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ALBURY'S GREATEST MARCH WILL BE HELD TO-DAY BIG FEATURE OF GREEK DAY CELEBRATIONS Entire Brigade To Take Part "BANNER" SUGGESTION ADOPTED [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
ALBURY'S GREATEST MARCH WILL BE HELD TO-DAY ?k- — . — ? * pfEMffll: If SR1I DAY CELEBMTIONS — BS ? ? ? — — ?. '? Eiitire.: ? Brigade To Take Part mi 'BANNER' . SUGGESTION ADOPTED |70UR thousand men, the whole of the 23rd Brigade of the | A.I.F., will take part in the greatest march yet held in Albury this (Friday) afternoon, as part of the Greek Day celebrations. Brigadier Lind, commander of the brigade, will take the salute at the Albury Town Hall at 3 p.m. Considerable interest has been created throughout the district by this march, and as was pointed out in the . 'Banner,' which first suggested such a march, it has aroused greater activity in patriotic efforts throughout the town and district. Following t'he assembly of tho troops at Newmarket, the march will proceed via Guinea-street, Young street, Dean-street and Wodonga Place to . Noreuil Park. The saluting base will be in front of the Town Hall, and included in the official party will be tho Lord Mayor of Melbourne (Cr. Frank...
Picked The Wrong Mark [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
Picked The. Wrong. Mark JUNEE. — Mr. Wilson, ' State organiser for the War Savings Certificate Group Scheme, -re-. ? cently wrote to Junee Reefs School suggesting that there was indifference to ? the group scheme. 'He picked a bad mark, as Junee Reefs -School has contributed no less than £135, and,- in . compari son with their small attendance of about 10 children, it is claimed that this is a- record. ?- In addition, £20 was raised for war i funds. . . ' ? .1 , ? : ? : ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
— You iteceived An= Interesting* Letter? 2/6 PRIZES FOR BEST EXTRACTS Have you received a letter from a soldier, sailor or airman serving overseas that you have found so interesting that you have passed it on to your friends to read ? If you have then why not let an even wider circle of friends read it. Every Australian to-day is interested to - know the experiences, amusing and otherwise, of its brave young men overseas, and through the 'Albury Banner' an opportunity is provided to let your husband's, your son's or your friend's experiences show the readers of the 'Albury Banner' the spirit of our fighting forces. Each week the 'Banner' will give four prizes of 2/6 each to the most interesting extracts from letters sent in. Fill in the entry form below, attach it to your own extracts from the letter, and send it in. ? Remember, there is no need to send in the whole of that treasured letter, just the most interesting extracts. Attach This Form To Your Letter To 'The Albury Banner,' ...
Notes From the Coursing Ground ALBURY [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
| Notes From the j I Coursing Ground | *-? ? ? ?- By 'Observation' ALBURY When betting opened for the Thermopylae Maiden Stake last Saturday evening, Mr. W. Kohn's Quick Koy was soon' installed a warm favourite. However, a last minute commission for Pit Timber saw him oust Quick Koy in the betting market. Trained by Jack Meades for Mrs. E.- M. George,': Pit Timber, backed from 5's and 4's to odds on; showed a. cleam pair of heels / to his- oppo - nents, and won by the proverbial street, , the official margin being 20 lengths: The time for the race, 25 1-10, was exceptionally fast for a maiden, being 3-10 of . a second faster than the time taken by Blue Rob, winner of Llie xop UIVISIUU, over U1U aaum juuiavj. . 'Ted' Lucas, who won a double with Red Billy and Daventry Lass the previous night; repeated , the performance last Saturday. Red Billy, always a . favourite, accounted for the Akrata Stake, of 285 yards, in the smart time of 15 9-10 seconds. 'Ted's' other can didate, Daventry ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
I' «!!? WW* LIlLlUJUl i Wj ? ? ? AT HORAN'S J FURNISHERS, YOU PAY LESS KORAN'S JjlOR SUN and VERANDAH j BLINDS, in multi-colored Stripe and White Duck, made any- size and fixed; Let Horan 's j quote you prices.; Also Window .Blinds,1 complete, in' green, .beige ' and nigger brown. :5/ll each. Horan 's for Value arid Service. HORAN'S .For Pure Kapok VBeddingJ B.B.B. . ' Wire Mattresses, ,. Camp . Beds, . .Full-size Beds ? and 4-ply ..^.Mat tresses, £3/19/6. Camp Sti^h ers; Window Blinds, complete, I 5/11, 6/6, ' 7/6. Auto Trays, 18/6. Fire Side :Cha,irs, £2/15/. j . HORAN'S For latest Prams and Prametft'f / [ Strollers, 23/6, with hoods 3 \ \ I \ L Cane Cribs and Baby Bas'3 r^-7 | ^ Drop-side Cots, and MattresseK Folding: Bassinettes strong white cluck. Auto Trays, 17/6, 20/, i £ 22/6; Gent's 'Robes, £2/19/6; j 'Robes, 'with mirror doors, ' £3 ' I 6/6, £5/10/. ' ? . : | HORAN'S For 3-piece / Lounge Suites, Genoa Velvet, £12/10/, ..£13 10/ to £35. . Easy' Bedside Chairs, Folding Bridg...
