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PRIMARY PRODUCERS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 3 October 1925
PRIMARY PRODUCERS' UNION. It is to be hoped there will he a good muster of primary producers of the district present at the social ev iiig to be held at the Federal Hall on Monday evening nest, when members of the executive council of tlie above will be present, one of their objects being to form a local branch of this union.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 3 October 1925
RABBIT SKINS7, —= RABBIT SKINS • f THOSE WHO HAVE SENT TO . . . Goldsbrougli, Mort & Go. Ltd. SYDNEY - iv„ . • • ARE STILL SENDING. RESULTS HAVE PROVED IT. COMPARE OUR PRICES WITH OTHERS. EXPERT OLASSERS. ~ SPECIAL ATTENTION TO, WEIGHTS. - QUICK RETURNS. WRITE FOR LABELS AND REPORTS. FOR SHEARING — and Other Work fFhis Shearing Plant was designed and built directly as the result of requests from many practical farmers. ~ *"•— "BIG-GUN" 2-Stand SHEARING PLANT. is '' made-to-order' • for the man who requires an engine of more than sufficient h.p. to drive the two Shearing Machines and Grindor. The 3 B.H.P. Heavy Duty Cooper Engine^ which is built into the "Big Gun," may be adapted readily to other farm work, such as cutting chaff, sawing wood, pumping water, etc. It is simple to operate, and remarkably low in fuel consumption. , „ ^ Let us supply you with full -particulars. SHEARING DUPLICATES. COOPER, WOLESLEY, LISTER COMBS AND CUTTERS. OAKEY'S EMERY- LE PAGES GLUE. WOLESLEY ...
SHEEP & CATTLE. CROOKWELL SPECIAL SALE. Messrs. O. H. Furuer & Co. (Crookwell) report:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 3 October 1925
SHEEP & CATTLE. CROOKWELL SPECIAL SALE. Messrs. p. H. Furuer & Co. (Crook well) report:— Pull yarding o£ both sheep and cat tle at our special sale last Friday, there being a good attendance of buyers present, both from local and .outside centres. The sheep sale was quite equal to late rates, but., cattle market was slightly lower than previous sales. Sheep.—Fat sheep, 32/6 to 39/9; merino wrs, 30/9 to 34/; merino weth er hoggets, 24/3 to 26/; merino ewe hoggets, to 26/1; merino hoggets, (mixed sexes), 26/ to 2S/; comeback hoggets, 26/3. Cattle.—Fat strs; £0/7/ to £8/4/; fair condition cows, £4 to £5/2/6; fat 2-year-old heifers, to £4/8/6; store blks, 3yrs off, £5/17/6 to £6/9/; strs, ljyrs to 2yrs, £3/5/ to £3/12/6; 1 year-old strs, to £2/10/; poddies, 37/ to £2/2/. • At the above prices we sold on ac count o fthe following owners:— Messrs. Wni. Marmont, E. R. Mac auley, S. Davy, Jno. T. Dooley, W. Y. Smith, Murray Murray, W.A. Steph enson, Ira McDonald, Jno. White,...
AMAZING CURE. MAN'S BROKEN BACK. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 October 1925
AMAZING CURE. MAN'S BROKEN BACK. One of the many cases of remark able cures at Sydney Hospital is tliat of Leslie Malone, a young man from Temora. liis back was broken. But, -although his spine still has a curve in it, he can walk. On April 27 Malone was working on a stack of bags of flour at Temora, when it collapsed on top of him. His right shoulder was wrenched out of its socket, and an X-ray at the local hospital, where he was taken on a lorry, showed that he had sustained a far more serious Injury. One ver tibrae near the base of his spine had ■been fractured, aud another pushed out of position. The use of both legs was gone as a result of the spinal injury, and .Ma. lono had to decide between staying sit the country hospital aud remain ing bedridden. or undergoing the ex cruciating pain that would eventuate in the long train ride to Sydney. He chose the latter. A't first the doctors at Sydney Hospital thought that an operation would be necessary to set the back right. But afte...
