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Raspberry Buns [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941
Raspberry Buns Ingredients: I oz. ground rice, 5 oz. self-raising flour, 2 oz. butter, .2 oz. sugar, 1 egg, raspberry jam. Rub butter into the flour and ground rice, ? (luu uuj sugur; uiiA tu u nyuu jjiiatc with tlxe egg using a little milk if necessary. Roll out, cut into small rounds,, put half-teaspoon jam on oach, wet the edges and pinch them together. Place them with the joined side down- : : ? wards on a greased tin, spriiikle with- s.; .; coarse sugar; bake in, a quick -. ovon for about 12 minutes. v - . ?? V ? . /
SEEN in the shops SUMMER SALE BARGAINS [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941
vbt N SUMMER SALE BARCAIWS is the season when many firms stage Summer ^ sales, and to-day I have news of several of these. Mate's -Ltd. are in the last days of a most successful sale. i The Economic Frock Shop is still conducting a sale, of ] which you have already heard a good deal and of which. I ! have more news for you in this article. There is also news of a sale commencing at Farrah's. I bring you details of the subject most dear to a woman's heart — Cosmetics from Wilson White's up-to-the-minute pharmacy — and still more information from Hunter and Stellmg's Dependable Store. rpHE closing days of a sale rtln on the vast scale on which Mate's have worked, must bring untold bar gains. You have until one o'clock oil Saturday to call in and avail your-.| selves of .these final offerings. There arc still rich bargains to be found in every department, and I would recom mend you to look through your linen press and make any additions, at once,, while you can still take advantage of ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941
MATE'S ARE READY^OR^OHOOU^ ~ARE ~YOU ? '?«JI 4fj$SS|pjL ^ I wlpjil mp\ \ GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL WEAR GIRLS' NAVY CESARINE TUNICS. Guaranteed fadeless. FuIJ, roomy make and good hems. Size 24 inch, 7/11; size 27in., 8/11; 30 in., 9/11; 33in., 10/11; 36 and 39in., 12/6 NAVY SERGE TUNICS. All wool soft fine Serge Tailored, smartly tailored, with double yoke, pleats stitched to waist, 3: inch tacked hem. Sizes 22-42 inch from ? 19/11 NAVY LYSTAV FROCKS. Regulation style with white collars. Sizes 24-42 inch, priced from ........... 24/6 NAVY MILANESE BLOOMEUS. Sizes 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13. I Priced at ? ? 1/11 and 2/6 I WHITE PANAMA HATS, underlined with navy. 20 to ? 23 inch head fittings ? ? ? 7/11 ? NAVY FLANNEL BLAZERS. Doctor Flannel Blazers with I ribbon binding. Sizes 3 to 14. Priced from ? 14/11 i NAVY LLAMATEX FLANNEL BLAZERS, with navy rib B boa binding. Sizes 32-36. Priced from ? 18/11 § NAVY SILK COLLEGE BLOUSES, with neck suitable for S tic, long sleeves. Sizes 24-44 inch. From ? 4/...
COROWA SOCIAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941
COROWA SOCIAL NOTES Mrs. S. II. Howard, of Balldale, is an inmate of Corowa Hospital. iSister ' G. Elms hasv been granted leave of absence froni- Corowa Hospi tal, having beeil. accepted for Mic A.I.F. . Pte. Selwyn Ross-Edwards ? spenV leave with his parents, . Archdeacon n*wl ? T- ? T7I J ? tuiu, Avuaa-muwurus, Ul X11C JLtGC- * tory. Mrs. Charles Deal is seriously ill at: her: home at Wahgunyah. \-. - . 'The Rev. A. E. Frede, with Mrs.. Frede arid family, is on holiday - at; Caulfield, Melbourne. - - ?..fi'- Mr. G., II. Hicks, stationmaster '? at' Balldale, has reeoived -'-'notice of trans fer; '' ?:, . :??? ' \ / !The Rev. R. ;Maidment, with his: - family, will -lio leaving Corowa on. January 28. They were tendered 'a- % farewell social at St. Andrew^' School hall. Mr. T. Kirby, of the Colonial Sugar ? Refining Co., Fiji, is the guest of .'his ; uncle, Mr. Frank Galbraith. /.:/.
