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Rotary Boys and Girls' Week ALBURY CLUB MAKING ARRANGEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
Girls' Week ALBBRY CLUB MAKING ARRANGEMENTS, , Arrangements for the ob servance of , Boys and Girls' Week are being made by. Albury Rotary Club. The week is .ob served by every Rotary Club in the world between April 26 and May 3. A committee of Rotarians has been appointed, under the chairmanship of Mr Roy Cpllings. ; , Rotary will celebrate its 36th anni versary on February 23. The first ?club was formed in Chicago in 1905. It was conceived by Paul Harris and aifew friends and based, on the 'ideal ?of service.' During the 36 years more than 5000 clubs have been formed in 80 countries of the world, with a mem bership of approximately 210,000. To the Rotary Relief Fund £10 has so far been donated by the . Albury, Club, and contributions 'by individual members -make a total of £25.' This amount is to be sent to - Rotary -in England for distribution. THE AND WOBONGA EXPRESS Largest Provincial Weekly In Australia OUliLlSHJSD every Fuday morning. Toims :— 6/6 per quarter, £1/6/ per year....
Is Lady Blamey Defying the Government? [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
Ie Lady Blarney Defying the Government- ? ;- ? A REPORT from the Middle East that Lady Blarney ' has joined the' overseas unit of the Australian Red Cross would suggest ? that she tis evidently intent on staying there in defiance of.'theiedict of- the .Federal Government for. her return. The announcement that ''.she had left Australia to see her husband, General Sir Thomas Blarney, some weeks ago, raise an indignant 'outcry5 against the 'action of the Government in allowing her . j;o leave these shores in contra vention- of the regulations. ,; - . . Although the Government stated she had been asked to. return immediately, it has) apparently, not been very insist ent. A firmer stand should have Been taken and Lady Blarney should have been made to. 'return to Australia just after she had arrived at her destination.,,. She should not have, been ? allowed privilege, even though she is the wife of one of our distinguished soldiers.
Beware Hoary Cress Menace [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
Beware Of Hoary Cress Menace ALARMED at the appearance in the shire of hoary cress, Hume councillors recently invited the weeds officer of the'. Department. of Agriculture, Mr. K. D. Carn, to make. an inspection of the areas' where the pest was noticed. Mr. Cam's report, which was read at the council meeting last Friday, revealed that although the weed had a small foot hold, it presented a- serious menace ' unless immediate steps -were taken to eradicate it! ' . . T ? _IT1 ? 1 -1 -. -.»—. —_ -??_-. -t-lt _-.?»»,»-_ P _-_i»-_ r__f1-*TT _n_rv_rl 4*_rv Iroan O CilQVTI lf-ftlr_ J-irtliWIlUlU.CXO CMC UI.CIC1UJC auriocu iv j\i-\^£.f ci. ^iwj. ^ *vw__ „ out for this insidious pest, which if left to thrive, would soon spread and ravage the arable lands in the shire. A few. . patches or. isolated plants' are. easily, controlled, but if the weed becomes a plague then it is cosily to eradicate. In the past, similar noxious weeds had caused thousands of acres of good land to be lost to producti...
Cowra Fortnightly Market [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
Cowra Fortnightly Market Norman C. Bellamy and Co. report on Cowra fortnightly market on Tues day, February 18: — Cattle.— A light yarding .of 190, only ,80 in the fat pens. Competition was restricted, and the market, apart from well-finished bullocks and steers, which were firm, ~ was 10/ lower. Values for the 110 store cattle penned were also easier.1 Quotations: — Fats: Bullocks/ £1-2 to £15; light steers, £8/10/ to £9/10/; cows and heifers, good, £8/10/ ,to £9/10/; lighter, from £7; light, 'from £6; vealers, good, £8/10/ .to £9/10/; lighter, from £7; light, from £5/10/- Stores: Cows, with' calves, £8/10/ to £10; plainer, £7; dairy heifers, 2 years, £6; year ling' to 14 years, £4 to £5/5/; good forward springers, £10 to £11/7/6; others, £7/10/ to £8/10/. Sheep. — 10,170, one of the heaviest offerings for a considerable time. There was a good attendance of, trade buyers, including a number of 'Sydney operators, .while there were also nian'y graziers present. Competition, how ever,...
