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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 October 1925

NOTICE. • pOULOS & CO. (late of Taralga) ' '~T wish to convey to tlieir Taralga ^and j District Friends that they have ^j$fturchased the business known as !'f$The Goulburn Cafe, 153 Auburn St. '^'Iftnext Goulburn Co-op. Society), and /i'/fliope for a continuance of their val support when coining to Goulburn. TARALGA WILL BE SPECIALLY ■V CATERED FOR ■ Not forgetting our many. Baud boy friends. Phone 615 s — Goulburn.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 October 1925

SPUING AND SUMMER " GOODS. QUR stoclis o£ tlicse are uow complete and we quote a few lines wliich will stand comparison. 3Sin DRESS LINENS in Lemon, Mauve, Fawn, Reseda, Sky. Fink, 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. 36in LINENE, Reseda, Saxe, Navy /. .. .. .. .. .. ... 1/9 yd. 30in BEST QUALITY JAP. CREPES in all shades, 1/. per yd. (Also British Crepes). . 38in STRIPED CREPES.. ;. .. ...... .. ........ i. 1/11 yd. ZEPHYRS AND GINGHAMS, a splendid range of patterns from 11d fra. 38in PLAIN AND FLORAL VOILES in latest shades and patterns. . from 1/11 yd. 40in CREPE-DE-CHINE (Extra Heavy Quality) in Black. Navy, Sky, : Shell, White, Champagne, Powder, Cocoa, Mauve, Royal, Cinna mon and-Tomato, from 9/11 yd. Also Grey and Champagne Marocain, 10/6 yd. A fine range of DRESS LENGTHS in STRIPED FUJI, Natural and Dark grounds, Art Silk and Cotton G...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOOL. The Secretary, Farmers & Graziers' Co-op. Co. writes:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 October 1925

WOOL. } • / The Secretarj', Farmers & Graz iers' Co-op. Co. writes:— The progress of the wool market, during the past few weeks lias been on entirely satisfactory lines from .the seller's point of view. Excellent clearances have been effected, and this notwithstanding the fact that the offerings have not been of a partic ularly attractive nature. At latest sales the clearances at auction approximated 96 per cent, of the offerings; the best test at any time as to the'strength of the market is the percentage of wool which is sold a auction. France still continues the mainstay of the market, and that section of the buyers has been mostly responsible for the high prices paid for wools of fine quality, but it is gratifying to find that the other sections of the Continental trade have widened their activity. A wider demand is appar ent from Germany, whilst Yorkshire is showing more activity. The market has been" fairly well tested recently, as full catalogues have been offered at ...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The [?] Echo. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 24, 1925. LOCAL and GENERAL. SHEARING SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 October 1925

$rf foljrr. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 24, 1.925. j LOCAL and GENERAL. SHEARING SEASON. In some places llic shearing is al ready completed anil signs of active " operations are.'in evidence as tlie district ; lias already "been visited by se\'eral.'prospective wool, buyers, but no .sales are as yet reported. 1 . The clip this season should he right vp ' to usual standard and in some cases better, than last year, as own ers' reports indicate that sheep have done remarkably well, weather con ditions being favourable and the clip particularly clean. Decent prices are expected and if owners' expectations are realised some very fair sales lo cally are likely to take place.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAT STOCK, SYDNEY, Oct. 16. Pitt, Son & Badgery, Ltd., report: [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 October 1925

FAT STOCK, SYDNEY, Oct. 1C. Pitt. Son & Badaery, Ltd.. report: Cattle.—3650 head yarded, aggre gating 6050 for the week, several hundred Quenslanders being includ ed. In point of quality the yarding .was an improvement on the standard lately outstanding, there being a fair representation of good to prime beef, although medium to plain and infer ior sorts were still strongly in evid ence. All sections of the trade op erated and the market, opening buoy antly, remained firm at last day's improved rates to the finish. Sheep and Lambs.—38,000 penned, being 5000 fewer than were drawn for (aggregating 82,000 for .the week), mainly comprising good to prime de scriptions in both Merinos and Cross breds with a smaller representation of sucker lambs than of late. Market opened about on a par with last day, and allowing for an occasional slight recovery of last week's decline, there was no material improvement on the day. Prime Beef.—Choice light strs aljt. 42/ per lOOlbs; prime med. w...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 October 1925

TENNIS. A match between Richlamls and Taralga played on "The Pines" .courts on Saturday last ivas produc tive of some really llrst-claas tennis. Taralga won by the small niitrgin of one set and two games. Inquiries ■were,, made tor actual results but were unprocurable. Results oE such match es forwarded by clul) secretaries will be much appreciated..

