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CORRESPONDENCE To the Editor, "Ensign." [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938

CORRESPONDENCE To the iEditor, "Ensign." Slr,=-n your insuS of lent weelk ap. pears a. contrlibuted articlo ,purport ing to gvt.,thle oplinlon of eminent cousel tteltthi N'-licencoaand Prohlbl tionfare' one and the sam,- and. char ting the` ahtiliiidr air`r Cfoece ;with hypocrisy in drawing :a distinction between themln. That tcertainlyl. seems fllkE cnrrying, hthp, hbattile" o lnto? tho. enemny's cnelmp.i But' "'there are some things to be said: "(1) The opinion an. published in de finitely suspect. So much that It Is a dellberate distortion of truth has appeared in theoe contributed ar ticole, and no much more where half truths. have. been .. twisted to give false nmprleenlons, that, ' In view of tihe two facts below, this "opinion" cannot lhe tIaken at Its face value. (2) Eminent Counsel's ollnilon n no often matched with directlly ollpposte opilnion-equally, omnent-tlhat . in consider it as fact l In law Ise plrecarl noeH ground on which to Iouilld. The statement. that No-liconc...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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PREPARATIONS FOR BENALLA SHOW JUDGES APPOINTED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938

PREPARATIONS FOR ;. JUDGES APPOINTED. Preparations for the 1938 Bon alla Show, to be hold in October, are now proceeding 'rapidly,' and at a meeting of members. of the council of the Agricultural Soc iety on. Friday last, Judges for the various sections were appointed. The presilent (Mir :'Joe, Cooper) Presided over a good attendance ol melbeors, CORRESPONDENCE. A letter was received from the Shelplrton Pigeon Club regretting that they weroe unable Owing to ar prior eongagomentt to arrange a rnce from ilenalla chowgroundn. 'rThe raoierl' 'Assoclation of Vic toria wrote pointing out that the Sash to ho donated Iby the nascloation would Ibe' naecrlbed "Sheep tnod V'Wool Cup ..1938. 'Vortd was received from lh ltt all way Depnrtintenat atdvising that a spelcial train would be run from Yar rawonga,, departing at fl.30 tnm. and arriving fit reonalla at 8.30 a.m:, and leaving lenanlla at 7 pn,m to carry passengera anrd, exhibits.. The guar anteoo would bo 7/10/, anril freight ton exhhiblt...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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TO-MORROW'S FOOTBALL BENALLA v. DOOKIE-YABBA. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938

TO-MORROW'S FOOTBALL BENALLA v. DOOKIE-YABBA. A?T.flno game will be staged to morrow at the showgrounds, when Dookle-Yabba who have defeated the locals twice this year, will be the 'vilting team. The locals are playing better.football than has been seen In thla town for many years, and It would be a pleasing eight to see n large attendance of local resldents, who 'will be surprised at the standard of football presented by those two teams. A lack of Interest by towns people does not give any cncourage mont'to our young sportsmen to put forth their best, and a large attend anco would give the necessary Im petus -for a,? splendldly contested game. , ' t The Bonalla team 'will' e chosen from the followlng:--W . Hilcke (c.), G. McLean (v.c-); F'. Glazebrook, L. toevens, It. Goodman, R. Spencer, L. Spencer, WV. Slattery, HA. Afclnneny, I. Williams, B. -O'Brien, S. O'Brlon, R. Gillett, J. Sykes, R. Cusoen. J. Hunting, Keilth Rhodes, B. Squires, J. Holloway, h?. Heard, L. Whytlaw, R. Burns,...

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FOOTBALL BENALLA-TUNGAMAH LEAGUE BENALLA DEFEATS DEVENISH [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938

FOOTBALL SB ENAtLA.TUNGAMAHN;. - BENAL LA" DEFEATS' DEVENISH' * Conditilns' iwere far from?'- being ideal. when these teams,' met. att!the showgroundsi"on Saturday" liast'" this being' their .second ".. mboting';: .this season,' A:'vory cold- wind ?'tlew.to wards the grandstand goal, and very Sheavy rain 'tell duririg the 'game' ;but tho"sprinkling:oft :supporters enjoyed !some very'flne fdothalljin''a iganmeoin 'which' the umpire 'shdwed "mtich dis-. crdtion' in hls' ruilngs 13enallan' were. without marinyof their leadinigpilayers -Gillett, K. Rhodes,. O'Connor,' :Slat tory' Good'man-belngi .amongst: the ;absentees: Notwlthstandlng" the ale merits the ground 'was In' very -fair conditlon, and' splendid 'form was 'din played, by" McLeannMcTnerney,' Sykes, Hicks, and ?laarebrook 'for,. the win= ners and 'by, A., Le Guldr,l McNamara,' Croucher, ^ Hooper,' , Kennedy and Pallprat (a very snappy ..forward) 'fd Ithe Devenlsh :team, whose young players ipromisno to develop' into a flne sid...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938

