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Hume P.P. Board MONTHLY MEETING OF COUNCILLORS Foot-Rot' Eradication [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
Hume PP. Board MONTHLY MEETING OF COUNCILLORS Foot-Rot ' Eradication HOLBROOK. — At the meeting of the Hume Pastures Protection (cioard there were (present: — Directors A. R. M'Laurin (chairman), Neil Ross, F. Paton, R. V. Ross, T. W. Gadd, T. IC. M'Eachern, I. Paton, V. Sinithwick, Mr. W. Killingsworth (stock insec tor) and Miss H. Stewart (secretary). The stock inspector reported that the State-wide rains in the . early part of January had relieved the serious drought conditions. Summer grasses were now well established throughout the district and were providing good grazing fodder, while annuals .such as clover, had undergone an early . germin ation and would continue to ' improve af further rain fell. Lucerne stands had made great headway, since the rairi. and many which had the appear ance of being played right out had recovered to such an extent that cut ting was now practicable. The value of lucerne in the district was unques tionable. . Not only- did it supply green feed at ...
CANNED ASPARAGUS AND HOT PACK LINES New Enterprises At Leeton Cannery [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
CANNED ASPARAGUS AND HOT PACK LINES — '-X»T j New Enterprises At Leeton Cannery LEETON. — Great- headway, lias been made with the new enterprises of the Leeton Co-operative Cannery in the form of canned asparagus and -Jot pack lines such as lamb and green peas, pork and beans, curried sausages, fresh vegetables, etc. Mr. C. R. Glover, representing the Board of Management, stated that the Cannery was now assured of sufficient uiuuio tu Aucp tile jjiauis uuoj all through the year, thus reducing the huge overhead expense of idle machin ery when the fruit processing season concluded. A gratifying feature, : said Mr. Glover, was the , increasing number of orchardists and farmers who were now going in for cultivation of asparagus On. a commercial scale. The cannery could -can and sell all they could pro duce.
SEASONAL FORECASTING Very Little Rain This Month [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
SEASONAL FORECASTING m ? ? ? ? Very Little Rain This Month The following seasonal forecasting is issued exclusively to 'The Albury Banner' by Mr. Inigo Jones, F.R.A.S., F.R.Met.Soc., Crohamhurst Observatory, | dated January 31, 1941 : — February should see a lull in the weather and very little if any rain is to be looked for dur ing the month. There is a slight rain point about the lOthj but it does not look as if it would ?be of importance in the south. There is another small point about the 25th. There may be some influence from the, coast at 10th, but the data is not sufficient to enable an estimate to be made. Norm ally the rains of March do not look promising, except that the coastal disturbances may pro duce a cognate effect, but this too is uncertain. Solar activity is on the in crease, but does not show much that concerns Australia' for the present.
RADIO PROGRAMMES PERSONALITIES PARAGRAPHS 2AY Harmony In the Home Club A LETTER FROM JEAN [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
[?] PROGRAMMES PERSONALITIES % PARAGRAPHS || 2AY Harmony In the Home Club A LETTER FROM JEAN ' J^EAR MEMBERS, — It is fitting .that ' I commence my letter this wee!k ! by thanking all those who contributed to our stall on Wednesday, January 29, . thus doing their 'bit towards mak ing ..it such a wonderful success. ,A big thank you to 'Salmon River' 1 and her band of helpers who worked so hard arid enthusiastically and ;--vith'. such a good deal of success. Our next' ! stall' will be held on Mate's corner on Ftfkpary 26. Aifcl now a word about our corres pondence session. I realise just how much our members are feeling the loss of this session, and how different it is not hearing the cheery little messages sent from one member to another, but I feel sure that we can all make up our minds to make the best of it and help in every way possible to keep the i if ^ftrest of the club flourishing. After a'ljllt is only a very small sacrifice to those our English neighbors are suffer ing. We ...
2AY PROGRAMME FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7 [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
- 2AY PROGRAMME FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7 i 7:0 a:m., Early Morning Review ; '7.15, Prairie Melodies ; 8.15, Business Girls' . Ses sion ; 8.30, Hospital Chect- ; 8.45, Overseas News; 9.15, 'Betty and Bob'; 9.30. Mothers' Melodies; 9.45, Wodonga Session ; lOllo, 'Har-; tnony in the Home' Session, conducted by Jean: 10.30, Harmony Highlights ; 3 l.Oi Morn ing Tea with Margo; 11.20, Home Furnish ing; 11.45, Mid-Morning Melodies ; 12.30 p.m.. Luncheon Music; 1.30, Swing Session ; . 5.30, Children's Session; G.0, Dinner Music;- 7.0, National News Service Commentary ; 7.20, 'ALBURY BANNER' NEWS SERVICE; - 7.30, 2AY Sporting Session, Farmers'^ News Service ; 8.30, 'Fred and Maggie Everybody' ; 8.45, Dance Programme; 9.0, 'Pivot' , Dance Time ; 12.0, Close. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8 7.0-11.0 a.m.. See Friday morning; 11.0; Department of Information Talks; 11.15, Hospital Session ; 12. 3D p.m.,. Luncheon Music ; 5.30, Children's Session ; 6.0, Dinner Music; C.45, Sporting Session; 7.0, National News Ser...
