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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938
. KEEP IN -TUNE WITH THE TIMES FOR'THE : COMING BALLS' HAVE YOUR HAIR PERMANENTLY WAVED AT "SAY[I" SALON PRICE--ENDS FROM 15/; FULL HEAD FROMF £1/1/. ' "SAYETTE SALON," Nunn $Street,: Benaa': - Phone 443. o r aNpý Alt!I` nl!!PIAIpIQ.M!ig!;m lplninm mnlljtliplAlNgllbllll im i SPECIAL SHEEP SALE DECIDED RISE IN PRICES. ?OURI:l. '& TIIEWLIS and The Commonwealth Wool and Produce Co. Ltd. report having held a special aolo of sheep at l3onallr Corporatlln Yards lnst Friday, 24th ,lJui. The very welcome rain, although lln pleasant, affected the attendance of buyers, although' outsiders were present from Yea, Yarrawonga, St. James, Mouhtmneln and ltroadford, and the surrounding -districts. The yarding of sheep, on account of the rain, Iwas also consilderably onualler than, expected. Prlces to good rem petition showed a very decided rise. Comeback owes, f.m., 95 per cent. lambs at toot, made 21/2: mixed aged chb ewe, In,-lamb, 14/4; firt cross wethers, risln'" 2 years, 20/: cih wocth...
AUSTRALIA'S CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS IN THE LIGHT CAR FIELD. DKW THE LITTLE WONDER. The Car that 100 Makers Are Wishing They Thought of First. Now See it and Ask for a Demonstration Run. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938
AUSTRALIA'S: CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS IN THE LIGHT CAR'FIELD:.: DKW THE LITTLE WONDER.. " The Car that 100 Makers Are;Wishing They Thought of-First. 'Now See it and Ask for a' Demon stration Run. IN the deserts of '':Africa, in the Jungles of South America, In the tropical heat of India, and in freezling northern Europe, D.K.W's are giving greater safety and economy, greater performance, comfort and reliability to hlundreds of thousands of delightful owners. With this reputation be-' hind it as an Introduction, the DKW now comes to Beinalla to take its righful place as champion of cham pions in the small car field. DKW torsion-proof central box frame, floating rear axle and indepen dent front double springs, 'combined with instantaneously responsive front wheel drive and the extraordinarily low centre of gravity gives a margin of safety and road holding ability without parallel in any car elsewhere near its size. 40 to 50 miles per gal ion, only five moving t parts ,.to the engine. anl...
GOOMALIBEE HOSPITAL CONCERT A FINANCIAL AND SOCIAL SUCCESS. £10 PROFIT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938
GOOMALIBEE 'HOSPITAL CONCERT A FINANCIAL AND SOCIAL SUCCESS. £10 PROFIT. ON Wedneuldy night of last week Ithe annual concert aind dance in aid of the Wfnngraltia Cololunityll Iloplltal was a splendidl ncceen, alnd LIking Into accoulnt coulnter attralc tionu, and the extremely cold and threntoening night, was ahead of thile conmmltttoo' mont sanglone expOcta-' tInsIH. The splendid alttendlance casiule fronl long dlltances, the whole Htur roundingr districts andr Ilonalla being well repreoanted. 'The great bulk of the work of orgllnisng the affair fell on the shoulders of the preldeont, AMr D. WV. Hlenney, nod the Recretary. Mr '. lallintlno. 'IThey had a willing hand of helper' dl'lring the night, and everything imtoned off without a hitch. Thie Iadie an uHunl, were to the fore With a splendid supirly of refrebll o1unts which wereo hnded round Iby willing |helpers, thUe nise 11ot te alnd coffeeo oeing very much enjoyed by nil. Cr. 'P. i'Hi. Conk (shire prolndent) wa tilhe applinlllte...
Hume Weir SIDELIGHTS AND FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938
Hume Weir - SIDELIGHTS AND FIGURES.. SHow little Is known and apprect 'ated of the beauty of this great river, o Alustralla's Amazon, its leafy em bankmonts unfoldlng surprising, vis tas of bushland as It meanders peace fully along its tortuous course from the upland snows .of the Alps to the glorious climatesi of the Murray Val ley along *to Renmark. : :At Echuca, Nyah and Mildura. and Swan Hill In Victoria, may be seen the glories, of Sthe citrus groves and vineyards, and In between,;' the. thick entanglement 0 of the Mallce and the deserts flanking the Mturray just west of Mlldura un til the undulatioris of , South -Aus tralia's' garden is reached. - ' Probably .the most Impressive fea :ture of the . whole' narrative and works.which it described was the un dceasing attention to -detail 'Involved in the constructions. The men who conceived the Murray River project and the engineers who supervised it and men who carried out the labors Involved have truly erected their own o0 memori...
