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ABOUT PEOPLE SOCIAL PERSONAL Social Notes [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
ABOUT PEOPLE SOCIAL , PERSONAL Social Notes I Miss Josie Azzi, Melbourne, is holi . -lay'ny-' with hoi' parents, Mr. and Mrs. N; Azzi/ Klanley-street, -Albury. : ? Miss ? Joyce . Briggs ? lias returned- to .Melbourne- ??niter spending a - holiday with'' her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.: Li-riggs, lied Bank, Tawonga. Mr; and' Mrs. i-. -'McPlierson,- Dean street, Albury, have returned from a holiday at 'Sliepparton . with Mrs. McPherson's relative. ' Spr. Iv. D. Yardy lias ; returned; to Puckapunyal after spending leave with his parents, Sergeant ancT Mrs. A. Yardy, Englehardt-street, Albury.. Miss - 'Mel vie ? Gambrill, ' 'Trent- wood, ' Dederang, is spending a holi day in Melbourne and .Gippsland. . Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bowler, 'Koom- balahy' Holbrook, with their ; children, . ' and 'Miss Kitty Stewart/are spending a holiday at their seaside cottage at Narooma. - . ' Miss - Doris : Doland,. Guinea-street, and Mrs. Cr. Hodge, Oihiglehardt-street, are spending a holiday at- Adelaide ? and Mt....
ITALIANS LOSE 94,000 MEN, VAST MATERIAL IN MONTH [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
ITALIANS LOSE 94,000 MEN, VAST MATERIAL IN MONTH LONDON, Wednesday.-— Since December 9 — a month ago — the Italian losses of men in North Africa have totalled 94,000 men, including- 70,000 prisoners. The British have put out oi action. three divisions of regulars, two Black shirt. divisions, two Libyan divisions, a mechanised group and supply and 'corps services. A regular division consisls of 13,000 men, a iBlackshirt division 12,000, and a Libyan division 7000 men. Seven' thousand mechanised troops and 10,000 corps and supply troops make the total 94,000'. The 24,000 men lost in addition to prisoners are either casualties or troops who have deserted or have otherwise been destroyed as effective fighting, units. Probably1 5 per cent, to 10 per cent, of them have deserted. : Some idea of the quantity of material,, captured can bo ascertained when it is realised that tlie armed power of a regular division /s 216 light automatic guns, 11 light and 24 heavy mortars, 36 field guns, 24 a...
COMMERCIAL Continued Improved Prices at Albury Market FAT SHEEP AND LAMBS UP 2/6 STORE SHEEP 1/6 BETTER [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
COMMERCIAL -Continued Improved Prices at Albury Market FAT SHEEP AND LAMBS UP 2/6 STORE SHEEP 1/6 BETTER Best quality fat sheep and lambs ?were 2/6 a head dearer compared ?with . the previous market, while store sheep showed a rise of up to 1/6, at Albury fortnightly sheep sales on Thursday, January 2. There were 2321 fat sheep and lambs yarded, showing a decrease of 1819 on the number offered last sale. The store sort ton showed a decrease of 7281 on lasjWfcle with a yarding of 4426. The usual metropolitan and local buyers operated. The -yarding of fat sheep consisted of odd pens of good quality heavy ?wethers but chiefly of light and in ferior classes. QUOTATIONS JFat Sheep— Prime heavy crossbred wether hoggets, 16/6 to 20/5; prime heavyweiglit crossbred wethers, 4 and 6-tooth, lf^, 17/6; medium weight crossbred wethers, 15/10 to 16/; prime comeback wethers, 2 and 4-tooth, 19/1 to 20/7; merino wethers, full mouth, 15/1 to 14/4; aged Merino wethers, useful quality, 7/11 to 12/; med...
CHILTERN MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
CHILTERN MARKET -There was a good yarding of sheep, and all lots were sold at advanced rates at Chiltern monthly market. The penning of cattle was lighter, and sold at market rates. Principal sales were: Crossbred wethers from 18/ to 20/; prime lambs, woolly, to 21/8; line crossbred ewes, 1 year, good store con dition, 20/ ; merino owes, sound mouthB, 9/4; comeback wether lambs, 11/; crossbred lambs, mixed sexes late shorn, 10/3. . , Cattle: Lightweight bullocks, ? £10/ 9/; heifers, £10/12/6; cows, £8/10/; vealers, from £4/10/ to £7/10/.- ? , Tho next market will be on January 31, .
