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BORING FOR WATER DISCUSSION AT WATER TRUST MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938
BORING FOR "WATER;. DISCUSSION AT WATER TRUST, MEETING.. AT yesterlday's omeeting of the Ben alla Vaterworks Trust; a short discussion .took place on , the recent beoring tests ,carried out with .a view, to establishing, a supplementary sup-, ply.. Testes were made by ths Soutiorn. States Boring Co., 'and the .soil was forwarded -to" Melbourne for analysis. ,Mr. iFawckner (engineer), said that hohnad 'recelved, a telephone messag from. the a'authorities ;in rwhhich°they stated ; that a, re . '.w ipvould be fur nished: within a' few `d ays, ?It ;was pointed out Lthatso, far from. the' ests made "the, water w as ?.lighly'?charged ,witli minerals .at.200 feet, ;.and at 141 foct. it contained ,,a ;fair ;.amount ' of minerals, -and compared. favorably with Nhill. Mr Fawckner said that until :they, receilved the` recommenda tion nothing could be done.' SUITABLE FOR "RETICULATION The engineer said that it was rather highly charged to be used in the re-, ticulatlon. Com,. Say said that he w...
TO-MORROW'S FOOTBALL BENALLA v. TUNGAMAH. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938
TO-MORROW'S FOOTBALL BENALiLA': v. TUNGAMAH. ,? lBonalla meet Tungamah on Satilr .day next with every. confidence. They expect. to field a very -strong team ?, having only one absentee, that, being M. Dunne. Last' year's captain, B, Squires, will.play hls.flrst'gamon for the season, and all .football fans no doubt:are pleased to see his :name on the list again. When . Benalla mot Tungamah in. the ", first round on the latter's ground they. were de feated by the' small margin,.of, three points, and on their own ground in the,.second round by five points, which makes to-morrow's match a very in teresting one. The following players'will repyresent Benalla:-W. Hicks, G. McLean, L. Stevens, W. Slattery, 'R. 'Cogger, R, Spencer, L. Spencer, R. Goodman, i. MIonneny, H. Williams,' Keith Rhodes, R, Gillott, S. O'Brlen, B. O'Brien B. Squires, J. Sykes, F. Glazobrook, B, Newltt; 19th, J. Holloway. Emergen cles: t. Burns, J. Willisl L, Whyt. law,' Ken Rhodes, L. Lawther. ..The bilus leaves doch...
CORRESPONDENCE SOUND LIQUOR CONTROL. To the Editor, "Ensign" [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938
CORRESPONDENCE SOUND LIQUOR CONTROL. To the Editor, "Ensign" Sir,-Your contributor from the Liquor Trades Defence Association, under the above caption, sIngs a paean of praise on the theme of the present control of the trade. Its'trib ute to the Licences Reduction Board is interesting. lut why doones the trade allow itself to become the major lawbreaker in the State to-day under thin ideal control And why does has It been forced, fighting every step of the way, by an Indignant public to this "Ideal" control? Why, too, Is the trade so anxious to alter" this ideal position? For'the issue before us on October 8th, Is no more a battle to retain the present control than it Is a light for- prohibition. If the poll re veals a large "No" vote, the present position will not last a month. There will certainly be 9 o'clock or 10 o'clock closing, and there will cer tainly be taken from the people all right in the future to pass judgment on this traffic. But the present system is emphatl cally n...
CR. A. J. SADLER RETIRES [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938
CL A. J. SADLER RETIRES .A. J. BADLER, who has repre sentUd the Mokoan riding In the Benalla Shire Council for only a short period, announced on Monday last that he did not intend to seek re election at the forthcoming municipal elections. Cr. Sadler said that although he had only been in the Council for a short term, the experience had been a most pleasant one. Individually and collectively councillors had ex tended great fellowship, and It was with a pang of regret that he was re tiring. Owing to his residence, he was unable to carry on. After his house had been destroyed by fire, he had resided at Wangaratta, and rate payers found dimeulty In locating him. He hoped that the shire would continue to progress, and he thanked the council's ascers for their em clency. tactfulness and assistance. Cr. Hanlon said that rather than make a speech, he would prefer to sing the the old Scotch song, "Will he noo come back again." Regret at Cr. Sadler's retirement was also expressed by Cr. F. A...
