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CATTLE PRICES DO[?] [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
CATTLE PRICES Etf^t. ' Values in the cattle section receded from tho high figures of last -week. Bullocks- wore £1 a head .cheaper and light cattle 10/ a head. 109 owners sent- in 1904 fats and 233 stores— about 150 head in excess of tho num ber drawn for. Quotations.: Best heavy-weight bul locks and steers, '£19 to £20-^. (nfla higher); .best medium-weights. lyfllqcks and steers, £16 to' £17/10/;- - ibest light-weight bullocks and. stoors, £15,to £1'6; heavy-weight cows and heifers, - £14 to £17; medium yearlings arid vealers, £10 to £13; lightweight yearling's and vealers/ £9 to £10. Prices per 1001b.: 'Heavyweight beef, 51/ to ,'52/j best medium weight beef, 56/ 'to 58/;' best ..light weight becfj 57/ to 59/; best cow and heifer beef, 50/ to 52/; best yearlings and vealers, 54/ to. 56/. (Commercial 'continued on next page). W.S.W. Faping Big Deficit.'— ^Figures issued by the State Treasury 'show that expenditure in N.S.W. for tho six mjpitlis lit' the financial year — July 1 ? to...
WODONGA PIG AND CALF MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
WODONGA PIG AND CALF , ' MARKET The associated agents report having held their fortnightly sale of pigs, and calves at the municipal yards, Wodonga, last Monday, January 13, when they offered 1665 fat pigs and 430 store P'ig's; also 210 calves. FAT PIGS.=-^There 'was again a very heavy penning submitted to a good attendance of buyers from Syd ney and Melbourne; also Dandenong, Wangaratta and AVagga bacon fac tories as well as the local trade. Quality baconerg were scarce, many pens being unfinished. The market opened to animated competition, and well finished pigs made a substantial rise. There was a big number of porkers penned, but prime porkers were in the minority, and many lacked finish. Aralues for prime baconers were 4/ in advance, ani^ -J^the porker section prime quality 'tvo..',3/ above the previous market. Best baconers, £4/5/ -to £4/13/6; modium, £3/15/6 to £4/3/6; light and ordinary, £3/5/6 to £3/13/6; heavy iporkers, £2/13/6 to £3/4/6; porkers, £1/19/6 to £2 10/6; small...
SYDNEY STOCK MARKET SHEEP FIRM; LAMBS CHEAPER [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
SYDNEY STOCK MARKET S,HEBP FIRM; LA3VEBS CHEAPER The market for wethers at the .Flemington saleyards was weaker at the opening. Ewes maintained last day's rates. Later in the day wethers improved, and wero selling practically on a par with Thursday's values. Lanibs of all lands were lower throughout the day. The sheep and lanibs penned totalled '25,400— 11,200. lambs and 14,200 sheep — from 227 owners. This was about 1600 sheep and lambs in excess of the number, drawn for. Quotations : — Prime merino wethers 18/ to 19/, good 14/ to 17/; prime crossbred ewes, aged, shorn, 14/ to ' 16/, good 11/ to 13/j prime merino ewes, aged, shorn, 13/ to 15//' good 10/ to 12/; prime crossbrod wethers, 21/ to .23/, good 19/ to 20/j prime crossbred hoggets, 20/ to 22/, good 17/ to 19/;. prime crossbred lambs, 23/ to 24/; iprimo suckers 23/ to 25/. Prices per lb.: Prime light wethers, 4d. ' to 4Jd.;; prime heavy wethers, 3Jd. to- 4d.; prime light ewe's, 3Jd. to 4d.; prime heavy ewes, 3d. to 3*d.; pri...
COOTAMUNDRA PIG MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
CQdTAMUNDRA 'PIG MARKET' The Cootaniundra associated agents report having held their regular three weekly pig market on January 9. 1349' pigs- wore offered, and 'prac- tically a total 'clearance was made. ,The general quality was good. Trade buyers were present 'from Sydney, AVodonga, Wagga, Canborra, Moss Arale- and the Cootaniundra Bacon Fac tory. Eestockers. attended from -all surrounding districts. Fat Pigs. — Com- petition was vetv cood throusrhout the clay, and prices realised were quite equal to late rates, with a slight im provement on .medium to light iporkcrs. ?Store Pigs. — These enjoyed ,g'ood com petition at values equal to last- sale. There was a largo offering of small slips, which were a littlo harder to clear than other descriptions. Quota tions :— Backfatters, £4/13/ to £5/6/; choppers, £2 to £2/17/6; baconors, hpavy to £3/10/6, medium £2/18/ to £3/3/6. light '£2/14/ 1o, £2/17/fl; porkers, heavy £2/9/6 to £2/13/, modium. £2/1/ io £2/8/, , light £1 7/6 'to. £2/5/6.,...
