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SHIRE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 November 1925

SHIRE ELECTIONS. Quite a stir has been caused local ly by two further nominations for "A" riding, Mulwaree Shire, which will necessitate a poll being taken, anil this will be bv postal vote. -j'ln tliis connection Mr. Theodore Corby opened his campaign at the Federal Hall on Saturday night lust, when there was a very large attend ance. Mr. Corby addresses the electors again to-night (Saturday).

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 November 1925

LOOK FOR THE CAUSE. Have you ever thought what.it is that makes your back ache, your head, limbs and muscles ache, that weakens your heart, or makes you nervous, sleepless.or irritable? !t is kidney trouble and the above are some of the warnings. Doan's back ache Kidney Pills should be taken at the first sign of anything .wrong. They are the- reliable kidney and bladder medicine, and they are per ' fectly safe and very effective for men and women to use."' The best evid . once of this is the statement which 'we give below. Mrs. H. Whittington, East-street, Orookwell, says: "I had marked symptoms of kidney trouble for years. . Tlie kidney secretions were thick and cloudy aud contained a sediment. My rest at night was disturbed, and f was always tired and languid, hav ing no energy for anything. But my •worst suffering was with my back. ■ fcT had a' constant aching pain just above the kidneys which hampered •all my movements and made me. ir ritable and miserable. I saw Doan's -Backach...

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Radio for the Sick. PROGRESS IN AUSTRALIA. AID TO CONVALESCENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 November 1925

Radio for the Sick. PROGRESS IN AUSTRALIA. AID TO CONVALESCENCE. A number of Australian Public Hospitals are installing radio re ceiving sets to help the patients ti while away the time during conval escence. Royal Prince Alfred has been pre sented with a receiving set and is now appealing for help to equip each bed with a pair of headphones, the experience of the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne having shown that head phones are preferable to a' loud speaker in a hospital. Royal South Sydney Hospital al ready has a wireless equipment and within the past few days the Royal Hospital for Women has been prom ised a receiving- set • - >• '. Only last week Sydney Hospital was presented with a wireless instal lation for the children's ward. This was the gift of the staff of the Post master General's workshops, who worked overtime for a month to make it. St. Margaret's Hospital is also tak ing steps to secure a set. Experience has shown that listening-in is a great help to the patients' rec...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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HERE AND THERE [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 November 1925

HERE AND THERE There's something wrong some where. A message fi'orn Newcastle says that two years ago it was' difficult to get a carpenter to do a job. To-day it is difficult to obtain a job for a carpenter. : • • • In Newcastle there are SOO names • registered at the Department of Lab- j or and Industry, and. with the closing of some of the relief works this num ber is likely to be added to. ; • • * t , Mr. Justice James, Commissioner ill connection with the jute cornsacks inquiry, registered the following find ing: "I find that there is no evidence of any misconduct or wrongdoing on the part of any person in connection with the contracts, and on the whole 1 am satisfied Mr. Dunn acted reas onably in what he did. There may be a difference of opinion as to whether Mr. Dunn acted wisely, but in my opinion, having in mind the objects he had in view, I think he did." • • • A fatal accident marred the open ing of the Newcastle Speedway on Saturday. A man whose name is given as Sired, of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 November 1925

nun muni i mill mi inn Rogers' Quality Furniture Up to-Date Designs Manufactured from Best Selected limbers. Rogers' Quality linked with Kogkrs' Reasonable Prices will give you tlie greatest return for your money. 13. Lough Boy, Pacific Oak, golden finish, 4ft wide, one side fitted with sliding trays, and the other full hanging space with sliding coat hangers .. .. £14/19/6 14. Bedroom Suite, 4ft Gin robe, hat shel' and full hanging space; 3ft 6in Dressinj Chest, and Pedestal Cupboard. Pacifi Oak, golden finish, £27; Waxed JIaple £23/10/.; Sycamore Grey £3C 15. Combination Wardrobe and Dressinr Chest, Pacific Oak, Golden finish, 4f wide, locks to every drawer .. £ 13/10/ 6. Bedhoom. Suite, 4ft Gin robe, 2 mirror full hanging space and 2 drawers; 3ft 611 Dressing Table; Pedestal, 24in. Pacifi Oak, £27/107-; beautifully figured Waxe Queensland Maple .. .. .. .. £28/17/ 7. Dining Room Suite, in Waxed Maple nicely finished, comprising ■lit Gin Side , board, 2 cupboards with leadiight do...

