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ARE YOU SURE? (Answers on page 20) [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
ARE YOU SURE ? (Answers on page 20) 1. What war made beards fashion able in England? 2. Wihich is— (a) The most southerly and (b) the most northerly point in Europe. . 3. What lemons port is nearly ( 1000 mil fro.n the sea? j 4. By what treaty, and When, did Canada bcccme Britifeh'? . » 5. Clearcole is — ;? Fuel, food, cocktail, paint, size. 6. Which is larger— Canada or the United States? Can you- give tha areas? ? - 7. Where is the popliteal space? S. What is the -Black Republic? 9. Walpurgis Night, when witches aro suppesed to walk, is — (a) New Year's Eve, (b) Midsummer Day, (c) May Day, (d) Twelfth Night. 10. Finish these quotations— (a) Know then thyself; presume not: God to scan, (b) Not once or twice in our rough island stOry, |(c) A youth who1 bore mid snow and ice, : 11. , What are the presenU-dajr names of— . (a). Siam, (b) Persia, ?? (c),: Angora/ (d) Manchuria. 1 ?12. A Wain Us a — ; (a) Weathercock, (b) wagon; - (c) medieval Headdress. ? 13. Wtio wrote these operettas^...
"ROCKY NED" [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
'ROCKY NED' - T The Old Rocky Ned of Thorpe McOon viUe's Wdld Australia Shew Here's a song of the buslnneu. ..to' you. Rocky Ned, '. - ? That tells of tho wide open ways, Wlhere as king of the ring 'neatlf. tliii. islcies overhead, You reigned in those halcyon days, r You were lord of the outlaws - for : - ? thii ty long years, - ' ' And the riders ., who : fanciod-vviitheir ; ^ skill, ( - Lost both prestige and pride .wlien asr ' iovor your ears, - ; . . From the saddle you tossed vtliein at ? -: will. ' -Thine was the wild spirit: of mountain and plains, The 'heritage bom of the free, The blood of the rebels that coursed through thy veins, Came down through tlic-agos to thee. Tlie long trek has ended. You? race . has been run, And you at sweet leisure may rest, In, the bends of the river . the 'goal you ?have won, Since old fellow you. gave, of your best. - - ? t The :old Murrumbidgee' 'steals; , onwards its course, - - j 1 ' ? Where .the birds trill their' .tunes on the trees, ~ ...
TRAINING PLANE HITS TABLE One Dead, Three Hurt [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
TRAINING PLANE HITS TABLE One Dead, Three Hurt - An R.A.F. pilot was killed and threo [others injured when a training plane crashed at Narandera training, school last Saturday. This was . announced by .the Air Boatd. ,. Sergeant Pilot Arthur Lloyd Bernard, Smith/ 24, married, of Darling Pointj Sydney, was killed. iThose injured were: — , . ,. jFlying- Officer D. T. Everett,- frac- - tured ankle, admitted to hospital; Ser geant Pilot D. ^.' Bourke, 38, of Essen don, Vic.; minor injuries; Leading Air craftman L. M. Ross, 22, of Balwyn, Melbourne, admitted to hospital^ Everett and Bourke were struck by thqi plane while they were: at a ground table which was being used as a flight * office. Ross was receiving instruction in the plane.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
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COUNTRY NEWS AND PERSONAL ITEMS RUTHERGLEN [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
CO U NTRY NEWS j AND PERSONAL ITEMS — . — w — ? ? From Special 'Banner' 'Corrfespoirdents. RUTHERGLEN , The. SOth annual regatta was held Wx 1-iuke Moodemere on New Year's Day. The attendance was much below other v years. . Bowing Events' — Junior -Pairs: Butliergleri-Lake .(M. . and J. Bourke/) ; time, -6.-21. Maiden Pairs-:. ?Nagambie 1, Eutherglen-Lake 2; time, (j.20. Mkiden Fours: Eutlierglen-Lake 1, -Nagambie 2; time, 5.0. Combination . : JFouesi 'G. II. Briggs' crew 1, E. Briggs' crew .2. Schools' -Championship Foot .race.* 1?. Buckingham. Throwing at '?Wicket .:??? S. Gliandler. Kicking Foot ball: W. Wood. ... On Christmas Eve, . the patriotic ??committee entertained soldiers due to ;go -overseas and presented Private ?Owens with a polished mirror and ?sheath. Major Chambers was also presented with a mirror.. The annual Boxing . Day picnic of the Carlyle Congregational Church was ? most successful on New Year's night. A patriotic carnival was held in the -park, and as a resul...
