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ALBURY CRYING OUT FOR SECONDARY INDUSTRIES Important For Continued Progress and Employment Of Youth [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941

ALBURY CRYING OUT FOR SECONDARY INDUSTRIES Imgortant- For Continued Progress and Employment Of Youth (By a 'Banner' Special Writer.) Decentralisation ! This once unfamiliar word was rarely heard, but in past years it has become before the country people on innumerable occasions, as the catchword of politicians, as a short way of saying 'develop the country towns, make life in the country more worth while for the young people, and thereby reduce the drift to the cities.' ,Jn Albury 'decentralisation' can mean only one thing. Th$*t&6ablishment of more and still more secondary indus tries. . Albury to-day is crying for secondary industries' that will increase its natural progress, provide employment for its young people, and, with its natural and manifold facili ties, give it its proper place among the leading cities of Australia. 'j'vsi2i? is no secondary industry that cbulu'fiq.t bo established in Albury, , but it is up to every person residing . in'-.Albury, every person ear...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941

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Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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LANDING IMPOSSIBLE HERE [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941

LANDING IMPOSSIBLE HERE 9 - ' Large concrete hoops, embedded h\ the ground, will effectually prevent hostile aircraft from using this peaceful English; S^g^as a landing ground. — (Commonwealth Depart, of Information pnoto.)

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WATCH ON THE LINE [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941

? WATCH ON THE LINE i By the lino stands a Homo Defence Guard', one of 200,000 railway mon who have volunteered: to' kesy a clay anri| night patrol of every ? inch of Britain's 20,000 miles -of . r.iain and branch railway lines. — (Dept. of Information photo.) ?' ' ???????'?

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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TUMBARUMBA URBAN COMMITTEE Better Understanding With Council Sought [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941

TUMBARUMBA URBAN COMMITTEE Better Understanding With Council {Sought \ TUMBARUMBA. j- The monthly meeting of the Tumbarumba Urban Committee was attended by Messrs. A. C. Brennan, G. Laudor, J. Mather and 0. Cayirylys. In the absence of the secretary. (Mr. K. Holm) through ill ness, the minutes were taken by the inspector (Mr. E. G. Brinsmead). Mr. {Brinsmead ' reported that the rubbish and sanitary ? depots wor6 in good order. Accounts amounting to £6/1/4 were passed for payment. The Department of Works and llocal Government advised that the commit tee's statement of accounts for the year ended December 31, 1939, '.had been examined and appeared to', be in order, Building applications were approv ed as follows: Shire Council, station ery room and store shed at the Coun cil Chambers; Walsh- and Blair, solici tors' office, Parade-street. . - It was resolved to wait on the shire council at its February meet ing witn the object of promoting a better understanding, between that foody and...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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UPPER MURRAY [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941

UPPER MURRAY The ' monthly meeting of ' the direc tors - of the Jingellic butter factory was held on Thursday, January 9, and 1/3 was ipaid for butter fat last month. The :,Ournie sub-brancli of the Red # Cross ii'eld its monthly meeting at Ournic 'last 'week,, when over £6 was taken from- a stall, competition, soft drinks, and tennis. Mrs. Smerdon is.\ organising, an evening entertainment at her home in aid of the Ournie Red Cross branch on February 14. Mrs. F. Falkiner, of Mt. Falcon, left for Sydney last week. Miss Fraser, of Gundagai, was the guest of Mrs. S. O'Keefe, at the Towong races. Mr. and Mrs. L. Ilorslcy - were also their guests. Mr. and Mrs. Jim McLaurin, of Hol brook, were visitors to the Towong laces, and stayed with Mr. Arthur Hughes, of Lightwood. Mrs. Leslie Paton, of Tooranic, with her daughter, Mrs. Ivan Kell, and grand-daughter, Patricia, are spending a week at Ournie. '- Miss June Rice, of Albury, is the guest of Miss M. Paton, of Milawa. Miss McCulloch is the...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941

i; DON'T WORRY LADIES, YOU CAN DRESS WELL AT i |j Who Will Always Have Genuine Bargains ![ - ' j;' ' . Galore ! J ? '. ? '' .- ' ' To Celebrate the Victory of Bardia, FARRAH'S are putting out all . [ MODEL FROCKS & HATS At the Actual Cost Prices from; the Warehouses. Don't oe led astray Ladies, Shop at Farrah's for the Better Article ! 59/6 Genuine LINEN MODEL FROCKS, heavily em- QA / £* broidered and eyelet work on the smart square neckline J%7j/ O (and sleeves. Sizes S.W. to X.O.S. REDUCED TO . . '*'*' v 5 and G Guinea MODEL ENSEMBLES, in all shades. Sizes 7 C / S.W. to X.O.S. All One Price at Farrah's for ? **V( 35/ SEMI-MODEL FROCKS at FARRAH'S, to go . . . . 14/11 75/ MODEL PLAIN SILK FROCKS, in Blue, Green, «/\ //» Cyclamen, Navy, Black and China Teas. Reduced to ^^J / f3 Farrah's Special Price of ? 31/ MODEL HATS, in White, Navy, Black, Blue, Grey, 19 /I T Pinks and Greens. Reduced to Special Price til . . .. JL«/ 11 19/11 SMART MATRON HATS, in Navy, I Black, Grey and...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COUNTRY NEWS (Continued) COOLAMON [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941

