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WODONGA SHIRE COUNCIL MONTHLY MEETING OF COUNCILLORS [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
WODONGA SHIRE COUNCIL ' ? n ? : ? MONTHLY MEETING OF COUNCILLORS The monthly meeting of Wodonga Shire Council was held on Wednesday. Present: Crs. R. Richardson (presid ent), K. D. Watson, 'M. Martin, J. S. Hore, G. A. AV.- Boyes, M. Mullins, F. H. Waters, O. F. Pollard . and C. C. Sheather. ? ? f CORRESPONDENCE (From J. L. Fisher, C.E., advising that the Towong Shire Council ap proves of him accepting a part time appointment, , with Wodonga Shire Council.— Mr.' ..Fisher 'si appointment was confirmed. * ? From^ Municipal Association of Vic toria.: forwarding report of tho execu tive committee of the annual confer ;enee.— iReceived. From Hon. J. McEwen, M.H.R., in dicating that he has been advised by the Minister for tlie Army concerning his personal representations with re gard. to the issue of free passes to members of the A.I.F. Mr. Spender has indicated that .a concession has been granted- once a month by the Vic torian Railways enabling members of the A.I.F.- to travel to any pa...
CHURCH SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
CHURCH SERVICES In order to ensure insertion and classifi cation in tho Church . Service Column of the 'Albury Bonner,' advices regarding, services must ronch this oflico NOT LATER THAN TUESDAY. DIVINE- SERVICE will be conducted (D.V.) in accordance with the following- list of appointments: — - Sun., Jan. 12 (First Sunday After Epiphany) CHURCH OF ENGLAND ST. MATTHEW'S, ALBURY.— 8 a.m.. H.C.; 11 a.m., Mattins ; 7.30 p.m., Evensong. ALL, SAINTS', NORTH ALBURY ? 7.30 p.m./ Evensong- THURGOONA.— 11 a.m., H.C. TABLE TOP.— 3 pjn., Evensong. LAVING TON.—?^. . THE ROCK . PARISH.— St. Peter's, The Rock: Holy Communion, 8 a.m. (Evei-y Sun day); 3rd, 4th and 5th -Sundays, Evensong, 7.30 : p.m. ; ' Matin's,7 , 11:. a.m. (2nd Sunday). Uranquinty : 1st and 2nd Sundays, 7.30- p.m. (Evensong) ; 3rd Sundays, 10 a.m. (Sung Eucharist). ; Yarragundry: 3rd Sundays. 3 p.m., (Evensong). Collingullie: 2nd Sundaya, 3 p.m. (Evensong). Tootool : 1st Sundays (time1 changeable). Yerong Creek: 4th Sun days, : 1...
I am in an Air Fight with Three Messerschmitts [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
I am in an Air Fight with Three Messerschmitts T ?' I | Exclusive Eye-Witness Story g ? By GODFREY WINN ' f L™.. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ......... I 'yisiT beauty spots of Scan-i dinavia. Daily service by best modern armored air liners; Stavanger a speciality. Six -.hours of the romantic, sparkling North Sea at an all-in exclusive . charge. Special tours can be arranged by consultation with the pilot.' It was a special tour all right. And there were moments of it when-.^did not think that invi tatidiraStuck up in the cockpit of the Lockheed Hudson in which I 'flew to Norway ana back, quite so funny as when the night before I first heard about that ironic parody in the mess of an East Scottish station of the Coastal Command. Pei\£aps I ought to liave concen trated,^ ore on the pther: notices I. saw. on the walls of the Operations, Boom., when our crew were getting. their flying orders. Notices like 'Beware of the Ilun in the sun.'-' And. 'Victory in combat is only: possible to an expert shot...
LATE NEWS IN BRIEF [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
LATE NEWS IN BRIEF Toonalloolt- Stud. — A ? recent ; ' .pur chaser of a stud ram from the- Toonal- look Boniucy Marsh stud of. . Messrs. F. C. and N. L.' Griffith, Albury;; was Mr. C. Apploton, of Greenmeadows, Jingellic. - ♦ j :'fi j Leeton Apricot Crop. — The canning of the apricot crop lias been, completed jy the Leeton; cannery. The; crop was equal to about three-quarters ofV last .: - ..?ear's record, .but was of- excellent quality. About 7G0 hands. ; were em ployed in the processing. Season's Wool Clip. — Figures ??from lundrcds of representative .-shearing jheds in N.S.W. and Victoria indicate . .'hat the season 's wool clip will; be lc.iy Shan five ipor cont. bolow last .year's .-ecord yield. .. ?-??'? : / * * School Destroyed By Fire.— Toukley, N'oraville, Public School was ? totally .lestroyed by lire last Munraay. Tlio cause of the. fire is not known. ' Tho police are investigating. ' ?. « * f No Duck. Season. — Owing to tho ,dry season, duck shooters in Victoria. .?.'.wi...