PASTORAL. SHEEP DIPPING. Points About an Important Operation [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 October 1925
PASTOEAL. SHEEP DIPPING. Points About an Important Operation Dipping is one of the important op erations of the year to the sheep-ow ner (points out Mr. \V. H. Evans in a Victorian journal), and yet it is sur prising to note the large number of sheep-owners who omit to carry out this operation satisfactorily. If the sheep are not allowed to remain in the solution for a period sufficiently long to thoroughly soak the fleece -to the skin, then the dip is useless. Sheep are dipped to kill and pde vent their infestation with parasites, particularly the sheep tick (or ked) and the sheep louse. Any of the well known dips on the market will kill either, but it rarely kills the eggs, as they have a hard covering through which the liquid does not upenetrate, arid it is those eggs which are the source of reinfestation of the flock. The female t icks lay at intervals some three to five eggs, which are at tached to a sticky substance to the wool. The young tick emerges 21 days later, comes to m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 October 1925
TARALGA. Special Sheep Sale MONDAY NEXT, 12th OCTOBER. CHAS S. BRADBURY Will Sell by Auction at Mudie's Yards, at 1.30 on Monday Next, 2000 Store Sheep Comprising— . " 150 Merino Wethers, 6 and 8 tooth, splendid condition. 100 Wethers, 4 tooth, fat; 120 Wethers, comebacks, big frames. 150 Comeback Ewes, with 75 per cent, lambs at foot. 100 Merino Ewes, with 100 per cent, lambs 150 Merino Ewes, with 100 per cent, lambs 200 Merino Hoggets, as dropped, one mark. 150 Merino Hoggets, as dropped. 200 Comeback Hoggets, as dropped. 200 Merino Wethers, 4, 6, and 8 tooth, good quality. 500 Mixed Sheep in small lots NOTE: The whol,e of the sheep are in splendid condition, have all been dipped, and carrying good fleeces. NOTE DATE: MONDAY NEXT. Friday, 16th October. At 11 o'clock. W. H. Wheatley Will Sell by Auction AT THE CttOOKWKt.1/ YAHUS On Above Date: 300 Mixed Sheep : - ALSO 25 Mixed Cattle FOB THE GARDEN. SOW AND YOU SHALL REAP! VOW is the time for sowing various ■ Seeds and Plants. We h...
Crookwell Police Court. THURSDAY, 1st OCTOBER, 1925. (Heard before Mr. G. R. Williams, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 October 1925
Crookwell Policc Court. THURSDAY, 1st OCTOBER, 1925. (Heard before Mr. G. R. Williams, P.M.) In the Small Debts Court, George P. Cameron, ol Taralga, proceeded against Volney Perth Bensley, of Crookwell, and Ivy Clarissa Bensley, his wife, claiming the sum of £4/16/3 in respect of damage occasioned to the plaintiff's sheep alleged to be caused by the negligent driving of a motor car by the female defendant. Mr. C. T. Clifton appeared for the plaintiff and Mr. J. J. Hanley for the defendants, who denied the negligence alleged. The P.M., after hearing evidence, awarded a verdict for plaintiff for £3 17/-.
A NEW BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 October 1925
NEW BUTTER. A British journal reports that a more durable butter is'being produced' in Holland by churning in an atmos phere of caTbon-dioxide. The air . is easily withdrawn from the churn and replaced by the heavier gas. The por tion of it worked into the butter re mains a long time with ordinary hand ling, thus keeping out the oxygen to which natural deterioration is chief ly due. The increased expense of churning is stated to be very small.
DAIRYING. CLIPPING OF DAIRY COWS. A Departmental View of the Practice [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 October 1925
DAIRYING. CLIPPING OF DAIRY COWS. A Departmental View of the Practice What had been the departmental experience in relation to tho clipping of .dairy cows, ran an inquiry at the Department of Agriculture. The cor respondent remarked that 1n the TJn nited States the practice of clipping the udders and flanks was general and the concensus of opinion there seemed to he that the operation induced a greater flow of milk oft better quality, the result of the comfort the animals enjoyed from the hair being kept short on the parts mentioned. "Clipping," stated the Herdmaster of the Department, in reply, "will neither increase the flow nor the quality of the milk; this is a matter entirely under the nervous control of the cow. With all the experiments that have been carried out throughout the world, the scientist has not dis covered any method, of materially in creasing butter-fat in milk. The main factors in increasing the milk-flow are better breeding and feeding and kinder handling. "Of c...
