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Had A Lot Of Rain Tumbarumba. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
Had A Lot Of Rain Tumbarumba. ?Dear Uncle, — I was very pleased to see that I had received another honor letter. I hope you had an enjoyable Christmas and received a lot of pre sents. Did 'you hang up your sock? Father Christmas would have to hurry at your place' with such a large family. I did not hang up my sock, but I re^ ceived a gun and a Bible for Christ mas. I also received a pair of sox, a \ comb, handkerchief and hair ribbon ? from my cousins, Vida and Tonia Gray, and a handkerchief from my 'Ban- ner' pen-friend, Monica Semmler, of Henty. Since I last wrote we have had a lot .of 'rain. About four inches fell in a week. The country looks just like spring, now, tho grass is so green. On New Year's Day we went to tbO' Bushman's Carnival at Munderoo. It was held on' a station property and had a good day's sport. . I did enjoy watching the ,camp] drafting, ,bnlloek riding ,and milking the wild cow. Wo dipped the sheep on Tuesday. ? The poddies didn't like .the idea of it; but th...
CULCAIRN PARK Business At Annual Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
CULCAIRN PARK Business At Annual Meeting CULCAIEX — The following were present at the Culcairn Park annual meeting : Messrs. ? T. B. -Sheppard (president), O. C. Allldis (acting sec retary), G. Swan, E. H. Hensel, W. S. Wardrop, A. A. Burton, M. Daley, E. McLcish, E. S. Judd, W. J. Conley, J. Papworth. J. E. Jeremias, G. H. Smith: . The president referred -to the death of Mr C. Papworth, and at his request the meeting stood in silence as a mark of respect. The president's report and financial statement showed' a credit balance of £1-1/14/2. The chairman referred to an account tor lighting for 1939-40, amounting to £12/10/, arid also . to an account for the previous season, 1938-39, when the swimming area w'as not used, and it was decided that .the account ,for £12/10/ bo, paid and , the matter .for payment for the- 1*9 3 8-3 9 season re ferred to the' incoming committee. Mr. Conley (shire clerk) pointed out that by virtue of the postponement of the council elections, an election of ...
Dux Of The School Grong Grong. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
Dux Of The School . Grong Grong. Dear Uncle, — Thank you_ very 'much for sending me the certificate, for .the honor letter, which I won some weeks ago. We have had some storms and rain since I last wrote to you. A haii storm went through the district about a month ago, and did a lot of damage. No doubt you read .in the 'Banner' of thS damage-; that was done to a lot of aeroplanes' 'at Naran'dera. We had our' exams' 'before the '~ Holiday' and I came first in sixth class. I -got 445 marks and my brother Joe got 330. He came first in third, ; We got books for prizes at the break-up; I got mine, for dux of school arid Joe got his- for improvement in work. We had a very quiet'. Christmas, but it was very nieo. We all got nice Christmas presents and cards. Dad was surprised , wW) his harvest. Besides having his' seed wheat for next year,, ho had four loads to take to the silos. Before harvest he didn't think he would ge^ enough seed wheaf.. Mum was very pleased when one day Dad brought a...
JINDERA [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
JINDERA A committee !to make' arrangements for the dance in-, aid of the School of Arts building debt fund, to be held on Anniversary .Day evening, met on Wednesday evening. The following attended : Messrs. F. Wehner (chair man). F. Krauso, J. O'Connor, W^. Barnes, A. Schmidt, Mesdames J. O'Connor, A. Schmidt, H. Braunack, A. Wood and Miss L. Wehner. A School of Arts committee meeting fol lowed, at which routine business was dealt with, including the treasurer's report, which showed a credit of about £7. There were 21 present when the local Red Cross branch held a meet ing last Thursday afternoon. The pre sident, Mrs. W. Briese, was in the chair. Arrangeriijerits for the 'Red Cross Day '-to be held on -Anniversary Day, was dealt with. ? The following were appointed to take charge : American tennis tournament. Messrs. C. Bunker. T. Funk. S. Seholz and A. Eckermann; golf approach and putt. Mr. 'J. O'Connor; croquet. Mr. and Mrs. Briese; afternoon tea stall, Mes dames A. Schmidt and C....
