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GANMAIN HAY GROWERS Want To Harvest Portion of Crop For Seed [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941

GANMA1N HAY GROWERS Want To Harvest Portion of Crop For Seed COOLAMON— A meeting of hay growors, convenod .by the Ganmain Farmers and Settlers' Association, was' held in Clarke 's-Hall last Saturday, -to consider the position of * hay growers under tho Wiheat Stabilisation scheme. Mr. H. E. Eisenliauer (president of the branch) . presided. There was a large attenclaiice. ? : Mr. E. M. Hauiblin outlined how the district farmers over the past few years had cut- considerable areas -of, their sowings for hay,: because of depleted hay stocks, droughty condi tions prevailing at that period, pre valence of rust and grain not filling, low prices, adverse stripping ^facilities for lifting wheat, : and Ministers of the Crown and Agricultural Department officers advising farmers to cut more hay. - ? ?' Mr. Hamblin then . drafted the fol lowing resolution: — . 'That we urge that growers of i ?wheat for hay he permitted to har vest for grain at least 40 per cent, of their average area seeded to ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Nobody Wants To Be A Councillor [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941

Nobody Wants To Be A Councillor COROWA. — When nomination j day closed for Coreen Shire by- [ election, caused by the resigna- | ' tion of Cr. Gordon IDuncata, no [ nominations were received. The j matter has been reported to the i Minister for Local Government, J and will also be dealt with at the | next mseting of the shire council. |

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ACCIDENTS AND FATATLITIES MAN SERIOUSLY INJURED Car and Truck Collide At Wodonga [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941

ACCIDENTS AND FATALITIES MAN SERIOUSLY ? INJURED Car and Truck Collide At Wodonga When - a sedan car lie was driving and a truck belonging, to the Wodonga butter works' collided, William Craig Daunnacliie, a member, uf the Bone gilla military post office staff, received serious injuries. Two passengers in tho car wore also injured. They were I-Iareld Thomas, also a member of the post office staff, and L/Cpl.. Glossford.' The accident' occurred last Saturday night in Sydney-street, Wodonga, near the Wodonga orook bridge, and although the car did -not capsize, the whole of the bodywork on- the -? driver's side was ripped- off. . Daunnachio wa3 admitted to the Albury hospital; suffering from a- frac- tured skull, lacerations to the -head, a fractured arm, leg ,and finger. The two passengers were also, admitted to. hospital, Thomas with a severe lac.era -tion of_the' eye, and: Glossford .with , a badly injured hand.

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 — 31 January 1941

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Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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COST OF DIRECT ROUTE TO BONEGILLA WOULD BE SMALL BUT IT WOULD MEAN A HUGE SAVING ACTION IN NEEDED AT ONCE [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941

COST OF DIRECT ROUTE TO BONEGILLA WOULD BE SMALL I Birr IT WOULD MEAN-ft NEE SAVING ACTON IS NEEDED AT ONCE I : Mr. Spender (Minister for the Army), has. just returned from a visit jto the Middle East. As might be ex | pected, he used the fastest method of |!| transport and took the shortest route. I Speed and economy of time and petrol I aie equally important in these times of I 'war. - 1 of course, this does not apply I ordinary military road, or so it I would appear, if the judgment of the h Defence Department, of, which Mr. I Spender is the head, on the direct route 1 -to Bonegilla is to be- taken as final. ir Tho multiple advantages of this; H r.o'u^have already 'keen fully discussed | :????'? Wtntiples1 in the 'Banner.' 'A-i | sketch map showing more clearly than -i | -~ words the many advantages of this | . road, has also been published. | .'In typical Government style, the i | ? Defence Department has chosen to | ignore all these military advantages, j§: and prefers to throw...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
APPEAL FOR CZECH SOLDIERS IN ENGLAND (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941

