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Primary Producers' Union [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 5 December 1925

Primary Producers' Uni^p • | A splendidly attended meeting of the Taralga Branch of . the above was held in the Federal Hall, Taralga, ,6;i Friday, 27th November. ; Mr. J. J. Francis (president) pie sided, and gave a very interesting re sume of the ' work-of the Distrjijt pouncil, a meeting of- which he had attended. Those present were sur prised and grateful at the splendid work being done at the Gouncil mee£ Ing*. 1 Mr. Bradford, editor of the Primary Producers' "News," was present. Af ter ho had beep jvelcopied ,by the president' he apologised '' for the ab sence of Mr. Dunlop, who was once again about to visit us but was pre vented by sickness. Genuine sympa thy for Mr. Dunlop was'expressed on all sines. Mr. Bradford explained for the ben efit of those present that the method of collecting subscriptions adopted by our branch is the one general through out the State. [ In response to a desire in the past ; of those present to know what can be : the benefit if we do join tlie Prim...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HERE AND THREE [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 5 December 1925

HERE ANI) THERE a Will Sir Joseph Cook, Australian High Commissioner in London, be succeeded by another High Commiss ioner, or an Ambassador? asks a Sydney daily. » f • • • • Leave to appeal po the Privy Coun cil is to be sought fromtjie State Full Court by pwners o£ skin wool, who have claimed (so far unsuccess fully) £1,750,000 from the War-tiine wool .pools. The full court recently dismissed au appeal by the skin wool owherB against a decision of Mr. Justice Cussen, disallowing their claim. • • • With the arrival of the Christmas period, there is an added burden to the postal business by the exchange of seasonable greetings. So far as poss ible, the postal, authorities would like all using the mails to get in as epxly as they can with'postal matter, and save' likely congestion. At a largely-attended meeting of the/Everligh ItaiAvay Branch of the Amalgamated Engineering "Union, held at tfie Trades Hall on Thursday, a resolution was carried that in no circumstances would Communists...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 5 December 1925

The Housewife's Needs for the Kitchen. The woman who puts up with " make shifts" as Kitchen Furniture invariably finds herself tired and worn out at the end ol! the day. ' The Kitchen more thau any other room, should be completely equipped so that all food may be prepared with the least trouble, and supplies'hygienically stored out of "sight. KITCHEN DRESSERS, in all the most approved designs, TABLES, SAFES aud CHAIRS, are included in ojjr well-assorted stocks. The monetary outiay is very small when the added comfort, cleanliness, and order is considered. Expert Workmanship only goes intp All Our Furniture. We shall be pleased to have you inspect at any time. PRICE LIST 24. DRESSER, as illustrated, 3£t. 6in. x lft. Gin. With 1 drawer, £4; with 2 drawers, £4/7/6. SAFES, as illustrated. DOUBLE DECKER, 5ft. high x 2£t. 3in. wide, £3/15/-. HANGING SAFE, 24in high x ISin. wide, 22/6; 3ft. 5in. x 2ft. 3in. 35/.. BREAD SAFE, 3ft. 5in. high x 2ft. 3in. wide, 57/6. DRESSER, as illustrated, 3...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Radio Programmes. WEEK'S FEATURES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 5 December 1925

Radio Programmes WEEK'S FEATURES. The features of the broadcastiiigx>^i| companies radio programmes for ensuing week, appearing on the post-A;.'.-^ ers displayed at the local offices, are v as follows:— • ■ Js FARMERS 2 FC—1100 METRES. " ^ Saturday, Dec.5: Russian OrchesLra> , 3.-10 p.m. . • Sunday, Dec. 6: Divers from battom^Vk* of Sydney Harbor, 3 to 5 p.m. ';v Monday, Dec. 7: Royal Apollo Clul),' 8.33 p.m.; Haymarket Orchestra, 9«6,V.'{^£ Tuesday,. Dec. S: Sydney Madrigal'.^^: Concert, 8 p.m.; N.S.W. Conservator--A)]] ium. 10.15 p.m. • 1 ' ^ Wednesday. Dec. 9; Mr. W. Hughes. 9 p.m.N , Thursday, Dec. 10: .Lyceum OrcUes- ' I'* tra, 9 p.mr- '' . ' \£j Friday. Dec. 11: Hor Majesty's,,' \',f j "Leave it to Jane," 8 p.m. ' Sunday, Dec. 13: "The Messiah," 3. BROADCASTERS 2 BL—353 METRES Saturday,'Dec. 5: "Fantastiques" 1 (Strathfield Town Hall),"8 p.m., ( Sunday, Dec. 6: Church of Christ, ^ Scientist, 11 a.in.; Concert ffontij? Studio, 3.30 p.m.; Church of Christ> Enmore, 7 p.m...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Anzac Wafers. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 5 December 1925

Anzac Wafers. 0£ all the exhibits in the War Mem orial Museum, the one which is best I preserved, and which promises to last the longest, is an Anzac "wafer." The writer cau vouch for the durable qualities of these biscuits. He used one as a post-card in 1917. With the address written on one Bide of the "wafer" and a message on the other, it travelled from "Blighty" to Sydney surviving all the postal misuses with out a casualty. And the "post-card" did not even have a wrapper! No; the Hindenburg Line was not the hardest thing "over there." -N.E. in "Daily Guardian?'

