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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941

MR. J. BRAUND 641 Olive St., Albury Treats Successfully Ulcers, Blood Pres sure, Rheumatism, Neuritis, Sore -Feet, Legs, Deafness, In fantile Paralysis, etc. CONSULTATION FREE | Phone 308, Albury

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TURF NOTES ON AND OFF THE COURSE Mares For America [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941

TURF NOTES Specially Written for 'The Banner' By 'Newhaven' ON AND OFF THE COURSE Mares For America Beau Pere (imp.), who -was recently sent to America on loan to Mr. Louis B. Mayer, will toe followed shortly by six ibrood mares, also from the St. Aubin's Stud, Scone. Four are iby Heroic, and tho most interesting is June, one of the hardiest racing mares of tlie last couple of sea sons. The other Heroic mares ' are Manasa (from Dearest by Spearhead), Brave Bird, and Shakuntala. The 1 mares by Beau Pere (imp.) are Bel Amour, from the New Zealand-bred mare, Love Set, iby iCaptain Bunsby (imp.) and Bel Cadau, also bred in New Zealand. The transactions may assist the opening to Australian breeders of a market which has 'been accepted al inostjA an exclusive right by English breeiJ^L TheTmares are of excellent . types-, and should be valuable to Mr. Mayer's thoroughbred stud, for they are by two of the most outstanding sires in Australia in recent years. Beau Pere (imp.) will miss the ne...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
25 YEARS AGO [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941

25 YEARS AGO 0 _ (From the 'Banner,' February 4, 1916) Shells can be made in Wagga, and one has already beep, turned out. Before proceeding with his address at the recruiting meet j ing at Wagga on Saturday night, Canon Pike said he would like to exhibit a bit of Wagga work for the purpose of showing what was being done in the town itself; ' ? He . exhibited a shell that was ' turned out by the firm of Wehk-' v and Johnston. It was made for .' the purpose of showing the authorities that work of this kind could be done in Wagga. -It is some, years since Albury ' was promised a system of sewer age, but as nothing had been heard of the matter for a con- - siderable time it appeared as though the Government had abandoned the matter until money was more plentiful or the war was over. However, it seems likely that the making of - the pipes for the service may be gone on with shortly. . , * * * ; The Wodonga Drill Hall* was formally, opened on Monday night by tho shire president, Cr. - H. ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAR NEAR CLIMAX IN U.S. BELIEF Germany Will Attempt All-Out Blow Soon [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941

WAR NEAR CLIMAX IS U.S. BELIEF - Germany Will Attempt All-Out Blow Soon WASHINGTON, Thurs day : The most critical period for Britain can be expected in a few weeks, when, it is believed here. Germany will attempt an all-out blow in a desperate effort to finish the war. This is . the effect of advices reaching National Defence offi cials, who believe that German operations against Britain so far have been experimental, testing new, destructive devices with which to make a big at tack, unparalleled in world his tory. American ? observers abroad believe that .Germany has equipped 31 divi sions (over 400,000 men) for the in vasion attempt. This, it is reported, will coincidc with .an attack by 18,000 planes, with an equal number- of reserves. U.S. observers say : that there is no reason to expect J that 'Germany- lacks fuel or pilots. New Fighters Tho Washington correspondent of the 'New York Times' says it is estimated that Britain fs air strength is ; one-fourth of Germany 's, but off...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Italian Attacks Smashed GREEKS THROW ENEMY BACK [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941

Hftaiian Attacks - Smashed ; GREEKS THROW ENEMY BACK LONDON, Thursday. — Two big Italian attacks in the cen tral sector of the Albanian front have been smashed by the Gl-reeks. The Italian effort to gain some sort of success is considered £0 have failed utterly. .Athens radio stated that v concon- J trated fire bvolte up the -first, attack.] The Italians then made ;a more deter- ! / i^iin.ed ' effort 'with tanks, .- but .Greek ; . artillery - laid down a deadly barrage, i;1 ; under ; whieh the Italians : broke and v*iled. Pour tanks wpio destroyed. . .Writing, from tho front, a corres 4 pondpnt of the Athens newspaper 'Estia-i,' says: fit is now definite that the; Italians', desperate attempt to secure ' tardy success in Albania lias completely failed,' , - 1

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AEROPLANE USED TO FEED 5000 STRANDED SHEEP [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941

