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GREYHOUND BRINGS HIGH PRICE [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
GREYHOUND BRINGS HIGH PRICE Mf and ire C. Dickio, who conduct. the Unil greyhound Htud at lBacchlus uAfl'H, have sold tIn unrince dog for £1150. 'This IN believed to he ia record price for any- dog thnt,han never won t stuke.. Alir Dicklohe a the duog-then only a puppy-at l?en alla lait year, ILan pI)llrchnCd It for £15. The dlog attracted notice at trials at Celolnug ILt week-enll, and na a result ll G. A. Smith, of Haw thorn, Ihought tile animal for £150 CIIHI antd tile llndertlaking to tipay to the Unlio tud £150 iiore out of the ritet istake to he won by the dog, which Ix tilll unnamed. The dog wan bred by lMervyn WVel ler, the local boy who liha reireid many big prize winners in Victorin.
CATHOLIC WOMEN'S SOCIAL GUILD SERIES OF EUCHRE PARTIES CONCLUDED. PROCEEDS AID DISTRESS CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
CATHOLIC WOMEN'S SOCIAL GUILD, SERIES OF EUCHRE PARTIES CONCLUDED. PROCEEDS AID 'DISTRESS CASES. The lat: of a oeres, of euchre par-. ties :;n. aid of the Catholic Women's SocialOGuild fund,, was hold on Mfon dl:y evening, 18th inst. Every table -was occupied and great interest was taken In'i;the Inst game. The winner of the ladies' prize was Mrs Mlacklan, and' the ogent's, Mr, Gasterstadt. For the .aggregate,-,the highest. number of ?amone for the serie, e rs I R.. anfleld and Mrs. A.:' Rhodes- were eual with I?th h rothe roceeds' -teso euchre parties, warnm material has boe?n: pur chioned ?nid, madeo into': clothiig ftr.'. neebody' ce, sby. meborseof. the Guild.- Groderies? o meat' and br'ead, haveo aleso ' bcn purchased..&lt; *'. ? ,The commttee wish to thank'-ln. coroyl all those. who helped'or lpatron 'Izedntheseuchre parties, and all who
PREMIERSHIP BALL HELD BY WARRENBAYNE TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
PREMIERSHIP. BALL HELD BY WARRENBAYNE TENNIS CLUB. A large crowd of dancers assembled at the Moorngag Hall on Wednesday night, the occasion being the Warren hayno tennis, premiership 'ball. . The hall was nicely 'decorated and 'the Iloor in good order. A very tasty sup nor was provided by the WVarrenbayno ladies, Dawley's Boomerang orches tra was engaged and a very enjoyable nlght's dancing resulted. 75 per cont. of the pronts are being.: handed to Mliss Dot James, also asheep rattled on her behalf, and given by Cr. A. HIeany,. wau drawn, and Cr. Ingram was the luckly man. -The proceeds from the sheep wore f4/18/. Mr H. .James was M.C. for thethe evening.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
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CARRYING HIS OWN GOODS ON A SUNDAY CHILTERN APIARIST FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
CARRYING. HIS OWN GOODS ON A SUNDAY CHILTERN APIARIST FINED. Thomas V. Sanders, apiarist, of Chiltern, was charged at.the Ben. alia court yesterday with driving a motor car carrying goods for. hire on a Sunday, .and was fined. Defendant pleaded not guilty. Constable Wilson prosecuted, and the Bench was occupied by Messrs I. W. Williams P.MI. and J. Serpell J.P. Constable Watson gave oevidence that he intercepted defendant on the Humo Highway, and defendant had a loud of honey, 1 bag of bran-a quantity of fowla.and some rock salt. Hie was taking them from Melbourne to Chiltern. Defendant told him that he was a beekeeper and poultry far mer and thought he was entltled to: carry his own goods on a Sunday. Defendant gave evidence that he was unaware that he could not carry his own goods on a Sunday. I-Ie was taking the honey back from Mel bourne to feed his bees. It had been a very had season In the North-East. It was his habit to go 'up and 'down to Melbourne about every fortnight. It ...