£300 PROFIT [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
£300 PROFIT A satisfactory balance-sheet was presonted at the meoting of the Wagga ' Police Spitfire Fund race meeting. The chairman of tho Muriumbidgee Turf Club (Mr. J. 0. Cos) announced a 'profit of £300, and a cheque was pre sented to the police fund for the pur chase of a ^Spitfire. - i Lucrative is again -in hand with a view to .autumn engagements. It is rumored that he is to be specially pre pared for the Newmarket Handicap and Futurity Stakes. | i .-.''i -- Jockeys to win doubles last Satur day were McCarten, Bartle and Cook (Moorefield), Hartney and, Badger (Moonee Valley), McGrowdie (Ascot, Qld°- v Procyon is an early whisper for the. Nowmarkot . consequent (upon * liis ^suc-y pess at tJio Valley. - - , ' I ? H Spear vale won, the January Handi cap at Ascot (Qld.), last Saturday from Warwich and Earl Eivoli. He ;burst a foot during the trip and blood was flowing wihen- ho returned to scale. Another Spearfelt to score at Ascot was 'Miles Falcon in tlie Welter Han-, dicap. *...
LAMBING PERCENTAGES [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
LAMBING PERCENTAGES - Tho Government Statistician. Mr. ? S. R. Carver, reports that „the number of lamba marked in N.S.W. in 193!M0 was 15,674.000, reproHentinsr 70.5 per cent, of the number of tho 22,232,000 ewex mated. Each of theso ? fiftures is the highest on record for this State. - O'oinparativo figures are as follow ' ? ? .- Per-, ? - Ewes .Lambs cent-ago Year Mated Marked Lambings 1935-31! ..19.132,000 11,338,000 69.3 1936-37 V. .21,260,000 14,331,000 67.4 1937-38 .. 20,481,000 13,045,000 63.7 1938-39 .. 17,671,000 9,286,000 52.5 1939-40 .. 22,232,000 15,674,000 70.5
Descended From Noted Clydesdale [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
Descended From Noted Clydesdale Mr; S. E. Gavin, of Ilazehvood Clydesdale Stud, Ariah Park, reports the arrival of three colts and a filly by Craigie Marshall (imp.), and a filly by Dunsyrc Idea (imp.). ?Both sires are by the. celebrated breeding sire Craigie Beau Ideal, whoso showyard honors includo the Highland and Eoyal English champion ships, as well as the supreme cham pionship at thg Glasgow. Stallion Show four years in-successibn. As a breeder, Craigie; Beau Ideal- has proved ?: a- most impressive sire, his produce being out standing, and bearing an extraordin ary family^ resemblance. They have won leading honors at all the principal shows in Scotland and England, and' have also been to the fore in the lead ing overseas exhibitions. One of tho eolts, by Craigie Mar shall, was out of Craigie Blossom (imp.), by Duniiiore Again. This made an average for tha ytbole district of about 8£ imshela per- a«re» Very little in the eastern. section1 had- failed or had to he fed. ? off* Mr...