£216 PROFIT ON TUMUT RACE MEETING To Be Donated To War Funds [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
£216 PROFIT ON TUMUT RACE MEETING To Be Donated To War Funds ITtTMiUT. — The balance she9t of the Tunrut Turf Club's Christmas meeting, presented at .a committee meetingjast week, revealed that a profit of £216 was made. . ITho entire profit will be donated to War funds. ' .Gate takings amounted to £368/10. Of this £263/18/6 was taken on the first day, and £104/11/6 on the second day. The programme for -the annual race meeting was discussed and prize money was fixed at £225. As ry tribute -to the memory of the late president (Mr. John Elliott), it was decided tha't the members w'/Uld donate portion of the prize money for the 'John Elliott Handicap. '* Rebate of 50 per eb^W^'ill be paid by the club, and a i-airi insurance policy for £50 is to be taken out for each day.
TUMUT [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
. ? tumut ? - . ::: Red Cross members met last Thurs day, at the Oddfellows 'Hall, Miss Carr presiding. Headquarters acknowledged £2/2/ recently sent for&wljhfistmas Cheer for returned soldiers nn hospital. The treasurer's report showed the nett proceeds from the catering for after noon tea at the recent Tumut races to be £13/9/10. Mr. N. E. V. Dare, Tumut: chief forester, has received .notice of his promotion to Glen Innes. The. date of transfer, however, ' has not been fixed. A chief forester is to be stationed 'at Batlow for the future,^ the': Tumut : dis trict having been' divided. Mr. Dare 's successor will be Mr. R.; H. Forster, of Baradine. : ? ? ? ' ' ;m Members of the bowling club 'mot at the club house last week to make a presentation to Mr. Dare. rMr. H. Cork presided, and many speakers ex pressed their reg'ret at Mr. Dai e's. de parture from the town. Hti was pre sented with a pipe and also received the £1/1/ order which he won -;.n a competition oh the greens. M...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
Save 50 parchment teals (under tho lid) from the tins of Aunt Mary's Baking Powder and send them to Tillock & Co. Pty. Ltd., Kent & Liverpool Sts., Sydney, with your name and address and you will receive a Handsome Surprise Packet FREE I' i iBtunaUy /Right' ^^^^ OutSardlv f ^ — Jn ? Y'ou, too, can feel always in the 'pink' of condition by watching one simple health rule! Keep internally clean and you'll feel full of 'pep' for the day's work and evening's fun! When -n Nature needs help, take Chamberlain's Tablets to stimulate liver, and bowels. Then, as faulty .elimination is ^corrected safely, con stipation, headaches, indigestion, flatulence no longer get you down! Thousands know this . safe balanced compound to' be wonderfully effective. Get Chamberlain's Tablets from your chemist or store^and look on the bright side of life. Small size, 1/6. Family size — -con- . taining 2| times the quantity— 3/-. [?] **° ^'''^ . ,. . A Chambjrlain's to-night will put you right. ...
COUNTRY NEWS (Continued) RED CROSS CARNIVAL AT TALMALMO [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
(POIJNTHY NFWS \** \^ %J* A -i JL IL\. M. At! ?»—* vf uJ ? (Continued) — ? : ? : ? RED CROSS CARNIVAL AT TALMALMO A .highly successful carnival was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. V. 9mithwiek, Talmalmo, to assist th Red Cross. The net proceeds were £60. Many donations, monetary and trophies, were received. A bird shoot was conducted by Messrs. R. McNamara and A. Hall. A competition for a trophy, donated by Mrs. Smith'wick, was won oy Mv. H. Mulholland; and Mrs. M. Anderson won My. E. Holt's gift. ,A silver cake dish, donated by Myer's, was won by Miss S.' Hutohins, 'Lueky en velopes' were disposed of by Mes dames 0. Sheather, W. Shotter and M. Anderson. ' '? The cool weather prevented many from taking part in tho swimming events. Winners were: — 75 y)^:c -freestyle, Austin Hanna; 50 yard* breast stroke, i3ob Haniia; diving, Irvine Hanna. Girls '? swim ming: 75 yards freestyle, Helen Hanna; 50 jyards breast stroke, Mar garet Hanna; diving, Helen Hanna. Women '»» stepping, Mrs. Hobb...
