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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 March 1925
We take extreme 'inanity" SUITS WE asked the the makers of the well - known " SINCERITY SUIT " to work with us in pro ducing the best possible garment nt the price of ordinary suits. measures They co operated splendidly and enabled us to make every buyer a satisfied customer. ASK THE MAN WHO WEARS ONE and be will tell you that his " SINCERITY SUIT " reflects quality in eveiy detail. Tho materials are imported English and Scotch Tweeds and Indigo Serges that'will not fade. Tho workmanship is as perfect as nn excellent staff of intelligent Australian workers can make it and the trimmings are of the highest quality and thoroughly shrunk. "SINCERITY SUITS ".ARE MADE EXCLUSIVELY FOR US and tho range of styles and prices are wide enough to suit every man's taste as well as his means. . DON'T DELAY. ORDER YOUR EASTE SUIT AT ONCE. Oar Prices lor these Suits to Measure range from £5/5/-. Goodhew Bros., (Tbe Value and Service Store) GENERAL IMPORTERS, ( Phono 5) TARALGA.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 March 1925
Chairs Made oi Seasoned Australian Timbers HIGH BACK DINING CHAIR.—Cane ' , Seat, with Brackets, Finished Walnut, 'ARMGn AIR.—Extra Strong, with Cane GENT'S ROCKER.—With Cane Seat, Fin 20/-each. ' , \ Seat, Finished Walnut, 33/G each. • Ished Walnut-, 37/6., NURSES ROCKER.—Cane Seat, Finished Walnut, "27/(5 eauh, DINING CHAIR.—Fibre Seat, with Brack- _ imeSr1'' CaneSeat' witbBraL'ketS' KITCHEN CHAIR.-Wood Seat, 11/3 each. With Brackets, 12/6 each. CHILD'S LOW HOLE CHAIR. Walnut Finish, 11/6. CHILD'S ROCKER. — Walnut Fiuish, 12/-. ■ ■ CHILD'S HIGH CHAIR.—Ouk, ' Cane Seat, 32/6. UNIVERSAL' PROVIDERS CHILD'S HIGH CHAIR.—Pino, Wood Seat, 13/6. UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS Mg-ESBfflJl FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS AND COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS FOR OVER 60 YEARS. i ON SALE — Referee Wednesday, Arrow Friday, Sunday Times, Monday. LOCAL AGENTS— COMINO BROS,, r . TolepUoue 26. TARALGA*
St. Patrick's Day Celebrations. TARALGA RISES TO THE OCCASION. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 March 1925
St. Patrick's Day Cele brations. 'v. * TARALGA RISES TO THE OC CASION. Bright sunshine,' an ■ attractive pro gramme, aiicl a desire to fittingly celebrate the occasion, were the means of attracting a large attendance at the Showground on Tuesday last, St. Patrick's. Day,. where . the . annual sports were held' in aid of St. Ignat ius' Church funds. • The day was observed by the church Mass being celebrated in the morning, and the children attending the Sisters of St. Joseph's Convent were given a holiday. At night a concert was held in the Federal Hall, followed by a dance, where a crowded house was registered The day and night were marked with the utmost enthusiasm. The sports programme was an; in teresting one and comprised numer ous horse, athletic, motor car and other events, which drew large entries. The horse events were particularly interesting, and the winners on each occasion only won by a ^mall marfein. Afternoon tea, which was in charge ot a committee of churcli ladies, w...
Taralga's Progress. AN ESSAY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 March 1925
Taralga's Progress. •' AN ESSAY. In this issue we publish the essay on Taralga'a Progress during the past 15 years, written by Miss Dorrie Ber gia Cor a prize given by Mr. A. Cun ningham at the recent Taralga Show. The essay was, unfortunately, dis qualified owing to its contents ex ceeding 500 words. Mr. Wigg, of the Goulburri Superior Public . School re; ferred to the. essay a,s. a literary gem, and though he could not- award it .first prize, said it was easily the best 03 Bay. "If we take a view of Taralga we find a quiet little township nestling among the hills 28 miles from Goul burn. • Should it happen to be in the early spring the appearance of the place will be :much improved, as the hills are then cloaked in green and the trees—some* with new leaves and some just bursting into bloom—with j the "smoke from the chimneys curl-1 ing in and out, make us feel at once that here at least there is quiet and peacefulness. land resumption. : > "People who- visited' Taralga fifteen ...
LATEST IN MOTOR CARS. ROLLIN FOR SERVICE. The Secertary. Farmers & Graziers' Co-op. Co. writes:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 March 1925
LATEST IN MOTOR . CARS. ROLLIN FOR SERVICE. The Seoertary. Farmers & Graz iers' Co-op. Co. writes:— The Management o£ our Organisa tion is very pleased with the manner in which the public lias received the Rollin car since its introduction into New South Wales. Although it is only five months since the Roliin was first known here sales have advanced to such an ex tent that we have been compelled to enlarge our service facilities. • New, commodious quarters, well iighted, equipped with the most mod-, era machinery, and staffed by a group of experts, are being made ready. The new service station "is situated in Woolloomooloo, a most convenient position, and easy of ac cess. As this goes to press the results of the recent Motor Reliability Contest appear, and it is gratifying that the Rollin won. The Sydney "Daily Tel egraph," in .commenting on the re cord, states:— "Both driver and car made their first appearance in lt.A.C.A. trials; and the writer, who was an observer in the ...
