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CLERKS URGENTLY WANTED FOR R.A.A.F. Unlimited Requirements In Other Musterings [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
'CLERKS urgently' -WANTED ,.FOR R. A.A.F. - - Unlimited Requirements. In Other . Mpsterings According to advice received by tho secretary of the Albury R. A. A.F. ' ? pre-selection committee (Mr, E. ScLby) this week, clerk generals are - - ' urgently needed for the R.A.A.F. at . present, and as.' many recruits as pos- 1 sible are required during the next ' ' fortnight for immediate enlistment. L: Qualifications -.needed are good office ? n . \JX U1WLUUU ttiiu ? i UU LlilUj . typiug up to 25 v/oi-ds a minute (not ? '' essential for - a : roally good 'man who ' ? ? ' !' can use a typewTitor. to some extent-, ; 'f say, -about 15 words a jninutc),- and ?« aged froni' 3.8 to. 35 years. j : -Mr; Sclby.' has. also been advised -j ?that :..unlimitod..-:rcquirements exist in ?? the:; ^following . inusteirings:— Messmen, ? . J 18-35 years; mess 'stewards, 18-45 years;, dental mechanics, 18-45 years; cooks, .18-50- years; , cook trainees, 18 35 years;, storekeepers, ? l$-35- -years; clprk gene...
NEW EDITION OF "OUT OF THE BAG" [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
NEW . EDITION OF 'OUT OF THE BAG' Federal Supervisor of Light En tertainment for the A.B.C., Harry Prihgle, announces that the second edition of 'Out of The Ba/g,:' will shortly 'go to press' for publica tion on Wednesday, February IS, at 8 p.m., in the- National pro gramme. ' 'Out of The Bag' is having' its face lifted,' he' explained, as ho was dashing out to discuss musical details with Jim Davidson. The now show, while retaining its original form and tempo, as well as three of its star attractions, Dick Bentley and Jim Davidson with the A.B.C. Dance Band and Wilfred Thomas as compere, will -tbring to the microphone new voices, new quizzes, and new features- including a novelty corner, a Mystery Singer, and oppor tunities for Australian composers of popular numbers in tho spot, 'Say It With Music.' A ten-minute minstrel show, 'The Black and White Coons,' will conclude the broadcast. Fred Bluett'. and Los 'Warton will be the Two .Black Diamonds, and in ck Bentley will be the inter...
JINDERA [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
JINDERA At the monthly School of. Arts com mittee meeting last Wednesday even ing the following were - present: — Messrs. p. Weliner (chairman)-, W. Barnes, C. Scholz, . J. O'Connor, P. Krause, E. Wehner, H. Braunacic, A. Klinbcrg and C. iJagensteclier. The report of the treasurer (Mr. E. Weh ner) showed a credit of £7/2/7. Ac counts, amounting to £8/19/, were passed for navment. Mr. J. O'Connor, treasurer tor tlie building fund, re ported that the result of the dance and competition on tho previous Monday was a credit of £9/9/7. A vote .or thanks was passed to Mr. O'Connor for his efforts to reduce tho-debt. . ±t wa3 decided to hold progressive cuch;e parties in three w.eekly (periods, the lirst. to take place on Saturday, Feb-: ruary 22. , ' ' ??'?-?. Winners* at a euchre party in aid of . the Red. Cross on- Saturday . even ing 'were:— Women: Mrs. A. 'Schneider ?1, Airs. i. Gogall-2. ? Men: P.._Sparks x,- B. Mangelsdorf 2; - - Mr: H. Klinberg- has recovered from ?his accident, and...
YERONG CREEK [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
yerong creek : Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Ferguson- v- and. infant1 ? son, of 'Ceramic,'?, . are;. holi-, daying'at Sunshine (Via.). ?; Mr. ' and. Mrs. H. G. Saunders ' are on their annual holidays. ?* . After' spending somo - 'timo-.witL ?friends, Miss Edna' Willis-, lias left ;;foi:- Sydney, where she -.will preside: with : her parents. . - Mr; 'and Mrs. R. S.^Ricliards : are -.on., a camping holiday on iho- Hawkesbury River. ' Mrs. II. Grinham is in Bendigo with her sister,, who is ill; Miss Duffy, who has been staying with her sister and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. j. 'f. Fraser, 'has re turned to her homo in. Whittleseo, Vic. ' ? ' : ? Mr. J. J. Driseoll, who has been ,ir business as a hairdresser for sonv yoajs, has . left Yerong Creek, and i: residing in Lcetou. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Humphries and family havo taken ? up residence in Yerong Creok, where Mr. Humphries has been appointed stationmaster. Mrs. E. Garliek is in Sydney.
