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CROOKWELL SHOW, 1925. All Records Broken A SPLENDID EXHIBITION. Fertility of the Soil Demonstrated by High Character of Exhibits. VISITORS THROW BOUQUETS. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 28 March 1925
CROOKWELL SHOW, 1925. All Records Broken A SPLENDID EXHIBITION. Fertility of the Soil Demonstrated by High Character of Exhibits. VISITORS THROW BOUQUETS. Tlio muovatiun 01 a three days Show lor t/iooivneii waiTuiiteu me trial,and uituuuaa some inemuers ut tlie committee v*ere uirmu it woaiu prove a laiiure,. uaiiyuy it was me . reverse. ' -Fine weather throughout smileil oa the-management, and the Show o£ 1925 is registered as a record. Ali\ S. A. Culien, the1 President, carried out the role with graceful distinction. He made an ideal, host ami earned the thanits of visitors for his cour tesy and attention. The President of a Show carries, no light burden. He is the chief ex ecutive oflicer and must be ready at - a moment's notice to dispose of the hundred and one matters that are re . ferred to him. It calls for intelli gence and discretion, combined with ripe experience if things are to work smoothly. Mr. Culien was equal to the occasion. The Society is indeed fortunate in their ...
TARALGA ECHO. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 28 March 1925
TARALGA 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 tor a period of not less 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. Advertisements will be received through the telephone only in urgent cases, and the proprietors do n...
BAKRALLIER. (From Our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 28 March 1925
BAKRALLIER. (From Our Correspondent). The weatlier has been very dry dur ing the lust lew weeks, and grass is drying off. Good soaking ja.n is needed to ensure teed for the winter. . Sbme local wool clips, which were auctioned iu Sydney recently, realis ed 22 Jd. Several parties of fishermen, who have been trying their luck with the perch, report fairly good results, but visitors to the Wol.ondilly can not boast of the fine hauls of mullet &nd perch, such as were caught some few years. back, for heavy floods having practically filled some of the host holes made the fish an easy prey to black shags and cormorants, especi ally during the recent droughts.when water was scarce. Dynamite, too, was the cause of many fish being de stroyed. I The contractors are making good vromreeg with 1he Barrallier telephone V'ne and • ali-endy have it completed for 13 miles. The Department is con templating taking a short cut with the line from Bullio Homestead via Phe asant Gnllv and over the ...
The [?] SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1925. LOCAL and GENERAL. RICHLANDS RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 28 March 1925
%\t Sfaralp frfjcr. •SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1925. LOCAL and GENEEAL. RICHLAN0S RACES. All advertisement appears elsewhere in this issue announcing a day's rac-' ing at Richlands, under the auspices or the Richlands Race Club. The fix- i ture is the fourth. annual meeting which .was postponed from New Year's •: Day owing to harvesting and shear ing operations. J The programme, which includes the ; Richlands Cup, valued at £6 6/, with £16 additional money, should attract a lot of competition from various parts of the districts of Crookwell and Gunning. Already a number of well-known horse owners! promise their patronage. I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 28 March 1925
Comwell's. Malt Extract added to baby's bottle, helps to digest cows' milk and starchy foods and , keeps the bowels acting regularly. Babies and older child ren, who have not been thriving, often sh&w a marked improvement when Cornwell's Malt Extract is added to the diet. Buy a tin from your chemist, or grocer to day. r LOST. "DLACK and Taa Sheep Dog, at Tar alga. Answers: to the , name o£ | Nippon. 10/- Reward. • ROY GORDON. LOST. fXN. St. Patrick's Day at Taralga, ^ Rubber Coat (reversable) . with the belt attached. Piniler please return to F. SULLI VAN, Taralga. Races! Races!! R I C H A N D S R A C E CLUB. FOURTH ANNUAL- MEETING. EASTER SATURDAY. APRIL 11th. OAX • PRIZE MONEY, including Richlands Cup (£16) . and Cup value £6 6/-. Don't miss this big meeting. Plenty of horses and plenty of sport. JIM CUSACK. Hon. Secretary, Richlands, Taralga. FOR SALE JgPRING CART, carry 15cwt., excell ent order; also Cart Saddle and Breeching. .£13 10/ the lot. Mitch ell Plough, 2-furrow...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 28 March 1925
FOtt THE— Best Fruit in Season ALSO Vegetables TRY f'0AfT\0 BEOS,, . Telephone 2P. TAR ALGA. BOLDSBROUGH, MOHT'l CO. Ltd., SHE?. WOOL & PRODUCE BROKERS, FAT STOCK SALESMEN STOCK &' STATION AGENTS LIBERAL ADVANCES HIGHEST PRICES AND PROMPT RETURNS Writ* ftr WAYBILLS, LABELS and MARKET REPORTS. K- de L OUDMORE, Manager. OHAS. HOPE, Asst. Manager "ORADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO JJXrADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RADIO — RAO-O oo DO &lt;&lt; ate oo 5q &lt;&lt; octe II oo DQ &lt;&lt; cccc ARE YOU ON THE AIR ONE? .Broadcasted Radio .Waves are flashed through your homes each day. • Receive them through A RADIOLA. It will make life a greater joy. Made by The Amalgamated Wireless (Aus tralasia) Ltd. Demonstrations Given. EL' W. FINKE11TON, AGENT, C ROOK WELL. oo 5a &lt;&lt; CC EC OO 5 o &lt;&lt; oca: I I 00 09 &lt;&lt; cctc mm WOiiLD-WIDE WOuL CENTRE. rFHE AUSTRALIA...
