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ARE YOU SURE? ANSWERS Questions on Page 12 [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
ARE YOU SURE? ANSWERS Questions on Page 13 1.— Antigua, Bermuda, Bahamas, Jamaica, Newfoundland, St. Lucia, Trinidad. ?2.— Benito. IBenito. Ho looted a ship of £12,000,000 treasure belong ing to Lima (Peru) Cathedral. ? 3. — Sterne. 4.— Pius XII., Benedict XV. 5. — :Air base in Franco (near Mar seilles) used by Germans. 6. — Lord Trenchard. 7.— Gipsy Mo tli. S. — It bans loans and credits to nations which have defaulted on war debts. » 9.— (a) France, (b.) England, (c) Canada, (d) Wales. 10.— (a) Marlowe, (b) Sholloy, (e) Chatterton. 11.— Small bird. ' 12. — Approximately 3 to 1; water ' . 141,050,00'0 square miles, land 55, 500,000- , ; 1 3.— Macbeth. 14. — Volga (2400 miles) Danube (1725), Rhine (800). 15. — Feathers (weighed by avoirdu; pois, 16oz. to thelb.); gold is weighed by troy weight, 12oz. to the 1b 16.— No. 17.— Nido of pheasants; east of hawks.
JUNEE [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
JUNEE ' , ? ? Tho Mayoiy(Dr. ,'R.. G. Weaver) has been olected\ chairman of the Mobile Technical Unit',' whieh'is' to visit Junec regularly ? ' (Mr, \W Lewis 'has 'begun dental practise hero. Ho is well known in the football world, .having coached St. George's Seconds last season and) play ed in 'the knock-out rounds with the Af a meeting' of Illabo Shire Coun cil . the opinion was -voiced ? that the bush fire danger would be felt in this area about April, which is consider ably' late, aceo'rding to the usual routine., In view of this, councillor.' decided to give discretionary powers to the clerk to give permission in the matter of burning off . Illabo Shire Council has decided to fix the rato for the current year at lid. in the £, the same as last year. During a review of the financial posi tion it was shown ,that the borrowing of £3000 some yearn ago under the Spooner Scheme had turned out to br a splendid proposition. , 'It is considered possible that the road route between Coot...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
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THE MOTORING WORLD News and Notes From the N.R.M.A. Glaring Headlights [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
_ ? ___ ? THF ? News and Notes From the N.RJMLA. Glaring Headlights 'Two wrongs don't make a right,' says the N.R.M.A. acting general sec retary (Mr. H. E. Richards), when condemning the habit of some motor ists of switching on their , headlights to the long beam after haying dipped them to an approaching car and fail ing to- receive a dip in reply. Re cently proclaimed regulations require drivers whose cars are equipped ? with and keep them dipped on any'- lighted road, or an unlighted roal when within 200 yards of an approaching vehicle. Some motorists wrongly imagine that it is compulsory to have a dipping device fitted, and consequently, resent ing any failure of an approaching driver to dip' in reply ;to his dip, 'give him the works' by: raising the beam again. This, say's Mr., Richards, ia not only a breach of the law, but is exceptionally bad ; mariners and a dangerous action. 'While the driver of the vehicle which has glaring lights must take steps to overcome the glare, a b...
Railway Excursions In March [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
Railway Excursions In March The Commissioner for ? Railways, Mr. T. J. Hartigan, has decided .that the next general series of excursion trains will be run during the first week of March. Return tickets- at single fare (minimum 3/ first class, 2/3 second class) will be issued at Albury to any New South .Wales railway sta tion. . The return portion of the ticket will bo available for two montha. The ^excursion train for .passengers in the ' Sydney direction will . leave Albury on Thursday, 6th March. Tho local station riiaster will supply information regarding opportunities for excursion travel in other directions about that time.
CULCAIRN SHOW SOCIETY Gymkhana To Be Held In April [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
CULCAIRN SHOW SOCIETY ? ♦ „ Gymkhana To Be Held In April CULCAIRN. — The following .were present at a meeting ' of tho Culcairn P.A.H.- arid I. Society: — Messrs.1 J. D.' Ritchie-' (president), -W.-.- W. Graham, D. H.,'McIntyre, J. 'II. Balfour, G. C.' McLaren, ' J. A. , iBalf our, J. E.' Jore-' mias,'A. W-.': Rcholz, Val. Post. J. j. Post,,'J.'M. ,.Crawley, M. Daley and O C. - Alldis , .(secretary ).- Holbrook Society ? advised' that Sep tember' 19 and, 20 had been iixed as the 'date's 6f.:its next sliow. Depart ment of Agriculture' advised .that a stallion 'parade would bo held at Cul cairn on' August 14, if the showground facilities were made available. The secretary's action in advising that the showground would be available was endorsed. The Royal Agricultural Society forwarded copy of the con ditions 'for the conduct of the Society's conservation of fodder competitions. It was agreed that the competition be held in abeyance for this year, but that it be held next year. The sec...
