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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
*FKEE PHOT© of Y©ttr Ksalby (op to 2 Years of Age) We will photograph any child up to 2 years of age, and supply an exquisitely finished Portrait in rich natural Sepia, mounted in n delightful 'Nursery Rhyme' folder with envelope . to match (ready to post, if desired) nil ABSOLUTELY FREE1 il I jjjl ^ Remember, there is no charge or obligation whatever. This Advertising Ofiet is pre sented to prove—without coat to you— our Studios' unchallenged leadership in child photography. OFFER No. 2. Any member of Australia's Fighting Forces photographed FREE and photo supplied free. OFFER No. 3. Six deduxe Portraits in 'Greeting' folders, suitable for all occa sions — -Envelopes to match. Inclusive ? charge. 12/6 ' OFFER No. 4. Your portrait taken, proofs .' submitted, and three delightful 10' x 8' Art Tinted. De-Luxe Photos supplied for 7/6. Ring tor our representative to call. Tell your . friends ot » *hcse amaimy. offers* SATISFACTION POSITIVELY GUARANTEED ' Pasiamotmt STUKBOS PTY. LT®. 9th...
ENGAGED to MARRY [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
I! ENGAGED j ! 1 to MARRY I ; h ta . Leona Madge, second daughter of ! Mr. and Mrs. G. Humphrey, Ashstead Paric, Cudgewa, Upper Murray, and Ernest James, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Paton, Canberra House, Corryong. * * s|s Elizabeth Mary (Betty), fourth i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas ; Talbot, Coreen, and Thomas John, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. James j Collins/ Coreen. - v * * * /- Dorothy, second daughter -of ' Mr. « and Mrs. W. J. Weston, ? Manly, ; to James 'Warwick, - only son of Mr. H. J. . | Reid and the lato Mrs. H. J. Reid, | Albury. - - ~ Margaret Rose, eldest daughter of | Mr. and Mrs.' C. C. McLaclilan, .ferowa, ^ to John Alexander, ? only,; son 'wi.Mrs. 8 G. G. Kelly and the late Mr^feelly, « Bacchus Marsh '(V.). fl- ' - . ?-?..???. * ijs Lois. Ruth, only- daughter of Mr. |i and Mrs. H. ? Russoll, -iSeymour, to . Allan Clive Way, 6tli Div. A.I.F., % fourth son of Mr. . and Mrs. J. J. Way, iv Wahgunyah. ♦ ' '?. * - - Zyhla, oldest daughter of Mr. find Mrs. Cyril Lo...
COWRA FORTNIGHTLY MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
.? COWRA FORTNIGHTLY MARKET Ndrman C. Bellamy and ? Co. report on the fortnightly stock sales ? at Cowra on Tuesday, February i Cattle.— Only 150 Jiead yarded which were practically all fats and comprised an equal supply of all descriptions, excepting .bullocks. Com petition was irregular and values for cows : and' .plain descriptions were 10/ lower, while good quality was equal to iate rates. Tho few stores yarded met with exceptional competition, and wero 10/ to 3 5/ dearer. Quotations: — - Steers, prime heavy, £12/10/ to £14/3/, do., good, £9/5/ . to £12; cows, prime, £10/3/ to £11/10, good, £8/10/ to £9/19/, plain £6/17/ to £7/10/; heifers heavy £8/18 / to £ 9 14/, good £7/16/ to £8/12/, light* £6/3/ to £6/14/; vealers, £7/14/ to £9/10/, odd to £11, light £5/12/ to £6/10/. ' . ? . Stores.— Co ws_ and calves, £10/1/ to £11/1-01/; yearlings, dairy 'bred, £3 10/ to £5/10/. - ? Sheep. — A mixed' yarding: of '3900, consisting of about 1500 igood quality fats and the balance were - mi...