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sound Immigration. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 October 1925

Sound Immigration. That the community in general is anxious and desirous of assisting in the great question of increased popu lation is evinced by-the interest ana ■suggestions from time to time being constantly drawn attention to by the medium of the press. Of all schemes yet outlined, the system of migration by nomination is one that lias the endorsement of all parties and sections of the community. It is sound,i and secures for the new comers accommodation and employ ment on arrival. As a result of the greatly reduced assisted passage rates under the new agreement between the. British and Commonwealth Governments, there has been a marked increase in 110111 •inations by friends and relatives,' and •■•with the view of making the system move generally known, we now draw bur readers' attention to the oppor tunities that exist. Any residents in •New South Wales may nominate any •friend or relative in the United Kingdom for an assisted passage, the cost of which can be paid at this end...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEATHER CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 October 1925

WEATHER CONDITIONS. Wednesday morning was' dull awl j .overcast .at 9.80. Nice rain ''fell for v snvlnlo, a tbtal ol' 43 points being reg rnstered at .the local post office.v , At tinie of writing (Thursday) «:6n ditjpns again favourable for further showers. Already the beneficial effects of showers . are showing, the district presenting for the. first time tuts year ■•spring conditions, as everywhere , uround looks green and fresh. Crops Jiavo certainly benefited by the slight .'full, but ytet still moro is wanted to] make tli(:':soil lit for potato planting -uiiioh will' he 111 full su'ini; in the.I course ot a tfeeli: or two.v.R.i, v

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 October 1925

8* Friday, 30th October. At 11 6'clock.' W. H. Wheat ley Will Sell by Auction AT THE CBOOKWHI.I, VAIUIS . On Above Date: 300 Mixed Sheep ALSO 25 Mixed Cattle CROOKWELL. SPECIAL SHEEP AND CATTLE SALE Friday, 6th November. O. H. FUKNER & GO. Will Sell on above date 3000 Splendid Store Sheep Including— 800 COMEBACK EWES, 3 and 4 years old, station bred, great quality and condition, shorn September, direct from Goolagong. 200 MERINO WETHERS, 1 year old, shorn 1st October, from Frogmore 150 MERINO WETHERS, 1 year old, unshorn. 150 MERINO EWES, 4 and 6 tooth, with lambs at foot, shorn 1st Oc tober. 100 COMEBACK EWES, 4 years old, with lambs at foot, unshorn. 100 MERINO HOGGETS, unshorn, .great, woolcutters. 350 COMEBACK. HOGGETS, good condition, unshorn. 150 XBRED HOGGETS. 1000 MIXED SHEEP. , 300 Head Cattle Including— 20 FAT BULLOCKS and COWS, from Frogmore. 100 BULLOCKS, 3 and i years old, forward condition, station bred. . jhl2 WORKING BULLOCKS. JlAfciS STEERS. 2 years old, goo...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 October 1925

jamiim Rogers' Quality Bedding - N Our Furniture Department | Special Quotations for Fibre, Flock or Hair Mattresses. KAPOK BEDDING 1 Best Quality Samaraug Kapok in blue and white stripe or fancy tickings. Made in var ious qualities as per price list. 1" BEST WORKMANSHIP. No. 17—Quality Set. 7ini Piped Borders, close double'stitcbed, £8/10/-. Kapok Beds (no borders) MADE IN COLORED COTTON TICKING 2ft. Gin., 22/6 ; 3ft., 30/-; 3ft. Gin., 3G/6 : Kapok Mattresses No. 12 Quality. Bed laced, 4in. borders. Blue and White Ticking. 2ft. 6in., 34/6; 3ft., 42/6 ; 3ft. 6in., 50/-; 4ft. 6in.,.63/-. No. 12A Quality. Bed laced, 4in. stitched borders. Blue und White Stripe Union Ticking. 4ft. 6in., 75/-. No. 14 Quality. Bed laced, Sin. double stitched borders. Blue and White Stripe "Union Ticking. 2ft. 6in., 47/6',; 3ft., 57/6; 3fc. 6in., 67/6. No. 15.Quality.. Piped.Sin. double stitched borders. Blue and White Stripe Union Ticking. , ;■ 2ft. 6in., 52/6 ; 3ft., 63/-;'3ft..6in., 7'2/Gr~v~^'^ - Spec...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sir Charles Rosenthal. ADDRESSES THE ELECTORS AT TARALGA. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 October 1925

