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Border Anomolies Should be Abolished [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941

[Border Anomolies Should Be Abolished ' ? ./ ! \ C ?THE introduction of the Motor Car (Third Party Irisur 1 ance) Act in Victoria last. month adds still further to the difficulties of the: motorist wishing to cross the border into Victoria. With car- drivers already burdened with taxa tion and petrol rationing, abolition of these border regula tions is a matter that should have the immediate attention of the State Governments. Principal difficulty in the complete abolition of the regulations appears to be the lack of some form of compul sory third party insurance in New South Wales, the Premier of Victoria, in a letter to Mr. T. J. Collins, M.H.R., last year, . said that Victoria was anxious to abolish the regulations, but this could noc be done until N.S.W. came into line with an insurance act. Most motorists already have insurance of some form or another on their vehicles, and the introduction of an act by the N.S.W. Government would place no great burden on the .majority . of mot...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stop the Drift From the Land! [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941

Steo the Drift From the. Land!. a - * A REPORT received from Walbundrie this week states that farmers in that district, and an even greater number of farmers' sons, have gone to the fruit-growing areas, principally Mildura, in search of work. These men no doubt, have been forced to seek employment away from then farms in order to find money to keep their homes going. The men on the land are the backbone of Australia, for it is the wealth of our primary produce, equal to the world s best, n that has been helping to pay our overseas debt, am hemmed in by boards, regulations and restrictions, f aimers all over Australia are finding it increasingly difficult to carry on? let alone cftntinue to employ their sons, the future primary producers of the country. If farmers are allowed to drift away from the' land, to find more settled occupations, where hours are fixed, and with no worries about overdrafts, or whether the season is too' dry or too wet, then husbandry will soon become- a lost ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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HOME DEFENCE ENROLMENT CLOSES SOON [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941

HOME DEFENCE ENROL ' MEN! CLOSES SOON Tho attention of those liable to . 'enrol for military service for home . ?defence is drawn to tho fact that the 'last day of enrolment is February :24. 1941. - ; A steady flow of enrolments have 'been received by the Albury area ?office, but there are still a large num ber who have not yet enrolled. -Their attention is drawn to the pro ?clamation exhibited at. the following ?enrolment centres:— Albury, 'Lockhart, 'Henty, The Rock, Walla Walla, Cul ?cairn, Urana, Holbrook,' - ? Corryong, 'Tallangatta and Mitta Mitta. Enrolment forms may. be obtained at the pc3t offices in these centres. 'Failure to enrol carries a- maximum, .penalty of £20 or imprisonment, for 'three months.

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK FEBRUARY. Sydney Standard Time [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941

CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK ' ? , . .^FEBRUARY .. v ? 'Sydney Standard Time Date - Sun ? \ -Rises „Sots a.m. ? p.m. FRIDAY,. 14th .. ... 5 30 6 48 SATURDAY, 15th, .. 5 31 ? 6 4-7 SUNDAY, 16th .-. ..- 5 32 6 46 MONDAY, 17th . .. 5 33 6. 45 TUESDAY, : 18th. . 5 34 .6 44 WEDNESDAY, 19tli , 5 35 ; .6 42 THURSDAY, -20th- ... 5 36 6 41 ? PHASES OF THE MOON Last quarter, 19th March; 4.7 a.m. New moon, 26th March, 1.2 'p.m. First quarter, 5tli April, 10.12 a.m. Full moon, 12th April, 7.15 a.m.