Watts,T urn bull & .Co STOCK, LAND AND FINANCIAL AGENTS' HEAD OFFICE: BENALLA. lR?ANCICES.-Wangaratta, Rutherlen.- Dooke; St. James. DLvenlsh;, Violet Town, Euroa, Ye. and M·anellld. Stock Sales also conducted at Yarck' Strathbogie, Ruffy.. Brimin,' Bonnel Doon and Longwood.' ,AGENTS FOR : The Famous 'Cooper'e Dip" (Manufactured In AuL* tralla). The Curator of E.tates of Deceased Persons. : ,'The Cominmerclal Union Fire Assurance Co. Ltd. London and: Lancashire Fre' .Insurance Company, and Finance Company. Sub Agents for. Australlan Mutual Provident Society., TruckIng LAgents for Watts. Turnbull and Co., Melbourne.. We; also, have a blg-selectlon of Houses and :.... HOUSE AND iBUILDING `BLOCKS for Private Sale, andd Intending buyers should make a point of seeing our lIsat. LOANS ARRANGED: We can arrange Loans over DIroad. Aros and 'ownshlp' . Securities at the Lowest Current ]Rates.:,of Interest. l Strictest Secrocy:"' +" ' WATTS, TURNBULL AND CO. 'Phone 17. BRIDGE STREET. B...

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SWANPOOL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938

S8WANPOOL CLUBi Play' 'for' the "EnIg'n,."'Stan 'ard" and',Briggs'trophles was continued on Saturday last under rather unfaavor able conditions. The winners: were: Briggs trophy, Miss R. Gawley: "Standard" , trophy ,. A. 3J. Dennis; "Ensign" trophy, 'R: :Gawley, ard G. Warnock a tiel A few-of the leading cards were:-.;,;r , "..,.. " Briggs Trophy.-HLss ' R. - awley, 73-27-46; Mlse"J.: "Burns, '78-24-49; Miss V. Llttlowood, 82-2854. : "Standard" Trophy.-A.. J. Dennis, 86-r-45; F. Hopkins, 59-18-46; J. Gleeson, 68-14-49; A. Heeney, 64-165 49. , 'u '! Ensign" Trophy.-R. Gawley, 63. 20-48; G. Warnock, 68-20-48; H. Allott, 68-24-44; H. Horuburgh, 69-21 48 .''

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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SOUND LIQUOR CONTROL PROHIBITION THREATS TO WRECK. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938

SOUND LIQUOR CONTROL PROHIBITION THREATS TO WRECK. The reckless endeavor by a Pro- hibitionist minority to destroy the Licensing Act and its economically   sound administration should receive short shift by electors.   The Licensing Court covers the regulation and control of alcoholic liquors, under a strict system of lic- ensing, prescribed by statute to en- sure "the public convenience," the sale of wholesome liquor and the pre- vention of abuse.   The question to be submitted on October 8, is - "That licences shall be abolished." The alternatives are thus either the retention of the ex- isting system of regulation and con- trol, or the substitution of some un- specified scheme of "Wise Restric- tion,' involving the wrecking of the whole structure of the Licensing Act, the operation of which has evoked the unstinted praise of social reformers,   economists and philanthropists.   The elector may ponder over the sugges...

