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ACCIDENTS AND HAPPENINGS SIX AIRMEN KILLED IN CRASHES Three Air Force Planes [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

ACCIDENTS . AND;. IAPPE1NGS SIX AIRMEN KILLED IN CRASHES Three Air Force Planes . Two R.A.A.F. officers and four lead ing aircraftmen we're killed in three flying training accidents in N.S.W. and Queensland during the week end. Those .killed were Pilot - Officer j^uugiub jjuiuuuu £,±) formerly of Inverell (N.S.W.), and Flying-Officer Lionel Barton Hack, 25, single, North Adelaide; and ' Leading Aircraftman Herbert John Towcll, 23, single, ! Hendra - (Q.); Henry James Pope, 22, single/ North Adelaide; Don ald Andrew. Veitchj'. 25/ Yeronga (Q.); and Leonard Watson Turner, 23, single, Gloucester (N.S.W.). Pilot-Officer -Allan: and L.A.C.'s Powell and Pope . were killed ' on Saturday when, the . aircraft in which they were .practising ' gunnery dived into the ground a;. few miles south of Evans Head'; (N.S.W.) bombing and. gunnery school. It .was seen to dive steeply. v ' ? ? ( . ' ; A search by planes( -and on the ground in violent- thunder-storms fail ed to find' the wreckage on Satur...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TWO DEAD IN AIR CRASH Swerved Into Tree FOUR OTHERS INJURED [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

TWO DEAD IN AIR CRASH Swerved Into Tree FOUR OTHERS INJURED Two people were killed and four others were injured when a car swerv ed off the Gireat Western Road, at Faulconbridge, last Saturday night and. crashed' jntp a trep. ? The victims wpre Dead: Thomas Cummins, 23, single, an employe at the Lithgow Small Arms Factory. Miss Patricia Dean, 20, em ploye of a guest house in Katoomba. injured: Henry Jackson, 19, of Katnomlia: internal ininrifis ???nnnrlitinn i critical. Samuel Bell, 20, o.f' -Lurlinev. | street, Katoomba, severe abrasions |. arid shock. Miss Irene Hickey^ 20, of | Lithgow;- Miss Margaret Jackson,- 23, | of Katoomba. Bell is in Penrith Hos- S pital and the others in' Katoomba Hos- - { pital. |

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KILLED BY CAR [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

KILLED BY OAR Mrs. Christina Olive Hunter, 28, of George-street,. Parramatta, ^vas killed last Saturday when she stepped from tho footpath of the' Great ' 'Western Road, Parramatta, intp- the path of a car. She died while the Parramatta Ambulance was talking her to hospital.:

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Poultry— Autumn Hatching POINTS FOR CONSIDERATION [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

Poult ryL Autumn Hatching POINTS FOR CONSIDERATION On account of the good prices ruling for prime table poultry j this season, writes the Poultry i Expert of the Department oi Agriculture, inquiries are. being received regarding : 'autumn' hatching. J}t would, perhaps^- be more, correct | to; say .''late ; summer ''hatching,' as the period ? over ? 'which- incubation should ' take .place ; is between the middle of January and -the . middle of March. As a mattor of fact, hatch ing :; should .bo- ? completed-' before . 'the end. of 1 Marchy particularlyrif ? tho. rear- - ing equipment-used is the same as 'that required: for -the spring: hatching.' : Pre ferably, , however, , . tlioso who under take any extensive rearing during ; the autumn should have separate : equip-: mo'nt, so thqt the ground- does, not be come . contaminated/ ? for : . the ' spring hatched chickens. ? ' A number of foctors should bo taken into consideration before a de cision is arrived at regarding the . rais- in...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Essential In Pasture Work PLANNING AND CORREC[?] MANAGEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

Essential in Pasture! Work PLANNING AND C0RREC1 MANAGEMENT j Neglect of propyl .planning i| responsible for many failures in pasture improvement. Success] demands both planning and cor| recfr subsequent management oi ?the area. j It is a mistake 'to commence pasture work by improving' a$jftyUl area in rf large paddock, !. as thdfc-Swock will con-; cenxrate on the improved area and eventually eat it out; ?; A better idea is to have improved and' natural pas tures in separate paddocks, which also makes it possible to spell the improved pastures at times. -i The stock can 'then he moved from the improved to the natural pastures as desired. -or can. bo allowed access at will, If it is im practicable to treat the whole of the paddock^ at least rtwo-tliirds of the paddock should be done and .the whole area top-dressed: To top-dress- the im proved area and not the natural pas ture only accentuates the trouble, as tlie stock will refuse to leave the top dressed orca. It is very important to...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ORCHARDIST Pasion-fruit Culture RAISING OF PLANTS [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