Sir Charles Rosenthal. addresses the electors at taralgA. Sir Charles Rosenthal, Nationalist candidate for Werriwa, addressed a meeting in the Federal Hall, Taralga, on Friday night last. - Sir'Charles was given , a very at tentive hearing and during the ad dress, which lasted for over- two hours, was frequently applauded. He emphasised that he was a staunch supporter of the platform as announced by Mr. Bruce, Prime Min ister, and while at all times prepared to support it/he reserved the right on any question outside of this to use his own judgment in the interests of the country generally. Sir Charles very strongly stressed " the point that if returned to Parlia ment he would be a very strong ad vocate in the interests of our timber resources, which at the present time were very much depleted, ajitl he would uBe every endeavour to bring about a more systematic system of dealing with this very important branch by having plantations of the different classes of timber largely us ed at...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SIR CHARLES ROSENTHAL, K.C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O., V.D. PERSONAL SKETCH. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 October 1925

SIR CHARLES ROSENTHAL, K.C.B., -r j C.M.G., D.S.O., V.D.K '4 ^ ! : PERSONAL SKETCH. ^ t r [ Major-General Sir Chas. Rosenthal 'was born and educated in New South Wales, and with the exceptioii of. the •'period of the'Great War has lived .'in Australia all his life. I He is an architect by profession, aS Fellow of the Royal Institute of. Brit ish Architects, London, and has been in practice in New South' Wales tor over twenty years. r Since the age of seventeen, when he first joined the Citizen Military Forces as a Garrison Artillery gunner, he has taken a consistent and enthus iastic interest in Defence matters. In August, 1914, on the outbreak of war, he volu'ntered for active service and was selected to command an. Ar tillery Brigade of the 1st Australian Division, A.I.F. He Has seen service on many battlefields, from Gallipoli to Egypt, Belgium and France, and has held many important commands, chiefly that of the 2nd Division, A.I.F., which fought and won, under his guidance, man...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SIR CHARLES' APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 October 1925

SIR CHARLES' APPEAL. Wishing to support the Prime Min ister and his colleagues in the ser ious crisis now lacing the Common wealth, I offer my services in the forthcoming election as a candidate for the Werriwa seat iu the House of Representatives. All thinking citizens must be ap palled at the condition of affairs now confronting us, and must give full consideration to the issues involved, so that on November 14th their votes will be cast in the direction best cal culated to aid our Commonwealth and to uphold responsible Govern ment. No country, particularly free Aus tralia, can afford to allow irrespons ible and .misguided individuals . or organisations to stand in the way of national peace and progress. To-day our oversea transport is disorganised, our industries are ser iously affected in consequence, and our primary producers are suffering se vere losses, and this not because of our own local troubles, but because of imported grievances and imported agitators. The Commonwealth ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 October 1925

Corn, well's Malt Extract « pleasant Tonic food and. Digestive, increases the nutri tive value of other foods, ' helping to bring back the general sense of well-being and capacity of enjoyment. Bet it on bread, toast, bis cuits, or porridge, stir it into milk or take it just out of the spoon after meals. Grown-ups like- it just tut much as children—and it i» good for all.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"FISHER'S GHOST." [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 October 1925

"FISHER'S GHOST." Those who have read the story of' "Fisher's Ghost," which is founded on ■' absolute facts, will be interested to know that the picture is to be shown at the "Wild West Pictures," Tarul ga, 011 Tuesday night next, 27th inst. | The production1 makes a strong ap- ' peal to those Who fancy something: with a weird ilav'our. It has been ' shown at both Goulbunr and ■ Crook well with remarkable success. On November 7th something with local colour—"Around the Boree Log"—is to be presented at Taralga, when lo-.j cals will be afforded an opportunity ; of seeing local faces on the screen,!: as well as portions of the' surro.uud ing countryside. . ' I

