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GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 July 1938
GENERAL. Pormission was •granted to. Don Hoarrison for or the toiping of ovor-: hanging ,treos on his now lnoe of tonce at RotI esay. The' complaint of TJns.Hernan 're ardng, tihe bad stnt :of ;the road, near Lynch's, from .the feirn hill and thenceo north-easterly,' wasi'disossedad vhen, Itt was decilded.. on' the"motion of Crs. "Wedemann and Bowdern, to make an inspection with a ,low, to having the work carried out., It was decided that ridingm? ?ml'ora and engineer inspect road :near., W. Peck's, Divenih, with a view to hav ing forming and sanding carriedl out.,
GOORAMBAT C.W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 July 1938
IGOORAMBAT MCW.A. i: IIE Goorambat branch of the .. C.VW;A. :celebrated thelr eight' birthday on Thursday, 7th July, when there was a record attendance' of --members" and visitors.'. Apologies, ^':,were read from Stanhope, Sheppartoni and Corowa regretting' the inablllty'of members being- able to attend. ".Mrs Ham, the president, though far! from being well, and far 'from' being her bright cheerful self,- was 'present, . and to relieve Mrs Ham from 'all "'- "duties,! Mrs"A.' E. Wallace took .the chair and very capably and cheerfully, carried out the. afternoon's program., ,Inside.the hall the scene was very. ...bright and inviting, a hugo ilre'tlirow-i . ng :ts warm glow to all present, aind ';Iceland poppies and gum tips? ?eing' the decoration scheme. They were everywhere, and ninde ;.the tables most attractive, being et. In low ': ows-the tables themselves practic ally, groaning under i .thielr i. -heavy "le"ds 'Yet: in, spite of ,all',his,,' thn Gooamilbat members inwa rdl hna. t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 July 1938
SFORge3ETYItR' UAUYi WEAR " . unIummINE2,wnIuuurnba Marie Frock Shop BRIDGE STREET BENALLA : :(Two Doors from Savingsg Bank) HUGE SALE HATS PROM i/. RAINCOATS 'FROM 14/11 ', FROCKS FROM £1. EVENING ,WEAR FROM 2/..i ,i HUGE iEDUCTIONS IN COSTUMES, COAT FROCKS, BLOUSES, SKIRTS; JUMPERS, G ENUINE REDUCTIONS KEEP IN TUNE WITH THE TIMES FOR THE COMING BALIS . . HAVE YOUR HAIR PERMANENTLY WAVED:: AT "SAY[TJ[" SA[ON PRICE-ENDS FROM 15/; FULL. HEAD:FROM £1/1i. "SAYETTE SALON," Nunn ::Steet; Benall te ed 20 30 a to 0 20 14 i SATURDAY & MONDAY Ith 4f ' TWO BIG FEATURES ON THE ONE PROGRAMME a. FUNNY JOE E. BROWN IN o "RIDING ON AIR" - AND DELIGHTFUL KAY FRANCIS IN I X_ "CONFESSION" MATINEE SATURDAY FOR JOE E. BROWN. (x Denotes Not Suitable for General Exhibition others General Exhibition). I THE II 5 2 II r" fb INTRODUCING new principles of con struction developed in the great Philips Laboratories, the "Ten Fifty-Two" is the ideal low-priced, all purpose mantel radio for world-wide rec...
UNITED COUNTRY PARTY MEETING AT TATONG. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 July 1938
UNITEDI COJN1TRY PARTY - MEETING `AT TATONO. :??MIfETINO of toh Tatong branch of the United Country Party was iieldlrecetly., "Thoe 'reeldent;: Cr. A; Harrison' as ,delegate presented a lengthy 'report with regard,' to ýbusl nes's tran'iacted at last conference: itt Ballarat. Mr Col1n Coghilll ntimated hls iln ti?ttii of severing his?; 'connection' with' the' movement; ad .ns 'secretary, handed 'in the books. Mfembers 'generally agreed wilth the opinion "exCprrsed,' that "the interests of the farhmers could be beat ar'bVed by remaining' loyal to-': the?' Unlted Country Party,, the only iarty, rebre: senitatives of hich alcl re prepared' to give 'gua~rantee to abide by decilsons of Conference!: Cr. 'A:' Harrison was relected president, the` appointment of secre tory being held over for the present.
