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OBITUARY MR. A. H. BRAY [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
OBITUARY MS. A. H. BRAY Mr. Arthur Ilulance Bray, 'Brun- ja,' Corowa, 0110 of the oldest, most ?widely-known and highly respected residents of the town and district, died 'in the Corowa hospital last Sun ' day morning. Mr. Bray, who was 86 years of age, was born in Geclong, and educated at the Geelorig. 'Grammar ^ School, and later the Melbourne Uni versity. A Government surveyor, Mr. Bray worked for years in Broken Hill and various other parts of the 'State, and was the first engineer appointed ?uy ine uoreen. omre anu. wo, muui ? cipality of Corowa. He held, his municipal position until he retired, when he purchased 'Bijiji,'.-' on tho Oalclands-road, seven miles from' ' Corowa, on tho Yarrawonga-road, and named it 'Brunja.' Here he resided until he went into hospital a few days ago/- Mr. Bray was an excellent townsman, and was president of the Corowa Pastures Protection Board for ' about 15 years. He resigned some years ago. Ho was a -member of the ; Land Board, and; was also a m...
WALLA [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 10 January 1941
WALLA ' '.A fire broke' out in an oufcbuildiugi on the premises of Mr. B. Shirmeiyi ' Walla, where a quantity of furniture | was stored. A large number oif fire-' fighters were soon on the scene; most , of whom were from the: tennis courts, ? where a tournament was-, in progress. Most of. the -furniture was destroyed, but after a strenuous fight ;the fire was rvilt n.it- : ' ??????- ; The Eev. and Mrs. J. Stolz/ambeing ,??? congratulated: on the ? ibirth -of a daughter. ?:r Mr. and Mrs. ? P. 'Capes and Mrs. ? 'Capes, snr., _o£--'Eenmark . i('S.A:), were' the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Dowling. for 'the holidays. iMjss Beryl McCrolian, of Sydney spent .'Christmas with her parents at Walla. ' Misses Valmaie and Dawn Wenke, : Melbourne, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Smith. , Mr. and Mrs. B. Forge and famjly ? motored to Loekhart for -the holidays. Mr. Harold. Mclntyre and Miss Nell .Gowrie, Albury, spent 'Christmas with Mr. and Miss 'Mclntyre, 'Tliornleighy' Walla. . Mr. and Mrs...
Daily Irregularity THE BANE OF MANY FOLK [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
Daily Irregularity THE BANE OF MANY FOLK Daily irregularity, or in other words —Constipation — makes you dull, list less/i sluggish, irritable, and produces headaches. It leaves an unpleasant taste in .the mouth, gives you a tired out feeling and weakens your resistance to colds and other germ diseases. ?To combat Constipation don't use drastic purgatives that sicken and gripe you. Keep to the good old family medicine, Dr. Morse's Indian Koot Pills, which have proved their merit year in and year out. They are purely vegetable, help to promote daily regu larity, and act on the liver and kidneys.
Wants Words Of Song Bringle P.O., via Gundagai. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
Wants Words Of Song Bringle P.O., via Gundagai. Dear Uncle,— A long time has elapsed since 1 last wrote to you. We have had lovely rain herp. So far we have had 111 points; and it is raining to-day, but we need it badly. My father is stripping his wheat now. Would some kind cousin please send me the words of 'There's a Boy Coming Home On Leave'? Congratu lations to Majorie McCrum, Bernice Bahr and Betty Condon for. winning the honor certificates. I have .two pen-friends' now, Shirley Hendric, of Albury, and Vera Kot?ur, of Walla Walla. They both write 'very good letters. I camo first in the examina tion -in my class at school. J. will be in 'sixth class when we go batik. I re ceived two books, one for sewing and the other for my exam. I/, must close now, wishing Aunty and the, nineteen the best of luck.— Your loving ? niece, '^?::-P''i''':'-^-\- :???? 'SNdWDEOP.'' ' (Congratulations . to ;you,, too, Patricia, 'I -am very /pleased to hear that the cousins : are doing so . well . in t...
GOERING BUYS JEWELS IN LONDON [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
— GOERSNO — (By Air 'Mail From Our Special . . - Correspondent.) LONDON.— People in Eng land are asking if there is any truth in a sensational story, at tributed to a London diamond merchant and just published, concerning the alleged treasure hoardings of Nazi chiefs. It is said that 12 months ago — just after the war began— Marshal Goering bought in Lon don a pearl necklace worth £25,000. It is now safely locked up in the vaults of an Italiar bank. Shortly afterwards h e bought an emerald and diamond 'suite' consisting of a necklace, ear-rings and brooch valued sd £100,000. That suite is safe in Italy. ' ' . . These deals were made, it is declar ed, through Hatton-garden, centre of London's jewellery trade. It is esti mated that the total value of the jewels' deposited in Italy or in neutral countries by Goering amounts to some thing between £500,000 and £1,000, .000. These jewels all 'went off the market' in the same period— about a year ago. At the time the name of the purchaser ...
