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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 March 1925
uiCSBROUGH, MORT & GO. Ltd., SVDHI y i &lt;> .. WOOL & PRODUCE BROKERS, FAT STOCK SALESMEN STOCK & STATION AGENTS LIBERAL ADVANCES HIGHEST PRICES AHD PROMPT.RETURNS ' Write for WAYBILLS. LABELS and MARKET REPORTS. « de L. CUDMORE, Manager. OHAS. HOPE, Asst. Manager. .naif E RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — -I OO 55 &lt;&lt; ICC 11 OO OO &lt;&lt; tree oo OO &lt;&lt; aa 11 oo OO &lt;&lt; etc 'RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO ARE YOU ON THE AIR LINE? Broadcasted Radio Waves are flashed through your homes each day. Receive them through ARADIOLA. It will make life a greater joy. Made by The Amalgamated Wireless (Aus tralasia) Ltd. Demonstrations Given. II. W. PINKERTON, AGENT, CROOKWELL. RADIO — RADIO — RADIO T> RADIO JUL OO 55 &lt;&lt; cccc 11 00 Ho &lt;&lt; aa 00 09 « aa 00 So « aa K RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO f> RADIO — RADIO — RADIO —...
THE HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 March 1925
THE HORSE. The Secretary of the Clydesdale Horse Society (N.SAV. Branch) .re ports thus:— HORSE MARKETS REPORT BRISK BUSINESS. Horses are new selling better than they have lor some years past. Not only at clearing sales on farms is there a keen demand, hut in the sale yards, too, there is ready competition for any good horse, whether draught, light or pony sorts. At Wellington a successful sale of about GOO head was effected, com mencing on the 10th inst. The bulk of the animals offered were light horses from Queensland, and consider ing the • fact that a large proportion were unbroken 7 and 8 year olds, whilst there was also a fair sprink ling of "pink-eye" victims, the ven dors were fortunate to find buyers for every Horse. Draughts, especially 2 and year olds, sold very well, and one who was competent to express an opinion, contended that the mar ket was £5 too dear. Good types wero scarce, and the ready competition for that class of animal should convince farmers aud others that...
Crookwell Trots. HANDICAPS FOR SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 March 1925
Crookwell Trots. HANDICAPS FOR SATURDAY. Following are the handicaps award ed tor the trotting events to be dis cussed at the Crookwell course on Saturday next: — SULKY TROT—1^ mile. Listen In scratch forest Fairy Scratch Oolowood .. Scratch Murray Flats .... .. Scratch Aerial King Scratch Chatebury .. .. . 50yds bhd Forest Patchen .. .. 50yds bhd Huon Cleve .. .. 100yds bhd LADIES' HANDICAP—1mile. Huon Cleve Scratch Archway Scratch Segoha .. ■ Scratch Kenongle 100yds bhd Forbidden Jim .. 100yds bhd Holmwood 150yds bhd FLYING HANDICAP—1 mile. White Comet Scratch Philwood .. ... 20yds bhd Facility .. .. .. .. 20yds bhd Baby Roy 25yds bhd Admiral Alpha, .. 45yds bhd Lulu Chief G5yds bhd Swansea 75yds bhd Mabelwood .. .. .. 85yds bhd Kialla 85yds bhd • Jlojowood .. .. S5yds bhd DISTRICT HANDICAP—1 mile. I Forest Fairy .. .. ;. Scratch Listen In Scratch Oolowood :. .... .. Scratch Kittaline .. Scratch Sunny Wilkes .. .. .. Scratch Lady Doris .. ... .. 40yds bhd j Halcyon 40yds bhd CROOK...