GRADES IN OUR PRIMARY SCHOOLS ARE THEY TOO LARGE? (Contributed). [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938
GRAL4DES IN OUR PRIMARY SCHOOLLS ARE TI-HEYTOO LARGE ? (Contribute d) , M..iATTER' oxercising the mind of :overy;.thlnking ;parent: to-daylis tho unwleldly size of the, grades In our primary schools. 'Even more, clearly. does it become .,apparent to the educationallst, , that our 'children. are not .being given the opliortunity to -equip; themselves 'to ;the 'best' of theirl ability, nor 'to prepare" ado quately for filling. their niche' in life to ,the fullest of their' capabilities. Each year sees the, " standard .ro ,quired, by employers ,and. industry raised higher and high.er. Compoti-' tlon: for . lucrative employment .be comes keener, and the worth-while, positions. go to 'the fortunate ones who havehnad the opportunity.to de volop their natural, talent under,, fav orable conditions. Why should - not the. children attendlng our. State schools have at least a reasonable chance of developing to the best of thilr ability? A decade ago'the merit' certiflcate was commonly accepted...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938
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WON HIS FIRM'S TROPHY TWICE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938
WON HIS FIRM'S TROPHY TWICE. Playing In the' Yarrawonga Golf Club's annual -tournament during last eek-end, Mr Jack . Ebellng, who is well-known to Benalla golfers, was thei winner of the men's aggregate M8 holes. In addition to the cup for this event which was donated by members of the Emerald Country Golf Club, an additional- prize-The Black and White trophy-was donated by Jas. Buchanan and' Co. As Mr Ebolling is connected with the firm he very graciously returned the trophy with the wlsh that it. be available for a club competition. It is rather a co Incidence that the firm donate a tro phy at the Bonalla tournament for a similar event, and Mr Ebeling was the winner on that occasion.
BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938
BENALLA SHIRE ' COUNCIL: MONTHLY, MEETING. THE monthly meeting of the above was held on' Monday last when the chair was occupied'by the presi dent (Cr. T. -a'?l~ Cook). Others present were Crs. M. P. Cleary, T. HIanlon, C. Stolz, .E. W; Bleske, A. Harrison, W. MacGregor Ingram A. J. Sadler J. Bowdern F. A. Cook, W. James. CORRESPONDENCE. From Mr McEwen, M.H.R., stating that he has received advice from the C.R.B. stating that the Board cannot .carry out the work suggested on the -road to the Benalla landing.ground, as, under the Federal Aids Works and Roads Act, the Board carries out re pairs and maintenance of roads or approaches to Government properties. -Received. From Lands Department, asking whether the Council has any objec tion to the road between allots, 32, 32B, and 32A, 38A and 26, Taminlck, being leased to the" applicant, A. J. Sadler, Wangaratta.-Objectors to-be advertised for. ' i From same, asking for any objec tions to the road between allotsi. 30A1, Tatong, 44B, 44D a...
VICTORIAN CHARITIES BOARD OVER £673,000 DISBURSED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938
VICTORIAN ..CHARITIES BOARD . OVER £673,000 DISBURSED. nIE Charities Board of Victoria distributed £422,600 from the hoe pitals and charities fund In the 12 months ended 30th-Juno, it was an nounced in Melbourne. A total- of £01,980 was spent on "building, works .and,£380,620 on maintenance, .A f ur ther- £100,257,was spent on. building workes under loans. and grants made gvailablo from unemployment . relief loan funds,, and £60,752. was spent on after-care sufferers from. :infantile paralysls.
