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PAINFUL ACCIDENT.. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 February 1925

PAINFUL ACCIDENT.. Mr. J. H. Cartwriglit, of ilianga, met with a painful-accident on-Sun day through getting his foot caught in the spokes of a motor cycle wheel: driven by his brother. The foot was badly lacerated, chiefly round the an kle. The sufferer was removed to Crookwell for medical attention and a number of stitches were inserted in the wound, which continued very; painful Tor some time following, the. - accident.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIVE HUNDRED. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 February 1925

FIVE HUNDRED. The championship was again ill diS: pute a few nights ago when the lidld ers, George Croke aiul Mat Toole; lost by 3 games ta 2 to FredMarmont and A. J. Boys, three games straight, but the contest was keen . and; exfituig. Two more challenges are yet 'to be decided.. , ... v.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RIGHT OF BOOTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 February 1925

RIGHT OF BOOTHS. On' behalf of the Crookwell' A,, P. and H. Society, Messrs. O. H. Furuer & Co." submitted at auction 011 Satur day: last the right to conduct booths —;publican's, luncheon and refresh ments—at the forthcoming Crookwell Show; also the lease of Showground for grazing purposes to the end of the present year.1 .• ,Tlie publican's booth was knocked down to A. AV. Oldflelcl (Captain's Flat) for JE6S. E. Cblemanl was the successful bidder for the refreshment stall at £ C' .and the public-^ luncheon booth, .£13 10/. - S. Davy secured the grazing; lease for £15. - ' ,

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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H. SUTCLIFFE ESTABLISHES A TEST RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 February 1925

SUTCLIFFE ESTABLISHES A TEST RECORD. By compiling 143 in the Jast test, the Yorksliireman, H. Sutcliffe, made his fourth century in the series, that is, four centuries in four matches. This was never done before by any man. Moreover, his aggregate of 712 is the biggest 011 record in a series of tests between England and Aus tralia. and Sutcliffe has more to come. His scores are: 59, 115, 176, 127. 33. 59, 14S. Mr. D. A. Hearne, auctioneer, ;Big ga, will conduct an auction sale' of sheep and cattle at the Bigga sale yards 011 Wednesday next, 25tli inst. 1000 sheep and 100 head of cattle will be yardeci. See advertisement for full particulars.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOOL REPORT Schute. Bell & Co., Ltd., report under date 13th February:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 February 1925

WOOL REPORT Scliute. Bell & Co., Ltd., report un der date 13th February:— AVliereiii lies the basic reason for the existing state of the wool mar ket? Most of us felt that December prices were dangerously high, though then it certainly seemed as if the then current prices would be approximate ly maintained for the rest of the sea son. If, as now seems evident, they .were dangerously high, what were the factors that made far-seeing man ufacturers 011 the other side so greedy to secure all available offerings at unprecedented prices Even if prices were then too high, it does appear that the reaction has been too sud den and too marked. True it "is that the raw material' rendered profitable manufacture impossible, but other .consuming centres were not com plaining similarly. "Prior to Christmas, exchange difll eutties were the darkest cloud on the horizon. To-day, exchange is steadily -tending towards normal, financial conditions in tlie main cousuming centres 4 are not appreci...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Cricket Mems. (By Old Un.") FOURTH TEST MATCH. ENGLAND WINS BY AN INNINGS AND 29 RUNS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 February 1925

Cricket Hems. (By -.''bid: 'Un.") , FOURTH TEST MATCH. ENGLAND WINS BY AN INNINGS - AND 29 RUNS. ' . -England put it all oyer Australia in the fourth test match. It wasn't that England's batting was brilliant throughout the innings, but that the fielding and bowling of Australia ap peared very moderate. Their batt ing, though the wicket was sticky and favoured the bowling, was of the tirod order. They do not seem to combine attack with defence. Taylor, however, can always be depended upon to brighten up the batting and make the bowling look less difficult. • If Australia could produce more batsmen of Taylor's dash, the Eng lish bowling would perhaps crumble badly. Australia's fielding, which was very ordinary in Sydney, has fallen off each match, and the fielding in the last test match was, to say .the least, rotten, with the exception of Bards ley, who. fielded splendidly. Andrews was brilliant at times. Taylor's re turns were smart. Ponsford very good on Monday, bad on Saturday. T...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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TENNIS. ROSLYN v CROOKWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 February 1925

