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MISCHIEF OF OVERSTOCKING [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
MISCHIEF OF OVER .' STOCKING It is a dangerous fallacy to believe ' that it is necessary to stock a pro perty heavily in order to make it pay. It is a far more profitable proposition for breeders to. run fewer sheep that j are well bred and ;fed and well cared : for than to depend on large numbers to pull ' th-3m through, I The wide practice of overstocking is a sgfidiis meriace to the sheep-raising industry. Associated with it are:— 1. Eeduced size of sheep. 2. Reduced weight of wool and re turns per head. 3. Increased disease, particularly worm infestation. 4. Increased costs in maintaining the flock from shearing to shearing, particularly, during a drought. If overstocking is persisted in for any ieiigth of time it ultimately means reduced carrying capacity due to soil and wind erosion.
A Book On Honey Flora [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
A Book On Honey Flora A knowledge of the various species of1 honey-producing trees and plants is essential for 'profitable beekeepiing, and a book which '?- should have a place in : every beekeeper's library is ' ' Honey ? and . ? Pollen ' I^ora of New South Wales,' by W. A. Goodacre, Senior Apiary Instructor ,of the' De partment of Agriculture. ? ' ? XV Ol U1II1USI. 1&\J\] it supplies much needed information 011 the honey ;and pollen flora of our 'plants, . the ' ^indications of their 'bud ding and flowering periods, etc. 'Ex cellent' illustrations are a feature of tho book. Copies may be obtained, cloth bound, at .5/6, ('posted) -from the Division of Information and Extension. Services, Department' pf Agriculture, , 'Box -3 6 A, G.P.O., Sydney.
Poultry Coonong Heifer For Woomargama [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
Poultry. Cooftong Heifer For Woomargama Messrs. C. P. Fairbairn and Oo., of the Woomargama Shorthorn stud, Al bury, have secured from Mr. D. R. MoCaugliey, ? ?Coonong Stud, Booram ?]30la Park, Wagga, three heifers in addition to 'three purchased early in January. Two of tlie heifers were 'born Sep tember, 1939; they are by - Calrossio Eed Baronet (imp.) and 'Coonong High land Chief,' from Coonong Crocus 3rd and Nalpa Empress 59th, respectively. T.he third heifer, born November, 1939,' was sired 'by Galrossio Mascot (imp.) and is from Coonong Sunflower 3rd.
FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND Interchange Of Blood ENTERPRISE OF POLL SHORTHORN BREEDERS [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
i' FOR the man on the land g Interchange Of Blood ENTERPRISE OF POLL ? SHORTHORN BREEDERS With a view to bringing about an interchange of blood in their studs, the two well known Poll Shorthorn breeders, Mr. D. Robertson, owner of the Albinia stud, Turanville, Scone, N.S.W., and Mr. J. T. Scrym geour, of the Netherby stud, \T7 ? ? i_ r\ ? ? l ? J 1. ? ~ vvarwxcA, ^ueeiisiaiiu, iia-ve each arranged to send three of their outstanding heifers to the other's property, to be mated with their top sires. The Albinia heifers, all three by Oakwood Royal Victor (imp. U.S.A.), have already arrived at / Netherby, where they will be served by Red Victor (imp. U.S.A.). This, excellent rich red bull lias perpetuated 'this much desired color in his progeny, many of which have done remarkably well in' the show-ring and are keenly sought after. Champion at Brisbane in 1937 and 1938 and at Brisbane and Sydney in 1939, Eed Victor's stock are in keen demand. , 'Three heifers by;' Bed Victor will arrivo ...
How Netherby Fought Drought [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
How Netherby Fought Drought I Since the break of the drought' 17 inches of rain have fallen at Netherby. Mr. Scrymgeour reports that the War wick country has never looked better Thanks to good fodder storages, all the cattle and horses ; at Netherby came through the' dry spell wonder fully well, and were in great conditio'r when- the rains came. Netherby com menced feeding every hoof on the place' in August and continued until November, when good green feed made 'its . appearance. Storages on tlio pro per t^ were sufficient to carry on for another six months., ? ? ? This fine, surplus isibeing supplement ! cd yhile excessive 'growths make that nossiblo: With that end in - view ? Mr. Scrymgeour ; is now harvesting. 100 nerns of hay.' Fodder crop3 at Netherby include, lucerne, panicum, Sudan srrass : together with bush haj'. To 'all - of these Mr. - Servmgeour adds, a snrink linrr of salt when beinr: stacked, to make the fodder palatable and give it ri greater keeping quality.
