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Willimbong Shire Council By-Election [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
Willimbong Shire Council I By-Election LEETON. — Mr. Jack Washington won the by-election' held, last Saturday for the vacancy in A riding of '.the Willimbong Shire Council, Leeton. He defeated Mr. Thomas Ashton by 168' votes to 140. . . The vacancy was caused by the re signation of ,Cr. M. J. Glee'son as a hrhtfist, nmvinsf-. t.lip rinstnonomerit'' of the shire and municipal elections and the Government 's - monetary policy. The small vote was explained by tho fact that the election was held oiij the old-, rolls, as ??-required by .the law. A large number of people, when they went to vote, found that they were not on the roll.
"WITH BADEN-POWELL AT MAFEKING" [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
'WITH BADEN-POWELL AT IViAFEKING' Baden-Powell is one of the few men whoso fame was such that they wero known; by their initials alone to boys and girls the world over. The letters 'B.P.' stand for -one of their great heroes. The same letters stand, too, for the motto that he has given to them — 'Be Prepared.' The part that ; IBaden-Powell playeil in ! the heroic defence of' Maf eking will be remembered and honored as long as the British Empire lives. . In next Sunday evening 's play the listeners will sec how., by his indom itable courage^ his unwavering faith, and , his constant encouragement, he ip.ut- heart into, all those around him and enabled them to hold out, as. lie was determined they should, until the final relief came to the beleagured town. This play will make a stiri'ing half -hour for air who hear it.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
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Fifty Years of Stage Life Actors of the Past and Present (Continued From Last Issue.) ENGLAND.. .. 1878 to 1891 AUSTRALIA.. .. 1892 to 1931 [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
Fifty fears of Stage Lite ? S3 ? ? ? ? , ? ? Act©®^ df^tlie lPas§t ' By Tom Cannam— (Copyright) (Continued From Last Issue.) t ENGLAND ? 1878 to 1891 „ t I AUSTRALIA .... 1892 to 1931 f On many occasions I have been asked the question, 'Is the present day actor better than the actor of the past?' I will not directly answer that question, but i merely voice my own opinion, for what it is worth. All acting is merely a matter of individual and per sonal opinion, and to quote a well worn Latin phrase, 'Tempora mutantur, et nos mutamur illis' — literally 'Public tastes and opinion change with time and circum- . stances,' and I have no wish or desire to decry in any .way the professional of to-day. The last war tended to a great extent, to mould a great change in the demand for public entertainment. People, especi ally those of the younger gener ation, wanted a much lighter and frivolous type of play. One class which I detest is the sex variety. I am no prude, but I certainly would not ac...
MORVEN RED CROSS MEMBER'S RECORD Attended All Meetings and Functions Last Year [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
MORVEN RED CROSS . MEMBER'S RECORD ? Attended All Meetings and Functions Last Year^'i CUI -CAIRN. — The monthly /'meeting of Morven sub-brancli of ' the Red Cross Society was held in -the .Cottage, Morven, the president (Mrs. /Baldwin) | presiding over : an attendance of-' 16 i members. ' ?/: fj?M. '? i The 5best working member/ and the member with the best attendance for I 1 340 wns Mrs. W: Tin.tns \wlin Vinci not. missed a meeting or : social '^function. She was presented with £a0 gjfft jin recognition of Slier work b'y: the ? secre tary. . ? v ' ;? :? Miss Elsie Smith tendered her resignation as treasurer. Mrs. Webb and Mrs. Baldwin spoke of lier valu able assistance to the sub-branch, and expressed regret at losing - such a pro ficient treasurer. Miss, 'Alice / M' N.uft' presented Miss / Smith with a .bouquet on behalf of the members : and -wished her every success in her /new sphere. Miss G. M'NulE was elected to fill tho vacancy. A nice lot of ' work was handed in to be forwar...
SILVER JUBILEE OF PASTOR'S ORDINATION Celebrated At Henty [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
SILVER JUBILEE OF PASTOR'S ORDINATION Celebrated At Henty - — _ _ \ iHENTY. — The Henty School of Arts was crowded last Sunday, when .1 special thanksgiving service was held to celebrate '.tlie silver jubilee of the ordination and installation of the pastor of the Henty Evangelical Luth eran Church, pastor Walter II. Noske. ? Visitors were present from Albury, Burrumbuttock, Jindera, Gorogcry. and Temora and the: immediate districts. The service,' which was fully choral, was presided over by the Rev. M. II. 'Winkler, of: Wagga, as service chap lain. The occasional sermon was de livered by the Rev. Pastor Th. Harms, of Burrumbuttock, who took hfs read ings from Psalm 103, Verses 1-4. ?_In -eulogising - the ' guest,- Pastor Harms said that Pastor Noske's minis try had begun in Adelaide, . where ho ?;was ordained, lie was later inducted ;into 'the: Hopetoun (Vic.) parish, where he served for three years. He then came-; to Burrumbuttock (Henty being a portion of that parish at the, time...
THE FARM VEGETABLE PATCH Use Of Animal Manure [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
THE FARM VEGETABLE PATCH ..Use Of Animal Manure Of animal manures, each has its particular utility in the growing of vegetables, but availability is a big consideration, and' use must be made of whatever kind is handy, for all are more' or less of value. Horse manure' is drier than most manures, find for this reason it actsi more quickly and is most efficient in the ' raising of early crops. . ' As a winter manure it' is most vnliinhle. Cow and ipig .manures: -Jare ,' .of a heavier nature, decomposing more slowly and . being therefore slower in .action. : They are: ; good moisture holders, and are therefore very valu able .during the summer. ? iSheep manure is fine-textured ' and very concentrated, * and: is therefore of great value in -the vegetable garden. Unless care is exercised,: however, weed seeds may inadvsrtuntly be intro duced with it. Poultry manure is the most concen trated of all animal manures, aii-l on this account It must be applied with discretion. ?If dry sand is s...
FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND MINOR ELEMENTS AND AGRICULTURAL PRACTICE Caution To Farmers [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND' MINOR ELEMENTS AND AGRICULTURAL PRACTICE Caution To Farmers The, importance of the. minor or trace elements in . plant- and animal nutrition - is well illustrated - by the publication Jast year of - an- -extensive bibliography of references ? to the literature dealing with these accessory elements and' their biological signifi cance. 'The volume contains over 4600 references and abstracts deal ing with the subject, and i a ^'supple mentary volume of '82 pilges. has since been published; : ; Among the more, important of the ?minor elements recognised as ? essen tial ? for plant growth and develop ment are iron, boron, copper, magan ese. and zinc. It is necessary, how ever, observes a note in the M -Agri- cultural ' Gazette,' that *the agricultu rist view of this subject in its ...true perspective. Relatively minute quan tities of ' these elements nreifrequired, and in . most soils they occur' in - suffi cient amounts to meet - ordinary crop demands. Before as...
LOCKHART [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
LOCKHART Owing to cool weather conditions it .was decided to hold the Anniversary Day carnival in aid of the nurses' home in the School of Arts. The pro coeds of the effort ; are considered ? highly satisfactory, as a profit of about £2G is expected. For the baby show 18' entries were received, and tho judges- awarded , the prize in the undrr 12 months to Joan Vance, who also won tho Moffat cup as champion baby. Judges were Mrs. b. Jxawson ana jvliss Jones. Dancing and various competi tions completed the evening. Mr. P. AVolfe, from Morpeth,, began duties as headmaster of the Public School on January 2S. ' While Mr. R. Barraclough is undergoing ; military training Mr. Ilimston is temporarily . on the staff. ? The Rev. and Mrs. H. C. Walton, of St. Aidan 's, - have returned to Lock liart after a month's holiday spent at Stanmore. ? Messrs. A. ,Riehter, A. T. Bauer and K. Pertzel, Milbrulong, have returned i'romTl fishing excursion, during which they visited Narooma.: : Mr. and Mrs. W...
The Call To Youth GAINED IMMEDIATE RESPONSE [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
The Call To Youth GAINED IMMEDIATE RESPONSE (Contributed) Letters are coming in from all over Australia expressing willingness to support the National Youth Parliament which will hold, its first session in Sydney on Easter Saturday, April 12. So Youth has started guiding Youth, with the National Youth Par liament. as the present immediate' ob ject in view. Sucli a measure of sue cess at the very beginning 'of the intensive campaign is a first-rate achievement. It . shows that. Youth has always been, aware of its responsi bilities and lias been waiting the first opportunity to shoulder tliem. Encouraged by the immediate re sponse of the Youth Public we must now make it our aim that every town or . centre throughout the States ot Australia joins in this Youth move ment, that more Youth: : bodies are formed so more. Youth delegates will attend this Easter. Parliament. What can be attempted, in one district , can be done in another. Ride or fall, any measure of co-oiperation must benefi...
THE MOTORING WORLD OFFICIAL R.A.C.A. NOTES I Learn To Drive [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
; ? Ypjp ? - MOTORING WORLD I OFFICIAL R.A.C.A. NOTES (By 'Carbon.') f I Learn To Drive i When you have held, clean licences' in six different countries over a period of 20, years, you are apt to hang around in the offing when they are looking for crack drivers. It's rather .disconcerting therefore, when some body produces a little gadget which proves that as a driver— you would make a splendid farmer. That, alas, has been any sorry fate. I am humbled ... undone . . .'Can hardly see to type for sack-cloth and ashes. The little gadget, which is in effect, a type of .pressure guage operat ed from the intake manifold of the engine, is known as the 'Econo- meter' and incidentally has a proto type in another instrument known as the 'Petromiser. ' It fits onto your dashboard, and a needle swings over a dial, divided into three sections. The section on the left is colored red, and bears the blunt inscription, 'Ineffi- cient Driving— Wasting Petrol. ' The narrow centre section/is colored gr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
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Why Not An A.I.F. March Through Albury? INSPIRATION FOR LAGGING PATRIOTIC FUNDS Success In Other Large Centres [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
Why Not An A.I.F. March Through Albury? INSPIRATION FOR LAGGING PATRIOTIC FUNDS Success In Other Large Centres DECENT reports of marches by men of the Second A.I.F. through the streets of Melbourne and Sydney, suggest these events are outstanding as a means of reviving interest in the war effort and inspiring the people of those cities into greater efforts for patriotic funds. Following- the holiday season there has been a noticeable lag in efforts for the Patriotic Fund in Albury, and a march . of this nature by men from the showgrounds and Bonegilla Camp would undoubtedly result in a considerable quickening of interest in this particularly important fund. A similar march in Wagga last week aroused great enthusiasm, while the success of these marches in Melbourne and Sydney is already well known. These marches mean more than mere propaganda. They awaken the people of Australia to the tremendous effort the sacrifice that is being made by its young men. Very often people not directly...