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Henty Farmers and Settlers RAILWAYS COMMISSIONERS' REPLIES TO REQUESTS [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
Henty Farmers and Settlers RAILWAYS COMMISSIONERS' REPLIES TO REQUESTS HENTY. — At last meeting of Henty branch, of the Farmers and Settlers' Association a, letter was received, from . the Minister for Transport (through Mr. M. Kil patrick, M.L.A.), stating that the Commissioner for Railways had in . vestigated the matter of booking seats on the express trains. The Minister stated the Commis sioner for Railways had informed him that this system of booking was intro duced on April 7, 1940, and it tended to regulate the traffic on the express trains and. other trains. Other than expresses, seats need not be booked. The fee of . 1/ applied- to bpth short and long distance travellers. The Com missioner promised to investigate any specific case where a traveller after booking a seat was not given accom modation. 'The. Minister's' letter concluded: ' 'After .carefully reviewing the whole of .the circumstances, the Commissioner is of the opinion that compulsory booking of seats is* in the ...
Greek National Anthem (By request, we are publishing hereunder the Greek National Anthem which has recently been translated into the English language.) [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
Greek National Anthem (By request, wo are publishing here under the Greek National Anthem ?which lm.s recently been translated into the English language.) ' ? N . So I know: you by the keen edge Of the terror striking sword, So I know you by the free glance Sweeping swiftly through the 'V .'.'land. ,v: ??:??;. / ?? ? From tho Hellenes' 'sacred 'ashes ? 'You: havo risen valiantly 'As before, 'in oldon , ages. : . - Ilail! e'er hail, O': Liberty I Right in thoro you livod in sorrow, bashful, bitterly in .pain, ? . . ? Longing, always fori -the 'morrow . ?To bo call 'd and rise again. - But the day' took-, long in breaking, : : Every life was : silent, dead. : Reigning terror was e'er shaking Million hearts in every troad. To remember gone by glory . , |W'as your only soothing, cheer '?.,Haplos8'''onel---.'-''-Yourjtearful story . All the world you call'd to hear.: -From the .Hollenos' sacred aslics - 1 .?You have risen valiantly As- beforo,, in olden ages.; ? Hail!- e-^er hail, O Libe...
Stripes Are Important! Slacks Are Gaining In Popularity [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
Ntrlp©^ At© Important ! Slacks Are Gaining In Popularity 'THIS week I must stress the importance of stripes. There is nothing which can be used to better— or worse — advantage. The same may be said of sleeves. A Sleeve Ban make or mar your entire ensemble. The third point I shall deal with this week is' millinery. The kind of millinery we need for every day of the week. The hat' which can be worn morning or afternoon — not the frivol ous, ultra smart- head-dress we would choose for very dressy afternoon occasions. And finally I .want to draw your attention to some Of the smart points of slack suits for sports wear, ~p-EGIISrNTNG with stripes and their ' importance, T will ' first tell you how they may be used to great advan tage as a_ trimming. Nothing could be smarter with a white frock than a multi striped bag and belt, and per haps a matching turban. For the woman whose figure is not so slim a well-cut frock made . in . a diagonal striped material is a -splendid choice, but see t...
HENTY DEFEAT SOUTH WAGGA AT BOWLS [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
HENTY DEFEAT SOUTH WAGGA AT BOWLS , HENTY. — In the Riverina. Bowling Association 's iponnant games, southern division, on Saturday, -Henty 'A' defeated .South Wagg'a at Wagga— 69 to 58. In the 'B' division Henty were at home to South' Wagga, and won GO to 38. In the 'A' division Henty have played and won five matches.;;' As there is only one game to , play, they have won the southern division competition and will meet the winners of the: north ern. Riverina zone. ....?? In ' the ' B ' division, Henty : have won f-oar out of five matches, and the winner of next Saturday 's match, Henty v. Wagga, at I-Ienty/ will meet the winners of tlio northern zone. ? ?
