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The Gay Challenge Cup. COMPETITION RULES. Following are the rules governing the Gay Challenge Cup, which is now open for competition:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 30 May 1925
The Gay Challenge Gup. COMPETITION RULES. Following are the rules governing the Gay Challenge Cup, which is now open for competition*.— * Rule 1.—The Cup shall be called the Gay. Challenge Cup. . Rule 2.—The Cup is open to all : Junior Clubs within 100 miles o£ Crookwell, /with exception of Dun- , troon Military College. ' ;■ Rule ;s:—All Players must have a residential qualification of' one month and must reside within 20 miles of Club's playing ground. • : Rule 4.—All Challenge mat c lies must be played on Saturdays and . Holidays. Rule 5.—The* Club Challenging hol ders of . the cup must give at least. 7 days' clear notice of such match. Rule 6.—The Cup shall be open for Competition from 1st June to 30th September inclusive in each year. Rule 7—Any Club being the hold- - - ers of the Cup on the 30th September shall remain holders of Cup until ' following season. Rule S.—Any Club holding the Cup after 30th September two years in succession or three years in all be come absolute pos...
DANCE AT GOLSPIE FOR THE GRAYTHWAITE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 30 May 1925
DANCE AT' GOLSPIE FOR THE : - . GRAYTHWAITE HOSPITAL. All announcement appears elsewhere .concerning a dance to be*heldiin the Golspie Hall oil Friday. 5th iniie./in aid- of the incapacitated soldiers in ■the-above* institution. This fuaction should appeal to all those who have an interest 'in the wel fare ot these gallant lads who are so; incapacitated ^as the result of their wounds to be unable to help themsel ves. _ • ■■■:!'• '■ i" r Mrs. F.,.1. Boys is the secretary, and with Golspie's co-operation we..feel sure that the function will.be a most, suqcessful,, one. "'Golspie' has always-^ shown the'happy method of working unitedly and wholeheartedly for any effort which has for its object,the bet-' terment - of mankind or the advance ment -of the' district.
(Published by Arrangement.) ENGLAND AND REVOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 30 May 1925
(Published by Arrangement.) ENGLAND AND REVOLUTION. Criticising some remarks on Prohi bition made by Mr." G. A. L. Fisher, ex-Minister for Education in England, the Naw York "World" says:— Mr. Fisher might have learned from many that men and women,. young boys and young women, are drinking whisky to-day. who never drank beer before the Prohibition went into eff ect. Manufacturers are getting more work out of their employees—and the country is payifig for it in an unpre cedented and sinister contempt for law. More dollars in a few men's pockets—and respect for law_ taken out of the spirit of millions of citi zens. When our recent visitor suggested that the success of the experiment in meddling with the personal tastes and habits of men may compel England to adopt Prohibition, he probably for got the observation of Lloyd George when war-time Prohibition was order ed in America: "If we attempted any thing like it in England to-day we would have revolution to-morrow."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 30 May 1925
Consider our Eurriiture pa the - Quality basis—rthis is the only way to judge furniture value. Every Suite and every piece is built by expert'craftsmen of sound, seasoned timber, specially selected for its grain'effects. Whether you are furnishing a new home or replacing old furniture, we can help you to the best return on your outlay, and cordially invite your enquiries^ The Bedroom Suiteis illustrated here are of the very latest design, distinctive In appearance and heautiiully finished. PRICE LIST. ' 37; 4ft 6in Wardrobe with liat shelf and lull hanging £pace; 3ft Gin Dressing Table and Pedestal Cup board. Made of beautifully-figur er Queensland Maple, with richly ■inlaid panels. Waxed finish, £30. 38. 5ft Wardrobe. with 3 doors, two ■ thirds hanging space and one-third fitted with shelves; 3ft Gin Dress • ing Table -and . Pedestal Cupboard. .. Made of .figured Maple, with richly • inlaid panels. Waxed finish £37/10/ 39. 4ft 6in Wardrobe, 2 Mirror doors,&lt; full hanging ...
HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 30 May 1925
I HERE AND THERE. Good progress is\reported regarding mining operations now being prosecut ed in the Wheeo district. ■ * * « At the Crookwell sales on Friday last sheep were, in some instances, 6/ per head better than previous ruling rates. '* *' » To-day Saturday you will'be expect ed to cast your vote in favour of the men you wish to see representing you in the State Parliament. * * * _ To the person with ordinary intell igence it should not be a difficult • matter to decide for whom to vote. ■ » » » One thing you should remember is that unless you vote for at least three your vote will be informal and value . less. . You can vote for the whole batch in the order of your preference if .you wish. Figures—not crosses— must be placed in the squares. * * * ' j - No time is being lost in the estab lishing of the Ford Motor Works at Geelong (Victoria). The first sod on the factory site was turned on Friday Within a fortnight 100 men will be employed. The first consignment of machinery w...
GOLSPIE DISTRICT EXHIBIT AT TARALGA SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 30 May 1925
GOLSPIE DISTRICT EXHIBIT TARALGA SHO.W.; In connection with' this I desire to', make a somewhat belated statement.". It was quite believed at the time that a number of articles in the exhibit , were removed from the pavilion by dishonest means.- The committee.at its meeting on Fricjay evening found . after a discussion that any such state ments were erroneous, the missing . exhibits eventually turning up in un-' expected places, due to the hurry and . confusion of removing a large exhib-. it. The committee deeply regrets that any charges of pilfering were ever ' mentioned, and trusts that tliose' in- 'i terested will kindly accept their ex pressions of regret and that the har- " mony between the A., P. and H. So- . ciety and our own little committee > will never ba. interrupted. "
GOLSPIE. (From our correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 30 May 1925
GOLSPIE. (Prom our correspondent.) A meeting of those interested in the i district show was held on Friday ev I ening. The hon. secretary, Mr. J. A. • Marmont, stated that Jie had received ; a cheque tor £10/10/ from the Tar alga Society, being the amount won at the recent exhibition'.- Several ac counts for expenditure incurred in staging the exhibit were passeod for , payment from the amount received, I and on the motion of Major Twynam Sit was arranged to. place the balance to the credit of the committee in the Savings Bank. It was decided to again compete for the prize from .this centre in the event of the Taralga A., P.o and H. Society running a similar competition at next year's show. Ma j jor Twynam and Mr. J. A. Marmont were appointed delegates to interview the Taralga committee on the question of district boundaries and other de tails in connection with the district competition. A hearty vote of thanks was accorded Major Twynam for his splendid work, in organising and- stag...
First Preferences. HOW TO USE THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 30 May 1925
First Preferences. HOW TO USE THEM. (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.] On the eve of polling day it is op portune to remind the electors that in order that the Progressive Party might receive the full value of the votes cast in its favour the first three preference es should go to the three Progress ive candidates. -So far as the party is concerned it does not undertake to advise the elec tors in which order to place the num bers .against individual candidates. It is concerned solely with seeing that i they do not, through any error of judgment, give their preferences to other than Progreccive nominees. It is inevitable that each candidate will have his own particular support ers but it is urged that after they give him number 1 vote, numbers 2 and 3 should be given tothe other Progress ive candidates. in this way .the movement to secure proper representation in...
FOOTBALL. TARALGA v. CROOKWELL. WIN FOR CROOKWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 30 May 1925
FOOTBALL. TARALGA v. CROOKWELL. WIN FOR CROOKWELL. Taralga footballers paid Crookwell a visit last Saturday and met the'lo cals on the park oval. The weather was fine and there, was a fair attendance of spectators. The ground was in excellent order. Mr. C. E. Parker had the whistle. The visitors held their own during the first part of the game, and first blood went to them. They kicked two penalty goals before Crookwell had a point. Just prior to half time, however, Prestwidge (Crookwell) crossed over and a little later Willis scored. The Tarajga boys are not in condi tion. This was very evident in the second half, for although they fought tenaciously for points they failed to add any, whilst Crookwell piled them on to a total of 20. Thus the scores stood at the close of play, 20—4. Later the visitors were tendered a dinner at McGrath's Commercial Ho tel.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 30 May 1925
GOLDSBROUGH, WORT & CO. Ltd., SYDNEY. WOOL & PRODUCE BROKERS, FAT STOCK SALESMEN STOCK &* STATION AGENTS 02 LIBERAL ADVANCES HIGHEST PRICES /. AND PROMPT RETURNS Write far WAYWOB. UBEU and MARKET REPORTS. K- de L. OUDMORE, Mtitkitr. OHAS. HOPE, Asst. Manftger.