COUNTRY NEWS — , ? — - (Continued) ? ~ C00LAM0N -.Dr. k: L. Considine, after eight years' residence in Ganmain, will de part shortly for Gippsland (Vic), wK'ere he has purchased - practice.. Mr. H. Eccleston, who has been on the 'permanent way staff of the rail way at Coolamon for several years, has been appointed ganger at Benorem bati,' on the Yanco-Carrathool- line. His successor at Ooolanion is Mr. Abbey, of Lake Cargelligo. Mr. Logan Stinson severely lacerat ed his hand with a bag hook on Satur day. Medical attention ,was / sought, and it was found necessary to stitch the Avound. Mr. and Mrs. Hiirold . Ryan and f ainily, of Tarcutta, spent the week end at ? Marrar renewing old acquain tances. Mrs. ' W. P. Regan was the victim of a painful accident at Marrar. Whilst gardening a piece of wood pierced her arm and she had to seek medical attention to have it removed. The recent rains have wrought a transformation in the OQolamon dis trict. There is a vigorous shoot in grass and ske...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BON HASTEE WINS TUMBARUMBA CUP Run On Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941

BOW HASTEE WINS TUJVIBARUMBA CUP ? «p ? ???'? — Run On Wednesday Progressive Handicap, 6J furs. — Dawn's Pride, 7.12 (P. .O'Keefe), 1; Talarc, 9.2 (F. Melntyre), 2; Pitch Blend, 7.7 (C. McLat chie), 3. Only starters. Betting: 5/4 on Talarc, evens Dawn's Pride, 4 Pitch Blend. 2 lengths, 4 lengths ; time 1.22.3-5. First Division Flying Handicap, 6 furs. — Macintosh, 9.4 (F. Mclntyre), 1 ; High Tat ton, 7.12 (P. O'Keefe), 2. Only starters. Betting : 5/4 on High Tatton, evens Macin tosh. 1J lengths ; time 1.15. Tumbaruba Cup, 9 furs. — Bon Hastee, 7.10 (A. Buckley), 1; Gracita, 9.2 (Mr. F. Burt), 2; Mazarool, 8.1 (C. McLatchie), 3. Only starters. Betting : 5/4 Mazarool, 6/4 Bon Hastee, 2 Gracita. 2 lengths, 3 lengths: time 1.54i. Second Division Flying Handicap, 5 furs. — Forecourt. 8.11 (Mr. C. Wheeler), 1 ; Sir Buchan, 8.9 (F. Mclntyre), 2; Patty Far, 7.9 (C. McLatchie), 3. Oather starters : Brown Tress,- Dainty Minx. Betting : Evens Sir Buchan, 5/4 Forecourt, 6 Patty Farr. Half lengt...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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WODONGA COURSING TIDE TIME SUCCESSFUL [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941

WODONGA COURSING o ? - TIDE TIME STJCCESSFXJI. The Wodonga Speed Coursing Co. held a meeting last Wednesday. Results : — Murray Stake, 7th heat : Old Sam (1) 1, Senator Coon (6) 2, Edwin (5) 3. Betting: 5/4 Edwin, 5/2 Flying Whip, 3 Old Sam, Robert Boyd, 7 Senator Coon. $ length, neck; time, 19 7-10. Maiden Stake : Centre Panel (7) 1, Royal Dictator (3) 2, Oracle Prince (8) 3. Betting: 6/4 Oracle Prince, 2 Royal Dictator, 5/2 Fiteroy Flapper, 5 Johnnie Nayr, Golden Seam, 7 Centre Panel, 8 Minda Mac. Head, 6 lengths; time 27. Murray Stake, 6th heat : Northern Andrew (6) 1, Brian's Boy (2), Tangam (3) 3. Bet ting : 5/4 Brian's .Boy, 5/2 Boozey Jack, Northern Andrew, Black Minda, 5 Tangam. 2J lengths, neck; time 19 2-10. . Wodonga Stake, 7th heat : Clamour (5) 1, Blue Rob (8) 2. Alice Kreuger (3) 3. Bet ting : 6/4 Blue Rob, 4 Clamour, 5 Boy Brian, Billray, 6 Patty Jim, Alice Kreuger, Blue Nebo, Old Sam. I head, head; time 26 7-10. Murray Stake, 9th heat : Archie Lee (8) .1. Dainty Dame...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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Pyjama Girl Mystery BODY CLAIMED BY WOMAN Court Case Likely [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941

