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VIOLET TOWN 15-19, ALL BLACKS 9-15. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938

VIOLET TOWN 15-19, ALL BLACKS 9-15. Little may be said nor ,. written In commendation of the exhibition pro vided by the meeting of the All lilncks and Violet Town'' :on. the southern oval last Saturday. From the outset it was obvious that Incidents would mar the match which waris little else but a series of all-in scrambles throughout.: It ap peared that the winners were anxious to avenge their ignominius defeat In the grand final of.1037 and, on the performances of the teams, .t was probable that this could have been chloeved without resorting to foul tactics as was the case. Except for Individual flashes, neither side s:howed any real football sense, team work being completely absent,. Tile manner In whichl the game was played was not entirely the teams' fault, the umpire showing an amaz ing Ignorance and slowness in Inter preting the rules. The small ground, too, was a factor which aided crowd Ing and, .virtually, the. teams hunted In 'packs. 'alternately. Volet Town., mainly th...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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TATONG-THOONA LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938

TATONG-THOONA LEAGUE. The lament of football executives, so often heard of late Is that the pub 1Ie are Indifferent toward the game. This indifference is not to be won lered at when it Is realised that, too often, the said public Is ecpected to pay admlssion to watch a dog-light between two teams to whom football is a lost art. Unfortunately all this trouble generally Is caused by a min orlty of players, perhaps two or three, who do not. understand even the rudiments of the game and, - be sIdes, have no sporting Intelligence beyond clouting an opponent who is too good for I them. This type of player upsets his own and the oppos ing side as well and to such an extent that the' game Is being gradually ruined as a spectacle of clean con test. It Is In the hands of these club executives to eradiento this destruc Live element from the teams. Until sterner measures are taken In this lirectlon the game cannot he expec ted to regain favor In the eyes of the public.

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Hume Weir THE BETHANGA BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938

hume Weir THE BETHANGA BRIDGE. Involved in a work of the magni tude of Hume' Weir, there was, nat urally, a great deal of work necessi tated In theo. resumption of land and the re-establishment of the landhold ers affected by the constructions In ., progress. Hume ' had the effect of cutting off a largo area of land which, previously had depended upon being able to cross.the river for outlet. Consequently It had been found necessary to erect a nine-span steel suspension bridge , . which was completed in 1030 and was known as the Ilethanga bridge. The building of this bridge was an engineering feat of unusual type. The piers were erec ted In the. river bed and the steel 'work was built In Melbourne, as sembled and railed to the bridge site, there it was roe-assembled and erec ted on the piers. This was an ex ample of the many works which had *to be carried out as a direct result of tie IIumo Weir. YARRAWONGA WEIR. Dealing with the progress of work at Yarrawonga, where Mr Williams is ...

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LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938

LOCAL: & GENERAL EXCEEDING SPEED LIMIT.-At the Benalla court eneeterday before Mr I. W. Williams P.M.,' Leslie W. Hanel wras charged with, exceeding the speed limit int-his truck on the Hume Highway on 24th March last. lie did not' appear." Inspector: Steel, who prosecuted, gave evidence that he followed defendant for. a distance of two .miles and his speed'? was 34 Oniles an houtr. Under his licence-he was allowed a speed of 15 ,miles per hour.. W'hen. 'intercepted . defendant aqld that his speedo showed :30 miles an hour. lie was- fined L£5 with- 2/6 coditsin default distress. ?GOVERNMENT COSTS MOUNT TO .£108,303,392-A table . prepared by. the- Taxpayers' Association: shows a marked advance in 'Government costs, the Federal Government alone recording a contraction. Federal ex penditu'e rose steadily from £53,059; 042. in1932' to £63,617,306 in 106, but wits lowered to £62,846,257 in 1937. The States' aggregate' expenditure : went 'up :from f £32,748,528 In '.(1032, to £45,...

