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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 19 December 1925
>%)N£&lt; OR All bottles delivered by this Company with either the Trade Mark and/or Brand tn o u 1 d e d thereon are not sold but xemainthesole property of RESCH'S LIMITED from which Company they have been loaned, and 8u ch bottles have been de livered by such Company sole ly for purposes of enabling the contents to be used once only for re tailing, consuming or using Lager Beers or other fer mented orunfermented liquors manufactured or ven ded by this Company, and contained in such bottles. When the contents are once used the bottles must be forthwith, on demand, handed or given over or re turned to the said Company or its agents. The bottles may not be destroyed or damaged or parted' with, or may not be used for any but the foregoing purpose/ SYDNEY
THE GARDEN FLOWERS AND VEGETABLES. WHAT TO SOW IN DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 19 December 1925
THE GARDEN I i FLOWERS AND VEGETABLES. i « TO SOW IN DECEMBER.' • Vegetable Seeds.—Sow celery, cress, . mustard, kohl rabl, lettuce, peas (ear. ' Jy and late varieties), spinach (round) . potatoes (late sorts), radish, turnip, French beans (early varieties). Flower Seeds.—Sow cineraria, cal, ucolaria and primula, and other green house varieties. Pansies may he sown under cover lor early autumn planting. Miscellaneous.—Continue planting dahlias. Plant out celery, cabbage and cauliflower (seasonable varieties) also seasonable bedding plants. Con tinue to sow maize lor fodder, it weather favorable.
(Published by Arrangement). A RECORD OF FAILURE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 19 December 1925
(Published by Arrangement). A RECORD OF FAILURE. Albert J. Fox recently prepured for the Washington. "Post" an analysis of Prohibition al'ter six years' trial. The following are his conclusions:— "First—The prohibition Act does not prohibit, nor effectively check the use of intoxicating liquors in the United States. "Second—Six years of enforcement, or attempted enforcement, have not only failed to make the country ap preciably dry, but they have failed to prevent the flood of alcoholic liq uors from greatly increasing year by year since 1920 until the arrests for intoxication are now more numerous than before prohibition went into ef fect. "Third—No single move by the en forcement has had any appreciable off ct toward even reducing the con stantly swelling flow ot illegal liquor supplies. "Fourth—Six years of Prohibition have made the 'home-brewing meth od of obtaining intoxicating liquors' a nation-wide factor in American life, and have converted hundreds of thous ands of America-...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 19 December 1925
Our Up-to-date 'Xmas Display is Now Complete. Special Purchases in All Departments enable ■ us to offer an Airay of Goods that wUl "y-yj- satisfy the Keenest Shoppers. ; ^ ■' OUR DRAPERY AND.FANCY SECTIONS are resplendent with all classes o£ 'Xmas wants for your home, your family and friends, and includes Lady's Hanks, Gloves, Hose, Ribbons, Laces, Perfumes, Xylonite Wear, 'Xmas Cards, and innumerable other lines suitable for presents for young and old. MEN AND JUVENILE DEPARTMENT.—Hats that will please. Suits that will fit all. Shirts, Ties, Fancy Sox, etc., that will satisfy you. BOOT DEPARTMENT.—Smatt Footwear for all in Prices and Quality that will satisfy. TOYS that will delight the Child) en at pi-ices that are keen. TRAVELLING REQUIREMENTS.—Bags, Rugs, etc., for thoEe who require them. 'XMAS GROCERIES AND SPECIALITIES.—Fresh Good Quality at right prices. For all your 'Xmas Requirements see our Stocks iirs't and wo claim that you will have no reason to send outside our TOWN fo...
THIRTY M.P.G. IN THE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 19 December 1925
THIRTY M.P.G. IN THE CITY. Thirty miles to a gallon of petrol is considered remarkably good con sumption on a long run, but when this feat is performed about the city and, suburbs, ■where work entails starting and stopping, it is indeed a unique achievement. Writing from Adelaide. Messrs. George Harrold & Co. say that:— "Our Ford car lias travelled 6,500 miles, and tliie petrol consumption which we have accurately recorded, according to the speedometer, works out at an average of 30 miles to the gallon. This, we consider, very good, us the car is used for city and subur ban work entailing frequent stopping and starting. "Up-to-date we have only used three gallons of oil. which works out at over 2,000 miles per gallon. "We have not yet had occasion to spend one penny in repairs."
