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Non-Paying Country Lines. SOME FACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 November 1924

Non-Paying Country Lines. SOME FACTS. The non-paying country railway lines found a champion in Mr. Drum moncl, M.L.A. (Northern Tablelands). "The near-in paying lines are prof itable because the other lines are feeders for them. I have not seen," he said, "any waving fields in George street or Balmain, but the wheat des patched from Darling Harbour—202, 808 bags in 1923-24—came over non paying country lines to the city. 642. 044 hales of wool were received at Darliug Harbour and 6044 were cut out. That is how Darling Harbour earned a revenue of £1,576,760.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ERRATUM. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 November 1924

ERRATUM. The "Taralga Echo" circulates ex tensively throughout the Golspie dis trict. Inadvertently Golspie was om itted from the list of centres under ; the headline wherein the "Echo" is distributed. . ,

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MELBOURNE CUP. BACKWOOD WINS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 November 1924

THE MELBOURNE CUP. BACKWOOD WINS. The Melbourne Cup was rnrt on Tues day in the presence of a record at tendance of spectators and in fine weather. The much fancied Stand By is said to have met with a mishap in the morning and was reported an unlike ly st.arter. He did start, however, and ran a great race, being beaten only by a small margin by'Backwood, with Spearfelt (who started favour ite at 9 to 4) third. Results:— BACKWOOD (Baillieu, W. Clark- . and A. Hughes's) b It, 6yr„ Bachelor's Double—Lady of Grace, 8.2 (P. Brown) ...... 1 STAND BY (T. S. Ryder's) bk h, 4yr„ Lanius—Comedietta, 8.8 (R. Lewis) 2 SPEARFELT (D. C. Kamesburgh * and V. O'Neill's) b c, 3yr., Spearhead—Lady ' Champion, 7.G (E. O'Sullivan) 3 Betting: 0 to 4 Spearfelt, 4 to X Lily pond, 7 to 1 Back wood, 10 to 1 Stand By, San Antonio, 14 to 1 Ac carak, IB to 1 Our Prince, 20 to 1 Brown Rajah, 2G to 1 Stare, Drongo, Francos Tressady, Wallaraek, Gun gool, 33 to 1 Royal Charter, Feather nest, The Rover, Wynette. Time...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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(Published by Arrangement.) "FLAGRANTLY VIOLATED." In Howe's Monthly, published in Kansas, this conductor, E. W. Howe, writes:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 November 1924

(Published by Arrangement.) "FLAGRANTLY VIOLATED." In- Howels Monthly, published in Kansas, tfflfeconductor, E. W. Howe, writes:—4hsS!. . . "As a temperance man and-prohi bitionist, I say that the desire to vi olate the proliibitoi'y law is'the most universal thing I have ever noted in the United States. "This nation is almost being bank rupted to. prevent the sale of beer, which in other countries.is looked up on as harmless. But in' spite of this . great expenditure of money, the pro hibitory law is flagrantly violated; and it is notorious that enforcement officials. assist in the violations. "Must we Americans forever live under prohibition, if it turns out to be' a bad temperance, measure? If we find, by' experience, prohibition is hot a-good temperance measure, , iwould it not be better to- try some I thing else?"

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 November 1924

ACCt DENTS. Mr. A. B., Pearce, of Wooragee, Bannaby, met with an accident duHng the week. Whilst riding his horse Cell, causing an. injury to the leg. llr. Pearce, who is' treasurer of the Taralga A.. P. and H. Association, owing to his unfortunate accident, was unable to be present at Wednes day's meeting of the Association. . 'Vyednesday night last was particu larly' dark, which was responsible for an accident that hefel Mr. W. El liott, junr., when returning from the A., P. and H. Association meeting. Mr. Elliott tripped over a culvert re . suiting in injuries to his collarbone.

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RACING. CROOKWELL A., P. & H. SOCIETY MEETING. PLAIN BILL AND WONGANELL CATCH DOUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 November 1924

RACING. CROOKWELL A., P. & H, SOCIETY MEETING. PLAIN BILL AND WONGANELL CATCH DOUBLES. Indifferent weather greeted the Committee of the Crookwell A., P. and H. Society for their race fixture on Saturday last. The committee was unfortunate in another respect— few horses seem to be about the dis trict in training, consequently the nominations were very light. The big event, the Show Handicap, allured only two starters, Plain Bill and Magic Square, both from the same stable. There were only three runners in the Publican's Purse of £12. Tlie minor events were ratherv well supported. The gate takings, £28, considering all the surrounding disabilities the committee had to contend agaipst, may he viewed as satisfactory. Mr. Fahey, of Laggan, conducted the publican's booth, and the refresh ment stall was in the hands of Mr. Golemaii, Crookwell. PUBLICANS' PURSE, of £12; sec ond horse £2 from stake. 5 fur. Mrs. J. Chalker's PLAIN BILL, 9.12 (Wallis) • 1 W. D. Wood's Gf utility, 8.0 (...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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SHOW FIXTURES.. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 November 1924

