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IN THE WORLD OF WOMEN SEEN in the shops For the "After the Holidays" Shopper [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
IN THE WORLD OF WOMEN ? ? CONDUCTED BY 'BARBARA' SEEN in th& -dwpA ? ? For the 'After the 3 ' 1 Holidays' Shopper ^FTER a brief interval in which I had not visited the ~ ' Albury shops, I was glad to find that they are as lovely and as economical as ever and that progressive business houses are showing goods as attractive and practical as they; - did before the holidays. ; Frocks in various styles attracted niost of my attentiofp -f - this week. JJOWEVEOR, before I tell you any thing, about these frocks I am; going to deal with a subject not pre viously mentioned in this article., I refer to the delicacies to be -found in Mate's grocery section. Every housewife knows the con venience of the many spreads, -savoury ingredients, meats, fruits, etc., which are ready for immediate use, especially' during these hot days when - the pre paration of a tasty meal is - often tedious. However, an appetising nutritious meal can be prepared quick ly and easily with the aid of; these prese...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
\ Misses. Pat Kyle and Valrie Hen ri ekson,' who were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.1 B. A. Smith, have returned to Sydney. a Mr. and (Mrs. H. G. Wenke motored to Temo'ra- to attend tho marriage on New Year's Day of their soil, Stanley, to Miss Schmidt, of Temora. tfhey were accompanied by Miss . Gladys Wenke and Mr. ; G. Brown. ? ? ? ? ',V ii' 'J'' ? Police Promotions. — The following: police promotions were announced in . Sydney: — Constable to bo constable first-class: S. P. W. Lawler, Jugiong: B,. L. Allan, Albury. . ' N
BROCKLESBY [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
BROCKLESBY A large -crowd saw the New Year in\it a dance organised toy the cricket and tennis clubs. Dancers from How long, Moorwartha, Burrumbuttock, Walbundrie and Balldale districts were well represented. Visitors from Syd ney, Melbourne and Brisbane were also present. The door takings amounted to £18. A Monte Carlo waltz was won by Mr. W. Merkel and Mrs. E. Finemore. Preparations are being made for the annual open handicap tennis tourna ment on Anniversary Day. There will be three events — men's, women's and mixed doubles. '.Mr. and Mrs. F. Traversy, of Syd ney, and family spent Christmas and New Year witlr Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Ziebarth, 'Caltliorpo.' Staying as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. Koscliitzke, 'Belvoir, ' is Miss N. Lowe, of St. Kilda. 'Mr. and Mrs. H. Bishop, with their throe sons, Jim, Colin and Les, spent;, a camping holiday in theUppei' Mur ray-
LAVINGTON [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
LAVINGTON Mrs. G. Buchhorn and her daughters are spending a holiday in Melbourne. Mr. G. F. Smith, who was operated on for appendicitis last Friday, is making a speedy recovery. - . Mrs. S. Fraser, with her sons, Les, Pat and Colin, visited relatives at Hay and Condoblin. Mrs. Cecil Polkinghorne is spending it iiuixuity in jxLviuuiiriiu. Mrs. Moore, Wagga-road, had a family gathering for the holidays. Her Quests were Mr. and Mrs. Aub Moore, Windsor; Mr. and Mrs. Jamas Moore and Mr. Ted Moore, Glen 'Val- ley; Mr. Norman Moore, Fitzroy; and Miss Nicholson, Brunswick. Mr. and Mrs., L. G. Oakinan, Ade long, and their spas, Neville ai#d Bob, spent a holiday with Mrs. Oakinan 'a sister, Mrs. F. Whitin/. . . jMr. Pat Carstens, .Melbourne,: visit ed his brother, Hovac-3, last week. Mr. P. Bourke, , Bericlavoi ill, broke his return journey' from Brisbane to spend a few days with Mr. ar.d Mrs. Alf. Griffiths. ? ? Mr. and Mrs. W. Mongan liave taken up residence' in tlieir now home in Union-lan...
RAIN SAVES FRUIT CROPS AT LAVINGTON [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
RAIN SAVES FRUIT CROPS AT LAVINGTON LAVINGTON. — The long v drought definitely broke last Thursday and Friday. The registration on Friday morning, was- 106 points and on Satur^ day, 170,, making the total (including the 128 points which fell on Saturday last), since the ' break, 404 points. All household tanks were filled, and while some dams overflowed :. others were only a ; quarter replenished. Or chards received the best summer rain for three years. ' Peaches made a won derful resjionso. and the . plum ;?? and prune crops, wero saved. There is every chanco now that the apple and pear crops will attain avcniigo sizo and quality. A great impetus was given ; ito tho sowing and planting of nuirket jgtirden crops. Late tomato crops are making splendid growth. If excessive heat is not experienced, .pastures will make good progress. A side; line to the rains was a crop of . mushrooms,- Bee keepors report a , splendid honey flow this season. Never : has the bush flora been so plentiful....
