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FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND MAKE 1941 A RECORD FODDER YEAR Appeal To Producers To Conserve Feed Supplies [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND MAKE SMI A RECORD FODDER YEAR Appeal To Producers To Conserve Feed Supplies j Producers are being urged by the Royal Agricultural Society of N.S.W. to make 1941 a record fodder year, wherever the recent rains have made that possible. The drought, with the consequent abnormal demand for hay, etc., coupled with the much reduced production of cei'eal hay, had created a situation that was most serious for ail stock owners, states the society's secretary (Col. G. C/ Somerville). , . As the demand for all classes of feed exceeded the supply, it behoved , farmers and graziers to -effectively .plan to ease the position by growing millets, sorghums, maize, Sudan grass, and other crops which could quickly supply material to 'Mill the gap.' lit many districts the recent ruins had given opportunities to make im mediate sowings of the above quick growing crops, and the expert know ledge . of departmental officers should be availed of at once, so that the best results coul...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMPLETE DETAILS OF GRAIN TRIALS WHEAT VARIETIES [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

COMPLETE DETAILS OP GRAIN TRIALS WHEAT VARIETIES ' District .: . .' . . .. Holbrook Gnrogery Osborne Creek Munyabla Burrumbuttock Balldale ? Walbundrle Ringwood Bidgeemia : French Park ;. .- ? Experimenter . . . . G. Perry C. W. Moll R. Nottle C. C. Campbell F. B. Habermann C. H Cochrane E. J. Bartlett ? F. and J. Knight J. McLellan ' L. T. a'Beckett ?-. Nature o£- Soil . . Grey' to brown loam Red loam Brown 'lcam to red Brown loam to red Red loam Brown loam Brown loam to grey Strong brown loam Strong red loam Strong red loam : vv; ' - (billaBoris) - - - - . - -?? ?..???? ? ? ? ? - ? (billabong). . , .. i . .... -... ? - f - Ploughing ; '. ? . . ' . ; August 1939 ~ August 1939 Sept.,' 1939 July, 1939 August. 1939 August, 1939 September, 1939 . August, 1939 : Sundevcut May, '39 ; May, 1938; re j| „ , v ' again Oct. disced August i .... . v: ; old land 'last cron Old land, last crop Old land, wheat and Old land, lay out to Old land. Last crop Old land. Last Old land. Last crop Old c u...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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DO YOU RECOGNISE THESE ALBURY PEOPLE? [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

DO YOU RECOGNISE THESE ALBURY PEOPLE? - - - - - CANDID CAMERA STUDIES OF ALBURY PEOP LE SNAPPED BY THE 'BANNER' CAMERAMAN

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 — 24 January 1941

= Atteaatsma ~ ! 5 T© 'Ptoszo ©sfdegs | : S You can get what you want in w 5 quick time if you 'phone your g« i | TIMBER REQUIREMENTS K ?? ? ? ? i ml— ' '' M S to us. All wanted Timbers kept S3 i !S in stock, ensuring delivery at S I 3 shortest noticc. ». j I Morton Brothers s i * S 1 g Timber Merchants and Builders m m Suppliers JJj 5 485 Crisp S^.t ALBURY. Phone 90 m giBfiBBBBBB EESE2BB2B BBaa0iS!6g| A. & G. Smith FARMERS ! 't^TE invite you to visit Albury 's Largest and Most Up-to-Dato ' Workshop and Tool-room, where : every class of GENERAL ENGINEERING and REPAIR WORK is earned , out. Remember it is the; better Plant, and. Tools plus that extra bit pf skill ?which i moans a better Job; For ' bettor engineering cull at Albury 's.: leading Engineers and Pump Specialists. A. & O. SMITH, ,

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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LAVINGTON [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

