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LOYAL TARALGA LODGE, M.U.[?].O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 3 October 1925
= I'" LOYAL TARALGA LODGE, : M.U j'.O.O.F. A visit from Loyal Coronation -Lodge 1 Goulburn members was received on : Saturday night, when about 20 mem ! bers were present at the usual meet ing, including Deputy District "Master Hrown. After the meeting a social evening was held, when members of JLoval Taralga Lodge enieitained the Visitors. Cards were indulged in for a while, the local Lodge defeating the visitors by a very small margin,
THE GARDEN FLOWERS AND VEGETABLES. WHAT TO SOW IN OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 3 October 1925
! THE GARDEN FLOWERS AND VEGETABLES. WHAT TO SOW IN OCTOBEIt Vegetable Seeds.—Sow French beans (earliest kinds), beet, borecole or Kale, brocoli sprouts, savoy, cab bage and cauliflower (for autumn or winter use), capsicum, carrot, celery, mustard and cress, cucumber, lierbs, leek, lettuce, melon, sugar maize, peas, (main crop and late varieties), mar row, pumpkin, squash, gourds, etc., radish, spinach (round), turnip (large ly for summer use), potatoes (for main crop.) Flower Seeds.—Sow all annuals as recommended last month; also petun ia, Sturt's desert pea, salpigIossisk amaranthus, ice plant, mignonette, or namental beet, canary bird climber, nasturtiums, convolvulus, cockscomb, single dahlia, dianthus, gaillardia, go detia, sunflower, and other hardy varieties. Miscellaneous.—Plant cabbage and I cauliflower, celery, onions, and tomato plants. Successful field sowing may be made o£ carrots, mangold and beet. Maize and sorghum should be sown this mouth for fodder. Plant out herba...
MARKETREPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 3 October 1925
market report. At the usual stock sale held on r, Saturday last prices declined some what to what they previously were,' Although sheep sold well, there wus a decided drop, in store cattle of all classes. Comeback ewes, with lbs at foot, 33/; hoggets, to 27/6; fat sheep, e>cep. good qual., and prime hvy., to f 11/ . Cattle.:—Blks.-, store, to •£5/15/.:, > cows, to £3; hfrs, 2yrs, £2/10/; pod dies, 2(>/ to 37/J !
Taralga A., P. and H. Association. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 3 October 1925
Taralga A., P. and H. Association. COMMITTEE MEETING. The first meeting of the newly elected committee resulted in an at tendance of 28 out of the 30 elected. lir. M. W. F. Charteris was again unanimously elected president. Vice-presidents: Messrs. A. Alders, G. C. Goodhew, W. H. Bradbury, A. B. Pearce. Treasurer: Mr. A. B. Pearce again unanimously elected. Ground Committee: Messrs. Alders, Burge, Ailnut and McDonnell. A sub-committee was appointed, con sisting of Messrs. J. J. Francis, C. S. Bradbury, H. L. AUnutt, W. H. Brad bury, J. J. Walsh, M. S. Viles, D. Neil, and the president, to inquire into the position re the showground and park adjoining same. In connection with this matter, al though some years since the removal to the present site and the promise was then given that in exchange for the original park and grounds the so ciety would be given other in ex change, so far nothing has been done in ttie matter, and it is with a view to finalising this matter that the above com...
"DARWIN WAS RIGHT." [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 3 October 1925
"DARWIN WAS RIGHT. j. 'To-night's special features at the jH." Taralga picture show will he "Darwin fj ^s,-was;Right," featuring the liuniaa mon i";./" Itevs (Fox), and "Against All Odds." v Ai-rangements are being made by Mr. v x 'Bousley.' for the early screening of " \round the Boree I-.og," which will ' be [of special interest to residents of 7* the Taralga district, as portion of the film was pliotoghaplied at Turalgu.