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"Harnessing Australia's Greatest River" The Romance of The Murray Engineer H. Williams Speaks at Benalla [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938

"Harnessing Australia's Greatest River" The Romance of The Murray Enzineer H. Williams Speaks at Benalla To many the actual magnitude: of the work carried 'oul by the River Murray, Commission, since its establishment in 1913, is little known and consequently, not fully' appreciated.' In a district such as Benalla and localities surrounding it, where there is no.: irrigation and really. no need,.for;it in :any case, the immense. task of conser ving water to-provide an adequate and assured supply -for the rmil lions of acres of fertile lands, in areas where the rainfall average', is -below 14 inches a year. and, sometimes as'- low. as :8rinches, may- not be realised if lits true perspective. Mr Howard Wil' llams, C.E., engineer-in-cliarge of construction at Yarrawonga Weir, delivered; an' illustrated 'lecture upon "Harnessing Australla's' Greatest River" at " Benalla 'on ' -Monday'evenlng \ last 'which   revealed the immensity of the work already `-accomplished ' toward' ...

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The Problems of Poverty Interesting Address by Rev. Wilkinson [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938

The Problems of Poverty Interesting Address by Rev. Wilkinson . At the Invitation of the local' branch of the' United Electors of Australia about six people were present rat the Memorlial: Hall on Tuesday evening last when a very stirring address -on ;.the :-:problem of abolishing poverty was delivered by Rev. Wilkinson,' M.A. He pointed ouit clearly that- the problem of poverty ,was the root cause -of Ineecurity and upreot and the only solution was, real democracy. Thpt could be achieved by insisting that Parliamentarians: carry -out the wishes of the electors.' - - ,The dvenilngwvas preslded. over b Mr Alan Russell whlo, after"a fio wordd of welcome, ":litroduced 'th speaker. : Rev. wVilknson sald that there wan no need;to strss', the fact that',?th times were out of' jorint" and tha there was. little need to argue tha the problem of poverty was the rea cause of their Insecurity and unreal Allied to the fact 'of poverty was the widespread conviction" that It was ab solutely unnece...

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BENALLA RACING CLUB JUNE MEETING TUESDAY NEXT, 29th JUNE. GOOD DAY'S RACING ASSURED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938

BENALLA RACING CLUB :JUNE MEETING TUESDAY NEXT, 29th JUNE. GOOD DAY'S RACING ASSURED." nHE gila Racing -Club will hold its Junrioe ?eting next Tuesday, 28th June;, 198. Good nrominations have been received and It Is expected that: a. good day's racing .will be the oider of the day.', Thise will be.the only meeting in Victoria on' this day and a large patronage should 'heo In attendm?ne at this ideal course'where racing can-be' witnessed under excel lept conditions. The first' race will commence at 2 p.m., and the last race is timed to finish at 4.30 p.m. The following are the 'entres 'reccelved for the various, eventa:- ENCOURAUGE HANDICAP. To start at 2 p.m. T"idylus .0 .. . ;. O: Oracmar. .. : 8 ..2 Corybant . .... .. ..j8 0 Byfar,.. ; .. .. . .. .. 8 0 Robelus .. 7 12 No-can-pay : . .. 7 12 ;'Aqua";Loch :'. :.. 7.10 Pllgrim's Son .... .'. .. 7 7 Lucky Bill .. ........ 7 Deverny, ; ;: 7 Uthrong. : 7 5 Alice Stile: .. .. 6 Kllpspringer " : 7 Cursive 7 "4 7 Yellow Flame .. .... 7' 0...

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EARLY HISTORY OF GOOMALIBEE [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938

EARLY HISTORY 1OF? GOOMALIBEE. (By Goomalibee.. Native) N the very early, days of settle nt In oomallbee there w?a very little time for amusement of any rt Th. Ienalla Show and St. atck's Day Sports in Benalla were th main outings the' residents had, an as oon s evening was? ap praching start had to be made for Soe, whre the cows had to' be milked and stock fed. There, were no Sdances or other local amusement;l as matter of fact . there was 'rio place nwhch to hold dances. In the early days of the Goomalhbee. Picnic, when the sports were over a dance at night followed. which , had to be be held either in the late 'Afr John oodi's rn or in the present s'oomalbeschool, and most enjoy ale they were, although there was not very much room for picnic I crow who came. from miles. around. and many had to be content to slt round a ire. outdelo or.. look in through the windows. Looing ack' to those:' days, days when Old Timer" took a leading prt in porte and dances locally, a regular numher o...

