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POLICE COURT (Before Mr. Williams, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 28 November 1925

POLICE COURT (Before Mr. Williams, P.M.) Several defendants were fined ■ the minimum amount for breach of mot or regulations—not returning their expired licenses . One defendant for being drunk was lined 5/ and costs. The following auctioneers were granted renewals : "of their licenses C. S. Bradbury. W. 11. Bradbury. S. J. Grosvenor, V. J. Chalker and AV. M. Fitzgibbon. INDUSTRIAL CASES. For breach of Industrial Arbitration Act, 'to wit, not exhibiting the award in workshop, one defendant was fined £1/1/- and costs. In another case for breach of the award a . defendant was fined the •minimum amount and costs were al lowed iu each case.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 28 November 1925

TAR ALGA H.A.C.B. Society. (In conjunction with Church Com mittee) Wil! Hold their ANNUAL SPORTS ON BOXING DAY, SAT. DEC. 26th. BOXING DAY, SAT. DEC. 26th. ANNUAL BALL MONDAY NIGHT, DEC. 28th. Further particulars later. ROY GORDON, Hon. Secretary. rpARALGA.—Argyle Hotel Stables. A. A. CUNNINGHAM (late of tliti Grand Central Hotel, GoulbtiriO is now In charge of tho above stables. Horses and Parcels will receive careful attention. Food, 1/0; Stand in, 6d.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Australian Roads "NOT A MOTORISTS' PARADISE." [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 28 November 1925

Australian Roads "NOT A MOTORISTS' PARADISE." Mr. Edney, a member of the Brit ish Isles team of bowlers, made forceful comments on Australian roads. "If Australia is the working man's paradise," he said, "it cer. tainly is not a motorist's. "Your roads are a disgrace. How you tolerate them 1 don't know. The main roads in England are like bil liard tables; here they remind one of a shell-swept battlefield. , "I am sure that every motorist in Melbourne could automatically churn his own butter."

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 28 November 1925

rrnT—TTi11 i y mi nrmrT—mwiTrii iimaiiiarniniriirni'n ■ m J. M. PEDLEY & SON, PRACTICAL TAILORS, CROOK WELL. WORKMANSHIP AND FIT GUAR A NT!.-: ' Visit Taralga Regularly Every Sale Day.""* -ATTENDANCE WITH FULL RANGE OF PATTERNS IN SEASONABLE SUITINGS AT MUDIE'S HOTEL, TARALGA. SOLID VALUES—They're Here! Men's Very Strong Harvard Working | Hen's Patent Shoes 22/6 & 32/6 Shirts, 5/., Men's Tan Shoes .. .. 1876 & 32/6 Men's Gabardine Trousers, a real | White Tennis Slioes .. ... 4/11 pa'r good quality, 14/11. Men's Gol£ Shirts .. 4/6, 8/6 & 10/6 Black Working Socks .. .. 1/. pair | ■ WE also carry a fine range of Men's Fancy Socks, Silk Shirts, Crealm Trousers and Hats in all the most Popular Styles. J. H. DALE, Tho Little Store with Big Values, taraxga; . Taralga Refreshment Rooms ORCHARD ST.,. TARALGA. PINE ASSORTMENT OP CHOCOLATES AND CONFECTIONERY, CHOICE FRUITS IN SEASON, Delicious Ice Cream, Ice Cream Sodas, Ice Cream Sundaes, Vari ous Sparkling Ic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 28 November 1925

MUL WAREE SHIRE [ TO THE RATEPAYERS OF RIDING "A." J^ADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— 1 have been requested by a large number of Ratepayers of the above Riding to become a candidate for the forthcoming election, and 1 have con sented to my nomination. I was a road. contractor for many years; was ganger for the Condobolln Shire Council, and also ganger on ! Railway constructional work. This j experience should prove very useful j to me if elected. I respectfully solicit your votes and Influence in support of my candidat ure, 'and if elected promise to use my best endeavours in the interests of the Ratepayers. Youtb faithfully, THEODORE CORBY. "Ifield," Taralga. ICROOKWELL SHIRE I "C" RIDING. J^ADIES .AND GENTLEMEN.— At the request of a number of Ratepayers I have decided to otter myself as a candidate for your suff rages. I will serve the Ratepayers to the best of my ability and, if returned, will endeavour to foster a better feel ing of co-operation between the Ratepayers and the Council. AUBR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 5 December 1925

^'■'"iii'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiHHmiHHiHUMUHHHUiHimnnmnuiiiiniiiiimtiiniiiiiiiiiniiinnn iiufHiuniiufiMtiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiciiinniutiuusfiiigiiniiHiciiiutiiiiiiiu iiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiuiiiiifuiiiiiiintiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliitiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiitu^^ PRICES! \ .-v ? '.-•il-W—.y.-vd "I'-aWi ,-y" --ft': A Wonderful Opportunity for Car Buyers. The New Ford Touring Car, equipped with wirier and lower seats, giving extra leg room and more comfort. Nickel fittings throughout. Body colours, Cobalt Blue, Im- _ ~ perial Buff or Empire Grey., 1 f*C| 1 (|q Four cord tyres,windscreen ** ^ ^ wO* wiper and rear vision mirror are standard equip ment. Ford Single Seater, with smart Australian body, lower, broader seat, large lock-up compart ment at rear, providing ample space for luggage. Nickel fittings throughout. _ . _ _ Cobalt Blue, Imperial'Bufl! | hi) | (|e or Empire Grey. Four * "*/ X wo* cord tyres, windscreen wiper and rear vision mirror are standard equipment. Ij'or...