RETURNS FROM DISTRICT CROPS Will Be Little Over Half Normal [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
RETURNS FROM DISTRICT CROPS ? fiS ? Will Be' Little Over Half Normal ?r * — — / V ? , r'''.' According to the December crop report prepared, by the senior district agriculture instructor (Mr. G. Bartlett),,, the average wheat yield for the whole district would, be: about 81]- bushels per acre— a little Over half the normal yi€ld- ia.1. J .. V . : The past season had been ond; of the driest years on record,- stated the report. The rainfall of J;he district of | Albury registered just over 14 inches for the year. Only on ono previous occasion during the last 70 years had I this been beaten and that was during '1938, when only 13 inches were re corded for the year. The past year had exceeded the 1902 ^ and 1914 drought years for . scarcity -y£ rain. Despite this, crops were, not alto gether failures, continued the report.' In fact, while some area? had to bo red off, the returns from the : district more than supplied seed. In the western portion, comprising Eingwood, Bidgeemia and Loek...
UPPER MURRAY [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
UPPER MURRAY Between £50 and £60 was made at the Bed Cross carnival held' at Tal malmo Homestead. Mr. E. Woodhous'e won the limerick competition. The clay pigeon shoot was won by Mr. B. Montgomery. Mrs. Strachan won a cake dish, Mrs. M. Anderson: bottle of wine. An excellent afternoon tea and supper was provided. Great credit is due to tliOi organiser and secretary, iMrs. Weir Hannah. Mrs. Stan O'Keefo has her sister, Mrs. Devereux, staying with her at Tooma- Station. Miss Fanny Eyan is also there. „ Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Browne, with their family, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Paton, Conara, for Christmas. Mr, and Mrs. Max Houston, with their baby son, have returned to Bur rowye after spending Christmas at Hay. Miss Jill Pounteney. ' of Oudgewa Station, has returned from Melbourne. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nicholls spent Christmas with Mr. Nicholls' parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nicholls, at 'Tho Falls,' Ournio.
Woman Injured Seriously In Holiday Smash [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
Woman Injured Seriously In Holiday Smash Two people were injured, one seri ously, when a car in which they .were travelling from Griffith to Sydney overturned on the -Sturt Highway . near Yarragundry, .12' miles from Wagga, on Monday. ? The injured were: James Benjamin . Prior, .- 60, ? of Griffith, abrasions to face and concussion; and Bridget Prior. 51. his -wife, fractured skull. severe shock. * . Mr. . and Mrs. Prior left Griffith for Sydney on tlireo months' holiday. When 12 milos, from Wagga their car skidded in loose gravel and overturned. Mrs. Prior was admitted to the Wagga Base Hospital in a serious con dition.
GEROGERY [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
* GEROGERY Mrs. Or. Gehrig was an inmate of the Albury Hospital, and is now. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. .L. G. Eutzou, Star Hotel, Albury. ' ' . .Mr. and , Mrs. A. -Abbott and' their son, Donald; are - spending a holiday in Melbourne. ?Mrs. J. Ward, of -Melbourne, and her daughter, ;Marlene, are spending a holiday with Mr;, and Mrs. C. C. Ab bott, -' ' ' Hazeldean. ' ' i ' Mr. II. Sol vberg, Melbourne, is the guest- of Mr. r and Mrs. W.' F. Heppner. Mr. and Mrs. W. Kohn spent Christ mas at- Junee with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mathews. Miss Betty Wibberley is spending a holiday in Melbourne. Messrs. C. and A. Zieboll, Loekhart, speiity Christmas with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Ziebell, at the Gero gei-y Hotel. Private L. Danrtridgo and Mrs. Dan dridgo spent a holiday in Melbourne. Mr. O. Darling, Albury, spent Christ mas with- Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Griffiths. ? Mr. and Mrs. M. Millay are. receiv ing congratulations on the birth of a daughter. : Mr.' A . Taylor, of ...
