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COUNTRY NEWS (Continued) BEECHWORTH [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
COUNTRY NEWS ? (Continued) ? ? BEECH WORTH 'Mr. Jack 'Whitehead, who has been an attendant on the staff of the Mental Hospital for 26 years, has reached the retiring; age. During the whole of litis time has lias been a very active member ' of the ' Hospital Employees' . : Associa tion, and for the past seven years was president of the Beechworth branch. As Miv Whitehead was not in the best of health, instead of tendering him a. farewell at the institution; a - deputa tion of 11 members of tlie staff paid a visit to his home with the object of making him a presentation and bid ' 'ding 'liim.au revoir. /Mr. Geo. M'aloney, as senior member of the party, spoke of the high esteem in which Mr. White head was held by all the staff, and- of his untiring efforts as ; a member of the Emjloyecs' Association, since its incepJa^L and said that it would be hard' V^rcplace him. Mr. Maloney handed a tobacco pouch and an in scribed association gold medallion , tc Mr. Whithead, and an amber and gold ...
SPRINGHURST [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
SPRIN GHURST A dance and euehre iparty, held at the residence of Mr. and' Mrs. S. Hum phreys last iSaturday night, in aid of the Eed Cross, realised £1/13/. Euchro (prizes were divided* by Messrs. Youel, Sims, son., -and Sims, jun. .???Competition guessing was won by Mr. P. McCor-miciv. | Music was supplied by Messrs. Leo Hewitt and Herb Humphreys. Mrs. J . Benton worked hard to make the func tion a success, and Mr. Norman Canning officiated as M.C.' A mixed doubles tennis tournament played on the local' courts last Sunday was won by Webster (Wangaratta), and. Mrs.. De Lores (Springhurst). Mr. and Mrs. A. Stubbs, Sydney, wero tlie guests'- of Mr. and Mrs: Dawson last week-end. Mrs. A. Wighton, who is a patient in Albury Hospital, is making satisfactory progress - towards recovery. ... ? - Mr! ' Dawes has been1 appointed a member of the transportation branch here, in place of Mr. A.!;Ebylance, pro moted to Clarkefield. ? _ Splendid rain fell throughout the dis trict last week. The hi...
HOLBROOK [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
HOLBROOK Mr. and Mrs. Archio Heriot, their -son John, and daughter, Mrs. Alan Curtis, are in Melbourne, where they will be guests at Miss Grwen Tingler 's '-jvodding--- to Mr. Pat Elvins. !? . : (Miss-Gloria -.Boss is spending a.holi ? day with Dr. and' Mrs. I-Iuie, Sydney.' 'Miss Dorothy Eoss is the guest, of Miss M.' Mclntyre^ at Palm Beach., Mrs. - John, Eoss : and: her; daughters are staying at' The. Oceanic, ' ' Coogce. ? Tpr. -??J-i It. Muraocli: is spenaing -lea-yu; with his parents -at s'Glenfalloch/V: Mr. and Mrs.' Douglas Eoss and their daughters, Nola and Eosemary, motored to Austinmer. Tho Holbrook Boy Scout troop, iwitli' the scoutmastor, Mr. ? Sinij'vis camping at '/Glenfalloch.' _ ? ' Miss Mary Bruco has joined tho Noffice staff of IP. ' A. Abbot and ? Co., Albury. ' _ , Pte. Joe' Graham and : Aircraftman Snow Mohr aro spending leave with their parents. ,
Why Not a Barge At Norieul Park? [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
| Why Not a Barge At INorieul Park? ^piILE expressing their admiration for 'the splendid appointments at Norieul Park, Visitors, to the town are surprised that a barge or platform has :rio£; been built in the middle of the river, for the use of swimm^r^, a§ has been done at other riverside resorts. .v.. is. Provision of such a facility. \y.ou]$ add greatly to the attractions at t.be park. 'The cost would be small compared with the safety and enjoyment it would provide for swim M^rs/ Only the more expert swimmers are now able to fully enjoy the aquatic sport at Norieul Park. I£ a platform were erected in the centre of the stream, those who arc not so vxperieiicetl wyulcl be able to swim to it and keep within the bounds of. safety. This matter is something that Albury Council and the Park Committee might well give consideration to as a means of further popularising this beauty spot.