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS BIRTHS GILFILLAN.— On February . ' 7, at ?Hoberne Private Hospital, Wagga, to . Mr. and Mrs. Blair Gilfillari — a son. LLOYD (nee Phyllis Lyons).- — On. Feb Tuary 1 at Hoberne Private Hospital, Wag'gaj. to Mr. and Mrs. Daniel,; J. Lloyd, ' Xtlilone, Mangoplah— a. son, Walter John'. ?DEATHS B3R-OOKS) John Valentine, on Febru ary 11^ at -Albtiu-y, late of Tallan-._ -gatta-. ??? . . ? _ ? BE ATT Y, ' Margaret Jane, relict ol' lato William Beatty, ' on Febru-, v ary 9, at Yackandandah. BOHR, John Francis, .on V.February 9, : at Albury. ?CARLILE, Alice Bridget, on February .-/ 10, 'of . Granya. ' .'?? ? . fcRAWFORD, Edward,' on February 9, ?of Rand. ?DELANEY, - Alexander, on February 7, . suddenly, at Wangaratta. 'GRANT, John, on.February 12, at' 545 ; Schubacliv - Street, Albury.. HARGREAVESj Henry . Thomas, on i February- 9. of ? Kyeamjpa Station, Kyeamba. ? i HUNT^formerly Wilson), May, daugh ter late J. L. - and Mts .Wilson, of Walwa, on February 8, at Ge...

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 — 14 February 1941

Xt HORAN'S I; 'FURNISHERS, YOU PAY' LESS' ' HORAN'S For Cane and Seagrass 'Chairs', 14/6; Seagrass Lounges, 39/9; Deck Chairs, 5/6, 6/6; Folding Seagrass Chair Lounge, , Mackie 's Patent Swing Deck Chairs, Tele Scope Stretchers,- in best white ,duck. HORAN'S For all Summer' ' Chairs and Lounges. Verandah Blinds, made any size, in multi-color duck, and best white duck; 'Window Blinds, in ;' nigjger brown, ' beige, and green linen, 5/11, 7/6., HORAN'S .For Axminister Hall Carnets. ..Hearth Rugs, Door Mats, Moljjvjjiir ' Door Mats, 6/11 ; Grass Mats, oval, 2/3, 3/11; British Lino leum, 7/11; Hall Lino, 27 inch, 3ft. base felt, 4/6. All new at *?'- Horan's. ? We do not 'buy 'second hand furniture. ?' HORAN'S For the Latest Models- in Pram-' ? ettes and Prams, in cane;, and ; wood sides, 25 new : mod'els. Strollers, 23/6, 35/6; Cyclops Strollers, 44/6. Dolly's Strol ; lers, Cane Cribs, and Baby's ! Baskets, Folding -Basinettes, i Drop-side Cots;- High Chairs, and Low Chairs with trays.-'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941

PROFESSIONAL NOTICE 8 s. s: OXENHAM A.R.A.I.A., A.M.I.E. Aust. Architect & Consulting Engineer ?1st Floor, Bank of N.S.W. Chambers, DEAN STREET, AUBURY ? Phono 574 ? - FLEMING, HENDERSON AND STEDi^lAN SOLICITORS For New South Wales and Victoria Albury Chambers, Cr. Kiewa & Dean Streets, Albury Trust . Moneys to Lend on Approved : Securities at Current Rates WILKINSON AND TWOMEl Solicitors, Albury & Wodonga jiOL. WILKINSON, . Commissioner for Affidavits of' all Australian States, New Zealand 'and High ?' Court . .-.of Australia for New South Wales and Victoria. Trust . Moneys to Lend on Approved Security. . THE AIMTRY. HAMMEK AND WODONGA EXPRESS Largest Provincial Weekly In Australia ?PUBLISHED every Friday morning; Terms 6/6 per quaiter, £1/6/ per year. Post free'. Subscriptions may commence from any date. ~~ FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1941 ?