COUNTRY NEWS (Continued) CULCAIRN [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
COUNTRY NEWS — (Continued) ? CULCAIRN .'The following were present at tho monthly meeting of the School of Arts committee: — Messrs. G. H. Smith (president), G. -C. McLaren (secre tary), E. J. Matthews, A. H. Zweclc, W. Young, C. Reaper, N. G. Schultz,; R. W. MacEwen, J. E. Jereinias, D. Cox and W. J. Conley. The librarian (Mrs. W. Barnott) reported that 425 books had been issued during the month;; £8/4/6 received in subscriptions and one new member enrolled. The, mat ter of alterations to the library win dows and attention to the palms ad joining was referred to the house., com mittee. Culcairn Patriotic .Committeo was granted permission to, erect a '.'? notice board at the library entrance. The sum of £10 was transferred to the working account, and accounts passed '??-yfoir payment! ' ' ..'JiVThe president (Mrs. W, Barnett) presided over an attendance - of 24 . members' at a meeting of ? the Red 1 ^ ' Cross branch. Following a discussion as to the ibest ways and means of ' raising...
AIR SAFETY COMMITTEE FORMED AT TUMUT [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 21 February 1941
AIR SAFETY COMMITTEE FORMED AT TUMUT TUMUT.— At a public meeting in the shire hall an Air Safety Committee was formed to plan for emergency night landings of aircraft in the vicinity of Tumut. The committee consists of Messrs. O. Williams, C. Jop^en, Levett, W. McDonald, L. Wooton and Smith. At tho same meeting a committee was formed to organise a public col lection in aid of tho Greek War Relief Fund. Mr. M. Archer was appointed organising secretary and Mr. - Holmes treasurer. IThe executive committee will , con- sist of Messrs. A. Macadam. 'P. Akon, Mi. Macadam, R. Mulvihill, C. Bennett, P. Stathis, A. Frost and Mcsdames II. Godfrey, Peden, Jepsen, R. A. Lester and W. Patton. ' - ? ' A Greek Day will bo held on March 1, on- similar linos to the Red' Cross Day held in December.
"Bonny Blue Eyes" [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
'Bonny Blue Eyes' To-night. I am so sad and lonely, - ? ' Dreaming, my darling, of :you; . : f Of your, lovely, red lips, like the roses,-' And your bonny bright eyes so blue. Oh, those bonny blue eyes, v ,. Blue, blue as 'the sides; ? I'll only pray you'll forget mo not, - Sweet little bonny .blue- eyes. We said good-byjQ 'ncath- the willow; The moon hung down from' the sky, . But never a- star ? in the heaven ;? - As -bright' as' your bonny, blues^eyes. I placed the -ling on your finger^ s ; v You .promised you'd always be 'true, And: I mad«'-.k vow, little darling, I'd^never 'love anyone but you. Oh! those. bo^iny blue eyes, ,-:':Blue, blue 'as the skies; - I'll . only -pi-ay you'll forget me |not, . - ISweet 'little bonny blue eyes.X^.
"Poor Little Angeline" [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
'Poor Little * Angelinc' She-- was sweet sixteeh, . ? Little Angeline, 'Always ? dancing on \tho village green; , , \ - -As the boys passed by You- could hear: them cry. ~ 'Poor little Angelinel'V| ?. Oil/ her eyes were bi;own, \ . ' And . her liaii* hung down, 'Laddered stockings arid an old blue , '? gown, ' I -. .(» _ -1 l! . .. .1 ? ? ? : +r.-M ? JlJlU I1B1: '? UIOHUS , IVCIO; '' Of a lover bold, '[ Poor little Angeline. 1 ' Then . one day 'her .prince came - a-riding, , -'? And^he stop'ped right by- her side; Very soon she hoard -him . confiding, 'I want' to make you my bride.' What a pretty scene, ^ On' the village green, 1 When ; the - prince 1 was ' wed to Angeline.' - ?, Now -this princess Was a great success, Poor little Angeline. The words of these three .songs . have , been sent in by 'Lucky Dip.' ? ; *
PAINTING COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
PAINTING COMPETITION Color the Picture to the Best. Advantage with Paints or Crayons. - Name . . .- . ... ... . ,'v ? ? ; ? ; ? AddresB ? } ? ? ? / , _ i : \ . Age ? ' ? '. Birthday ? , ? * ? ! This competition is open toyoung readers under 16. ' Two, prize's' will be awarued — one m the senior division s(12 years and under * i lb) and one in the junior division (all children under 12 years). | Each entry must be. accompanied by your full name and address, -to^ ' 1 : gethen, with your, age,: and. must .bear -the signature of' one of your parents, a-iscbool ^teacher, or guardian, stating that' tho age given ia coirect, and the work your own. Address entry to Uncle, Jeff, . 'Albury Banner,' Albury, before Monday, . March 21s . '
"The Yellow Rose Of Texas" [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
'Tho Yellow Rose Of Texac;' There's. a yellow rose in Texas . I'm going back to see, , ?No other fellow loves her, Nobody }elso but me. , Sh'-- cried ? so: when 'I left : lier, ? ? , It nearly broke lier heart,' Aiid il' we over meet again, ' ? ,We' neyer more shall part. ' Chorus : - She 's tho sweetest rose of color, 1 ' This fair worl'd ivevor knew; Her eyes-are bright .~as- diamonds; ;? And sparkle like- the dew;. ; : You may talk about your fairest maids And sing- of Rosalie, - ?But the ? Y ellow Rose ' of /Te'xak ? ?- Beats, the. belles of Tennessee/ , ?The Rio, Grande is flowing, .. The stars are - shining bright;: ,? We stroll along together ..-.One bright and summer's night.. . v. She said, .'Do you remember? , . We parted long ago, ? You promised to come -back to me, i -:p And not to leave me so.' ? ??-.,?