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(Published by Arrangement.) AVOID HYPOCRISY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 November 1925

(Published by Arrangement.) AVOID HYPOCRISY. "Whatever we may think about Prohibition," writes Mr. Richard Washburn Child, former United States Ambassador to Italy, in the i'llcrald" (Boston), "if we desire to avoid embarrassing hypocrisy, we should admit, at least, the facts known to evoryone as to some of its disadvantages. "Prohibition has not emptied the jails. The twisted figures of propa gandists arc answered by the cold, merciless Federal and State statis tics. Prohibition has not abolished intoxication. "The arrests for intoxication are mounting upward in various parts of the United States, on tlie seaboard and inland. Prohibition is not • be coming more effective. Prohibition lias not stopped crime. The unwel come fact is that crime is more than over a national scandal."

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STOCK MARKET. CROOKWELL SALES. Messrs. W. H. Wheatley (Crookwell) report:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 November 1925

STOCK MAEKET.^ CROOKWELL SALES. Messrs. W. H. Wheatley (Crook well) report:— About 2000 slieep and small yarding of cattle to a moderate attendance of buyers at last Friday's sale. Prices for sheep were equal to re cent rates, but cattle were dull. AVe sold merino wrs, 4 and'6 tooth, 28/3 to 28/6; comeback wrs, to 28/10; merino ewes^ with 50 per cent., lbs at foot, 27/. There was little demand for shorn sheep, and best prices for wrs were 15/ to 1G/. SYDNEY, Nov. 13. Pitt, Son & Badgery, Ltd. report: I Cattle: 3320 liead yarded, aggro gating 6169 for the week, several I hundred Queenslanders being includ ed. In point of quality it was a fair I average yarding for the times. Mar ket opened to a full atendance and values on a par with the best part of last day, advancingas sales progress ed about 10/ per head on all except ' plain cows. ' | Sheep and Lambs: 47,000 penned, aggregating about 93,000 for the week consisting largely' of the better de scriptions of both merinos and ...

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TROTTING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 November 1925

TROTTING CLUB. Following are tlie nominations, to ;ether with handicaps awarded for the meeting to take .place at the Crook well racecourse to-day (Saturday):— TRADE AND FARMERS' SULKY' TROT. Mahogany .. Scratch Teraug .. .. .. .. . Scratch Silver Fox .. .. '■ '• -10yds bhd Chatsbury .. .. .. 70yds blid •Forest Patclien .. . .'100yds bhd Aerial King .. . ..150yds bhd £LYII&" HANDICAP. - jfpJbilwood ..- Scratch 'sMabiewood■/> . 70yds Mid 1 Ivialla .. vr.r.';V£%. 70yds blid d i s t r i c-x;? Handicap..' Kaveely. .. .'.TYT'.. ... Scratch tondurs . Scratch Mahogany .. Scratch Kittaline ,.. Scratch Almalu 20yds bhd •' Forest Patclien . .. 20yds bhd Aerial King .... .. 30yds bhd , CROOKWELL CUP. Lady Doria Scratch : Fixaline Scratch Laurel Alf Scratch . Patch Alt 70yds bhd Fantisti 90yds bhd ENCOURAGE HANDICAP. Kittaline ...... .. .. Scratch ; Almalu ..: Scratch , Laurel Alf 80yds bhd : Lady Doris .. .. .. 100yds bhd UNHOPPLED HANDICAP. > Thistledown Scratch Forest Patclien ...

