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JINDERA [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
JINDERA , The.- Sehoolr, of' .Arts progressive euchre parties commenced last Satur day evening... r- /Preliminary winners were:: Women, Mrs. J. . O 'Connor 1, ilrs. J. Pemble and Miss E. Wehne oqual 2 j jmen, Mr. Ed. Quast 1; Messrs. ? G- Wagner ; and' - :S;. Seholz. equal - ;2. Play will,, be continued' on-: 'Saturday, March '15,-. when another series' of first and 'second -prizes will be; 'given.' Mr. and Mrs. . O. Burdack havo returned - from ri; a ; s holiday - spent : at ' Lakes - Entranco'-:and Melbourne. , ?Mr. and Mrs. A: Burdack and their youngest- son, 'Allan; 'arc on a holiday tour, visiting Mt. .Gambier (S.A.), Melbourne and Lakes: Entrance. ?' Miss Lorna Sawyer, is holidaying' at Violet Town, Maryborough and Mel bourne. After a week of hot and oppressive weather, during which the daily shade temperature hovered between 91 and 97 degrees, a welcome ' change occurred on Sunday evening, when, commencing with a heavy thunder storm, good rain, fell, and at:- 9 ? a.m. on Mond...
WALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
; ^ \ WALLA . ? ??,-.:.Over,-.100.:friends,-Tnet' atva : farewell i to Mr. and Mrs.f Graetz; f''.Fairbank, ' ; i ^'alla.- During supper Mr.' 1 31. ncffcr nan, who- presided, spoke1: of ^the .ifinc ?qualities of the 'guests, his ? ? remarks ?being : supported' by V Messrs. iEi& VOss; B. Schulz, A. Krause and ' Miss N. :Maloney. .'.: A: presentation : of -two -easy chairs was made , by-. .-Mr.; - Bkrberjvunc 'Mr. lialpli.-' Graetz. responded on behali of his parents. ?Mr., and ;3\Irs. M; E. Fieid; Holbrook. v/ere 'tho . guests of- Constable .and ;Mrs Brown. '? ' i ? Mr. and . Mrs. - B. Koehler and Miss Doris ? Koehler: 'have . motor ed' to : Laker Entrance. M):'s. C. F. Muller and' lier ? sister Miss Hoffmann, i.Culcairn;; are ; spending a holiday with : relatives: at Toov/ooinba' (QUO- 1 j\Iis3; S. Maloney-;.has - returned home from 'Melbourne, : where - she : spent ' r holiday. - . -Mrs. , C. Wilksclv vhas. ibeen;: admitted! to , Albury Hospital. , ,s ? .?.:--.-MttsSi:-Dixon...
Hatching Of Turtles' Eggs [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
Hatching Of Turtles' Eggs Some time ago the curator of Wagga Municipal Gardens (Mr. ;T. Wood) was~ , advised that the- _time ? taken for the hatching of . turtles' eggs was 13 months:-- This ho doubted, and decided So find' out for himself. ? He gathered -,i number of- turtles' eggs; which had been laid- on the bank of - the Wollun Irv Lagoon on November 30 last, and ivliich had been' buried in- the ground by the parent . turtle. He took them i:o -the nursery in. Tarcutta-istreet, and buried them in tlio ground. Several ?jf tho eggs hatched on Monday morn ing. Evidently tlio - time required for hatching turtles' 'eggs is from 12 to L3 weeks, not 13' months. .
LOCKHART [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
LOCKHART ? Last Sunday' Culhvel travelled to ? Lockhart to play the home team : for ?the Duell,. cricket shield. Lockhart won by -86 runs to_74. Lato last Saturday , afternoon a storm5 swept parts of the . Lockhart ; dis trict, 'and falls upv to 20, points ; of rain wero recorded. ; On Sunday, after noon this was followed by further falls;- : which continued intermittently throughout 'the night, and .about ;. half an- inch- was received. ; -Tho rain was Dadl.y. needed lor pastures, . .which . ^were beginning v to dry off ra'pidly-^ follow ing several hot ,days. Dr. V. A. Conlon, who spent a few days in Sydney; has now returned home. Sister Thompson has filled the vacancy at tho Lockhart Hospital, following tho resignation of Sistor Tyler, who has returned to her home at East Maitland. Tho Bev. Father, Haydon, , parish priest, has resumed duties .aftor sovo ral weeks' absonce. : Mrs. A. C. Cowin : and her, daughter, Mrs. E. Pigddn, aro, spending a holiday nt Manly. Mr. and . Mrs. W.-...