YARRAWONGA SPECIAL SHEEP SALE [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
- YARRAWONGA SPECIAL SHEEP SALE John McNamara and Co. Pty. Ltd. Melbourne and ? Yarrawonga, report, having conducted a successful special sheep sale on .January 10. Large at tendance, sound competition, values around 2/ higher than December prices; only one line unsold. Quota tions : — 101 Border Leicester cross owes,' rising 2 yrs., August shorn, nice condition, 26/9; 228 crossbred ewes/. 1} yrsl, mixed in type, 23/9; 191 crossbred ewes, 1J yrs., fair store con dition, -22/8; 226 comeback ewes, li yrs., September shorn, light condition, 17/4; 180 comeback ewes, 14 yrs., fair condition; l»8/7; 292 comeback ewes, 1} yr., small, 19/7; 332 Cobra wonga fine cross ewes, light condition, 22/; 311 ditto, coarse wools, 20/4; 550 border merino cross wethers, Cocketgedongs, 1* yrs., 16/; 434 iine cross wethers, 2 yrs., lato shorn, 13/7; 396 Border ^Leicester cross wethers, rising 1 yr., CocketgedoiTgs, 12/11; 222 comeback wethers, 2 yrs., late shorn, 11/4; 195 comeback ewes, late shorn, small...
WAGGA SPECIAL SHEEP SALE [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
WAGGA SPECIAL SHEEP SALE Dalgety and Co. Ltd. (Inc. in Eng), Wagga, report : AVe held a very suc I cessf ul special sale on Saturday, Janu ary 11. A yarding of 28,000 for ward; the quality throughout was very good. The crossbred section com prised a beautiful selection of one and two year ewes. The attendance was splendid, including, apart from a big contingent of local graziers, buyers from Lake Cargelligo, Orange, Narro mine, Ariah Park, Ardlethan, Albury. Corowa, Temora, Kooweerup (Vic). The market opened to strong competi tion at prices very firm to better than the higher rates caused by recent raine and continued solid to the end. A splendid clearance of 90 per cent, was effected at the following prices : — 2400 Eomney cross ewes, 2 yw,. joined to Corriedalo rams, 27/9 — aver- aging 26/3. These ewes were sold account E. J. Dunn and Sons, 'Kurra- jong, J * and were admitted by all ,to be the best line of crossbred ewes for the number yarded in Wagga.- Eomney cross ewes, 1 yr., j...
Slight Improvement In Quality Sheep EASIER QUOTATIONS FOR STORES Albury Fortnightly Sheep Market [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
[?] EASIER QUOTATIONS FOR STORES Albury Fortnightly Sheep Market There was a slight improvement in the price of good quality fat sheep at the Albury fortnightly mar ket on Wednesday. Competition was good and prices generally were firm to better than last sale. Only fair competition was met in the store section, and prices generally ruled slightly in favor of the buyer, despite the good attendance of buyers from the surrounding district - and a few Melbourne representatives. IThc yarding of 3027 fat sheep and lambs comprised a few pens of good quality wethers, odd pens of owes and the balance was made up of medium arid plain .wethers, with a moderate number of lambs. This yarding was 706 above the previous -market'. JPrices for mutton per lb,. exclusive of skin and offal: Prime light weight mutton, 3Ad to 4d, medium quality 2d to 24d, heavy wether mutton 33d, lambs ojd, ewe mutton 24d. (Comprising mainly wethers of vari ous ages, the yarding of 10,165 store sheep contained several pe...