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Victorian Open Championship Wonderful Coursing at St. James RECORD CROWDS FINALS TO BE STAGED TO-DAY [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938

SVictriai Open Chimpionship WonWerun at 9rsing at St. ames _. s.RECORD CROWDS l C~jt alt K S , FINAL 0 BE STO.DA The Victorian Open Championship, staged by the St.James Cour-' n- Club atitngJamee thisweeekaaa c fthi greatest 'ai ncla.. ice staged by that eub." With go6d ia on the ? nd day-Wedn day-excellent coursing was witnessed by the largest crowd ,sen, at ,anypopencoureing:.meeting. Although Ever Bright was favorite at the *call of the card, the form, of several, aogs Indicates that the stahe i.n : r.a* ary open one. Visitora were im Iri?ed with the enthusiaslem dies. * played by local r idents. EVER BRIGHT FAVORITE. At the call of the card shortly afte 0 a.m. 'on Tuesday, many.,dogs-wer backed at prices varying from 4 to Sto 50 to 1',stralfhtQut. Eyer'Brigh ~ '. i ':ainstalled favorite at 4 h.to1 jbu S-her' owners would not d accept thli Sprice.ld Benlcla,;was. next in jdemani at, 7 to i Otherse backed 'were ,ao Peggy, Doringa, Julfanna, Psyche and Strathglyn. FIRST DAY'S COURS...

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FUNCTIONS TO AID POPULAR GIRL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938

FUNCTIONS :TO' AID SiPOPJiTAI, .? CRL: HEl following eventsehave been ar T rangel to furth'er. the candidaturo of MiesesDot James in the'Popular Girl uoest:- , ,.' , ..::,Y'' August 10.-Old-time "Dance' at Ewanpoo. i August 14 -Golf '? tournament' at Warrenbayne linltel', ;: r_ August 21.:Tournament,. singles over 18 holes at GoldeiVal :'lnks.' It

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APEXIANS HOLD CHARITY BALL BRIGHT SCENE AT SHIRE HALL. FUNCTION POORLY PATRONISED [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938

AIEXIANS HOLD CHARITY BALL BRIGHT, SCENE AT SHRE.. HALL. UNCTION POORLY PATRONISED THE Shire Hall on Tuesday evening. - last was the qettng 'for the an nual charity ball -which' s:' podiadored by the Apex Club. ' The decorative scheme,' whIch '.-;.a carried out by Mr E. Thompsoni,:was .riginal, effective , anid-',.'trikicg,; Through the. entrance hall ?' ? o ?ias odtinder a trellis laden.;. withl'an abundanco .of .nature's ,gift to Ats tralla-her gleaming golden wattle nd thence through cherry blossom tres ,from behind which gleamed a full length mirror, Passing 'dnwiard Into the main hall the effect was en Irely different. The word Apex in huge'letters stood out in striking ro le from a ,..background.. of 'palo orangeo curtainink-?iwhlch draped- the. stage. In the foreground, completely covering the front., elevation was a alttlce. pfwhitpe..:.On either end:thls attice opened. Into hhugo -. triangles llsplaying the Apex compass inn tones .ofuch wa blue. se1tnig. fo, ?'.Kayo'B Mfelo...

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SKI CLUB'S CHALLENGE MEETING HELD AT MT. BULLER. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938

SKI CLUB'S CHALLENGE MEETING HELD AT MT. BULLER. Last week-end the 58th Battalion (Benalla) Ski Club held a chal- lenge meeting at Mt. Buller on the summit, against the Melbourne Uni- versity Rifles, this being the first oc- casion when two units of the mili- tary forces have ever met as rivals on the snow. The condition of the snow was slow as it had snowed heavily the previous evening, but a pleasing feature was the glorious ex- hilarating sunshine that made condi- tions perfect for the sport. Four members of each unit com- prised the team and teh event to de- cide the mastery was a cross-country run of approximately one and a quar-   ter miles, consisting of part up-hill and down. The starters were sent off all together, which was most unusual for this sport as they are usually dismlssed one after the other and times checked. However all left the post for the uphill portion to a good start and a lead was made by two of the University men with the 58th in hot pursuit....

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POSTERS OF MANY LANDS INTERESTING DISPLAY AT BENALLA HIGH SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938

POSTERS OF MANY   LANDS INTERESTING DISPLAY AT BEN- ALLA HIGH SCHOOL. AT the annual Parents' Evening at the Benalla High School last week, one of the outstanding items of interest during the evening was the display of posters representing fifteen countries, and in the foregoing article several of these are interestingly des-   cribed. In the woodwork room was a note-   worthy collection of 70 posters repre- senting 16 countries - Australia, Ger- many, Japan, England, Ireland, Scot- land, U.S.A., Alaska, France, Swit- zerland, Sweden, U.S.S.R., Canada and Belgium. Many of the posters are of a very high standard, and display various methods of color painting. The U.S.A. posters are of a striking nature, many of them being repro- ductions of oil paintings which allows for broader treatment. The rugged mountain scenery of the Rockies and of Ramer National Park attract attention. America's pride in her national tradition is portrayed in a poster ent...