SHOW FiXTURES. . Lismore Nov. IS, 19, 20. Albion Park .... .... .. .Tan. 9, 10. Dapto .... .. .... .. .. Jan. 16, 17. Kiama .. ? . .. Jan. 24, 26. Wollongong .... .. .. Jan. 29, 30, 31. Tahmoor and Couridjah . .Feb. 13, 14. Guyra . . . . .. .. .. Feb. 17, 18, 19. Blaolctown .' .... Feb. 27, 28. Manning River .. .. March 4, 5, 6. Berrima March 5, 6, 7. Mudgee March 10, 11, 12. Groolwell .. .... . . .March 19, 20, 21. Cooma March 25 26. R. A. S. of N.S.W. .. .. April 6 to IB. Gloucester .: .. .. .. April' 22, 23. Printed and Published by Robert .Tolin AVinningi of ; "Taranaki," Mai-sden-street, Crookwell, for the Proprietors, R. ,J. Winning & Son..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 November 1924

STOP IT NOW. If you have a pain in your back, i£ 1 you liave a lame back, or an aching back, stop it now. For remember that backache is indicative o£ kidney disorder. It is a spy placed there by Nature to warn you that your kidneys need help.- Don't neglect the warn ing; stop it now, for it may be too | late if you put it off. You ask how to stop it? -.Well let this woman :t'ell you.: • Mrs. M. Bobbin, Cowper-strefet, : Crookwell, says: "For some time my . health was far from good, due to the i fact that my-kidneys were very dis ordered. I'lcnew this to be the case j as I . had aching pains in my back, ( Was always tired, and could not sleep S properly. I was also subject to dizzy i attacks. - The 'backache was very trying and I could hardly move .with out suffering and if I stooped, it was impossible for me to stand up straight again without help. A friend advis ed me to try Doan's Backache Kid ney Pills, so I 'bought some at once, | and by the time I had used a coup ; le of bottle...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 November 1924

MIWIIBilJtmMWB^IWMIIiliil IblUL I a 60LD8BR01IGH, MORTl CO. Ltd., SYDNEY; WOOL & PRODUCE BROKERS, FAT STOCK SALESMEN STOCK & STATION AGENTS LIBERAL ADVANCES' .\ HIGHEST PRICES AND PROMPT RETURNS Write for WAYBILLS. LABELS and MARKET REPORTS. kK- de L. OUDMORE, Manager. CHAS. HOPE, Asst. Manager. roe Broadcasting Information TN keeping with the Progressive Spirit of 'this Inventive Age, PITT, A SON & BADGERY'S (LTD.), STOCK AND WOOL MARKET'RE PORTS, giving latest information, are being sent* out daily by BROAD CASTERS, LTD. These speedy reports are often of SPECIAL VALUE to the MAN ON THE LAND, and everyone equipped with a Receiving Set should take advantage of khe Service afforded and regularly ..Tune in. to Broad casters, Ltd., Call-2BL. PITT, SOI Si BADGERY, LTB. SHEEP, CATTLE, WOOL, PRODUCE, PIG & CALF SALESMEN,~ SYDNEY S. A. BURNS, TIMBER MERCHANTS & BUILDERS' SUPPLIERS, Verner Street - GOULBURN. Telephone 412. WHAT THIS BANK DOES SAVINGS ...

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WHERE THE MONEY IS GOING! ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE OF THE GOVT. OF N.S.W. FOR THE YEAR ENDING 30th JUNE, 1925. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 November 1924

WHERE THE MONEY IS GOING! ESTIMATES OF EXPENDITURE OF THE GOVT. OF N.S.W. FOR THE YEAR ENDING 30th JUNE, 1925. ; Special appropriations—executive and legislative exes., corpora- • tions, etc .. .. 10,104,782;. Special appropriations—in reduction of public, debt . .. .. ... 350,000; Schedules in the Constitution Act .. .. .94,478* Executive and Legislative 39,659| Premier .' .. .. ... .. .. ... ...... 65,485i Colonial Secretary and Minister for Public Health .. . . . . . . 2,673,694; Treasurer . ^ ... .... ...... 2,006,125: Railways .. •• • •••:.•• v- 14,496,659 Attorney-General and Justice—" ' Attorney-General . . ....... 117,960 Minister for Justice ..^v. ..Tv .. • • • - 521,321 Secretary for Lands and Minister for Tourists v. 563,14G Minister for Public "Works .. .. 1',388,621 Public Instruction . ; .... v: ..... •> 4,177,785 Labour and Industry .. .. .. .. 102,240 Secretary for Mines and Minister, for.'Local Govt.— Secretary for Mines .. .. .. .. .. .. .. •• •. 95,632 Minister...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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HERE and THERE [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 November 1924