APPROACHING MARRIAGES [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941
APPROACHING MARRIAGES The' wedding will take place to morrow (Saturday)^ at the Church of Christ, Yarrawonga, of Heather, elder daughter -of Mr. and Mrs. 'J. Nichol son, Mulwala, and, Charles, only son of Air. C. -Wemyss and the late Mrs. Wrttivbb. ' ? * - . * * The marriage of -Miss Myra Knowles, daughter of the late1 Mr. and Mrs. J. Knowles, Rutherglen, and Mr. Alick ' Milne, only son of. the late Mr. Milne and of Mrs. A. - Milne, Daisy-street, Essendon, will ;be celebrated at St. James's Old Cathedral to-morrow (Saturday).
POULTRY Thursday, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941
POULTRY - Thursday, January 23. Hens, wluto 4/ .to o// black 5/6 to 6/, good 6/6- to 7/;. roosters,- good 6/ to 7/; gobblers, heavy 10/ to 12/, extra heavy, to 17/6;. turkey .hens, ' 7/ to 10/; ducks, 4/ to 4/6, extra prime ?to: 5/; geese, 3/ to 3/6.
Dalgety and Co's Profit [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941
Dalgety and Cc's Profit !? The manager of Dalgety' and Co. ;Ltd., Albury : (Mr. Day) has-: received the following cable from_head office, London, in regard to :'' operations for the vyear ended' Juno 30, :1940.: — . iNot profit, £147,682.- ' After adding last year's carry-forward- and .charg ing 12 months' preference and two ordinary dividends/ there is a, balance available of' £141,844. The directors recommend the appropriation of £20, 000 to the staff pr6vidcnt fund and the carry forward of„£121,844. Crew Walks Off Ship. — The crew of a steamer scheduled to sail to the tropics walked off the ship on Satur day last because of tho refusal of the owners to provide special ventilation for the engine-room and atqliehnld.
FRUIT AND VEGETABLE Thursday, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941
FRUIT AND VEGETABLE Thursday, January 23. For the information of local- and district growers, quotations are sup plied below. Those are, of course, sub-, joct to market variations:— Beetroot, carrots, parsnips, l/(i to 1/9; rhubarb 1/6 doz. bunches; green peas, 6/ to 7/ bushel; ; French beans; ' 3/ ? to 4/ bushel; cabbages, 3/ to 5/ dozen; let tuces, 1/ dozen; 'potatoes,1 new^ £15/10/ ton; lemons, 9/ to 11/. case; peaches, 4/ to 4/6 half-case; marrows, 2/ dozen; Hubbard squashes, 5/- cwt.; tomatoes, 7/ to 9/ bushel. -
Engaged To Marry [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941
? I? ISng^ged To Harry , Biddy, younger daughter of Mr. Edmond Gorman, Auburn, Borrigan, and the late Mrs. Gorman, to John, only son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Moloney, Hawthorn-grove, .Hawthorn. * sji ;? * Beatrice Arine (Trixie), only daugh ter... ot Mrs. B. C. .Campbell, Mosma'n, ?nnrVtho Into lr,. Tnmsi. T „l-. Barry,- Carratliool, to Maurice ?Charles, third son of /Mr. and --- 'Mrs, . T. ' H. Palmer, Peel, Batliurst. ' Myrtle, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Prowse, Young, to Vivian, only son of the Rev., and Mrs. C. A. Sims, Leeton. , ? ? . - -? - Doreen Nellie,, sccond daughter of Mrs; E.: S. -Davies, \Grafton, to Mr. Geoffrey 'Edward Matcham -Badgery, Carratliool, second son o.t Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Badgery, Grafton. ? a . Florence Ethel Marion, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gow, Griffith, and formerly of 'Hughen- den, ' ' Barellan, to John Woodside, Boree Plain, Griffith, youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Woodside, Kergunyah Park, Kergunyah (Vic.). * , « -.i:...