BRILLIANT PIANIST'S WIN RADIO PERFORMANCE PRAISED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
BRILLIANT PIANIST'S WIN RADIO. PERFORMANCE PRAISED.' MISS P+T. ;. HUGHES, daughter of _:Mr npd Mrs T. Hughes,? of Ben alla; who last week was successful in wining'the" section of Maple's P. and A. Parade at 3511 Shopparton' has re c'el?ed 'great pralse in "The '-Istener In:' :Tlhe critic says:-'Apart from the factrthat the major award might' have been- given to AMiss Patricla Hughes, pianist, of BIenalla, a instead. of, the, Clef Saxophone Duo, last Stinday night's awards by the P. and A;'.Par-. ado judges could not he faulted. ''he programme Included four turns re layed by 3SR Sheliparton. In my opinion the outstanding performance of the night was Miss Mi Hughes' play ing'of Chopin's Fantasy Impromptu. This is an ambitious work to attempt for any but the most accomplished musician, but the 'Benalla , pianist mado light-of Its technical dimcultloes, and gave an Interpretation whlidh set a genuinely high musiclanly standard. She has a delightful touch, and was assisted by the fact th...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
PERSONAL ?The. marriagbe will be celebratedat Holy Trinity Church, Kew, on Thurs day next; of Mr Cec. ' Gardner. of Benallas and ikess Norma Derhani, elder: daughter qf Mr and Mrs N. E. Derham; f- 21 Bay. Street, ew.. Prior to 'his mrriage, IMr Gardner was the guest of his friends at 'the Victoria Hotel onkiaturday, evening last when he was'ten iered a dinner. Air and MrsTackl Mason, of Rioch oster, ,have disposed of their business, and have come to Benalla and joined Stolz's, furnishers of~ ,'Nunn; Street:': Both Mr and 'Mrs Mason . are well' known Benalla residents, Mrs Mason being the only daughter of Cr. and Mrs Stole; .:Mr M. Forrest, of the Benalua post office, Is at present acting relieving postmaster at Tungamah. AIr Max Armstrong, who received a fractured arm some months ago, was again operated on and his many friends will be pleased to learn that he. Is progressing xsatisfactorlly. It will be' some weeks before he will' be able to leave hospital. Dr;. and Mrf'q LTTCurrie;,...
Benalla Stock Market BOURKE & THEWLIS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
'enUa>lStock Market ing held their usiual fortnightly market in the:- Corporation Yards. Bienalla; on Tuesday -last" .the; 19th inst., when they offered a moderate yarding.of stock to the usual attend once of the local tHade and district graziers and,: outsiders -from. Mel hourne,' Euroa, Murchison,;. .-Violet Town,? Shepparton, Devenlsh 'and ..St. James, who were in competition; with the local trade for both. ftisheep and fat cattle. 'The market " opened to kcen competition which was sustained throughout" and with the exception of dairy cattle all - classes of stock showed.a rise in values from last sale, this being particularly ".noticeable, In the fat cattle and pig sections. All lines. offered were sold at huction at highly satisfactory prices. " Quota tions: FAT SHEEP. A moderate~i yarding, iand, with, the exception of a few; pens the offering showed the effects of the season.. Top' price In our .yards was, obtained for. two pens of, -.,;pxceptlonally, choice quality wethers...
VICTORIAN COUNTRY PARTY PEECHELBA BRANCH CONGRATULATES PARLIAMENTARY PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
.'VICTORIAN COUNTRY PARTY PEECHELBA. BRANCH CONGRAT ULATES PARLIAMENTARY PARTY. I, ?ATra meetlng of thoe Pecnhelh branch of.the . United Country Party last Frilday, a motion was car ried "that thi' branch congratulate the Parliamentary Party on Its reso; lutlon of loyal support to the U.C.P. nnd ,ro-aflrms Its loyalty to the Con tral Council and the U.C.P." The secretary- Inn reporting on the membershipp said that they had heard s? much from the L.C.P. of the losses that. the U.C.P. was to suffer, that. It might be of Interest to know that 15 out of the. 16 subscriptions due In the *past month had been pad
PENALISING ALL FOR A FEW [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
PENALISING ALL FOR A FEW POINTING out that tho .conduct' of the vast ?mjority'. motorists 'was above reproach, thoe president 'of the ORA;C.V., Mr ?J. A Paterson, last weekocondpmned the ' over-regulation of motor. tramfc because of occasional fIolated'.cases of ''. excesslve :?speed. which resulted 'in accildents. Misbe-o liavoi?r by drivers "of motor vehicles, Mr..Paterson 'said, was. condemned .by all;right ,thinking motorists, wh9 realised- that recklessness was a men aco e;to other drivers and pedestrians alike:.? .He urged that the efforts of thi. authorities shbidld be concentrated throuigh:police oficers,. on catchlrin the ':,omparatlvely few offenders and revoking their licences. Until this was done the roads would never ibe safe.' Denying' that the R.A.C.V. had over condommed the spirit underlying the traille code, he said that it had contended that some of the ' clauses badly needed clear interpretation. The' club had more than once offered'cdn structive criticism, realis...