LAUGH IT OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 19 December 1925
miiiiiuiiiimi LAUGH IT OFF. A RE you worsted in a fight? -£X Laugh it off. Are you cheated of your right? • Laugh it off. Don't make tragedy of trifles, v Oon't shodt buterfiies with rifles, Laugh it off. T)OES your work get into kinks? Laugh it off. Are you near all sorts of brinks? Laugh it off; If it's sanity you're after, There's no recipe like laughter— Laugh it off. iiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiniii'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiT
HERE AND THERE [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 19 December 1925
HERE AND THERE "*■ By the* lamentable death of Coun cillor H. J. Hogan, many a resident of the district has lost a valued and generous friend. • • • We could recount, many a kindly and gracious act conferred by the late Councillor, performed, in an unosten tatious manner. • • » This week Public School teachers of the Goulburn Inspectorate met In. conference at the Town Hall, under the presidency of Mr. Inspec tor Fraser. • * » Dr. Harvey Sutton delivered, a • lecture entitled "Health at School:" Papers were read by Messrs. D. Neil (Taralga),. A. Dezius (Richlands), and B. A. Sheath (Exeter). • * • ■ The annual concert given by.the pupils of St. Joseph's, Taralga, prior to the Christmas vacation, was a success from every viewpoint and much enjoyed by the large number who attendee!. The children acquitted themselves splendidly in the various • selections rendered. The recent enthusiasm displayed by local anglers appears on the wane. This fact is rather surprising, for the catches repo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 19 December 1925
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BARRALLIER. (From Our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 19 December 1925
BABKALLIEK. (From Our Correspondent). Shearing is. now completed, except •vfor small lots of "stragglers," and Inost of the wool has been sent to market. Stock of every kind are in good healthy condition. Grass is fairly plentiful, notwith standing the number of rabbits that infest the runs. The local Shire has a gang of men repairing the causeway over the AVollondilly on the Mittagong-Wom beyan Caves road, which waB damag ed by floods in the winter. Portions of the road are in a very rough state and need attention badly. Mrs. XV. G. Worner, of Mittagoug, fractured a small bone in her leg below the , knee, and .is consequently laid up, but fortunately she is suff ering very little pain. I
FORD FACTS. NEW MODEL A REAL CAR. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 19 December 1925
FORD FACTS. NEW MODEL A REAL CAR. Says the "Ford News": Our West Australian Branch has received a letter from Mr. E. J. Eg gleston, of Subiaco, who recently bought a new Ford model. Mr. Eggle ston is thoroughly pleased with its performance, and is running the car in very carefully. After taking de livery of the car, he made an extend ed tour down the Great Southern line. "I met your representative in Nor tham," writes Mr. Eggleston, "and he showed it to quite a few in the street. At every place 1 stopped, I invariably drew the attention of inter ested persons to its good points. It was the first new nlodel down that way and created quite an interest on that account. One friend is now in touch with Mr. Lynas, and another is only waiting to sell his old car to get a REAL CAR."
Radio Programmes. THIS WEEK'S FEATURES. Following are the principal items of the programmes of the Sydney broadcasting companies for the ensuing week:—2 FC (FARMERS)—1100 METRES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 19 December 1925
Radio Programmes. THIS WEEK'S FEATURES. . Following are the . principal items of the programmes of the Sydney broad casting companies for the ensuing week:— 2 FC (FARMERS)—1100 METRES. Saturday, Dec. 19: A popular night. Sunday, Dec. 20: St- Andrew's Ca thedral, 11 a.m.; Petersham, 3 p.m.; St. Mark's, 7 p.m.; Randwick Marnl, 8.30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 21: Mrs. 'Arris, 9.20 p.m. Tuesday, Dee. 22: An Original Irish Comedy, 9.30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 23: Florence Yates, contralto. Thursday, Dec. 24: Her Majesty's, "Leave it to Jane," second act; Xmas Eve Carols and Waits. Friday. Dec. 26: Xmas progremme, Carols, 11 a.m.; Band Concert, 3 p.m.; Concert (Lyceum), 8 p.m. n SaSturdav, Dec. 26: "Goodie Reeve" and other popular artists. Sunday, Dec. 27: Boy Scouts' Cor roboree. 2 BL (BROADCASTERS)—333 Metres Saturday, Dec. 19: Variety pro gramme. Sunday, Dec. 20: Children's Xmas Service (Newtown Congregational), 11 a.m.; Concert from Studio, 3.30 p.m.; Newtown Congregational, 6.30 p.m.; Broadcaste...
H.A.C.B. ANNUAL SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 19 December 1925
H.A.C.B. ANNUAL SPORTS. • As appearing elsewhere by adver tisement in this issue, those desiring to spend the week-end by a pleasant day' souting will be well advised to attend the annual sportts of the Tar alga H.A.C.B. Society to be held on the showground on Saturday, Decem ber 26tli (Hexing Day), when a large und varied programme will be sub mitted. including athletic and horse ! events. The'children are also well catered for. , The annual ball will be held 011 the Jlonday night, owing to ! Boxing Day falling on Saturday, and will be quite, up to the usual High standard. Music will be supplied by the Band Orchestra.
