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READY TO CHASE THE HARE [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938

READY. TO CHASE THE HARE Benicia (brindle) and Andrion runner-up held by Slipper C. Tonkin (Donald) in readiness to chase the hare at the final of the Victorian Open Coursing Champlo nship at St. James. Andrion is owned by Mr J. Baines, of Dandenong.

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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HEALTH REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938

HEALTH REPORT THE Health Inspector (Mr F. Wat son) reported at Monday's meet Ing of the Council as follows, the re. port being. received except where otherwise specafled: Infectious Diseases.-Two cases of infectious diseases were .otifled dur Ing the month, both of which were children attending the` Taminick State School, one diphtheria and one diphtheria carrier. Dr.' Harrington and I visited. .Taminick and took ewabs of all contacts, arid all swabs proved to Ibe negative. The. early detection of the one carrier was very fortunate. Slaughter yards , were inspected several times during the month and found to be clean and well kept. .Publil Conveniences.-The convenl ences were opened on Friday, 22nd July, and on Monday, 25th, it was found necessary to paint over several patches of obscene . writing on' the walls 'of' the ladles'. conveniences.~ A strict watch .will be kept and anyone caught dffaclng or. causing, damage in any way will be severely dealt with. Rubbish Depot.-The rubbis...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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GOLF NOTES BENALLA CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938

GOLF NOTES BENALLA CLUB. The Casey Island tournament was conducted on Saturday last, the events being 18 holes siroke handl cap for members and associates, with trophies for best 9 holes out and in. Some very good cards were turned in, especially by members. The follow Ing are the results: Members. C. R. Cumming, 75-16-.60; . B. Mellor, 79-18-61; D. E. Blair, 87-21 62; A. Urba.hans, 82-19-88;. C, Perrin, 77-12-65;" M; .. Ryan, .'"88-17-66; M. Cleary, 87-19-68; M. Illingworth, 0S 25-68; C. Elvlsh; 00-21-09;' D. Web eter, 76-7-69;?VWatson, 80-11-69; A. E. Forbes, 78-9-69; A. C. Brown, 96-25 70; L. J.. Crawford, 88-18-70; R. I. Wilkinson, '79-8-71; Rev. :L. Wilkin son, 88-17-71; T. La Peyre, 97-25-72; L. Chidlow, 99-27-72; E. R, Rickards, 901-19-72:; A." Thompson, 90-17-73; D. Leonard. 8815-78:; G. V.;Cowan. 86 12-73; E. A. Walker, 96-23-73; T. V. 'Cowan,, 92-18-74; Rt J. Murray, 94 20-74; T. T. Clarke junr., 90-16-74: L. A. Sayers, 78-4-74; W. N. McNicol 94-20-74; I. Hanlon, 90-15-76;...

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IMMUNIZATION CAMPAIGN AGAINST DIPHTHERIA. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938

,IMMUNIZATION CAM:: C ;PAIGN Q ' AGAINST DIPHTHERIA RIPOTITING to Miondayv'sn meetIng of the Shire Council on the dlph thorla inmmunlzatlon .campaign, 'th health Inspector (Mli '1F. WVatson stated an followis: I'The Immuninatilon anmpaign In proceeding satisfactorily and tle first bratch of. country children his l,been cenolpleted, the local children will get the final InJection this week. Ar rngeonls are I ing.lll illnad for tl stppll?cmentlry canmlllagn to com Iei'nie In JJonanlla oi October 3rd. Clir.larn hav e been sent to nchoeoil Ill Isigt'stllllIolInii that. iHctooln' coln nlllltes ehlolhl provid,.Iranlsport for chllbrne deuliring inmmunlathim Clill iren of pre-isishoul a1ge lari espiecially hIlvtteal, ndilll 1 'hld lilae Counicllors to tinlitt Ily n1kinhg Ihis 'nyiptliient - tary '. icnlItt llii knowan in Iheir. din e.let. IDr. I'trlllnl nidild A'iR Moonley l iin i nolle upl fliai, t lcl?linltlrno atln Ienllllered vlllllshlo ' Ilssislani c , i and litteer ilneltltlins wl uid...

