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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 December 1924

fTURALGA.—Argylc Hotel Stables. A. A. CUiV.N'INOHAAI (lute ot the : Wand Central Hotel. Goulburn) is now hi charge »of the above stables. ; Horses and 'Parcels will receive careful attention. »Feed. 1/G; Stand in.'Cd.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POWER ALCOHOL. LARGE SCALE PRODUCTION. SCOTTISH FIRM'S PROPOSAL. SPIRIT FROM SUGAR WASTE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 December 1924

POWER ALCOHOL. LARGE SCALE PRODUCTION. SCOTTISH FIRM'-S PROPOSAL. SPIRIT FROM SUGAR WASTE. The Federal joint committee 011 pub lie -accounts met recently to inquire into the possibilities of liquid fuel production in Australia.. The witness was Mr. Gerald Lightfoot, chief offic er of the Institute of Science and Industry. Mr. Lightfoot said: Mr. A. V. Board, who is in Australia as a representat ive of the Distillers' Co. Ltd., of Ed inburgh, which has a capital of be tween £30,000,000 and £40,000,000, has practically completed some pro-' ^posals for the establishment of the. 'power alcohol 'industry in Australia, provided certain facilities and con cessions are offered by the Common "wealth Ministry, without which the industry cannot be conducted profit ably. The company will only consid er the production of alcohol on a large scale. In view of the probable world shortage of o'il in the future', and the unsuccessful search for min eral oil in Australia, the production of power alcoh...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TEST TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 December 1924

TEST TEAM. The selectors have chosen ■ ■ the following team to repre-,-. sent Australia against Ens- , land in the first test match. to commence at the Sydney , Cricket Ground on Friday - next:— H. L. COLLINS (N.S.W.), Captain. ,:i W. BARDSLEY (N.S.W.) , J. M. GREGORY (N.S.W.) A. MAILEY (N.S.W.) ■ , W. A. OLDFI ELD (N.S.W.) J. M. TAYLOR (N.S.W.) H. L. HENDRY (Vic.) W H PONSFORD (Vic.) A. RICHARDSON (S.A.) V. RICHARDSON (S.A.) T J ANDREWS (NSW), 12. ".I Reserves:- • t.ivi J. S. Rydqr and A. E. • Hart- . | kopf (Vic.) i , |

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 December 1924

WILD WEST PICTURES TO-NIGHT . (SATURDAY, DEC. 13th) FEDERAL HALL, TAR ALGA. >Soft Boiled" (Featuring TOM MIX) "Hell's Hole" (This is a Special Feature) f'1 Hello Pardner " (Sunshine Comedy) Fox News No. 95 This is a Fox Programme Adults, 1/6. Children, 9d. *' Coming Saturday, December 20 th— "KICK IN." - CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR GREETINGS. WE desire to extend to our Shareholders and Clients Heart iest Christmas Greetings coup led with an expression of.the earnest hope that they may en joy a Prosperous New Year. AN INVITATION All our Country Clients and friends are cordially invited, if visiting the Metropolis during the coming holidays, to utilise the facilities we have specially provided for their convenience at our Headquarters, Circular Quay, Sydney. FARMERS '& GRAZIERS CO-OPER ATIVE CO., LTD. FOLEY BROS. LTD. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE SALESMEN, - - • SYDNEY - - - JfARMERS! FOR BEST RESULTS, CONSIGN YOUR PRODUCE TO A FIRM OP GO YEARS STANDING. TOP PRICES "AND PROMPT RE TURN...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PAINFUL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 December 1924

PAINFUL ACCIDENT. Mi-. C. C. Bradbury, ot CuriaweeU, £ met w'ith a: paint'ul-accidont lierc to-'p-vo day (Tuesday).' Ho was shearing a -> lamb at the time oil his pioperty at jy Golspie when the animal kielced-uiul>&.;( drove the blade, ot the shears mtoV,; his leg on tlie inner ride close U> ]^\ the knee. The,.wound bled freely and •>«« Mr. Bradbury : was compelled to go £< to Crookwell for medical aid. There , -p; the wound was dressed and -several: "iM* stitches inserted. Mr. Bradbury re turned to his home the same even-,' V»: InK and will be compelled t oremain | on the easy list Eor a tuno. f>v

