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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 11 July 1925
! The morbid microbes which perplex us [ As they squirm and roam about, I Around the fungs and solar plexus, | If unchecked may "lay us out" [ Vile germs o£ septic influenza, Mean much anguish to endure; Their victims moan in sad cadenza— "Send for \yoods' Great Peppermint Cure."
"LIFE." [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 11 July 1925
'LIFE." A copy of "Life" for July by the same publishers has reached us and opens up . very satisfactorily. It con tains many interesting articles for both sexes, and sells at 1/-. Printed . and . Published by Robert John Winning, of "Taranaki," Marsden-street, Crookwell, for the Proprietors, R. J. Winning & Son.
MAGAZINES. WHERE HUSBANDS CANNOT BE DIVORCED. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 11 July 1925
MAGAZINES. WHERE HUSBANDS CANNOT BE DIVORCED. In the excellent enlarged issue of "Everylady's Journal" for July is a fine article by Mrs. Carlyle Smythe, describing the women of Italy. It is a land where women cannot divorce their husbands, and are refused a vote. Mrs. Smythe explains why, and describes the life of the Italian women in a charming way. The issue of July is a fine one, in cluding 96 pages, ranging over fash ions, designs, and notes, to short stories, and giving suehsplendid ar ticles as "The Flapper of 1925," by Charles Nuttall, an Australian Wom an's Visit to the Grave of Stevenson, "Ten Marriage Commandments," by a London Magistrate; "How Dancing Stars are Trained," by Jennie Brenan; "The Lady from Now a Nowa," a mov ing story of love and life in a Gipps lancl Hut, etc. We can recommend this splendid issue—9d. everywhere. If unobtain able locally, lOd. in stamps sent to T. Shaw Fitchett, 376 Swanston-street, Melbourne, will bring the July issue of "Everylady's Journ...
Goulburn Poultry Show. LOCAL PRIZE-WINNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 11 July 1925
Goulburn Poultry Show. LOCAL PFMZE.WINNERS. We are pleased to notice the name of a local prize-winner at the Goul burn Poultry, Club Show, Mr. L. H. Allnut securing first prize l'or best utility' Orpington hen. To win in the utility section at Goulburn is no mean performance, ex hibits coming from all over the State. We notice that the judge (Mr. A. G. Greenwood) spoke very highly of the winners in the utility classes, the birds,showing splendidlaylng qualities. We should like to see more breeders of utility»birds competing at our own Show and other district shows.
BURRA LAKE. CHAPTER. III. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 11 July 1925
BUJRRA LAKE. CHAPTER. III. A friend .remarked to me lately that he had proved conclusively that there is only one Taralga in the whole wide world. Possibly, too, there is, in all the world, but one Burra Lake, though there are several Burra Creeks, besides other places the nomenclature of which has Burra attached to it in some way, either as a prefix or an affix. Wo speak of Lake George, Lake Bathurst, and even little Lake Ed ward, but we transpose the two words when we say, not Lake Burra, but just Burra Lake. Some of the "old hands" give you a "double dose" of Burra when speaking of it, and 1 think that, corectly speaking, this is, like Wagga Wagga, Tilba Tilba, and ather places named by the aborigin als, correct, too, but those double names, besides being a redundancy, are something like the different pill advertisements' one sees—"one dose is sufficient." Perhaps I had better "burra" into some other subject. • Well, the Bailors have been having a well-earned holiday on shore, en...
ANTI-GLARE EYE SCREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 11 July 1925
ANTI-GLARE EYE SCREEN. An improved model o£ the Auto peak, aiiti-glare eye shield has been lately produced in England, especial ly for the use of motorists. It com prises the ordinary model, which con sists of a peak formed of non-inflam mable celluloid, colored green, with the addition of two slots cut in it, and having a sliding piece of the same material to cover these when desired. It is attached by means of an elastic tape', and 'affixed to the bar carrying the peak is a long curved spring cov ered with a soft cloth, which conforms with the contour of the forehead and assists in maintaining it quite rigid. When used against the sun's rays during the day It is worn with the slots closed. But at night when ap proaching dazzling headlights, the slots are opened and most of. the glare is absorbed by the blank spaces. The visor can be hinged back when not actually in use. It is extremely light and costs very little.