"Around the Boree Log." [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 March 1925
" Around the Boree Log^' If; The producer of "Around the Boree'; ^; Log" (Air. P. K. Walsh) iutends vis iting the St. Patrick's Day' sports, to gether with those assisting him in filming the book. He has linked up the poems in a connected story, and the picture, when done, should be one ? of the finest advertisements Austral-.'.'- 1 ian life, land, conditions—real condi- ' \ tious—and progress, lias ever re ceived. . Mr. Walsh, who is known from one end of America to another for his' work in connection with the war, and who was an officer with "The Fight ihg Irish" in France, is an Austral ian. Born here, he gave up a great future in law for the stage. He join-"' ed the Williamson-Musgrove combina tion, but, writing a-play ("Swanee River"), he took it to America to tell it, and remained there for about four teen years writing, acting and pro ducing for America's million dollar companies vin New York and -at Hollywood. Returning on a visit to Australia he was seized with the idea of ...
WOOL MARKET. SALES RESUMED. A FURTHER DECLINE. Thus the "Sydney Morning Herald" views the wool position:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 March 1925
SPOOL MARKET, f SALES RESUMED. FURTHER DECLINE. • Thus the "Sydney Morning Herald" ♦views the wool position:— Results at the firBt auction of an Australian wool season liave never been watched with keener attention than experienced at the Sydney wool £ales on Monday. In view of the contrast in selling conditions during January and Feb ruary, compared with those existing prior to Christmas, that fact is not surprising. Only on two previous occasions has such a rapid decline in rates been 6een before. - In the 2920-21 fine wool boom in Australia, values for fine wools dropped 33 per cent, and other classes were practic ally unsaleable. Between November, 1899. and September, 1900, prices gen erally fell 45 per cent. The height which averege rates reached this season certainly supplied the staging ground for a decline of as great, 5f not greater, magnitude. It is doubt ful. however, if one person in the world anticipated a fall to the ex tent of that which has already oc curred. The pos...
WHY GRIMMETT TRIUMPHED. EVERY BALL IS A PROBLEM. A TYPICAL OVER. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 March 1925
WHY GKIMMETT ; 5 TRIUMPHED. i EVERY BALL IS A PROBLEM. A TYPICAL OVER. (By J. G. Bridges in tlic "Guardian.") - What is the main reason for Grim mett's wonderful success with'-the ball in the fifth Test match? I put the question to a member of tiie Australian XI., and asked him to describe a typical Grimmett over which the English batsmen; cracks and all, found so difficult to manage. WONDERFUL LENGTH. "Grimmett," he sakl, "sends down a different ball every time. First he has the high tliglity ball which turns a lot. Then the low trajectory ball that also turns a. lot. Next one comes straight through, low; and then comes one straight through of high_ trajec tory. ' . "In'addition, he varies tho pace of all those different deliveries very cleverly; and on top of all this he has the bosey—a most difficult ball to manage. "But the fundamental point of his success is the wonderful length he keeps all the time. Practically every ball is different in the one over, and the batsman getting ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 March 1925
TARALGA. Stock Sale MONDAY NEXT, MARCH 16. CHAS S. BKADBUKY ^ILL Sell by Auction at MUDIE'S YARDS, at 1.30 p.m.:— 1000 MIXED SHEEP. 150 HEAD MIXED CATTLE.' MERINO RAMS. ~ W.H._ WHEATLEY, CROOKWELL XTAS for' Private Sale, a/c CHAS. UPHILL & SONS, Deniliquin: 30 MERINO, IjtAMS, rising 2 years, pure Wanganella blood. ROMNEY RAMS. W. H. WHEATLEY, Crookwell, has * for Private Sale, a/c S. LAVER, Esq.: 40 PURE ROMNEY RAMS, 1 year. Some of these will be exhibited at Crookwell Show. FOR SPORTING PAPERS— Referee, Arrow, also Sunday Times — the World's Greatest Magazine, a volume of reading inatter'at a nominal cost. C0MI5TQ. BROS., Telephone 26. TARALGA. ■Sale'.:' 'THE Sale of MR. W. C. LYONS' •Property has been POSTPONED UNTIL MONDAY, MAR. 30. Particulars later issue. ' ; W. H. WHEATLEY CROOKWELL. When-Visiting Goulburn Don't Forget to Drop in at the . . . . . . . . . BON TON SUNDAE SHOP (broso° ' 266, Auburn Street, GOULBURN. (Two Doors from Chas .Waughs'). Afternoon Teas, Fountain...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 March 1925
rtVOUNGE/y,, The Famous Younger Cooking Stoves No. 1 W, 24 s 24, £7/5/ No. 2 W, 27 x 24, £7/15/ No. 3W, 30 x 24, £8/5/ No. 4 W, 33.x 27, £10/10/ No. 5 W, 36 x27, £11/5/ Prices F.O.R. Sydney The above Price's aie fov Stove with Extended Fire Box, made specially for country use, to burn long lengths of wood fuel. WE CAN ALSO SUPPLY METTERS, BEACONLIGHT, DOVER AND REGINA STOVES AT MANUFACTURERS!PRICE. . SO WHEN YOU REQUIRE A NEW STOVE OF ANY'' DESCRIPTION SEE US'. Goodhew Bros., (The Value and Service Store) GENERAL IMPORTERS, ( Phone 5) TARALGA.