Would Child Endowment Be a Benefit? [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
Would Child Endowment Be a Benefit? jP^BSPITE the bitter reply of the Minister . for Labor ! and National Services (Mr. Holt) to the attack by the secretary of the N.S.W. Taxpayers' Association (Mr. 1 White), on the Government's Family Endowment Scheme, a ? satisfactory reply to this criticism has not yet been forth- ' . coming. Mr. White in* his attack on the scheme made many points that are both logical and commonsense. In principal and on the surface, the scheme appears to be a great social reform, and a definite assistance to the man with a family. But is this so ? Mr. White points out the first effect of the scheme would be to bring into the tax paying groups, thousands of workers who are not at present taxable, because of the decision to disallow the £50 deduction for each chiid. To this Mr. Holt might have replied that although a man with three children does not receive the reduction of £150, the actual taxation on his income does not equal the amount of child endowment he wo...
Deeds, Not Words, Are Wanted! [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
Deeds, Not Words? Are Wanted ! ''TO-DAY Australia is not only one of the greatest primary producing- countries in the world, it has become an important industrial nation. Our produce, both primary and secondary, is vitally important to the Allies' cause.' Thus said .our High Commissioner (Mr. Stanley M. Bruce) in a National Day broadcast from London. He was appealing for an intensive war production on the part of Australia, and he asked every one to give of the best, 'whether in the armed forces, workshop or farm.' The armed forces are doing their duty nobly and well, our workshops are turning out armaments and other war material on schedule, but what of the primary producer ? It is all very well far our High Commissioner to ask the primary producers to give of their best, but where are they to find markets for their commodities? Well might the primary producers turn to Mr. Bruce and ask him to use his endeavors to obtain a share of contracts from Britain. ? Other countries and Domi...
39 Words Of Comfort [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
I 39 Words Of Comfort I AND they shall build houses, j 'Zr and plant vineyards; yea, they | ihall 'dwdll -with 'confidence, -when. I |'lhave executed i.Udgjlieiit's iipon' j fhtfse* that 'ifle§pise them rqund' | afeout them; ai}d they shall knov/ | that 3E am the Lord their God'. — | Ezekiel, xxviii., 26. j 41.lt IK f ' BA mm AND WODONGA EXPRESS Largest Provincial Weekly In ', Australia 'PUBLISHED every Friday morning. Terms : — 6/6 per quarter, £1/6/ per ?*' year. Post free. Subscriptions may commence from, any date. i FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1941
FIVE AIRMEN KILLED IN CRASH [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
FIVE AIRMEN KILLED IN CRASH ISYDNEY.— Five R.A.A.F. men were killed when a plane fell to pieces in the air and crashed at Glenbrook. near Lapstone, on Tuesday. The victims were:— Squadron Leader James M. Rainbow, 42, single, of Double Bay; Flying Officer Henry Theodore Skillman, 30, married, of Parkes: Pilot Officer John Ignatius Newman, 25, single, formerly of Syd ney and. Toow'ooniba; ..Pilot Officer Bailey- ''-Mi ddlebrook Sawyer, 34, mar AJi'crafsman Charles feichard Tysoe, 23, single, of Gcelong West (Vic.). All were members of the Air Navigation School at Parkes. Squadron ? Leader Rainbow, senior 'medical officer at the school, was a passenger. The plane was on a flight from Parkes. to ; Mascot, bringing Sawyer to Sydney for urgent specialist attention. It left Parkes at 3.40 p.m. and crashed at 5 p.m. . yAn eye-witness saw pieces flying from the plane and a few moments later it went into a. dive and struck the earth. As it was falling the port wing fell from the plane in seve...