COUNTRY SHOP ASSISTANTS REDUCED HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
COUNTRY SHOP ASSIST nounced last" k Oa reduction 'of hours, for;' shop "assistants? ri, the countryby; one hour. making 47 for males and 40 for females. Increases have been :provided '~ for managers and departmental managers. The rates :for' manageresses and female assistants 'have been~ :lhciireased by amounts :varying from,; 1/ a week .to t/6. Overtime. gates are. provided- for work done, before 810' a.m. and 'after 12.30 ;p.m. on the.day 'on which 'the half-holiday 'falls.' 'The :deterrilna tion' aleo provldes. six' days', 'sick leave,: moving: :expenses for em ployees transferred from. one dis trict. to' anotheer and references for employees' when leaving.,: NEW REGULATIONS AT W'AN GA ftTTA;. "'The blusiness 'feoploe of: 'Wangar tta 'hado"gireed'to close their shope 't'T12.30 fi' it~ijifl1a Satutrd'ys ' 'nstead' of 1 o'cldck, '"hbich' has beeri the cus toni 'foz' a nuimber of ' years. The chmnge, which will, take effect frem' 'this- week.: has bcome necessary owing to the reduct...
GOLDEN VALE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
GOLDEN VALE .CLUB. Members": of the Golden Vale Club played a men's four hall best ball competition on' Saturday.: Results are:-R. White and C. White, '7' up; J. ?,larding .and J. Oleeson, 2 up; J.. 0. Cannon and L, 'B. Carron, I up; N.: Crossley .and Mh. Leahy, - up;. T.: L. Jenkyn and P..Sulllvan, squaroe; R. Stevenson and': partnor, square; H. McKenzle. and A;' C. Russell, 1 down;l H. B. Waller and H.' Simon, 1 down:; D. E, Malone and A. Sullivan ;-down; W. Dunn and o. Briggs, 3 down'. To-morrow 'a men'ss 18 holes s stlioo competition will hbe played,' and on: July 30, the first round of the charii plonshlpswillh be played.;? 1t GOLDEN VALE ASSOCIATES Saturday was Presidents daya the Golderi Vale links," :when' ai' 18 hole atroke: event' wans played con. currently -with an' 18 :,hole stroke' for limit handicaps who haid not won ia trophy this year. Twenty players took out' cards, . thei trophioes being donated by the, president, :Miss. A. Day. MrsI H. Simon breturned thoe best ca...
LICENSING PROSECUTIONS TWO LOCAL HOTELKEEPERS FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
LICENSING PROSECUTIONS TWO LOCAL IjOTELKEEPERS FINED.:, 'At the Benalla tourt onr' Thursday before llr I. ,V. 'iWlilliams" P.M., S. Davis, former licensee of: the Benalla Hotel, was -charged ?,?with '. three breaches of the Licensing .;Act;- viz., disposal;t bar door and porsoneson?the premises. - Suptii. Ofullano 'prosecuted ;r Mal., Ryan appeared foir the i d:e fondant.: ::On., the first ;charge defendant was fined £3, 'and was finedf£4 in reapect of the bar door.' The charge of hav Ing persons on - promlpes .,was with drawn. " Nine men found on 'the prentlfees were each fined 15/."'€9 ? ' Another man who- was charged with belng bn; liconsed promises on a Sunday. and with: glving a .false name was ilned :15/,on ,ich. charge., 'C. O'Shea,;'licenseo of the? Vic tora .Hotel was charged; with having, plersons on her;promises during pro hibited hours, and wasl fined :£2:.:Five men. found on the premises wore. each fined 15/.., :: ,,.Defendant was represented , by-Mr It.P..Leoweis.'
LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
LOCAL & GENERAL WELCOME RAIN AT BENALLA. Bonalla participated in the universal break In the weather which occurred on Tuesday last. Rain fell steadily throughout the day and night, and al together 48 points were recorded. Light falls were reported throughout thie district and farmers and graziers welcomed the break which came at a most opportune time. ANNUAL MEETING OF HEALTH CENTRE.-The annual meeting of the Boenalla Health Centre will he held on Thursday next, 28th July, at 3 p.m. The shiro presldent, Cr. T. all. Cook, will take the chair, and Cr. F. A.. Cook nM.L.A., will also attend. Sister Peckl will visit Ienalla that day, and, will give an address to the meeting. BRITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIA TION CONFERENCE.-The triennial conference of the North-Eastern sec tlon of the British Medical Assocla tlon was held at WVangaratta on Sat urday. Ahbout 40: were present in eluding Dr. .1. 1P. Major, president. and Dr. C. I-I. Dckson, secretary of the Victorian branch, and a number of ...
BEECHWORTH PRESBYTERY ANNUAL MEETING AT ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
BEECHWORTH PRESBY . TERY ANNUAL MEETING AT ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH. rrIlt annual meeting of the Beech worth Presbytern was held at St. Andrew's Church, Benalla, on Tues day, 19th July. Coinciding with :this, the half-yearly meeting of the Preos hyterlnl Asnoclatlon of the Women's Missionary Union was held . Dele gates from branches all over the North-East were present. Amongst these Benalla members were nleased to welcome Mrs L. J. Talt, of Tallati gattn, formerly a member of the Bennlla branch. Business sessions of both organisa tlons were hpid throughout the day. The, Rev... . . F. Sims, of Corryong, wvas elected as Moderator of Presby ery tfor the ensulng year. T'he State Moderator, the Rt. Rev. Karl. Forster M.A., and Mrs Forster paid an official visit during the day, .hlle. the Home Mission Director, the fev. . .I-. McLean Shugg B.A., was nlIa present. The Moderator addressed an open sesslon of the Women's .Mlasslonary Union in the afternoon, and also spkoke to the members of the G...
R.S. WOMEN'S AUXILIARY ANNUAL MEETING DISCLOSES SUCCESSFUL YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
R.S.:WOMEN'S A JXIUlARY ANNUAL MEETING DISCLOSES: SUCCESSFUL. YEAR.. ,;`.' MUCH useful work by the Woine' Auxiliary of the R.S.S.I.LA., wrs disclosed, at the annual meeting held last week. The president, Mrs:'Mur fitt, was in the chair, and there was: a good attendance of members. ANNUAL REPORT. The annual report -as submittod I was as follqws:--, .It Is with pleasuroe we submit th?d annual report of the, Women's -'Aux=' llary Rt.S.S.I.LA. for the .year.1937 1938. ?Our membership numbers' 58, with an average attendance: of 24.7 Meetings, are held monthly from March to December, on the secorid Tuesday in. each month. During the year the auxiliary was represented at various social afternoons ;.:held, by kindred clubs. We :. regret that clr cumstances did not permit us' to re turn that hospitality, during the past year. . , ; r Our finances show' i most satisfac tory balance, but this Is.an indication of better times and conditions;' Fol lowing our usual custom; .a Christmas cheer parc...
MILITIA NEWS 58th BATTALION. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 July 1938
MILITIA NEWS 58th BATTALION.,; , ON Thursday ovening of last '-week. Otheo competltion for the "tatcllffo". up wasfired o nn the miniature range ?_ In the Drill Hall. ':The exceedingly eL;i; cold evening was not r suitable for imlnliaturd:eshootlng, but'' In. splte of ~thls fact some exceedingly good-scoreP w ere put' on.ln 'thoe 10 yds. appilca tlon, Cpl, L. Chivorse was otop.with 47. f-, whilst" Cpi, :Rclly put. up a dplendld performance in'othe 10 yards rapid in o. Rsconds. scorin'7 beulls'e and 3 in ners,' .stotal: of 4?.7ePheo.tnargetused, w ?V?thoe 1. inch bull-20i yards secaled' :down to 25 yards: Unfortunately one "1 member wo'abseot and consequently theo team,'wii be at a great dieadvaf '.Igo whien the total sdore. Is compared. tho.thr'team s bfiring in"the corn rbRe to. Bourithe trpnhyn forn the' best.total for.the. eovening, went to Cpl * The follow0108 are d ., the ,,scores; Cpl tReillY 03, OCp. CChilvorsoand: Set:' S ewaft 80'Cprt"Bl: T.BurnfO 52, Cdt .;,. r` Thom s," 8...