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOOL REPORT Pitt, Son & Badgery, Ltd., report: SYDNEY, Nov. 25. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 5 December 1925

WPOLTREPOKT Pitt, Son & Badgery, Ltd., report: SYDNEY, Nov. 25. Market conditions at to-day's sales reflected-tlxoc ^decline that was report ed earlie'd 'in'-tlie^eek ranging from 5 per cent, to 10 per cent, as com pared ^vith the ' basis current at the previous sej-ies. All descriptjons were affected, but those wools in liurry and dusty coi dition^ especially when lacking qual ity, felt the full extent of the weak ness. While for the better lines there was gooqf'coihpetition.at'the establish ed' range'fif prices,"the demand was somewhat restricted, for the medium andTinferior lots.; : Comebacks and crossbreds ruled without much Ghange. All sections of the trade were oper ating a tour sale, and generally the competition was well sustained. Our catalogue comprised -1,410 bales, and by auction and private treaty since our last auction we quitted 4,586 bales. The. top price of the day was 30(i, secured by us for 28 bales AAW u£ the FF/HIDLGROVE clip from Bur rowa, while "the re...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Our Contemporaries Say A Big Snake. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 5 December 1925

Our Contemporaries Say A Big Snake. A correspondent advises that a , j brown snake, killed by Mr. Sain Gay* of Bannister, measured 7ft Sin long, and 12 inches round the middle.— "Penny Post," Goulbura.

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Taralga Tennis Club. TARALGA v. RICHLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 5 December 1925

Taralga Tennis Club. TARALGA v. RICHLANDS. On Saturday last tfio Taralga Ten nis Club played their first match on the new courts, which resulted in a win for Taralga by the narrow margin of 1-garae. In fact, it is doubtful if this may rightly be called a win, so it is expected that shortly the teams will meet 'again bo aB to give one or the other a chance of a more decis ive victory. The courts were in excellent order and came in for most favourable comment from, the visitors. It Js stated on good authority that that indomitable pair, "Andy" and "Clem," were too spellbound to indulge in that vociferous barracking of theirs, or perhaps, the day was too hot. Messrs. Goodhew and Cheslier were the outstanding players for the home team and Messrs. Bradbury and De ziuB for the visitors. Afternoon tea was indulged in at 4 p.m., and the innovation of iced lemon squash for the players after each set was an excellent one for the hot day. Detailed scores were as follow:— ' Taralga. Rtehlands. ...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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MULWAREE SHIRE FINAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 5 December 1925

MULWABEE SHIRE FINAL MEETING. On Wednesday the present Council of the Mulwaree Shire met for the last time. The triennial election takes place to-day, when the new Council will be elected. The newly-elected-Council will meet 011 Wednesday, December 23rd. The Council was presided over by the president (Cr. J. J. Walsh). Others present were: Crs. D. M. Broadhead, C. S. Bradbury, P. F. O' Brien, A. Sieler, Mr. L. M." Ord (shire engineer) and Mr. A. M. Barton (shire clerk). TOWRANG— GREENWICH PARK ROAD. Further correspondence was re ceived from, the Local Government Department relative to Council's re quest that a further amount be allot ted from the 1923-24 State Main Roads Loan Vote for expenditure at Towrang Crossing on road to Tow rang and Greenwich Park. It was pointed out that the request could not be dealt with until the plans and specificaions, in accord ance with the Chief Engineer's in quiries, had been submitted.—Plans to be forwarded. RESTRICTION OF LOAD6. In reply to a lett...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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SIFTINGS. SEAMEN'S STRIKE ENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 5 December 1925

SIFTINGS. SEAMEN'S STRIKE ENDED. With the official ending of the British seamen's Btrike In Australia, shipowners are faced with many problems. Some men now ashore in Sydney' belong to ships which have passed ' out o£ Australian waters. Others belong to ships which have left Sydney but are still in Austral ian ports. • In order to facilitate the manning of ships a committee com* prising representatives of the own ers and the men has been formed. A time limit has been fixed for the re turn of men whose ships are still in Sydney. Men who do not return at jthe prescribed time will be written off as deserters. SENATE ELECTIONS—THE N.S.W. FIVE. An announcement is expected in timating the election of the first va cancy in the Senate of Senator C. F. Cox; The order of the election of the New South Wales candidates appears likely to be Messrs. Cox, Duncan, Greene, Thomas and Abbott. i COAL MINES AND ELECTRICITY | SHOPS. 1 The Labour Aldermen of the elec-1 jtricity committee of the City of S...

