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SIX IN HOSPITAL AFTER CRASH [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
SIX IN HOSPITAL AFTER CRASH A party of five from Stirling, S.A.; and a Bairnsdale; Vic., resident were injured in a collision -botwe'en two cars on the Prince's Highway where it wa3 partly blocked by a: fallen .tree, about a1 mile from -Swan' Reach; The: follow ing were - admitted .to Bairnsdale Hos pital :: Cecil Dyer, ' 4 0, lacerated face; Florence Dyer (wife-). fractured tpelvis; Bruce Dyer, 13, fractured skull; Beverley Dyer, -11, internal injuries: Adelaide Dyer, 43 (sister of Cecil Dj'er), face lacerations; Alec O'iBrien, Bairnsdale, fractured -jaw' and lacera tions. Two cars, driven by Cecil Dyer and Dr. J. R. Searls, of Bairi^ale, eul lided. , In Dr. Scads' car were Aloe O'Brien and three other passongjr-i
COROWA WOMAN BADLY HURT [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
COROWA WOMAN BADLY HURT - When a car ..driven by .her .husband, came into collision with -'another: ear in Epsom-road, Flemington, Melbourne, last Saturday, Mrs. Henrietta poarce, i Corowa. receivod:'a fractured ? skull, x .. She was admitted to , Royal Mel- 1 bourne Hospital. Her husband, Fied-j erick Pearse, was treated at the hos pital for -lacerations to - the face and abrasions. 1 - | The driver of tho othor car, Daniel Mullens, Aberfeldio-stroet, Essondon, escaped with slight injuria*.
RADIO PROGRAMMES PERSONALITIES PARAGRAPHS 2AY Harmony In the Home Club A LETTER FROM JEAN [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
[?] PROGRAMMES PERSONALITIES j| PARAGRAPHS ^ ! 2 AY Harmony In the Home Club I A LETTISH FROM JEAN :, T-iEAJt MEMBERS,— I told ., you in my last letter that . I would give details of the competitions which we are running for the hot-trolley for the hospital, so I will malce that my' first interest to-day. The Easter ham pers (first, . second and third) will be in Mate's window in Dean-street, and the tickets (6d.) will be obtainable at the sweets counter at Mate's, also at our Dean-stroct studio ; and, of j course, you will be able to purchase your tickets from our stall in Dean street. And now for what the hampers I contain: — First prize: Pair -of fowls,) li am, pudding, ' cake, -ti n ; of fruit, j ? tomato sauce, pickles, two packets of ; jellies, 1 lb. nuts, packet raisins, tin 1 biscuits, lime cordial, raspberry cor- 1 dial, fresh fruit. Second, prize:. Four ? tins preserves, rour packets of jellies,! 1. lb. fiiltanas, 1 lb. dates, packct bis cuits,, bottle ginger-beer.' Third ...
2AY PROGRAMME FRIDAY, JANUARY 31 [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
2AY PROGRAMME FRIDAY, JANUARY 31 . 7.0 a.m.. Early Morning Review: 7.15, Prairie Melodies : 8.15. Business Girls' Ses sion : 8.30. Hospital Cheer : 8.45. Overseas News; 9.15, 'Betty -and Bob': 9.30, Mothers' Melodies: 9.45, Wodonga Session; 10.15, 'Har- mony in the Home' Session, conducted liy Jean: 10.30, Harmony Highlights : 31.0, Morn ing d'ea with Margo : 11.20, Home Furnish ing; 11.45, Mid-Morning Melodies ; 12.30 .p.m.. Luncheon Music; 1.30. Swing Session : 5.30. Children's Session ; G.0, Dinner - Music ; 7.0, j National News Service Commentary; 7.20, 'ALBURY BANNER' NEWS , SERVICE; ! 7.30, 2AY Sporting . Session, Farmers' News ! Service : 8.30, 'Fred and Maggie Everybody' ; j 8.45, Dance Programme; 9, P, . 'Pivot' Dance | Time; 12.0, Close. ? ; ; SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1 - | 7.0-11.0 a.m.. See Friday morning; 11.0, Department of Information Talks ; 11.15, Hospital Session; ' 12.30 p.m.; . Luncheon Music ; 5.30. Children's Session ; 6.0, Dinner Music ; 6.45, ^porting Session ; 7.0...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
? BETTER MONUMENTAL WORK AT LOWEST COST J, X WARTZELHAN | MONUMENTAL SCULPTOR ' [ Cr. Young &' Swift Streets, Albury 1 NEAR 'RAILWAY GOODS SHEDS j . Admitted to be the Best for all Kinds of Monumental Work'' General' 'Cemetery Work Carried Out in all Classes of , i MARBLE AND GRANITE MONUMENTS, KERBINGS, TOMB' \ ' V \ VAULTS ; ? My' Prices are Fair Below City Prices and only First-class ; Workman !? ship and Materials Used. j Work supplied and erected anywhere in N.S.W. or Victoria. Designs and Prices given for all Classes of Monumental Work. ? THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWS will come to your home through - - THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR An International Daily Newspaper ? It records for you the world's clean, constructive doings. The Monitor '? ' does not exploit crime or sensation ; neither does it ignore them, but ? , deals correctively with them. Features for busy men and all the family, including the Weekly Magazine Section. The Christian Science Publishing Society -. Australian...
