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ORANGE MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941

ORANGE MARKET McNeilly, Crampton and' Martin' Pty. Ltd. report on sales at Orange or. Thursday, January 30: — :'* ' .CATTLE.— About 300, which, with the exception of a few prime pens, were mainly plain cow and heifer beef. Generally, a poor yarding for the trade. Market opened' 10/ easier for all classes, but improved slightly as sales progressed and a total clear ance was made. Only odd pens of store cattle, which sold at late rates. Quotations: — Bullocks, £12J to £18 16/; steers, £10 to £14/1/; cows, ? to -£12/16/; heifers, £8/1/ to £10/3/; vealers and young cattle, £5 to £8. ' - ?SHEEP.— About 9000; smallest pen ning for some time. Only a fair showing of fats; mainly old ewes and wethers, odd pens good lambs. 'Big attendance buyers. Market slightly easier for lanibs, but all other descrip tions remained on last week's level. Stores comprised -mainly old ewes and wethers, few pens merino and cross bred lambs. Poor yarding, but not withstanding this the market showed a decided ris...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941

DEATH!!! to RABBITS & FOXES © STRYCHNINE: Hulles or Burroughs Wellcombe — Powder or Crystal Bcdrock Prices : Any Quantity. e Wiilson White's Pharmacy ? Dean' Street, Albury PHONE 161

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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Albury Boy Wins R.A.S. Scholarship SPLENDID SCHOOL ACHIEVEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941

Albury Boy Wins 1 R.A.S. Scholarship SPLENDID SCHOOL ACHIEVEMENTS: Bruce Edmund Bartlett, aged 16 years, of David-street, Al bury, has been awarded the Royal Agricultural Society scholarship entitling him to three years at Hawkesbury Agricultural College. Bruce was notified this week of the award of the scholarship, which is conducted every three years, over the whole State, and he commenced at the Hawkesbury College on Wednesday. I BRUCE ±sajaxjLiETT -Son of the Chief Agricultural In structor for South-eastern Riverina;. 'Mr. G. C. Bartlett, H.D.A., Bruce came to Albury with his parents when two years old:' He- commenced his educa tion when six years old at the Albury Rural School. When 12 years old lie entered . the Albury High -School, after topping the class at tlie- Rural School in his last year. He gained his intermediate cer tificate -when. 15 years old' with the splendid pass, of seven A's and two B's. One '. of the Bypasses was '.'.only, one per cent, under the A pass. This...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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Albury Athletic Carnival PROSPECTS BRIGHT FOR SUCCESSFUL FUTURE Australian Cycling Championship To Be Staged [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941

Albury Athletic Carnival —I, i ? 1 PROSPECTS BRIGHT FOR SUCCESSFUL -FUTURE Australian Cycling Champion ship To Be Staged Splendid entries have -been re ceived by Albury Athletic Club for its fourth annual carnival to he held on February 15. The secretary (Mr. J. G. King) said yesterday that he was pleased with tho response and prospects for tho success of the carnival were excellent. A feature of this year's carnival is; that j the five-mile professional 'cycle charcjgjpnsh:p of Australia will be decided during -ftflP^night | session, when 20 selected champions Srom nil parts of Australia will provide one of the most thrilling exhibitions of this spectacular sport ever ' witnessed in Riverina. -;In .-.addi-: | tion, the rich whcelrace of £G0 will bo an- - other of -the plums for visiting cyclists. , GUYATT A COMPETITOR ' Recognised as the greatest cyclist in. Aus tralia, if ? not - the world's best, -. young Billy Guyatt. : of Melbourne, - is . expected Jtj be visiting Albury to par...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUCCESSFUL GYMKHANA AT OAKLANDS [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941

