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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 March 1925

FOR ALL YOUR JOB PRINTING The "Echo" Offers The Best Service. LET' US GIVE YOU A QUOTE. R. J. WINNING & SON, Proprietors. 'Tel. 72. Crookwell. ON SALE — Referee Wednesday, Arrow Friday, Sunday Times, Monday. LOCAL AGENTS— COMINO BEOS., Telephone 26. TARALGA,

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Crookwell, A., P., and H. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 March 1925

Crookwell, A., P., and H. Society. There is every promise that the Show fixture for 1925 will establish a record. The season has been fav ourable for all sections with one ex ception, viz., fruit. . The apple crop in the district suffered very much from au over abundance of rain and .although the fruit is eatable, for show purposes it lacks color and for mation. The horse section this year is particularly ^frong and likewise the cattle and sheep.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 March 1925

Crookwell &District Soldiers' Memorial. Park Entrance Gates CONTAINING THE INSCRIBED NAMES OF ALL THOSE WITH IN THE SHIRE OF CROOKWELL WHO ENLISTED IN THE GREAT > WAR. Unveiling Ceremony Friday Night, March 20 (CROOKWELL SHOW NIGHT) At 7.3D O'clock. IJIHE UNVEILING CEREMONY WILL BE PERFORMED BY SIR GEORGE FULLER, K.C.M.G, PREMIER OF NEW SOUTH WALES. A CORDIAL INVITATION TO ATTEND IS. EXTENDED TO , EVERY RESIDENT OF THE CROOKWELL SHIRE BY THE COMMITTEE. A GUARD OF HONOUR COMPOSED OF RETURNED SOL DIERS, UNDER MAJOR TWYNAM, WILL FIRE A SALUTE AND ■THE "LAST POST" WILL BE SOUNDED BY THE BUGLER. The Committee HoPes to See a Big At tendance. On behalf of the Crookwell and District Soldiers Memorial. Committee; ^ ; W. MORETON McDONALD, ' President. ' It. J. WINNING, " ■ ' Hon. Organiser.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 March 1925

and all akin - disease or injury you :an depend upon Zam-Huk« It'« realty astonishing how swiftly aod surely it banishes pain and eoroucsa and grows new healthy skiu. Zam-Qnk is a puro antiseptic herbal balm possoHmugavcry definite ai»tl important action on tho elcln. In its charaoterand medicinal power it is altogether different from fatty ointmcnta aud common AHeJUmiiii •ski titrttt

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LOCAL RACING AND TROTTING CALENDAR. A.R.C. RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 March 1925

-LOCAL RACING AND TROTTING CALENDAR. a A.R.C. RULES. Buugendore .. 17th March.] Burraga ;. .. .'. .. 17tli March. Peelwood .. .. .. ... .. 27th March. | Golspie 4th April. Richlands .. .. Uth and 13th April. Laggan .. .. .. .. .. ...18th April. ■ TROTTING MEETINGS. Crookwell 14th March.

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Goulburn Swimming Carnival. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 March 1925

Goulburn Swimming Carnival. There was a phenomenal attendance at the Goulburn swimming carnival held at the local Municipal Baths on Saturday night last under the auspices of the Southern District Swimming Association. The various events- were well con tested. Members of Turalga Swimm ing Club captured a number of events including the 50 yards Inter-club han dicap; 50 yards junior championship of southern districts; and the 50 yards brace relay race. Mr. Jim Moloney, the swimming en thusiast of Taralgu, should feel proud of his conquests, on Saturday night last. His coaching is mainly respon slble for the success achieved by the Taralga team. Sam Kahanamoku won the 220 yds championship of New South Wales, beating O. Griffiths, of Sydney. The time recorded was 2 minutes 37 sec onds.

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Crookwell and District Soldiers' Memorial. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 March 1925

Crookwell and District Soldiers' Memorial. The memorial gates, with the in-   scribed names of those who enlisted   from the whole of the Crookwell Shire will be officially unveiled by Sir George Fuller, K.C.M.G., Premier of New South Wales, on Friday night, March 20th, at 7,30 o'clock. Arrangements have been made for the location, at the Crookwell Park en- trance, to be illuminated by electric light. The committee extend a cor- dial invitation to all residents of the Shire to be present.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 March 1925

Taralga Refreshment Rooms MEALS AT ALL HOURS. SMALL GOODS. TOBACCO, CIGARETTES AND CIGARS COMINO BROS., Telephone 26. TARALGA.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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SHOW FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 March 1925

SHOW FIXTURES. Crookwell ...... .. March 19, 20, 21. Cooma .. March 25 26. Goulburn .... March 26th, 27th, 28th. R. A. S. of N.S.W. .. . . April 6 to 15. Gloucester .... .. April 22, 23.

