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"STATE RIGHTS ON OF GREATEST OBSTACLES" CORRESPONDENTS VIEWS ON DECENTRALISATION [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
'STATE RIGHTS ONE OF GREATEST OBSTACLES' CORRESPONDENTS VIEWS ON DECENTRALISATION / In a further letter to ''The Banner' on decentralisation, Mr. J, A. McKenzie, of Junee, expresses the opinion that 'State rights appear to be one of the greatest obstacles in the more even distribution of population,' ^ He suggests that centralisation has been the source of a ? great deal of industrial troubles and that the opening of more ports would offer a solution for the more rapid handling and distribution of perishable product's and make room for a large population. ., ? The letter reads ? ? ? * ; . - - (To the Editor) . . Sir,— State rights appear . to be one of - the greatest obstacles to tlie_more even distribution .of our population. Every move that is created to bring about decentralisation is strenuously opposed , by the vested interests of tho Capital cities. ...j'-,.-- , How fivr this., can .go. on would :be j very hard to say, but. 1 w.ould venture i the opinion that if it is persever...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
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HENTY PATRIOTIC-COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
HENTY PATRIOTIC COMMITTEE HENTY. — In, the' absence of the pre _sident (Mr. T. L. : Sellc), the . vice 'president (Mr. P. E. Paech). presided over the monthly meeting. Also pre sent were Messrs: H. K. Knox (secre tary), E. R. Alchin (treasurer), N. C. R. Elphick, B. C. Selk, J. S, Wild, W. J. Scott and A. L.- Rutlierford. . vunuopuuuunco ???? .inciuuuu ? a loner from the Culcairn. Shire Council, ask ing the committee to open- a fund for i the relief .of . Greek war .' victims.1 ? It was decided that a fund be ? opened. - It was stated that, two - local Greeks had already, substantially supported this appeal. ' ? The- treasurer's statement' ^ revealed i a credit balance of £314/11'/. Receipts i for -the month totalled £10/12/. - The . total raised, by the . committee - to date is £1502/12/8. ' ! It was Agreed that the: suni of : £10 for tlie Culcairn .Shire Ambulance ap peal and £2 .for: the British -. Bombed' i ?Victims' Fund be remitted.. It was re-i solved to write for outstanding...
COUNTRY NEWS AND PERSONAL ITEMS CULCATRN [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
COUNTRY NEWS i AND 1: PERSONAL ITEMS !L««5s=rs=s==s=^^ From Special 'Banner' Correspondents. ? ... 5=555 CULCAIRN i Tie following were, present at a meeting of Culcairn Patriotic and War Fund Committee: — Messrs. H, A. Wel lard (.president), P. Durie (secretary), A. H. Zweck, O. C. Alldis, H. Wardley, ' D. Cox, R. MacEwan, Mesdames 3?. Goninon, D. Cox, W. Barnett and H. Pollard. The sliire clerk (Mr. Conley) advised that the committee of ? the Greek War Belief Fund sought help in obtaining subscriptions to the fund and the matter -was being referred, to the various patriotic- .committees throughout the ^hire for consideration. It was decided, on the motion of Messrs. Alldis and Wardley that £25 be given to the appeal! Mr. Alldis intimated that :bank orders in connec tion with patriotic payments were now. exempt from stamp duty. In connec tion with the appeal for weekly con ' tributions it was, decked that a special meeting be held to finalise matters and to arrange for committeemen ...
TALLANGATTA [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
TALLANGATTA - Miss Heath Ronan, daughter of . Cr. and Mrs. Jim Ronan, lias been appoint', ' ed junior teacher at Tallangatta school 'and has commenced duties there. , - Miss Stella Sweeney, is visiting -Mr. and Mrs. George Dav-is. -Mis3 Paton is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Browne, Cascade, r Mr. J. Huck, or Sydney, is visit ing here. Mrs. Courtney, - sen., who went to. Wangaratta to Visit her daughter, Mrs; O'Donnell, took?: vory, -ill : wliilo stay ing there, and was '. -brought homo again; - -Her., daughter lias- conie with her. . ? : Mrs. (Hallowes,' with , her children, has returned from 'a holiday at Morn ington: Mr., J. . Parker, of tho Gippsland and Northern' Co. Ltd., motored bach- ±'rom town at the' week-end.
