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CANCER TRACED TO WORRY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 February 1925

CANCER TRACED TO WORRY. That cancer of the esophagus is frequently brought on by worry is the claim of Dr. D. Guisez, eminent French specialist on cancer, who has made a study of this form of the disease for many years. In an ad dress before the Royal Society of Medicine, in London, Dr. Guisez stated that in more than half the cases examined by himself and . his col leagues, psyliic causes could be as signed. Anions these he mentioned the death of a near relative, loss of money, and . loss of position. "Many war veterans had developed the disease following the severe mental strains of active service. Dr. Guisez explains that the eso phagus readily develops a spasmodic contraction from emotional causes. In this state it prevents the passage of food, which lodges in it and set us irritation; and cancerous degeneration follows. The early stages of this form of cancer are rarely seen by physicians, because there is little' pain or discomfort until it reaches an ad vanced stage. ' "Who w...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSSIE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 February 1925

AUSSIE. A running steam, keeps the water fresh. ■ A man who stands still grows fat," and a Chinaman bleaches iu .the shade. '" These expressions may net point a moral—let's hope they do not—but they help along a thought that" has occurred to the editor of the Aussie. The February issue of Aussie is six teen pages larger that usual. That means progress—a movemnt in the stream that flows forward and keeps itself crystal-clear and fresh. Aussie lias found a new path—or, rather, made a new path for itself— "in Australasian journalism. It has avoided the alluring pink Wane mange (if one may be excused for a contra diction of colour); it has steered clear of the vanilla jelly that besets ..nearly all new publications, and has refused jto become set. Character never sets; yputh and cheerfulness neveT set; vision and aspirations never set; these virtues develop—they never stop still or seek the ^liade. Aussie does not fall together issue after 'issue with every cog taking up its old'groove,...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 February 1925

PERSONAL. Mr. K. J. Whipp, Crosses Station, Bannabv, motored through to Picton and spent a very pleasant week witli his daughter, Mrs. Jeffer.v, returning on Thursday. * * » Mrs. Prank Fitzgibjjon, who is still a patient in the Pines Private Hos pital, Goulburn, is making satisfactory progress. ♦ » # Constable Keating is on three week's annual leave. He and Mrs. Keating are spending the holidays in Grenfell and Sydney. Mr. George Ward, of the Argyle Hotel, who during the past week lias been seriously ill, is progressing satisfactorily. * « * Miss Alice phalker, daughter of Mr. James ClialfteK Ts* receiving medical attentirjn"in St. ,<ohn of God's Hospital for^jhflammation ^of the bowels and gjlier complications. The latest re !ports show a slight improvement. Miss Lila Wliipp and Air. Gurney Halls of Bannaby recently spent a pleasant holiday with Mr. and Mrs. H. Sillas, of Golspie. Mr. Halls reports good fishing on the Abercrombie River. He says the trout were biting well...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A LEMON FOR BEAUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 February 1925

LEMON FOR BEAUTY. Pretty hands are not only a deligh£ to the owner, but are an attr.j&iori that no woman can afford to/forget. In many homes a halved lemon is al ways kept handy in a sauccr on the sink. Beneath the soothing action of the lemon stains vanish, roughness disappears. redness • fades , away. Lemon and glycerine make an excel lent lotion for hands if applied before going to bed. Loinon juice is anatiiral cosmetic, a remarkable benefit to the skin. The linest of manicure acids is made by putting a teaspoonful of lemon juice in one-third cup of warm water. Apply with a tiny bit of absorbent cotton wrapped around the end of a tooth pick or an orange stick. This has not the harmful effect of the strong acids often' used for removing cuticle.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
C. J. DE GARIS RETURN BY MARAMA. POLICE SECRECY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 February 1925

C. J. DE GARIS RETURN BY MARAMA. POLICE SECRECY. Mr. C. J. (le Garis, in custody, re turned to- Sydney by the Marama oil Monday. Special precautions were taken by the police to prevent any untoward incident, and even greater precau tions to'avoid publicity. When, short ly after 4 p.m., (the Marama drew alongside the Margaret-street Wharf, a strong cordon of water police, took up station at the foot of the forward gangway. For a time no member of the public was allowed to leave or board the ship, only Inspector Mankey, head of the C.I.D., and a number of plainclothesinen being able to go on board. . ' . ' v. When eventually the passengers lmd been permitted to .disembark, a rumour became curreut that de Garis had been taken off the vessel on its way up. the harbour. Mr. Mankey, stated, however, that de Garis was still on board, but tliat, . to avoid Press publicity he was prepared to wait, if necessary, until 8 o'clock be fore taking the prisoner ashore. "You will have to try a flash...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Taralga Echo. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1925. LOCAL and GENERAL. ANNUAL FETE AND SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 February 1925

