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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
I SHIVER MY TIMBER'S-AN OLD SEA SAYING. Don't You Shiver this Winter in a Draughty House. S"LINE OUT THAT ROOM WITH I TERRETT'S FIBRO PLASTER I SPECIFY AND USE I TERRETT'S . TIMBER I?Phonie: Works, '337. Phone: Private, 382. IIt I l I iillif Jflulll l il lll|li ii lllf lIIIIIIIIIill i lll fll fllai llullll[111 i llllllltl lllllln l iimi f ll iilll lll fll lll i For Your: Supplies, of Fodder. Etc. "EVANS GRAIN AND PRODUCE COY. Carrier Street, Benalla PHONE:-DAY OR NIGHT, 32. ·k By your 11N T ER 1AT t I . . has a stitched back and ' sleeves, new ' shoulders,' and a flattering collar and reversbof lapin :fur. Block, navy and brown are in S.S.W., S.W., W., :S.O.S.; and'O.S. fittings. Prico . ,.... .... .... NO DEPOSIT 2/6 WEEKLY 'A wl:lE E K L d a S nesd and onl? 2/16 weekly wtth the only eolr charge for tre r Sof nasl terms of 1/- in the C. ir12 BOURKi STREET. S: OM OURNE'S LEADING CREDIT STORE .... A.. a, rs?,?es and ./lwcu, . e ol, . an.id? , c.ar geo, e. use ,;.- ; * aeau erna, o lj...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
NELSON'S B00TERY 104 Bridge Street, Benalla (OPP. CENTRAL ARCADE)- ri. GENT'S PAT. PUMPS. PLAIN TOES OR WITH TOE CAP 6/11, 8/11, 10/9 GENT'S GLACE KID: GENUNINE' PUMPS; .17/7.' LADIES' GOLD CALF SANDALS, 10/9, 12/9.`: LADIES' SILVER.CALF SANDALS,: 11/9, 12/9. - LADIES' SILVER KID SANDALS, 17/9 19/11. WINTER TIME IS SLIPPER TIME. WE HAVE WARM'COSY SLIPPERS. LADIES' AND GENT'S FROM 1/11 PAIR. REMEMBER OUR MOTTO :-FAIR WEAR OR ANOTHER PAIR. for. EVENINGS and SOCIAL WEAR Men will find their desires in Shoes for correct Even ing wear are catered for s here. All-patent Evening _ Shoes in lance or court styles and all sizes including half sizes. w ruarntee our Footwear--"'Fair? . Wea r r Nw Pair. I NELSON'S BOOTERY j 104 Bridge Street, DENALLA. Phone 180. DONALD J. SUTHERLAND, F.S.M.C., F.I.O 0 'FOR ERVICE. JAS. A. GILLMAN YOUR LOCAL MEN F.V.O.A. ' ARE ON THE SPOT (Late of Collins St., Melbourne). QUALIFIED CERTIFIED OPTOMETRISTS BENALLA 38 CARRIIER STREET. Phone 200 Marie Frock Shop BRIDG...
C.Y.M.S. MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
C.Y.M.S. MATCH. ERlhtoens representing the B?nalln and Wangaratta C.Y.M.S. met at North 'Vangaratta oval on Sunday afternoon last and an interesting game resulted. Both olden included come classy footballers and, after a great.struggle, Bonalla scraped in by two points. Tho, match was a social engagement and the visilting Benalla 'side was entertained by Wangaratta. C.Y.M.S. at the close of the game. A return match will be played at a later date.