SUCCESSFUL GYMKHANA i AT OAKLANDS | OAKLANDS. — The annual gymk hana, held at Oaklands on January 2'7, in aid of R.S.S.I.L.A. and the Bush Nursing Association- funds, proved very successful. Results of events were:— Girls ' Bending Race (horse), Miss Pat Duncan; best pony (14.2), B. Nixon; 'boys', bending race (horse), B. Nixon; trot, P. Delany 1, J. -Shields 2 ; tilting at ring, N. Kuscliert; ibest , nmw t~\ 9.V riino Vioof (rirl J. rider (16 and under), Miss C. Maslin; musical chairs (car), Kyles Webster. Pony Race (14.2), Jack Nixon (R. Kuschert, owner) ; furlong , dash, Donnybrook (J. Nixon, jun), Returned Soldiers' Cup, Green Sparg (J. Nixon, jun.); open bending race, Robert Nixon; girls' flag race, Miss J. Ar.my tage; boys' .flag race, Eobert Nixon; guessing weight of sheep, S. L.- Ken- nedy and W. II. Prior; musical chairs (horses), J. Fisher. .' , Throwing at wicket, A. L. Harvie; ladies' musical chairs 1 (horses), Miss Armytage; .pony race; 1 (prize donated by Mr. Iverr), L...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BORDER CROSSING REGULATIONS Support For Uniformity Offered [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941

BORDER CROSSING - REGULATIONS ? ? ? Support For Uniformity Offered ? ? t Albury Council is to give the Wakool Shire Council full co operation in its endeavors .- to . correct the lack of uniformity ' in the regulations concerning} the crossing of the border- be tween N.S.W. and Victoria. A letter, was received- from the Wakool Council at a meeting of the Albury Council on Wednesday nignt. The Parliamentary representative for Albury is to be asked to give every as sistance in having the many anomalies that exist at the border rectified. Similar assistance was recently given by the Hume Sliire Council, and from a reply received by. that council from the Minister for Transport it would appear that the matter' is al ready being investigated by the various States. The main difficulty at the nio.ment is the third-party insurance | regulations which exist in Victoria and j not in N.S.W. | The Wodonga Shire Council also de cided to co-operate at its meeting on Wednesday. j

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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"BARGE AT NOREUIL PARK WOULD BE EXCELLENT" But Many Difficulties To Overcome, Says Municipal Engineer [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941

'BARGE AT NOREUIL PARK WOULD BE EXCELLENT' \ ' ? s ? ? But Many Difficulties To Overcome, ... Says Municipal Engineer Although , he agreed that the provision of, a barge or platform in the middle of the Murray at Noreuil ? Park, as suggested in 'The Banner' last week, would be excellent, the municipal engineer (Mr. J. Sarvaas) said .this week that there would be many difficulties to overcome. Principal difficulty would be moor ing tho barge in . midstream, he said, as the river at this spot has a ' shift-' ing bottom, while- to moor it., to tho banks would place , too great - a strain on the cables or chains which would be necessary. ? 'Another way of fixing the barge or platform might also- bo by driving piles in the bed of the river and fix ing the; barge between .tliem. This, too, would result in many difficuties as, jn addition to the hi,g'h cost of driving the piles and the uncertainty of where the bottom of the bed was, they would have to bo very high out of- the- water; to al...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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READERS [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941

READERS I If every reader would post each issue of the 'Banner' containing Beverley Bax ter's article, they would quicken public interest to a full appreciation of the urgent need for complete understanding of moment ous world issues. Post a copy of To-day's 'Albury Banner' to a Friend

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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STILL THINKS ROUTE SHOULD BE CONSTRUCTED "A VALUABLE PURPOSE WOULD BE SERVED": Mr. T. J. Collins [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941