AEROPLANE USED ' TO FEED 5000 STRANDED SHEEP SYDNEY. — What would liavcrj^een , . an almost impracticable task 2 0'^ars !a)go — tho feeding of 5000 sheep j stranded by floodwaters : on high [ ground — is ???'being accomplished daily, jby aeroplane, near . Ursino, 150 miles - ' west of, Bourke. The Bullo river ' has, , overflowed leaving, the' sheep, - attended . by five stockmen, in an island. Each' - day one: of .the stock'nen .: rows .a mile . . to the homesteiid to obtain tna»£ljcs for the men. 1 ? This ; position ' wiiiMpjob- - , ably last a fortnight, until ? the' Bood watcr subsides. x «

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
U.S. MINISTER TO AUSTRALIA Transfer To China [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941

' U.S. MINISTER TO AUSTRALIA Transfer To China , 1 HONG KONG, Thursday.— It is - 18 understood that Mr. C.. E. Gauss, U.S. I Minister to Australia since January, i 1940, will , be appointed to succeed ; Mr. : : | Johnston, U.S.. Minister -in Chungking, | and 'Mr. : Johnstoiv.will succeed; liiin ;'at | Canberra. | Mr. Gauss, it will be recalled, is : | an expert in- Chinese affairs, and' was $ deputy iConsul-General in Shanghai as, jj far .back as 1907., |

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST WAR NEWS RIOTS IN ITALY Mussolini Ridiculed [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941

[?] RIOTS IN ITALY Mussolini Ridiculed LONDON, Thursday. — Al though London still has no confirmation of the reports, messages continue to pour in of disturbances in Italy. Fascist police are reported to have been forced to fire on demonstrators in Trieste, caus ing a number of casualties, in-? eifcting two killed. Reports received in America say that 200 Italians were kill ed in one riot. These reports add that a group of German offi cers were attacked by Italians near the Milan railway station, demonstrators are said to tal^-carried slogans demanding ? peace, denouncing the Fascist regime and condemning Ger many. Similar demonstrations are reported in big and small towns in the Po Val ley. ,'riio Belgrade correspondent of The Times says rioting1 in Trieste followed - the arrest of -workers at the ; Lloyd . Triestino factories. Iligh sources explain that the work men refused. to enter a factory in the morlfing' and shouted, 'Down with German^,'' '.'Down with the war.' ? Ridiculed D...

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 — 31 January 1941

Don't be this way with BLACK DISEASE. Inocii^i late now before the disease breaks out. For best results and certain immunity BIO. BLACK DISEASE , i TOXICULTURE * STANDS UNRIVALLED | Seldom do you notice sick sheep — -you simply find them {lead on the camp. Deaths go on night after night, unless you inlsuro by inoculating the whole flock. Use BIO. TOXICULTURE only. It is the original single -injection product, which has stood; the test of time, turned thousands and thousands of . acres' of useless country 'into first-class sheep grazing land, and, HAS ABSOLUTELY OUTSTRIPPED ? ALL OTHER PRODUCTS WITH THE HIGHEST TOTAL SALES in the Commonwealth. ' Use Bio. Toxiculture — Accept Nothing Else WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FROM JUMY SUM. SUPPLIES WOOI, EXCHANGE BLDNGS. | DEAN STREET, ALBURY :: - Phone 672

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FREE SWIMMING LESSONS Instruction At Albury Next Week [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941

FREE SWIMMING lessons; Instruction At Albury Next Week Mr. J. Watson, secretary of Albury Amateur Swimming Club, was advised yesterday that Mr. Lance Walsh, in structor- to the learn-to-swim campaign, will be in Albury next week for the purpose of teaching the aquatic art. (Mr. Walsh will be in Albury from next Monday until Sunday. * Instruc tions, to children and adults' will be igiven at- morning, afternoon and evening sessions at- Albury Baths. In struction will be free: . . i Applications for', instruction should be made to Mr. Watson, c/o. Commer cial Ba,rik of Australia Ltd., Globe Hotel buildings, and lie will arrange fo(r tuition to be given at any session desired. When Mr. Walsh leaves Albury, ?work ho has began will be carried on by instructors, who will be specially trained, appointed by Albury Amateur Swimming Club. ? Parents are especially advised to have their children taught to swim.