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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LATE OBITUARY MR. MATT. SAWYER [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941

LATE OBITUARY MB. MATT. SAWYER Tho death occurred on Wednesday night of Mr. Matthew. Sawyer, one of the most popular men in grazing and sporting circles ;in9 'Riverina, ' or for thit : matter in. ' the whole . State. Eulomo Station, near, Bethungra, where Mr. Sawyer was 'born and where no had spent the 7 b years or ms liie time, was a notable grazing property and was also known far and wide for the hospitality of . Mr. and Mrs. Sawyer. He was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Sawyer, of Eulomo, and married Miss Jessie Beveridge, daughter of the late John Beveridge, of Dollar Vale, Junee, about 1 8 90. He , is survived by his widow, Mrs. Matt Sawyer, O.B.E., two sons — Messrs. Malcolm ('Mac'), Sydney, and Wallace, Wagga; two daughters — Mrs. 'C. Inglis (Marie) and Mrs. H. N. Hindner '(Nell), both of j Sydney; two brothers — Messrs. Basil i and George, Eulomo, and one sister, Mrs. James Little, Vaucluse. MR. AMBROSE DOXEY . Mr. .Ambrose Doxey, one of Benalla's oldest business i...

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TRAINING BATTALION C.O. THANKS ALBURY (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941

TRAINING BATTALION C.0. ^ THANKS ALBURY (To tie Editor) j Sir,— On the departure of the '2/SSrd Trng. Bn. from the Show grounds Camp, I would like, through, the medium of your paper, to ex press to - the residents of the town and district of Albury the grateful - hTf* rV-« n-nA vucvuao VA uuo xi iViV a nuu men under my command for the . many kindnesses we have received while here. We leave with many regrets and the hope that a turn of the wheel will bring us back again in the near future, and we shall all remember our ? stay in' Albiury as being a very happy period.— Yours, etc., LT.OOL. G-. H. F. MACMUIJjEN, Commanding Officer, 2/23 Trng. Bn. A . k

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FRIDAY [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941

FRIDAY ; I 'Benghasi' surrendered' yesterday.' In these three words, General Wavell. announced, news which electrified- the Eniipire, and which marked a decisive^ stage-, iii the. North African cam paign. .. . All' Cyren,aica: was in British hands. Possession ;of Benghazi), its ; capital, gives Britain an important naval base) which can be used by British aircraft unaertaking raids on. Sicily, which is now being .used .by.. German as., well as Italian planes, , While . the Australian troops were pressing along the coastal road from Derna— from which - the Italians ex pected the .main attack to . come — ! Brftish armored troops further south, svvept across 130 miles of barren and waterless desert from Mekili, along tracks used ' occasionally by carayans a'nd cut the Italian lines , of communi cation south of Benghazi'. With South African troops from Kenya in the van,g'uard, the Battle for Abyssinia ' was under way. South Africans played a big part in the cap ture of the . strong . It...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941

ALBURY RACING CLUB Grandstand Benefit Meeting SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1941 £10 Maiden PlatQ, — W.f.a. -Ijjjjivb.. furs. ? Nom. 6/. _£12 Licensed Victuallers' Handicap -, (donated -1 by Albury hotelkeepers), , £15 .bar. — Seven furs. Nom; 7/. i 'Flying Handicap of £35, to -be run in Three Divisions, . each division w reconstitute a separate ; race, horses To be classified by handicapper. Nom. 6/. £10 Second Division Flying Handicap, j 1 — Six furs. £25 Grandstand Handicap. — Ono mile. I Nom, 7/. ... - ; &1& First Division Flying Handicap. — /48tix furs./j. -. 'r.vv - | £10 Third Division' Flying Handi,cap.^ j Five furs. ! . 'Rebate as per official, -programme. Minimum weight 7st. 71bs., . except where otherwise stated. 'DOMINATIONS for all events close I at 9 p.m.. on THURSDAY, 20 th-. FEBRUARY, 1941, ' and. may be made with Mr. J..F. De Groot, Wagga, or with T. BARNETT, ? Secretary. ' Phones 88 or 276. Box 115, P.O. Albury ITALMNGATM SHOW & GYMKHANA / (NO STOCK EX...

