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EARLY VICTORIAN AND RIVERINA RACING RECALLED Death Of Mrs. Mary Bowler [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941
EARLY VICTORIAN AND RIVERINA RACING RECALLED Death Of Mrs. Mary Bowler The death last Saturday of Mrs. &nbsp; Mary Bowler, who was in her 98th &nbsp; &nbsp; year, was the severing of another link with the early days of Victorian and &nbsp; Riverina racing. Mrs. Bowler was the widow of Mr. H. J. Bowler, who at Mitta Mitta bred many good horses by Snowden, John &nbsp; Bull, and The Barb. Innumerable good &nbsp; gallopers carried his colors. One of &nbsp; them was Australian, winner of the famous ten miles race at Wagga in &nbsp; 1868. It was a race never repeated, &nbsp; as it caused, a storm of condemnation &nbsp; on the grounds of cruelty, especially &nbsp; as one of the runners (Trollus) col- &nbsp; lapsed and died after the event. The &nbsp; &nbsp; time for the ten miles (23.35) was &nbsp; particularly good. &nbsp; The late Mr. Bowler won the first &a...
Soldier Brothers Farewelled At Walbundrie [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 24 January 1941
Soldier Brothers Farewelled At Walbundrie WALBUNDRIE. — Last Wednesday night a farewell was tendered Dvrs~ Walter and George McCall, Thornhill Park, in the Walbundrie hall. Dancing and 'community singing were enjoyed, It was the largest gathering ever seen at a farewell social in tne local hall, visitors being present from Corowa, Burraja, Brocklesby, Balldale and other surrounding centres. Mr. I T. Ling, who presided at supper, said that the McCall brothers were the &nbsp; &nbsp; '14th A.I.F. men to be farewelled from the district. He referred to the &nbsp; &nbsp; gratitude expressed by those abroad &nbsp; for the canteen orders they received &nbsp; from the district. Mr.' W. M. Macart ney proposed the toast of the evening &nbsp; and made references to the qualities of the guests, whom he had known a &nbsp; life-time. He wished them a safe re- turn. His remarks were supported by Messrs. S: Byrnes (Rand), A.E. Gib- &...
SEEN in the shops SUMMER SALES AND CLOTHES— SWIM SUITS AND CRYSTAL [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
SEEN in the. -Uwp£ SHIER SALES AND CLOTHES — SWIM SUITS AND CRYSTAL -..J| ? ^flTH temperatures telling us that summer is at its zenith 1 and with summer sales echoing the sentiment, it is natural that I should have a good deal to tell you about sales and summer clothes, swim suits, ete. And what more wel come subject could I choose on hot days than clinking, glistening crystal? These are the days, too, when the: - services of a qualified chiropodist are most appreciated. JJOWEVER7 let me begin this week by telling you some of the news from Farrail 's sale, which is entering | its last days. In our last issue, you read some of the outstanding reduc tions which are being made at Far rail's, and I repeat that these are ab solutely genuine reductions. You will, save, nqt pennies, but pounds, by taking advantage of their sale prices. ' I saw a £4/4/ ensemble which was sold for £2/10/ at Farrah's sale. Now, isn't that a tremendous reduc tion? ' A group of Grafton frocks, selling at a set ...
TO-DAY'S SPECIAL RECIPE Rabbit Croquettes [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
TO-DAY'S SPECIAL RECIPE Rabbit Croquettes Required: r} lb. cooked rabbit, 1 tea-, spoon ? chopped parsley; J ? teaspoon ?salt, .1 oz. flour, J pint ;milk, ;; grated lemon rind, pepp.erYvsal.t, 2_ oz. bacon, 1 hard-boiled egg, pinch cayenne, 1 oz. butter, '1 egg, flour and.-'breadenimbs. ? Chop .rabbit- and bacai}, ygijy finely, but do not mince it, alsg ggg and parsley, and mix- with the-^me'at. Melt butter. in a saucepan, add .flour and .stir till smooth j stir over .fire till boil-, ing (in thick lump) ; add meats, pars ley, cayenne, salt and lemon rind, and turn- on a plate to cool. Make into sma.ll walnut shapes; .roll ' in flour, salt and pepper; -brush with beaten .egg and roll in breadcrumbs. Fry till golden brown in deep fat. Serve with grilled bacon, garnish with parsley.
