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High Averages For Pigs At Wangaratta Market [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
High Averages For Pigs At ; .Wangaiatta Market In one of the most attractive pen ninga of fat pigs at 'VVangaratta for some time, unusual interest centred in the yarding on February 11 by Watts, 1 Turnbull and Co., when they, sold pigs on behalf of 'district i'attenors, and from as far afield as Porcpunkah and Benalla (Victoria) and Coreen, -Tirana and Balldalo (N.S.W.). The recent wide/ publicity given by Agricultural Department experts in both States on the correct feeding of bacon pig's is evidently having its effect, as the fol lowing figures reveal. .The first 113 pigs offered realised the exceptional average of -£4/6/3 per head, whilst the second . 72 comprising medium and light bacon made £3/13/6 per head. Top of the market for 'primo bacon was secured by Mr. J. . Thistlowaifce, of Oxley Flats, at £4/12/6, and a pen of 1Q prime large ? white bacon, 10 months old, bred and fattened by Mr. T. Curren, of Balldalo, N.S.W., sold ? in one lot at £4/11/6. Othor pens too numerous to ...
General Improvement In Fat Cattle Prices NO CHANGE IN STORE SECTION Wodonga Fortnightly Market [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
General Improvement In Fat Oattle Prices NO CHANGE IN STORE SECTION Wodonga Fortnightly Market Best quality bullocks were about 20/ a head better, while other classes showed an improvement of 10/ to 15/ at the fortnightly cattle market in the Wodonga municipal yards on Tuesday. One pen of choice vealers, which were plentiful, made from : £12/18/ to £16/19/. There was little change in store cattle prices, although some slightly favored the buyers. Dairy cattle met with Keen competition and sold at rates firm to better than last market, ' while bulls, most of which were only fair quality, met with only moderate competition. ?A heavier penning of fat cattle, 760 were yarded, was comprised mainly of good, quality bullocks, heifers and 'a fair sprinkling of good quality veal. There were odd pens of heavy cows. Buyers for cows and heifers had a bet ter selection than usual, as there was. a 'greater proportion of good quality. . .. The market opened to active com .; petition among a good a...
CRICKET HENTY v. THE BOCK [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
CRICKET , HENTY. v. THE ROCK Played- at Henty and won by The Rock by five runs. Scores: — ? ?THE ROCK.— C. McGeorge 34, D. Longmuir 0, M. Rudd 9, C. Re'gon 25, J. O'Koefe 10, C. Miynott (ret.) 37, D. Donkin 5; H. Hutchingson ' (n.o.) 3, A. McKay 0, W. Rudd (n.o.) 1, sundries 9; total- 139. HENTY.— E. Scholz 2, G. Bathman 0, J. Crpsbie- 5; M. Smith 50, B. Castie 0, F. Castle 0, J. Bunyan 53, S. Q'Leary (n.o.) 14, M. Schneider 0, H. Mulloy ,11, Bathman 2, sundries '7; total 144. '
Fat Sheep and Lambs Improve WODONGA FORTNIGHTLY SALE [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
Fat Sheep and Lambs Improve WODONGA FORTNIGHTLY SALE Fat lambs were firm to 1/6 better than the previous sale-at the fortnightly market in the Wodonga Municipal Yards on Wednesday. Values also re mained firm, with some a little better, for fat sheep. A yarding of 1475 lambs and 1150 clinnn onniaicfnrl nG n 'poit. i-ani.ncnnf-i. tion of prime lambs -of various weights, but chiefly lambs in good and useful trade condition. The sheep in cluded odd pens of extra heavy weth ers, although there was little demand for this class of mutton. Prime crossbred and comeback weth ers met with steady competition at rates equal to last sale. Ewes were generally a poor quality lot, -very few being prime. .Many were in useful trade - condition, however. IThero was a. good attendance of buyers, including Melbourne exporters, a /Sydney wholesale buyer, and the usual local and district 'trade. QUOTATIONS Prime .sucker lambs, 17/4 to '21/, medium 15/1 to ]0/10, light-weights 12/3 to 34/1, plain from 8/2; ...
Successful Clearing Sale At Thologolong [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
Successful Clearing Sale At Thoiogolong - Dalgety and Cot Ltd. (Inc. in Eng.), Albury, report: ?We held a most successful clearing sale of stock, plant, and furniture at Thologolong last Friday, February 14, on account 'of Messrs. K. Sutherland and F. Smith.' There was a large attendance of buyers from all parts of . the Upper Murray,' Tallangatta, Granya, Albury, Junee and the neigh boring districts. Everything auctioned met with ready competition, and the sales throughout for stock, plant, etc., maintained very satisfactory prices. Mr. K. Sutherland donated to the Bur rowye and M't. Alfred Red ? Cross a cow, which realised £13; also a rod porker, which was offered and rc .donated several times and realised n total of £4/17/6. All the machinery was in very good order, and the 5S good quality Jersey cows sold realised a high average? per head. These cows had been in milk for some months and ware,' due in again in July and August Prices realised: — CATTLE., — Jersey cows, due in oil ...
