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LOCAL and GENERAL. SPECIAL SHEEP AND CATTLE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 25 April 1925

LOCAL and GENERAL. SPECIAL SHEEP AND CATTLE SALE. Hessrs. 0. H. Furner & Co. an nounce that they will, hold a special sale of sheep and cattle at the Crook well yards on Thursday, 7th May. There will be yarded 3000 splendid sheep and 300 head of store cattle. Included in the list are some very at tractive lines.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 25 April 1925

J. 31. PEDJLEY & SON, /. ' PRACTICAL TAILORS, CROOKWELL. WORKMANSHIP AND FIT GUARANTEED." Vlslt Taralga Regularly Every Sale Day. ATTENDANCE- WITH FULL RANGE 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 CLOTJH 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., llid 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 ttie New Year Well By Shopping at : GOLDING'S - - GOULBURN ARMLETS WILL BE THE CRAZE THIS YEAR. NOTE THESE PRICES AND COMPARE THEM. i ' 9ct. Gold DAL MOX'L'E Expanding Armlet ... .... ... 27/6 9ct....

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROVER CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 25 April 1925

ROVER CLUB. The general annual meeting of the Rover Football Club was held in Com ino Bros', restaurant on Monday ev ening last. Mr. E. Lee (the president) presided over a fair attendance of members. ' The annual roport and balance-sheet were read, the latter showing a cred it balance of ,E0 16/. The president, in congratulating the members on securing a leg in for the Roche Clip last year, referred to the number of wins the club had se cured and the enthusiasm each mem ber had displayed throughout the sea son. He was, however, afraid that owing to the absence of several of the best players from the district that the club would have difficulty in field ing anything like a decent team. It would certainly be much below last year's strength. The same'thing, he thought, would apply to the other two teams. Mr. Lee favoured the idea of the two local teams amalgamating, and in this way one decent team might be formed and matches with Gonlburn and Croolcwell arranged when any of the clubs i...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 25 April 1925

Woliondilly Electorate. rFHE Campaign „ has commenced— the contest between the principles of Self-reliance and Dependence be ' tween Industrialism and Confiscating Communism—between the National Party of Australia and Empire and the Labor Party of Moscow and Berlin, and who knows where—has j begun in earnest. !. Do your duty to the Empire, Your self, Your Family and Your Commun j ity. The selected National-Progressive Candidates for Woliondilly are:— 1 SIR GEORGE FULLER, K.C.M.G., M.L.A. MR. MARK MORTON, M.L.A. : ALD. A. SOUTH, of Moss Vale. A. D. ANNESLEY, Nat. - Organiser. When Visiting Goulburn Don't Forget to Drop In at the BON TON SUNDAE SHOP <1™'™ 266, Auburn Street, GOULBURN. (Two Doors from Chas Waughs'). Afternoon Teas,, Fountain Drinks, Sundaes, Ice Cream, Refreshments, Chocs., Confectionery .Fruit in Soa son. TO LET. FOR A TERM; "JITALVERN," North Crookwell. Good Cottage and 25 acres Farming Land. , W. H. WHEATLEY. FOR SPORTING PAPERS— Referee, Arrow, also Sund...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GAME RIDERS. HORSEWOMEN CRASH AT THE SYDNEY SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 25 April 1925

GAME RIDERS, j I HORSEWOMEN CRASH AT THE : SYDNEY SHOW. ! "I'll ride, even if I'm killed. I must ride." Thus Vera McMillan, , dauntless equestrienne, expressed herself at the Sydney Show. Her terrible fall at last year's Show permanently injur ed her back. In fact liev life was for a time in the balance. She crashed again early in this year's exhibition. On Wednesday she liad a third bad fall and fractured her collarbone. The event was the "Major Bros. & Co." equestrienne over hurdles, and there was another fall in the same ride. Mrs. T. C. Maitland. on her husband's grey, Lachlan, crashed at the second hurdle, and was seriously injured. In Miss McMillan's case, an eye witness said, her life was saved by the fact that her mount, Evening Star, stood still after the fall. Had the horse bolted, it was stated, Miss McMillan would have been dragged. She is perhaps the gamest of all N.S.W. eauistriennes—and that is saying much.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STATF MINISTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 25 April 1925

