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TUMBARUMBA [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
TUMBARUMBA The monthly meeting of the Tum barumba Shire Patriotic and War Fund .Committee was attended by Crs. iC. J. Woodhouse (deputy shire presi dent, (presiding), T. W. Walsh and D. C. Sinclair, Messrs. G. Lauder, F. ,G. Kenane, L. G. Roth, F. A. Latham, H. V. .Connington, and J. Climpson, Mes dames F. A. Latham and M. Fisher, and the secretary (Mr. W. A. Blake). .Tho financial statement for the month showed that receipts had amounted to £70/15/3. Expenditure, which in cluded a remittance of j £15'0i to the central fund, in Sydney, left a balance in the bank of £255/8/11.q Mr. Blen cowe submitted his resignation . from the soldiers' farewell sub-committee. Mr. Brennan was appointed to the vacancy. The Rosewood Patriotic Committee 's request to .be appointed an -auxiliary of the shire fund was granted. In connection with a stock drive in the Ournie district it . was agreed to ask Mr. W. J. Nichols, jun., what steps had ibeen taken regarding the proposal to organise the drive and ...
LAVINGTON [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
LAYINGTON The door takings at the mask ball and euchre party, arranged by the Younger Set of the C.W.A., which was lield last Wednesday evening, were £10/12/0, but owing to heavy expendi ture the profit was only £4/10/. The euchre prizes were won by Mesdames W. Benzie, A. and S. Chant, Messrs. A. Chant and L. Cunningham. The Monte Carlo waltz went to 'Miss Thomas (Albury) and Pte. Johnston, and 'Miss / Thelma Chant and- partner were successful in the spot dance. Cpl. Groves won the lucky maslc pr.z3. Miss Gehrig won the competition for a cake, and Mr. P. Daly took the lucky door prize. During tho next morning, while tlie workers were clean ing the hall, a party, of 60 soldiers from the showground, who were rest ing during a route march, were treated to refreshments. Rain on Sunday morning amounted to 11 points. The fall was most benefi cial to newly sown market garden crops. _ . 'Peaches arc realising 6/ per half bushel case in Sydney. This is a satis factory price, considering that...
Young Branch Of A.L.P. Rebels MOVE TO FORM BREAKAWAY "COUNTRY LABOR PARTY" [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
Young Branch Of AJLPo /Rebels MOVE TO FORM - BREAKAWAY 'COUNTRY : LABOR PARTY' :'\y- / '£; ? .- In iaU probability : poIxticai' liistDi-y trii'i 'bo .''. miodo 'at ; the historic .town of Yoiuig once again, . 'wxiteB tlio publicity officer of Young branch of the A.L.P., for at a largely attended meeting of tlie branch Iield in the Southern Cress Hall last Wednesday niglit it was nnt-.nimousiy decided to defy the central cxocu tlvo' cf t£te..*A.L.P. and rev-bit; againat. . tneir action m taking tna . pry BsiezUon. of a Labor candiQ'atd'rdat of the hands of tho rank and file, and ma3dns .a S';ar Ciariiber appoint- . ment. - After practically: every member pre sent had voiced' his disapproval of the executive 's actioii, i t was unanimously resolved: 'That this branch refuses to support any candidate selected by the executive method of . selection, and this branch has 110 confidence in any candidate accepting - selection by the executive, this' resolution to -be for .warded to Mr. Cahi...