HEART AND MIND [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
HEART AND MIND I know the heart does foolish things, So oft the reason tfhidos. -Impulsively it leaps and springs ?Unto life's dangerous tides- And questioning not what-lies at stake, .Which griovous were to lose, ?? It sometimes gives for pity 's sake, Wfiiat reason would refuse. I The heart cannot be caught and trained As is the cautious inirid. It will not have its mercy strained, ? -Nor wiser be than kind; . ? - And though . impulsively it, errs, ? ' 1 Wliqn all is understood, The heart persistently prefers 1 To blunder, doing good; The reasoning mind ' stays calm and I cool . And weighs its acts with care, it often calls the heart a fool iFor squandering its share; But since there's much that's loft to ' 'guess, ?Wlhich men can never know, The heart may win more happiness Than wisdom can bestow. —.Edgar A. Guest,
Melbourne Sheep Sales [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
Melbourne Sheep Sales I At the Newmarket sales this week 197 trucks of fat sheep and 7880 by road were penned, a decrease of 9500. Best wethers were firmer to 1/ dearer, while other wetliers and ewes were firmer. - Prime two-tooth ? wethers brought to 25/1; prime comeback, 17/ to '20/; secondary, 13/6 to 15/6; inferior, . lower; prime ewes, 11/ to 14/; secondary 6/ tp . 10/; inferior, '.lower. There were IS 3 trucks of fat lambs and _9970 by rbad, ;a . decrease! of 3000. Prices were unchanged.! Prime heavy lambs brought 20/ to s 26/; extra, 27/6; ip.rime shorn lambs, 21/ to 22/6; secondary, 17/ to 19/6; others, 15/ to - 17/; inferior, . lower. There were -20,000 store sheep; about the same . as last week. There was a ; large ' attendance ' of buyers. Young; crossbred ewes were dearer and other stores unchanged.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
SAliSS SY A#0!ft0N Farmers and graziers' cmp. co. SPECIAL SHEEP SALE AT ALBURY MONDAY, M FEBEuASY, at 2 jUtt. 10,000 Local District Sheep 10,000 Including : — ? ? . . . rrijxed sexes^ ' ? 60O- Bt^DJ^JLEIC^STEB CROSS EW$)&/ 1 year off; Bomnoy and B.L; rains r„, ..joined JfoVAnber : 600 BfiMNQY and B.L., CROSS .WEANERS, M.S., tftfe mark ' 500 P.QLWiA,BT^ CBOSS EWES, 2 and 3 years; Corriedale rams ioinec December 26 ' 1 ?0Q SOUTHDOWN CRQSS LAMBS, M.S. as diopped 450 CORRJEJjAL'E CRQ^S LAMB§ M.S., one mark 440 CORRIEDALE CBQSS. LAMBS;, .M.S., as dropped,- one mark' - ' ? : - . 440 CRQS.SBItED and. COMEBACK EWEfe, 4 and 5 years, S.lJ. rams Deccmbe 3.5.Q CQRR-IEDALE/MERINO' CROSS WEANERS, = M.S., M dropped,' one' marl 33)3 MERINQ arid COMEBACK EWES, mixed ages, S.U. rams, joined SSd^.pMEBACK and . MERINO EWES, B.L. rams joined ©eeomber 34iPPQBJ?IEDiALE' EWES,, true 4 years', Corriedale .rams joined;- November . 3UQ CROSSBRED EWES, 4 arid 5 year's,. B.L. rams joined December 390. P...
Melbourne Furred Skins [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
Melbourne -Furred Skins , Eab'oit Skins. — -17} tons offered. Competition was ,- fairly general, and values were at times in buyers' favor.. Butchered skins par to 2d. lower.- 1st outgoing's, 58d. per lb.; 2nd out-goings, 50d. to 54d.; 3rd out|going-3, 41d. : to 43d.; racks, 34d. to '35d.;- does,' -thirds' 29d. to 33d,;i to f grown 27d. to 29d; kittens and suckers, 18d. to? 20d.;' 3rd pelts, 50d. to 56d.; 4th pelts, 40d.' to. 45d.; 5th pelts,- 30d. to ? 35d.; : : 6th i pelts, 26d. to 2 7 d : ; 1st damaged, 37d. i to 384d.; 2nd damaged, 31d. to 3 4 d. ; 3rd damaged, 27id.; ..2nd does, ^8d. to 4.2d.; spotted does, 2 6^d. Im properly stretched - skins considerably ? lower. ? . ' Fox Skins. — 816 fox skins sub mitted. Unchanged; Firsts, 110/ to 130/ per doz.; ; seconds;-; 70/ ^0 ^80/; thirds, 36/ to 48/; 'damaged and. in ferior, 1/ to 20/. :'v '' - ? : ''--.Vv.'-' . - ^ ??
