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GREYHOUND AT STUD SPEEDY CASH (All Cash — Speedsway) [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
GREYHOUND AT STUD ''/-.SPEEDY CASH (All Cash — Speedaway) ? ,. ? T-EOVEiSr Champion on track ' and , - i. , plumpton, Speedy Cash is - one ol' four (All Speed, Speedall .and Casli away), which between them won1' over , £2500 in prize-money. lie won . nu . merous- races over all distances /anil, against high-class opposition, lie has now been retired 'to the stud, and is located at Bungarley, ?;ear Tarcutta. This Dog, on breeding', conformation and proven speed, should certainly produce high-class stock. ' For details and arrangements apply JOHN ESMOND, Bungarley, Tarcutta, 'Phone Tar, 2.
Great Interest In Corowa R.S. Volunteer Corps [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
Great Interest In Corowa R.S|' I Volunteer Corps | . . — : — ?? . i 'COROWA.^ — The interest taken ii |i the Corowa Returned Soldiers' Volun i teer Corps by the public is manifestei ? each ..week by the increasing enroll ment . of .recruits, both returned mei r, and civilians exempt- fr,om other milij. tary- duties. ' J' , j -'-.On Monday evening nearly 50 mei I: answered, the roll call and .durinjSi parade the newcomers were uextendeilV.. ?a. w.elcome to the corps. rfik- S — Under careful instruction - the rcl' eruits are soon . drafted from tliffl 'awkward' squad into the main bodyjl whose keenness; and enthusiasm inJ their work have brougnt the coni.panVI to a high state of efficiency. ) j j Ij
ALMA PARK [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
ALMA PARK I ? A meeting of the Red Cross'' was presided over by Mrs., K. R. : Muller: It was decided 'that' the branch _ again buy comforts to be packed and sent at the next monthly meeting. Any 'person^ desiring- to give' a donation is -ask&l^To^do so before/ the next meet-' ing, which will be held- on 'March 19. ' ^..Mis^.^D. and Mr. W. Lieschke 'have returned -home after . fipending a holi [day; iMelbouimo; ' - r'r,TTTvinnwRTivr: ? :Last' -week-end- 130 .point's, of -rain were ireeorded. . --The fall will -be of. immense benefit, as it will .revive pas : tures which wore ? beginning to . dry: .off/ owing ' -to ? the hot weather prevailing.' during ' the'., previous ' week. .On ' Satiir-' day. ., evening ? tjiere -was-' a - particularly heavy storm at i Tawongaj- where be tween two and three inches fell in, a short.- time.- It. caused considerable! darimge, but the fall was. localised, as a few miles ' away only a few points fell.' Total- rainfall for, February (to date) i...
SPRINGHURST [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
SPRINGHURST , ? Mr, Leo,, Hewitt-, of the- ; staff , of the , loqal Butter Factory, .lias received anij appointment with' the: E&kdale Factory.' Mr. Hewitt ? is 'held . in ? high -esteem hero,- and .for several,: seasons has been a playing membor of. Rutlierglen Foot ball Club. ^ ii ' ' ' ' While workjng;' at the Butter Fac tory Mr. Pej^jiDrew met with in juries w . »vu» . uuiyu AVangaratta^'-Hollpital f6r treatment. Mrs. W. Dawson and her daughter, Lily;: faro-', spending three weeks' lioli day in Melbourne. . ? .' ?'». . 'Rainfall last week-end totalled 47 ?points. . I . . . . , A.dancq and euchre party, in aid of ?the 'Griclcet -Club,: will ' be hold to morrow (Saturday), night. ? Last Saturday night a dance and euchre party was hold at the home of f Mr. and Mrs. S. Humph rys, in aid of the piano fund. Euclirc prizes, which were donated :by! Mrs.' 'E. Sims, were w.qn. by Mr. -Charidrer vahd 'Mrs.lD'avid son.- J ( i ; ? i ?. In the Inigo Teiihis'' Association com petition....
JUNEE [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
JUNEE During the week-end torrential rain fell - at. various places in the district.' MUclv damage was done. At Mr.1 Lance Oelim's' property at Yathella, ^no , rain fell, ; but the water came; down his creek in a solid wall and washed , away a: 'largo -amount of- fencing. -'At' Mr. J. Quilter 's /'Yarr'all,/ ' 280 points were recorded m.-a few. -minutes, being the heaviest rain recorded since 1928. Within half an ;liour three inches fell at Mr. L. Selling's. Miles of fencing were destroyed and the water entered' the house, which was damaged. , / ' , The local Labor League .elected.:,Mri R. N. \Vain', .president, Messrs. O. B. Wuilter, G. Mc'Be'an, J. Gallagher, H. Harbrow and Mrs/ S; - Hancock- vice presidents, -and Mr. :C. Roach secretary and 'treasurer.. ? Miv- E. Graham^ the endorsed . i candidate for tlie/'fo'rtlitfciiii ing election, addressed the-: meeting. Mrs. J. W. C. Beveridge, president ; of the Country- Women 's ? Association, Junee, attended1 -the ^annual mleeting- o-S1...