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Mr. Bruce Gets His Mandate. GOVT. STRONGER THAN EVER. A RECORD POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 November 1925

Mr. Bruce Gets His Mandate. ■ \ —■— GOVT. STRONGER THAN EVER. A lvECOED POLL. CHARLTON (Leader of the Federal Labor Party) either was a bad judge of the feeling of the people, or else he was putting over a. bluff, when he challenged Mr. Bruce to go to the country— a challenge that was accepted, no doubt to Mr. Charlton's surprise. The peopl.e have given their verdict—they have sent Mr. Bruce's Government back to the Treasury'Benches stronger than ever. The result of the poll shows unmistakeably that many a Labor man whose rule has always hithero.been to vote the ticket has tak en another course—has acted on his cwn initiative and put No. 10 along side of Mr. Grant's name for the Senate. In almost every electorate the voting has taken a decided swing to the Nationalists. Seats that were considered "safe" for Labor have given Labor men a fight to retain—and some have been lost. We refuse to believe that the nomination of a man like Donald Grant could have been the choice of true Labor...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 November 1925

PERSONAL; « i .Mrs. Kiillanvsenr.. of Roslyn. who lias been seriously ill. for the- past few weeks, on the advice of her med ical attendant, was- removed to St. John of Uyd's Hospital, Goulliurn eii Wednesday morning. Although very much advanced, iji-;years: it is thought very hopeful that a:-speedy recovery to usual health will result- in the course of a few 'weeks. Miss Peak:: wlio-for sonie-..tiuie jias - heen -on ■ the -staff - of- -the-local post office, has been removed to Burrinjuek.'

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THE SENATE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 November 1925

THE SENATE. The following tabic shows the tot al number of Senate votes recorded for the'-Government'and the Labor Party, respectively, throughout the Commonwealth, and the majority in favor of the Government in each State:— ■ ■ Nat.-C.P Lab. Maj. N.S.W . . . 53G.215 408,590 07,019 Victoria . •CtS,470 306,907 71,503 Q'lanil ... . ' 192,155 143,85S ■IS,297 1 S. Aus. ;. 137,533 113,945 23.5SS W. A'us... . 92,872 G0,C7G 32,190 I Tas 53,988 37.947 10.041 —;— ? 1 Totals 1,451,233 1,191,989 259,241

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Taralga Tennis Club. THE OPENING OF THE TOWN COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 November 1925

Taralga Tennis Club. .THE OPENING OF THE TOWN COURTS. The committee managing the abcve club wisely decided to open the town ' courts 011 election day.Never has there been a bigger crowd in our lit tle township, and scarcely ever have tenuis courts been opened befovc a more representative ' assemblage of people. - - At o o'clock, when Councillor C." 3. ■ lSratibury declared the court open, .close.on two hundred people.applaud ed his appropriate' little"speecli. certainly struck . the right, note.wli.cn. supply a Iong-(elt want, permitting men,-and women,, old and young, to meet to gether for pleasant games. Cr. Bradbury complimented the President and his wife (Mr! and' Mrs. Allnutt) on the conception of the idea and said that all were indebted to the fine-committee that had assisted in making- the courts possiljil^;' ^ ■ ; The town Band was in attendance and enlivened the proceedings -with | many nicely rendered selections.:They certainly, "as Mr. Bradbury said in opening the courts,...

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The Taralaga Erbo SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 21. 1925. LOCAL and GENERAL. WEATHER CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 November 1925

SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 21. 1U25. LOCAL and GENERAL. WEATHER CONDITIONS. On Tuesday last some very nice showers fell and again on Wednes day evening heavy rain fell 'up till :j a.m. 011 Thursday, a total of 210 points being recorded at the local post off ice. In parts of the district the fall was considerably heavier.' At Rich-, lands on Wednesday evening over 200 points were recorded in the storm which came during the interval ot" a l'ew hours. Yorkborongh. nine nii'es north of Taralga, had a very nice storm on Sunday evening, none of -which reached Taralga. At time of writing (Thursday ) wea ther conditions are still unsettled, with indicating' of more rain. This fall has been very opportune, as it will mean the sowing of the whole of the hay crop, which should'now come right up to the average, yield. It will also do an immense amount of good to potatoes already sown as well us making the soil quite suitable for the late sowing.