LAVINGTON [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
LAVING TON A meeting of- the Patriotic Com mittee held Jiast week decided to hold, a- euchre party and dance on February 19. The prize for cards, totalling ?30/, -was donated by members. ...The balance sheet: of the recent euchre party 'and dance, in aid of the Red .Cross 1 was presented at a meet in,^, last week. . The. profit, including a donation; of ,£1/1/ .from Or.; J. E. Jelbart,', .was.'£8/'12/. - It , was decided to purchase wool to the value of £5. i Material: for seven ^dressing gowns was distributed, to members.: for making^ Weekly . subscriptions,- amounting to | £3, was handed in.' ' Mr. Musgrove -is . in- hospital. ? Mr. and Mrs. E.;Bradford and their son, :Les, have returned _ from a six weeks' motor tour. .' Mrs. G.. IBuchhorn' and her. daughters have returned from a holiday spent a the seaside- in; Melbourne. . - - Mr. - Jacob- Frauenfelder .has . 20 fine specimens on a -single marrow-' vine of the bush variety/: --. - L Five years ago Mr. A. Breen w:as given ? an^ ...
MAN FOUND HANGED AT HENTY [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
MAN FOUND HANGED AT HENTY HENTY. — Edward George Ranger, aged 45 years, Railway Parade, Henty, foreman telephone linesman at -Henty, was found t-y his -wife -late last Sun day afternoon hanging from a rope in his garage. Medical aid was sum money, but life was 'pronounced ex tinct by the doctor on his arrival. He was last seen alive at 4.15 p.m. lvinff on the floor of his home talkin,'' to Mr. Ike Lowry, a friend of the' family, and he tlien was talking nor mally.. Later he said that he was going to lie down on his bed, and that was the last seen of him alive. * Mrs. Ranger and her daughter, Betty, were out for the afternoon and returned at 5.15 p.m. and made in auirics of her husband. Mr. Lowry I stating that he was lying down. Mrs. Ranger called her husband, but, receiv ing' no answer, investigated, and was horrified to find his body hanging on a piece of rope clothes-line affiled to the roof of the garage. Ranger, who was a native of New castle, served in the last war as a , sail...
Tumut Graziers' Annual Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
, vTumut Graziers' Annual Meeting TUMUT. — At the annual meeting of Tumut branch of the Graziers' Asso ciation of N.S.W. the following - were elected: — President; Mr. -T. Sullivan;, vice-presidents, Messrs. R. W. Prowse and T. J,. G. Burbury; secrotary, Mr. TT' T-T. f'vmjf-li ? rlolno-nf p« fn ' pmifnr cnce, Mesisrs- Crouch and D. G. Fuller. .A wolcomo was extended , to new. mem-, bers -in Messrs. K. Wilkinson; (man ager for 'Mr. G. -II. -Hooper), A. J. -Kell (Nangus), J. Gown and B. Brennan. j Mr. ? Ross, M.L.A.y is to bbo' written. - to,- I expressing appreciation of ::his . sorvices to the branch, . and ; askings him toeon-. i test tli6 Ya?s scat atvthe next- State election. , . - - ' ' «
RADIO PROGRAMMES PERSONALITIES PARAGRAPHS 2AY Harmony In the Home Club A LETTER FROM JEAN [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
[?] PROGRAMMES PERSONALITIES g PARAGRAPHS | J 2AY Harmony In the Home Club A LETTER FROM JEAN J^EAR MEMBERS, — I will devote my letter this week to club activities. At our last committee meeting it was decided that we hold a '-Gist- Together' in the Albury Gardens each Thursday afternoon while tbo weather remains fine. Thero will be a collec tion of . a silver coin, which will', 'pro vide tea and sugar, and the .surplus will be donated to . our 'Hot Trolley l'und. During tho atternon .there will be various competitions conducted, for which theatre tickets will be given as prizes. I would like to see a large attendance at these functions, os .it will enable the members to meet and exchange views, make friends and re new old ones. It will have to nerve as our correspondence session for the duration of the war.' You have one more week to ? send along your nominations for nur. execu tive committee, and I would like to remind you that our present commit tee have done wonderful ' work dur...
