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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 3 January 1941
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FANTASTIC PASTIMES [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 3 January 1941
FANTASTIC PASTIMES Jf»ROM the dawn of time man has sought to devise ways and means of amusing himself during hours of leisure, and a large number of present-day sports are survivals or adapta tions of these primitive pas times* Thus it is that cricket fighting, frog jumping, fish rli-ialc n 7-1 r] +Tio lilrp P.flTl still be witnessed in various coners of the globe. ? Not long ago the authorities of the .London Zoo received a line collection of Siamese fighting fish. So 'belligerent are these fishes that for centuries past they have been employed- as : profes sional pugilists in tlie- land of their origin. When a, fight, is 'staged' the two combatants are placed in a glass bowl suspended f i-om the ceiling, thus afford ?. ing spectators' a good view of the pro ceedings. Immediately, .the aquatic pugilists attack each other with; unbelievable violence. Tails and fins are slashed to ribbons before the umpire's decision is given. If they survivey . the' fish will never be allowed to fig...
GUNDOWRING [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 3 January 1941
GUNDOWRING Gundowring State School was filled to overflowing when the children stag ed their annual break-up concert, and Father Christmas made liis annual visit. Each child received a present. The opportunity was taken tp farewell Mr. Lonsdale, who has been teacher for 2i years. He has been allotted a school nearer Melbourne, and has also been accepted for the air force. Mr. L. U. Arundel, president or , tlie scnooi committee, in presenting Mr. Lonsdale with a wristlet watch from the parents and friends, spoke of the splendid work ho had done during his period in the district. - On behalf of tlie children, Miss Dorothy Boyd presented him with a money-belt. Mr. J. A. Ford, on behalf of the Young Farmers' Association, gave him a fountain-pen. Misses A. E. Barton, A. McQuilton, A. Crosthwaite, T. McMahon and J; Crosthwaite also spoke. Dancing was kept up till early hours of the morn ing. ? ' v
WALLA [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 3 January 1941
.WALLA 1 Mr. and Mrs; Bay Paeeh are being congratulated on the birth of a. son. Mr. and Mrs* AJva Smith speilt ; the Christmas -holidays at Wagga with Mrs. Smith's relatives, Mrs. Meuer and her small daughter, of Benmark (South Australia)y are the guests of Mr. and Mrs, D. W. Murray. Mr, and Mrs. O. Prizabella and Mr, and Mrs. H. Prizabella motored to Dubbo for the holidays. Pte. D. Filtness spent leave with his family at Walla. Gnr. P. Scholz also spent leave with his family. Mr. and Mrs. C. Boehm, Sydney, are spending holidays with Mr. Boehm 's parents at Walla. iMr. . and Mrs. Halleron visited friends at Walla on their way to Mul wala. Miss V. Boundy spens Christmas with her sister in Aibury. Miss Howell, Wangaratta, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L, C. Lindner ror the holidaysV The monthly meeting of . the Farm ers and Settlers was presided over by the president (Mr. E. Shipard). The following resolutions were passed: — (1) That we protest to the Aibury and Wodonga councils agains...
JINDERA [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 3 January 1941
JINDERA The St. Paul's Women's Guild held r. successful Christmas function in the hall last Saturday evening, ^featuring a -Christmas tree and tho appearance of Santa Claus. Each ohild received a gift. Special donations received wore: — Mr. and Mrs. J. O'Donnell 10/, iMesdames H. Lindner 4/, W. Kloso 2/, C. E. Sawyer and A. Wood 1/ each, Messrs. C. Bunker and F. Krause 1/ each. Winners at the euchre were Messrs. A. Klinberg and E. Hoff mann, Mesdames A. Ortlipp, A. Wood, O. E. Sawyer and H. Funk, Misses B. Sawyer and L. Wehner.