Christian Science Churches [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
Christian Science Churches ' 'Love' was the subject in all Churches of Christ, Scientist,-' on ? Sun day. The text was: 'Tho Lord liath appeared of ' old unto me, saying, '.Yea, ?I have, loved thee with an - everlasting . love: therefore with loving kindness have I drawn thee'' (Jeremiah 31:3). ? Ariiohg the* Bible citations comprising the lesson-sermon was the following: 'My little children, lot us not love in word,- neither .in . tongue; but in; deed and in truth'. (I John 3:18). The following passage from tho Christian Science, textbook, 'f Science and Health, with Key. to; -the, Scrip tures,' by Mary Baker Eddy, was also included: 'The vital part, .the heart and' soul - of Christian r. Science, is Love' (p. 113). 1 4» ? -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
... .. : ' The modern young woman has a place in the community undreamed of by an earlier generation. And with the new independence, have come wider interests and responsibilities. Under these new conditions, many a young business woman finds a cheque account necessary. She finds payment by chcque a great time and trouble saver. She appreciates— -as a business' woman — the system and efiicicncy of a chcque account, even when her business transactions arc on the most modest basis. . The friendly, personal cheque account service of the Rural Bank is available to all. Interest-bearing fixed deposits of from £5 upwards are also accepted. ?fc Use the Bank's Service Department to obtain general infor mation and statistics. Rest and writing facilities are provided ?for country visitors. The Service Department is -situated on the Ground Floor of the Head Office Building. RURAL ll\U OF NEW SOUTH WALES (9 P=====:^ ^ HEAD 0 FF I C E:-|||f|S MARTIN PLACE. SYDNEY Albury Branch ? Dean Street Mana...
Albury and District War Casualties KILLED IN ACTION Pte. A. G. Kendrick, Albury [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
Albury and District War Casualties - KILLED IN ACTION Pte. A. G. Kendrick, Albury First Albury soldier to be killed in this war was Pte. Alfred George Kendrick. Word that he had fallen in .action in the Western Desert was received this week, ^ ? ? Pte. Kendrick, who was 23 years of age, enlisted in June and had been abroad1 only four months. In letters to Albury friends indications wero that he was . not engaged in tlie attack T f ic nvnaiuiiarl ? f li n f at or around Tobruk. He' was reported missing more than a . week ago, but relatives still cung .to the hope that ho would be found alive. -He was the son of Mrs. A. C. Kendrick, Mitta gong, and he was employed by Mr. j Murdoch McKenzie, builder, Albury. I PTE. JACK DELANEY, WYALONG -WEST WYALONG.— Pte. Jack De laney, a resident of Wyalong, was killed in action in ' the . fighting at Tobruk on January 21. ' Tlie young soldier, who was . '2 8 years of age, is the first volunteer from -this district to make the supreme sacrifice in t...
POSTMASTER AND WAR CASUALTIES Will Inform Relatives Himself If Clergyman Not Available [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
POSTMASTER AND WAR ... CASUALTIES Will Inform Relatives Himself If Clergyman Not Available JUNEE. — Objecting, to tho riianncr in which relatives of soldiers are be-, ing informed of war casualties, ? the postmaster, Mr. W; E.' Jenkins, has taken it 011 himself to have clergymen break the news to persons concerned. If they are not available for this duty, lie has expressed , the intention of 'doin^g - it himself, rather ? than send out telegrams with messenger boys, which is the ordinary ' procedure. ? Mr. Jenkins is a returned, soldier, and during the last war/, his mother, was in -bed many weeks when, informed . of the death of another son.
"PAST MONTH MOST FAVORABLE" Chief Instructor's Monthly Crop Report [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
'PAST MONTH MOST FAVORABLE' ^ 9 Chief Instructor's Monthly Crop Report The past month has been most favorable, states Mr. G. C. Bartlett, the Chief Agriculture Instructor for the South East ern Riverina, in his monthly crop report issued this week. Usually we do not look for much rain during January and aiso it is not aesiraoie, ne said, 'but this is the exception where we have had 5i inches for the month and it has been extreme ly beneficial.' Prior to the end of December, we experienced one of the worst, dry seasons, on record, and by. the end of the year the position was serious, par ticularly from a stock point of view, continued the report. /. However, .between Christmas arid the New Year the dry spell broke with, a definitely 'beneficial ? fall of -14 inches of soaking rain spread over the best .part _ of' three days. This was followed after five days :with an ex cellent recording of 219 points spread over three days from January 2 to 4, a further 72 points 011 January 15 to 1...
