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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938

I . . . . A FOUR-VALVE instrument with remareabte perform. Sante, this Radioplayor has an outstanding range of of features. It is moderately priced, too, and easy terms are, of course, available. Hoar it at your nearest Accredited Philips Retailer's store. List prico, 26 gns. Complete with battoeries AM BROSE DOXEY BRIDGE STREET, BENALLA. Phone 448. Watts,Turnbull & Co STOCK, LAND AND FINANCIAL AGENTS HEAD OFFICE: BENALLA. BRANCHES.-Wangaratta, Ruthorglen, Dloktieo St." James. Devonleh,iViolat Town, Euroa, Yea and Mansfield. :Stock Sales anin conducted at Yarck, itrathhoeglo, Ruffty. Brilmin; BonnlorDoon and Longwooed. T.. AGENTS FOR : S The Famous "Cooper's Dip" (Manufactured in Aus tralia). The Cu ator of Estates of Deceased Persons. The Cotnmercial Union Fire Assucance Co. Ltd. London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, and Finance Company. . Sub Agents for Australian Mutual Provident Society. Trucking Agents for Watts, Turnbull and Co.. Melbourne. .We also have a big ...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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MOLYULLAH [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938

MOLYULLAH ITAMBAINa ? i In full swing at AMoly illuh. Crops are looking much beotter since the recent rains, when over two inches were recorded.

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938

' `?au ruou lleIIn f lultllnlqalluli ul lUlll lulu llnulu um llllHI Nill ':.'SHIVER MY. TIMBER 'S-AN OLD SEA SAYING.?' Don't You Shiver this Winter in a Draughty House. LINE OUT THAT ROOM WITH TERRETT'S FIBRO PLASTER SPECIFY AND USE TERRETT'S TIMBER Phone: Works, 33,7. Phone: Private, 382. a, l lull i nl l!J if i llullifti l llll1lll f i :ll lklllCllIIll uI If illlillIIllult )lllllilllltIIIIIIIIIJI rIninflulutllllfl lululll ffinll llllll lllllltI For Your Supplies of Fodder Etc. EVANS GRAIN AND PRODUCE: COY. Carrier Street, Benalla PHONE:-DAY OR NIGHT, 32. WINTER %OT Sfrom c.ox p oS --So smart... so ood looking.. .. so decidedly well model Of all wool fancy coating; this style has a stitched back and sleeves, new shoulders, and a flattering collar and revers of lapin fur. Black, navy and brown are In S..W., S.W., W., SOS., and O.S. fittings. Pric? . ? ......... NO DEPOSIT -2/6' WEEKLY ' /r r WE E KLY Whit weruaa s and olyei 2/6 seekly wil the only extra charge for the use of easy te...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938

Illustrated is a seaplane after a catapult launch tion shows the plane deck of the Saratoga,' - FIREZONE IS ADDED . TO., GOLDEN. FLEECE PETROLS AT NO EXTRA COST! Firesoned Golden Fleece Petrls are the ONLY spirits, Firesoned to provide constant, efficient lubrication to 'the upper cylinder areas. For greater power-longer mnlleage-emntoother opera tion and reduced engine wear, fill up from the hue and Yellow Pumps AT NO EXTRA COST. -OBTAINABLE AT: SYDFORD MOTORS C. HEARD'S Save FnAqlre Wea GEO. DIGGLE FUNERAL DIRECTOR BRIDGE AND SMYTHE STREETS, BENALLA. (Head Offce for the North-Eastern District) Under management of r'r :N. Todd. assisted by :Ar . Percy Clancy. PHONE --Benallia')19. * We are prepared to conductr Funerals at the most. reason able prices, having every class of casket in stock. 'Hearse and, Coaches on the premises. By manufacturing our 'own 'goods and having an organi sation covering the State. we are in a position to quote lower than any other, firm.' Funerals arranged...