JUNEE [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 3 January 1941
JUNEE illlabo Shire President's War Fund fca's a credit of £358 Donations dur ing. ..December were: Bachelors and ?.'s . ? ? spinsters ' ball committee,- £45 ; W anta- .badgery sports, £49; lllabo sliite cm ployees' dance, £14./ ' r Junee Intermediate High .School transfers include: Mr. G. E. Madgwick ? ? - (headmaster), to Singleton; Miss M. Reid (mistress of the infants', depart \j ment), to Liverpool; Mr.. B. Brown (head of tho primary department and : ? first assistant m the school), to Cowra. - Cr. H. L. Bobertson was re-elected : president of lllabo Slure Council for ? the sixth tune an succession. . , ' ; , v: , lllabo Shire Council has prepared' a, j :k ?':)! - , main Toads programme for ,;1941 . for -' £5500, to which tno department will contribute £4070. r . - ^ . Bandsmen presented Mr. ; Jim March with a set oi' toilet requisites; in recog-, '--v.:-.. -v : niti on. .ot his work for the band. ? He .?is.';- , ? has. been secretary since its inception. - ifflabo Bush Fire Br...
WALBUNDRIE [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 3 January 1941
T' WALBUNDRIE ' . ? : A Christmas festival was held in the Walbund'rio Hall, at which the children ? were entertained m a goodly number. ????'. ' Santa Claus presented each child with a gift. For tho adults cards, dancing andi other amusements were provided.' Mr. Geo. Eoblin has passed his final examination for tho ;E.A.A.F. and has ? entered the camp at (Laverton. . ? ftfiA and Mrs. A- Altman Oakbank are spending the holidays with j « relatives m tho district.
BEECHWORTH [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 3 January 1941
BEECHWORTH At the last meeting of the Progress Association, the president (Mr. J. J. Macaulay reported on the visit of in spection made by members and -5fHcers of the Tourist Eesorts Committee to various beauty spots, to the munici pality, which were the subjects of application for grants. Shire council lors had also accompanied the commit tee during the inspection, and it was probable as a result of the visit the association 'would roceive a grant ? for improvements to the parking area, and that the- council would get some assist ance for the Gorge and Stanley roads and for making walking tracks to local beauty spots. The association, in conjunction with the Harmonica Band, will be carrying out the usual New Year's Eve celebrations at the Lord ,and Camp street- intersection. Amongst the donations received and acknowledged at the monthly meeting of the board of management of the Ovens District Hospital were: Estate late Alfred Fen ton, £15; estate late Sir W. A. Zeal, £6/0/; estate ...
WEST WYALONG [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 3 January 1941
WEST WYALONG Mr; -and Mrs: James McCormick, of . West Wyalong, are spending a holiday in Sydney. . 'Mr. and Mrs. Jack McCormick, who recently left Barellan, after having lived there for a number of years, are spending a holiday in West' Wyalong. Mrs.-.F. McGowan, Bexley, spent a holiday; with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Smith,- West Wyalong. i Tho'-Eev, Andrew' Palmer, Ungarie, underwent an operation for appendi citis in tho Wyalong District Hospital. f,Mr. Eoddy, : of Mulwala, has been appointed headmaster . of the West Wyaiong .District School, and will take up duty ' here after the summer vaca tion. -J. ;? ' Miss Lorna Menzies, of the staff of the 'West Wyalong District School for the ipast two yoars, has . been trans ferred to Singleton, where she will take;;up) duty after the vacation. Miss Menzies was hon. secretary of the Younger Set for tho past year, and was prominent in tennis circles.
COROWA [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 3 January 1941
COROWA | \When directors of Corowa Hospital ] , met at .their last monthly meeting they were informed by the secretary (Mr. E.. V. Ma-honey) that the subsidy had been increased as from July 1 last by 100 ? per cent., and that a cheque for £435 had been received to make up the amount due by the increase. The amount of tho increased subsidy is now £2500 pqr annum. Donations totalling £15/15/ were received with thanks. Mr. E. W. Alston's tender for £14/17/6 for a, sound-proof door was accepted. Matron Gallagher re ported that the daily average for the month had been 05, The sum of £187 had been collected by the contribution scheme collector, and there were now 1953 subscribers. v A farewell social was tendered to Gnr. Hamilton Kerr, son of Mr. 'and Mrs. J. Kerr, Corowa. . When nominations closed for the election of four aldermen to Corowa council, caused by the resignations ol four aldermen as a protest against the State Government's action in suspend ing all triennial elections for th...
