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39-BUSHEL CROP AT RUTHERGLEN Notable Dry Season Wheat Yield [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
39-BUSHEL CROP AT RUTHERGLEN - ♦ ? Notable Dry Season Wheat Yield ... * . Although ? rainfall to tho end of November was only 10 Jin., the win: riing ' crop in the, Rutherglen wheat competition was estimated to yield nearly 13 .bag's (39 bushels) an acre. It was entered by Mr. T.\ Fishor (Brown's Plains) and was Dundee varipty. The paddock on which this crop was grown . had been an old vineyard, fairly regularly cropped in a wheat falFow rotation during the . past 20 years, states the judge (Mr. J. .A. Morrow, manager of the Rutliorglen Experiment Farm). )Mr. G. R. Pearce (Rutherglen) gained second place with an entry of Baldmin, and Messrs. Dunn isros. ' crop of Dundee was awarded third place.
RADIO PROGRAMMES PERSONALITIES PARAGRAPHS 2AY Harmony In the Home Club A LETTER FROM JEAN [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
[?] programmes personalities PARAGRAPHS t§ 2AY Harmony In the. Home 'Club ? ' ' , ' ' » - : ' - A LETTER EJROM JEAN T)EAR 'MEMBERS —Woll it is Janu ary 10, 1941, and I wonder lio\v j :. many of ua have mado our New Year. ? resolutions. You may say that it is no ! good making them because ' you al- | , ways manage to break them, but you i must remember there is always an- 1 . other day to try again and again. | I-.^Jiink one resolution every woman ! shopld make for 1941 is that she will do' all in her power to Help Britain win 'the war. There are manv Ways to do this — and rich and poor1 alike can j do their share. If you cannot give money, then with a little sacfiilce you can give your services in lots of ways. There are the soldiers' comforts to attend 'to, knitting (we always have wool in the studio) ; baking (every soldier appreciates a hamper), and letler writing (when the boys are ^'fcseas they always look forward to time and are often disappointed | when they find that there i...
2AY PROGRAMME FRIDAY, JANUARY 10 [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
2AY PROGRAMME FRIDAY, JANUARY 10 , -.-? 7.0 - a.m., Early Morning Review; 7.15, , . Prairie Melodies; 8.15, Business Girls' Ses ?v i :.;:'8ion ; 8.30, Hospital Cheer; 8.45, Overseas News j 9.15, 'Betty and Bob'; 9.30, Mothers' v Melodies; 9.45, Wodonga Session; 10.15, 'Har- mony in the Home' Session, conducted by . , Jean; 10.30, Harmony Highlights; 11.0, Morn ing Tea with Margo; 11.20, Home Furnish ing; 11.45, Mid-Morning Melodies; 12.30 p.m., - Luncheon Music; 1.30, Swing Session; 5.30,' Children's Session ; 6.0, Dinner Music ; 7.0, v. National News Service Commentary; 7.20, 'ALBURY BANNER' NEWS SERVICE; 7.30, _ 2AY Sporting Session, Farmers' News Service; 8.30, 'Fred and Maggie Everybody'; , 8.45; Dance Programme; 9.0, 'Pivot' Dancc . Time; 12.0, Close, , SATURDAY, JANUARY 11 ?7.0-11.0 a.m., See Friday morning; 11.30, ? Hospital Session; 12.30 p.m., Luncheon ; ' Music; 5.30, Children's Session; 6.0, Dinner Music: 6.45, Sporting Session; 7.0, National News Service Commentary ; 7.2...
IN THE GARDEN Seasonal Work In the Fernery [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
| IN ' 1 | THE | I GARDEN I Notes By 'Boronia.' Seasonal Work In the Fernery This week I would like to offer a few suggestions regarding seasonable work in the fernery. Most gardeners possess^ a ' fornery of some description— r*many. are goofl, others not so good, while a number, by reason of the way they are built and the position they occupy, will always- be ? a disappointment, n should bo remembered that two of tlie most important points in the culture of ferns and similar subjects is overhead protection fi'dm: the heat of the sum mer sun and1 side protection -from tioth cold and -hot winds. , -Many .-..ferneries'' arc : -built-, in that narrow space which is often present between .a fence and: a house/ and un less properly protected at each end, are subject to a 'constant draft -,o'f both hot and cold ' air. ? Under.^ these conditions it is almost hopeless to, . expect, any thing -.but 'the hardiest of plants to live, let alono, thrive and: give . good .results. At the present t...
SALES OF DALKEITH STUD SHEEP [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
SALES: OF DALKEITH SJUD SHEEP .Four: yearling vBorder Leicester, stud; rams have, been transferred by Mr. A. S. Brunskill, of Dalkeith stud, Wagga, to Mr. J. D:;-' McGrath,- - of Douston Eoad, Kingsford.- ? In addition, : Mr. Brunskill has , trans ferred 40 under- 2-year-old ewes to Mr. C. H. J. : Schmidt, of :,Merridong, Manildra. : ' ' . , - ' : - . The exors. of tlie estate of . late W. Wilson, Riverside, Wagga, liave^ also purchased two 1-year-old' : rams -from Mr. Brunskill. ' They are Dalkeith Nos. 801 and 830. ? Messrs.JEY C. Rowlands and; S'ons, Ltd., of Werribee, Waugoola,- report the sale of seven under 2-year-old ewes from their Romney Marsh stud to Mr. D. Cram, Beehive Farm, Young.