Melbourne Sheep Sales [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
Melbourne Slieep Sales Fat sheep were 1/ to 2/ up last Tuesday.' With only 23,0 0 0' yarded (8500 fewer) 'butchers bought active ly. The offering of fat lambs was light also— 24,500' against 30,000. Butchers took the bulk and exporters could obtain very few. Values were firm. Crossbred ewe sales moved. erratically and were of te'i 2/ down in the heavy store yarding of 32,500 (26,400 last Tuesday). - Weaners and young, merino sheep in small numbers sold well. Quotations:;-..- . .. . . . Prime xbd wethors, 18/ to 20/: extra,' 23/ to 25/3; plain, 14/ to 16/; mcr. wrs., 10/ to -14/; extra,' 16/ to 21/2; plain, 7/ to 9/; fat ewes, 9/ to 13/; extra, 15/ to 17/4;: plain, 5/ to 8/. ' . Pri.ne wether mutton, 3Ail.- to 4d. a lb;; hcavv, 3d; to 3*d.; 2-tooth, 4-Jd. to 4Jd.; medium and plain, 2d. t) 2 id.; prime ewo, 3d.-to 3Jd.; heavy, 2^d. to 2fd.; medium and plain, 1A3. to 2d. Fat Lambs; — Primu xbd lambs, 18/ to 23/; extra, 24/ to 25/11; -plain, 1'4/ to 1C/; shorn, 13/ to 19/; exira 23/ to ...
ABOUT PEOPLE SOCIAL PERSONAL Social Notes [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
ABOUT PEOPLE i SOCIAL I PERSONAL X # ? : ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ; . Social Notes ?After two months in Sydney Mrs. Lines has returned to her home in Wodonga. Mr. \W McColl, of Macaulay-street, Albury, has returned from a- holiday in Melbourne. Judith, the, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Kiofcl, Dean-street, Albury, has returned after spending three weeks' holiday with Mr. and Mrs. Hod. Elliot, 'Wiiga,' Tocunuval. ' After a stay of three months in 'West Australia with her son, Dr. Alan' \ iekers, Mrs. R. Vielters has returned to her home in Tribune-street. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hill liave re turned to their home in Pemberton street, after an extended caravan holi day. Mr. A. McBride, who motored his another,- jLady McBride, to Melbourne Jias returned. Mr. and Mrs. Frank' D'Emden, 33ank of Australasia, Yarrawonga, are .receiving congratulations on the birth ?of a son. , Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Davison have ireturnecl to tho Ambulance Station, ?nfter a holiday at Merimbula, South Coast. | Miss Connie Vicke...
ALBURY C.W.A. Sheepskin Vest Appeal Still Open [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
ALBURY C.W.A. Sheepskin Vest Appeal Still Open .The monthly meeting of Albury branch of the .C.W.A. was held . on , Tuesday; when. Mrs. D. A. Thompson (president) presided. Apologies were ? received from Mesdames A. G. Colqu houn, A. Howaid, A. A. Howard, P. D .Burrows, L. A. Heath and McCraeken. . Tea .hostesses for the afternoon , were Mesdames Batstone', Howard, Lightbody and Cozens, and the door ? .hostess was Mrs. . McLeod. ' Hospital visitors for » February are Mesdames McLeod and Sellars. ... -M.esdam.es Gye, Jd. G. More ana Cozens 'were appointed delegates to attend the general conference in Syd ney. on April 22-24. v A bridge evening has been arranged . for Wednesday, February 13, in aid ? ©f funds. Intending .players are asked . to get in touch with the sub-committee, which consists of - Mesdames Arm* ' s'trong, 'Gye, Davison, McLeod and ? Sellars. i' : - ? ' . The sheepskin vest appeal is stil open, and the .branch would be pleased to' receive further donations of -.pelts...
Thank God For Churchill Beverley Baxter, Summing Up War Leaders and Policies of Britain, Says (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED) [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
Thank God For Churchill Beverley Baxter, Summing- Up i War Leaders and Policies of Britain, Says . . . /V.' 1 S By A BEVERLEY BAXTER, M.P. (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED) '07HEN the British House ™ * of Commons meets again — unless something cataclysmic recalls us soon er — 1941 will be well in its stride. To-day Mr. Churc hill gave us his blessing as lie sent us off for the recess. 'I do not say you are going on holiday,' he said, 'for there can be no real holidays for any of us. But, to what ever tasks you go, I say this — that the situation to-day is far better than .we could ever have hoped a few months ago.' HE. looked flushed and tired. Instead of the usual magic floAwgsf crisp, classic English, he fumo&d for words, and many of his sentences came to an end with hesitation and a grouping for alternatives. Yet to those of us who have some knowledge of what has gone on beyond the scenes his very weariness and unej^ected awkwardness of ex pression were a sign of the enormous persona...