C.W.A. YOUNGER SET CHARITY BALL ON JULY 18th. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938
C:W.A. YOUNGER SET CHARITY BALL ON JULY 18th. A MEErTINa of the liennlln C.\V.A. Younger Set Iwan held on Monday IntHL ndli wis largely ntlitendeul. Mise Joyce .fackHon, the Ptreeldent, wIH In .the chair. TwJ'ou now Inembere--TIeeHH .lean VWebster and Vern Dlrummmnululd--w?ere elected to the executlve committee. AlIH C. Arno'ltt reported on the Younger Sete"tH' ann o al conference In Melh oIrne. Arrangemente were muullu for the forthcotming ChUllrity lall to he held on Jullly 18th. L wa n'egreedl t.o hold in duce i r.' Ing AtIgust to nItIot in twh o membInolers, Ing Auigult to aoenlt thle two membOer Mnllee Ci. Stunic. ei .1. Juachon., 1who are comupeting Ill the PopulaLr itrl compllletition.
High School Notes BENALLA V. SHEPPARTON. HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938
High School Notes BENALLA V.- SHEPPARTON. HOCKEY.. played on tide ovaL The Shepparton "A very- evenly contested,.game was team, although" young and inexperl enced, played very well but were un able to break through the Benalla defence. In the ilrst half honors were even, neither side 'scoring. After the change Benalla had the advantage of the drier end and made several;efforts to pcore. In stgpping one' of these shots the, Shepparton goalie failed; to free the ball from .her pads and a penalty bully vwai given from' which, Lorna Amos' (Benalla) .scored' the only goal of the match. This is the first time Benalla has beaten Shep parton at hockey for nine years. . ... DEBATE. 1A team of three debaters from each school debated the question: 'That hospitals slhoild .be nmaintained. by a hospital tax instead of as at present. The adjudlecator, Mr S. C. Layton. gavi the verdict by 2 points to Shop parton. The debate, which was 'lis tened to by the assembled school, was very interesting , a...
FOOTBALL TATONG-THOONA LEAGUE. DRAW FOR SEASON 1938. July 2. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938
FOOTBALL TATONGTH OONA LEAGUE. ,: DRAW FOR SEASON 1938. uly 2 11,A Blacks V. Glenrowan .:.,Vlolet, Towvn, V. Totong UrThoona. -bye. : ";` y-Tatong v. Thoona Vlolet Town v. Olenrowan . All Blacks, bye. July' 16. Thoona v. All Blicks. Olonrowan v. Tatong VIolet Town. bye. July 23. Olonrowan v. Thoona All Blacks v. Violet Town Tatong, -bye. July 30. All Blacks v. Tatong Violet' Town v. Thoona Olenrowan, bye August'6. Olenrowan v. All Blacks Tatong V. Violet Town Thoona bye.. August: 13. Thoona v. Tatong , lenrowan v. -Violet Town All Blacks, 'bye?o August 20. All Blacks' v.' Thoona " Tatong V. Olenrowan Vlolet Town, bye. August 27.. . Violet Town v. All Blacks. Tatong, bye. Thoona v. Olenrowan
ELECTRICITY MAKES BEES BUSIER [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938
ELECTRICITY MAKES BEES BUSIER'. A CCORDING to an English, Journal the widest use of , electricity on any farm in England, and possibly in the world, is made on a 600 acre farm near East iOrlnstend. Each bee hive on the farm has an electrically warmed and lighted chamber, which causes the bees to start worl -earlier In the year. As a result it :is reck oned that each lhive produced an extra 17 lbhs. of honey each season. A.speclal clock In the hen house turns on first dim and then bright lights in winter time, producing artificial sunrise an hour or more before the real one takes place. This device has caused considerable increase in egg produc tion. horses and ponies on the farm are groomed by an electrical machine which brushes, curry-combsl and vacuum 'cleanns thdm. Electrical power is also used for milking, Inca hating, hay drying. Insect destruction and ploughing on this ultra-modern farm.
