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Benalla [?] ROBINSON MO[?] [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
ROBIN MO ROBINSON & PS Ing held th market In the Yards on Tu tl TIe had a goo n sheep and the " tk There was a tend local trade an do I Devenloh and S e. was very keen 11 1 We can quote: 5AT? P. A good Yard. n "wothers and ex t a/o of Hlt B or' 29/1, b.osl,9 ; y crs, a/c Geo. 3 a, 22/ and 22/5, ubrc Nicholson, of of 23/0, 25/, 26/ to fa 17/, 23/ to 24/6. lam to /30. FAT. LE Weo had a dt draft of 25 p1lty Mr IH. J. ldney Lin These cattle' r Cily their quality aed ling to £12/17/0 and A tl ago of £12/6/6. pen chased by W.IL wit and one pen by Ox bourne. Other. , £1 68/14/ to 18/17/ t ci Moore, Mlolyullah, 14/ Brown, Lurg:to ; o 64/6/ to £6/17/1; ra, f6; choppers I bulls to £8/10/.:, DAIRY TL Only a IIght'` 13/13/, £4/10/ to A small -"sedjo pig 'pettlon on es 'lasi mnr get'r c e 25/0, 31/,/37/6 to : r4/16/; slips to
RIFLE MATCH 8th LIGHT HORSE DEFEAT RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
RIFLE MATCHV-., 8th LIGHT HORSE DEFEAT - .RIFLE CLUB.' A.. RIFLE match"was fired over 200 and 300 yards on Saturday last-by teams representing .'the' 8th' Light Horse Regiment' and ; Benallia ifle Club (service conditions). The 8th Light; Horse, won, as. the Rifle Club were '-rather,: caught, :napping. at the 200 yards' rnpge with elevation.? 'Fol lowing are "the details:- '" 8th. Light Horse Regiment. - ;-200 300' Ttl: Cpl: P. C. Leach.. . ' 37 '20 .57 W.O.,D. TA. Danson- .'38 10. -7A Cp:l. R' L T. Banfeld- ... 37~19 2 50 CpI. R. H.. Banfleld.. 3::' .3610 64 Sgt. B. 'Dgney . . 34 20 54 Tpr. H. .J. Peck: . ..' 37 16 8 331 Benilia Rfl Club A. L. GOupp . 83 18 "S1 C. Westacott'..' - . ;" '3i'' 17 .48 V. 'Smlthi -. " ' : .: - ,_?"' , .,20?. 10. 3"0-B$ :87 ThedAdjti' of the 8th Lifgt Horse, LIut;: B; Canning;. Presented a trophy to T. Stephens as .top scorer for the Rifle Club. This was donated by' Be??ill 8tl Light Horse Socll .Club.
UGLY MAN COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
UGLY MAN COMPETITION SLOWLY but surely, Mr Jim Noonan and Mr Tim Egan, are'decreaslng the lead that was estabhllshed In the early stages of the Ugly ,Man Com petition by Sub-Inspector (Sergeant) Kennedy. In approximately four ,weeks the competition will be concluded and the closing stages are, expected to reveal a very interesting and exciting finish. At this stage It Is Impossible to forecast the winner; but it Is believed that Air Noonan Is determined to win the .title and It will be necessary for the supporters of 'the other two can dildates to do all In their power to as slst them If they wish them .to finlsh In the leadlng-pqsltion. Votes are being sold at' one penny per vote, and all monies raised area In support of Miss Owen Stolz., one of the entrants in the Poiular Girl Quest now running to ralse? funds for the l3enalln Ambulance 'and MBush Nur sing Hospital. '
GOORAMBAT NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
GOORAMBAT" NEWS rHiE annual meeting of the Gooram baLt and District Schoolsl Sports Association is to be held In. the Goor ambat school on Friday, 15th July, at 8 p.m.. Delegates" comprise all teach ere and one member of each commit tee of the schools participating'In the sports.' Owing to the closure of the Major Plains school towards the end of 1937, It will be necessary to find a secretary to succeed Mr.J. St. Ellen, who filled the vacancy caused by the departure of Mr F. Qulgg.
