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THE SURE SIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 October 1925
THE SURE SIGN. A dull, persistent pain in the back, an ache that spoils sleep an dis worse in the morning, a sharp, cutting pain when bending, is a sure sign ol kid ney 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 tliem to drive out of the body the poisons which cause backache, urin ary disorders, rheumatism, gravel, atone. The case here given proves that cures are thorough: Mrs. K. Mortimer, Cowper-utreet. Crookwell, says: "I am pleased to tell I you Doan's Backache Kidney Pills j cured nie of backache and kidney s trouble some three years ago and I [ have ben as right as a bunk ever since. Previous to my cure my back was very painful and it was only with great difficulty tbat I could get about.' My general health was poor and X often used to feel fit for noth iug. Afriemi suggested that I should take Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, and spoke so highly o£ the...
WOOL REPORT SYDNEY, Oct. 22. Schute, Bell & Co., Ltd., report: [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 October 1925
WOOL REPORT SYDNEY, Oct. 22. Schute, Bell & Co.. Ltd.. report: Sales have proceeded in Brisbane this week very much on the lines of our experience in Sydney of late. Buoyancy continues, fortunately with out any tendency to dangerous boom ing. Steadily consumption is becom ing rehabilitated on a more healthy looting, and now that Bradford com petition is expanding, and becoming an active factor in our market, it does not seem to be unreasonable to have confidence in maintainance of steady values. A recent cable from the Australian Trade Commissioner in the United States forecasts extensive buying here by America during the next few weeks. "Whilst it does seem probable that America will be forced to ac quire an appreciable quantity of Aus tralian fine wool this season, it would,' in our opinion, lie madness to back fulfilment of the Trade Commis sioner's prediction to the extent of withholding wool from auction until such demand materialises. The Un ited States came in spasmod...
FAT STOCK, SYDNEY, Oct. 23. Pitt, Son & Badgery, Ltd, report: [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 October 1925
FAT STOCK, SYDNEY. Oct. 23. Pitt. Son & Badgery, Ltd, report: Cattle.—377S head yarded, aggre gating 6750 for tlio week, several hundred Queenslanders being includ ed. From a representative attend ance of buyers competition was brisk and values generally were very firm at last Monday's best rates. Sheep and Lambs.—40,650 penned, aggregating 74,828 for the week, com prising all descriptions of both Mer ino and Crossbreds, good to prime sorts preponderating. The usual buy ers operated and prime wethers and Iambs met with strong competition at values showing an advance of 1/ to 2/- per head on those descriptions, while other sorts remained unaltered. Phime Beef.—Choice light strs abt 44/ per lOOlbs; prime med wgt beef abt 39/ per lOOlbs; prime hvy beef abt 37/ per lOOlbs; prime cow beef abt 35/ per lOOlbs. Prime Mutton and Lamb.—Prime light Merino wrs and hoggets 4Jd to ■ijd per lb; primest lbs Gd to 7d per lb: second qua! lbs abt 5d per lb; prime hvy xbred and merino wrs abt 4...
FASHION MAGS. WELDON'S LADIES' JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 October 1925
FASHION MAGS. WELDON'S LADIES' JOURNAL. Weldon's Ladies' Journal of fash ion for November opens up very sat isfactorily. It contains the latest Paris styles adapted to the needs of the home dressmaker; adso free pat terns of lady's new French coat and lady's smart dress; a new transfer design for net applique, run stitch and embroidery on underwear, etc.; photogravure supplement of the lat est styles from Paris; fashions seen on the London stage; chic dresses and coats for all social functions; styles showing the new flare and circular effects; smart pleated de signs for afternoon wear; new dance frocks, evening frocks and cloaks; wrap coats for travelling; 2 pice costumes; styles for matrons and women with slender hips; spec ial styles for hot. climates; under wear for day and evening wear; new house coatees, jumperB, blouses and skirts; millinery to make at home; special articles on beauty—"Hair dressing Styles," by Emile; furnish ing; gardening; cookery; astrology; book reviews; ...