DELIGHTFUL NEW RECORDINGS IN "MUSIC LOVERS' HOUR" [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
DELIGHTFUL l\!EW RECORDINGS IN 'MUSIC LOVERS' HOUR' A number of delightful new . record ings will be heard in the 'Music Lovers' Hour' from 2 AY at 1 p.m.' on Sunday. This session is always eagerly awaited by lovers of good music in the district, and is a regular feature from the station. ? i The programme will open, this Sun I utvj' witu luiv s^ruvvii j-zictmuiiua v^vtsi ture, played by the London Philhar monic Orchestra, conducted by Con stant Lambert, and this will be follow ed by Oascar Natzche, baritone, sing ing 'Drinking'.'; 'Le- Beaue Dan ube' ballet musie, played by the Lon don Philharmonic Orchestra,' conducted by Antal Dirati; a vocal arrangement of Dvorak's Largo from 1'he Nrfw World Symphony, 'Going- Home'; Richard Tauber singing '11' IMio Tesoro,' from 'Don: Givanni,'', by Mozart; Jo fin Charles 'J 'ho mas sing ing 'O Men From The Field;),' and it will conclude with Leopold -Stokowsici and the Philadelphia Orchestra' play ing 'The Sorcerer's Apprentice,'' by Dukas. ? «...
HENTY [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
HEJNTi? Sergeant arid Mrs. -Mali1 and family I have returned from holidays. Mr. H. W. G. Baker, manager of the Henty braneli of the ~ Common wealth Bank; accompanied by Mrs. Baker and Lois, is holidaying in New castle, where Lois will enter a school. . Mr. M. C. Judge, of the relieving staff of the Commonwealth Bank, is at the Henty branch. Ml* Tfpn .Tntxroll n-P TTnirfa rPlmof Albury,' spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and ' Mrs. S. E. Jewell, Ivor-street, Henty. , Mr. and Mrs. C. Lyrfs have, returned after a month in Melbourne. Miss Joyce Schuster, who has been staying with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Schuster, 'Woodlornc,' has- re iurned to Melbourne. . ': ? Mr. and Mrs. W. J. -Terlich are holi daying at Bright,- Vic. - Civ A. . D. Finlayson presided- at the monthly- 'meeting of the~ Farmers ano settlers^ : Association. Business trans acted was mostly o%f a general nature. Requests for cleaning' the table drains were sent to the Lockhart Shire, and the attention of the sh...
WEST WYALONG [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
WEST WY ALONG . Several changes have taken- place in the -teaching- staff of West-.^ Wyalong:! [?District School since the holidays.^ The i former headmaster, ' Mr. : II. P. Heath, I has : gone: to Deniliquin as ' headmaster I of tlie -' -Intermediate - High ? School i 'there; . He is ? succeeded - by ; Mr. A;.- T- lilUUUJ^WUU CU1UB5- X1U111.' J.VXUXVVUXUV . .X1IC :former first-assistant, Mr. : J. R. White ford,- has- 'gone to. Walbundrie -as head mastor of .the - Public iSaliool ;tliere. .-;? He : is'succeded. by Mr. 0 'Brien, who: comes from - South ? Goulburn. - : Miss ; E. - Scho fiekl lias- gone .to Cronulla, -Miss Lorna Menzies' .^to Singleton - Intermediate I-Iigh SchoDl,' and -Mr; L. Grant to. Homebush. Other new appointments to West Wyalong are Miss -Brownlow, front' the Sydney.' Teacliers^ .^ College; and Miss Zelma Forsythe, from Cano windra. Miss Forsythe, before going to Canowindra 12- months ago, was for some time on the staff of the Wyalong. ?Public School. Her mothor...
CAR CAPSIZES ON BEND Woman Killed Near Wangaratta [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
CAR CAPSIZES ON BEND Woman Killed Near Wangaratta WANGARATTA; — When a motor car overturned at , a double bend near Glenrowan last Sunday afternoon Miss Gladys Mayne, 22 years, of Charn wood-street, St. Kilda, received in juries from ; which she died shortly after admission to the: local hospital. William Claude- Jagoe,, Somerset, Tasmania, suffered severe - lacerations to the head. Miss Ken -McDonald and a sister of Miss Mayne were , admitted to hospital suffering from ? lacerations and severe shock. - The party was * returning ? from Bonegilla Camp/ where ? they ? had i been, visiting Miss Mayne's' brother, -Pte. Alfred Mayne, in hospital, v : It: is' be lieved tho steering .gear .of - the' car failed. The injured were -v-, -.taken to hospital Jay passing motorists. .The car was badly damaged.
