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Federal Elections. MR. H. P. LAZZARINI, MEMBER FOR WERRIWA, AT TARALGA. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 October 1925

Federal Elections. MR. H. P. LAZ2ARINI, MEMBER FOR WERRIWA, AT TARALGA. On Tuesday night, at the Federel Hall, Taralga, air. Lazzarini, the pre sent sitting member for Werriwa, ad dressed a large and attentive audi ence. The address, which lasted for I over two hours, was exactly on the 1 same lilies as Mr. Lazzarini's policy speech, as delivered in Goulburn re cently. which dealt very exhaustively with the doings ot the present Gov ernment and their futile administra tion of the affairs of the country. ' The position as regards the sea men's strike was fully explained and the attempt by the present Govern ment to make this an issue of the ; elections, which has failed when there j was not an industrial strike in Aus I tralia to-day. The speaker also poiuted out that during the past two years elections lial been held in every State in the Commonwealth and as a result to day Labor was governing live ont of six States, of the Commonwealth. The speaker dealt at considerable length ! on...

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

SEND YOUR I, TO • fQHTD 44BRIDGES! &L L. SYDNEY The Firm That Thinks Rightly And Acts Rightly By its Constituents. Persona! Attention •To Every Lot.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOOL REPORT SYDNEY, Oct. 14. Goldsbrough, Mort & Co., Ltd.: [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 24 October 1925

WOOL REPORT I • i SYDNEY, Oct. 14. Goldsbrough, Mort & Co., Ltd.: j Our catalogue for to-day's ; tained G.048 bales, almost the \\boi nf ivlricli was Merino wool in the greasy state, crossbreds and scoured being reptesented by about bait a dozen small lots. The selection included many noted clips from the plain country in the west of tliis State, and while most of them contained good, useful wool, cs neciallv for topmakers, burrs and earth Ave re present in a moreo[J®^ decree, and no lots were sufficiently free to admit of a high range of prices being reached. Under the influence of strong com petition from" an increasing number o£. competitors, values throughout were quite equal to the level of ou last sale, and in the case o{ flce(;«s showing quality, lambs ^ es of skirtings, a distinct advance 01 from -par to five per cent, was recoi li ed Top lines of clips still appear to he relatively cheaper than the i°v.ei grades, and values commanded w broken, pieces, bellies and lo...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEGLECTED NECKS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 October 1925

NEGLECTED NECKS. How many women seem to pay lav ish attention to tlieir faces in the matter of care and cosmetics and ne glect their necks completely? Even a dusting of powder is forgotten and the neck looks far worse by contrast with the carefully tended face. A daily massage with a nourishing cream should be given to the neck. It should then be dabbled briskly with :i wad of cotton wool soaked in an astringent lotion. Before going out. the neck, especially the nape, should be carefully guarded against sunburn. A thin layer of vanishing cream and a liberal application of powder achieve this. The tips of the ears should be powdered. Nothing is better than a cut lemon for whitening the neck, the juice being left on all night. Simple exercises for preserving the contour of the neck and throat can be easily done. The simplest and best consists in turning the head from side to side with the chin held well back. Women who have beautiful necks never sleep on a high pillow: it produces wri...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TOBACCO TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 October 1925

TOBACCO TALK. I£ your tobacco begins to mnuew. don't throw it away. H can easily be restored. But the whole of it must 1)6 treated, as one spot o£ mildew is sufficient to taint a tin or jarful. Lay the tobacco on some muslin, and hold the muslin over the spout of a kettle for a minute. The steam will . kill the fungus, and when the tobacco driesyit will be as good as ever. If your tobacco, instead of mildew. . ing, has turned dry and brittle, use a spray. A perfume spray costs only a few pence at a chemist's. Load it with cold water, and' spray the tobac co gently; having first strewn it out ' evenly on a flat surface. t If, when yoli are at the seaside, you find that your favourite cigars or cig arettes have "gone off," do not blame the local tobacconist. The fault lies in the sea air. The salt in it makes cigars and cigarettes "sick." to use the technical phrase. Many naval men stationed in the tropics pack their cigarettes and cigars in tea, which absorbs the salt moisture of the...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THREE MILES A MINUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 October 1925

THREE MILES A MINUTE. A motor-car built recent]}' is cap able of developing a speed of more tlian three miles a minute. It will never be able to traverse any high way, because its minimum speed is over sixty miles an hour, in .other words, it is incapable of going slow. Its engine is a Napier Lion of the . aeroplane type, and, weighing only SOOlb, develops GOO horse-power. Traveiling at its maximum speed, which may be 200 miles an hour, it will become almost a flying car, skim ming over the ground rather than run ning on the surface. In order to carry out a full mile test at top speed, a stretch of at least seven miles will be necessary. It will require three miles to attain its full speed, and another three to come to