MEDICAL ADVICE IN THE OUTBACK Telephone Linked With Radio [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
MEDICAL ADVICE IN THE OUTBACK Telephone Linked With Radio The telephone service . . from Ade- : laide to .-. Broken Hill was recently - li nice d.^with- the wireless equipment at the Flying Doctor's base 'at Bioken Hill for-/, the ^purpose of transmitting 1 . medical advice to a lonely part of tha ( ountrv, a . r-.. r . a . wr^Aa ...... happened to be in Adelaide when, a call came by.^pedal wireless from tho s.on of a- sick' man 150 miles north of Broken Hill. Dr. --jWoods ' Ayas , . communicated- with. . , . ' ??:. by telephone-.- and lie .spoke ,:,;directly . ? ?to/tPincallyi.jStation, which 'iiSv lO. miles : awaj' from tlie home of the sick man. A diagnosis was made, and . Dr. rWoods'deft vAdelaido.-'in .the: aerial am ?.bulance- vto ;.: complete ; ; the : . - treatment, buty-'because ; of: bad '-weather; he was ?recalled' - tor Parafield - ' aerodrome-: by ?radio.!;'-:-JThis:'i;conversation t\vas over heard :vat Broken ::Hill;b.ase,i and' the wireless : -operator called Dr. Macl...
Death of Centenarian [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
Death of Centenarian Mr, . Charles Wooster, of Wjallamba River,. New South Wales, hasydied, at the age of 107 years. \ He , claimed to bo a direct, descendant of Sir Charles ' Brandon, Earl of Suffolk, who ;mar ried Ann Tudor,: sister : of King Henry VIII.' He also claimed to be the oldest sailor and soldier in Australia.'
London Office Of N.Z. Loan Burned [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
London Office Of N.Z. Loan Burned - Mr. E. S. McDonald, manager of the Albury, branch of -the New Zealand Loan and M.A. Co. Xitd., lias received a copy of tho following cable from the London office: — 'Our office burned. Staff all safe. . Temporary London ad dross care- of Australian ? Mercantile Land and Finance -,COi. Ltd., -at Coleman street.' Mr. McDonald' has 'also ' been in formed that ;the ? . Australian. ? general manager has : sent: a . ruessago : to. the London fiffice, ? expressing, relief at the safet v of ' the' staff, ??-and-, (leep sympatliv for them in : tho dnngerous - conditions Unclor which : they . aro Avorking. ... 1
ARE YOU SURE? ANSWERS Questions on page 13) [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
ARE YOU SURE? ANSWERS Questions on page 13) v 1. Crimean War. 2. (a) Cape Tarifa, Spain; (b) North Cape, Norway. . 3. Montreal. ' , ? 4. Treaty of Paris, '17(53. 5. Size to prevent oil1 paint . sinking in. :G. U.S., 3,738,000 square ' miles; Canada, 3,700,000 square miles. .. 7. Hollow behind the 'knee. 8. Hayti. 9. May Day. 10. (a) The proper study of man kind is man. (b) The path of duty was the way to glory, (c) A banner with this strange device. 11. (a) Thailand, (b) Iran, (c) Ankara, (d) Manchukuo. 14. Wagon. - - ? i 13. Franz Lehar, Oscar Straus. 14. Cabriolet, perambulator, spatter dashes, Consolidated .Funds. 15. Aberdeen. .'10. (a) Shelley, (b) Shakespeare (sonnet), (c) -Longfellow. 17. (a) Robespierre, (b) Charles II, (c) Pitt, (d) Napoleon. IS. All of them.
AFTER THE WAR Australia Will Be In Happy Position BECOMING MORE SELF-RELIANT [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
AFTER THE WAR Australia Will Be In Happy Position BECOMING MORE SELF RELIANT (By Paui Clieyne, Secretary Australian Development League) ' In the construction of the £3,000,000 naval graving dock in Sydney Harbour, Australian materials will be used by Aus tralian workmen. . Australian engineers will direct all opera tions. Our factories, therefore, have proved a boon not only to the Commonwealth but to the Empire. Owing to their exist ence Australia is now providing not only means for its own de fence but is aiding the mother land with war supplies. ? - lHad it not been for our splendid secondary industries this graving dock could not have been commenced. Great Britain, engaged' in a titanic struggle, has neither the materials, the engineers, nor the men to spare for such a task. Appreciation was re cently expressed by responsible per sons in the homeland that our fac tories were iiii a position to supply not only our defence requirements but to send war material overseas. . Our ship...