NARANDERA [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
NARANDERA Having been transferred to 'Sydney to complete his training as a fitter at the Eveleigh workshops, Mr. Ted Kemp was entertained by a large num iber of friends at the home of his parents and presented with a safety razor and case. Mr. Geo. Parker, who several years ago was on the staff of the Narandera I.H. School, has been appointed to the charge of the Goondiwindi Public School. . . Mrs. Bellman, of Melbourne, is' visiting relatives and friends in Naran dera. Mr. E. Norris, who has been sta tioned in Narandera for the past .three years in the railway service, has been transferred to Moree. Mr. Les Graham, formerly of the Narandera branch of the Commercial Bank, now of the Bank's relieving staff and stationed at Leeton, visited Narandera on 'Sunday for the O'Farrell Cup cricket match. The vital statistics for Narandera for the quarter ended December 31, 1940, were : Births, males 27, females 22j deaths, males 15, females 5; mar riages, 11. For the third year in succession ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
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NARANDERA MUNICIPAL COUNCIL ESTIMATES [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
NARANDERA MUNICIPAL COUNCIL ESTIMATES NARANDERA.— Estimates, adopted by the Municipal Council make provi sion for the levying of rates for 1941 as follows: General fund, general' rate of 8:ld. in the £ on the unimproved capital value of all rateable land within the municipality with the exception' of urban farm land's on which a rate of 4 1-8 d. in the £ on the u.c.v. will tbe levied. Municipal building! loan rate of 5-8d. in the; £ on the u.c.v., and sportsground grandstand loan' rate of 3-20d. in the £ on the u.c.v.- of ail rateable land within the municipality. Sanitary charg'e of £1/15/ per annum, additional services 9d. each. Garbage charge of 12/6 per annum, additional services 3d. each. Street' Lighting:' Local fund, street lighting local rate of 1 3-8d. in the £ on the unimproved caipital value of all rateable land within the street lighting local area. Water Supply Local Fund : Water supply local rate of 3d. in the £ on the unimproved capital value of all land rateable^ for...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
BAT.ES BY AUCTION GOLDSBROUGH MORT AND COMPANY LIMITED Head Office : 526 Bourke Street, Melbourne Branches throughout Victoria and New South Wales. Fortnightly Sales of Sheep and Cattle conducted at Albury and Wodonga CLEAEING AND LAND SALES A SPECIALITY Local Agents : C. L. KING & Co., Albury Phone 506 PRELIMINARY NOTICE 1 CLEARING SALE OF THE WELL-KNOWN 'WANERA' CLYDESDALE STUD On account of MESSES. E. F. HODGES & SONS, -'Wanera,' Cookamidgera. -%» WEDNESDAY, 12th FEBRUARY rjiHE offering will comprise the whole of the Stud of Pedigreed Clydesdale HORSES as well as a, number, of first--elass Working- HOESES and FAEM ING PLANT, HAENESS, CHAINS, etc.,- also. 2000 MIXED SHEEP to be drafted. ? Full details will ibe advertised in later issues. (Parkes Horse Sale will be held on following day.) THE! COMMONWEALTH WOOL & PEODUCE Co. Ltd., Sydney; and LA-NfiLANDS HANLON CO.; Parkes. Agents in conjunction. ' : ? ' ? BUSINESS ' ANNOUNCEMENT John McNamara and Coy. Pty. ...
Boycott On Beer At Narandera HIGH COST OF LIVING ATTACKED [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
Boycott On Beer At Narandera HIGH COST OF LIVING ATTACKED NARANDERA.— -Beer has been declared 'black' at Naran dera, following a well attended meeting of farmers and citi zens, who -adopted resolutions supporting the action. One resolution provides for action to be taken to combat the increased cost of living in Narandera, when the 'beer strike' is won.' Resolutions adopted were:— - 'That wti, members of- unions, farmers and citizens of Narandera, de clare we stand four square behind the railwaymen in their fight against the brewery monopolies and express our determination to refrain from drink ing 'beer until such -. ..^tima- as the U.L.V.A. reverts to ' tire prewar measures.,' 'That all ibeer ibe declared 'Mack' until such times as the hotelkeepers provide the stamped imperial half pint and pint.' 'That any employee dismisseil while this dispute is on bo reinstated after the settlement and, if not re instated; we refrain fronr$£|rf)nising the persons concerned.' '0^ - 'That when t...
Soldiers To Pay Taxes Probable Deputation To State Treasurer [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
Soldiers To Pay Taxes Probable Deputation To State Treasure!' Soldiers in the citizen, garri son, and home defence forces will pay their first tax deduc tion to-day (Friday). Pay Corps staffs are working day and night to complete pay-book en tries. According to 'the schedule issued to Pay Corpus officers, soldiers subsistence allowances are taxable. An unmarried major, whose daily rate of pay is 30/, and who is paid 2/5 a day subsistence and child will pay 6/10 wage tax fort night. This is made up of. £3/6/ Federal taxation and 17/10 State wage tax. The subsistence allowance is ,paid to men living at home, for board and lodgings,- fares, and meals at work. Froni his pay of £5/3/10 a fortnight (including .2/5 a day subsistence),' c private with a wife and child will pay 4/ wage- tax. A corporal with a wife and cild will pay 6/10 wage tax fort nightly. Some examples of taxes on men with two dependents and receiving 2/5 a day . allowance are: — , . Total ?; Fortnightly Federal Total Ra...