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The Turning Point. TIME TO REFORM PARLIAMENT. WHAT THE ELECTIONS CAN DO. (It must be clearly understood that the views expressed in the following article are not necessarily endorsed by this paper.) [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 March 1925

The Turning Point, IT' 9 TIME TO REFORM PARLIAMENT. WHAT THE ELECTIONS CAN DO. (It must bo clearly understood that the views expressed in the following article are not necessarily endorsed "by this paper.) •'.SI : (BY M. DIXON.) - Years ago wlieu the, Hon. W. • j\t. Hughes—then plain Billy—was issu ing* propaganda statements on. be half of Labor, he declared that if people tolerated a certain condition of affairs long enough it.' seemed quite proper to them that they should go on doing so. .'There was a great deal of truth in that statement, as many who have endeavoured to arouse enthusiasm on behalf of any new element in pol itics know to their cost. When a hardship is iirst'inflicted, or a privilege taken away, it hurts keenly, but once let tlie wound lieal, and many more similar injuries can be inflicted without arousing the same keen opposition. Few individuals realise this'better than members of Parliament, par ticularly those bound by strict party discipline, who are frequentl...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The [?] Echo. SATURDAY. MARCH 21, 1925. LOCAL and GENERAL. HOSPITAL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 March 1925

SATURDAY. MARCH 21, 1925. LOCAL and GENERAL. HOSPITAL CONCERT. The rfccent concert held at Taralga on behalf of the funds of the Goul burn Hospital was a great success. The organisation was most thorough.; and the committee pay a special -tri- '1 bute to the zeal and energy display ed by Mr. T. L. Fitzgibbon, who act cd as honorary secretary, and who was mainly responsible for the suc cess achieved.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 March 1925

J. M. PEDLEY <fc SON, PRACTICAL TAILORS, CROOK WELL. WORKMANSHIP AND PIT GUAR ANTK ED.' Visit Taralga Regularly Every Sale Day. ATTENDANCE: WITH FULL ItANQE OF PATTERNS IN SEASONABLE SUITINGS AT MUDIE'S HOTEL, TARALGA. WANTED KNOWN—Lady Betty Hats, 6/11 AT DALE'S. WANTED KNOWN—CHILDREN'S Nice Hats, 5/11 .. AT DALE'S. WANTED KNOWN—Boys' Trousers, 4 to 13, 2/11 .. AT DALE'S. WANTED KNOWN—Hod's Corsets at 4/11 pair .. .. AT DALE'S. WANTED KNOWN—Always on Top for Good Tailoring to Measure. 90/- AT DALE'S. WANTED KNOWN—Ladies' Patent One-bar Shoes, 12/11 AT DALE'S. Sales Friday, 3rd April At' 11 o'clock. W. H. Wheatley Will Sell by Auction AT THE CaODEWIiU VAKDS .On Above Date: 500 Mixed Sheep > ; ' ALSO 25 Head of Cattle Land Sale W. H. WHEATLEY CROOKWELL. HAS received instructions' from Mr. W. C. LYONS to Sell by Auction on MONDAY, 30th MARCH. At 3 p.m. At the Auctioneer's Office: FARM, situated at Cotta Walla, 4 miles from Crookwell. AREA—G67 Acres Freehold. BOUNDARIES n...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 March 1925

PERSONAL. Mr. Clsiude Cirosvenor, son of .Mr.- S. J. Crosvenor, o£ Taralga, who has been with Messrs. Hollis & Co. for the past two years, has left for Sydney,' where he will attend the University to complete his course in pharmacy.

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WATER SUPPLY. OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 March 1925

WATER SUPPLY. OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE. Mr. M. P. Morton, M.L.A., forwards the following communication received by him from Mr. T. B. Cooper, Under Secretary, Public Works Department, Sydney, in regard to the question of a water supply for Crookwell:— Dear Sir,—In reply to your inquiry o£ 3rd instant, I am directed by the Minister to inform you that Mr. Sup ervising Engineer Osborn last week visited^' Crookwell and conferred1 with the Shire Council on the question of the water supply. The Council de sire tlio Department to Investigate a scheme for a standpipe supply to provide water along Goulburn-street mainly for fire-fighting purposes. It is proposed to investigate this pro posal, taking water from springs sit uated on Wade's Hill,, Portion 9, Tit ena-road, about lh mile from the towu. Tlje necessary levels and in formatioil required will bo obtained shortly and an. estimate of the pro posal submitted to the Council.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CROOKWELL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 March 1925

CROOK WELL SHOW. The annual Show under the auspices of the Crookwell A., P., and H. So ciety opened on Thursday in ideal weather and continued yesterday. It is considered to be by far ihe best exhibition yet held by the So ciety and will be a re-oui breaker in many respects. ' , . A-full report will apoc;<r in our uext :• issue.