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 — 14 February 1941

Please Tell the Advertiser Yon Saw It in 'The Albury Banner' Service With Distinction For ? over three- a ' -quarters of a^seritury/ . ? . . Ths GLOBE MOTEL 'has '. served Tlie public 'faith- fully through the ages, . an d many famous :. and distin ? _ . guished. names - may be found,, in . its ? ? .? ...: .clientele bearing, wit- ?' - nes5) to. a. ?? prestige ? ? . . and ..?reputation' bo; ?- ? — . --yond ..compare. ; . ,? C Mortals of \ ^Hospitality ' i'. Your Estate, like water and hay^ needs to be conserved! MO ONE knows better than the countryman the need for conser vation. What applies to feed and water applies to your Estate as a whole. When your experienced eye and hand aro gone who will conserve your Estate? Who will see that your affairs are carried on with the utmost efficiency in the interests of your family and other beneficiaries? You will, of course, appoint in your Will an Executor and Trustee. You Will want to see that the Executor has these qualifications: He must ...

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Mabel Clay's Successful Sale HUGE CROWDS ON OPENING DAY Tribute To "Banner" Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941

Mabel . .Glad's;,;; Successful Sale \ -r—— ? 4, f. % HUGE CROWDS ON OPENING DAY '. / Tribute To 'Banner'-' ; . . ?-.-? Advertising . : ! 'Shoppers from all over the district packed the store of Mabel Clay's on the opening day of the summer sale last Thursday. The crowd began to gather at 8.30 a.m. and by 9 o'clock it had spriead out over the footDath to the sutter. A special train from Henty arrived just on nine o'clock, aird its passen: gers, making a- bee-line for j^fcibel ? Clay's, added considerably tjjjpreal ready large crowd.- * It was the best the firm has had. since it established a branch in Albury ? nearly 2i years ago. Four ' sumriiier sales have been held previously by the branch, but they failed to reach the proportions of the present sale. ; ? - Mr. Eric Clay, manager- of the branch, this week: attributed a large , portion of tho success of the sale-Tfco' advertising in the 'Albury Banner' and supplement. He has been' a re gular advertiser in the 'Banner'' supplement s...

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TURF NOTES ON AND OFF THE COURSE [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941

TURF NOTES i Specially Written for 'The Banner' By 'N ewhaven' ON AND OFF THE COURSE Some Oakleigli Plate candidates had; an outing at Moonee Valley on Saturday last. Beaulivre, Gold Salute and Puro Gold ran unplaced in the 6. F. Orr Stakes; tout no notice can be taken of their performances as they met two champions over their pet distance ; of one mile, when a cmirsp. .rp.p.nrrl wnc established. Mil | dura, the winner, was in receipt of | 7 lb. from the runner-up, High Caste. .1 These two were not entered for tho !| Oakleigh Plate. Unishak, winner of W the : Oaldeigh last year and third in 3 1939, was second in the Marine Han i'j dicap to Magic Circle. He carried his Pla.te weight of 8.4 and the six fur Si longs was negotiated in the creditable ti-me ofgM2. Operatic 'was third with, ? 8.13, p^wone more than :he is asked \ to carry in the Plate. iChatsbury ran | third in tho Oakleigh and third in the ?} Newmarket last year, and is not badly $ treated with 8.10' for to-morrow's 5 rac...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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MR. WILKIE MAY VISIT AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941

? — ? ; — : — yc MR. WILKIE MAY VISIT AUSTRALIA SYDNEY. — The possibilities of bringing Mr. Wendell )Willkie )to Australia would be brought before the Federal Cabinet, said the Acting Prime Minister (Mr. Fadden), re plying to questions. He added that he was of the opinion that nothing but good would result from such a visit. In the prosecution of this war Great Britain- and Australia wanted all the advice and co-operation pos sible. _A_ ... A

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CYRENAICA'S NEW GOVERNOR General Sir Henry Wilson Appointed [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941

CYRENAICA'S NEW GOVERNOR General Sir Henry Wilson Appointed . LONDON, February 12. — Lieui. Geiieral Sir Henry Maitland . Wilson yesterday . relinquished command oi' the British troops in Egypt to take over the military governorship of Cyrenaica, of which: lie will be commander-in-chief. . General Wilson will be responsible not only for the safety of the forcos, but -for law- and order in the pro vince. He will issue ' a proclamation soon calling on the inhabitants to oboy the. orders of the military authorities. - -. His successor, to the/Egyptian! com ,mand will . bo appointed soon. General ' headquarters at Cairo has established a political branch to deal with all questions affecting the ad ministration of occupied ? territory,

