A steam tramway connects the town and port, and a branch line connects with Entre Rios railways at the station of tala.
This last anecdote, by Nelson, appears to be contradicted by Hay of tala.
We can see from this a sort of break in the high land which stretches away round to tala Mongongo, through which the river comes.
And they were capable of splitting mountain peaks and their weapons were stones and trees of the Sala and the tala species.
Within a few days, Donnegan related, everybody was nipping on the tala.
tala said that Bothwell arranged to lay the powder in Marys room, under Darnleys.
Until Joe got his "tala" I made disappointing progress at teaching him our language.
Where the tala joins the Sama it must be two thousand feet lower than Tarata.
You will perceive then a small wood, or copse, remarkable by a tree of tala, which forms the Point of Cape Indian.
The traditional founder of Hindu music, Bharata, is said to have isolated 32 kinds of tala in the song of a lark.