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Crookwell Trots. CUP TO COCOANUT AT 5 TO 1. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 March 1925

Grookwell Trots. CUP TO COCOANUT AT 5 TO 1. The trotting meeting under the auspices of the Crookwell Trotting Club, held at. the Crookwell course last Saturday, attracted a fair crowd, but the atendance was not nearly up to expectations. 1 What must be nearly a record for the club was established in entries, but nevertheless the fields in most events were small. 1 The new stipe., Mr. Wolsh'ire, was at the course for the first time, and. showed; a keen eye for defaulters. McKenzle (driving Aerial King in ■ the Trade and Farmers' Sulky Trot) was brought before him for boring Forest Patchen to the outer, and was awarded a three months' holiday. E. Naughton was fined £2 for looking, behind, and a lady driver was cau tioned for a similar breach of the rules. Results:— TRADE AND FARMERS'" SULKY TROT—1^ mile. E. Gillett's Listen In, scr .*. .'. .. 1 Os. Cummins'- Forest Patchen 50 yds bhd .. .. .... .. .;.. 2 Goodch'ild's Aerial King scr . . . 3 Others: Chatsbury and Huon Cleve. Betting: E...

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WEIGHT OF SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 March 1925

WEIGHT OF SHEEP. The committee ot the- Taralga St. Patrick's Day sports intimate that the sheep in connection with • the nveight finessing competition turned •■the scales at 1115 pounds.

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

o — —— ————O FOR ALL YOUR JOB I PRINTING I ■I' The "Echo" Offers I The Best Service. ! I | ' LET US GIVE I YOU A QUOTE. I I R. J. WINNING & SON, Proprietors. 'Tel. 72. Crookwell.

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

LADIES' GRAYTHWAITE BALL; COMMITTEE. A 'MEETING of the above will be held in the Federal Hall at 2.30 p.m. Off -WEDNESDAY Next, 25th ihBt. v . . E. TWYNAM, Major, " President: .. LOST. JgBTWEEN. Richlands and Taralga," Black Pup, white ring around neck.... 1 ... ' . • ' ' ■ . i. Finder kindly communicate with ' E. BLAY, Richlands. . LOST. JN the Federal Hall on Friday, last; 'Gold Neck Chain with Stone Heart attached (gift). Finder kindly return to MRS. C. CLACK, Bullio. ^ PUBLIC Meeting will be held in the Taralga School of Arts on MONDAY, 23rd MARCH, at 8 p.m., for the ■ purpose of Forming a Taral ga District Tennis Club. E. S. ALDERS, C. S. BRADBURY, C. P. GOODHEW, Conveners. GOLSPIE. Harvest Festival Service WEDNESDAY, 25th MARCH. 1925: SERVICE 11 a.m., TEA AT GOLSPIE , HALL AFTERWARDS Adults, 1/6; Children 6d. , SALE OF GIFTS TO FOLLOW. J. A. MARMONT,' . . Hon. Secretary. BA Nli.ABY. ECHO DANCE. (In aid of Graythwaite) AT MRS. ALEX. STEPHENSON'S HOUSE FRIDAY . NEXT," 27th MARCH...

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T.A.S.C. CARNIVAL. PATRONISED BY A LARGE AND ENTHUSIASTIC GATHERING. "BABY" WEBB SCORES A DOUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 March 1925

T.A.S.C. CARNIVAL. PATRONISED BY A LARGE AND ENTHUSIASTIC GATHERING. "BABY" WEBB SCORES A DOUBLE. Mr. Jim Moloney, the Secretary bf the Taralga Amateur Swimming Club, was-fittingly rewarded for his energy and enthusiasm in connection with this sport on Saturday afternoon' last, on the occasion of the third annual car nival held at the local' baths, in the presence of between 800 and i 1000 people.,/" This ■ splendid response shows dis tinctly and positively the way in which the sport Has caught on in Taralga and surrounding localities. Visitors were present from Biulio, Bannaby, Wombeyan Caves, Chats bury, bfalbraith, Richlands, Myrtle ville, Goulburn and Crookwell. A' strong contingent o£ swimmers, Including Mrs. Blakeway and Miss Whipp, were present from Goulburn, and with Crookwell and Taralga strongly represented, a good aftci ncion's sport vras provided. The baths, which are about two miles from the township, arc first class ones, evidence of Mr. Moloney s many "days' hard and ...

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