PENNANT GOLF BENALLA DEFEATS VIOLET TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938
PENNANT GOLF" BENALLA DEFEATS VIOLET TOWN. r.MIT1 first round of pennnnt golt, was played on Tuesday last,' when Benalln journeyed to Violet Town, where they defented the home team. Rtesults:-Miss MI. O'Shea lost to Mrs Strone, I down at 19th; Mrs WVllkinson d. Mrs Farley, 2 up; Minss l. King d. Mrs Bales, 5 tip; Mrs Stephens d. Mrs Wilson, 5 up; Mrs Nason d. Mrs Tatterson, S up.
STRAYING CATTLE ILLEGAL INTERFERENCE BY OWNER. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938
STRAYING CATTLE ILLEGAL INTERFERENCE BY OWNER,.. A the.o onalla court on Monday . la~st,. 'lrnest A. ? Knight, pleaded guilty to 'a chairgo of i'llgally, interr fering with cattle olized.by. the Shire Codihcil's herdsman. : ' ..The bench: waw occupied, by Moesrs J. Serpoll nard T. F. Harrison J's.P.; •Mr 'Nell I. MNlcol. appeared' for the Informant,?and Mr ,Alan- ulussell for the' defendant.' , . .James Reardon, assistant hordsman employed by the, Bonall:, Shire Coun cill, gave evidenceethat.jon,.12th. June hoe found nine. head of,,cattlo in Mar ket"Street with no onolin charge. I-Heo rounded,:them. up, and .wasn; taking them" to the pound. when .defendant intercepted,, him and ". pclking' ,Up .a ltick started to drive the cows. away. He warned.Knight ;.that.,,he .would priosecute him if. he Interfered:- with the cows. The.cowas broke away..,; Mr. Russell in making;a splea; for leniency, said that defendant:had had the cows depasturcd . at. Winton, but owing, to the . dry . conditio...
UNIQUE MURDER MYSTERY AT BENALLA TALKIES, SATURDAY AND MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938
UNIQUE MURDER. MYS ..TERY AT BENALLA TALKIES, SATUR DAYY AND MONDAY. ADOPTINO a: chniquec of story construction that Is enitlroly nw. on the ecreen, Metro Goldwyn Mayer Introduces a- novel pictirei'In ""Night Must' Fall." The film is a daring.venture in the production field, but. even. more ex perimental for Robert",Montgomery who deliberately chose to drop his ac customed herolc roles for..the:charac terisation of a patholgilcal'k ller.' His per formance is remarkable from every standpoint. '" , ': ' " There' is no element of mystery .in the"narrative. It I' the peculiarly effective account of a youth whose mind Is bent on crime.:' The?situation is complicated by the romance' be tween' him and Rosalind Russell as a girl' who finds herself in the unenvi able position of loving . a·mani whom 'she lriows to be bad. The background of the story is a country carnival and a small' hotel, where most of the action scores. Hunt Stronberg produced the film with Richard Thorpe directing. An id...
Publications Received [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938
Publications_ Reciv d 'Mother and .Home,"' May number contains two'-dellghtful Mabol IAudle Attwell plotures and a ,12 -page :free gift hbook "'IHomoe Dressmnaking,': also two free patterns to make. acharming dress for mother and twoI dellghtful dresses for a girl of 5-6 years.. Special 'Patterns.-Marous Adams and his little peoploe-speclal; artlile glving a peeop, into the famouse studio; by. Olga Ilnerr F . . Balloy-"I'd like very .Womane to Know,"-furnishing ahtlcles,'? Mothorcraft.-Special -articles , by Nurse .Browno' on !'The . ups .and downs of the kiddies." Instructions for .,knlttingi a' swdet littloi dress for ;a ohild, of 8 4. years and to make a, charming cardigan and vrest-front'sto flt. ". Cookery, 1ibeauty,: ,flctioni; First chapters :of a-4.?omantic novel; :.'Clear as tho:e unl byý'Murlo ine,r -and'two siprt torle L, :r :
BALL AT DEVENISH C.E.G.S. HOLD SECOND ANNUAL FUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938
BALL AT DEVENISH T' CE.G. HOLD SECOND ANNUAL FUNCTION. .t - ' ' H'EH 1ib?ornlan all:, Devenish, on n ". Tucsday, '21st June, .was a scene oof' gaiety, when the'." C.E.G.S. held d their second n anual ball. .On enter g'ing thohall onh could not but remark .o on, how like a ,floral' garden: the dec Srations; res fAbled. Thehbody of the . 'halI.wasatost artlstlcally decorated. F.&lt;_: it~l!, ttlco extending over the ce.lling, and wlstaria trailing and fal Y ling through at intervals. :The stage - was a, latticed archway, with wistaria a' trailing through also, and boughs 'of pink and white peach blossom In the o background. Along the front of the stage was a bank of pink and white roses Intertwined-. with fern.' The II initials G.E.C.S. 'donei 'n ' silver,. wasn Ic the finishing touch. a Dancing commenced at 8.30 p.m., when a large number= was present. Militia Boys' Orchestra from Wan :1 garatta, provided very pleasing music Sand lMrT. McCalluma n M.C. kept.tho d dancing in fu...