SPRINGHURST [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
SPRINGHURST A farewell social was tendered Mr. A. EoyJance, a member of transporta tion staff for the past three years. Mr. J-. Burns occupied the chair and spoke in eulogistic terms of the guest, both as a railway official and a citi zen. He was supported by Messrs. W. Tait, W. Dawson, G. W. Barnett, W. Canning, T. Kirk, F. Schlue, D. Dono van, J. Berry, McDonald, Willis, Chandler, Hay and Wighton. Mr. Burns then presented Mr, Eoylance with a wallet, of notes. Mr. Eoylance responded. Harmony was rendered by Mr. C. Humphry's and Mr. Joe At tridge. 'Mr. Eoylance has been pro moted to Clarkefield. Cricket. — A team of cricketers from 'Corowa paid a visit to Springhurst on Sunday and played a local team. The match resulted in a draw. Scores: — Springhurst, 7 wickets for 137 . (Jerry Humphrys 68 not out, Herb Humphrys 33); Corowa 191. A dance and euchre party held at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. S. Hum phrys last Saturday night, in aid of the Eed Cross. The euchre prize was won by Mr. ...
SCHOOL IN RAILWAY CARRIAGE For Children In The Outback [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
SCHOOL IN RAILWAY CARRIAGE ? .Q. ? For Children In The Outback ? To meet .the needs of the children , of ? fettlers at Darnick, the Education De partment 'has arranged with tho Rail ways Department to convert a disused railway carriage into a schoolroom, with temporary living accommodation for- the' teacher. (Darnick is a small siding on the Parkes-)Brokcn Hill railwav. about 40 mile3 from Ivanhoo'and 150. miles from Broken Hill.' Parti of the carriage 'will be fitted with desks,1 scats, blackboard, and other school equipment, and a smaller section will be furnished as a sitting-room and bedroom for the teacher., . -. The railway carriage will be placed on a siding, and be available for re moval, to another centre if found neces sary. At present there are nine chil dren of school age and four others be low five years. Railway cars are al ready in use as mobile workshops for technical education, but this is the first time one has been used as a primary school. .'..?? I
COUNTRY NEWS (Continued) GEROGERY [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
[?] (Continued) ? : ? GEROGERY At the monthly meeting of the Gero geiy branch of the Bed Cross, the president (Mrs. A. J. Hafner) ex pressed her regret at the small atten dance at the meeting. Out of a mem bership of nearly 70 only seven were present. It is hoped that members will become more enthusiastic this year and come along to the meetings and help to carry on the work of this worthy cause. Donations were received from the following: — De Little and Menlove1 (sale of wool) £3/3/8, Mr. I. J. Irvine 6/, Mr. E. Swan 2/, Mrs. De Little one lielmet. The second round, of the Hume Tennis Association commenced on Saturday. Gerogery Blues defeated Burrumbuttock iby 14 sets to 4 sets, E.'L.'O. defeated Gerogery Eeds by 5 games, Glenellen Greens defeated Walla Blues by 11 sets to 7 sets, AValla Eedj^igfeated Glenellen Golds by 13 sets £o 5 sets. Next Saturday Gerogery Eeds are at home to Jindera. _i_ ? -A_ Gerogery Blues -a bye. .Glenellen Golds lay Burrumbuttock. Glenellen Greens have t...
HOLBROOK [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
HOLBROOK The Holbrook Shire Hall was pack ed- for the public farewell to several members of the A.I.F. home on leave recently. The function was under the auspices of the Holbrook 2nd A.I.F. Farewell and Reception sCommittee and its president (Mr. Neil Ross) occupied the chair. Those farewelled were:— Sgt. I. MaoLachlan, Cpl. J. Hore, Ptes. G. Fynney R, Joyce, R, S. Kubank, D. Fairlie, J. Jones, Sappers W.'Cottrell, C. King, Gnrs. E. and A. McKinley. All were presented with suitable gifts from the committee and comforts from the Comforts Fund. Mrs. J. Sim and her daughter are on holidays. Mrs. -E. C. Sheather and her small daughter, Pamela, are holidaying at Rose (Bay, Sydney. Misses Joan and Norma Pazzi have been spending a few days with Mrs. ?M. Pazzi. ?Mr. Joe Bates, Pte. J. Toner, Mrs. E. Toner, Mr. and Mrs. Cec. Field and family,' have returned after holidaying at St. Kilda. . Mrs. W. E. Hellyer, of Culcaim, spent a few days with her mother, Mrs. E. J. Furze, Murray-street. Mr. ...