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Wifely Wisdom. A TRUE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 5 December 1925

Wifely Wisdom. TRUE STORY. It happened some years' ago," but there is such a valuable lesson in the story that it could well afford to be immortalised by the pen ' of a Kip ling, f' : Mr. X had owned anil ■ conducted his shop for 16 .years, also he hud been married for that period. One day his wife remarked easu ally that she had bought a house. Now Mr. -X knew his wife's fin ances as well as he knew his own. A little inexpensive jewellery, the mod est housekeeping money, and the still more modest dress allowance consti tuted the sum total of his wife's world ly income and possessions. He there fore laughed. A joke, of course. But it wasn't a joke. It was a re ality. His wife wanted to take him there and then to see it. At flrBt he was angry, for he con cluded the time payment fiends had seduced her. Next a gay spirit pos sessed him for he recollected a cer tain ticket in "Tatts*." But * on each point his wife gave him clearly to understand that he was wrong. For half-an-hour he alt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 5 December 1925

Taralga Public School. DUAL ENTERTAINMENT, EXHIBITION OF SCHOOL WORK. SALE OF USEFUL ARTICLES. Saturday, 12th December, Officially Opened by W. T. Fraser, Esq., M.A. , At 2 o'clock. No efforts have been spared to make this a tremendous success. Proceeds in aid of Breaking-up fund. D. NEIL.

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PRICE REDUCTION. FORD CARS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 5 December 1925

PRICE REDUCTION. FORD CARS. ;• With^the establishment of Ford assembling plants i nAustralia, the 'display of Ford initiative and enter prise was bound to follow, but tlio •present drastic price reduction, whilst not unexpected, is much more than was reasonably expected ,and those in want of a light car or truck have now the opportunity of obtaining a Ford with several improvements not hitherto sold with the car as stand ard equipment. It is said that the seating accom modation on the new models is vastly ^superior to the' new models;tathm superior to tiic previous ones, and that the complete car being obtain able ;at £169/10/-, a record sale is expected.

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CRICKET. TARALGA v. GOULBURN WHEELMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 5 December 1925

% CRICKET. TARALGA v. GOULBURN WHEELMEN. The above match, played at Chats bury on Sunday, resulted In a win for the Wheelmen after a splendidly contested game. The Wheelmen are a first-grade team from Goulburn, now leadink in the competition, and besides there were among them on Sunday last no fewer than three players who were representing Southern Districts at Country Week, in Sydney. Against this very formidable oppo sition the Taralga team made the very respectable score of 169. And again, whilst Wheelmen were batting the opinion of one who should be one of the best judges in the southern districts (Mr. Le Hunt) was that the bowling of Dezius and Perry, of Taralga, was the best that they had experienced this year. When one ^omes to realise that the three players mentioned above as playing in Country Week, and recognised as the best batsmen in Goulburn^ were out, as well as two others, making five wickets, for 31 runs, there seems to be some truth in Mr. Le Hunt's statement. That ...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 5 December 1925

SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. QCR stocks ol thieee are no-w complete . and we quote/ a tew lino.? which will stand comparison. • > ' M 3Sin DRESS LINENS in Lemon, Mauve, Fawn, Heseda. 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. 30in LINENE, Reseda, Saxe, Navy .. .; .. .. 1/9 yd. 3(Hn BEST QUALITY JAP. CREPES in all shades, 1/. per yd. (Also British Crepes). 38iu STRIPED CREPES .. .. ..... .. .. 1/11 yd. ZEPHYRS AND GINGHAMS, a splendid range of patterns from 11d pd. •*!8in 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 line range of DRESS LENGTHS in STRIPED FUJI, Natural and Dark grounds, Art Silk and Cotton Georgettes, from...

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Something for Farmers to Think Over [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 5 December 1925

Something for Farmers to Think Over When the Rural Workers' Accommo datiou Bill, now before the State Par liament, becomes law, district farm ers are not likely to throw bouquets at our two Labor members. The Bill provides that if a farmer engages Casual workers he muBt provide each two of them with a room for their cooking. He will have to provide them with baths, if the inspector is of the opinion that there is sufficient water on the holding; with a sanitary service Bucb as there is not in many towns of the State, if the inspector orders it. If he wants to engage sea sonal labor, he must give the inspec tor a week's notice, so that the in spector may visit the farm; the far mer must convey liim to the site of the accommodation. All the obliga tion is on the farmer. None is on the farm hand. There is ft provision that the occupant of the accommoda tion shall keep it clean; but how can that provision be enforced. It would appear that the framers of the Act recognise that it cannot ...

