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AS[?] P[?]S' DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 July 1938

second nal dance in aid their hip fund was held ennbers Convent Past SA In the Ilemorlal on Ta eenng last. A numbu e attended and lit at is expected. dle a ttd suapper. lent ta provided by" the va D an extras helng I by at l KIrwin and Air Murphy Caster. president), black mains rimmings i cretary or f lack eorgette t t relieved V. Dre fltoral marocain A. ill pink satin I. Mead ten taffeta L. Guap floral taffeta N. O'F lue satin Ilourke, eorgette lsthop, satin Shic old lame I. Sch or, floral natln Vearne, satin L.ten burgundy mata Olier, georgette llDoan georgetto over ilte velt I. Arma t ksatin tevens figured satln I. Arnot romaine with a.l W1W reen taffeta worn tih pink V. Beu ck ring velvet Cald at sa in . King matalasee We ell pink organzan .M cen figured satin 1t. Fr emon tanffeta reelnndo taffeta C. IIn erald green geor Ltoe ). Fitzl k angel sklin cC whi lacquiered .Vran white net over Lowie do nil green or tliani een organza arks I ripple cloth I. lat con taffeta I. Whit n rom...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOLF TOURNEY AT WARRENBAYNE NORTH THE WINNERS: [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 July 1938

G6LF TOURNEY ATr, ,i':?ý RRENBAYNE NORTH *THE WINNERS:':. Man's Championship-J. Wa dies. i Ladies! Cllamsionship-Mrs B. 'Ses Mixed Fdursomoes Championehip.-J, Wardle and Miss M.e 8ssions. Men's Foarsomes. Championship.--J. Wardle? and J ;Youin g ?i, Men's Handicap .' Heywoad Ladiesn Handicap-Miss J.iBurns.MH a Mi xed Foursomos +H andicap.- Mr and 'Mrs Robainsonh Mon's. Foursomes Handicalp.-A;. Raob .:ins iand; A Browning;.;: Secret 9,: Holaes-NN Haocking.:i: Secret S Hales -Mrs 8 Secsions. The "arrenhbayno". North :iannual golf tournan ent held "'.on arituilday, iw:'a' ':hlirge 'gather I ngof .golfer t. from Switnli?;: ,VWarrenhriyno,' Taronok, and the: homeo clubs. I -h h cl:.o"oinditiono were ideal "for golf a'nd' everyone had a goodl day's outing. The conmmlttee had arrangeomenta :well In': hand and all events piased off" wlthiout *a hitch. Outstanding:. amongst the trophles displayed- were the Associatlon cups,, donated, by. Mlrx S. Noonan, the' "l.n sign,' 'for th besat: nett a...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 July 1938

FOR BETTER BABY WEAR . U IIlCl nunnlltii nmfixtl llillllll l MIInlI ilalltllll l il Don't Forget! APEX BALL Next: Tuesday - Shire Hall SATURDAY & MONDAY YOU CANT AFPORD TO MISS THIS.' GEORGE BRENT in . "SUBMARINE D DI" " '] " GUY 'RIBBEE IN r. :x THE- BIG SHOT" 't CARTOON, SHORT, OUR GANG, :NOVELTY, NEWS. ?r €)NOTICE.-Coma early, Scrooning" comr 'ncesm"t 7.40 -sharp (x- Denotos' Not ,Suitable for ,General Exhibition { ý., otheo"rs General Exhibition). - . :··· 1J Marie Frock Shop BRIDGE STREET BENALLA (Two Doors from Savings Bank) HUGE SALE HATS FROM 5/. RAINCOATS FROM 14/11 FROCKS FROM £1. EVENING WEAR FROM 26/. HUGE REDUCTIONS IN COSTUMES, COAT FROCKS, BLOUSES, SKIRTS, JUMPERS, GENUINE REDUCTIONS THE- - 10 5ý 2 NTRODUCING new principles of con struction developed in the great Philips Laboratories, the "Ton Fifty-Two" is the ideal low-priced, all purpose mantel radio for world-wide reception. Of outstanding beauty, the 1052 combines remarkable performance with brilliant ton...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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COUNTRY RACING AFFECTED BY CITY BETTING. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 July 1938