Lost River Diamond Mine. BIG PARTY INSPECTS WORKINGS COMPANY TO BE FLOATED. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 October 1925
Lost River Diamond Mine. BIG PARTY INSPECTS WORKINGS COMPANY TO BE FLOATED. On. Sunday last, 25th inst., a large pafty visited the above mine, which is situated upon the property of Mr. T. J. McCormack at Wheeo. A. large amount of prospecting has been done upon this property during the last twelve months by Messrs. Easdown, Watson and Smith, and dur ing that time a large number of dia monds and other precious stones have been found. The gathering on Sunday, which was in the nature of a picnic, was held primarily to show intending in vestors the nature of the work done, as it is intended to float a company . in the near future to work the mine. A large number of the visitors came from Goulburn, while, there were al so many Crookwell residents present. After inspecting the workings at 'various places on the property, the ■ party proceeded to the banks of the Lost River, where pulsating machinery has been erected to deal with the wash obtained from the workings. The pulsator evoked muc...
GOLSPIE (From Our Correspondent.) ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 October 1925
GOLSPIE (Prom Our Correspondent.) ACCIDENT. ! While travelling the locality in his van last week Mr. W. J. Jeffery,. of Taralga, met with a mishap by the capsizing of the vehicle on a byroad near the residence of Mr. D. Croker. Fortunately, Mr. Jeffery escaped in jury and'the damages to the van and contents were oitly of a minor nat ure. PROGRESS COMMITTEE. At the last meeting of the commit tee it was decided to again write to the Department re the fencing of the local school, which is in a deplorable condition. It was arranged for a de putation to meet the Shire Council Engineer at the crossing on the 'Bo long River at 10 o'clock on Saturday. This was carried, out. about twenty residents meeting the engineer. Al though not prearranged, the residents put forward a good case, 'as Mr. James Lang and family, journeying by car to Crookwell, got stuck up''in the middle of the river just at the time of Mr. Burmester's arrival. Wire had to be attached to the car and a dozen men and Mr. Fre...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 October 1925
piiiiiiiiilllliiiimi iiimilimiilllimiiii null Rogers' Quality Bedding | Special Quotations for Fibre, Flock or Hair Mattresses. BEDDING KAPOK BEDDING 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. Tin. Piped Bordeis, close double stitched, £8/10/-. Kapok Beds (no borders) MADE IN COLORED COTTON TICKING 2ft. 6in., 22/6 ; 3ft., 30/-; 3ft. Gin., 3G/6; 4ft. Gin., 46/6. Kapok Mattresses No. 12 Quality. Bed laced, 4in. borders. Blue and White Ticking. 2ft. Gin., 34/G; 3ft., . 42/fi ; 3ft. Gin., 50/-; 4ft. Gin., 63/-. No. 12A Quality. Bed laced, 4in. stitched borders. Blue and White. Stripe Union Ticking. 4ft.*6in., 75/-. No. 14 Quality. Bed laced, 5in. double stitched borders. Blue and White Stripe Union Ticking. 2ft. 6in., 47/6; 3ft., 57/6; 3ft. 6in., 67/6. No. 15" Quality. Piped oin. double stitched borders. Blue and White Stripe Union Ticking. 2ft. 6in., 52/6 ; 3ft., 63/-; 3ft...
School News. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 October 1925
School News. Two important State-wide examina tions were held this week—the permit to enrol and the High School entrance. The former, on Monday, attracted 50,000 candidates, the quota from our local school being twelve. The questions set were satisfactory to the teachers and pupils. The his tory paper in particular followed the most modern trend in examinations. Numerous questions were set. The children were simply asked which were true and which were false; as: "Captain Cook was the discoverer of the West coast of Australia."—Obvi ously false. Information as to the future move ments of the successful candidates is contained in the following extracts of a circular issued by the Depart ment of Education:— If you wish your hoy to enter a High School, or' an Intermediate School in a populous locality wheTe admission is competitively determined, he must sit for the High School en trance examination. The circular appears over the name of the Director of Education (Mr. Smith), who for the...