®{ff iltntlja fejjo. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1925. LOCAL and GENERAL. . i ANNUAL FETE AND SPORTS. On Saturday, 21st inst., St. Luke's ) Church (if England, Taralga, will hold ' In tlie showground the annual fete j and sports. A good programme of j sporting events, including a tug o'war i and Hag racing on horseback and on motor cycles, will be presented. ! Luncheon at 2.30, and afternoon tea j will be provided. Ladies are asked to provide. ■' J Taralga Band will be in attendance during the afternoon. The Hon. Secretary and Treasurer' will be pleased to receive donations of refreshments, etc. / •

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Tennis Personality. GERALD PATTERSON. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 February 1925

A Tennis Personality. GERALD PATTERSON. "Australia breeds personalities. The greatest of all tennis personalities was an Australian, Norman E. Brookes. It is within the past Ave _ years that another Australian has risen to fame, one who. in his way is as distinct a personality ae Norman Brookes. Gerald L. Patterson; wold's champion in 1920 and 1022, Davis Cup star and sportsman par excellence. I am a great admirer of Gerald Patter son, tennis player, and man. 1 cannot say that I- consider his game truly great. It is in spite of his tenuis technical equipment, not because o£ it that Patterson is one of the finest match players I have ever known. His game has two great assets—service and overhead. Outside of these two superlative strokes it is little, if any, above that of the average first flight, man. "Yet Patterson is one of the great ' est players of the world. Why is it? Because he has courage, determina tion, nerve, and personality in abund ance. Big, powerful, splendidly built,...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOLSPIE (From Our Correspondent). THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 February 1925

GOLSPIE (From Our Correspondent). THE WEATHER. ' -The change at the week-end result odv.jn a' rainfall of 10? points, and tho iweather being favourable the grass is. growing rapidly,, and the district has the appearance of spring. FIVE HUNDRED. The district championship is still being contested locally with Messrs. G. Croker and M.'J. Toole still in pos session; their latest victims being the Cartwright Brothers. There are four more challenges' in hand. Arthur Marmont ahd Fred Boys are booked for a game at an early date, and much interest is shown in the approaching contest, as Fred is regarded as a "dark horse," not having previously performed in public, but is reported to have done some • excellent private trials. MOTORCARS. The number of local cars is increas ing weekly. Will- Marmont recently took possession of a Dodge and Char lie Chalker landed a new Overland at Leighwood during the week-end. M. J. Toole is about to land a car in a week or so. tTRICT FLOCKS. lers are somewhat ...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Extraordinary Statement ABOUT MR. DE GARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 February 1925

Extraordinary Statement ABOUT MR. OE GARIS. ml 'rue reasons for'Mr. C.-J. do GarisV sensational flight weiie graphically:! tokl by Mr. J. Woolfto the investors in Melbourne Subdivisions. This'; 13' his statement:— ' "Mr. lie Claris bought £700,000'; worth of l;md,. and raised: £150,000; in the form of loans tYonr so-called-'' investors: promising ,a*h.uge bonus 111 addition to the; normal profit. Owing to the illness of his wife, his ordinary activity, both mental and . pnvsical, was partially paralysed, and a panic broke out among the investors that he was in financial difficulties. "Some time before Mr. de Garis disappeared. 1 sent a circular ..letter, to all investors pointing out- the ne cessity of raising an immediate sum of money, and asking them to safe guard their own interests by invest ing in shares forthe carrying out of a scheme of reconstruction. Two is sues of preference and ordinary shares were notified to produce £55.000 for the carrying on of the operations of the c...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fishing Party Returns. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 February 1925

I Fishing Party Returns. Messrs. Cecil Mooney, Qeorge Goodhew, Jack Swan, Eddie ' Croke. Tom Burge and Rupert Swanre turned from their fishing excursion ou-.'Mon day evening last, and report having had a most enjoyable trip. Leaving: Taralga after breakfast on the Wed nesday, the 4th inst., they .reached Cliodowler, a fishing spot on-, the Mumumbidges River, about eight miles below Burrunjuck, the same afternoon, after a delightful run - in: their cars over good roads via«Yass: and Bookham. After arranging camp, the line a and: rods were brought into'use ;i.'.:d -ATith., in a short time sufficient fish.- wert ■ caught for ne?t day'js meals.-y Altoc gether the 'party caught over 100 edible fish, cod and bream, the largest, being a cod, ten pounds weight 'Iho light weight angler of the. party Jiad the satisfaction (momentarily) of sec "ing his line being furiously tugged al most away from its mooring. With a look in liis face akin to happiness he proceeded to "haul in" with his custom...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 February 1925