PETROL PUMP ANOMALY ILLEGAL ON ROADWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 July 1938
PETROL PUMP ANOMALY te " ILLEGAL- ON 'ROADWAYS. ' At, Monday. meeting of the SBenall' Shire 'Councili the en. S., irinse.: '(Mr.,; L. " D. Fawokner) placed'-, before councillors the: an omalous .position. regarding petrol : r, pumps.e 'He pointed out. that the, ' '"Council :has ,no power to -issues ''licencesi for any pump situated on Sany. portion of the roadway. He Vconsidered that no pumps can te ' erected . or remain without the o'' wners holding a licence from the ' rCouncil. I -Mr 1Fawckner 1stated that in con nection with a recmnt' application ;to dtiplicate. a pump' hich' was locatoed I on the roadway. outside the kerb :line, enquiries :as'. to the ' legal "position have been made. " Cr. Dleske said that the position was anomalous that porol pumps on roadways were free.'. from'r any fee, while' those on footpaths lhad .to be licensed,· Heli moved. that the; Council secure legal advice with a view to *1avings.petrol pumps ;,.on-- roadwapsn removed and 're-erected ?on the foo?...
CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT APEXIANS ASSIST HOSPITAL APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 July 1938
°. CHARITY GOLF TOURNA APEXIANS ASSIST HOSPITAL APPEAL. MEMBERS of the Benalla Apex Club wha odganlsed a golf gym khana on the Benalla links on Sunday, last are to be congratulated on the result of the venture, as from 'every aspect it was most 'successful. The proceeds which were in the vicinity, of £20 will be devoted to the candida ture of Miss Gwen-Stolz In the Hos pital and Ambulance appeal., The main 'event on the programme *-the Apex champlonshlp-was:. won by. D.: Webstor: with a good rounrd of 78. Details of the :?irio us matches played ae' as follow:;- .? '' L MEN'S. CANADIAN,. FOURSOMES. A" Thompson and H. McKeni? (111), 3fl , 5Gunin and 3Harrn (93); 341 C. Webster: and V 'Sheppard (8),' 331: R; and C. Whlte" (11),,8;i T" J;. :Mrur , ray and R.B . I WIlklnason (84); 341: L" J. Crawford and I 'iHanlon (81); 84.; S. Thomas and N McNlcol (105), 35?;. .M. 'Llndpay and E..S Thompson (11}), 351; Mb Ryan and C.'R. Cumnling'(8), 36; J. Wardle and J. Young (9), 36;: C.; Elyfsh and ...
Northern Territory MR. McEWEN'S MISSION [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 July 1938
Northern Territory MR. McEWEN'S MISSION "I SHALL g to the Northern Torri tory next week' with no precon ceived ideas axcept that" I am hoping my" report wivll enablo. Cabinet to make a final onslaught on the pro blems of the North," the Minister for the Interior (Mr MIcEwen)'seald when leaving Conierra. "In this vast area, so remote from the great centres of 'population, pro duction and consumption, the ' over shadowing problem 'is' transport and communlcation. If I can. settle this question I believe we will have gone at least half way to' solve a national riddle -which , has challenged 'solu tion in the past." In "addition to transport and com munication," the chief proposals Mr M'Ewen . Intends to Investigate are those for. the exemptidn" of lessees from income tax and customs duties, revision of native tadministration, the vesting of additional powers in the Administrator and the establishient of, the sheep Industry. In the 'Barkly tablelands .and, other northeirn areas. Air Mr'...
