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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938
Bacchus Marsh, Toora, Stawell, Yallourn, 'Swan Hill, Colac, Caromba, E. L. VAUGHAN Fibrous Plaster Workks; JUST imagine, E. L. Vaughan sends Fibrous Plaster 450 miles away. JUST imagine E. L. Vaughan supplied Fibrous Plaster for the Mans field Theatre and over 1000 square yards were used. WHY does E. L. Vaughan supply Fibrous Plaster to so many so far away so close to Mel bourne ? WHY has E. L. Vaughan distributed 321,000 sq. yards of Fibrous Plaster during the last 12' months? ?? BECAUSE his prices and products are right and he is always on time with a job. ] illimi111· 11111111111C 0p 1C CIIIIIIIIII 121 22 1 11771 llulillln1 17lll IIIIIIIIl CC I C I C llI 1C IIIIICllln lllllCllllll llll lillIIll iIIIIll llllll ll llHlllllln ll ll lll ll llllillltIIIIIIII II l E. L. VAUGHAN FIBROUS PLASTER WORKS, BRIDGE STREET, BENALLA WEST Victorian . roducers' Co-op. TTHE well-known Vietorlan" Produc :oraC Co-op. Co. Ltd.. is still opor nting ..at 84A Nunn Street, where quotes for all- materials ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938
*~rro0 Go West Young Ladiesfo Bargains 8 Benalla West Annual S ..B NALLA WET-JUST ACROSS TilE BRIDO.:. SUM M ER SALE SI ll l llI21I II IIII II IIIIII1I l I 11 IIIl lllllI II 1 2 1 II 2 II1 11 I J 2 IIIII l IIIII2llll2 1I I IIIIIfl I IU i0 I 11 II Il 1 II I 1111111111111211 I ll lllll]11 I 1111 1 IIIIIII 11 IIIIIUlll llI I II I0 III CI IIII tIlC]I11 ICCII lIJI I IIIIIII I IIICIII IC II III C 1111 [n I11111111 " i IIIIIIIIIr Ladies and Children's Wear ·t~ . " 5 " ·/ ~ I, I! ~· _d: " .?· r;E fc; Women's & O.S. White Bemberg Nights,. nicely em broidered fronts, 4/11. . .1 . SALE PRICE 3/11 S.W. and W. Cotton Crepe Nights, assorted colors. SALE PRICE 1/ each Women's and O.S. Cotton Fuji Nights, pink', blue, green and white, 4/11 and 4/6 SALE PRICE 3/1.1 Women's Crepe Bloomers,; assorted shades SALE PRICE 1/ S.W., W. and O.S. Interlock Silk Vests, assorted shades, also Bloomers to match, 1/ each garment while they last. S.W. & W. Slips, in blue or white 6/5 SALE PRICE 3/11...
The Manufacture of Timber. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938
The Manufacture of Timber. It is perhaos, at this stage, desirous that our readers should be enlightened as to the numerous operations necessary to produce the various floor ings, mouldings, etc., and we give an epitomized resume of same.' First, the growing tree in the forest is selected by the ranger, and. marked as suitable.;: It is then felled,' and bought, by, a tractor to the train lini?e - for conveyance to the: mill The sawers then " cross cut the log into 'suitaible lengths, and these :.: lengths are then taken on the travelling lorry where a large circular 'saw cuts them into flitches, - ..,:which are in turn passed obver to the sawer for 'cutting. into the sizes necessary for the. require mnents of the'builder. By cutting what is termed "on the quarter," the timber is given arn added value, as it is cut with the grain showing through the board, whish ,:when dressed and milked, shows all the beauty ' of the grain and also greater tensile strength of the timber.. The select...
THE SPIRIT OF PROGRESS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938
THE SPIRIT OF PRO GRESS IT'S a far cry from Berosaus (Circa? 150) who invented time, to the ultra-modern. Victorian train, "The Spirit of Progress." Yet there is a link. Berossus spent o life-time in Babylon trying to divide the day' into equal parts. Before he lived, it was.": just morning, evening and night. Berosesase's great discovery revolu tlonized the then civilised world.. Berossus wanted an accurate meal-; - ure of time, and so do the drivers of the Spirit of Progress. Accurate time-the human world depends on accurate time, a train service exists on accurate time to prevent aci-. dents, to run efmciently. Omega the perfect watch, is sold by Mr Nicholls, of Nicholls and Sullivan. Omeg4 watches were used in the great Ber lin Olympic games to dcplde world records. Omega watches were used Omega watches are the Iest word in accurate time keeping. The Victorian railways have lssued Omega watches to every one of their: crack drivers. There could' be no: b,&er ri99milledSti...