CARNIVAL OF FUN [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
CARNIVA: L OF FUN: JNFORTUNATELY, ndverse wea ther conditions . prevented' .the Apex -Club from holdlnig their canrnl Val of fun on..the post omce .(vilage). green on the:last two Friday" rightsH; It is their intention, 'hoiwever to make "a very determined- effort to' lie there In full forcoe 'to-night'. with a bigger and better show 'than prevt ously. All monies raised' will blie d.eoted to the' support' of thelir popular girl, Mie! GOwen' Stolz, who is one, of the candidates In' the local Popular Girl Quest, Inaugurated to'rasoe funds for the iBenalla Ambulance -and Butsh juraing Hospital.' Ori next Friday night, 'Tuly- 15?. t1 : club have arranged a monster ?carnl val In the Memorial Hall, which iwill be the biggestof its kind ever held 'in Benalla. Full 'details will be pub lished in our next Issue.
BENALLA SHIRE RATES INCREASED PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
BENALLA SHIRE; RATESr INCREASED' PAYMENTS. The Shire Secretary (Zr ,1. J.. lury ray) has made avallalone a statement of rates collected up to 30th JUne laet: Com aretyl I~,th ~' the d.ioro6fihonding" Drloio for 1837, an Increase of £63 18/10 Is diclosed., Detailsl t ar is follows:-. " . 1937 1038' Dovenlsh £3109 7 0 £3070 15 1' Iolcoan , . £2579. 1 11 £2800 '10b Central .. £0?090 13 0 .£0718 8 4 Taiong .. £3000 190 £3545 1 8 Warrenba'ne £2458 8 3 £2469 3 3 Totals £18358 19 11 £f1800 18 9 The Devenlsn' riding paymnenrt showed a decrease of £02/12/4, whilst i decrease of £l115/17/8 was d'aclosed in the Tatong riding. Increnase in the other three ridllns were as follow?I Mfokoan £120/18/0; 'Central, £127/16/4;: VVarrenbayie, '£13/17/.'
FOOD PRICES BIG INCREASE SINCE 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
SFOOD PRICES. BIG INGREASE: SNCE 1914:" A TABILE.prcpared by the Acting SMinister for Commerce (AMr Cam eran) In' answer to a, question In the H-louse of Representatives last week, shows that butter has increased lons in price since Mlay,' 101'4, 'than any other household commddlty." Kerosene has shown the greatest in creasei, and Is li5 per cent, clearer than ri 1914. Bread is next with an- In creasc of 03.113 per cent. Rump steak! has Increased li9.28 per cenlit ln price, but mutton Ihan Increasd only 38.30 per cent.' Eggs,.hav( increnaed "23.82 per cent. In price, and milk has In creoned 23.82 per cent. Both sugar and beef are half as clear again an in iI14., The Increase in the price of butter was only 20.52 per cent. STATISTICS.-For the quarter emded 30thl. une, 52 birthe .(28 males, 2'i "females) and 13 deaths' (3 males, In females) were registered at LBen alla.