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
. ' SALES BY AUCTION WODONGA CATTLE MARKET TUESDAY, 4th FEBRUARY ; A GENTS -will appreciate early entries : for Fat and Store Cattle. j Strong Competition Assured for Fats J WODONGA SHEEP AND LAME SALE ?WEDNESDAY, 5th FEBRUARY ? j, 'PANTRIES of all classes of Sheep and Lambs gladly;- accepted: JOHN MULQUEENY, Wodonga Mana,g«r- Phono 69. JOHN JtaTSTAMABA and Co. Pty. Ltd., Melbourne and Branches. GOVERNMENT NOTICES , 'DEPARTMENT OP EDUCATION.- ; TECHNICAL EDUCATION BRANCH, ALBURY^ 1 TECHNICAL COLLEGE : ENROLMENTS for .COM MERCIAL SUBJECTS will be accepted from tho 27th January, and for other subjects from 17th , February. Classes aa Commercial subjects will re-assemble ?on 3rd February, and in other sub jects on' 24 th February. . Supple mentary trade instruction (including Drawing, Calculations and the prac tical work of the trad,e)' is giveii in 'Carpentry and Joinery,' Fitting and Machining, Motor Construe ti^JH 'and Plumbing. Classes are a3s*-5 conducted in Bookkeeping, Business ...
ORANGE MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
ORANGE MARKET McNeilly, Crampton and Martin Pty. Ltd. report sales at Orange, last Thursday,: January 23. ' , JCATTLB.— iBigger : yarding, about 600. Both sections better- supplied: :in quality and numbers. Sonic good bul locks; - .balance mixed , descriptions.' Many pens cows- and ; calves - in: .the stores, with a few ; young ' mixed cattle and steers. : Market 10/ cheaper, ex cept for bullocks. Stores also little easier- from cxtremo rates. , Quota tions: — Fats: £15 to £18/1.1/; steers, £8 to £13/15/; cows, £6 to £14; heifers, £6/10/ to £13/15/; vealers and young cattle, £5 to £11. Stores: Cows and calves, ,£9 to £11/5/; steers, £4 to £7; poddies and growers, £2 to £4/1/. SHEEP. — ^Big yarding, about 20,000, mainly stores, although fats well ? sup-; plied. Except for few pens of quality wethers and odd lots of lambs, balance just trade to rough mutton. Stores also mixed; many pens : small crossbred and merino lambs, few young wethers, big supply old and aged .ewes. Odd lots nice...
ALBURY MARKETS PRODUCE Thursday, January 30. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
ALBURY MARKETS i PRODUCE Thursday, January 30. Bran, 1/7 per bushel; pollard, 1/7, j per bushel; flour, sacks, 150's ; 21/ cash, 22/ booked,. - 50 's 8/3, 8/6, 25's 4/3, 4/5; creamery. butter,. 1/S pei lb. (no booking charge) ; hen eggs, lid. booked a dozen; bacon, roll 1/5, rashers 1/6, 1/7; middle, 1/7, 1/8;. rashers 3/8, 1/9; hams, 1/6 per lb,;, potatoes. 5/ per qr.; onions, 3d. per lb. ? FRUIT AND VEGETABLE Thursday, January 30. For the information of ' local , and district growers, quotations are sup plied below. These arc, of .course, sub ject to market variations:— -Beetroo'ti carrots, parsnips, 1/6 to 1/9; rhubarb 1/6 doz. bunches; green peas, 6/ to 7/ bushel-;- 'French beans, 4/ to 5/ a bushel; cabbages, 2/ to 4/ dozen; let tuces, 1/ dozen; potatoes, new, £13 a ton (market falling); -lemons, 9/ to 11/ case; peaches, 4/ to 5/ half case; marrows, 2/ dozen; Hubbard, squashes, 5/ cwt.; tomatoes, 4/ to 6/ bushel; cucumbers, green, 4/ bushel. POULTRY Thursday, January 30. Hens, w...
Successful Cattle Sale At Tallangatta [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
Successful Cattle Sale At Tallangatta Frances Eoss and- Co., Tallangatta, report : We held a very successful cattle : sale at Tallangatta on Friday, January -24, when we. yarded 758 head of good: cattle. With the exception of one pen of cows and calves a total clearance : was made at highly satisfac tory prices. Buyers were in attend ance from Wangaratta, . Myrtleford, Walwa, Corryong. and a big' muster of local buyers. Forward storey bul locks from. 'Clear Springs' made. £11/10/; steers from same property made from £5/17/ to £7/4/. Other .sales; were :' A/c. James Murphy, store bullocks, £10/15/; others, £8/9/; cows and calves, £7/15/ to £13/, 2/6. Murray McKay, cows and calves, £10 2/6; yearling black poll ' steers' and heifers, £6. Les , Campbell, bullocks; £10/9/. Wood: Bros., heifers, £8/16/. . Several ipens of yearling steers and heifers' made from £4/14/ to £6/3/, and cows and calves from' £8/6/ to £10/2/6. At ' our next Tallangatta market, on February 7, we will yard 3000 go...
