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(Published by Arrangement). IN MILLIONS OF GALLONS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 April 1925
(Published by Arrangement). IN MILLIONS OF GALLONS. An indication of the flooding o£ liquor into the United States is giv en by the New York "TimeB" in a message from Ottawa. Says the "Times": — "Exports o£ Canadian liquor to the United' States during 1924 increased considerably over 1923, according to a report made public to day by the Bureau of Statistics. "During the twelve months ending with last November, 3,072,504 gallons of beer were shipped across the In ternationa,! • boundary, as compared with 2,469,37S gallons during the pre vious corresponding period, while exports oC whisky totalled 304,794 gallons. "Officials or the Canadian Customs Department state that there is no thing in the Canadian Act to prohib it these exports."
BARRALLIER, A FRAGMENT OF HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 April 1925
BARRALLIER, A FRAGMENT) OF HISTORY. Some years back when the little settlement on the jWollondilly River, between Mittagong and Wombeyan Caves, was becoming famous as a wool producing arid sheep and cat tle raising centre,i the residents de cided that this picturesque valley among the hills was entitled to a place on the map. Consequently a public meeting was held at the Re ceiving Office, which at that time was in charge o£ Mr. Joseph. Alders, J.P., for the purpose of deciding up on an official name for the receiving office and district. At the meeting a letter was read by Mr. V. J-. Carlon, which he had re ceived from Captaini J. H. Watson, J.P., P.R.A.H.S., suggesting the name of Barrallier, which name was event ually decided upon and later, sanc tioned by the Postal Department and gazetted- as tho name! of the receiv ing office.. ' Since then the mail service has been extended and thejoffice transfer-1 .red to a more central position. In a pamphlet entitled "Ensign Francis' Barr...
EARLY PIONEER PASSES. MRS. MARY ANN BUNKER. DEATH LAST THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 April 1925
EARLY PIONEER PASSES. MRS. MARY ANN BUNKER. DEATH LAST THURSDAY. / • In her liinetyth year, there passed to rest on Thursday last one o£ Crook well's earliest and most highly re spected pioneers in the person o£ Mrs. Mary Ann Bunker. The end came about peacefully at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. W. T. Irving, Bradley-street, Goul burn. Her demise removes from amongst us a personage who was prominently identified with Crookwell's early pi oneering days. She was one of our earliest settlers. With her late husband, Mr. Ephram Bunker, she came to Crookwell in the year 1870, when there was little to speak of in the shape of a township where now stands the flourishing town of Crookwell, and the couple, with their family, resided on the Laggan-Crookwell Road, about a mile and a half from Crookwell. At tliat time Laggan was better known as the headquarters for local residents. Mr. Bunker followed the calling of boot maker. but many older residents will remember him better by his many ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 April 1925
WOLLONDILLY ELECTORATE. NATIONAL SUPPORTERS. gEE that your friends' names ap pear on the ROLL, which may be seen at any Police Station; also at the "GAZETTE" OFFICE, and the NATIONAL ORGANISER. The selected National Candidates l°or the Wollondilly Electorate are:— HON. SIR GEORGE FULLER. K.C.M.G., M.L.A. MR. M. F. MORTON, M.L.A. ALD. A. SMITH, Moss Vale. A. D. Annesley, R. J. Winning, Organiser. Secretary. TO LET. FOR A TERM. "]lf ALVERN," 'North Crookwell. Good Cottage and -25 acres Farming Land. . • W. H. WHEATLEY. FOR SALE gPRING CART, carry 15cwt., excell: ent order; also Cart Saddle and Breeching. £13 10/ the lot. Mitch ell Plough, 2-furrow, practically new, cost £34 f.o.r. Sydney. A bargain, at £21. Mitchell Drill, 13 disc, per fect order, worth £70 new. Take £32. Apply— W. J. JEFFERY, j "Echo" Office, Taralga. FORTHE— y Best Fruit In Season b ALSO ' Vegetables TRY COMING BROS., Telephone 2G. TARALGA. E. J. Croke, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHER, /■pAMILIES Waited on for Orders a...
OVER THE BALCONY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 April 1925
OVER THE BALCONY. A well-known identity of the Cow ra district, John Crobett (45), was found by Constable Auld at an early hour on Wednesday morning lying badly injured on the roadway in front of the Railway Hotel in Kendall street. On admission to the hospital he stated that he hud ouguged a room at the hotel, and about midnight got out of bed in his sloop, and, sis he thought, started to walk to his rab biter's camp in the bush. When lie came to the balcony rail' he imagined it was a fence, and • climbed over. Then, suddenly awak ening, he lost his balance and fell to the roadway, a distance of about 2o feet. He was badly bruisud by tho fall and succumbed to his injuries on Thursday morning.
UNUSUAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 April 1925
UNUSUAL ACCIDENT. ACtor spending Saturday afternoon at Cowra a man named Preston went home with his sister (Mrs. Hodder) to Neila. After having tea he went to sleep at the table and liis sister was unabble to rouse liim. At about 2 a.m. 011 Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Hod der were aroused by groans. Mr. Hodder at once went to investigate, and discovered Preston walking from the river with the whole of the lower portion of his clothing burned off. He at once got the unfortunate mail, who was badly burnt, insido and hud his Injuries attended to. Dr. Roberts, of Cowra, ordered Preston's removal to Cowra Hospital. Q O
Doctor's Claim for Fees. CASE AT COONAMBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 April 1925
Doctor's Claim for Fees. CASE AT COONAMBLE. The right of doctors to claim pro fessional fees from patients in pub lic hospitals has been freely discuss ed recently at Molong, Coonamble, and other towns, says an exchange. A patient treated by Dr. Mollison at Molong Hospital objected to pay cer tain fees and the hospital committee gave it as their opinion that the rules justified the patient taking up the attitude he did. At the Small Debts Court at Coo namble, Dr. Rosati claimed £25 pro fessional fees from Attwood Purdy. The claim was for professional at tendance on defendant's 2J year old daughter, who was operated on for appendicitis. Dr. Mitchell, of Gulgar, assisted, and his fees were £15, and were part of the claim of £25. The plaintiff said the child was brought to him at the close of the picture show and the operation was perform ed next day. He admitted receiving £50 a year from the hospital commit tee. The defendant said he was not aware his daughter was in hospital until af...
OBITUARY. MR. MATTHEW HOWLETT. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 April 1925
OBITUARY. MR. MATTHEW HOWLETT. The death of Mr. Matthew Howlett, of Laggan, took place at the War Memorial Hospital, Waverley, on Friday, 3rd instant. The deceased who had been a suff- erer for many years, with different ailments, undenwent an operation in the above hospital, which was appar- ently satisfactory at the time. How- ever, complications set in after a few days and the patient died from perit- onitis which supervened. &nbsp; The late Mr. Howlett, who was 49 &nbsp; years of age, was the third youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Howlett, of Laggan. He is survived by six brothers and one sister—Mrs. McLean. The bro9 thers are Messrs. Samuel, Donald, Robert, Thomas, Jack and James. The deceased's, funeral took place on Monday, 6th instant, the remains being interred in the Presbyterian portion of the Crookwell Cemetery, the Rev. J. Vardre James officiating.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 25 April 1925
CROOKWELL. Special Sheep and Cattle Sale THURSDAY, 7th MAY, 1925. O. H. FURNER & CO. Will Sell by Auction 3000 Splendid Sheep Including— 200 MERINO WETHERS, forward to fat 200 MERINO WETHERS, G and 8 til. 300 MERINO WETHERS, 2 and 4 til great wool-cutters. 100 MERINO WETHERS, 4 and 0 th. 160 MERINO EWES, G tooth, Kippi law bred. 100 MERINO EWES, 4 and 5 years old. 300 COMEBACK EWES, 6 and 8 th. 500 MERINO WEANERS. from Peel ■wood, unBhorn, mixed soxee 400 MERINO WEANERS, unshorn, mixed sexes. ! 150 COMEBACK LAMBS, mixed sexes 500 MIXED SHEEP, j ALSO 300 Fat and Store Cattle Including— 30 PAT BULLOCKS, Durium and Herefords, 4 years. 50 BULLOCKS, 3 and' 4 years old, great colours and condition 100 STEERS, 2 and 3 years old.. Sta tion bred, good condition. 20 COWS, with calves at foot, i 20 DRY COWS. 20 HEIFERS, 2 years old. fat. 50 HEIFERS. 2 years old . Please Not©.—Sale Commences:— Cattle, 11 a.m.; Sheep, 2 pm.
GOLSPIE (From Our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 25 April 1925
GOLSPIE (From Our Correspondent). At a meeting of the members ol the Five Hundred Club, held at the Hall, It was agreed to alter the name of the "Sports Club." ThlB body will have for its object the arranging of card tournaments and other pastimes dur ing, the coming winter, the proceeds of all such functions to go to the Hall funds. Mr. G. Cameron was elected pre sident and Mr. E. V. Lawler vice-pre sident, with Mr. S. N. Elphick lion, secretary and treasurer. It was decided to purchase two badges for a "five hundred" champ ionship to be played for in tlie Gols pie district, but open to players irom other districts for competition. Full particulars can be obtained from the honorary secretary or president. A contract has just been completed for the roofing of St. Mary's, the lo cal Catholic Church, and with other Improvements, has added considerably to the appearance and- condition of the sacred building, which is one of the finest to be seen in a country district. The work was carr...