INSIDE YOUR HOME [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938
INSIDE YOUR HOME .R.. AK. ANDERSON:started two short 'yers ago;7 and' now has a completely-stocked .furniture .-ware house. Mr'Anderson has' a cheerful personality, and takes a personal in terest in giving 'the best value pos silble to funlish Benalla homes. A Find in' Local Furniturm Shop. A fortunate Euroa lady purchased a sulte' of period furniture from Mr A. K. Anderson that would delight any collector's heart.. The chairs are ex quisitely rwood inlaid with marquetry. The suite consists of two carvers, and four small chairs. The couch belonging to the set was purchased -by.the'writer of this article. Homes with limited incomes could furnish entirely with used furnl ture. It is perhaps unfortunate, that people do not realise that for a few shillings sterling plesces of furniture that need only polishing, not varnish Ing, or with bedroom or kitchen fur 2 niture 'just enamelling, can he .'.bought, instead of the expensive pro Sductions of. furniture : that do not Sl:oli° howftilJ?b...
Prominent Benalla West Business Men [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938
Prominent II Benallall"Wetiii : B Wes ;Bsiness.. Me 'T is the du ty, ;aid -Ar Sullivan of: th:'property owner: of l:Benalil WVoest,: to :buy goodes on thnat side. Of,t Benalla' . 'The "Ensign" rDpreontai wias Interested to i n'ow :why; and Mr Sul livin', wo is a partner in .thoe fitine Sullivan -?`nnd :Sutton'!,, ni?weredr! "Because th,?mdreo3 enalla WeVosth.be.. cormesaa shopping contre, the higher valuation :s given to proporty in thiat areda,:especially, when theo: :resldents. can buy. anythinri they. requlro' withln. a fivw yards ofwhiore thoy live Sinde takingtover this store owe have: on-. deavored, to' gie as much? arvice 'as possibloe an'd 'I ? uat s??it thati,Lthe Beonailla Westerners have 'responded7 I min: falct optnilritic of the futuife. I: was ivhonI1 ffirat came hete,-'aindlI find' that faith it as bo jen. justifed.: :Mr: rSullivan has; been' in many puhb lie actlvltles,'iis a'. kleon-'ind cultured reader',' foid of' musied;'does a lilttle fishing, i's president 'ofr:...
GEDYE'S HOME [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938
THE neittcompact housaiof Mr Gedyo' in Nunn Street woulds de-. light any housewife: Stress has' been laid on the ':domestic'. arrangements, the kitchen being fitted with stain less steel minks, built-in cupboards; a dining: alcove, and a service cupboard between .the kitchen, and the living room. It certainly il a housewife's idea of a labor-saving home, especi ally with the gas hot. water service that serves the laundry as'wsllt as. the bathroom. The inside walls- are sand-finished, and the doors are panelled with tulip oak. An interest ing feature to' the living room is the glass bricks, which give a luminous effect to the walls. The building contains five rooms and a large sleep out. Although only a moderate space ,was availlable, the rooms have been built to allow comfortable working conditions, which reflepts favorably on the skill of the architect, Mr Har old Hanlon. The' builder, Mr Jim Kay, of Ben alla, was confronted with some un usual problems, and that he used considerabl...
An Addition to Miller's Big Store [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938
An Addition to Miller's Big Store BUY In Benalla is well demon strated by one of the leading stores. Recently re-built, Mlller's Stores not only sell, but they buy butter, chaff, oats, wheat, barley, and through tre whole; gamut of" things produced from the soil. The' "Enslgn" representative .was permitted to. intervieow Mr. Grpbb, one of thu partners lin Miller's, anid as we looked around thei neat: offic litnedi with filing, ?ailbinets, .we, realised that Miller's beliove in systeml.: ?. The 'atmosphere, of.: a modern store is. Important. 'It is a friendly, calm, emcient,: dignified feeling created, by the .management and the staff that causes you to open your pocket book, or a Iwoman to open her "purse.7 M: I Grubb, after giving some astounding ilgures, requested; the ."Ensign" re? presentative to lolok around the shop, and maike his own ohbservations :.- ' =Miller's buy over 60,000 .dozen eggs yearly,;.and 53,000 lbs. of butter. That was'some of tlhe staggering informa tion give...