Poultry COONONG STUD'S JANUARY SALES Progeny Of Noted Sires [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
PouKql COONONG STUD'S JANUARY SALES Progeny Of Noted Sires ?Several promising young bulls and heifers by Calrossie Red Baronet (imp.), the noted shorthorn-, sire in the Coonong stud of Mr. D. 11. M'Caugliey, Borambola Park, Wagga, were trans ferred early in : the new year to vari ous breeders in New : South , Wales. One of the bjills, Coonong J.P., a red out of- 'Coonong Orange Blossom 2nd- was selected . by Mr. Owen Lloyd Jones, of the Hambledon stud, Tar ontto' ' TTn woo ? fnlvorl : in ? Aufust. 1939. Mr. J; M. Arragan,- of Mirridong, Adelong, has acquired a March, 1940, bull by ' Red Baronet, from Nalpa Em press 25tli. Two October, 1939, Calrossie Red Baronet heifers, from Aldsworth Mar garet : . (im)p.) : and' Coonong: Nell Gwynne were transferred . to Messrs. C. P. Pairbairn and Co., of the Woom argama -stud, Albury, who: at the same time purchased Coonong Mona, a No-.; veniber, 1939, daughter of Calrossie Mascot (imp.) from 'Coonong Mad£o 2nd. Australian Estates Co. -Ltd., Wam...
SALE OF IMPORTED SHORTHORN Hambledon Stud's Head Sire [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
SALE -OF IMPORTED ' . SHORTHORN Hambledon Stud's Head Sire Scotston Call Boy, the shorthorn bull which was imported in 1938 to head the Hambledon stud of Mr. Owen. Lloyd-Jones, .... Tarcutta, has gone' to the Coonong stud of 'Mr;-. D. R. M'Caugh,jy, Boranjbola Park, Wagga. An outstanding siro, : Scotston Call Boy isr: by Beaufort /Field Marshall, unu uul ouutswm v^mueiuim, iiifciiii ber of i, the . famous Clipper family. Call Boy. has' never be6n shown in this country, -but as head of tho Hamble don stud he has left his mark. .'The: first of -,his - progeny averaged- 100 , guineas at 'tlie 1940 vRoyal Easter.: Show stud stock sales. These calves | at tho time, of sale were barely : year- j lings, and created an excellent impres sion for their thickness, -good heads, and color. . ? - ! ' ' i
Son Of Imported Champion [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
Son Of Imported Champion j . -Young Select (imp.), ; the outstand ing- Border Leicester- ram that was supreme . champion at the Highland Show, England; in 1936; and imported from Scotland by Mr. W. Walker,, of tho Yarraman stud, Trangie,: N.S.W., is- the . sire of Yarraman -669 of 1937 sold dui'ing January to Mr. T. S. Mar tin, or J) air' View, -AlDert,: JN.W.W. :Tiio estate; of the, late . I-I. . E. Bar- 1 rett, of Burrangoog,-. Young, N.S.W., has;; just:-, jselected. frpm Yarraman the 1938 . r am' Yarraman1' . 8 6 7, by the well known v sire, 'Waulkmill Destiny (imp.), another of Mr. . Walker's importa tions. ' ' i , t
Suffolk Rams For Victoria [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
Suffolk Rams For Victoria Womboota 288, a -Suffolk stud ram, has been sold by his breeders — the 'estate of the late L. A.: Fairbairn, Womboota Stud, Womboota — to Dr. Ramsay Mailer, of the Maneroo stud.. Shepparton, Vic. ' ^Incidentally the foundation siro at AVomboota was Maneroo Enterprise 'No. 181 of 1929, purchased from Dr.-i Mailer i in 19.29. ' Womboota 288 is' of the'1939 drop,v for which , season .several Allendale' sires were used. ? .V The estate has also sold the stud rams Womboota' Nos. 290,^298 and 312 of 1939 to Mrs. Stewart Webb, of Targoora, ^Wangaratta, Vic.