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 October 1925

TARALGA PRODUCE STORE OPENING MONDAY, NOV. 2nd. W. WEBB TyiSHES to notify the Public of Taralga and District that he ifs opening this Business on Monday Next,. 2nd November, at Premises known as Old Freezing Works, Church Street, Taralga. All classes of Produce Bought and Sold for Cash. Orders delivered to any part of the District. Business Und$r Own Personal Supervision. Agent for Vita Sheep Lick. Forwarding Agent for Jones & Co., Produce Merchants, Sydnay. W. WEBB PROPRIETOR. DON'T FORGET! Tennis Tournament and Garden Fete AT MYRTLEVILLE ON DEC. 5th. MIXED DOUBLES; Prizes: £1/1/; Second, 10/C. Play commences at 9.30 a.m. sharp. Entrance foe, 2/6. • All entries accompanicd by fee to reach the Secretary not later than November 21st. Cookery Competition BEST JAM SANDWICH.—Prize: 5/-; second, 2/6. BEST 4-DOZ. SCONES—Prize: 5/-; second, 2/6. Entrance fee, Slxpeuce. All cookery to become the property of the Refreshment Stall. S. H. DELVES, Hon. Secretary. goulburn, n.s.w. W. H. ...

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AN UPSETTING CHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 October 1925

AN UPSETTING CHANGE'. Warder: "Ain't yer asleep yet?" Ex-burglar: "No; it seems so funny to be lyin' in bed in the middle o' tlie night."

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Miscellaneous Items. POINTS OF VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 October 1925

Miscellaneous Items. POINTS OF VIEW. Xo woman attains her full charac ter until she is wedded.—Lord Jelli coe. The private schools in England are public nuisances.—Mr. Bernard Shaw. People should never ride on vehic les with their legs crossed.—Dr. Chat Morris. The equalisation of individual in comes is an illusiop.—Sir Josiah Stamp. H is almost impossible to value a work of art.— -Mr. G. Locker-Damp son, M.P.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Club Swinging Test. MARTIN DOBRILLA PERFORMS FOR 41 HOURS 55 MINUTES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 October 1925

. Club Swinging Test. /..> MARTIN DOBRILLA PERFORMS ;1 FOR 41 HOURS 55 MINUTES. At 5 o'clock on Friday morninjc Martin - Dobrilla (whose accent does not suggest any collection' with his name), in the presenece ot' a local committee, commenced liis , club swinging feat—a test of endurance— and carried 011 continuously for 41 hours 55 minutes, concluding after the pictures at the Institute Hall on Saturday night at 10.55. At the picture interval Mr. Nut. Churchill (one of the committee ■ made an appeal to the large picture audience, and the. hat was passed round,'the response being mos sym pathetic. When his seconds called "Time," Dobrilla dropped his clubs not re luctantly and came forward to ex press his thanks to those who had evinced an interest In his feat and for the patronage betstowed. Clubs weigh 3.11bs each. Apart from the fact that Dobrilla'a feat is a remarkable test of human endurance, it does not appear to serve any other purpose. He is, however, a master in the art o...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Fresh Tenders for Mails. ALTERNATIVE PROPOSALS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 October 1925

Fresh Tenders for Mails. ALTERNATIVE PROPOSALS. Corerspondence on this mutter has previously appeared in the "Echo." Attention is now directed > by those concerned to the Government Gazette, first supplementary edition, Oct> 15, wherein tenders are called for the alternative services proposed. On iinstigation it appears; that tkere a'tfquite a number of propos als, ar>-* J^nders are asked on no 1cb3 'than different ways, so at least we C!&- surely expect • something of an improvement on the existing ser vices. No. 10a" is a service that should commend itself very strongly, as it meets entirely with the position, giving us a thoroughly sound service daily to Curraweela, Yalbraith and Golspie, and takes the place of the two existing services. Should this service he run on the alternate routes each day, travelling via Stone Quarry three times a week and via Richlands three times a week, it will admirably fill the bill.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 October 1925

RABBIT SKINS = BABBIT SKINS THOSE WHO HAVE SENT TO Goldsbrough, ILort & Co. Ltd. SYDNEY ARE STHJL SENDING. RESULTS HAVE PROVED IT. COMPARE OUR PRICES WITH OTHERS. EXPERT CLASSERS. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO WEIGHTS. QUICK RETURNS. WRITE FOR LABELS AND REPORTS. FOR SHEARING and Other Work Hhis Shearing Plant was designed and built directly as the result of requests from many practical farmers. THE "BIG-GUN" 2-Stand SHEARING PLANT. is "made-to-order" for the mail who requires an engiue of more than sufficient h.p. to drive the two Shearing Machines and Grinder. The 3 B.H.P. Heavy Duty Cooper Engine, which is built into the "Big Gun," may be adapted readity 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 SHEARING MACHINERY & CYLINDER OIL...

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MUSICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 October 1925

MUSICAL. . ■ • % / In the examinations held recently at Taralga tlie following pupils of, St. Joseph's Convent School were successful:—f Sydney College of Music (Theory) Junior Grade—Lower Division: Mag tlaliiu*. Wobb (honours), 77 percent.;' Nora Marmout (honours), 88 per cent. Initiatory Grade: Sylvia Connors 1 (honours), -88 per cetjt.: Boris Mar '• rnont (honours). S7 'per cent.; Rita Oreo (pans). 7S prr cent.; Anni® Moonoy (pass), 7G per cent.