Commanding Success in the Country. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 3 October 1925
Illlllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Commanding Success in the Country. ? ■ llliinmiiiiimmiiHimMiDMiiMiiiaiii. — ^pHIS series of articles has been written not so mueh to inform , the country dweller of something that he or she already knows, but to endeavour to wake them up to a reality of their responsibility in the matter of stimulating effort in the country to bring about bet. ter conditions—modernising and making our towns more attractive and inviting. In short, to stop the drift to the cities, and to strengthen decentralisation. Any reader who feels disposed to assist us by expressing his or her views through these columns may do so. Magnets of Prosperity. • By "VERB SAP." . . In this series o£ articles on Better !.Country Towns, it Js necessary that all aspects of different business meth ods be examined before evolving a set programme which will be accept able to every considerable country town in Australia....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 3 October 1925
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HERE AND THERE [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 3 October 1925
HEBE AND THERE The Buick Sedan car was success ful in the recent big reliability test, covering a period of eight days' go ing on the road. • * • Car owners will appreciate the fall in the price of petrol. We ex press the opinion that a further big reduction could easily be made by the wealthy oil distributors. i « * » Sunday, 27th September, was the centenary of the railway in England. On September 27th, 1825, a train was run on the Stockton-Darlington line. • • » To Shearers.—New Season's T.U.S. Brand Blade Sheep Shears, 4/11 per pair at S. J. Grosvenor's Store, Tar alga.—0 • • • At the near approach of the opening of the Roslj n-Taralga railway the question of cutting up large local es tates „is engaging the attention of those who are.desirous of seeing the town and district grow. • » » At the National Party's conference the Minister for Customs defined the forthcoming election issue. • • » The question was, he said, were the wreckers of the national fabric to be permitted to do ...
"FIVE HUND[?] TARALGA y. RICHL [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 3 October 1925
"FIVE HUN 1)1? • , -MJ TARALGA y. RICH.t The return match, as last week's issue, was pi fled in a decisive victory ^ lands team, ,v%ry muclAfn tjfev pointmec/i; trt captamafflk vice-ca^V; o£ the Taralga team." Aij the sdffc below w'*\1 indicate, only at one tiff did the Tyirajga 'players manage* make a decent-same of it, this tdf playing a draw. ^ Following are the scores: • Taralga. » Richland:K C. Moouev and L.. C. trelle v. ?L Cusnck and M. Finl.ysonj i.-Jrl Miss Chalker and M. Fit^,^'on. Marmont and Theo. Coru,i G. C. Ooodhew and T. AV. 1 C. Bradbury and A. Ueziu;' G. Lee and J. Swan v. J. Cus:' W.' McPaul. Ii-5. C. S. Bradbury and G. AYh Ee'.isley and M. S. Viles. G. Cusaclc and Miss Bradbur Cameron and G. Bailey,- i Total: Richlands 2S; Taralg A substantial drop in ' the * motor spirit lias been notifie Tiie committee of the Ta P. and H. Society contemplate ini; the prize money when their schedule for 1926. ; j The writs for the f4>rthcoinihl>>: tions will lie issued ...
GOLSPIE (From Our Correspondent.) BAND SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 3 October 1925
I & GOLSPIE ■ ! s-: , . ; I •- ' 4 | ;n(From Our Correspondent.).. BAND SOCIAL. -j j The social arranged by the local-'? hall 'committee in aid of the Tarawa ' ; | Band funds was held on Friday ' ening, and was highly successful.- y* | There was a large attendance, with l-visitors from Kemptou, Redbank, | Yalbraith and Curraweela, and a hi}; ' contingent from Taralga. The Band • ■ Orchestra supplied the music, and Messrs. II. Toole and R. Croker play ed extras. Mr. A. S. .Mannont carried out the duties of M.C. The Band sec retary, Mr. C. P. Goodhaw, was pree-. ' ent during the evening. The gross takings were £1G/10/-. so that the Band will benefit by a decent aniptmt—& It is to be hoped that the be made ever^0'i; : wishes to ree the Band continue W a > successfu' Vvj^er. ; FATHER. Septen. been a month to re member, wRf gales, snow and hall -Monday and^Tuesday of the present week were awful. Snow fell heavily on Monday utght. the higher ground being covered with a ...