VICTORIAN OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP TO BE RUN AT ST. JAMES, FIRST WEEK IN AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
VICTORIAN OPEN CHAM PIONSHIP.j TO BE RUN AT ST. JAMES, FIRST WEEK IN AUGUST., TH1 St. James Courslng Olub, wll stage the 'Vlctorlan Operni Cours Ing Championship on, Tuesday: Wed nesday -'arid ,Thursday, 'August 2, 3 and 4. RICHEST OPEN STAKE IN STATE This is the. riclest .open coursing stake in: the State, and ls'for 64 dogs at £2/2/ each, with 75 guineas added by the clubt and: 25 by the .N.C.C. (in addition to esash ?'donated by C. McArthur Esq.,presildent of N.C.C.). In addition a trophy has been don ated for the runner-up by the Shop parton Speed Coursing Club. Nomin atlonq close, on Saturday, 30th July. FORMER BENALLA RESIDENT' SECRETARY. Mr,;: . V. Wigham, who ..was sub manager of the National Bank, Ben nlla, has been appointed secretary in siiccdaeloi n to Mr, Richardson. SOCIAL ATTRACTIONS. With the completion of* additions to' the hall .rrangements are .belng made for continuous dancing In. the hall instead of in the grain shied as previously.
WATERLOO CUP POSTPONED FOR A WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
WATERLOO CUP POSTPONED FOR A WEEK. OWVINa to tho continuous rains having Interfered with the condi tion of the plumpton; the Watcrloo Cup will be postponed for one week to July 19, 21 and 22. Nominations close on July 16. This action was taken solely to ensure owners of grey hounds and the coursing public a sat Isfactory meeting, and the club con fidently seoks their co-operation. Trials will be' given on Sunday next. at 10.30 a.m; An ample supply of well-schooled hares is available. MURRAY AT VERY LOW LEVEL. -The action of the River Murray Conservation and Irrigation Commis sion in filling up flume Reservoir, and therefore curtailing the flow of water In the Murray, has caused a storm of protest. The level of the Murray at Albury early this week was 3ft.-lower than it has been at this time of the year for a conslder abloe time. As a result of the demon stratlon by landholders, .who claim that they are being deprived of their right to water, representatives of the Commission will vi...
[?] Market ROBINSON MONDS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
IN MONDe. N & DS report hav Id te l fortnightly the t L Corporation ' the 5th inst. In both the fat the ttle sections. a tendanc of the and: do buyers from d fL es. Competition keen ?I prime stock. ote:; PAT P.,' yard nice : quality d eo ,t wethers on t I , arroe? , to ou y IL & Shcr nala.l o ehO woth o. ?! n, of Yolyullah /5, b rchased by i: of ? other wethers / to fat owes 14/: 24/6; lambs, 24/6, 26/, PA?' LKE. d ing of. primoe: .'tij jncludfln, a ,flo d sity hebolfers atfo idle. Limas Station.' eio , lly admired. for y sad ling. They sold and i d the unn aver 1//6.' pens were pur W. It, viii of Benalla. en by Oxley, of Mel ther l , £6/17/, £8/10/, £81171 1 cows a/e Gee. iyutlth, 14/5/; n/c oBrt rg, to ; others £3/19/.: /17/i;6 r, tO, 2,/12/ to rs fr to 47/6; fat, AilRY TLE. Ight g which sold' 10110 pigs th rom an es iler .hhori 1! c "teo, ' r' ors, 7/6 to bacon .4 to4 to , to
CROWN PIE[?]S [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
'CROWN PIE though the Fede Tre to issue more c pr likely that the at] any more of.th the dealings. AlreadI 25( have been issuet bourne banks. tl hat very few. They 0 by :most buesicl , paying wages or tilt probable that e~i alireidy ssueed 'y vaults or are b aep souvenlrs. The It whosoe value Is .,00 relatively small the public holds 0,00 alone,' and the a 000. REGISTRATI. O~P -The Departmee f sued a reminder tlI etallions that a eta ,)eglstered with Ch Inspector at once he :I £3. Parades the 'ommenco next 'completed y° j I. month ear Tbons. Throea which varies ra lous years, was D~u May 'number of'. . Journal." ''FRIENDLYr. E NEARLY £6,000 I memb A·hp Ofl idl Victoria has In now stands at lt a 14 per cent. Te n led In Parliamenl Satist, and. by t0 further that the ae year was 2000 ous year. Tho socteties w s 57 the expen iunds £5,970;4 existing societl.