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK JANUARY—FEBRUARY Sydney Standard Time [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK JANUARY — FEBRUARY Sydney Standard Time Date Sun Rises Sets ' a.m. . p.m. FRIDAY, 31st; .... 5 17 7 00 SATURDAY 1st . . 5 17 7 00 Sunday 2nd .... 5 is 6 59 MONDAY 3rd .. .. 5 19 6 58 TUESDAY, 4th .. .. 5.20 .6 57 WEDNESDAY 5th . 5 21 6 56 THURSDAY 6tli ? . . 5 22 6 55 PHASES OF THE MOON First quarter, 4th Feb., 9.42 p.m. Full moon, 12 th Feb., 1.02 p.m. Last quarter, 19th Feb., 4.07 a.m. New moon, ,26tli Feb., 1.02 p.m.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS deaths KILLS, Elfea, on January 23, at Albury, rg|ipt of th§ late Hon ry Hille, 86 LANG, William, on January 27, at Tocum \yal,; of Pine Lodge OSMOTHERLY, Robert Henry, on January 24, at Tallangatta, 57 WILSON, John James, on January 23, at Albury. 61 WILSON. Marion, on January 25, at Wanga ratta, 89
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
PROFESSIONAL NOTICES S. S. bXENHAM l.R.A.i.A., A.M.I.E. Aust. Architect & Consulting Engineer 'ist Floor, Bank Of N.S.W. Chambers, DEAN STREET, ALBURY Phone 574 FLEMING, HENDERSON AND STEDMAN SOLICITORS For New South Wales and Victoria Albury Chambers, Cr. Iviewa & Dean Streets, Albury Trust Moneys to Lend on Approved Securities at Current Kates WILKINSON AND TWOMEY Solicitors, Albury & W^onga pOL. WILKINSON, Commissioner for ^ Affidavits of all Australian States,. New Zealand and High Court of Australia for New South Wales and Victoria. Tru§t Moneys to Lend on Approved Security. PIANQFQRTg (Thegry & Harmony) WTI8ISI':- M. EQXBUB©H, A.T.C.L., l.t.@.L:j AJ.C^f-, : L-S-CJ.M. Win Hep 'B§a' Qgmmg'mqration Gold Medsil. ' ' (poaching ftU T.C.L. and Con sgi'vatoriup; Examinations. Limited number of vacancies. Interviews only Bat., 1st Feb., 9 a-m, to 1 p.m. Studio ? re-opens Monday, 3rd February, C.M.L. House, ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
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LOSS TO GREECE Death Of General Metaxas LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
LOSS TO GREECE Death Of General Metaxas LONDON, Thursday. The death of the Greek Prime Minister (Genera; Metaxas) is officially confirmed General Metaxas died after a throat operation. The former head of the Greek ? National j Bank, Alexander Corizis, has ! been appointed Prime Minister, j General Mextaxas was virtual dicta tor of Greece, as on August 4, 1936, owing to political difficulties; and the i menace - of Communism, . dictatoial powers were assumed by General, Metaxas and :: his ! - Cabinet, Parlia mentary Government thus being sus pended. General Metaxas, however, never at tempted to become a dictator in tho same sense as Hitler and Mussolini, and under his wise rule, Greece ipros pered. v When the country : was: invaded by Italy, General :Meta.xas ; rejected sev eral ^suggestions that : Greece :: should surrender, ? and ? declared lie would -fight to the end.: He personally, organised resistance to tho Italians, which rhe Greek troops have turned into a rout of the invade...
SEASONAL FORECASTING A FEW GOOD SEASONS FORECAST [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
SEASONAL FORECASTING ^ ? a ? A FEW GOOD SEASONS FORECAST The following seasonal forecasting is issued exclusively to 'The Albury Banner' by Mr. Inigo Jones, F.R.A.S., F.R.Met.Soc., Crohamhurst Observatory, dated January 24, 1941: The monsoonal rains in the western country due under the cycle for this part of the, month seem to be developing in order and rain is to be expected from them, although there is no re cord to show just what may be expected at Albury. Following this there seems to be a lull for a couple of months unless the March coastal rains manage to create a diversion o'i: some of their disturbances as far as the Upper Murray, and again we have no records tb guide us, but in April a change to better . conditions should come and from then a few sea sons with* very little to worry about as far as rain goes, ought to set in.
WEDDINGS DAVIS—CLIFTON [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
WEDDINGS DAVIS— CIJFfON '. Wearing a film lacc gown and fol lowed- by an apricot-clad bridesmaid, Winifred, second youngest daughter of Mr. and' Mrs. .Tolia Clifto% of 'Pine View,'' Lowesdalc, was; married on Saturday, January 18, to James ; Carr, eldest son of Mi\ and Mrs. A. Davis, '.Piiie View,' Eingwood.', Masses o.t lovely- tinted hydrangeas decorated St. John'.s Church ? of England, Corowa, where the ceremony -was performed b- the Ven. ; Archdeacon Eoss-Edwards. The bodice of the bride's gown was caught into folds across the front just below the waistline and little ? cpriiei-.v of the iieck were softly folded duwvi. The sleeves were close fitting and canu into long points over ;lier wrists. Tin sjdrt adopted Grecian lines in: front, with a full and softly' falling ? pane inlet falling like a. broad girdle ani. it fell into a short train at the back; Over this from .the waistline fell a train of soft lace /mounted on. pleated tulle. Veiling (lent by Mrs. Georgt Trainor) was wo...
