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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 April 1925
When Visiting Goulburn Don't Forget to Drop in at the ....... . BON TON SUNDAE SHOP 26S, Auburn Street, GOULBURN. (Two Doors from Chas Waughs'), Afternoou Teas, Fountain Drinlcs, Sundaes, Ice Cream, Refreshments, Chocs., Confectionery ,Fruit In Sea son. )
BARRALLIER. (From Our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 April 1925
BAKRALLIEK. (From Our Correspondent). • Several local, properties changed hands recently, including "Burk's Creek," wliicli was purchased by Messrs. J. w. and T. B. Carlon for £1,100; "Paling Flat" was knocked down to Mr. John Goodfellow for £435 Other grazing properties further down the river realised satisfactory prices. Mr. Thomas Badgery, of Wangan derry, has resigned his position as member of the Local Land Board, During March 102 points of rain were registered at the receiving off Ice. • 6/4/25. *
Country, Not Party. ISSUE AT ELECTIONS. OPPORTUNITIES MUST NOT BE MISSED. (It must be clearly understood that the views expressed in the following article are not necessarily endorsed by this paper.) [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 April 1925
Country, Not Party. . ISSUE AT ELECTIONS. OPPORTUNITIES MUST NOT BE MISSED. (It must be clearly understood that tlie views expressed-in the following article are not necessarily endorsed by this paper.) (BY M. DIXON.) To the country elector who is well aware of the scant attention he has received from the N.S.W. Parliament in recent years, the task of choosing the men for whom to vote at the forthcoming election would be a com paratively easy one. The issues are plain and simple, and no amount of eloquence should sway those who have made up their minds to ignore the powerful organ isations of Labor and Nationalism. They have a clear duty to perform, and that is to vote in accordance with' their conscience. That will lead them unerringly to record a vote for the Progressive candidates. Some years ago it was confidently declared that there was no room in politics for a third party. Labor, it was stated would hold the support of all workers, while Nationalism's following comprised all ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 April 1925
601DSBR0U6H, MORT & CO. Ltd., SVDBEY.* WOOL & PRODUCE BROKERS, FAT STOCK SALESMEN STOCK &' STATION AGENTS LIBERAL ADVANCES HIGHEST PRICES AND PROMPT RETURNS Writ* ftir WAYBILLS. U>ail9 and MARKET REPORTS. K- do L. OUDMORE, Manager. OHA8. HOPE, Asst. Manager. T» RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO TV Xi) RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RAD'.Q JLfci II ARE YOU ON THE AIR LINE? || cccc cccc I I Broadcasted Radio Waves are flashed through | I 22 your homes each day. Receive them through 22 &lt;&lt; A RADIOLA. &lt;&lt; cccc cccc I | It will make life a greater joy. Made by I | oo The* Amalgamated Wireless (Aus- Qo 15 Bralasla) Ltd. Demonstrations Given. §&lt; II IT. W. PINKEBTON, ^ 55 AGENT, OROOKWELL. II &lt;&lt; &lt;&lt; oca See K RADIO — RADIO RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO J> RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO IX LTD, S. A. BURNS, TIMBER MERCHANTS &...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 April 1925
New Exclusive Designs In Metal Bedsteads - © Fitted with sliding headrail so adjustable to afford special comfort for roading in bed, as well as in case of sickness. Size,. 4ft. Gin. ; l|in. Pillars. Grey Enamel. Price, £7/5/-. deFoey (P//p , An attractive aud popular typo, exceptional value. Fitted with, three Nickel Fillings and two Porcelain Spindles head and foot] Size, 4ft. Gin.; ljin. Pillars. Grey Enamel. Pride, £6/19/6. / A Single Bow-Design, ouo of our best sellers, with mounted head and foot containing three Porcelain Spindles and Nickel Fillings and- Ornaments. Size, ,4ft. Gin.; 2in. Pillars. Black Enamel. Price, £11/10/-. A New; Style,, mounted with throe PoroeHin Spindles set in panels of Nickel Fillings, She •a tou mounts. Size, 4ft. Gin.; 2in. Pillars. Black Enamel. Price, £9/15/-. A most charming design, featuring the popular Dov&fc^ow Double Bow Headrail; andff^Eelain Spinuics to match. Size, 4ft. Gin.; 2in. Pillars. Black Enamel. " Price, £12/7/6.; TJoutana...