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Motoring. GENERAL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 December 1924

Motoring. (By "GEAR-BOX.") GENERAL HINTS. Keep your spark plugs clean anil C. adjusted. The proper width of plug points should be about the thickness of a worn threepenny piece. Examine your wiring. Cracked or oily insulation will ^almost always cause a short circuit. The carburettor should be kept clean and free from dirt and water." It is also important to have the car burettor properly adjusted. Fan belt should be kept tight. A loose fan belt is often the cause of overheating. . Your radiator should always be full of clean water. Huin water is ' host if procurable. Do not lot dirt and oil collect on your, engine, especially does this ap ply to the electrical parts, as this has a tendency to work in and cause bearings and other parts, to wear. Clean the carbon out of your en gine- and grind the valves about ev ery five thousand miles. -The valves should always be kept properly ad 'justod. The distance between tup-' pets and valve stems should be about •00G or .008 inch. Examine yo...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
METHODIST CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 December 1924

• " <\ \ V METHODIST CHURCH SERVICES. I { |» The Rev.Robena will preachia•thesJfoii! Methodist Church, . Tanilgu, j£* ■ ;i.m.' to-morrow (Sunday). ' ft' ! rriuted and Published liv llobert </' | .lobn Wmuintf. of | Marsdeu-street, Urookwell, for tbeiv " | Proprietors, R. J. Wiping & Son^W

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RICHLANDS. (From Our District Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 December 1924

RICHLANDS. (From Our District Correspondent). The annual School Picnic took place, at the School on . Saturday, December 6th. The school was pret tily decorated by the pupils,' and a (lag, the gift of Mr. H. Twynam, of Richlands, was seen proudly flying from the flag pole. By noon about 250 people gathered at the school where a good pro gramme for children as well as for adults was gone through. The most amusing incident of the day was an apple eating contest for boys and girls. Auotlier item worth putting on at any picnic was catching the rooster. This caused much amusement. At about 1 o'clock the picnickers sat . down to aflne spread, and judg ing by the many good things that ap peared on the tables Richlands can boast of having many experts in the culinary art. , Storm clouds which had been gath ering all the morning suddenly burst, and there was experienced the heaviest shower of rain that has been witnessed for many years. .Luckily the school room, verandahs, and cloak rooms we...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 December 1924

A Real Australian Father Christmas A Genuine "Old Timer*' Bringing to Everyone, we hope, She Happiest of Happy Christmases. lour Christmas Requirements will soon engage your attention. We're ready lor you. Everything ami Anything you want. Christmas Groceries and Specialities. OUR Grocery Department is now a veritable storehouse oE all good things. New—Fresh—Genuinely Cheap. . If you're not a personal buyer-^ GET OUR GROCERY PRICE LIST— It spells Real Quality and Real Econ omy in your Christmas Groceries'; In the Liquid Line. We can satisfy all ideas and' suit all tastes. HIGH-CLASS CORDIALS, WINES, ALES, STOUTS, SPIRITS. A Price List will go to you for the asking. Travelling Requirements. For those who go away for the holi days, we can supply everything nec essary.— BAGS, TRUNKS, RUGS, CUSHIONS, etc. We specialise in Travelling Goods of all kinds. Christmas Box Goods. Between one department and an ..' other you'll find a practically unlim ited variety from which to make your choice...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Official Correspondence. MR. MORTON, M.L.A., BUSY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 December 1924

Official Correspondence. MR. MORTON, M.L.A., BUSY. Our member, Mr. Morton, is en deavouring to have many of the Public Schools 1n the Crookwell and Taralga districts repaired and reno vated. The following letter has been received from the Minister for Education, by Mr. Morton, on the subject:— Dear Mr. Morton,—I ani in re ceipt of your letter o£ the 4th instant, suggesting that certain schools in the Crookwell and Taralga portions of your elec torate should be repaired while the Department's gang is in the ■ vicinity. I will have your sug gestion considered and let you know what can be done in regard to each case. ■ Yours faithfully, ALBERT BRUNTNELL. Sydney, 5th Dec., 1924.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 December 1924