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"SLAVE SHIP" MIGHTIEST OF SEA SAGAS. WARNER BAXTER AND WALLACE BEERY STAR. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938

"SLAVE SHIP" MIGHTIEST OF SEA SAGAS. WARNER BAXTER AND WAL" LACE DEERY. STAR. STORMIINO in epic sweep over half the world, ns thoelast slaver sails on Its last desperate voyage, "Slave Shop" given the screen a new claimn ant for the title of mightiest of all the see cages. a Twentieath Century-Fox's most spectacular production of the yenr, "Slave Ship" co-stltre Warner Bnxier and WVallace Beery in a pulsing tale of. the .slave-trading era, with' ilizn= both Allian and Mickey Rooney among those on ihd boat ar, with decks reddened by mutiny, it roams tie saon on'its fnul fury-racked voy -In itro most colorful role of .i col orful career, Wa?rner Baxter playsI Captain Jim Lovett, romantic sacouige of two seas, who dofies the navien iof the world, is betrayed by ia hipmnte, and fights at last " for love In the greatest sen adventure of thoem all. ; Wralluace licory, whose long IInt of shipboard roles rends like a verltinble history of the eilt-water cinema, sinks.his teeth Into a. menty...

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CONGRATULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938

..C : ONGRATULATIONS. The Bnaila lbranch aof the Moth odllit Kniglitsiof the Court are to be congratulated'.upon 'creating the op portunity, ftori the, public to hear and have illustrated a thlk upon a sub ject'.which -ranks high In national Importance.'3r VWilliams, who sl com mander of the Yarrawonga branch of tho.sname order, is a man who, as an engineer of, the S.R. and W.S.C.. has had great exilerlence in the works of the'CommBiselon in, making adequate watoer;supply?iposslble in Victoria, 'At'the outlet he was welcomed by MPr F. Doclking on hehalft of hie Ien nala compani)ons and the vlntlore who listened to the lecture. When the lecture concluded lecmrn II. Nichollh and II. P'. Wood voiced the apprecia tion of the gnthering toward Mr WiI Ilamg' generoum spirit In travelling from Yarrawonga to provide a talk ofa such importance and educational value lMr Willilnmn made a rlef ren ponee and oald that he hopedi to he able to explain Homo of hile pointc more clearly on . Saturday ...

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BENALLA DEFEAT KATAMATITE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938

BENALLA DEFEAT KATAMATITE. .Katamatito vlslted Bonalla for 'the first tinio'as members of this League and though thoe scores Indicate that they. were easily defeated, they In cludojmany fine young ,players who will develop Into first class playersa little later on.: - There was plenty- of dash and. coolnese displayed. by quite a numbsc'of their men, and with ex perience and more.; opporttnities to play together, their team will shortly be found a dificult , proposition for opposing' sides. -'Bonalla .,showed, much morn combined play, and have moulded into a" very fine slde, with greatly improved play,: amongst the forwards, who will prove a very hard side to beat in their future games. .Th 'teams were:- . Bonalla.B. Cogger.(c.), G. McLean (v.c ), Glazebrook, 0O' rlon, Hicks, Gllett, K: Rhodes, - M. Dunno, W. Slattery, R. Spencer, L., Spencer, J. Slattery J. O'Connor, Mclnerney, lubting, J. Sykes, ; R. Burns, M. Heard. Katamatlte.--G. Rudd ..' .), F. Cleary, D. Charlton, M., K., J. a...

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Dance at Dookie [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938

Dance at Dookie LAST Saturday evening a most en- joyable dance was given by the students of Dookie College to enter- tain a party of 30 University stu- dents who were guests at the College during the week-end. The ball was beautifully decorated with streamers in shades of red, white and blue, while on the stairs and around the hall were grouped lovely palms. The music was provided by the Collegians of Shepparton, while a tasty supper was served in the dining hall, the long tables being decorated with bowls of poppies and fern. Guests from Benalla were Misses B.   Say; Miss G. Say, in floral georgette; Miss J. Kay, yellow floral georgette; Miss B. Kay, blue and red striped taffeta; Miss L. Johnson, blue and pink floral taffeta; Miss C. Perkins, blue figured crepe, silver trimmings; Miss G. Hiscock, sea green velvet; Miss P. Dixon., white net over taf- feta; Miss M. Webster, blue and white figured crepe; Miss A. Wills, blue figured satin; Miss S. Ogilvie, pink organdie fi...