Over the Bunkers and Far Away District Links Enticing BENALLA GOLF CLUB NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
Over the BunkersranitFaiAw ay District Links Enticing BENALLA GOLF CLUB NOTES N. Satiurday next-, th ItJuly. o .mixed fourtisomcn four.. ball stroke handicap will be played,, members selecting? their." own partnersr for the event. " Thiboinnier will 'be. decldede by adding'together'the nett score'bf each player ofl 'apitr': The rent will niot be divided i'?nto: ;grades,; but trophies .vill be givenbfor: winner and. runner "up. Entranicofee'.is l/ per'pa.r, On Sunday,''10th'. July; the Apex Club i.will.condu ht a ful?day'tourna-, imcntii come?n'ocing at o10 a:m 'with'l men's; Canadian ri/ foumrsomes: 'iln `the afternoon men's and ladles' 'singles over 18 holes will be contested. The proceeds of the? tournament I lli' he devoted to "the o'' x, Club's. effort in conrectlbnion: ,with: :the 'i Queen compotlon ';o for :the. : hospital,' For. this worthy:, cause .'ti l' ex pected that memnboers and golfers gen erally will turnl iD: in full force : The :first round; of the club cham pionshi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
FOR.. ETTER ElABSY WEAR .." Wednesday & Thursday "PENNIES FROM HEAVEN" THE LATEST BIG HIT STARRING SBING, CROSBY ALSO THE THRILLER x "PANIC ON; THE .AIR" , SHORTAND 'NEWS: BOOK EARLY. (x Denotes Not, Suitable for General Exhibition others General Exhibition). ?" --I . I mml ill llnl ll i1111 iilufilfilinnllluiIIII IIll ll IIII II1nnillillitn1111111 11111iiimillll llli; KEEP IN TUNE WITH THE TIMES FOR THE COMING' BALLS HAVE YOUR HAIR PERMANENTLY WAVED AT "SAYEITT" SALON PRICE-ENDS FROM 15/; FULL HEAD FROM £1/1/. 'SAYETTE SALON," Nunn Street, Benalla Phone 443. 7iniuil~glliunW110IInlannlW~m mnuluna1111 linnanuulxtiwmp~ontnamlarolialmnllýý FOR LONDON bA&3V CARRIAL?, ;Inaunmamnlumm uIIIIIImIIIIIIlalnunaMli ll ".
PENNANT GOLF [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
PENNANT GOLFY The eacond round ofa the aesocl ates'.pennant .golf will hbe played, at B3enalla on'?, Tuesdays. next .when Castle Creek ;.wlll ,, meet the local team ??3enalla assoclates are .aslced to :note ithat th'e_ middweek. cpopeti tlon willl .'b. playped on ,Tuesday??next ngent.adi ftWdnesidaot1 o Ther will io a general afternoon tea on Tuesday.
LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
SLOCAt,& 'GENERAL . EUCHRE',AND' DANCE AT BAD. DAGINNIE. .&lt;n enjoyable and: suc ceasful' diichrit 'paity-and dance was held aRttho ]BiddaglnnloeHall on Frl day. &lt;ve?in nlitt lni aid of Miiss Dot James, tieo 'Warrenbayne, candidate for the 'Popular Girl 'Quest. There was a lartge?'ttendance and'. a proflt of about £f5're'sulted.° Mr Si Burt made a caipable M.C. • "The euchre iprizels were wieo by Mr J. Vincent and Mrs. ,Mack whilst' the consolation prize went" to Mrs C. WVlliams. Ex cellent music' foirthe dance' was sup plied, by Mrs A.' Gasterstadt 'and "Mr J. Lane. The evening was arranged by the resld'eits of Warrehbayne.. ..STOCK MEDICINES-The Stock Medicines. Act ''iiidh' came into oper ation on. J'ly1'1, makes' It compulsory for any many apturer of a medicine for stock, o importer or other per sons prlmarliJ responsible for the plgaisg of any ?sto'k 'medicine on the market in V icforia. to' ?apply to the Director "qf Agriculture, Melbourne, for reg...