COUNTRY RACING AFFECTED BY. CITY BETTING. GQREAT Interest taken in , Sydney and, Melbourno races has resulted in country iracing, prospering, hut It Is stated, It Is only.due -to ,the Iook makers at all : country meeooting bet tlng;'on the metropolitan events. Country owners and,. trainers com ianlin, however, that they are unmale to make betnson: their Iorses,:.hecause tile bookmaklcor arb too husy with the city races.: . Corowa Racing- Club views the matter seriously, and Is cir cularising, theo clubs a- -ffiliated with the - Southern. District Racing Asso clation for'suppDrt in at move tc com pel bokmnnakers 'to cease betting on metropolitan races ten 'mni nutes be-) fore the: start' of, each race at. local meetings. It is .expected jthe move will 'mee't:with the approval of the clubs. ,lThe ..qucstion will .be con sidered' atthel annual meeting .of the S.D.R.A. next' month. ARE YOU CORRECTLY ENROL LED ?-Tho new 1938 electorali rolls to .he uiseld in. connection , .with the forth...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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GOLF NOTES BENALLA CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 July 1938

GOLF NOTES BENALLA CLUB. The second round of Benalla Club championships was played on Satur day. Results:- - -A. Grade.-L. Sayers,.. 72-75-147; G. Nason, 77-73-150;' 0.. Oliver, .78 ; 78-166;: :' Perrlin,' 78-790-157; 0. S.Cowan :,-80-80-160; R. L.: Wilkinson, $13-78-161;' A; Forbes, 77-88-165 T. T. Clarke, 806-86-172. "B" Orade.-A. Scholes .82-77-159;' " P. Murphy, 83-81-164; ':C. Cumming, 82-83-105; : ::'Carter, 86-:79-1661 .Rev. L ' Wilkinson,, 84-82-168; "H. Hanlon, 88-81-169; W. 'Critthew, 83-90-178;: T. Clarke Junr. 84,80-172; S. Thomas, 86-87-173; AL Thompson,' 84-90-174: N. Christensen 87-88-175:; T. Double day,. 88-01-179; L. Crawford, 87-92 179; V. Sheppard 85-08-183; M. Cleary 90-86-182;, S. Mellor, 08-92 190. ' . S":"C" Grade.-B-. R. Rickards, 84-90 .:174;: N. McNlcol, 86-92-177 .T: V. Cowan, 83-96-170; J. Galvin, 87-92 179; A. Walker, 03-89-182;' R. . Murray; .85-99-184; D. McKenzle, 'p,00-92-192;. T. La Peyre, 97-96-193; N. Edgar, 08-95-193; S. Sullivan, 95 104-9900; E...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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CITY OUTLETS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 July 1938

CITY OUTLETS r?IE suggestion that -outlets from the city to, main country ,high ways should be Indicated by' colored patches printed on telephone poles eor lamp posts has been welcomed by.the II.A.C.V., whichl believes. that. they would be of great service to both' city and country motorists. An "alterna tive would be a system of .numbering the main State highways; using the numerals as approach signs.. This system Is widely adopted In Britalp, France, U.S.A., and other- countries. In Victoria.the Country ltoads Board would bo the authority to allot; the numbers.. Adoption of such a scheme would facilitate egress from the lar ger cities, witlout the need for fro quent large and comparatively expen sive signboards, and would provide a ready means.of 'posting, the route thiroughout-its length. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BORDER TROUBLES.-Motorists " who . are travelling into South' Australia` are warned by the .RA.C.V. to exercise care to satisfy all requirements as to permits at the flrst polic...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 July 1938