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WARRENBAYNE [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938

WARRENBAYNE LAST Tuesday night at the War- renbayne Hall, the final of a series of 500 tournaments in aid of the school was held. There was a good attendance of players and a very en- joyable evening was spent. The win ners for the night were - Ladies, Mrs R Jenkyn; gents, Mr A James. The aggregate winners were Miss Z. Wil- lett and Mr E. Willett. At the con- clusion of the cards, Mr J. Crilly, president of the school committee,   thanked all for their patronage   throughout the series and said the school committee were now in a fin- ancial position, thanks to the gener- ous support of the district generally. A very tasty supper was served by the ladies. The music for the dance was provided by Messrs H. and R. Stow and A. and D. Welsh.

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"WE WILL REMEMBER THEM" THE A.I.F. AND VILLIERS PRETONNEUX. UNVEILING OF AUSTRALIAN MEMORIAL TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938

"WE WILL REMEMBER THEM"' . THE A.I.F.- AND VILLIERS. PRETONNEUX. UNVEILING OF AUSTRALIAN. MEMORIAL TO-DAY. , 0 ON the plateau of Vllllers-Blreton neux to*day will be enacted a n ceremony which will consecrate that nt ground forever 'as the scon and now a the memorial, of one of the greatest * achievements of the Australian Im . porlal Forces abroad. .h Villiers-B3retonneux, It may be t* claimed, was the vital battle carried out by. the A.I.F., which gave now hope to the Allied forces which were to staggering under . the tremendous p. power of the German offensive which Ir had been lhunched 'on 21st March, h 1918. 1. The events leading up to Villiers o0 Bretonneux were intensely dramatic. 'y On the day of 24Ith March, 19118, Australian Divisions were electrifed a by the news that the . Germans had t crossed the Somme south of Peronne, - and, on the following day,. that they had reached the old Somme battle '0 field. rl WHAT OF POZIERES ? TI 'Ih ridge that had cost the A.T.P. dearly '...

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RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938

RIFLE SHOOTING T11E Benalla Ri1e Club hold the final shoot for tho club 'trophy over the three ranges on .Saturday last.. This resulted In a very, closo finish, only one point seoparating first and asecond. It. Rodpath 'was the winner, from II.' V. Smith. with I. Gray. third. llesults withl host fivo shoots to count ape as follow: R. Redpath. 105, 101.7, 103.4, 100.4, 990.1. Total, 512.6.. H. V. Smith, 105, 103.5, 102.6, 101.6, 990.8.-512.5. I. Bray, 105, 104.4, 103.5, 99, 90.8 508.7. 11. Lane, 105, 103.3 100.8: 100.8, 07.5, -507.2. A.. L. 'Guppy.'.102.5, 102.1;. 00.7, 08.3, IResults .oftilnal shot: : , 300"500 o00; l-cp. Ttl. T., Stopicnsg; .433 -.2x'2 X8.1.100.1 R 'Reodlpath . 31, 34 -:31 .3.1 00.1 ? HIammond ., 35 34 206 .r';4: 101.4 H. V. smnith': .33 32.20 4.8 00.8 H. Lane .. .. 32 34 .28 3.5 07.5 A. L. .Guppy .. 30 33 20 7.3 08.3 L. Gray .. ,, 2 A 3 BT 014 p.4

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MISS MARJORIE M'KENZIE MARRIED AT MARYBOROUGH [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938

MISS MARJORIE M'KENZIE MARRIED AT MARY BOROUGH TIIURSDAY afternoon, Juno 16, St. .Andrew's Prcsbyterlan Church, llaryborough, was thd scen'e of a very; pr:i.etty wedding, the contracting' par ties. being Mr David Douglan Oreene, second son of Senator J.' Ni Greenb;;of County' TKldare, Irolanrd--a .ionimbor representing agricultural. firiterdst. in the. lrish Freo State Pa?ilanient'-and Mrs Greenc-they mide thils:vlslt to Australia expressly to hlioprbeont at their. son's marriage-andl Mi??s Mar !torfe ,llller McKenzic,: only daughter and surviving memnhot of. the family' of Mr D. If. McCen'zl'-. (mannging director of the Mfaryhoi'otiih: Knitting Millst) and Mlirs '?cKunzal. VfCrim bridge Street, Maryborough, n'd frl°? morly of Beilail:, 'f whllih nhlce MIIRn MlpT~Ken Is a native. The rloe monv' was perforiero.d thehi rhv. WV. O." Finch (minister if" tih?' c',nrrge), assinted by 'Iev. II. A. Erskinoe (tle immediate . former minister for. a period of 25 years);' As tih brhle, on the a...

