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From the Pages of the Past 50 YEARS AGO [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 3 January 1941

. ? r* From the Pages of the Past j. 50 YEARS AGO (From the 'Banner,' January 1, 1891.) From all iparts of the district very satisfactory accounts of the harvest are' being . received. At Burrumbuttock the wheat yield is particularly good, though in ?no part of the Aibury district is there a marked improvement on the previous years. The 'average of wheat should be 12 bushels to the acre, and on several large farms ranging up to 700 acres as much as four bags to the acre ? have been gathered. In some parts rust has caused de terioration of crops, but losses from this disease are nothing as compared with previous years, and some very large areas are not at all affected. ♦ -T- . . * Intelligence has just been re ceived of a- great disaster off the coast of Newfoundland, where no fewer than .60. ships have foundered in a violent storm. *' * ; * Householders would do well just now to keep their doors and windows fastened at night, as there appears to bo' some thieves about. Several robbe...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Albury and the Munitions Annexe [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 3 January 1941

Aibury and the Munitions Annexe 'The announcement by the Minister for Supply (Senator McBride) that Goulburn and Wagga have been given prefer ence in the establishment of armament annexes in country centres has not disheartened members of Aibury Committee of Investigation which was re cently appointed to look after Aibury 's interests in this mat ter. Aibury Committee had made good progress; a site has been selected and 250 prospective shareholders, in the town have been sent full details of the Scheme. The committee is now awaiting a visit from an officer of the N.S.W. Board of Manage ment to inspect the site and ap prove of it before any further step can be taken. Chairman of Aibury Commit tee (Mr. D. A. Thompson), told a 'Banner' representative this week thaf plans were all in readiness to launch out with the scheme, as soon as approved. He had no doubt that the amount required to establish the annexe would quickly be subscribed. Further, we had plenty of skilled technicians in t...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Big Plans For Boosting Use of Wool in Australia Next Year [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 3 January 1941

I Big Plans For Boosting Use of Wool in Australia Next Year | Extensive plans for wool promotion in the j approaching season are being made by the Austra- ' | Jian Wool Board and it is expected that retailers v j will make available to the public a complete range I of woollen goods of all kinds, including attractive | frocks, costumes, coats for women, new suitings | for men, underwear in great variety, sportswear .j and woollen novelties. ? ''t ? ' sT-fi ''' ? .. '. ' ? v -.

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fire On Albury Common; Second Within Fortnight [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 3 January 1941

Fire On Aibury Common; Second Within Fortnight Second fire within a fortnight broke out on Aibury Oommon last Friday, and driven by a strong wind, swept over Nail Can hill and burnt about 400 acres of grass and scrubland. Members of Aibury fire brigade, as sisted by men and btfya, fought the flames for nearly' four hours liefore the outbreak was brought under con trol by l-.'.rning breaks along the foot of tlie 'hilj. The previous fire burnt over a similar area, and into the Happy Valley Settlement, The area burnt on Friday is leased from the Aibury council by Mr. Roy Haydon, butcher, Kiewa-streot. Officer in charge of Aibury fire sta tion, Mr, C. Dwyer, asked the 'Ban- . A ? ^ ???k&suk. ner*' on Friday night to thank volun teers, townspeople who sent refresh ments for the fighters -and! .2AY broad casting Station for coming on the sir specially to . broadcast ail' app9il_ior assistance, ! ? ' ???? i ? j 1 ......

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BUSHFIRE AT HOWLONG BURNS OVER 1500 ACRES [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 3 January 1941

BUSHFIRE AT HOWLONG BURNS OVER 1500 ACRES Between 1500 and 2000 acres of grass country were burnt by a fire which broke out seven miles from Howlong on Christmas Day. Fanned ;by a strong wind, the fire burnt for ? a distance of six miles, be ing halted;; a mile from Howlong, be tween the Burrumbuttock and Brock lesby roads. Heaviest 'loser was Mr. L. W. Drew, 'Parkdale,' whose homestead was narrowlv sfivfld nnd whn lnsf n slififl containing a quantity of machinery and 30 bags jf seed \Vheat, besides over 200 acres of grass. Other losers whose losses amounted to about 200 acres of grass each were: Messrs. J. Packer, J. P., W. L., and M. G. Smith, and J. T. Poran. The firb also entered the property of Mr. W. Doubleday, and was stopped near Mr. J. Leahy's land. On Dornan's property the fire came within 200 yards of the homestead, which was saved with an effort. Mr. J. P. Smith lost two stacks of lucerne hay.