CLEAR[?] SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
SALE. and report having a cl sale of stock, ed / of II. Hill na a very largo of t farmers. and. d number of out ie, In attendance. wa and sonime of Sre were:-Dalry £0, 1 (4/17/6, £5/12/6 oleep, or old ewes no £d, 1I 5/1/; .shorn 4 nd 12/6 to I?i/9: room nged I.L. owes, o Drught llloei. 114; mares 3 1 I to"
FAT [?]TLE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
'htwel helfers to very Iding, £8/15/ others 17/171 ordinary cows £7;, 5- to £8/7/6, I/ ch rs £2/101 to £3. iA[Y TT1J1 milk 7/8, others £8 to ingers E5/10/. for 6 .t. cbk wothors S27/6 /1, 28/; lighter / 24/ 24/11 25/6 tat 17/N/ F1?/G;S mnlloi iat, ' 23/,.others 22/6, r 9/, , 17/6,17/3, 16/. w r'- principally /4, 1l small cbk wean= 40/, 30/, 35/: 2iglt 6 fed 23/, 24/, 6,1 4/4
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
BEREAVEMENT. MR. D. and Son EDGAR FERRIS &nbsp; Swlsh.. tq j~hank all'.' relations and friendsa for. cards, letters,' floral trilW utes. practical and personal .expres sions of kindest nsympathy; In thelr recent .luubly, sad bereaveinent. ?Will all. ipaeo acdept- this as,, a personal exlprespon of ' ur gr'at'apprecition. Goorambat.
AGRICULTURAL CONVENTION REPORT OF DELEGATE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
AGRICULTURAL CONVEN TION REPORT OF. DELEGATE. ,AT the meeting of the Agricultural Society Council last Friday, a re-, 'port ;upon the work of; the recent convention at Warracknabeal was tendered by Mr H. Hill, who repro* Sented 'the BenallaSociety. Subsequent td' the conference, said ,tr Hill. there had been a deputation to the Chief Secretary and, the Minis torn for Agriculture, Land. and For esats. Mr .Lind, Minister for Lands, outlined..the work done by the Gov brnment to eradicate St. John's Wort, riagwort. and blackberry, and he &nbsp; revealed that the spread of these pests had been definitely checked. The de putation expressed the urgency of making every effort to prevent'the spread of skeleton weed in Victorila. The Minister informed the deputation that if the existence of skeleton weed Wore reported by any landholder the Department would take 'steps to have it destroyed free of charge. M1r Hill further reported that It hbd been; brought under the notice of the Chief...
MUSIC, MIRTH, MYSTERY BENALLA TALKIES. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY. "Pennies from Heaven" with Bing Crosby. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
MUSIC, MIRTH, MYSTERY BENALLA TALKIES. WEDNESDAY. AND THURSDAY; "Pennies from' Heaven" with, Bing Crosby. ,lADGE Evans plays' the feminle lead, while Edith Follows, Don aid Meek, John Gallaudet and others play prominent roles. Louis Arm strong and his swing band are also Teatured. Such popular . songs as "Pennies From. Heaven," "So Do I,' "Let's Call a IIHeart a IIeart,"' "One, Two, Button Your Shoe," and "Skele ton in the 'Closet," are heard In the film. Norman Z. McLeod ' directed from Jo Swerling's screen play.;,. "Panic on the Air." Drama, comedy, mystery and; sus pense' are blended in . an exciting story of a news broadcaster in Col umbla's "Panic on the Air," featur Ing-Lew Ayresa, Florence -- Rice andi Benny Baker. Usual Short and News. -Book early.