WOOL REPORT Pitt, Son & Badgery, Ltd., report under date 6th March:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 March 1925
WOOL REPORT Pitt, Son & Badgery, Ltd., report under date 6th March:— This week has been barren as far as wool selling is concerned, the trade being at a standstill in keeping with the steps taken to help a recovery in the strength of the market. On Mon day next sales will re-opeu and from indications current it is likely that a fairly general inquiry will be met with, though any material Yorkshire demand does not seem probable. Whether there will be any recovery in the basis of values remains to be seen." The Adelaide market will test the position to-day, when 20,000 bales will be listed, and Sydney will be the next market to hold auctions on Monday next. The catalogues in this centre generally will include at tractive wools, some super' lines be ing listed. Our catalogue will total 4655 bales Pitt, Son & Badgery, Ltd., report under date 9th. March:— Throughout the past fortnight, dur ing which business in wool selling has been at a standstill, speculation has been r...
TARALGA SHOW. AN AUSPICIOUS OPENING. In Fine Weather. Splendid Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 March 1925
TARALGA SHOW. AUSPICIOUS OPENING. In l ine Weather. Splendid Exhibition Fine weather greeted the Committee of the Taralga A., P., and H. Association for the opening day (Thursday). The various sections we're splendidly represented, particularly . was this noticeable in the cattle and horse divisions. The paviljon fully represented'the possibilities of - the .district.J There were two entries for the district exhibit—Golspie and Rich- : lands—the coveted "Echo" ' 500 prize. • , The officials had a very busy time, but everything was well ar ranged and worked with clock-like precision. The usual number, of sideshows were on the ground. At time of writing (Thui'sday) it looks as if, given fine weather right through, a record will be established. Following are the awards for the flrst day's judging:— BLOOD AND TROTTING HORSES. (Stewards: Messrs. A. 13. Pearce, S. W. Craig, D. McRae, and V. Challcer). Blood stallion, 2 years and over, J. \V. Butt; blood mare, with or without foal, G. it. ...
Grabben Gullen Trots. HANDICAP TO SWANSEA. OLD HOLMWOOD TAKES THE UNHOPPLED. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 March 1925
Grabben Gullen Trots. . HANDICAP TO SWANSEA. , OLD HOLMWOOD TAKES THE UNHOPPLED. Ideal weather favoured the Grab ben Gullen Trotting Club for its meet ing on the local course last Saturday. The fields were gobd and some good racing was witnessed. The general arrangeinents left no room for com plaint. Results: — DISTRICT HANDICAP—9 furlongs. H. McGuinness's LADY • DORIS; scr. 1 N. Price's Manilla, 10yds bhd .. 2 N. Churchill's Kittaline, scr. .. 3 FLYING HANDICAP—9 furlongs. A. E. Gorman's FACILITY, scr . 1 P. Hewitt's Capella, 40yds bhd .. 2 LADIES' HANDICAP—9 furlongs. W. H. Kennedy's KENONGLE, 90 yds bhd 1 V. Christie's Archway, scr ...... 2 GRABBEN GULLEN HANDICAP—11 furlongs. C. Hewitt's SWANSEA. 150yds bhd .. 1 J., Malioney's 'Admiral Alpha, 110 yds bhd .. 2 P. Campbell's Baby Roy, 80yds bhd 3 ^NOVICE HANDICAP—9 furlongs. V. Christie's ARCHWAY, scr .. 1 N. Price's Manilla, 10yds bhd .. 2 A. P. Mayo's Halcyon, 40yds bhd ' 3 UNHOPPLED HANDICAP—2 miles. L. Hewitt's HOL'MWOOD, ISOy...