UPPER MURRAY [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 3 January 1941
. UPPER, MURRAY The monthly meeting of Jingellic-* Wialwa Bed Cross branch will be held at Jingellic on Tuesday, January 7. The monthly meeting of the Ournie sub'^Ib ranch will be held at Ournie on January 8. 'Mr. ..and Mrs.y Alan McMeekin 'visit- ed Sydney over .the week-end for . the wedding of Mrs. ^Alan : McMeekin 's brother, Pte. Bert Mudge, : to ; . Miss Lanev Stewart, of Yass. ? - ? ? |Mrs. Smith, of 'Sydney, is the guest of her b'rotlier,, Mr. L. J; Nicholls, of 'The Falls.' ' Mrs. Phil Lees. , with her small son , is at Bendigo staying with Mrs; Lees!, mother, Mrs. Carson. Mr. Lees wont to Bendigo for Christmas. . : Mr. and Mrs. Max Houston, of' Bur rowyo, spent Christmas at Hay.
TUMBARUMBA [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 3 January 1941
TUMBARUMBA Miss Eileen' Took, daughter of Mr. and Mrs., J. Took, Tumbarumba, ha* ???!? passed her examination in midwifery, and now holds the double nursing dis tinction. Sister Donnelly, who enlisted for nursing service with the A.I.F., aomo time ago, will go into camp at the beginning of January. She left Tumbarumba last week, after she has n/i.fi'nn- TViof-urm of TV? at.Vl Hospital, during tlio absence of Matron Devenish-Meares, who was on holidays. ' . Leading Stoker J. A. Eeid, of the Eoyal Australian Navy, has returned to duty, after spending leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Reid, Tumba rumba. Mr. A. T. Williams, headmaster of the Tumbarumba 'Public School, with Mrs. Williams and their three children, are spending the school holidays at Burrill Lake, on the South Coast. Cr. C. J. Chisholm, who has been a member of the Tumbarumba Shire Council for 15 years, has been re elected President of the Council, with out opposition. , Mr. Albert Edward Trim, Tumba rumba, has been ...
ANSWERS TO POSERS (See page 9) [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 3 January 1941
ANSWERS TO POSERS | (See page 9) 1. If the tail is carried too far up right it' is termed a 'squirrel' tail. Tho tail of a male bird consists of three different lots of feathers. There are tho short, curled ones nearest the root, the true tail feathers, which are stiff, and; usually all the same length, and the sickles or long, curved feath ers, wihich project 'beyond the true? tail featheris. 2. At six months the calf will usually eat 0.5 lb. of concentrates a day, at two months about 1 lb., and' at three months 2 lb. Unless it is desired to push the animal ahead rapidly, - no more than this need 'be fed to the skim-milk calf up to six months. Since skim-milk is very rich in protein, it is not necessary to use protein-rich foods as concentrates for skim-milk calves. The farm-grown grains such as maize, oats, .barley, &c., give fully as good re sults, and are ordinarily the cheapest ' concentrates available.' Mixing small amounts of such well-liked feeds ~as linseed metfl or...
Goodwill Between Council and Employes Expressed At Presentation of Cups [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 3 January 1941
Goodwill Between Council and Employes ? E Goodwill between Hume Shire councillors, and employes was the keynote, of a unique function at the Council Chambers on Tuesday afternoon, December 24. v - - ' 1 ' The occasion was the handing over to- the president (Cr. J. E. Jelbart) and Municipal and Shire Employes' Association Cup, which had been won out I- ? ; ? 1— . | right by the Hume Shire relay teqm- at the annual sports of ? Aibury branch of the associa tion.'.... - ... ' As an appreciation - of the gesture of the team' iii; giving . -the ' ? cup to council for ' sate-keeping, the presiaeiu, on behalf of council/, prestiii'.od each member of -the- team, with- a- replica of the trophy. / ?. ? ? The function was unique -in that it was the first time i councillors and em ployes had -met- -together, '-'in such a con vivial atmosphere, j. Also- present, l)y special invitation; Wtere , wives of em ployes. ? ?* ' ' The council chambers - were ? decor ated with streamers'by^ the 'sliire cle...