HAY P.M. DISTRICT TO BE ABOLISHED [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
HAY P.M. DISTRICT TO BE ; ABOLISHED t The Police Magistrate 's district of Hay is to be abolished as from March 3, and,- Narandera will be again in cluded in the Wagga Magistrate's dis ' trict. After the proposal comes into effect, the courts at Narandera will' i be, held on the Tuesdays after'! tho first l and third Mondays in each ''month, | commencing at 11 a.m. The alteration i in the magistrate 's district wili also I mean an alteration in the office staff arrangements at Narandera. Mr.'R. F. ! Storoy, of .the Narandera office; : who ! visits Coolamon and Gaitmairi each -weekj- will visitj Coolamon ron Thurs-' days and Ganniain on Fridays, instead of-on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, ex cept when the magistrate's court is held at Ganmiain.
Goulburn Sheep Sale [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
Goulburn Sheep Sale ,W. II. . Wheatley, Goulburn, advise, that they will offer 35,000 shec_p at/ Goulburn- next Tuesday, February 4, : , commencing at 1.30' p.m. This ^s con-, v sidered to be one of the outstanding ; offerings of the year. The sheep are - good quality, in good, condition. , and are mostly direct from breeders.^; - Trucks will be available at re-stocking rates and half ; rates for , train loads. Full particulars of the offering appear | in- our advertising columns. / ? S
WHY NOT ONE INCOME TAX [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
WHY NOT ONE INCOME TAX (?By a 'Baniier' Staff Member) Introduction of one in come tax, instead of forith State and Federal, is being suggested by many people throughout Australia; It is being1 pointed Out that the present system of taxation is becoming too complicated, and that only qne return would be needed \mder the suggested system.1; Compensation from this one tax would be paid to each of the States, to cover] the State Income Tax, which would auto matically cease under the new system. Although there need, be no actual reduction in the amount of taxation}' and enormous savings would result.'by tho adoption of contral - control. Print ing, office work, and stationery ''would be cut in half, and so, too, would the worry of the income -vtax-payerl ? The opinion is already- bein^ freely expressed that taxation * to-day,' -is far too involved for the average person. Reform 'in some wy is urgently needed, and this appears to be an excellent way to -.'''overcome' this difficulty; ; an...
WODONGA PIG AND CALF MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
WODONGA PIG AND CALF MARKET Tho associated . agents — Younghus- band Ltd., Gippsland and Northern Co-op. Co. Ltd., Dalgety and Co. Ltd., W. ? J. . Strang and Co., .and . New: Zea land Loan ????ALA; Co.'Ltd.— andvMathie-. son, . Chester and ,-Davis : Pty'.: Ltd., held their fortnightly, sale: of ; ? pigs ~and calves at ,-tlie' anuniciipal yards, Wodonga, on ---Monday, January 2.7, i when -they offered 934: fat .'pigs, 554 store pigs and 97 calves., . FAT PIGS.— There -was - a lighter offering submitted, to a. full: attendance of the usual export and curing com panies as well as the local and district butchers.-, Tliero was an' average pen ining of porkers , and baconers. In the bacon:: section overfat - and unfinished pigs sold on a par with lasts market, but there was a keen demand from, curers for prime, mediuxr. at advance , rates. Porlceri^^Bhiprised chiefly of . medium to Ag^wveights, with prices oqual to last sale for prime quality; 'light and unfinished were easier. , Backfatt...
Sydney Sales Of Rabbit Skins [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
Sydney Sales Of Rabbit Skins iThere was a good demand -for 52,27S lb/ of rabbit skins offered for'1 .sale. . this week, and , prices on the. average ? were Id. . to-'2d. p'er. lb. dearer. Quota tions:— Outgoings 41d. to 46id. per lb., racks 39d; to- 45£d., ,4th heavy pelts 40d. to . 47d., 5th heavy pelts 36d. to | 39Jd., 6th ?.'-'heavy pelts- 28id; to , 34d.y I 7tli heavy pelts 26d. to 28d., 4th does j 30Ad. to 35id., 5th. - does 27Ad. to ?29|d.,-'-' 2 grown 40d. to 40-Jd., -J -grown 27d. to 35Jd., kittens . 20Ad. to 26^d., 2nd damaged. 34d. to :.38d., 3rd dam aged 30d. to 33*d;, 4th damaged 24d. to- 29Ad, lower grades of; damaged ,14$d.; to 21d., blacks to 31d.j fawns to : 40/; hares,: 2/, to 6/6 a dozen; Values : for, western quality skins were . relatively lower.