Victory In the Western Desert [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
Victory In the Western Desert AUSTRALIA is justly proud of her soldiers who took part in the victory of Bardia. Ringed in behind a fortress of steel, tank traps and redoubts, Mussolini- 'and Italian army commanders thought they were safe from the attacks of the British troops, and that attempts to penetrate this stronghold would prove futile. However, the new Anzacs proved of the same matchless fighting mettle as their fathers. In spite of overwhelming odds, they flung themselves into the fight. It was their first baptism under fire, but with typical Australian tenacity and courage, they swept all before them and soon Bardia was in our hands. Our losses were comparatively light, considering the magnitude of the task which confronted our soldiers; in fact they were the lightest on record considering the importance of such a victory. It must be a bitter pill for Mussolini to swallow to know that an numerically inferior force has been able to smash his 'invincible' African army; while ...
NORTH AMERICAN TRADE COMMISSIONER [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
WORTH AMERICAN TRADE COMMISSIONER ^ CANBERRA. — The positions of Aus tralian Government Trade . Commis sioner in the United States of America and Australian- Trade Commissioner in Canada have been, amalgamated into the one position of Australian Govern ment Trade Commissioner for North: America. Announcing this, the Department oi Commeice states that since the- trans fer of Mr. L. R. MacGie,gor in July, j 1938, from Toronto to New York, the ! position of Trade Commissioner, in i Canada has remained unfilled, and the 1 Toronto establishment has been car ried on under the- immediate charge of 'Mr. E. R. Ellen, the Assistant Aus tralian Trade Commissioner in Canada. Mr. MacGregor, whose headquarters will continue to be in New York, will have supervision and general control of the trade offices in New York and Toronto. The Toronto' office will re main 'under Mr. Ellen's charge and ]).:3 title will bo the same. An MS'-itani; trade commissioner will bo appointed in New York. . ? THE ALBUR...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS DEATHS ANDERSON, iJloyd, on January 3, at Wagga, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Anderson BRAY, Arthur ? Hulane, on January 5, of Corowa, 88 BROWNING, John, on January 1, at Yarra wonga, 75 BAWDEN, Jamos Henry, on January 3, at Tumut, 55 FOSTER (nee Crowe), Kathleen Ann, on January 9, at Jones' Creek, Gundagai, wife of Harold Bede Walter, Foster, 38 HORGAN, Margaret, on January 8, relict of the late James Horgan. of Williams town, 77 HASSALL, Jonathan Evans, , at ? Grafton, formerly of Wagga, 84 HAYES, Margaret Denre, on January 9, of Narandera, widow of late Thomas'' Newton Hayes KELLY, James, on January 3, at Albury LEHMAN, Catherine, on January 1, at, , the residence of her son, Dr. Sydney Lehman, of Maribyrnong Road, Moonee Ponds, loving mother of Kathleen Smith. LINSELL, William Walter, on January 4, at Wagga, of Currawama, 79 PATTERSON, Allan James, on January A (result o £ railway accident), of Coolamon REARDON, James Michael, on December 23, of Gunda...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
PBOITBSSIONAI. KOTIOE3 S. S. OXENHAM A.R.A.I.A., A.M.I.E. Aust'. Architect & Consulting Engineer 1st Ploor, Bank of N.S.W. Chambers, DEAN STREET, ALBTTRY 1 Phone 574 FLEMING, HENDERSON AND STEDMAN SOLICITORS For New South Wales and Victoria Albury Chambers, Cr. Kiewa & Dean Streets, Albury Trust. Moneys to Lend on Approved Securities at Current Kates WILKINSON AND TWOMEY Solicitors, Albury & Wodonga . ('JOL. 'WILKINSON, Commissioner for Affidavits of all Australian States, New Zealand and High Court of Australia for New South Wales and Victoria. Trust Moneys to Lend on Approved Security.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
r IMPORTANT I ANNOUNCEMENT L J To Oot-of-Town Shoppers! | Starts Mext ? j Wednesday 15th Jan. We've .planned to help you balance your budget with lowered I prices on many everyday necessities from every section of our : i great store. Sensationally reduced prices for goods that are I SOARING IN COST . . . that may not be available again at J any price. Purchase now to save pounds. Amazing reductions ' 1 on things to wear, for yourself or the children . . . and things j for the home. Make a list of the things you need then come H shopping at Mate's Sale. Fill up the car with your friends! and | declare NEXT WEDNESDAY a Holiday ! - - I A Sale That IS a, Sale j , . . . . worth coming a hundred miles for. H Watch Daily Paper all Next Week for Full Pages of Sensational Sale Bargains ! ! MATE'S LIMITED ! ? ? ? DEAN STREET, ALBURY
CENTRAL CONTROL OF ELECTRICITY Council Supports Protest [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
CENTRAL CONTROL OF ELECTRICITY Council Supports Protest I Protesting against proposals for constitution of a central board to control local government, electrical undertakings, a letter from the Local Government Association to Albury Council on Wednesday night suggest ed that no major change of this nature should be made without giv ing councils an opportunity of ex pressing their views. Tim ac1rar7 frt-a /imitim'i to get in touch with the local member in the matter. In moving that Albury Council sup port the association 's suggestion, Aid. S. M. Logan pointed out that the very fact that the Vittorian State Electri city Commission must charge much higher tariff for electricity, clearly in dicated that central control was not desirable and demonstrated that smaller bodies could more cheaply pro vide the same service. Akl. Waugh expressed the opinion ! that the . establishment of a central ! board would be sura to come in time; but that Albury. would be unlikely to be effected as it s...
