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Chance for Country. LOCAL INDDUSTRIES NEEDED. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 9 May 1925
Chance for Country. LOCAL INDDUSTRIES NEEDED. . (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.] Iu his address at Goulburn last week Col. Bruxner emphasised the necessity for the establishment of secondary industries in the country iu order to encourage increased pop ulation, and provide a bigger market for primary products. There is no denying that the local market is the one that will prove most profitable for the man on the land, and a bigger country population will mean increased business for all who have goods for sale. Sydney at the present time attracts practically, the whole of the State production, and what is not required there is shipped overseas. The result is that the cost to the consumer is vastly in-i creased without the producer deriv-" ing any benefit. The extra handling provjdes an opportunity for the mid dleman to grow rich at the producers' expense. ' A ...
ANCIENT AND MODERN. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 9 May 1925
ANCIENT AND MODERN. All Epping Sunday School teacher after-explainii!,*; to her class of small boys t.l:e M.ory i.f itir Deluge. nsueci of'wliat pvomise o£ God they should be reminded when they saw the rain how. One bright yojth instantly replioa: "Please, teacher, it ain't • gonna to rain no more."
FAT CATTLE. ANTICIPATING THE MARKET. The Secretary, Farmers & Graziers' Co-op. Co. writes under date 28th April:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 9 May 1925
FAT CATTLE. ANTICIPATING THE MARKET. The Secretary, Farmers & Graziers' Co-op. Co. .writes under date 28tli April:— While it is always a matter of con siderable difficulty to forecast what the markets ahead will be (jufet as difficult as weather prophecies), the stock experts of our co-operative or ganisation are fortunately, almost un iversally correct in anticipating per iods when values may be at their best. As an instance last week at Home bush the market was 10/ to 15/ dear er and we sold close on nine hun dred head in which were the follow ing good realisations:— • 20 blks a/c (iunyan Station rail Warialda, to £11/11/ and £10/17/, anil SG steers to £10/4/, avg. £10; 10 blks a/c Hop. W. E. Wearne to £10 8/. avg £10/2/; 20 blks a/c W. H. Abbott ex Dungog to £10/19/, avg. £10/9/1; 20 blks a/c G. and D. Mc Kay, rail Stroud Road. to.£11/3/, avg £10/1S/; 30 blks a/c J. B. Coventry, ex Glen limes, to £12/9/, avg. £10 i/s. , ' On 27th April the market weakened a bit but we obt...
LUCKY NUMBERS, NEWTOWN BAND ART UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 9 May 1925
I LUCKY NUMBERS, NEWTOWN BAND ART UNION. i Owing to the above art union being not fully subscribed, the third and fourth prizes will not be awarded, j Following are the lucky numbers:— 1—52S1G7, 2—44077, 5—G850S4, G— ! S30GS, 7—22580a, 8—92690a, 9— ! G6G3S, 10—57348a, 11628085. 12— : 334242. 13—694103, 14—177722. 15— 1S3S3S, 16—327498, 17—122525, IS— : 720435, 19—67397a, 20—55S345,' 21— : 774204, 22—258361, 23—117974,- 24— 5950S3, 25—87585, 26—515260, 27— ; 24495, 28—18108a, 29—39084, 30— '572410, 31—S219G7, 32—12224a, 33— j 8G484a, 34—551992, 35—S96207, 36— ! 565578, 37—920521, 38—4SG63a, 39— 232497, 40—793054,, 41—450748, 42— . 303SG, 43—747381, 44—23295G, 45— 994 GSO, 46—184361, 47—831559, 4S— 492000, 49—945875, 50—390037, 51— 873176, 52—15363a, 53—8S333, 54— 643006, 55—776230, 5G—59640S. I Mr. A. T. Sutton, 'Antiore," Mus wellbrook, is the winner of the first prize. Second went to Mr. Corquor dale, Summer Hill, fifth to Miss G. | Sullivan, "Advertiser" Office, Wagga, and sixth t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 9 May 1925
Rogers' Quality Furniture LIVING ROOM FURNITURE AS ILLUSTRATED 200—SIDEBOARD, 4It. wide, high mirror back, large cupboard with shelf, 2 drawers. Made of Oak. £11/7/6. 201—DINING ROOM SUITE, comprising 2 Arm Chairs "and G Small Chairs, movable seats, upholstered in best quality fabricoid. Made of Oak. £7/10/. 202—DINING TABLE, 3ft. x 5ft. 6in., Heavy tapered Oak legs and Pine top. £3/15/. ' All Goods Packed Free of Charge and Delivered Free on Rail Goulburn. 220—SIDEBOARD, 5ft. wide, mirror back. 3 drawers, o cupboards, and recess, panel doors. Made of Oak, £19/10/. 221—DINING ROOM SUITED;comprising 2 Arm Chairs dnd 6 Small Chairs, cabriole legs, movable spring seats, upholstered in best quality fabricoid. Made of Oak. £11/10/. 222—DINING TABLE, 3ft. 6in. x 5ft. Gin., Oak, double-edged polished top. .£7/15/. 223—DINNER WAGGON, 3ft. wide, 1 drawer. Made of Oak. £6. If you require Household Furniture of any description, we shall be pleased to receive a visit of inspection before placin...