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SHIRE ELECTIONS RETIRING COUNCILLORS ALL RE-ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938

SHIRE_ ELECTIONS RETIRING COUNCILLORS ALL RE-ELECTED.: ?"_ NOMINATIONS for the Benalla Shire elections closed y'esterday afternoon, and four of the retiring councillors were returned un-opposed whilst Mr I. Atkinson of Taminick, who nominated following the retire ment of Cr. A. J, Sadler, was also returned without opposition. - The un-opposed councillors in the other ridings woro: Devonlsh Riding.-Cr. T. a'B. Cook, Central Riding.-Cr. T. . 'Hanlon. Tatong Rlding.-Cr. W. MacGregor. SWarrenbayne R.ding-Cr, F. A. : ·`-*

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938

PERSONAL On August 2, at the Church of Eng. land, Albury Rev. Canon Statham omllcated at the marriage of Ada, see ond .eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas Warnook. of Lima Bouth, and William, the only son of Mr Wil liam Flete, of Leneva (Vie). The bride wore a white satin dress aad veil. The bridesmaid Miss H. Fraser, was attired In navy georgette. The best .man was the bride's brother, Mr 8. Warnock. The bride was given away by Mr A. Fraser. Their home will be in Albury. Mr T. H. Calrnm has been appointed head teacher at the Uoomallbee State School.

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ARTS AND CRAFTS SCHOOL SEWER TO BE MOVED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938

* Ai... RTS AND' CRAFTS SCHOOL SEWER TO BE MOVED. - OLLOWING .:a request.: by .:the :Minister for. Education` (Sir" John Harris). the Benalia -lShire Councll at its' meeting on Monday last agreed to expend the sum of £65 to remove a sewer pipe from the site of the Arts and Crafts school In Barkly Street. The discussion followed the read-" ing of a letter from the headmaster, High School, Benalla, forwarding copy of a letter from the Education Department, which states 'that the Minister for Education has now. agreed to accept for additional school purposes, the site offered on the con dltion that the sewer across the' pro perties is deleted from the Benalla sewerage retriculation scheme." Mr Fawcknor, the engineer, repor ted that the sewer main could he re moved from the block by construct= Ing about one chain of now sewer and diverting one house drain at an cstf mated cost of £65. Cr. F. A. Cook, M.L.A., said that the removal of the sewer was. an ad ditional coat which was not expec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938

REMINDER WHY HAVE BROKEN BRICKS IN YOUR FIREPLACE USE ONE. OF OUR FIRE GRATES to Save Work ALSO MANY OTHER WINTER LINES TORCHES BATTERIES LANTERNS ELECTRIC LIGHT GLOBES RABBIT TRAPS AND NETS CARTER & CO.. -el J, TREWIN - Machinery Agent - BENALLA AGENT FOR McKAY, MASSEY-HARRIS FARM MACHINERY. SOUTHERN STATES DEEP BORI NG AND DRILLING CO. SOUTHERN ALLIANCE INSURANOCE CO. CROSS WINDMILLS. CREAM SEPARATORS COOPER SHEARING MACHINES ELECTRIC GOOD LIGHT FARM MACHINERY PLANTS. AND WAGSTAFF ENGINES ALWAY8 ON HAND STOCK OXY W'ELDINO ANS DRENCH. REPAIRS THE "1052" INTRODUCING new 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 1052 combines remarkable performance with brilliant tone. It is the perfect instrument for every room in your home. Price £18- 18-0 EASY TERMS AVAILABLE PHILIPS wio aý AMBROSE DOXEY BRIDGE, . STRET, BENALLA, .. Phone...

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BENALLA GARDENS TO BE EXTENDED. COUNCIL DECIDES TO PURCHASE MORE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938

BENALLA GARDENS TO BE EXTENDED. COUNCIL DECIDES TO PUR S CHASE MORE LAND. AT Monday's meeting of the Ben alla Shire Council, It was decided to purchase a block of land as an addition to the Denalla Gardens, at a cost of L£25. Cr. Stolz said that the purchase was part of the town improvement scheme. The property faced Arun dcl Street, and extended to the edge of the bowling green. It was of fered at a reasonable figure,' and if the opportunity was neglected, it was the Intention of the owner' to build several houses on the block. At present there was a house .'on the land, and this would pay the Internest on the purchase price, and eventually the whole of the frontage could be in corporated in the gardens. It would certainly be a great Improvement to that section of the town.