WARRENBAYNE GOLF TOURNAMENT FOR POPULAR GIRL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938
WARRENBAYNE':'? GOLF, TOURNAMENT FOR POPULAR GIRL These popular links wiill bhe the venue of an open tournament, on Sun day next. '12 holes: singles events will be staged for both ladiesaind men and trophles have been donated" by the club, president. :Mr C. Price, and Mr J. Wardle.': The procoens ,ill be deo voted to the funda Of. the Warren. bayne nominat(gn in the Popular Girl Quest. (Miss Dot James).' Cards may be taken out at 1/ each and a request is made for players to be on the course early as a largoe crowd is ex pected. The rains have put the fair waysi'n I great :order. and this, makes golfing: at "Warrenbayno. a pleasure. Visitors will be- catered for by the provision of hot.water at ? the club hoose. ""
STEWARTON NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938
STEWARTON NEWS Emerging from their lairs along the banks of the . river, foxes have figured in a series of maraudlng ralds; resulting in the deaths of many lambs. playing In the Tungamlah-St; James basRett ball competition on Saturday. Boxwood 19 goals defeated Stewarton 14 goals. ;- , ' * ' :
OLDEST CRICKETER AND OLDEST PLAYER MR T. P. CORBOY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938
OLDEST CRICKETER AND OLDEST PLAYER MR T. P. CORBOY. SI'PSAIKING at th1o nnual (innor of thelli llonnalt lnd D)litrict Cricket AHsclottlon, 'l"ir A. (C. itrown, Hocrlo tory, lthidl it ((wn(( tIonInIig to Ihve with them Alr I'. P. Corhoy, who woe the roldhot crickeler nil oldlimt player in the dlItriht. lih.., now 7t y(ears of ago. M?|r Coro.y H lo olwnyn ben II kn i?t' follower of that "graod old an "llio" ti ) l(nnny termll1 it. Iandl IIoI playil cricket, for (i66 yearn and till I lays In the HAnom Hporting oilirit which Is chlll teri.tol tl l hil folr ( HII , who Piny in the Ilenrllln atind District Ao OlOlitlitn. fc? lat the most piromlning riclketer of hio onesl, havhng gtlincdl tihe boHL tollling and Idiowlling aveorarto of the Stlowartron club two yearn ago. Chatting with a rp'l|roeenttive of the "InIgn," AMr l'orhby recelled the Any o(f early cricket in lho distrlet andcl when Stewrtrlln pittlynld in the Iox forCet. Ili h11 that It wnH in the dy( o(f trh Ilato Igdwnrd Quinn an...
WATER BORING INTERESTING DATA MADE AVAILABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938
WATER BORING INTERESTING DATA MADE AVAILABLE. T the last meeting of the 3onalla W\ater Trust, a discusslon took place on the posslbilitles of providing a good water supply for lienalla.'The engineer stated that the boring for water would not prove satisfactory as It was not possible to secure more than 2000 gallons per hour. The following facts and filglrbs, supplied by the Southern States Drll ling Co., of Melbourne, of which Air J. Trewln ii the local agent, published hereunder concerning operations ear-I rled out elsewhere and the results ob. talned therefrom: ' In America 40 pPdr cent. of the en tire population Is dependent wholly or In part upon underground water supplies and ninny of the towns thus supplied would be at' least fifty times the size of Ilentlla. Drilling engineers harve Improved the technique of water supply develop ment In asun or gravel veins to the extent that it Is now common rnctilce to obtain yields of tip to 100,000 gal lons per hour contlnulOlly from one ...