Sowing Of Clovers and Lucerne SOME SEASONABLE HINTS [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
Sowing Of Clovers and Lucerne SOME SEASONABLE ? HINTS Leguminous plants are now recog nised as essential components of high producing pastures. 'More: -'leguminous crops should -bo includod iiii'the system of crop rotations, as ,-tlioy' add humus to tho soil ????arid* increase1 its value for cropping by-, the fixation of -atmospheric nitrogen. . - Some - species, of/ clovers are admirably , adapted/ to' this' -purpose. With only a few. exceptions, autumn is the best /.time if or-; sowing. Clover and lucerne' seed -should only 'be lightly covered. When planting, iwith a cereal crop; the legume;. should -bft sown either through ..the grass ..seed ' attachment of the ' wheat drill,' arid allowed to broad cast in front-;of /the lioes. /or discs, or mixed with superphosphate iind sov/n through' the; fertiliser; box,- setting the hoes or discs so as to place the seed just under, 'the surface of ? the ground. Wlhen ; broadcasted, a ; cultivator, grass harrow, or .tine harrow' should bo use...
Control of Weeds Nut Grass (Cyperus rotundus) [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
Control of Weeds (By K. G.,Carn, H.D.A., Weeds Oflicer, . N.S:W. Department of Agriculture) ? Nut Grass ? (Cyperus rotundus) 'This setlgo ? is common to Australia as . well as other parts , of the world, and iny. N.S.W. causes serious trouble ?toy., cultivated' - crops . on -the -. coast, tablelands ; and in some / inland dis tricts.' It ;is' ? also /a serious pest , of ?home - gardens,- especially in towns on the Central Coast. ; ,*Nut Grass 'is perennial;: with , a creep ing .'root, ;. stock: which -forms,', here; and there; -small;' dark-colored tubers. ? The stems are slender / and -. triangular -. to wards- .the top,, and/ the., i leaves are - numerous-, - - glossy-green, /and : , narrow, with.,, the, /mid-vein prominent on/ the ander-side.'.:-;The -/'spikelets -are reddish brown-. and arranged in short spikes or clusters: on :? ? unequal ? stems, v The pest ?: spreads-, rapidly by ; means of the scaly, fibrous root stocks, which pro duce tube'rs_ in great abundance, from which...
Johnson Grass [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
Johnson Grass Johnson Grass was introduced for the production of late summer and autumn fodder^ but has spread to some agricultural districts with- serious re sults. Planted - on the. higher couutry, the weed ? is: now .invading the fertile agricultural plots ; of : the- southern and central / rivers , and irrigation areas. This grass is -a prolific seeder - and spreads . as .well/ by /underground run nors. The plant is' very similar ? to Sudan grciss'j except for the root system. * , - ? Control /?? I'or.v isolated- plants, chemical steri lisors ,can::'be used, tho best results , being . obtained, 1 by- 'cutting, tlie patch back;; and/ heavily spraying tho new' growthrw.In light sandy, soils, /isolated plants can -be - grubbed out -and burned. '?ITcavy 'infe'stations aro difficult to handle,; and luccrno is not vigorous enough to compete with this weed. Mixed ' pastures, combining- subter- ranean clover and ; Phalaris, can be used to reduce the uominance ;1 of the weed, but coinple...
DAIRY INDUSTRY ACT Licensing Of Margarine Manufacturers [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
DAIRY INDUSTRY ACT I Licensing Of Margarine Manufacturers The Dairy Industry (Amendment) Act, 1940, which inserts in the Dairy. Industry Act, 1915-1932, provisions re lating to the licensing /of margarine manufacturers, and - to the regulation of the manufacture of table margarine, ca .me -into operation : on January 1, 1941. ? Section 22A of tho Act provides that- after , the expiration of one month from -tho date of commencement of the Act no person shall manufacture ; or; prepare table margarine ; or cooking margarine unless he holds a table mar garine licence or a cooking margarine licence, : as the case may be. Applica tion may also be made for a /special permit to manufacture /table: margarine for export beyond the Commonwealth, of Australia. /Forms - of .application are prescribed by the regulations; and 'information in this- regard may ; be 'obtained from the Under-Secretary and JDirector, ? De-, partment of / Agriculture, ' Box :, 36A-- G.P.O., Sydney. ' ?