: .APPEAL FOR CZECH SOLDIERS IN ENGLAND (To the Editor) iSir,— /Will you allow mo space in - your paper to make known to the people of your district the needs of the Czeclio.slovakian soldiers who are fighting with us in Englan? 'They are a ' 1 comparatively small number, who escaped when-' Frnnce i collapsed, and their arrival , in Eng-j land created great excitement even in that very exciting time! .The Czecho slovakian airmen were quick to appre hend the 'full importance of the disas i ter and rushed- to. their, planes. . Their i compatriots 'begged to, be taken with j them,' and- arrived in England cling ; ing to any part of the small machines, land were ready to fight again, j They are cut off from all help from I their own country, and England can not supply? what she has not !? Will : sympathisers please help with gifts of socks, balaclavas, anything you would send tq your own boys? All giffi will be personally acknowledged by Dr. Solan&lcy, Vice Consul-Genera] of Che...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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YOUNG MEN KEEN FOR CAMP Fine Types In Latest Draft [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941

YOUNG MEN KEEN FOR CAIP . Fine Types In Latest Draft All apparently eager to enter camp for three months' train ing, another large draft of universal trainees left Albury yesterday (Thursday) morning for camp at Geelong. Men from all over the district were in cluded and they will be attach ed to artillery and light horse units. About 90 men from Albury were in one unit, which will be attached to the 122nd Battery, while about 45 men from Lock hart, Hienty and a few from Albury will enter a- light horse unit. , - - The Area Officer (Oapt. S; Berry) said the men were a. particularly fine type, and lie had heard no complaints from any, of them. All were apparent-. ly; happy and contented at the pros pect of throe months training. ? The men were handed over by Cap tain Berry at the station; to Capt. A C. Jennings, who wais. in charge of the men for the train journey. ; He was assisted by - Lieuts. E. P. Patman and Lieut. Shovelton. Lieut. Patman has been in charge of the Albury battery....

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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U.S. President Planning Merger With Britain In Case Of Need [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941

U.S. President Planning Merger With Britain In Case Of Need WASHING-TON, Thursday. — President Roosevelt is resolverl, ?whatever happens, to keep Hitler bottled up in Europe, and to keep Japan out of trie South Seas, says the semi-official 'United States' News.' ' He is also planning machinery j to merge British and' United | States world interests in case of | need. J The President's three personal envoys, Mr. Harry Hopkins, Colonel W. J. Donovan, and Mr. Laiuchliu H. Currio, are carrying a message to the whole of the ?world that henceforth America intends to exert a decisive in fluence in world affairs. Mr. Hopkins is in England, Colonel Donovan in the Balkans, and Mr. - Citrrie is on his way to Chungking (China).

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 — 31 January 1941

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Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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COL. H. MACBRIDE DEAD Was Artillery Instructor [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941

' COL. H. MACBR1DE i DEAD Was Artillery Instruct Lieut.-Col.- IL W. C. MacBride, of ? the Australian -.Staff Corps, chief in structor of the\ school of artillery, : Eastern Command, died at Eandwick last Monday. '? Lieuti-Col. MacBride, who ' was 48, joined,- the Eoyal Australian Artillery . as a subaltern in 1912.' Ho :served'in . France at adjutant of the 2nd Austra lian Siege Brigade and was wounded:— :Soon after returning frojn thp wari . ' ' he was attached ^to army headquarters: ?- in Melbourne and in 1924 'nveni, to ; England for a- -two-year : - course at ? Woolwich artillery ? college;:: In -1934 i Iih s t was appointed - commander ?- o± . 'coastsil . defences, Vietoiia.

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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Dalgety's New Stock Manager KEEN ADVOCATE OF STUD STOCK [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941

Dalgety's New Stock Manager KEEN ADVOCATE OF STUD STOCK A. keen advocate of stud stock, Mr Keith F. Henkins, the new manager cf Dalgety's stock department, should, with his wide knowledge and experience of ' stock breeding and selling gained in three States, . be a valuable acquisition to the staff of the Albury branch of this company. ; Gaining his early experience of stock in the Flinders Bangc, South Aus tralia, and on the fringe of the salt bush country in that State, he was transferred last year- from the; Ade laide branch to Brisbane, : where he was second-in-charge of the Brisbane stock- department. . ?A visit tq England in 1928. when - he went to the' Eoyal Show and the Olympic Horse .Show, and many other world-famous' shows, both in - England arid Scotland, added 'to his already wide experience, - while during his stay , he visited Bradford and spent some time at the woollen mills, where he became familiar with the treatment of wool through all ; its stages. . On his return...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LORD AND LADY GOWRIE IN CAR COLLISION ON BUFFALO ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941

