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SIR CHARLES ROSENTHAL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 November 1925
SIR CHARLES ROSENTHAL. Chatting with the Prime Minister (Mr. Bruce) at Goulburn last (Tues day) night a representative of the "Crookwell Gazette" was told that the prospects of the Bruce-Page Govern ment being returned to the Treasury benches were particularly bright. Speaking in regard to the AVerriwa seat, both the Prime Minister and •the candidate. Sir Charles Rosenthal, feel confident that the seat will be won from Labor. There would ap pear to be reason for optimism in regard to the winning of the Werriwa seat. Evidence of this fact is mani fest to those who are working for the return of Sir Charles. The av erage man with Labor tendencies working on the land for u living is rather "fed up" with tilings generally. The hold tip of our primary products from shipment overseas is a factor that will materially help the National pause. Australians have a great heritage. It is recognised as the Workers' Paradise. The full advant age of our wonderful country and its conditions can only ...
POSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 November 1925
POSTAL. v Mr. H. Merrifield. who has been on the relieving staff doing duty at Crookwell, has again returned to Taralga and resumed duty at tlie local jiost office. 'Mr. C. Quinii, telephone operator at Taralga, who has been on holidays for a month, has again resumed duties.
Radio Programmes. WEEK'S FEATURES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 November 1925
Radio Programmes.^ WEEK'S FEATURES. The features of the broadcasting companies to the 19th inst., commenc ing from to-day, are as follows:— FARMER'S 2 FC—1100 METRES. Saturday, Nov. 14: Election re sults, 2 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 15: Blind Institution concert, 3 p.m.; Leichardt Band, 8.30 ■ p.m. Monday, Nov. 16: Haymarket Theatre, 8 p.m.; Welsh Choral Soci ety, 8.15. Tuesday, Nov. 17: Metropolitan Band, S.30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 18: Classical Night, S p.m. Thursday, Nov. 19: Crystal Palace Orchestra, 8 p.m. BRAODCASTERS 2 BL—353 METRES Saturday, Nov. 14: Hoyt's Imperial Orchestra, 8 p.m.; Ambassadors' Com bined Orchestra, 8.50 p.m.; Dungowan Modern Dance Band (Manly), 10 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 15: Studio Concert. 3.30 p.m.: Baptist Church (Petersham). IX a.m.; Church of Christ (Enmore), 7.15 p.m.; Musical Lecture (King's Hall), S.30 p.m.; Studio Concert, 9 p.m. Monday, Nov. 16: Dorne and Mont fort. Musical Comedy Duo, 8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. ,17: Operatic Pro gramme, 8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 18: M...
THE GARDEN FLOWERS AND VEGETABLES. WHAT TO SOW IN NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 November 1925
THE GARDEN FLOWERS AND VEGETABLES. WHAT TO SOW IX NOVEMBER. Vegetable Seeds.—Sow celery, cress, mustard, kohl' fabi, lettuce, peas (early 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 undier cover for early autumn planting. Miscellaneous,—Continue planting dahlias. Plant out celery, cabbage and cauliflower 1 (seasonable varietn ies), also seasonable bedding plants. Continue to sow maize for fodder, if weather favourable.
POLITICAL PARS. Cock-Eyed. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 November 1925
POLITICAL PARS. Cock.Eyed. ^ BOLSHEVIC is one who must al ways destroy because He lias an industrial squint. Precedence. "^XAKED human1 passions" may show, themselves when Walsh and Johnson do. the draw to decide who shall go first. Telling the Tale. rpHE foreigner has brought his sin ister international mind with his empty pocket to this country and is telling the sound members of the Lab our Party what a poor lot they are. Poor "Sheep." fTHE sheep has . been sacrificed for centuries for many faiths. The Australian Union sheep is to-day .in danger of having his throat cut by the foreign horde because he has not the courage to stand for the great union principle—MAJORITY rule. Ringing the Changes. CELF-DETERMINATION exists only on placards. Liberty of the Aus tralian nuionist has gone. After all, what did Lenin say? Freedom is only bourgeois fetish. Outski. TS7B must discover what the criminal j &lt; foreigner in this country is J'*', thinking and think along his lines, then...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 November 1925
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SCARED? [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 November 1925
SCARED? Ah. angry woman rushed into tlie registrar's office. In her hand she bore a license. To the registrar she saitl: "Did you, or did you not, issue this license for marryin' me to Albert Briggs?" "Yes, I believe I did. Why?" "Well, what are you going to do about It?" she demanded; "he's es caped." Comments "on Federal . Election matters appearing in this'"column are written by Critchley Parker, 376 Flinders Uane, Melbourne.