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DEAD MAN VERY MUCH ALIVE COMEDY AND TRAGEDY. BENALLA RESIDENTS CHIEF ACTORS IN CASE OF MISTAKEN IDENTITY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938

DEAD MAN VERY MUCH ALIVE COMEDY AND TRAGEDY. BENALLA RESIDENTS CHIEF ACTORS IN CASE OF MISTAKEN IDENTITY. An extraordinary case of mis taken identity took a Bonalla man to Melbourne on Saturday, complete with hoarse and undor. taker, to bring back and bury the body of a .,rolativen But the hoarse romained omply, far. the dead relative was very much alive in a Melbourne suburb. .As Mark Twain would have common cod the report of his death was grossly exaggerated I A bout molnt.h lgo. i'h ChIitlleo llIIaln, of CelIl SLtreet, 1lennlla, l Iqe Ilred f?rnemol', left In i hIldly, ot the time of hil dell Irltre, hirlnl llin?(r I in w,,h1ther h) Io t) Tollhourno or nln alddress. 1 Lhllt l'I00.l( oIherrrt lenltg Ihia wIfl e No lotter lihad lioon recilverl. nl in the I'ress on "l'lh'rlny. Mrs ,1hIwIon was dIlelord hy thill' e11 lll n lllllnlf if iobly whihh lunl been Iaien fruin thlo I'Yrlla wliere It ihadltlIl Il'rltintly hln imn orL I'l Io?11 ir tIIm hIr'. It litedl h1or hI sllln, il, clselyl...

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Benalla Racing Club Holds June Meeting ODDS ON FAVORITE DEFEATED IN JUNE HANDICAP [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938

Benalla uRacing Club IHolds June Meeting ODDSON FAVORITE DEFEATED IN JUNE HANDICAP PFo the first time for many "yearL the Benall Racing Club held 'a June meeting, which was held on Tuesday last. As this was the only meeting in Victoria on that day, it was thought that the program would attract big fields. This did not prove th' case, for In addition to small fields in some of the races, the' t tendance was 'poor. The inclem ant weather had, no doubt, affec ted the gathering; for ' itr Was". noticed that only keen followers of the sport were present. The president, Mr I. Johnston, and eccretary, Mr L. C. Nell, had the na. slstance of a.strong committee ,whilst the..Jidge .'Mr B. '-Murphy,:wlth hlr aslastarit, Mr T. Symons; gave' every STHE RACING, i",, The"flrat race of the day' the £ Enco'rage. Handicap drew a field of five starters and the favorite,`: Tidylus, opened, the ibtt-irg at evens: ;He re calved inuchi support. and; "the price shortened to' r to 4 on, with "'Lucky 3ill. ne...

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Benalla Cricket Association PRESENTATION OF E. F. CLEARY SHIELD SILVER MOUNTED BALL PRESENTED TO TED CLEARY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938

Benalla Cricket Association PRESENTATION OFI E. F. CLEARY SHIELD SILVER MOUNTED BALL PRESENTED TO TED CLEARY.. . They:annual dinner of.the Benalla and District -Cricket Assocla tion which was held at the Victoria Hotel.on Saturday ?:evning last, waoe preilded over by Mr E. E. Carter, president. The dinner - wee held in honor of the premiership winners, Benalla and Stewarton. In making the presentation of the E. F. Cleary shield, the president said that it wase .fitting that the- captain of the "AA" section, .'Ted Cleary, should be the recipient of hie father's memorial ehield. Ted,, who took 99 wickets and scored 946 rune, -was also: presented with a mounted ball on behalf of his club mates. The gathering was representative of all clubs In the. Association, and the ,. president, after saying a few, words of welcome, said that. speeches would 'be brir as the Test cricket was on and he jocularly remarked that he felt that thoe Englishmen would be got out before they'were out of the ro...

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GOLF. BENALLA CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938

"-:': i rBEf' NALLA f .CLUB. :I On Saturday last members of Ben alla Golf Club played ':a 'men's :our S;atl bogey competition.. The winners wro'A. E. Stephens and T. V. Cowan I'. with a scoro of 7 up; Other cards returned .were: .6 up,=R. J. Murray... and A;' E. Forbes ' S up--D. Rellly and E. R. Rickards, C. Webster and TV. Steel, S. Thomas and C. Perrin.. 4 up-NR, Wilkinson and -M. Lind say . T. T Clarke and T. T. Clarke (Junr), L.?Ledger and N. McNicol. '.,3 up--Rev. Wilkinson and G. Hall, S. B. Mellor and Alt Urbahans. A. Thompson and N. Edgar. :2 up.-C. Elvish and A. Scholes, ,O. Oliver and L. Sayers. +'1 up.-L. Boyco and G. Cowan. Square.-C. Cummlng anil J. alvin. ,I down.-E. E. Carter'and E. Blair, F. Harrison and T. La Peyre. :2 down.-J. Carter and A. C. Brown. W. Carthew and I1. McCardel. 3 down:-D. Leonard and R. i . Thomson. -6 down.-D.: McKenzeo and W. II. MlcNeilly. ?'.' To-morrow's Event. t S'.To-morrow a stroke handicap for men will be held on' the Benalla links, aind...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938

