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Man Injured When Thrown From Truck [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941

Man Injured When Thrown , From Truck . 'TUMUT. — Last Wednesday after-' noon -jMr. Martin McCormick, of ' ' Bulga Hut, ' ' Marked-tree road, . was standing on a load -of hay on a motor truck being driven in one . of his pad-' docks.- The truck struck a gutter, and Mr. McCormick was thrown from the stack; landing on his back and head on the road. Mr. McCormick was badly injured in the back and head. He Tvas taken to Gundagai Hospital by ambulance.

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Members of 2/9th Field Ambulance who are in Training at Bonegilla Camp [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941

Members of 2/9th Field Ambulance wSio are in Training , at Bonegilla Camp This is the first composite photo of this Unit yet to be published. It was specially taken for the 'Banner' by Mr. H. M. Walker, 117 Collins Street, Melbourne, who is the official photographer for Bonegilla and Darley Camps Farmers Guard the Moors Off to the moors go members of the Devon Farmers' Cavalry Troop of Britain's Home Guard. Voluntarily these men have undertaken to guard the moors and lonelier part of one of the prettiest countries in England. Carrier and Cover British Bren carriers, besides being used for hurrying troops to the front linp, can also he used to protect them when they get there-— . as a picture of fighting practice in Britain clearly demonstrates. ONE OF BRITAIN 'S LAND ARMADA ?King George Inspects Polish Airmen KING GEORGE, with General Sikorski, Commander-in-Chief ovi the ,v. ?. Polish Forces, on the left, inspects some of the Polish airmen who v, ':'?*.?* _?: ;.?;??:? fight side by ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KIEWA VALLEY YOUNG FARMERS' ASSOCIATION Pasture Competition [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941

KIEWA VALLEY YOUNG FARMERS' ASSOCIATION Pasture Competition The pasture plots conducted by the Kiewa Valley Schools' Yoiuig Farmers' Clubs for the Aheam Shield, competition have done mucli to stimulate interest in pastures afenong the club members. Once again it is pleasing to record a 'keen interest this year in the pas ture plot competition, and at most of the schools it was evident that the cniiciren had ' acquired a very sound knowledge of the common grass and clover species. : Not only aro the children now able to recognise and name the various pasture plants and we'eds, but they have an understanding of their habits and agricultural value. ? The manurial plots, guve. evidence of having responded well to tne super: phosphate! during early ' spring, but at the. time of inspection most iplots were showing a long growth of annual grasses, which were seeding' freely. . Where responses to superphosphate had beein obtained, these had shown in a much stronger and denser growth of subt...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW POLITICAL PARTY FORMED Will Advocate Freedom and Democracy CANDIDATE SELECTED TO CONTEST ALBURY SEAT [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941

! NEW POLITICAL PARTY FORMED Will Advocate Freedom and Democracy CANDIDATE SELECTED ' TO CONTEST ALBURY SEAT (Contributed.) . At a meeting- of citizens held in Sydney on January- 28 it was unanimously decided that to counteract the tendency of all existing political parties to en snare the people in the meshes of the totalitarian web now manifesting itself over almost the whole earth, a political party advocating freedom and democracy be formed and con test seats in the forthcoming State : elections. This party will .be known as the 'New Social Order' Party. It will promulgate measures of freedom and reform such as have ibeen, 'advocated by Churchill, Herbert Morrison, -Cor- dell Hull, Sun Yat-Sen, Chiang Kai shek, and other statesmen of world repute. Briefly stated, the object and aim of the party is: The abolition of Injustice, Unemployment and Poverty. The following persons have request ed the support of tlie party to contest the following electorates: — P. A. Bec'ke;-, -Croydon;...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Australia Must Be Re-discovered By Australians DECENTRALISATION AS A MEANS OF DEVELOPMENT SHORT-SIGHTED POLICY OF THE GOVERNMENT [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941

Australia Must Be Re-discovered By Australians ? B ? ? , DECENTRALISATION AS A MEANS Of KVELOTNENT SHORT-SIGHTED POLICY OF THE GOVERNMENT (By a 'Bannor' Staff Writer.) Australia must foe re-discovered by Australians. It must be realised — and now — that Australia does not consist of large capital cities on the seaboard. It consists of a vast nation, a nation that only by continual development over its whole area can claim its true place among the nations of the world. . The continued short-sighted policy of the Federal and j State Governments in erecting and encouraging the erection of factories on the seaboard is creating a serious problem, a problem that can no longer be ignored under the cloak of war. It is the war that is making decen tralisation in Australia urgent. It is ( the reconstruction for peace that will | follow this war that makes it a | necessity. ' ! 'In England to-day thousands of! .nen and women, because cf the war, | jre just beginning to discover other parts of ...