Christian Science Churches [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
Christian Science Churches God was the subjcct in all Churches i of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday.1 - The j Golden; test was: 'Praise waiteth- for thee, O God, in Sion: and unto thee i shall the vow be performed. ; O thou that liearest : prayer, - unto thee shall all i flesh come.' Psalms 65: 1, 2. Among the ' Bible citations , comprising - the I Lesson-sermon was the ^.following: . — ' ' Have' we 1 not all one father? v hath not one . God created . -us? ' , Malachi 2:10. The following passage from the Christian Scienco Textbook, ' Science and Health, with Key. to tlie Scrip tures, ' ' bj'' Mary Baker Eddy, - was also included: 'Spirit duly feeds ' and i clothes every object, as -it .appears -in the line : of spiritual creation, ' thus tenderly expressing , the fatherhood and m'otherhood of God.' p. 507.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
FARRAH'S I NEW YEAR ii 4 BIG SPECIALS j:j ? ; i J THEY CAN'T LAST — THEY CAN'T BE REPEATED AND i THEY ARE BELOW PRE-WAR PRICES ! j !i i | 29/11 Big Special No. 1 !! DAINTY FLORAL SILK | FROCKS j'i Smart Styles, New Patterns, '.[ . '* All Sizes. 15/11 ! 49/6 Big Special No. 3 j GRAFTON ANTI-SHRINK SILK FROCKS ]) lit Exclusive New J':iUorn.s and f'j Ktvlcfi. All Sizes. 29/11 35/ Big Special No. 2 GRAFTON ANTI-SHRINK j: FLORAL FROCKS They are Famous and Well Known. j; All Sizes. ? I 19/11 15/11 Big Special No. 4 v OUR RANGE OF j: MILLINERY || Is Large ami Smart, in all J' Shades. I 9/11 j FARRAH'S, Dean Street, Albury j RITZ BALLROOM DEAN STREET, ALBURY SATURDAY OLD TIME DANCE TDOYD'S PAND— E. Boyd, piano; J. Bell, violin; Les Pogaon, sax; S. Graeber, trumpet; Eric Foley, banjo; Arthur Burton, bass fiddle; A. Phibbs, drums. Ern. Hillier, M.C. The Ritz Is Always Good
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
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Queen Sees London's Defences King Cheered by Dockyard Workers [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
Queen Sees London's ? ? — King Cheered by Dockyard Workers Queen Elizabeth places her hands on the sandbags and leans forward to listen intently to a Tonnny's explanation of his -work during a visit to London's anti-aircraft defences. EVERY BRITISH EMPIRE MAN WILL FIGHT Into the breech of a light field gun goes a shell as Australian troops finish their training in Britain. More of the British Empire's troops are nearly ready to take their stand in the front line of freedom's battle. Britain's King Sees Anti-Aircraft Defences Outstanding !jucce:;iiu;-j have been achieved by Britain's anti aircraft defences against German aeroplanes. One of the posts here receives a visit from King George, who is interested in the work of the sound detectors, King George was paying a visit to men of the Royal Navy in Britain, hut the dockyard workers also came into the picture when they met and cheered their King. Drill instruction for one of the many thousands of British girls being trained in arms p...
WE SHALL NOT FORGET [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
WE SHALL MOT FORGET I ^HE King and Queen have endured i the ordeal which has come to their subjects. Several times German bombers tried to bring death and destruction to the home of Their Majesties, I The King's reply in his message to the Cabinet was calm and dignified. 'Like so many other Deole we have now i had a personal experience of German barbarity.' Again and again the German radio and Press have declared that our be loved King and Queen were preparing to leave the country. ? When the repetition of that lis could I be 'circulated no longer the Germans I planned to murder the Sovereign and 1 his Consort who would not leave their I post of duty. We shall not forget. The mounting charge of civilisation against the Nazis is heavier for this crime. The King, like his father, has set an example to every citizen of the country and the Empire. When this war is over the common i danger which King George and Queen j Elizabeth have shared with their people j will be a cherished memory ...
LOCKHART [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
LOCKHART After a brief recess over the Christ mas and New Year holidays matches ? for the IJuell Shield were resumed last Sunday when Milbrulong ehal- V lenged the holders, Loekhart. The. ' home team had the first use of the wickets and: was dismissed for 210, of which Banfield scored 98. Milbrulong'. replied with 100'. Next Sunday Lock- y hart will play Galore. The most bountiful rains since last April fell during the week-end, when most parts of the. district recorded falls in exceis of an inch. Some of the eastern parts recorded more than two inches. Already a green shoot is in evidence and good autumn feeds seem assured. Supplies of water in dams, which were getting very low on many farms, have now been complete ly replenished. The dry season last year allowed of very little fallowing and .farmers are now trying to make up the leeway by preparing for this year's sowing..