FEDERAL ELECTIONS. VOTING COMPULSORY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 3 October 1925
FEDERAL ELECTIONS. VOTING COMPULSORY. The writs for the forthcoming elec tions will be issued as at 6 o'clock on the evening of Saturday, 3rd Oc tober, at which hour the rolls will close. Claims received by the re spective Electoral Registrars after that hour cannot be registered until after polling day. Electors who are qualified, but who are not yet en rolled, should immediately lodge claims for enrolment. Claim cards may be had oh' application at any post office. Voting will be compulsory, for the first time, throughout the Com monwealth. Electors who fail to re cord a vote will be called upon for an explanation. Should this not be sat isfactory they will be prosecuted. It .is expected that AO" per cent, of the electors enrolled will vote. Postal! votes may be recorded by electors who will be absent from their State on polling day, persons seriously ill or infirm, also those approaching ma ternity. Applications for postal muBt reach the Divisional Returning Offi cer by 6 o'clock ...
Parents' Day. TAR ALGA PUBLIC SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 3 October 1925
Parents' Day. TAR ALGA PUBLIC SCHOOL. The first quarterly parents' &lt;lay was held on Wednesday last. That the in novation was appreciated was shown both by the splendid attendance and the keen interest displayed in the work of the children and their teach ers. Mr. Neil, the headmaster, informed those present that he regretted that the afternoon only permitted of part of the school activities being review ed. However, he promised that each day he would show some fresh phase of the work of their little ones. He hoped, too, that the co-operation of the parents now assured would enable definite progress on the part of the children to be maintained. Miss Jackson, the capable assistant, asked her little ones to show their parents how they read by means of the Jones' hand signs. This proved instructive, and most or the parents saw for the first time how the drud gery has been taken out of the first steps in learning to read. A demonstration in the use of Hill's counters for teach...
CHATSBURY RESIDENT INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 3 October 1925
jCHATSBURY RESIDENT INJURED. Early oil Wednesday morning, as Mr. Robert Gordon, of Chatsbury, was motor-cycling into CJoulburn to join the footballers departing for Young:, he was thrown from his machine near the Kenmore Hotel sustaining cuts on ,the head and bruises 011 the liody. Admitted to St. John's Hospital, he is 'still a patient in that institution, hut is rapidly recovering. Mr. Cordon had almost reached the curve in the road near the bridge when he swerved off the side of the track to avoid running over a. dog trotting beside a sulky. At tlie same moment the Taralga service car came round the corner, and cy clist and car collided, the former com ing off second best. Fortunately, the muchine hit the car obliquely, and the rider was thrown clear. Mr." Gordon's chief concern was the cancellation of his. trip , to Young. i
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 3 October 1925
PERSONAL. The new postmaster at Taralga, Air. N. P. Stewart, who comes from Nimbin, has taken over charge of the local office. • • • Mr. A. J. Milne, former postmaster, leaves to-day and is going on holidays prior to his taking charge at GooUi gong. During the week Mr. Milne has been the guest of several friends, when he was made a presentation of a very handsome travelling bag. Mr. Milne will be very much missed 1n sporting and musical circles, as he took a very keen interest in all class es of sport during his stay here. His many Band boy friends also made liim a presentation during the week, from whose ranks Alick will be very much missed. • • » During the week Miss Peak, of the local post office, has been called away on account of serious illness in the family circle. We learn; with regret, on going to press that Miss Peak's sister passed away. « • « Mr. Walter Bradbury, an old resi dent of Taralga and Crookwell, who will pass the 90th mile-post in No vember, next, is on a visit...
R.A.C.A. Reliability Trial. BUICK GAINS POSSIBLE 500 PTS. IN EIGHT DAYS' TEST. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 3 October 1925
R.A.G.A. Reliability Trial. BUICK GAINS POSSIBLE 500 PTS. IN EIGHT DAYS' TEST. Commenting on the performance of the Buick Sedan driven by Mr. P. A. Mcintosh in the recent R.A.C.A. Re liability trial, the Daily "Telegraph" says: . The performance of this car can on ly he described as extraordinary." In spite ol! the Btrenuous, conditions, nev er a point was lost by it for reliabil ity. and its performance in all the tests'was uniformly good, particularly 'in', the Hying hal-mile, where it av eraged the remarkable speed for a sedan of over i>G m.p.h. The second Buick car entered (a tourer) also went through tlie contest without the^.loss of a point for reli ability, and was placed fourth in the filial results. With the exception of the two Bu ick cars, only two other cars obtain ed full points for reliability. These were the little i) h.p. Hover, driven by Mr .C. B. Bradley, and-the 20 h.p. Austin, driven by Air II. C. Hawke. The Buick Sedan .was the outright winner of the trial wi...