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

EXCLUSIVE — , . | YET NOT EXPENSIVE — Cck cca C^flobe cJ-lotel ~ - - 1 ALBURY 'S 'HOTEL OP DISTINCTION' Travelrwise people instinctively make ? I 5 ' for the Globe, whether it ibe for an ' overnight stop, a meal, or ' merely a j refresher on one's journey. Reg. with | 4teuKf-' N.R.M.A., C.T.A., R.A.C.V. Phones | Albury 67-G8. |

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

1# %** * JL' I ^3r»V . \. './ - SSfef '?^y^HEN my Dad bought me a Speedwell I became one of the happiest boys in the world, for Dad had proved to me that a Speedwell is best. His Speedwell has taken him to work as long as I can remember, and as for sweet running, why Dad says fifty miles feels like twenty on a Speedwell. 'Now that we each have a Speed well, we have wonderful times to gether; we go fishing; we go swim ming; we go touring. Gee — it's great to have a Dad like mine. He knows bikes . . . that's why he . . bought me a Speedwell.' You can own a Speedwell for 10/- Deposit and 3/- weekly. LIFE IS DOUBLE 7 HE FUN FOR FATHER AND SON when each has a SPMEL Come in to-day -jhc/ \ \J^ see the various models on display. Better still — have a trial run. J. A. WILSON 487 Townsend Street, ALBURY MR, J. . BRAUND 641 Olive St., Albury Treats Successfully Ulceis, Blood Pres sure, Rheumatism, Neuritis, Sore Feet, . Legs, Deafness, In fantile Paralysis, etc. CONSULTATION FREE Phono 308, Al...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LETTER BOX Knitting For Child Refugees [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941

The Letter Box Knitting For Child Refugees - Dear Barbara, — Just now I am very busy knitting up small balls of wool that( have been 'left over' into children 's garments — socks mostly, for child refugees. It makes one feci ono 'belongs' when doing something, even if it is only a little. As my school days— or some of them — were spent as a pupil of a correspondence school, I am sending my bundle, down there to help their .-var effort. Speaking of school, .'reminds me, Barbara, of your competition. I am . sending along a separate letter as my entry. ; .1 have no near relatives with tho A.I.F;, but nevertheless I : follow tho activities of our gallant - men -with, groat intorcst. Tho whole world seems topsy-turvy, what with things coming to a head between China and Japan, and between Japan and America. Wars seem to me to bo the outcome of the necessity for economic expansion in different countries; and until a satis factory economic basis lias been reach ed, wars will continue. Let ....

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Through the Office Window Samaritans On Wheels [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941

Through the j Office Window { i | By 'LOWAN' j Samaritans On- Wheels JjAST Sunday I took a rim in the car a' few miles out- of Albury. I was driving home when. -my car broke down, and was stranded for two liours while dozens of cars /passed by.' Then two young men in a Sports car stopped. The driver made temporary , repairs to my ear, followed inc. for twenty miles to make sure 1 1 reached homo, and refused payment. I, cannot -tliank- him enough. 4r Drastic Measures Urged rjvO win tliis war we. shall need every . .ounce of strength from every man and -woman in Australia. Yet people in and out of Parliament talk of this and that .privilege, and the' great trade unions strike for -a few (more pence an hour or the reinstatement of some privileged orator' or union boss. If we lose the war, there will' bo no more privileges, no . more unions. . Wo shall be prodded to work at 'the end of a -bayonet. The time is ripe for strong measures. Better our own martial law than that of our enemies....

