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Corowa Farmer Injured [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
Corowa Farmer Injured John Walliss, farmer, of Corowa, was driving from his home, about four miles from town, in his gig last Tues- ', day, when the horse shied at a tu-oken '' i limb on the road near King's slajjs&ter f_ ] yards, and' bolted. Mr. Wallk was thrown out and fell on his head and, shoulder. .His daughter, Miss Dulcio* . Walliss. and her cousin, Miss L- Eyers, were also thrown out. the former sus taining a sprained left wrist and shock, while Miss Eyers received severe cuts, a badly bruised leg, and shock. The gig was eomp'^-ely wrecked. JMiss Eyers walked to^Mr. IBott's residence and telephoned for ' the ambulance, which conveyed Mr. 'Walliss to the Corowa Hospital, suffer ing from a dislocated shoulder, bruises , on the right side of the face, head, and shock. Both girls were able to go home. '
SCHOOL TEACHERS [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
SCHOOL TEACHERS The following changes in personnel of teaching staffs in New South Wales have been gazetted fiy the Department of Education:— E. Mortimer, Mar.ulan to Bethungra; J. Fisher, Tumut I.H.S. to North Newtbwn I.H.S. ; J. Doherty, Randwick I.H.S. t.n Temoi-n T.h!s ? :TC. Giltinan, Griffith 'H-S. to Gosford H.S.; R. Hundt, Canberra H.S. to Sydney B.H.S.; W. Magill, Forbes I.H.S.' to Hay H.S.; C. McCutcheon, Cowia I.H.S. to Albury, H.S. ; F. Payne, Drum moync I.H.S. to1 Lee'ton I.H.S. j Miss M Gibson, Albury H.S.' to Lithgow H.S.. I. C. Hargreaves, Bogan Gate to Ungarie; S. ' Williams, Albury to Greta; Miss J. Donnelly, North Sydney G.H.S. to Wagga *H.S.; Miss.E. Wil son, Wa&ga H.S. to Griffith H.S.; C. Dandie, Temora I.H.S. to Penrith I.H.S.; Miss H. Robinsdn, North Syd ney G.H.S. to v Wagga H.S.j Miss L. Menzies, West Wyalong to Singleton I.H.S.; J. Harrison, Homebush I.H.S. to Griffith H.S.; Miss J. Thoiwpson, Dcniliquin H.S.' to Narandera/ I.H.S.; C. Teale, Albury...
PEACHES PROVE FATAL Two Children Die At Wagga [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
PEACHES PROVE FATAL Two Children Die At Wagga ?WAGGA. — Two children are dead and a sister and a brother are in hos pital after eating unripe peaches. The dead children are Eonald Amess, 9, and . Ellen May Amess, 5. Both died on Sunday in Wagga Base 'Hospital, to which Shirley Patricia Amess, 7, and John Patrick Amess, 12, were sent on Saturday afternoon with ?jj Jiij/vunig i3xiiijL.icfci. bU IUUOC Ui, li 1LC JlXOb two children. . Shirley and John are now in a satis factory condition. The other children in the family:' Olive, 14; May, 10; and June, 11 months, have been placed under observation. An analysis of stomach contents is being made in Sydney. ? .
Accident At Springhurst [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
Accident At Springhurst -. 'Mr. Edward Wilson, 'Sunnyside,' Rutherglen, was engaged in grading ' 'wheat on the property of Mr. C.,Plcm ing,, Springhurst, and when attempting to'-kick the belt off with his foot ? he was- caught, and his leg was dragged' into the machinery.. Dr. Davis, Ruther glen, and the Corowa ambulance were called- and after treatment Mr. Wilson was conveyed to Corowa by ambu lance, where ho was admitted to hospi- ' tal suffering from a broken leg and shock.
