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LABOR'S PROMISE. ATTEMPT TO SWAY THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 16 May 1925
LABOR'S PROMISE. ATTEMPT TO SWAY THE COUN TRY. (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.] If he but knew it, Mr. J. T. Lang (N.S.W. Labor leader)) paid the greatest compliment possible to the country in his recent pilicy speech when lie included a string of dazz ling promises of what his party will do for the man on the land, if re turned to power. What every country elector is now asking is whether Labor lias only just discovered that the country has prob lems which require urgent attention or whether it has realised that to se cure victory on May 30th it must win the support of the small farmer by out promising both the Progressives and Nationalists. If the former, it says very little for the Statesmanship of Labor that it should have failed to observe the stagnation which has been gripping country affairs in recent years. If the latter, then Labor will be very serio...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 16 May 1925
| PERSONAL. i. • Mr. W. E. Alders, of "Omaru," Ban naby, who was reported in this jour nal as having been operated on ' in tlie Parramatta Hospital, is progress ing most satisfactorily. » » » 1 Mrs. A. E. Swan,_who was confined to her room for several days suffer ing from bronchitis, is much better. « » » Mr. and Mrs. John Ross, of "Hara pool," Taralga, are also on the sick list.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 16 May 1925
LIVING ROOM FURNITURE AS ILLUSTRATED 200—SIDEBOARD,. 4ft. wide, high nrirrqr back, large cupboard with shelf, 2 drawers. "Made of Oak. £11/7/6. 201—DINING ROOM SUITE, comprising 2 Ann Chairs and 6 Sriiall Chairs, movablo seats, upholstered in best quality fabricoid. Made of Oak. £7/10/. , 202—DINING TABLE, 3ft. x 5ft. Gin., Heavy tapered Oak legs and Pine top. £3/15/. , All Goods Packed Free of Charge and Delivered Free 011 Kail Goulburn. 220—SIDEBOARD, 5ft. wide, mirror back. 3 drawers, 3 cupboards, and recess, panel doors. Made of Oak. £19/10/. 221—DINING ROOM SUITE, comprising 2 Arm Chairs and G Small Chairs, cabriole legs, movable spring seats, upholstered in best quality fabricoid. Made of Oak. £11/10/. 222—DINING TABLE, 3ft. 6in. x 5ft. 6iu., 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 placing your orders else...
HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 16 May 1925
HERE AND THERE. The heavy rain which fell at the • week-end was most welcome. Many residents, were short of water. * * ♦ A prominent British shipping man ager say's: "At Sydney to load 8000 to 9000 tons of wheat is just about 100 per cent, dearer than at any other known port. No doubt owing to your labor unions." • * • . Mr. C S. Bradbury will offer two very desirable properties at Mudie's Hotel, Taralga, on Saturday next, May 16th. at 1.30 p.m. The properties to be submitted are Oak Range, under instructions from Mr. Wallace Flem ing, arid Jerrong, on account Mrs. Mary'McLean. • * » Such is the demand for Education facilities that gaols are giving way to schools. This statement was made by the Minister for Education, Mr. Bruntnell when he officially opened the new additions to the Arnsliffe school on Saturday last. The cost of the additions is £5678. » » » Mr. Chas. S. Bradbury will conduct a stock-sale at Mudie's yards, Taral ga. on Saturday next, May 16th. 500 mixed sheep apd 40 ...
SHOT IN ANKLE. MR WALTER HOWARD SER. IOUSLY INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 16 May 1925
SHOT IN ANKLE. mr walter howard ser. iouscy injured; 3Mi\ Walter Howard, of Cotta Wal la, is an inmato of the Crookwell and District Cottage Hospital owing to the effects' of a gunshot wound in the ankle. It appears that the victim, with his brothers Albert and Marvyn, was rabbiting in their own paddock yes terday (Tuesday) afternoon, when u gun that was being carried exploded without any apparent reason or warn ing, and, unfortunately, the full charge lodged in Walter's ankle. Tlio injury is of a very serious character and may possibly mean the amputation of the foot. «
Grookwell Trots. SPLENDID CONTESTS [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 16 May 1925
Grookweil Trots. SPLENDID CONTESTS The weatlier on Saturday last mili tated against a big attendance at tlie second autumn meeting under the auspices of the Crookwell Trotting' Club. The racing throughout was ex cellent and from a racing point of view those who consistently follow, the trots say that it was. one o£ the best meetings held by the Crookwell Club. The stipe, had occasion to repri mand some o( the riders for incon sistent running. As usual Mr. Jim Fahey, of the Laggan Hotel, had the publican's booth, and as customary looked after the wants of the thirsty. Following are the, results:— TRADE AND SULKY TROT—1£ m. O. Cummins's Forest Patchen, 60 . yds bhd (J. Munro) 1 Mr. W. H. Searl's Huoii Cleve, 120yds bhd (Naughton) .... 2 • Mr. D. Price's Chatsbury, 40yds bhd 3 , Betting: 2 to 1 on Forest Patchen, 3 to 1 others. v FLYING HANDICAP—1'mile. F. Hewitt's Capella, 10yds bhd (owner) -• . 1 ■ Mr. N. Price's Gurrundah Belle, 20yds bhd (owner) 2 Mr. G. Millsom's Steel Pic," 50yds...