NELSON'S BOOTERY (OPP. O. GILPIN'S) Bridge Street, . Benalla Huge Stocktaking Sale of BOOTS AND SHOES BE EARLY FOR THESE BARGAIN LINES 'A LIMITED QUANTITY OF EVENING SHOES IN BLACK VELVET AND WHITE VELVET. USUALLY SOLD AT 12/9,,TO CLEAR AT 6/11. SILVER AND GOLD SANDALS TO CLEAR AT 10/9. .'LADIES' FASHIONABLE SHOES IN, BROWN AND BLACK, COURTS AND TIES. USUALLY ,r12/6:S AND .13/9,"TO CLEAR AT 8/11 AND 9/11.' LADIES' GENUINE PUMP SOLE SHOES . USUALLY "17/9-AND 16/9,. TO CLEAR AT 10/6. MEN'SGOLF. SHOES. USUALLY- SOLD- AT ? 19/6 AND 25/,-TO CLEAR AT 15/11 ,A; TABLE:,FULL OF ODDMENTS IN CHILDREN'S SHOES TO CLEAR AT 5/11. THESE ARE A FEW OF THE BARGAINS- AND THERE ARE PLENTY OF OTHERS 10 per, cent. Discount off all Lines in Stock. rAND THE MAN ON THE LAND p; - ?- ? ?? ":_? ?¼ - ~=- ~ '''" ._ . . . .. -- - .... -, -. .- =. ..', ,, .ý',-_- ,rt THE MAN ,ON THE LAND benefits to the extent .of hundreds of thousands of pounds annually through the enterprise of the Carlton & United Brewer...

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LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938

LOCAL & .GENERAL FOOTBALLERS' DANCE AT THOONA.-Continuing the .series of fortnightly dances at the Thoona Public Hall, the Thoona Football Club, on Saturday night again met with success. Although the weather was really only fit for staying in front of the fire and listening" In to, *the test match, quite a large crowd of people had a jolly night, dancing-l being thoroughly enjoyed by all ito excellent music provided by Alssruy A. Carroll, ,L. Priestly and C. I-leary. A novelty event was won by Mfr F.4 Conway. MAr I. Heery acted as M.C., and Messrs B. Warton and F. Conway attended.to the doors. Thoona Foot ball Club'is vesry pleased that the dances have become popular, and ex tend a cordial Invitation to all to go along and have a good night's fun. THOONA HALLL-Tho Thoona hall under the efforts of an energetic working bee, has taken on quite a snpl and span appearance. Already one coat of paint has been applied to the outside walls, and when the weather permits the finishing ...

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BENALLA RED CROSS FAIR BENALLA FAIR A HUGE SUCCESS. OVER £100 REALISED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938

BENALLA RED" CROSS S IUCCES6 . : OVER £100 REALISED. As a result of a combined effort by various town organisations, an amount well over £100 will be raised towards the £100,000 appeal which is boeing pade th'oughout the State by the Red .Cio.. Society. The fnlir which won held l' the Shire Hlail on TuenlHdy afternoon and, 'evening was. well attended, and steady businers wals done at tihe varllous talls. An 'mount or 1,0t wans tainken, and with iL nltumber of rnmolnts still outstandinngi, it is ex pected that about £110 will be real tned. The C.W.A. Younger Set held t dlance in thle Memoriall Hall on Tlluesday evening and with a perce?n tIog from this function, the total tak-. ings are expected trn he. in the vicinity of £120. Thin ashould Ie very sltisfac tory to the promoters, who workeb hard for ultimate success. OFFICIAL' OPENING 'BY SHIRE : PRESIDENT. The officinl opening ceremony wal 'performed by the Shiire Presrldlnt. Cr. T. a'l. Cook, who spokle on the object for which tile...