Victorian Open Championship Benicia Wins Big Classic WONDERFUL COURSING ON FINAL DAY CHAMPION VICTORIAN GREYHOUND [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938
Victorin Open Chlapionshi Bieicia Wins Big Classic WONDERFUL COURSING ON FINAL DAY CHAMPION VICTORIAN GREYHOUND The Victorian Open Championship was concluded at St. James on Friday, whein the Yarrawonga' bitch, Benicia, owned by Mr L. Jacksoni'-'defqptod Mr J. Bainos's Andrion in' the final. in a short. I 4ouTsoý M'Srh 00.-'tako.,;was :th"^ g-reatest. opn cl asio ovor' eauapd'' in. Victoria. The wonderful manner in which the mooting was run has established St. James as one of the. foremost clubs. uonicla opened favorite at i6 to 4 on. To a fast hare she led four lengths, turned and pulled up, whilst Andrion was unlucky to strike some fencing whire. Benlcla was awarded the stake by 25. points. She won the Victorian Oaks last, year; whilst Andrlon was rmunner-up in the VWat erloo Cup this year. This Is the second year In succes sion that Mir lalnes has been runner up in the Victorian Open Champion ship. FINAL;.DAY'S COURSING. The fourth day's coursing of the Victorian Open- Championsh...
FOOTBALL BENALLA-TUNGAMAH LEAGUE BENALLA DEFEATS YABBA-DOOKIE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938
FIOOTBALL BENALLA-TUNGAMAH LEAGUE BENALLA DEFEATS YABBA. DOOKIE. Most local residents again missed a fine opportunity of witnessing some very first class football when Benalla met and defeated Yabba-Dookle on the showgrounds on Saturday last. They had met twice earlier in the season, when Yabba were successful on each occasion, but the position was reversed in the third match when the locals, playing much bet ter football, ran away in the last quarter to win by 35 points. Each team missed several regular players, B. Crimmins and L. Comerford being 'absent from Yabba's team, whilst Benalla were without R. Cogger, R. !and L. Spencer and M. Dunne. Mr 'Spencer senior died on Friday. last, and Mr Walker. father of Mrs Bernie Squires, died on the same day at Bright, and as a mark of respect and sympathy with the bereaved the players of both teams lined up on the field and observed a period of silence. A strong, wind was blowing and favored.' the grandstand goal, .'and Yabba with its assis...
NORTH-EASTERN MILITIA BATTALION WITH HEADQUARTERS AT WANGARATTA. APPROVED BY AUTHORITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938
NORTH-EASTERN MILITIA BATTALION WITH HEADQUARTERS AT WANGARATTA. APPROVED BY AUTHORITIES. "11,1t. Mle1W]tWN, AIJI.It., Ith received nrldvleo from the fl lnltstor for Do fenoco to tle effect "tltt apptlproval lilts ilelo given for llto formarllon of.a millln Ihl tllt llltnt coveting theo counttry ditrictls of North-E?alern Vlctoria, ilth hndoIIAlltllt'l rs at WaLn garla'ntta. The neonsllnry action io v?Io offect In the npprovatl will lie brought Into operatllon at an early dalc. Initiativo -from Wangaratta. The oItggeHotion that a North-ElSt ern Itattlllolt Iho flnl?lotl emanatled fronm Iino Intltertled In the milita Lat V\'ongtral.ltt, land the retlteoHt to tlho ttIIIHlster for Defenco wit rollado by the lorou gh Cooncll. It won?l contendel tlhat II locllal hat-l. It.o ocroIting. MucOt h tllttiactiona itt tt to o' . t ItttI the Defence t utthoroI tort htteagreett mitthl thtl.
HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL REVUE SHIRE HALL PACKED. DOOR TAKINGS OVER £70. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938
HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL REVUE SHIRE HALL PACKED. S DOOR TAKINGS OVER .£7Q 'A NOVEL and highly entertaining and mirth provoking performance was staged by the Benalla Black Band Rovuie Company at the Shire -,Hall on Tuesday evening last, and the ' management is to be congratulated .?upon the success which attended its work during the past three months, and the artists must have been thril .-led to find the hall packed by sup .porters of both teams, all ready to enjoy their several items. Much work , had been required to present such a "'fine and varied programme, and all Swho have given their services must :now feel amply repaid, for the ro turns approximate £80, which will re ..;suit in each team, the All Blacks and the Benalla Football Clubs receiving a: very welcome addition of about £10 to their funds. "iWith the assistance of: the Minerva Dance Band, who acted as orchestra, eas well as supplying many of the ac ';companlments, the program opened ,with a flne swing, and the houtisewas ro...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938
STOCK, LAND AND FINANCIAL AGENTS HEAD OFFICE: BENALLA. BRANC IS.--Wanjaratta, Rutherglen, Dookie, St James, .Denelsh, Violet Town, Eurea, Tea and Mansfield. Stock Sales also conducted at Yarok. Strathbogle, Ruffl. Britain, Bonnie Doon and Longwood. AGENTS FOR : The :Famous "Cooper's Dlp"' (Manufactured In Aus tralla). The Curator of Estates of Deceased Persons. The Co?nmerclal Union Fire Assurance Co. Ltd. London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, and Finance Company. Sub Agents for Australian Mutual Provident Soclety. Trucking Agents for Watts. Turnbull and Co., Melbourne. •We also have a big selection of Houses and HOUSE AND BUILDING BLOCKS for Private Sale, and intendlng buyers should make a point of seeing our list. LOANS ARRANGED. -We can arrange Loans over Broad Acres anid '2ownship ?';leourltier at the Lowest Cuirient Rates of Interest. S?~ ritest secrecy. f:'. WATTS, TURNBULL AND CO. 'Phone 17. BRIDGE STREET, BENALLA Robinson and Monds GEO, ROBINSON, Sworn Valuator; N. A...
