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CHILTERN [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
CHILTERN Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cross, of Stag horn 'Flat, with their infant son, are guests of Mr. Crosses \ mother, High street. '.'. ; Mr.' and Mrs. Reg' Lefoe, who, with Ihoir two children, 'recently motor.ed to Sydney on 'a holiday,'; have' returned to cheir home in Conncss-street. Privates M. Lappin and P. Tovey aro home on- leave. , '? v Mr. Percy - Snow, 'of Melbourne, is spending a holiday at Barnawartha, and is the guest, of - Mr. and Mrs. Margery.** . -: ' Pte. L. Hall,, of 'tho 2/2n'd Pioneer 3attalion, is Gpending- leave' with his people- in Sydney. ?-?' - -'? _ . j Mr. J. Smith, of tho Bank of Aus tralasia, who has 'been relieving at Yackandandah, has returned f/tc Chi I , tern. . ,s '^ ' Mrs. W. Nie.holscn is spending a holiday in Melbou'rns. ? ' '. Mrs. K. Williams is on, a holiday in Melbourne with her ' children., Mrs. M. 'Cooper is 'a' guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. Bagley, Skerry-streot,
Brucellosis Of Swine PROBLEM OF CONTROL [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
Brucellosis Of Swine PROBLEM OF CONTROL Brucellosis of swine is causing some concern, as it can lead, to serious economic loss, and it would be regrettable if it were permitted to spread at a time when it is de sired to maintain the production of pigs, observes a note in the Agricul tural Gazette. * Some misconception appears to have been caused by a statement that bru cellosis ofx swine is a self -limiting disease. It is a fact that a propor tion of infected animals do recover, but there can be no guarantee in any given instance what that proportion may be, and meanwhile, of course, i± free .traffict'from aifected farms is' per mitted the disease would spread far ther and '.'farther. - It is possible, under favorable con ditions, to -deal with the condition by repeated testing and strict segregation of all reactors, but most piggeries jaro not adapted for such segregation. Al though this plan has been tried to some extent' in the United States, that country is seriously affected, w...
WALWA [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
WALWA Miss Marjorie Colley., Melbourne, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Langton McHarg. '. ' ? Miss B. Hutchinson accompanied her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. M. Hutchinson, to Melbourne. Mrs. M. A. Mann is spending a holiday with her son, and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde, Mann, Gundagai. .Mrs. Jewell, Henty, and her daugh ter, v-sited Mrs. Jewell's sister, Mrs. G. John.' Mr. and Mrs. J.. ' T. Coysh and family are spending a. holiday at the seaside, Melbourne. Mr. and Mrs. . Alf Post} Cudgewa/ are visiting here. ? 'Mr. Laurie Purse, Darwin, is home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Purss, snr. ;?. ? Driver Douglas Whitehead and his bride, who was formerly, Miss Nina Dickson, daughter of the late Mr. Dickson, and Mrs. Dickson, of Bacchus Marsh, visited the bridegroom's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Whitehead, 'The. Ranche,' Tintaldra. After a buffet tea the guests spent an enjoy able evening w-fh singing r-nd music. Driver Whitehead is at Darley camp.
FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND DISEASES OF LINSEED AND FLAX [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND DISEASES OF UNSEED AND FLAX Oil and fibre crops have be come increasingly important since the outbreak of war, and their cultivation under local .conditions is being given every encouragement and special at tention by the Department of Agriculture. Of the crops in this category, two of the most important are linseed and flax, linseed being harvested for its seed and flax for the fibre con tained in the stalks. These plants belong to the same botanical species (liinum usitatis simuin), and though ? they differ con siderably in their agronomic.', charac ters, they are subject to the same diseases. As . these diseases: often cause serious losses in other parts ot the world, local growers' must be on the look:out for their appearance m thoir crops. Necessity For Seed Treatment Practically all the important diseases of linseed and flax may be carried either in or on the seed, and it is therefore de.sira.ble that till grow ers should treat their seed prior to SQWin...