AND THE HOP GROWERS' -ý.__- ??--.--.-_ ., army of pickers. The hops are then carefully treated in modern hop kilns to produce the inTheCarton & United Breweries for the brewing of wholesome Lagersa Stout and Bitters. The hop -growers have great faith in the future of their interesting industry, which Ilike somany other Australian industries, has received great encouragement and support from The Carlton & United Breweries: ; ';f o T e . . ..·"·;' I ' " C:ARLTON PRODUCTS COMPRISE THE FOLLOWING BEERS: :'. F OSTER'S LAGER ..MEL.ORE TTER' I:ABBOTS LAGERIr VICTORIA BITTEZRvpd' Carlton Alp k Carlton Special. Alte * Carlted Rhaki Stout h Carlton Pirseuer t Carlton. Viking Stout i Abbots. 'Invalid Stout Abbots Doble Stout CARLTEON.AND. UIIITED BREWERIES .LTi.` HEAD OFFI*CE-,' 16' BOUVERNE STREET,.cAILToNER. . ABBOTS~~~~ LAGER *VCOIABTE Cadon l.* Culon peal te* Cdto KakiStut Crrin itane CaR~nViig tut* Abbo invaid Stu bosEgtaDut tu CAL NADUMTDBEEIE T. HEDOFC: 6 GVRI TET ALON: i...

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PLANE FORCED DOWN AT BENALLA "SILVER CITY" DEVELOPS OIL TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 July 1938

PLANE FORCED DOWN AT BENALLA "SILVER CITY" DEVELOPS OIL TROUBLE. T E Silver City,. onolof the latest .14 pansenger planes,' owned by Ansett Airways Ltd., developed oil trouble on Its way to Canberrn, and -was forced down at'lBenalla on" Mon day last. MOST MODERN PLANE. . A blockage in. the oil tank necessl tated a stay for one and a half hours and several tow?nspeople took the op portunity of maklng an Inspdction of .the plane. 'Consldered to be one, of the most modern planes ,It has a" top cruising speed of, 2Q miles an hour. The cabin: ls equipped with electric fan, two-way wireless set and all the necessary conveniences for the coni fort of passengers. : FIRST FORCED LANDING. The plane had, flown thousands of miles and it was the first time that it had tomake a forced landing.

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BASKET BALL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 July 1938

BASKET BALL . IN the Bonalla Association, basket ball matches on ,BSaturday;.P.G.P. A team defeated Methodist A team, scoring 82 goals' to 11. P.O. F. B team and Methodist B team met;. the latter winning by 17 goals to' 11. " . The match between St. Joseph's B pnd Benalla Greys resulted in a win for St. Joseph's by 17 goals to 12. " Snake Gully B and Benalla Blue met on the locals' ground where Snake Gully won. The game was played well to pystem, although Snake Gully had a strong centre In M. Weller. It was a very good game, the goaler being very strong for Snake Gully. ,During. the football. Interval; the girls had a large and in terested crowd of spectators, who .thproufhy enjoyed the r .th-. .

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TO-MORROW'S FOOTBALL MATCH [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 July 1938

TO-MORROW'S FOOTBALL MATCH EBNALLA will be at home to Dev onlah to-morrow (Snturday), when a good game in expected. W-hen Benalli meot Devenlsh orn the: latter's ground' in the last.' i,'ound', Bloralla' won. by nine' points after, a veryi, e~en game. 'An Deienisi' sildoe has Im proved the imatch ahould be' well: coi teeted.i:: . : , : :. ! ;4Tho Benalln team :',will ' be- choeen' from the following:-W. .Hicks,;G. McLean, F. GOlazebrook, -`.' Cogger, B. O'Brien; 8. O'Brien,'L. Spencer,, R. Spencer,: L.' Stevens; R. Goodman,' R. Glllett, M Duinne,' J. Sykes, . McInneny, E. Williams, B. Squires, J.r Hunting; Keith Rhodes, H.Briggs, J; Holloway, R. Burns, M. Heard.