LORD AND LADY GOWRIE IN CAR COLLISION ON BUFFALO ROAD ? : ? : ? EH ? BRIGHT. — While being driven ;to Bright on Monday ' morning in the course of a sightseeing tour of the district, Tlie Governor-General (Lord Gowrie) and Lady 'Gowrie had a fortunate escape from a serious/ accident. Another car, which was rounding a corner on the Buffalo-road as it . ascended the mountain, swung out and collided with the car containing their Excellencies. ' ' ?The front mudguard of the Yice-i Eegal car was ripped , off and tliel back one seriously -damaged. - The running- 1 board was crumpled and the- wheel- 1 cap torn from the 'back wheel, - .while j the door . of the-.. car- was put out' of ! action. -.The occupants - .of -both cars I escaped 'injury. Fortunately the car conveving their Excellencies .was..?not. travelling :at a fast rate, or -a 'more : serious - result' could scarcely have been avoided. As i the engine ' of the ? Viee-Eegal car was practically unharmed, Lord- Gowrie in-, sisted on...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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SPECIAL WAGGA SHEEP SALE [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941

SPECIAL WAGGA SHEEP SALE Younghusband Ltd., Wagga, report: —?We held a, special sheep sale at Wagga 'on Tuesday, January.. 29, when 40,000 ; sheep wero. .yarded/ - Although the yarding included a numbcy^^of really good quality sheep, it was 'prin cipally made up of full-mouth .merino ewes and crossbred ' ,. weaners. ; .There was an exceptionally large attendance. Buyers were present from practically all parts' of N.S.W., in addition to North-eastern Victoria. : Competition throughout was keen' for all classes of slieep^ and practically' a total clearance; was made, the only sheep passed being three lots of very low conditioned ewes. Prices for merino- ewes, merino I weaners and crossbred ewe .. weaners showed a rise on previous ;sales and, all other classes of. sheep -were at firm prices. , - . r'::'. ' ? ' ; Some of the principal sales were:—; Merino ewes, 1 yr., joined to long-wool rams, 22/7; merino wetliers,. 1 yr.. early shorn, 1S/S; merino ewes, sound mouths, to 14/11, with ot...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Fat Sheep Prices Remain Generally Firm GOOD QUALITY 1/ TO 1/6 BETTERS Smaller Yarding Of Store Sheep [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941

Fat Sheep Prices Remain Generally firm! ? H ? GOOD QUALITY !/ TO 1/® BETTER Smaller Yarding Of Store Sheep Good quality sheeis in the fat section at the Albury fortnightly market on Wednesday showed an increase of' 1/ to 1/6 on the previous sale, and fat sheep generally remained firm on late sales. Store sheep also remained firm, but aged ewes were irregular and the market was over-supplied. The yarding of 6509 store sheep was about 4000 less than the last sale. The fat sheep yarding of 3206 head was 200 in excess of last market. It was comprised mainly of .wethers of medium quality, with a sprinkling of ewes of medium to good quality. There were a few pens- of good quality young wetliers and lambs. The attendance was good, and best quality lambs were especially sought after and were l'/6 to 2/ above the last market. Prices per lb., exclusive of skin and offal: Prime light-weight mutton, 3id. to -id.; .medium quality, 2d. to 2Ad.; heavy wetlier mutton, 3:}d.; lambs, (id.; ewe mutton...

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

Sydney Produce Market Marketing Bureau's quotations: — Produce. — Butter, 161/2 a cwt.; eg*s, Board prices, new-laid, hen 1/4 dozen, case lid. ' ? ' ?Fruit. — Apples, 5/ to 12/ a case; pears, 6/ to 8/; peaches, local 3/- to; 7/, Victorian 7/ to 13/; plums, 2/ to' 7/; nectarines, 5/. to 10/; grapes, ;6/- to 12/; ora.nges, 2/ to 11/; lemons, 8/ to .13/ ; grapefruit, 6/ to 12/; passion fruit, North Coast 4/ to 9/; pineapples, 6/ to 10/; ..watermelons, 2/ to 7/; rockmelons, local 2/ to 7/. SOnly .moderate supplies were for ward. The market for forage -was dull, while maize' ;and potatoes sold at reduced rates. Private sales: Wheat, 4/6; oaten- chaff, 6/ to- 7/3; 'wheaten cliaft', 5/ to 5/6; lucerne hay, 4/3 to 4/9; straw, local 5/6; pumpkins, Queensland 5/; onions,- Victorian brown, Globes, 22/. At. auction: Yel low maize 6/1 to: 6/3 J; lucerne hay, 3/1 to 4/3; new. potatoes, loc:ul new grade 9/ to 13/3, No. 2 grade 7/3 to 11/9, seed 8/6. 'Business was generally . quiet; for wheat at - ...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NARANDERA [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941