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN THE WORLD OF WOMEN. Continued A Letter From Barbara [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941

IN THE WORLD OF WOMEN. -Continued A Letter From Barbara ? : ? ? ? ? A— v jQEAR READERS, — My first words -this week are words of grati tude for the response I have receiv ed to my SOS for more letters. You will agree with me that our Letter Box is really splendid; so I say 'Thank you' sincerely, while I re peat that we still want more and more letters. Now I am going to repeat a few interesting extracts from a letter I received from one of our A.I.F. boys, who is at present overseas. 'BARBARA ~ J-JE tells of being encamped in a Jewish district in which the greater part of the population is made up of Jewish refugees from Europe. The district is very fertile and mile after mile is planted in citrus groves. There are a number of modem towns and villages, most of them having been built since the European persecution of the Jews has led to their leaving their homes and settling in these new dis tricts. ' JJE adds that the Arabs in the vicinity; of their present camp are unbelievably pri...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Season's Wool Cheque May Be Around £60,000,000 [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941

Season's Wool Cheque May Be Around £60?®00?000 As this season's Australian wool clip will not be much less than the record production of 1939-40 the cheque should again reach about £60,000,000. The 'return for last season's clip was £64,722,636, including a flat rate adjustment payment of 8} per cent., which represented £4, 8S0/73S. If tho £60,000,000 .mark be reached this sea son it will be -only thp fourth time in the history of the industry. The other three occasions were last season, 1936 37 and 1927-2S. - . Because appraisements .started two months . earlier this season than in 1939 the quantity of ? wool appraised so far is- greatly in excess of 1939-40, aiid the bulk of the clip 'will be valued at an earlier date than was the case last season. Graziers appreciate that they -are receiving their 'cheques earlier. Five; per cent, of the. ap praised value is being retained this season, against 10 per cent, last season. . '

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

SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE PILLS TTlOK all Female Weaknesses nn-l Irrbsjularities. Safe and effec tive. PRICE, 5/ PER BOX EXTRA SPECIAL, 10/ Solo Agent : R. J. POULTON, Chemist lEst. 40 yearn) 110 BOURKE ST., MELBOURNE Catalogue of Kubber Goods Posted Free. Solo Aecnt for Dr. Parcrin's Vita Tunic PUIs 7/6 bot., 3 for £1.

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FARMER KILLED BY HORSE Tragedy At Yerong Creek [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941

FARMER KILLED BY HORSE Tragedy At Yerong Creek HENTY.— Mr. Edward Gal vin, aged 68 years, a well known farmer of the Yerong. Creek district, was lulled almost in stantly when his head was crushed underneath the hoofs of a draught .horse last Thurs day morning at the property of Mr. C; E. Thomas, of Yerong Creek. Medical aid was sought, but Mr. G-alvin did. not regain consciousness and. (died within a few minutes of the doctor's arrival. Accompanied by his son, Mr. Cyril Galvin, the late Mr. Galvin Jiad ar ranged to break in a draught horse, a show animal, for Mr. Thomas. Mr. Galvin entered tho , yard in which there, were several other horses to place a lialteivon the head of the lior.se. As he did -so, the ?other horses in the yard made for the exit,, followed by the hor^e about to be caught. : Mr. Galvin attempted to stop the. ?horse, which reared on its -hind legs, and Mr. 'Galvin tripped and fell. Mr. Galvin was- a well /known identity of Yerong Creek and had been used to handlin...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RIVERINA JUNIOR FARMERS State Championship Winner Entertained [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941

RIVERINA JUNIOR FARMERS State Championship Winner Entertained Members of the Collengullie Club are very pleased at present, for one of its members has achieved fame in winning the State championship for fat lamb rearing for 1940. To show appreciation of the fact, and to do honor to the winner, the Parents and Citizens-' Associa tion organised a social at which the trophies won by Max Wooden were presented. 'This social was one of the best -» attended events ever held in the. hall, for well over 200 adults and young folk, were presents - -??' ? /The chair was occupied by Mr. Hector McRae, a vice-president of the association, the president : being the father of the guest of the evening. Amongst the speakers were Messrs. M. Kilpatrick, M.L.A. for Wagga; Bob Norman, valuer:-1 of the. Rural Bank; N. Ried, manager of Wagga branch of that bank; E. Graham, president of tlie' Wagga advisory committee; E. Harper, leader of the Wagga club; J. W. Webb, district organiser of clubs; and Nancy McR...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
U.S.A. Taking More Wool BEST CONSUMPTION SINCE 1915 [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941