Pyjama Girl Mystery BODY CLAIMED BY WOMAN Court Case Likely A woman, who is said to be living in Cootamundra, claims that the Albury 'Pyjama Girl,' who was found murdered six years ago, was her daughter, and she now seeks to obtain possession of the body. Legai proceedings are expected to fol low. The police, who have been baffled in their task of having the bodyjdentified, believe the , woman fe mistaken, and oppose her application^ A city firm of solicitors states that the opinion of leading counsel is being obtained on behalf of . the woman, as to the legal procedure to be followed to obtain possession of the body. The 'Pyjama Girl's' . body was found ^in^v. culvert on the. Howlong road, ff^mlbury, in September, 1934, partly ? charred by a .fire intended to consume it, or make it .unrecognisable. Ever since, it has been preserved in a formalin bath at the Medical School at the Sydney University. : Many people have viewed it, with the object oi establishing identity, which has re ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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Albury Baby Health Centre [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941

Albury Baby Health Centre The following particulars relating to.- .the work of Albury Baby Health Centre during December .have been furnished by the. Director',-' -General of Public Health ('Dt.. E;. Sydney Morris). Mothers Visited By iSisters: Of new born babies, 10; subsequent and mis cellaneous visits, 35. Total visits, 45. Work at Centre: New cases enrolled at centre, 19; 'babies weighed, 409; test meals given, 32; expectant moth ers advised, 3. Attendance at Centre : Infants, under one year, 290; under 2 yeais, 56; under 3 years, 36. Total atten dances (including mothers without ba'bies), 439. Daily average atten dance at Centre, 25. Ciild Drowned at W-agga. — Kenneth James Burden, aged 7 years, son ol Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Bui den, of Lake :Vlbert, Wag'ga. was di owned , whilst oathing in the lake with other children. When tho child threw up his arms and Jisappearcd, the other children thought he was shamming. When he failed to reappear help was sought, and - Mr Dryden, schooltea...

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 — 17 January 1941

More Printing ! . ' ' More Business ! § ? of 1 'Phone: Albury 58 - . I SWe are in a position to execute orders of every ' I description at shortest notice. No job too small, none - ,_ too large. Be sure and secure our quotations before ? sending elsewhere. - . Catalogues Race Books Rules 'of Institutions Company's Articles of Association i Receipt Books Delivery Books I Bank Deposit Books ? I Show Books § Sports Books | Invoice Books 9 Books of Letterheads 1 Counter Books | Weighbridge Books 1 , Order Books 9 Rule Books ] Printing of Cheque Books I Concert, Programmes j Tennis Programmes Football Programmes Folder Programmes Dance - Programmes All Kinds of. Programmes Business Cards Windov/ Cards Stud Cards - ' Golf Score., Cards Visiting Cards . Admission Tickets Concsrt Tickets. Dance Tickets Rolls of Tickets ? Letterheads - Billheads Nomination. .Forms ? Ballot Papers Agreement Forms Gummed Labels ' Address Labels Mcnos Envelopes ? Circulars Butter Wrappers Shipping Tags Menus Bi...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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Unofficial Peace Feelers From Wilhelmstrasse to Whitehall Hitler Wants Peace Badly—Time To Consolidate His Gains All Rights Reserved [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941

Unofficial Peace Feelers 'From Wjliielmstrasse to Whitehall [?] [?] [?] All Rights Reserved 1940 nears its close. November is well under way and the nights draw in. It is true that on the fifth of November we had fireworks over London but not quite the kind .that used to enliven existence in peace times. It is also true that on Novem ber 9 all the various new Mayors took office, but there was no Lord Mayor's proces sion. Instead of a golden coach and cheering crowds our de molition squads were hauling away the night's debris. A few minutes ago I was in the House of 'Commons listening to Mr. I Churchill review the 'war. He was not depressed, but he seemed determined to avoid any suggestion of a rOBy dawn. In fact, he gave us a grim picture fUfflftst totally unrelieved ' by vaunting T?ra£/iis or pleasing prophecy. Deliberately he spoke of next year and the year after as if the war would go on at least as long as the last one. In other .words, according to the Prima '? Minister, we are...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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RAIN BENEFICIAL AT HOLBROOK [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941

i RAIN BENEFICIAL AT HOLBROOK MOLBROOK.—'The recent rain in this district has caused a big difference in the landscape. Green grass is grow ing, while all dams, tanks and springs are' full and 'should provide mnpio water until the winter months. A comparison of the. -rainfall over the last three years is interesting. In 1938, 1415 points were recorded for the year, the wettest -. month ''being August with 372 points. The total for 1939 was 3909 points, the wettest month again being August with 679 points, and in 1940, 1310 points fell, most falling in April when 389 points were recorded. !TIio amount registered* for 1940 is about 12 inches below the average rainfall. Houses Down in Worst Eabaul Earthquake. — - A violent earthquake shook Eabiiul (New Guinea) and the surrounding district at 2.30 a.m. last Tuesday. Tho earthquake ' was tho most severe in memory. Greatest dam age was done on the North Coast road at Kcravat, 25 miles from Eabaul. Several houses collapsed before tho oc cu...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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Late Social and Personal SOCIAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941