SHIRE EMPLOYEE RETIRES AFTER 25 YEARS' SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
SHIRE EMPLOYEE RETIRES AFTER 25 YEARS' SERVICE COOLAMON.— Every member. of tho '- Coolamon Shire Council staff,'- indoor '' and and -outdoor, were present at the shire ha'l, when Mr. Fred AVebster. who has been a member of the outdoor staff of tho council for 2 5 iyoars, was entertained and made a presentation prior to his retirement. Every member of tho Coolamon Shire 'Council staff, indoor and out door, were present at the shire hall, when Mr. Fred Webster, who has been a member of the outdoor staff of tho council for 25 years, was entertained and made a presentation prior to his retirement. Glowing and sincere tributes, to Iho worth of the guest of the evening were expressed by cvciyono present. The presentation of a solid leathor ' travelling caso was made by the shire president (Or. V/. M. Eedgravo). '
WALBUNDRIE MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
WALBUNDRIE MARKET . Younghusband Ltd., Albury, report: AVo conducted our monthly salo at AValbundrie last Thursday, January 9, when we yarded 1200 sheej;. There was a good attendance .of local dis trict buyers, and prices were '? 2/ better' than our previous' market held- a month ago.'' Quotations : — CrossbreVl wethers, 2-tooth, '-'3 2/6 to 3 7/3; Corriedalo crossbred 'wethors, 3- yrs. off, 13/5; weaners, 'mixed -soxes, 11/10; merino and crossbred 'lambs, 10/8; crossbred ewes, 15/6;- merino and 'crossbrod lambs, small) ,6/\to- 6'/ Q. Next market, ? Thursday, February,, '6t *
LOCKHART MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
LOCKHART MARKET A Younghusband Ltd. (Inc. in Ale.) report : — We held our usual monthly sale in our Lockhart yards on Friday last, Jaiiuary 10, when we offered 6200 good sheep to a large attendance of buyers from . Albury, Jerilderie, Wagga, Henty, AValbundrie,' Walla Walla, The Bock, Band, AVangaratta, Yerong Cree'k, and all the surrounding districts. Competition ? from outside buyers was very strong and a satisfac tory clearance was effected at prices well on a par with late rates in other centres. Quotations : — Crossbred ewes, 4, 6 and 8 tooth, joined Border Leicester rams, 16/9, 20/, rising 2 years 17/11; crossbred ewes, 1 year, joined to Bomney rams, 17/6, 17/11, small 1,2/1; Corriedale 'cross ewes, 'dry -16/11 to 17/6, 4, 6 and 8 tooth, joined Corriedale rams, 15/6; crossbred ewe lambs,' . 14/3 to 16/1; crossbred lambs, mixed sexes, 13/10 to 15/8; Vrossbred - wether lambs, 8/6 to 12/4;' crossbred wethers, 1 yr., 11/ to 13/10; merino wethers, 8/1 to 10/9; comeback ,cwes, 3 and...
LAVINGTON [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
LAVINGTON ? Twelve members were present at a meeting of the Eed Cross, held last Wednesday evening. Mrs. P. Heath wood presided. ' It was decided to make dressing gowns and slippers for the next parcel for delivery,, to head quarters. A euchre party and dance was arranged for January '-2.3. Letters of appreciation were received for par cels sent overseas for Christmas and for men in hospital in Melbourne. The weekly subscriptions f or ' December totalled £2/3/9. : : Mrs. T. H. Heathwood~ with her daughter, Emily, is spending a holiday with her father at Dandonong. ; Miss Lola Oliver is spending a' holi day at Wagga with her aunt, Mrs. Harridan. Peaches are. still selling- well in Sydney, the price reaching to 9/ per half bushel' case. .'Some excellent fruit is -being \ harvested, the best counts be ing 64 's. The color generally, since the rain, is above- the average. Small sizoVSanta Eosa plums are'jrealising 6/ per' half -case.; . 7. : : ....';. ' :':. ; ?Many . complaints . have ...
TURF NOTES ON AND OFF THE COURSE Beau Pere (Imp.) TRIP TO AMERICA [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
TIJRF NOTES ^pewaliy Written for 'The Banner' By 'Newhaven' ON AND OFF THE COURSE Beau Pere (Imp.) TRIP TO AMERICA Arrangements for Beau Pore (imp.) to stand at the stud in America for the private use of Mr. Louis B. Mayer's: mares _ were ' completed and the horse has left for his destination. It is hoped that Beau Pere will be able to return to Australia in time for the next stud season here, which be gins in September. Beau. Pere has been one of the out standing sires in Australia and New Zealand for. the past few years. His progeny . have placed him at the head of the winning sires' list in New Zea land for the past three seasons and last season they won more than £30,000.. They include the classic winners Beaupartir, Peerless, Beau livre, who also won the Caulfield Cup, and that great galloper IBeau Vite, who, after a,, successful campaign in Aus tralia in the spring, when he won among other races The Metropolitan, returned to his homeland and- won the Auckland Cup and became hi...