TURF NOTES ON AND OFF THE COURSE Albury Races On March 1 GRANDSTAND BENEFIT MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
TURF NOTES Specially Written for 'The Banner', By 'Newhaven' 1 ON AND OFF THE COURSE Albury Races On March 1 GRANDSTAND, BENEFIT MEETING \ Severe damage to the racecourse grandstand last year resulted in a serious financial, set-back for the Albury Racing Club, and in an. endeavour to recoup at least portion of the loss it was decided at the last committee meeting' of the club to con duct a grandstand benefit meeting; The meeting, which will be , held on Batuvd£j£ March- 1, will consist of- six races, including a . Flying Handicap or £35, to be run in three divisions, each division to constitute a separate race. These divisions proved particularly popular among owners and trainers last year, and should.be a big attrac tion to them again this year. Albury hotelkeepers have donated the £1 2 , stake for the Licensed Victu aller!™ Handicap, which will be ? run over seven furlongs.' Nominations for all events close at 9 .; p.m. on: Thurs day, February 20, .with the secretary, Mr. T. Barn...
Farriers' Dispute TROUBLE AT CHILTERN AND WANGARATTA [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
I Farriers' Dispute TROUBLE AT CHLLTERN AND I WANGARATTA For some time farriers have been trying to get the North-Eastern Rac ing Association to agree to the clubs collecting fees for shoeing horses at race meetings. They claim that the clubs should collect these fees as they do jockeys' fees. ? The farriers pay a registration fee of 2/6, but this year declined., to pay that amount. There was a dispute at the Chiltern races on New Year's Day, when for a time ? farriers refused to operate. At the Wangaratta Turf Club's races on Saturday, farriers again ? refused ?'? to operate, as a protest. Tliey-' did- '?not begin work until the committee- met. ana agreed 'to ask the association to allow the faniers to. state their case.; In consequence, the first' race was de layed 20 minutes. M* *1» -J. Thompson, Sydney's leading ap prentice, won a tre.ble at Canterbury last Saturday: Despite his burden of 10.2 (16 lb. over' w.f.a.) in the Newmarket Han dicap, High Caste will -be a popular fancy,...
TRAINING GALLOPS ON RAILS Albury Racing Club Refuses Trainers' Request [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
TRAINING GALLOPS ON RAILS Albury Racing Club Refuses Trainers' Request Permission io gallop their horse? close to tho rails while training was sought by a number , of trainers .at a meeting of tho. .Albury Racing Club committee on Monday night. The petition pointed out that this wa$ allowed at 'Wangaratta and Flem iwffton and was very necessary . for tiffing. Twico a week was .suggested, as a reasonable number of '.'/.tinios tc. use the track next 'to the , rails, and ?: ft would be about 3 S, was offered. . Although the opinion was expresse i that - trainers should be given every consideration, it ? was pointed out thai a^flrst^class -truck had been laid ' down, and it would be ' unwise to allow, horses to gallojp. closo: to the rails. At present horses are permitted to gallop 15ft. from the rails three times a week, and this. .'was considered a reasonable allowance. It was 'decided to advise the train ers that tho club could hot. accode. to the request. V That brilliant filly, Ses...
TO-DAY'S HINT Re-potting Maiden-Hair Fern [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
? TO-DAY'S HINT I Si ? - Re-potting Maiden-Hair Fern i To re-pot maiden-hair fern, have ready a. fresh pot — thoroughly clean partly filled with fresh soil, ; , which should bo about one 'inch, deep ok! .-top'-.' ?of the drainage stones iir the. bottom of - th q pot, and one inch around tlio sides. Turn the plant out of thVpot' and grumble the outer, casing , of - soil awjiy. Place the plant in the new :,pot; and. pack, more fresh: earth, around : the sides' and a -little . 011: top. - Leave an _ inch-space .-on -,top 'for watering. Dissolve l-; -oz. of : superphosphate in-' a gallon of -water and water - the - plant with this once a week.