25 YEARS AGO [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
25 YEARS AGO (From 'Tho Banner,' February I 18, 1916) _ Tho . Munich ' 'Nouste Nach riehten?, says that this year's Zeppelin fighting will be direct ed aboye all against British mari time supremacy. , Tho principal feature of, the programme ' will be tho combined playing of Zeppe ,.lins and . submarines as trump curds against the most import ant barrier points' of England. * * * By tho death— of Mr, Thomas Chubb, who had been in business ? as a saddler- for over ',20 years, . Albury : on Saturday night lost ono of its most popular, ener getic and -upright citizens. * * :|: The beer, strike, which had beon in ? operation- at Portland since February , 1, owing to the 'publicans increasing the price to fourpence, lias ended. The price was reduced* to threepence again. ' ? = ? -*
2AY PROGRAMME FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14 [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
FX 2AT PROGRAMME FRIDAY, FE3RTJABY 14 , *7.0 a.m.. Early Morninsr Revi»wr ; 7.1o, Prairie Melodies; 8.15. Business Girls' Ses sion; 8.30, Hospital Cheer; 8.45, Overseas News ; 9.15, 'Betty and Bob' : 9.30, Mothers' Uelodies ; 9.45, Wodonga Session ; 10.15, 'Har- mony in the Home' Session, conducted by J«*n; 10.30, Harmony Hiehliehts ; 31.0, Morn inr Tea with Marizo ; 11.20, Home Furnish ing ; 11.45, Mid-Morning Melodies ; 12.30 p.m., Luncheon Music ; 1.30, Swing Session ; - 6.30, Children's Session; 6.0, Dinner Music; 7.0, National News Service Commentary ; 7.20, 'ALBURY BANNER' NEWS SliRVICE; 7.30, 2AY Sportinir Session, Farmers' News Service^ 8.30, ''Fred and Maegie Everybody' ; 8.45, Dance Programme ; 9.0, 'Pivot' Dance Time ; 12.0, Close. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15 7.0-11.0 a.m., See,. Friday morning 11.0, Department of Information Talks ; 11.15,' Hospital Session ; 12.30 p.m.. Luncheon Music; 5.30, Children's Session; 6.0, Dinner Music; 6.45, Sporting Session ; 7.0, National News Se...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
Norman Heath ALBURY LICENSED RECEIVERS Wool. Sheepskins, Hicks. Tallow. Rabbit & Fox Skins, Hair. Wax PBOMPT CASH RETURNS — NO . CHARGES ? Don't be this way with BLACK DISEASE. Inocu- J late now before the disease breaks out. For best i . results and certain immunity BIO. BLACK DISEASE : - TOXICULTURE - STANDS UNRIVALLED . . „ : ' : h :? Seldom -? do i you -notice sick sheep — you simply' find them dead ? j ? ? on tho camp: -.-Deaths go on night jfCter night) unless you- 'injure , J ? - ? by. inoculating the whole flock:.:. Use BIO. TOXICULTURE- only. / lt | - - is'' the original single injection ? product, -which has stood the -test (jf f time, turned- thousands iind thousands of- acres of useless country, into ;. I ,.. ,.r. . ? first-class sheep grazing-land, and, HAS ABSOLUTELY OUTSTRIPPED ? ?? ALL OTHER PRODUCTS WITH 'THE HIGHEST TOTAL SALES; H ?' in the Commoinvealth. ' l Use Bio. Toxiciilture— -Accept Nothing Else ? -? - i ...... ... 1; ; ' ? . WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FRO...
Urangeline Wheatgrowers Meet RESOLUTIONS FOR TEMORA CONFERENCE [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
Ul|uagelinie Wh(?at igrbwers Meet RESOLUTIONS FOR TEMORA CONFERENCE . A' meeting of ' TJrangeline hrianch of tho Wheat gro-wers'. Union of N.S.W. -was held and the following ? we re present: Mr. H. G-leeson (chair iiian), Cr. Jones, Messrs. J. A. Ral ston, F. Gleeson, W. ; Slattery, T. Ralston, T. MfcGrath, M. Morey, A. Matt,- P. D j Gleeson, J, Bradbury, J. Blight, B. Jacob and H. McKinty. The secretary was instructed to have inquiries made regarding the brand of : superphosphate handled by the union, ' and whether members - could buy Commonwealth' fertiliser through the union .and bo entitled to the same rebate. '^v.' '£?:££ ^'. '. . . Although the- Urangeline branch, of i the F. and' S.A.-:disbanded last Augusty i the. secretarj'- told . members ? -present that those who had signed .the./ bank order, and : had not cancelled- it- 'were debited with the. fee at their ^respec tive banks on January 1. The secre tary was asked 'to communicate, with the general secretary ? of ? tha F: ...
WOMAN KILLED Car Rolls Down Slope FOUR OTHERS HAVE MIRACULOUS ESCAPE [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
WOMAN KiLLED Car Rolls Down Slope FOUR OTHERS HAVE MIRACULOUS ESCAPE When a sedan car Tolled over the edge of the Upper Murray road, one mile on the Albury side of Granya, on Monday morning, and plunged 30 feet down a rocky strewn incline, Miss Alice Bridget Carlisle, aged '82 years, a retired' school toaccher, sus tained injuries from Tvhich she died shortly afterwards. Four other occupants, of the .car were slightly injured. They were:— Carl William Carlisle, aged 25 years, driver of the car, and a- nephew: or Miss Carlisle, scratches; Stanley: Wart man, . aged 36 years, bruises; Mrs. Wartman, wife of Stanley 'NVartman, shock; Mrs. Carlisle, -? mother of - Carl William Carlisle, injuries' necessitating lier admission -to the Tallangatta Hos pital. ' - .xno acciaent ' occurred - about- .10 V4U a.m. when- 'the..: car ?: was endeavoring to: pass a flock of- slieep on tho narrow road, the edge of which crunmlcd be neath the outside wheels loi' thbr car which rolled down the slope, ove...