Two Houses Visited At West Wyalong; Articles Confiscated [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
Two Houses Visited' At Wfl|t i Wyalohg; Articles Confiscajpd I WEST/ WYALONG.— Police visited two homes' at Wyalong last week and - spizadS'a- number of articles, stated to . be tlio property of the Jehovah Wit nesses organisation, which lias ' been declared illegal. Sergeant Glass (Temora) and First-; class Constable N. G. FeatlmrsUione, who iR in f»hnrrrp h-F W-vrhlnn-r patrol, visited one house, whilst Ser geant R. Russell and Constable F. Beck (West ' Wyalong) visited the other. 1 : The confiscated articles included ? a large number of books, two - small ? : gramophones, a nurnber of records and . report cards, which were taken to tho West Wyalong police station. ' : ' ' School Tie ' ' ; in Army Suggested^ — A deputation froiii Labor members of the Federal Parliament this weekcom plained to the Minister for the Army, Mr. Spender, that a section of officers ' in the Australian Army adopted a 'school tie' attitude and that, as a result, dangerous tendencies were de veloping.
IS CLERGYMAN AN EMPLOYEE? TAX COMMISSIONER SAYS YES [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
IS CLERGYMAN AN EMPLOYEE?' TAX COMMISSIONER SAYS YES CANBERRA.— The Federal Taxation Commissioner (Mr. L. S. Jackson) has decided that a clergyman is an employee, but it is admitted that the question is open and depends a good deal on the constitution and practices of the religious order : to which the clergyman belongs. Some clergymen objected to paying Federal income tax by instalments, on the ground that they were not em ployees, and Mr. Jackson, was asked ?for a ruling. . , 'It is not intended to make tlio. practice uniform immediately, how over, as some States : regard members of tho clergy as employees for State i taxation purposes and others treat; them as self-employed persons, A uni form rule will 'be sought.
This Is a Duty For Clergymen [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
This Is a Duty For Clergymen THERE is a steadily growing resentment against the policy of the Defence authorities of notifying next of kin of the death on active service of soldier sons and husbands by telegram. To say the least of it, this method of informing relatives by stark telegram that their loved ones have been killed is brutal The authorities should revert to the practice of the last war, when the services of clergymen and other suitable persons were co-opted to convey such messages to the next of kin. In ordinary circumstances it is the recognised duty of a clergyman to visit bereaved persons and console with them. Ifc would do much to soften the blow that has fallen on them if ministers and priests were delegated to break the sad news of war deaths. At Junee, the postmaster (Mr. Jenkins) has taken it upon himself to ask clergymen, on receipt .of telegrams from the Minister for the Army notifying of the death of a soldier, - to inform relatives of their loss. If a clergyma...
Co-operation Needed In Plans For Peace [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
Co-operation Needed In ?' , ' ? Plans For Peace .... ^X/1DESPREAD approval has been expressed of the .articles which have appeared in the 'Banner' advocating a planned peace, as the urgent necessity for making preparation for the time when hostilities cease is recognised on all sides. This week we were informed by the Minister in charge of External Territories (Mr. Tom Collins), when he visited here, that the Federal Government was tannine1 for the aftermath. While we do not doubt the truth of Mr. Collins state ment, we think if the Government is making preparation in that direction, then it should give a vigorous exposition of its plans. This would allay the fears which have been expressed in some directions that wholesale depression will follow the war. There is not the need to be secretive about such a scheme as there is about letting out vital military information that might reach the ears of enemy agents. - However, to undertake a task of the magnitude that will confront Austra...