A.J.C. Double FIRST DAY, SATURDAY, JAN. 25 CHALLENGE STAKES—6 fur. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
A.J.C. Doubfe riRST i)A|Y, SATURDAY, JAN. 25' CHALLENGE 'STAKES— 6 fur.' j ?st. lb.' High Caste ? ? ... .. .. 10 8 Beiaulivre .. .. .?.? /* ,, -- 9 12 Gold Saluto ? ? 1 1 1 9 12 Trimmer . . . . . . . .9 $ Ensign. .. ,S) '4 Vergure ? 8 13 Caesar ? ? ? 81 13 Penthides ! ? 8 11 Brazaudt ? 1 ? 8 10 Adios .. ? ? ; . i ..... 8 9 Flying Knight -;v ; 8 7 Session ? ' ? ? 8 6 Red Tliespiau ? 8 5 Petruchio 8. 2 Jazbeau ? 8 0 Bramol 7 11 Tuhitarata ; . . . ' . . . 7 7 Tarn '7 5 Forward . 7 5 Wairelta . . . .j . . . . . . . . 7 5 Gallant . . . 7 5 Many Ways ? 7 4 Panchio . . . . . . . : . . . : 7 4 Pen ? ? 7 2 Winifred ? 7 2 Anne ? 7 2 Valve .. .v ? ? 7 2 Panturn .. .. 7^2 Postman ? ? ' 7 0 Grand Billy . . ? ? 7 0 Miss Pentheus ? 6 12 Rodrigo ? ? 6 11 Happy Bay ? .' ? 6 11 Shot Gun ? 610 Victorine ? ? 6 10 Valcello ? G 9 Yuletide ? 6 7 Caipe Amber . . ? 6 7 La Capitana ? ? ? ? 6 7' Insignia ? 6 7 Electra . . .; ? ? ? . . 6 7 St. Elmo ? 6 7 SECOND! DAY, MONDAY, JAN. 37 ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP — ljm....
HENTY [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
HENTY Before -her marriage to Corporal N. M. -Appelt, Miss lien Hanclcle was tendered a kitchen tea at the home of Mr. and'Mrs. A. Schuster. The even ing was spent in cards and games. After supper the chairman ., .(Mr. E. Hanckle) presented the guest, With 'a table of gifts^: and wished her every happiness : for the future. Other speak ers Avere Messrs. Ar. VKlemke, O. A. Twartz, E. Bahr, and Miss Pagcn steelier. - ? Mr. D. Sharp has enlisted' with the A.I.F. and lias ;gone into camp at tho AVagga showground's. Miss Bab ottc Hughes, of Eose Bay, Sydney, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A L. Haberecht, Henty. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Brown-' are visit ing Sydney./ ' ... Mrs. .Sanders, of Sydney,; is visiting Mr. . and Mrs. Harry Barns, Henty. ? - Mr. J. L. Thiemann . lias - returned from Melbourne. . ? Mr. s. Watson and liis . .daughter Isobel are . spending a. holiday- at Tum- i bahimba ar. the guests of Miss Wat- 1 son's fiancee, Mr. H; Wolter.' - . I Aircraftsman Beg. Elb'orn,, B.A.A.F., ] h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
O Reasons CJP for appointing Perpetual Trustee Company Limited Your Executor and Trustee _ 1. The management of Estates is it3 . central and ' primary purpose. Its service is 'perpetual. ? - 2. It is not subject to the' disadvantages ? of illness or old age. - 3. It is never absent, but always avail able for consultation. ' 4. It is familiar with all income, inheri tance, gift, property and. taxation problems. ^ 5. It has the background of morajHjian 50 years' experience in the handling -of country as well as city estates. 6. It has gained the confidence of tha public to such a degree that it handles Trust Funds amounting to £57,500,000. 7. i Its organisation is such that the size of an Estate does not govern the quality of its administration. v 8. The Capital and Reserves of the Gpm- : pany, amounting to £479,226. preside tangible security for its integrity. It&ljih- called capital of £800,000 is an additional . safeguard. Write for a copy of 'Your Executor and Trustee' tha...