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BENALLA TALKIES SATURDAY AND MONDAY Ben Blue in Cast of "Big Broadcast of 1938." [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938
BENALLA 'TALKIES SATURDAY SAND MONDAY. Ben Blue in. Cast of "Big. Broadcast Sof'1938." BEN Blue, comedy dancer and songbird, who, scored so sensa tionally in "Thrill of a Lifetime," "Artiistse iin Models" and "Turn Off the? Moon," ' Is :rominentl, feratured in the cast of Paramount's "The Big Broadcast of 1988."'? ',The Blg Broadcast of 1938" starn WI' C. .Fields, and .features Dorothy Lamour, Shlirley??rose, and Bob -Hope in . tio. supporting; cast. Specialtiesn. yKCirstoen Flagstead of thoe AMetropolitarn Opera, Shop Fields( and his Rippling Rhythm Orchestra and Tito Gulzar.i ' "Hoplobng"' Rides Border Country in NewA:Romance. "lIopalong Cassidy," famed moving picture hero, gets his man where the Texas Rangers and the Mexian secret polioe fail in tho latest of the popu lar Cliarencc9 -E. Mulford-Paramonnt pilcture, "Borderland." T..,hb manialn: this adventure In an 'outlaw whdso'. ,depredations along the lRio Oran?le have baffled the law ndforcement agencies of both coun tries. In...
SWANPOOL HERD TESTING ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938
SWAWFSOOLHERD TI4ST. INGASSOCIATION HID annual; general' nmeeting of the' Swanpool and ,District Herd Test-I ilng 'Assocblitlon was held in the' :Swn ppol. Hall e on" Thursday,' July: 21st. The attendance was only fair.' but. the' foi staunch' ,members who: zittended, showed by their enthusiasm their idea of the' necessity for the, continuancoe of this, movement. BALANCESEET. THil balance sheet which 'fiea's: follows,'was coinsildered very satis factory: iLRedelptis. -Membsrs' entry fees'£ 2;' m'mjmdrs' testing fees -currient, £107/16/;, arrears, .£22/9%i/1' calf marking fees, 1/11/9;= calf certifl cates; 3/6;° suibsidy -Sthite, 1030-37 (2);' £106/10/: Sltate?' 1?9713678 '"(first half), 137/7/4;', 'Commonwealth,, £25 0/8;" balance'lanik of:N.S.W, 830/638, ,14/13/ Total,' 6317/3/4 ~Exponditure. -- Balance,: 30/6/37, £51/6/3: testers' wages;' £200;,? testers' petrol fees, £16/4/: testers', calf marking,' £1/11/3;': secretary, ' £25; 'auditor, £1/i/:; :eulpment, .:material; £4/8/1i aci...
COUNTRY GOLF CLUBS BROKEN CREEK CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938
COUNTRY GOLF CLUBS BROKEN CREEK CLUB. ' The popularity oftho Broken C reek 'golf links was proved last: Saturday afternoon, "when the tournamitent was held to asslst the popular Concilllor ,Mr Harold:' Wallace-in hls candida ture fdir the ugly 'man :icortipettlion wnas held, :During the morning rain fell heavily,h.hut about :11.30: thoe;'sk cleared and :;the sun; 8shohoe ; but' tip until this.time players ;had:the-feeling that the afternoon'saenjoymentiwould have to' be ?'.~itandoned.; However, punctually to . time quite a'gathering was seenwrlth'? good llsprinklingof. visitors, and play -was entered into wirthmuch enthusiasm, and. at the end of'the. afternoon it was found that MrJ., Ellisi and,, :.Mlissa J;' Spinks were the winners. The' putting competition, too, "proved ve:ory popular, mand 'after '.many entrles haid been "played' off-Pwhile rain was still fllling heavily--lt who found- that; Mlss Mabel -'oFeldtmonn carried' off :the prize. " A.:fter aft'ernoon t tea had Ieen :ser...