Mr. Menzies In Middle East [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
' Mr. Menzies In Middle East The Prime Minister (Mr. Menzies) has arrived at Cairo on. the. first stage of his journey to Britain. The Acting Prime Minister (Mr. Fadden) said on Monday:— 'It is with pleasure I ahi . able to announce ^ha4. tho Prime Mini ster (Mr. Menzies) has arrived : safely afc Onirn. Hn has t.Kns (?.onmleted what may 'be regarded as the first stage of his journey to Britain.' A later message from Jerusalem an nounced the - arrival of the Prime Minister (Mr. Menzies) at Tiberias by air. He was met by Sir H. McMicliael, High Commissioner for Palestine, and Lieut. ^General Sir Thomas Blarney, an-rl is staying at Government House. 'THE AIJSCTiY IIAWEIi AND WODONGA EXPRESS Largest Provincial Weekly In Australia 'oUBLISI-IED every Friday morning. Terms: — 6/6 per quarter, £1/6/ per year. Post free. Subscriptions may commence from any date. ' FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1941 . ? ' ? ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
| THE LAST FEW DAYS I :| Of ji! ' FARR AH'S \ Great Summer Sale jj i:j We Still Offer Yon Sensational ;; | Bargains At Oisr Showrom at | ij DRASTIC REDUCTIONS I PRICES ARE RISING— SO BUY NOW AND SAVE !:| * I 49/11 SMART MATRONS' NAVY & || BLACK DOUBLE SHEER FROCKS J U /Hi |j: In sizes S.O.S., O.S and X.O.S. H /ran ; SALE PRICE, 19/11 / !;J II 25/- FLORAL SILK FROCKS 4 A Ji ' In pretty tonings and 'becoming styles. ra J f| ,|r-^ - ]'i ) SALE PRICE, 12/11. H ™ i- 29/11 GRAFTON ANTI-SHRINK *§ A if CREASE RESISTING FROCKS IM/il New Styles and Patterns. fil / 11 II \ j. SALE PRICE, 19/11.. / ]) THE BALANCE OF OUR MILLINERY TO BE SACRIFICED I j USUALLY 25/, 19/11, 15/11 - i Sale Price from 2/11 to ' 7/11 - ONE ONLY SMART GREY ENSEWIBLE A A i 5 - FULL-LENGTH COAT * U /Ia Size W. Usually 69/6. 1L& SALE PRICE, 39/6. / ^ |; Rack Of Model EVENING FROCKS Usually 63/, 45/ and 39/6 - ' Sale Price .9/11, 19/11 and 29/11 SEE OUR WINDOW OF THESE BEAUTIFUL | j GOWNS NOW ON DISPLAY I 5...
COUNTRY NEWS (Continued) HOWLONG [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
COUNTRY NEWS ? — — - (Continued) ? ? HOWLONG Mr. S. Gale lias returned from Albury Hospital. B. Bocquet has returned from a holi day sptent with relatives at Laving ton. . - Mrs. J. Walter . has returned to Colae after visiting relatives at How long. , ' Mrs. R. 'Wills has returned to . Mel bourne after spending a holiday with her sister, Mrs. E. Smith. Mrs. TV T)ou-rlit,nn has returned from a holiday in Sydney. Misses IB. and S. Bergen, who were holidaying with their aunt, Mrs. E. Smith, have returned to Tallangatta. Mrs. M. Gilson is spending' a holi day with relatives at Colac. Mrs. Dernan and her daughter, Francis, have returned to Wooragee. Mr. G. Storhebrink, who conducted a hairdressing business at Howlong, has left to follow the same occupation, at Bonegilla. Keith O'Halloran, 'Leahy vale,' Howlong, who is a student at Assump tion College, Kilmore, is . being con gratulated on his excellent pass in the intermediate examination, having ob tained an A pass in eight sub,- jocts...
Victorian Carnival (Weights for Newmarket find Australian Cup.) [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
Victoriaxi Carnival (Weights for Newmarket and Austra ., / lian-Cu'p.)' ^ ' NEWMARIvET HANDICAPy ? 6 fur. . iHigli Caste 10.2,' Beaulivr.e 9.11, 1 Gold Salute 9.8, Mildura 9.7, El Gole'a | Dhoti 9.6, Pamelus 9.5, Reading 9.2, Greenwich, Caesar 9.0, Trimmer 8.13 .Pure Gold 8.11, Historian, . Lucrative Ensign 8.10, Moonray, Amiable, Chats bury 8.8, Sun Valley 8.4, Reriiarc 8.2,' Damalis 8.1, Industry 8.0, All ' Veil 7.18 Woolcombe, Cumulus, Unisliak Zonda 7.12, Aspire, Scarlet Toi 7.11 Cephrcn,' Securities,. Celeris 7.10 Operatic, 'Linkboy 7.8, -Orcadian Plioines 7.5, Riviera, Damocles, Neu tron, Positron 7.4, Orteli, . Royal Comet 7.3; Stage Law, Panchio, Queen Maccha 7.2, , Gallant 71, '-Che; Decora tion, ? Florin 7.0, Pantiirn, Black Legend/ Knight's Armour 8.12,. Bol der 'Lass, Cuslila Macliree, Biliie ?Buriie. C.ll, Diogenes, Heart's Desire Mueli To ; Say, Spearwings 6.9, Silver Collar, Limerick .Lace, David Copper field, Ten O'Clock, Bronze Mar'ii Royal .Gross do; Kerfils 6.7. ?...