BROCKLESBY [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
, BROCKLESBY A successful house party, organised by the , local ?C.U.S.A. branch, was held at the home ? of Mrs. McCormacIc, 'Brocklesby' Park.' A large and representative crowd was present, in cluding many visitors from Howlong, Walbundrie and Burrumbuttock. En tertainmQnts took the form of a euchre party, dalncing and competitions, and the supper was provided by the Catho lic- womenfolk. Tho euchre was won by Mrs. A. Welsh, and Mr. Minogue, and a 'quiz' competition 'by Miss Edna Bussell, of Howlong. A clear profit of £12/12/ was realised. Mr. and Mrs, W. Hutchings and family: have returned from a 'holidays spent .in Sydney and iGundagai. ? Their son, . George, who is in tho A.I.F., re turned with,' them for ^.the ; week-end/ leave. ' , * ' ./AMI'S. L.:„ M.'-McQrath,; Sydney, -spent a few days ..with_hcr . sister; ; Mrs. J.' Minogue/. / f Milroa,'^. after visiting her mother;in-law;. ,Mrs.,'-E. ', A. ??-?! McGrath; who ; is . a .patient in ' the- -Corowa . . Hos pital. » . I . , Mr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
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Late Social Notes [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
Late Social Notes Guests at .the Globe Hotel this week ? included Col. and Mrs. Chisholm and Mrs. Methven, IChiincoban ; Miss Asterbury, Ade laide; Mr, and Mrs. A. Brooks and Mr. N. Gollan, Brisbane; Mr. and Mi's.. F. Somer villo, Canberra; Mr. F. Leake, Cudsewa; Xiieut. ' and Mrs. Goodman, Bairnsdale; Mi's. | Xiind (wife of Brig. Lind), Mit'tses Lind,..j Muster Lind, Melbourne; Mr. and Mrs. ,C. H. j Barbour, Sydney; Mr. and . Mrs, ? J. Barwell, Bexley ; ' Mrs. Andrew Staley, Melbourne ; j Ml', arid Mrs. Angus Mitchell and Miss Mit- I chell, Golao ; Mra. Vincent, Hamilton; Mr. ;and .vlfs.l R- L- Twomey, Hamilton; Mrs. ?aqcl Miss Holland, Burnie ; Flight Lieut, and Mrs. Durant, Parkes ; Mra. N. Pixley and ?children, Brisbane; Mr. L. Stuart and Mr. K. Woolridge, Jerilderie ; Mr. H. T. Berkle :mr.n. Sydney ; Mr. E. Maael and Mr. E. C. Sackville, Perth. Mrs. Jamieson Gray, with her small 'daughter, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. tie C. Shaw, Bank of Australasia, Corryong. i Mr, Myles M...
LATEST WAR NEWS Japanese Have Failed To Cut Burma Road SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT'S TRIP [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
[?] Japanese Have Failed To, Cut Burma Road . SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT'S TRIP ' ? LONDON, Thursday.- — —A' special correspondent of att. American newspaper who hdPy just incompleted a 10 days' trip along the Burma road to ChungvKing, asserts that), the Japanese have completely failed® to cut the road and prevent the^' passage of trucks, despite con tinued Japanese bombing.. He expresses the opinion thait jthe. Japanese will ..never closii the . road (by: air and that ,, it; would .only - be d6ne by land operations. - - ' It was admitted that-; .bombs. - hsd -. - damaged a number . of . bridges^'.- i'vbut . this did hot unduly, worry the Chinese, who had constructed ferries : capable of taking .100 trucks . each: .way .r'ovor the river. When these are completod many more trucks will . be . :f erricd - across.. . ' . - * Frequent dislocations 'were. -caused to-, the road.^by; landslides- and' floods,- but ' large gangs .of coolies 'quickly '.repaired this damage.' ? -Only on one .day has...