JUNEE [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
JUNEE &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Mrs. H. Staples, of The Rectory, had a fall during the week and suffer- ed serious facial injuries. &nbsp; Mr. A. H. .Crawley. is holidaying in Sydney. He will later go on to Mew castle. ' Gnr. Robert Oehm was farewelled at Yathclla. where he has resided for many years. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Jones, of Old Junee, have gone to Manly for, their annual holidays. Mr. 'and Mrs. Clem Quilter have re turned from Sydney, .but Mr. Quiltei will have to go back to a city hospital later for an operation. ' The Nan/jus Country Women's' As sociation has- elected Mrs. IB. Minter president; Mrs. F. Beveridge, Mrs. P. Sheather, Mrs. J. Condon and Mrs. Treweek vice-presidents; . Misa B Boyton treasurer, and Mrs. J. Kell sec retary. * ' While Mr D J. Dwyer and a num ber of Illabo shiro councillors wen working on an. excavation neai Yathella, a -all of earth entombed Mr. Dwyer, who was dug - out by his col leagues. Ho was fortunate t...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS BIRTH MANNING: To Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Man- ning, Schubach-street, Albury, a daughter (Rosalie Jean), on January 12, at "Mera- mie." &nbsp; DEATHS ANGEL, Henry George William, on January 9, at Parramatta Hospital, late of Wagga. BODY, Elizabeth Ann, on January 15, wife of J. H. W. Body, of Wyanawah Station, --Henty BURNS, Denis, on January 12, of Lavington HULM, Leslie Richard, on January 15, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hulm, of Junee &nbsp; MITCHELMORE. — Henry Ernest, passed away at Lewisham Hospital, January 10. 1941. Loving husband, father and friend. MUMFORD, Samuel Alford, of Wagga 76 TREACY, Patrick, on January 14, at Corowa, 78 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
COUNTRY NEWS (Continued) CULCAIRN [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
COUNTRY NEWS ? (Continued) — - CULCAIRN The following were present at the monthly meeting of -the 'School of Arts Committee:— Messrs. G. H. Smith (president), Or. €. McLaren (secre tary), D. €ox, E. J. Matthews, P. F. Schultz, J. E. Jcremias, W, J. Conley and 0. 'C. Alldis. .Culcairn sub branch of the Eeturncd Soldiers', League applied for permission to ar- 1 range for the screening of the official film 'We of the A.I.F,' on Friday, - January 31, the proceeds to go to the War Memorial, Canberra, ithe sub branch and reduction of the School of Arts overdraft. The request was granted. Accounts amounting to £18 16/7 were passed for payment. The librarian (Mrs. W. Barnett) reported that 347 books had been issued dur ing the month, and £1/12/ subscrip tions r^eeiVed. Miss Gladys Matthews is visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. Hicks, Tallangatta. Mr. J. II. Balfour, Mrs. Crosby and the Misses Marjorie and Pat Crosby are holidaying at Narooma. Messrs. A. Papworth, B. Somervail and I\ Mitchell are moto...
TUMBARUMBA [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 17 January 1941
TUMBARUMBA - Mr. H. (Pat) O'Brien, of the Tum barumba postal staff, is on annual leave. Miss Clare Harvey, The Rock, is spending a holiday with her mother, Mrs. J; J. Harvey King-street. The shire president (Cr. Chisholm), who is on 'military duty from January 6 until April 9, has been granted leave of absence by the Tumbarumba Shire Ctduncil. Sergeant Moore, accompanied by Mrs. Moore and their daughter, Gwen, is spending1 a holiday in Sydney. Dur ing the sergeant's absence Constable Climpson is in charge of the police station. . Mr. and Mrs. J. McLachlan, Cape street; have their son, Mr. Allan McLachlan, of Sydney, and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gorlon Palmer, of Lakemba, visiting them.. Mrs. Palmer will be remember ed as Miss Thelma McLachlan.
Young Folks' Page. Continued Has Three Pet Lambs Mulwala. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941
Young Folks' Page. —Continued Has Three Pet Lambs Mulwala. Dear Uncle, — I wish to become one of the members of the Young Folks' i Page. I like- reading all the letters on the Page. I go to school, which is- j about Si miles from where we live. The name of our school is Garlyle. At ?.tho school concert I won a book and! jjij -.very ? much.. ? I have three pet lambs; their - names are Bill/ Mike & . and Peter. Wo have some ' young -v. turkeys. One night we' lost 10 .of ' them. f I hope you had a happy Christmas. I |iv.'';anLiiI0 years-- old-. andi my birthday is Sj , on February 3. .Can ^ have 'Rose- l i\ niary ' ? -f or t! a . pen-name^ please ? My f favorite hobby is tapestry.' It is ^ very easy ,to do. ^ Would you please i send, :me, ;a.,badgej: -Uncle? r'; Our garden f is not doing very -well, as the flowers 3, .-. have not. -liad! - enough' water. ? Hoping is. ; Aunty, : tho . nineteen. - and ,;-.you - are all ji well.— Love fiom | MARGARET CARMICHAEL. J W ell, you ? are...