PERIOD OF VOLUNTARY PATRIOTIC CONTRIBUTIONS EXTENDED [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
PERIOD OF VOLUNTARY PATRIOTIC CONTRIBUTIONS EXTENDED ' COROWA.— Presided over by the j Mayor (Aid. J. H. Armour) a small number of ' 'cifezens assembled , at ; the ? | Council; Chambers to ? review---Me ppsi- I tion ; of the ; Corowa Patriotic ^\Jyolun- ' tary 'Contribution Scheme. - ? i Dr. E. Mcldrum reported that ap- H ?proximately ;630 residents were inter- || viewed, 37 6 of which were contribut- g ing regularly.: The total amount col- I iocted up tociEriday, Eeb^uary ? 14, - a J ^period of 'Seven weeks^^as £125, or 1 a-bout £18 per*'' iweek. ' ? I ? ?. Mr. ? J. : H. N: Chivell expressed his | faith in the scheme.':,' Tlie work of - J organising had not been easy and ho j believed that - it . would grow: ? Tho | organisers- had done -good work up to | the ? ipresent, , I !- Mr. F. -Galbraith also ? spoke in favor of the scheme and said, that he felt that . if the scheme was carried1 on it would turn out all right'. .-?/? ' . On the motion of , Mr.. P. Pritehard, seconded 'by Mr...
All Rights Reserved [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
All Rights Reserved Hitler was ill at ease in the presence of .a Hohenzollern King, and even made no protest when Carol and his son lit cigarettes. After they had dis cussed the relations of Rumania with. Russia and . other eventualities in case of ' war, Hitler said:— 'I have no interest in Rumania and no desire to. interfere with vour in ternal affairs. But you have a young man in prison named Codreanu. This fellow believed, in me aind thought he was. serving the true interests of Rumania. Mhy I say that it is embar riissing for me to have one .of my followers in prison!' : 'I will look into it,' said the King. Three mornings later Cod reanu and the 12 other leaders of the Iron Guard were taken I from their cells and put^into lorries, with a strong escort. They were driven through a lonely forest on their way to some other unnamed prison. That night an official statement was issued to the effect that the convoy I had been ambushed and, while trying to escape, all the prisoners had...
Beverley Baxter Saw the Rumanian Tragedy From the Wings [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
jgeTOfley Baxter Saw the . . . ItuniAiiiaii Trafed^' From the Wings | day in June, 1938, I alighted from the Vienna- || | Bucharest express at the mountain station of Sinaia jj I in Rumania. Young Paul Zahesco, of the Rumanian jj Foreign Office, had been sent to drive me by car for the j| remainder of the journey to the capital. He was good- j looking, gay, expressive, melancholy and picturesque. He j had been to Oxford and his English was as rapid as j ! machine-gun fire. » | ! Hardly had we started on our way through the moun- j tains when a violent thunderstorm broke. The rain fell in j ! great sheets as in a Hollywood film, so that it was almost jj | impossible for us to see our way. (1 Mli. 332VEBltEY BAXTER 'J^ET'S go to the King's summer palace,' said Zanesco. We turned in at a gate, . ^st a sentry or two, and reached the moun . 'Otaui palace of the King. It 'was here that war King Ferdinand had met his cabinet in 1916 to declare war against Germany. It was here that Queen . ...
"YOUR FAVORITE SONGS" [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
'YOUR FAVORITE SONGS' , Elsie Waine, the girl with the charming personality and beautiful voice, is featured in a new quarter hour session from 2AY, 'Your Favorite Songs.' This session will ibe heard on Sun day at 9.45 a.m., on Tuesday at 11.30 a.m./ and on Wednesday and Thursday at. 11.15 a.m. ? i ' 'Other stations' 'from which Elsie Waine may b£ heard are 2SM, 2UE, 2'GrZ, 2LM, 2TMj 2KO, 2HR, 2KA, 2WG, 2G-N, and other stations will be included later.