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BADMINTON ST. ANDREW'S v. TRINITY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938

BADMINTON ST. ANDREW'S v. TRINITY. A match- between St. Andrew's and Trinity was' played at St. Andrew's Hall on Wednesday evening last and resulted in a .win for the latter team by 150.points to 109. Details (St. An drew's first' named): M' en's: Doubles.-A. Urquhart and S. Wallls 21 v; R. Little and R. Williams 13;: T. Walis, and A. Munro 12 v. R. Stolz and R. Dunn 21; A. Urquhart and 8. .Wallis- 21 v. R. Stolz and FR. Dunn 15; F.. Wallis and A. Munro 9 v. R. Little and H. Williams 21. Ladles' Doubles.-M. Martin and I. Goudle 1 v. D. Bower and 0. Stolz 21; L. McGuinness and Mt. Higgins 15 v. H. Bower and M. Williams 21; M. Martin and I: Goudloe 21 v. E. Bower and M. Williams 17; L. McGuinness and M. Higgins 9 V. D. Bower and G. Stolz '21.

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WARRENBAYNE GOLF TOURNAMENT THE WINNERS: [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938

",WARRENBAYNE GOLF :,TOURNAMENT THE WINNERS: ':en'" Chlmpionship A, Young. Ladies' Cha1inpi :Ml? ' ,Se S;Mixed' Foursomes':. Chsmpionship.-.. Wardis and Miss M. Sessions.. Men's : Handicap.-S. Harrison..: i'. Ladles' ;Hendicali;Mis?s N. Olive . Mixed Foursomes' Handliape-Mr and MrsC, .Price; M.n'. Foursomes.-J. Young and John ,Heywood.. , On ^Saturday:; in bea?leutifulu weather the ,Varrenbayneo Gulf Club uhield" ito annual "- tournament.: ; .i.liere ':+,wase A' good gathering' of 'golfers from4Swan pool and the 't{o':Wanrrenbayno, c fibs. All events ,lror ploayed oyior 12 hbols: Playerasar$lvedln . good tlme and all • lowed theti;:o ,iUttee' to'get throughl its program i'frn ood ` tli e.: ' Some -good cards 'wereo reetdirnoed; ;' ,Young!' wonr the.nen's a ehaminpionship withl 47r and Miss "',M;" Seesloibaithe ladles.. with 08: The te?hsi matchh for the pennant was agailnjwHon' by 'Warrenbayne teamr In thoe mixed : ,foulroomee handicap' Ii Walker and :Mr? Jerikyn tied , witli Mr and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938

":7 'FOR HITTER BABY WEAR = ý, ýaiaormrmnaaa uaImuwIouuulRml nEjn) Marie Frock Shop BRIDGE STREET BENALLA (Two Doors from Savings Bank) SALE 'H `; ATS FROM 5/. RAINCOATS FROM 14/11 _?, j{FROCKS FROM 51. EVENING WEAR FROM 25/. r HUGE REDUCTIONS IN COSTUMES, COAT FROCKS, BLOUSES, SKIRTS, JUMPERS, C GENUINE REDUCTIONS . SATURDAY & iONDAY THE NEW SCREEN FIND, OLYMPE ORADNA, IN "STOLEN HEAVEN" ALSO THE THRILLING RAIWAY STORY x "WESTBOUND LIMITED" 'TOGETHER WITH MUSICAL SHORT, CARTOON. AND PARAMOUNT NEWS SHOWING HIGHLIGHTS OF: Second Test Match (x Donotes Not Suitable for General Exhibition, others Goneral Exhibition). II i[nn ii ic iii u uau-· i l c ii ii i linintnf FOR LONDON a: IV CARRIAGES 1111111111111t~tIIIII11111Ollllll111111[7t11 p 11111pM1Mr

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A STOLEN BICYCLE TWO YOUNG MEN CHARGED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938