CLYDESDALE FOALS AT MAYBURN Progeny Of Kirndeen Crystaldeen [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
CLYDESDALE FOALS AT MAYBURN Progeny Of Kimdeen % Crystaldeen ? A number) of foals of outstanding quality recently arrived in the May burn Clydesdale , stud of Thos. E. Ken dall, of Holbropk. They are all by Kirndeen Crysaldeen, a, sire that has done good work for , Mayburn. . He is by the well-known , Crystal . Tide (imp.) , the Sydney Eoyal champion from 1930 to 1932 inclusive. Many of his progeny have won in „tho open and sires ' produce sweepstako- classes at Sydney.'. ?' While in Sydney last week Mr. Ken dalls expressed satisfaction at. the ex cellent development of Netlierly '.Bill, by Allendale McArthur (imp., N.Z.), from a mare by Britannia (imp.), and purchased at the Netherly stud's dis: persal sale last February. Now a rising four;year-old, Netherly Bill shows'; great promise. He has plenty of size, with a good set of feet, and is a good mover; Well-known judges who have seen Netherly Bill proclaim for him a ? future full of promise. He has inherited many of the good point...
MR. MENZIES AS KING'S GUEST Complains About His Bed [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
MR. MENZIES AS KING'S ' GUEST Complains About His.Bed LONDON, — On two nights Mr. Menzies sat up with Mr. Churchill until 3 a.m.,. discuss,-' -ing -a very wide range - of, sub-, jects, particularly international: affairs. . Mi*.' Menzies disclosed . this after he had seen the- Duke and Duchess of Kent. He was the ? j_ n . '*/r * ? j-j _ ? 1* j-i_ guest ox tneir majesties, wiui whom he had dinner. 'The bed was so big it was like a four roomed apartment,' he said. 'I, do not know what period it be-- longed to, but there was cer- j tainly a lot of it.' He lunched with Mr. Bruce, Australian High Commissioner; Australian Agent-General, Mr. Montagu Norman, chairman of the Bank of England ; and other notables. -.
COREEN RATEPAYERS PROTEST AGAINST "RED TAPE" [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
COREEN RATEPAYERS ; ; PROTEST AGAINST ?' l'. 'RED TAPE' ' . COiROWA. — Strong criticism 'of the Local Government Act arid its adverse effect .on. shire finances through 'red tape' -methods, was voiced at a meet ing '.of- ratepayers of B Riding of .the Coreen- -Shire '. on Saturday, at: the Coreerf Public Hall. ?One' man' stated that it- was 'time councils got- their bacfcs up against the ever increasing volume of office work and its relative increase in1 the cost of staff, and told tho Local Gov ernment Department that tliey- did not want all the 'red tape'?, that existed at present. Mr: A. M. Cornwell^ convenor of the meeting, was voted to tlie chair, and Mr. D. 'Brown was appointed secretary pro' tem. There were about' 5'0' rate payers present. : ? It was decided to ask the 'council to retrench in. every ^ possiblo way dur ing 1941, notwithstanding that the rate had been struck; that less work be undertaken and less staff ibe em-! ployed, and ratepayers be given - an opportunity t...
What Of Yugo-Slavia? [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
Yvrhat Of Yugo-Slavia ? Reports of tho submission' ?? of- '?de- mands by Herr Hitler on Yugo-Slavia would appear to further aggravate ? the Balkan situation; » Most Germanic diplomatic ?mbyesi.during-'-the past few months have been, designed for the same reason — to leave - Turkey without an ally in the Balkan's. '' Germany- has' . already virtully'.;. com pleted the domination of Rumania, and Bulgaria, and by extending 'this' domi nation to Bulgaria it will complete the wedge botween . Turkey' and' the Balkans. |For the success of a German ^cam paign in the Balkans the neutrality or isolation of Turkey is practically a necessity, but the fact that '.Germany has almost isolated Turkey does not necessarily mean -that Turkey would - want a Balkan .ally before fighting,. Although-' Turkey may. not bo pre pared ''to- enter into a campaign over its own borders, it would not be, in Turkey's- best; interests to have n de-' feated'. Greece. This would immedi ately throw open the iEgtfan 'Se...