Albury Soldier May Be Decorated For Bravery [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
r-\ Albiu-y Soldier May Be Decorated For Bravery According to information, received by liis mother, pte. Dallyn Birrell, of Albury, is to be decorated for bravery in action at Baidia. Pte. Birrell enlistei,i in February last year, and' has been in action sinco early in January of this year. His father is witl? the 7th Garrison Bat talion at Manly, and his brother is ai signals officer in an R.A.N. mine sweep'er. ? ? — ? ? ; ? — ? ? -^ar Miss Vera Fraser, Yerong Creek, has returned to -her home after being a patient in the Wi'-gga l-iospital. Miss Isabel : Garliek, : of := Yerong* Creek postal - staff, lias returned after spending a ' holiday : in -Victoria. Mr. H. A; Brown, a'ccompaniecl' -by lus soil; Stewart, has gone : to' Sydney, where ? he will engage in poultry farm ing at Riverstone. Mrs. Brown and tlin : fmnilv . will shortlv. follow; : ' Mr. Keith 'Shipard, Cootamundra, is spending his' annual holidays with ; Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Shipard, 'Cedar Hill,' Yerong Creek. '/'? ?? M...
From the Pages of the Past 50 YEARS AGO [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
. ? ? ? From the Pages of the Past /A 50 YEARS AGO (From 'Tlio Banner,' February I ? 13, 1891) The polling of tho municipal elections took place on Saturday and passed off- very quietly. Several of the candidates, - how over, ^appear to have worked ,- . very industriously without much % demonstration, ana the result was a pretty close contest be ? tween ; tiie tnree who were-' re , turned, Messrs. Thompson, Woods and L'lienery. For - some months, past vague ? I rumors have beeii current in re gard *to. the alleg-ed discovery of some valuable lodes in the neigh borhood ' of Germanton (now Hol brook). No details were obtain , able, but it was understood „ that gold, silver and . tin had been found in the locality referred to. - On Monday , last the agent of a Melbourne syndicato, who ' has ? been, for -two or three months c'gagod, in thoroughly prospect ing. the., ground, arrived in Albury : - and took -up '32 mineral licenses covering a large area of ground at Four Mile Creek, about ...
TUMUT [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
- , TUMUT - ?'' A meeting of tlie auxiliary.'of Tumut branch -of the Lord Major 's ' Patriotic and War Fund decided to send another batch of parcels, containing; comforts, to : Tumut soldiers now , 'on acti\'tj ser vice. On December 9 40 parcels were sent, and word has. been -received from some of the .bovs exDressino- thanks for .the gifts. - ' - Tomorroma . Red - 'Cross : : committcc held a sports. meeting ? on ,-the Adjung billy: sportsground; ; and. : a ? dance at i night. . The.. latter Realised £24/13/ at the door.: -A total of £60 is expccteci to be- the- result of the two [functions. ' - At last meeting of Tumut brancii oi': tho ? G.WvA. .Mrs. : N. : Dare tendered -hoi. resignation, owing to lier: departure: for. Glen ? Innes. The . financial statemenl showed receipts for tlie. month to be £5/9/3 ? i and ..Cexpen'diture /?. £0/8/7 ; the present bank balance .is ? £21/1/6. Mes dames ; Peden,' .Robinson and ' : Godfrey wore 'appointed xlelegates ? to - the gen eral conference ...
Everything Bright and Green Boree Greek. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
Everything Bright and Green Boreo Creek. Dear Uncle, — It is a long time: sinei I last wroto to the Page. The rain wc have received in the past few week: was- very acceptable, vcrytlung look., bright, and green. -My hobbies aic horse-riding, . sewing,. ...reading . ,Wm» West books and playing! . cards. W, have a lot of vegetable / seeds'/ sown, ana some are coming-' up. j. uu,yu .. stamp book in. which T have many dif ferent stamps. Buckingbong schoo ^children went back to school- on - Janu- ary 28. Two of- my sisters,' 'Queen of -the River' and 'Western Cow girl' and my brother Robert are go ing. to -school. .Donald; is going:, to start school in -March. We .have three little kittens; - one is grey, one blue and one white. ' We. have three big cats. I would like to congratula*'5 Joyce Potts ? oh^-thexexcellent ? : letters ihe writes 'to the' Page.— 7-Mum-. has a lot of canna and roses in bloom. Mum has . over 100 - little, chickens - and over 80 fowls. With best wishes to Aunty, th...