A STOLEN BICYCLE TWO YOUNG MEN CHARGED. Two young men, who laet week took a bicycle from beside a fence about three mlts from the town, and' brought It to Benalia with the object of disposing of it, ap peered at the local court on Monday, and was each sentenoed to three days' imprisonment. The two men-Robert Chenoweth and George Thomson-who appeared befort Messrs 0. Nason and J. Ser pell, J's.P., were charged with the larceny of a bicycle valued at 12 and the property of Thomas Heriry Wal ton. Sergeant McMlllan prosecuted. Thomas H. Walton said that he was a .laborer at present residing at Bungeet. On Thursday of last week he left Benalla on his bicycle, and when about three miles along the Shepparton road sat down for a rest. He walked across a paddock with the bicycle, and as it became dark he left the cycle hanging on the fence about thirty yards from the Shepparton road. Next morning when he re turned it was missing. Mounted-Constable Hurley gave evidence that he was on .duty in...

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WATERWORKS TRUST APPLICATION FOR 2 INCH MAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938

-WATERWORKS* TRUST APPLICATION FOR 2 INCH MAIN.. 'Mr T. L. Hanlon made an applies tlon, on behalf of ?r. Bearry, at yes tehday's Water Trust meeting,: for a 2-inch main at the cjr·ur of .ltridge and Carrier Street. Trust members agreed that to ,ap the main at one• point to serve ceveral proporties would be advantageous.. It':vn as, pointed out that the'-main 'would go across the street :and would serve eleven' tenements.' The application was granted. OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS.?8 .The 'secretary reported that the outstanding. accounts -_ amounted to-. £804/10/11,: and- accounts ':,amoutinting to £331/13/4 wore passedfor payment. GOVERNMENT LOAN MONEY.: Com. Stolz informed tiio meeting. that;an announcement 'had been 'made in the Press that'thoeOovernmeit .in tended allocating."' £75,000' for .water storages in Victoria. : Com. Cri;eolli said that in estab lishing. the Ryan's Creek -:storage basin,' the Trust was catering for the wants of the Tungamah' . Trust and considered that they were...

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INOCULATION OF LAMBS SIMPLE METHOD OF APPLYING NEEDLES. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938

INOCULATION .OF LAMBS SIMPLE METHOD OF APPLYING . NEEDLES. .": 'viIN'GO to an expected green s?pring, ?' ulpy Kidney:is likely to 'ble' pre valent in lambs in the district.' Mr P G. p:Tucker, of" '?vridalo," Swan. rpool, has devised a 'simplo'method for applying needles in Formalln, andibe lowe:we publish particulars' which ijsyuild, prove of inestimable value to isheep. owners generally.' :' Method:-Obtain an ordinary syruD ?'n.,, punch three holes in the lid In 'a straight lnoe (the holes 'to be piuOinched from the top), the size of the holesi to: be about 1/8th 'of ,an Inch,; 0no that thoe head of the needle will rest ,in/oan; upright posltlon.' Fill :the tln' wltlh water with Formalln added, aind agitate occasionallY. The needles (3) may be taken out and applled to syringe'.wlthout getting' the .flngerd wet,' and' the lld' prevents dirt, etc.,' from getting in; Use a small brush to, panlrt iodineo on part to beo Inocu lated. KeCep iodlne ln glans container witli snall opening, a...

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OBITUARY MRS GEORGINA DAVIES. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938

OBITUARY 'MRS GEORGINA DAVIES. THE death occurred at her residence Miller's Homes on Saturday last of Mrs Georgina Davies at the age of 79 years. The late Mrs Davies was a daughter of the late Mr and Mrs George West, and was a native of Talbot. At 30 years of age, she was married to Mr Henry .'Davies who pre-deceased her over sIx years ago. She resided at Tarnook'for a number of years, and came to Benalla about two years ago. She possessed a kind and likeable disposition, and made many friends who will regret to learn of'her death. ' The funeral which took " place on. Monday last was to the Benalla cemetery, the cortege leav Inson.. The coffin bearers .were Ing the Methodist Church, The burial service was read by Rev..L. E. Wilk Messrs W. West, H. West D. West and. F. Lynn and the pall bearers were Cr. F. A. Cook M.LA.," Messrs W.. Webb, 'J. West; ' A. Davies. H. 'Currie .and S. Cummings. Mr" E. A. Abbott lhad charge of the funeral, ar rangements, - . _ .: MR 'JAMES SPENCER::-. Tho ...