25 YEARS AGO [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
. 25 YEARS AGO (From 'The Banner,' February . 11, .191G) London, February - 5., — -News, reached London from Ottawa at : ?? an early hour.' this morning that ; the- Dominion House .of Parlia ment was on fire. The library has been destroyed, and - the fire, at latest was still- defying the ?efforts', of the firemen to control it. ? ' Two explosions were lieard after the outbreak was observed. It is suspected that the- fire' is tlie ' result of , a . German plot. Mr. Martin Burrell, ' . Minister for . Agriculture, sustained burns on . the hands and face. Later.— So complete liag been the destruction of the Dominion House - of Parliament that only ? the skeleton of the buildings is : left' standing. ' All ' the aldermen, , with the exception, of Aid. Daniel, attend- . ed ii ' special meeting of tlio Albury ' Council 011 Wednesday night for the election of -Mayor. The * -mayoral-, allowance was fixed at '£100. ' The only nomination - / lodged was that of Aid. P. D._. Cu- Burrows, who wa...
From the Pages of the Past 50 YEARS AGO [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
x — ? ? 1 — — ? ? — yc From the Pages of the Past 50 YEARS AGO ' (From 'The Banner,' February 6, 1891) \i- .j»At ' a public meeting at Wo . , donga 011 -.Friday afternoon the .'-''following -resolution was' car . .VjBiqtl . unanimously: 'That tli.s meeting ? further pledges itself to . support the efforts of the Albury ... 'people to obtain .a formal reoog ;';jiiitiioii ? of- the claims, of ; that. town -\to;/i!bo solectcd as ?'the. Federal ??/Capital, and also- considers that, accordance with - .the/ sugges l-tup' of Sir Henry- Parkes. a por tion of the land should be re ? v served, or if nccessary resumed, on'-both sides of the Murray for . -1 Federal purposes. ? Tho half-yearly meeting of the Albury Brewing, and Malting OSxnpany took place on Friday .Riming at the Albion Hotel. ?,i|br;-vG.- H. Billson occupied' the ? 'chair.' The ' secretary read the : interim report and ; balance ? sheet, which showed that/ in spite, of a season rather unfavorable to the ? business, the trade ' ...
CHILTERN MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
GHILTERN MARKET There was a : record yarding., of sheep at the Chiltern. market , last Fri v day, January 31, and. buyers were in attendance from Melbourne and . sur rounding districts.' Watts,- . - Turnbull and Co. report:— ? A/c. Mrs. R; Curtin, pen . / crossbred . . wethers, 21/. , Est. J. T. Martin, weth ers,' 15/. J. Mcintosh, wethers,, 16/1, 13/7, 14/11, 11/5; lambs, 13/2, 10/7. .S. ? Goldsworthy, ;lambs, 11/6; - 7/. R. Goldsworthy, lambs,- 10/1. J. Byron, „ lambs, 11/11; - wethers, 13/11. . C.'- A. Oates, lambs, .10/1. J. .Mclnerney, lambs, 9/6. -Wr- H. - Martin, lambs, 14/6. Wl Conroyj lambs, 11/G. R. Gill ? ' man, ' lambs, 11/6.- J. Wldrd, pen 1year old ewes, 17/3. S: Goldsworthy, 1year old ewes, 17/;- old ewes, 10/ to 3/. ? Cattle. — Est. J. T. Martin, pen short horn, bullocks, £9/10/, £9/11/; ????: red poll bullocks, £10/11; pen bullocks, £9/13/. — J. ' Bdrr, vealers, £6/1/. G. :. Oates, steers, £5/10/. J. Horn, steers, ? : £6/15/;, cows, £6/3/. A. Senders, cowsy ? £8/8/....