HEBE and THERE [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 April 1925
.. HEBE and THERE Six horseB fell during the. running of the Sydney Cup on'-Randwick race course last Monday. They ,were Kingslot, Backwood, Spearfelt, Roy al Roue, Wallarack, and Prince Min imbah. ., ..... * * *. Kingslot, the first to fall, had to be destroyed. Some of the jockeys were badly injured.' »' » The race was won by Lilypond who started at 14 to 1. ♦ « ♦ One of Crookwell's early pioneers in the person of Mrs. Mary Ann Bun ker (relict of the late Mr. Epliram Bunker), passed away at Goulburn on Thursday last in her 90th year. ♦ * * . The steamer' Clan Monroe, from Australia, collided with and sank the Dutch steamer Jonge catharina. irom Wellington, in the English Channel. » * « Six of the Dutch crew were drown ed and' three are missing. The engagement is announced of Mios Uwen i-ulier, daugnter of the Premier, to Mr. FranK Wharton, of Queensland, the owner of a large station in the Northern State. C. H. Bath, an old man residing at Woodville (S.A.), started to walk across ...
THE LOST TRIBE AT THE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 April 1925
the lost tribe at the show. Every show has its lost tribe -o£;. youngsters who have wandered ■: from ■ parental control, or have been tor;; gotten for the moment. The youngest this year was aged 18 months. . .• The oldest, so far, to be reported lost? was 78 years. He was a coun try visitor, and wherever he strayed . to, it was not the police station on the ground. Inspector Gallagher, Sergt. White, aud Mrs. Mitchell have had a busy time looking after the lost Ones. Oir,, Good Friday, they attended to SO' .'children, on Saturday 100, and ore . Easter Monday 160. ^ •
M.U.I.O.O.F. RACES. KLOWER RIDES FIVE FIRSTS AND A SECOND. WHELA A DOUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 April 1925
M.U.I.O.O.F. RACES. KLOWER RIDES FIVE FIRSTS AND A SECOND. WHELA A DOUBLE/ Tlie Oddfellows', annual races were ,, held on the Richlands course in fine weather on Easter' Monday.' The at tendance was good and was equal to . previous years, the gate receipts b.e ing very much larger than on Satur day. 'The entries in most o£ the events were very good and the racing gen erally interesting. The trial stakes, j £or which there were seven starters, | was a particularly interesting race, the placed horses finishing abreast ' with the remainder well in the pic ture. The principal event, the Manchester Handicap, was unfortunately robbed of interest owing to there only being two starters. As a result of suspici ous riding in this race, G. Nelligan. the rider of Sunset Glow, was sent out for three months. The arrangements far the racing were carried out by a capable staff comprising Mr. Henry Twynam, judge; starter, Mr. H. H. Gordon; liandicappers, Messrs. G. C. Goodhew,. • J. Howard and the s...
LAGGAN. ANNUAL COMBINED SCHOOL PICNIC. (From our correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 April 1925
LAGGAN. ANNUAL COMBINED SCHOOL PICNIC. - • I (From our correspondent.) ) k-bhsiP UeFuUy uvo^undre^ large gathering of adults were ^The children assembled at the . &lt; + iflQn am. &nd ma.dG local school at 10.3 . as t^ey Tti^V^oT^e S| SfiK GeoSe' & Charie? were Dually engaged having The parents and cluldreiiare grate; turned ^lria^n^ oy£t^eme^ tioned ^U™choo.S or children. Their's was a fabour of love'to bright en the lives of the bush bairnies. A hand of willing lady w°rUers looked alter the wants of the ch - dren during the day. 'therwerfsiveT'S, and before Si? ss-f?rffl intervals they were treated to fruit and lollies. ■ , We congratulate all concerned on red1 Tetter day'tor theC children of the district. Cullen, as ly with one o^^'Vi d annual pic the ^cf ss o£ he h'^ruautumn sm> all present, grown-ups . ds well a '•ST child -^pnze; ^ young 'tcT take6 part in the running C%TheS following schools, with then teachers, took part: ,lQ,.,.v Lasgan Mr- Cummin...