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

GOORAMBAT NEWS :HE (Goorambat branch C.W.A. held i: Ifs monthly meeting on Thursday afternoon of last week, when there was a' record attendance. After :'dealing with a pile of correspondence., l!all details for the conference to be held at Goorambat on the 25th Inst., were flnalleed. Mrs A. E. Wallace and Mrs D. Day were elected dele gates to attend the conference. Miss Kennedy then gave a very Interesting and instructive demonstration on glove making. Afternoon tea was served by Mesdames Norman Hooper, F. W. Saunders, L. Ople and D. Day. Among the old residents who re turned to St. James for the coursing last week and who stayed with Miss Nellie Kelly, were Mr J. Mullins of Geelong; Miss Vera Pelly, of Coburg; and Miss K. Mahoney, Bourke St. Mesers Norman Campbell, Curtin and P?anklyn all of the city, stayed IWIth Mr and Mrs Jack Anderson at

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DOOKIE COLLEGE REPORT FOR JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938

DOOKIE COLLEGE REPORT FOR JULY. THE Principal of Dookie Agricul tural College, Mr A, 'C. Drover mann) in his report to .the Council of Agrliultural Education " for the month of July, stated that good soak Ing rains amounting to 172 points for the month (810 points for the' year) have made the season's prospects considerably brighter, and crops as a whole look strong and healthy. ' Fallowing has proceeded steadily, 200 acres' having been ploughed, 25 acres have also been ploughed for *Sudan grams for summer fodder; The growth of pastures has been slow -owing.to the effects of.frosts and cold weather. 1,400 lambs have been marked "and of these. 940 should be available for sale as freezers, the balance being made up of ewes and stud sheep. The inspector, for the Corrledale Society made his annual visit andecommented very favorably on' last year's' rams and 'ewes. Sufflcient ration sheep are on hand forvacation, but it will hbe necessary to purchaseo both mutton and beefo early.next ter...

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BENALLA TALKIES AGAIN PRESENT A FIRST-CLASS WEEK-END PROGRAM. SATURDAY AND MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938

;BENALLA TALKIES;.` AGAIN PRESENT, A FIRST-CLASS WEEK:END PROGRAM. SATURDAY AND MONDAY. . CRIME story has been sot to the music of some of' the? world's greatest, composers in :Paramount'' tradition-smashing, romantic 'drama, "Stolen Heaven," with a cast topped by glamorous Olympo B radna and Gene Raymond.. Under the direction of Andrew Stone, who has been breaking customs ever since 'he de sorted Broadway for Hollywood, "Stolen Heaven" tells a story of the 'flight of two young jewel thieves from the police of half of Europe and plays it against a background of the beat liked lpieces of such master composers as Liszt, Moskowski, Chopin and Strauss. The throbbing excitement of a rail road story is the central 'theme of Universal's. "West Bound Limited," featuring Lyle Talbot and. Polly" Rowles. -A runaway train , thunders along at. high. speed, rushing down a mountain side around steep, curves, plunging through a' tunnel, roaring across a bridge pounding downp closer and closer to a ...

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BENALLA TO HAVE VICE-REGAL VISITS GOVERNOR TO OPEN BENALLA SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938

BENALLA TO HAVE VICE REGAL VISITS GOVERNOR TO OPEN BENALLA SHOW. AT Monday's: meeting of the Ben dlla Shire Councll a .letter was received frgmm the secretary., to" the Governor-General of Australia, stat Ing that their Excellencies, Lord and Lady Gowrie will be In .-,Benalla froni, 10 a.m. till 10.46 -a.m.,,'October 20th, and asking that ,adraftL of the programme suggested for the wel come, etc., be forwardedl an soon as possibleo; also asking that' if, any written address is to :e made .to His Excellency, it hbe forwarded in order that a written reply may be prepared. A letter was also received from Colt: Pott, secretary to the Governor of Victoria, stating that Lord and Lady Huntingfleld would like to visit Benalla. on the occasion' of the local show, and would this be convenient if the visit, could"be arranged..' It was' decided 'to leave arrange ments for the' visits in the hands of the president (Cr, T. a'1B. Cook) rand the secretary (Mr R. rJ. Murray): and the' Central :lding...

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