APPEAL FOR SUITS AND OVERCOATS For Victims Of Bombing Raids (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
APPEAL FOR SUITS AND OVERCOATS For Victims Of Bombing Raids (To the Editor) Sir, — Will you grant me space in your influential paper for the making, of an appeal for donations of suits or overcoats for shipment overseas to be distributed, to those defenders of our liberty who havo lost their clothing as a result of enemy, bombing raids or through mishaps at sea 1 Many thou sands of people in England have lost practically all their possessions and the acquiring cf a—fresh wardrobe is a costly matter. Tho liotai'y Club of Albury hopes to collect-- not . less than ; 1000 suits and with each suit- 1/ to pay for cleaning, pressing and packing, . The suits will-' be ?' carried freight free to Melbourne and -also freight free from Melbourne to England. This is made possible through tho action - of the Victorian Railways and . -'tho shipping ;Compajiies. Suits ^should bo in fairly ?good - condition,, but not necessarily perfect. 1 .''^'?Tlie suits aiid -overcoats, together with tho accompan...
THE APIARIST Construction of Home-Made Hives PROBLEM OF SUITABLE TIMBER [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
THE APIARIST Construction Of Home-Made Hives PROBLEM OF SUITABLE TIMBER The beekeeper should never attempt to make lnve frames unless ho is a good carpenter^ and even then he may lind it will hardly pay unless suitable timber is readily obtainable and he has plenty of spare time on his hands. With regard to the making, of hive bodies (writes the Senior Apiary In structor of the Department o± Agricul ture) it was possible a lew years ago to secure good tlnck-sided petrol cases tor the yurposo, but these aro now practically unobtainable, and there is little worth-while saving in cost compared -with the factory-made body where special timber, such as redwood or New Zealand white pine, has to be purchased and transported any distance. It would appear that the beekeeper will need to depend mainly on secur ing some locally grown timber, such as from the Insigms pine (Pinus radiata). This species has been plant ed on many iparts of the coastal and tablelands division for ornamental pur pos...
FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND FEED WHEAT SUPPLIES Pig Breeders' Protests ORDERS HELD UP [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
m FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND Dd FEED WHEAT SUPPLIES Pig Breeders' Protest , ORDERS HELD UP With a vic-w to arriving at a more satisfactory basis of distribution of bulk wheat supplies from 'Wheat Board storages in country centres to producers requiring gram for feed purposes, the N.S.W. branch commit tee of ths Australian Stud Pig Isrecdcis' Society is movnig to nave onvsii'ocl: a round-toolo toonierence liDtwcen tho Wheat Eoard, wheat growers jind representatives of the various industries concerned. For some time past the Stud Pig Breeders' Society m N.S,W. has pro 'ested against long delays experienced ?i -ii:-uring deliveries from country ? r : and has agitated for a more -..ili- price being fixed for feed ^iiied to bulk users. . ' v ration is no better than it ago,' said Mr. E. '???? ::i a meeting of the commit . ' ?-?Kl in bydney. 'Producers who . o .dors with the Australian i :.-oard three woegs ago fori -pivo not yet received an! j - ' ' ' ! ::i it producers had been ad- 1 yi'.i...