His Many Hobbies Boree Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
His Many Hobbies Boree Creek. . Dear Uncle,— It ist a very long, while since I last wrote to the Page. Well, Christmas has passed again. I hope ypu,.. Aunty and the nineteen had .a merry Christmas and '/have a prosper ous new year. . I received many nice presents. ?; I do hope dear old Saritli didn 't -forget -you. My- hobbies are horse-riding, housekeeping, s sewing on the-macnine ana nana-sewmg; aisu j. like, gardening and ? listening to the cowboy, songs which Tex,- Jimmy, Wilf, Buddy, Gene, Hank, Billy and George sing. Muni' has a lot of flowers out in bloom. 'Drover' Has six dogs. Mum has over 100 chickens. She has two 'blue-and-wMte chickens, two whiie ones and one yellow one. We had 100 points of rain; ,'It is raining here to day. Before this rain we had the 100 points. There was a lot^of water in the. swamp, but when the rain stopped' it sooii dried up;- We 'have -two little pigs and three big ones. We. have 10 calendars of this year. '-My grand mother, Uncle - Ralphs and A....
Had A Tin-Kettling Biggara, via Corryong. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
Had A Tin-Kettling Biggara, via Corryong. Dear: Uncle, — I was very pleased : to see my. letter in print. : We had a tin-, kettling ^n Saturday, night. It was Tom Colman .and his wife. Tlie bride is very nice. My little, 'sister -Jean is. starting: school tliisr year. Mrs. Ward- was down here on Sunday. She is a nice old ladv. I would like a pen friend about .10 or 11 years of age to write to me. Well, Uncle, there is.no more news, so I will close; Wishing you, Aurtty and. the, nineteen the best of health. — Your fond niece, 1 . 'SHIRLEY -POPPY.' (I hope you get a pen-friend/ Mar garet. I suppose you had a good time at- the tin-kettling. : Wish your father 'many happy returns' -for me.) ; .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
Edga1' PASSANT 535 OLIVE STREET, ALBURY PHONE 722 Agent for BALTIC \ SIMPLEX Dairy Farm Machinery The Mighty Hillman Minx and Humber Cars and Commer Trucks All Machining and Engineering Repairs — Steam and Stationary Engines — Farm Equipment by. Skilled and Experienced Engineers. ii ? ? ? i.-»upu..H ? ' ? ? - ? ? - ' BETTER MONUMENTAL WORK AT LOWEST COST J. X WARTZELHAN MONUMENTAL SCULPTOR Cr. Young & Swift Streets, Albury NEAR RAILWAY GOODS SHEDS Admitted to be the Best for all Kinds of Monumental Work General Cemetery Work Carried Out in all Classes of - MARBLE AND GRANITE MONUMENTS, KERBINGS, TOMB . .. VAULTS My Prices are Far Below City Prices and only First-class Workman ship and Materials Used. ? Work supplied and erected anywhere in N.S.W. or Victoria. Designs and Prices given for all Classes of Monumental Work.
JUNIOR RED CROSS KNITTING COMPETITION Prizes From Mary Grant Bruce [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941
JUNIOR RED CROSS ? I KNITTING COMPETITION Prizes From Mary Grant Bruce The high standard of knitting in I the numerous scarves sent in from all i parts of N.S.W. for this competition won praise from ? the judges , (Mrs. I John Moore, O.B.E., and Miss Elsie Browne), who have jubt mado tho awards. : Tlio two prizes offered by .- that popular Australian authoress, Mary Grant Bruce, were won by the follow ing competitors: — First ' prize, -^ono guinea, Gwyeneth Webber, Boundary street, Rossville; second prize, auto graphed copy of one of Mary Grant Bruce 's books, .Heather Greiner/ ?????Re- nown, -Boreo Creek (N.S.W.).. The, : judges also gave a special prize -'to an eight-year-old competitor,. . / Jennifer Suttor, Glendowda, Mullaley (N.S.W.). All the competitors . were undex^lG years of ago. ' All the scarves s*§^in will' bo forwarded overseas by ' ' the junior Red Cross to bring -comfort' to sick or wounded men of tlio 'Austra- lian forces abroad.