GOLSPIE (From Our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 March 1925
GOLSPIE (From Our Correspondent). There is an absence o£ news,for the week, all interest being centred in the district Show. Residents are justly pleased with their success in the district competition and it was certainly a. gooil performance to de feat such a fine exhibit as Richlauds. However, it was a'friendly competi tion that added to the attractiveness of the pavilion and no one was more "ready to compliment the winners , on their success than the organiser of Richlands, Mr. T. Corby, and 110 one could begrudge him a win next/year, though all being well Golspie will not allow him to walk over. ' The committee of the race club met vlast night to prepare the programme for the races on the '4th April and arrangements for the day were com pleted. The sub-committee that arranged the Golspie exhibit at Taralga Show desires to acknowledge the kindness and courtesy of the show committee in inviting the members to join in the committee's luncheon on the sec ond day of the Show. Needles...
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 March 1925
_ TENNIS. An announcement wiling a public meeting to form a district tenuis club apears in this issue. . The object is worthy of considera tion by every tennis enthusiast. At present very little tennis is played in Taralga owing to the inability to obtain courts that will cater lor all of those who are anxious to play- the sport, and in this way, a . pleasing pastime is lieid up. I Tennis is play ed by the ladies as well as the merits, uml in Taralga there is the material for rattling good players. " -| In the district, at Banuaby, Rich- ' lands, Golspie, Myrtleville, Ghatsbury, ■ clubs exist, aud Taralga could always bo sure of their hearty ■ co-operation' In helping to advance tennis in Tar ulga. and district. , Why not form a district tonnis association and make the sport the success it is deserving of. j
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 March 1925
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Taralga Special Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 March 1925
i Taralga Special Sale. I • Jlr. C. S. Bradbury reports having held a very successful special sale j of . sheep and cattle on Monday last. I Prices all round were highly satisl'ac-| tory, and were as under:— Sheep.—Fat lambs, 2S/; fat weth ers, 27/G; store wethers, 2G/; aged ewes, 19/; ewes, 4 years, 22/; bull ocks, £7 10/; steers, 3 years, £3 10/ to £i 5/; steers, 2 years,'£2 10/; cows, store. £4 10/; heifers, 2 years, £3; poddies, to '30/. •
Crookwell Special Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 March 1925
Crookwell Special Bale. 0. II. Furner & Co. report a big yarding of both sheep. and cattle at their special sale on Thursday, '12th inst. Buyers were, well in attendance both from local and outside centres. The market was quite' equal to late rates lor both sheep and cattle. The following prices'were realised: Merino wethers,. 23/6. to 26/6;. fat comeback wethers, .to' 2.7/6; Merino wethers, 2 and 4 tooth, - 24/1 to 26/; Merino' ewes, 4 and G. tooth, to 31/; Merino ewes, 2 and 4 tooth, to 27/9;. Merino ewes, 4 years. 24/ to 28/; comeback ewes, 4 years, to 23/.; .Me-' ■ri»o and comeback Iambs, 23/ to 26/; aged Merino ewes, i'rom 12/9 to 15/. . Pat bullocks, £7 to £8 19/; fat cows, £0 10/ to £7; 3 years old steers, £7 to £7 19/;' ; 2 years old steers, £5 to £5 10/; store- cows, to £5 7/G; cows with' calves, £4 17/6; fat calves, to £2 7/6; :1 year old steers, £2.14/ to £3 10/. At the aboye prices we sold for the following owners:—Messrs. Wrii. Liv ingstone, Churchill Bros,, C. ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 March 1925
WEDDING BELLS. LANG—LEE. The marriage of Miss Violet Lee, the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs H. C. Lee of '"Coowong," Canyonleigh, Moss Vale, to Mr. Angus Lang, of Tugalong, the fifth son of Mr. Will- iam Lang, of Adavale, Bannaby, was celebrated at St. Andrew's Cathedral, Sydney, recently. The bride wore a charming gown of brocaded morocain and georgette. Her embossed tulle veil was held in place with a coronet of orange bloss- oms and she carried a wreath of white lillies. The bridesmaids were Miss Maggie Thomson and Susan Trudgian. They wore cream and mauve georgette frocks and carried posies to match. The best man was Mr. Lachlan Lang, of Wombeyan Caves. Mr. C. C. Bradbury acted as grooms- man. The reception was held at the Pekin Cafe, where the bride's mother re- ceived the guests in a brocade moro- cain frock of brown and a black hat. &nbsp; Mr. and Mrs. Lang are staying at the Hotel Sydney for a few days and then leaving for Taralga. The Federal Minister for Health, Sir...
