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

BR0CKLESBY RED CROSS BROCKLESBY. — /The monthly meet ing' of Brocklesby branch of the Rec' Cross was held at the School of Art?. Those present were: — Mesdames E. M'Grath ? (vice-president, in chair), MaxwellpLow, Weule, Severin, Head, Ziebarth, Figgis, Welsh, Minogue (sec retary), Misses . McCormack, Martin; Maxwell. Apologies were received from Mesdames Drew,- Anderson, Vile, Prosser, E. Koschitzke, W. KodchirKke, Lawson. The treasurer's report show ed a balance of £44/11/1. It wqs decided to procure^jyie. dozen. goodwill cards. 'Arrangements were made to hold the 'Red Cross Appeal Day' on March 19. The function will 'take place on the golf links, and a suitable programme of games, competitions, etc., will be planned at a later meet ing. The charge for admission will 'lie^ 2/, which will cover all costs. Chil dren will be admitted free. THE WORLD'S. GOOD NEWS r - - will come to your home through THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR An international Daily Newspaper ? It records for you th...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Poultry Re-grassing Of Bare Runs GRASS MIXTURES FOR MARCH SOWING [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941

Poultry. Re=grassmg Of Bare Runs GRASS MIXTURES FOR MARCH SOWING . On most poultry farms the runs are | seldom large/ enough to permit good pastures to remain permanently estab- 1 lislied, and even' where large runs are provided tho long' drought, has left the yards- bare and the present rains . liayc caused' nothing but a rapid growth ol ] naddv's 'lucerne, purple top, fat hen i and- other useless and objectionable weeds. It would be difficult to make all' the runs ' available for . re-grassing in one season (writes tlie Poultry Ex pert of the Department ..of Agricul ture' in current notes), but if arrange ments could be made ' to spell a pen 01 two each year it would, be possible to establish a- crop of mixed' pasture gi'assos on them, and this would be a decided 'adyantage to the birds and prevent erosion of the yards, ; wliicL frequently occurs on ? slopes!. . KTv/o alternative mixtures of pasture grasses suggested by the Agrostologist of the Department are: — (1) Italian Rye 12...

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

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Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HENTY DISTRICT TENNIS ASSOCIATION Last Saturday's Games [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941

HENTY DISTRICT TENNIS ASSOCIATION Last Saturday's Games HENTY.— After matches played-last Saturday, the ^position of teams in . Henty District Association competition '/ is:— 'Culcairn, played- 7, won 5, lost 1, drew 1, total -22;- Osborne Creek,- 6, 4, 1, 1, 18; North Henty, 7, 4, 2, 1, . 18; Ryan No.. 1, 7, 3, 3, 1, 14 ; Mun yabla, 6, 1, 4, 1, 6; Eyan No. 2, 7, 0, :: 6,1,1, 2.' , ? ? . RYAN 2 -V, NORTH HENTY Played at Eyan and won by North Henty, 87 to 71. Scores (Eyan first' mentioned): — T. H. Wheaton and P. - W. Singe lost to A. Newell and N. Bahr 0-6* lost to 0. Balir and A. Bahr 2-6, di E. Pertzel and B. Eosser, 6-1; E. Wheaton and B. Caldwell lost to A. Newell 'and N. Bahr 4-6, lost to 0. and 'A. Bahr. .5-6, d. Pertzel and ;Eos . sor, 6-2; P. Hurley and C. Wheaton lost to Newell and Bahr 3-6, lost , to 0. and A. Bahr 1-6, d. Pertzel ' and Eosser, 6-1. . ' Miss I. Wheaton and Mrs. F. W. Singe -d. Misses W. Ziersch and P. Woodman 6-3, d Mis.s E. Pertzel and Mrs. A. J. BoVles, ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HUME TENNIS TOURNEY District Branches Of Red Cross Will Benefit [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941

HUME TENNIS ''TOURNEY District Branches Of Red Cross ' Will Benefit JI5TDEEA— The Ilumc Tennis As sociation tournament, ' in aid 'of the Eod:' Cross, was 'concluded last Satur day. ' With tho co-ordination of Red Cross members; it J was'' a financial success. The credit; balance will not be 'under £16, ' arid ? will- : be divided between the Bed . Cross branches at Jindcra, Walla, Burrunrbuttocsk and i Gerogery. _ f i The winners in the; tournament were: Championship doubles, Mesdames Schir mer and Guest,. F. and C. Sparkes; A grade women's doubles handicap^ Mes dames Schirmer; and Guest; A' 'grade mixed doubles, C. and Miss A. Scholz; A grade 'men's doubles handicap,' A Ortlipp and H. Jarrick; B ' : grade women's handicap, Misses^ D. Jacob and I.' Gogol]; B grade mixed doubles handicap, J. O'Connor and Miss E. Schilg; B grade men's 'doubles handi cap, F. W. Jacob and J. Gogoll-.