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MINIATURE RANGE SHOOT Good Shooting by Several Teams [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 July 1938

MINIATURE RANGE SHOOT the Good Shooting by Several Teams Let. lay ubA VIr?Y paleant time was spent the at the Benalia Drill Hall on Mon ire day evoning, last; when the teams 1e- hereuindr took Ipart In. a miniature tar rifle range shoot, The teams wore welcomed by' the Adjutant of the 8th U- Light Horse (Lieut. B. Canning), and Y' the conditions of the shoot explalned. edV Warrant-Olmcer C. Rt. Cogger was in 1CO charge at the firing point and duper. sly vised the detaill In a very escient manner." nd Results (8 shots, possible score 40): III 58th Battalion. e W.O. Ioe .. .. .. .. . .. 30 he Sgt. Stewart ... .. 39 t Cpl. Chlvers .. ... .. 40 of C. Burns .. . . 40 X. Cpl. Relly .. .. .. 40 o0- 18 r- State Electricity Commission. AMr Cluigaton ... .. 40 ll Air Schneeborger . .. 40 be Mr McAuliffo ....... . 40 re Mr.;Cameron ... 38 SAr Smith .. .. . 37 30 109 ," P.M.F. Llout. Canning . . ...... 37 WV.O. Cogger .. .. .. ... 40 V.O. Danson .. .... .. .. 40 W.O. AMurphy, .. .. .. .. 39 W.O...

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SPECIAL SHEEP SALE [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 July 1938

SPECIAL SHEEP SALE ,WATTS TURNBULL & "CO. report having hold a special sheep sale at the Benalla yards on Tuesday last, when they had a fair yarding to buy ers from the surrounding district, Euroa, Ryabram, .Wangaratta and Violet Town. They effected a total clearance except one lot. Quotations: -Ewes and lambs, 33/1, 22/6, 20/6: owe weaners, 26/, 21/6, to-10/; Wether weaners, 19/6, 18/, to 1/,; wethers, o0/6, 19/8, to 18/,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 July 1938

-n ýmA if the tank contains TEXACO ! You'll get quicker starting--. more power -- more miles. Be guided by the rdifesults of authen tic tests conducted by Australian Ebile Clubs ... get Texaco ... to-day! T XACO PETROL STANDARD or SUPER 75.248 AGENTS: A. MILLER AND CO., BENALLA. LIDGERWOOD BROS., DEVENISH. W. J. TONKIN, GOORAMBAT AND THOONA . My Daddy : is Selling Me to a Brewery! HE SAYS he's sorry, but it's just got to be done! I asked: "Why?" and he said: "Well, men must have jobs, and they won't have jobs in breweries if nobody drinks beer!" An' I said: 'Do you want me to drink beer by and by, daddy? 'Cos, if you drink it, I ought to drink it too, oughtn't I". Ihat's just like selling me to the brewery as a customer for by and' by, isn't it? And daddy got cross and said: "You don't understand !" An' I said: "Yes, I do daddy! Yes, I'll be able to have 10 or 11 pots and knock a cyclist into the air with my motor-car, when I'm a real customer of the.brewery, won't I, like the man i...

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BIG FILM NEWS BENALLA TALKIES. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY. For Two Nights Only. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 July 1938

BIG FILM NEWS BENALLA TALKIES. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY. For Two Nights Only. E~RROL Flynn and Anita Iourne In nnn of the year's outstandlng at traction, "Green Light. The critics have pasegd this picture an excellent. Favorite Melodies Hoard in "Irish For' Luck." One of the most .attractive features of the Warner Bi'on. Flrnt National comedy, "Irish For Luck" in the selection of favorito old melodies speelally Included In the production. Sthannon Flows," "Maecuhbla,' "The wood, In the roles of the two sweet hearts who set out to win fame and fortune as singers, display unusual vocal abilitioes which the excellent re cordilng and novel settings aid con siderahly Songs which are heard against the background of such widely different scones as the streets of Dublin, to a lavish and modernistic iroadcasting studio at the B.B.C.r London head cuarters Include:-"Where the RIver Shannon Flows," "Mncashla,' "The Mountains of Mourne," "I Know Where I'm Going," "Off to Phlla dolphia" and "Cockle...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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BADMINTON CHAMPIONSHIPS PLAYED AT BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 July 1938