NARANDERA At the monthly meeting of Naran dera branch of the lied' Cross Socictj it was reported that the bunk balance | amounted to £47/13/9. It was '.1- re solved' to forward £30 to head office. It . was also decided to ; order foui dozen window badges for sale to. .the various business liousesi in Narandera. A fire, the origin of 'which is r un known, destroyed tlie Narandera. 'P.P. Board's utility, truck, early last . Tues day morning. Tne raDDit inspecioi (Mr. J. -T. Bean), who was onrhis jtoui of inspection, was spending tlie night at Mr. G. Campbell's property, 'Glen- roy,' near Warburn, ; and with his host discovered the truck and shed which ? housed it ablaze ..from end. . to end. ? ' ' ? As a token of esteem in which; he is held ' at 'Kilmarnock,' Narandera, Constable R. Collins, who : has been promoted to the position of junior police prosecutor at the Central Police Court, Sydney, was - farcwelled by1 the Byrnes family, boarders and staff, and presented with a leather su...

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 — 31 January 1941

TUMBARUMBA The annual meeting of Tumba rumba .Commoners was' presided over by Mr.' C. McPherson. The financial statement presented ;by the secretary (Mr. M. Kinstler) showed a .credit of £11/0/7, which was considered to be satisfactory. The credit side showed that .£20/16/9 had been received dur ing the year, made up ?'of agistment ?fees £18/3/3 and permits £2/13/6, and. there was a, credit at tlio begin ning of :194p of £10/5/4. The cxpeR. .'diture. '-consisted of ? the ? following' disj bursements: —-Secretary's remunera tion:' £6/5/,. printing and advertising ?£31/ 4 //office rent 7/6, scrubbing,; fence repairs, noxious weeds treatment £20/16/9, ^assurance fees £1, carting posts £1/5/, wire £4/1/9, postages, etc., 5/6. Mr. McPherson reported oh tho activities of the year. These in cluded scrubbing, repairing fences, yards, gates, etc., while noxious weeds had been attended to. Grass and water were plentiful. Not many head of stock, were on 'the 'common at pre sent, but those that...

Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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Commission Refuses To Assist In Plan [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941

Commission Refuses To Assist Ir Plan JUNEEj — iSome time ago tho Junee Hospital Board decided to ask the Hospital Commission to pay half the cost of maintaining soldiers as finan cial members of the industrial scheme, and that tho local patriotic funds be asked to provide the other half. However, the ?Commission lias re 'fused .to do this, contending that sol diers' dependants should in cases such as this be treated as other individuals.

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 — 31 January 1941

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Publication Title: Albury Banner Wodonga Express And Riverina Stock Journal
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Bowls Tourney At Culcairn MOST GAMES CLOSELY CONTESTED [Newspaper Article] — Albury Banner Wodonga Express and Riverina Stock Journal — 31 January 1941

Bowls Tourney At Culeairn MOST GAMES CLOSELY CONTESTED ?Culeairn Bowling Club held a suc cessful tournament on Monday, when rinks from Henty, Corowa, Albury, Commercial Club and Wodonga com peted. Most matches were closely contested, and in many cases an extra end had to be played to determine the winners. At the ehd of the three games played the. following rinlcs had won all matches: — Fifield 's rink (Cul eairn), McCullough 's^ rink (Wlodonga) and P. H. Paech 's rink (Henty). In the semi-final Wodonga :drew a bye and Fifield played Paech. Fifield 's rink maintained its . consistent form and won by 13 to 3. The final between Wodonga and Culeairn was evenly contested. With the exception of the second last end, both rinks were scor-. ing evenly. However, in this end, McCullough advanced his score 13 to 11, leaving Fifield two points for a tie or three for a win on the last end. Fifield, with his last bowl and the shot against him, trailed the kitty into the ditch to pcorefour and win...

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