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK FEBRUARY Sydney Standard Time [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK FEBRUARY Sydney Standard Time Date Sun , Rises ' Sets a.m. p.m. FRIDAY, 21st .... 5-37 ;.? . 6 40 SATURDAY, 22nd .. 5 37 -6 38 SUNDAY, 23rd .... 5 38 6 37 MONDAY, 24 th... 539 63C TUESDAY, 25th .. 5 30 G '34 WEDNESDAY, ,26th ? 5 41 6 33 THURSDAY, 27th ... 5 42 ? 6 32 ? £ ? PHASES OF THE. MOON' New moon, 26th Feb., 1.2 p.m. First quarter, 6th March, .'5.43 p.m. Full moon, .13th March, 9.47 p.m. Last quarter, '20 th March, 12.51 p.m. New moon, 28th March, 6.14 a.m.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS ??? ?;.;;:? BIRTH', GIBSON.— On February 15, at Mercy Hospital, East Melbourne, to Vivienne, wife of Nigel G. Gib son, of ' Kin-ibOU, '?. Now GIs borne, Victoria— a son. (Andrew George' Faithfull). ' X , . DEATHS ' ?;';. ;: , FEINT, Samuel, of Narandcra (77), on February .17. -'??.'-!???' _ GRANT, John, on February 12, at Schubach Street, Albury, aged 76. -? . ? JOHNSON (Bufrord), Ida, on Febru ary 16, wife of Claude II. John son, mother of Joy and James, at Corowa. . '? JOHNSTON, Margaret'' Charlotte,. .85, on February 19/ at Caolamon. SOUTHWELL, Keith , Rupert, infant . son of Mr. and Mrs. Rupert ?Southwell/ of T.urvey Park, on February 17, at 'Wagga. ?WAY, Elspeth Brown (89), on Febru ary 15, at Wahgunyah.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
)^.Jj^^^M' ffiftfe CORNFLOUR \ tlP^ J ' .^dfr - Jy Look to Wade's Cornflour for _ *f n _^--^*^ -sjr ? ^^ those casy-to-makc delicacies you ^VT^''* ^$8/ '' ^\ nect* f°r ^arm-weather appetites F** ? '~~~*J$£) rfSfeN Wade's gives added flavour, a; 1 I «,/ ' ? jk^t»J&^\ flncr texture- absolute^ purity— ^ ffleZ ~\ & ffl*? 1 1 because it is triple - refined and % ' j§[- * ft ' ^-^y-v'' I genuinely made from maize! \. HI Jr w Cfl IP !^l I? I #1 1 1 It H0 ift'^ fe'%i &f fei %^ te# i^m A PRODUCT OF CLIFFORD LOVG & CO. LTD., 77 CLARENCE STRI-ET, SyPNEy
P. & A. PARADE PRIZE MONEY INCREASED Commencing On Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
P. & A. PARADE PRIZE MONEY INCREASED Commencing On Sunday Prize money for the P. and A. Parade, which mil re-commence 'on Sunday night; has been increased from £1000 to £1500, making the first prize money in each section £200, instead! of £100 as before. /This session will again be heard ?friim 9.AV thrnneyli n vnln-o- +'vnm . STCTI. and this year a portion of the pro gramme will be broadcast from 2UE Sydney. Because of tho inclusion of the Sydney station, entrants from country stations in the relay will be reduced; so entrants' are advised to make early application. Entry forms can be ob tained from 2AY studios, Dean-street, Albury.