"We take extreme t* r* * *4 99 £>tttrmtg Wo asked the makers of ibo well . known " SINCERITY SUIT" to work with us in producing the best possible gar ment at the price of ordinary suits. They co-operated splen tnensures didly and enabled us to make to every buyer a. satisfied customer. please" ask the man wj-io WEARS ONE and be will tell you that his " SINCERITY SUIT " reflects quality in every detail. The materials are im ported English atid Scotch Tweeds and Indigo Serges that will not fade. The workman SUITS ship .is as perfect as an excellent staff of intelligent Australian workers can make it and the trimmings are of the highest quality and thoroughly shrunk. " SINCERITY SUITS " ARE MADE EXCLUSIVELY FOR US and the range of styles and prices are wide enough to suit every man's taste as well as his means. v To look your best, feel your best and get the utmost, value for your money, order your "SINCERITY SUIT" NOW. . Our Prices lor these Suits to Measure range Irom £5/5/-. Good...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 December 1924

WANTED, Dairy Hand with first class experience. Good wages. Apply— MON HOARE. Straithaird. E. J. Croke, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHER, T^AMILIES Waited on for Orders and Punctually Attended to. Corn Beef in Any Quantity from 3d. to 8d. per 1b E. J. CHOKE, 'Phone 9 TARALGA. C. V. DAWSON, Hairdresser and Tobac conist. KODAK SUPPLIES. FANCY GOODS STATIONERY PIPES AND CIGARS. "L. & Co." Pip'es a Speciality. iCigars from 1/- a Box to 25/- a Box. LADIES* FACE CREAM & POWDER •We specialise ill Ladies' Haireutting either the BOB or SHINGLE. Our Motto: "Civility and Cleanliness." C. y. .DAWSON, TARALGA. Mr. Lee Sholien, of 588 Crown St., Sydney. i Chinese Herbalist. Mr. SHOHEN lias had many years' ex perience in treating all classes of' diseases in males and females, both internal and external. Latest treatment for Appe dicitis. Tumors and cancerous growths removed without operation. Ohronic Rheumatism, Lung Troubles, Ulcere Bad Legs," Kidney and Bladder Complaints, Heart Ailm...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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NOTORIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 December 1924

notoriety. In the "Stock and Station Journal" "Cheers" column last week Mr. Pin lay Pollock came in for applause lor snake, kill'iug feats, and, by the way, in the par following Royalty.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOLSPIE (From Our District Correspondent). OMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 December 1924

GOLSPIE (From Our District Correspondent). OMISSION. From my report of the concert at Golspie I note the omission in the second part of a song and dance by Miss Doreen Frost and a monologue by, Mr. 1 Keating. Both items were encored; and I regret the omission.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUCCESSFUL LOCAL EXHIBITION [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 December 1924

. SUCCESSFUL LOCAL EXHIBITION This "came oft" on Saturday af ternoon, and stormy weather inter i fered considerably with the attend " • ance. A number of exhibits did not arr'ive till too late, and several of the judges were unable to keep their appointment. The entries totalled 300, and there were a number of non-competitive exhibits in all sections. The flower section was good. The pansies and roses were beautiful blooms and others showed up well. Home-made bread and butter were keenly contested.and the entries num erous. Special mention can be made of of the display of gooseberries. Prob ably nothing better has been seen in - any local district. Wool entries were not numerous, as a number of sheep owners had sent their wool to market before the show was arranged. School exhibits were creditable and numbered over 100, including some line manual work by the boys of Golspie School." The non-coinpetit'ive exhibit oC manual work by the teacher, Mr. Elphick, came in for great admira ti...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISTRICT EXHIBITS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 December 1924

DISTRICT EXHIBITS. The success of the local exhibition on Saturday has aroused interest in the matter of district exhibits at the forthcoming Taralga Show, .and it is to he hoped that the excellent sug gestion of Mr. Lee w'ill be carried out and arrangements completed for such exhibits. Major Twynam and a few residents are Keen on the work here and are making a move to se cure co-operation amongst the resi dents of the district.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sydney Fat Stock Market. ENORMOUS PRICES The Secretary, Farmers & Graziers' Co-op. Co. writes:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 December 1924