Late Social and Personal SOCIAL NOTES Miss Marjorie Statham is acting librarian at the Al'bury Mechanics' Library during theHibsence on holi days of Miss Acoeks. Mrs. Alex Mair, ' Eoeliwood, ' was the guest of Dr. and Mrs'. E. A Eobert son this week. Mrs. Eric Schlunke, Temora,. watn her infant, is staying with her mother Mrs. Huf, North Albury/ Mr. G. McMillan, Wahgunyah, is in Corowa Hospital, having undergone an operation. . . . , Mrs. G-wen Harrison has come from Tasmania to spend a holiday in Al bury with her mother, Mrs. Barclay Dowling, Bonegilla-street. Mrs. J. Webster, Corowa, has receiv ed word of the illness of her father, Mr. Frank Smith, in * Melbourne. ,Mr. Smith was formerly with McPherson, Thorn and. Co., in Corowa. George, son of Mr.' J. Conomy, Coro wa, has been articled to a firm of solicitors in Sydney. Mr. C*'B. Letlnbridge, M.L.A., and Mrs. Lethbridge are spending a holi day at Port Macquarie. ' Aid. P. J. Nagle has boon elected Deputy-Mayor of Corowa, defeatin...

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"NEVER TO RETURN" [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941

««Mt»«'«'««e»««t»*»t'*»C'«'t'*»0««»«'O'#'Q'*'*'Q'Q't't't«t'0'«'«'*'«'tt*t't»*»^^ [?] 'A RE you aware that you will , never be able to return . to Austria?' The man who spoke these words wore the uniform of the Black Guards, Nazi elite troop; dark boots, black breeches, and black jacket with silver stripes and small Swas tika badges on each lapel. He held my passport in his hand and cast a sharp, examining eye on me in the train which had left Vienna an hour earlier and was to reach the Czechoslovak ian border any minute. Czechoslovakia was then, and for the next 100 days, an independent demo cratic State which had granted me refuge. Four weeks earlier I. had been released from 'protective custody' after having signed an agreement that I would leave my native country with in 30 days, never to return . either to Austria or to Germany proper. I had no choice. I- signed.., Besides, I had no other wish -.than, ,;to be redeemed from the sight of ''Nazi flags, Nazi uni forms, and Nazi1 pas...

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 — 17 January 1941

SIXTEEN W0M)S OF COMFORT As the Father hath loved me, so have I loved you: continue ye in my love.— St. John xv., 9.

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War Cabinet Creates Grave Precedent [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941

War Cabinet Creates ? Grave Precedent TPHE decision of the War Cabinet to allow Lady Blarney to join her husband in the Middle East is one that has — and rightly so — aroused the indignation and criticism of every section of the community. With thousands of Australian women assailed by doubts of their husbands' whereabouts, worried by the fear that he may be lying wounded in some lonely military hospital, apart from any question of loneliness, to allow this action by the wife of a man in high command, who is constantly featured in the news and probably in a better position than any other man to keep his loved ones in close touch with him, is to create a grave precedent which surely the Cabinet itself must realise cannot be allowed to pass unnoticed. Everyone with a loved- one overseas, can realise and sympathise with the feelings of Lady Blarney. Her action is a natural and logical one, but neither natural nor logical is the War Cabinet in allowing such an action. The comment of an ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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MR. FADDEN TO ACT AS PRIME MINISTER [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941

MR. FADDEN TO ACT AS PRIME MINISTER : ? » -. ? SYDNEY.— The Prime Mini ster. (Mr. Menzies) announced after a full Cabinet meeting on Wednesday that he would prob ably hand over the reins of office to the Treasurer (Mr. Fadden) at the end of this week. Mr. Fadden will act as Prime Minister until Mr. Menzies re turns from England. Mr. Menzies said it was not desirable at this stage to say what matter? lie would discuss in Britain. However, lie would, he said, go into the question of post-war planning during this, visit. ?The full Cabinet's sitting was brief and a number of questions under dis cussion were left over until next . wetk when it will again sit in^Jiydney, th's time with Mr- Fadden. a^B^ as Prinu Minister.

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