The Free Gift Coupon System STATE-WIDE OPPOSITION BY TRADERS CR. COOK, M.L.A., HEARS DEPUTATION [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938
Theb 'cfreeuf Cupon. System D.IDE OPPOSITION BY TRADERS CR. (COOK, MLA., HEARS DEPUTATION 'Trail?rs oftz BnIlf'd nY rawonga electorate waited0on Cr. ,. A. 'Cook, M.LA:, on Monday list,' boeking his iis, lta n'In'' ' Ste?t wide.g.endea?o? e to hitve'!th?co' upon syst'n ntn ? an lt.'. ' lon ofthe gpr it np'f diacoonts to rihitnber.'of ce'rtin orunnisatfori. The,"deputation coiiprlised;if.Isier :A.-Sullivan, (chairmian). ,A; W. ?iruibi J. Stevensaon and 'L Spltzer"(Beoalla) H/S. ,Booele* ' a ind W BIyaniit (Yarra Tn lys coming CrlCooc IMr S'illi an': rsa?that tbe traderp of tlhe. Ben "aels n eth'oisral qP rnarlh' thie i2ghou the Statde were uited in .opposing the pernicloues pra~tice which had, sprun' up of granting discounts and firee giftdvhich were. a serious mennce ti ":legitmlte trade. They wondered ho~wi it could be overcome, and to.whom ,they -'coild" apotl," ithd' irealided 'thb. tho"proper channel'"was"throuigh'.Par. Ilament.- They?felt "con fident 'ti?ai Parliament- would"do ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938
--m L? I .~... IN ..·· ···; ' B-ABY .. ...' WEAR ' ma SATURDAY & MONDAY ," ' "TH BIG BROADCAST OF 1'938" y` WITH DOROTHY LAMOUR, W. C. FIELDS, BEN BLUE. S8peoialty by KIRSTEN FLAGSTAD, now in unetralia. .;PLUS 'HOPALONOG? OHNNY AND WINDY IN "BORDE LAND": , ' MATINEE.SATURDAY T 230 li.C (ForIGenirial Exhlbltihon),: I • :I I l mllll II II Marie Frock Shop BRIDGE STREET BENALLA. (Two Doors from Savings Bank) HATS SALE HATS FROM 5/. RAINCOATS FROM 14/11 FROCKS FROM £1. EVENING WEAR FROM 25/. HUGE REDUCTIONS IN COSTUMES, COAT FROCKS, BLOUSES, SKIRTS, JUMPERS, (. ".i, GENUINE REDUCTIONS THE 105 2 NTRODUCING now 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 reception. Of outstanding beauty, the .,1.052 ,combines remarkable performance with brilliant tone. It is the erfect instrument for every room in your home. . Price £18 -,18,- 0 EASY TERMS AVAILABLE P HIMI P$ _iolaersL...
Bride Wears Lovely Satin Gown [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938
Bride; Wears Lovely Satin Gown LOVELY froc of ; deep freoesi t'ntrd satin was worn by Missf Norma Mlarjorle Derham for her m'ar riage to Mir Cecil: John Gardner at HIoly 'Trlnity ?,tHurch, Keiv" on Thur=-. day?i even'iig' of'last week. "' Cut on exquisitely' silrmple lines. It had long fltting .slpevpsand the; mat orlal notted at olther sidle of :the -V necilio, while the sklirt extended into aei m e Th lntoor ionfion. lacd+ .veilfa" mro th'iiin:100 years' oeld,` 'l by trs'' Geobrigo g~roule whici w arrang n ed as a coronet on 'the heaid. In .a slight'ly leeper tone. etian the frock lc're the lovely pale, apiricot: tinted rosesi in: tho bride's ishow;er' bduict., 'The bride, ';who is the i liest'jida'gh r f r of trniid Mrs 1?. Nostian Der ainm, IElistree, "~irry 'Street, Kow, was given awVay by her father andl had her sslter, Viva, 'and 'Miss Mar'garet wSinbkurn'o as her bridesmanids. 'They"wore' frocks of brocaded 'tulle eilk, shot in tones of deep ilydrangea blue and mailve. and :...