NOTES ON ABORIGINES TO BE PRESENTED TO FEDERAL GOVERNMENT [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
NOTES ON ABORIGINES TO BE PRESENTED TO FEDERAL GOVERNMENT At Canberra next week, Miss Daisy Bates, who lias lii'ed for a quarter of a century among the abongines in the Northern Territory, will present notes which, she lias collated on their habits and customs to the' Federal Government. They will be acceptod on, behalf' of the i Commonwealth by the Minister in charge of External: Territories, . Mr. Tom Collin's. It is perhaps appropriate that Mr. .CoUins should receive' these Tint.PB nH lio IB : Voonlr inf ovncjfn/l the welfare of tho aborigines, whom he has contacted during his. extensive tour of the Territory and . Central Aus tralia. : ' The function will be' attended by the Governor General '(Lord Gowrie) and Lady Gowrie,. 'who . have al=o evinced a deep intorost in the natives. Afterwards Their Excellencies will entertain Miss Bates. War Savings Certificates.— Sales of war savings certificates in Australia total £17,544,129. State totals: N.S.W., £0,801,513; Victoria, £4,744,6...
FORMER UPPER MURRAY RESIDENT VISITS DISTRICT Now Owns Huge Station In Northern Territory [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
FORMER UPPER MURRAY RESIDENT VISITS DISTRICT Now Owns Huge Station In Northern Territory Mr. H. F. -Watson, formerly of Tint©ldra and Tooma Stat ions, who is now principal of the firm of Watson Bros., own ers of Gregory Downs Station, Northern Territory, was a visi tor to the Upper Murray, as the guest of Mr. A. S. O'Keefe at Tooma, and Mr. K. J. McKin non, Tintaldra. On Friday, accompanied by Mr. G. W. Daniel, . of Albury, he visited Mel bourne on business, and returned to Sydney, on Sunday night. ?Before leaving Albury, Mr. Watson expressed pleasure at being able to renew old acquaintances in the dis trict. . Since . selling Tooma Station some time ago, lie has resided for the greater part of the ' time in North Queensland and -Northern Territory. Gregory Downs Station, which he and his brother own, contains almost six hundred square miles.' At one time ? its. area contained one thousand square miles, but portion of it was resumed by the Government for closer settlement ipurposes....
TO-DAY'S RECIPE Sponge Boats [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
TO-DAY'S RECIPE - | Sponge Boats * ; - . Tako 2 eggs, J teacup . sugar, 1 rounded .teacup flour, i teacup milk, 2 or, ;3 oz.: butter, 1 teaspoon: baking. . ? powder, few drops ossenco vanilla.' 'Beat yollcs ? of / oggs and - sugary, till light and creamy. Beat whites ' to very stiff . froth. Melt butter ? in' tho milk. . Then mix all -.the ingredients - lightly , together. - Half - fill greased . jiugui-:, huh; ??-: unite in moaerate ' ;ovon. . Time, about 8 to 10 minutes. 'Turn out ; when: cold cut' a piece from-centro; . Piit in a little- jam;: cover ;jani - vVitli; i.; whipped cream. .- Cut pieces' -of cako -to represent masts and sails. ] ? tAbovo mixture makes . a nice 'butter ? 1 spongo. When ? cold put .together : withv ?: whipped ?,cream;:-flavored.,with^nutmeg.-j.;f:
IN THE WORLD OF WOMEN SEEN in the shops YOU WILL SAVE ON THESE BARGAINS [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