BUILDING ACTIVITY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 19 December 1925
BUILDING ACTIVITY. Quite a number of new buildings as well as alterations to existing ones are now in progress in our town, which evidently is, a sign tbat our railway will most certainly improve our district. • Two new shops are be ing erected by Mr. C. S. Bradbury and a new cottage for Miss Gorman, and renovations are nearly completed in What was known as Bannahy Store I a two-story building owned "by the I.Moloney family, of Taralga, and ad joining the Bank of New South Wales
The Primary Producers' Union. IS IT POLITICAL? E. N. McAlister writes:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 19 December 1925
The Primary Producers' Union. IS IT POLITICAL? E. N. McAlister i writes:—. The executive officers of the P.P.TL claim that it is a non-political body: Speaking at the inaugural meeting of the local branch" held at Taralga on the 5th October last ,.Mr. Shute, As sistant Secretary, said that the P.P.TJ. was non-political. Mr. Bradford, Managing Editor of the "p.p. News," said at, our last meet ing in Taralga that they looked upon the question of politics as "taboo," but still they found it necessary at certain times to criticise the acts of certain Governments. At a F.P.U. meeting held, in the Clarence River district a few weeks ago they were discussing the ques tion of amalgamation between the Fanners and Settlers' Association and the P.P.U., when Mr. G. Kelly, dele gate to the Central Executive, stated .that'the reason a similar motion had t been turned down by the Central i Executive was that the P. and S.A. | was a political body, and fully 90 per cent, of the P.P.U. members were ...
RAILWAY MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 19 December 1925
RAILWAY MATTERS. Considerable inconvenience and delay has been caused during the •present week through there not be ing trucks available for the loading of wool. There are several loads now waiting for the arrival of trucks. Surely there must be someone to whom the blame is attachable for oc currences of this kind./ Although the line has not been yet definitely taken over by the Commissioners, when the facilities are given it is up to some one to make representation to see that same is rectified. TRY THE ECHO FOR GOOD PRINTING ALL WAYS & ALWAYS
ART UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 19 December 1925
J ART UNION. , , Tile Orawing for the prize in. &lt;;on i'! n€CtIon-ivith the art union conducted "by -Mra. A. 'J. Boys, of "The Dane," ' .Golspie," for the North Goulbura Con vejit, was drawn during the week and Jthe winning number was held by Mrs. ^Hilary Wilson, of Taralga. The sup. Dort given was quite up to ■expecta tions, and quite a decent'amount will l)e forwarded to the institution. > •
FAT STOCK, Pitt, Son & Badgery, Ltd., report: SYDNEY, Dec. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 19 December 1925
> FAT STOCK, Pitt, Son & Badgery, Ltd.', report: SYDNEY, -Ccc. 11. Cattle.—36S2 head yarsled, aggre gating C057 lor the week, several "hun dred Queeuslauders being included. The yarding was of fair average quality for tbe timet;, plain to medium descriptions being strongly in evid ence, while there was a fair repre sentation of useful butcher^' beef with a meagre proportion of prime. .All sections of the buying power were represented, but competition was ir regular and values generally a little lower. There was scarcely a quotable change in prime light cattle but all other descriptions were from 10/- to 20/- below last day's averag erulings. Sheep and Lambs.—32,700 penned, aggregating 57,700 for the week, prin cipally good to prime descriptions in ,I)oth Merinos and Crossbreds. A full attendance of buyers competed freely from the commencement and the mar ket throughout was buoyant at an ad vance of 1/- o 2/- per head compared , to Monday's closing (rates. . Prime Beef.—Ch...
TELEPHONE—TARALGA TO STONE QUARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 19 December 1925
TELEPHONE—TARALGA TO STONE QUARRY. Ganger Bates and Iris staff are now on this job and expect to complete quite early in the Xew Year, as the j whole of the material required is now on the spot. It is also rumoured that i the Mount Defiance-Citrraweela line is expected to go on also, and these extended services will mean that we will surely get at last that long-felt want—a continuous service. Should same be not granted it is quite time for us to realise what we are doing and to again be persistent in our endeavours to secure this much desired service, or otherwise be con tent to drag along in the same old j groove, and to never expect any im j provement to our postal service.
JUST SO! SOME TIMELY HINTS TO MOTORISTS THAT MAY NOT BE QUITE AS RIDICULOUS AS THEY SEEM. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 19 December 1925
' JUST SO! SOME®TIMELY HINTS TO MOTOR. J5STS *THAT MAY NOT BE QUITE •AS /RIDICULOUS AS THEY SEEM; •They come from "Old Bird,'.' Bingara, and are published In the "Rugby News." Here they are: Before starting out see that all •wheels are in place—one on each corner." > If the engine refuses to start, turn ipn the switch. It is adTisable to. carry the follow ing tols: One jack. ' 'v : One tyre pump." . The self-starter may fail if the bat tery has been removed for recharg ing. The trouble can usually be ov ercome . by replacing the old battery or buying a new one. Engine knocks are sometimes hard te locate. If a connecting rod pro trudes through the crankcase, consult a reliable repair man. It may have broken. It is essential that the petrol tank should be intact. Holes should be at tended to at once. Soap or chewing gum will do it for you, but holes in the bottom should be repaired during the next overhaul. When your battery is completely dry complain to your battery service mail, ...