THE ORCHARDIST Passion-fruit Culture RAISING OF PLANTS The seed from which to raise pas sion-fruit plants should be allowed to dry out in fruits that have -been spe cially selected from healthy,' high yielding vines. A well-developed fruit will contain from 120 to i40 seeds, most of which, i±' carefully sownj win produce a plant. Such seed is sown in autumn (about February), prefer ably in narrow seed-beds .which permit oi tho plants being thinned in case the seed has. been sown too thickly. The seed should be sown thinly in drills nine inches apart, lightly cover ed with soil, and then with a mulch of old stable manure, to conserve mois ture and enable more uniform germina tion. Only the best stocky plants should be . raised. Crowding in the seed-bed results in weak, lanky plants from which it is almost impossible to establish a- uniform area later. The seedlings aro sufficiently grown for transplanting by spring, and planting, out may be- done between October and Christmas. In fav...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Southdown By Noted Imported Ram [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

Southdown By Noted Imported Ram Inglewood 4 of 1938, another son of the famous: 'Southdown stud' ram Sandringham 184, has 'been sold 'by Messrs.. T. V; and R. L. Brunskill, of the Inglewood stud, Wagga, .the pur chasers being Messrs. Harper Bros., oi Ariah Park. , Dam . of Inglewood 4 of 19.38 is Inglewood 13 of 1932, a descendant of Shripney 127 of 1930,. the first ram imported by Messrs. T. V. and. R. L. Brunskill, and one that produced out standing results for the stud. -

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

ail aHfTSfeB iMSMfMRP pu to travel 140 MILES . ' 'XrOU can run on one gallon of petrol 140 miles — that's the amazing mileage of the ACME? Economy Motor Cycle. It's cheaper than fares to ride to work or pleasure on the ACME — 5 miles for Id. It's yours, this Australian-built Motor Cycle, for as little as 10/6 weekly. J. A. WILSON 487 Townsend Street, ALBURY [?]

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Quality British Sheep STUDS REPORT GROWING DEMAND [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

Quality British Sheep STUDS- REPORT GROWING DEMAND The spirited demand ex perienced throughout .1940 for high quality British breeds of sheep is being maintained, many studs reporting a good clearance oi young stock, and the booking- of advance orders. ; There is ? -a growing recognition in. New South Wales that the founda tion of the fat lamb industry is depen dent upon the use ? of -.-first-class-rams of unquestionable standards, and the growing tendency to secure these needs from registered breeders augurs well for the future: of the trade. , -.I'he following recent sales 'have been icpoited to the New ? South Wales orancli of the: Australian Society of DluliUurS' UI Jjll I'ISll Sliuq). ? A stud Romney -Marsh ram, by a Gamboola special stud ram, from a Gani'boola special stud: ewe, from Mr. W. . E. Giasson, Gamboola, Molong, to Messrs. Fleming Bros., Springside. Orange. ? ? Mr. . G. N. Mtigill, of the ? Erambie Romney Marsh-, stud, Molong, .50- stiid ewes; under -two years, to. M...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NURSES INJURED [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

NURSES INJURE!} ' Three nurses aijd twQ mqn were in jured .-when, their gay overturned at Manly. Th§y V'pre ' taken to Manly Hospital liy- the Manly Ambulance. They were:— Gfeorge Simi^h, 27, of Car rington-road, Coogee; Reginald Haz- ' Lett, 26, of Victoria-street potts Point; Miss Alma Budgeon, 25, frac tured skull ; Miss Dora Fordham, 25, injuries to pelvis; and- Miss Doreen riirton, 23, severe abrasions and 3ho\5k'.'