Airman Drowned At Narandera [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
Airman Drowned At Narandera NARANDERA/ ' — Aircraftman Don ald Want, a member of the R.A.A.F., was drowned in the Murnrmbid gee River . about one mile, from the Naranflera school on Monday * niorri Jng. Want was formerly a resident of -.NaiTomine. He was swimming1 in . the river for some time, when . he suddenly disappeared.- His companion, who could not . swim and was sitting on .the bank, rushed back to tho. town and about' 60' men . and the police joined- i,n the search for ' the body, which was recovered on Wednesday morning, 100 vyards from where he was last. seen.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
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HOARY CRESS IN HUME SHIRE WEED HAS SMALL FOOTHOLD, BUT IS DEFINITE AND SERIOUS MENACE [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
'HOAR, i CRESS IN MUJVlli SHIRE » ? ♦ — In a report sent to the meeting of the Hume Shire Coun cil last Friday on the problem of hoary cress within the shire, the Weeds Officer of the Department of Agriculture (Mr. K. G. Carn) stated this pest has only a small foothold, but a very definite and serious one, and the council. was justified in ? taking very decided action to preserve the igricultural land taking very decided action to preserve the agricultural land Mr, Carn recently made a visit to the shire at the invita tion of the council to investigate the extent of the weed !?..;? within the area. He was accompanied on his tour by the j district agriculture instructor (Mr. G. C. Bartlett). Tlic report continued that hoary cress wan widely known in agricul tural countries and in the Wimmera district of Victoria the pest had reach ed a serious stage over a wide area of fjrst class wheat country. In N.S.AV. the weed was widely spread from Corowa, Albury, Culcairn, 'AVagga to Mjwigoe, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
WHEN FEELING LIVERISH DR. MORSES INDIAN ROOT PILLS PROVIDE THE REMEDY .Mrs. L. Kobinson, 'Ka-r-ra,' 9 Shepherd Street, . MaTOubra, N.S.W., writes: — 'Having read of different people who have taken your famous Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, I thought I would like to let you know about the length of time I have taken then! and what they have been taken for. Well, if I am at all out of sorts or liverish, they are the best pick-me-up. Having taken them for 28 years I think I know. In the first place they were recommended .by my dear old nurse.' Don't get up night after night because of lack of control over the urine. When your rest is inter rupted, you are tired and -worn out /? on arising in the morning — totally,' unfit for the day's -work. If you get up at night due to frequent, scanty passages with burning and discomfort, your kidneys and bladder need help. The longer you have suffered from these symptoms of kidney and bladder trouble, the more you owe it to your health to heed the ...
SHOTS FIRED AT POLICE Pensioner Besieged In Hut [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
SHOTS FIRED AT POLICE ? o ? Pensioner Besieged In Hut GUNDAGAI.— Armed with a ropo.it ing rifle, a Great Avar pensioner last Saturday barricaded himself in lr hut at South Gundagai and for six hours refused to surrender to armed policu who weio sent to arrest him. Shots were fired at two police anrn ?*-v iiiutu jjv/iiuv^ ail ainicu^ WU1U oUJIL for as reinforcements. They surround ed the hut, waited, and, when tin man crept out to see whether the- had gone, Constable McBurney tackled him. There was a violent struggle during which eight more shots wen fired from the man's rifle bofore he was overpowered. Tho shots wen' wide; In the struggle the man's head am1 arms were cut. He is under police guard in Gundagai Hospital. The man had1 been arrested on an assault charge, following an altercation in Gundagai 's main street last Saturday afternoon. He escaped as , he was being placed in the police truck.
Third Party Insurance Bill Prepared WILL BE PRESENTED AT "OPPORTUNE TIME" [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
Third Party Insurance Bill Prepared ? «» WILL BE PRESENTED AT 'OPPORTUNE TIME' Legislation to provide for compul sory third party insurance in New South Wales has been prepared by tho Minister for Transport (Mr. Bruxaer) and will be presented to Parliament 'when a suitable oppor tuniy occurs.' This advice was con veyed to Hiune Shire Council last xnaay in a lener num me mimsiej. in reply to a suggestion from the council. Council suggested some . time ?'?. -ago that, as the question of third party insurance appeared to be the only drawback in dispensing with the regu lations in connection with interstate motor traffic, the Government should fall in line with other States and in troduce tho necessary legislation to overcome this difficulty. A further letter was received by council from AVakool Shire Council asking for co-operation in urging the Government to abolish tho lack of uni formity in the regulations for crossing the .border 'between N.S.W. and Vic toria. It was pointed out in...
GREYHOUND AT STUD SPEEDY CASH (All Cash—Speedaway) [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
GREYHOUND AT STUD Ox SltShsJ I L/AOxl (AH Cash — Speedaway) DROVEN ? Champion '. on track and ; plumpton, Speedy Cash is one of our (All Speed, fcipcodali' and Cash way), which between them- won over 2 500 in prize-money. He won nu icrous races over all distances and against high-class opposition. He huS now been retired to the stud, and is located at Bungariuy, near U'arcutta. ( This 'Do,g, on breeding, conf ormation and proven spued, should certainly produce high-class stock. For details and arrangements apply JOHN ESMOND, - Eungafley, Turcutla, 'Phone Tar. 2.
