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RAIN! TARALGA RECEIVES A SOAKING. NEARLY SIX INCHES IN 24 HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 16 May 1925

RAIN! TARALGA RECEIVES A SOAKING. NEARLY SIX INCHES IN 24 HOURS. After threatening for several days during which light showers fell, heavy rain started to fall on Satur day night and continued without in termission until Sunday night, 570 points being registered during that time. At Chatsbury over six inches fall. The rain has thoroughly soaked the ground and will do incalculable good and will relieve the farmers and stockowners of serious trouble.. "Water for domestic purposes in many instances in the town had giv en out, and householders were using water from springs, which have al ways been Taralga's standby in dry seasons. Since writing the above a further fall of an inch has been registered. Readers, did you ever hear of the young husband who chopped down all the trees around his house because his wife said she wanted a little son?

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GROW MORE CROPS! [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 16 May 1925

GROW MORE cpOPS . "With the advent of a railway ser vice to Taralga at an early date far mers should adopt the slogan "Grow More Crops." Don't listen to, the doleful pessimist who's parrot cry is that the railway will not benefit the district. It will—if the farmers do their part. Sow now.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REDUCED. MIGRANT'S PASSAGE MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 16 May 1925

REDUCED. MIGRANT'S PASSAGE MONEY. • The following new arrangements , have been made by the Federal Gov ernment in regard to passage rates of migrants:— Children under 12, free; children over 12 and umder 17. £5/10/; chil dren over 17 and under 19, £11; mar ried migrants, accompanied' by one or more children (children according to age as above), £11 each; domes tics, £11; other migrants, £10. Nominations may be made by friends or relatives. This alteration means a great saving to the migrant. Previously children over 12 to 15 paid £1G/10/. Saving is £11 on each child. Over 15, paid £22. New agreement, means a saving o£ £11. Others paid £22. New agreement shows a saving in the case of mar ried migrants and families of £11 for each adult. In regard to domes tics and other migrants, a saving of £5/10/ each. Printed and Published by Robert John Winning, of "Taranaki," ■ Marsdeu-street, Crookwell, for the Proprietors, It. J. Winning & Son.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HORSE-BREEDING. A NEGLECTED INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 16 May 1925

HORSE-BREEDING. A NEGLECTED INDUSTRY. A praiseworthy attempt is being . made by the New South Wales branch , j of the Commonwealth. Clydesdale Horse Society to stimulate the breed ing of horses for draught purposes. It is realised that various reasons may be assigned to account for the neglect to breed and improve the standard of horse breeding and' ac tion is being taken by the publication of concisely written pamphlets, in an endeavour to alter these conditions in the future. The view is expressed in one of these leaflets that owing to the large number of young men, who went from stations and farms to join in the world conflict, horse-breeding opera tions in Australia were curtailed. At the close of the war in 191S, droughty conditions were setting in and this reduced breeding in that year, and the following. The third reason which led to the neglect of horse-breeding ■was the idea that motor power will entirely supersede the horse. On this last point, it considered that evidence ...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. LANG'S BAIT. BELATED INTEREST IN THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 16 May 1925

MR. LANG'S BAIT. BELATED INTEREST IN THE COUNTRY. (By M. DIXON.) LThe matter, contained in the follow ing article is inserted as correspon dence, and does >11 ot necessarily indicate the policy of the paper.] The policy speech of Labor, deliver ed by the leader, Mr. Lang, the other weelr. probably contains more promises than any previous ,one in the history of polities in N.S.W. It sounds nice to promise things. In private and business life it encour ages friendships which endure, provid ed some, at least, of the promises are fulfilled. It does the same in politics; but once let an individual or party make promises which afterwards, for no very good reason, remain unfulfill ed, and the reaction is such that the electors will never be caught again. •What the average country elector will want to ask the Labor leader, and the various party candidates is why the anxiety which is now displayed concerning land settlement and other rural-interests was not evinced years, ago, when the pa...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOOL REPORT Schute, Bell & Co., Ltd., report under date 7th May:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 16 May 1925

