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DEATH ADDER KILLS CHILD [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941

DEATH ADDER. KILL3, CHILD' SYDNEY.^-Attacked -by a dcat1 adder while playing in tho back yard of his homo at Sandy Hollow, the 3* ycar-old so'n of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Meyers diod last Monday.

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LADY BLAMEY REPORTED TO HAVE JOINED OVERSEAS RED CROSS [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941

LADY 'BLAMEY REPORTED TO HAVE JOINED OVERSEAS RED CROSS .;.;; ?— — * ? MELBOURNE. — According to a paragraph published in the A.I.F. 'News of Palestine,' dated February 1, Lady Blarney has joined the over seas unit,- of the , Australian Red Cross .;.'. Society. * ' ?: ' Commenting , on this, the acting Prime Minister (Mr. Fadden) said that Lady Blarney must return by the . first possible means of transport, de spite any such activity which she had und»»taken.

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Jehovah's Witness Gaoled [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941

Jehovah's Witness Gaoled SYDNEY. — For having refused to tako the oath as required under tho Defence Act, . Roy Newton Franks, radio- mechanic, of Station 2IID, New castle, was sent to gaol for three months last Monday. Captain Coop, area oilicor, said Franks refused to take tho oath when called up for 'mili tary sorvice, saying ho was a member of Johovah 's Witnesses.

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DONATIONS TO ALBURY RED CROSS [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941

DONATIONS TO ALBURY -'.RED CROSS Donations received . during the past week by jAlbury branch of the Bed Cross Society 'were:- —Albury Lawn Tennis .Association, £23/9/8; Buhgo wannah.v'brancli, ; £7; 'Mrs. VBurdack, Jindera, peaches; Mrs. Lush, _old silver and linen;;. Miss Eoenfcldt, ;Walla, 5/; Miss W/allace, felt hats, lade and safe; Mrs. J. ..Wr/Huntei'j pickles, . sauce and jams; Albury ' A'rts Club, 8/6; Miss Jer vois,'. Buiigbwannah, figs and butter; Bungowannah coffee set competition, £1/2/ ; Mrs. Lilf ord, flowers and jam ; Mrs. ;Hpre;, pair socks; and Miss Arnold, .two pairs bed-socks.

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OBITUARY MR. S. FEINT [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941

[?] - MR. S. FEINT The death occurred suddenly on February ,17 of, a' very old and respecf . ed resident of Narandera, Mr., Samuel' ? Feint, newsagent, at the age of 77 years. Mr. Feint had for some years been under medical treatment for heart trouble, and, his death will be' deeply regretted' by a very wide oirelc of friends. He went 'to the -Narandern district about GO years ago from Tumut, and his parents were among, the early settlers of that district. Ohlv very recently his brother died at Tumut. Soon after going to Naran dera, Mr. Feint acquired a newsagency and fancy-goods business in Lamor strcet. After a time ho left the town, but,,. returned later and acquired a siffiifar business, which he conducted fcajmany years in East-street. Mr. FeSit' throughout his lifetime was asso ciated with most civic bodies at Nar andera. In August, 1S94, he was elect ed an alderman and served iii thai capacity .until the general' elections in 1890, when he retired. He was; ono di the foundati...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A.I.F. AT SINGAPORE Warning To Hitler [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941

[?] Warning to Hitler LONDON, Thursday.— News of the arrival of the Australians in Singapore once again makes Australia the main topic of in terest in London. ? 'A great army of Australians land! in Singapore;' declares the 'Evening News,' which in a leading articlr' says:— 'Hitler lifts his eyes from the! tarfgles of Europe and sees the Empire; garnering immeasurable strengen -ior; battle. The numbers of troops landed' at Singapore are impressive, but tr ' Hitler, watching fr.om afar, the plain-; est warning may be the' fact that' the Australians ' guns were made in their own continent^ Britons :in Singapore hailed the ar. :; rival of the Australians as an indica-' tion that Britain was prepared to de fend her interests in the Far East. Cliincse circles in Hong Kong interpret, the (arrival as a sign of the end of; Britain's appeasement policy towards ; Japan. JAPANESE REACTION Shanghai reports quote the official spokesman of the Japanese forces in ?China, Major Akiyama, as saying t...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST WAR NEWS GERMANY INTENDS TO MARCH ON SALONIKA To Prevent British Invasion [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941