FOOTBALL TEAM FOR TO-MORROW [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 July 1938
FOOTBALL TEAM FOR TO-MORROW H following team hrlll represent . thB Bonalla Football Club agalnst St. Jame" on the shbwgrounda to-. morrow;-W? . Hloks, (c.), G. McLean (v.c.), .R. Cogger, F. Glazebrook, W. 'Slattory,'i,8 O'Brien,' B.' O'Brien, L. Spencer; R. Spencer, E. Williams, L. Stevens, #t. Goodman, H. Dunne, J. Sykes, Rt. Gillett, M. McIeiorney, J. O'Connor, R. Dennis, Ken Rhodes 19th. Emergences, It. Burns, L.,Law thor, M,. Heard. Umpire, Williams will have control of the game,
FREAK SHOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 July 1938
P:. ; REAK SHOTS; Holing In one-except -'at the 19th-la stll a freak shot.: At - Sallabury, -:Country :Club. Now .York, n' 1932'all of 217 professional and anmateur golfers who at someo time li their careers had holed in ,one,'.topkpart in a competition to a:ttempt a deliberato hole in eono. - Iach: player had :flro' shots at a.. 120 yards' hole. ': The 'closest shot ' .wash. 25 .Inchaes from' the holoe,. Swhile only 24'." outi. of the 1085 ishaots.were within 10 feet. Moral-', Don't say "I played for it." ;' i 72;' J. Ebeling-(16), 72; G Oliver (10). 73, W; McPherson' (19), 74; M. Cleary (19), 75; =A; Scholes ('(15), 76; W. Steele (20),- 76: -: Sullivan (26), 76; N. Edgar (26)r.76: S. Mellor, (18), 79: E.'Thompson '(27), 80, A. Grubb (18). 81' J. EllI?a(27), 81 :A. :Russell (27), 87;'G. Briggs (27), 02. APEX CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP.'.,. 18 Holes. D. Wbbster; 78. 6. Oliver; 83, A. Thompson 83, 1.. J. Crawford :4, I. Ounn 88, N. :McNIcol .89, T;: La :Peyre 91, C. :Webster. 94, S. -Sullivan...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 July 1938
Watts,T urnbull& Co STOCK, LAND AND FINANCIAL AGENTS .. 'HEAD OFFICE: BENALLA. .:,BRANCHES,-Wangaratta, Rutherglen, Dookle, St James,. \,+ ,,> , c LDevenlsh, Violet Town, Euroa, Yea and Mansfield. Stock Sales also conducted at Yarck, Btrathbogle, Ruffy. Brimin, Bonnlo Doon and Longwood. : AGENTS FOR : [ The Famous;"Cooper's DIp" (Manufactured In Aus 'tralta). The Curator of Estates of Deceased Persons.' : The Commercial Union Fire Asseuanco-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 selection of Houses and HOUSE AND BUILDING BLOCKS for, .Private Sale, and Intending buyers should make a" point of seeing our Ist. . LOANS ARRANGED. We cain arrange Loans over Broad Acres and Tiownship Securities at the Lowest Current Rates of Interest. Strictest Secrecy. S WATTS, TURNBULL AND CO. Phone 17. BRIDGE STREET, BENALLA ,d I...
APEX BALL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 July 1938
APEXA ILL TFI E Apex ClubC.-h hs arrangements .' ell in hand for'the . staging of their, annual: Charity Ball,:whichi will take place in the Shire Hall 'on -Aug ust'2nd. 'r. Proceeds aofthe ball are to go to os slst the .Apex.National... Servico Scheme, whlch .almsat the provilon' of hbetter. wireless communication be tween ,settlers In. the outback' of In land. Australla. ;, ·A:elbourne orchoestra has. been engaged 'to. provide tho, muslc,.novel ties will be presented, and all patrois can be' assured of an excellent night's enjoyment, and at the same time they will:behelplng a very worthy cause.
PENNANT GOLF BENALLA DEFEATS CASTLE CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 July 1938
PENNANT GOLF BENALLA DEFEATS CASTLE CREEK. THE second round of thoe ponnant competition was hold on Tuesday last. when .cnalla 'and Castle Crook met on the oenanlla links. The match resulted in a win for .the home team by five matches to nil. Details of play:: Missa li. O'Shea 10 upi d Mrs (orey. Mrs Willkinaon 5. up d. Miss HIughes Miss AI. King Ii up d. AMrs Gall. MIss O. Cooper 2 ulip d Miss Murphy litr Johnston I uip d. Mrs Speolr A handicap event resulted in a tie between Mrs Gunn and Minis K. Ioan lon. Scores:-Minals IHanlon (30), Mrs Ounsn (23),. 70; lMiss -eord (32), 72; Mrs 0. Cowan (21), 80.