TOWONG CUP Won By Mandawarra [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
TOWONG €UP Won By Mandawarra Towong Turf Club's meeting last Friday and Saturday was well' attend- ed. Eesults: — FIEST DAt' ; Maiden Plate, 5i . f ur.— Wirragce, 8.12 (H. Foster), 1; Mille court, ^8. 12 (Mr. C. Wheeler), 2; Murrawarra, 8.3 (M. Gray), 3. Others: '-The Judge, Wallilian, Brown Devil,,- Double Kay, Gliding Jill. Betting: '5/4 Wirragee, 3 Millecourt, 5 Double Bay, 6 Brown jOevil, 7 Wallilian, 10 Tile Judge, Glid ing Jill, ? Murrawarra. , Threequartors length. Time, 1.5*. - John Mitchell Handicap, 6* fur — Angular, 8.13 (M. Gray), 1; Duolad der, 9.01 (C. Hughes), 2. Only starters. Betting: 3/1 on Angular, 2 agst Due laddor. Threequarters length. Time, 1.14. 'TOWONG CUP Nine Furlongs MANDAWAEEA, 8.4 (IT. Foster) 1 HIGH -VIEW, 8.13 (M. Gray) . . 2 MAZAEOOL, 7.11 '(T. McLateliic) 3 Others: Macintosh, 9.8 (l'\ HcTn tyre,); Gracita, 8.13' (J. Manning); AVild Oats, 7.(5 (T. Todd); Kinscost, 7.8 (C. Hughes); Beau Lieu, 7.2. (D. Lovokin); Citolaw, 7.2 (P. O'Keofc); Theologian, 7...
Helping Albury To Become a City [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
Helping Albwry To Become a City ,? .: , :? |T has often been remarked, particularly by observant strangers coming in our midst, that Albury is lacking in public -spiritedness. However, this remark does not apply to all our citizens. There are a few who' are interested in the well-being of the town in which they live, and they give up much of their leisure time to associate themselves with progressive bodies and associations. Too often is it noticeable, not only in Albuiy but in other other country town, that many business and professional people — who profit most by the progress of their particular centre — are conspicuous by their absence on committees where their talents would be most welcome. A country town cannot rest on its laurels. Our capital cities progress because they are our capital cities. They are made the natural centres for most of our secondary indus tries. In the past Albury has built up a reputation as a tourist resort and has earned fame as the 'Garden City of Aus...
NO DATE FIXED FOR STATE ELECTIONS Premier Confident He Will Retain Seat [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
NO DATE FIXED FOR STATE ELECTIONS Premier Confident He Will Retain Seat No consideration had - yet been given to the date of the next general election in N.S.W., stated the Premier (Mr. Mair), when in Albury this week. The election .would thave to be held by the end of May atVthe latest, said Mr. Mair, 'but '-he could not suggest any possible date at the' present time, as it was a matter for the Govern ment. He v-'ai rot jvepaTed to discuss the prospects of his' Government. Questioned regarding'1 selection of .. Mr. J. King as the Labor candidate for Albury, the Premier said he was ' a man for whom bib had every respect, and he had' known Mm for some time. However, he had no fear ,of losing1 .the Albury seat. He' wa's quite Sure of one thing, and .that was -that the con test' with Mr.' King would be purely on political questions, and that the campaign woulcL- be entirely, free of bitterness. ? ; 'I have no doubt that I will hold the seat,' added Mr. Mair.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
AT KORAN'S FURNISHERS, YOU . PAY LESS V : HORAN'S XjlOB SUN AND VEEANDAH BLINDS, in multi-Qolored Stripe and White Duck. -.Made T any size, and fixed. Also Window Blinds, complete, in green/beige, and nigger brown. 5/11 each. Horan 's for Value and Service. HORAN'S ; For Pure Kapok Bedding, B.B.B. Wire Mattresses, Camp Beds, Full size Beds and 4-ply,, Mat- tresses, £3/19/6. Camp Stretch-', ers, Window Blinds, complete, 5/11, 6/6, 7/6. Auto trays, 18=/6; Fire-side Chairs, £2/15/.: HORAN'S -^ For latest Prams and Pramettes,' Strollers, 23/6, with hoods 32/6; Cane Cribs and Baby Baskets, Dropside Cots and' Mattresses, Folding Bassinettes, strong white, duck, Auto Trays 17/6, 20/, ? ' 22/6; Gent's 'Kobes, £2/19/6; 'Robes, with mirror doors, / £3/6/6, £5/10/. .^^ HORAN'S ' For 3-piece Lounge Suites, Ge noa Velvet, £12/10/, £13/10/,.: to '£35. Easy Bedside Chairs, folding Bridge Chairs, 13/6; Deck Chairs, 5/6, 8/6, . ,11/j ' 'iMackie 's ' ' patent Folding Deck Chairs, with arms, 21/. 3-pi...