WOMBEYAN. (From Our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 April 1925
WOMBEYAN. (From Our Correspondent?) After a period of dry weather a few light showers fell last week-end. A good soaking fall is needed to replen ish tanks and creeks and ensure a growth of ferass sufficient for winter requirements. The dry spell is caus ing anxiety throughout the adjo'ining centres east of Wombeyan Caves, and stock-owners cannot feel safe unless there is a good fall of rain very soon. On the Western Slopes and Wiar borough stoek-owners are particular ly fortunate in this respect, having abundance of water and gross, as dur ing the summer months tlicy were favoured with several heavy falls of rain. Local -wool-growers are keenly watching the wool market, as many of the local clips are still to come on the market. A few clips sold earlfar, in the season reaised high prices/jp The first load of. new furniture was! landed at the Caves accommodation! house to-day (Sunday) and a further load is expected during the week. The new -caretaker expects to be fully equipped for...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 April 1925
J. M. PEDLEY «fe SON, PRACTICAL TAILORS, CROOKWELL. WORKMANSHIP AND FIT GUARANTEED. Visit Taralga Regularly Every Sale Day. ATTENDANCE WITH FULL 11ANGE OF PATTERNS IN' 'SEASONABLE SUITINGS AT MUDIE'S HOTEL, TARALGA. GOOD VALUES PAVE THE WAY. AND WHEN YOU SEE SOME OF OUR VALUES IN WINTER GOODS YOUR NEXT WORDS WILL BE "MORE. PLEASE." MILITARY OVERCOATS, All Sizes, 30/; MEN'S KHAKI MILITARY CLOTH TROUSERS, 30/; BOYS TWEED TROUSERS, 2 to 13, 2/11 pr: LADIES' ALL WOOL JUMPERS, 14/11: 40in. DRESS FLANNEL NAVY AND BROWN' ONLY, 3/11 yd.; BEAUTIFUL QUALITY WHITE & STRIPED FLANNELETTE, 30ins., n*d yd; 28ins NATURAL ALL WOOL ' FLANNEL. 2/11 yd. Call and have a look at our Blankets, no doubt they are Great Value. J. H. DALE, The Little Stoore with Big Values. TARALGA. Start the New Year Well By Shopping at GOLDING'S - - GOULBURN ARMLETS WILL BE THE CRAZE THIS YEAR. NOTE THESE PRICES AND COMPARE THEM. Out. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. If Gold DAL MONTE Expanding Armlet Gold PEAKL E...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 April 1925
PERSONAL. Mr. W. E. Alders*'; successfully underwent an operation in the Parra matta Hospital on Wednesday morn ning last for gall stones and appendi citis. . ' * * • Sergeant A. Riordan, of Taralga, is on annual leave in Sydney. Con stables W. .Keating is in charge during Seigeant Riordon's absence. * * • Mr. George Ward is still confined to his room, his condition is mote satisfactory. » * » .Mr. H. H. Gordon formerly of Taralga, spent the holidays in Taralga. He acred as starter at the races at Richlands on Saturday and Monday, and did his work very satisfactorily. ♦ * ♦ '• Messrs. A. S. Hillas, M. W. Cbar tot is, A. B. Peaice, Garry McDouel!, 0. S. Bradbury, W. H. Bradbury, Ted Alders ,Sid Goodhew, Sedge Bradbury, T. M. Bari y, J. -Cusack. T. W. Burge, Eddie Croke/yJim Byrne spent the holidays in Sydney. • » ♦ Taralga and District were well rep resented at the show and laces. I wonder if any of them picked the winner of the Doncaster or Sydney Cup. * » * Mr. Cecil Mooney is spen...