EXPERIMENTAL PLOTS ESTABLISHING DISTRICT PLOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
'EXPERIMENTAL PLOTS -ESTABLISHING DISTRICT PLOTS.. Ol.e.time ago. n omfleer of tlhe Department of Agrlculturo visited SBeiallatto inmspct block opn2?wý)!?h: lt, ihap eroposed :tb' hitiblish experlmen tal plots. It was reported at the ineeting of the Agricultural Society that nothing -further had been learned of the project since the officor had returned to Melbourne. It was pointed out that the blocks 'stmlitted had been offered by a 13ennalla resident, but he had not plant' or stock to carry out the establish ment and subsequent grazing re 'qulred in. the execution of the experl ments., The Sdciety Is' to seek further- In formation from' the Department re garding the requirements. -It would Ie 'a great pity if this op portiunity :to, have an experimental area established in the district were alloered to lapse. It would be difficult Ildeed to fully estimate the value of the -results obtained ... from' similar plots hi' otlier district'.: ,' Productioni and 'conseirvation" of 'paitur...
CLUB ROOMS FOR PARISHIONERS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
CLUBR` ROOMMS FOR lPARISHIONERS. A LARGIfO and representative gath ering of parishioners assembled in St. Joseph's School on Monday evening last to discuss means of jIquldatlrig a .parish 'debt incurred to meet the inltAllatlon of sewerage and renovations to the Presbytery and the school.' It was :considered that fetes-as a means of raising funds for such pur poses-were a thing of the past and so a suggestion was put forward that a form of direct giving be Instituted. A similar procedure-k-nown as the "Envelope Syatem"-had recently been adopted in Wangaratta where it was operating most successfully. Its originator (Fr. Egan) was present and gave an interesting and lucid ex planation of the working of ,the sys tom in Wangaratta.' Systems of ua similar:,nature had been in operation in Melbourne for the past seven. or 'eight years, he said and it had been, found thart for a':smill outlay-a large' result' could, be obtained. Fetes an'd bazaars cost nearly 10/ for every £1 ,niedo, whilst...
THIS YEAR'S BENALLA SHOW PRELIMINARY ORGANISATION. A. AND P. MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
THIS YEAR'S BENALLA SHOW . PRELIMINARY ORGANISATION. A. AND P. MEETING. !1JRIER3 was . fullattendance of the council mieeting tof the Benolla Agricultural and Pastoral Society last Friday afternoon,, when the chief hultsnaos was the revision of thile schedulo In preparation for this year's showv. Rleporting ItDon the rocommeonda tions of the finance committee regard Ing talteratlons and additions proposed to the schedule, the president (Mr .. Cooper) ail? that the extra financial outlay involved Illtd heen carefully considered and( It wos thoulght that the increases ,proposed would " be Jistified. In the classes for blood stoelk, etc., it wi'H decided to Include. a section for' at pony stallldn 15 hands a.u. iteagltored horses will .be larred from' the open trot, but In the see; tinn for trotting stalllon,' any ago, the words "In harness" are to he Included. The radius for two district hack ney :was fixed at 0O miles: In the hiunters, riders will li.e comipelled' to weigh. out and w...
GOLDEN VALE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
GOLDEN VALE CLUB.: H. McKenzio, 1 down, wasnthe win ner of the men's 18 holes. hogoy' corn= Petition at Goklden Vale links on Sat Iurday.. Next boat were 'P. Sullivan, 4 down,. and ,R. Stevenson, 6i down. Next Saturday, _ a men's 18 holes stroke .competition will he 'held. GOLDEN VALE ASSOCIATES. Canadian' toursomes were played 'by Golden'.Vale' associates linst :Saturday the eaost cards handed jin being:-Mrs Sutton and Mrs Lyncllh (336), l8: MissesGanffneyy and Hannon (36), 73; Misses Day and Maoobus e (3i), 78; Mnlse. HIpklnsi rnd Mrs Thornlburn (34): 82:- Mrs Jorityn and ,Mr Stev enson. (331));,848: Mras Long 'and irs Chbbett (36); 80. Al "18 hole' stroke handicap, -ith 12 secret..holes (played concurrently, is the . programme for next Saturday.. A trphy'r has ibeenl donated for the event by Mr B. Briggds. SWednesda'y Compettitln. A stroke handicap competition over 12 ,holes was held 'on .Vednesday tile winning card: lieing? handed 'in hIy Mrs Lynch.. Scores:--Mrs Lynch, ::9-24 4...