BORDER MOTOR TRAFFIC THREE STATES MAKE CONCESSIONS. PASSES MAY BE ABOLISHED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 July 1938
BORDER MOTOR TRAFFIC '? EE TATES, MAK E'CON-. CESSIONS8. PASSES, MAY BE ABOLISHED. COMPLETE success has rewarded the efforts of the Chief Secretary's th' efforts' of tho' Chief Secretary's department -of Victoria to obtain re cripocal concessions from' N.S.W. and South" Australia in relaxation of bor der restriotion' on 'Motor transport. An, agreement between Victoria and N.S.W. wan negotiated at Enater whon, the .Chief Secretairy (Mr 73illey) and the Under-Secretary (Mr Chap man) visited Sydney and conferred with the head of the N.S.W. depart ment. .The Minister for .ailways in South Australia (Mr McIntosh) han now announced that hie Government will subscribe to the agreement. The principal concessions provided in the tentative agreement between the three States are: S(1)' Abolition' of border ' iases' for private motor cars. (2). Motor tradeor' plates may be used up to ,0 miles from the point of entry. into a neighboring State with out registration. (3) Private hire cars and taxie...
TATONG-THOONA LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 July 1938
TATONG'THOONA LEAGUE ?oth mlttchen in thlH League were rather one-sided ffllairs. Violet Town kicked the Hwee) Igalinst Olenrowan, and 'atong almost did likewise at the expense of Thoonn. Tatonig were very Inaccuralite in the flit qualrter, scoring 2-8, but In the sccond singe completely reversed their forlmn lt front of the goals to add six gnoIls straight in nt total of 7-3. At hallf-time Thoonna were olit of the race with tile seoren -11 to 2-4, and altlhough the visitors held their share of the ploy In the third quarter, Tat nfg wen lt further inhiald t the finish to will 11-1i4 to 4-7. Violet Town were sullperior to (loen rowan in every dlepartmenlt down the lille oil Rattlirdy antd loafed through in in overwhelmiing victory. Thley ipushed homne their strentgth In the last qlllLrter to iregltoer 8-8 to ia single point and finish 20-22 to f-5. TO-MORROW'S MATCHES. All Itlnack lit 'Thoonn. PTtong at Glenrowan. >K at
DEPOSITING RUBBISH ON ROADS CAUGHT RED-HANDED BY ENGINEER. COUNCIL TO TAKE ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 July 1938
DEPOSITING RUBBISH. ON ROADS CAUGHT RED-HANDED BY ENGINEER. COUNCIL TO TAKE ACTION. Depositing rubbish on roads has been one of the nuisances which the Benalla Shire Council has beeoon endeavoring to stamp out and oven when the shire en gineer (Mr L. D. Fawcknor) re ported that he had caught two men red-handed, councillors were at first reluctant to make an ox ample , of them. Cr. Wallace spoke strongly on the matter and the Council thereupon decided to take legal action against the two offenders. The engineer said that notices had been posted thi'oughout the shire warning people' ut the practice ihad contlnued In certain parts. Hie t1ated that he hod caught two men red handed tipping rubbish almost along eide one of the notices. 'Cr. Wallace said `that the whole thing was a farce If the Council took no 'actbon. I'-o cont'ended that there was only one course open and that was to prosecutle. A motion was thereupon tabled authorlilng that legal action he taken gailnst the' two offende...
RIFLE SHOOTING GOORAMBAT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 July 1938
RIFLE SHOOTING GOORAMBAT CLUB. A VERY Interesting shoot took S pnlce on the Goornmbnat range on Saturday last, when teams selected by. the Captain and Secretary, com peoted over 300 and 500 yards, which resulted in a win by the Secretary's team by 1 point. Two now recruits, P: Trewin and E. Hamimond, using service rifles for the first time, put tip a very creditahle performance. Fol lowing are the scoros: 'Captain's Team, 300 000 Tt. 1E. A. Cooper (capt) ... 43 411 88 J. S eston .. We . .. .43 49 02 W. H. Spiniks .. . 40 44 84 'W. 3R Spinks .. . .. 42 45 87 P. Trewin ..... . .,, 37 35 72 423 W..R. Melklo (Soc.) .. 46 46 02 J. R. Molkle .... . . 40 44 84 B3. Elis .. .... .... 44 38 82 A. Hughs~ ...... 43 44 07 E3. Hammond .... ... 37 42 70 424 BRIDGE STREET FOOTPATHS~ On the recommenbntlon of Cr. 3Blasko the Council decided ait Itirinoting on Monday last,. that the engineer sub mit an-,eatlmateo of the coat of the conatritation of three types of foot Dpathn in 1Bridgr Street, nrrth s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 July 1938
A CAT CAN SEE IN THE DARK ... D ON'T llstrain your eyes! Get Texaco Light of the Age Kerosene and put it in every lamp in the house. You'll get a softer, brighter light and you'll enjoy the advdntages of a cleaner-burning, longer-lasting kerosene. No burnt wicks, no smoky chim neys. It's PROVED, by Government Test, )o be the flinest Kerosene on the market. 318 Hours under Government Test The N.S.V. Dept. of Public Works tescted four different wcllknown brands of kerosene under exactly similar' conditions. Llamp II had to be extiin guishicd at 215 bours; Linlp C at 263 houlrs; Lampll I) i 262 hours-- "all with smloke poulring from h.ll chim. ilcy" . . . Lampn A (Tcxalco Light of Ithe Agec) was "still lburninilg brightly after 3111 hours with nio suggestionII of smoke" . . . Whllat further proof could youll want! &we your &yea..wi/A for cooking, lighting a.nd heating.... "LIGHT Q , HE AGE" K E O NE N E 3L2L3 AGENTS : A. MILLER AND CO., BENALLA. LIDGERWOOD BROS., DEVENI...