Great Snakes. Mr. Selby Warren, of McAliater, writes: [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 October 1925
Great Snakes. Mr. Selby Warren, ' of McAliater, writes: • While travelling through Bolong last 4k;ek T captured a brown snake,. which when measured by Mr. Tom Cummins attained the great length' of 8ft 6Jin. The capture proves that'the district of Holong can produce big snakes as well as fat show cattle. The skin is in the possession of Mr. War ren. Doubters are at liberty to in spect. It's no "snake yarn." Mr. Warren challenges any person u> produce evidence of a larger snake ot its specie and should he Ipse it donation of £1 will be given to the Crookwell' Hospital' funds. . ,
MULWAREE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 October 1925
MULWAREE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. Th® ordinary meeting of the Mul waree Shire Council was held on Wednesday afternoon. The president (Cr. J. Walsh) presided, and there were also present Crs. O'Brien, Sieler, Bradbury, and Singer. An apology was received from C. Broadhead. Business arising out o£ the corres pondence was as follows:— The Main Roads Board advised that it did not propose to make any further grant to the shire in respect of flood damage. (Council has already receiv ed £1000). The Board also wrote in connection with the reconditioning of the Main South road, North Goulburn, and re ferred to its promise to provide plant over and above what the council now possesses on extended terms. The Board now suggested that the council authorise its engineer to prepare spe cifications of requirements in regard ito plant, and call tenders or quota tions for supply. If the council so desired the Board would be prepared to provide the funds for the purchase giving the council a pe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 October 1925
Koerstz iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiii Wool llllllllllllllllllllll Presses. iiiiiiiiiiimmmmiiitmii WE CAN SUPPLY ANY OF THE UNDERMENTIONED WOOL PRESSES AT MANUFACTURER'S PRICES: KOERSTZ "BOSKER" PRESS, Weigh about 8cwt £23 KOERSTZ "LITTLE WONDER" PRESS, Weigh about 9cwt . £24 KOERSTZ "SELECTOR" PRESS, Weigh about 12cwt £30 KOERSTZ IMPROVED "SQUATTER" PRESS .. .. £42 PRICES F.O.R., SYDNEY. AVE ask for Your Wool P.ress Order. We will prove we can Save You Jlonev l)y Ordering from Us. SEE US NOW! Goodhew Bros., (The Value and Service Stores) GENERAL IMPORTERS, ('Phone 5.) TARALGA.
Primary Producers' Union. FORMATION OF BRANCH AT TARALGA. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 October 1925
Primary Producers' Union. FORMATION OF BRANCH AT TARALGA. At the Federal Hall, Taralga, on Monday evening last, a well-attended meeting, caled for the purpose o£ for ming the above branch, was held. Mr. J. J. Francis, who was instrumen tal in convening the meeting, occu 'pied the chair. ' „ _ ^ I Mr. Schute, of head office o£ the P. P. Union, was present, also Mr. Tickner, of Bungonia district (presi dent). „ In introducing these two gentlemen to the meeting, the chairman laid particular stress on the fact that any question affecting the interests o£ the primary producers would he thor oughly gone into and assured those present that any questions would be satisfactorily answered. Mr. Schute, who represented the general secretary (Mr. Dunlop), who was unavoidably absent owing to ill ness, gave a very interesting address on the aims and objects of the move ment and the wonderful strides to wards progress that had resulted since the formation of the first branch in New South Wales some...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 October 1925
MANLY. ; "STTELL PUiiNISHED, COMFORT t I ABLE PLAT (1 liiiuute from Buuuli), H Hod Kooiuo, Living Kooiu, iial couy. AllConvonieucai. To let for lou^ or Bhort period. KaeBonablo Tonus to ltAIX | BOW, MUSEUM, SYDNEY. . ALBERTS' Mouth Organ Competition, TAR ALGA TO BE HELD Next Thursday Night, (tho liith inst.) IN Federal Hall. rg^HOSE intending to Contest and liavo JL not entered yet, should do so early , and thus assist us with our final arrange ments. NO ENTRY FEE. A Good Assortment of Boomoraug Organs to Select from at Our Store., In tho other portion o£ the programme •' MEET". is likely to have a rival. Variety Entertainment, Picture Show, and possibly Danee to Follow. S. J. GROSVENOR, SELLING AGENT FOE ALBERTS' iMOUTH ORGANS, STOREKEEPER :: TARALGA. FEDERAL HALL, TARALGA. .Wednesday Next, October 14th, at 7.30 p.m. Supporters of the Bruce Page Ministry ARE invited to attend a MEETING as above. BUSINESS : To consider tho further ance of the Candidature of Sir Chailus Rosenthal, th...