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REGISTRATION OF ORCHARDS Penalty For Neglect. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

REGISTRATION OF ORCHARDS Penalty For Neglect. /.Growers are reminded that' the period within which registration of orchards and nurseries, as required by the -Plant Diseases Act, 1924, may bf .effected; without incurring any penalty, expires., on February 2S. A penalty of up -.to £50 is provided for failure to register before -the date mentioned. Orchards of less than J acre in areP: -are exempt from . ? registration, unless they contain a banana, plantain or manilla lienip plant; in .which case there is no exemption. | ? . The registration fee, which is com puted at the rate of 1/ per acre or portion of an acre, inay be forwarded cither to tlie Under Secretary 'and Director, Department, of-v Agriculture, Box 3 6 A, G.P.O., Sydney, or the near est Clerk of Petty Sessions. : Registra tion forms and any further (particulars may be obtained on application to the department. .

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AROUND THE CLYDESDALE STUDS [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

ARGUMD THE CLYDESDALE STUDS A black Clydesdale- colt, lias arrived in the Waldaria' stud of Wm. Hodgson, jnr., Pine Grove, Berrgani, -to- the well known sire, Farleto.n Regal Tide, and from Waldaria Bride. A .'chestnut filly is the latest .produce of Waldaria Oiinftvi '/nhpflr fni/1 -iTiv Hrni oia ? 'Wi iiji - lone (imp.). I ' . . ? , ? I p. ? c. si! A .bay Clydesdale colt by the-, im ported stallion, Bandolier,- .has arrived in.-. tho 'Kinrara stud ? ot : Mr;. .-/A'. L. Tooso, Moama. , '. v - :N si: * Mr. H. E. Todd, of the .Hawthorne Clydesdalo _ . stud, .Wiseman-'s: 'Creek, has recorded the .'birth' of ? a. bay^v-filly i'by Beaconsfield Nora, from Hawthorne Bell, by Brunstano Duplicate,- (imp.). :|s *? :!-' r Mr. W. J. Ervin, of the Lowan Clydesdale * stuck Trundle; 'reports ? the arrival of. two;i«lliesr'-.jl)y.;-..-'iOonfldence., (imp. N.Z.). Ono is a brown-colored foal out of Lowan Betty, . .;tho . other boing a bay from Lowan Dora.

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAREWELL AT CHILTERN Constable and Mrs. Hitch [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

FAREWELL AT CHILTERN | Constable and Mrs. Hitch Tho Star Theatre, 'Chiltern, was the scene of a happy gathering during tho . week-end, -.when* 5 0 or 60- -residents of . . Chiltern : and district met to bid Con 'sta'ble Hitch an revoir before his de parture to Melbourne. . .Mr._ Prod Miller -presided, and the following were prominent in the long . 1 list : of » speakers — Messrs. M. Smyth, 'J'. Do Piazza, A. ? Kirkwood, T. ?; and . S.; snow, JiJ. mciiierny, 'U. uross anu vv. «j. Findlay. , The chairman prbserited'him with a wallet of notes. Refreshments ;-were ?? provided by Mr. and Mrs. Norm. Miller, .of tlie Star Hotel. ^ , During the evening several speakers also expressed regret at the early de parture of ' Mr. ? and Mrs. N.- .Miller. : Mr; -Miller's lease of tlie- Star Hotel - . expires on February. 11. , _ , . ; 'Constable Hitoh thanked all present ? for their useful gift, and. also for' tho sentiments expressed. He had cr&at'e'a a record, in .that lie had beeii,. at v...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Red Polls Hold Their Own [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

Red Polls Hold Their Own '.The red polls held their own | through one of the driest seasons on j record,'? writes Mr.. A.' J. Kendall, of the Glendoon - Red Poll stud, Henty. The progeny of -. Kendal Duke 'has been augmented by the arrival of four heifers and a bull calf to him in recent (- weeks. .

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NURSE KILLED WHEN CAR OVERTURNS [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

, inTR£!E. KILLED WHEN CAR .... OVERTURNS ' ' ? A. Western Australian nurse attach- ? ed to- the Colac (Vic.) Hospital, was killed and three other members of tho- . hospital staff were injured when a car skidded in loose gravel and overturned near Forrest last Saturday. . Tlie vic tims were: — Killed: Sister Mary Scan Ion, of Wagin. (W.A.). Injured: Dr. Herbert Silverman,, severely ! lacerated, head and shock; Sister 'Brenda Rhodes, shock and abrasions; Sister Lillian Gardiner, shock and abrasions.