GEROGERY [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
«**? */ vs ? — — ? -? GEROGERY At a meeting of the Tennis Club, it was decided to hold a danco on Satur day night, January~25, to aid tho Red Cross. Miss B. Hafnor resigned as secretary of the club. A voto of thanks was passed to her. A donation' of 10/6 was made to the R.jd Cross tournament, which is beinjr run by thn Hume Tonnis Association. Pto. C. Dinsdalc is spending' a few days horo. Miss £?. Salmon, who spent a three months' holiday^ in Sydnoy and Katoomba, is now the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. -O. Rutzou, Star Hotel, Albury. -~ Mr. and Mrs. T. Bowler are receiv ing congratuations on the birth of vl daughter. Mr, Bowler and his two daughters, Dawn and Ruth, are spend ing a few days in, Albury. ? ? Mrs. W. Sommens, of Chiltern, and her two daughters, Florence; and Joyce, motored to Gerogery Wost for the j week-end.
YACKANDANDAH [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
YACKANDANDAH 'Mr. and Mrs. E. Hughes, Elwood, and family arc the guests of Mr .and Mrs. J. Welshman. Mrs. G. Moore and son, Dubbo, arc spending a holiday with the Misses McCullough, Mr. W. Montfort and family have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. T. Plummer, sen., Melbourne. (Mr. and Mrs. ? Whitmore, Albert Park, spent a few days here. (Mr. D. McMaster, North Melbourne, is spending a holiday. with his parents. Miss Vera Wagner, Burnie (Tas.), spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. F. ITardman. Mr. and Mrs. H. Baker had their two sons, Max and Graham, with them for -the holidays. |M'r. and Mrs. J. Scott, Canberra, and daughter spent a few clays with Mrs. Scott's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Molyneux.' ' IMr. and Mrs. Avory and daughter and Mr. Darcy O 'Loughlin and' daugh- ? tor, Sunshine, spent Christmas with Mrs.. J. O 'Loughlin, /Mrs. Dosser and daughter arc spend ing a short holiday with Mr. and Mrs. Norman Coad, Tawonga. uVIt. and Mrs. Les Smith and daughter arc the guests of Mrs. Smith 's ...
BROCKLESBY [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
BROCKLESBY The Bed 'Cross hold its 'first; monthly laoeting for the year and those present were : Mesdaincs B. Vile, J. Minogue, J. Moorefield, E. Figgis, E.' Head, AV. Low, A. Welsh, E. Koschitzke and II. Severin; Misses K. McCormrek and 1. Martin. Mrs. B. Vile, 'vice-president, presided. Pleasing results from the Christmas Eve' stall was disclosed. The profit was more than £5. ' At the next meeting, tho first Thursday in February, an appeal day will bo ciis cussed. '.- 1 Net proceeds from tho open handi cap tennis tournament, ' conducted ? by Brocklesby tennis club on Anniversary Day,' will be given to the' patriotic fund. An energetic band rof workers hope to make it the bost hold yet. Many fine trophies have already been donated, and the courts will bo in splendid order. Three evonts havo been arranged, men's, women's, nnd mixed doubles. Tho secretary is Mr. Norman Azzi, phono 12.' At night a ball will bo held, tho proceeds to bo distributed to the patriotic fund. Mr. E. Sheen, ...
Grandson Of Noted Southdown Sire [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
Grandson 'Of Noted Southdown Sire ?,/? Ingle wood 160 of 1939, a grandson Of the noted Southdown ram, 'Sand- 1 ringham 184 of 1934 (imp.), has been sold by Messrs. T. V. and B-. L. Brun skill, of the Inglewood studj Forest ' Hill, Wagga, N.S.W., to Mr. W. D. Sheppard, of Byawatha, Wangaratta ' ('CO- „ ? | Sandringham 184 of 19. 34 was bred by His Majesty, King George V., and was imported from England by Messrs. ' T. V. and B, L. Brunskill in 1935. He | has an unbroken record' iri tho show ring and has transmitted his great qualities to his progeny. ) In addition to Inglewood ;.16O of 1939, Mr. Sheppard has acquired from Jnglewood .''$$? stud Southdown^ ewes.