"HUTCHINSON'S MAGAZINE." [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 16 May 1925
"HUTCHINSON'S MAGAZINE." This month's issue- contains a num ber of particularly good stories. "The Moorland Tragedy." by ' Baroness Orczy, is a story full of mystery, in which "The Old Man in the Corner" explains a mysterious drama of love and jealousy, having in the back ground Antonio Vissio, mi Italian, and his fiancee, Winnie Gooden. Tilings run smoothly until Gerald Molville comes home from Argentine, but Antonio was not the man to run in double harness, and his fiery sou thern blood rose in revolt against any thought of rivalry. The story is 'thrilling from beginning to end. "The Stranger Within Her Gates," by Gilbert Frankau, is a story of love and crime told with all the skill and ingenuity of this famous author, and tells of Jack Middleton who ac cepts a post with Sir Harold Blenk inson, and of what happens when he meets the pretty wife of Sir Harold. "System," by Charles Arnison, is an original crook story with an in genious dramatic ending, and is a story well worth readi...
Scotch Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 16 May 1925
Scotch Concert. The concert held on Thursday ev ining, 7th instant, in the Federal Hall m aid of the Taralga Presbyterian Manse, was a pronounced success. The hall, notwithstanding, the in clement weather, was well-filled by an appreciative audience. The items 011 the lengthy pro gramme were contributed by Goul burn and local artists. The visiting artists were Misses' Rolf, Higgins, Jean McDonald, and Messrs. Cooper, Dickson, Hill and Burgess, the local singers being Mrs. Delves (Myrtle ville), Miss Jess'ie Keith and Messrs. A. L. Allnut, J.. H. Dale, E. Croke, M. Finlayson, Cameron Bros., and Mas ter Rep. Croker "(Golspie), who con tributed a violin solo. Every item was well received and encores were frequent. Mr. Dickson, as the musical tramp, was very good indeed, whilst Mr. A. L. Allnut, the local comedian, brought the house down with his items. Miss Rolf aHd Miss Higgins also supplied the comic element to great advantage. A social followed the concert, and for this the Music wa...
The Wool Market. FUTURE ANYTHING BUT BRIGHT. The Secretary, Farmers & Graz iers' Co-op. Co. writes, 5th inst:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 16 May 1925
The Wool Market. FUTURE ANYTHING BUT BRIGHT. The Secretary-, Farmers & Graz I iers' Co-op. Co. writes, 5th inst:— At our sale on the 29th April we submitted a generally attractive sel ection of wools from New England district and Southern Tablelands, with a sprinkling from the Central West' and Monaro. Our catalogue in cluded a good proportion of clips of fine quality, but many, . particularly those from the South, carried a good deal of condition. We found fairly general competi tion from the various Continental sec tions of buyers, with . a particularly keen French demand, more especially for wools of superfine spinning qual ity, of which there were iu our cat alogue a larger proportion than has been • noticed recently. There was more inquiry from the German and other Continental sections than at the. earlier sales last week, more particu larly in the* case of skirtings, which benefited accordingly. Yorkshire op erators were buying only sparingly, and the same applies to t...
WIT AND HUMOR. MODISH MODESTY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 16 May 1925
WIT AND HUMOR. MODISH MODESTY. "I want to try on that gown In tho window." , "Soffy,' madam, but you'll have to use the dressing room." » * * THERE'S SOME SCENTS TO THIS ONE. "Maggie, - your young man Has a terrible air of broggocio about him." '■Yes. ma'am, I know; the poor guy works in a stable." • * • THE DIFFERENCE. The gum-chewing girl and the cud cliewing cow; There is a difference you will allow. What is the difference Oh, I have it now; It's the thoughtful look oh the face of the cow. * * » , DEUCE'S WILD. "I told Smith she'd play the deuce if he married her." "What's happened now?" "Twins." . *. * • "I see Frank has a new runabout." "Yes, he met her last night." • » • She: "What do you boys talk about after the dance?" He: "The same things as J'ou girls talk about." She: "How horrid of you." » » * There is one thing that you can't keep down and that is the rising gen eration. I USE THE HOSE ON 'EM. Dear girls, we admire your powder-; ed nose, We enjoy your Southern Island c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 16 May 1925
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PRODUCTIVE FRIESIAN COW. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 16 May 1925
PRODUCTIVE F.RIES1AN COW. Lady Forbes Vecman (imp.), a Frie sian cow which was recently sent from this State to Western Austral ia. has just established a record in that State. Under official test at four years old in 365 days she gave 20.130 lb milk and 660.241b butter-fat. She yielded 3!)lb of milk ou the last day of the test, notwithstanding the fact that she was due to calve six weeks after the termination of the test. This is the first cow of any breed to give 2000 gallons of milk in one year in Western Australia. .