RACING. FINAL ACCEPTANCES FOR EPSOM. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 3 October 1925
RACING. FINAL ACCEPTANCES FOR EPSOM. The Hawk 10 0 Pantheon 9 3 "ialliard .... 9 • 1 t^sJdkadder .. '» 1 Polycle'tan .. 9 0 lUetellus 8 7; Preposterer .. S 5 Balbus. • • .. .. .... .. 8 4 The Dancer .. .. .. .. .. S 2 Boaster .. 8_ 1 Honan .. .. ..' .. 8 0 Itahiri 7 12 Sir Alick ' .. .. ■ 7 12 Red Gauntlet ' 7 10 . Royal Dighton .. ...... 7 S Baldwin .. .. .. .. .. ... 7 7 Anasete 7 7 Quan Tart .. ........ 7 6 Polynesian .. ........ 7 5 Bard of Avon .. ...... 7 5 Irish Prince .. .. .. .. ;. 7 5 Hit .. .... 6 12
A.H.G. GUILD. GRAND ANNUAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 3 October 1925
A.H.G. GUILD. GRAND ANNUAL COUNCIL. The 80th grand annual council of the A.H.C. Guild was held in the Chapter Hall, St. Mary's Cathedral, Sydney, on September 13th and 20th. The Warden-General, Bro. L. D. Hines, presided,, and nearly 100 dele gates from the various branches ans wered the roll-call. The annual report and balance sheets submitted by the executive council showed that the year under review had been most successful. Six new branches were opened. There was a net increase in membership of 443, the total membership at the end of the year being 6462, comprising 5534 males, 746 females (adults), and 182 juveniles. In the membership competition the following branches were successful: Group 1 (under 60 members) : St.' Peter's, Surry Hills. Group 2 (61 to 140 members): S.S. Peter and Paul's, Tempe. Group 3 (over 140 members): St. Fiacre's, Leichardt. On the financial side of'the society it is pleasing to note that after meet ing all demands a balance of £4399 10/5 remains. This ...
BULLOCK CHARGES CAR. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 3 October 1925
BULLOCK CHARGES CAR. Mr. T. Laing, o£ Araluen (says the "Post"), had an unpleasant experi ence wliile driving into Goulburn on Thursday. Near the Inveralochy Bridge he encountered a mob of cat tle which were scattered all over the road, and were really in two sections. When he came on to the second mob, one of the animals dashed into the car, and Mr. Laing, who was accom panied by Ijis wife, had some difficul ty in preventing the motor from cap sizing into a deep gutter on the side of the road. The front axle was bent arid the bonnet was badly dented. It will cost the motorist about £S or £9 to repair the damage. Mr. Laing states that at first he thought the stock were unattended, but lialf-a mile farther on he came upon the drover.
WOOL REPORT SYDNEY, Sept. 23. Schute, Bell & Co., Ltd., report: [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 3 October 1925
WOOL REPORT SYDNEY, Sept. 23. Schute, Bell & Co., Ltd., report: ! Values established here last week seem to have been well maintained in Brisbane, due in great part to vig orous competition from operators on French account. Unless strike com plications develop—and it would seem that the British seamen are almost at the point of realising that they have been induced by agitators to grasp at the shadow instead of the substance —sales should proceed uninterrupted ly ou resumption in Sydney next Mon W'ool has been coming in very free-' ly . during the past fortnight, so that accumulations in store are already substantial. It is essential, therefore, that the full ciuantities as scheduled should be offered weekly between now and Christmas time, if there is to be any reasonable prospect of handling the season's clip by March or April next. After the mix-up of seasons re sulting from the slump in wool prices since January, it is more than usual-' ly desirable that the leading Briti...