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Man Severely Burnt. When PetroL Ignites [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941

Map Severely Burnt. When \ .' Patrol Ignites ? Mr. Claude Smith, an employee ol the Main Eoads Board, while working at Mullengandra, ' between'- Holbrook and : Albury, carried,^ a\' spare' tin; o± petrol on the : sidfl . of his.- machine, 'and- the jolting caused the t cork to burst out of the drum. ? :???? -Mr. Smith ay?13 sprayed, with the petrol. He 'immediately tjrought the machine to a: standstill, -As .he /did, the petrol ignited, evident Jy fr6m'' contact with a spark, from exhaust pipe. Mr. -Smith becariieii'enyel'0p6'd. in flames. Ho was severely burnt ' on the' right arm and ribg, and if- will bo some time beforo ho is able to resume wor-. Trainoo Killed in Air Accident,— A Eoyal Australian Air Force pilot traineo was killed and a Royal Air Force officer was injured in a flying accident near Werribee on Monday. Two single-engined advanced training aircraft collided during an instrument flying exercise, but two members of the crows landed by parachute nnd were uninjured. Th...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Welcome Home To H.M.A.S. Sydney CRUISER BERTHS AT CIRCULAR QUAY [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941

Welcome Home To % Sydney CRUISER BERTHS AT CIRCULAR QUAY SYDNEY.— After an absence of i2 months, during which she brought honor to the , Austra lian navy, H.M.A.S. Sydney was greeted with great enthusiasm when she berthed at Circular Quay on Monday. A great crowd of happy relatives of. the men with friends and .admirers joined in a joyous welcome. As 'the Sydney came.fround Bradley's Head there was a burst, of cheering, and the, ferryboats with their shrieking sirens joined in the din. ..????: ? ??? The family reunions ' wore all ; the, happier, as not one man had ' been killed :'despito the., fact, that, the cruiser had^had over 20 encounters with Italian cruisers .and shore- batteries in athe Mediterranean. The Walrus plane, i alongside whicli ? airmen -in khaki uni form were drawn up, attracted much Interest as the war .ship came along side tlio wnarr.- unicers ueciareu uuii the plane had carried out. much valu able reconnaissance workV in the Medi terranean. ' During the shellin...

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

Wagga Piiot Wounded Flying .alone on 'patrol, Flying Offi cer Bert Duff, of the . R.A..F., whose parents, livo. in /Wagga, encountered a formation,- of ,i;i 8 Italian' planes in tiio Middle East in Octrtben But he did not seek- 'safety. : lie dived to .the attack arid_, battldd^ until his machine Caught. firoj:- arid evon then lie iiiing on Idng eiioiiglt td pdur a burst iiito tin itanan maenmo; winch went down; Duif baled out at ±2,000 feet. Mr. Bert Duff^manag«r of the Wagga Com moicial .-Hotel) has received news of his son's- exploit. ''''Mrs. Duff, was in formed by her Toon that lie jvas in hos pital- with stomach trouble. It is now known that lie spent . six weeks in hos pita! suffering': from- burns -to the head, face.- arms and . legs, and two bullet wounds/. Flying Officer Duff, who is 24, -has .-been three years' with the B»A.F., and..jlias spent 10 months in tlio. Middle East.. ? To withdraw from the 1 refreshment counter is an art on itts 'oivn, particu- . , larLy -with -...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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Lessons From The Drought [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941

lessons IBYsmh tli© Now that over most of the State drought conditions have ceased _ to exist, it will be desirablo to consider how tho next drought should be pro vided against and to. steadily increase the' facilities ' for conserving fodder on cho farms.' It will also be desirable, writes the. Chief of the Division of Animal Industry of the Department of A m'innlfnrn +n hi lip. stock Of tllO r6' sults which have- ben obtained by feeding various' typos of food during tho drought, and the officers of the Division, . including, inspectors of stock, have been asked to collect as much in formation as they can in this respect and to pay particular attention to the results which have been obtained by using tho various meals and cakes derived from -seeds grown for tho pro duction of oil, such as linseed meal, cotton seed meal, coconut meal, and similar products. The utilisation of these meals is not so widespread in this country as it should bo and in general is not very well understood. ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Good Farming Needded to Continuously supply Britain [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941