OUR SLOGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 March 1925
OUR SLOGAN. We grow to live: as tillers of the soil Our task to plough and sow; And, later, gather in the fruits of toil, So live to grow! Within their grassy paddocks cattle graze, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Our flocks and herds increase, &nbsp; While, from our sheep, we take the toll that pays &nbsp; In golden fleece. Upon the orchard trees the hands of Spring Lay bud and tender shoot. And, cradled in their arms, the Sea sons bring The welcome fruit. We hear the bees, at work upon the comb, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; And how the joy is ours &nbsp; To beautify the corner we call "Home" With growing flowers. " &nbsp; We store the treasures that the Sea &nbsp; sons give, &nbsp; And, while they come and go, &nbsp; From fertile Mother Earth we grow &nbsp; to live, &nbsp; So live to grow! Golspie. —E. F. MARMONT.
TARALGA SHOW. Magnificent Cattle, Fine District Exhibits. A Successful Fixture Recorded. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 March 1925
TARALGA SHOW. i —: ■ Magnificent Cattle, Fine District Exhibits. A Successful Fixture Recorded. • The rich character of the soil in and around the Taralga district was fully demonstrated and reflected in.the Show of 1925. The district has been favoured with a bounteous season and the exhibits in every section ' bore out this fact. The verdict of all was that the Taralga A., P., and H. Association had staged its best Show in recollection. The type of beef and dairy cattle beggars description. They were all sleek with really show appearance, and although reared on pasture land, looked like stall-fed. ■ a MAGNIFICENT FAT CATTLE. ' IJ*ARALGA lias justly earned an en ' viable' name for its fat stock, and . the. animals shown proved beyond question that- the reputation is war ' ranted. Some of the bullocks pulled the beam at between fifteen and 'eighteen hundred—they had briskets as big as an elephant. ,t SUPERB DAIRY CLASSES. , The dairy cattle were simply sup erb and would vie with the ...
WOOL REPORT Schute, Bell & Co., Ltd., report inder date 12th March:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 March 1925
WOOL REPORT Schute, Bell & Co., Ltd., report un- der date 12th March :— Having regard' to pesimistic pre- dictions current amongst buyers since last month's auction sales, it cannot be said that actual results this week have been wholly satisfactory. It is certainly somewhat disappointing that competition has not been more wide spread, and that indications of reviv- ing confidence have not been more prominent in the sale room, but, since January, growers have been educat- ing themeselves to be thankful for small mercies. Whilst about 36d is forthcoming for top lots, and whilst £35 per bale, and even more, is be- ing realised for standard brands, it canont be said that prices have yet reached an unpayable level. &nbsp; Owners of indifferent quality are now feeling the effect of the decline, which previously has been most mark- ed in the case of fine wools that were readily realising 40d and over before Christmas. Unquestionably, howev- er, such indifferent quality lot...
STATE MINISTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 March 1925
STATE MINISTERS. Some time ago we commonced a series of reviews of our State Minis- ters, which, owing to lack of space, had to be discontinued. We resume this week, commencing with the Hon. R. T. Ball, M.L.A., Minister for Works Railways and State Industrial Enter- prises. HON. R. T. BALL, M.L.A. MINISTER FOR WORKS AND RAILWAYS. The Hon. Richard Thomas Ball is &nbsp; &nbsp; an Australian. He was bom in Syd- ney in 1857. His parents, who came from Devonshire (England), took up land and followed farming pursuits at Rooty Hill, where Mr. Ball spent his youthful days. He was put to the engineering business early in life; later, starting in business for him- self, he founded the engineering and foundry works in Goulburn which are still carried on by his son. He had a long and varied business experi- ence, and is a member of the Insti- tute of Engineers of Australia. Mr. Ball first entered public life as an alderman of the Municipality of Goulburn, of which town he was su...
Taralga Show Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 March 1925
Taralga Show Ball. This annual function, which was held on Friday night, of last week, was the closing scene of a perfect day. Success in every way attend ed the' committee's efforts. » Visitors were present In large num bers • from the various surrounding districts, and the hall was totally in adequate to accommodate the large gathering, which must have number ed fully 130 couples besides many non-dancers, some of whom' had not. been to a function for many . years, notably Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Whipp, of Crosses' Station, Bannaby, Mr.. Mc Donald of Laggan and Crookwell. These visitors apparently enjoyed themselves, notwithstanding the packed house and stage as well. The arrangements, which were care fully organised, were carried out in detail, with the result that every thing passed'off most satisfactorily. %lie M.sC., Messrs. W. H. Bradbury and Roy Gordon, very capably carried out their duties, though it was no easy matter, whilst the Band Orches tra (Messrs. Jack Dale, Roy Menzies, ...