SYDNEY STOCK SALES Big Rise In Sheep and Lambs HIGHER CATTLE PRICES [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
SYDNEY STOCK SALES Big Rise In Sheep and Lambs HIGHER CATTLE PRICES The widespread rains in the country were responsible for a restricted sup ply of sheep and lambs at the Sydney sales this week. Good light trade sheep frequently showed advances of 5/ and 6/. To wards the close of the sales, however, the demand for prime heavy sheep eased, and prices were lower. The lamb market generally was 3/6 to 4/ dearer, and in many cases the increase in price was 4/ to 5/. Quotations: Prime merino wethers 21/ to 22/, good 16/ to 19/; prime crossbred ewes, aged, shorn, 16/ to 18/, good 13/ to 15/; prime merino ewes, aked, shorn, 15/ to 17/, good 12/ to 14/; prime crossbred wethers 23/ to 24/, good 21/ to 22/; price crossbred hoggets 22/ to 24/, good 19/ to 21/; prime crossbred lambs 26/ to 28/, prime suckers, 26/ to 28/. Prices per lb.: Prime light wethers, 4 Id. to 4gd., prime heavy wethers, 4 Jd. to 4£d., prime light ewes, 4Jd. to 4 Id., prime heavy ewes, 4d, to 4 id., prime lambs 7d. to-73d....
CATTLE MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
CATTLE MARKETS With supplies very low at tlie abat toirs, operators were compelled to pay more for stock, and the market was from 10/ to 20/ dearer. Few heavy weight cattle were offered, the yarding being mainly lightweight bullocks and steers. Quotations: — Best heavyweight bul locks and steers, £19 to £21 (odd higher) ; best medium weight bullocks and steers, £17 to £18/10/; light weight bullocks anid steers, £16 to £17; heavyweight cows and heifers, £14/10/ to £17/10/; mediumweight yearlings and vealers £11/10/ to £14; lightweight yearlings and vealers, £10 to £11.
MELBOURNE SHEEP, LAMBS FIRMER Brisk Competition For Stores [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
MELBOURNE SHEEP, LAMBS FIRMER Brisk Competition Frii' Stores Fat sheep prices this week were 1/ to 1/6 a head ibetter than at the last regular market before the holidays and store sheep .were often 2/ dearer. Buyers from many northern towns and Biverina operated freely for stores following last weelc?s rains. Exporters 'bought 23,000 fat lambs. This market also was better than at the last main sales in December. Yardings were heavy — 92,000 fats and 32,760 stores. AH were sold. QUOTATIONS: Prime xbd wethers, 18/ to 20/; extra, 21/ to 25/11; iplaiii, 13/ to 15/; mer. wrs., 10/ to 14/; extra, 17/ to 18/8; jplain, .6/ to 9/; fat ewes, 9/ to 13/; extra, 15/ to 12/3; plain, 5/ to 7/. Prime wether, mutton, 3id. to 4d. a ?b.; heavy, 3Jd. to 3^d.; 2-tCoth, 43d. to 4£d.; medium and plain, 2Jd. to 2id.; prime ewe, .5-3. to ?.£d., heavy, 2-'.d. to 2|d.; medium and plain, Jd. to 2*;i, LAMBS * Yarding, 46,000: - Quotations:— Prime xbd. lambs, 18/ to 24/;. extra, 26/ to.29/2; plain,. 12/ to 16/; ...
Melbourne Poultry Market [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
Melbourne Poultry Market - Prime Muscovy drakelings, 11/ to 15/, specials to 18/; medium to good, 6/6 to 9/; prime Muscovy ducklings, 5/ to 7/; medium to good, 3/6 to 4/3; ordinary ducks aiid ducklings, 5/ to 8/; prime roosters, 10/ to 12/, specials to 14/; medium, 5/6 to 7/6; stags and staggy roosters, 3/ to 4/; prime chickens, 10/ to 11/6; medium to good, 5/6 to 8/; small, 2/6'to 5/; prime White Leghorn chickens, 5/ to 6/6; small, 1/6 to 4/; prime colored hens, '8/6 to 11/, specials higher; medium to good, 6/6 to '7/6; small, 3/6 to 5/3; best White' Leghorn hens, i/J. to 5^6j smallj 3/_ to 4/3,.
COWRA PIG MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
COWRA PIG MARKET Norman C. Bellamy & Co. report on the monthly pig market at Cowra on Wednesday, January 8: — ? ' 1400 yarded, comprising all descrip tions, with heavy and light porkers predominating. The usual buyers wero operating, an dthe market could bo quoted a shade dearer for all classes of fat pigs. Tho store section was not ? heavily supplied and the market was easier. Quotations: Porkers, heavy 51/, lighter 36/; sows, 66/; slips, 26/6; suckers, 15/6; sows. and litter, £4/10/.