"TAROONA", THE HOME OF MR. AND MRS. A. W. GRUBB [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938
"TAROONA", THE HOME OF MR. AND MRS. A. W. GRUBB When the "En?llgn cariera man called at Mrs Grubh's resldence, he was greeted with her faithful watch dog. After the picture was. taken; charming Mrs Grubb . then, essayed to show the "Enslgn" representative through. the house, hut he,. thought of the watch dog and* the 'isit was a hurried one. However, the house-is built on. the standard eof comfortable conventionality, maintaining :the, re quirements of a modern :home, with some delightful Interior. decorations. havlng,textured walls. Mrs Grubb.i, ono of our soola lenders and ?laugh Ingly told the ."Ensign" representative that all she0 endeavored ?.to 'do wlth every home was to make It essentially. a home. ..
A Modern Form of Georgian Architecture [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938
A Modern Form of Georgian Architecture Ereocted it tile corner of Thomas and BensonS Streets, lcnalln, the. now homo of -Mr 0. lobinson Is carried out -both Internally and externally in a modern treatment. It Is plain, and almost severe,, hut simple, which added -to the judicious use of bright color cuts down thlo Heverity. A. fea turo 'of-thoe design of the homeo i the corner windows which are used exteopslvely to icl; Iup all the avail able winter gun, and dlring the hot weather. the large -eave and use of blinds give internal protection. Several new ideas have been Intro ducedI..nto this very modern home. The largeo open fircplace In the louinge is or paic pink bricks. and over the mantle is a 3 ftet circular mirror with scalloped edge and two special light brackets. L Tile walls and lth large shower recess of the bathroom are tiled wi?th lI' 4I" .'lluc green glazed tiles which have a yellow tint infused. The floor tiles nro color llend to match. Tie electric light fittings lIned...
A Modern Home Economically Designed [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938
A Modern Home Economically Designed The residence of Mrs Seth shown in this paper under the heading of "A Modern I-lome Economically De slgncd," is an example of a modest little home designed and built by Mr J., A. ,ourke.. First. it was designed to suit the corner block of land on which It' stands; secondly although reasonable in cost, It contains six rooms, ibath room and a- larger sun porch which ls. ample room for most families. Par ticular care has been taken with the'. domestic arrangements, having the same built in oupboards as any. ofits expensiveo counte;irparts. 'The' weoodi work which'is red plnoie sIstalned.and, rubbed 'which' gives the sanme effect.?. as polished u surfaces. It definitely :" proves that small homes' can be built to suitr most people's flnances:.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938
Janice,First Annual Clearing Sale .Exquisite Infants' Crope do Chine ani ..Crpes Spun Frocks.'. Were- 15/11 Matlnee Jackots, wore 6/11, Now 4/.6. Girls, 'Tobralcoi Aprons,; wereo'1/6, Now 9Sd:" Bembe rg Ro mper;: were 4/11, Now Child's Bathroom Kit Includes Tooth Brush,;i Floating Dolls, Washer, oetc;' wereo 2/11,, Now 1/6. Kiddies' 'Sooks, all to go at 1/=: Maids' Blooimers (few only). In black and flesh pink. f.Woro 2/6,'Now.l. 1/ Glorious, Orgodile Bonnets, were' 2/11,, Now 1/11. Maids': Deluster;d.. Sue'de.. Finish Pyjamia.s YWouid fit S.W., Wir 9/11' Noiw'7/11. OUTSTANDING BARGAINS (Audrey and Edith Brown) FOR MOTHER: Famous Makes of Face Powder, 1/ and 2/. Talc at 6d. 'ond's Cream, Gd and 2/. Manicure Sets, 1/3. Scantees and Vast BSets. Ware 7/11, Now 5/11 per set. Ladies' Nights, mesh lace .tops, fit forming. Ware 21/6, Now 16/6. ronnis and Golf Socks. Were 2/11. AllI to go at V'3 f oxes :of Hankies, per box 1/., FOR BRIDGE PARTY TROPHIES ambawool Table Mats, two in set, wrap...