LAVINGTON' Mr. S; Carlisle received wounds to' the head requiring 12 stitches when j the steering gear of his motor truck j locked, overturning the vehicle neai' the ' Mullengandra Hotel on Sunday. Last Wednesday evening a farewell sOfiin.l xv s tnnrlArorV 'Pfrj : . The customary gift, a wallet iand acces sories, was presented to Pte. Quirk -by. Cr. W. Briese. He said their guest , . would soon be taking part in the fight ' for the liberty of the world, and . that he would uphold the . honor o£ liia country. ?Frank, Tony, Brian and Barbara, children of Mr. and Mrs. J. Buchhorn, are spending a holiday in Sydney. Mrs. S. Fraser lias her mother and sister, Mrs. and Miss Drum, Hay, stay-, ing with her. Mrs. W Burkitt, who . went under an operation in .Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney, returned on Saturday much improved in health. -Mrs: E. Quirk is in Melbourne, where she will' stay until her husband goes overseas. ? Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson, and their children, of Cootamundra, arc holi...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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TUMBARUMBA [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

TUMBARUMBA Mr.. W. Thomson presided over tlie last meeting of the Tumbarumba sub branch of the R.S.S.I.L.A. Mr. Thom son said that, although incomplete, the accounts appeared to show a healthy position It was agreed to liave the nnnnnl ' mooHtiir n„ Pnln.oTv 8 ' mViA' honorary secretary i(Miv J. Climpson) reported that the Boxing Day : sports had cleared £53 for the Benevolent Fund, and this with extra efforts run in conjunction would; be brpught up to about £80. Mr. Climpson' took ad vantage of the opportunity - to '-thank all who had helped to make -the day a success. The president brought -'under notice the invaluable services of Messrs. W F. 'Gaylard and J. : -.'Gardner at the sports, and the m.eeting agreed to a motion of appreciation -of their efforts for the league. Mr. ; Climpson offered a -special word of thanks to the Rosewood members of the sub ibran&li, whose efforts during 'the year were largely responsible :? for the sub branch 's financial achievement. When he...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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DISTRICT TENNIS Hume Association Competition GAMES TO BE PLAYED TO-MORROW [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

DISTRICT TENNIS Hume Association Competition GAMES TO BE PLAYED TO-MORROW A close game was played between | Jindcra and Gerogery -Reds on Satur day, the former winning by 9 sets S7 games to & sets 75 games. According to results so far it appears that these: toanis will '-figure in the B grade grand fiiiitl. ? E.L.G- easily . defeated, yt. John's by 13 sets SO games to 5 sets til . nnninn. '- ' 1 ' . '' ' , . I Next Saturday's matches are:— , J 1A Grade: St. John's v. Glenellen Greens, Glenellen- ? Golds v. Walla i Blues, Burrumbuttock v. Walla Reds, Walla Golds bye. : . .1 !B Grade: Gerogery Blues v. St. 'John's, . Jindera v. Burrumbuttock, Walla' v. EiL.G:, Gerogery Reds bye. . All matches', to -be plaj'od on courts of first-named clubs. £500,000 Lost Liquidated at £1.125. — What remains ^f the former' A.U.S.Ni -interstate freighter Orungal (5826 tons), now lying off Barwon Heads, has been sold for £1125, the successful tenderer being' the well known Melbourne wrecking firm...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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Another New Cousin Cudgewa. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

Another New Cousin Cudgewa. - Dear Uncle, — This -is my fii^t letter to the Page, and I would like you to enrol me. My -sister, June, has gone to Melbourne for her holidays. I had a letter from her and. she said slio doosii^fc want to come home. : I would like ' Bardia ' ' ?, for my. ipen-name. I will close. Wishing aunty, the nine teen and yourself the best of health. — Your fond niece, DOROTHY BARBER. (.Tune must like Melbourne , very much, Dorothy,' if she doesn 't. want, to come home. Yes, I think, the- pen-name you chose would* be .very appropriate now.) '. i... i. | |

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FAREWELL SOCIAL AT ALLAN'S FLAT Teacher and Family Honored [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