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 3 January 1941

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS BIRTH WILLIAMS (nee Florence Cadman) : On December 25, at Rokeby Private Hospital, Aibury, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams, Bethanga, a daughter, Rhonda. DEATHS ADAMS, on December 24, 11)40, Jonathan, of Tarcutta, 51. ELPHIOK, on. December 28, a.t Wagga, Margaret Ellen, wife of Edward , George Elphick. HUTCHINSON, on December 25, 1940, re sult of accident, Hugh Innis (Peter), elder son of Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Hutchin son, of Dirner, Humula. LEWIS (nee Anderson) : On December 28, at ' Queenstown, Tasmania, Jessie, loved sister of Mrs. M. E. Miller, cnr. Young and Smollett streets, Aibury. McDERMOTT, on December 25, 1940, Peter John, of Mount Alfred, Upper Murray, 67. McDONALD, on December 19, 1940, Hannah, of North Gundagai, 87. MANGELSDORF, on December 24, at Temora, Mary, wife of Walter Mangels dorf, 67. RICHARDSON, on December 25, 1940, Mary, of 'Rosedale,' North Barnawartha, 71. RICHARDSON, on December 29, Christina, late of 'Elmhouse,' North Barnawart...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 3 January 1941

PBorsaaioNAi. notices S. S. OXENHAM A. K.A.I. A., A.M.I.E. Aust. Architect & Consulting Engineer lat Plcor, Bank of N.S.W. Chambers, DEAN STBEET, AJOBURY Phone 574 FLEMING, HENDERSON AND STEDMAN SOLICITORS For Now South Wales and Victoria Aibury Chambers, Cr. Kiewa & Dean Streets, Aibury trust Moneys to Lend on Approved Securities at Current Rates WILKINSON AND TWOMEY Solicitors, ATbury & Wodonga - '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. AUBI'RV *B.4*NI£R ' AND WODONGA EXPRESS Largest Provincial Weekly In Australia 'PUBLISHED every Friday morning. Terms : — 6/6 per quarter, £1/6/ per year. Post free. Subscriptions may commence from any date. ~ FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1941 ? ? '

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"Banner's" 82nd Year of Publication [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 3 January 1941

'Banner's' 82nd Year of Publication WITH this issue, the 'Banner' enters on its 82nd year of publication, for it was on January 4, 1860, that the paper Wais first produced. It is a far step from that time to the present day and the intervening period has seen many changes in the town and district. From a straggling village, Aibury has grown to be one of the. outstanding towns in Australia, renowned for its modern buildings, splendid lay out and fine appointments. In keeping with its pivot, the district, too, hais made rapid progress and to-day is recog nised as one of the key-centres of rural industry in the State* In the development of Aibury and_ district, and, indeed, for that matter, the whole of the Riverina, the 'Banner' has played its part as one of the outstanding newspapers of* the State. The paper championed every cause that aimed at furthering the interests of Aibury and the Riverina. Its policy of decentralisation, and its agitation for resumption for closer settlement o...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 3 January 1941

Twenty-one Words of Comfort jipHE Lord' will not suffer the soul of the righteous to famish, but he casteth away the substance of the wicked. — Proverbs x.; 3. AT HORAN'S FURNISHERS, YOU PAY LESS , IKRESISHBLE NEW YEAR SPECIALS /'JRYSTAL Butter Dishes, Jam B. Dishes, 2/11 to 5/11; Cry-^IL^ Stat Vases, 2/6 to- 30/ ; SaladO^ . Bowls, 16/6' to 30/; Crystal Pow- _.A der Bowls, Scent . Sprays, Candle-. 5 , sticks. | ! HORAN'S 1 For Water .Sets, clear, green, am- | iber, 7/11 to 30/ j Fruit .Sets, I 6/b to 17/6; Supper Sets, 7/11 | to 13/6; Salad 'Bowl aaid Servers, w '7/6; Bread Plates, 2/6 to 5/1 1/ R HORAN'S i For E.P.N.S. Sandwich Trays, ' 6/11, 8/9, .10/6, 19/6; E.P.N.S. ' I Butters, 6/6, 10/6; Sugars, 9/6 j to 19/6; E.P.N.S. Caike Dishes, . Cake Baskets and Cake Stands. HORAN'S j For Pottery Vases, from 1/11. 2/6, 6/6j 12/6; Novelty Cream ! Jugs, Butters and Jams; Cup, j Saucer and Plato, 5/3, 6/6 and 7/ per set, HORAN'S For Babies' Mugs, 1/, 1/6;' Feeding Plates, 1/6., 3/, 5/; . B ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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COUNTRY NEWS (Continued) GIBSONVALE [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 3 January 1941