BADMINTON. CHAM PIONSHJPS PLAYED AT BENALLA. : aON ' Saturday :fternoon, and ovcnlnr Iast the` North-=El· diern bridmint l In champlonallps were- played .aut, Bet talh at Trinity and St.' Androew' hlltlll Altogether n53 ntlice Owere receive from Methodists,t St.* Andrews, Trin ity clubs of, 13enalla;i, and Wangaratta I)Dolntailed teAUlts ae . as .follow LADIES':. SINGLES. o First . ouitolnd.- Ri. . Henry d x Miss L.- I P?Innnx,'',1-8; Mi'n-e Mo artin d..Mina ts 1 O,, 1565-; tls ,D. 13owver 1. Mnlls ','-.. 11 enry, 15-5 It fiss... Bower d. M?Ifs J. Flnnl, I. 1I-12,. Second Itotnd.o-Mlessn H. Vohlorra d Miss 1. Coudle, 17-14;: lMII'T5 M a, Af?n - tin d. Mins It HIenry, 15-3: Miss D 1 .Bowelr d. Miss ]. .Boy.er, 15-1: Miss I . T llim.ir, d•. Minnlfilr' Firth 15-n. Soml-flnlins.--tMrns oilern d. AMisn * Martin, 17-1I1:Mnlri i M;vower di MiAs Al. Williams, i I-2. , '1IntlF.--Mlli 'D. Bower, (Boenlla) d iMrs 'Voihler`' (WVangaratta), 21-18. " MEN'S DOUBLES. First ITound.-A Smith nd Rt. St...

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BENALLA GUN CLUB SUCCESSFUL YEAR REPORTED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 July 1938

-. BENALLA GUN CLUB SUCCESSFUL' YEAR' REPORTED. A: credit. balance n of £44/7/ was shown' on this yoar'ae operations of the Benalla Gun Club at the annual meetin'g of-members held at the Commercial Hotel on ilg Thursday evening, of. !ast week. Ion ,rn. Mr Mnl. Ryan, thie iresident, pre lli. sided, andil. othras. present ' were reel lessra AL. Evans, P. Clancy, Jl. In- James, L;F'oldtniann, c. Dlhunond,' H. Fto ox, WV.: FIrth, Dr. McCardel,.and the neci'etiry, MIr It. 11: Cartlitow The treasurer (Mr H. lFox) pro sented i balance shoot which showed recoleipts ri140/11/10, and a profit of id. £44/7/l, with only a few minor out sA standing accoullnts. It 'TheU, lresldeilt congraitultted the ': trneasurer on thue splendid Ibalanco Is, leolt, and sadd that it was more sat Ilfactory Itn view of the fact that during its flint ycnar of operation the r. 'club had spient £13 In tranI anid £16 D. in ground Inlprovemenlts. There 00 weCl;e ot niinny more imlprovements necessary. Tho clubl could l...

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High School Parents' Evening LARGE GATHERING ON WEDNESDAY EVENING [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 July 1938

High : Sclhool P arents' E]2vening LARGE GATHERING ON WEDNESDAY EVENINGI?r A friendly spirit of co-opsration between teacher*s and :parenti o;. pupill attending the Benalia High School wwas shown when the annutl Parents' Evening was. held.at the. chool on Wednesday evenlng las The headmaster,- Mr Garion, referred to -the' benefits whtich' wil derived from the new Arts -and Criaft School,~;iwhohi Vwould later develop Into a Technical ' School Schoo should, the dermand'- war rant It. ''ho guests -about 150 .parents -and frIlnds-lwero receilvedi- lrin 'the en trance hall by the Headmaster, Mr.L. D. Carson; the presidentb ofthe'Wel fare Club, Mrsa . Kennedy; . and a member of tho.staff, .Mis S .: Byrn6. SA soolal, evening had been.arranged, and in 'the various' rooms the guests were entertained at" bridge,. :euchre, and competitions. The prize winnors for .the respective. gaimes were:--Mrs 0. White, Mrs. Maxwell, Miss Ledger and AMrs 'Birch; In :making the pres entatlons ofp book ends a...