FAREWELL SOCIAL AT . ALLAN'S FLAT Teacher and Family Honored ? i The Allan's Flat hall was crowded - on' the occasion of a farewell v and social to Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Pudcle phatt and family, before their de parture for Staniey, waere Mr. PiKi, ? ttephatt has been appointed lwad teacher. Friends wore .present from Kiowa, Dederantr. Yackandandah. Wodonira, Albury, liiaranduda and other centres. The evening was spent in. dancing to music supplied by Messrs. Roy Arnold .and Alex Keat. The chairman (Cr. II. Hodgson) said that Mr. Puddephatt had been an able and conscientious teacher, and' had been instrumental in securing many pleasures and benefits for the school. During' his term of 17 -years as head teacher; lie had earned i the goodwill and -respect of : both - parents and children. ? ? ? ? . : m v- ??- - Mr. D.J: Nichol and Mr; F. Diffey also spoke and both wished. Mr. and Mrs. Puddephatt and family every thing of the best in their new district. Cr. Hodgson presented the guests wit...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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Holidaying In Sydney Newtown. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

Holidaying In Sydney. Newtown. ? - Dear Uncle,— iAt present I am holi daying in Sydney. I am enjoying my self Very much, as. the weather is nice and' cool., /Sometimes it rairis without warning^ anil there is a rush' to get the: \yashing in. Yesterday we went over to Manly ?beach and went in the water, wJucn was: lovely ; ana cooj. Santa 'Glaus brought me a pair of slip pers, three books, a .printing set, a ?pair of sox and play suit. There 'is not onuch news, but- I will think of some more another time. How is the weather at Albury? Tuesday ^night. we; weiit to Iiuna Parle. I ;got cm the merry-go-r'ound and went in a littlo boat for a - trip round the world. Did the nineteen have a merry .. Christmas and did they, find anything in the pud-, dings? I foun'd a bachelor's -button and two threepences. This is all the news, . so cheerio. — With love- - from, v | 'BUTTERSCOTCH.' j (I think Sydney is a great place for | a holiday, Shirley. We . have been | having fairly warm weather here....

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JUNEE [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

JUNEE. . Mr, Geoffrey Goldsworthy has re turned from Melbourne; where, lie. has been holidaying with his brother, .who is in the Air Force. Mr. Geoffrey Gol4sworthy is on the Air Force , re servp, ? ; Mr.' G. Wlieatley, lllabo, lias been taken to .Tunee Hosntal. The Rev. and Mrs.' A. Dau will be leaving shortly for Cobargo, to which centre the Rev. Dau has' been appoint ed- as rector. -. . After an' absence of eight weeks, the : Divisional Returning Officer. Mr. W. H Miller, has returned to liis office. For some time his health has been very poor. Mr. A. Donald/ of the Public Works Department, Jias been transferred from Junee to Barmedman, - and . is being relieved ;by Mr. Driver,- Jugiong. Mrs; As-' Edward, of Edward-street; has gone, to Sydney to join her lius baud? who has taken up a position there. . . ? . . ' » A letter.; has ibepn received from tho Minister fqr the Air that Juneo is under investigation as a site for . the establishment of a training sciool ?under the. air trai...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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PAINTING COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

PAINTING COMPETITION Color the Picture to the: Best Adyantage with Paints or Crayon?. Name; ? ? Address ? ? ? ? Age ..... .:...V.. ... ... . v. .;. ... ' Birthday. . .:. . . ... ..... . ...... . ;-. .This competition is open to young readers under 16. Twojprizes -will .be awarded — one in the senior division (12 years and under '16) and one in the junior division (all children under 12 years). ' Each entry must bo accompanied by your full name and address, to gether with your age, and must bear the signature of ono of your parents, a school teacher, or guardian, stating that the age given is : correct, and tho work your own. ? Address - ?ntry to Unci? Jeff, 'Albury Banner,' Albury, 'before Monday,. January S6

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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THE ROCK [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