MOTORING NOTES. OWNER BENEFITS BY ONE DESIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 11 July 1925
MOTOKING NOTES. OWNER BENEFITS BY ONE SIGN. The wisdom of Dodge Brothers' pol icy of constantly developing one bas- j ic design instead of bringing out a new model every year is borne out emphatically in several ways, in the opinion of Russel Huff, director of engineering. Mr. Huff is also a mem ber of the board of directors of Dodge Brothers. "The best evidence, of couve?, :s the quality of Dodge Brothers' present product and the pronounced satisfac tion of our one and a quarter million owners. Additional . strong proof is supplied by the general inclination of the industry toward the sarna prac tice. I have heard more discussion of the subject during the last six months than ever before, and it has been particularly active since our ad vertisement, 'Constantly Improved But No Yearly Models,' appeared c.n. bulletin boards and in magazines and newspapers all over the country. "The public, which apparently had not previously given the subject much thought, was quick to sense the sig-...
FOOTBALL. ENGLAND WINS SECOND SOCCER TEST. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 11 July 1925
FOOTBALL. ENGLAND WINS SECOND SOCCER TEST. Twenty-five thousand people wit nessed the second Soccer test match; at the Sydney Agricultural Ground on Saturday last. The match was productive o£ some of the best football ever witnessed in Australia. Although defeated by two goals to one the home team are' to be congratulated on the magnificent fight which they put up against great' odds. "When the Englishmen played their first game in Sydney they gave our players a-lesson in the finer points of the game. The lesson was not wasted as our forwards and backs showed on Saturday that with a little more practice and experience they will be able to handle the ball as cleverly as the Englishmen. It was a game of thrills. and the whole crowd were excited throughout. There was not a dull moment in the whole ninety. Australia matched Iheir pluck and aggressiveness against rtheir opponents' scientific play and " experience. The gate receipts were in the vic inity of £141)0. This brings the to : ta...
AMERICANISM. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 11 July 1925
AMERICANISM. ———- i The auditorium seethed. Glaring incandescents bathed in a lurid light, the two perspiring youths who, naktid, save for trunks and shoes, pounded each other viciously about the ring. The fight was obviously nearins the finish, and the crowd, to :i man, was 'backing the sand-haired boxer as he closed again with his .'swarthy rival. "Kill the foreigner!" bo.ilowc-J the mob. "Knockout! Knocuont!" The South American, a celebrity in his own country, was game, but he crashed to the canvas before the on slaught of the favourite. Pandemon ium reigned as the referee's arm rose and fell ten times. A shrill voice rose above the tumult: "Them foreigners can't come here an' lick us Americans!" it shrieked i in ecstacy. . The referee raised the American's right arm in token of victory. "Sabilowitchiowski wins!" he an nounced. '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 11 July 1925
THE AEGYLE HOTEL TARALGA. ""Beat Brands of Wines, Beers and Spirits Only Stocked: First-class Accommodation. Electric Light Installed Throughout. Good Stabling and Garage. MRS. M. MXTDIE * PROPRIETRESS. 'Phone No. 4, Taralca. -u. GOULBURN Special Caltle and Sheep Sale TUESDAY, JULY 14. O. H. FUKNER & CO. . Will Sell by Auction At the Goulburn Yards on above date 400 CATTLE. Starting at 11.30 a.m., Including— 100 BULLOCKS, 4 years, good colours, forward condition 50 STEERS, 2 and'3 years, good' colours and condition 60 COWS, 4 years, Shorthorns, in calf to Turalla Hereford bulls 50 STEERS AND HEIFERS, 1J to 2 years, alhstation bred 25 HEIFERS, % years, all reds 10 SPRINGERS, calve September 50 YEARLINGS, STEERS, AND HEIFERS 12,000 SHEEP. • Starting at 2 p.m., . Including— -x . Account Joseph Gill, Esq., • Winderradeen Station: 2000 MERINO EWE HOGGETS 2000 MERINO WETHER HOGGETS 1000 COMEBACK HOGGETS, mixed ' sexes. 5000 These sheep are all one mark, bred on Winderradeen, well ...