MR. JAMES FRANCIS BRENNAN. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
MR. JAMES FRANCIS BRENNAN. The death occtirred suddenly at WVagga (N,?.W.)1 on June, 21st last of Mr James Francis Brennan, at the age, of · 6: years. Deceased' was a native :of WlVnton, .blpg a son of-the lateo Jamoesanl ., 2Dary Brennan of IVinton. Heo was,. also~ a, brother of _Annie (Mrs F. Chivers, Olenrowan), Eva (Miss D. Hanlon, Goomallbee). Ella-?(Mrs L. • Tompkins, Catilfloed), .lay. (Mrs P. McAuliffe, GOldnrowan), Patrick: (Jerilderie. N.S.W.), and Kathleon (Mrs P. McConnell, Violet T'own).. Deceased;, i 'survived by his wife and a family . of , three sons Frank, William and Cyril and one daughter. 'leryl, for whom' deep sym pathynls felt. The funeral was to the Wngga cemetery, the ''hearse being followed by a large cortege. Returned soldiers anid friends formed a guard of honor ' at the ceintory: Rev. Father, Desmond "read"the burIal ser vice. .
WARRENBAYNE ASSISTS POPULAR GIRL CONCERT IN AID OF MISS DOT JAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
WARRENBAYNE ASSISTS' POPULAR GIRL CONCERT IN AID OF MISS DOT JAMES. LAST Thursday night t mo enjoy able concerLt and dnnce wan hold In the W,Varrenhayne hall to further the Intorests of IIHne Dot James ,who han Ibeen chunon by the Warrenbnyne, Riding an n candidate In the Popular irl ri qlet. The concert. was ,ponsored by Mrs I-opklin. while the dution oo chairmen were nhably carried out by Mr .T. Crll1y.. The crowd ian the bilggest the hell han ever held and the Iteme were all well received, and" fully deserved the_ apptlaune that was given. At. the end of the concert Mr Cook M.ILA. moved a hearty vote of thanlkn to all the ar tints,. and it wans cconded by Cr. A. Heanney. Mr. R. McCrlcknrd renpon led on behalf of the artists. 'The programmne was al follows: Pliano duct, Alice and Inla Heywood: aong; Mri .McCrlcltard; dance, Joan bicTwen ((IIlghland fling):; ong, liesn LT. Crlmmlns;, recitation, Mr McCrlckard; nong, Mr McKertele: lance, Miss C. Perkins: ssong and lance, "WVake n Up...
BASKET BALL BENALLA ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
BASKET BALL BENALLA ASSOCIATION. alla Aensoolitlon last Saturdiy re ulted asn -follows:-P.GO.I. ""A" de felated Benallia Grays 20 goanse to i1 goals; St. Joseph's "A" defeated Win ton, 10-18; Snake Gully "B" defeated St. Joseph's "B" 23-8; Methodist "A" defeated BenalhL Blue, 20-6; Snale Gulily "A" d Methodint "8' 32-14; P.c.I. "A' ' :12-14; 'P.GI.P. "13' a hyo DISTRICT GAMES. The Dovenish "A" team defeated 13oxwood at Dovenish on Saturday bY 3 gonals to 12. Devenish "B" nalo hnd a win over St. .fames "13' by eS goals to 10, at St. James.
UNITED COUNTRY PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
UNITED COUNTRY PARTY, AT a meeting of the North--Eastern Council of the United Country Party at Wangaratta on Friday, Mr W.VR. Tinkler (vice-president) who presided, reported that resignations had been received from the president, C. P. C. Snowden, and the other vice president. Mr C. L. Brown. .Members expressed regret at the resignation of Cr. Snowden, who had been one of the leading members of the party for years. At a previous meeting of. the Wangaratta branch the resignation of the secretary (Mr A.: B. Carmichael) who was also sec retary of of bhe North-East Council was. submitted. MrW. R. Tinkler was electe4 pre sident; Crs. M. J. Sheridan (Wangar iatt) and J. Smith (Myrtleford), vice iresidenta; and Mr G. Westbrook (Peechelba), secretary; Mr A. Phillips (Myrtleford) was elected to a vacancy on the committee. A delegate from the Moyhu branch reported that members who had .re-.. signed and linked up with the Liberal Country Party now wished to rejoin the old party, and had reque...