Cattle Market. SOME GREAT SALES. The Secretary of the Farmers and Graziers' Co-op. Co., Ltd., writes:— [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 March 1925
Cattle Market. SOME GREAT SALES. The Secretary of the Farmers and Graziers' Co-op. Co., Ltd., writes Last week we sold at Homebush i)S9 fat cattle from 53 owners, being easily the largest business handled by an individual agent during the per iod. Onco again we topped the mar ket in many sections, viz.:— Bullocks.—16 head a/c E. G. Harvey, rail Wellington, to £13 2/,-av'g. £12 9/3. ■ , Stoers.-—(iO head a/c Ken Wilson, The Brigulows, Bai-raha, to £13 10/, avg. £11 17/7. ' Stags.—9 head a/c'D. G. Cupel, The Oaks, rail Barraba, at £12 3/. . Vealers.—b' head a/e W. Reynolds, rail Ravensworth, at £6 14/. Highest price of the day—£15 G/ for one bullock included in consign ment a/c Hon. W. E. Weame, M.L.A., by rail from Barraba. The general op inion of those best advised is that the cattle market exhibits a much lie'aV thier tone. We topped the market on the 5tli iust.,. with a consignment of 94- X lambs a/c .T. A. Grundy, Amaroo, which luade to -U/T.-Jivg. oS'/S. We also sold a/c H.' IS....
GOLSPIE (From our correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 March 1925
GOLSPIE (From our^, correspondent.) .• The past week has been uneventful. ' .;We bad a break in the dry spell, and 60 points of rain were registered, bat the good effect was spoilt by the high, f cold winds. Another fall would be beneficial during the present month. Kempton has arranged for a five hundred • badge championship and the first contest was held in the form of -a tournament on Tuesday evening, the wihiiers being Miss Ethel Croker and'Miss Ettie Boys, who triumphed over the gentlemen players' present. The local race club proposes to hold a"zneeting in April and the com • mittee is making the necessary ar rangements to ensure a good ' day's . sport. ,-The,. clips of Mr. Thomas Croker :o£ Kempton, was'offered in Sydney . on Tuesday and realised to 29}d, a ' good result on the present market.