SERGT. CORCORAN. DECIDES TO STAY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 11 July 1925
ISERGT. CORCORAN. DECIDES TO STAY. I Sergt. Corcoran's transference to Sydney has been postponed indefin itely. Inability to secure a suitable residence is given as the reason. The news will be received with general satisfaction by his large cir cle of friends. On Tuesday night in response . to an advertisement convening a pub lie meeting, a representative bodr'of citizens assembled at the Shire Cham bers for the purpose of making ar rangements to fittingly recognise his services to the town and district. Cr. A. J. Mclnnes (at the request of the Shire President, Cr. Hoganj presided. The meeting was an enthusiastic one and the preliminary arrangements were made for what promised to de velop into a function of large propor tions.
MAGNIFICENT EFFORT. BY THE PEOPLE OF TUENA. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 11 July 1925
MAGNIFICENT EFFORT. BY THE PEOPLE OF TUENA. The peoplp in some of our country centres have a happy knack of raising funds for char, ity when the spirit moves them. AS an instance let us cite Tuena; •' where a social was held on the 26th of June' for the benefit of the Crookwell and District Cot. tage Hospital, and a sum of £52/3/. was netted. The function, which was held in the School of Arts, Tuena. was a most enjoyable one. ' There were about 90 couples present. The organisers were unfortunate enough to strike unfavourable weather. Had this not been the case they con sider a much' larger sum would have been realised. Mr. Felix Hearne was the honorary secretary and treasurer, and he was supported by a strong committee, comprising Messrs. Hector and Dun can McKenzie and Robert Hearne. Mr. Hector Collins proved a very capable M.C. and the music was sup plied by Miss Smith, of Trunkie. A dainty supper was provided and served by the following ladies: The Misses McKenzie and Hearne, Mes...
HOCKEY. CROOKWELL LADIES' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 11 July 1925
! HOCKEY. CROOKWELL LADIES' CLUB. It is anticipated that the newly formed Hockey Club will commence play in Crookwell at no distant date. The following .'letter has been re ceived from tlie Goulburn Women's Hockey Association:— ^ The Secretary, Ladies' Hockey Club, Crookwell. Eear Secretary,—Seeing in the pap er that you are forming two Ladies' Hockey Clubs in Crookwell our as sociation have requested me to write offering aiiy assistance that we can give you in the matter. It was also suggested that, if ap proved by you, we would send two teams to Crookwell one Saturday to play an exhibition game. This game would be played by two teams com teting in our competition and this would form part of the competition for that Saturday as time wili not al low us to postpone any matches, but after the match was over our girls would only be too pleased to assist you in a practicematch. We are asking Sydney teams to Goulburn on 23rd inst., and perhaps some of your girls may be able to come in 'a...
