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COMMERCIAL. Pitt, Son & Badgery, Ltd., report under date 5th May: — [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 June 1925

COMMERCIAL. Pitt, Son & Badgery, Ltd., report under date iitli May: — There is no improvement in the market to speak of, any sales that have been effected being a few lines of locally fellmongered wool. All in terested are patiently awaiting decis ions regarding the resumption of sales and this question is concerning not only Australia but manufacturers in England. Oversea users are won dering what method will he adopted regarding the large quantity of held over wool that has yet to be sold, and which will be offered before the new clip is brought forward,,, and it is therefore 'desirable that decisions should be made as earl yas possible that will reasoure manufacturers and disabuse their minds of any ideas they may hold that the market is likely to be heavily loaded with a view to quitting the lield-over wools. The suspension of selling operations should help wool holders considerably and if a programme for future sales is provided to submit what the mar ket can absorb sat...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOLSPIE GRAYTHWAITE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 June 1925

GOLSPIE GRAYTHWAITE BALL, j The' committee of the above desire | to specially thank Miss Dot Croker and Miss Ettie Boys (Kempton) tor collecting £5/3/6; also Miss Cart wright for collecting £l/S/6, whicli . proved of valuable assistance to the j secretary (Mrs. A. J.- Boys). ]

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 June 1925

SEND YOUR WOU &SKINS, SCHUTE BELL ;rO|TD 44 BRIDGES! &L L. SYDNEY The Firm That Thinks Rightly And Acts Rightly By Its Constituents. Personal Attention •To Every Lot.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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SUSPENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 June 1925

SUSPENDED. At a meeting of the,Board of Con- ! trol of the Crookwell and District ! Rugby Football League, held oil Mon day last, two members of the Warri ' sal Club—H. Billingliam and It. Ban field—weresuspended from taking part in a match to-day (Saturday), oh ac count of having taken part in a matph at Taralga on the Gtli instant without the consent of the Board. They are, further, being asked to attend a meet ing of the Board 011 Monday next and give an explanation of their action.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RABBIT SKINS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 June 1925

RABBIT SKINS. i ' First and 2nd winters and 1st and 2nd incomings were generally id to 3d per lb -lower. 2nd pelts, on the other hand, were often 2d to 5d per lb dearer, whilst 3rd pelts, autumns and racks were sometimes sold at an advance. Other descriptions were without much change. On the whole, the market was about Id per lb lower. I

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 June 1925

Victor er Piano brings joy Into every tiome,each member of tKe family can play tine most wonderful music on it. Your present piano taKen in part p«ym«nt« Write for Catalogue and list of Easy Terms* 338 George St., Sydney.

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THE NORTH. HARDY WHITE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 June 1925

. THE NOETH. HARDY WIHITE RACE. At a civic reception at Cairns to the Mackay footballers, the Mayor (Aid. Draper) said -that according to Sir George Buchanan the people ol the north of Queensland were a lot of weaklings, yet in sport they could generally hold their own with any ad versaries brought here. During the war there were less rejects from North Queensland than from any other part of Australia. The Minister for Lands (Mr. Mc Cormack) said that in North Quosar land they had achieved what had mt been accomplished by any other part of the world. That was the estab lishment of a young and vigorous manhood in humid tropics. The idea that the black races only could stand the hardships o£ '.he tropics was not in accordance wirli fact. This idea was put forward be cause cheap labor was wanted. Sir George Buchanan had stayed hero a few days and considered himself com petent to discuss the settlement of the white raceB in tropical Australia. And simply because he had been held up for ...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOLSPIE. (From Our Correspondent). GRAYTHWAITE HOSPITAL BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 June 1925

GOLSPIE. (From Our Correspondent). GRAYTHWAITE HOSPITAL BALL. ■ ; ' This event was held in the hall on /Friday, 5th June, and was a distinct ^success, both socially and financially. . The nett result after all expenses are . ;pdid will be'just on £26. Major Twynam was the organiser and received valuable assistance from the committee, with Mrs. A., J. Boys as honorary secretary and Mrs. G. Cameron, honorary treasurer.' ' The hall was finely decorated with - coloured streamers, flags; otc.. and the local roll of, honor erecte l in the ,'hall carried wreaths- of laurel and - rosemary. The work of decoration • was carried out by Major Twynam. Music was supplied by Mrs. Boys, Major Twynam and Messrs; Hender son, Boys, Menzies, Crolter and Whit ing. The duties of M.C. were entrusted" to Mr. A. S. Marmont. The c'atering was in the hands of the ladies of the district irnil a nice supper was provided. 'Die room was decoirated with streamers and the tables had a choice array ct fioweis. At th...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR ANIMALS. HOW DID THEY FIRST REACH AUSTRALIA. DR.LEACH EXPLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 June 1925