THE LETTER BOX Likes Women's Section [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
[?] Likes Women's Section Dear Barbara, — I am a ne.w writer to your Letter Box; I hope I ? am ex cused for using a pencil, but I am sitting in Albury 's lovely Botanical Gardons. I have not been in Albury very long, but I like it very much in deed. My husband is in the A.I.F. overseas, and a friend asked me to come here with her. Then the lady I stayed with said if I minded her little boy (Bruce) in the afternoons she would give me my room free. I was jnly too glad to do this, as he is a lovely kiddie, just two years old and very good. I find him groat company and bring him to the gardens quite often. His mother does sewing at home in the. afternoons; so she is glad to know he is well looked after while ihe is busy. i I am sen din k you part of. one of ?ay husband's letter's, Barbara. You .nay be able to' get some notes 'out , of it for the Letter Box. I only started to' read tho 'Banner' a couple of veeks ago, and I do love your Page. [ sent Tom (my ' husband) one 'last week. T(he...
Radio Crosswords NEW 2AY FEATURE [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
'Radio Crosswords NEW 2AY FEATURE Commencing next Wednesday night at 8.30 an intriguing new session, Radio Crosswords, will be heard from 2AY. . Below ;is published a crossword diagram- to be used with the session. The clues will be words irom musical numbers played during the session. A double theatre ticket will be given entrant with- the first correct solution opened. Entries should be neatly filled in and in block letters. ~~1 l~2 : '~3 ~4 ~E~ (T ' 7 ~T ~9 ~ 10' ???;, 11 '12 T3 14 X5 ? | 16; ??-, ?17 18 19 20. (Squares to bo blacked out will be given by the announcer.) NAME ? ADDRESS ? (Block letters) Send entry to 2AY Studios, Dean street, Albury.
IN THE WORLD OF WOMEN. Continued A Letter From Barbara [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
IN THE WORLD OF WOMEN, -Continued . A Letter prom Barbara I 'fJEAR READERS,— The winner of ;?:; the recipe competition was | 'Elizabeth Grace.' It is some time ; | since this regular contributor has | won a competition, but when you $« try .her recipe you are going to agree ;??;' wiui iiie biictt j.i- is a very uuuuuiiuual v, .one. I am very pleased with the re '^ '. spbnse I received to this competition iji and some, really excellent recipes ?! j. have been sent in. I have decided to '?'\ publish. some of them, and if there ??': is insufficient space this week then :'? they/ will be included as soon as 1 spEfj't will permit. ??? i! Y$u will find 'Elizabeth Grace's' . ?..:?. winning recipe in/ this week's sec }'[[ ; tion. . - . ,_.':??? ?''::??':''?? '?'?' IThere are no qualifications and no restrictions and only one rulo. Tho rule is that you must enclose your name and address. This is for my own . usy^and will not be published if you f enclose a suggestion for a pen-name. If you p...
2AY PROGRAMME FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21 [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
2AY PROGRAMME FBIDAY, FEBRUARY 21 7.0 a.m., Early Morning Eeview; 7.15, Prairie Melodies; 8.15, Business Girls' Ses sion; S.30, Hospital Cheer; 8.45, Overseas News; 9.15, 'Betty and Bob'; 0.30, Mothers' Melodies ; 9.45, Wodonga Session ; 10.15, 'Har- mony in the Home' Session, conducted by Jean ; 10.30, Harmony Highlights ; 1 1.0., Morn ing Tea with Margo ; 11.20, Home Furnish ing; 11.45, Mid-Morning Melodies;: 12.30 p.m., Luncheon Music ; 1.30, Swing Session ; 5.30, Children's Session ; 6.0, Dinner Music ; 7.0, National News Service Commentary ; 7.20, 'ALBURY BANNER' NEWS SERVICE; 7.30, 2AY Sporting Session, Farmers' News Service ; 8.30, 'Fred and Maggie Everybody' ; 8.45, Dance Programme ; 3.0,' 'Pivot' Dance Time; 12.0, Close.- r SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22 7.0-11.0 a.m., See Friday morning; 11.0, Department of Information Talks ; 11.15, Hospital Session; 12.30 p.m., Luncheon Music ; 5.30, Children's Session ; 6.0, Dinner Music; 6.45, -Sporting Session; 7.0, National News Service Comme...