Good Farming Needed To ? . Continuously Supply Britain If Australian dairy farmers are to respond with maxi mum effect to the appeal to produce more butter and cheese, to augment Britain's food supply there must be - a more general adoption of certain principles of good farming. There are many ways in which, with little or no cost to the pro Vlnrpr. o-reater nroduction could be achieved, points out a senior dairy instructor of the Department pf Agriculture in an article in the 'Agricultural Gazette.' Tlio output of dairy produce is generally controlled by climatic' eon ? ditions. Too much reliance is placed on seasonal conditions,'- and we gene rally have high production in good seasons only. If we : are -to keep Bri tain well supplied with dairy produce we should 'strive to . maintain a regu lar flow of supplies at all times— not only when: we have a' good season.: To obtain this . continuity of supply, tlie dairy farmer' must conserve fodder and also regulate tho freshening of his...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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A Page for the Young Folk Best Letters of the Week HONOR CERTIFICATES BERYL OAKMAN THELMA HAYES Borambola, via Wagga. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941

[?] Conducted By Uncle Jeff Best Letters of the Week HONOR CERTIFICATES ..' BERYL OAKMAN THELMA HAYES Borambola, via 'Wagga. Dear Uncle, — As this is my -first let ter to the Page for 1941, I'll take the opportunity of wishing you, . Aunty and tho nineteen the best of health and happiness for . this new ? year. ;At present we are receiving many chilly showers of rain, which we -hope will amount- up to inches. Last week we had about four inches -of rain, which made the lucerne and millet shoot. I was very pleased when the drought broke with about two inches of rain last month. We were out looking for mushrooms the day after-tlie rain. Thy creelc rose; very , high and remained high for two or three days. My birth day was last Thursday and I received many lovely presents. I- celebrated it on Sunday with a cake decorated- with 14 candles of different colors. I wish to send an S-O-S. to Myrtle Bray, of Albury, to please write because 1 have1 lost her address. Since Dad b.e gan robbing be...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEGOTIATIONS FOR A MARCH THROUGH ALBURY MAY BE PART OF GREEK DAY CELEBRATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941

NEGOTIATIONS FOR A MARCH THROUGH ALBURY BAY BE PART OF GREEK DAY CELEBRATIONS TUEGQTIATIONS are being made with Brigadier tind for a march of men from the Bonegilla camp through Albury on Greek Day as part of the celebrations* said the Mayor (Aid, IX G. Padman) this week. It was suggested in the 'Banner' 'last week that a march of this type may be the means of reviving interest in patriotic activities in Albury.* Greek Day will be held in Alb-iry on February 28. At a meeting of the Albury committee of the Greek War fcelief Fund on Monday night further details' of the eplojjratipng -vyere . dip-, cugscd, aijd i£ is propose^ to condgct stajls. in .pegn-stfeet. a phogplate-wlieel in Dean-square ;ancl to s§U j)adgeg. If a march, through Albury can be arranged, ' it is hoped tg havp ong oi ly, -o Greeks in national costumo accom pany them. However, Aid. Padman lias not ye1- received any answer from Brigadiei Lindj and no further arrangements can be made in - this regard until, consent ha...

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

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Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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GROWING DEMAND FOR BORDER LEICESTERS Yarra Stud's Sales [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941

GROWING DEMAND FOR - BORDER LEICESTERS ' Yarra Stud's Sales ' ^ V ? Stud breeders of Border Leicester sheep are roporting a particularly keen demand for . well-*bred ram's .and ewes, especially since the breaking of the drought. Additional sales 'reported for Janu ary iby Mr. W. A. O'Neilj- of the Yarra stud, Hill View, Cowra, . N.S.W., in clude the stud ram, Yarra 4077, by j Hayston Emigrant (imp.), from a. ewe j by Yarr«, Duke,- and 55 . ewes, to Mr. j McDowell of Ulamanbri. ? ? ?' nr.. T T Vnll,-, i nf Hn»inr, Tlwrn fl.l ' -LY1.1. «Ja . Spring Hill, N.S.W., has - selected Yarra 2'1, a 1939 stud rani by. Yarra Radiance from a ewo by Yarra Sentry. . Yarra 4397, another. 1939 ram, by Kelso Rangi, fi'om a ewo by Kelso 79, and 25' 1939 stud ewes, havo teei transferred to Mr., A. J. Collier, of Bogan Gate. ^ ?

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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OBITUARY MR. W. H. PLUMMER [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941

. OBITUARY MB. W. H. ELUMMEBi The death ? of Mr. William Henry Pluinmer, of Dick-street, Wodonga, occurred; last Efiduy. The late Mr. Pluinmer was born' 'at Albury 79 yeais ago and spent ,the 'barly part of his career in that centre, ''where the fam ily was and still is!* very. ;woll- known. When quite a young man * ho leased: from the late MavA. Schlinlc, sen., a farm now owned , by— Cr. M,; Martin,. which now tforms part :.of 'Aherlo' Esjtate, and successfully : carried on farming operations. - It- wii's .- while he was Oil tablished , ;at'.- ' Schlink.'s Farm ' ' that he formed nyingr ? df ,. his' best and most lasting frieadsKipe, inost of them ?being retained to; - .'file time of his death. After having .property : inter ests in various parts, die went- to tho Wagga district. Ho- was one of the. orig'inal ? settlers on the 'Gobbagum-: balm' Estate, where ? ho carried on ' farming *: pursuits .with successful re sults; Towards , the end of 1929 he, sold his property, known &...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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COUNTRY NEWS (Continued) COROWA [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 14 February 1941