LATEST CASUALTY LISTS [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941
LATEST CASUALTY LISTS ? ? ? Albury. and Riverina soldiers:' — ? DIED OF WOUNDS ? H?te. F. L. Dempsey, West Wyalong. MISSING 'Pte. W. Lesberg; Warrens ? Sub.y Cootajnundra. WOUNDED VX719S, Pte. G. .Gehrig -(Inf.), .Gerogery; -VX20133, Pte. H. S. Ken nedy (Inf.), Albury; NX6137, Gnr. R. Stevenson (Art;), Narandera; NX19483, Pto. J. T. Ryan, (Inf.), Junee; VX533S, Lieut. R. II. McFur lane (Inf.), Deniliquin; VX5234, Pte. L. Stanley (Inf.), Deniliquin; VX15830, Pte. .J Henderson (Inf.), Deniliquin; Pte. A. L. Matthews, Temora.
Elected Library President for 12th Terms [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941
Elected Library President for 12th Terms Mr. C. Jones was elected -president for the 12th successive ? year; at tho annual- meeting of siibscribers of the: Wodonga Public Library on Tuesday night. vico-presiuents eioctea were messrs^ G. Awburn and J.' C... McHarg, whilo Mr. E. G. . May was appointed secre tary in place of 'Mr. B.. Anderson, who has loft; the town. , llev; Father Sait was elected - trea surer and Mr. V. F. O 'Sullivan auditor. The committee (fleeted was: — Messrs^. C. Jones, G. Awburn, « J. C. HcHarg, C. H.- Ryan, F. J. Breniian, J. R. Foster; D. N'.. A. Mclntyre, F. 'Aisbett, II. Collins, E. ,G. May and 1 Rev Fathers Sait - and Awburn; book .com mittee, : Messrs. ... J. C. McHarg,, -6. Awburn, Fathers Awburn and Sait;. billiard committee, Messrs. C. H Ryan and E. G. May. 'Pyjama Girl's' Body — Police wiH defend any Supreme Court action that: may folloT/ the issue of a writ de manding tho surrender of the body of an unidentified woman known as' the 'Pyjama Girl.' .
Annual Mid-January Special Sheep Sale [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941
Annual Mid- January Special . Sheep Sale John McNamara and Co. Pty. Ltd. report a ' highly successful /special sheep sale at Newmarket * on . January 15.: 10,000 wore: yarded, 9700 being sold, including an attractive . selection of crossbred ewes. A large attendance included buyers : from . Riverina and most'. Victorian , districts. - Competition was brisk. . Values showed a substan tial rise on recent ^Newmarket sales, and a ; clearance was quickly effected, with buyers unsupplied at ? close. ?' Main ? .'-'quotations:'-' — . ? Romney cross ewes, 2 yis. off, August shorn, good condition, 30/; Border Leicester cross ewes; '1 yr., September ; shorn, well grown, at condition, 29/10; English Leicester 'cross ewes, 1 yr., October shorn, well grown, fat condition, 28/9 ; crossbred ewes, 3 and 4 yrs., August shorn, ' big frames, great condition, 27/1; Border Leicester-merino cross ewes, 1 yr., August shorn, 1 mark, fair condition, 27/3; crossbrcd ewes, 4 yrs., September shorn, fair conditi...
ALBURY MARKETS PRODUCE Thursday, January 23. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941
ALBURY MARKETS PRODUCE Thursday, January 23. Bran, 1/7 per bushel; pollard, 1/7 per bushel; flour, sacks, : 150,'s 21/ cash, ' .22/ booked, 50 's 8/3, 8/6, 2o's 4/3, 4/5; creamery butter, 1/8 per lb. (no booking charge); hen eggs 1/ booked a dozen; bacon, roll 1/5, rashers 1/6, 1/7; middle, 1/7, 1/S; rashers 1/8, 1/9; .hams, 1/6 per lb.; ? potatoes, 5/6. peilqr.; onions, 3d.- per lb. '
Melbourne Poultry Shade Steadier [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941
Melbourne Poultry Shade Steadier MELBOURNE. — Prime Muscovy drakelings, 10/. to 12/ a pair, medium to good 6/6 to 9/6 /'-prime Muscovy ducklings, 5/ to 6/3, medium to good 4/ to 4/9; ' ordinary ducks and duck lings, 3/ to . 5/; ! prime roosters, 10/ to 11/9, medium 6/6 to 8/6; stags and staggy roosters, 2/6 to 4/;.; prime chickens, 9/ to - 10/6, , medium to good ?5/6 to 7/6, ?small 2/6 to 5/; prime W.L.f chickens, 3/ to 5/6, small . 1/ to 1/6; prime colored liens; 8/6 to 10/6, medium- to good '5/6 to 7/, small 2/6 to- 4/9; best W.L. hens, 1 3/3 to 4/6, small 2/6 to 2/9; prime pullets, 7/ to 9/, medium to good 3/ to 6/3. »???.. Ship Losses Severe. — Sinco June, :lif)40, Britain's average weekly ship ping looses havo risen from 41,000 tons to 90,000 tons. Britain, is en deavoring to counteract the losses by building', buying, and chartering, and by switching as many ships as 'possible from Australasia and tho Far East to the Atlantic.