WELDON'S LADIES' JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 30 May 1925
WELDON'S LADIES' JOURNAL. All the latest and smartest fashions from Paris "and London are included in the June issue of this journal. The free patterns include a new style of coat froclc, lady's tunic jumper and smart coat, and full details are given' for cutting out and making up of these designs. Special features of the June number .are a photogravure sup plement of Paris styles; gratis trans fer of new embroidery for dresses or household articles; an exclusive new feature, Round the Shops in Paris; Footlight Fashions, What Famous Ac tresses are Wearing on" the London Stage; furnishing ideas from the cot tage home of a well-known actress; Art with the Needle, Ho wto Imitatet Tapestry; Millinery, renovating and remodelling bats; designs for the new three-piece suits; special styles for the tall thin woman and the little woman; charming coats for all occas ions; dainty frocks; sports wear; pret ty lingerie; smart blouses, jumpers and skirts; attractive evening and af ternoon styles;...
THE GARDEN VEGETABLES AND FLOWERS. CALENDAR FOR MAY AND JUNE. MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 30 May 1925
THE GARDEN VEGETABLES AND FLOWERS. CALENDAR' FOR MAY AND JUNE. MAY. Vegetable Seeds.—Sow Cabbage and Cauliflower for. main crop, Cress, Mus tard, Endive, Potato and Tree Onions, Garlic, Eschalots; Lettuce (Coss vari eties), Onions for main crop, Pea's,' (main crop varieties . largely), Pars ley, Radish, Spinach (winter), Broad Beans, Carrot. Flower Seeds.—Sow all hardy an nuals, biennials and perennials* Miscellaneous.—Plant out Cabbage and Cauliflower, also Asparagus, Herbs (such as Sage, Thyme, Marjoram, etc.), Sea Kale, Rhubarb foots. Make mushroom beds. Plant Roses, Shrubs, Live Hedges. Continue planting bulbs as recommended; also Gladiolus, Tigridias, Li'iums, etc. Strawberries should be planted. JUNE. Vegetable Seeds.—Sow Broad Beans, Carrot, Leak, Lettuce (Coss), Onion, Parsnip, Peas (largely for main crops), Radish (in dry places), Spinach, Gar lic, Eschalots, Potato and Tree Onions. Flower Seeds.—This being generally a wet month, the soil is unsuited for sowing many flower ...
BULLIO (From Our Correspondent). WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 30 May 1925
BTJLLIO ; (From Our. Correspondent). " WEATHER. Tlie recent heavy rains have made quite a difference in. the appearance of'the surrounding country. Grass is growing nicely and unless, heavy frostsV.take place there should be fair slieep feed. The rain was unusually heavy arid, toused heavy-floods in the Wollondilly' andvarious. tributaries, making the ,'roads almost invpasBable for. motor traffic. SCHOOL CHANGE. Our local ! teacher, Mr. Lucas, has received notification of his removal. Mr. Lucas, (luring his almost twelve months' term here, has been a most, painstaking andeflicient ofllcer. He lias also' associated himself .'with move ments of local interest, including ten nis: .Regrets are many regarding his removal. A send-off is being arranged' by the parents at Mr. it. J. Whipp's residence for to-day, 30th instant. - . i DISAPPOINTED WOOLGROW.ERS Many of the woolgrowers in this dis trict are very much perturbed over the deferred sales of their wool, which has now been in Sydney i...
R. S. & S. I. L. MEMBERSHIP DRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 30 May 1925
R. S. & S. I. L. MEMBERSHIP DRIVE. Impressed by the spirit of enthusi asm of Aunual Congress, which was held in Sydney during Easter week, the State Council of the Returned Sailors and Soldiers' Imperial League has decided to put forward the most energetic efforts to ensure- a wide spread and substantial gain in mem bership. With this end in view the League, as a body, will concentrate on centres where interest has been al lowed to lag. It will give every as sistance to individual members of the State Council in measures which ihey feel disposed to take for the advance ment of the movement in their re spective territories. The New South Wales Branch of the League is divided into eigliUdis tricts, viz.: Metropolitan, Northern 'Rivers, Northern, Central Northern; Western, South-Western, Southern, and ; Illawarra. Each of the country districts has a representative on the State Council. Should a district rep resentative d.eem it desirable, in pro moting a wider interest in the L...