COUNTRY NEWS ~ : ? — ? (Continued) ? COROWA f At its monthly meeting 'Corowa Pro f gress Association, decided to provide f an enclosure at (Belmont beach in ? order that children might be taught to j swim. It was stated that members of :i Corowa Apex Club would co-operate in tlie effort and : the club 's represen tatives stated that the Apex Club would put up a suitable enclosure, providing the mateiial was guaran ' teed by the Progress Association. This ?] was agreed to and last Sunday mem '5 bers of the Association and Apex Club J and other workers made the enclosure. | Mr. Walsh, swimming instructor of tho I N.S.W. Swimming Association, this j week gave tuition to instructors. After I consideration had' been given to the | proposal to hold a regatta on tlie'Mur-.. i ray Biver, it was decided, owing to | the financial stringency and the num | b'cr of young men away from the. town | in military camps, the matter be held | oyer fogjte time being. | Mr. qRB. Letlibridge, M.-LA., has ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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REQUESTS FOR PEN-FRIENDS [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941

REQUESTS FOR PEN FRIENDS Members of the Children's Circlei who are desirous of opening-- corre spondence with nieces and ^ejghewa through the Page, are requested to for ward their names and addresses, age and hobby to Uncle Jeff, who will ha pleased to find them pen-friends.

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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A New Nephew [?]erogery West. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941

A New Nephew Ccrogery West.- . Dear Undo, — ?Will you please enrol . me as one ,of your many nephews? I am 10 and in the fifth class at school. May I have 'Canadian Cowboy' for my pen-name?' We had about ? a:i inch of rain the other night.' I' have an uncle in the A.I.F. serving ' over seas. Bluey and Co. are getting fun nier evuiy u uuii, xnu yru,hs ao grow ing very quickly here. During' tho holidays I learnt swimming at : 'the Albury baths. Santa Claus gavo me a , carpenter's set and a stocking.'. The '_? weather is hot and sultry to-day. At.' present I have the mumps. I 'would like a pen-friend aged 10 to 12j in-' terosted in 'reading, swimming, 'horse-' riding, tennis and cricket. I * -will close now. Love to Aunty, ; the hino- ' teen, all the cousins and yourself. — From WILLIAM HARTWIG. ?'(Welcome to the Page, William — or do 'they call you 'Bill'?i You may have that pen-name. I liope those mumps are all right now, and thatcyo'u - * get somo pen-friends.) ?'?-''.«?

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Everything Growing Well Thurgoona. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941

Everything Growing Well .f£ ' . Thurgoona. Dear Unclej— The days are warm and sunny after the rain we had, and everything is growing well now. I suppose tilings 'are growing well in Albury, are' they, .Uncle? The nights have been cool. Flies and mosquitoes are regular pest's' now. I suppose Auntv has a' nice flower carden. I have a job of grape-picking. Would you like to help me? ? If you can't, then send the nineteen out! Have you any mosquitoes in there, Uncle? I like my new pen-name very much. I hope this letter finds you, Aunty, the nineteen and .' the cousins in the best of health. — Your loving nephew, s , _.' '/THE PHANTOM.' * (I will have a talk with tho nine teen about that grape-picking, John, but I'm afraid they would eat too many. I've been'. 'lucky as far as mos quitoes go. this year. I haven't seen one.)

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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Green Grass Everywhere Lake Cargrelligo. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941

Green Grass Everywhere ' ? .' -Lake CarcelliEb. Dear Uncle, — Many months have passed since. I last wrote to the Page, but I still enjoy reading the cousins' letters and Bluey and Co. We have had a lovely lot o'f rain since I ' last wrote, and there is green grass whor uvur unu iuujta. ......jL/iiu saiu.ii we ami i ,get any more rain' soon and the ? days keep as hot as they have been it won't last.lqng. We have had .over four inches so far. . Fathev has been breaking in some young horses, and it is very exciting .watching him catch them.' He brqkc-i\vo last week, 'and is going to break .tlireo next week. Some friends of ours come up last Sunday, and we went t'o- Murrin bridge. We had great fun playing in the drains. My brother is at present working up ' tho ground. All our neighbors arc. working up, too, since it has rrjnp.d. There lias not been so many mero planes flying over lately. We saw six in one day about a fortnight ago. Well, .Uncle, I will close now. Wishing the .cousins, ...

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