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 October 1925

'TENNIS. Members o£ tlie Taralga Tenuis Club journeyed to Roelyn ou Sunday last, "when they were the guests of the Railway Construction Works and Tennis Club for the day. Luncheon and afternoon tea was served by the ladles of Roslyn Club and the visitors are loud in their praise of the hos pitality of the Rbslyn members and of the splendid day's outing. The scores, as appended, are not a true reflex of the day's play. Although the visitors won by a fair margin, some really Interesting and exciting finishes were. the result of most of the games played. Taralga. Roslyn. MEN'S DOUBLES. Krelle and Chesher v Bradley 'and Lee, 6-3. G. and E. Alders v. Rolfeand Shelly, 5-6. Quinn and Menzies v Thompson and Austin, 6-3. Alders Bros, v Shelly and Thompson, 6-5. Alders Bros. t. Bradley and Lee, 6-5. Chesher and Krelle v Rolfe and Shel ly, 4-6. Quinn and Menzies v Bradley and Lee, 0-6. CheBher and Krelle v Thompson and Austin, 6-1. Quinn and Menzies v. Rolfe and Shelly, 3-6. MIXED DOUBLES. Kre...

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(Published by Arrangement.) CONTRASTS THAT STARTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 October 1925

(Published' by Arrangement.) CONTRASTS THAT STARTLE. "May we call attention," says "Judge" (New York), "to figures made public by the. Department of Com merce in Washington showing tliat England is closing her prisons be cause ot a decrease of crime. 1 °°1 England, with he'r licensed pubs. "Practically a third of the total number of English prisons have been closed since 1914. "Contrast with this wretched fcliov - ing, the popularity and prosperity ot our own prison system. In the coun try as a whole it is estimated that between 1010 and 1A23 our l>i'lM011 pupulation lucreasod by 2,0!>7,^47. "Hurrah for Prohibition. God blesfa our pious legislators!" concludes "Judge."

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 October 1925

SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. ()UR stocks of these are now complete and we quote a few lino.' which will stand comparison. SSiii 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. 36in L1NENE, Reseda, Saxe, Navy .. 1/9 yd. 30in BEST QUALITY JAP. CREPES in all shades, 1/. per yd; (Also British Crepes). 3Sin STRIPED CREPES .. 1/11 yd. ZEPHYRS AND GINGHAMS, a splendid range of patterns from 11d fro', 3Sin PLAIN AND FLORAL VOILES in latest shades and patterns, from 1/11 yd. •lOin CREPE-DE-CHINE (Extra Heavy Quality) in Black, Navy, Sky, Shell, White, Champagne, Powder, Cocoa, Mauve, Royal, Cinna-' nion 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 Georgettes, from 15/6 per length. LADY'S FROCKS in...

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WEATHER CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 October 1925

WEATHER CONDITIONS. This (Thursday) morning, hot and sultry with strong winds blowing. Rain is badly needed, as there is not iiuite sufficient growth for this time of. year and crops are not up to usual standard. If we do not get rain with in the next week crops will be too far gone and the hay yield for the present season will 'be small.

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The [?] Echo. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1925. LOCAL and GENERAL. LETTER-BOX CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 October 1925

®jxc fcaiga (Skim. j SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1925. LOCAL and GENERAL. LETTER-BOX CLEARANCES. The request for clearance of letter box at north end of Orchard-street daily mude by the Progress Associa tion. has been granted. When ' this matter was placed before our local 'postmaster (Sir. Stewart) the request was immediately complied with and he informed those concerned that he would recommend same. To those interested and for information to the public generally, the clearances will .be made at 9.30- a.m. and 4.30 p.m.. Sundays excepted. This early service will now give business people at that end the opportunity of posting and having their correspondence delivered by the different outgoing mails to the various districts on the same (lay.

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THE GARDEN FLOWERS AND VEGETABLES. WHAT TO SOW IN NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 October 1925

THE GARDEN FLOWERS AND VEGETABLES. WHAT TO SOW IN NOVEMBER. Vegetable Seeds.—Sow celery, cress, mustard, kohl rabi, lettuce, peas (eaTly and late varieties), spinach (round), potatoes (late sorts), radish, turnip, French beans (early varieties). Flower Seeds.—Continue planting dahlias. Plant out celery, cabbage and other green-house varieties. Pansies may be sown under cover for early autumn planting. <, Miscellaneous.—Continue planting dahlias. Plant out celery, cabbage and cauliflower ' (seasonable variet ies), also seasonable bedding plants. Continue to sow maize tor fodder, if weather favourable.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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RAILWAY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 October 1925

RAILWAY NEWS. Everything is now in readiness for j the coming wool season and owners-: can confidently look forward to se- ! curing trucks when required. The weigli-bridge is* now in. position and the goods shed is well on the way to wards completion. The official open ing is expected to take place shortly. The station master's residence is very nearly completed, and .quite an ani mated scene now presents itself at the yards, as every morning consignments are arriving for business people who are already taking advantage of it by having' the whole of their heavy consignments forwarded by rail.

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