TENNIS. ROSLYN v CROOKWELL. Sis gents, and two ladies from. Ros lyn Club visited Crookwell last week end and played a match against the Crookwell .. Club, which ' resulted as follows:— _ - "" ■ . Roslyn. .. Crookwell. Storrier aiid Wilkinson v. Sheridan, ; and Lavei'ty, 6-8, 2-6. . ' Storrier and Wilkinson v. Baxter and Parker, "1-6, -1-6. Storrier and Wilkinson : v. Hail and 0^ B. McDonald, 1-6, 6-8. : Rolpli and Maclnnes v;-Parker and ■ Baxter, 1-6, 0-6. ; Rolpli and Maclnnes v Sheridan and . Liivert.v, 8-6, 3-6;/ Rolpli and Maclnnes v. Hall and Mc Donald, 6-4; : Lowe and Rabjoluis v. Hall and Mc Donald, 6-2, 4-6.. ; ■ Lowe and Rabjolins v Parker and Bax : ter, 1-6, 2-6. ' Lowe* and Rabjolins v. Sheridan and X<ayerty,-.6-3; 2-6. Mrs. Storrier and : Mrs. IClein v. Mrs. Levy and Miss. Campbell, 5-7, 6-3.' Mrs. Storrier and Mrs. Klein v. Mrs. Levy and Miss Campbell, 6-3, 1-6, 6-8. Rolpli and Mrs. Klein v. Sheridan and .Miss^Canipbell, 2-6. Maclnnes and Mrs. Storrier v. Lav...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 February 1925

caaatKt-f ^ de L OUDMORE, Manlier. CHAS. HOPE, Asst. Manager. 0O1D8BROUGH, fflORT°& GO. Ltd., SYDM WOOL & PRODUCE BROKERS, FAT STOCK SALESMEN STOCK & STATION AGENTS LIBERAL ADVANCES HIGHEST PRICES AND PROMPT RETURNS Write far WAYBILLS, LABELS and MARKET REPORTS.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 February 1925

PERSONAL. Miss Lily Quinn, %vlio lias been oil the teaching staff of the Taralga pub lic school for the past four years, lias been transferred to Murrumburrah public school. Miss Quinn, up to the time o£ liar departure, was secretary of the' School of Arts, and during her two years' term that institution made wonderful progress. As an organiser and collector, Miss Quinn , lias' few equals. Her bright personality and persistent manner in variably meets with ready response. The wonderful success which she achieved in connection with the Band Queen Competition as a collector and organiser materially helped to swell the Band funds. ^ Efforts are being made by the dif ferent public bodies in Taralga to suitably recognise Miss Quinn's ser vices. The hon. secretaries, Messrs. Alex Milne and C. P. Goodhew, will be pleased to receive donations. Ow ing to the short notice of Miss Quinns removal, it was found, we understand, impossible to move earlier in the matter. * * * ■ Miss Elam, of Sydne...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Correspondence. BANNABY-BULLIO ROAD. Messrs. Chalker Bros. write:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 February 1925

Correspondence. BANNABY-BULLIO ROAD. Messrs. CUuIker .Bros, write Some time ago the Mulwaree Shire Council, as a result of - overtures made, promised to repair the road between Banuaby and Bullio, which at that ' time was in a bad state. Months have elapsed and this length of road still remains unattended to, much to the annoyance and discomfort of the residents who are compelled to .use it. ' ■. . - •• ; This certainly Reflects discredit on ' uur Shire Council, more particularly on the local councillors who repre sent the residents in this 'particular locality. We will accept- no apolog ies from them'lor their lieRilKenc-G and «'e may say-right here that w^j are echoing .the sentiments'-of our.nuigh bors. .. .. .. ■ ■ The councillors, referred t." live in the district and know without cur IDH ing them what a damnable condition this road is , in at the .presort time. New cars have, been purchased re cently by several residents, including ourselves, and it is positively danger ous to...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 February 1925