TUMUT [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
TUMUT ? ' Tlie following changes have taken place in the staff of Tumut Intermedi ate High School:— Mr. J. Fisher, to North Newtown I.H.S., replaced by Mr. Ditton; Miss Douge, to Kogarah, replaced by Mr. Henry; Mr. Corkliill, to Gardner's Road Junior Technical school (vacancy not yet filled); Mrs. Swain, to Auburn P.S., ? replaced by TVficc o n rl « T\Ti-t!r. Pitn land I.H.S., replaced by Miss D. Scott Orr; Miss Herron, to Balmain P.S., re placed by Miss Saxton; Miss Weick hardt, to Gundagai P.S., replaced by Miss Webber. !Mr. C. W. Burt, Fitzroy-street, is a patient in Valma private hospital. Mr. Clarric Ibbotson, Tumut, has secured a position in a munition fac tory in Sydney, and leaves to com mencc his new duties on Monday next. Mr. Les Harmer, Junee, has been appointed manager of the mercery department at Mr. F. L. Baker's store. Mr. Harmer fills the vacancy caused by the enlistment of Mr. Charles Baker in the A.I.F. Miss Josie Downing, after an absence of 12 months in Sydney, r...
WALLA [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
WALLA Mrs. A. McCrohon and her son Max have returned from a holiday in Sydney. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Paech and Miss M. Wenkeare spending a holiday at St. Kilda. Miss Gladys Wenke has returned from Albury, where she spent a short holiday. ~ ' Gnr. and Mrs. C.( Raisbech are being congratulated on the birth of a . son. Gnr. Raisbech is with the A.I.F. in Palestine. Messrs. C. Weyland, K. Rush, C. Dickson and W. Mackenzie spent the week-end fishing in the Upper Murray. ?Mrs. Stoppelbein is spending a holi day in Sydney with Mr. and Mrs. C. Boehm. Mr. and Mrs. Drinlcwater, Sydney, were the guests , of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. D. Moye. Pastor and Mi's. Mitchell, Brisbane, visited Pastor Mitchell's sister, Mrs. G. Brown, Walla, on their way to Warrnambool, where they are to live: Mrs. Dunn, Walla Subdivision, spent the week-end with Mrs. C. Anderson. The cricket match between Brock lesby and Walla last Saturday re sulted in . a win for Walla by 9 runs. Scores: — Walla: V. AVeiike 28, A. Boehm 11, S...
UPPER MURRAY [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
UPPER MURRAY At the annual tennis tournament at Uorryong the championship was won by the promising- young Walwa player, Norman Hughes. , ? At. the Jingellic sports last Friday £70 was raised for the Spitfire 'fund. Further- valuable rains fell here at the week-end. There is now plenty of feed, and stock are responding wonderfully well. Lieut. Alec Acocks, who is m camp at Seymour, has been ipromoted to the rank of captain. For the convenience of members, the monthly meeting date of Ournie sub-branch of the Red Cross Society has been altered from the second to the third Wednesday. The next meet ing will be held at ' Milawa, ' the home of Mrs. Tom Paton, . on Febru ary 19. Mr. Frank Falkiner, Mt. Falcon, went to Sydney last week. Friends of Mrs. Falkiner. will regret to learn of the serious ^illness of her father, Mr. Forsyth. , Mr. and Mrs. M. Montgomery, Woomargama Station, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phil. Lees at the week end. 'Miss- June Rice, Albury, and Miss Jo. Anderson, Melbo...