OUR ANIMALS. HOW DID THEY FIRST REACH'' \ AUSTRALIA. , ; LEACH EXPLAINS. The average Australian reader: | finds the usual Nature :Study article; t somewhat unsatisfying literary: fare., J "Life" has been . fortunate, however, 1 in persuading Dr. J. A. Leach to;write a series of articles on Australian Birds and Bush Lore on distinctly or iginal and unusual linc:'j. I] Dr. Leach is steeped in r.he lore of : the bush as well as bird life rlis method is to tell what he ltn:>ws about birds, and us? this as ar op . euing to relate all sorts of fascinating •and unusual stories about Australian bush life. For instance, in this introductory article, he discusses Australia as the "fossil continent," and explains how the first animals reached Australia. The zoogeographical world (the world divided according to the.distri bution of animals), Dr. Leach.explains, consists of six separate regions, which agree, somewhat roughly with the six continents. Of these six regions Aus tralia is the most...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 June 1925

Our Unique Cross Word Sale IS NOW IN FULL BLAST Another StupendQiis Bargain Event for the People of this District. to clear the whole of our present season's stocks of Ladies' and Children's Wear, Fashion Goods, Dress Goods, Hosiery, Boots and Shoes, Haberdashery. Men's ind Boy's (Nothing, Mercery, Household Drapery, Floor Coverings, Soft Furnishings, Stationery, Paper Hangings, And last, but not least, ^Household Hardware of Every Description. ' Ruthless Reductions in VV inter Goods with the Winter in front of you. The immense savings you .can make will pay yon over and ; over again to come specially to Goulburn for this unique saving opportunity, but if that isn't convenient, do. the ' next best thing and that is Ask us to send you one of OUR HUGE SALE PRICE LISTS. Order from it without the slightest mis-giving.- You're on solid ground—we're behind the quality and true .value of every article we sell—Sale time or any other time. If you don't like what we send you return it. We're ...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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MEAT DIET. DOCTOR'S APPEAL. MISTAKEN IDEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 June 1925

MEAT DIET. DOCTOR'S APPEAL. MISTAKEN IDEAS. At a luncheon given by the Eng lish-speaking Union to American and Canadian doctors in London recently Dr. Woods Hutchinson, the well-known American writer, made a whole-heart-' ed appeal Cor a meat diet. He said that there is not a particle of evidence to support the old non sense that meat was bad for gout and the kidneys. Meat-eating races like New Zealand evs, Australians, and Canadians had the lowest death rate in the world. People who live on cereals, he said, have about as much power to resist disease as cows and rabbits. His advice was to eat plenty of butter and cream and anything full of vitimines. Children did not want BREAD and butter, but BUTTER and bread, and the more intelligent would lick the butter off the bread.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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WOOL. FLAPPERS BLAMED FOR ITS POSITION TO-DAY. "BACK TO WOOL" CAMPAIGN ADVOCATED. Schute, Bell & Co., Ltd., report:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 June 1925

wool,. FLAPPERS BLAMED FOR ITS POSITION TO.DAY. "BACK TO WOOL" CAMPAIGN ADVOCATED. I, Sehute, Bell & Co., Ltd., report:—' "Strange all this difference should be! " 'Twixt Tweedledum and Tweedle-; dee." i Whilst tlie efficacy or otherwise of control of wool is being discussed ■ throughout the length and breadth of, Australia, cotton growers are sudden-: ly agitating heatedly for decontrol of! their product." "It IS a funny world, I my masters," and it is a great asset j to' be able to appreciate the humorous! side of life. . I We only wish the authorities would : allow us to get o.nwith the wool sales,; and, for our part, control of wool can! be d d and solve itself. Here we are in the middle of June, and 110 decision arrived at yet as to whether sales are to be held in July | or not. It is hardly to be expected that shipowners will liold their boats1 in port pending a definite decision. Rather does it seem as if the predes tination theory has been adopted, and ! that it has ...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWFOUNDLAND. (From Our Correspondent). EUCHRE TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 June 1925

NEWFOUNDLAND. {From Our Correspondent). EUCHRE TOURNAMENT. Ou Saturday night last a progressive euclire party ocganised by Messrs'. V. anil W. Connor . (in aid of the Stan Horne Benefit) was held at Mr. C. Alders' residence. There was a good attendance and the function was both a financial and social success. Altogether about £S was realised as a result of the effort. This, together with subscriptions, will bring Newfoundland's response for this worthy function up to a decent amount. The prizes for the tournament were won by Miss Rita Alders (lady's), and Mr. Jim Iveogh (gent.'s). The booby prize for ladies was won by Miss A. Alders and - the gent.'s went to Mr. B. Lawson. I understand that the residents of Taralga were disturbed in their peace ful slumbers on Sunday morning by a shrill whistle, which they believed to bo a whistle announcing the first arrival of the Taralga train. On inves tigation it was found to he no other than the whistle of a toy prize won by Mr. Lawson at the ...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUDDEN DEATH. MRS. J. W. SMITH. CORONER HOLDS INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 June 1925