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BOURKE & THEWLIS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938

SBOURKE & THEWLIS. OURKEl & THEWLIS report hav r Ing- hold. their usual fortnilghtly market In ,the Benalla :Corporation Yards on?,.Tuesday last' the 2nd Inst., when they .offered a moderate yard ing of stock to .the usual ; attendance of the local trade y:.aind district grazlers;- ?so outsiders'. :from : Mel bourne, Violet .Town'" 'Devenlsh, St. James; who operated fori both fat ciittle and sheep.: The market goner ,yall was' buoyant, although fluctua tions were noticeable in the fat sheep section.' The limited. offering was w.vell within- requirements' and was 'easily disposed of under the hammer at satisfactory values.,' ..FAT SHEEP. :;-A fair yarding to good enquiry for any prime quality :'The market flue tuated ,'or any. medium or inferlor sorta. ':Boast wethers , 27/10 to 29/7; good do 25/ to 26/6;' light 23/ to 24/; beat heavy limbs 24/681 good' do. 20/ to '22/6; . medium '18/, to . 10/; lighter 16/0 to 17/4; prime; heavy ewes to :25/; good do. 21/`to 22/; lig...

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BENALLA STOCK MARKET PRIME MUTTON FIRM BEEF DEARER, BULLOCKS TO £20/2/6. WATTS, TURNBULL & CO. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938

BENALLA STOCK MARKET PRIME MUTTON FIRM BEEF DEARER, BULLOCKS TO £20/2/6.   WATTS, TURNBULL & CO. W ATTS TUTRNBULL & CO. report having held ther usual fort- nightly market at the Benalla Cor- poration Yards on Tuesday last, and the fact that such good quality beef and mutton are coming forward at our sales, after such a long dry spell speaks highly of the excellent fat- tening capabilities of this district. The penning of fat sheep was a heavy one, comprising many pens of outstanding wethers and lambs, which realised firm values on late improved rates. Our yarding of fat cattle was very attractive, comprising several pens of very choice heifers sent forward by Mr H. J. Gidney, off his Lima property the top pen making £15/19/. Bullocks were only lightly represen- ted, one extra prime bullock on a/c Mahoney Bros., of Tarnook, topping the market at £20/2/6, the highest price paid for bullocks.at Benalla for some years. Prices generally were   ab...

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COURSING BALL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 5 August 1938

COURSING BALL THE annual coursing ball during the Victorian Open Championship meeting was held in the St James Hall on Wednesday evening last, when upwards of 400 dancers from all parts of the district enjoyed a wonderful evening's entertainment to excellent music supplied by Don   Forbes and his swing band from   Yarrawonga. The hall was brightly   festooned with streamers in green and gold, which proved a gay setting for the function. - The supper ar- rangements were, excellently carried out by Mr. J. McKenna of Devenish. The president of the club, Cr. J. F. Kelly, was accompanied by Mrs. Kelly who wore a frock of black lacquered satin. The secretary,Mr.L.. Wigham,   was accompanied by Mrs. Wigham, in black velvet. Others seen dancing were :--- Mrs.P. McQualter, blue satin.     Miss B. Irvine,rose crepe.       Miss M. McDonald, gold satin. Miss A. Cameron, white taf...

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MOLYULLAH NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938

MOLYULLAH NEWS " The Wangaratta Hospital Auxiliary met last night to a full attendance, and decided to hold a concert and dance on Tuesday, 6th September. Mr H. Payne Is the president, and Mrs M. Ryan the secretary, and It Is hoped to make the night an outstanding success owing to the number of patients who went to the hospital last year from Benalla and district. Beneficial rains fell- during the week-end, and over an Inch was re corded. The country now ls looking excellent. Miss Brittingham of Melbourne, ti the guest of Mr and Mrs H. .Ryan. FARMERS' DEBTS.-In reply to Mr Bolster (Wellington) In the Legle. latlve Councll on Tuesday night, the Minlster for Education (Sir John Harris) said that 4,422 farmers had applied for adjustment of their liabill ties under the Farmers' Debts Adjust ment Act. The Minister also said that to Juno 30, 1988, the sum of £1,484,658 had been paid to creditors under confirmed plans of debt ad jjustment in 1,162 cases. A further amount of £62,817 had yet...

