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SEEN in the shops FOR THOSE WHO CANNOT SHOP PERSONALLY [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
^ jf r ii If hM SEE Ww FOR THOSE WHO CANNOT SHOP PERSONALLY ! CHOPPING is one of women's favorite pastimes, and we do not need an unlimited supply of money to indulge u^jjjliis fancy. We. frequently go 'window' shopping, and sometimes . stray into a shop and inspect their stock, storing up a host of information for future reference, ♦ Unfortunately, it is not possible for all women to do this. They may live far from shops; they may be unable to spare the time from their many duties; they may be pre * ? J...? * ? ? ? ? ' _ _ J_T_ ... ? 1* ? Jl ? 1 ? Al ? J— - yen tea uy siCKness, or otner n»iiiuca.ps, irom leaving uieir home for the time this tour would take. There may be^u dozen reasons why they cannot 'see for themselves' what our shops are offering. This article is especially written for such women. JJtERST I am going to tell you a little 'story. - - A friend of mine had. a corn. -It was';causing her a- great deal of pain- and' - inconvenience.- She ?had- tried many . of.- ' the a...
Send the "Banner" to the Boys Overseas [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
Send the ''Banner' to the Boys Overseas In its .compact . form, t.ho 'Banner' is an ideal paper for sending to members of the A.I. P. overseas. , The boys are always eager for news of their home town and district, rno ' '.banner recorns all the important happenings in : Albury and district and all Rive rina towns. , In addition, there are special articles and a host of interesting news items which . are not found elsewhere. If you leave an order at the- 'Banner' Office or with any i newsagent, the paper will be : promptly forwarded each week. j i ^ ? ; ? i
First Test Sale Of Queensland Zebu Cattle [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
First Test Sale Of Queensland Zebu Cattlo ?The first Zebu cow sold in Brisbane recently, as a test, brought £14/5/, and produced a chilled dressed weight of 730 lb., first grade meat. This is slightly heavier than the dressed weight of most cows. The purchasers 'of , the cow intend to send the moat to . Wyaney, ior saie in tlio usual way. Tho experimental' herd cf . Zebu cattlo was established in Queensland in' 1933 ' from 19 ??bulls .and . cows 'im- ported by Dr. R. B.-Kelley. Thero are now 5109 descendants of the original importations. . , Features of Zebu cattle . aro their 'tick-rosisting qualities, and; ;the £p,ct. that tlioy. aro: splendid walkers, doing ?15 to 20 miles a day. . : -
IN THE GARDEN Apply Fertilisers Now [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
IN THE. I GARDEN Notes By 'Borcnia.' Apply F©Efltilisers . Now The soalcings the soil has recently received can in some cases do more' harm than good, particularly on low lying' ? land. The soil becomes 'tightly packed and sodden, a condition that excludes ;air and thus retards tho de velopment of iplants. It will, there fore, bo a good plan to go over all beds with a 'foik and leave tho sur faco in as rough a state as possible. This will sei ve tho double purpoco oi allowing the air into tho soil, as well as coaseivmg the moisture alrcadj' there. Tlio amount ol watci now m the subsoil will be oi gioat scivjcc dur. mg the hot weather v,e aie likely to got, and the cultivation of the surface is 'tho most cifoctive way of holding it. I would suggest, theiefoiu, that as much time as possible be spent now m loosening up the suriacc. While tho soil 13 in its prcsoiit moist state it is an excellent time to apply fertilisers:- to -'growing. -.plants such as iiahlias and1 chrysanthemums, as...
Answers To Letters [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
'nswers To Letters THIRST, let mo congratulate you, 'Ology,' on your winning con tribution to our competition. You will receive a postal note for 2/6, the prize awarded to tho winner. Your general letter appeared, and was answered in last week's issue. Thank ypu'for your entry, and I hope you Will sfinrl nn entrv in flip, comnetition announced below. Thank you, too, 'Elizabeth Grace,' ~ for a: considered opinion. Your paint of view is an important angle, and a valuable , 'contribution. ? '?An Old Pioneer, ' ' you, - too, have: forwarded a letter in favor of raising the school-leaving age.-v Thank : you: for a most interesting, letter onr -the subject. And , that brings me to the letters of. readers who do not favor, the rais ing of tho school-leaving : age.' v First a most ? interesting point of view from a new . correspondent, 'Black ''Crow.' First let me wel come you to our list . of Letter Box writers, 'Black : CrowJ'' and -I hope you will favor- us 'with 'regular, lotters: Thank...