Had Heavy Rain Yalgogrin North. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941
Had Heavy Rain Yaleoirrin North. [ Dear Uncle, — I suppose Santa hac I ' -an expensive . time; with ; presents f o: ! - :the . niiijyleen. We had a 'lot. of rain | ? which iriude the grass grow. Wo got ; | ? ; '322.-: poiiits of rain ' altogether. One of i ' my sisters was marriod to Piivati ! Charles Wilkinson on Dcember 21 Uncle, will you please 'rouse' on Mary' Boyle for not writing to me? My little nephew, Raymond, was ii hospital -for a foitniglit. I will be glad when 'school starts' again. .My .. brother . and: 'Ted - Payne : are carting ? hay, and my ?' brother is working up the fallow.7— lYour loving niece, 'THE GOOSE GIRL.' (I'm sure that when Maiy read? ; this letter she will write straight away, Hazel, so I won't 'louse' on j -o.her; v: Keep on trying for a certificate.)
Dressed Doll As Bridesmaid Cudgewa. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941
Dressed Doll As Bridesmaid Cudgewa. ? . Dear' Uncle, — I received my. badge last week. Mother and father went to : v .: Melbourne 'for-' a few days. ,;.Wo had: a - good Christmas.;; ? My , sister is going t.n ; ? : start ''writing- to: tlio. 'Banner.'.'.' I: went: with father to get rabbits on Thursday. ' I got a -doll for -Christmas ' ; ? 'and dressed ; lior,.: as; .a bridesmaid. - -I . , called. her Marjory. - Uipr here it. rained ; , ? fpr throe days. The 'creek was dirty when1 it ended. I will close now. Wishing aunty, tho 'nineteen and your- , self tho best of .-luck.— Your- 1 fond niece, ' ' J ' . : 'PATRIOT.'' '(I hope you got plenty of , rabbits when you went 'out. I wonder how they liked the rain?)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941
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Corowa Progress Association Reformed IMPROVED RAIL FACILITIES FOR TOWN WANTED [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941
Corowa Progress Association Reformed IMPROVED RAIL FACILITIES FOR TOWN WANTED GOROWA. — An enthusiastic meeting was held at Corowa last- Friday night, when it was decided to reform the Progress Association, which had not been functioning for two years. The Mayor (Aid. J..H Armour) who .. nrnei'rlnrl ' toifl ' nnmnm Dmmncii A cen. . ciation was one' of ? the oldest public bodies in .the town, and in the past hud been1 responsible for many of .the amenities of life/which the residents of Corowa and district enjoyed to-day. Mr. J. P. Leahy, former president, v enumerated - some : of the achievements of past associations, mentioning ? par . ticularly the commencement of the present Murray River ' Irrigation : scheme, ? the first meeting of which . - took place at Corowa; also tho . rail connection between Corowa and Wah , gunyalt. His motion that the associa- i ? tion bo reformed,- was carried ? unani mously. v . The following officers were : ; then -elected:— President, Mr.rfl-. -R. Si...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941
.V BALES BY AUCTION 'PLEASANT VIEW' A First-Class Cootamundra District Property ' , , ' TO BEI SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION' .', AT TOWN HALL, COOTAMUNDRA SATURDAY, 1st FEBRUARY, at 3 p.m. ?' ' Account ME. ; ,A. GLLMOtTR, DETAILS ? ? AREA : 918 Acres Freehold. ? ' ? : SITUATION' : About 12 miles from. Cootamundra, 2 i miles ;from Stockinbingal . ? taihvay. ?IMPROVEMENTS : Comprise fine Brick Homestead .with all .necessary out ?. ?? - buildings, all in . tip-top order, i^fcluding hayshe'd; of .100 tons capacity,' . . mouseproof grain shed, stables for. about 15 horses, brielc chaff shed, ?; 3 large machinery sheds, garage and. cowbails, well subdivided into 15 ' :. ' convenient sized .paddocks, fencing inf perfect order, orchard all cleared with the exception of -1 0 0 acres ' for set plough, telephone' connected, Burrinjuck electric light only S mile from property, 200. acres of \/)|!allow. . ' i v- WATIv fiij D : By wonderful bore; with wirfdmill attached, also springs and dams (one dam ...