DALGETY'S SPECIAL SHEEP SALE AT ALBURY [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
DALGETY'S SPECIAL SHEEP SALE AT ALBURY Dalgety and Co. Ltd. (inc. in Eng.) j held a successful special sheep sale at ' Albury on Thursday, January 30, when they yarded 25,800 local district-bred surplus sheep. Competition- was good and : '] was maintained throughout the sale, buyers being jpresent— from Geelong, j Wagga, Wellington, Dubbo, Tallan- '? gatta, Shopparton, 'Melbourne, Corowa, ; Holbrook, Jingellic and representatives ' from all local and widespread dis- ' tricts. ' ' 1 The quality of the yarding submitted was below the average for this time of the' year, ; and included a big per- J centage of aged sheep. The prices ;!? realised were firm on -ruling rates at s: all centres. Quotations:- — Romney cross eyres, 3i ^ yrs., Border Leicester and ? Shropshire ;? rams, 23/9; border -Leicester cross || owes, 1 yr. off, joined Border Leices- 'i ters, 22/8 from 19/7; crossbred ewes, | 3, 4 and 5 yrs., Shropshire rams join- !| ed, 14/7, lo/S to :16/6; crossbred .ewes, 1 yr, old, dry...
COMMERCIAL Continued HENTY STOCK MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
COMMERCIAL —Continued HENTY STOCK MARKET 1 ?Farmers and Graziers' Co-op. Co. Ltd., Albury, and J. II. Wehrnian and Co., Henty, report: — rW.e'-'-held : our monthly...' stock sale :of slieepf and cattle last Friday^- January .31, in our Henty ;saleyards. i. The yard ? ing was one of, the biggest '. seen- - at Henty for a good 'many years. We ihad first sale and, with' the . exception ot 330 sheep, the whole of the yarding of 7500 was sold to buyers who ?? were present from Melbourne, Wagga, Band, Albury, Wangaratta, Holbrook and all surrounding districts. . There was also a big , attendance of local sheepmen and . farmers. The quality of the yarding was from fair to good. . Breeding' ewe^ were in most supply. Several' pens of 'attractive: young; weth ors and dry crossbred ewes ? wore also yarctaftl, and commanded good competi tion. \f:Solid and steady competition contimied right through the . 'sale, and the market remained firm, : equal to the. high prices obtained . by. us ? a month...
Gundagai Property Has Wonderful Carrying Capacity [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
Gundagai Property Has Wonderful Carrying Capacity . ' That Gundagai is one of tlie soundest pastoral: and agricultural districts in the Commonwealth has ahvays been a .recognised fact. - Last year's activi ties on 'the 6500-acre property con trolled by Nangus. Pastoral Co., of which Mr. S. G. .Shopherd is tho man ager, is a striking example of the fer tility of the land in thesd parts. .Between .January nnd , December last year 1002 head of cattle were sold off Nangu's station, averaging a very good price por head. At the close of 1940 there wore still 925 head' of cattle on'j tho station. ; | Also grazing on tho . property1! throughout.' tlio' year were f l'ont' 1 lOjObO 'j: ?to- 12,000t hcad^ of sheep. -.-These figures']1 indicate that : tho property is oasily'i capablo of grazing up to five liead of j sheep -to the ' acre r- each : year. ,
Melbourne Wool Appraisements [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
Melboiiirne Wool Appraisements Goldsbrough, Mort and Co. Ltd. re port: — Included in our ' appraisement on January 31 were some well-known district wool' that opened up in fairly attractive order. Clips north - of tho river disclosed good bulk; and staple, and. were in dry condition; but, on the other hand, the usual bloom was lack ing. Wools from- the ; upper' Victorian districts,, although, in dry order, . evi denced the adverse season experienced, showing, some weakness,' - and - dust, more particularly in. tlio backs. ? Results included: — SB/BETI-IANA (Holbrook), aau li 21d,- aaa cblc h 20-Jd., aaa e 18}d., aaa obk lms ,l-7ifl. AIA/DUNOON ? (Holbrook), supMv 19-id., , siipj c 193d.,. aaa w 19d., aaa cbk 193d., bkn e 16 Ad., aa wnr 203d: AS/ GLEN NURSERY (Ruthorglon), aa x 17d., f x 15id. SS (in dia.) . (Spring- hurst); aaa cbk 163d., aaa f x -16Jd., aaa cblc h 17d.j' aa f x h 173d. WN/ PEE- (Rutherglen); aa mer 163d., _ka f cbk 16id. ; JK/MAYDALE (Rifthej. glen) : aaa f x 14 Jd...