MISS KATE REDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938
MISS KATIE REDDING. Word was received on Friday night last by Mr J. F. Dodd of Benalla Wost,'.of the death of his aunt, Miss: Kate ("Brin"') Redding, the sad event taking place at Brisbane. :The late Milss Reddlrig,' who was .77' years of age, was a daughter of the late Air and Mrs Tom Redding, and was born at Samaria. After a lifetime spont in the Benalla 'district, deceased became very Ill, and about two years ago was an inmate of the Benalla Bush Nur sing Hospital. When she became well enough to travel, she went to live with her sister, Mrs P. C. Burke, at 104 llrdwood Terrace, Ancheonlower, Brisbane, ' whoro-e she passed away. The late Missn Rdding had a host of rilends ln tho'dlstrlct, who will regret to learn of her death. She was a staunch supporter of the Church of Ingland, particularly" iat: Swanpool. Tho burial tool?ldaco at Brisbane on Saturday aftrinbon. ' .
CLAY BIRD CHAMPIONSHIPS DECIDED AT BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938
CLAY BIRD CHAM PIONSHIPS DECIDED AT BENALLA.: : DESPITE ',showery conditions ori Saturday last,:-.' conditions &lt;:,ereL good for the Benalla Clay' Bird Club's: championship meetling, which attrac ted good nomninations.' :' :::? The double, barrel chatmpionship was won by W. Reid, of Seymour; with 10 hits out of ,.20. "0G. Rutledge of Melbourne, was .secondwith 17/20, and G. Goodman, of Benalla,:- third with 17/20. In the single barrel championship. W. Gardiner, of Lurg, was the win-' ner with a score.,of 17/20, the runner up being A. Hall (Melbourne) and G. Rutledge (Melbourne) third. 'A trophy event was won by: Rut. ledge, after a shoot off with L.,Feldt mann .and . .:Diamond, of Benalla.' A nice gesture by. Rutledge, and one Whih . was ,appreciated by. members, was the ,donating: of .the second, and, third trophies, 150, cartridges, back to the Denalla, Clttlý,:iu i.
MRS JAMES MULDERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938
i.MRS JAMES MULDERRY. THE death occurred on Friday at the Wangaratta Hospital, of Mrs James Mulderry, of 3Boealla West. She ;was buried at Wangaratta on Saturday. . r':bev,; Father. , Bowman conducted the'funoral .serice and the arrangements were' atteided" to by Messrs J.J3.J Iandloy and Soii.
WEDDING PLUM—SNOW. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938
WEDDING S PLUM?SNOW.; TIE wedding took place quietly at St. John's Church, Melvillo road, West, Brunswick, on July Oth, of Phyllis May, second daughter. of ir and Mrs Gordon Plunl,'of Brunswick, and Leslie, second son of lIr and Mrs' S. F. Snow,, of' Chrlstmastown. The bride, who was givven away by her father, wore' a two-plece suit of. blue, and, was attended by her sister Jean, as bridesmaid, who wore a one-piece 'frock, of'dusty pink. Mr A. Bussoll, of Benalla, acted as best man. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Hall, of Brunswick, and a reception 'was afterwards hold at the home or the brido's paronts. The future home lof Mr and Mrs Snow will be at West Brunswick.