TAEALGA Wild West Pictures TO-NIGHT SATURDAY, 14th FEBRUARY. HAROLD LLOYD HAROLD LLOYD HAROLD LLOYD "SAFETY LAST!" "SAFETY LAST!" HIS GREATEST PRODUCTION. THE GREATEST THRILLER EVER : SCREENED. FOR 8PORTING PAPERS— Referee, Arrow, )also Sunday Times 1— the 1 World's Greatest Magazine, a volume o£ reading matter at a nominal cost. COMIKO BROS., Telephone 26. TARALGA,

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Wool Report. Goldsbrough, Morts and Co., Ltd., report under date 10th February.— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 February 1925

Wool Report. Goldsbrough, Morts and Co., Ltd., report under date 10th February.— Our catalogue for to-day's Bale con tained 3722 bales, and included a num ber o£ attractive cIIpb in the merino section, and a fair display of cross breds. Since our sale of 21st January im portant catalogues have been sub mitted in other centres, and a marked decline in values has been experienc ed, varying from 5 to 15 per cent. In the face of heavy withdrawals It is still doubtful if the downward trend in values has been arrested. At the sales yesterday, and again at our sale to-day, while operations were conducted with moderate freedom in wools suitable for Japan, France, Ger many and America, other sections were very reserved and showed little disposition to operate. Values in consequence were very irregular, and, as compared with our sale of 21st January, showed the fol lowing decline:—Super merino of lino quality, par to 2i per cent.; super merino of strong quality, 5 to 10 per cent.; medium to g...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
What a Woman Knows. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 February 1925

What a Woman Knows. The wise woman knows that home is more than half what you make it, and that to build a happy home is a success indeed. That it takes two to prolong a family quarrel; one can therefore ter minate it. That filling the home with bargains keeps a couple from owning the house in which they plaoc them. That if we thought all we said we'd be wise, but if we Bald all we thought we'd be foolish. That some people sneer at love in a cottage, but love which couldn't abi^iin one is not love at all. itd proud people seldom have friends. In prosperity they know no body; in adversity nobody knows them. That "it is less pain to learn in youth than to be ignorant in old age." That if she cannot throw brightness over her home it is best not to throw a wet blanket over it. That Bhe will profit by studying the ways of those she knows to be wise.

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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POULTRY NOTES WHERE THEY COME FROM. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 February 1925

POULTRY NOTES WHERE THEY COME FROM. Most self-respecting poultry in on are just as particular about the pedi gree of the birds they keep as a dog fancier or horse owner is to see that his stock is bred right. Whilst wo do not intend to enter into the merits of the various strains that have made history in the local poultry world by their productiveness—and, inciden tally, the grist they have brought to the mill of their originators—-perhaps some notes regarding the genesis of the better-known breeds will be read with interest by those who like a peep into the past. Because, just as all the score or more of varieties of pigeons came from the original rock pigeon, and all the beautiful roses were evolv ed from the wild briar, so all the show irirds and the domestic hens have come from a common parent, sometimes referred to as the jungle game. And, in looking at some, of the barn door flocks of those who "keep fowls," and more especially in con sidering their penchant for escaping cust...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
S. O. s. ADVENTISTS DISAPPOINTED. WORLD FAILS TO END. LOS ANGELES, February 7. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 February 1925

S. 0. s. ADVENTISTS DISAPPOINTED. WORLD FAILS TO END. LOS ANGELES, February 7. Sixty disgusted and disgruntled Ad ventists have started a suit in the courts against Mrs. Margaret Rowan because the world failed to come to an end to day. Apart from drizzling rain 110 heaven ly manifestations occurred to_ encour age tlie enthusiastic little groups ■which gathered in various California!! cities in preparation for the ressur rection, and all were reluctantly com pelled to believe that Mrs. Rowan was "spofing" when recently she went into a trance and prophesied that the world was coming to an end. As the result of this vision many groups of Adventists in California sold all their' earthly possessions to make ready for the earth's dissolution, the first signs of which should have appeared today. Dozens of augry Rowariites are now seeking vengeance in the courts. All kinds of curious complications have occurred. Dr. Frederick Balzer (leader of the Pasadena Rowanites) is being sued by his fo...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GARDEN NOTES SWEET PEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 February 1925