COUNTRY NEWS rT~, ? ? ? : ? : ? ? (Continued)' ? — — — ? GIBSONVALE j ' Drought conditions are still .prevail ing here, although feed for stock is -... '.moderately good and a fair supply of water, The mala difficulty is the coa ? ? : Atin,uous carting of water for the local v.: - tin- mines. , Mi1. J. H. Gibson, founder of the -tin mines at -Gibsonvale and Miss N. 1 ' Baldwin, sister in charge of the local Bush Nursing Hospital, before their ? marriage, were .presented with a silve ? tea and coffee service from the em ployees of the mine. The presentation took place at Mr. Gibson -'s mine. Mi'. : ; W. Cattle, who presided, referred to the pioneering diays of the mine, when e: Mr.\ Gibson first discovered' and pro tfeeda^pfil) work it and followed its xapio'TOtilvelopment up to the present tfcime./ This tin field to-day is the largest in Australia, despite the fact ?' that! it has only been in existence two sand a hialf years. There is every pro mise of it being successfully carried...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 3 January 1941

I -Edgar pAQQAMT Mechanical £Li JT £ ^Engineer 535 OLIVE STREjS& ALBURY I Agent for BALTIC 1 SIMPLEX Dairy Farm Machinery The Mighty Hillman Minx and Humber Cars and Commer Trucks ? All Machining and Engineering Repairs — Steam and Stationary ? Engines — Farm Equipment by Skilled and Experienced Engineers. '

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 3 January 1941

GRADED SEED OATS JOHN BURROWS PTY. LTD. ALBURY Australian Made for Australian Trade COOKERY NOOK CAFE DEAN STREET ? ? ALBURY (Two Doors from C. and C. Stores) CAFETERIA *-The sP°t Where you choose what you want, for what you are prepared to pay. I . * DINING-ROOM SERVICES 3-Course Dinner, from 12-2 p.m., 2/ Devonshire Afternoon Tea — from 2.30 to 4 p.m. Hot Scones, Strawberry Jam, Tea, etc., 1/. ★ ]VEIXjK B Alt ' — 1110 ldeal spot 011 hot daySl Every variety of milk and cool drink. Enjoy Your Refreshments in Ideal Surroundings — » ? I B. M. MOTORS pty. ltd. I 530 KIEWA STREET — ALBURY 1 FOR ALL TYRE REQUISITES TYRE REMOULDERS — RECAPPING SPECIALISTS AND NEW TYRE SALES ; SEE US ' :: PHONE 948 j \ \ ' I \-

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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Henty Women's Voluntary Service [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 3 January 1941

H&tty Women's Voluntary Service HENTY. — Mrs. .J. II. Chambers pro sided over a well-attended monthly meeting of the llenty W.V.S.. The president reported that goods to the Value of £18 had been lost in the fii-o which had destroyed the depot, .generously donated rent free by M'r. Harry Barnes. A' motion of thanks was recorded to Mr. Barnes for his generosity. The offer of Mrs. Cham bers of the use of her verandah as a devot was thankfully received. , The depot, will be open to-day (Friday). A donation of £20 ' from . the Zion Lutheran Guild, Henty, and 25/ from the .reccnt tennis afternoon organised by Mrs. A. M. ' Sliugg was received, and a letter of thanks -is to. .bo sent to etich; It was r'Ssoived.' to 'forward .a canteen order t(J meii from Henty serving ,: oversows ifl . lieiii'r p£ tho . usual parcel. . . ; : An urgent . appeal was received from f»e headquarters - foY .iuo'ri magazines and reading matter for camp libraries. Tho branch is going .'into' recess., during...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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TUMUT [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 3 January 1941