TUMBARUMBA HOSPITAL BOARD MEETING Resignation Of Matron Accepted [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
TOMBARlife HOSPITAL BOA^D, MEETING — — — ? ^^ — ? Resignation Of Matron Accepted TUMBARUMBA. — Tho monthly meeting of the , directors of Tumba rumba District Hospital was attended by Messrs. F.', G. Kenano (chairman), W. B. Elliott, J.. W. Blake, A. MacKil lop, A. E., Elliott, S. H.iTodd, F. A. Latliam, and ,\. T. Williams, ' and the secretary (Mr. 'E. R. Arnold). Mr. .A. B. Sadlier, ( secretary, . of Wagga Base Hospital,' advised that the' Art UnionVwas to be drawn ' on March 1, and asked that all returns and ticket butts be sent in as' early as possible Nearly £4 00. had been bank ed to date from sales of tickets. . The Hospitals' ?Commission advised that it had approved of -wives of mem bers of the A.I.F. ibeing allowed bene fits under the contribution scheme for a payment of 6d. a week, , to cover the wife, and the soldiers' dependents, and to allow women in 'receipt) of widows' pensions to- ,covcr themselves and de pendants for a similar' contribution.— To be incorporated in th...
From the Pages of the Past 50 YEARS AGO [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
JC 1 UllL uiJLU Pages of the Past 50 YEARS AGO (F.'om f'T!ic Bii:incr,' 'Fokrur.rv ? ? 20, 1891 TJicre was a large muster at the lailway station on Tuesday evening to take part in the re ception of the 'Countcs3 -ol:. Jer sey, who arrived by special train -at 7 .o'clock. The Countess, who was accompanied by the lion. R. Leigh, A.D.C., and' her, children, was received with loud cheers as . she walked down tho platform. After the presentation of ad dresses the Countess made a 'brief reply acknowledging the kindii ness of the .greeting accorded her. * * , . * We aro glad to note tho ex collent performance o'f the Al bury Band, which for some time ' has .'been fully appreciated' by local residents, and ' has been noticed by a visitor. The special correspondent of the- 'Argus' in reporting the reception men tions the Town Band as 'one of the finest in -Now South Wales.*' * * -.:= The largo room at Da.y'& com mercial buildings was crowded ?on Monday evening on the: oc casion of a ...
25 YEARS AGO [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
25 YEARS AGO (From 'The Banner,' Fcbru ' ary 25, 1916 _^ Reports from all over' .the ?Riverina show that, much as the optimists, expected from this season 's wheat crop, the returns will probably be in excess of the expectations of. anybody.. Every railway depot at which wheat is received reports, that the- quant ity handled this season has been far ahead of the best previous year. . ??'-.,? * * S: Iii accordanct) with the decis ion to decentralise the training of troops, Albury is likely .to have its own camp. This is in accordance with the .proper fit^ ness of things. A telegram was received by the Mayor ' (Aid: 'Logan) from -the Defence De fence Department- asking -.if a site for a 'military training camp could be . secured ' in Albury to accommodato 200^! men. * * * At the instance of the Albury Soldiers' Reception Committee, a handsome design has been sup plied toy Messrs. John Sands, lithographers, Sydney, of certi cates which it is intended to pro v sent tq all Albury soldier...
WALLA GOLDS AND WALLA BLUES [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
WALLA GOLDS AND WALLA BLUES . I Won by Walla Golds by. 9 sets 88 games to 9 — 71. Scores:— B.. Jacobs and E. Schmidt lost to D. Shir-mer and W. Heppner 4-6, lost to S. ? Jacobs and N..Schulz 1-6, d. Lr. and A. Lindnar, 6-2; XJ. Dixon and .-,£$.-, Schola lost to D. Shirmer and W. Heppner 3-6, lost to S. Jacob and JSf. Scholzs 1-6, d. L. and A. Lindner, 6-2; E. G. and A. Seholz lost: to D. Shirmor andVW. Heppner 0-6; lost to S. Jacob and N. Scholz 1:6, d.L. and A. Lindner, i6-5, 6-5. Mrs. Quest and Mrs. Schmidt d. Mrs. R. Shirmer and Mrs. S. Wenke 6-5, d. Miss Boundy and Miss Sehroeter, 6-2; Mrs. Dixon and Mrs. B. Jacob lost to Mrs. R. Shirmer and Mrs. Wenke 0-6, d. Miss Boundy and Miss Sehroeter, 62. Mr. B. Jacob and Mrs. Quest d.1 R. Shermer and Mrs. Shermer, -6-5; Mr. and Mrs. E. Schmidt lost to W. Hep pener and Mrs. S. Wenke, 3-6; Mr. and Mrs. C. Dixon d. S. Jacob .; and Miss Boundy, 6-5; S., Seholz arid'.Mrs. B. Jacob lost to N. Scholz 'and Mi3s Sehroeter, 3-6.