Method Of Handling Broody Hens [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
Method Of Handling Broody Heais The economic loss sustained through neglect of broo^ hens. does not appear to be fttlly re cognised by many poultry farm ers, as it is common to see numerous 'broodies,' either on the nests or running with the flocks (writes the Poultry Ex pert of the Department of Agriculture in current n«es). This applies not only to the heavy breeds, but also to Leg horns. ' What happens in most, instances is that the broody liens at first fly off the nests when the eggs are being colleet edj : and they arc allowed.'-.to remain, and it is somo days before they are broody enough to stay ori . the nests. Thus they ? become - thoroughly : broody, ^and it, takes a': week or- more for them to lose their : broodiness when: they arc taken from the pens, and -perhaps an- , other week or two , to come back into production. .If, however, ;they were systematically caught ? each day, and placed in -suitable crates they would be 'off the^brood' in three1 or four days, . and res...
Broughton Brook Stud Sales [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
Broughton Brook Stud Sales ; ! Twentj' aged Dorset I-Iorn ewes, ?: several of which have produced somo exceptional shoep for Mv. T. Hastie ICelsall's Broughton Brook stud, Wagga, were sold this month by Mr. Kelsall v to Mr. J. ,W. Armstrong for use ,:in his Armdale stud - at Killarney, ? Marrar. ?-..?* They should prove a ' valu- able addition - to Armdale/ For ; about;- ' Six .' Weeks . previous to delivery all tho ewes had been, care-:: fully ? mated with -'rams of suitable type, as is the practice at. Broughton Brook', ' \ i .Early this season Mr. Armstrong secured a young ram by the imported Clenstone ram '.Snodgrass,' and by all accounts he has developed into 'a - particularly fino animal. He was sue-' cessfully- exhibited at various shows, including Young and Temoa.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
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London's Front-Line Youngsters [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
London's Frant-Lliie Y ©ling® ter s lk ? ; ? = ? ★ By JOHN ALLAN MAY ??A* ? ? — ? ? ' ' ' ' — - ? ' -' ^Ar1. A r\ TOE London Family 4 Robinson were in their narrow earth-covered An derson steel shelter when a bomb flung at random from a great height screamed into the typical suburban back garden, shocking the earth with a violent quake, disintegrating the rear walls of the frail semi detached villa, buckling the shelter, covering everything wittSL dirt, dust, mud and bricks. A few moments later, squeez ing out of what was left of the shelter, all safe and sound, came the London Family Robinson. And the youngest looked with wid&- clear eyes at the Strong Maflrof the family, the Great Player of Boisterous Games and Purveyor of Household Author ity, smiled a tentative smile, half wondrous, half doubtful, and said : 'Do it again, Daddy. But .don 't i play so rough next time.' i There is a poignancy .too deep for words- in the iact that to so (many oil tho thousands of very young...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
I THE BIG STORE'S Dean Street, Albury (Qpp. Regent Theatre) j SUMMER SALE B _ .1 The Greatest Selling Event Ever Held at The Big Store. DON'T MISS IT ! ~ | Silk Oddments To Clear . . Matalasse, Figured Silks, Spotted. C\ / *B Crepe and Crepe Oranti, etc. , A large 1 ri J. J. variety of patterns and colors. Usually . 3/11 and 4/11. ,v Ladies' 'Cesarine' Shorts . . ISmartly cut, perfect : fitting, .. in all the A / f* ? popular shades. S.S.W., S.W, and W. 41/0 IJsually 5/11. ' ?j All Wool Bathing Costumes Elastic stitch. Nu-back style. All F'F / % % Colors. Usually 12/11. . i/jLa. Spun Silk .. .. .. 1/6 | I' Dainty Floral- Patterns. :,yVldetil;--' for- . . B underwear, frocks, etc. A guaranteed washing silk. | Usually 2/6. I Satins and Sheers . . 2/11 For evening wear. Glamorous Silk Satins and Sheers, in beautiful attractive shades. Usually I 4/6 and 3/11. Colored Border Damask V I 54in. Made in England. 50 yards onlv. A //V | Usually 5/6 yard. ' ^ ^ Footwear Bargains At ! Pre-war Pr...
Former U.S. Treasurer Dead [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
Former U.S. Treasurer Dead WASHINGTON.— The death is an nounced of Mr. William Gibbs McAdoo, United States Secretary to the Treasury during the 1914-18 war and former Democratic Senator. _Ho' was 78. Mr., McAdoo, who was a son-in-law of the late President AVoodrow Wilson, was prominent in American politics and business for more than 3'0' years. Mr. MaAidoo practised law in New York for many years. In 1912 he joined President Wil- j son's administration as secretary to tho Treasurer, and during liis term of] office overhauled tho nation's financial system. I Until a few years ago ho was a :' Senator, representing California. vV'V 'V- ?'?' '.'?'*-» r;--' -f ^ ' - C . 'i ^ S -j \