[?] To Prevent British Invasion r . ; LONDON, Thursday ? There is every indication that Ger many intends to march on Salonika, says the special corre spondent of 'The Times' on the German frontier. # The purpose of this, he con tinues, is to prevent Britain from attacking- Germany through the Balkans and also to keep free from British in vasion thp rpo-irvn rm -urVii^Vi Hi a Axis depends for food and raw materials. . 'The Germans intend first to cap ture Salonika and then, if Turkey interferes, to occupy the whole of European Turkey, including . Istanbiilj but not crossing the Straits,' the cor respondent says. 'Germany's ultimate aim is to gain mastery of the Mediterranean, thus preventing Britain from using the Suez Canal; but this is dependent on Italy consenting .to the use of her fleet.' ll'his was the subject of the , Merano discussions on February 13 between Admiral' Eaedcr and the Italian Navy Undersecretary (Admiral Eiccardi). 'Italy so fr has not consented to the German de...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The War Day by Day A DIGEST OF THE WEEK'S WAR NEWS FRIDAY [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941

[?] j&M A DIGEST Si OF THE ' S WEEK'S WAR fe;| NEWS FRIDAY The situation in the Pacific zone ' was being watched closely in London, where, although the latest _ develop: jnents were not regarded as indicating an imminent grave emergency^ th2 possible dangers were well understood. Je 'Times' :said that the Aus 3 Acting Prime Minister '(Mr eri), in giving his warning to the Commonwealth, interpreted the posi tion correctly, as botn, japan auu Germany- covet the Netherlands East Indies. In a new offensive all along the Albanian front the Greeks achieved 'decisive results at three points, said ^Athens radio, capturing at one point, ^?0 prisoners, including many ' officers, as well as a particularly heavy bag of war materials. Showering down incendiaries in an other attempt to set London on lire, enemy raiders were more active over ihe capital than for some weeks, ibut they encountered a quick and violent response from the anti-aircrafters' Suns, whose firing was almost cease les...

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 — 21 February 1941

AGHIM THIS WEEK^Eiy'P . 35/--Tootal Lystav FROCKS Made in Mabel Clay's own ^^ ^Ba^. workrooms, Tootal Crease Re- ' j isr \ I sisting Frocks. Smart floral de- HI i (3 / signs; sizes SSW,' SW and W. || m M I All colors. Usually 35/. At 1 mil/ relabel Clay's Summer Sale, | |h §j 0 10/11. Make a lay-by of two | {9 Iff I H 12/11 Colorfast DIRNDLS . . Gay Dirndls, made from British /j$?^ / colorl'ast cottons, with shirred or Em B I plaia fitting waists. Sizes SSW, IHa. / SW, W. Usually 12/11. At IhH/ Mabel Clay's Summer Sale, 6/11 |raR| B 9 each. Hurry for this Sensational fffUJP H h 39/11, 49/0 Berlei CORSETS Berloi Wrapons, Stepi.ns and a rfjSSESiV / Back Lacing Corsets, in Satin, 'B ffi9g|| / Bochure, etc. Assorted sizes, 99 Ha fiB I from 26 to 34. Not one of 81 §§3 am / HM these Corsets usually sold for H EH Im BHH less than 32/6. At Mabel J9 |§Jfji Clay's Summer Sale, 10/. BK3 ^Q&r 200 HATS Hero is an assortment which you could ^_. » not bettor anywhere, and at the sensa- iff...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOR SUSTAINED PRODUCTION Importance Of Winter Fodders [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941