A.B.C. NATIONAL PROGRAMME SUNDAY, MARCH 2 [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
A.b;G. NATIONAL , PROGRAMME SUNDAY, MARCH 2 ? . ? i MUSIC: 'Everyman's Music,' 2.30 p.m. ; Orchestral Programme, 3.0; Carmen Dyke, piano, 'Young Australia,' 4.0; Now Note Octet, 8.0 ; Mastersingers' Quartet, ; 8.30 ; 'Australian Artists,' Eunice Gardiner (piano) and Godfrey Stirling (tenor), 10.0. TALKS: A.B.C. Overseas Field Unit, 9.35 a.m.; St. Paul's' Cathedral , (Anglican), Rockhampton, 10.0 ; Vance Palmer, ' Book Review, 12 npon ; Radio Newsreel, 1.30 p.m. ; Armchair Chat, J. A; McCallum, 'American Presidents,'' Thomas Jefferson, 2.15; 'Art in America,' interview with - Charles Lloyd Jone3, 3.30 ; Neville Cardus, 'The Enjoyment o£ Music,' 6.0 ; 'VViclcham Steed, 'World Affairs,' 7.15 ; Prof. W. J. Dalcin, Science Talk, 8.45 ; 'So You Think You Know Music,' 9.0 ; 'All Australia Session,' talk by Walter Murdoch, 9.30. . ?MONDAY, MARCH 3 MUSIC: 'Tho Music Lovers' Hour,' 2 p.m: ; 'Music While You Work,' 3.45 ; Phyl lis McDonald's Sextet, 8.45 ; National Mili tary ? Band, 10.30. PLA...
Radio Crosswords MUSICAL KNOWLEDGE TESTED [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
Radio Crosswords MUSICAL KNOWLEDGE TESTED 'Radio Crosswords,' which was first broadcast from 2AY last Wednes day night ? at 8.30, has proved ver^ popular, and as a test of musical know ledge it provides plenty of entertain ment for every listener. . Below is published a crossword dia trram t.n hr- lisod wit.li tho. session. The clues will be words from, .musical numbers played during the session. A double - theatre ticket will be given entrant with the first correct solution opened. Entries should be neatly filled in and in block letters. (Squares to bo '.blacked; out will be given by the announcer.) NAME . . ' ? ADDRESS ? V (Block letters) Send entry to 2AY Studio's, Dean street, Albury.'
WEEK-END CAMP FOR VOLUNTEER DEFENCE CORPS [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
WEEK-END CAMP FOR VOLUNTEER DEFENCE CORPS To-nlorrow (Saturday) and Sunday a week-end cam,p -will be held by the Riverina Returned Soldiers' Voluntary Defence Corp in Dunn's -paddock, ? about '20 miles, from Wagga. ? ?A complete sj'llabus of exercises and .lectures has ibeen arranged and it is Expected that : Wagga, Marrar, Coola mon; Henty, Ganmain and Bull's run oompahios -will'' attend, in full forces, ?while - other companies have also inti mated- 'tliat- they - will send representa tives. ' - - \ ? ' . An attendance: of -from 250 to 300 ment is anticipated, by the - area com mandant (Mr. . John Graham). This will bo the v first' bivouc for the corps ?to 'be conducted in this district, and it lias' aroused great interest among re turned men.
NOVEL APRON EVENING [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 28 February 1941
NOVEL APRON EVENING A novel apron evening will be held in St; Matthew's small hall in Olive-, street on Monday, March 3, at 8 p.m., to provide funds for a hot trolley which the 2 AY Women's 'Club wish to present ? to the. Alubry Hospital. The admission is a small .paper apron in the pocket of which is the following message: — This little apron we send to you. 'Tis something, novel, something ' ? new. . . Just- measure your waistline inch by ? inch, . And ibe sure the measure does not pinch. , ? A coin- for each inch you place in the pocket, . A safety-pin ? then .securely will lock it. On March the 3rd. at. 8 o'clock meet, There'll be supper and .music so sweet. _ _ The object is worthy, and given' good weather Your presenco will help and give us great .pleasure. However^ this verse should not be taken too literally, and only as much as can be afforded is asked for ad mis- . sion. To save postage, those intend- j ing to 'attend the function are asked j to call at: the studio for the...