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PREMIERSHIP BALL AT STEWARTON [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938

PREMIERSHIP BALL AT' STEWARTON A GAY scene predominated at Stew Sarton on W•ednesday night, the occasion being the premiership hall held by the Cricket Club The E. F. Cleary memorial shield and a cup pre sented by the Benalla Cricket Aseo clation, occupied a prominent position in the hall. During'the evening capa were-pre sented to the members of the team by tile president, MAr T. P. Corboy aenr. Among the nldles present were: AMrs R. S, Davis, hall spot not Mrs T. P. Corboy. floral ninon Mrs C. Feldtmann, black romaine Mrs L. Corboy, floral satin Mill N. 1Cearney, black georgette, with sliver sequin trimmings Miss M . Splriggs, black velvet Miss M. Elliott. nhgdel creope Miss 13. Elliott, pink figured cro)o Miss J. Kennedy, pink nstin 0Atls I. De)dentald0, floral crepe Miss, U. Iloopcer, pink crepe Mtlss 1. IHooper, floral georgette Miss G. Ilarcourt, pink nmtnalason MIsH A. ItShrp, pilnk embossed taffeta Mics i. Call, eau do nil crepe do chino AMics N. O ll, blue lumncinen Miss M....

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TATONG-THOONA LEAGUE. TATONG 8-22, ALL BLACKS 10-10. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938

'TATONG THOONA LEAGUE. TATONG 8 22 ALL BLACKS 10.10. History, it is said;;'4 repeats 'Itself a`ind although football` achlevemenit may have no actual historical algnlft cance, it may be' recorded that Tatong and the AIll Blacks. have a flair for playhig ties; ."Saturday's: match`. out at Tatong 'recalled. that: in 1936 'these two teams tied twice in their. semi-final engage ment before the Blacks eventually Srgitored 'the greater score. rThehhighlight on Saturday was the homesters'" forward: inaccuracy. The attacking division had many oppor unities but the goals were very elue ive. ',As it turned out every behind was :valuable and when vital seconds were drifting on in the last quarter with the Blacks a point in front, Tat ong came forward right on the death knock' to score the twenty-second be hind.and thuse.'share the honors with the -Blacks. 'Winning the toss, Tatong made use of the wind to drive home a series of abttacks ;whlch yielded 8-7. Judgment 'in flight and kicking was ma...

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FOOTBALL BENALLA-TUNGAMAH LEAGUE FIRST ROUND COMPLETED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938

FOOTBALL. "BENALLA.TUNGAMAH LEAGUE FIRST ROUND COMPLETED. Tungamah, ,easily superior: to St. 'James on- Saturday;: finishes the first round at the top of the ladder, eight points ahead of the" field. Katamatite entered'the winning' list by defeating the second team, Yabba-Dookle, and 'It looks'as'though the fight for the final four will develop on interesting lines during the second round.' 'Kata matite's young side have, well deser ved their .success and should go on to further lau'rels now that they have secured the extra confidencethat vic tory begets;.:' The result of that: match and. the fact that Benalla only scraped home Ind the last quarter out at Devenlsh, Indicate that the second rdund will produce a general evening-up of .the sides. St. James, unfortunately were never In the hunt against Tungamah's strong finishing effort. Vith : the ex ception of Tungamah, In first place, the other positions In the final are yet in the bag. BENALLA 9-15, DEVENISH 7-13. Indifferent footba...

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PROPOSED ARTS AND CRAFTS SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938

PROPOSED ARTS AND CRAFTS SCHOOL A special meeting of the Ben- alla Shire Councill was held on Wednesday afternoon when it was decided to purchase two house properties in Barkly Street at a   cost of £1495 for the construction of an Arts and Crafts School at   Benalla. The chair :was occupied by the president, Cr. T. a'B. Cook,,and the othersl present weore Cre. T. HIanlon, C. Stolz, Bleske,Ingram, A. Harrison, W. MacGregor; F..A.- Cook; W.V. James, A. HI-eaney, M.:P. Cleary..; At the In ,vltatlon of the Council Messre J. G. Cannon (District . Inspector), L. . B. Garscn, headmaser of -Bonalla High School, and:W; Standish .were present. The secretary, HIr HR. J. Murray, pointed out that the Council had re ceived several offers for the purchaseo of land, amongst theose being Mr P. Bamford's dwelling for: £1000, and Mr J. Vallendor for £405, both of which adjoined one another and were op poslto the high School. Tle also mentioned a property In Salisbury Street ...