OBITUARY MR. THOMAS JOSEPH PAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938
fOBITUARY MR. THOMAS JOSEPH PAGE. The death occurred at the .Wa nga atta Hospital on Thursday or MrH Thomas Joseph Page, of Benalla. The late; Mr Page' had not' enjoyed the best ot health for 'some weeks past and it was found necessary to re move him to Wangaratta on Wed nesday afternoon, He' passed away, early on Thursday morning, death be ing'due to ~a??injuries.-', Deceased wad a son of"Chritina Page and the late Mr' 'Edwin' Page, and was born' at Benalla 58. years ' ago. He was narried :in: Melbourne -20 years ago to, Miss Maria- E. Kairns,· who sur-, vives' hi'n together with a family of three sons'and three daughters, viz., Noel, Marie,. Beryl, Lulu, Edwin and Joseph, all of Benalla, for whom deep sympathy is felt in their: bereave ment. ?The remains will be Interred in the Benalla cemetery this (Friday) afternoon, the !coitego leaving ' St. Joseph's Chiurch at 2.30 o'clock. Mem bers of the l3enilla brainch of the.lie turned 'Soldieri? League willl march.
LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938
LOCAL & GENERAL SCOUNTRY.. MUSIC WEEK. -Noti ilcatlon has been recevled ' by':ilss Eunico Findley from ',Mr Harold O. Elvine, that' Country,, Music ,Week conimences isn Sunday,. 18th :Soptemn ber, and. carries ''h for the,. ensuing week. Thto assistance 0of the -clergy. from the pulpit on, that?- day with choral services'. is being sought., Ar rangements for Bonalla's participa tlon are boleng made' by:i Mss Findley. INFECTIOUS, .. DISEASES CON-' FERENCE.- A conference of the group iof municipalities . having - an agreement? with the Wangaratta Din's triatlase Hospital for. the treatment of Infectiousdisecases,' willlbe hold on Friday, 12th August, at the town ;hall at 8 p;m. Councillors of thoeWangar-; attanShire at" Monday's meeting re ferred to- the inconvenient" time. for this meeting and: .agreedto ask. that the hour be altered:to 2.p.m:: . ;BENALLA ; TO'. HAVE, .VICE REGAL VISITS,-Isn all) probability' Benalla: willr have' two '.Vice-Regal' visltsl in October next, .an...
DEFINING ROAD SOUNDARIES. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938
DEFINING o ROAD t OUNDARIES. An elaboration of the Country. Roads Board's practice of,,edging Its higl' ways withn a strlp of white concrete,, which :not only,roinforces the, edge but improves' Visibility,. at . night, eis reported Rin'"Tho'.tadiator,' officlal journal 'of-?tho. IlA.C.V. The .Idea Is an EngliSh: one.'which, has,been adop ted, In;America:also, 'and conslsts of edging'tho roadway With. a. row of re-y .lector- buttons.. ' In practice, this system` is:highly successful,. serving to indcatte unmistakably the presence of curves and cross-roads a..conslder able dlstance before rthe..beam of the headlights would normally.'be able to reiveal thom.,. In passing,' facing powerful ,headlighte;? the reflector, studs are sumflclently :,brilliant to re; main visible, so:defining --the road idgodspite o:severe dazzle.:. • ./?. : .:
GOLF ASSOCIATES' TOURNAMENT HELD IN BEAUTIFUL WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938
GOLF ASSOCIATES' . TOURNAMENT HELD' ,IN-BEAUTIFUL WEATHER. N .delightful weather orn Wednesday Safternoon, the associates of Ben alla Golf-Club hold their'annual tour nament, which was a great success in every way. "Visitors ,ýwere present from Euroa, 'Castle Creek., Wangar ptte. and, Golden Vale, and an" enjoy able afternoon was ;speont by .all, At the conclusion of play, the presi dent, Mrs H-:S. 'Johnston, .presented the trophies to .-the successful corn ptiltors ,and congratulated them on their success. Detailed results wereo as follows: ' LADIES' SCRATCH EVENT. 18 Holes; .Mrs R. Wilkinson, 85.: Miss. M; O'Slhore, 8, Mrs IH. John ston :92- fMiss .K. MoBurney. o6. LADIES' HANDICAP SINGLES: Handicaps 24anrd Under. Mrs McDonald (War garatta), (19), Mrs K. Gunn (23), 72 Mrs R. Wilkinson (12), 73,: Mrs H. Johnston (18),,Mrs A. AMarks, . (24), 74; Mrs Purdy., (19), . M76; MIlss` KM. O'Shea (9), 77. Miss 0.. Cooper (14),' 80;. Mrs Sar good (23),,81:, Mrs Gorey (15), Miss McBurney! (12)...