WOOL REPORT Schute, Bell & Co., Ltd., report un der date 7th May:— The. wool season, is, at the moment, in a, state of flux, and any comment thereon would he merely the wind. ■ The London sales show signs of petering out through lack of compe tition, the Brisbane sales have been abandoned, and only the first stage has heen reached in consideration as to what is the best course to adopt in Australia as regards the fairly large quantity of unoifered wool still in store. The National Council of Brokers deliberated on Wednesday, but defer red coming to any decision pending a conference with the Woolgrowers' Association to-day, 'the intervening annual meeting of Bawra yesterday being responsible for the deferred conference It certainly does appear probable on review of the main factors in the unparalleled situation that has aris en, that sales throughout Australia will be suspended. The decision of the conference is awaited with quite, unusual interest and concern not on ly by .A...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMBEYAN CAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 16 May 1925

WOMBEYAN CAVES. In reply to representations made   regarding the matter of supplying   electricity and water at Wombeyan Caves. Mr. M. F. Morton has received a communication from the Public Works Department stating that it is proposed to substitute oil engines at an estimated cost of £1700, for the hydro scheme. The power scheme has been abandoned, and the matter of the domestic water supply is to be dealt with separately.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Widows and Deserted Wives MR. MUTCH'S FALSE STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 30 May 1925

Widows and Deserted Wives MR. MUTCH'S FALSE*STATEMENT. Mr. T. D. Mutch, M.L.A. (who was formerly Minister lor Educationsin the Dooley-Lang Government) has taken it upon himself to question the accur acy ol' the Premier's statement con cerning assistance given by the pres ent Government to widows and de serted wives towards the support of their children. In the first place Mr. Mutch claims credit for initiating the Child Welfare Act which was passed during the National Government's term of office. The fact is that the necessity lor consolidating the sever al Acts under which the Department formerly operated had been brought under notice long before even Mr. James's term of office. Officers of the Department regarded it as an abso lute necessity for the proper fulfilment of the Department's purpose and in order to facilitate administration. Several suggested amendments of the Act had been prepared and Mr. Bruntnell, Nationalist Minister for Education, has always given Mr. Mutch his me...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 30 May 1925

AT GOLSPIE DANCE Friday Next, 5th June • In aid of Graithwaite Hospital. (Mrs.) P. S. BOYS, Hon Sec.. TARALGA PICTUHE8 Saturday, 30th May (ELECTION DAY): "Ladies to Board" TOM MIX TOM MIX Wo have seen Tom in a pub, we've seen' hiai ill a store, sve'vo scan him in the mountains; but who thought Tom would bo left a Ladies Boarding House aud have to run it. COME AND SEE HIM. ' "'ENVIRONMENT9' In which ALICE LAKE AND MILTON SILLS assume the Leading Roles. A story of the Under-World of Chicago. Sally Dolan known to thu police and the night birds of Chicago as'* Chicago Sal," wins through crime and peril to love aud decent environment. Adults, 2/-. Children, under 15 years, 9d^> FOE THE— Best Fruit in Season ALSO Vegetables THY COMINO BROS., Telephone, 26. TARALGA. FOR SALE . gPRING. CART; cany 16cwt., 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 ...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Mr. Jack Byrne Farewelled. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 30 May 1925

Mr/Jack Byrne Farewelled. ■_ A.pleasant evening was spent at the Rich|ands Hotel on Wednesday even ing last, the occasion being a send off to Mr. Jack Byrne by members- of the Band, of which the guest waB a mem ber. There were also present represent atives of the cricket and football clubs. Owing to the short notice that the guest received of his taking up duties In the Railway Department (Traffic Branch) at Bowral there was not sufficient time to obtain the co operation of the various sporting bod ies with which Jack was actively as sociated. However, representatives of the bodies were present, and with a full roll up of Band members a most happy time was spent. ; Mr. Alex Milne, who presided, apol ogised for the secretary of the Band, :Mr. C. P. Goodliew, who was indis posed, and also for Mr. Roy Menzies and Mr. H. Blay. The chairman -pleasingly referred to Mr. Byrne's work as a member of the Band and his ability as a cricket . er, footballer and athlete generally. During Jack's t...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR. MARK MORTON, M.L.A. "Gratitude" writes:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 30 May 1925