EXTREMES IN DRESS. NEW STYLES. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 28 March 1925
EXTREMES IN DRESS. NEW STYLES. Dressing tends to run to extremes of neatness and extravagance.. While there are many modest dinner dresses with shallow necks and small sleeves, and foulard, and practical tailor-made three-piece dresses of kasha, satin, costumes, . there are als o dinner dresses with no backs and skirts which are only uneven floating draperies, while afternoon dresses are sometimes difficult to distinguish from those worn in the eve.iing. A fashion in tailor-mades is to have a skirt of one color and a coat of an other. A dark blue coat, short to the hips and close-fitting below the waist, is worn over a plain putty-colored skirt. A dark grey riding coat is put over a grey skirt and under the coat is worn a grey suede waistcoat fast ened with flat silver buttons. All coats have pockets. They take many shapes and are either set in or ap plied so neatly as to look as if they are woven into the material Coll ars are strictly finished. Skirts, too. hive nnckets, one on ea...
GOLSPIE (From Our Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 28 March 1925
GOLSPIE (From Our Correspondent). Weather.—Last week-end brought a change in the dry conditions and 40 joints o£ rain were registered, though in places the fall was much heavier, Mr. J. A. Marmont's registra tion being 70 points at his residence. More rain is needed to ensure grass lor the winter. Retirement.—We note that Mr. T. M. Chalkor, for many years the high ly esteemed caretaker at Wombeyan. has retired. Surely the loeal districts are not going to allow the retiring officer to pass unrecognised. It should be made the occasion of a district wide movement on the part of Mr. Chalker's numerous friends to show their appreciation o£ his past work. Harvest Festival.—The annual har vest festival of the Church of Eng land was held to-day (Wednesday). Service was conducted at 11 a.m. by the Rector, Rev. P. W. Bramble, the sacred building being nicely decorat ed with flowers and fruit. Luncheon at 1 p.m. at the hall was largely at tended and ws followed by a sale- of gifts, a fair amou...
AIDS TO BEAUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 28 March 1925
AIDS TO BEAUTY. Many line things have humble be ginnings, and though it may be diffi cult to realise that the ordinary kit chen lias anything in common with th€| fashionable beauty parlor, yet such is the case, tor many o£ the con; tents of the kitchen cupboard merit promotion to the toilet table. Olive oil is splendid both as a cream for the face or as a medium for maBsaging the hair. I£ the hair is treated with olive oil before the shampoo it will be surprisingly glossy and silky and free from dandruff; Soap is another beautifier. Before doing any dirty work, the hands should be well rubbed over with some good soap. Dirt will not enter the pores and become ingrained in the skin. Pino oatmeal is provided for the hands by the kitchen cupboard. Plunge your hands into a basin of oatmeal after washing and drying, and they will never become chapped and red during the Winter. Small bags of oatmeal in the water jug make the washing water as soft as rain water. Borax is good for hot hands ...
WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 28 March 1925
WIT AND HUMOK. A tramp called at a house occupied by a spinster, and when the good lady opened the door, asked if she i*ad a pair of old trousers ,of her- hus band^ which she could give him. The spinster, who did not wish the tramp to know . there was no - man in the •house, ..replied in great embarrass ment: "I'm very sorry, but, er—er, myvhilsband never wears'tliem." • i-'.'i >■ ' * * * A very nervous person called on a friend one day and was very much alarmed at a big dog which barked furiously at him. "Don't be afraid of him." shouted the owner, "you know the old maxim, 'barking . dogs never bite.' " . "That's/all very well," replied the nervous individual, from the safe side of the fence. ^ "I know the old pro verb, but does the dog know it?" *. » * Tliet Bride: "Liza's bloke calls 'er 'is peach, and • the happle of 'is lieye. Why-, .don't yer call me fings like that?" : The o Groom: ; "Ho yus, it'fe all very well, for 'mi, 'e's .in the fruit trade; I'm 'in . the fish busine...