AT TARALGA. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 November 1925
AT TARALGA. • On Monday night tile Hon. Walter Benett, M.L.A., addressed a gathering of about 80 electors from the Argyle Hotel verandah, Taralga. Thespeak er dealt trenchantly with the Com-' muniatic section, who, it was claimed by the speaker, had secured control of the Labor Party movement. I Mr. Bennett stressed the need for every law abiding elector to record his franchise intelligently. The Bruce-Page administration stood for constitutional government, the same democratic fabric that had: stood as the foundation of British' supremacy. The speaker delivered a very forceful address. Mr. C. S. Bradbury acted as chair man, and at his invitation several questions were put to the speaker and his replies.were entirely satis factory to the gathering present. A voto of thanks to Mr. Bennett for his very able address was.carried by acclamation. I The proceedings closed with a vote of thanks to the chairman, also car-1 rled by acclamation. '
(Published by Arrangement). UNENFORCEABLE LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 November 1925
(Published by Arrangement). UNENFORCEABLE LAW. "The real . reason why Secretary Mellon haB failed to enforce the Pro hibition Act," says the "World" (New York) in a leading article, "is that the Act isn't enforceable. Public sentiment refuses to believe that; liquor-drinking is :i crime. "Public sentiment looks with apathy upon the statement of a Federal De-' partment that last year $40,000,000 worli of liquor was smuggled into the . United States. "Secretary Mellon's expenditures for enforcement have men from $5,000, 000 to $11,000,000 a year." In an editorial comment on this position New York "Life" says that "after four years of Prohibition the number of arrests for intoxication in 300 American cities jumped from 321,-. 962 in 1919 to 515,996 in 1923!"
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 November 1925
T" TNLESS your Roofs, Gutters and Down / J Pipes are. properly fixed you are in~ tt viting decay into your home. Make sure of getting the utmost service fiat of your house and save repair bills, by having as fix up these most important details. The materials we use are of the best quality, (Hid our tradesmen are experts. Prices moderate. Estimates given. A. GROVE fPhone 78 "DUPLICATE HOUSE" C&OOKWEIX T~T t*—r 1—r—r~ RIDGE CAPPING, 3/-. GUTTERING, 2/.. DOWNPIPE, 2/ BRACKETS, 3/6 doz. SPRING HEADS, 17-ib. VENUS BENZINE, 18/-case. . VENUS KEROSENE, 14/3 case. . . . SEMI ROTARY PUMPS. DOUGLAS PUMPS. GALVANISED WATER PIPING. « GARDEN HOSE SPRAYERS AND SPRINKLERS. P AllTS IN STOCK FOR ALL MAKES OF SEPARATORS. PARTS FOR GLORIA, KNIGHTLIGH11, AND ALADDIN LAMPS. : The Rec6gniseii Place for All Spares. DUJLICATE HOUSE, Phone 78, CROOK WELL. X. S, A. LTD., TIMBER MERCHANTS & BUILDERS' SUPPLIERS, Verner Street - GOULBURN. Telephone 412. J iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimiiiiiiii...
POLITICAL POINTS. Dangers of Labor Government. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 November 1925
POLITICAL POINTS. I Dangers of Labor- Government. The spectacle of the Lang Govern ment bludgeoning through by legislat ive enactment, a proceeding which a Judge of the Supreme Court of the land held to be unlawful, shows how far Labor is prepared to go in stulti fying Constitutional Government. Tfiis bill was'-one-to Testoreto the railway and tramway men, who had participated in the 1917 strike, cer tainprivileges which the had forfeited, through holding up the State's trans port services during the darkesst per iod of the war, and to regress the loyalists who had stood by the De partment at that fateful period. The State Premier, who last week used the party political machinery to reward disloyalty to the State, and penalise the loyal workers, candidly admitted that the State Labor Party had bar gained for the votes of the disloyal tramway and railway employees; and • this shameful bill it transpired was the price of that support. The action of the Lang Government in this in stanc...