STATF MINISTERS, i HON. FRANK A. CHAFFEY, M.L.A., Minister for Agriculture. Tlie Hon. Frank Augustus Chaffey belongs to a family who have always been associated with the laud. He was born at Moonbi, near Tamwortli. Entering the Hawkesbury Agricultur al College at the age oC 16, his unre mitting application and his capacity very shortly enabled him to pass with flying colours the various tests asso ciated with the science of agriculture. After working at home for a short period and earning suilicient to pay for further education, he studied at the Sydney Technical College—sheep wool, mathematics and veterinary science were among the subjects to which he applied himself—after which a term o£ work in the shearing sheds added to liis practical exper ience. Returning to Taniworth ho' joined his brother in partnership in the firm that has carried on farming ever since under the name of Chaffey Brothers. Mr. Chaffey is in demand at coun try shows as a judge of stock; as a matter of fact, h...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOME PLANNING. BUILT-IN SHELVES. USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 25 April 1925

HOME PL ANNING. BUILT-IN SHELVES. USEFUL HINTS. Many a living room and den ■ that "lacks something" in decor ative treatment can be given the necessary finishing touch with buiK-in bookshelves. We are all rpady to admit the decorative value of books, and all books— old or new, modest or russet bound—possess this value. Built-in book shelves become part ot the house, as they are finished to harmonise with the walls and wood work. The atmosphere of stability they give is the reason why they are being so generally used by architects and trained interior decorators. The real value can hardly be appreciated until a set of shelves has been built in and painted or stained. With the •volumes in place the room takes on a friendly dignity and home-like qual ity that is most gratifying. HOW TO DO IT. About the House there are many Spaces that offer tempting opportun ities. Often odd, hard-to-beautify nooks may be treated with the simp lest of shelves thai rest on wall cleats. The space below a...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DAIRY COW. SELECTION AND FEED. MILK RECORDING. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 25 April 1925

THE DAIRY GOW. SELECTION AND . FEED. MILK RECORDING. That, well-known authority and writer on dairying, Mr. Robert Shanlts, contributed an article on "The Dairy Cow" in the Journal of the British Dairy Farmers' Association. He now farms in Sussex, bat previously had experience in Cumberland. The farmer in buying dairy cows is advised to avoid being guided by appearances only, he says. A well shaped udder does not necessarily mean that there will be a bountiful milk supply. Milk recording is as yet in its infancy, but it has already taught farmers useful lessons. A primary one is that the bull in milk record pedigrets is not half the herd; he is at least three-fourths of the herd. Milk heredity, says Mr. Shanks, is inherited through the sire.. When the right bull, full-pedigreed in every sense of the word, is used on moder ate cows, he will add 200 gallons to the progeny's record over the dam's. A noted breeder, says he never paid a long figure for a cow or heifer; he 'puts all his m...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 25 April 1925

ON SALE — Referee Wednesday, Arrow Friday, Sunday Times, Monday. LOCAL AGENTS— ■OOMmO BROS.. Telephone 2G. TARALGA. SEND YOUR VOGfii s'SKINS. SCHUTE BELL jpoitd -44 bridges! &L L- SYDNEY The Firm That Thinks Rightly And Acts Rightly By Its Constituents. Personal Attention •Td Every Lot.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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ALD. A. A. SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 25 April 1925

ALD. A. A. SOUTH. The third candidate of the Nation alist Party for Wollondilly is a flue Digger and a good citizen—Alderman A. S. South, now farming at Moss Vale, and spending himself in the ser- vice of the returned men and the community generally. Mr. South is a State Councillor of the R.S.S.I.L.A., and an officer of the Moss Vale Sub- branch. He has been a committee man of the Berrima District A.H. and I. Society for fourteen years. In ad- dition he finds time to take an inter- est in athletic sport, and he is the honorary secretary of the Berrima District Rugby Football League. Ald. South has many friends, and though this is his first bid for Par- liamentary honors, he should make a good impression as a genuine, straightforward, clean man of just the sort that do the most good for the country when they succeed in at- taining to the position of Member at Parliament.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESENTATION OF CUPS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 2 May 1925