Melbourne Sheep Market [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941
Melbourne Sheep Market At Newmarket .sales of fat sheep '(281 trucks and 9280 by road) best wethers were easier and ewes 'about equal to last' week's rates.- Prime 2 tooth wetliers sold to 21/, prime come ?back wethers 16/ to 18/,' secondary wethers 10/ to 12/5 puimcj ewes 11/ to .14/, secondary 6/ to 10/. About 2000 istore sheep wero offered. Young cross bred owes wero firm and other ewes ?and wethers equal to last week's rates. For fat lambs (181 trucks and 11,300 by road) the market was eq-'ttl to last Tuesday. Prime heavy sold to 26/, with extra prime at 27/10, prime shorn 21/ to 23/, secondary 18/ to 21/.
RAND MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941
RAND MARKET Younghusband Ltd., Albury and Rand, report: — We conducted our monthly market at Rand on January 20, when w.e yarded ll,000i store slieep. The Rand district has not been as well favored in' the new year with rain as other centres, and. the .stock generally arc still .showing the effects ' of the past dry season.'- 'Buyers were in attendance from Go.rowa, Albury, Wagga, Henty, Y6rong Creek and all surrounding districts. . - 'Prices generally were in buyers' favor. Principal prices - at auction were:. Crossbred ewes, 1. yr., well grown, good condition; . joined to Shropshire .rams, 28/; crossbred eweSj 3 yrs. off, joined.- j Borders . Leicester rams, 22/; Corriedale-.merino .cross owes, '! yr.;' 18/1; merino ewes, 3 and 4 vrs.. drv. 10/11: 6 and 8-tooth ewes, odd - faulty, -8/5; crossbred ewes, sound mouths, low . condition, 7/3; crossbred ewe weaners 15/7, - 13/; mixed scxed weaners, _ 14/3, .13/9, 13/1, 13/, 11/3, according to size and condition; cross bred wethers, 1 -y...
COWRA FORTNIGHTLY STOCK MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941
x C0WRA FORTNIGHTLY STOCK MARKET ; Norman C. Bellamy and -Co. report cn .the fortnightly stock market at Cowra on Tuesday, January 21 : — -.- ? Cattle. — Light yarding of 280; majority being in, the fat pens : and comprised mostly useful .quality, well suited to the 'trade. Values showed a* decline of fully 20/ -in places on last day's high rates. In .tlio store section competition was keen and the' market was firm at late rates. 'Quotations.-^-Steers: Prime -..£12/16/ to £13/3, do. good £9/17/ to £11 10/, do. light £6/19/ to £7/15/; cows, heavy £11/8/ to £11/15/, do. good £9/8/ to £10/7/, light £6/11/ to £8/12/; heifers, -heavy .to £11/7/; do.: light £8/6/. to - £9/16/; - vealers,' heavy £ 9 /7 / to' £ 1 0 /ll, do. . small £ 5 ? .12/:- to- £7.- Stores: . Cows with calves to £11, plain £6/10/ to £8/7/; steers, -21 'years £7/15/, do. li years £5/2/ to £5/8/; heifers, £4/10/ to ;£4/15/; yearlings, £3/19/ to £4/7/. Sheep.— 7 00 0' slieep forward, in cluding a moderate supply of good qu...