PROHIBITIONIST EVASIONS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
;PROHIBITIONISTI EVASIONS: By a Special Correspondent. Since some success has attended efforts made in certain quarters to obscure the true nature of the decision it;beinmade at the' Prodhli tion Poll on October 8, it seems desirable that all isitsunderstanding e should beocleared. up-before discussion of.tho' merits, of thq questio6n'.,. Despite admissions by the "Left WiVng" of the dry moveineil' that the Issue is, In fact, Prohibition, the "Right Wingers" are still repeat ; g their declaration that what is sought is no more ' than; "Wise Restriction." Onb may admire' the skill with• which these campaign tactics are being exploited to make a 'simultaneous appeal to the fanatical zeal of a minority and the easy-going tolerance of a larger, more Important group; nevertheless public opinion is more safely founded upon facts than upon evasions. . 2''" Study of the Licensing' Act shows that the passage of "No licence" would be a mandatory'decree by the electors, for the- cancel ."latio...
PLAYERS SUSPENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
PLAYERS SUSPENDED. In 'consequenco of lncelonts at mnat choe played on June 18 , between Violet Town and All Blacks and Thoon . and alonrownn, three playern were rolorted and dealt with by the Independent tribunal (Mesnrsf S. MJl lar, chairman, L. Nell and .1. O'Shea) of the Tatong-Thoonn League on Fri day night. After evidence had been heard, S. lBoard (All Blacks) .and A. Aldridge (Violet T'own) weore supnended for two Saturdays on a charge of fighting. 'or unnecessoarily pushing an oppon mt In the Thoonn-Glenrowan match; iF. %cfntosh received a cafutlon, but on t more norious charge of using In multing words to the central umpire. he was suspended for two mlatches.
TEST AVERAGES [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
TEST .AVERAGES CONSIDERABLEI Interest Is being Sarbuned .in the third Test Maitch which commences at Manchester on the Old Trafford ground to-day. The corrosponding't;atch in 1934 resulted in a drawn game;, Australia -scoring 491 and 1 for 00, against England who closed, in each innings. In, the first Innings they closed with 9- wickets down for 627, and In the second with no wickets for 124. Hoendren 132 and Ames 72 added 191 runs for the flfth wicket after four were out for 149-Walters 52. Butlliffe 13, 1Ham mond 4, Wytttt 0-Leyland and' Ames theut" added '142 for the sixth wicket. Allen oi"and Verity 00 not out put lup a great performancen for the eighth wicket in scoring 118. O'Rellly was our most. successful bowler, taking 7 wickets for 194 off 19 overs. Orim mott took only 1 wicket for-122, and Wtill. having 132 scored' off 306 overs without a wicket, -whilst McCahe's wicket cost 98 runs. Woodfulln73, McCabe 137 with 22 fours, and Brown 72 were the chief scorars in Austra-' ll...
TATONG-THOONA LEAGUE ALL BLACKS' NARROW WIN. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
TATONG THOONA LEAGUE ALL BLACKS' NARROW :WIN. The game between All Blacks and Glenrownan was played on .the Friendly Societies' reserve on ,Satur. dlay In very cold bleak weather, before a very sparnaeattondance. The ground was In very fine condition, and a very exciting finnls resulted In Fred Mul-' ins Itlcklng' the winning goal witi' only a few minutes to spare. Blacks with' the win In the firs' quarter, scored 3 goals 7 behlnds whilst Glenrowan failed to raise r point. In the second the latter Im proved with"'tho wind and scored 2 goals II to I goal 2 by the Blacks, the scores at half-timeo being 4 goals. P to 3 goals 5. Poor play, by, the forwards In the third quarter allowed many strong at. tacks to he wasted, and 2 goals 4 he hinds were sanred, whilst Olenrowar added 1, goal.o3'nanlnnt the stronr wind.' Leadlitg off 'strongly in the inal quarter. olenrowan added goals in quick suecenspion and took n linad of 3 points. foi, the first time In the game. Blacks.. however, mnnneo'...