STILL THINKS NOTE SHOULD BE CONSTRUCTED t ? ' ' ' /? 'A VALUABLE PURPOSE WOULD BE SERVED': Mr, T. J. Collins Mr. T. J. Collins, Minister in Charge of / External Territories, and Federal member for Hume, who visited Albury this week, expressed the opinion that the direct route to Bonegilla should be con structed, despite adverse reports on the necessity AVA lit 'I am still of the opinion that a valuable purpose would be served by the construction of this route,' he said. 'In the the first'instance, because of the tremendous saving in petrol that this shortened route would undoubtedly bring about.' Mr. Collins agreed that as the camp would be permanent, it was necessary to take advantage of any route that would shorten, the distance so greatly to the camp's nearest large town. By the construction of the route, ?which is via the 'bridge near the waterworks, across the island and Ryan's Creek, a saving of se'ven miles would' he made in the distance from Albury to the camp, while the pre...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941

v; ] ' Feel Iteally Qtte*±. ©web. at 52 Keep that priceless asset of youthful brightness and energy by keeping your system healthy — always. Take Chamberlain's Tablets when nature 'needs helD — to gently stimulate peris- . - talsis and so keep the intestinal tract r . tree ot health-destroying poisons. Chamberlain's Tablets help prevent sluggish liver, constipation, indigestion,. . flatulence and bad breath. They act on' liver and bowels safely and surely. At all chemists and stores. Small size, 1/7. Family size — containing 2-\ times the quantity — 3/1. A Chamberlain's to-night

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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NO REDUCTION IN SPORTS GROUND FEE FOR TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941

NO REDUCTION IN SPORTS GROUND FEE FOR TENNIS ATbury Council was not prepared to reduce the charge of £30 fixed . for the sportsground for the Easter Tennis Tournament. This was de cided at the council meeting on Wed-; nesday aiglit. - The Albury and Border Lawn: Ten nis Association wrote to the council ?asking it to review tho charge of £30, otherwise tho 'association- .would be compelled 'to run the tourney- on other courts. ? [ : They would 'guarantee £1.0,- and if receipts warranted it they would be pleased to -increase ' the 'amount/. -The 1 letted added that since making the application', the association has decided to share . half -the 'profits with the Bed j Cross Society, , / |

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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OBITUARY LORD LLOYD [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941

OBITUARY L&RD LLOYD 'i, .'LONDON-, . Thursday. — Tho ? death occurred on. Wednesday of Lord Lloyd, Secretary of State for the Colonies. He was 61 years of age. Lord- Lloyd was a keen student of i Dominion -politics, and had travelled extensively. ; In the last war. hie . served in Egypt, i. Gallipoli and Mesoptoamia, was mentioned in despatches six 'times, and was . awarded the D.S.O. I-Iis son, Hon. Alexander Lloyd, succeeds to the title.': ' MR. A. TURNBULL One of tho best known identities m Wagga/ Mr. Alexander Turnbull, aged 91 years/' of Forsyth-street, 'lied in ' private hospital in ; Wagga on Tues day after' a short illness. Boru al Violet Town (Vic.), ;he was the oldest son, of the -late Mr. ;and Mrs. William Turnbull,- '''of that town. ..A. typical pioneer, he farmed at Gunmain to nine years, ? Tumba rumba for . foui years, and- had lived in Wagga for the fast, l 6 years. . In the 'early days he ?mec -with1.- -groat; success on tlio. i ace track* particularly at Bcn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941