COWRA STOCK MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
COWRA STOCK MARKET Norman C. Bellamy & Co., report on thor fortnightly stock market at Cowra, on Tuesday, January 7: — Cattle. — A total - yarding of 205 head mostly in the fat pens, including an attractive yarding of heavyweight cattle. Usual buyers were in attend ance, and competition was. keen. The market can be quoted 10/ to. 20/ higher than last dtiy's .rates. Quotations: Bullocks, £16/5/, heavy weight steers £15/19/, medium £11, * light £6. Cows and heifers £16/6/, medium weights £11, lighter £10/10/, plain. £7. Vealers, good £11, lighter £8, plain £6. Bulls, £17, others £4. Stores. — iGood cows, with ? cawes at foot £11/4/, others £8; cows £7iVyear lings £5. Sheep.— 4840 yarded, about 1600Abe ing in the fat pens and the usual trade buyers - operating with prices 3/ to 4/ above last day's, rates. Quotations: — ?. . Crossbred suckers, good' 24/, lighter 19/, crossbred hoggets, heavy 23/, lighter 19/. Merino wethers 16/, plain 13/, merino ewes, extra prime to 16/, others...
WAGGA STOCK SALES [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
WAGGA STOCK SALES IThe associated agents of ' Wagga (Younghusband Ltd., the i^vM.L. and F. Co., the Farmers and Graziers' Co op. Co. Ltd., and Dalgety and Co Ltd.). report having held their opening sales , for 19411 at the Wagga Municipal Sale yards, 011 January 3. The sale com prised fat sheep and cattle. In the sheep section 1509 fat sheep were pen ned, and comprised a very mixed selec tion with prime fats scarce. The mar ket opened to spirited competition and values for wethers were from 2/ to 3/ dearer than the closing market of 1940. Lambs were from 1/ to, 2/ dearer. Quotations: - Heavy wethers 18/ to 21/10, others 11/1 to 17/5$ heavy ewes, 13/ to 20/10, others to 11/4; lambs, 20/ to 23/1; others, 13/ to IS/. In the cattle section 452 fats were yarded and comprised a good selection of bullocks and steers. Cows and heif ers were lightly supplied, but included some pens of prime quality. Vealers were also scarce and were in strong de mand. The market opened to very spirited compe...
Prices Firmer At Wodonga Sheep Sale GOOD COMPETITION IN ALL SECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
Prices Firmer At Wodonga Sheep Sale GOOD COMPETITION IN ALL SECTIONS Comparing favorably with other district markets, the fortnightly sale of sheep and lambs at the Wodonga municipal yards on Wednesday closed at very firm rates. A yarding of 3 958 fat sheep and lambs was offered to a fair attendance of buyers. Melbourne and Sydney companies wore repiesented, in addi tion to the lisual local and district trad?.. Bidding strengthened as the sale proceeded and it became a ve-y strong market. Triers per lb., exclusive of skin and offal: Best quality lambs, 5$d. to 6d., medium quality 5d. to 5£d. In. the sheep section there were several pens of prime wethers. Com petition was strong, and values for all prime trade -mutton ruled firmer. QUOTATIONS: Prime sucker lambs, 23/ to 25/5; prime medium suckers, 19/10 to 21/4; prime lightweights, from 14/1; light weight lam'bs, from 10/7; shorn prime lambs, 16/4 to 18/9, medium 12/2 to 14/; lightweights, 10/8 to 11/10; small and plain, from -8/10; ...
HENTY STOCK MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
HEWTY STOCK MARKET The Farmers and Graziers'. Co., Albury, and j. H. Welirman and Co;, Hentj, report : — Wo held our monthly stock sale last Friday, January 3. The sale was conducted in heavy rain, over 220 points falling in 'Henty and close around the town. Due to the rain the attendance was not as large as usual, but buyers were present in good force from Albury, Wodonga, Holbrook, Howlong, The Rock and Wagga. Com petition was excellent and the market showed an all round advance of an average, from 2/ to 3/ than a month ago. The yarding of fat sheep and lambs was disappointing, as four anotor transports with good quality fat sheep were unable to make the journey. .The ?whole of the yarding of 2200 sheep was sold at auction as follows: — Fat wethers, 15/8, 14/6; fat owes, 13/6, 10/4; shorn lambs, to 15/7. Stores: Merino wethers, 4 yrs., 9/3, 8/10; Polworth cross wethers, 1 yr., to 15/; merino ewes, 1 yr. (dry), to 1 3/8 ; .merino ewes, 4 1o 5 yrs. (dry), to 12/; merino wethers, 1 y...