CHILTERN [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
CHILTERN Mr. E. Hollow, of Neilborough East'j is 'the guest of Mrs. E'. M, Harvey^ 'Moruya, ' Nickless-street. Mr. and Mrs; JJ Keiiiiedv: ha,ve rc-- turned from tHeir rtfhiHU vtHib spent in Sydney arid the filtle Miiitd4 tains. _ . , . r , Mr. and Mrs. 'L. S. Bakery Mel bourne, were the guests of Mrs'i Baker 's parents, Mr. aiid 'ivtrsi , J. Mclnerny,. 'Eose Hill,' Indigo. Mrs. Mclnerny accompanied her visitors oa their return to Melbourne} where she will spend a holiday^ Mr. Tony Grieve, of jthe' Naval Sup ply Office, Sydney, has been renewing acquaintances with his old Chiltern friends. He, is staying with his sister, Mrs. T. Muicaliy, Nickless-street. Corporal- Gordon 'Byron, of the 8 th Light 'Horse, who recently was pro moted, has left to attend a 94 days' camp at Geelong. Pte. Bernard Watson, granthW of Mr. and Mrs. A. Watson, Nickless street,, won the middleweight boxing championship at Hamilton 'Camp 're- . ???' cently, and ihas left the trophy in his grandparents' care for ...
TUMBARUMBA [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
TUMBARUMBA ' I a The Bev. H. ?&. Prenter is month's holiday leave, which is being1^ spent in a motoring tour of the State. At a special meeting of the Tumba rumba Urban Committee, Mr. A. C. Brennan was elected chairman for 1941. Mr. G. Lauder, who has been chairman for three years, would not ..v aecept nomination for a further term. Mr. F. J. Purkiss and Mrs. Purkiss and their two small daughters are spending a holiday at Warragul (yjjityt where they have relatives. ~vv \
ALMA PARK [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
I ALMA PAftK A fai'ewell .evening was tendered Privates F. Fischer, J. Bryce and T. Watson. The evening': was arranged by the Alma Park-Walla Subdivision Patriotic Committee. Miss D. Lieschlce and Mr. L. Schneider were the win ners of a competition, and- Mr. T. Watson won a cake. At suoner Mr. H Shoemark presided and .wished the boys luck and a safe returji. He was supported by Messrs. Meyer, Fox, Kot , zur and McEwen. Mr. Shoemark pre sented each guest with an inscribed vvallet and notes, and. Mrs. Crawley, on behalf of the Sherwyn Patriotic Committee and the Alma Park Bed CJross, handed each soldier a parcel of comforts. A happy evening was spent at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Kotzur, vvhen members of the Alma Park L.Y.P.S. tendered a farewell evening ;o Private F. Fischer, a former .mem lor. Bev. J. Stolz, on behalf of the ocal congregation, presented him with devotional book. Mr. F. Lieschlce, -n bolialf of the L.Y.P.S., handed the juest a wristlet watch, and Mr. W. Lieschke,...
WOOMARGAMA [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
WOOMARGAMA Mrs. G. A. Dyball and her daughter. are spending a holiday an Melbourne. Mr. and Mrs. Jordan have returned to Wollongong after staying with their son at the school house here. Miss G. Cox is in Melbourne. Mr. arid Mrs. Williams and their small son have returned to Melbourne after visiting relatives here. . Mr. and Mrs. F. Furze motored to Melbourne to spend a holiday. jvir. ana ivirs. ir. u x-rien uavo re turned to Melbourne after staying with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Walker here. Mrs. L. W. (Beazley and her ? two children have returned home after visiting Culcairn. i Last week 408 points of rain fell here.'
IN THE WORLD OF WOMEN. Continued A Letter From Barbara [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
IN THE WORLD OF WOMEN. -Continued A Letter Froin Barbara ? ? / ? ? ? : ? - ? k . _i ? ? ? ; ? ? F^EAR READERS, — Well, here we are again, with the holidays behind us, and the long work-a-day year stretching ahead. I hope all my readers* have spent a happy .. time during the past weeks and that they are all well and , eager to face 1941 with a cheerful determination to 'see things through.' I wish to address a message to all those readers of our Letter Box who have never written in. I extend to those readers a personal greeting and an invitation toi become one of mil* happy band of correspondents. You may enjoy- .the L'ejaSkr Box — in fact I am sure you do; — but you will be really thrilled to see your own letters in print, and to receive ' personal messages from f 'How writers. ~ . ' t Not only will you receive infinite [pleasure, but you will have . the 'pri- vilege of sending in any query, of any Y nature, and it will bo. answered ^through this Page, either ,by myself or ' by othe...
Plows Drawn By Oxen [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
Plows Drawn By Oxen FLORENCE. — The trip from Rome was very beautiful. 'Twas a lovely morning once more and the countryside was at its best. Crops, lovely and green, and fruit blossom everywhere. We had the snow clad Apennines on one side all the way and moun tains on the other side too for quite a while. Whole families appear to work in the fields; they use single-furrow ploughs drawn by long-liorned oxen and are most picturesque.: We've de cided now that they have three crops on each piece or ground, because there seem to be vines growing up the fruit trees and trained . from one to the other, and there's always a crop between the trees. They must manure very heavily. W'e arrived at Florence after lunch mid started sight-seeing forthwith, and found a lovely church quite close. I iiked it better' than the ones in Borne. It was very 'large 'and built, in the shape of a cross. It was very lofty '.i nd had beautiful pillars and marvel lous stained glass windows, without any of the gau...