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LATE COUNTRY NEWS RAND [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941

LATE ? COUNTRY NEWS . , - RAND . : j Miss Betty if -bbb entertained several ljtt,le ;. friends £it a 'party at her home last Saturday'- afternoon to celebrate her birthday. - Mrs. E. Webster and ? her daughter, Mrs. Chapman^' are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Mursden, Bairns dalo. Betty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eric lloseby, , ' ' Dunlceld, ' ' who ' is a pupil of Beilands Ladies' College, Cromorne, returned to: 'school ; this week. Mr. Gilbert'1 Northcotc, -'Mahonga Park,' also Mr. Alan--McNeil, :'-'Groei- Park,'-1 are attached to :the '? Light Horse regiment, and will - bo:;:in camp3 of tho cavalry, division, foi.:1 70 days': at. Geelong. ? \ ^ ' Mr. .Charlie Hall, accompanied by i Mr. Geo. Cooper, returned from a fish- I ing trip in the .Upper1 Mr.rray. Eeith Moss;-^Q]dor : son. of -.Mr.-' and Mrs. W. Moss, of the R.A.A.F., who was in training at Ascot Valo/ rccoived notice of his transfer to Brisbane, -md passed through-: Albury^ en ' route..- .: His parents;.- eisters and...

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TWO'S COMPANY BUT A COMPANY'S...? [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941

fWO'S COMPANY, CUT;; A COMPANY'S , . . ? ? JUNEE; — ;-Mrs. Hatfbrown,'. gf ?Old' Junee) wiio has a number of ?' relatives in Great Britain, lias ' received ii letter wKleli tells of a peculiar mistake — a . mistake which turned out for the: 'best!' A- proihinent lady of tlio- area., sent a formai -invitation -to an Jiusiraiuin uiijjLiuii iv-umc ? her. Tlie invitation. read.:-TT : 'Mrs. ? — : requests the pleas ure of Captain - . ,-'s tonvpany at dinner, etc., etc.' ' To her 'amazement at . tlio . appointed time the captain .. ar rived . .: -but with his com 'pany of 150 men. : Undismayed, she -rapidly, took in the situation and made arrangements for the men to be eiitbrtained' at vari ouus houses- in- the village. So . efficient was her; or^'anisa- . tion that- tho. xnon- 'left, without, ??'-being--- - aware ? of : ? the mistake. But .wo'' wonder about thai cap tain . . . lie WAS an A-istra- ? . linn ! - . ?

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JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES SENTENCED Were On Staff Of Broadcasting Station [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941

JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES SENTENCED . Were On Staff Of Broadcasting Station Three members, of the Jehovah's Wit nesses sect, : whb were attaclibd . to thi radio station 2IID Newcastle, were each sentenced' to ? three months': im prisonment with 'hard labor at ?? New castle Summons Court . on' Monday ?They -had pleaded - guilty to -charges ? o 1 ' having refused to - take.'' the oath ot nnlistment. ?? .:????? ,'T-hey; were- Robert 'Charles Henry 22, land William Watson Mos^s, - 23 radio mechanics, and ' Wilbur r 'Lauri' Mills,. -23, -radio '^station.; manager . anc. accountant. -? - ? -Captain. II; Coop/: area ) officer at Nowcastlcj ^saiil the; m'envall came with in ; ithe v. universal: service ; ? age :limit! and were roquired.to enrol for compul -sory training; vThey: had refused - or tho grounds, that - they .-were membar.' of the sect. _ A warrant for' tho arrest' of Eoj : Newton.. 'Franks, - -20,-: radio : . engineer j formerly s employed- at : 2HD, who failec*. : to-. appear. 'on. a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941

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