THE LETTER BOX "We Don't Appreciate Our Youth" [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
THE LETTER BOX 'We Don't Appreciate Our Youth' Dear Barbara, — Hero I am again, almost missing the boat. I guess, though, I will manage to get aboard before tho 'all clear,' for the week seems to fly. But I must .write to help fill: up the Letter Box. for you, as you are. doing, a splendid job. I certainly i tLDDrcciate all vour friend Iv mnssnms. ! and I do hope all our contributors will answer your appeal to write more regularly. How lovely to see your photo in the Page, too, Barbara! I am sure all of our good contributors would be very pleased to see it, as it makes a differ ence to see .the person to whom we i write, and you surely -radiate friendli ?less, to all; ' . . ? 'I am a very pleased person to-nightj is I, have my darling -baby home after i-.vhree- weeks -in ? -hospital. It is so .ovely:- to have -her -'little soft . arm.' iround, my neclc. She -is' a darling, and i have missed . her. . dreadfully. Shi I sn 't . really 'as.; well as she should be.: out - if I -.can iiid...
Fish Fingers [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
Fish Fingers ? Required: Three whiting, 2 table spoons -rnillt, i cup crisp bread crumbs, I . tomato, 1-tablespoon butter. . Form whiting into six fillets, roll up: with a dessertspoonful - of the bread crumbs in the centre of fillet, f lace rolls in ' deep .dish or. plate containing milk. Put plate over saucepan of ' ?boiling water, v Cover with a basin and ! stoanr^steadily for. 10 to . 15. ininutes., ] Squeeze tomato juico;- into- ends of rolls i nnd insert .a dab of' butter.. Cover jyul sfcanm-.. for ? !i- few more minatofv -..WJiojim ready to servo dab with mo.ro butter and garnish- with parsley and r white sauco flavored with anchovy essence.; -
A Letter From America Former Australian Woman Writes to Milbrulong Friend [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
- A Letter From America Former Australian Woman Writes to Milbrulong Friend [The' following interesting letter was received by 'An 01c1 Pioneer,' Milbrulong, from Mrs Graham Marks, of San Fran eisco, California, U.S.A. Mrs Marks is an Australian, who after, having travelled exten sively, has made her home ir the United States.] We aro commencing a new era, ant 3an only hope and trust that this yea: will be a brighter and better ono fo: tho world; also best personal wishc for your family. I was very glad t( see your handwriting once more,: ani ?? feel quite proud and pleased for yo chat-you received a prize for tho bos Jssay in the 'Albury Banner.'' :? Why didn't you ;copy.it out and. sent .t to me.? I'jvas intending to get s lescription of 'A Christmas Day ii Australia' for you, written by a; Australian girl hore . for a friend o: .nine who went to a party, where th quests were supposed to give a descrip ion. they had spent (or knew -of it) fust for -amusement,- you. -know. :. Any i...
Poet's Corner AT THE START [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
I v Poet's Corner - AT THE START When you're finished reading books by-the sages and tho/fools, vVhen you've left the menta! mazes of ? the -colleges and schools, One old-fashioned, custom lingers . which the -world will never drop: tfou must start in at the bottom . if ^'ou hope to reach tho top. You may know your ? economics and : . philosophies and' such, , -ut tlie knowledge- that you've gath-. ? creel really -won't amount to much ' ?Unless you. have- the ixoura'gc for tlia . factory or the shop \nd can - start to 'climb' the ladder from ? . the bottom to the top'. ^ OliereV are- some . old-fashioned notions - which will; never pass away. Jndei^ any sort. of system'. boys must ^work from. .day to day : . \.nd their value will be reckonod as .flinir . lnV»nr nn *nr. st:nn. 3ut, they'll never . think of starting a ? ? beginner at the top. They may change existing methods, ' - but there'll .never: come, a time ? ?: When the path- to High position won 't- bo difficult to- climb. . '...
BEAUTY SECRETS [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
BEAUTY SECRETS ?? „ . 0 Q The secret to summer beauty is to KEEP COOL. Let the' first impression on your friends be 'How cool you look!' The art of looking cool on a blister- . ing hot day is an .art which every woman envies and one which every woman should cul tivate. Never rush — that is ono of tlio im portant .points. You can. be 'brisk and yet not rush. Make haste slowly in summer. Another point. 'When you mal:o your face up, do it thoroughly so that you will not have to patch up. It is this repair system which makes cosmetics look obvious and artificial. And ro member that summer make-up - should be applied lightly. A pleasant .bath salts is a wonder ful help in the summer; it peps you up and keeps you fresh and dainty. Your choice of perfumo will have a 'ot to do with producing that 'cool as a cucumber' atmosphere. Flower perfumes are' light anel ?Inint.v rArmnrlinfT nnn of r.rinl tilings. rEe more exotic Oriental perfumes aro : ;iot suitaible for summer days; but if you are d...