| HERE and THERE J If you have anything to sell or something you desifetobuy, usethe advertising columns oi your own iu cal newspaper, "The ^,rj^fa'UlfoUg}l. It enjoys a large circulation tlirougn out the district. * * * * * * Tliriftv housewives would be well ' advised to consult the advertising columns of the "Taralga Echo tor bargains offered. ^ A strong appeal was made at the mpptine of the Taralga A., P. ami ti. Association on Wednesday night for increased membership. It « sur nrising the apathy that exists uy many district residents ln re^' the activities of the A., P. and Association. * * * ■p„w better or more i'ar-reacliing avenues of advertising the distric exist than through the ™edl^ ?d£ *ht| A p and H. Association. Residents do not seem to fully value this ag ency. • * * * Mr. Garry McDonnell was delight fully reminiscent in speaking o incidence of the banker's arrival in Taratea at the send-off accorded to Mr. Benson 011 Saturday nisht las • "He summed up his opinion of...

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Mr. Mark Morton, M.L.A., Hits Out. COUNTRY AND CITY INTERESTS.. PROGRESS OF THE ROSLYN-TARALGA RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 November 1924

Mr. Mark Morton, M.L.A^, Hits Out. COUNTRY AND CITY INTERESTS. . PROGRESS OF THE ROSLYN-TARALGA RAILWAY. I In the Legislative Assembly, our member, Mr. Mark Morton, urges, arftorigst other things, the immediate completion ot the Ros lyn-Taralga_ construction work. Mr. Mark Morton (Wollondilly), addressing the Houe, said: I think the Government can take a good deal of blame to itself for so acting late ly as to allow the Federal Govern ment to dictate to us how much loan money- we should have. The credit of New South Wales has been good enough before, anfl will be good enough in the future to enable it to float its own loans. If the Minister for Local Government spoke for Min isters generally when he offered his statement in regard to that matter it. is problematical what the future will bring us when now we find our selves short of money and have to put up with estimates of the kind nQW before us. What will happen when we should have £3,000,000 or £4.000, 000 more? It seems to be a ...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 November 1924

1 RESCH'S I AUSTRALIAN | XXX Ale. (Draught) 1 I i LAGER 'f PILSENER I 1 DINNER ALE SELECT STOCK ALE KBJ EOS ESJ Ka jssa csa B5B 533 ESS E63 taa Obtainable in bottles from all Hotels RESCH'S Ales, Lagers, & Stout are brewed by Australians for Australians gg AND STAND EASILY FIRST |§ - REDFERN, SYDNEY j§ KE3 Kffil U?H ESS ESS BUI MSA § BREWERY ra lillEilSIIiSiieillOglieilSliiillliOlillillilllll BROADCASTING Big Bonuses " LISTEN - IN " TO THIS! Collect and return to your Storekeeper 6 x5 lb.; 30 x 1 lb.; or 60 x Yz lb A.B.C. TEA Bonus End Coupons and he will give you either 51- IN CASH, of supply you with goods to that amount. OH, should you prefer to return them direct to us, clearly mark your name and address, and we will forward by return a High-Grade Aluminium Teapot. For the Tea now in circulation without Bonus Coupons attached, we will accept the end of packet which has either 1 lb. of Vz lb. printed thefeon. START SAVING NOW and benefit by our very generous offer.

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CAR-TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 November 1924

* CAR-TIME. It's car-time when the autumn woods, With flags of red and gold, Are signalling the swift approach Of biBng frost and cold. What joy beneath the branches then To smoothly. speed algng, And feel the bracing breezes blow, And hear the Ford's sweet song. It's car-time when the roses don Their dresses, white and pink,. And busy gardn'tools a tale Of slips and seedlings clink. 'Tis endless pleasure then to see ■ /The ' moving-pictures green Of field1 and forest reeling off ■ Before a Ford machine. „ But. oh! the car:time of the year, , The time of times to me, Is summer-time'the carnival • Of blossoms, bird and bee. i\ly sceptre is the •steering-wheel, My throne the chauffeur's seat, .And every day my auto, finds • A kingdom new and sweet. A' little lunch of sandwiches, •• ■* And olives, fruit and cake, Jleneath a wayside oak or elm A royal lunchon make. Then off again with horn that wakes The echoes far and near— But lo! to him-that owns a Ford ■ It's car-time all the year. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 November 1924