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Attempted Train Theft At Tallangatta [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941

Attempted Train Theft At Tallangatta Police are investigating what is believed to be an attempt to steal a motor train at Tallangatta. . Investigating a noise in the engine shed at . Tallangatta railway station on Sunday night, the station master (Mr. llulm) disturbed two men, who im mediately ran away. ,Mr. Hulm found that the . windows ;of the driver's' cabin, of the motor train had been broken, the emergency brake put in position and the ignition tampered with. - It was evident that ar. attempt had been ipade to drive the motor train away. Mr. Huhu also found that a Casey Jones motor tricycle had been put on the turntable and interfered with.

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Albury Red Cross Activities EXECUTIVE MEETS LADY GOWRIE [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941

Albury Red Gross Activities EXECUTIVE MEETS LADY GOWRIE ? At Her Excellency's invita' tion; members of the executive of the Albury branch of the Red Cross Society met Lady Gowrie at the Albury Hotel last Friday night. Lord and Lady Gowrie stayed overnight at Albury before pro ceeding to Mt. Buffalo, where they are spending a few days. Arthur Logie, aged. 10 years, of Albury, spent many hours on his con tribution to the Red -Cross, and it was undoubtedly with 'great pride that he brought it into the depot at the Town Hall this weeki It was a lia'nd-made wicker waste paper basketj which will now/ become the prize*. in a competition to-' raise further funds for tho Albury branch, j Typical of many similar efforts be- 1 ing made for the society by Albury children, this contribution ? will prob-, ably be the forerunner of many more, now that' school lias recommenced. ( . Winner-, of '-the child's tea set com petition conducted this -week by the branch was Mrs. Squire, of Lavington. Advic...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Winton" Farm Sold [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941

'Winton' Farm Sold Messrs. ' Hore and Macintosh, acting in conjunction with Mr. Sam Angel, agont, Mangoplali, on behalf . of the oxocii.trix;. of . tho;- late John Hodge, sold -tho well known ( mixed farm known as 'Winton, ' '. situated near Mangoplali. Bidding opened, at £7 an acre. The farm was eventually knocked down to Mr. H. A. Klinvpsch, of Yerong Creek, at £8 an acre.

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WEST WYALONG [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941

WEST WY ALONG Mr. and Mrs. Stanley A. Smith , and Mrs. P. Berick, Wyalong, left by car last week to spend a holiday of about five weeks at Moruya, on the South Coast'. . Further beneficial rains were ex perienced throughout the district at the week-end. West Wyalong register ed* a total of 112 points. The total for. the month 5s now 453. Mrs. J. E. ' Cary, ' ' Sunnyside, ' ' Un garie, is on a visit to Melbourne. Be fore returning she intends to place' her small daughter, Edna, at 'Korowa' Church of ; England Grammar School, East Malvern. Mr.: and Mrs. Allan MeGlynn, andi Mr. and Mrs: Eltham, SBathurs}. are! on a holiday visit to Mr. and Mrs. i James T. Parker, West Wyalong (parents ? of Mrs. McGlynn and, Mrs. Eltham), : Mr. and Mrs. ? W. Boadle, Younga i'oen, and their four children, loft on Mondaj' last for Albury, where they will, probably make their future resi doneo. Mr. Boadle enlisted from ,Bal larat, and was on active- service in the Great War for four years; V.'IIe came to t...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JUNEE. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941

JUNEE ? Paula Laurantus, daughter : oi , a former well-known resident, is holi daying here. Mr. and -Mrs. Les Graliam are on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. I-Iiscock. Matron Paul .reported to . tho last meeting of the Hospital Board that possums wore causing' trouble : at the hospital. *They; can' be 'heard on the roof, but they have , evaded capture. 'It was suggested that an open season should bo declared for the destruction, of the post. ' ' ? A- well-attended farewell at ?Marrar presented W.O. Kevin Mu nphy with . - a wallet and £3 while lie was home on leave. This is the . standard present for all men in the district. : ; , At a meeting of Illabo Shire Coun cil, .councillors criticised the charges ?imposed for the connection of elec tricity to country homesteads. Civ H. L. - ltobertson said that it cost him £90 per annum , without any unit charge. The councillors agreed . that it Was excessive charges that pre vented the average man connecting UP- - ' . ' Word lias been received...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WALBUNDRIE [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941