STATE MINISTERS Attorney General. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 April 1925
STATE MT1STTSTERS HON. T. R. BAVIN, M.L.A., Attorney General. aflMffe 'Hon. Thomas Raiusford Bavin, SSgnSUm of Rev. Hainsford Bavin, was BSStfl at Kaiapoi (N.Z.), in 1S74. He ^ educated at Oakland (N.Z.) and iSBSydnev University, and lie was called to the ar in 1S97. After a short period as Acting Professor of Law at the University of Tasmania, he held the position of Secretary to the Commonweal li Prime Minister from 1901 to 1904. He entered State Politics as member for Gordon in 1917, and, gince 1920, has represent ed the Ryde electorate. '' Mr. Bavin has made a study of constitutional questions, especially as they relate to industrial matters, and has written a pamphlet "The Dcfects of the Federal System of Government." He has devoted him self unremittingly to the solution of tn§. many intricate problems that have arisen out of the administration of tlie Federal and State Arbitration laws, and the matter of law reform generally is a live subject in his able hands.
LAGGAN RACES. HANDICAPS FOR TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 April 1925
LAGGAN RACES. HANDICAPS FOR TO-DAY. Following are the weights declared for the . races to be held .at Laggan on Saturday next:— OPENING HANDICAP—5furfe. Irish Boy 10 10 Sunset Glow .... .... 9 5 \Vhela ,. 9 5 Jack Stitch 9 0 Red Sheik .. .. .. .. s 7 Gratuity .. .. .. .. .... 8 9 All Satin .. .: ........ 8 9 Strenuous .. .. .. 8 5 ' Hinemoa 8 0 Rackarock not yet handicapped. TRIAL STAKES. Cashellen .; .. 9 2 Wonganell . .. 9 2 Master Wolowa .; .. .... 8 10 Red Sheik .. ... .. 8 10 Fancy Stitch .. ...... !. 8 8 Binda Bill •. .... ( 8 7 Dishonor .. .. .... ].' 8 5 Blackmane .. .. .•.• .. '. 8 2 " Ruby .. ^ 8 2 Tommie .. 8 7 H?P Off" 8 0 Hinemoa ■ ; 8 0 Whlspeilng Wind .. 8 0 FIRST HACK RACE. Sunset Glow -. Gratuity .. .. ' "Wonganell .. Cashellen .. . All Satin .. .. jGoonoongla .. Red Sheik .. Master Wolowa Binda Bill . . Miss Roslyn . Blackmane . .■ Dishonor .. ... Hop Off .. Bill G. .. Hinemoa .. LAGGAN : CUP. Irish Boy .. 10 10 Whela .. .". . . 9 3 Sunset Glow .... .. .. ..; 9 3 J...
CAVES HOUSE. OFFICIAL INTIMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 April 1925
CAVES HOUSE. OFFICIAL INTIMATION. Mr. M. F. Morton, M.L.A., has re ceived the following communication from the Chief Secretary's Depart ment, which he ,passes on for publi cation:— Dear Sir,—In reply to the inquiry in your communication of the 24tli of March, regarding the future of the Wombeyan Caves, especially as re gards the electric light installation, etc., I desire to intimate that follow-' ing upon the transfer of Mr. George Brown, Guide, Jenolan Caves, to act as Caretaker, Wombeyan Caves, vice Mr. T. M. Chalker, oil 'leave prior to retirement, arrangements have been made for a complete refurnishing of the accommodation house. The Director of the Tourist Bur eau advised me a few days ago that it was expected the house would be in.readiness to receive guests for the Easter Holidays,' and that thereafter visitors may be assured of first-class accommodation and meals. It was al so represented that the picnic grounds had been thoroughly cleaned 'up. and that old outbuildings had...