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(Published by Arrangement). LAW HELD IN CONTEMPT. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 October 1925

(Published by Arrangement). LAW HELD IN CONTEMPT. "Secretary Hoover," says the "Jour nal," Chicago, "estimates that 40, 000,000 dollars worth of-liquor was smuggled into the United States last year, and that this price represents about 1,333,000 cases of 'hard stuff.' Practically~all students of conditions consider this estimate fq.r too low. "Millions and millions of gallons of homebrewed, malt liquors are made and consumed. Moonshine is being distilled out of everything, from pot atoes to furniture polish, in such, quantities that it has taken about 100 lives in Coolc County alone since the first of the year. Adding all these items; one gets some idea' of the 'dry ness''of the nation. "Meanwhile, the whole body of law is brought into contempt by the re sentment against and wholesale vio lations of the law. The underworld has fonnd a new source of profit and immunity in providing drinks for. the upper. The increase of' crime noted everywhere in the country is a nat ural consequence...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Entertainment and Mouth Organ Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 October 1925

Entertainment and Mouth Organ Competition. As briefly announced in our last is sue, this entertainment.was held and provided one of the 'best night's amusement we- have had for some considerable time, as clearly demon strated by the continued applause of the large audience present. The adjudicator, Mr. P. C. Spouse, of Auburn (according to report in tha Ballarat "Courier" of October 13th) in which paper he is recognesed as the champion mouth organ player of ' the Commonwealth, played the selections which he rendered in the competition at Ballarat when he won the championship, and these were quite a treat to listen to and evoked much applause. . ' The exhibition given by Mr. Wilk ins, our local musician, on 14 differ ent instruments, also came in for very favourable comment. , Several vocal items were also ren dered during the evening and added much to the enjoyment of all present. | The organiser, Mr. S. J. Grosvenor, tenders his sincerest thanks to all who helped to make the evenin...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 October 1925

All bottles delivered by this Company with either the Trade Mark and/or Brand m o u 1 d ed thereon are not sold but remain thesole property of RESCH'S LIMITED from which Company they have been loaned, and such bottles have been de livered by such Company sole ly for purposes of enabling the contents to be used once only for re tailing, consuming or using Lager Beers or other fer mented orunfermented liquors manufactured or ven ded by this Company, and contained in such bottles. •When the contents are once used the bottles must be forthwith, on demand, handed or given "over or rer turned to the said Company or its agents, The bottles may not be destroyed or damaged or parted with, or may not be used for any but the foregoing purpose. 6

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Commanding Success in the Country. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 October 1925

>iiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii|||ii|,,,||||||||||ii|M Commanding Success in the Country. •"THIS series of articles has been written not so much o n the country dweller of something that he or she already nows» to endeavour to wake them up to a reality of their respons the matter of stimulating effort in the country to '3r'n^_a ^ract(v^ ter conditions—modernising and making our towns more .. and inviting. In short, to stop the drift to the cities, and to s re decentralisation. . . . Any reader who feels disposed to assist us by expressing h s views through these columns may do so. A "'Quid-Pro-Quo." By "Verb Sap." When we begin to seriously organ ise our resources in Australia; when we have awakened more of the get together idea; when we get alive to the need for more constructive and consecutive action, then we will all realise the utility of the "group su system." "A new idea?" some of my readers may ask. No! it is as old as i...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Taralga's First Passenger Train. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 October 1925

Taralga's First Passenger Train. On Monday morning, as looked for ward to for some time, the public came forward Sir large numbers to see and participate in the despatch of the first train to leave Taralga platform. As early as 5.30 there could be seen making their way to the station a constant stream of pass engers from every direction and at the appointed time for departure there were fully 250 people present, the majority being passengers by the train for Goulburn Bight-hour Day celebrations. T ell bookings at Taralga were 150 and at the pick up stations be tween Taralga and Roslyn there were abo'ut 50, making a total of 200. To much appreciation could not be expressed .to thosein .charge of the arrangements for the consideration and attention given, although we have 'not as yet got any office or proper convenience for the sale of tickets r otherwise tho improvised arrange ments at the disposal of those in charge were made the best of and no confusion of any kind occurred in any ...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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