I FIRST WEEK-END OF - - IAIEL CLAY'S SUfflfflEijH | BUY NOW AND SAVE 1 ! J$* \ OPENING DAY BARGAINS WILL BE REPEATED WHEREVER POSSIBLE *1 IMp* W 0'«L fc* ? 39/11, 49/11' Berlei CORSETS ?? % ^ J- ' Berlei Wrapons, Stepins and omhi /-?- '% & *' V ~'i Back Lacing 'Corsets, in Satin, m8|8 j W%M$$A y.- -y ' ' * ' Bochure, etc. Assorted sizes, gil ®~Z~ / „ I 5 from 26 to 34. Not one of ^ / I ^ TK ' ' v') these Corsets usually sold for 111 111 / 1 A, r£5-«p£\ less than 32/6.. At Mabel ||§ ra ||sj fmwM I J A Clay's 'Summer Sale, 15/. Sorry, IS hLMh 1 No Mail Orders. 1 4] 29'/31 Tropical Hopsack Slacks I Man . Tailored Slacks,- madf a iyh%d& fy3 from Tropical Hopsack. All 1SS1 / a I ^ 1ir,'; sizes. Ideal for hiking Hi (M 111 / I Pf or beach wear. Grey and Blue ffl §|S [f|l / 1 I ^ Grey tonings, with and with- l|j \|iy||j / I \ rh *OHic^ .out cuff bottoms. Usually gj n | I \ '4 '9/11. Mabel Clay's Summer i | §1 ||| I \ F le, 19/11 pair ! OB 'W H B I \k*A^y-'- 12/H ' Colorfast ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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SOWING OF SUBTERRANEAN CLOVERS [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941

SOWING OF SUBTER RANEAN CLOVERS ; Subterranean clover should be sown as early as possible in the autumn; it should be top-dressed in the late autumn, or early winter' months with 1 cwt. of superphosphate per acre each year or at least every second year to give best results. Being an annual, it must be allowed to: form seed about November; other wise it will be considerably thinned out of the pasture. ? Under ordinary conditions of stocking, however, run ners of subterranean clover set suffi cient seed under the soil to maintain It in a pasture for all: time. Subterranean clover should be lightly stocked during its first year's .growth, .In order to enable the runners to-be-' :ome well grown and form plenty of ?cod. | The intervening spaces between the plants are ? then quickly covered, [f heavily stocked before the runners ire well established, many plants will oe pulled up and destroyed. '.„??? 'Sowing should be at the rate of 3 to t lb; per acre if sown alone. If sown '.n a pastur...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941

FIRST WEEK-END OF - - MABEL CLAY'S SUMMER SALE [ j DOZENS OF MEW LINES HAVE BEEN BROUGHT FORWARD AFTER OUR AMAZING OPENING DAY [?] 4/11 English Continental & American ,«% / ' SILK GLOVES - - - Pair ®J / These are extraordinary value which you should not miss. Oddments in A W B 0 Smart Pull-on Gloves, elastic and button wrists. 'White, Navy, Black .mM 1 |j and Beiges. Assorted sizes. Usually 4/11 and 5/11. Mabel Clay's flflBflgEH Summer Sale, 3/11 pair. BE EARLY ON THURSDAY ! FULLY FASHIONED SILK HOSE g* I .. EVERY PAIR GARANTEED PERFECT \JP / i Semi Sheer Silk Hose,' in five delightful shades. Every pair guaran- ®| ]§§ |j H ^ teed perfect. Ideal for -business wear, 8 Jin.-lOin. Usually 4/11. raflpw § i /kL Mabel Clay's Summer Sale, 3/11 £ pair. Be certain ! Buy several pairs ! 1/11 2/6 CMMs? 4 and 1 SOCKS I 500 Pairs of Children's Half and Three-quarter Socks, in Silk. Lisle ecM / and Wool. All colors. Sizes 00-8. Usually 1/11 and 2/6. Mabel / Clay's Summer Sale, 1/ pair. Do...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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Holbrook Shire MONTHLY MEETING OF DIRECTORS Cr. McLaurin Congratulated [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941

Holbrook Shire MONTHLY MEETING OF DIRECTORS Cr. McLaurin Congratulated HOLBROOK. — The monthly meeting of the Holbrook Shire Council , was attended by Crs. John; Ross (presi dent), J. P. Nyhan, J. R. Ross, J. '0. Bowler, T. E. Kendall, A. R. McLaurin, C. Y. Nolan, J. R. Woodhouse, Messrs. II. A. Roberts: (clerk), J. E. Beck (engineer), K. J. McRae . (health . and general inspector), E. Pabst (impound inn* The president extended to Cr. McLaurin congratulations on his attaining his &lst year, his birthday being on the day of the meeting. He said he was very -pleased to see what a wonderful: state of health Cr. McLaurin was still enjoying. He wished him the -best in the future and asked that the ibest wishes be also conveyed to Mrs. McLaurin. In reply, 'Cr. McLaurin thanked his fellow councillors sincerely for then kind remark's and best wishes. As well as . being* Jiis birthday, lie' said, it was also his wedding day, lie having been 56 years married. The prosi'dent extended ;...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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Bacterial Spoilage Of Milk and Cream [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941