TRAIN ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 October 1925
TRAIN ARRANGEMENTS. VW,4. Train arrangements, as apeparin^ %Z\ Press (luring the past week, have been eagerly scanned by all ami t St is to be expected that on this oc casion Taralga will again be to the ■ front and let the people o£ neighbour ' mg towns see that we are quite alive ' and have taken advantage of what has ■ been a very long discussed subject, , i.e., a pasenger train, the first to leave Taralga '"platform after about thirty years agitation for same.
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 October 1925
TENNIS. The members o£ the Taralga Tennis Club journeyed to I^oelyn on Sunday last to meet the local team, when a very enjoyable game ended In a win for the Taralga team by a very small margin of points. The visitors were entertained by the Rosly nfolk to afternoon tea and arevery delighted with the trip and the hospitality of the Roslyn Club. Following are the scores:— MEN'S DOUBLES. Roslyn. Taralga. Maclnnes and Lowe v. Gordon and Hewitt, 6—2. Storrier and Bradley v. Quinn and Chesher, 2—6. Dooley and Rodger v. Hewitt and Gordon, 3—6. Lowe and Maclnnes v. Alders and Connors, 6—3 Bradley and Wilkinson v. Krello and Chesher, 3—6. Shelly and Storrier v. Chesher ami Hewitt, 1—6. Shelly and Storrie# • v. Qiitna and Hewitt, 2—6. Wilkinson and Bradley v. Krelle and Connors, 6—2. Lowe and' Maclnnes v. Chesher and Alders, 0—6. Rodger and Dooley v. Gordon and Al ders, 1—G. Dooley and Rodger v. Connors arid Quinn, 6—4. Storrier and Lowe v. Gordon aiul Chesher, 6—5. Bradley and Maclnnes v. Kr...
£20,000,000 FOR ROADS [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 October 1925
Ilimmilllllllllliimiiimiiiiiiiiiaiii £20,000,000 FOR ROADS. "£20,000,000, spread over ten years, will be made available to the States iby the Common, wealth Government for road.mak. ing purposes."—Mr. Bruce, In his policy speech on Monday. iiiiiiiiiiimiiiimiMimiiiiiiimiimimiimi
HERE AND THERE [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 October 1925
HERE AND THERE On Monday next Mr. Chas. S. Brad bury will conduct a special sheep sale at Mudie's yards, Taralga. A very attractive catalogue will be pre sented, comprising 2000 store sheep. The sale starts at 1.30 p.m. Refer to advertisement in this issue for full particulars o£ offerings. » ♦ » To Shearers.—New Season's T.TJ.S. Brand Blade Sheep Shears, 4/11 per 'pair at S. J. GroBvenor's Store, Tar alga.—0 « • • . The Hon. J. C. Watson, Australia's first Labour Prime Minister, and a director. of the -Lost River Diamond •Mining Syndicate (Wheeo), was mar ried at the Unitarian Church, Hyde Park,' Sydney,' on Saturday last, to Miss Antonia Lane, of Western Aus tralia. Mr. H. P. Lazzarini.j M.H.R., opened his campaign for the Werriwa seat on Saturday night last at Ragers' corner, Goulburn. The Rev. Dr. Carrujhers, of the Methodist Church connexion, celebrat ed sixty years of active preaching in August. He commenced preach ing in "August/1865. The doctor still fills a pulpit appointme...
Our District Member and Radio. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 10 October 1925
Our District Member an| S j Radio. vl Mr. W. Daviesj M.L.A., who has tak- " en a leading part in the campaign for . the introduction of radio- receiving sets in all the schools in N.S. Wales, has written personal letters to the Par ents and Citizens' Associations arid head teachers of 66 public schools m his electorate, as follows:— • Dear Sir,—As representative o£ Wollondilly electorate in the State Parliament, I have been interesting myself in getting radio more generally installed in the public schools. Within the last month.the education al sessions by radio have been .re sumed and some very fine Iecturettes for the children are being sent-out on three days a week. The value of radio in the schools is not in the direc tion of abolishing the present lessons, but in broadening the minds of the children. It enables the schools to become a social centre where the peo ple of the district can meet and lis ten in whenever anything special is being broadcast. This has the en couragement...