FOR SALE TpOUR FOX TERRIER PUPS (Well bred). 7/6 each. Apply to GARRY McDONELL, Taralga. TARALGA WHO WEST PICTURES (Management, H. Bensloy) Saturday, November 8th, " Soul of the Beast" (MADGE BELLAMY) Sinking H.M.S. Australia Arrival of Special Squadron "Step this Way" (COMEDY) "Idle Class" (CHARLIE CHAPLIN) Come and See Charlie

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Correspondence. Truly Australian.—Objects of Progressive. Party.—Why Electors Should Support Them. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 November 1924

Correspondence. [it must be. clearly understood tliat we do not- necessarily ^endorse the V . views o£ correspondents expressed hereunder.—Editor, "Echo.-" Truly- Australian.—Objects of P.ro ■ _ gressive . Party.—Why , Electors Should Support Them. ■ (BY' M. DIXON.) The; .exhibition of , Austrlian-made goods,'which is at present going the rounds in New, South.Wales, teaches ■ two valuable lessons, viz.: Firstly, • that the manufacturers recognise that .country people recognise that country people have a right to know the scope and value of-the goods they are asked to give preference; and- secondly, that the industries to produce those goods and many other varieties will soon be dotted through out rural New South Wales if the Progressive Party has its way. There is. nothing visionary about the methods advocated by the.-latter to make Australia prosperous and a self-reliant nation. They are not so foolish as to believe that a mir acle can be wrought by words; that promise is the same ...

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Wool Markets. POSITION IMPROVED. The Secretary, Farmers & Graziers' Co-op. Co reports:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 November 1924

Wool Markets. POSITION IMPROVED. The Secretary, Farmers & Graz iers' Co-op. Co reports:— During October wool values, ex cept for parcels of fine spinning qual ity, have not (except in' rare instan ces) been up to September rates. Considerable diversity o£ opinion ex ists as to whether the drop in values for certain descriptions Is attributable entirely to finance, a reaction in overseas prices, or, in a certain measure, to both circumstances. We, however, are of the opin ion that the shortage of cred it has been chiefly responsible for the neglect by buyers of more or less broad-liaired wools, and particularly those carrying liurr and a consider able measure of dust. Clips showing fine spinning qual ity have commanded extremely keen competition and realised figures quite in keeping with the extreme rates forthcoming at the opening sales of the season. All other par els, however, particularly those of doubtful yield and of carbonising na ture. have been difficult of sale, and...

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Commercial. STOCK REPORT. GOULBURN SPECIAL SALE. TUESDAY, 28th OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 November 1924

Commercial. STOCK .REPORT; GOULBURN SPECIAL SALE. TUESDAYS 28tU OCTOBER.« W. H. Wheatley report having yard ed 1000 head of cattle and 9000 sheep to a gaod attendance of buyers from Rive'rina, Murray arid local districts. Cattle.—The whole ■ yarding with the exception o£ 16 head was dispos ed of at prices tliatshowed an ad vance compared with previous' sales, all descriptions meeting with keen competition. Sales included — ,119 Hereford- bullocks, fair condi tion,'good quality, 4 and 5 yrs.. at "' £7/2/-; 40 steers, 3 yrs., at £5/4/-; 50 steers, 2J and 3 yrs., at £.4/lG/-; 26 bullocks, 3 and 4 yrs., at £5/9/-; 100 steers, 2 and 3 yrs., from £4/9/ 'to £5/19/-; 125 Hereford bullocks, 3 yrs., tjiir condition, good quality, at £5/10/-; 51 heifers, 2'and 3 yrs, at £3; 40 heifers, 3 yrs., at £3/14/; 40 heifers, 2 arid 3 yrs., at £3/2/-; 24 yearling steers, at £2/7/-. . • .At above, price we sold drafts on account of -Messrs:.' P.. C. Bell, Jas. P. Maslin, P. Gallager, W. G. "Watson, Clias...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 November 1924

SEND YOUR & SKINS, to o fQ|TD 44BRIDGES? &L L. .SYDNEY ' The Firm That Thinks Rightly And Acts Rightly By Its Constituents. Personal Attention ®To Every Lot.

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TARALGA ECHO. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 8 November 1924

TARALGA ECHO. The proprietors reserve to them selves the right of omitting advertise ments received and paid for in the usual course of business if they ap pear to he objectionable. While ©very care is taken, no responsibility is in curred for the non-insertion of adver tisements through accident or other wise. All advertisements charged to ac count must have the number o£ inser tions clearly marked on the face, also space required, otherwise they will be displayed at our own discretion and treated us "till countermanded" orders and charged accordingly. Advertising Rates:—Casual 3/ per inch single column; contracts by ar rangement for a period of not less than one quarter (13 insertions). Subscribers and advertisers in the country may remit payment by cheques, postal notes, or monjpy orders. Remittance should accompany orders, except in cases where persons are per sonally known to us. Advertisements will be received through the telephone only in urgent cases, and the proprietors do ...

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