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 November 1925

TENNIS." A team from Hoslvn Railway Con struction Works visited Taralga on Sunday last, wlien they played a team from members of the "Pines" | Club. The day was r.n ideal one for | tennis, and some really first-class j tenuis was played' by members of both teams. Tara'ga eventually winn ing by the small margin of 10 games. Following are the scores: — GENT.'S DOUBLES. Ros'yn. Taralga. Austin and Leusv. Hewitt and Stew art. ]-<!. | Kolph and Shelly Krelle an<l I'er-! rv. •)-(!. •' ■ ] Koijili and Sli.c'iy v. R S. and G. A1-! ders. C-3. ! Itoiph and Grady v. Cordon and Stew art, C-2.V Storrier and Bradley v. E. S. .and G. Alders, K-C. Shelly and Lees v. Krelle and Perry, :i-(i. ' Kolph and Shelly v. Hewitt and Stew art, 15-3. l.ees and Bradley v. 13. S. and G. Al ders, U-3." ' Storrier and Austin v. Krelle and Perry, 0-6. LADIES' DOUBLES. Misses McGratli v. )lrs. Klein and Mrs. Gordon. 0-1. I Misses McGrath v. Mrs. Klein ;md Mrs. Gordon, B-;l, MIXED DOUBLES. Miss ...

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Sydney Harbour Bridge. PROGRESS OF WORK. COUNTRY PRESS DELEGATES INSPECT. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 November 1925

Sydney Harbour Bridge. PROGRESS OF WORK. COUNTRY PRESS DELEGATES INSPECT. On the occasion of the recent visit of Country Press Delegates to Sydney for the annual conference a full pro gramme of fixtures was arranged, and perhaps the most informative and Instructive from an educational stand point was the visit to the Sydney terminal elevator-at White Bay, foll owed by an inspection of the progress work in-connection with the construc tion of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. The delegates and their friends were the guests of the State Oovern ment, who had placed a large ferry steamer at the disposal of tlie dele gates for-the afternoon ot Saturday, October 24th. The visitors were accompanied by the designer of the bridge, Dr. Brad field, and Mr. Ennes, General Man ager for the contractors, Messrs. Dorman, Long and Co. That ciuiet speaking man. Dr. Brad field, acknowledged by the engineers of the world as a master mind in ! engineering fe.ats, conducted the , party over the site of the take...

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Radio Programmes. THE WEEK'S FEATURES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 November 1925

Radio Programmes THE WEEK'S FEATURES. The features of the broadcasting companies for the ensuing week, as appearing on the posters displayed at the local- post office, are as follows:'— FARMER'S 2 FC—1100 METRES. Saturday, November 21st: Lyric Theatre Orchestra, S p.m. Sunday, 22nd November: St. Mark's 11 a.m ; Lyceum 3 p.m., All Saints, Wooialira 7: p.m.; Rand wick Rand. Coogee Beach. 8.30 p.m. ■ Monday, 23rd November: Prince Edward r Theatre, S: .Royal Sydney Apollo, S.40 p.m. Tuesday, 24th November: Haymar ket Theatre, 8 p.m. . AVednesday, 25th November: Drink water's Play ("Mary Stuart,") S.15 p.m.; Business Houses' Eisteddfod. 7.30 p.m. Thursday, 26th November: Lyceum Theatre. 9 p.m.; Sydney Madrigal So-' miety. S p.m. Friday. 28th. November: Popular Songs of Every Nation. I Saturday, 28th November: Crystal Palace, S p.m. Sunday, 2f)th November: Church Services. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Leicli liardt Band, ft p.m. BROADCASTERS 2 BL—353 METRES Saturday, 21st November: Miscel laneous ...