ATTRACTIVE POLL SHORTHORNS Antrim Stud's Experiment [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
'ATTRACTIVE POLL SHORTHORNS ? ? Antrim Stud's Experiment ;.;/-. Two highly attractive November, .1940, heifers in the Poll Shorthorn stud of - Mr. - E. L. Killen, Muinbil, N.SiW.) ig'ivo every; indication of being worthy, acquisitions to -the; breed. Antrim Missie 3rd is bred on aristo cratic lines and^ should, .be ;a valuable I heifer; to .breed from. .'..She; is» the pro- 1 duct .of - an interesting breeding; exipeii- 1 ment, as. sue is by ,tne dark red horned 'Shorthorn bull, . .Antrim. Captivator (imp. in dam), thus introducing the famous Naemoor Jasper blood -to the Poll Shorthorn type) 'through - her - dam, Oakwood Missie 3rd (imp., U.S.A.), the noted. . whito: ? cow- ...which - has been twice champion, at the Sydney .'Eoyal Show. She. is of the 'famous Marr Missie family of Uppormill. The ex periment :lias: proved ; a-'great'.v success. The other calf — Antrim Augusta 3rd— a dark, roan /- , Poll Shorthorn heifer, is also an interesting blood combination;- . She^is 'by- 'the; ...
ENGAGED to MARRY [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
ENGAGED ! to MARRY 1 0 B Sheila, youngest daughter of Alder man and Mrs. J. O 'Halloran, f'Fern leigh,' Wagga, 'to Ian, eldest ' son of Mr. and Mrs. D. McPhorson, Wol lundry-avenue,' Wagga. - ????-- Jeanj -daughter, of , Mr; ,C.v Price , - and: : the:1- late Mrs. Price, .Young, to Joshua William (-' ' Chappie '), only son . J of ?Mr.--.Q-. W. Reynolds' audi, tho - late. Mrs. ?Reynolds, Grenfell-road, : Young. .Berj'l Addice, eldest - daughter - of Mr; and Mrs. : E; G. ? Pryor, ? Carrier-' street; Benalla, to Pte. - George -E. vMat thows, -A.I.F., abroad, second son of Mi', and .Mrs. J. E. Matthews, Hunter street, Rutherglen ' * * * - ' , ; ;? Beryl* Elizabeth, ? second -v daughter of- Mr. mnd Mrs. - II; ? Butler, .Northcote (Vic.), to Leading Aircraftman.'-L.^G. Taylor,1 oldest -.son . of Mr.--andvMrs.; G.' F. Taylor, Henty * * ? * , , i Adela E., sp^ond , daughter ,o£ ' Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Schustor, 'Faldorf,' Henty, to ,Dr. Walter G.' Miller, Mel-' bourne, third son of Mr. and Mrs....
Control Of Aphids EFFECTIVE DUSTS AND SPRAYS [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
Control Of Aphids EFFECTIVE DUSTS AND SPRAYS Aphids -are1' small, soft-bodied insects which may be founjl on .the undersides of leaves, ^^tnd flower buds and on young shoots,/ twigs, branches and roots of plants. They are of various colors, depending upon the species and sometimes '^on the food-plant. They1 feed ^by puncturing the tissues and ex tracting the sap from their host plants. Most species excrete quantities of 'honey-dew' which is attractive to ants and flies. This 'honey-dew' is also a medium on which a black smut or sooty mould develops. ? Aphids are sometimes kept in check by , predators a.nd parasites'. Among these 'are ladybird 'beetles and their -larvae, lace-wings, hover-fly ' larvae and various species of parasite wasps. In some seasons, also, colonies of aphids may be killed ' by a parasitic fungus. '-?/? Aphids may bo controlled toy the following methods: — Foliage Dusts and Sprays Dusting with nicotine dust (2i per cent.)', the dust being applied during tlie war...
OBITUARY MR. JAMES NANGLE [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
OBITUARY MR. JAMES NANGI/E The Government Astronomer, Mr. James Nangle, O.B-E., died at -Sydney' Observatory last Saturday night. He had a distinguished and many-sided career. During the 15 years in which Mr. Nangle was honorary Government Astronomer, the Observatory's work became internationally recognised. Mr Nangle was born at Newtown in 1868. When he was 11 he left school to work in a brickyard.. He rose to be clerk of the works, became an architect, and in 1907 was appointed to the charge of the Department of Architecture at tho Technical College. In 1914' he became Superintendent of , Technical Education, and occupied tho post for. 20, years. At the end of tho last war ho was lout to the Commonwealth Go vernment to organise vocational train-: in# for: returned soldiers throughout Australia. Under ; the scheme ho for mulated ? 20,000 men wero instructed: in skilled. -.work. All his ?; life'.' Mr. ?Nangle had: .a passion for astronomy. Moro than 40 years ago lie established a: s...