FOR SUSTAINED PRODUCTION Importance Of Winter Fodders For sustained production consistently ample feeding of dairy cattle is -essen- tial, and it is a fact with particular significance at this season of the 'year. Now is the time to consider sowings of fodder crops for the relief Of pas ture shortage a few months' hence. ? Good pastures, of course, arc indis pensa'ble, but no matter how good they may ioe, mere arc times aurmg uie year when they are not sufficient. It is then that fodder 'crops, either in their -green state or in the form of silage, become essential to the mainten ance of. the milk flow and to the con dition of the animals. ^ ? . Early and thorough preparation of the land is necessary if the best re sults are to be obtained. The longer the interval between crops the better, and the wearing out of fertility ,by growing too many crops of:- similar class on one piece of land should be avoided. Only sound seed should be sown. \

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WORLD WHEAT REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941

WORLD WHEAT REVIEW IThe Acting Commonwealth Statisti cian (Mr. S. E. Carver), in his monthly summary, states that Canada's wheat production amounted to 551,000,000 bushels in 1940, the largest output for any year excepting 1928y when 507,000,000 bushels were produced. It is .expected that about 500,000,000 bushels will be carried forward to the 1941 crop from an exportable. 'surplus of- about 700,000,000 bushels. The carry-over ?' in 140 ' was 273;000,000 bushels. ' ','V. The area sown in Argentine1', during 1940-41 is 17.G million acres. Estimated production is not less than 290;000,000 busaels, compared with 119,000,000 bushels harvested in 1939.-40. ; To guard against over-production power has been taken requiring producers notj/to in crease their acreage next season, and, if need be, to reduce by 10 -per cent. The United States estimates- that the 1941 harvest will exceed 800,000,000 bushels. To -this is 'added an expected carry-over of 400,000,000 bushels. ?The exportable surpl...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO DETECT HENS ABOUT [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941

TO DETECT HENS ABOUT TO MOULT No difficulty should bo experienced in detecting the hen which is about to moult at the present time, writes the Poultry. Expert of the Department of Agriculture, discussing tho disposal of unprofitable stock. Tho comb com mences to wither and loses size, the polvic bones eloso to a degree which will not show the width of a finger be tween them, and the abdomen also 'tightens' and loses the characteris tic softness of the laying hen. Later the feathers will 'commence .to fall out and will be replaced by 'pin' fea thers, but birds in this condition are not attractive to buyers in the- market and it is better to market them before these pin feathers appear or otherwise to' keep them until they are fairly well through the moult.' Latest reports received by tho Vic torian Department of Agriculture from correspondents in tho'. main potato growing districts substantiate the pre vious estimate of an increase in tho area planted of up to 10 per cent, on ast sea...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNSUITABLE VARIETIES OF CITRUS March Best Time For Re-working [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941

UNSUITABLE VARIETIES OF CITRUS March Best Time For Re-working .March is the most satisfactory time for working over of undesirable varie ties of citrus by budding, and aged trees which were severely cut back in spring to force out. vigorous growths should shortly be in excellent condi tion to receive buds. The bark' will be found to readily! lift from the wood for a few weeks, and should any buds J.1UI LU rbllll.tr, XtUUUUlilg Will IJU JJUO sible immediately they are noticed. 'Bud wood should only be taken from trees definitely known to be regular in bearing, andi'rom which the fruit is of a strain characteristic of the variety. Trees which are unthrifty in their growth cannot be satisfactorily re worked. With deciduous trees a certain amount of. wood under the bud is advis able, but with citrus trees little or no wood is ^ necessary to ensure a good 'take.'' .Firm tying with raffia is, however, necessary. About three weeks after budding the ties may be loosened and the buds inspect...

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 — 21 February 1941

© PLEASE MENTI ON 'The Albury Banner' WHEN WBITING TO ADVERTISERS Ih H Hirer ^ i%. p EH CROSSLEY 't GAS ENGINE ! (Otto-Crossley Patent)' 7 h.p., Perfect Order and Condition FOE INSPECTION AND TEIAK APPLY 'ALBURY BANNER'