Sydney Fat Stock Market. ENORMOUS PRICES Tho Secretary, Farmers & Graziers' Co-op. Co. writes:— ■ The' number of fat sheep reaching the Sydney market of late haB been comparatively small with values at. very high- levels. 'At the auctions of the 3th we obtained for Mr. 0/ R. Ii. Williams, of Illabo, no less than £258/19/2 for a single truck of lambs, being the largest gross proceeds for one van load EVER OBTAINED- AT THE HOMEBUSH YARDS. For Beadle Bros., of Molong, we sold 127 sucker lambs to -16/7, aver aging 44/3., once aga'in topping the market. ■ The previous week we also topped tlie- market on both sale days. Our cattle connection naturally in creased when-we took over the old firm of Weaver & Perry Ltd., .md we are daily adding to our list of cat tlemen. ■ Last week we disposed of 628 head, including 7 blks for W. McDonald, Blandfordto £16/3/-. avg. £14/1/7 (top price and average of the day), ■11 blkB for H. A. Wellard, Warialda, to' £12/5/-, avg. £11/16/10. 5 ...

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Valuation Court. MULWAREE SHIRE OBJECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 December 1924

Valuation Court. MULWAREE SHI RE? OBJECTORS. Before Mr. Justice Pike, i the Syd ney Land Valuation Court, several objections were lodged by rate pay ers in the Mulwaree Shire against the Shire's valuation for 1924, and following an agreement between the Council and the representative oE the objectors concerned, a further valuation wag niado by the expert valuers. Where their valuations were in excess of those made by the SlUre and appealed against, the objections were withdrawn, and the higher val uations were accepted. , The following were the objectors who withdrew their objections and declined to accept the - .re-valuation and in respect of whom costs were asked for by the Shire Council:—■ Messrs. P. Roreliam, A. OR. Maple Brown, A. F. Carr, T. 1 : Milson, A. A. Dalglish, 72. C. McAlister, and the 'Executors of the Estate of the lute W. H. Poidevon. His Honor allowed the Shire Coun cil their costs, to be fixed'by the -Registrar. ; Mr. E. F. Thomas appeared 'for the Council, and M...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. Selections By "Spearfelt." MOORFIEL RACES TO-DAY. MAIDEN HANDICAP. First Division. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 December 1924

SPORTING. ^ Selections By "Spearfelt." MOORFIEL.D RACES TO-DAY. MAIDEN HANDICAP. First Div'isiou. Bosh .. .. .. .. .:'.. 1 Kaebiim ........ .... 2 White Silence. . . .. . . - Second Division. Citric 1 Yerrumbil 2 Bonheur Third Division. ■ Merleau .. .■■■.■. . . 1 .: Lady Mornington .-. . . .. 2 Rosemistle .. .. 3 MOORFIELD STAKES. Kilkenny Lass .. l Colons .. . •. .2 Valais Queen .'1 NURSERY HANDICAP. First Division. JJnnlla ............. 1 1 Royal Embrace .. .. •. . .v. 2 Baverlin .. ^ Second Division. St. Baton .. .. ...... 1 > Flyaway .. .. .. .. :.. .. 2 Clumsy ........ ... .. ■ THREE-YEAR-OLD MAIDEN HAN DICAP. ' Miss Tattle .. .. .. ... 1 Mcrleait . .; ..... 2 Stainless Steel ....... . . !! MOORFIELD HANDICAP. Buolira . . .. ; . . . . . . 1 Eudoreair 2 . Honey .Bee . . . . ...... .3 CARLTON MILE! Fair Rosaleen .. .. 1 Sea Risk .. .. ....... 2 Greendale .. .. •.. .. .. 3

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 13 December 1924

WHERE IS IT ? BUDGET of news matter, for warded by our Representative on Wednesday has failed to reach us, and we express regret for its non-appearance in to day's "Echo."

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