11,000 Bales Offered At 7th Albury Wool Appraisement SOME CLIPS PENALISED THROUGH FAULTY CLASSING Owners Advised To Give More Attention To Matter Next Season [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
-llfOOO Bales Offered At.Jth Albury Wool Ippraisement ? ; ? a ? - j SHE CLIPS PENALISED THROUGH- :*i ; ? FAULTY GL4SSKNG ' ' ? ?Owners Advised To Give More Attention JT© Matter Next Season : Tlie Associated Albury wool brokers — Messrs. Y©~Ung-- i Siusbahd Ltd., Farmers and Graziers Co-op. Co. Ltd., Md ) ©algety and Co. Ltd.— report having conducted their Seventh 'appraisement for the current season on February 18, 19, and 20, when a total of 11,000 bales was Catalogued. The selection consisted in the main of wools from the later shearing districts, including the Upper Murray, Tallan gatta and North Eastern Victoria, together with .some J attractive clips from the Holbrook, Tumbarumba and Wagga areas. Busty and burry lots at this stage of the season are in short supply in this centre, but an increased quantity of lambs' wool was available. Generally speaking, most of the clips on offer did net (display the same length of staple or density, , as Was evidenced last season, whilst a bi...
Dancing Classes At Albury [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
Dancing Classes At Albury Dancing is one of the most ancient ?' of arts, . and modern tap dancing, so popular -with this generation, originat ed from the old clog dances in Lanca shire. Miss Phil. Pocock, who . has boon ? associated with dancing for many years in Albury, has returned from Sydney after intensive study in all branches, of this art, and has rosumed work .at her studio in St. Matthew's Hall, Olive-street, Albury. She is form ing tap and 'ballet classes ^ for children and classes- commence .on Saturday, . March 1. Lessons in modern and new . vogue iballroom dancing can 'be had 'by, appoiiitmont. . i
Farmers & Graziers' [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
F^m^s ? '& &raziers^ Springully/pMCW7Wagga (Wagga), fl 24Jd, 22d, 193d, . 18id. 173d, 17id, 17d, bkn 18id, nks 14jd, bkn 16id, bis llid, Iks 8.1d, eruts lljd. ,. ' .? ' .TRW/Fairfield (Wagga), fl 223d; 213d, 20d, 183d, . 18d, 173d, 17Jd, bkn 18id; bis 10 id. 1ms 15d. . 1 . , . ? ' (/J/Hillview (Holbrook).; fl 22d, 19d, 183d, 173d. 17(1, pes , 13d, bis 12d. MCG/B ; (Bungil, Vic.), fl, 21Jd; 19id, 18Jd, 17id,..17id, pes 12d, bis 93d,; 1st 1ms 15id. - ?Bungil/Star (Bungil, .Vic.); 11 -21d, 19id. 18d, 173d, 17Jd, 17id,.bkn l6Jd, 1st pes 11-Jd, bis lljd, Iks 7}d, eruts lOd. IIJH/C (in eir.) (Tumbarumba). fl- 20}d, I9jd, ' 18Jd, 173d. 17Jd, :i7-id, 17d, . bkn IGd. bis lljd, 1ms 13Jd. ..TN/Umbango . (Tarcutta);. fl 201d; ' IDid, I8id, 17Jd, 17d, lGJd, bltn 143d, Ibis lild, 1ms 14}d. ' G\VH/Glenevan : (Wd§el8y : PatkJi fl at)}d, 20d, - 183-3, . I8d, bkH i5id,. iid, ;Bis iiid. Silver Springs/HDB/Wairga (Wagga), 11 20d, ; 183d; igid iiid, /17id, bitn 16id, 1st pes- i§d| bis 13...