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
High Producing Jersey's Death [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

High Producing- Jersey's Death Brisbane G rove Lobelia, a good pro ducing Jersey cow in the Bulliac stud of Messrs. R. II. - Hill ?? and Sons, Goola bah, N.iS.W., has died at 10 years five months.:.. ' - ? WiiiJstxin the Karkatt herd . ol- Mr; F, A. l-'r.ff, . of : Kramback, Brisbane Urov2 J.^oijciia yielded oya.bi) lb. butter fat, equal to 7 per cent, test, in 273 days as a junior four-year-old. Fortunately, she has' left a fine heifer and bull calf in tlio Bulliac herd iri Bulliac Lobelia and Bulliac Lobelia's Remembrance, both being by Woodside Rocliette's Lad,, a:., son of ?Rochette's . Volunteer (imp.) and Be luta (imp.). ?, ?:

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEDDINGS PARKINSON—BELL [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

WEPPlflGS PARKINSON' — BELL Large 'bowls of blue and white agapantlius and feathery gypsophila decorated Christ Church, Beechworth, on Saturday, January 4, for tho mar riage of Beryl Stafford, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bell, 'Southernwood,' Tarrawingee, and formerly of Beechworth, and Kenneth Victor, younger son of Mr. T. Parkin son and Mrs. Parkinson, Beechworth. The Rev. A. B. Brown performed the ceremony and Miss I1. Manton presided at the organ. The bride, who. was given, away by her father, wore a frock ef white stiffened net over satin, made, with a fully flared skirt, the .train, of which was edged with a pleating . of the net. The' shirred bodice was finish ed with a Peter Pan collar and- full puffed sleeves, and the tulle-.. veil, which was loaned by Mrs. Ron Marks, of j^tfiwood, was held in- place by; a. coronSfiof orange blossom. She cur ried a small bouquet from which j 11 trail of flowers hung to i.the hem ,i,of ' the frock. The bride' was attended by her ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS DEATHS ,/ CHANDLER, Sarah (relict of William J. Chandler, North Wangaratta), oil' January 15. at Melbourne, 92 - DAVIDSON, Jessie (relict of the late Wil liam Davidson), of Albury, v on Januarys 17, 85 ; OSBORN, Joseph Benjamin, of Bcechworth, on January 19, 74 WATSON, Marion Edith (relict- of the late Patrick John Watson), .ofl- Albury, on January 21, 75 YOUNG, Douglas, of Chiltern,. on January 15, 52

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ABOUT PEOPLE PERSONAL SOCIAL Social Notes [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

ABOUT PEOPLE PERSONAL . : : ' ' ' I SOCIAL I Social Notes I Mr. and Mrs. E. Matheson, 'Kil- loarnean,' Culcairn, have as their guests, Misses Heather and Shirley Matheson, from Wyclierproof. : Mr. K. Edwards, who was in charge of -the liBulgandra School, has enlisted. Mr. Lehniann, of Glossop 'School, has been appointed to Bulgandra. Robert, son of Mr, and Mrs. Geo. lie 110 1, i' orresr. nui, aiiiui), mis ru turned from a holiday at tlie seaside. Mrs. E. C. Foster, matron of Albury ' ? High School Girls' Hostel, ? has re turned from Melbourne. Mr. and Mrs. /T. H. Griffith have gone to the seaside. They have taken Mr. W. W. Chamberlain 's house at Seaford, Frankston. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bowler, MKoom bahla,' Holbrook, and their family,, returned on Monday from ? Narooma. Miss Kitty Stewart, returned with 1 them. ? ' ?????? Mr. ,T. C. ? Chenory. lias returned to 'Verity,'' Olive-street, after spending a week with her daughter, Mrs. 'C. H. Griffith, 'Delaware.' Mr. Cecil Body, Holbrook, h...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
High Praise For Albury's Progress [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941

High Praise For Albury's Progress Returning to Albury last Fri- day after an absence of 10 years, Mr. C. Hardy-Johnston, a former resident, called in to the 'Ban-   ner ' ' office . to express his praise for the progress that has been made. in the town since he left   here.     Mr. Hardy-Johnston was liter-   ally bubbling over with eulogy for the splendid new buildings which are now gracing the main streets of Albury. The progress and improvement were remark- able, he said. He offered his   congratulations. to the Mayor and citizens for the fine appearance of the town   The visitor' also, had a word of praise for the vast improvement that had been, made in the 'Banner' of late. Mr. Hardy-Johnston, who is in the employ of the Prisons De-   partment, is now living at Goul- burn. He thinks that the ser-     vice and facilities offered visitors and tourist's...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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