HOW AUSTRALIA AIDS BRITAIN Mr. Menzies Answers Berlin Radio [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
HOW AUSTRALIA AIDS j BRITAIN ? ? . i Mr. Menzies Answers Berlin . Radio Berlin has come to , realise that Australia's pledge of aid for Britain is more than window-dressing. This was the comment by the Prime Minister (Mr.. Menzies) on a oroadcast by Berlin radio. The broadcast ran : . ' ' When the day comes that Britain can no longer supply Australians with war materials tlmv will lm wlfiirrr.nvTi as from Gallipoli— not to Egypt but to England. ' ' 'The suggestion was made in the broadcast that Australia has lighting men but lacks materials,' Mr. Men zies said. ' 'Such ' a claim is 25 years out of date. It was true in 1914-18, but not to-day; Australia is now producing every type of war material — planes, munitions, personal equipment anc: naval craft. 'This war is costing Australians three times as much as 1914-IS. That is largely because' in this war wo are not only sending men to light but equipping them ' with every modern war material.'
Globe Hotel Guests [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
Globe Hotel Guests Guests at the Globe Hotel this week included Cir Harry Chauvel, Mel bourne; Dr. A. D. Meares and Mr. L. Meares, Heidleberg; Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Campbell, Deniliquin; Misses Firth, Sydney; Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Hender son, .Melbourne; Col. C. Chisholm, Khancoban; Mr. Gavan Duffy Mel bourne.; Mr. and Mrs. T. K. McKin non, Sydney; Mr. and Mrs. V., Smith wick, Mr. R. Smithwick and Mr. and Mrs. N. Anderson, Talmalmo; Mrs. Lind (wife of Brig. Lind), Miss Lind and Mr. J. C. Lind; Mr. and Mrs. Bell, Murrnong; Mr. and Mrs. C. Mitchell, Lillydale.
FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND Damage to Potato Tubers BY BRUISING AND CHEMICAL INJURY [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
FOR THE MAN' ON THE LAND Damage to Potato Tubers BY BRUISING AND CHEMICAL INJURY Injury caused by 'bruising of potato tubers during transit to market is of not uncommon occur rence. The amount of damage is largely dependent on the stag© of maturity of the tubers, the method of handling and stacking on the way to market and the period between harvesting and marketing. The handling of newly dug potatoes in bags always results in some skin ning or 'feathering'; the more im mature the -? potatoes the more pro nounced the condition. Owing to loss of water from unprotected surfaces, such potatoes soon become wilted and soft. In addition 'to feathering, such tubers may also show discolored dents or depressions where the tubers have pressed against each other or against the floor. Old potatoes have formed .a some what tough skin and, through' slight losses in water, are less turgid : than when first dug. In such potatoes most of the injury occurs on the tubers, in the bottom ba,g-s in conta...
Suffolk Sheep and St. John's Wort [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
Suffolk Sheep and St. John's Wort Referring . this week ? to experiments carried v out - with- the Suffolk breed of sheep in the 'Mannus- area of the Tuni . barumba district, Mr; ? ? Q.\ J. Daley, -Wagga district sheep and wool in structor, said that on'one 01 two places pasture' improvement had so defeated St. John 's Wort /that tho - use oi the Suffolk- -wa? no -lonorer.. -necessary. ? However, . added Mr. Daley, the ?breeders .were ; so ;? satisfied - v with the Suffolk as a 'sire^that- they, -showed ho inclination .to' change- over to other fat lamb sires. ' , In this tliey havo been largoly guided1 by ithe'wonderfuL early matur ity, size and hardiness of (the Suffolk.
The World Is Before Us [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
The World Is Before Us , JN these destiny days, thero is a tendency fpr nerves to go. You detect it in nations and in in dividuals. It is partly a war on nerves. Realise that civilisation has sur vived many crises, that Christianity has endured for two thousand years, and that Man is still the- master of his fate, the director of a world whicii can fling its dares to the stars. Wo here' in Australia, although link ed up with tho world of trade, can fashion and function a new world, which Should be a Better World for kith and kin, and for all who would be just and decent and free. So Australia expects every poli tician in Australia this day to do his duty, believing that most of the world is still before us. Place Britain, Australia and the Empire first, for they are tho Front Line Defence of the Democracy that is Freedom in Excelsis, and Democracy will yet excel itself. How To Collect Waste NOVEL method of collecting waste is yielding splendid results at Queenscliff, Victoria. The o...