HENTY RED CROSS TENNIS TOURNEY Record Entries Received [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
HENTY RED CROSS TENNIS TOURNEY Record Entries Received ? HENTY.— Record entries, totalling 141, were received from the surround ing districts, also one from Coota mundra and one from Melbourne for the Red Cross tournament 'conducted by Henty United Club. Catering for afternoon tea was car ried out by members of the Red 'Cross ?branch, those helping being Mesdames L. Rossel '(president), J. H. Wehrman, S. D. Jewell, V. L. Bowman, F. Cren nan (secretary), A. C. Me'adth and Bartsch. The tournament will iba, continued next Sunday. Mr. Nj O,' R. Elphick is honorary secretary. Results: — Men's Open .Championship. — J. Diggle v. H. Janetzki, 6-1, 6-1; M. A. Linder v. E. R. Alchin, 6-4, '6-2 ;? F. Eulenstein v. P. E. Mahon, 5-6, 6-5, 6-4; R Eulenstein v.,R.Rynehart, 6-2, 3-6, 6-2; W. A. .Rosier v. M. Schmidt, 6-1, 6-1; H. A. McMillan v. E. M. Watson, 6-0, 6-2. ? Men's Singles Handicap. — R. Ryne hart v. J. Clancy, 9-7; H. -Janetzki v. R. Bathman, 9-7; W. 'A. Rosier v. Em. Scholz, 9-7; O. Mc...
CULCAIRN BOWLING CLUB NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
CULCAIRN BOWLING CLUB ;????? :.;\ NOTES Last Sunday the Culeairn bowlers entertained five rinks from- Wodonga club, and; in a match. under ideal social conditions .Culcairn won by eight points ' on' the aggregate score. Details (Culcairn mentioned first). — Ti . Smith, Jeremias, N. G. Schultz, .Fifield lost to Pcard, Taylor, Coulten, MeCullbchj: 23/30; Jobson, Roussac, Blanis, MaeEwen. d. Hide,- Ilurren, Page, Jennings, 23/21; Goninon, Scat tergood, Newman, P. F. Schultz lost to Long, Miller, Martin, Dunstan, 22/29; Baz, ;Zweck, Yensch, McDon ough d. Richardson, McNamara, Cham berlain, Stevenson, 22/18; Wellard, Daley, McLaren, Conley d. Clark6, Jlart man, Quail, Ooridon, 35/19. Totals: Culeairn, 125; Wodonga,. 117. lA. Pennants.— Culcairn received a forfeit from South Wagga. Club Championship.-HP. H. Paeeh d. MaeEwen 21/18, Zweek . d. Daley 21/19, P. F.. Schultzi d. Newman 22/10, Reaper d. Daley. 21/16, Conley d. T. Smith 22/],4, MaeEwen d. Goninon 21/11, . Blanis .d.- Zweck 21/10,...
Albury Baby Health Centre [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
Albury Baby Health Centre The following particulars relating to the work of Albury Baby Health Centre during January havo boon fur nished by the Director-General of Pub lic Health (Dr. E. Sydney. Morris): — ? IMiathers Visited by Sisters: Of new born babies 15, ?' subsequent and ' mis cellaneous visits' 47;- total visits 62. 'Work at Centre: Now casos enrolled at centre 16, babies woighed 447, tost meals given 27, expectant mothers advised 8. Attendcnco at Centre: Infants, under 1 year 296, under 2 years ' 60, under 3 years 41, total attendances (including mothers without babios) 501, daily average attendance at centre 20,3,
HUME TENNIS ASSOCIATION Position Of Teams; Games To Be Played To-morrow [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
HUME TENNIS' ASSOCIATION 1 I Position Of Teams; Games if To Be Played To-morrow tff JINDERA.— Hume Association Red ;£| Cross tournament, run over two Satur ?M days, was a great success. The 'total ijf credit balance is £39, and will be I! divided among the Red Cross branches A at Jindera, Walla, Burrumbuttock'.and i Gerogery. i| (Following was the position of club? )| on the premiership list before last ffcj Saturday's matches: — ik A Grado. — Gloncllon Greens, played !)| 8, won 6, lost 0, di-ew 2, points 28; n| Walla Reds, 9, 6, ' 1, 28; Glenellen \$ Golds, 9, 4, 3, 2, 20; Walla '.Golds, of 8, 4, 3, 1, 18; St. John's, 9, 2, 4, 3, 14; ]|.; Walla Blues, 9, 2, 5, -2, 12; Burrum % buttock, 10, 0, 8, 2, 8. 23 Grade. — Jindora, '8/ 5, 0, . 3, .26; I Walla, 9, 4, 2, 2, 22; Burrumbuttoek, Gerogery Blues, 8, 3, 3, 2, 16; Gefogefy Reds, 8, 2, 5, .1, 10; . St... John's, 9, 0, 6, 3, 6. Jindera defeated; Gerogery Blues last Saturday by 11 sets 87 games to 7 sets 68 games. - cratches-. for to-mo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
AUSTRALIA'S GREEK DAY ? rpO provido much-needed comforts for the fighting forces of our gallant Allies, the Creeks, GREEK DAY will bo celebrated through . out the ALBURY DISTRICT on ?'-.?,., ; ? 'FRIDAY, 28th : FEBRUARY . The. Central Committoo urges that all possible co-operation bo oxtcnded to the ? local organisation in order to secure the maximum result from the Appeal. ' ' ' ' ' '''' G. A. WILSON, Prudential Building, Sydney. '. ' Organising Socrotary. ^^^'??'f^^'1'' L ???-??? ? .,, - ????.?