Measures Against Sheep Blowfly IMPORTANCE OF PREVENTIVE TREATMENT [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
Measures Against Sheep Blowfly IMPORTANCE OF PREVENTIVE TREATMENT There is a steadily increasing mass of experimental proof that treatment of sheep m anticipation . of blowfly strike is a very much more economical proposition -than treatment of strike that has developed. Some areas ot the 'State have recently had exception ally heavy rams, with consequent like lihood of trouble from blowfly. In such districts nreventive measures should bo adopted immediately a fly wave threatens. Jetting- has particular advantages for owners with more than. 2000 sheep. Whilst most sheepowneis crutch at least once a year, to. arrange to crutch immediately because ? - the drought has broken is not always easy. Tlie difficulty is much- less in the case of the small .man, 'who caln perhaps do much of the work, .himself or 'with the collaboration of neighbors. In . the case of the larger property, jetting has the advantage of allowing the sheep to be treated quickly by tho normal station labor. Treatment...
WHEN EXAMINING A HIVE Points For The Beginner [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
- WHEN EXAMINING A HIVE Points For The Beginner To prepare to examine a colony of ! bees it is necessary to have an efficient I smoker and a hive tool, or a lever thej shaipo of a screw-drivor. It is ad visable, too, ? to have a ? veil m readi ness to afford protection for the tace. There aro apiarists who do- not use a veil, but the beginner is advised to have it caretullv adiusted. for evei. the most practical apiarists like to wear a veil or have it on the hat so that, protection can be had when re quired. However, . if manipulation is carried out in the right way . there should be very little trouble as re gards stinging. I A colony should not be examined | unless the day is fine enough to allow i the bees to»work freely, and it seldom! happens that a colony : should be ex amined during the winter months. Before attempting . to . ? remove tho cover, it is advisable .to give tho guards at tho entrance a couple ot puffs of smoke, then, raise: the cover about two inches and give tw...
BORDER LEICESTERS KEEN DEMAND Yarra Stud's Sales [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
BORDER LEICESTERS IN KEEN DEMAND Yarra Stud's Sales A keen demand for. Border Leicester stud sheep of good breeding, especi ally stud rams, is reported by Mr. W. A. O'Neil, of the Yarra Stud, Hill View, Cowra. Sales effected by this well-known breeder early in January include' four rams of outstanding breeding and quality. Yarra 4056, a September, .1939, son of Yarra Dignity, from a ewe by JTarra Scotch, has been transferred to Messrs. J. Freebairn and Soil, of Parkes, one of whose two foundation rams for their Kirkup stud, established m 1936, was Yarra-bred. Yarra 44.42, another September, 1939, rani, has been acquired by Mr. F.' C. Cartwriglit, who formed his Boun dary Villa stud at Temora on Yarra blood. The latest ram purchase is by Yarra Radiance, a Sydney Sheep Show prize-taker, whose sire is Sandylcnowe Yarra (imp.), which has produced several show successes, including grand champions, for Mr. O'Neil. Dam of Yarra 44.42 is by Hayston Emigrant (imp.). Hayston Emigrant (imp.) i...
A Page for the Young Folk Best Letters of the Week HONOR CERTIFICATES LINDA WALLACE SHIRLEY HENDRIE BERYL DAVIS [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
[?] Conducted By Uncle Jeff Best Letters of the Week HONOR CERTIFICATES LINDA WALLACE SHIRLEY HENDRIE BERYL DAVIS Dederang Roadside, via Wodonga. Dear Uneje, — I suppose you have forgotten that I am a member of your plub, but as I have had other, letters tp write I did not write. to you. I got a book from the Christmas tree at the school breakup. I also won the radio prize' for holding the most 'marks for questions asked after the school lesson ' broadcast. . .It was a .book, too. I have read two books and started on my third during the holidays. ' ' Snow Gift' hasn't written to me for a good while, and I have been expecting a, letter from her. I hope she is all right. I passed my oxams. and will be in the seventh grade next year. I , was either first or second. Mum and . I went -to Melbourne last . week-end, and when I got home I was'^gick and was in bed nearly all day on Tuesday. Mum. had three of us. sick— Bert Young and I tlie same night— and we were just better when Mrs. Burrer...