SAYING A LEG. STRUCK BY BALL ETRAORDINARY CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 9 May 1925
SAYING A LEG. i STRUCK BY BALL ETRAORDINARY CASE. Steady treatment with anti septics every day at Sydney Hospital is saving a man's (eg, and bringing him back to health. The progress . is re markable. ' ' More than six weeks ago, William Christian, wbo was employed oil a farin, was playing cricket at Batlow. He- was long-stop, and attempted to stop with his shins a ball which had been.pitched wide. It struck him on the left ankle. His ankle swelled, and for days poultices were applied, but the injury became more painful. As a last resort lie came to Sydney Hospi tal. He has been in the septic ward ever since, and will remain there for many more weeks. - -The bone of his leg has been treat ed from knee to ankle. Part of the bone had decayed, and was removed. Other' pieces of useless bone still in the leg will find their own way out through the flesh. AMPUTATION FEARED. At one stage, when nearly every treatment had failed, it was feared j that the leg would have to be ainpu- j tated. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 9 May 1925
eOLDSBROOGH, MORT & CO. Ltd., SYDHEY^ WOOL & PRODUCE BROKERS, FAT STOCK SALESMEN STOCK &* STATION AGENTS LIBERAL ADVANCES HIGHEST PRICES AND PROMPT RETURNS Write fir WAYBILLS, LABELS and MARKET REPORTS. K- de L. GUDMORE, Man>g»r. CHA8. HOPE, Asst. Manager.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 9 May 1925
CROOKWELL DIGGERS' BALL NEXT WEDNESDAY. BIGGER THAN EVER! DON'T MISS IT! Winter is now with us TO THE PUBLIC OF TAR ALGA AND DISTRICT—I AM HAVING A SALE OF ALL WINTER STOCKS AT REDICULOUS PRICES. STARTING ON SATURDAY, 16th MAY, AND FINISHING " ON SATURDAY, 23rd MAY Everything will be Reduced 10 to 15 per cent. MEN'S WEAR.— OVERCOATS, SINGLETS, UNDERPANTS. SWEATERS. AND CLOTHING OP ALL SORTS. . DRAPERY.—DRESS FLANNELS AND HEAVY- WINTER TWEEDS, LATEST IN LADIES' WOOLLEN JUMPERS, ALSO CHILDREN'S WOOLLEN FROCKS. ' SPECIALS IN MEN'S HEAVY BOOTS. MONTE S. VILES, N COMMERCIAL STORES, TARALGA.
Mr. Mark Morton at Taralga AN ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 9 May 1925
Mr. Mark Morton at Taralga •ENTHUSIASTIC 'RECEPTION. Mr. M. F. Morton, M.L.A.. held a very successful meeting at the Fed eral Hall, Taralga, on Monday night, •1th inst. Mr. C. S. Bradbury presided and there was a large number of electors present. At the conclusion, of the address a vote of confidence in Mr. Morton was carried on 'the motion of Messrs. T. Corby and J. Francis. Mr. Morton spoke for an hour and a half. - He explained that he was endorsed as a coalition candidate, and was contesting the election again as an opponent of the Socialistic and Communistic parties. He considered that there should be fpr this election only two parties, and it . was a duty he owed to the country, after 24 years' service, to assist- those who would keep the reactionary element out of power. The speaker detailed the work of the late Parliament in restoring the financial position and reducing taxa tion, guaranteeing at the same time a further reduction of £500,000, if the party he was associated w...