Fifty Years of Stage Life I BEGIN MY CAREER IN AUSTRALIA (Continued From Last Issue.) ENGLAND ... 1878 to 1891 AUSTRALIA ... 1892 to 1931 [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
'Fifty Tear® ®ff Stage Lite ... I BEGIN MY CAREER IN - AUSTRALIA . By Tom Cannam — (Copyright) (Continued From Last Issue.) . ? i | ENGLAND .. .. 1878 to 1891 1 | AUSTRALIA . . . . 1892 to 1931 j IN comparing actors, past and present, I have left until last the type that has practically ceased to exist — the traged ian. He was the supreme head of the legitimate stage. He is now invariably termed a 'barnstormer' and a 'ranter.' He did not rant. The task of an actor is to hold the mirror up to Nature; to depict faithfully hate, rage, passion, agony, love, pathos and nil Tinman pmntinns. Hnw: then, emild bp ? dn this bv means of 'suppressed force,' so much in vogue nowadays. I am inclined to think that 'suppressed force' is, in many cases, used to hide inability. The great tragedians I have known personally or seen on the . stage were Barry Sullivan, the great 'Richard 'III' (I was nine years old then, but I have nevei forgotten) , Sir Henry ; Irving, whose 'Mathias' is the 'Bells' hel...
AFTER-WORD [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
AFTER-WORD As one that westward followoth the ! sun _ _ \ \ ?From barrier-bar to barrier-bar of ?, i evo . |, May still press on, though endlessly ' outrun — . ' jr .ju, 'uiuufau ail J t ? 'fleoter ono, - ? _ , ' ' ' 1 Shall I abide the dark, for as you f j leave - - - . 1 ' A warmth to .whisper, j This way', she ' II has gono';« ' ; . i With steadfast faith that if I sloep, | anon Your touch will waken me, and 'I ? ! . perceive . ' ' ' ' That .:.tliis, :which 'v. was, - vthe £unsot,:-is ' ... . tho dawn. 1 — Willard 'R. Eapys. » .Sshool lioaviag Ago Essays^Avil'. be. - - found on page 11. * . j
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
WADE'S 1 REf7WED C0BNFL0UB \ Here is a ready answer to the y* problem of preparing new mix J£^W } and novel summer delicacies, w/ ^ - .Grand new ideas for main j! dishes; refreshing original ji sweets; novelties your friends P have never seen before in bis- j'' ? ? cuit's, tarts and cakes. Wade's t | Cornflour gives to them triple- ' v ^ ^ refined texture and purity ... ^ the added quality of fine ' , -~f ft \ '^ i Australian maize! V ^ t ? Hecifte Hook J ? Send 2d. in stamps and Clifford J U love & Co. Ltd. will forward you the popular Wade's Cornflour 'UfA.i\ETe wmmn i CORNFLOUR i A A PRODUCT OF CLIFFORD LOVE & CO. LTD., 77 CLARENCE ST., SYDNEX j — ? : ? : ? : ? J SPRAINS Bumps, blows, falls, sprains and bruises — you For never know when they are coming. But you f^taSflr can be ready for them with Sloan's. Keep this liniment handy, so you can give first aid Relief to any member of the family. Many of your i neighbours rely upon Sloan's for prompt relief from pains,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
' * OUBSi F1ED — ADERllSEMEim-ElTiOl -- WANTED KNOWN Please say. you saw the advertisement in ; 'The Albury Banner' when writing to advertisers. ? ? ? ? _ A ? FIRST- CLASS HAIRCUT, ? 1/. . --Reekie's- Saloon, 466 Kiewa St., near SmollettSt. Open Sat, afternoons. ' '.p^OKS ' ' 'is 'par excellence, either . ? straight or in shandies. ?.? ... ' ''l^CKS' is made with filtered spring ? water. .-?- :r 1 - . .. ; ? ; ? ' Jfl ' ' com^ines ' the properties of medicinal tonic \vith those of an ideal drink. ? ? ? 'If L E C T E O L'U X KEROSENE RE : FRIGERATORS still being sold at pre-war price. Place your order before price .rise. ; . A. T. ; JONES & CO., 540 Kiewa Street, Albury. rpRY the NEW . EUGENE SELF ? SETTING. MACHINELESS WAVE; for your next perm. Country clients especially catered for. — Mrs. WATKIN, 557 Thurgoona Street, Albury (just past Gaol). Phone 854. : ?V7CTE guarantee a same day service in Shoe Repairs. We pay freight on country orders. ROY QUINN, near Bell's Cafe. ' v...