A.B.C. NATIONAL PROGRAMME SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23 [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
A.B.C. NATIONAL PROGRAMME SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23 i ? MUSIG: 'Great Pianists,'., Mark Ham i ?'. bourg, 12.15 p.m.; 'Everyman's Music,' ? 2.30; 'Young Australia,'' Rosemarie Kenny, ' ' piano, 4.0; Chamber Music, 4.45 ; Boheme ':''?'? Sextet, 8.0; 'The- Mastersingers,' 8.30; ; 'Australian Artists,' William ' Krasnick (vio ; ;» ' la) and Joyce Atkins, (soprano), 10.0. I '? - !? PI.AV' flMMi'on'a Plnv 'Deerin of TSmnire.' ; : .;?; - Lord Roberts of Kandahar, 5.30. .TALKS: ;,:'???' H. W. Dinnirig, 'Book Review,' 10 a.m.; ;i T| Church Service, St. Mary's Basilica, Sydney, '}. 11.0; Radio Newsreel, 1.30 pnm. ; 'Armchair k ']' Chat,' J. A. MeCallum, 'American Presi /' dents' (Jefferson), 2.15; 'Adventures in Art,' Daryl Lindsay, on ','Dogas,' 3.30; '?' ' Neville Cardus, ? 'The Enjoyment of Music,' '? CO; B.B.C. Talk, Wickham Steed, 'World ?': ' Affairs,' .7.15; Radio Newsreel, 7.30; 'So ;? I- You Think You Know Music' (a Gordon !; ; Ireland- feature), 9.0; 'All Australia Ses sion,' with a talk ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
?*FREJE of'Yoar Mahj [(up to 2 Years of Age} a * — We will photograph any child up to 2 years of age, and supply an exquisitely finished Portrait in rich natural Sepia, mounted in a delightful 'Nursery _ Rhyme' folder with envelope to match (ready to post, if deaired) nil ABSOLUTELY FREE! Remember, there is no charge or obligarf^Pi whatever. This Advertising Offer is pa tented to prove — without cost to you — our ' Studios' unchallenged' leadership in child photography. f ? OFFER No. 2. Any member of Australia's Fighting Fotces photographed FREE .. and photo supplied free. 6 OFFER No. 3. Six de-luxe Portraits in 'Greeting' folders, suitable for all occa sions — Envelopes to match. Inclusive charge, 12/6. OFFER No. 4. Your portrait taken, proofs submitted, and three delightful 10' x 8' Art Tinted De-Luxe Photos supplied for 7/6. Ring for our representative to call. Tell your friends of these amazing offers. SATISFACTlbN POSITIVELY GUARANTEED STfJllIOS PITY. LTD. 9th Floor, State Shop...
RADIO PROGRAMMES PERSONALITIES PARAGRAPHS 2AY Harmony In the Home Club A LETTER FROM JEAN [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
P^H^^^p^ : PROGRAMMES PERSONALITIES jjj ? PARAGRAPHS f: 2AY Harmony In the Home Club A LETTER FROM JEAN JJEAR. MEMBERS,— Since my last letter we have held, two 'Get- togethers' in the ?'Alburyv hardens. They were very successful 'gatherings. The first ' Get-together ' /\yas hcli1 on Thursday, February 13, at . i,' which 43 mmnltfi's nttnhrinri. Wn PTnrhiftt-.n/l n number of competitions, - prizes con sisting of a lovely croche't;'jdoyley and jug-cover, donated by Miss Dunne, Williamstown; a coat-hanger, donated by 'Ronalle'; and a. number of theatre tickets. . . /.'., |The winning topic letter 'was read. A prize of 5/ went to '.Wild Choco late Flower, ' ' and second Vprize, two theatre tickets, to 'Talisman,' of Wodonga. It has been '/decided to continue with' our topic letter com petition, prizes to be donated each Thursday at our ' Gbt-togcthcrs. ' Our first gathering netted'; a profit of £1/17/6, which will go to our hot trolley .fund. The detals of Thurs day's gathering will be ...