Control of Weeds Wild Oats [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
Control of Weeds (By 'k. G, Cam, H.D.A:, Weeds Officer, N.S.W. Department of Agriculture.) Wild Oats The Wild Oat is one' of the most widely distributed, best known and ?costly weeds of the wheat belt. It is true that' there are somewhat different types of wild oats and there are also 'false wild oats; but for the present purpose these differentiations may be ignored. ' The . prevalence of Wild Oats may be attributed to two causes — the use of combined harvesters or headers and ,the cropping of land. An additional source of infestation is the use of f'oaty' fodder .and impure seed. The^ hairy coating of the oat seed enables' it to survey the digestive processes of stock, and the ,pest can thus ibe spread to clean land.' . . The seed of the Wild Oat requires very definite, conditions for its ger mination, and may lie dormant for' one or more years until ' such condi tions are presented. Many instances, have .-occurred where Wild Oats' have been buried deeply for a few years and unint...
GREAT QUALITY ANTRIM BULL To Go To West Australia [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
GREAT QUALITY ANTRIM BULL To Go To West Australia yAntrim Boyal E6bel,a rich red Poll Shorthorn bull, recently selected from the Antrim stud of Mr. E. L. Killen, Mumb'il (N.S.W), for the 'Springs Pas toral Co., Mingenew, (W.A.), is en dowed with Poll Shorthorn iblood of the best American strains, and should prove an1 acauisition to the beef cattle industry in Western. Australia. ? Born August, 1939,' he is a most attractive young bull, and on his type and breed ing would acquit himself well as top sire in any! Poll Beef Shorthorn stud. Antrim Eoyal Ee'bel is by Oakwood Royal Eosewood (imp., U.S.A.), a son of Oakwood Emperor, by Oakwood Eoyal King. The two latter bulls are both Chicago International champions. Oakwood Eoyal King is the sire of Oakwood Merrie King, supreme Poll Shorthorn champion at the Chicago ?'International in 'December, 1939. Dam of Antrim Rebel is Claret Sul tana 8th (imp.;.:U.S.A.), a beautiful red cow selected in U.S.A. toy Mr. Killen. She is .by 'Carl Johnson'...
THE APIARIST THE HOME-MADE HIVE Importance Of Proper Bee-space [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
THE APIARIST THE HOME-MADE HIVE Importance Of Proper /r Bee-space f j ;. Nothing is so calculated to dls-' courage the young, beekeeper as the difficulty of working ; colonies estab lished in ? poorly-construcied home made, hives, and one of the most com mon : faults in hive . construction and prolific causes of trouble is neglect to provide inroper- ibee-space. Either too much or not enough space is , left be tween the frame top bars and 'the hive cover or between the side bars of the frames and the end of the.Viilve; ' TIio same applies to the spaceyallowcd ;be-i tween the top bars of tfie Irames ? o~ the hive body and the bottom bars of frames. in :a; super, placed' over it. t Where' 'too niuch space. is' allowed, the .bees.,l)uild /burr-con^!. ;:in quantity, I and ? in ' consequence hive%nariipulatiorij a;?©.1 made very difficult. .iWhere insuf ficient space is provided,- : the condi tions are . even -worse, for the bees gum up the .ilirfitting parts and it .be comes a real prob...
TALLANGATTA [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
TALLANGATTA Mr. and Mrs. Goodwin are on a camping tour to Lakes Entrance. Mr. Ogle, shire secretary, has re turned from Melbourne. Mr. and Mrs. R. Cardwell, of Mittf. North, are spending a holiday in Mel bourne. Mr. and Mrs. D. Mclnnes, with their daughter! Valerie, are in Yallourn for a~ 'holiday. Mr. and Mrs. Hibberson and chil dren have returned from a camping holiday at Seaford. The Roberts family is at present on p, - motor tour throughout Gippsland. Miss Marie Cook, of Tallangatta Valley, is spending ? a holiday in Mel bourne. . Mr. and Mrs. Goodwin are on a camping holiday at Lakes Entrance. Mr's. A. Kohne and children are staying with relatives at Coburg. Mr! Rex Cardwell, of Mitta, has entered camp at Geelong. Out. of the 20 men who sat for the St. John Ambulance Association's first aid examination, on Ooctober 1, the following were successful : W. S. Cob bam, J.' G. Paton, R. McDonald, W. G. Paton, W. Hayes, D. Foster, D. Mcln nes, W. .A. Jennings, F. J. Marsh, T. G. Warr,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
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