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Establishment of Arts and Craft School MINISTER FOR EDUCATION AND DIRECTOR VISIT BENALLA SIR JOHN HARRIS FAVORABLE TO SCHEME [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938

Sstablishinent of Arts and Craft School MINISTER FOR EDUCATION AND DIRECTOR VISIT: Mi ' . BENALLA ' 'i''SIR JOHN ''HARRIS `'FAVORABLE- TO SCHEME" Yesterday the Minister for Education (Sir John' Harris) and the Director of Education (Mr J. H. Seitz), made a apecial trip to Ben ealla to inspect the. two building blocks in Barkly Street ,opposite the .,.High School, which have been made available by. the Shire Council, for the purpose of establishing an Arts and Crafts School at Benalla. ,`After an inspection, Sir John Harris said that he was very favorable 'to .the site and althought he did not say definitely yesterday that the building would be erected, he indicated that he would go on with ,.the schemne. Before decision he stated that he wished to consult the Public Works Department and would reply within a month. SIR JOHN HARRIS, MINISTER FOR EDUCATION 11ri10 minister hidd I short alic with hlla Shire 'Proldent, Cr. T?. a'B. Cook, and. several memboer of he Council, ni will an MeOH...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938

PERSONAL. The death occurred last evening (Thursday) of Mrs Mellor, of Chil- tern, at the age of 88 years. De- ceased was the mother of Mrs H. B. Waller, of Benalla. John Campbell Grieve, of Docker Street, Wangaratta, Inspector of mines, who died on March 29, left by will dated March 27, 1936, real estate of a gross value of £960 and personal property of a gross value of £4,598 to his widow . Miss J.T. Harley, a member of the Tatong Dramatic Club, has left for New South Wales. The death has occurred of Mrs Sarah Jane Hayes, an old resident of Tungamah, aged 73 years. The may friends- ..of' Mr Jack Payne, of Molyullah, will regret to learn 'that he has returned to the   Wangaratta Hospital for treatment. Miss G. Crawford who has been teaching at the Molyullah school for the past , several years has received notice of transfer to Pakenham. Mrs Stradwick, (formerly Miss Evelyn Scholes) is holidaying with her sister, Miss Dot Scholes at Benalla. For about five years Evelyn,...

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YOUNGER SET ASSISTS RED CROSS APPEAL A GOOD PROFIT EXPECTED [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 July 1938

. YOUNGER SET ASSISTS RED, CROSS APPEAL' A GOOD PROFIT EXPECTED MEMBERS of Benalla's C.W.A;. 1younger' Set contributed largely towards the success.of the Benalla effort for, the Statewidl Red Cross appeal, when'they staged a very suc-. cessful dance, at, the, Memorial` Hall on Tuesday evening last -The` hall was attractively decorated " for the function and, the large' gathering testified to the popularity of dances held by the ,Younger Set The Minerva, Dance,, Band supplied. bright music whilst the ladies dis penned a tasty supper.; " During the ovening Mr Don McKen zie entertained with' selectlons on 'the bagPipes. whilst- r Mr Claude Wootten and Master Ron' McCricka-rd each gave a song and dance. All '-these   items were greatly enjoyed. The door prize was wonbyJHy lIud and a Monte Carlo danco'war won by. AlMsn Beryl Matthews ;and Mr, Ray Parkinson, of Wangaratta.r_", The prentlilent," Mic Jo-ycad Jacktson wore a frock of white h ..satin. 'Mianss Laura III1, the :ecr...

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BOURKE [?]HE [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938

BOURKE HE BOURKE &T I .ng the' ai lo the Bonallaw?ra lot Tuesday last; itid Ins offered a falrrya of usual attýndanttac lo few ouFksders a Ing battle shbowed a (d at firm rates, atalso advance on late , f to late rateas wlit re Wo quote: PAT TL] Prime lightwel hea sprlited bidding, £/ £8/7/6, £8, £7/171 ord £6/12/0 to £7; . small £2/13/; ch re I DAIRY TTI Cows in milk- 7/, £6/10/; springers £15 - . 81 P.: Our top for I,8t 28/2, others 27/8. 19, wethera, 24/; 24/ 24 owes,. 160/, 11i//l ?.l aged 14/:-best. 23 21/0, lighter 19/. 3- 1 Crosslred we rs wethers, 13/4,. 1/ as era 8/5. Best pork 40/1. I, pork 30/, 21 tee 2/: lips,1 14,

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CLEAR[?] SA[?] [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938

CLEAR Al ''obinson and 0 r conducted a cl an plant and saud n of Stowarton, : attendance of ' grazlers, and a nu aide buyers wern I Competition wa the prices rd cattle, £2/10/, II 4, to £7/5/; sheep, or rams joined, 14i wethcra 2, 4 and 1 aged B.L. ramsl 6 10/ to 12/. Ho D £8, £10, to £14; 11 £8/5/.

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