, U.S.Ao Taking j More Wool . BEST CONSUMPTION SINCE 1915 In October the United States mills consumed 82,450,000 lb. of apparel wool, the largest quantity ever con sumed in the States in a month. It is the approximate equivalent of 269,444 bales of Australian weight. In .addition to) that total a fair quan tity of coarse carpet wools would be ?used. November consumption was estimated to 'be 76,000,000 lb. America imported moro wool in 1940 than during any year since 1925. In spite of the large imports, stocks of apparel wool in the States on De comber 1 were only estimated to total 195)000,000 lb., . compared with a De cember average ' for tho previous: 10 years of 376,000,000 lb. The reserve - , stocks of Australian wool totalling ? about 830,000 , bales, which tho : British Government is establishing in the United: States, are not primarily for the use of the Ame rican mills; They can be drawn upon under ;cmergency shortage conditions subject- to the proviso that wool' withdrawn i...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HATH THE WIND A FATHER? Incidents In Great Wars ANCIENT AND MODERN [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941

HATH THE WIND A FATHER? ; - Incidents In . Great Wars v'% ANCIENT ANB. MODERN -^?';' . ' By DR. ELMER ELLSWORTH- HELMS 'y^HAT God does in. war times is one . of the wonder chapters of , history, and proves that He does move in a mysterious way Ilis wonders to. perform. He also makes the wrath of man to praise Him. In -the darkest hour of tho Great War someone said' to King' George: of England, 'How will it ever end,' King George' prayer- fully replied, 'God will have to 'work a miracle.' He did. 'Lord God of hosts, whose mighty hand Dominion holds on sea. and land, Ji. ^ In peaco' and war Thy. will we see, Shaping the larger liberty. * s Nations may rise and nations fall, - /Thy changeless purpose rules thciu all.' . 'It .was at four o'clock on tlio afternoon of 22nd -.. -April, 1915, -. that .the Germans at Ypres turned loose for tlio flrst time their .deadly :? poisonous, gas on tho -Allies. It: was all -unexpected,- and the Allied - armies,- all unprotected, fell in wind-rows. ,)...

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

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Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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I NEARLY VISITED THE MONUMENT [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941

I NEARLY VISITED THE MONUMENT I. -I ? i H By 'Mark Tyrne' _____ I have been in Albury over a week now, and I must admit it has improved since that first eventful Monday . . . Austra lia Day. . I have found your monument especially inspiring. In fact I have made up my mind I to walk up to it to-morrow. i On my first day here I had the | same idea. I was going to walk up to i/^ to-morrow, but somehow things just to cro.p up. That has been I going bn.for over a week now. I am sure it must :be a marvellous sight . . . . . the view of Albury and tho sur rounding Mils. It has a peculiar fascination for me that monument. Every: night as i walk along Dean Street it looks like some huge finger beckoning me up to it, .but when I reach the bottom of the hillj£$; appears like a huge hand . pushing mo away from it. ? There is no doubt about it. The civic fathers had a great deal of fore sight when they .decided to erect it. They made an ambition for every visi tor to Albury. Usually only for the...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A. P. HERBERT WARNS HITLER [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941

A. P. v HERBERT WARNS HITLER Recently Mr. A: P. Herbert, M.P.,' who is now a petty officer with the Thames River Patrol, published a new cqUection of his works, entitled 'L* r'ron Songs.' Among them was ? tffis poem written on '^Hitler 's 51st birthday, on April 29 last: — ?God moves in a mysterious way; ? Tho devil still must have his fun; v And it is not ror us to say j^Why-you liavo lived to fifty-one. At, this now candle on tlie'calco i ^^Should.be the last they light for you. ' ? 'God will not mako tho samo piis ? take; Tho devil soon must have his due (And recollect, you little v f aHfe, ?? .? Napoleon' died at fiftj^-two).

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

Music Examination. Results I In tho recent theoretical examina tion ' conducted . on behalf of Trinity College of London all musical candi dates ? presented, wero, successful/' as follows:— ? ?iProm the studio of Miss G. Hayes, L.T.C.L., L.Mus.A., advanced' ' inter mediate,1 honors (85), Mavis Burdack; ?ftraf ftfrtnes linnnrc . -'Plvrincf From tho studio of Miss M. Rox burghj- 'L.T.C.L., L.S.C.M. Advanced, junior, v honors (94), Elaine Buchhorn; ' junior,, honors (100), Margaret Sin- 1 . clair; preparatory, honors (96), ' Angus | f Sinclair;.' honors (91) j Keith ^ Scliolz; : first steps, v- honors (98),. Helen Jami son; honors (98), ' Reginald Ford. ( The. results of tho elocution .paper - work . will not bo-, available until after thV arrival of tli'ft examiner in- March. , .

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