CRICKET COUNTRY WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938
CRICKET COUNTRY WEEK. ., The ctam to;.represent; Bonalla in the-,country wepek matches commeone ing" in Melbournoe;: 'on°,. Monday, 7th arlchi,'~will hoe chosen this ,week-end, and'_,secrotarlos ' must submit the names of, players who" are navailablo 'secretairy.:of the' Association, by to morrdw evening at: the very latest. It. Isto, be hoped :that, all our lead ing, players will be: able tol malke themselves available' for the, trip; so the. strongest ' team possible can be chosen and so 'mnaintain, if not inmprove upon the very fine perform ances of. last year's. team, ',which was runner-up to the winners of the competition. Thl :. Country W:,eekl premiership is a -cricketinF :;'honor worth striving for, and if our very best assoclation:teoam \vent to' the city, there woulds be llttle doubt but that It.would w return wit t he pro miership" for this district::"
The Ensign [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938
The Ensign mf.f l'l I:n?ign," elowly hut' surely, i:n evolving the . , chrysalli into what. we hope will he ,a butterfly. Witlingfrrly a hundred years behind us, for 40 years in the hands of the O'Shea family, the "EEia!gn" with the vitallty of John Oul'e O'Shen, son of .the nlat Mr J.- O. O'Shea, has built itcif a new home.' In spite'of the building being doem olinhed rind rebuilt. the paper was produced each' week, and never once did. it breakl its recordof continuous production .for all these years. ?The' new building in cessentially :indern, tand :'lri keeping "with other modern erectlons in this town. T?' facade IH adorned at the top with five stLops, an the soft warm hadeo' deals.l kindly with the eye. The green leaven of the treen In front harmonise with the snnd-colored background. The, metal-lettered words "the lEnifgn""l are of rigid geometrical pattern, shadowed with red. The building notes are interesting. The expanded oetal concrete finished walls are extensively usecd ...
POSITIONS OF TEAMS. "A" Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938
SPOSITIONS OF ?TE~AMS. ' °A" Grade. ' Friendly Soclotles'. 2 2 0 '0 12 Violet Townt ., . ... 2? 1? 1 0 10 enona 2 2:1 ,' ? 0 4' . 5 Diggers ;.* 2 0 .: 1' 3 Footballers . 2 0 1 1 3 "addaglnnlo .... :?. 2 0 ,0 2 -2 Dooklce College -.? 2 0 ,0 2 -2 Devenlash 2. . >.?2, 2z0 0 12 Stowarton ... 2 1 1 0 10 Goomallbeeo :2 ¾Y". O._.' -2 Methodists; . . .0 0 2 -2 W. Outrlght: Points
Central Riding to Borrow £5000 FOR PERMANENT WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938
:Central. Riding to Borrow £5000 POR PERMANENT' WORKS. T Mfonday's meeting of-. the Ben alla Shire' Council, Cr. Stolz gave notice of motion that the, Council lake the necessary steps to borrowv the sum of £5000 for the carrying out of permanent .works andi',undertak in nccordance with the plans0" specfl cationis and: estimates of " the. engin ccr, to lie sebmitted by the engineer. The.sumi ivlllbear InterceLat tihe rate of 41 per-cent.
WHAT IS MODERN LUBRICATION ? [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938
WHAT IS MODERN LUBRICATION ? a vsiet to Gedyo's recently-bult .;North-Eastern Garage, the "En sign" representative discovered- that each modern car had a systern of its own of lubrication. Statiftics slow. that 90 per cent. of accidents are oaused by insumfllent lubrication. Gedyo's have' installed, a machino that forces the grease Into- the car' under a pressure of 400 lbs. to the slquare inch. Each gun receives com-' pressed air, and in the gun itself. is another motor which reinforcesn the *ressure yet again. Once you car has been greased by this new system, Gedye'se, send out reminders when .your. car needs sr'asing aain. A foolproofl mothod of calculating is used, and each nlght the greasing records are examined it order that at the. correct time; the: ro minder shall be sent out. Echt' car? needs an Individual treatment,; and Godye's aroe also. agents for -two :;very fine motor;cursr-the ,American Pack ard and ithe English WVolsloy. "" The design of. the service station is nov...
CORRESPONDENCE To the Editor, "Ensign." [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938
CORRESPONDENCE To the Editor, l"nsign." Sir.-In your Issue of 4th. Inst., a letter appeared, signed by one who 'lalled himself "Interested," agitating 'or something to be done with regard to a swimming pool In thin., centre. "interested" said that a pool was an Irgent necesnity In a town of thin ,lze. I heartlly endorso this senti entl, andeshould like to polnt'out the 'ollowing fact. Whilloe Euron nd Shepparton each. have pools,. noted throughout the North-East, and 1Vangaratta can bonast three pools, one of which In now being improved, l3enalia, which by its citizens and council, Is considered the capital of the North-East. has to hang Its head in shame, and cast furtive glances at the shallow, dangerous s(retch of water In which the enthusiasts nman age to wet thernselve--where there Is aullclent water, and the authorities consalder It safe. In ils letter "In terested" outlined a scheme whereby a swimming pool coull he a revenue producing project. Surely something could be done i...