Grookwell Trots. HANDICAPS FOR TO-DAY. TRADE AND SULKY TROT—1½ m. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 9 May 1925
Grookwell Trots. HANDICAPS FOR TO-DAY. TRADE AND SULKY TROT—1J Kittaline Scratch Nutboy .. . Scratch •Queen Ajax ; .. Scratch Chatsb'ury .. .... 40vds blirl Forest Patchen .'. .. 60yds bliJ Noel 60yds bhd Huon Cleve'.., .. 120yds bhd FLYING HANDICAP—1 mile. Pliilwood .. .. .. .... Scratch .Facility .. Scratch Capella 10yds bhd Gurrundah Belle .... 20yds bhd Jlabelwood . .. .. .. 40yds bhd Steel Pic ;.. . . .. 50yds bhd DISTRICT HANDICAP—1 mile. Queen Ajax .. .. .. .. Scratch Kittaline .... .. .. Scratch Sunny Wilke ... .. .. Scratch Almula . . . . .. .. 10yds bhd Huon Cleve .. .-. .. 20yds blid Woodland's Jewel ... 50yds bhd CROOKWELL CUP—1J mile. Lady Doris .. .. .. .. Scratch Patch Alf .. .. .. .. Scratch Mountain Rock .. 60yds bhd Facility .. .. .. .. 70yds bhd Pliilwood ..... .. .. 70yds bhd Holmwood SOyds bhd Admiral Alpha .. .. 110yds bhd Feather Top .. .. 110yds bhd Gurrundah Belle ... 120yds bhd Royal .Reserve .. 140yds bhd Co'coannt 140yds bhd Swansea 160yds bhd ENCOURAGE H...
COMPARISONS. SCHOOL WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 9 May 1925
COMPARISONS. SCHOOL WORKS. Mr M. F. Morton, M.L.A., sends us the following list of school works— £50 and over—authorised during the administration o£ the present Govern ment lor the electorate o£ Wollondil lv Mr. Loughlin made his Party's expenditure in this direction a strong noint of his recent speech at Crook well. Just read and compare for yourself. Mr Morton is particularly keen on education audi nforms us that al most every school in the electorate is in first class order. School. Work. Amount. Albion Park, Improvements to School and Residense .. •• '1J11 Austinmer, Residence renova tions, etc .. .. •• •• •• •• Austinmer, Additions .. Barrengarry, painting, and mi provements .. Bargo' new, buildings .. • • • • l«i Berry, add. and remodelling 930 Berry Repairs .... • • • • ; -V Bowral, repairs to manual train ing room .... Bowral, residence repairs .. • • (. Bulli. improvements and reprs. Bulli, additions ..'. .. ...••• ls°' Budgong Gap repairs " Bolong, repairs •• 'X Burrajvon...
The Potato Position. GROWERS ADVISED TO HOLD FOR A WHILE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 9 May 1925
The Potato Position. GROWERS ADVISED TO HOLD ? FOR A WHILE. Sufficient data is now to hand to forecast the current potato season prospects. ^Briefly the position can be summed up as follows:— The New England crop is practii ally a failure owing to there being no summer , weather, and no rain during the flowering period.- Advices from the North show that in most cases growers are digging a • very light crop, and the tubers on the small side necessitating digging up to ten bags to get one bag of graded potatoes. ,• In this case it will be clearly seen that very few potatoes from the North will find their way to the Sydney market, and 111 fact the local crop has been practically Bold out to go' north-west, and. into Queensland. So much for the north. The Western crop is in practically the same position as that of the North, and very few consignments will go Sydneywards. The Southern Tablelands alone will have the only potatoes' available for the Sydney market, and as this crop is also ...
WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 9 May 1925
WOOL SALES. Goldsbrough, Nlort & Co., Ltd., re port under date 28th April: For our sale to-day we submitted a catalogue o£ 2.91G bales, which con sisted chiefly of clips grown on the tablelands of the Northern and Sou thern districts. There was a full attendance of buy ers; all sections being represented. ** As a rule, the lots opened out in bright, attractive condition, but the wool generally was broad in tlio hair, ■carrying-ia good deal of natural grease and fine lots were few and far between Competition for all but the finest Merino awl - crossbred was very irreg ular, and-as compared with values current at the'sales last week there was a distinct tendency to lower levels Pine Merino suffered to the extent of 5 per cent..- and the decline on the stronger haired grades reached to 10 per cent. All grades o£ crossbreds met a weak and irregular demand, and values declined fully 10 to 15 per cent. The general tone of the sales indi cated in no uncertain manner that the bottom...
Preference to Migrants. MR. WEARNE REPLIES TO MR. LANG. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 9 May 1925
Preference to Migrants. MR. WEARNE REPLIES TO MR. LANG. For some time Labor has alleged that farmers' sons hungering for land do not receive any .sympathetic treat ment at the hands of the Government such as do new arrivals. Labor speakers have declared' that Australians seeking land would get all they required if they took a trip to Europe and came back as migrants. The Labor leader (Mr. Lang), in the course of his policy 'speech last week, alleged that preference was being given to migrants in the mat ter of land settlement by the Gov ernment. . ' - "It's false," saiil .Mr: Wearne, Min-'* ister of Lands. "Not one single mi grant has been given a block of Crown land, and to show how false Air. Lang's statements are, I will add that an amendment of the Crown ! Linirts Act was put. through Parlia ment last session providing that when land is made available for mi-, grants it can be only one-tenth of the whole avea thrown open . for settle ment."
POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 9 May 1925
POLITICAL. Mr. AV. Davies, M.L.A. (selected Labor candidate for Wollondilly) and Mr. H. Lazarini, will address the electors in tlie Federal Hall. Tar alga, on Thursday night next.at 7.30 o'clock. A cordial invitation is ex tended to ladies to be present.
TARALGA ECHO. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 9 May 1925
TARALGA ECHO. The proprietors reserve to them selves the right 6i omitting advertise ments received anil paid Tor in the usual course of business if they ap pear to be objectionable. While every care Is taken, uo responsibility is in curred for the non-insertion of adver tisements through accident or other wise. All advertisements charged to ac count must have the number of inser tions clearly marked on the face, also space required, otherwise they will be displayed at our own discretion and treated as "till countermanded" orders and charged accordingly. Advertising Hates:—Casual 3/ per inch single column; contracts by ar rangement for a period of not less than one quarter (13 insertions). Subscribers and advertisers In the country may remit payment by cheques, postal notes, or money orders. Remittance should accompany orders, except in cases where persons are per sonally known to us. Advertisements will be received through the telephone only in urgent cases, aud the proprietors do ...
G. GULLEN TROTS. HOSPITAL MEETING. DOUBLE TO COCOANUT. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 9 May 1925
G. GTJLLEN TROTS. HOSPITAL MEETING. DOUBLE TO COCOANUT. The hospital meeting under.the aus pices of the Gvabbea Oullen Trotting ■Club passed off successfully last Sat urday. Re'sults:— Flying Handicap, 9furs.: Cocoanut 1, Gurrundali Belle 2, Capella 3. Time: 2.57. ....: ^District Handicap, _ 9furs.: Wooclj. boy 1, Almalee 2, Archway 3. Time: 3.12. Ho'spital Handicap, 11furs.: Cocoa nut 1, .Patch Alt' 2, Mountain Rock 3., Time: 3.40. '• A protest was lodged against the winner of this event for alleged gall oping, but was dismissed. Notice Handicap, 9furs.: Laily Dor is 1, Arcliway 2, Huon Cleve 3. Time: 3.15. " . Unho'ppled Handicap, 2 miles: Mountain Rook 1, /Holmwood -2, Silver Band 3. . .xj