Bacterial Spoilage Of Milk and Cream Milk and cream are readily perishable foodstuffs, and it is only as the result of careful treatment on the farm that they reach receiving depots in choicest condition. Since, in many instances, deterioration is due to the growth of micro organisms, some knowledge of what bacteria are, where they live, and how they may be destroyed is essential to dairymen. Too small to be seen without the aid of a powerful microscope, bacteria aro the smallest plants known to science. I-Iowcver, unlike ordinary green plants, tliey do ' not derive tlieir' energy directly from the sun but from the dead bodies of other plants or animals, or, often, from plant or animal secretions, e.g., milk. Bacteria have neither roots, stems, branches nor leaves; tliey are 'simply' single, un differentiated cells, sometimes joined together in chains, aud in the great majority of cases, arc either cylindri cal (pencil-shaped) or spherical like a billiard ball. Their mode ? of propa...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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100 PER CENT. SCHOOL PASS [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941

100 PER CENT. SCHOOL PASS COROWA. — It was revealed when tho Corowa I.I-I. . School opened on Tuesdayv of last , week1 that there had been- 100 per: cent, pass in the number of candidates for. the intermediate and. leaving certificates examinations. tStaff changos include tlie following: Mrs. II. D. Evans, M.Ec. (Syd.), B.Educ. (Melb.), of Bonibala, has suc ceeded Miv L. A. Swan as headmaster; 'Miss ;; V.' , Hood, B. Sc., lias replaced Miss C. Robertson, ?.'Miss A. Wilson has taken Miss fiicri's place; ' and Mr. R,. C. Ralphs lias replaced Mr. Buchanan.- Mr. Pickett, manual teacher, has been transferred to. Single ton I.I-I.' School, but- his successor is yet known. - ;

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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NITRATE-NITRITE POISONING OF STOCK [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941

NITRATE-NITRITE - P0JSONING OF STOCK .... Since reference in a recent issue to : cases of stock poisoning due to po^s sium -nitrate and,- nitrite occurring naturally in certain plants; states a note in the '.'Agricultural Gazette,' it has been reported that 240 head of. . best shorthorn breeders on a large sta tion. in the- Quirindi district were poisoned and 1 died , as a result of graz ; ing on thistle1' which had sprung up following the recent rains'. At other ? stations on tlie . Liverpool Plains the ; ; thistles have made very rapid growth following rain, and losses have also occurred. Experiments carried out some time ago by the Poison Plants Committee of the University -of ^Sydney and the . Department, of Agriculture showed that when a quantity of dried varie , gated thistle containing 12.1 per cent. . of potassium , nitrate was mixed' with ? water . and heated overnight a large . amount of the more toxic potassium nitrite was formed. When the extract and some of the dried pl...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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SPECIAL "AUSTRALIA SPEAKS" PROGRAMME [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941

SPECIAL 'AUSTRALIA SPEAKS' PROGRAMME On (Sunday night, at 9.15, a special programme has been arranged by J. Walter Thompson, advertising agent, _of Sydney, for : the Australia Speaks' programme, which is relayed to 2 AY from . 2 CH, the A. W. A. key station in .Sydney. The: Australia Speaks programme, which is heard every Sunday night, has been particularly successful since it was started some months ago. Its main purpose is to tell the peopls just what Australia is doing' in tho war effort, and to cultivate a greater unity among the people.

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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