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Votes at £1 Each. ACCORDING TO MR. LAZZARINI. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 5 December 1925

Votes at £1 Each. ACCORDING TO MR. LAZZARINI. Speaking at Uoulburn oil Friday night, Mr. Lazzarini, who was re turned for Werriwa. with a majority of nearly 3000 votes, is reported to have said: "In Werriwa alone the Nationalist vote of 17,000 odd cost nothing less than a pound a vote." He added that the force of money was the one deciding factor in the elections, and alleged that by spend ing huge sums on propaganda and canvassing the Nationalist Party suc ceeded in swaying the unattached vote, which he set down at 30 per cent, for the Commonwealth.

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 5 December 1925

PERSONAL. Cupt. N. P. Moriarty, solicitor, of! Goulbiirn, who lias lieen visiting Tar algti for some time, lias taken an office next to Mr. S. J. Grosvenor's store aiul ■will lie in Taralga every Friday and Saturday.

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TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 5 December 1925

TO OUR READERS. The principal librarian of the Pub lic Library ol Niw South Wales, Syd ney, intimates that free loan of books from the Country Reference Section are available on application. The section comprises text books on most subjects in useful arte, fine arts, science, sociology, and history, such, for instance, as Bee Culture, Building Construction, Carpentry, Cab inet Making. Photography, Electricity, Fruit Growing, Poultry Panning, Dairy Farming, Economics, Drawing, Horse Breeding, Sheep Farming, Book Keeping. Geology, Mining. Gas, Oil, and Steam Engines, Architecture, j Veterinary Science, Wireless, Car riage Painting, Surveying, Soils and Fertilizers, Vegetable and Flower Gardening and Motors. It must be clearly understood that fiction. 110 matter how classical, or any works of mere interesting read ing. will not be supplied. For the womenfolk books will be posted on subjects such as Cooking. Preserving, the Care of Children. Dressmaking, Millinery, and similar subjects ...

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PASTORAL. DAMAGE FROM DUST. A Point for the Small Grazier. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 5 December 1925

PASTORAL. g.i; DAMAGE FROM DUST. A Point for the Small Grazier. . The damage done to the prospective. ' wool'clip by unnecessary exposure'of tlip (lock to dust is the subject of re BdSider i:in a publication of the .West . er'n Australian Dept. of Agriculture. Too little attention is given -.to the sheep . immediately after they are shorn, in preventing the ' mob from raising dust, which penetrates to the ak'jii, and remains to form the tip of the staple. Not only does this dust spoil the appearance of the wool, but it'absprbs the natural grease, which should flow to the tips of the fibre, keeping it healthy and sound. For ' the want of nourishment the tip J)e cojnes dry and fuzzy, greatly increas ing the proportion of "noils" after th'e process of scouring. and combing. When Driving or Mustering. Every effort should be made when "driving or mustering sheep to allow them us much Spread as possible, for in the congregation by the rounding up with dogs clouds of dust are rais ed, and ...

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Taralga District Band. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 5 December 1925

j Taralga District Band. Music lovers of Taralga will be pleased to note that on Sunday next, 6tU inst., the Band will render an .ex cellent programme at the northern end of the town.'commencing at 8.30 p.m. ( Under Bandmaster Dale's able tui tion. . the Band has been assiduously practising for the past six weeks and aii excellent musical treat is assured. At the close ot hist Tuesday night's -'practice, the Hand rendered some of their items at both ends or the town, and the excellence of their playing caused most favourable comment. In fact, according to. one visitor to the town who has travelled considerably through the South Coast and Table lands, Taralga should be proud of hav ing ,t Hand such as ours, which is equal, if not better, than any he has heard in his travels through these parts. 1 Tho Band bus kindly consented to play some selections at the garden fete to be held at Myrtloville to-day.

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

Friday, 11th December, i At 11 o'clock. I , W. H. Wheatley Will Sell by Auction AT TH IC CHOOKWKLl, VAII 1)8 On Above Date: 300 Mixed Sheep ALSO 30 Head Cattle PLANTING SEASON. TS at hand, and in a district like ' Crookwell and surrounding dis-! tricts you want trees grown in a cli-' mate similar. Our Nursery is well known in Goulburn, the only Cold j Climate Nursery in N.S.W. Over I 100,000 of the finest Fruit and Orna mental Trees, True to Name and Free I from Disease; Grape Vines*. Goose berries and Currants, Nut Trees, Rhu barb and Asparagus Roots, Roses, Ornamental Trees, Flowering Shrubs, Conifers of every description, Hedge . Plants, Pinus Insignis, etc. j Our Seeds are the World's BeBt: di- ; rect from the Growers. ; Ring 148 Goulburn for— WREATH^, BRIDAL BOUQUETS, etc. Catalogue Post Free. Goulburn Seed & Nurs ery Co., A. GOODHEW, Manager.. NOTICE. rPHE Goulburn Cafe, 153 Auburn. Street (next Goulburn Co-op. So ciety) is now being conducted by Poulps & Co. o...