LATE PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
LATE PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. iBullus, of Broad street, 'Albury, are being congratulated I on the birth of a son. , i Cpl. L. T. Huntington, Wagga, spent j the week-end with friends in Jones street, Albury, en route fox Sydney. ?Mr. and Mrs. Wally Hail; iiurrum buttock, are being congraiRSW on' S HIU .Ull bit- UI il- HUH. \ , ? I Mi's. H. -F. Mitchell and Miss M. I Kyle will return to Albury next week after spending a few weeks at the seaside. . Mrs. Brewer, from Melbourne, is visiting her sisters, Mrs. Brewer and ' '- Miss Whitaker, Kiewt-street. Engagement -M Lorna Mary, youngest daughter of Mrs. E. A. Ashwin and of thelato Mr. G. J. Ashwin, Glen Valley, Capel's Crossing, to Daniel^ Percival John, R.A.A.F., elder son of Mr. and Airs. L. C. Cuthbert, Redlands, Corowa. Donated to the Greek fund by Mr. H. Wilson, House Creek, Wodonga, two sheep realised' £6/15/ at the Wodonga market on Wednesday. A stock whip donated' by Mr. Norman Simmonds raised 20/.
Speedy Cash Retired To Stud [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
Speedy Cash Retired To Stud Followers of coursing throughout the south will be' interested' to learn' thai Speedy Cash (All Cash— Speed-' way), a proven champion of track and plumpton, has been retired to the stud, and is located at Bung*arley,near Tar cutta. Speedy, Cash is one of a litter Of four t All ? Snoni-I Qr%n«J«ii __.-! r--_v away) which between them 'have won over £2500, and are' undoubtedly the greatest litter ever sired b'y All Cash., One of the best ' judges ' in ;-the game recently expressed the ? conviction? that, on breeding, conformation and proven1 speed, this dog should prove a great' sire. All particulars can be secured from Mr. J. Esmond, Bungarley; Tar cutta, who was for four years presi-. dent of the progressive Queanboyan ? and District Coursing Club. At a fee of £5/5/ and freight, Speedy Cask' should be widely availed of by well-' bred stock throughout the south.
WODONGA'S NEW SHIRE SECRETARY Mr. Womersley's Efficiency and Courtesy [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
WODONGA'S NEW SHIRE SECRETARY Mr. Wpmersley's Efficiency and Courtesy Every councillor present at the last meeting of tho AValpeup Shire Council spoke in appreciative terms of , the work, character and efficiency of tho retiring secretary, Mr. J. S. AVomers ley. Genuine regret was expressed at his resignation. 'The president (Cr. Lackmann) said iimy mi uppruuiiitea lur,. womersieys great energy and the able manner in which he had handled the work of the shire, to which he had brought just that dash which 'we older men lack.' If Mr. Womersloy had remained he felt thnt they would havo surmounted the difficulties ahead more easily. They thanked him for what he had done as secretary. Cr. Eevan said he was president when Mr. Womersley was appointed and was concerned as to how they might get along with a new secretary. Mr. AAromciviloy had proved better than they had even hoped for. He war easy to work with, and had abundant energy. They all wished him cqntinuod success and tho best that ...
WODONGA COMFORTS FUND [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
? . -i, WODONGA COMFORTS FUND ? 1 ? O ? Cr. Richardson presided at the annual meeting of the Australian Comforts Fund at AVodonga. Owing to illness of. the treasurer (Mr. ,V. O 'Sullivan), the books were not fully audited, but a statement showing total', rocoipts. of £350/10/' was presented. It was made up ,as follows: Donations' £23/13/3,. sale of , badges £8/3/, sale of ear stickers ? £2/2/. Junctions £41/10/4, sundries £1/0/1, contributions from AVodonga Patriotic Fund £263/11/4. Expenditure was £200/1 1/8, as fol lows: Wool £81/19/10, garments £28, 17/6, Christmas hampers £7/10/, pi in ting £3/35/(5, rest-room £25, Eed Cross £34/13/10, A.C.F. (Victorian division) £25, sundries £2/2/, badges £0/5/, games £3/8/.' Balance in hand was £150/4/4. . Correspondence was received from overseas and from Eonogilla, thanking the A.C.F. for gifts. Tho most-wanted articles are long khaki socks, pullovers, special stock ings, airmen's gloves, helmets, mittens, ' scarves and caps. A statement fr...