LAWN TENNIS. NEW FOOT-FAULT RULE. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 28 March 1925
LAWN TENNIS. NEW FOOT-FAULT RULE. LONDON, Saturday.—The Paris Lawn Tennis Federation adopted the following new foot-fault rule, operat ing from January 1, 1926: "Immediate ly before commencing to serve the server shall stand with both feet rest ing on the baseline, and within the imaginary continuations of the cen tre mark and the sidelines. Thereafter until the service is delivered , he shall (a) not change his position by walking or running; (b) maintain contact with the ground; (c) keep both feet behind the baseline." A special committee was appoint ed, including Dr. Flavelle, represent ing Australia, to seek unanimity In respect to the standard' ball to be introduced • Internationally, commenc ing on January 1, 1926.
WOMEN'S BATTLE. MUST BE THIN. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 28 March 1925
WOMEN'S BATTLE. MUST BE THIN. A London correspondent writes to a Sydney paper:—There has never been in Mayfair such a general craze among women to become slim as there is at this present time. Beauty par lors are full throughout the day, mas seuses are working overtime and diet doctors are being consulted at every available hour. Anybody who has to offer some special treatment which will enable a woman to lose a few pounds of flesh that she considers supt. erfluous is discovering ii gold mine.'" The dresses and suits that have come to London from Paris In pre paration for Spring wear are smaller and narrower than they have ever been. Many of them look like maids' clothes. LAUGHABLE. . A woman who has always b.eeu'able j to wear btock-sized ciotn'es now icons a laughame ligure iu the'm. if'abh.ou uesiguers maiot mat women sua/i,. oe summer ad Unniier tuaa ever ue.iore, a ad tnose who cannot easily wear me new uressus must reuuce or Ian in tuo attempt to louk as smartly attired as tli...
STATE MINISTERS. HON. J. C. L. FITZPATRICK, M.L.A. Minister for Mines and Local Govt. [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 28 March 1925
STATE MINISTERS. HON. J. C. L. FITZPATRICK, M.L.A. Minister for Mines and Local Govt, .The Hon. John Charles Lucas Fitz patrick, Minister for Mines and Lo cal Government, was born at Moama, N.S.W., on February 15, 18G2. He served his apprenticeship in a print ing ofR:ce in 1S80. Later he edited the Goulburn "Daily Argus." Hearing the call of politics he was elected to represent the big area embracing the Orange district, which area he repre sented practically continuously until the advent of proportional represen tation with its three-member elector ates, when he was returned as a rep resentative of the Bathurst division. He held the portfolio of Colonial Sec retary and Minister for Mines in the Holman Government, from 1911! to 1920. A versatile debater, with a keen, quick brain, he points his home thrusts in shaVp wit. Although his knowledge of politics and constitu tionalism is sound, he never permits the depth of a question to render his speech dull and prosy. On the con trary, h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Taralga Echo — 28 March 1925
i Rogers' Quality Furniture Chairs Made of Seasoned Australian Timbers HIGH BACK DINING GHAIR.—Cane Seat, with Brackets, Finished Walnut, ABM CHAIR;—Extra. Strong, with Cane GENT'S llOCKER.—With Cane Seat, Fin 20/- each,. Seat, Finished Walnut, 33/6 each. ished Walnut, 37/G. NURSES ROCKER.—-Cane Seat, Finished Walnut, 27/6 each. DINING CHAIR.—Fibre Seat, with Brack ets, 16/6 each. Cane Seat, with Brackets, 17/6 each. KITCHEN CHAIR.—Wood Seat, 11/3 each. With Bracket's, 12/6 each. CHILD'S LOW HOLE CHAIR. 0H1^?'.S. ROCKER.— Walnut Walnut Finish, 11/6. i I'imsh, 12/-. CHILD'S HIGH CHAIR,—-Oak, Cane Seat, 32/6. UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS CHILD'S HIGH CHAIR.—Pine, Wood Seat, 13/6. UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS •GERs-goulBI FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS AND COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS FOR OVER 60 YEARS.