OBITUARY MRS. MARY MELLOR. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
OBITUARY -? MRS* MARY MELLOR.. :' Asn briefly announced -In these columns last week, the death occurred t 'Chlltern of Mrs e Mary Mellor (mother of MIrs H. B. Waller, of Ben alla). The late Mrs Mellor who was verness, .Scotland, . She was. ono )f _""the, oldest and most highly respected residents of Chiltern, She Y. had', enjoyed good ' health up .to., a few weeks, ago when he ,ustalfied -. fall. and despite' the bestl of,attention. sho gradually sank and passed; away. The funeral was to the Chiltern cemetery on Saturday last, followng, a. service at her late home,' :'The Pinee," by Rev. J. Price. of. the Presabyterian Church, who also conducted the iervIce at the gra-ve lo.e The coffin bearers were lesnrs A. Cooper, F. Gilman, S. I1lller and F. Flnday;· and the pall-, bears,, Messrs J. Horn, Lee. Glmour, 13B.Brann R. Scott, P. Byrne and 'Cr. C. Oater Floral.tributes were carried by Messrs t. Black' and' R. .Gray. The chief mourners were: James. Mellgr (son), UI. B. Waller 'r (son-i...
"GREATER BENALLA" FOOTBALL BIG THINGS MOOTED FOR 1939. PUBLIC MEETING NEXT MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
"GREATER 'BENALLA", FOOTBALL BIG THINGS MOOTED FOR 1939.' .,PUBLIC MEETING NEXT MONDAY NIGHT. In IL timely and prainaworthy effort to lift district footllll' from the "slough of despond" Into which It has ounk during recent yoat's; the two local clubs. Benalla and- All Blacks have convened ia ipubllo meeting for next Monday night to discuss ways and mnensn of revlvingi the gnme loc ally. It Is rightful that the public have been Invitedl to throw their weight behind the movement becauen it Is only by unreserved co-operation be tween public and football executives that the success desired may be achlieved. Too often is heard the age-old query: "Wnhat'n wrong with football?" There In nothing muchi wrong with the'great game. It still han its allured meat and Interest, those tense, excit Ing moments of physical content. on a liold of fair sport which were eenl in past years may he"soeen ngain if the gamo I' played an it should be played and 1$ the incentive Is there to :pro vide thel hig...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 July 1938
A FOUR-VALVE instrument with remarkable perform " ' arnce, this Radioplayer has an outstanding range of features. It is moderately priced, too, and easy terms are, of course, available. Hear it at your nearest Accredited Philips Retailer's store. Ust price, 26 gns. Complete with batteries PHILIPS . ý . .. ,',diop l - - AMBROSE DOXEY BRIDGE STREET, BENALLA. Phone 448. Watts,Turnbull & Co STOCK, LAND AND FINANCIAL, AGENTS HEAD OFFICE: BENALLA. "BRANCHEBS.-4Waglaratta, Rutherglen, Dookle; St.';?ames, . . DevelYlh,' Violet Town, Euroa, Yea' and Miansfield. Stock Sales also conducted at Yarck, Strathbogle, Ruff. Brimln. Bonnie Doon and Longwood. AGENTS FOR : The Famous *'Cooper's Dip" (Manufactured In Aus tralia). - ' The Cu ator of Estates of Deceased Persons. The Cofmercial Union 'Fire Assurance; 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....