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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

Taralga Refreshment Rooms ORCHARD ST., TARALGA. FINE ASSORTMENT OP CHOCOLATES AND CONFECTIONERY, CHOICE FRUITS IN SEASON, Delicious Ice Cream, Ice Cream Sodas. Ice Cream Sundaes, Vari ous Sparkling I coil Driults, Fruit Salad aud Cream or l-.'c Crc&in. Small Goods Always Ki-pt Fresh. Fancj' Goods, Stationery, Tobac co and Cignrettes of All Kinds. Newsagents for A11 Sporting Papers and "Labor Daily,'' Sunday Times" and "Truth" Newspapers. Luncheons, Light Refreshments and Afternoon Teas a Speciality. Hot Meals, Daintily Cooked, Served at All Hours. We have a Fine Variety of Fancy Boxes of Chocolates for Presents OUR MOTTO: NOTHING BUT THE BEST. Perfect Cleanliness, Civility, and Attention to All. COMINO BROTHERS - PROPRIETORS. Werriwa Electorate. HON H. P. LAZZARINI, M.H.R. WILL ADDRESS THE ELECTORS IN Taralga Hall, ON Monday, 19th inst, R°hh, up and hear LABOR'S POL ICY expounded by one of its ablest speakers. Authorised by— JOHN FITZGIBBONS. Taralga Tennis Glub. GRAND MASK ...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENNIS CLUB MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

TENNIS CLUB MEETING. A large and enthusiastic mecUn« of the committee of the Taraiga Ten nis Club was held at Comino Bros.' refreshment rooms on Monday night, 12th October. The' ground committee reported splendid progress with the prepara tion of the courts, which are now fenced in and almost ready for play. After the by-laws were unanimous ly agreed to the committee consider ed the public opening of the court. It was decided to have this on Sat urday, 31st October. Arrangements for the opening will be announced later. The committee of this club hope to have a meeting ground worthy of Taralga and one where visitors and others will be assured the hospitality that is their due. In order to further this idea thev;iwill hold a grand mask ball on the Liird October, particulars of which appear in our advertising coulms. We recommend all to at tend as the committee guarantee a good time and a supper second to none. The Union Trustee Company of Australia, Limited, has paid to tho Right Rev....

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

TENNIS. At "The Pines" tennis court on Sunday last a very keenly contested game, Taralga v. Bannaby, was played, ending in a draw. In hlie final set, which equalised matters some very strenuous games were played, the Connor Bros, even tually winning the set by 6 to 2, and quite deserved their victory, i Following are the scores: — *' GENT'S DOUBLES. Bannaby. Taralga. Alders and. Connors v. Hewitt and Quinnfi G—4. ' Whipp and Connors v. Alders and Gordon, 5—6. Gordon and R. O'Connor v. Klein and Whiting. 6—3. Connors and Whipp v. Hewitt, and Alders, l)—6. Connors and Connors v. Gordou and Waiting. 5—6. Alders and Gordon v. Quinn and Klein,' ' 6—4. Connors and Connors v.» Whiting and Quinn, G—2. LADIES DOUBLES. . Mrs. Klein and Miss Geary v. Mrs. Gordon and Miss Peak, 3—G. MIXED DOUBLES. Whipp and Mrs. Klein v. Hewitt and Mrs. Gordon, 6—4. ' Connors and Miss Geary v. Alders and Miss Peak, 4—G - Bannaby, 5> sets 47 games. Taralga, 5 sets 47 games. At the conclusion of the above matc...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. (~)UR stocks of these are now, complete and we quote a few Iin«s which will stand comparison. 3Sin DRESS LINENS in Lemon, Mauve, Fawn, Reseda, Sky. Pink, Vieux Rose, White, Cinnamon, Saxe, 2/11 yd; 29in FUJI SILK in Navy, Cinnamon, Sky, Mastic and Powder, 4/5 yd. 33in ASSORTED STRIPED FUJI-DE-LUXE, Natural and Dark grounds, 3/9 yd. 36iu LINENE, Reseda', SaxeT Navy .. 1/9 yd. 30)n BEST QUALITY JAP. CREPES in all shades,11/- per yd. (Also British Crepes). 38in STRIPED CREPES 1/11 yd. I ZEPHYRS AND_ GINGHAMS, a splendid range o£ patterns from 11d fro. 38in PLAIN AND FLORAL VOILES in latest shades and. patterns, from 1/11 yd. 40in CREPE-DE-CHINE (Extra Heavy Quality) in Black. Navv, Sky, Shell, White, Champagne, Powder, Cocoa, Mauve, Royal, Cinna- , mon and Tomato, from 9/11 yd. Also Grey and Champagne i Marocain, 10/6 yd. A fine range of DRESS LENGTHS in STRIPED FUJI, Natural and Dark grounds, Art Silk and Cotton Georgettes, from 15/6 per length, LADY'S FROCKS ...