... v . ' TUMUT .. At a ( meeting of . tlie direc tors of tho Tiimut Hospital the' Commission, advised that £83/6/S subsidy had been forwarded. A dona tion of £2/2/ had been received -from tho Yarrango'billy C.W.A. The treasurer's statement for tho month showed a debit of £499/18/11. Miss Muriel Stacey, younger daugh ter of Mrs. Stacey^ of 'Caiiielot, ' Tumut, has passed hoi* final nurses' examination. Miss Stacey trained sit tho Royal Prince AlfretV Hospital, Sydney.

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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COOTAMUNDRA [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 3 January 1941

COOTAMUNDRA Mrs. J. S. Carter presided at last meeting of lllabo Red 'Cross. The branch being in' a sound financial posi-. tion, it was decided to forward £150 to headquarters for general use, £5/5/ for Christmas cheer, 10/ for Red Cross distribution at. Cootamundra District Hospital, and 10/ to. the lllabo : Junior. Red Cross. s Mrs. Reardon ? and daughter, i ; .Mis-& Dot Reardon, are holidaying at' Manly.' Flight-Lieutenant.' G. Hooper, . ;, who was also an airman in the.^G-reat. War of 1914-18, has been' promoted to r the rank of squadron-leader. Rev. Canon' D. SJierrfs, . rector of .St.-. Clement's Church, -'Yass, -lias been' ad vised' of tho death in England,- as ; the, result of an air raid, of liis . sister and. her two chaldron.-- .'Canon :Sherris was rector at Cootamundra- for several years. s John Costelloe, 10, son of Mr. , and Mrs. Eric Costelloe, Cootamundra, and.: n-lio- recently -conipetedi suceessfully' in the Railway Eisteddfod in Sydney,- lias, been notifie...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Henty Returned Soldiers Meet [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 3 January 1941

Henty Returned Soldiers Meet , HENTY/— Cn A. L. Rutherford^d sided over- n good attendance dap'tnQ , monthly meeting of the Henty t lob- : , - branch of the IR.S. and S.I.L.A., ^4el-5 at 'Yorong Creek. ' Those present in cluded' — the -president (Mr. A. L. Rutherford), Messrs. A. R. Barrm (secretary), C. N. Murray (treasurer), H. G. isuid J. M: Saunders, A. G-. Crane, J. Neuhausy J. McLaren, R. S. Richards ' a.;. and 'K E. Gorman. Mrs. :W. A. Gibbons, Walbundrier. acknowledged the1 branch's sympathy in her bereavement. - The branch de cid-ed to take no action in the Robb ? incident at the present time. The Australian War Memorial Com mittee offered the film 'We of tho A.I.F..'' to the branch for screening at . v-^ . Hepty on February 5. 'It was decided to accept tho offer. The1 treasurer's financial statement , w . ; showed a credit of £20/4/7. Sale of - ?: poppies at Henty. realised £4/13/, . Yerong Crec'k £2/18/ ? and Pleasant Hills 14/. It was, resolved' that the .annual meeting ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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TALLANGATTA [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 3 January 1941

TALLANGATTA Tallangatta ibranch of 'R.S.L'. Com tvrts Fund 'has sent £550 to head quarters, Affilfcourne, £150 of which has ? been eannai'kecf fw furniishing tha R-.S.L. -war service fttft at Bonegilllai. At the monthly meeting of Eskdaje .: Butter Company, the price paid -for choicest hotter fat for the month was l/3.-jQwing to dry -weather conditions suj^pues nave lanun on cousiueru,uij(. -Mr. Gerald Duncan, Erinbank, has disposed of his dairy farm to Mr. G. La Fontainu, Mitta. Mr. Duncan- in- 1 tends ' residing in Melbourne. He was tendered a public farewell at Mitta. i :? At a congregational meeting of St. -v-. Andrew's Church, Tallangatta, it was. .? decided to extend a call to the Rov. W„ v : . ! Anderson, late of Regent. The call is in the'iiauds of the commissioners for , ; 'signature. , j - *| ?Geoffrey Bock, 14, son of M^^acl Mrs. H, Bock, Eskdale, has succ»i^-i in winning a scholarship at the South ^ Sieibourne Technical College. Whih- ?? ? I taking part in a school crick...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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WOOMARGAMA [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 3 January 1941