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 — 21 February 1941

Sound methods of adding lo personal efficiency have become increasingly important to nil of us. Whatever your activities are, you will find a cheque account .: with the Rural Bank a definite aid to efficiency. Payment by *' cheque saves valuable thue and energy ... is safe . . . and y systematic — you can 'budget better' with a cheque account. -fj Quite a small sum will start you on the way to this simpler, i-- more efficient method of income management. .£V3 Interest-bearing fixed deposits arc also accepted. 'V.'^* ?ft Use the Bank's Service Department to obtain general infor- '? «?- motion and statistics. Rest and writing facilities are provided , ' for country visitor's. The Service Department is situated on the Ground Floor of the Head Office Building. OF NEW S OJTH WA L E S^ 9 HEAD 0 FFICE:-E^SMARTINiPLACE?SYDNEY Albury Branch ? . .T ? Dean Street ? Manager ? ' ? W. L. Buckland

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 — 21 February 1941

Edgar PA QQi A NTT Mechanical 535 OLIVE STREET, ALBURY PHONE 722 Agent for BALTIC 1 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. ? ? ? — ,« ? j ' ?

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIVERSIFIED PRODUCTION ON THE WHEAT FARM Value Of the Oat Crop Stressed [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941

[?] ?Vakse Of the Oat Crop Stressed Many economic and other factors are compelling the . .introduction of greater diversification of farming practices ; * in wheat growing regions in this State, and although there is not a wide choice of marketable crops, there is consider able room for the greater development of crops which can be marketed through stock and. stock products. In this develop incut, uuaci vra eui cix liuic: ixi cue ngiiuuiuuicu vjeizictuc, ucti/kj \ have received and should continue to receive increased '{0 attention because of their excellent suitability to the growing conditions, the ease with which, they fit into the cropping system, and the variety and value of their uses on the wheat farm. Twenty-five years ago oat-growing was largely confined to the tablelands and cool parts of the western slopes in N.S.W. This limitation was largely duo to the. fact that only late-maturing varieties were available. The produc tion of the first Australian early maturing variety,...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Poultry FODDER SUPPLIES Farmers' Convention To Consider [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941

I FODDER SUPPLIES Farmers' Convention To Consider At the 'request of the Eoyal Agri cultural Society, fodder conservation will 'bo one of the questions ^discussed at the Farmers' Convention; to be held 'in Bairnsdalc from April 22-24. This was announced at the1 society's asih-hsi*! TSihn'tiMn'' loot ? TTFonlr *? TV-li OTI ''?'?' 'TV'll* A. Dahlenburg (Wimmera district), de clared that a scheme for fodder con servation was unnecessary,, because any experienced farmer . knew that it was in his own interests to conserve fodder. ( The reason why it had not been done in the past, ho added, was because of shortages due to 'bad sea sons. ? ' : .. ' Mr. W. E. Eaper, Calool Shorthorn stud, Culcairn, reports the ''arrival of a roan-colored January heifer' to the wcIWtnown imported sire Balnaiii Sovereign. She is out of Delawaro Summerton 6th. ' -

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND BRITISH BREED SHEEP STUDS MAKE REMARKABLE EXPANSION MANY NEW FLOCKS ARE BEING FORMED [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941

[?] ? Q ? The remarkable expansion that has taken place in the British sheep stud breeding industry in recent months, in N.S.W. and other States, is reflected in the great number of new Hocks to be registered with the Australian Society of Breeders of British Sheep. Thu trend, combined with a spirited demand for stud sheep, is also significant of the rapid progress of the fat lamb raising industry. There is a buoyant confidence associated with this industry that bodes well for the future, and judging by the growing recognition among fat lamb raisers, that best results in the long run accrue from the use of high quality registered sires and ewes, for their breeding stock, the future is being soundly based. {This is especially gratifying to the Society of Breeders of British ?Sheep, which last year appealed to breeders \ to strive to improve the quality of their sheep,' in view of the unlikeli hood- of importations of pure-breds from the United Kingdom during the war. Studs, the socie...

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 — 21 February 1941

I- TAILANGATTA SHOW & GYMKHANA ? (NO STOCK EXHIBITS) I Wednesday, 12th March j IN AID OF PATRIOTIC FUNDS 1 ALL PAVILION EXHIBITS AS USUAL — LARGE AND I ATTRACTIVE ARENA PROGRAMME I GRAND BALL TO FOLLOW i Prize Lists and Programme on application. ? JAS. RONAN, Secretary. Phone 16.

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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