SPOILAGE OF MILK AND CREAM TYPES OF DEFECT [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
SPOILAGE OF MILK AND GREAM TYPES OF DEFECT Although many of tho. common de fects of milk and cream are of bac teriological origin, there are other influ-| cnces which may be partly, or even solely, responsible for loss of quality. Thus when a farmer . encounters a specific abnormality in his product, any of the following group factors may be the cause of its appearance 1. Defects of a Phvsiolosrirn.T -KrafT?-™ , Ill-health or any abnormal : condition of lactation is ? capable of bringing about undesirable changes in quality.' Sometimes.,: really -objectionable odours develop in milk taken 'from cows suffering with ; internal injuries; A'gain- ?- animals which have been kept in; milk i for too long frequently produce'' milk, of a salty or bitter character. | 3. .Defects Brought About by Certain1 ^Foodstuffs. _ ? . | ® IflljJPiddition ? to numerous 'vweeds, S4 therp are many fodder.;. .plants which'; impart characteristic taints, to ? aiiilk and cream. In general; ut; may-, bo said'1 ...
CARE OF EGGS ON THE FARM [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
CARE OF EGGS ON THE FARM ', The 'method of storing eggs on the farm, awaiting despatch to market, often , leaves much to be desired. The room in which tho egg's are kept should bo freo from mouldy or musty odours, and, while allowing sufficient ventila tion, must not be too draughty.' Tho temperature of the rooni is another important matter, .especially in hot weatlior. when the ectcs should bo kent as cool as possible. ';Whero a cool I room is not available, the best courso is to pack the previous day's eggs early the next morning, and, after jacking, cover tho cases over until they are sent to market. On no account should eggs be allowed to stand exposed to the air during warm weather, as this leads to rapid evaporation ? and results iji eggs being rojectod as stale,
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
BIRTH ... '? READ.-^-On 'February 14, 1941, to ?Noll and' Stuart Read, of 'Lands- dale,'. Yarck, Vic— a son (Peter Stuart, 'bro'ther' for Rosemary). Printed and publishnd by George Silvorton Baxtov, for the 'Albuiy Banner' PropriE- ' tarj' Limited, Dean-street and Dnvidistreet, Albury, in tlie SUtS of New South tVnlc9-
HOSPITAL CONTRIBUTIONS REDUCED FOR A.I.F. DEPENDANTS [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
HOSPITAL CONTRIBUTIONS REDUCED FOR A.I.F. DEPENDANTS COROWA. — The monthly meeting of the Directors of tlie Corowa Hos pital was held last week, these 'be- ing present Messrs. J. P. Leahy (chairman) , W. F. Rotdnson, T. J. Kelly, A. Nelson, J. Cctnroy, A. G-. Phillips, L. M. Buggy and E. V. Manony (secretary) . The Directors decided to adopt a recommendation by the Hospitals' ?Commission that the wives of . mem bers of the- A.I.F;; bo allowed- to join the contribution scheme -at the rato of 6d. per week 'to cover the wife and dependants. A further recommenda tion wnicn was aaoptea was tnat iree treatment be allowed members of tho N.S.W. police force who were injured while carying- out their duties. With regard to the matter of in suring the personal effects of the nursing and domestic staffs, the secre tary reported that returns had been' received 'giving the values in tho caso of each individual, and it was decide# to cover each individual to the limit of the returns. The total cov...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
— -1-- . CLASSIFIED — ADVERTISEMENTS — — SECTION;-— ~ Wanted known Please sdy : you;, saw the advertisement in 'The /7Albury.'; Banner' when writing to advertisers. . ? v.: ? ALL Classes' of Iron Work executed at shortest' notice.' . B. Winstanley (opp. Soden's), Wilson Street, Albury. A FIRST- CLASS HAIRCUT, 1/. Reekie's Saloon, 466 Kiewa St.j near Smollett St. Open Sat, afternoons, ' T^CKS' is par . excellence, either straight: or-: in shandies. ? '?j^CKS' is made with filtered spring water. ? ' I^CKS' combines the properties ol medicinal tonic with those of ar ulcal drink.' W LEC T KOLU X KEROSENE RE FRIGERATORS still being sold a pre-war' price. Place your order before price rise. -A. T.; JONES & CO., ? 54( Kiewa Street, Albury. QULKIES Repaired, Painted am Trimmed. -B. Winstanley (op;: Soden's- Hotel), Wilson. Street, Albury mEY 'the NEW, EUGENE SELF SETTING MACHINELESS WAVI for your next perm. Country client: especially catered for. — Mrs. WATKIN 557 Thurgoona Street, ...