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The Taralga Echo was a weekly English-language newspaper published in Crookwell, New South Wales from 1924 to 1927.
The first issue of the Taralga Echo appeared on 1 November 1924, published by RJ Winning and Son. Previously, Robert John Winning had been involved in production of The Sydney Morning Herald and The Sydney Mail, then in Cessnock with the Cessnock Express. In Crookwell, and in partnership with his son John, the Winnings published the Crookwell Gazette and the Taralga Echo.See the full Wikipedia entry
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