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GOLDEN VALE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 July 1938
GOLDEN V ALECLUB. ..On Saturday last tho men of Gol den' Valeo Club played a- stroke com petiiton :over 18 ;holes, . the `winner being J, 0 Cannon with 68B tett; lBeet cards 'handed in wero.-J. G. Cannon, (23); 08; T. I. rJenkyn '(25), 69;: J.:Oleeson C (22),; ' 70y'- H._ Laity. ,(17), 72; :J. Hardingi.: (19);: 756 ': T. Thornburn ;" (27) :. 75; Hi McKenzie (15), . 78.-,' ; 7Next' Saturday the ,will be held as men's 18;' hole 'strokeo: competition for a' trophy donated by. Mr J. O'Shea, and concurrently with this' event the first round of I the A and -B division championships will be held. GOLDEN VALE ASSOCIATES. Golden Vale , assocites played a teams match .on Saturday over 12 holes. Teams' were selected by the presldent- and captain, and Mrs H. B. Waller's (captain) side were 'the vie tore with 20 up. ,Scores were as fol low :(president's', team first men tioned):-Mlss ,L. A. Day. lost' to Mrs H.,B.2Waller, 5 up; Miss Moebus v.' Mrb' ?. Croucher, sq.;: Mrs A. Sul 'livan lost to Mr...
NO-LICENCE DOES MEAN PROHIBITION EMINENT COUNSEL'S OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 July 1938
NO-LICENCE DOES MEAN PROHIBITION EMINENT COUNSEL'S OPINION. of Kyahram, and a brother of Mr Mfal. SUCII little doubt, s may. hav? re mained regarding the completo Identity of the terms' "No-Licence" and "Prohibition" under Victorian law hac been. cleared tll by an opinion given several days ago by eminent Victorian Counsel, whose name, under ta ruling of the B?ar Council it in not permitted to' pub lish. In the. opinion Counseol stated: 'If and when tresolution 1. (I.e. No Licence) takes effect the following position will exist." 1.-"lho manufacture of liquor will not he"prohibited but after mnnufacturo It can he sold only for delivery beyond the limits of the State." 2.-WiVthin the Slate of. Victerla the sale. supply, barter or dis piosal of liquor will be . illegal and pulnlhnable. rowuers and vignerone will -not lhe .nble within the law to sell or mnke delivery of liquor, and even if other retainlers wcere alo to elb "taln ullplleo of liquor from manufacturers, thoey could lnot l...
BENALLA TALKIES SATURDAY AND MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 July 1938
:BNALLA TALKIES SATURDAY AND MONDAY. EVERYONE ia going . to see the outstanding. program. Are you? Proclaimed na the greatest motion picture ever made with an undersea heat as its subject and locale, "Sub marine D-I" has been hbooked as the .feature attraction. It Is a Warner Bros. melodrama co starring Pat O'Brien and George Brent, and featuring Wayne ("Kid Galahad") Morris. In the making of it the United States Navy Depart ment deserven as much credit as the movie folk, for it throw open to the Warners its submarine establishments at San Diego, ' Coca Coco in the Panama Canal Zone,, and Newport R. I. The most modern \of submarine., omclally called the D-1 and also hear Ing the title of Dolphin, was used in all diving . and surface-running cenones. It was impossible, of course, In the limited .space aboard a real submarine to find room for camera and light crews. So the 'movie-mak ore built at the studio.. Also Guy .Rehbee in the comedy, "The Big Shot," together with Color Cartoon,...
LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 July 1938
LOCAL & GENERAL VISIT OF RAILWAY COMMIS SIONERS. - Commissioners' Harris and Canning made a tour of inspec tion of 3onalla and Tatong stations on Tuesday morning last. After in spection they expressed satisfaction at the condition of the Benalla sta tion. They also made an inspection of thoe Tatong line. DANCE AIDS UGLY MAN COM PETITION---A dance and euchre party In aid of Mr Tom Trewln, one of the candidates for 'the Goorambat ugly man competition, was hold at the Goorambat hall. There was a good attendance and novelty dances were staged. The Monte Carlo was won by Mr J. Young and Miss May Mar tin (Devenlsh), whilst the spot dance was awarded to Mr T. Carlyon and Mrs J. Cooper. The statue dance went to Mr C. Downs and lMiss K. Martin. Splendid music for the oc-, caslon was supplied by the White Star orchestra. - PAINFUL ACCIDENT.-On Friday last Julia Kelleher of l3addaginnieo, met with a nasty accident. , She was passing a dray In her backyard when her ankle became caught i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 July 1938
Watts,T urnbull & Co STOCK, LAND AND FINANCIAL AGENTS HEAD OFPICE, BENALLA. BRANCHES.-Wangaratta, Rutherglen. Dookle, St. James. Dcvenlsb, Violet Town, Euroa. Yea and Mansfield. Stock Sales also conducted at Yarck. Strathbogle, Ruffy. S rlmin, Bonnie Doon and Longwood. AGENTS FOR : The Famous "Cooper's Dip" (Manufactured in Aus tralla). . The Curator of Estates of Deceased Persons. The Commercial Union Fire Assurance Co. Ltd. r 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 setlction of Houses: and HOUSE AND BUILDING, BLOCKS or Prlte aale and intending buyershora uld make a ,- " :~.:point ofseeing our list ,' LOANS ARRANGED: Wo ri n arrange Loans over, Broad'Aares and T'Iownship Securl4ies; at 'the Lowest Current Rates of Interest. Strictest Sedrey.: WATTS,` TURNBULL AND CO.. 'Phone: 17..:.. BRIDGE STREET," BENALLA Robinson a...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 July 1938
PERSONAL )fr F. H. J. P. O'Loughlin, of Iagamble, who was appointed to the Sacancy caused through the transfer of idr B. Elvish from the Benalla .pot office, took up duty at Benalla on Tuesday. Early In 1939 Misses ,. Dolly and, Vicky Talochino will leave on the Orcades for a trip abroad. The many friends of iMr Thos. .Lndsay,, of Red Cliffs, and formerly i/ot Thoona, will regret to hear of his' wife's" death on , Wednesday, 23rd inst. The deceased 'lady. is survived 'by a family of three sons, Roy,:Wil "lam and- Ronald. S* * i Mr M. Forrest, who has been act ing postmaster at Tungamah, 'lcas 1 resumed duty at the Benalla office. :Mr R. T. Williams, of Junco, has. been holidaying .at Benalla with. his son, Mr Geo. Williams, manager of the Benalla Talkies. During his stay of three weeks, MAr Williams has had the opportunity of visiting many parts of this locality and :he is very Smpressed with the wbnderful pro gresslve spirit' of the people 'in. Ben alla and district. MAir and Afrs ...
CORRESPONDENCE "WOMEN REJECT PROHIBITION." To the Editor, "Ensign." [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 July 1938
CORRESPONDENCE "WOMEN REJECT PROHIBITION." To the Editor, "Ensign." Sir,-In your Issue of last week ap pears a contributed article under the above heading, picturing the women of Finland Ia rising as protagednlot of the liquor trade nnd Inviting their Victorian sisters to join them in tile fight against prohibition. All of which, 'evn ,if rue, In wholly Irrcloev ant. Finland' ha 'never' had any thing to do wlth no-licence, nor have the Victorfiin elector :, over .been asked to voto on the *prohibillon issue. The lmsue on October 8th in not prohibiltion. 13ut lost It should snooee that the re-lntroduction of lic oncea in Finland has created'a rather watery Ganrden -rf sEden, several facts nced slatlhig. ' ,' .. • (1) Prohlbition was repealed not as n result of sectional and Inspired agl tation from within, but solely through tlee line of economic boycott-"Sanc tlion" in tie modern word. Ilor main export is dried fish, her' main custom ers were Spain and Portugal, who aild for their h...
BENALLA-TUNGAMAH LEAGUE BENALLA v. KATAMATITE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 July 1938
BENALLA-TUNGAMAH LEAGUE BENALLA" v.: KATAMATITE. Bonalla oi;rneyed to Katamatite on Saturday, and althoughi :they .were without the services '-of soveral of their " prominent players, "they:: had a' fairly easy win. - Favored with 'the' wind, " Katama ,ilto gained. the a dvantageoin' 'the first quarter. S. O'Brien "reglstreod .Ban alla's first goal' and the hbmoe team replied :with a. point. :Katamnatlte launohld "the attack 'dn several occa staos and' added two: goals' and: eov eral 'points, and 'the term ended: with Katamatlto:a 2-3, Bonall 2-1.,:i+',. Bonalla had the btter of the play In the second quarter and forced the play throughout. The players crow ded the ball on the forward line and made scoring dimcult. Hicks was the outstanding player for oenalla. Glazebrook 'and alllett registered goals, for the visitors, and, the half time' scores were:--Bonalla, 4-3;' Katamatlto 2-4. Katamatite had the better of the play in the third quarter anq kicked three goals four behindi,. Hick...