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"THE TARALGA ECHO." [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 5 December 1925

THE TARALGA ECHO." The "Taralga Echo" has now been published regularly for over twelve mouths and although it is a modest . sheet, the proprietors'.'are convinced by the letters of approbation received at various times that its mission as ■a-local publicity organ has not alto I gether been in , vain. Wet hope as time rolls on and more support is ac corded in the'shape of advertising that we will be1 in a position to en large the publication. The annual subscription to the "Echo" is now past due and the proprietors'.would be grateful to subscribers if they will remit their subscriptions. without de lay. • ' :*

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Fordson on the Farm. ITS MANY USES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 5 December 1925

Fordson on the Farm. ! ITS MANY USES. ; Throughout the world of agrlcul- ' ture, the tireless (euergy of the Ford- ■ son' is being increasingly used to talje the drudgery out of farm life 'and make it more pleasant and remunerat ive. From the day of breaking the ground until the harvest is safely marketed, there is scarcely a day. jvhen the Fordson cannot bp profit ably employed. .. If the Fordspn's^ use ended at har vest time it would still be a paying investment. But the fact is that it may be usefully employed all through the winter for feed grinding, sawing wood, pumping water and for a sdore of jobs which are . often, neglected. This makes it a valuable asset all the year-round. One' of the fundamental advantages of the Fordson is that it makes poss ible the: doing of the farm work just at the time it should be done. Ploughing early and deep, for in stance, results in much larger crops. Every farmer would plough early and deep if he had the time and the mot ive power to do it. ...

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STOCK MARKET. FRIDAY'S CROOKWELL SALES. O. H. Furner & Co.: [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 5 December 1925

STQCK MARKET. FRIDAY'S CROOKWELL SALES. O. H. Furner & Co. Good yarding of both sheep and cat tle' at last Friday's stock sale. There was a fair attendance of buyers pre sent, the market being about equal to late rates. We sold 1100 sheep and 110 head cattle at the following prices:— Sheep.—Merino wrs, 4yrs, 17/8 to 18/4; merino wrs, 3 and 4yrs, 17/4 to 17/9; merino wrs, 2yrs. to 15/6; mer ino wrs, lyr, to 11/1; merino ewes, 8 • and 'iyrs, to 13/-; aged ewep, with .lamb's (all counted), to 10/2; aged ewes, in the wool, to 21/3. . Cattle.—Fat blks, to £13/2/6; fat cows, to £ 6/16/-; store strs, 3yrs,'.to £6/2/-; strs, 2 to 2$yrs, £4/8/- to £5/12/6; strs, lyr, 32/6 to £2>; cows, forward,condition, £4/11/- to £4/15/; store cows, £3/2/6 to £4; heifers, li to 2yrs, £2/13/- to £3; heifers, lyr, 32/6 to £2/1/-; poddies, to 33/-. - -At above prices we sold on ac count of the following owners:— Measrs. Thompson, Estate late P. Moore, Joseph Gurney, C. Cupltt, W. 3VI McDonald, Jose...

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

GOLDSBROUGH, MORJ & GO. Ltd., SYDNEY '"v-. >•. AinSC'"- . . PO^ & fRODUCE BROKERS, FAT STOCK SALESMEN STOCK &' STATION ACENTS LIBERAL AMMNCH A HIM EST jWKB"~7.~MID PROMPT RETURNS Writ* ftr WWiMIH. UBBl> anil MARKET REPORTS. K ds !■ OUDMOR^i OHA8. HOPE, Asst. Manner. i 41 PUT 114 T TNLESS pour Roofs, Gutters and Down / J Pipes are properly fixed pou are irt 77 citing decap info your home. Make sure of getting the utmost service out of pour house and save repair bills, bp hoping us fix up these most important details. / The materials we use are of the; best quality, and our tradesmen are experts. . Prices moderate. Estimates given, M. A. GROVE Ehose 78 "DUPLICATE HOUSE" '' " CROOKWELL I RIDGE CAPPING, 3/-. GUTTERING, 2/.. DOWN PIPE, <2/-. ^RACKETS, 3/6 doz; SPRING HEADS, 1/- lb. VENUS BENZINE, 18/-case. VENUS KEROSENE, 14/3 case. SEMI-ROTARY PUMPS. DOUGLAS PUMPS. GALVANISED WATER PIPING. GARDEN HOSE SPRAYERS AND SPRINKLERS. . / . PARTS fN STOCK...

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