SO THEY SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 October 1925
SO THEY SAY. The home is incomplete that does not resound to the dear familiar stump, stump of the young child.— Mrs. Stanley Baldwin. Sleep ought not to have to he en ticed like a frightened fawn. Jt should pounce 011 you like a tiger.— Mr. Arnold Bennett. There in no secret of old age. Yoil just live to tin old. I am only eighty four.—Sir Sriuire Bancroft. I have always found ti)a| smokers have a wisdom, a calmness ut outlook and a breadth of vision denied to those who do not smoke at all. —Mr. Stanley Uaklwiu. "Say, 'Yes," wlien there's something to gain, Say, yes, when you mean 'it is so, Say, yes, when its wisdom is plain, Suy, yes, when you dare not su.v no.. Say, yes, to the offer of ease, AVheii a cough or cold you endure, Say, yes, when the proffer is made Of Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 October 1925
PERSONAL. Mrs. S. J. Grosvenor, who has been holidaying in the Yass district, has returned much benefited by her trip. Mr. Hylton Whiting, who has re cently had a severe attack of pleurisy, is again confined to hiB room owing to an attack of the same malady. Mrs. O'Keefe, who has been on holidays' for the past three weeks, has returned looking very well. • » • Mr. S. J. Grosvenor, of this town, is at present away owing, to the ser ious illness of his mother. • » * . • • Mrs. Wiliam Fullham, of Carrabun gla, is at present dangerously ill. The immediate friends of Mrs. Kullliani have b'een summoned on the medical officer's advice that the end may be expected at any time: To Shearers.—New Season's T.TJ.S. Brand Blade Sheep Shears, 4/11 per pair at S. J. Grosvenor's Store, Tar alga.—0
What's Wrong With Your Wife? PLAIN TALK TO UNTHINKING HUSBANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 October 1925
What's Wrong With Your WifeP PLAIN TALK TO UNTHINKING HUSBANDS. (By Dorothy Dix, in the "Weekly Press and N.Z. .Referee.") If you could listen to the thoughts of nine husbands out of ten, you would hear this: "I don't know what's the matter with Mary! She is peevish and cross and about as comfortable to live with i as a porcupine. Seems to think lier-. ! self ill-used, yet here 1 am working myself to death to shield her from the hardships of life. What does she ; want? Hasn't she a good home? i Hasn't she good clothes Can't she ! spend half of her time amusing her ! self if she wants to? Am I not as do ; mesticated as the house eat? Women aro queer, unreasonable creatures!" Now, when I think of the m'arvels that the masculine intellect has wrought—when 1 think of the great hooks and plays men have written, and the great pictures they have painted: when I think of the Panama Canal, and wireless, and the gramo phone, and the telephone, I am down on my knees in awe and admiration and v...
Tennis Club Ball. (Contributed). [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 October 1925
Tennis Club Ball. (Contributed). [ Last Friday night, 2Hrd October, I strolled down Orchard-street, and happening to liear the delightful strains of the Band Orchestra I peep ed into the Federal Hall. 1 could scarcely believe my eyes. Gay festoons hung from the ceiling and the hall itself was delightfully hidden tinder bowers of laurel. It was not the splendour of the decora tions. though, that caused the greatest surprise. It was the people. The men looked spic and span in their best suits, and the women were beautiful ly froeked. Indeed they would have done credit to a metropolitan ball room. But the faces of all were so strange to me. Some were weird; others grotesque; others so coniical that 1 could scarcely contain my mirth. Completely mystified, and iu voice I . hardly recognised as my own, I managed to inquire the meaning' of thig transformation. It was then I learned tliat I had stumbled in on the tennis club .ball. All became clear to me—the decora tions, the masks and the ...