SUDDEN DEATH. MRS. J. W. SMITH. CORONER HOLDS INQUIRY. The sudden death of Mrs. Smith, wife of Mr. J. W. Smith, of Binda road, Crookwell, which occurred In the early hours of the morning of the 5th instant, was the subject of a coronial inquiry conducted by the District Coroner (Mr. J. J. Mail ion) on Wednesday last,', at the Crookwell Court House. THE DOCTOR'S OPINION. Dr. P. A. Burns, duly qualified medi cal practitioner and Government med cal officer, of Crookwell, stated: On the Sth instant I proceeded to the res idence of John William Smith, accom panied by Sereant Corcoran, of the. Crookwell Police, and I saw there iho body of a woman, which I, recognised as Elsie Smith. She had evidently been dead some eight or ten hours. The only noticeable feature about the body was that the veins of the neck were engorged, which would indicate increased blood pressure during life. Later in the day I performed a post mortem examination of the body. The internal organs were engorged, and in ...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 June 1925

Your smiles shall sothe your tears away, Your gladness greet the break of day And gone the cold you now endure If you take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. The health and happiness we prize Prom simple laws of life arise— For coughs and colds betimes assure Keep by you Woods' Great Pepper mint Cure.

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THE GARDEN VEGETABLES AND FLOWERS. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 June 1925

THE GAUDEN VEGETABLES AND FLOWERS. JUNE. 1 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 seeds. However, a few o£ the hardiest may be sown in favorable places. Miscellaneous,—Plant out Herbs, Rhubarb, Sea Kale, Asparagus, Cab bage and Cauliflower Plants. Con tinue planting hardy trees, shrubs, and all fruit trees. Sow grain and fodder, also Vetches.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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BARRALLIER. (From Our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 June 1925

, BARRALLIER. (From Our Correspondent). A pleasing little function took place at "Rocklilly" on the evening of the 5tli June, when Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lang received a presentation from their many Wombeyan and Barrallier friends. Mr. T. M. Clialker, who pre sided, spoke in eulogistic terms of Mr. and Mrs. Lang, who recently em barked upon the' sea of matrimony. Mr. M. Chalker, of "Greenwood," pre sented the guests with a set of cut lery on behalf of the residents, and heartily 'congratulated them and wish ed them health, wealth, and happiness. Mr. Roy Lang, in responding, thank ed the people for their present and for their kind reference to his wife and himself. Dancing was indulged in ti'.l day light. Messrs. L. Lang and 33. Brad ford acted as M's.C.

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 June 1925

PERSONAL. Mr.. D. Cosgrove, who has bought a property near Cassilis in the Mud gee district, left Taralga for his new home during the week. • » ♦ Mr. Stan Hoi'ne, who is still in a poor state of health, will undergo another operation in St. John of God's Hospital during the coming week. Stan contracted double' pneumonia about twelve months ago and has been under medical treatment ever since. » » » Miss L. Webb, who has been in Sydney for the past three,years, is spending a holiday with her parents in Taralga. • » ♦ Messrs. J."Byrne and L. Walsh havi purehased the butchering business re cently carried on by Mr. Eddie . Croke in Orchard-street, and formerly by Mr. Cecil Mooney. We wish them suc cess in tlieir new venture. • # * Mr. W. Borthwick has disposed of the Richlands Hotel' to Mr. Krille, of Sydney, who' will take-over in the "very near future.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 June 1925

0 : ; : O 1 • ' :■ I FOR ALL YOUR JOB I PRINTING I iThe "Echo" Offers The Best Service. ,1' LET US GIVE YOU A QUOTE. R. J. WINNING & SON, Proprietors. 'Tel. 72. Crookwell. Woods' Great .. Peppermint Cure, For Coughs and Colds, never failB.

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POSTAL REVENUE FAILS. CHEAPER RATES. NO INCREASE IN BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 June 1925

POSTAL REVENUE FAILS. CHEAPER RATES. NO INCREASE IN BUSINESS. The • Postmaster-General's report for 1924-24, tabled in the House of Representatives on Thursday, reveals that the cheaper postal rates introduc ed at the end of 1923 decreased the revenue without resulting in any in crease of business. The postal rev enue for the year was £9,724,801. The profit for the year is £1,101, 707 less than the previous financial year. Tho principal factors causing the reduction are the alteration in. the postal rates from October 1, 1923 (£800,000); alteration in telephone rates from April 1, 1924 (£18,000); increased superannuation liability which operated for the full year dur ing' 1923-24, as against half the. year during 1922-23 (£244,715).

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