Agricultural Bureau Formed At Grubberi [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
| Agricultural Bureau Formed At L - r ; ; ~ o &rubberi ' ' HENTY. — Mjr. Alf. Meyer presided at. a meeting in the Grubben' school, e when' it was decided to form a! branch ? of ,.thp - Agilcultural Bureau ' at Grub i.,; ben; Those . present were Mossrs. A. E.. . TS.- O; -and H. Janetzki, Alf. Meyer, -A - I' ' Ii.-; Rutherford, R. -Bennett, F., and W. SioJz~ A. E. ? Bahr, A. Ross (presiden' ofr.IIe'nty sub-district council) and D M; Auld (secretary ? of Cookardinir. - Agricultural .Bureau;: jut. auju out (. lined- the -activities of -the -bureau' and also the advantages of forming' ' one. ' Officers elected weVeii, President, * Mr: ? -A.v.15; Rutherford;- . vice-president,: Mr: t Alf. Meyer; ' secretary, Mr.'' 'E. A. \ Bahr; treasurer, Mr. 'A. E; Janetzki! . i Jt.jvas decided to affiliate with the -I. ' Ilenty. . sub-district, council, and Messrs. .- Rutherford; Bahr and A;-. E; Janetzki ?' .wcro appointed . delegates; Membor- fillip fee was fixed at 5/, :and -1/ for ? '-V-- ...
THIS WEEK'S MILESTONES [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
THIS WEEK'S MILESTONES During the last week great 1 interest has centred on Singapore, | where Australian troops are now 1 stationed . ready to resist any | attack from an imfriendly power. | Germany is attempting to subju- f gats Balkan countries by sub- . j VP.rerfTro irlinlnmn.tin m/\Trno o-n/1 E I prominent in the news has been jf 1 Yugo-Slavia. Germany is report- | I ed to be endeavoring to bring this | | country under her domination to B | allow Nazi troops to march to tho | I aid! of the sorely pressed Italians | | in Albania. S
THAT SHEEP [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
| THAT -'f it SHEEP i (By PauL,Ciie.yiie- Secretary Australian I Development League) | One often hears the remark J;, that Australia lives on the I sheep's back. There are, how j ever, indications that the fac ;? tories manufacturing our wool may in the near future success v' fnlli# iiloim 1a/vci - XUiy uailLl IU UC ULC OllUllg icgo (|j. supporting the back of the sheep upon which we subsist financially. , IftgufSs jjtisfc reie&sBd sH8w. tiiai Australian.. hiiilg llaye i)ee8m8 inljidr'- ' taiit c'diisumei's 'of ottr wobl clijj; jDuif irifif.XMle l§39-'4§ season 333,915 bales d^a^raise'cL wobi. w§re; b3ught. fr'bnl * tii6 Geiitfai Wobi Committees by ..Ideal ? manufacturers;- A tbtal of. 7 4 0,7 8 3 '' bsil'es was fully manufactured or 'partly I : trjeatcd iii ilie §bmmbnwealtil during ? 193.9;40; Those figures . place Aus i ' trrtliS. am'bilg, the first siS wobi iiiailu ? - ? fatf^nng and tr'eatihg c'buntri'es in the ' ' w^ich ' ..Within the next couple of de -k ? : cades our...
WEDDINGS ASHCROFT—MILLER [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
WEPP1IGS ,v ASHOROFT— MILLER A,t St. Paul's Church of England, Adelong, on Saturday, February 15, the wedding was solemnised of Thelma Lillian, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Miller, Mt. Horeb, and Kenneth Albert, only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ashcroft, Victoria Hill, Adelong. White bridal satin was featured in the bride's- frock, and the bouquet was of . lilies, roses and asters. The veil was lent -by the sister of the bride, Mrs. H. L. Mitchell. Miss Jean Miller, Mt. Horeb, was bridesmaid. Her frock was of .pink cascade sheer, with a bouquet of pink and red sea sonal flowers. Little Beryl Mitchell (niece-, of the bride) was trainbearer. Her frock was of pale blue cascade sheer. Mr. W. D. Miller was best man. The Rev. B. D. C. Simpson officiated. [ The reception was held at the home of Mrs. J. J, Miller, Shepardstown, where ( Mrs. Miller received about 40 guests. Mrs. Miller's frock was of mushroom matt crepe with navy accessories. I PILTZ— ROHDE j The Rev. Pastor Schulz ...
ABOUT PEOPLE PERSONAL SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
ABOUT PEOPLE PERSONAL SOCIAL Approximately £5/10/ was., the profit made by the card party, at the C.W.A* rooms in aid of tho building .fund of the Health Centre. Mrs. .Salier, who with her small ?daughter has had a flat in Olive-street, to be near her husband, Capt. Salier. Bonegilla Camp, left on Monday for Bathurst. Friends of Lieut. C. Miles, No- 2 Infantry O.T.S., Bonegilla, arranged a surprise party in his honor last Sat- 1 urday night to colebrato. liis coming of age. Guests enjoyed dancing, and dur ing supper Lieut. Miles cut the hand some cake which was decorated in Duntroon colors, blue and red, with matching candles. Mrs. Robertson, wife of Lt.-Col. J C. Robertson, of Bonegilla, who has been staying' in Albury, returned to Melbourne on Tuesday. , Mr. John Whitehead; representative of the -.Shell Co. in Albury, has re ceived notice of transfer to Sheppar -.ton, and will leave for that centre on iMarcli 10. His successor here will be Mr. R. Harversou, of Albury. Mr. and Mrs....