WOOL REPORT Goldsbrough, Mort & Co., Ltd., report under date 2nd July:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 11 July 1925
WOOL REPORT Goldsbrough, ftlort & Co., Ltd., re port under date 2nd July:— .Sir John Higgins has placed his scheme to stabilise the price of wool before the country, and all connected with the production and sale of wool, both in this and other countries, hav been studying the elaborate proposals put forward for their consideration. Briefly stated it is almost identical with that under which the British Government acquired the clip during the war. As we understand it, the val ue of the whole clip will be estimated, and if that is, say, 15Jd, 20 or 30 per cent, will be taken off, thus reducing it to say 12d, and the wool will then be appraised, and the grower paid the appraised price. The wool will after wards be sold by auction in the usu al way, and if it realises more than the appraised price, any increase will go into the pool. That is to say, wool appraised at 14d, if sold at 17d, 3d would go to the pool, and the grow er would be paid his proportion of that'after expense...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 11 July 1925
inter Trend expressed in Full Fresh Stocks of Smart Dresses and Accessories at Early inspection of these Beautiful Fresh Goods will comince of their superb value. New Goods in Every Department. Dress Department— AUTUMN AND .WINTER DRESS LINENS in all shades. COTTON GEORGETTES, in the most fashionable coloiings. FUJI, in stripes, plain and natural colors. SILK GEORGETTES. CREPE DE CHINE. FLORAL VOILES, in many designs. ' j PLAIN COLORED VOILES, all these are in the most fashionable shades and consist of 3 yard lengths only in each shade. COTTON JAP. CREPE, in every color. This is the best erepe manu factured, and selling freely at 1/- per yard. Show Room— We aro showing an Exclusive* Range oE MILLINERY AND FROCKS in the most Fashionable Materials and Colors. Hosiery— Best Quality Only—" IvYSER," "AS YOU LIKE IT," 'and BOND'S "SILK AliTO," every pair guaranteed. Clothing— MEN AND BOY'S aie well catered for in evciy liqe of WEARING APPAllED. MEN'S READY-MADE SUITS in Dark Grey Tweed fr...
COMPULSORY, VOTING. COMMONWEALTH ELECTORAL ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 11 July 1925
COMPULSORY , VOTING. COMMONWEALTH ELECTORAL ACT. A widespread misapprehension ex ists amongst a large section of Com monwealth voters, that enrolment is compulsory, but the voting is not. In point of fact, both are compulsory. A measure to this effect passed the Commonwealth Legislature in July, 1924. The penalty clause under the new Act reads:— Every elector who fails to vote ail election for the Commonwealth shall be deemed guilty of an off ence against this Act, unless a valid or sufficient excuse can be given for not doing so. The penalty for not voting is £2, and the penalty for non-eilrolment is 'also £2. There are 1,212,321 Commonwealth electors in this State. The coming election will be the first in the history of the Common ' wealth at which people will be com ' polled to vote or take the conse quences.
ACCIDENT. MR. JOE KADWELL MEETS WITH MISHAP. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 11 July 1925
ACCIDENT. JOE KADWELL MEETS WITH ' MISHAP. * On Saturday afternoon last, while Mr. Joe Kadwell was folowing the 30 mile cycle race at Goulburn he met with a mishap. When travelling on the Breadal bane Road, about twelve miles from Goulburn, liis car overturned. There were six passengers aboard, all of whom escaped injury with the excaption of Mr. Kadwell. The car turned completely over ow ing to a wheel coming off. The steering wheel had to be brok en before Mr. Kadwell could be ex tricated. He is suffering from an in . jured shoulder and back and had his i thumb put out. j Those who witnessed the accident ; say it is marvellous that all the oc ; cupants of tlie car were not killed. | ?.lr. Kadwell, besides the injuries re ceived, is suffering from nerve shock. He is at present In Goulburn, but i hopes to lie well enough to return home in a day or so. I The car was severely damaged.
WOOL REPORT Schute, Bell & Co., Ltd., report under date 9th July:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 18 July 1925
WOOL REPORT Schute, Bell & Co., Ltd., report under date 9th July:— ' The opening prices at tlie current London sales are decidedly encourag ing, and would seem to indicate that confidence / is gradually being re-es tablished. • The attendance of buyers is reported in one cable to constitute a record,, whilst competition appears to have been forthcoming from most sections of the trade. As was to have been anticipated the improvement in prices has been mainly noticeable in the case of fine descriptions of both "merino and crossbred, other qualit ies about holding their own relatively to closing ratss of the May series. Provided Japan and America are com petitors in our local market when sales are resumed in. Sydney on the 20th inst, there is reasonable probab ility of a good percentage of the daily offerings changing hands at .auction, as most owners have • become recon ciled to the changed conditions of the market, are willing sellers at May quotations, and will gladly accept...