Progress Association. The annual general meeting o£ the above was held in Mr. C. S. .Brad bury's office on the 12th inst, Mr. C. McDonetl. presiding over a good ati.enrt ance of members and intending mem hers. The report and balance sheet wss read by the lion, secretary and trocn urer, Mr. E. Lee. • The report gave a review of i ii: work transacted by the associaiio i, abl ysupported by Mr. Mark More u M.L.A., member for the district, dur ing the past term, which is as foll ows:— New schools opened at Yorkborougli and Bnllio; school re-opened at Yal braith; definite promise from the Minister regarding his intention to in stal the electric light in the Caves and to increase the accommodation at the Caves House; the Curraweela Mount Defiance telephone extension and tlie Bannaby-Bogaduck telephone extension are to be built; a telephone to Yorkborough was also obtained; during the present financial year im provements to Orchard and Church Street were also carried out by the Mulwaree Shi...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BANNABY. (From a Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 February 1925

\ BANNABY. j . (From a Correspondent). .Air. A. B. Pearce. of AVoorague, was judge in the horse section at the Mo ruya Show which,was held last week. He * motored through, returning on Thursday. Mr. Phil. Stephenson', of Middle Station, has returned home after spen ding a liappy weeks' holiday in Syd ney. The Mulwaree Shire Council was recently congratulated .by Mr. Oakes When at Taralga a few weeks' ago on the very fine roads it possessed. One thing is certain,, that' the Minis tor did-not travel over the road from Hannaby. to Bnllio, or perhaps he " would have been less generous with his bouquets. There is perhaps no .other-"..road within the Mulwaree .Shire that requires more urgent«.at tenlion," and it would perhaps be as well if the Shire Engineer drove over tliis road in his car in the near fut ure and see for himself what the resi dents have to endure. "What has be come of our representatives in the Shire Council? They, too, might also visit the locality.

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ARTIFICIAL GRASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 February 1925

ARTIFICIAL GRASSES. Mr. Charles Stewart, ot Bombala, lias grown on his" farm at Catheart ill is season some splendid samples of "artificial grasses. . Perennial. red clo ver, rye grass, - cocksfoot, and Ken tucky blue, have made fine growth. Mr; Stewart Has a 50 acre paddock full of artificial grasses. The Ken tucky blue has reached a height of four feet. ■ ■ -

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The Taralga [?]cbo. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1925. LOCAL and GENERAL. MANNING RIVER CO-OPERATIVE DAIRY COY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 February 1925

®k Ssmttp felto. | _1 " I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1.025. LOCAL and GENERAL. MANNING RIVER CO-OPERATIVE DAIRY COY. Vol' December the above company manufactured 2751 tons of butter and for January 2G3V tons. The supply is diminishing each weelt.: .the factory having reached its top in December.

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Crookwell Swimming Carnival TO-DAY (SATURDAY) [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 February 1925

Crookwell Swimming Carnival TO-DAY (SATURDAY) ' The following handicaps have been declared in connection with ilie SVi'immiDg. Carnival :o'be held at the " JJisj Hole," Crookwell, to-day (Saturday). ■ v;? y JUNIOR HANDICAP, 25 YARDS (INTER CLUB). Trophy valued 10/G, donated by.A. J. Clifton, Esq. _ First and. Second to swim in final. . ' ~ First Heat. W. 1 luirkettle (C), 3secs. (yellow) Go at Go J._ Cooper (-T), 3secs. (sky blue) - „ ,. Go T. Kennedy (C),' 2secs. (royal, blue) - „ • „ 1. II. G. Grove (C), lsec. (red)^ / -i* Ben Brownlow (C), scr. (black) . 3 " Second Heat. * \ J. Croke (T), Ssecs*. (yellow) . . f Go.at-Go; T. Mooney (T), 3secs. (sky hlue) „ „ Go G. Ward (T), 3secs. (royal blue). . . „ „ Go. W. Carmichael (C), 2secB. (red) .. • „ „ 1 Dan Berrell (C). lsec. (black) .^. .. ., , 2, Ii. Williams (C), scr. (white) : .. ,, .. „ 3, INTER-CLUB HANDICAP, 50 YARDS. Trophy valued £1 1/, donated by C. G. Har . vey, Esq First to swim in final. First Heat. -■ M. Thurkettle (C), 2...