FARM & STATION. CASEIN MANUFACTURE.—VALUABLE DAIRY BY-PRODUCT. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 16 May 1925
FARM & STATION. CASEIN MANUFACTURE.—VALU ABLE DAIRY BY-PRODUCT. The suppliers to the Murwillumbah casein factory have agreed to supply Milk Industries, Ltd., with curd, the company to tie allowed /I a lb manu facturing costs, suppliers to receive the proceeds of the sale of the finish ed product. The sales are to be made .through the North Coast Co-operative Co., Ltd., and the farmers are to wait for their money until the products are sold oversea. It was explained that the supply of casein was greater than the demand locally. This was due in a great measure to the fact that, owing to the long-continued wet Weather, manufacturers of three-ply timber 011 the North Coast had had to curtail operations. Mr. H. E. Cottee (general manager of the company) said that while the local demand for casein had slumped, there were indications that the price oversea was likely to rise. One firm ■ in England was prepared to take from 200 to 1000 tons' o£ casein yearly. Far mers could purchase...
COMMERCIAL. CROOKWELL SPECIAL SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 16 May 1925
COMMERCIAL. CROOKWELL SPECIAL SALE. Messrs. O. H. Furner & "Co. report having yarded at their special sale last Thurs. 3000 sheep aud 250 head of cattle. There was a fair attend ance of buyers present, both from lo cal and outside centres. Sheep realised the following prices-.: Merino wethers, 23/4 to 24/1; Mer ino ewes, 21/3; comeback ewes, to 22/; Merino lambs, 17/9 to 20/5; come back lambs, to 20/; aged Merino ewes. S/ to 13/4. Cattle.—Fat cows from £5 to £0 5/; steers, 21 years, to £4/5/; heifers, 3 years, £3/4/ to £4/1/; springers, £5/5/ to £7/5/; cows, with calves at fot, £3; vealers, to £2; poddies, 23/ to 20/. We sold on account of the follow ing owners:— ; Messrs. °H. J. Hogan. Churchill Bros., Les Emery, L. T. Nolan, Tim. McCor mack, Ford Bros., Jos. Cummins, Selmes & Sons, Selmes Bros., T. J. Kennedy, H. Berrell, E. R. Macauley, A. A. Mcintosh, Ben. Churchill, Ira McDonald, R. B. Bensley, S. Davy, S. McPaul, Murray Murray, Martin Adams, Allan, OfEley, C. C...
GRAND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 16 May 1925
GRAND CONCERT. ' Mr. "\V. Cony, of Goulburri, is or ganising a concert for the 25th inst. In'the'Federal Hall. The artists will include Hiss Louie Duggan (direct from Fuller's) and Miss Vera Mayo (soprano). These celebrated singers ■ appeared in Taralga at a concert on St. Patrick's Day and received a great reception from the packed house... In addition to these stars, Jolinno (character comedian) and Percy Settle (humorist) will also ap pear. Mr. Corry promises a first class programme, which is a suffici ent guarantee. A dance will follow.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 16 May 1925
LOST. T OST, either in Scots Church grounds or in street, Taralga, Lady's Fawn Handbag. Reward. J. H. DALE, Taralga. WANTED, YX7ANTED, Young Girl to' assist.. - MRS? SULLIVAN. Myrtleville. ROLL UP TO FEDERAL HALL, TARALGA. GRAND CONCERT MONDAY 25th INSTANT MONDAY 25 th INSTANT (Empire Night) RETURN VISIT OF THE CELE BRATED VAUDEVILLE STAR LOUIE DUGGAN (Direct from Fuller's) Assisted by VERA MAYO (Operatic Soprano) JOHOTO (Characteristic Character Comedian) PERCY SETTLE (Humorist) HIGHLAND PIPERS & DANCERS. HIGHLAND PIPERS .& DANCERS. Admission: 3/ and 2/ (plus tax). DANCE WILL FOLLOW, GOOD MUSIC. W. S. CORRY. Organiser. MILITARY GOODS. BYRNES & JEFFERY TARALGA J^ESIRE to inform the Public of Taralga and Surrounding Districts that they have purchased a Supply of Military Goods, comprising:— Overcoats, English and Australian made British Warmers. All these Coats are Dyed, and in Khaki. Transport Mackintoshes, Tunics. Riding Breeches, Slacks (heavy and light), S...