Bland Shire Area Free Of Disease [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
Bland Shire Area Free Of Disease WEST WYALONG.— Tlie.. Bland Shire Council area, - which embraces ?West Wyalong, Wyalong, viBarmedman, TJ-ngarie,' Girral, Talliniba; ? 'Weethalle, Kikoira, Gibbonsvalo, Naradhan, and numerous smallei* ; centres, lias1 ; Ibeen free of infectious 'diseases, during ro cont months, according to Mr. H. P. Player, tho health inspector, who i3 stationed at. West .Wyalong. .. . Tlie'flr-st casb,iwhich; was of a con fidential naturo, was reported' in, Janu arj- and tho noc'bssary ; action waa taken. : ;; ' '
FINAL DECISION ON SHEEP SHOW TO-DAY WILL PROBABLY BE HELD ON JULY 8, 9, 10 Possibility Of Other Exhibits Also [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
' '. ?? ? ? ? fa ? ? .... lEL PROBABLY BE MELD ON JULY 8, 9, 10 Possibility Of Other Exhibits Also . the general committee meeting of the Albury Show Society to-day (Friday) the final decision on whether or not a sheep show will be conducted in Albury- this year will be made, and the recommendations of the sub-committee appointed to investigate the possibilities of a show will be submitted. It is understood that the sub-committee intends to re commend that a show be held on or about July 8, 9 and 10. The first two days will be for the show and the third day will be devoted to sales. Further recommendations will, .be made that the society make its' own hurdles for the construction of 'pens, and that endeavours bo made to sec-ure exhibits from woollen mills and 'other industrial displays. ' t' By the construction : . of - its ' own hurdles' it is^fclt' that/ the. 'society, will; not only -.have them permanently, but will be ablo to ? use them on the - new showgrounds. Exhibits by wool...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
i ALBURY RACING CLUB GRANDSTAND BENEFIT MEETING ? Sattarday? ' 1st March; .1.941 OPLENDID Nominations (88). iGood fields and racing assured. Course, gardens and lawns iii excellent order. -Wireless in pad dock. V Special tickets (to last year's 'membors), available at 10/. . ; Early application appreciated.' No special tickets available at course. -'Trains to 'course' at' 1.15, -1.45 and. -2.12 . p.m. All -men in uniform 'admitted free. ' , ........ v' .-i ; ; ' ?: 'T.s BARNETT, Secretary. DANCING ' ^ ' \-, Tap & Ballet Classes for Children ? ;^sS Conducted by ' : ;miss ' phyllis , pocock ' ' x ^ Will commonce SHV ?rtwi Saturday, 1st March, at 10.30 a.m. «i| ST. MATTHEW'S HALL, OLi;VE JH1 STREET, ALBURY Modern and New Vogue Ballroom Dancing by f y Appointmsnt. ' ? ,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
? MUNICIPALITY ?' ? OF ALBURY , Aggregate * Balance Slieet as at Deeem'ber 31, 1939j ? PART I.— AVAILABLE FUNDS ' ' ? I \ LIABILITIES ; . £ s. -;. £ s. d. Available Funds — ..... ; ? ? Balance as at. 1st January/ 1939 ?? ?'????? 47510 0 .2 . .... Less: Excess of Expenditure over Revenue. - for the year now ended . ... . . ... . . 197.3.;., 0,, 7.;/ : -1 5 5 3^6.^- 1 9, . ? -. j Trust Fund Deposit! . i. .'i .v \ ? — .. 45f% *2. .U Suspense Account — Pound Fees. ? '???!? J . Interest Accrued Due— , I1 * ? '' ' ? ? ' Commonwealth IBank .. .. ... ;??? l..314 11. 1.., t. v.-' A.M.P. Society .'. ' .l' : . - ( 71 16 4.t!. , v , , * ?Government . . . '. ^ 1 ^ ? . ? . - . -. ; . i . . Ratepayers' Advances. -. . . . ? .!. ? -.16 -17 -? 6 5 , .»? ^03, 14 . 3 Sundry Creditors .. .. ............ ? ? ? ^ 6 4 G- . . 5 4 ? 1 / -'V v ' , , , ; j 4 , ? ' ' 1 ? v * ' ? '-.Vi. . v. i ...???????? ,1 ' , -; . '' * — ? ? : . , ' ' £5'4139 3 2 ASSETS . . 8 ?? £ J : 'S. -i'd. - - E S. d | .. Cash at Bank ? ...