KIEWA VALLEY YOUNG FARMERS' ASSOCIATION Field Day Next Friday [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
KIEWA VALLEY YOUNG FARMERS' ASSOCIATION Field Day Next Friday A meeting -of delegates' of Kiewa Valley Young Farmers' ; Association was- held in the. Kergunyah Hall last Friday. The .president (Mr. Arnie Ford) - presided, and delegates 'from the following clubs were present: — Tangambalanga, Kiewa, Kergunyah, Red ;Biuff, Gundowring, Upper Gun dowring, and ? ;Gundowring North. As this was the last meeting before me auuuai neiQ aay me agenaa was lengthy. .It was pleasing to see such _ a good attendance of young farmers) which indicated that the ideals of: tile movement are bearing fruit. The secretary (Mr. Hough) report-' ed on details of 'the field day to. 'be held at. Mr; Jarvis's paddock at Ker gunyah, along the river ibank. -Large entries had ibeen received in all sec tions and the day promised' ito tie. one of -' the linqst - successftil.- yet 'held. The exhibits, will embrace „? sheep, -poultry, pigs, ^flowers, /'vegetables, - cookery and' needlWorlc. j
LETTERS FROM OVERSEAS Using A Car "Borrowed" From An Italian Colonel: "The Boys Are In Great Fettle" [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
s— ? ? ? —^LETTERS MIOM,. OVERSEAS— PJsf^ From An Italian j ColpiM: 'The Boys- Are. In. Great Fettle' . . 'I am using a sedan car captured from an Italian colonel,' writes Capt. J. A. H. McGeoch, who is serving Second A.I.F. oii the North African front. 'All. the boys seem to have Italian field boots, auto matic revolvers and field glasses souvenir ed out of the fight.' 'v' -This - is one of the interesting sidelights on the:' North African campaign contained in letters received ' by theiF parents at Wodonga from both Capt. McGeoch and Lieut. B. de B. McGeoch, who before entering - the Second A.I.F. was on the staff of the 'Union Bank, Albury.. ? |- . i ?: ' , , \m i: 'The Pace -Has ? | -. Been Fast' ? ? ||i The following are extracts from' j the letters of Capt.:- and' Lieut, 'i McGeoch:-— ly 'Up till now the ipace has been ../..fast, but we are both. .well. Our -.- i v; : Christmas ' was not ',the brightest, ? as _ wc were then in the thick of van-; jRs' ous battles . i. Sidi ' 1 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
' 'In v.- -??' ? ALBURY' . When visiting Albury make the Globe your headquarters. v ' ~ For thoughtful. Service and . ? : - ' ? Comfort, its Lounges and , ? ? ; 4 ?; Dining.Hall offer 'complete .. - % and perfect facilities for ^ all types of entertainment. GWBBHQTEL , Socially Select -eufc-^ ^ D I I n I 1VT 9 C SPECIAL MANCHESTER BARGAINS | : IX L/ll^l ^3 FOR 'ONE WEEK ONLY , L 2/4-L S.B. Mexican Twill SHEETING^^yard 1/11 10 yards limit. j S -t-. ?. iiU-.n.mj I: . J. / JL JL ? 2/11 54in, White Twill1 SHEEflN^'/^ard. 9/fi Pine, British India Sheeting, free frpni- ^^e^ngj.'iify, 'yds. limit. 6/ ' w 3/3 72in. Best Quality Mexican Twill Sheeting /Q 10 yds. limit. Will wash snow white after a- few washings. &lf r, 2/11 Unbleached f Bed Twill Sheeting, yd. O / A.%. ^Guaranteed for hard wear. 15 yard, limit. ' .. »?/ ^2 3/9 Dble. Bed Linen Finish U'blchd Sheeting ^ /II 'Very heavy quality. 5 yards limit. ' ' ? &A'/ M.' 4/6 Dble Bed Snow White Twill Sheeting O /Qi Washing a...
Manchester and Showroom Bargains [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
Manchester and Showroom Bargains With winter coming on the 'house wives generally are beginning to: think of new sheeting and warm 'blankets. Rudins, in Dean-street, Al'bury, near the Ritz Ball' Boom, are offering soriie special Manchester- '...bargains this week, including Mexican' twill , sheeting at only 1/11 yard,' white sheeting 'at 2/6 a yard, and Amsco Physician blankets, D.B. size, have oeen reduced from 63/ to 52/6. i Bod Cross workers, too, will be in terested in striped ' British pyjama flannelette, whichhas'ibeeri reduced .from 1/p.li to', 1/6 ,,:a; yard. This ?.flannelette will make up into really warm pyjamas, which - are urgently 'needed by the iRed Crdss. ? Between seasons wear and smart 'accessories are. also displayed at ,pre-. - sent in Rudins showrooms, and by ' making a lay-by any of these can bo secured very- 'easily.