The Countryman Will Pay. PROHIBITION FINANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 July 1938
'The Counltryman Will Pay. PROHIBITION FINANCE.' 8. the" time is drawing .near/ when Victorian taxpayers must ?submit ,their Income Tax'returns to the Com-: monwealth'"and State Governments, it seems appropriate to uhdertake an ex amination of the Increased Incidence of taxation that. would Inevitably fol. low, the acceptance of prohibition on October 8. On the most conservative basis it is Impossible to estimate the direct loss to public revenue consequent eon the abolition of the Liquor Indtstry. in this State' at a lower figure .,than' £4,000,000. Commonwealth 'Budget papers reveal that in the financial year 1930/37. no less than £2,538,084 was collected in.Exclse Duty on liquor manufactured, in Victorla, and £188,049 in Customs Duty on Imported liquor. Special or class taxes directly drawn from the,tndustry by the ,Victorian Government during the same. year amounted to £188,405, all this being drawn from the Compensation .Fund to which licensees make compulsory contribution, bas...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 July 1938
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 Pone:; .'Works 3a7 . Phone:! Private, 382. iliunl!!IG II. n illalltii li t31 lII nii fl ull?lHl1ljIllllll IIIIIIII111111H u li ll tdlil fIllIIIIII II IIIIlluul Fr f For Your Supplies of Fodder Etc. EVANS GRAIN AND PRODUCE COY:. Y d arrier Street, Benalla. PHONE:-DAY OR NIGHT, 32. .d tiflql i ittml n ig, coittin inulium untlil n n ulllalm llmlrlli By n youror .I TE R 1 O T -amart . . .o good look ... so decidedly will madel Of all wool fancy coating, lthis style has a stitched ck and sleeves, new aboulders, r? d a flattering collar d v / t fr Buck, navy and brown are in S.S.W., S w W. .: S,..,. and OS. fittings. ? '4 DEPOSIT 1/4 WEEKLY (We dds l onl 2/6 .wekIy with the only extra charge for us ojau. ferma of 1/-in the C. 2 Fu sCent. 3443 (5 lines). P.O. Box t988R. MSO' ts Poy, Albury, Aearat, Ualmsdsls, Balsaat, ei N...
FOOTBALL BENALLA-TUNGAMAH LEAGUE STIRRING FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 July 1938
FOOTBALL BENALLA-TUNGAMAH ,:LEAGUE STIRRING FOOTBALL. IF tlhe public were able to expect a game of the calibre of that planyed at Bonalla on Saturday last every Saturday there would lie no trouble in winning back support for football. ,Conditions could not have been bet tered and the greenness of the turf and brilliant sunshine lent a pleas antness to the afternoon which was made replete by a fine contest. It was surprising to see the large per centage of the fairer sex among the large crowd, and their remarks en couraging and. otherwise, showed. that they possess a thorough knowledge of the game. Both teams looked fit as they came on to the oval, Blenalln, for some reason, were late aield. a Ihappqning for which there Is no excusing the home team. This late starting Is one of the greatest evils of football and certninly one of the factors in turning support away. Tungamah's performance thlrough out and especially their finishing effort maltes them a side worthy of holdiln the leade...