MR. MARK MORTON, M.L.A. i : 'Gratitude"' \rrites:— • • Electors who take a keen interest ;iir their districts advancement ^should give their loyal support to Mr. j Morton, -who has. devoted his" energy in helping to' place Taralga on • the -map. We are indebted to him for . unite a numbe of reforms. Some of ''•these were promises made many years ' 'ago and were only "brought into effect by the .efforts of Mr. Morton. •~ The railway, notwithstanding what , lias-been said to the contrary, stands as a monument to Mr. Morton's un tiring energy. ' The schools at Bullio, Yorkborough, and the re-opening of the school at Yalbraitli are other evid ences of- our member's persistency. It does not matter what brand of pol ities, Mr. Morton belongs to lie is worthy of consideration at the ballot box on the 30th instant, and' 1 trust that electors will he loyal to a man who has shown his loyalty to the dis trict he represents. ...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Correspondence. [We do not necessarily endorse the views expressed hereunder.] THE PROGRESSIVE PARTY. "Landseeker" writes:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 30 May 1925

Correspondence. [We do not necessarily endorse the views expressed hereunder.] THE PROGRESSIVE PARTY. !■ ..."Landseeker"' writes:— . .1 attended Mr. Howarth's meeting i at Taraiga on Monday evening last expecting to hear a sound policy re garding land settlement in view .of the fact that the | Progressive Party de clares that they are in favour, of clos er settlement] and the settlement of men on • the land. '■■Now, as a matter,of fact, the Pro gressives are affiliated with the Graz iers' Association, five of whose mem bers are ;on'the central .committee. • These graziers, or large landowners, many of them, are' naturally hostile to a land policy that would mean the redemption of their estates and the throwing :bpen and subdivision of .Crown .lands, which are at present 'held, in •many instances, by graziers for a few shillings per acre per year rental, and in order to allow their mas ters to carry on the Progressive Party is''hoodwinking the electors in .to;'the belief that they ar...

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Correspondence. (To the Editor, "Echo.") [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 30 May 1925

Correspondence. (To the Editor, "Echo. Sir,—rl would be'grateful if you . would insert in -your widely-read A newspaper the following letter to the ^ residents of Taralga and district:— Just q. word or two on ttie subject of sticking to your own. town. Now, what I refer to is that although you love your town, still when it does not improve and advance you wonder" ->% why. -You hear of other towns .not so <. happily situated as Taralga,. flourish- * ' ing and going ahead in leaps; and bounds, and you ask yourself "how.:is..i it our own little town is at a standvi /■ stiii?" y, •. Well, now, I-will tell you the reason in my opinionCompetition is the «dul . of trade. That is quite'alright..:-'-.But when you will insist on purchasing j!-'~ goods Irani,people who do not-live in the district: reither da they support ?t in any way—in fact the. money goes away from the town altogether— you do a- great injustice to your lo- i cal storekeepers and business folk. . T • The loral ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 30 May 1925

I FOR ALL YOUR JOB | PRINTING .... I I The "Echo" Offers I The Best Service. LET US GIVE YOU A QUOTE. R. J. WINNING & SON, Proprietors. 'Tel. 72. Crookwell. This story is told ol a biBhop and a dull boy. It was at confirmation and'the boy was asked the question: "Wlien are the cows milked?" His reply was: "Every morning and even ing, every Sunday and every Holy .Day, and particularly in time of temp tation and danger."—V.J.C. Woods' Groat Peppermint Cure, For* Coughs and Colds, never fails.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 30 May 1925

First aid for coughs, colds & Inlluenza Woods' - Great Peppermint Cure.

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WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 30 May 1925

WIT AND HUMOR. We would like to remind readers, particularly those who are interested in new works,' that there is a new book just out—"The Great Expectora tion," by Mrs. Spit Rivers. ». » * ^QUITE POSSIBLE. Steve: "Not so long ago I saw a Btrong man lift and hold up three big pianos." Dent: '"Siiotliing, I saw a girl lift-' her skirt when she got on a.''bus and hold up three tram cars." • * *' "FILOSOPHY." . 'When.your best.girl sends "oceans of love" it is time to grab a life pre: server. , • u'. * • * What is the difference between i grasshopper and a grass widow? No difference. They'll both jump it the first chance.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 30 May 1925