GARDEN NOTES SWEET PEAS. Don't forget that February is tUc time for sowing the seed o£ this friend that makes our gardens a riot of glorious colour, when almost all •lse is a sombre grey. And according to the amount of care you bestow upon the foundation so will the sub sequent ."structure" be a- thing of beauty of just so-so. It is not much use putting sweet peas into any old sort of ground and expecting a dis play of bloom when the time comes, unless you intend to give them con siderable attention right from the jump it is better to leave them off the list, otherwise you may be in danger of breaking the tenth commandment when you see some decent blooms in the gardens of others. The' first essential is thoroughly drained, deeply trenched, well-worked soil with any amount of manure mixed into it. Horse and cow dung, bone dust, and superphosphate are all good. 1 Sweet peas may be grown on stakes, but a fence which "collects" the sunshine and keeps off the wind iB better. Give the ski...

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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V.A.T.C. OAKLEIGH PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 February 1925

V.A.T.C. OAKLEIGH- PLATE. Father's Voice .. -.1 : Quintex .... .. .. • 2 . Quixotic .. V. .. .. 3

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RACING. Selections By "Spearfelt." ROSEHILL RACES.—TO.DAY. HURDLE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 February 1925

RACING. Selections By "Spearfelt." ROSEHILL RACE8.—TO.DAY. HURDLE. Frank H 1 Royal Howard 2 Larillo 3 DUND'S HANDICAP. Coleus .. .... .... 1 Lovesign .. ...... 2 Royal Merv .. ...... 3 NURSERY HANDICAP. Speech .. ........ 1 Boverlin 2 Valdora 3 . ROSEH1LL HANDICAP. Glen Song 1 Cliffdale .. .. .. .. 2 The Wild Goose .... 3 " GRANVILLE STAKES. Deainond Plume .... 1 Humming Bird .. .. 2 Cool Chap .. ... .. .. 3 FLYING WELTER. First Division. ; - Shady Laud .. .. 1 True Wish 2 liOmbstlck .... .. 3 ' Second Division. Burneak, .. .. .. .. 1 Mountain Chief .. . . 2 Pardex .. ...... .. 3 ,

Publication Title: Taralga Echo
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 February 1925

MDSBROUGH, MDRT °& CO. Ltd., SYDNEY. " WOOL & PRODUCE BROKERS, FAT STOCK. SALESMEN STOCK & STATION ACENTS LIBERAL ADVANCES .\ HIGHEST PRICES .v AND PROMPT RETURNS Wrif fT WAVBILL8. LABELS and MARKET RBPORT8. K- de L. OUDMORE, M»n«c«r. OHA8. HOPE, Asst. Manager. c SYDNEY WOBLD-WIDE WOOL CENTRE, rPHE AUSTRALIAN WOOL CLIP is now so well established among the Nations of the World as to. make an INTERNATIONAL PRO DUCT from which our wealth is drawn. To obtain this result is to choose the Salesmen with Modern and.: Commodious WOOL STORES with splendid LIGHTING FACILITIES and an Expert Staff, bo that BUYERS from all parts of the World can huy the Wool under Ideal Conditions. PITT, SON & BADGERY LTD. will assure you of all these AD VANTAGES—therefore communicate with FIT!, SON 1 EAISEET, LTD. WOOL, PRODUCE, SHEEP. CATTLE &TIG. SALESMEN, SYDNEY. S. A. TIMBER MERCHANTS & , BUILDERS' SUPPLIERS, ; *■ -JV; , - ' Verner .Street - - - GOULBURSf. Tele...

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TANNING (The "LIGHTNING METHOD.") [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 February 1925

TANNING (The "LIGHTNING METHOD."). Carefully remove all fragments of flest and fat, and dry the skin on a flat board. Scrub the inside with hot water and soft soap,' using a hard brush. Crush and mix .together 2 oz. of salts of tartar and 1 oz. of am monia, and sprinkle on the skin while scrubbing—this will get rid of the grouse. Their rub well with sawdust, and in a few hours the skin will be ready for tanning. Mix together: 1 lb fine oatmeal, 8 oz. corrosive sublimate, -1 oz salt petre; pour one gallon of vinegar over it, and stir briskly. Let the solution get quite cold, then immerse the skin and allow it to soak for at least two days. Remove the skin, and strain tightly over a stretcher until quite dry. During the drying comb or smooth the wool or hair.' The skin will be ready for use in a week. "I'll show tliem," said the lien, kick ing the porcelain egg out of the nest, "tliey can't make a brick-layer of me."

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