WOOMARGAMA ' I 'The . children's party -: which vMr. i 'C. P. Fairbairji : gives ?' annuallv-, v: was heM on Saturday.- ? Aftorv-all ^presbnt ' had enjoyed'; a/ picnic:-.. tea vMrs; Fairbairn. handed each, child ra? gift.-' . Mr/ Jordan thanked vMr. .-'and Mrs; ? - Fairbairn ? on behalf of .tho children, and' parents; ,Mr. and Mrs. 1-\ Hicks and the'r ?two soii3 motored. -to Sydncy.-on -'Mon- day to -spond itheir annual liolidav.'i' Mr. and Mrs.* G. P. Fairbairn, Mr. and Mrs,.: G. A . - Fai rbai rn.'. and- Mr. ; D. Faiibaiin niotoiod to Melbourne ioi Christmas; ' . ^ Fred Conipton, Melbourne, is stay ing with - his auin here. , : Pte.- R, Bent is . home- on Christmas leave.

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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ALMA PARK [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 3 January 1941

ALMA PARK At a ? meeting ,of the-::L.Y.P.S., Pastor S.tolz spoke on 'Advent - and Clicist mas. '.' No. 1 group provided the pro gramme, and items were: — Chorus, ?'.'The Brightest and; Best;.'?:*: members of group; solo,':' The First Noel, '' Mr. G. Kotzur; instrumental item;: /f Silent Night,' Messrs. L. Schneider and- G: Kotzur; recitation,' The Sunny Side/' Miss R: Kotzur; : duet,- 'The ' Saviour's Birth,?.' Misses M. and E...Kotzur; solo, with guitar accompaniment, '7oy : to the..1 '.World,- ' ' Misses R. and, E. 'Kotzur ; . double . duet, '.Temperance : Bells, 1' Misses R., M. and - E. Kotzur and- . V. Rochow; Christmas . carols .were . also sung. , .It was f'docided 'that . presenta tions be made'to -mombcrs- .who' are in tho A.I.F. ?:when?.vhbmo:;:on'.''finaMcave'.- Mrs. D. vSclijonkor. -is: a7' patient of the Henty- private . hospitalij '??? ?. Mrs.' A. R.: Yenseh, ;.with her ; two children,, .-.spent ^.Christmas- - v with; her parents, Mr. and Mrs; ' Ricliardson;' in Melbou...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 3 January 1941

^BlBD/rQcic'7 BB^albury W^NG AND DAY SCHOOL ?T FOR GIRLS ^Bergarten to Lo&ying Certificate Mfay Position.; 13 Acres of Ground K-jibigjuotlddy uo' «n-»3odso^j; HkK ' Principal : Brnfrss ANNA DUENNA X 'r.C.--T)i)j1oinn.»' (Edin.) ^^BBj^Bp^P^xcuv ?HHMHh,u i'|Y ^rf'hfr. v a r t h n 6 . I 0 , ^?BSPrTO; arrive J-penccr Strict .£ ^^^^^^Rindcrs Street 10.45. H^^^Bturn from Spcntor Street )-as- KHJr -will travel on 150 p.m. (Al Express), including Sunday, HiyS. ^Hriikets available fo: Return until ^^Kv.ivry 3, by till tn ins except tho ?0 up. 'Spirit, of .progress.' ? ^Tii'. eta now availal|c at Wodonga. Ifjaihvi y ' Statio'. ' Eaves from Aibury : Children under .16, 5/7; Senior Scholars, 16-22, 16/; adults, 21/. Pares from Wodonga : Children under 16, 5/1; Senior Scholars, 10-22, 15/; adults, 20/. .' Fares from Baniawnrtha : 6P:IMveu under ' 16, 4/10; Himior 16-22, 14/; adults, 1S/S. Fares from Chiltern : Child^^^^^rl 16, 4/9; Senior Scholars, adults, 18/. The EoyaT Life' Saving Soc...

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