FOR SPORTING PAPERS— Referee, Arrow, also Sunday Times — the World's Greatest Magazine, a volume of reading matter at a nominal cost. COMITO BROS., Telephone 20.. . TARALGA. Radiola Wireless ReceivmglSets BUILT BY THE AMALGAMATED WIRELESS (AUST.), LTD., THE PIONEER WIRELESS ORGANISATION OF AUSTRALASIA. LATEST PRICE LIST. RADIOLA CRYSTAL RECEIVERS £3/15/, £5/12/6 RADIOPHONE TWO-VALVE RECEIVERS, £15, £22/16/6, £24/10/. MARCONI PHONES £25, £26/13/6 RADIOLA FOUR-VALVE SETS £47/10/, £58 RADIOLA SUPER SIX VALVE SETS, complete, including Loud Speaker, £90, £91/10/. RADIOLA SUPER, In Sheraton Cabinet, making a fine piece of fur niture for the home, £140, £141/10/. The Radiola Sur-er (Six Valves) is ^lie last word ill Radio and in corporates the most advanced ideas of the science. No outside aerial or earth wires need he used with these sets and will give equally as goftd results in the home or in the open. ' With my Radiola four-valve demonstrating set I receive the foll owing Australian Br...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 30 May 1925

rkUR STOCKS OF THESE ARE NOW COMPLETE AND WE QUOTE v A FEW LINES WHICH WILL STAND COMPARISON: — BLANKETS. WHITE, 54 x 72 .. ... I. 33/6 p'r WHITE, 63 X SI •• 43/6 pr WHITE, 72 x 90 • .. .. 52/6 & 59/6 pr WHITE, 81 X 99 .. ' ... .. .... V. .. ; 67/6 pr GREY; 54 x 72 .. .. ...>.»•» .. ... ... 29/6 & 32/6 pr GREY, 63 x. 81 ..V .. v.--.'.: 37/6 & 42/6 pr GREY, 72 x 90 .. .. .. ; .-.f. .<• 45/6 & 50/ pr FLANNELSt-DARK GREY, S1LVER.GRI2Y & NATURAL .. 2/11 yd FLANNELETTES, 27 inch. Striped -. . . .. ' : If- yd FLANNELETTE, 31 inch, Striped ... ... .. .. .. 1/6 yd FLANNELETTE, 33 inch, Striped .. .... ... .. 1/S, yd FLANNELETTE, 36 inch, Striped'.. 1/11 yd FLANNELETTE, 27 inch, White ...... V. '. . .. . . .. 10id yd FLANNELETTE, 30. inch, White i:. J: .. v. .. .... .. 1/3 yd FLANNELETTE, 36 inch, White 1/6 & 1/11 yd DARK GREY STOR.M FLANNELETTES.. .. .. 1/. & 1/G yd DRESS FLANNELS, 2S inch, Navy, Brown, Mole, Putty, Mauve...

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SCHOOL TEACHER FINED CANED CHILD ON ARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 30 May 1925

.SCHOOL TEACHER FIN CANED CHILD ON ARMS. The thrashing of a child in the Howe's Valley Public School had a se quel in the Singleton Police Court, when Edward John White (20), a school teacher, was charged with unlawfully assaulting Wilga Helen Morton, a child under the age of'13 years. Evidence showed that oil April 28 defendant caned the child twice on the arms. Dr. Barfton said that when he ex amined the child on April 29 there were five weals on the right arm and three on the left. Mr. Fletcher, P.M., in fining defen dant £5, with .£!)/8/7 costs, or two months' imprisonment, said that he hoped, in the event of defendant re maining in the teaching profession, the Education Department would re move him from Howe's Valley.

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The [?]. SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1925. LOCAL and GENERAL. POSTPONED STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 30 May 1925

®In ®undp ©rijcr. SATURDAY, MA^ 30, 1925. LOCAL and GENERAL. POSTPONED STOCK SALE. ■; , Messrs. O. H. Fnrner <fe Co. intimate .that their, special stock sale will- be . ' " held at .the Goiilbiirn yards on Thurs .(lay, 11th June. " The sale: has been postponed until the above'date ,owing ■; ; to the' floods and further 1 prediction ol rain. , , • ;

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