COROWA [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941
COROWA ? Farewells have been 'tendered. Pte. Solwyn- 'RossrEdwards, son. . .'of ? . Ven. Archdeacon and ;Mrs.~B.; Ross-Edwards, and; iPto... J. E. .Ward. : ? The' farewell -t0 Pte. Ward last Friday evening at St: John's Hall was attended by about ? 2'0i0 : residents. ... Mr. 'Geo. Cameron, on -J behalf of tho Go'rowa War .. Service Social Committee, presented Pte. Ward with a gift, and on' behalf of^ ??Mr. Don. Wright, with, a 50 tin of cigarettes, ; Mr. ?; -Jack jBrown^ :sliot' a wedgotail oagloi on- his property ; at Lowesdale! on Monday morning, which had' been ' at tacking' a ewe and lamb. Tho oaglo measured 7f.t.' 6in, 'from tip to tip.
DANGERS WILL COME WITH PEACE IF PLANS NOT MADE NOW BOLD ACTION AND WIDE VISION ARE NEEDED "WHERE THERE IS NO VISION, THE PEOPLE PERISH." [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941
DANGERS WILL COME WITH PEACE IF PLANS II MADE NOW BOLD ACTION AND WIDE VISION ARE NEEDED . (By a 'Banner' Special Writer) 'WHERE THERE IS NO VISION, THE PEOPLE PERISH,' - Here is a thought which every member of the community, from the highest to the humblest, might ' dwell upon and give it their earnest consideration. If they do so, they will well appreciate the difficulties that will inevitably confront Australia with a return to peace. If not, then there is danger ahead. It is urged, too, that national and individual finance cllA1ll/1 llO OA ivAirAWHA/l nrt n n +/\ oaivuau uc au ^uvcincu 01/ ad tu iiiiiumiac tltat lilipcilUlllg danger. It would be suicidal to fail to take full cognisance of the grave economic and financial problems which will clamor for prompt and effective solution, and the clamor will be in vain unless the countries of the Empire apply themselves to ., the task not in the indefinite future, but in the immediate present. For the task will be of mam moth proportio...
COUNTRY NEWS (Continued) WEST WYALONG [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941
COUNTRY NEWS — (Continued) — WEST WYALONG Tlio Rev.. II. C. Barratt, Wyalong. accompanied by Mrs. Barratt and family, have just returned from their annual holidays, which they spent at Blayney. - '? ? Cpl.! David Godfrey and Cpl. James iviaie, :wno are on leave, were tcnaerea - a farewell and presentation by the Patriotic Committee last Saturday night, and were each presented with an inscribed fountain pen. Mr., and Mrs. W. A. Craig enter tained a' number of friends at tea in Holland. Parle to say farewell to their son, Douglas, who is on leave. ? Miss Barbara Hobson, Stratlifield, is liolidaying in West Wyalong, and is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F.- Balcer, 'Sherwood,' Park-street. Mr. and .Mrs. H. . Godfrey, West Wyalong, entertained friends at din ner at Hanson's Hotel, the occasion ? being a farewell to tlieir son, David. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Moncrieff enter tained the young friends of Pte. Doug las Craig, Pte. Prank Templeman and -Cpl. David Godfrey,. V last. Saturday evening, bef...
WALLA [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941
WALLA The first cricket match of the New Year' was played at Walla last Satur day, between Rand and Walla, and was won by Rand by 48 runs. Scores: Rand : C.: Cooper 9, E. Williams 10. M. Heliir, 57,' J. Williams 0, T. Heliir 10, C.; Fuller 14, R.. Gibbons 11, K. Doyle 10, D. Gibbons 1, B. McKenzie 0, J. Heliir .0, 'byes 10; total -132.' Walla : R. Flanigan 1, A. Boehm 18, fi1 OTnnirn A TV IVTnn vn : K T Trilrmr Q ' O. Froliling 0, N. Smith '22, K. Murray 0, ;E. Lindner 2, T. Moye n.o. 11, D.' Wilksch 2, byes 14; total' 84; ;The annual meeting of the Walla Sports Club was held last Saturday night. Those 'present were : Messrs. M. Heffernan (president), .-W, , B. Mackenzie, N. Mclntyro, A. McCrohon, C. Smith, B. Thomas, A. C. Mackie, E. Longmore, W. Henael, H. W. Brown, A. Graetz, L. C. Lindner, C.. King, R. Forge, B. Boelim, W. Heffernan, S. Churches, W- Gariiclc, L. Callaghan, R. Burns, G. Churches and E. Lowe (sec retary) . It was decided to hold a picnic sports meeting on October ...