Holbrook Sheep Sale [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
I | Holbrook Sheep Sale Dalgety and Company Limited (inc. in Eng.),' Holbrooke, report :-r— We held a successful sale, on Friday,' Janu ary 24, with a good, yarding : of fat and store sheep; There was a good attendance of buyers from , Temora, Wyalong, Narandera, Tlie- Rock,' Wagga Wagga, Orange and Albury. The total clearance of 16,000 was effected and principal .prices were as follows:— Polwarth wethers, 2 and 3 years, 13/2; crossbred wethers, 2 years, fat, 18/1; Corriedale wethers, 3 years off, good condition, 16/4; Corriedale wethers, fat, 3 years, 13/2; Corriedale wethers, good condition,' 3 years, 11/10; Corriedale wethers, 1 to 2 years, good condition, 11/; merino wethors, 3,' 4, and 5 years, 12/6; Cor* riedale ewes,' 2-tooth, .dry, good condi tion, 19/; Corriedale ewes, 5 years, good condition 13/; crossbred ewes, 1 year, good condition, 16/; crossbred owes, 3, 4 and 5 years, dry, 10/7; Lincoln merino cross ewes, 6 - years, joined to B.'L./ rams November, ? 11/; cross CvTCs,...
Satisfactory Sheep and Lamb Sale WODONGA FORTNIGHTLY MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
Satisfactory Sheep and Lamb Sale WODONGA FORTNIGHTLY MARKET Highly satisfactory prices were re ceived for sheep and lambs at the usual fortnightly market in the Wodonga Municipal Yards on Wed nesday. Prime light and medium weight lambs were very firm to dearer. Heavy 'lambs, however, were de finitely cheaper, pro.bably due to ex port restrictions, 'but in the sheep section values were 1/6 'better. The yarding of 1126 head was made up of a very few pens of good quality lambs, a few pens of good quality young wethers ana odd pens of ewes in store condition. There was a fair . attendance of buyers, which included 'both local and metropolitan trade, , . and competition was generally active. ? Prices por lb., exclusive of skin and offal: Best, quality .lambs, 5 id. to ?5fd.j medium quality, -.5 d. Quotations :— Prime- sucker lambs, 18/ to 20/, medium 15/10 to 16/11, lightweights from 12/2; jprime shorn lambs,- 17/1'Os to 20/, medium 14/6 to 16/7, lightweights from 10/10, small and plain ...
Prime Lightweight Cows and Vealers 15/- Better STORE CATTLE PRICES ALSO RISE WODONGA FORTNIGHTLY CATTLE MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
Prime S^ig' I it w€a i g'l it Cows and Vealers 15/- Better ? B ? STORE CATTLE PRICES ALSO RISE WODONGA FORTNIGHTLY CATTLE MARKET Prices generally were better for all classes of cattle at the fortnightly market in the Wodonga municipal yards on Tuesday. Good quality fat cows and vealers were from 10/ to 15/ better and bullocks were sold at prices equal to and better than the last market. A good clearance of store cattle was effected at prices ranging from firmer to 15/ per head higher than previous sales. Dairy cattle and bulls, however, were slightly easier to firm. '.The yarding of 467 fat cattle con sisted of drafts of bullocks, cows and lieifers, with a lighter offering of choppers. There were several pens of good' vealers. ? Melbourne and Sydney firms were . represented in the fair attendance of buyers, and the sale opened to keen competition for all classes, and re ., mained active throughout the day. Prices for beef per 100 lb.: Prime ox and prime light-weight beef,- 46/ to .4...