GOVERNOR—GENERAL INSPECTS MILITARY CAMPS AT ALBURY AND BONEGILLA [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
COffinW-KNEML INSPECTS , Kirm curs it ilbory/ , . ? :'V A tribute to the efficiency of their months of hard - ' training-, the inspection and review of the almost complete Sth Division of the A.I.F. at Eonegilla o:i Wednesday morn ing by the Governor-General (Lord Gowns), showed that Australia need have no fear that its glorious army overscan cannot continually be strengthened by men of the - same calibre and fighting spirit. ;V., - Paraded en masse on the old Bonegilla raceeoursc— iow indicated by only a small stretch of fencing — -the huge bpdy . of men made an impressive and inspiring sigh t, but it ; was not, perhaps, until the march past,- which, took nearly. 'halt - : an hour, that it could be realised just hov/ large the body. -of - . ., men actually was.' -???-. The remarkable effectiveness of the A.I.F. summer dresrs' : . as camouflage was surprisingly demonstrated by the way -in ,: .which the men appeared to merge' into the dry ground, and - ? -it was not until one came co...
PRIME QUALITY FAT CATTLE ADVANCE 20/- ACTIVE COMPETITION FOR STORE CATTLE Wodonga Fortnightly Market [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
PRIME QUALITY FAT CATTLE ADVANCE 20/ ACTIVE COMPETITION FOR STORE CATTLE Wodonga Fortnightly Market Active competition in all sections at the Wodonga fort nightly cattle market on Tuesday resulted in a general improvement in prices for fat and Store cattle. Prime quality fat cattle advanced 20/, while other classes showed even greater improvement. Prime vealers were in good request with value's firmer to 30/ a head, while good quality heavy beef was about 15/ a head better. Young store cattle brought good competition and these, too, showed a good advance on the previous market's quotations. The 751 fat cattlc yarded included many pens of good quality heavy and lightweight bullocks and (heifers, a good yarding of vealers and a fair penning of cow 'beef. Both Sydney and Melbourne firms were represented among a good attendance of buyers, and the demand for all sections re mained strong throughout the day. Prices for beef per 100 lb.:— Prime ox and prime lightweight best, 50/ to 52/; us...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
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AMY JOHNSON DROWNED LINK WITH AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
AMY JOHNSON DROWNED LIHK .WITH AUSTRALIA : LONDON, January 6. — -Tho aviatrix,j Amy Johnson, is reported niissin,'- and is reared to havo -been drowned. :. She was' seen 'to parachute from a :p:a.no over the Thames estuary, -while engag ed on ferry duty as a. niombcr, of tliO' Women 's ^ Auxiliary Air Service, yes-: tcrday, after which a- speed boat jnauo; an unsuccessful.- search lor her.- - ;Amy;: Johnson was. tho '? -first:: -woinan-.-i.-t^vvfly, i solo to Australia. , — ?-_ lUiv Drew Middleton, : oi . American; Associated Press, ; who saw the --inci-; dent, . says Amy: .Johnson : could not have survived. ? He added-: 'I watch-' od tho plane - glide down to the waters, smash: on a. wave and sink -boforo help; could ariivo. ^Nobody couid live for half-an-liour in tho wator._ Tho inci dent occurred in: ther: middle:: of v. tho afternoon);' whe'n: tho: -ship- .jn .: which - 1: was a .passenger was nearing ' tho Thames Estuary. Suddenly the look-' out shouted,-. f Aircraft- ? ol! :. ...
The War Day by Day A DIGEST OF THE WEEK'S WAR NEWS FRIDAY [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
[?] I A DIGEST I OF THE I WEEK'S WAR NEWS FRIDAY A Caid^ominunicrue announced that just afterTtlawn Australian forces, Biipported'^jy tanks, penetrated a sec tor of tlie defences of Bardia. . - 'The R.A.F. followed up a. tremens clous raid made on Bremen on the. pre-, vious night, when military objectives' ?were showered with high explosive and; 20,000 incendiary bombs. Immense fires were reported v.. by; ; . the pilots.; EmdeiK,also was attacked. -- y ? . ??-?Tli « -i-lfiijn wns'jmade -from i. Athens. that in,W'C Klisuia seetoi the Italian dine prepared before the war had .been pierced-, at many - points, . other - reports indicated that J Elbasan was being ? shelled by the Greeksj -iwlio were , also, advancing -on 'Valona. - , s' . -ICardiff, the important Welsh . town, ?was subjected to heavy bombing and considerable damage was done. . ... . SATURDAY The A.LIV smashed - through : the .de^ fences of Baidia and entered the _town, taking 8000 .prisoners. : Tho(: Australian. ' ? casu...