ENGINEER'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938
iENGINEER'S REPORT t follows, the report : being." receivdd except ,where., otherwilse specifled:- Devenish Riding.' a Boundary 'Road,' Boxwood.-T'h? joint vworks ai greed on 'to :beo carried out .onr this:road:hanve?now beon."comi pleted .except: for.t- final ?:i trimming, which cannbt )o carried out untiltfur Sthor consolidation bytraffio has,.beeh effected ." The total cost to :'date, of, these vworkIs is £210/2/11. The :work of: re-shapirg and 're-, surfacing' the' section of this' road immediately north .of •Gooradmlit tow.anship heas been commenced and. Is procehdingig itisfnctorily" . ChesRney-cooramio tilond :nt tIebk'r. -This' section of'roadi-n-oasits of a length of abolit 25 :rhainait -° ofu'ln formed.. roand,together. ýitn a length of abliout 10 chaitns.lof ?"forined ,road, none qf qf which is :n very goad order. Apparently. tihe length of old '-forma tion;?s,failrly lad during wit weather. Thlis section would reiquid to obe ro formeis and gravelled to be satlsfac" toiry...
NO-LICENCE DOES MEAN PROHIBITION INDEPENDENT CONFIRMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938
NO-LICENCE DOE&S MEAN PROHBITIJON INDEPENDENT-', CONFiRMATION`: An. enlightened democracy is not deceiveodby duplicity;: nor/is' it mlae led: by :masquerade. "No ' case, ob scure the issue," the expedlent 'ofthe crafty advocato`an'trclpatlng the cer ~alnty? ofdefeat, arouses 'its' deter= mination to discover the truth. ' This dishonestt expedient iflrnds : ox .presslon: in - the' '!Two Voices"' of the Licence ;-Abolitionists: the - one' de-, manding, prohibition; the- other, hop ing:to enar tre* the' less ;wary: electors by: masking the -old" tainted, .'corrupt: and rejected.j Prohibition in.: the ' pos-, Sibly .less offensive`'guise . of "Vise Iteiatrictlon," r -,.. SWoretliere any lingering ` douht upon thidmeanling of the ' resolhtton to°be isubmlttedi'the : very' deflinite opinion ,of eminent Counsel (whbich ';: have already . quoted) ;;that the' issue is 'one -of 'straight-oul.t Pro.hiibl lion, shoruld :dispel r'ilsapproehonslonr. tAnd if further. endor.salint - ;-were ...
WEDDING LINDSEY—STEER. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938
WEDDING LINDSEY-STEER. TIE wedding of Miss Maisie Steer, second daughter of Mr and Mrs H. Steer, of Whorouly South, and Mr Harold W. Lindsey: youngest son of Mrs Lindsey, of 3 Riddell Street, Elsternwick, was celebrated at St. John's Presbyterian Church, Elstern- wick, on Thursday afternoon of last week. The Rev. W. W. Ingram (for merly of Wangaratta) was the cele- brant. The bride was attired in a beautiful, off-white taffeta frock, with &nbsp; a tulle veil held in place with a coronet of orange blossom falling in soft folds over the- train. 'She was attended by her youngest sister, &nbsp; Helen who chose eau de' nil green taffeta, and carried 'a' posy of purple violets,, and wore a top-knot of violets in 'her hair.' -.A reception was held,at the home of the bridegroom's mother, near relatives only 'being &nbsp; present. 'The future home of Mr and Mrs ,Lindsey will be` in Benalla.
LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938
.LOCAL & GENERAL 'AM'ERICAN TEA.-The Boy. Scout Ladles'.Committee held an :American tea 'onA;'uigust' 5th to assist theo,.hall building, fund.: A programme was ar ranged and enjoyed by those present. The gift". table was well stocked and the sum of- £6/16/3 was added to the fund. LOCAL SINGER'8 :S SUCCESS Competing: at the Albury Eisteddfod, last week.?leiss . Li. Crimmins of Benalla won the mezzo-soprano. solo,' and secured second. place oin the sacred .solo, and the section for song bliy an Australian composer. CCom menting on the mezzo-soprano item, "The Lotus Flower" by Schumann, the 'adjudlator, Mr Lirimner said that h voice was"nicely prodtdced, and a good understaniding of the song 'was evident, with nice tone colorinig and clear' diction. The singer gave .a ;very soulful rendering,'. CARRIER'S LICENCE.-At -the Bonalla court yesterday,' Thomas A. Rt. Thornburn of l3enalla,' was granted a carrier's licence. THE LIQUOR POLL.--Mr: C. J. Crowley, district oicer for the Be...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938
Austin Prices are Down Reductions from £45 AUSTIN IS HAVING A RECORD YEAR. THE FIRST SIX MONTHS OF 1938 HAVE SET AN ALL-TIME WORLD SALES PEAKS THE RESULT IS THAT WITHOUT LOWERING QUALITY IN ANY WAY, PRODUCTION COSTS HAVE COME DOWN. THE SAVINGS are passed on to you. Prices have BEEN.REDUCED. EASY TERMS FROM £80 DEPOSIT AND 30/- WEEKLY. HERE ARE SOME OF THE MODELS THE "SIXTEEN" SALOON FROM £322. THE "TEN" SALOON FROM £269. THE "EIGHT" DUAL PURPOSE ROADSTER, £229. THE FAMOUS AUSTIN "SEVEN" SALOON FROM £199 You. Buy a Car But You INVIST in an Austin AUSTIN HAS ALWAYS BEEN FAMOUS FOR PENNY A-MILE MOTORING DON'T FORGETi TO SEE THE LOCAL AGENT M. LEAHY BRIDGE STREET BENALLA WEST E WIL SIPPPY AE PARTICULRS rt at at ly a d r t " I A CA CAN SEE IN THE DARK.. DON'T strain your eyes! Get Texaco Light of the Age Kerosene and put ii hi every lamp in the house. You'll get a softer, brighter light and you'll enjoy the advantages of a cleaner-burning, longer-lasting kerosene. No burnt wicks, no smok...
THE GOOMALIBEE HALL ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING DECIDES TO CARRY ON. CANVASS OF DISTRICT TO BE MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 12 August 1938
e THE GOOMAULBEE HALL ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING DE. CIDES TO CARRY ON. CANVASS OF DISTRICT TO BE MADE. THE public meeting held In the - Goomallbee Hall op Saturday night last, proved by the fine attend ance that the people of Goomalibeo can always be depended on to turn up I when the occasion calls for their at tendance. The meeting was for the purpose of deciding the future of the hall. Those present were:-Messrs D. W. Heaney (president, in the chair), M. o. B. Meadows (vice-presldent), T. nallintlno (secretary), A. L. Guppy, H. H. Wallace, W. J. Carey, L. Heaney, J. Hanlon, C. White, E. Carey, H. Brldgfoot, R. Terrett, A. Ballintine, Anderson, J. J. Kenneally, J. Burton, F. Wilson, W. Carey Junr., W. Plnncot, R. Home, M. Currie, T. Plnncot, and Mesdames Heaney, Thomas and Emery. Apologies were received from Mr It. Anderson and Woodcock Bros, for non-attendance. The minutes of the previous meet ing were confirmed on the motion of Mr Meadows, seconded by Mr Wilson, After discussion, Mr J...