WALBUNDRIE Saturday and Sunday gave tlie dis- | trict tho best rainfall registrations for a . long time. A good autumn is confi- ;? dently anticipated. Tho rain foil | patchy in nature, and up to tliroo » inches fell in tho coursos of storms, ! Avhilst those that missed, had as little j as -60 points, witli very short distances J separating tlieni. The swamps around ji the. Walbundrie hills are covered with f .water- and will.be an incentive for j ducks ;to return. Tho ? water position ? for stock -purposes has 'been relieved, | and 'no one. need worry for the next | year or more. . Lucerne paddocks have I responded .particularly '..well ? since . the | recent rains :and other - summer' grasses | are equally ' forward. Hand-feeding I for stock, which lias ibeen general for f some time, . will. soon, be past. It is j, not ; usual to s sow .wheat during Janu- | ary, but a few acres sown on 'Britis' | has given a; good germination and will \ soon provide, feed for stock. ? Farmers ji n...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOOMARGAMA [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941

WOOMARGAMA Darroll Lynam, who spent his school holidays at Woomargama Station has returned to -Sydney. I , Mrs. Ottloy and her small daughter, of Dubbo, are spending a holiday with Mrs. Cook, Mountain Farm.-, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Smith, Coogee, after spending three weeks with Mrs. - W. Boazley -here, have - gone' to visit relatives at Holbrook. -* Mrs. ;Loster Boazley and her three children have returned home after staying with her mother in Holbrook.

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
APPLE AND PEAR ACQUISITION COMMITTEE FOR N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941

APPLE AND PEAR ACQUISITION COMMITTEE FOR ES.W. /JiHE Apple and Pear Acquisition Committee fqr N.S.W. draws fiie at-ta?ti9n of all apple and pear growers .in, this' district to the following facts 1. A comprehensivo explanation of the Apple and Pear Acquisition' Scheme . will bo, found in the issue of 'Fruit'' Culture,' dated '8th January, 1941, and evory grower interested, as well as all Packing Shed Proprietors, ? should secure a copy of this publication, 2. Growers of apples and pears should -moto that direct sales from the , growers to any buyer or liawkei' cannot be 'undertaken, and' all ' lodal * sales ^ of apples anil pears coming under the Acquisition Scheme' '.c$n - only.be arranged through tho district- representative of the committee;'' ' - 3. Growers may ^consign suitable apples and 'pears for sale through the cbni mittee; these jEruits on consignment may be packed- — '? ' v (a) By the grgwgi- himself; or ( r . (I3) A'hrough 'aijy oije -?f the established .packing sheds. ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COUNTRY NEWS (Continued) COOLAMON [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941

COUNTRY NEWS ' '' ' (Continued) ? 1 ? COOLAMON While engaged in. excavating a tank on Mr. Reg. Hamblin's property at Ganmain, Mr. Wm. Bennett was .struck by a scoop. The blow inflicted a deep incision above his right ear, which received treatment at Banbridge Hospital, Coolamon. Mr. J. Parker fes resigned from Coolamon Shire Council office staff and has purchased a ibusiness in Sydney. Mrs. E. G. Talbot, Bright (V.), is spending an extended 'holiday with her sister, Mrs. W. J. Macauley. Mr. J. McMillan, who has been teaching at the Wiseman's Ferry school, .has exchanged with Mr. Smith, of Malebo. Mr. and Mrs. McMillan have ibeen spending .the school vaca tion with Mrs. McMillan's .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas, Coleman, Mangain. Mr. 'A Edyvean, snr., Tooyal, re ceived tok congratulations of a large circle of relatives and friends last Monday, when he celebrated his 83rd birthday. Mr. H. Vandewater, who has .been ill during the week, is now improving, although he is still unable to resum...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHILTERN [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941

CHILTERN Mr. and Mrs. J. Grant hare returned to Chiltern after having spent a, fort night at St. Hilda. , ? sMr. T. Derum, of tliei Becchworth road State school, has returned ' from, Melbourne, where he spent Iris lioli-: days. . ; j Miss Jean Dawkins lias, resumed her duties at the Barnawartha 'school aiier spending tne long vacation witii her people in Melbourne.'.' Pte. F.' Banna was at. Chiltern over the week-end on leave ?' from.1 Wanga ratta camp. V 'Mr. Paul Pringle, 'Melbourne, spent the week-end with Ids mother, Mrs. J. Pringle, of Conness-street.

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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