SYDNEY TO GOULBURN. DAILY MOTOR SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 25 April 1925
SYDNEY TO GOULBUKN. DAILY MOTOR SERVICE. Within a few weeks an up-to date motor passenger service will be operating between Goul burn and Sydney. Two huge safety coaches will be put on the road, and will ply ibetween the cities daily, Sundays excepted. Already the 'buses have been licensed by the Mulwaree Shire Council. The service will be controlled by Inter-city Coaches, Limited, o£ which a member of a well-known city firm of solicitors is managing director. The route to be followed will be via the Main Southern-road, and the 'buses will pick up and set down passengers at all the important towns between Sydney and Goulburn. Leaving Goulburn before breakfast each day, it 'is hoped that the 'buses will cover the distance in 5J hours, the return journey being made the same day. The coaches to be used are of the luxurious parlor type, manufactured by the Fageol Motor Co., California, and used extensively for passenger traffic in Canada aud the U.S.A. They are equipped with Westinghous...
FORD WORKS. HOTEL TO BE CLOSED. DRY AREA. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 25 April 1925
FORD WORKS. HOTEL TO BE CLOSED. DRY AREA. The Ford Motor Company has purchased the only hotel in the vlolnlty of the proposed works at Geelong, with a view to closing it and making the area a dry district. The managers of tlie Ford Motor Company's proposed 'establishments ■in the various States are announced as follows:—New South Wales, Mr. T. P. Lamb; Queensland, Mr. G. "V. Cornwall; Western Australia, Mr. D. B. Maclurkin; South Australia, Mr. H. Pilgrim. It is expected that the Geelong odfflces of the new companies will be opened this week. Mr. L. W. Lee will be general manager of the man ufacturing company, and Mr. H. C. French of the distributing company. Mr. E. F. Hughes will be secretary of both, and Mr. H. Edney manager for Victoria. All the managers ex cept Mr. Cornwell and Mr. MacLur kin are Canadians.
HERE and THERE [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 25 April 1925
HEBE and THERE i ' It is proposed to hold a meeting o£ the Federal Houses of Parliament at Canberra before the close of next session. • * * Anzac Day will in future be observ ed, as a pijblic holiday in this State instead of the Prince of Wales' Birth day. Shops will bs closed on Satur day next. Prince of Wales' Birthday holiday is to be abolished so far' as N.S.W. is concerned. Thousands of motor cars carrying tourist parties travelled over the Sydney-Goulburn main road during the Easter holidays. It was one con tinuous procession of cars. * • » Much improvement in railway trav elling facilities could be effected. The trains to and from the country dur ing the Easter holidays were crowded However, little consideration for the comfort and convenience of travellers was apparent. ' * » » A daily motor 'bus service is an nounced between Sidney and Goal burn. This is the- first indication oi competition with the railways to tue country centres. Our Commissioners will need to be on the a...
MR. MARK F. MORTON, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 25 April 1925
MR. MARK F. MORTON, MX.A. Mr. Mark P. Morton, M.L.A., is a native of the electorate, and has re sided In the Illawarra district all hia life. He was first returned to Pariia ment for the Shoalhaven district 5n 1901, and later, for tile Allowr'e i>l ectorate in 1904, holding the seat un til the year 1920, when he was de feated. Not satisfied with the result Mr. Morton again contested the seat in 1922, and was returned. Mr. Morton has earned the renu tation of dilligently attending to the wants of the electors, and rarely fails in district requirements.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 25 April 1925
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REWARDED! [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 25 April 1925
r REWARDED! At a meeting of the com mittee of the noyal Ship wreck, Relief, and Humane Society of N.S.W. on Tliurs day afternoon, it was decid ed to make the following awards for deeds of heroism, which had been reported to it:— Frederick H. Donaldson, of Artarmon, who rescued Allen Thurlow. a youth of 19, -from drowning in the Crook well River on November 15, 1924. Certificate . o£ merit Arthur B. Murphy and "William Aldridge, of Crook well, also received certifi cates of merit for the rescae in which F. R. Dona.dson was co .cern'ed. o
IMPORTS. HIGHER THAN A YEAR AGO. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 25 April 1925
IMPORTS. HIGHER THAN A YEAR AGO. Ill February the Commonwealth imported tea valued at £455,187; al coholic liquors worth £145,176; gold to the extent of £1,076.649; .motor car chassis valued at petroleum spirits worth £t)55,G&lt;>4. Total imports for the month were estimated to he worth £12,528,JSb, as against £11,780.366 for Februarj, ■ Exports totalled £19,173,630, as against £15,764,334 for February, 1924 As usual, wool, wheat and butter bended the list in the order. These tliQe articles of export totalled '-.•£15,777,237.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 25 April 1925
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