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GOLF BALL AT SWANPOOL TO ASSIST BUILDING FUND [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938

GOLF BALL AT SWAN POOL TO ASSIST BUILDING FUND: Visitors for Benalla, Warren b?ayde and Molytillah were present 'at.Swaripool;:on Thursday :: evenlri? of last:; week, when - an r, nijovable dance wais held;'to raise ".';fun s fpr :th neow .goltf and toe-.; flu club house The hall w effectively;' decorated with `multi-colored streioamnors and balloons- On tho' front of the stag., were fo?l largo lposters which created grens t Interest. These were the work of nMiss It,.' awley.: Tho novelty dances went off wi th a swi ng, and dcased much anilsonimcnt, Mr R. New nnn ,mailni a Caliable M.C. A. very iasty supper was provided, liy the ladles of-:the golf and tennis rliubs, anil the .thanks n. the lcommlt ?ce go to all. who helped to make the night such it' success. Among those prelsnt 'were:- . lira T. Clarlke, blau ik nnd creopo 'is r'; Murray, bIlack lace iMrs V IV eaney,' blue printed satin Mras Gcod Olnlnvan, black velvet 'rsa Matloeson, blalck satin Mrs HTayes, black ninon Mrs Brenil...

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NEW GOLF COURSE AT BROKEN CREEK OFFICIALLY OPENED BY CR. H. H. WALLACE. LARGE GATHERING ON SATURDAY LAST. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938

NEW GOLF .COURSE AT :. BROKEN CREEK ; r OFFICIALLY OPENED B1CR.'Ii. H. WALLACE. ,,, , 'LARGE GATHERING ON SATUR; DAY LAST., in?0,.ia HE now golf course recently :lid T down' at Broken Creek wn,?sto' - dnly' opened on Saturday. iasn by the president., Cr. :IH.. H. Wallace, hin the presence of a lirge gathering. Cr. Wallace thanked' Mr W. II. Splnks for, making his property available to the club and extended a warm welcome to all visitors. He officially declared the links open for play. and called on 1Mr AT. G. B. Neadows'to play "the first ball. Mir Meadows acknowledged the wel come on behalf of the Goomallbee visitors, and Mr J. Gilbert did like wise for golfers from Devenlsh. A tasty afternoon tea was served by the ladles. During the afternoon Canadian four comes were played, the winners be Ing Nrs Johnston (Devenlsh) and E. Ilam (Goorambat). Trophles were donated by Cr. If. Wallace arnd BIr B1 rlggs. o , Leading cards returned wcrp: -Mrs E. Martin and J. Gilbert, ;7, Mrs' Reld and...

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Another of Benalla's Little-known Beauty Spots [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938

Another.- of Benalla's Little-known Beauty Spots t, w Vistas of uinexpected be?utity-rprise theeye on a ramble`along' the environs of the 'Broken River. This view typifies the tranquility of the Australian rural scene.

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PROFIT OF £230 FROM RECENT AIR PAGEANT TO BE DIVIDED BETWEEN THREE ORGANISATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938

PROFIT OF £230 FROM RECENT AIR PAGEANT TO BE DIVIDED BETWEEN THREE ORGANISATIONS., Three local organisations, viz., :ithe Memorial ,Hall - Fund, the R.S.S.I.L.A. 'Distressed Sdldiers' Fuid, and the Bush Nursing Hos pital, will participate in ,a profit of £230 which 'resulted from the recent -air "pageant. "'This very satisfactory financial "osition was revealed at a meeting of the com mittee hold on Thursday evening 'of. last'week.' The presldent (Mr 0. Nason) was In the chair; and there was a good at tenrdance of member. " Accounts totalling £173/6/7 were passed for payment, Mr GC. T. Say gave notice that he would move atnext meeting that the prollit. be. distributed ans: follows:--fiU each .to. the Distressed. Digger,' Fund and the lBush Nursing IIospilI, and the balance to the Memorial Haill Fund. Correspondence. was read froml the Bonalla Shire Council thanking the committee for the mannler In which the pageant had been carried sout; from .Captain ?. C. Johnston, Comp troller-Oe...

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