PRESENTATION OF CUP8. During the evening Brig.-General McNicol, at the 'invitation o£ Major Twynam, presented the cups won by the Taralga troopers at the recent Light Horse camp in Goulburn. Before making the presentation General McNicol said, I take it as an honour to be asked to be present here to-night to thank the people and diggers o£ Taralga for this magnificent effort to raise funds for the wounded soldiers who will for all their life lay in Graythwaite Hospital. Ile cently I was at RandwicK races and saw a few of these men there. Kind friends had lent their cars to bring them there. The A.J.C. ha a given them a special on the members' lawn so they could see the races from the cars. Everywhere you go people do what they can to help these heroes. I was present at the Light Horse gymkhana and saw these cup's (which I am about to present) won. The dash and go of the tent pegging sec tion was equal to the finest cavalry work. It is very applicable that this cup should have been w...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Graythwaite Hospital Ball. A BRILLIANT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 2 May 1925

Graythwaite Hospital Bail. A BRILLIANT 8UCCE88. The annual ba'll in aij 0f tjje . Graythwaito Hospital, organised by the Taraiga Branch or tlie Returned Soldiers' Association and the ladies of Taraiga and district, was held in the Federal Hall on the 23rd inst. ■ and was a brilliant success, both so cially and linancially. The unfavourable weather condi tions somewhat interfered with the . attendance, wiiich, however, despite this drawback, was excellent. Collectors were appointed through out the di-trict. U'uruUtjh their eff orts, togeuier with tae door receipts aud proceaus of novelty dances, the* very satisfactory amount of about . £70 was realised. The promoters are to be highly complimented tor their splendid eff ort for Buch a wortuy cause. The function was arranged and carried out by tue local oranch of the Returned Soldiers' League, with Major Twyuam as president, W.O. Quinn (secretary), Lieuts. J. V; Mac Kenzie and H. H. Kennedy (treasur ers). assisted by a hard-working com...

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MR.S. EMMETT (INDEPENDENT PROTESTANT NATIONALIST.) [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 2 May 1925

MR. Si EMMETT (INDEPENDENT PROTESTANT NATIONALIST.) Mr. Sum Ennnett, who is contesting a seal in the Woll ondilly — electorate as an Independent Protestant Nation alist candidate.. Mr. Emmett con tested Wollondil 1 y seat at . last elec tion as one of the selected National ist candidates, but was unsuccessful.

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(Published by Arrangement). THE MORAL BALANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 2 May 1925

(Published by Arrangement). THE MORAL BALANCE. "The reason why the Prohibition .• Act is both a laughing stock and a menace is its unequal enforcement," says the "New Republic," in- a lead ing article. "Whether it can be equally enforc ed with the ruling classes of the coun try determined not to submit to it, is a question. The drys are satisfied with the lij> service of the Federal Prohibition Service. "The Volstead Act goes back to the fact that the people of our ruling, class do not regard drinking as a1 moral issue, but merely one of expe diency for -the lower classes. "Inequality and fraud in enforce ment are shifting the moral balance still further against the law."

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 2 May 1925

f)UR STOCKS OF THESE ARE NOW COMPLETE AND WE QUOTE v A FEW LINES WHICH WILL STAND COMPARISON:— BLANKETS. WHITE, 54 x 72 .. • .. 33/G' pr WHITE, 63 x SI . .. .. .. .. .. 43/6 pr WHITE, 72 x 90 .... 62/6 & 59/6 pr WHITE, 81 x 99 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 67/6 pr GREY, 54 x 72 . ■ 29/6 & 32/6 pr GREY, 63 x 81 .. ..." 37/6 & 42/6 pr GREY, 72 x 30 .. ; 45/6 & 50/ pr FLANNELS—DARK GREY, SILVER GREY :& NATURAL .. 2/11 yd FLANNELETTES, 27 inch. Striped .. ' .. .. 1/ yd FLANNELETTE, 31 inch, Striped ' ... .. .. 1/6 yd FLANNELETTE, 33 inch, Striped '.. .. 1/S yd FLANNELETTE, 36 inch, Striped .. .. ,.. ...... I. .. 1/11 yd FLANNELETTE, 27 inch, White .. .... .... . . .. ... 10id yd FLANNELETTE, 30 inch, White 1/3 yd FLANNELETTE, 36 inch. White'v. ".. ;. ..; .. .. 1/6 & 1/11 yd DARK GREY STORM FLANNELETTES 1/ & 1/6 yd DRESS FLANNELS, 2S inch, Navy, Drown, Mole, Putty, Mauve, King fisher and 'Rose, 3/11 yd. ALSO A SPLENDID RANGE OF DRES...