WEST WYALONG [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
WEST WYALONG The retiring ; -president ? '(Mr. H. McFayden) did not seek reflection at the 'annual meeting, of ; West Wyalong Show subscribers* last Saturday. , . Mr. W. A. Buttenshaw was unanimously 'elected .president. -.' -He had previously occupied the - position in 1925,: 1931, 1932 and 1933. , Mr. ' L. S. ?Chandler, .manager, ot West Wyalong branch of tho Bank .of New South Wales, and;- Mrs; Chandler^ an d' family have- returned home after' spending five . weeks', holidays at Kiama. , ?? , -. : Mr. and Mrs. George - Butler have returned to .- West Wyalong, ,. after spending several weeks , at Bondi. ' Mr. ,-W. H. Bracher, manager of the West' Wyalong branch- of- the Commer cial Bank of Australia Ltd. j .and Mrs. Bracher left tliis week- by ? ear for Sydney on - tlieir annual holidays. Mr. B.- M. Turner, who was. -the relieving manager last year, will again be m charge during Mr. - Bracher 's absence. Mr. and Mrs. - E. - Matthews and their- 'daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs...
TUMBARUMBA [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
TUMBARUMBA Mr. W-:. Lauder is -reported to bo in a 'satisfactory condition- .af tor... a -'serious oporation in * tho Tumbarumba ; District Hospital. '?'Mrs. J. L. Tliomsoiiv is 'making sat is- ! factory progress in the Districfr'Ilospi ?tal, where she underwent an opera tion. * ?' ? ' '-Mr. and Mrs. J. B. * Lauder 's son, William, recently .underwent an opera? :i .?tion for appendicitis in a- Sydney; Hos-, pital.s ? ' ' _ Frionds'of ' tho Birrell family, - who., uiitil last- yearvhad; lived hero for -many i years; will be * pleased- to' hear' that' Pte, Dal Birrell - has- been- recommended -for.i a modal; for conspicuous braveiy ' in tho ' Bardia engagement; ' -His o'der, brother, Los,- whp is in. the Navy, . hafe novr passed' all examinations , to. qualify for''a traindd 'ofiiter. He :lias ?one - more oxaminati'oh, wliich ho will take in a fortnight's 'tinio, to make him .a . lead ing hand. He-was recently returned -homo front Scotland- for duty oi^ -tlio first 'corvctto -built' a...
Culcairn Presidnet Entertains RE-ELECTED FOR 18th TERM [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
Ctaleaim Presidesit ?Eotertams RE-ELECTED FOR 18th TERM CULCAIRN. Councillors, the council staff, and represen tative citizens weye entertained at a dinner given by the presi dent at the Culcairn Shire Council (Cr. J. H. Balfour) at the Hotel Culcairn 011 Tuesday. In proposing' tho toast of Cr. Bal four, Or. Lee said that he was a very worthy president and. lie had filled the position with credit to himself and to the great advantage of the shire.-' Ho congratulated Cr. Balfour on, being re-. i elected for tho 18tli term, which he suggested must be close, to a record for Local Government in Australia. . - 'Cr. Boss, in seconding the toast, said that Cr. Balfour's record of-' ser- vice wa3 a . very notable one and may never .be equalled in this- shire. He had over', a long period of years: given great service to the ? ratepayers ? and the public generally, and ? they- wera grateful to him. ? Mr. MacEwan, of the E., S'; and A. Bank, and the liev. Stuart - Maclrityre added their . cong...
WALLA [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
, WALLA . There -was a good attendance -.at the annual meeting of the ' Lutheran Church Guild. The president (Mrs. J. Stolz) .thanked - , members for -, their, splendid- iwork ; and attendance during the year. -'Tlio financial statement dis-. closed a- credit ? -of . £4/5/8. Officers elected '.were: - President, M;rs. J; Stolz: *vicc;prosidents, Messrs: ? J. L?':.Wenke and B. iVoss; secretary, Mrs. ,W: He'pp ner; assistant secretary; Mrsi I. Paech; treasurer, Mrs. T. Greschke. Hohcesses for afternoon'- tea wore Mes dames T. Greschke, B. Bolirlach an'l W. Heppner. A kitchen tea was „ tendered ' Mills Gladys ' Wenke in the . Lutheran Churc ji Hall before her marriage- to.- Mf. Goorge Brown. About- 60 young- people attended and enjoyed games and. com petitions. -iThe -winners of the 'com petitions .were Miss D. Koelilcr and S. Wenke, and .Miss G. Fietz and Mf. B. Muller.- After- supper Mr. C. Grocli presided- and ? referred -* in; / eulogistic terms to the guest. His remarks wero suppo...