FOOTBALL TATONG-THOONA LEAGUE VIOLET TOWN DEFEATS ALL BLACKS. POOR EXHIBITION OF UMPIRING. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 July 1938
FOOTBALL TATONG-THOONA LEAGUE VIOLET TOWN ,OEFEAT5 ALL POOR EXHIBITION OF UMPIRING. The FrlenIly Socileties' Beseryo was in splendid 7 condition when 'theso teams met on Saturday last, for. the second time thisn'season. The matqh had aroused .. considerable Interest and a fine attendance of enthusiasts was attracted. It was disappointing that the Jeaguo had not arranged for a first-class umplro. for such an im portant fixture , for the- general opinion during; and after the game, was that the contest had been on tirely' spolled by an umpire whose do cislons laked not .only • consistence, but' also any attempt; at .a' correct Interpretation of-the rules of the gaf01, with the result that the' play "ors ondboiW' sides wore' olten dumb f: uded 'at a, decilson, ' and what iromnilsed spectacular play wan ruined .byj the continual interruption of the umpire's : whistle. For, the " sake of football in thlsitown it is to.be hoped that'the oflclal in' 'charge 'r. of last w:eek's gameo will n...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938
ABOUT YOUR d POWER, KEROSENE/ Green - FOR SAFETY ! "Claims about Power Kerosene don't mean a .thing to me. I want Proof! Texaco showed me the proof of their claims as demonstrated in: tests at - the Hawkesbury Agricultural' College and other testing grounds; but I went further. I proved those claims myself. Up here on tile Tractor I know that with Texaco Green Super Power Kerosene, the engine keeps cooler and gives more power. I cover more ground;. and at the end of every, day I know that I've saved a substantial amount of kero. You can get the same results." " (factr based on atual testimnts asn file at Texaco oeceas throuhout Australlia.) % TEXACOO SUPER POWER KEROSENE 1K:.48 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!"...
PRIME LIMA STATION HEIFERS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938
PRIME, LIMA STATION HEIFERS The outstanding feature o( the last two Bonalla~ marketH .hna been the consllgnmont of veiy prime Black Pall speyod helfers ponned on behalf of .? Mr: H.; J:. Olilny a of Lima S.tation. Twenty-elght of those heifers real hsed up' to £16/10/, which Is a record for a line of three year olds. They were the centre of spirited competl ilbn and were necured by local butch era. '-The aselling agents were Watts, Turgbu|l ¢nd, Co,
GOLDEN VALE CLUB. First Round Championships. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938
GOLDEN VALE CLUB. First Round Championships. "A" Divilion.-O. J. White 80, 11. White 82, H. McKenzle 86, D. E. Mal one 87, H. J.1. Laity 90, a. Long 02. "B" Dlvlilon.-J. G. Cannon 89, J. Oloeson 00, P. Sullivan 90, L. B. Gar son 96, A. Sullivan 96, H. Simon. 18 Holen Stroke for, Mr J. 0. O'Shea's Trophy.--l. White (18), 6i4; J. G. Cannon (23), 66; P. Sullivan f(24), 66;: O. J. White (14), 66;: .J. Oleoson (22), 68; H. McKenzie (15), 71; A. Urquhart (27), 71; 11t. Steven son (26), 72; T. L. Jonkyn (25), 72; II. Laity"(17), 73; L. B. Garson (22), 7i4; A. Sullivan (22), 74; 13. Simmnond: (26), 74; ?,.- Vaughan.- (26), 75; II. Simon (21), "75; T. 'Thornburn (27). To-morrow's Events. Next Saturday, August 6, the sec nlnd round of the championship will lie hold concurrently with an 18 holes stroke competltion for a trophy don ated iby Mr H. Simon. GOLDEN VALE ASSOCIATES. Golden Vale associaten played an 18i holes stroke competition on Saturday. Mine IlHpkilns returned the heost card '97.3...