The Coupon System CASE FOR THE ABOLITION OF DISCOUNTS COUPONS AND "FREE GIFTS." [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938
:.The Coupon System CASE) FOR THE A iOLITIONgOF ,DISCOUNTS, COUPONS AND' 'FRUK 4FI.S ,The storekeepers and retailors " of Victorla desire to draw attentlon': to ";tho growth of certainf'pernicous s'y-' -tems that arec threateninlg the stab-* illty of retail trade withinfour State. The practices to ,which objectiOn is ;taken are: (al Tho granting of discounts'to members of certain assoctations. ' (b) The distribution' -of coupons and. free ;gifts to. stimulato the sales of, merchandise. Theo.'adoption, of ;these. practices is, as will be. shown' later, being ,forced upon onwilling traders by , persons who seek to exploit the trade in an unfair way. DISCOUNTS. The mothods usuallY, followed by' associations "eeokling discounts for their members is to offer to a.,tradet in a country town: the opportuniity to do business.with association `members provided that. in return he iwill' allow a stIpulated discoint : to members upon production.' pof. mlembership tickets. As soon 'as one;trader ...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938
itnee ;(r C ee Una Payne) of ;iti?-New Guinea, sailed 'on.Tues day last from Salamoa to' spend a holiday with her mother, Mrs M. H. Payne, of Molyullah. ' Mrs Currie flew from WWau to Salamoa from whence she will travel to. Sydney. via ,. boat. Sheowill then come to Benalla by train and go on.to Molyullah by car. During. hpr trip..sho will' have trav elled by four modes of transport. The ýmany,. Ifriends of Mr John Payneo,- of. Moyullah?. willl regret to learn that last week it .was found necessary'.for him to return to the ?.angartStta Hospital for- treatment, 'Ie s nlioported to beo making steady :progress towards recovery. Tho r eongm.goentm i announced of pasy.-: Irene, second' daughter of Mr arind;: ls .H Dinning of Dean Street, ,cnlala," to" .ames Francis,. oldest son of Cr. and 'Mrs Dundas, "Ka Ora," Rowan Streqt, Vangaratta. On. Monday last,. Mr C?, F. Henry, manaiger of theo State Savings Bank at TVangiratta,, received notice of his promotion to the branch of 'the bank at' ...
SUGAR AND MORE SUGAR [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938
SUGAR AND MORE SUGAR: Each and every year the value of sugar consumed in the liquor industry amounts to £500,000. Just imagine having that on your Grocer's Bill. If this amount of sugar was not used for this purpose it would eventually mean a rise in price to the consumer. Keep down your household bills by voting "NO" on October 8. &nbsp; &nbsp;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938
, . ..H,. " ' . ,. f - -11 ' .ý f f ý .. .?_o .- : , e" AS T NINEUAYS W IN. p. . - . . .- ':, For 78 years Williams Aninual? ?Winter Discount Sale !hasbeen the ?ple most looked forward to by ;ihe/people of Victoria. Maiyi~people we :know of ' wait for this yearly event to: buy footwear by the dozens to last them a yea? .it's a great idea if your feet don't change size" At the sale the prices are' I bsolutely amazing-low enough at any time due to our huge buying-but when you get an extra big discount as well it means:you get the most "v "S . astounding value in Victoria. THIS IS THE GREATEST SALE IN THE TOW ... DON'T MISS IT LOT 2 OT ..3 : "" Only 6/8 off In the l1. Aw, 'This is tihe super super ot-a -"" i r that's not so good! BUT don't ' the' grandest' footwear youaire be dismayed and don't be' mis ever seen:' Footwear for which led, there are lines that are you'd be glad to pay more thain LOT "right'up-to-theminute In style, 'our usual marked prices.' And L. t te her. we ace offer...