GOLSPIE. A.R.C. RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 April 1925
GOLSPIE. A.R.C. RACES. A successful race meeting was held at Golspie 011 Saturday, 4th inst The racing was good throughout, and the meeting passed off without a hitch. The attendance was somewhat dis appointing. Following are the results:— OPENING HANDICAP—5 furs. W. Laverty's Sunset Glow, 9.3 .. 1 Mrs. T. E. Campbell's Whela, 8.5 2 Winner's price 2 to 1 on. TRIAL STAKES—4 furlongs. H. Sinclair's Tommie, 8.0 .. ■. X Mrs. Campbell's Miss Roslyn. 8.0 2 A. Rolph's . Ready Cash, 8.0 ... 3 Winner's price evens. "GOLSPIE HANDICAP—7 furlongs. W. Laverty's Sunset Glow, 9.3 . 1 Mrs. T. E. Campbell's Whola, 8.5, 2 Winner's price 2 to 1 on. AUTUMN STAKES—4 furlongs. H. Sinclair's All Satin 8.8 1 Mrs. T. E. Campbell's Fancy Stitch, 8.7 2 A. Rolph's Peace Print, 8.0'.'. ■•••. 3 Winner's price evens. ' ' LADIES' BRACELET—5 furlongs. W. D. Wood's Gratuity, 8.5 .. .. 1 Mrs. Campbell's Strenuous, S.7 2 Winner's price 3 to 1. FORCED HANDI.CAP—6 furlongs. ' Mrs. Campbell's Whela, S.7 . . 1 •B. Baker's...
Graythwaite Hospital. "LEST WE FORGET." [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 April 1925
I Graythwaite Hospital. | '• i "LEST WE FORGET." I | In this hospital there are men whose ; Hyes have been wrecked as the re sult of active service. They have been inmates since the war and many of ithem are awaiting death, there" be ing no possible chance of recovery. Others have lost arms and legs or whatever the case may be and are totally incapacitated., These men are suffering because of tlieir efforts to defend their flag. Their life is only an existence. This existence, however, can he made more endurable by the public, on whom they depend Tor their little luxuries, and which they appreciate and ^njoy and which are their only comfort. We! all perhaps do not re'ilis9 what these I Diggers are suffering. God, bless their brave hearts. On. the 25th instant—Auzuc .Day— our thoughts will go back to rbat eventfiil morning of ton years ago, when 'in the dawn our gallant boys, along with the British troops, and in the face o£ death and against over whelming odds of an unseen foe, stor...
FOOTBALL. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 April 1925
FOOTBALL. ANNUAL; MEETING. ■The annual' meeting of the Pioneer Football Club was held in Mr. P. Mc Cullocli's hairdressing saloon on Wed nesday last. The President, Mr. G. C. Goodliew, presided over a fair at tendance. ~ The balance-sheet shgwed a credit balance, of-. £6/3/9J. The chairman,' in formally moving the adoption, of the report and • bal ahce-slieet,'...congratulated the mem bers on the healthy state of the fin ances and' their- success achieved, on the field. He hoped that this season the members would again show the same enthusiasm. Other members supported the chair mail's remarks. ' ELECTION OF'.OFFICERS. ' . The following officers were elected for the ensuing year:— Patron, Mr. T. W. Burge (re-elest ed)'; president, Mr, W. J. Jeffery; vice prficidents, MeflB M. S. Viles, Cecil Mooney (re-elected). J. Moloney (re elected), and W. Borthwick; treasurer Mr. Sedge Bradbury (re-elected); sec retary, Mr. Bob Isaac; general com mittee. all financial members; selec tion committ...
SYDNEY SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 April 1925
SYDNEY SHOW. 1 Mr. M. W. Charteris competed at the lloyul Agricultural Society's Show with,bis fat bullock for the Society's Prizo for the heaviest bull : ock. Though not being successful in winning the first or second prize Mr. Charteris, we understand secured third place, out of over a dozen entries. The weight of his bullock being 2490 lbs. The bullocks which secured first and second place . we understand were bred on Mr. Hillas' Bolong properly, and subsequently were sent to Condobolin.