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YO[?]EYES [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 July 1938

tona, odern lIving has a your eyes un la r1I e-t.tlmo .of ns. es are' to all life, tey deserve of Yet many people egled r eyes by contln ao 1 I strained con p leg with cheap I the advantages dern al science has thth Posal. Although may r slmilai* In gen arn re Is a vast dif u opt quallties, and In Sfro Your eoyes. S iest tIn. optical nts . Sutherland ndi iuali pticlans,' Suther ri rie,'treet;;nivh ad ney Street, Euiroit pdii·:

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WIN FOR TWO BADDAGINNIE DOGS AT BENALLA CLUB'S JULY MEETING. SPEED STAKE WON BY SMART CUBBY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 July 1938

WIN FOR' TWO BADDA GINNIEigDOGS ~ ;y , AT 'BENALLA- CLUB'S JULY i JMEETING. In SPEED STAKE WON BY SMART di?. . CUBBY. T T E first, meeting iagedi. by the S 1o3enalla Coursing,Club. this sea a Mon :W w oasheld on Satuirday last in Sidtloal'condlItons. Very 'good nomina n tions were rceioved and :dogR' were lireoent from as far n? Natlhalln. The mali evnt ' 'of the' day, ?thle iMallden Stake,. attracted 10i nonilnari tlons and after, Home oexcellent Cour SIlng;the, nddaglnnlo''- dog,: Kilal's Stops,' ownetd by ?Ir J; Mn, fakled the Nathalia dog, Lone Watcli by iix l'1ngtlis; to win thie o"'-tlale by. five points. `In .tlie Puppyl Stalto, M?r. J. Mck recorded tn double :ith ' MlIss lilal; 'The Class event: went to Mlrs A. 'Byrnes'. Young Sarso. /Thle local dog, .Smart Cubby, ownedal y lAAt, A1 . M ur plhy; defetated Mily Noel Browins ;Fawn Cubby ':In thi lrinal of' the Spoed Stake. Mr W. Davlsi giave ervery snatlsfac tlnn ats .Juldge,; whillst :l r lack ..IrIf llths: lilpped In:lhi us ...

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COUNTRY GOLF CLUBS BROKEN CREEK CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 July 1938

COUNTRY CGOLF CLUBS BROKEN CREEK CLUB. Club members foind play Iboth In .teresting annd enjoyable In the'splen did conditions prevaillng at the links on Saturday last, when they played under hmndlicaliu for the first time. With iobaoy for the course sat at 32, handicaps were naturally on thed high side, and the best score off the stick was-40, made by V. ' eaney, who later offered a trophy to he Ilayled for over four Saturdays, under han dicap conditions. The final result of the afternoon's play ? waxn: , win for Edgar Osborie with a nett score of 27, whllo Mrs Osborne, M?ss A. Splnka and MlIas M1. Feldtmann each with 29 'are to ply. off to decide the winner. The best nett scores han dd 'ln' are the followvlng: "Men.- . Osborne 27, J. Sharp 2,' R. N. WVright 29, .T. Rosco 30, R. Splnks 30,. 3). !ArMelkleo 30; WV. Heanoy 31. C. Wright 31,: T. Phelan 31; IH.? Osborne 32. . Ladlos ?.TIIss A: Spilnks 29;' , Is r. Foldtimann, 29, AMrs T.' Osborno 29, AMrs' R.'H V. Wright 31,. MIss f.' Sh...

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