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Sydney Wool Sales. VALUES FIRM; FULL CLEAR. ANCES; DEMAND STILL KEEN. The Secretary, Farmers and Graziers' Co-op. Co. writes:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 November 1925

Sydney Wool Sales. VALUES FIRM; FULL CLEAR. ANCES; DEMAND STILL KEEN. '• The Secretary, Farmers and Graz- 1 iers' Co-op. Co. writes:— I Tlie wool auctions in.Sydney have proceeded 011 entirely satisfactory : lines, the recent' improvement in val ues for all descriptions being 'fully' maintained. In the case of come backs and fine crossbreds the im provement has -actually'- been some what accentuated. -Very dull , clear ances have been effected representing upwards of 05 per cent, of the quan tities submitted to auction. This lat ter factor is (be best indication hat could be given of he present keen demand from all sections of tlie buy ers. In the case of fine quality wools the French section is as keen as ever, but German buyers also are compet ing strongly for such wools, and a keen inquiry from the latter sestion is still a feature of the sales. Good support is coming from the other sections, and it is gratifying to find that the increase in activity from Yorkshire still holds go...

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NEW BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 November 1925

NEW BUSINESS. .As announced by advertisement in these', columns, the business recently curried on by .Mr. C. .V. Dawson bus changed hands, and the new propri etor, .-.Mr. C. S. Alders, who is well and favourably-known- throughout-the whole district, will be pleased at all times to-see old friends as well as new ones, and customers visiting those well conducted rooms may rest assured at ail times that- courtesy and consideration -Svill be shown to all and that the business will bo nin on up-to-date lines.

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FAT STOCK, FLEMINGTON. The Secretary, Farmers and Graziers' Co-op. Co. writes:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 November 1925

FAT STOCK, FLEMINGTON. The Secretary,■Farmers and Graz iers' Co-op. Co. writes:— ■Although recent rains benefited, to an extent, certain areas, conditions are dry. The summer traffic in stock to Honiebnsh lias already started and bookings conntinuc heavy. Last week we sold at Homebush 18.200 sheep, nearly one-fifth o£ the total yarded. The number 'of individ ual owners we sold for was a record, too—1065. In all operations our ex ports give a personal service second to none—hence the volume of busi ness from satisfied clients. " Our facilities for handling all con signments—sheep and cattle—are complete and up-to-date in every de tail, so that senders will not hesitate to encourage co-operative enterprise. Orders for sheep vans and cattle 'waggons require to be given foui weeks ahead as :i result of the heavy truckings.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 21 November 1925

eOLDSBROUGH, HOHT & CO. Ltd., SYDNEY.'"? WOOL & PRODUCE BROKERS, FAT STOCK SALESMEN STOCK &' STATION AGENTS LIBERAL ADVANCES HIGHEST PRICES AND PROMPT RETURNS Write for WAYBILLS. LABELS and MARKET REPORTS. K de L. CUDMORE, Mmg.r. OHA8. HOPE, Asst. Manager. J Mt.r 114 7T TNLESS your Roofs, Cutlers and Down BJ Pipes are properly fixed you are in vitiiuj decay into your home. Make sure of {jetting tha utmost service out of your house and save repair bills, by having lis fix up these most important details. 7ha materials ire, use are of the best quality, end cur tradesmen are experts. Prices moderate. £sti;:i:iies given. M. A, GROVE Phone 7S "DUPLICATE- HOUSE" CROOK WELL V & ! ~ ! J ' 1 < a TUDGU CAPPING, 3/. GUrTERING, 2/-. DOWN PIPE, 2/-. 'BRACKETS, 3/6 <loz. SPRING LIE ADS, 1/. lb. YEN US BENZENE, 18/-c.isu. VENUS KELIOSENI5, 14/3 case. SEMI ROTARY PUMPS. DOUGLAS PUMPS. GALVANISED WATER PIPING. GARDEN HOSE SPRAYERS AND SPRINKLERS....

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