Molyullah News GOOD SEASON PREDICTED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938
Molyullah News . GOOD bSESON PREDICTED. Hf rocent rains have greatly on h 'hanced the prdospectis of a egood s"eason, ial fairmers ogenerallyar da - lighitcd ithI thoeliroalects. Dairymen report, tlnt -the .suiply has shown an, increase,e while lanmlhing is now .ell through ,thlo? season, and., ,very guood percentages are reported. : 'YILL FUND IN CREDIT. At a recent mooting aof t.he ol ullah haull committeb, ..-the balance 'hoot discloeed a.. sublitantial credit balancei: ,Eulog?stic 'reference ,,was ?imade to the manner in whic~ h R or.J. O'Det lies liept the ,. books. Refer enco:i was aloe made to the very sat lfalctory, way in which Mlr H. WsLt wood has acted as caretaker. Ar .T. O'Dea t was re-elected, secrotary, and Mr WVetwood was again appointed carotaker. EFFORT-FOR HOSPITAL. Thl' Watngaitta lospital Auxiliary is making: arrangements to hold the annual concert and danco for the \aitngaratta. IHosplial early In. Sep telibher. The date will be 'announced in thesno'columnlin v...
GOLF NOTES BENALLA CLUB. CASEY ISLAND TOURNAMENT [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938
GOLF NOTES BENALLA CLUB. ýCASEY ISLAND TOURNAMENT 'On Saturday nexttheo Casey Island tournament wlll:bo.c?pducted. Events will be an 18 holes stroke handicap for, members and associates, with trophles for best nett scores out. and in. Entry fees covering all events will 'be 3/ for members and 1/6 for a'ssoctates. Good trophies will be given for the events and ns proceeds will be allocated towards reducing the' mortgage on the island property, and thus bringing nearer the day When the club can enjoy 'the use of the land free of rent itlis hoped that members and assoclates will give ithe tournament a full measure of sup port. On Saturday last a four ball best hall against bogey was played with the following results:- D. McKenzie and' D. Leonard, 2 up; V. Sheppard and D. Webster, 2 up; L: A. Sayers and I. Gunn, 2 up; A, W. Grubb and F. itarrleon,'2 up; At. Illingworth and C. Elvish, 2 up;:R I. Wilkinson and G. Nanon, 1 up;" G. V. 'Cowan and O. Oliver, ,sq; A. C. Criehton and D. Reilly,...
DIGGERS MEET REPORT BY DELEGATE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938
DIGGERS. MEET REPORT :BY DELEGATE.. . A MEETING of members of the '13enalia branch of the R.S.S.IJ..A, was lold on Wednesday evening last, when 'upwards of 10 Diggers attended Mlr G. Nanon the president, wan in the chair. The main business of the evening was to receive the report of the delegate (Mr A. W. oescoo) to the recent conference in Melbourne. Owing to pressure on our space, the full report as submitted by Mr Hos coo has been held over until next Is0u0 Final preparation .were made for the old-timoe allto beho held on Thurs dlay evening next. On behalf of Dr. Davies, Mr G. Say presented a photo of The Somme to the branch. 'rhe presldentl (Ilr Nnoon) who ac copted the gifton behalf of membors, CxpreOsed appreciation for the Doo tor's generous gesture.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938
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BACK TO MINYIP. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938
BACK TO MINYIP.- A ''Back to Allnyil" (Victoria) 'movement han been launched, and in being strongly organised. The eelelrations will commence on Mfonday, October 17, ;ne? will continue until Sunday, Octo ber 23. An attractive programme of ntertininments In leing arrangerd for the week, which includes the Agrictl tural Society's Jubilee : how, sports meeting, back to schnol,, )all, con cert, ro-unions,' etc. All former resl dents of Afinylpaiieo rergi?bted to for wrrd 'their nanos' and addrensoa to theo secretirry,who:?vil' forward Invl inatlini to them.' The secretary is Mr 3. F. H-onstridge, Box 126. Alinylp. Phono .. '
TATONG v. VIOLET TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938
TATONG V. VIOLET TOWN. In order to meet the numerous re quests of the Swanpool public and In respect of a promlese made earlier In the season, the Tatong v. Violet Town match to be played next Sat urday will be played at Swanpool. It is anticipated that. a very good game will result. The Tatong team will be stronger than last Saturday as their usual half-back was ,absent from the side on thatd'ocaselor2i