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The Taralga Erbo. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1925. LOCAL and GENERAL. TARALGA MOUTH ORGAN COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

$Ij£ fealrja: feljcr. . SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1025. LOCAL and GENERAL. TARALGA MOUTH ORGAN COM. PETITION. Over 200 persons attended Al berts' mouth organ competition, or : ganised by Mr. S. J. Grosvenor, anil held in the Federal Hall, Taralga, oil Thursday night last. Mr. C. P. Spouse who won the Australasian championship for ,mouth organ play ing at Ballarat this week, acted as adjudicator and demonstrator. Mr. Spouse was enthusiastically received. He was accorded a round of applause and many encores. \ The competition was won by Mr. W. Westcott.' Roslyn Railway Camp, while Mr., J. Mooney (Taralga 1 filled second place. A full report of the competition will appear in our next issue.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

THE SURE SIGN. A dull, persistent pain in the back, an ache that spoils sleep an ells worse in the morning, a sharp, cutting pain when bending, is a sure sign oMtid liey disease. It is not really the back aching, but the kidneys, which lie just beneath the small of the back. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills quickly relieve the kidneys and help them to drive out of the body the poisons which cause backaclic. urin ary disorders, rheumatism, gravel, stone. The case here given proves that cures are' thorough: Mrs. E. Mortimer, Cowper-street, Crookwell, says: "I am pleased to tell you, Doan's Backache, Kidney Pills cured me of backache and kidney trouble some three years ago and. I have ben as right as a bank ever since. Previous to my cure my back was very painful and it was only with great difficulty that I dould get about, lly general health was poor and 1 often used to feel fit for noth ing. Afriend suggested that I should take Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, and spoke so highly of them th...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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ELECTION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

ELECTION MEETING. Mr H. P. Lazzarini, will address the electors of Taralga at the Federal Hall, Taralga. on Monday night next; October 19tli.

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Our Jugular Vein. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

Our Jugular Vein. (Written by Lt.-Col. M. F. Bruxner, Leader of the Country Party of N.S.W.) There is one factor iu our national activities, which, to country people is what the jugular vein is to the body, viz., transport. Without adequate and continuous rail and shipping facilit ies our products cannot reach their best markets in good condition, nor can we assume prospective buyers or prompt and unbroken supply. It is absolutely essential for country people particularly to only vote for a Government which will see that our transport is kept going and which will back up those who stand by us loyally in times of danger. | Have we taken proper notice of the concerted and systematic attack on our jugular vein by those extremists whom Labor leaders disassociate.. themselves from, but whom they all the time aid and abet? First we had the strike in our own shipping which paralysed our trade and cost the primary producers thous ands. Next, we have the strike amongst British seamen which i...

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STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

STOCK SALE. At C. ;S. Bradbury's special sheep sale held on Monday lust, there was a splendid yarding of sheep in first - cinss condition; carrying heavj; fleeces, ■ and showing any amount of'quality. Prices were not quite up to expecta tions in souve cases being t'roni 2/ to ■"{>/ lower than previous prices ruling No doubt owing to th'e extremely rough day there was a falling off in the usual attendance, only local buy being present. But talcing the weather conditions iuto ,eonsidoration and-tlie uncertain statr. of the market ■/. the sale was most *,atisfactory and practically a total clearance was made • nt the following iviees: , (k)Ofl comebacK wethers, 2 and 1 toothh. to :j0/2/Kood merino wethers, '•1 and G tooth, to :!0/; good merino hog gets, to 27/i);.'fat sheep to 35/6; ewes unci lambs, Jnixc<\ ages, good per- I ventBQe pf lambs, to 2G/. , :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

Com well's Malt Extract added to baby's bottle, helps to digest cows' milk and starchy foods .and keeps the bowels acting regularly.' Babies and older child ren, who have not been thriving, often show a marked improvement when Cornwall's Malt Extrac.t is added' to the diet. Buy a tin from your chemist or grocsr to-. '' day.. ... . p. ■

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TARALGA TENNIS CLUB BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

i TARALGA TENNIS CLUB BALL. I At the Federal Hall, Taralga, 011 Friday night next, the 23rd inst., un der the aiispices of the Taralga Ten nis Club, a ball will be held. Patrons may attend with every assurance that an enjoyable evening will be spent.