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The Taralga Echo. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1925. LOCAL and GENERAL. TARALGA AND DISTRICT BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 5 December 1925

®ljx. fenilga ©rljff. SATURDAY, DECEMBER i>. I!i25. LOCAL and GENERAL. TARALGA^AND DISTRICT BAND. The Taralga and District Hand will to-morrow night render a. programme o£ classical and popular music, in the main street, providing the weather is favourable . This is the first' of the summer night performances; and an excellent programme will be present ed, as follows: March. Horsham; hymn T-eud, Kindly Light; -overture, Lust piel; waltz, Silvery ijpray; • marcli, New Colonial; grand selection. Tann hauser; waltz. Pleasant .Hours; polka. Jolly, Jogahout; march. Always Ready.

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A Narrow Escape. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 5 December 1925

A Narrow Escape. On Sunday night last Miss Ollie Clift, daughter o£ Mr. and Mrs. Guy Clift, of Temora, received a severe shock from electricity, as a result of which she was compelled to take to her bed. It appears Ollie was taking the light, on the end of a cord extension, from one room to another, when the light fused in her hand. The girl immediately screamed, arid her cries attracted the attention oC her father, who, luckily, had the pre sence of mind to turn off the switch at the meter, thus releasing his daughter from the "grip" of the elec tricity. The girl received a great shock, and the doctor was quickly summoned. It was a narrow escape, but Ollie is now little the worse for her. unpleasant experience, a burnt hand being still very sore, however.' —Cootamundra "Liberal." .

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OLD COIN. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 5 December 1925

OLD COIN. Alr. ' T. .T. Gorman, ot Yorkborough. la., the. proud possessor-of a coin of j^sveryy anuieiit mint, dated 1S05. in the .■^reign of George III., value 10d.. and . 'lie'States that it. lias ' been lield by members ot the'family for over one hundred years. ■ The coin is on yie»v at tlie store of S. J. 'Grosvenor. ofTaralgu. >and Mr. <?orman-asks if itn.v one is able to produce one-of earlier make than this. If so he would be pleased to hear of 3t;and* would -like to see same. >

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Warning About Balloon Tyres. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 5 December 1925

Vv Warning About Balloon Tyres. Referring to recent .motor car. smashes in the State, an expert driv er informs us that balloon tyres might. add considerably to the means by which a 'car gets out of control on' ' a very smooth road, with fair pace up, and drivers should be careful in making a deviation under such cir- • cumstances, the balloon tyres having a tendency to cause the car to swing. —Grenfell "Record."

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TENNIS HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 5 December 1925

TENNIS HANDICAP. <" Tlie first roiiwl of the handicap petition 'will be played at Myrtle-: ^.TilJft-on Saturday, and judging by tin> ■iil-iajiiomit o£ start allotted to some of w;vtbe competitors in the mixed doubles , ^handicap those who awarded the handicaps must evidently have a very high opinion ' of at leaBt' one , pair o£ the Jocal players competing, they being 20 points behind scratch, while others competing have been al ^ lotod big. concessions. It really ap pears to be an almost impossible task at , least for anyone except an c Interstate player, and it is very doubtful if the scratch couplo are cap ublo of making a deccnt- game of it ,at all. ' •

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Wouldn't Stop in the Pound. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 5 December 1925

Wouldn't Stop in the Pound. Pounds are not built to hold bulls— at least, the Temora Pound isn't! Last' Saturday morning six Council em ployees were engaged for about two hours getting a straying.bull into the : pound. He didn't stop there two minutes, but simply crashed his way out. One of the aldermen, -with a long knowledge o£ cattle, said there were two bulls—the one which was jimpounded and the one perpetrated in putting him there. Anyhow he is again on the street.— ■Temora "Inde pendent."

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SHIRE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 5 December 1925

SHIRE ELECTIONS. To-day is the closing of poll for a good many shires throughout the State, and in many instances there is keen competition. In some cases that have come under our notice no few er than seven candidates are seeking election for some of the diffeent rid ings. In every riding in the Mulwaree Shire there is competition, and dur ing the past week the candidates contesting Riding "A" have been quite active, and locally speculation is very rife as to who the successful ones shall be. and a close poll is an ticipated.

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A Cockatoo Causes Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 5 December 1925

A Cockatoo Causes Trouble. For about half-an-hour last'night :i portion of the town was in darkness: through the action of a cockatoo. When Engineer Robertson was informed of' the failure of the light he got busy in his Ford and discovered "cocky'' calmly perched on a pole with his chain dragging on the electric wires. This was the cause of the trouble, as it caused a short on the line and "cocky" was quickly "shoed" off his perch. After he had departed every- ;, thing became normal.— -Young "Chron- :: icle."

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