TELEGRAPHIC CONSTRUCTION. TARALGA TO BULLIO. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 November 1925
TELEGRAPHIC CONSTRUCTION. TARALGA TO BULUO. 0 This lino is now being pushed ahead, I working being on the job putting on an extra wire from Taralga. I The poles for this line from Bannafoy to Bullio have been erected, and in the course of a week or so communica tion will be established. Immediately this is finished the new line from Taralga to Stone Quarry will be conimennced, so that by the New Year, Taralga should be in a position to command a continuous service—a long felt want in the dis trict.
FEDERAL CAMPAIGN. SIR CHARLES ROSENTHAL'S CANDIDATURE. HON. WALTER BENNETT, M.L.A., AT CROOKWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 November 1925
FEDERAL CAMPAIGN. SIR CHARLES ROSENTHAL'S CANDIDATURE. HON. WALTER BENNETT, M.L.A., AT CROOKWELL. lion. Walter Bennett addressed a well-attended meeting of electors from Mr. Clifton's balcony last night in favor of the candidature of Sir Charles Roseuthal, the National can didate for Werriwa, and stated that Sir Charles had a special claim to the consideration of the electors in the' fact that he had risked his life for his country. He was a man of strong character and boundless energy. An Australian bom, he had commenced at the lowest rung of the ladder, and, by his energy and ability, had quali fied as an architect. On the field of battle his courage and initiative had won him promotion until he reached the distinguished position of a Gen eral, and was afterwards knighted. The speaker said that whilst the General was a firm believer in an adequate defence policy for Australia his opponent (Mr. Lazzarini) voted against the Defence Equipment Bill passed through the Commonwealth Parl...
Commanding Success in the Country SELFISHNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 November 1925
ijiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiimiimmiiiiimiiiu 1 Commanding Success in the Country | SELFISHNESS. By "Verb Sap." S ■ liiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiimiillilllrr Mlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllll CELYISHNESS is the lather and mo ther of human ills, and yet, cur iously, people do not intend to be selfish, and would feel much annoyed were they accused of selfishness. It is rampant, and there is as much in country towns and amongst the far ming community as there is in the cities. Selfishness is the enemy of cohes ion. It breeds suspicion and misun-1 derBtanding; foolish criticism and cruel judgment. Those who are most smitten with this mental disease re mind one of little chunks of judgment day on perambulation like a police man. These are days when talk of re form is in the air to such an extent the fog is so thick few of us are able to see where we are going, but when all the noise is over and all the shouting done, we will h...
WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 November 1925
WEATHER. For the iw«t weels the weather has "been all that could be desired, being ; "warm and bright, which has enabled •shearing operations to push ahead. 'Several sheds have cut out. The fore-1 cast for rain during the week-end will be quite acceptable to the average ; farmer in this district, potatoes just , 'sown and the hay crops just wanting , •another shower to make a very do- j vent ^ield throughout the district.
TARALGA SCHOOL OF ARTS BALL [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 November 1925
taralga school of arts ball The annual School of Arts ball will be held in the Federal Hall, Taralga, on Friday next, 20th November. The charges are very nominal and the ex ecutive promise patrons an enjoyable time. The floor is being especially •prepared for dancers and the music and supper will be of the very best. 'Moreover, the institution is worthy of your unstinted patronage.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 November 1925
SCHOOL OF ARTS. Annual Ball Will be Held in the FEDERAL HALL, TAR ALGA Friday, 20th November. SPECIALLY PREPARED FLOOR. GOOD MUSIC AND SUPPER. Tickets: DoubIe> 4/.; Single, 2/-. E. CAPON, Hon. Secretary. 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 t'ee. 2/0. All entries accompanied by fee to reacli the ■ Secretary not later than November 21st. Cookery Competition BEST JAM SANDWICH.—Prize: 5/-: second. 2/6. BEST J-DOZ. SCONES—Prize: 5/-: second, 2/6. Entrance fee. Sixpence. All cookery to become the property of the Refreshment Stall. S. H. DELVES, Hon. Secretary. Friday, 27th November. At 11 o'clock. W. H. Wheatley Will Sell by Auction AT THE CBOOKM EIL YARDS On Above-Date: 300 Mixed Sheep ALSO 30 Head Cattle CROOKWELL WOOL. A WOOL Buyer will visit the Dis trict this week and Owners wish ing to sell in the shed are advised to | communicate with ' I W. H. WHEATLE...