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Teachers' Federation. TARALGA BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

Teachers' Federation. TARALGA BRANCH. The usual monthly meeting of the i above was held at the Taralga school on Saturday, 10th October. | : The president apologised for the ab sence o£ the secretary, which was, lie ' hoped, unavoidable on this occasion. The chief business of the meeting was.to arrange for papers to be read on behalf of theTaralga teachers at [the Goulburn Education Week that will be held immediately before the Christmas vacation. Mr. Neil, the .president of the local branch, read a paper on "Matlicma'- •> ics Simplified," and illustrated his re marks with Hill's constructive count- | ers. ; The reading of the paper was ;is- I tened to with great interest, anil a I motion of thanks moved by tno vice- I president (Mr. Dezius) was well re- i ceived. ^ At the previous meeting Mr. Dezius read a worthy paper on "Class Inter ests," and it was arranged that all members lie asked to supplement that paper at the next meeting or the as sociation. We are not all teachers, b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

? Wire Mattresses No. 12—Wire MalSrcsscs, Double .and Treble Woven— No. 12 Double Woven Wire, No. 1 quality. 2ft. 6in. wide ... Double Woven Wire, oft. wide .'. Treble Woven Wire, 2ft. Gin. wide , ... Treble Woven Wire, 3ft. wide .r Treble Woven Wire, lift. Gin. wide ... , Treble Woven Wire, 4ft. Gin wide ... Treble Woven Wiro, No. 2 quality, 3ft. wide Treble Woven Wire, No. 2 quality, 3ft. (iin. wido Treble Woven Wire, No. 2 quality, 4ft. Gin. wido 27/0 2S/G 30/ 33/ 30/ siF No. 13—Wire Mattresses, Raised Ends, Cable Edgei, Treble Woven and Close Woven— No. 13 Treble Woven Wire, No. 2 quality, with raised ends, 'tft. Gin. wido ... f:0/G Treble Woven Wire, No. 1 quality, with raised ends and cable edges, 4ft. Gin. wido f>0/ Close Woven, with raised ends, cable edges, ift. Gin. wide ... 05/0 14—Wire Mattress, " Union Jack." Absolutely the best made, strengthened t with specially heavy woven cross bauds. -Ift. Gin., 78/G; iift. wide, 110/-. The "Sleelltc Dc Luxe." 'All Met.il Mattre...

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HERE AND THERE [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

HERE AND THERE At Melbourne ou Saturday Manfred let his backers down badly. He re fused to ,move when the barrier went up and wasn't in the race at all. lie was 11 to 4 on. To Shearers.—New Season's T.TJ.S. Brand 'Blade Sheep Slibars, 4/11 pfer pair 'at S. J. GrosVenor's Store, Tar alga.—0 The wonder horse, Windbag, regis tered another victory, winning, by a neck from Pilliewinkie. His starting price was 3 to 1 on. This makes his seventh successive win. ) • * * j The pate was a mere crawl for the first half-mile. Pilliewinkie, who lead from the start, stole away and hfid a. lead of two lengths when the last three furlongs were entered upon. In the straight Windbag settled him in short order and won nicely. He demonstrated his ability to win under any circumstances. The veterinary surgeons at Rand wick reported that Yandario and Saridridge,. who fell in the steeple chase, both died from fractured spines. • * V Lord and Lady Stonehaven arrived in Melbourne on Thursday last and were ac...

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44-HOURS BILL. J. C. L. FITZPATRICK IN THE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

44-HOUKS BILL. J. C. L. FITZPATRICK IN THE HOUSE. Speaking on the 44-Hours Bill, Mr.w J. C. L. Fitzpatrick said: "When I was a lad we were under an obligation to do as much work asl; had to be done; lor 3/ a week the:'.' first year; 5/ the second, 7/6 the^ third, and 12/6 the- last—and the bosE'i took me down for the last ' week's wages of a<flve years' term of appren ticeship." . Major Connell: He knew what yoti were worth! Mr. Fitzpatrick: Yes, for the sun- > j>ie reason that though I started opera- • tions on my own account, with little . more than £50 at my disposal, I built up such a business tiiat in 11 years t left the town in which I lived with £5000 in my pocket. I do not want to show hon. members, a number oE whom apparently never had an op portunity of being in business for themselves, or of working for anybody else except in certain directions Mr. A'Hearn: Those were the good old days! Mr. Fitzpatrick: Yes. It is a pity they cannot come back now, so that...