I THE ROCK, The annual meeting of Thp Roc]c branch of the R.S.S.I.L.A; was held latet- Friday .i The) retiring president (Mr. Linsay), who has held this office 6since the inauguration qf the i league, has been a tower Qf strength i to the branch, and it was much ( regretted tlfjlt' he did Jiot spelt re 'elcction for the ensuing year, The following' officers yore elected: Pre sident, Mr. A. C. Ferrier j vice-presi- dents, Messrs. A. Linsay and K. Nor man; secretary, Mr. ? M. S. Donkin; treasurer, Mr. -J. Mackenzie; commit tee, Messrs. D. Longmuir, J. ..Cherry,. i1 E. Hussey,' (X B. Taylor, II. Boag and '^A-.- -Martin; .rpstees, Messrs. : N. Milne, AV. Turner and A. C. Ferrier. Miss M. Robinson, of M Erinvale, ' ' Junee, is spending a ifortnight's holi day, with her uncle and. aunt, Mr. and Mrs. P. Matthews. friends of Mrs. W. Reid will be sorry to learn she is an inmate of Wagga Base Hospital. Miss Ruth Magrath is a ^patient at Rawson private hospital, Wagga, where she. underwent an ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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A Holiday In Melbourne Kelvin View, via Euroa. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

A Holiday In Melbourne Kelvin .View, via Euroa. Dear -Uncle, — ;1 went to Melbourne on Monday, January G, and had a beautiful time. From then till yester-. day we stayed at our aunt's place at the beach. ,.We went down on a special train and got .out -it « the Spencer-street station. Then we got a taxi and went to /the; place. Then we hnrl . JV-P.lin nf fnn 'Tinrili nn/l nn^vneood ourselves. We put out 'clothes . on and: went to the beach for about half an hour. The ships that draw the dirt up from the bottom of the sea wore there. In tho .-port was tlie ship ythat ' takes people for bay trips. . Across tho sea wo could see the lighthouse and ' the children- from the', lighthouse , going home in a .boat. I woul'd, not like to be out 'there with water all round me'. One. thing, there -.would ; ,bo ; no dust . and plenty-, of fresh fish. One after noon we vent- to Luna ' Park and - we just got in as it was .closing. —So we . had to come out again. . There- were many aeroplanes , flyin...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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COUNTRY NEWS (Continued) LAVINGTON C.W.A. To Help Albury Baby Health Centre [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

COUNTRY NEWS ? ? ^ ? (Continued) ? LAVINGTON C.W.A. To Help Albury Baby Heaith Centre LAVINGTON— The: first- meeting for the new year held by .the .C.W.A. decided -to concentrate , its worlc for! the next 12 months in assisting the; Albury Baby Health Centre to liqui date its building fund debt. The president of the Riverina Group' (Mrs. A. G. Colquhoun) is anxious that this should be accomplished soon. In appreciation of the fact .that the : Sacred ' Heart School had been given free of charge for entertainments ar ranged to raise funds for soldiers' 1 comforts, it was resolved to. make a donation of £2/2/ to the school's building fund. ? . The president 'welcomed a new mem-, bgr, Mrs. Alf Polkinghorne, and ex tended birthday greetings to Mesdames Holmes' and (Cunningham^ ' who .*wpr»; presented 'with bouquets. The Gerogery branch '-wrote ' con gratulating the Younger Set on their line gesture in donating £3/3/ tc the Albury Baby Health Centre Building Fund. The secretary reported t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

' r.' . r. i. ? ? ???.. ' lrow!it|f^^»ilities... To all of us have come new tasks, new problems, new and growing responsibilities. And just as we welcome oppor-* tunities for scrvice, so do we assume with enthusiasm the obligations of greater efficiency. To the busy professional man, among others, such circum stances specially enhance the value of a cheque account . . . for payment by chcque constantly saves time and energy, and provides a ready and accurate record of financial transactions. The Rural Bank provides an efficient and friendly cheque account service at the Head Office, or any Branch. Interest-bearing fixed deposits are also accepted. ★ Use the Bank's Service Department to obtain general inf or- motion qn d statistics. Rest and writing facilities arc provided ior country visitors. The Service Department is situated on the Ground Floor of the Head Office Building. mini HANK OF NEW SOJTII WALES. ^ HEAD 0 FFI C^'^^^^MARTIN PLACE. SYDNEY ^ Albury Branch ? Dean Street Manage...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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Recent Rains of Immense "Benefit" MARKED RESPONSE IN GRASSES Stock Inspector's Report To Board [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