Produce Of Farleton Camp Favourite [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
Produce Of Farleton Camp Favourite -.;.'.A'^arleton-''Oamp:- Favourite is the sire of ? seven fillies ; and a colt 'which - tar-: rived in -recent weeks in - the 'Mower- dale Clydesdale stud of Mr. H. ' J. Heath, The r Wilga's,v Barollan.';. - Farle- ton ^ Camp.ITavorito is a :sonv of ;Crystal Tide (imp.)/ Clydesdale ??' enthusiasts will .remember' Crystal Tide;- as- : the Sydney Royal. Show ? ; champion ??from- 11)30 to 1932. inclusive. Manv of 'his progeny have won in. the open and sires' produce 'sweepstakes classes at Sydney. He was sold' in '1936 to Mr. 'J. T. Scrymgcour; . the v Poll - : ShorthWn breeder, of Notherby-, 'Warwick, ..Queensland, v *? . [
DRINKING AFTER HOURS CAUSE OF ACCIDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
DRINKING AFTER HOURS , CAUSE OF ACCIDENTS Belief that after-hour drinking caused many traffic accidents was ex pressed by the Victorian Commissioner of Police (Mr. A. M. Duncan), when statistics covering the activities of tho licensing, gaming and vice police dur ing 1940 were released. Prosecutions by the. gaming polico during 1940 numbered 1135, and £11.KR1 whs naid in fines to the Crown as a result. A total of £247 was seized by the police. There were; 4430. licensing prosecu tions, and fines totalled £6110, of which £2770 was paid for sly-grog offences. Activities of the vice squad led to 451 prosecutions, for which fines totalling £1352 were paid, including £405 paid by convicted sellers of cocaine. Packets of 6pcaiiio seized numbered 235.
ECHUCA'S WATER SUPPLY Tainted By Algae [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
ECHUCA'S WATER SUPPLY I Tainted By Algae EGHUCA.' — For some weeks past Echuca residents have been greatly, in convenienced by the presence of algae in the Murray River water supply. Be sides having a decidedly unpleasant taste, the water has. also a - distinct odor, and it is practically impossible for any person to drink it unless suf fering from extreme thirst. Tea made with the water is affected., as jiKuwiso aji louastmis . tnat ' nave oeen cooked in the water. . Before algae made its first .appear ance, following .the construction, of the Hume Reservoir, the purity of the Murray water was : beyond question, and for that reason most householders depend solely upon.:it .for drinking and; I cooking purposes. These people have not tanks, and consequently arc the most affected. 'The mayor (Cr. L. J'. Lia) stated i that the council intended to take, the matter up. :It is considered by ; resid-, ents, considering there* is an' authority which controls the Murray Riv-\r,' lliat it sho...
ENGAGED to MARRY [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
ENGAGED I 1 to MARRY | I .u _ ta i. iMary , Laurel (Molly), only ? daughter, ? of Mr..-, and Mrs. G. -JVIiiler, - Smollett - , ?: ?.? . street,. Albury, to John; Berkley, only ' :'.,??????',??.?(; son; of -Mr. and Mrs.' II. Lambert/; Olive - , ' 'J: street, Albury. , Catherine, younger daughter of Rob- ert and the late Mrs. Seaton, of "Ire- &nbsp; &nbsp; lough," Sandy Creek, to William Ber- &nbsp; &nbsp; nard, fourth son of the, late B. T. and of Mrs. Mullavey, of "Green Bank," Mullengandra. &nbsp; r, ; Sheila- 'Kathleen/ youngestY daughter - 1 -ot;;Mrs.vC;:Kcmp,. Crisp-street, .Albury, ? *1 and - Bernard ' Alexander'/ .youngest s son S of Mrs. 'H. Taylor, Marino' Parade, | Bronte, Sydney. - | .. '.iLoisiJessic/youngei^.daughter Mr. ' K and, - Mrs. i A; .-Hollands/ Tawbnga/ :and ' ?*. :: 1 David, eldest- s'on of Sir. and. ijrs. D, | Gibson, Dandenong.^ ^ | Miry Elizabeth (Betty), only daugli- . I tei of Major and Mis. J. S. Dooley, of | Leeton...
TEAM WORK IN AGRICULTURE THE START OF FIELD WHEAT COMPETITIONS [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
TEAM WORK 1 AGRICULTURE ? ? B ? THE START OF FIELD ' ' WHEAT COMPETITIONS r (By Gr. W. Walker, Director of Lindley 'Walker' Wheat 'Co. Ltd.) ' In the blackest days of the Great War in 1916, wheatgrow ers responded eagerly to the efforts put forward by the Royal Agricultural Society, .in com bination with country agricul tural associations, to initiate field wheat competitions. This wartime experiment quickly proved a very practical way of demonstrating the edu cative value of healthy competi tions, and the 24 years that have intervened have not lessen ed then* value, but increased their popularity with all sec tions of the public — and parti cularly the wheatgrowers in every wheatgrowing centre of the State. ; That field wheat competitions are growing, in .popular -favor is provedby the .pamphlet just, issued, by the Royal Agricultural Society,:' which sura-, marises the judges' . reports in connec tion with the competitions. held by 47 agricultural associations, this year. Great cr...