WOMAN'S SLAVERY TO DAME FASHION. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 March 1925
WOMAN'S SLAVERY TO DAME FASHION. A corre^ouuenc 10 liie bydricj "E.e'^iUb inovis - «as vue ioiio.>itib w say about Jiubt.anua wuuit'ii a a„u mission to tne (hctnted 01 I'aris anu her laanions:—_ , " \Vhy uon t Australian women buci>. up and show more spirit and indepen dence in the matter of Ureas.' why don't they think for themselves anu insist on having tne fashions invent ed and the dressed made up here at home instead of slavishiing accept ing the decrees of foreigners on the other" side of the globe,? •It isn't as if the imported modes were any good; they are more, ao surd than otherwise. They certainly dont set off our beautiful girls at their best. • What could detract more from, a girl's natural grace and comeliness than ■ bobbed hail- and a hat like a pot? What.clothes'a woman shall wear is as much her own affair as how a man shall live or run his own busi ness. Consider what a fuss men make when they are not suited. I should imagine women have as much interest in dre...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 March 1925
Up-to-date Designs Manufactured from Best Selected Timbers ROGERS' QUALITY linked with ROGERS' REASONABLE PRICES Will c|lve you the Greatest Return for your money. FURNITURE DEPARTMENT. We have a-, large and varied selection of the following goods, and your enquiries will have our immediate attention:— THREE - PIECE UPHOLSTERED SUITES. UPHOLSTERED EASY CHAIRS. SIDEBOARDS WAGGONS. AND DINNER DINING TABLES BEDROOM SUITES. WARDROBES AND DRESSING CHESTS. WOOD AND METAL BEDSTEADS KAPOK BEDDING: ' WIRE MATTRESSES. KITCHEN DRESSERS AND SAFES. TABLES AND CHAIRS. GONDOLAS'AND GO-CARTS. SPLIT CANE LOUNGES AND CHAIRS. SEAGRASS FURNITURE. " TOILET SETS AND ODD PIECES COUCHES "AND COTS. HALL STANDS. PALM STANDS. OCCASIONAL TABLES. TRAYMOBILES. PIANO STOOLS. WRITING TABLES BUREAUX. AND POLES AND FIT FIRE SCREENS. WIRE DOOR MATS. VENETIAN BLINDS. VERANDAH BLINDS. We invite enquiries and will be pleased to have you looK over our Extensive Stocks UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS FOR
(Published by Arrangement.) POISON BY AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 March 1925
(Published by Arrangement.) POISON BY AGENTS. • A well-considered article in the Lon don '.'Medical Press" has thiB, to say about Prohibition:— "One has only to visit countries which are officially "dp'" to realise how ineffective 'prohibition' really is In bringing about its avowed ob : ject. A little further research will show that in those countries where,' previous to prohibition, only occasion al cases of drunkenness required treatment, since the withdrawal of liquor many'cases of acute poisoning by unknown agents occur, a large number terminating fatally. What the death-rate in the U.S.A. directly at tributable to so-called 'liquor' really is. would be difficult to estimate. . "Finally, It is stated that in Amer ica, since Prohibition, the • ranks of drug-takers have been greatly in creased. "Alcohol," contipues the 'Medical Press,' "in moderation and proporly applied is one of the most acute and valuable drags in the Pharmacopoe ia.". ' I
WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 March 1925
WIT AND HUMOR. ■ "Mother, is it-true that an apple a day keeps the^doctor away?" •. "Yes. .Jimm'ie. Why?" &lt; * • '"Cause if it is, I kept about ten .doctors away this morning—but I fink; one'H have to come soon." The yojing man: "Is this the first tfln'e you've -been in lqve, darling?" The young woman (thoughtlessly): "Yes; but it's so nice, that I hope it won't-be the-last." Pauline: "Y.o.u married me just be cause I had money." , " -'.Paul:- "No; I, married you because I didn't have any." Sweet Young Thing (coming in with attentive partner from room where a hard bridge match has been in progress): "Oh, mother, I've just captured the booby!" Mother: "Well, well! Come here .and kiss me, both of you." "We want a man for our informa tion bureau," said the manager, "but he muBt be one who can answer all sorts of; questions and not lose his head." "That's me!" replied the applicant. "I'm the father of ten children." Mrs. Snappy: "I made the dentist extract that' tooth to-day.'...
TARALGA ECHO. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 14 March 1925
tarauga echo. The proprietors reserve to them selves the right of omitting advertise- ■ ments received and paid for in the usual, course of business'if they ap pear to be objectionable. While every care is taken, no responsibility is in curred for the non-insertion of adver tisements through accident or other wise. All advertisements charged to ac count must have the number of inser tions clearly marked on the face, also space required, otherwise they will be displayed at our own discretion and treated as "till countermanded" orders and charged accordingly. •Advertising Rates:—Casual 3/ per inch single column; "contracts by ar rangement for a period of not les§ than one quarter (13 insertions). Subscribers and advertisers in the country may remit payment by cheques, postal notes, or money orders. Remittance should accompany orders, except in cases where persons are per-, sonally known to us. ■&lt; Advertisements will be received through the telephone only in, urgent cases, a...