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TARALGA BUTTER FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 February 1925

TARALGA BUTTER FACTORY. ' The output for the month of Janu ary wis 39,S74 lbs. of .butter. Prices: 1/ choice, 11(1. first. Oil. export parity.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 February 1925

K RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO T> RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO Xl;. |! ARE YOU ON THE AIR LINE? If cctc cctc || Broadcasted Radio Waves are flashed through | I 22 your homes each day. Receive them through 2° <</ " A RADIOLA. << II It, will make life a greater joy. Made by . | | oo The Amalgamated Wireless (Aiis- 02 §§ fralasia) Ltd. Demonstrations Given. §<. ^ H. W. PINKEIITON,^ si AGENT, CROOKAVELL. 'to <</ • << ococ cctc fy RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO T> RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO J£L Bigga Stock Sales. WEDNES., FEB. 25th D. A. HEABNE WILL Sell by Auction, at the BIGGA SALE YARDS, on WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25th, at 2 p.m. sharp: 1,000 SHEEP DIRECT FROM THE BREEDERS Including— • 300 EWES, 0 and 8 tooth, a/c Win. Pagett, Esq. 150 SOUND MOUTH EWES, a/c F. Hearne, Esq. 250 WETHERS,' 4 year old, fat, a/c G. Picker, ...

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WHO WOULD BE WITHOUT A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 February 1925

WHO WOULD BE WITHOUT A j . HORSE. J —— I At a farm clearing sale at Gedgen- j bung, a draught horse, together with collar and winkers, was sold for 1/6, J

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 February 1925

J. M. PEDL.EY & SON, PRACTICAL TAILORS, CROOK WELL. , WORKMANSUTP AND FLT G UA U ANTKKIJ.. Visit Taralga Regularly Every Sale Day. " ATTliN DANOli WITH FULL UANGH OF PATTERNS IN SEASONABLE SUITINGS AT MUDIE'S HOTEL, TARALGA. M. S. VILES McMURTRlE'S BOOTS. T HAVE .a flue lot of these Boots now on hand at very Reasonable Prices. LARGE AND FRESH STOCKS OF GROCERIES. . PRICES RIGHT. Proved to Ijq the Cheapest All Round ALL DRAPERY AT SYDNEY PRICES INSURANCE.—Don't Forget to In sure your Crops and House and Furniture through Mo. MONTE S. VILES, T ARALGA. ON SALE — Referee "Wednesday, Arrow Friday, Sunday Times, Monday./ LOCAL AGENTS— COMINO BROS., Telephone 2fi. • TARALGA. H. A. BARRACLOUGH LTD., Opticians, 385 George Sfc, Sydney, NEXT VISIT Taralga on Thursday, 5tli March, from 1) a.m. to 3 ii.in. at the Argyle Hotel," Taralga. ' - The Arm lias visited this town regu larly £or 30 years. Printed and Published by Robert •John Winning,- o£ "TaraijalU," Marsdeu-stroet, Crookwell, fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 February 1925

W. J. JEFFERY, yySTRICT Representative Angus . and Coote, Jewellers, Opticians. Also Standard Publishing Coy. All their latest -works, including Encyclo paedia Uritannica, Modern Doctor, Vctenary Adviser, Business Encyclo paedia, History of the war, Arabian Nights, Famous Composers, Auto mobile Engineering, Automobine Ig nition, etc., Modern Machine Shop, Practice Motor Cars. Power of Will Culture ot Courage, Power tor success. Book lovers are given a hearty wel come. NOTICE. Taralga - Goulburn DAILY MOTOR SERVICE TIME-TABLE: Cars Leave Mudie's Hotel, Taralga, 10.30 a.m. Cars Leave Grand Central Hotel," Goulburn,. 4 p.m. FARE: 10/- EACH WAY. H. S. ISAAC. rpARALGA.—Argyle Hotel Stables. x A. A. CUNNINGHAM (late oC the Grand Central Hotel, Goulburn! is uowrin charge "of the above stables. Horses and Parcels will receive careful attention. . Feed, 1/6; Staud in, Gd*

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