Has A New Bike Kikoira. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
?Has A New Bike ??? : : ?' Iiikoira. Dear Uncle, — I have not written to the '''Banner' for a while, so I thought I- would let you know how. I am going. How are things' with you? They, are not bad ,with me. Everything, is nice and green after the rain. .' We had just on three inches. It is very hot here to-night, though. Santa Clans brought we a meccano set. Our cow '?as had a calf since I last wrote. I like listening to 'Dad arid Dave. i Would you please put - my brother I Atlioi on the birthday -roll? He-. will bo eight years old on February 21. 1 1 have a new Speedwell bike. -It is red, white and blue. I don't think . there is much more to say now, so 1 will clone with best wishes to all.-r-Your , fond nephew, 'TEMPLE BAR.' (I bet you have fun on ' that now bike, Neil. It -is quite patriotis, isn 't 't? Don't leave it fo long to write again, '-will you. Have you made many models 'with your meccano set?)
TUMUT [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
TUMUT During- December the Tumut Co operative Dairy Co. manufactured 216,497 lb. of butter and paid ? out £11,509/12/11: for- the month, at 12Jd. per lb. Cream supplies are still rising. | . A number of friends of Mrs. N. E. Dare,; of Merrivale-street, met at .-? the homo of Mrs. P. Kemp oil Thursday, afternoon . to bid - farewell . to Mrs. Dare, Mr.vDaro, _of . the Forestry Com mission, having been transferred to Glen Iniies. At the conclusion, of afternoon tea Mrd. L. D. Haitian# presented Mrs. Dare with a sandwich tray on -behalf ?? of Tumut friends. Mr. and Mrs. Dare left Tumut for Glen Inncs on Friday. A gift, evening was tendered Mr. Harry Crampton and Miss Nellie Kell before their wedding, and to Mrs. Ken Wade (nee : Miss Kathleen. Cramp ton), who was married -in Wagga u few' days ago. Signaller Trevor Regent, formerly of Tumut railway staff, :was farewoll ed' at the . station by the staff members, and was presented with a gift by Mr. R. G. Dunne as a token of the esteem in w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
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Wants Song Words Beckom. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
Wants Song Words Beckom. ? Dear Uncle, — Thank you for award ing mo one of the honor letters. I re ceived the certificate and was very -pleased with it. Well, at .last the much wanted rain has came. It was glorioug to see the. rain pouring down on the. thirsty plants and dry tanks. We haven't had a bad --duststorm for so long now, and 'the weather is fairly cool, especially the nights. Dad and Max, my brother, are busy cultivating the fallows to try and kill the weeds. Our tomatoes are just starting to bear.; They, are loaded with green ones. We have :had plenty of cucumbers . and- a few of the water melons are nearly ready; ^ We had a fairly good .Christ-' mas tree and also had a play, and all the children received a nice gift, from Santa Claus. AH had a, good supper, and plenty . of cool drinks. Dancing was continued until early into the morning. We spent a most enjoyable Christmas at 'Barellan with aunties,/ uncles and cousins. Ardlethan is get ting the water laid on , and they a...
The Dear Old Page Walla Walla. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
The Dear Old Page - * Walla Walla. Dear Uncle, may I write again . ' I To greet the dear old Page? . I love it 'still, tho' now I've grown Far past the' children's .age. As in past years, -I've ' come again Upon the farm io stay — ? A brief respite from.: city life And its demands- each d;:.y. . : I'm glad to. see the Pa*.;3 has grow l. And livened up again. That cousins have returned to give Now vigor to tho pen.' What happy memories we will hold When we .havj spanned --the ..-years — The Page has been an outlet for Our hopes, our joys, ouiv fears. ? Dear links of friendship it lias formed As cousins will agree, - ? And I, for one, must voice :my thanks i For friends it '.brought. -.to me. , . .I've not lost one through .all these years;' We still write to each other, Our joys and trials, thoughts and prayers We share with one another. ? ^ , With some I've had the privilege ,now Of meeting face to face, But four I hope to still greet at ? Some future time and place. - You must be g...