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EVERY VOTE NEEDED. ELECTORS' IMPORTANT DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 2 May 1925

EVERY VOTE NEEDED. ELECTORS' IMPORTANT DUTY. (By M. DIXON.) LThe mutter contained in the follow ing article is inserted as correspon dence, and does not necessarily indicate the policy o£ the paper.] Those who realise that Parliamen tary action is absolutely necessary to redress many of the wrongs which have been inflicted on rural N.SAV. by the failure of successive govern ments to spend money outside of Syd ney should also realise that pious hopes will not mend matters. At the polling booth on May 30th the electors will have an opportunity to stop the rot which has been grip-* ping this State for a number of years. If they shirk their duty they will have only themselves to blame if future Parliaments are 110 better than past ones. It is no use regretting the mis takes of the past; the only sensible course is for every person qualified to vote to visit 'the ballot-box, and exercise his or her right. Country residents are invariably apathetic when the final day comes; they endeavour...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 2 May 1925

MP 60LDSBRQUGH, MORT'4 CO. Ltd., SVDWEV. WOOL & PRODUCE BROKERS, FAT STOCK SALESMEN STOCK &' STATION AGENTS K* t 7nL UIBUa ADVANCES HIGHEST PRICES AMD PROMPT RETURHS Writ* ftr WAYBILLS UBIL8 and MARKET REPORTS. K- do L. OUDMORE, Mah«g*r. OHA8. HOPE, Asst. Manager. "D RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO ¥3 JARADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RAD'-O Ll» 11 ARE YOU ON THE AIR LINE? 11 C£ CC CC CC I I Broadcasted Radio Waves are flashed through I I 22 vour homes each day. lleeeive them through 22 << " A RADIOLA. << It will make life a greater joy. Made by | | oo The Amalgamated Wireless (Aus- oo 5° • firalasia) Ltd. Demonstrations Given. DC CC CC CC ^ H. W. PINKERTON, ^ S3 AGENT, CEOOKWELL. Is << ' << CC CC cccc |> RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO a > Xi RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO lA> f S. A. BURSTS, ^ . TIMBER MERCHANTS &am...

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The Tarlga Erbo. SATURDAY, MAY 2. 1925. LOCAL and GENERAL. TARALGA RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 2 May 1925

%\z Santlga feljcr. SATURDAY, "MAY 2. 1925. LOCAL and GENERAL. 1 TAR ALGA RAILWAY. This • line is nearing completion, and tlie official opening ceremony .is expected to take place in September. .The earthworks have been completed some time and the different railway ■stations are practically finished with the exception ot a little more metall ing. .Plate-laying is proceeding sat isfactorily and within a few weeks, weather permitting., a greater por tion of the work will be finished.

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 2 May 1925

PERSONAL. Mrs. Allnut, of the Bank of N.S. Wales, Taralga, lias been confined to. ' her room for the past fortnight as a result of an attack of bronchitis. » • » Mrs.' J. Chalker, who is suffering from an injured side, is at present being treated in St. John of God's Hospital, Goulburo. • • * . Mrs. W. B. Chesher, who has for some, time been suffering from face trouble, is receiving attention in Syd- ' ney. ♦ « * Mr. M. Croke, of Eichlands, who has been in a poor state of health for quite a long time, is still in a very indifferent condition."

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THE NEED FOR LOYALTY. TRUSTWORTHY MEN IN THE FIELD [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 2 May 1925

THE NEED FOE LOYALTY. TRUSTWORTHY MEN IN THE FIELD \ (By M. DIXON.) (The.-matter contained in the follow ing article is inserted as correspon dence, and does not .necessarily indicate the policy of the paper.] The Goulburn electorate covers a very wide area and is a particularly difficult one to work. It is different to some of tlie city constituencies in which a man can light a cigar at one end, and still he smoking it when he reaches ■ the other. In conducting-their campaign in this electorate the Progressive candidates will cover as much ground as possible There may, however, be some places at which tliey will be unable to ad dress the electors, and others which they will visit quite early in the cam paign, and be uiiable to return to be fore polling day. It is clearly the duty of the elec tors in such parts to he loyal to the Progressive candidates, who will prove earnest and active workers on their behalf if returned to Parliament. Many seats have been won at diff erent times b...

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