RADIO-ISMS QUESTION OF RELAY STATIONS. RIVALRY OF THE TOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 October 1925
RADIO-ISMS QUESTION OF RELAY STATIONS. RIVALRY OF THE TOWNS. | ! Some of the larger cities ami towns iu X.S. Wales are preparing lor an argument as to which will be the sites of radio relaying stations for the relaying or re-broadcasting o£ matter broadcast from Sydney. The State Government Intends to establish its own station at Sydney, almost immediately and to dot the' State with relay stations so that ow ners of small receiving sets will he within easy range of a station from which- everything broadcast from • Sydney will be repeated. There are two methods of linking • up a main station with relay sta tions. The first is by land line, the same copper wire used for ordinary telegraphing. As the main transmit- . ting station is operated, the matter is received practically instantiuieous- I ly at the relay station and sent out J again. j The other method is simply to send ! out the wireless waves, pick them j up by means of a receiver and send ; them out again. The first is the mor...
Commanding Success in the Country One Hundred Per Cent. Country. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 October 1925
^iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii mi ii iiiiiimiiiimiiiiui inn iiiiiiiiiiui urn 111 linn mi iiiini£ | Commanding Success in the Country 1 | One Hundred Per Cent. | | Country. § By "Verb Sap." niiiiiiimmiiiimiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii YXfHAT lias beeu happening in the cities of Australia over the last few weeks should give rise to greater co-operation between all country sec tions. I am sorry to find myself having to butt into a political situa tion, because my work lias to do with scientific economics more than any party political cry whatever. But events have been moving at great speed, aud it would certainly appear that a signal -warning is—or should be—doing its awakening work arid that November 14th will show how far such warning is heeded. The country has a new enemy, as though it had not already enough to carry! Before Communism stuck its ugly head up, there were enough dis abilities in all conscience, including clever city lobbyists, powerful and massed city vested intere...
SELLING THE CLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 October 1925
SELLING THE CLIP. The district has been already vis ited by several prospective buyers and, generally speaking, owners are inclined to sell at home this season, .not caring to risk the market after the Very unpleasant expericncc .or last year. In most eases wool from our dis trict consigned to agents in Sydney does not reach the selling Jioor until about the April-May series of sales, and'owners are a little bit in doubt as to the stability of the market. On looking over stock journal report of Oct. 27tli. where all sales are to be ! seen .one must naturally be convinced J thatl4the market will be reasonably I good^right throughout the season, as there was an animated market, with prices in growers' favour. Greasy merino sold up to 27Jd.
DO YOU KNOW? [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 October 1925
DO YOU KNOW Why is an eye like a severe school master?—Because it always has a pupil under the' lash. Why is a kind-hearted man like a cart-horse?—Because he always stops at the sound of woe. Why is :i lover's heart like the sea surpent?—Because is is u sccruter I sea creetur) of sreut size (sighs i. Which of the feathered tribe would he supposed to lift the hoariest weight?—The crane. Why is it dangerous to take a nap in ' a train?—Because the train al ways runs over sleepers.
Federal Elections. ABSENT AND POSTAL VOTING. POINTS FOR ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 31 October 1925
Federal Elections. i ABSENT AND POSTAL VOTING. ] POINTS FOR ELECTORS. In tlie Federal elections voting Im post is permissible for an elector wlio is not within the State for which he is enrolled, or within ten miles of :i polling booth throughout the hours of polling on polling day, is travelling in circumstances which will preclude his voting at a public booth, is ill or in firm, or, in the case of a woman, who is approaching maternity. An elector who is absent from the State is not able to vote as an absent voter, but must vote by post. The voter who is absent from his subdivi sion or division, but is not outside the State for which he is enrolled, may vote as an absentee at any polling I place within the State upon making j the prescribed declaration before the presiding officer. Application for postal ballot papers must be made in the prescribed form to the Divisional Returning Officer for the division for which the elector is enrolled, but if the elector has reason | to believe...