The War Day by Day A DIGEST OF THE WEEK'S WAR NEWS FRIDAY [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
[?] I A DIGEST OF THE WEEK'S WAR' ' NEWS ' L ? — — 1' FRIDAY The landing of- British 'troops; on the Island , of Lemnos in the iEgean Sea within ,;40 miles: ' of the Dardanelles siitranco was reported by the Belgrade correspondent of ' British- United Press. 'Aini' ' American ' 'correspondent at Madrid rbported that five 'small de tachments of the ' German army ^ of occupation in France marched* into Spain.';-. ? . ? . : tv ; A'dclressing the largest assemblage or press representatives evui- sbbu ai the1 '.'British Ministry of Information, : Men'zies explained Australia ns poli'cy'in the Pacific, emphasising that it piirely precautionary in view oS', tiiS .fact that Japan was not now ap.',' ally and had commitments to the Empire's enemy.- ' ^he entry of German troops . into Bulgaria within 10 days was predicted in .jauthoriative , British-.; circles,.;, and this,- was supported by reports , that already, the Germans had bridged the Danube . with pontoons between . Ru : mania; -.and,...
NEW SEASON FOALS AT DOWNSIDE [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
NEW SEASON- FOALS AT DOWNSIDE Mr. David Hamilton, of the Down side Clydesdale stud; -Pine Park, Down side (N.S.W.), last week registered eight new season's colts and fillies, combining excellent blood ? lines. All are by, D.unsyre Idea (imp.), a rising, six-year-old son- of the ' noted - Craigie Beau Ideal. ; Tho new . arrivals v include a- bay colt ? out of tho imported D 's Miss Barclay,' which is a : daughter;'; : of. : Woodbank Mujestic, a well-known Scottish sire. A roan iilly ox which moro should be heard is from a-mare by Craigie Masterstroke (imp.). ' ? ? Dam of a - bay colt ? is Dunalister Even Tide, -a daughter . of Crystal Tide (inip-)) Sydney Eoyal Show champion from 1930 to., 1932, inclusive. ' Another bay colt bjr Dunsyio Idea (imp.) 13 out of a .niare: sired-.: by1 Crystal' Tide' (imp.). ^ Interesting, bld'od'. lines are, ? associ-. ated :with tlio colt.'-' foal Downside Craigwoll. .-?. Ho is ~,Tiy Dunsyro Idea (imp;-), and: jfroni 'Uley-Belinda (imp.' in dam), whoso ...
Control Of Grub Pests By Pasture Improvement [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
Control Of Grub Pests By Pasture Improvement Top-dressing in the autumn ?with 1 cwt. superphosphate to the acrei is perhaps the most valuable measure to adopt for all species of pasture grubs. Al though this -will 'not destroy the grabs, it will enable the pastures ; to come away quickly after rain '. and will provide a dense covering ' rif firrass. in which COriditioa It will be less subject to infests tion than areas carrying poor stainds of grass. Whits curl grubs appear to have a decided preference for grasses in the pasture, and it has been found that these are usually eaten out before clovers are at tacked. The use of superphos phate encourages the growth of clovers and in this way assists in maintaining the carrying capac ity of the pastures, although the grasses may be affected.
American Jersey's Triplets LINK WEST AUSTRALIAN IMPORTATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
American Jersey's Triplets LINK WEST AUSTRALIAN IMPORTATIONS Australian interest attaches to the recent birth in America of triplet heifer calves to the Jersey cow, Mary Lee Lomita, an ©vent which aroused much attention in Stud breeding circles in the United States. Mary Leo LOmita, .oWned by Indiana breeders, embraces in ner near pedigree tne names 01 bulls so well-known to Australia as Nobly Born, You'll Do's Volunteer, and Design's, Fern Oxford. A matter of additional;interest ? to Australia is that fact that the triplets were sired by Golden Aim's Standard, which is also closely . related to not able-Jerseys, -including Standard of OaklandSj Delicious Wondor, Sam's Dreamer, Forward .Observer and Pio neer of A Oaklands,1 the ? ma jority v . of which, aro. represented in'' Australia by fine progeny. An Australian son of Nobly Born is Elum Hill Volxenia Nobly, Born, now in the herd of Navua Pty. . Ltd., whose grand-sir'o on both sides of his pedi gree is. You'll Do's Volunteer. Nob...