IN THE WORLD OF WOMEN - ? CONDUCTED BY 'BARBARA' c y If 41^ the YOU WILL SAVE ON THESE BARGAINS | COMMENCED my tour of the shops this week at £ne Economic Frock Shop, where I saw evening gowns, bridal gowns and bride's going-away frocks which will thrill you ju&t as they thrilled me. I passed in to Hunter and Stelling's, where I inspected their splendid range of kitchen ware. Continuing, I called at Mate's Ltd. to see their ladies' hknd- ? bags; at Wiilson White's the cosmetics drew mj' attention. Farrah's showroom ' bargains were amazing, and finally M called at Mabel Clay's great sale. And what a sale it is !?- ' YOU will want to see the garment I I am -going to' tell you about! i refer to the breath-taking gowns- at the Economic Frock Shop. Dainty evening, frocks, which would make a debutant's heart beat faster; evening and dinner .-frocks' to glorify the smart woman;/, I will, give you a brief de scription : of .some which stand out; in my memory. 1 There was - a white:....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
ALBURY ATHLETIC CLUB I 4th Annual Carnival ALBURY SPORTS GROUND | Saturday, 15th February (DAY & NIGHT) £250 PRIZE MONEY £250 . j ALBURY GIFT. — Of £GO and' Sash ALBURY WHEEL RACE.— Of £60 and Sash C-MILE PROFESSIONAL CYCLING CHAMPIONSHIP OF AUS- ! TBALIA, of £30 and Gold Medal valued at £7 . i I Australia's Champion * Pcdest^ans and Cyclists ^ cordftotfc SacSfd1^ ^ Dean^^and ' ^ j ' ' Sprague and Thurgood. (S.A.) j ARTHUR I-IENSON'S BOXING TROUPE ON GROUND Morry-Q o-Round, . Hoop-La and Other Attractions — Publican's Booth, Soft Drinks and Ice Cream. I Admission: Adults 2/, Soldiers & Children Kali Price j J. J. NOLAN, President. J. C. KING, Hon. Secretary. i '734 Young Street. Albury. Phone 223. !
FATHER AND TWO SONS KILLED IN CAR CRASH [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
FATHER AND TWO SONS KILLED IN CAR CRASH MELBOURNE. — A father; his two : sons and a niece are dead as the. result of a car crash on the: Calder Highway, two miles from Keilor, on Saturday night. Together with other mombers of the ' family,' tho party was . returning from 'a run in the country, when, the car got: out'' of control, and overturned. John Arthur George Hickey, 37, fi«uuicuiu«-»iioo.k, , j-wwuwh, and; h;s sons, John Thomas Hickey/ 9, and William Hickey, five: weeks/ were killed;, and' Miss Billie Hickey, 17, Wangaratta,- niece of * John .Ilickey, died in: hospital1 on Monday from her injuries. 'J His, wife, Eileen Monica Hickey, 30, was 'admitted to Royal Melbourne Hospital with - a fractured leg and a probable f mature : of the skuil. Their daughters/;: Carmel ' Ilickey,-. 7,' and Janice Hic]toy,' :3, wore admitted ' to Children's .Hospital, iCarmcl with a probable , fracture of tho : skijll; and Janice with concussion and -a fractur ed shoulder, 'i- ..
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS &nbsp; &nbsp; DEATHS ECK, Ethel, on February 4, wife of Wally Eck, of Tribune-street, Al- bury. HOSSACK, James Gladman, on Febru- ary 4, late of Yackandandah. JOHNSON, William Frederick, on &nbsp; January 22, beloved husband of the late Hannah Johnson, late of Guinea street, Albury, 80. MALONEY, Edward, on February 5, at Wagga. PERRIMAN, Albert Edward, on February 4, of Wagga, 76. TURNBULL, William, on February 4, at- Wagga, 91.
Local Personalities MR. J. C. KING, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 7 February 1941
Local Personalities MR. J.C. King, J.P &nbsp; SHORTLY : to contest the Albury electorate in the State elections &nbsp; as Official Labor Party representative, Mr. J. C. King, J.P., is perhaps best known as founder of the Albury Athletic &nbsp; Club and principal organiser of &nbsp; the annual Albury athletic carnival &nbsp; to be held on the sportsground on 15th February. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Employed as a postal clerk at Albury Post Office, Mr. King, who was born at Rutherglen (Vic.), is a mem ber of one of the oldest pioneering &nbsp; families in Victoria. It was over 90 years ago that his grandfather, Mr. Daniel King, settled in Rutherglen and established a business in that town. Later he secured the well known "Maydale" property, which is &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; still carried on under the name of D....