Reoent Stains of Immense 'Benefit' ? — —flu ? ? MARKED RESPONSE IN GRASSES Stock Inspector's Report To Board Immense benefit to summer crops and pastures, as well % as relief to tlie acute domestic water shortage, and, in many instances stock supplies, had resulted following the timely and very valuable rain which had fallen in the district since the last meeting, stated the stock inspector (Mr. J. G. Johnston) in his report to the Albury P.P. Board last Friday. - There liacl been a marked response in perennial grasses, while the seed of annuals had germinated very well. .growth of clover on some proper ties was remarkably good, and if we ? were fortunate enough to get inters mittent falls at frequent intervals the growth should progress satisfactorily and ensure a good autumn.. Stock In Good Condition Stock were holding their condition well and on anany places were getting %!good fill of fresh feed. No out vifeaks of disease had 'been reported. There had been some trouble in young ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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THE MOTORING WORLD News and Notes From the N.R.M.A. State Motor Taxation [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

JIJF ' MOTORING WORLD News and Notes From the N.R.M.A, State Motor Taxation ? (The State Government,' in response to N.R.M.A. representations, says that , it is not possible to consider any re - -duction in. motor vehicle .taxation at present; Mr.. H. I.1 Johnsori/ . general ?secretary-' of ; the Association, regards the answer as most unsatisfactory^ and says that (further representations- will be made -in the ? matter. - - In his. reply!' the. Minister for Transport (Mr. .- Brux- , ? ncr;, : saia mat :ane- auuitionai- .motor i ?taxi imposed in 1939 was. being used to meet interest and ' other.,: charges -on loan's appropriated -in' -the - past: 'for main, and developmental roads, .-and to pay the cost jOf ? .new . developmental . roads and ! bridges. : The question -of - a. remission of tlip tax needed to be con ? sidered . with 'other taxation measures, and the order and 'degree of relief from ' taxation depended upon . the trend , of State finances. .The 1 N.R.M.A.' had mentione...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

BETTER MONUMENTAL WORK AT LOWEST COST J. J. WARTZELHAN MONUMENTAL SCULPTOR Cr. Young & Swift Streets, Albury NEAR RAILWAY GOODS SHEDS Admitted to be the Best for all Kinds of Monumental Work ? ? uvI'a. General Cemetery Work Carried Out in all Classes otZ' ' MARBLE AND GRANITE MONUMENTS,. KERljlNGS, TOMB ' ' VAULTS ' „ My Prices are Far Below City Prices and only First-class Workman-' ship. and Materials Used. Work supplied and erected anywhere in N.S.W. or Victoria. H Designs and Prices given for all Classes of Monumental Work. - jj

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RESULTS OF DISTRICT GRAIN TRIALS SUMMARISED REMARKABLE YIELDS DESPITE SEASON Wheat, Oats and Barley Varieties Tested [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

RESULTS of district grain trials summarised REMARKABLE YIELDS DESPITE SEASON Wheat, Oats and Barley Varieties Tested (By tlie Senior Agricultural Instructor for the Southern Rivfcrina, Mr. G-. C. Bartlett, H.D.A.) Many comments: on cultivation and comparisons of the yields in the various farmers' experiment plots con ducted throughout the Southern Riverina during the past season, are contained in the following, article by the Senior District Agriculture Instructor (Mr. G. C. Bartlett). Complete details of the trials in table forni are to be found on page 13. The wealth of information to be obtained from these tables will no doubt be appreciated by all wheat farmers, and it is suggested that they be cut put and filed for future reference. ? ? ? ? We have had a run of four . most extraordinary seasons of extremes. In 1937 and 1938 there were two major droughts in succession. Following this we naturally expected a run of good seasons, but 1939 was a record wet year. Districts with a 28...

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