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GOLSPIE (From Our Correspondent.) PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

GOLSPIE (From Our Correspondent.) PRESENTATION. Mrs. Christina Pollock and hpr daughter Ada, being on the eve ,Of their departure to take up. residence at Crookwell, were entertained;": v\>y their friends in the hall on Monday evening. The boisterous weathei; .In terfered with the attendance, biit quite a nice number were present. After a few dances all present sat' down to tea and later Mr. J. A. Mar mont on behalf of the citizens, pre sented Mrs. Pollock with a travell ing rug and in so doing expressed deep regret at their departure after a long residence in our midst. His good wishes for their prosperity and happiness in their new home were, endorsed by the following speakers: Miss Nellie Lawler, Messrs. E. V. Lawler and G. Cameron, who also spoke of the loss to the district In curred by the departure of the ev ening's guests. All present next joined in the singing of Auld Lang Syne. x Both Mr. and Miss Pollock return ed their thanks to the friends for the' evening thus spent....

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(Published by Arrangement.) PROHIBITION AND THE WORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

(Published by Arrangement.) PROHIBITION AND THE WORKERS. In a recent statement, reported in the Philadelphia "Trades Union News," Mr. Alfred J. Brennan, Presi dent oJ the Cunningham Piano Co., of Philadelphia, and interested in other manufacturing concerns, said that his own employees were far better work ers when they were able to obtain wholesome beer, and that prohibition lias worked a baneful influence upon the wage earners of the country. Prohibition, he asserts, had lower ed the efficiency of the employees, had .ruined the health of thousands and had caused widespread discontent in the working ranks of the nation. During the gale on Monday two shops and a bake-house at Drum moyne were unroofed. A man had a miraculous escape from being crushed to death by falling bricks. Consider able damage was done to the roof of the R.C. Presbytery, Crookwell, dur ing the storm on i Monday. Other roofs in the district were lifted and a good amount of damage recorded. The highest velocity of ...

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Commanding Success in the Country. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

llllllilllllIIIItlll|||l|U|lllll||||||flI|||iii|i|i|||||||]||||||||||||||t||||]||||Hllllllllllllllllllll Commanding Success in the Country. •""■'"■iiimiilllllllllllllllMI iiiiiiiiiiiimiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiumiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuii"""""""" fpHIS series of articles has been written not so much to inform the country dweller of something that heorshe already k"4 to endeavour to wake them up to a reality of their responsibility n 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. Young Australia in the Country By "VERB SAP." One of the idiosyncracies of adult human beings is the forgetfulnesa of its youth. Whereas only the mind should grow old and the body young er, the reverse happens in too many cases. "Must give ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

RABBIT SKINS = RABBIT SKINS THOSE WHO HAVE SENT TO , ' Goldsbrough, Mort & Co. Ltd. SYDNEY ARE STILL SENDING. RESULTS HAVE PROVED IT. COMPARE OUR PRICES WITH OTHERS. EXPERT CLASSERS. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO WEIGHTS. QUICK RETURNS. WRITE FOR LABELS AND REPORTS.

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SHIRE COUNCIL'S EXPENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 17 October 1925

SHIRE COUNCIL'S EXPENSES. At u special meeting of tlie Manning 1 Shire Council resentment was express- ] ed at the published statement of Mr. J J. J. Fitzgerald Assistant Minister for Local Government who is reported to have told a deputation at Port Mac- ; quarie that in certain shires 50 per cent, of the funds went in overhead expenses, and this sort of thing could not be permitted to continue. The Minister, it was also reported, said that as the Government had to supply .the bulk of the money for local gov ernment it seemed to him advisable ! to wipe out the shires. The clerk read some figures respecting the year 1923, which the President said made Mr. Fitzgerald's statement look wild. i The Manning Shire, with an income of £22,439, spent 7.42 per cent. In ad ministration expenses. In 1924 the proportion was 7.22 per cent, on £28, 906. The Dorrigo Shire's proportion of administrative expenses in 1923 on an income of £31,744 was only 6.47 per cent., and Gloucester, which was one o...

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