EMPIRE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 30 May 1925
EMPIRE DAY. , Empire Day was celebrated at the Taraiga Public School by an address Irom Mr. Mark Morton, M.L.A, and later by a concert given by the pup ils. After the children had saluted the flag and sung Australia Fair and Flag of Briton, Mr. Lee, secretary of. the Parents' and Citizens' Association, who presided, introduced Mr. Morton in -well chosen words. Mr. Morton, in. the course of a sim ple address, explained to the children the origin of the movement arid the object of- saluting the flag. He said that Briton was an extraordinary na tion. No foreign soldier, had yet in vaded her shores. She stood for peace and everything that was noble. She also defended the weaker nations against being trampled on by stronger and aggressive nations. You children said the speaker, who are Britons be cause you belong to the British Em pire, are its greatest asset, and all o£ you must stand up for Briton's rights. ; A vote of thanks to Mr. Morton was moved by Mr. C. D. Keith and carried by ac...
Progressive Party. MR. W. L. HOWARTH AT TARALGA [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 30 May 1925
1 ' • • ' .. ^ -vva . . Progressive Party. MR. W. L. HOWARTH AT TARAUGA Mr. W. Ii.'Howarth, who is xontest ing;the 'WoUqndilly/ seatriii the,-/inter ests of the Progressive P.art'jyacldress ecl a meeting in the Federal' Hail ou. Monday night, an'tU, owing to .the in clement weather there was:only a small attendance. Mr. Theodore Corby,' who occupied the chair, said that Mr. Howarth stood, in the interests of the country , and being a country man he felt sure that if returned he would make a good member. • Mr. Howarth, in the course of his address, said,that the Progressive Party was strongly in favour of decen tralisation, which meant the opening up of new ports and the establishment of secondary industries as near to their source of power and raw mater ial as possible. At Port Kembla there was one of the best harbors in the jvorld that could easily accommodate deep sea vessels. If this port was. op ened produce grown throughout the Southern and South-Western districts could be ship...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 30 May 1925
; PERSONAL. Mr. George AVard, during the last few weeks, has shown gradual 3m . improvement'in his state of health. So . much so that it is expected that he ' will befable to get about without much " effort. Mrs. Malier, of "The Meadows," Tar alga, who some mouths ago was in 'a very delicate state.of health, is again enjoying first-class health.. Notwith standing her 97 summers, this old lady, who is the oldest resident living, in (he Taralga district, has wonderful vi tality. She.converses mpst pleasantly 011 tlfe various topics of the day and > it is indeed a pleasure to meet her. ■ * * * . A&lt; most remarkable thing ' is that though slie 1s 97 years of age'Mrs. Maher.reads the.newspapers and books .. without the aid of glasses, and she is &lt;•: an ardent reader.' Her store of. know-; ' ledge-gained in this way is most in teresting indeed.y- . * • • v. Mrs. ,A\^ B. ClijMher, who has been in Sydney Tor the past four, weeks re ceiving medical, attention to ller ...
CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 30 May 1925
CONCERT. : ' v ■I A concei t organised 'by Mr.' Corry; of Goulburn, was held ill;the Federal Hall on • Monday night last. Owing; however,,to the unfavourable weather, the'attendance wds only moderate. Those taking part included Miss Louie Duggan, Miss Mayo, and Joliri 110, artists who appeared here on the 17tli March last and who created'such a favourable impression,' and it was rather unfortunate for the promoter . that the elements were .against "him. - However, those who were present thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Miss Duggan was in particularly good voice ■ and the other artists as well. The first three are indeed favour ites with the Taralga* audiences and their'numbers are always appreciated. • A dance followed the concert and was also thoroughly enjoyed. ,
Taralga v. Richlands. "FIVE HUNDRED." [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 30 May 1925
Taralga v. Richlands. FIVE HUNDRED." A match was played at Comino Bros.' restaurant on: Tuesday evening last between • the Richlands '.'500" Club and a Taralga team. Owing to the wet night, Richlands, unfortunately, had to substitute three Taralga play ers. -These, however, rendered 'good service for-their, side. The evening was &lt; a very pleasant one and those present thoroughly enjoyed ■ them selves. . % ' After the match the , visitors wore entertained to refreshments. Mr. T.> B. Burge, captain of the1''home team, presided and in the course of a lnippy speech referred to the interest shown in the gariie of "500" in Taralga and district., He trusted that* this match would be the forerunner of many more similar evenings between the two clubs. The speaker made -humorous reference to the ability, of the various players which'was thoroughly enjoyed by both teams. ■ Mr: Theodore Corby, in responding, was equally humorous. He made kind references to the Taralga team's hos p...