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BROKEN CREEK CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938

BROKEN CREEK CLUB. Last Saturday afternoon's sun shine tempted over. 40 'members, as well?as visitors to spend the after noon on the golf links, and as is usual, an enjoyable time was spent. week, especlally 'amongst. the more experienced players. Handicaps are being, reduced quickly and will soon be below the legitimate limits in most cases. :The following are some of the best scores off the stick:-E. Ferris 44, MIss M. Smith 465, J. Meadows 46, J. Sharp' 48, E. Osborne 47, D. Melkle 47;, Mrs R. Phelan 47, C, Wright 48, Miss J. Splnks 49, J; Ellis 49. .Nott scores were:-: Men.-R. 'Osborne 26, E. Ferris' 27, J. Meadows. 20, E. Osborne 30. J. Ros bo :80, :J, Ellis 31 .'C. Wright 31, A, Wallace.32, E. Ham..32, R. V. Wright 32, D. Melkle 32, Rn. Davis 32, H. Wal lace 33. W. F eldtmann.' 4. Ladles.-Mrs R. Phelan 190, Mrs R. Davis 21, Miss A."Spinks, 28, Miss J. Spinks 28, ,Miss :M.- , Feldtmann : 29, MissM. Sharp 29,' MissM. Smith 29, Mrs A;.V. Wright 31;. Miss H. Berger 33,. Mrs Mitche...

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SATURDAY'S EVENTS. Benalla Club. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938

SATURDAY'S EVENTS. Benalla Club. On Saturday a Stableford event will .be held for the men. Messra A. Grubb and C. Elvish will be on duty. Associates will play a' bogey com petition. Misses J. WebRter and M. Bradshaw will be on duty..

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PENNANT GOLF. BENALLA DEFEATS VIOLET TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938

PENNANT GOLF. BENALLA DEFEATS VIOLET TOWN. The fourth round of pennant golf was played on the Benalla links on Tuesday afternoon last,-when Benalla defeated Violet Town, 4 matches to 1. Details: Miss M. O'Shea 3 down v. Mr. Strone. - - :Mrs' Wilkinson 3 up v. Mrs Farley; Miss M. King 4 up V. Mrs Symes.. Miss O. Cooper 2'up v. Mrs Balles. Mrs H. Johnston 4 up V. Mrs Phayer A handicap event played resulted: A" divilslon.-Mrs Strone (14), Mrs Stephons (10), 73; (Mrs Stephens won on the count hack); Mrs Wilkinson (12), 710; Mrs Bales (20). "74. '"B" divilsloni-Miss E. Herd (32), 73.

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GOLDEN VALE CLUB. O. J. White Wins Championship [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938

"GOLDE!4 "VALE CLUB. 0 J. White Winsi Ch.mplonmhiplp A. Dlvision: 0. J. Whito (78). 168 ;.R.' White (82), 164;-iH. MoKen zl0o (80), 172 D. E. Malone (86,);173: 11. J. Laity (87), 177; 'G.'Long; (87), 178. l"BR'Diviaion,-.. Olice1on (88). 178;: P. Sullivan . (05), 185,: 'J G.. Cannon 18 Holos Stroke Competition. .18 holos stroko competition ;for trophy donated -by Mr"H.' Simon: J; Gloosoni (22), 66; O J. White (12), 08 (J. Gleeson won the event "one the count back); R.' White (25),. 67: J. Whito (27), 67; E. Vaughan (26), 68; H. J. Latty (17), 70: H. McKenzlo (16),. 71; G. Munro (27), 72: G. Long (15), 72; P. Sullivan (23), 72; 'M. Leahy (18), 73; A. C. Russell (27), 73; A; Urquhart (27), 74; R. Steven son' (26), 74; J. O. Cannon (22), 75; C. H. Whlto (22), 75; T., Thornburn (27); 75:' GOLDEN iVALE ASSOCIATES. i`On;;: Wednesday?-" afternooni last, Golden +Vale assoclates held an 18 hole handlcap and an'eclectic 9 holes handicap' conourrontly.;\ Thg W_.lno. of both events was Mrs E. M...

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