District Sport HENTY TENNIS COMPETITION Results Of Saturday's Play Cricket [?]SBORNE CREEK v. RYAN NO. 2 [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
District Sport HENTY TENNIS COMPETITION Results Of Saturday's Play Cricket CSBOKNE CREEK V. RYAN' NO. 2 Won by Osborne Creek by 106 games ,to 39. , Results (Ryan mentioned first). — T; and C W-heaton d. L. Scholz and O. Kilo 0/6,- d. IT. Reece and M. Schmidt E. Tweedle 'and J. Caldivell d. L.' Scholz and O. Kilo 2/6, d. Reeeo v and Schmidt 5/6 d.. Em. and Ed. Scholz 5/6; R. and E. Wheaton' d.L. Scholz and O. Kilo 0/6, dj Reece and Schmidt . 1/G, ti. Em. and Ed Scholz 3/6;' Misses E. Jpamschke and D. Schlenker d; Mi&'sW L. and E. Scholz 0/6, dl Mes dame/s L. Scholz and M. Sehihidt 1/6; Misses A. Klemke and J. Ritchie d: Misses L. and E. Scholz 2/6, lost to Mcsdames L. Seholz and M. Schmidt 4/6; C. Tweedle and Miss A. Klemke d. L. Scholz and Miss L. Scholz 2/6; J. Caldwell and Miss J. Ritchie d. 'Era. Schglz and Miss E. Seholz - 1/6; E. Wfmton and Miss D. Schlenker d. Ed. Scholz and Mrs. Schmidt 3/6; R. Wheaton and Miss E. Damsehke d. O, Kilo and Mrs. L. Scholz 1/6; T. and W. ...
HOWLONG [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
HOWLONG Howlong Blues - defeated Howlong Golds on the local courts;' last Saturday by 6 rubbers 12 sets 93 games to 2 rubbers.7 sets 76 games'.^' Mrs. A. ' Boyle has returned home from Murray Valley House, Albury. Miss S. ? Gason has .returned from Mi-, and Mrs. M:\Curphey and fam ily have left' to ' reside at Tocumwal. Miss Norma Gilsrin has returned to Toeumwal after spending the '? week end-with relative's at Howlong. ? Mr. T. iConway is visiting relatives at Apollo 'Bay'.' ? Miss E. B-ussell is telephonist at the IIowlon,g' P.O. iii place of Miss L. Keel, who ' has gone to Melbourne. ' Miss B. Lewis has returned to Corowa after Visiting friends at How* long. ., Mrs. W. E- Day is staying with rela tives in Albury.
BALLDALE [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
BALLDALE ? Mr. and Mrs. P. Seymour are holi daying in Sydney anS Tuggerah. ' ? Mr. and Mrs- C. Giersch and their infant^ son have ? returned to Dande hong 'after spending a short' holiday as the igiiests' of Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Azzi. ' ' . ' . ? ' Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Drum, 'Bon-' ford. . ?. ' : At the monthly meeting of tho. Ball dale Comforts Fund 23 mombcro were, present. It was decided to .make a canvass of . the district for funds, and Mr. C. . H. Shipard volunteered to , v undertake : this work: It wa3 also de-^ cided to hold an open tennis- tourna-K ment on Wednesday, March l-9# Events to bo decided will bo men's, women's and mixed doubles-. Details are to bo arranged, by the tennis club committee. The following articles ?wore made ? by members during tho v year: — Two- cardigans, 5 balaclavas,,'^ skull-: cap, _ 6 scarves, .ipair mittens, ? 8 ' ' airs 'socks, and a. pair of long 3'oeks.