Murrumbidgee Turf Club [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
Murruiiibidgee Turf Club The Anniversary meeting of the Murrumbidgee Turf Club was iheld last Monday. There was a good atten dance, and .racing was successfully car ried out. . Eesults: — \ Maiden Plate, 5 fur. — College Boy, 8.3 (F. Mclntyre), 1; Cheery. Lad, 8.3 (M. Gray), 2; Jazz Dancer, 8.12 (R. Breasley), 3. Others: Wallillian, Miss Kume, Paulalie, Wufmond, Vergascar ?Professor. Betting: 5/4 Jazz Dancer, 4/1 College Boy, Professor, 5/1 Miss Kume, 10/1 Cheery Lad and others. Half length, two lengths. Time, 1.2. Progressive Handicap,. 7 fur.— Con trary Mary, 7.10' (M. Gray), 1; Dawn's Pride, 7.13 :(P. S. O'Keefe), 2; Longitude, 8.6. (W. Steiner), 3. Others: Yallock, Kinscost, . Harvest Lad, Patty Farr, Hill Billy. Betting: ,7/4 Yallock, 3/1 Longitude, 4 Kins cost, Contrary . Mary, 6 Dawn's Pride, 10/1 others. -Length and half, half length. Time, 1;28 1-5. Flying Handicap, '6 ' . fur. — Maia tonga, 7.11 (T. Todd), 1; Shady Farr, 7.9 (F. Mclntyre), 2; Priesca, 8:11 I (M. Gray), 3. ...
Wangaratta Gift WON BY R. E. BRADLEY, GRIFFITH [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
Wangaratta Gift WON BY R. E. BRADLEY, GRIFFITH E. E. Bradley, of Griffith (N.S.W.), who was a 2/i on favorite, won the principal foot race at the -Wangaratta carnival held on Monday, in fine but (ibid weather, and before a good at tendance. A district 'boy, VP/ J. O'Keefe, was also fancied. 'Starting at evens, lie finished third. The Wangaratta Wheel Eaee was won by S. Jamieson. off 80 yards. Tassic Johnson,- who won the Federal Handicap in brilliant style, was ,tliird from I. .Watson. Early in the . clay D. H. Cheshire, : -D. W. W'ood and J. H. Tippett were disqualified, for a month on charges of inconsistent perform ances. Eesults :-r- - r WANGARATTA GIFT. 130 ydsi:, £60'.— Heat Winners— W. E. .Beulke (63), 12 ! 9-10 sec.: R. E. Bradley (7$), 12 4-10 sec. ; R. C. Ir win' (10), 12 8-10 .sec. ; A. G. Greenhill -74), , 12i sec.; H. J. Meese (9i).fl3 sec.; F. J.' Johnson (71); 12 9-10 sec.; E. D. L. Schnei-. der (63), 12 ? 9-10 sec. ; J. Woods (3J). 12-1 sec.; 't. J. - O'Keefe (8i), 1...
Christian Science Churches [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
Christian Science Churches 'Truth' was the subject in 'all' Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sun day. The text was: 'Thou art near, O Lord; and all thy commandments an truth. Concerning thy testimonies, Iv have known of old that thou ' hastr founded , them for ever' (Psalms: 119:151, 152). Among the Bible cita tions comprising the lesson-sermon war; the following r ' Bighteousn ess shall -«? before the Lord ; and shall set us in the way of his steps' (Psalms 85:13). The following passage from the Chris tian Scionce textbook, 'Science n,n-T Health,- with Key to the Scripture ' b*r , M'ary Biker Eddy, wa3 also 5'- , ihuled: 'Truth is .revealed. It neodf- only to ^9 p«ioU?c4 ' (p, 174), ;
COUNTRY NEWS (Continued) CULCAIRN [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941
COUNTRY NEWS ? (Continued) ? : ? CULCAIRN Tho following were present at a meeting of tho committee of the Cul eairn Cottage Hospital: — Messrs. W. J. Conley, P. G. Mackie, D. Cox, J. E. Jereniias and O. C.. Ailciis (secretary). In tho absence of the president (Mi-. J. H. Balfour), Mr. .Conley acted as chairman. Accounts amounting to £24/5/4 were passed for payment. The treasurer (Mr. J. E. Jereniias) reported that outstanding fees amount ed to £25/4/6. The election of offico 'bearers resulted: — President, Mr. J. H. Balfour: vice-mcsident, Eev. Stuart i Macintyre; secretary, Mr. 0. C. Alldis; treasurer, Mr. J. E. Jeremias. Methodst 'Church Tennis Club lias been reformed, with the Rev. C. M. ! Plumb president; L. Trebloy, vice president; Mrs. K. 'Sutherland, captain; Misses E. Pliefley and E. Jennings, vice-captains; and Miss E. Gamble secretary and . treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. E. Chin, iLidcombe, spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. U. Boswell. Mrs. E. De Mamiel and lier daugh ters, Ol...