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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 19 August 1938
nmnwulIIammnuI mmznn fznctuiujijrahujm O E BY FOR; BETTER BABY. WEAR.~: nnn imuuinnuuununmmuunomuuumnuuuunoniiin SATURDAY & MONDAY SONGS, DANCES, SPECTACLE, DICK POWELL "THE SINGING MARINE" SPECIALTY BY LARRY ADLER. -ALSO, COLOR CARTOON, COLOR TRAVEL, OUR GANG, ,:1 MUSICAL SHORTS AND NEWSREEL. (F; o General Exhibition). : ."COMING SATURDAY, 'AUGUST:27th; I SHIRLEY TEMPLE, "WEE WILLIE WINKIE" THE " 105 2" 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 erfect instrument for every room in your ome. Price £E18 - 18 - 0 EASY TERMS AVAILABLE PHJIPS w tdiýo per AMBROSE ,DOXEY BI?!DG 'STREET, BEINALLA. Phone 448. ItmaIIlnmlnlnrnrrglIffuuoubmlmiaummun mu G PE. you ·r c ·''- f~ FOR LONDON SA5Y cA .IAGS llllllllalll~llt '2IIIII
GOLF NOTES BENALLA CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 19 August 1938
GOLF NOTES :_, BENALLA CLUB.:' A Stableford' competition '.was con ducted on Saturday last, results being as follows:--: "A" Divlslon.--O. V. Cowan, .11-20 37; L. Ledger, 10-20-36; 'A. '.. Grubb, 16-19-35; C. ?Vebstor,' 14-2135;'.T. T. Clarke. junr.,; 14-21 35; V. Sheppard, 13-22-35; T. V. Cowan, 16-18-34; C, C. Perrin, '11-23-34; '. 1. B Mello' 12.20 32; W. Carthew. 14-17-31; T.' . Doubleday, ' 115-31; A., N. Forbes, 8-22-30; 0. Oliver,.: '9-21-30; A. Urbahns, 15-11-30;,H.Ii Hanlon, 13 17-30; A. .'Scholes, 11-18-29: A. Thompson, 15-14-209 E. E. Carter, 12-15-27; W. Steel, 13-11-26. "B" Dlvlslon.--D. Rellly, 21-20-41; N. Edgar, 21-16-37; 'T. La Peyre, 21 16-30; D..- McKenole, 10-17-36'0: N. Chrlstensen, 17-18-35: I. J. Murray, 18-17-35: B. O'Donnell,' 21-14-36; E. RI. Richards, 17-160-33; N. McNIcol, 18-15-33; A. N. .Walker, 20-13-33: G. T. Say,. 21-11-32; nA. Cleary, 17-15-32; C, Elvlsh, 18-14-32; A, C. Brown, 21 10-31;. J. Galvin, 18-13-31: A. Lindsay 18-12-30; D. E. . Blair, 19-1...
FINAL TEST MATCH [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 19 August 1938
FINAL =ESTV ' ,MATCH S fi'flfth Test,' . whlch Is to b= i 'layed to a flnlleh; commences to morrow at the oval, the headquarter. of the Surrey Cricket Cluib; In South ,London. Australia has won. the only' conipleted ihatch of-ith'e series' thin year, having ?wona'the' fourth 'Tent by 5 wickets 'and 3 runs,.' and thus re tnle the "'ahes. won is the corres ponding match: in 1034 by Woodfult's eleven, and 'again by .Bradman'. eleven in Austritlla last;year. England ' W111 attempt to make' the': idmber 'of wine and defeats equal for, this tour by Hcorlng a ?ictory in this game, but the Oval has 'been 'the scene of fine "Australian successes during the later years. In 1030 Woodfull'won'the fifth and deciding game here by an Innings .and 30 rune, and in 1984 `his team, ifter scoring 701 runs in ite first In nings, nnally won' outright', by, the huge total of 602 rune., Ini,these two matches Don Bradman scored '232 and 244 'rcepcctively,,and ;keen interest is now shown in the possibility o...
BENALLA STOCK MARKET WATTS TURNBULL & CO. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 19 August 1938
BENALLA STOCK MARKET WATTS TURNBULL & CO. WATTS TURNBULL & CO. report having. held their usual fort. nightly" sale at 'the Benalla Corpor ation Yards on Tuesday last, when they offered splendid yardings of fat sheep. and fat cattle to the local.trade and outsido, buyers from ,Melbourne, Euroa,. Shepparton, Wanrgaratta, St. James, Devenlsh and Violet Town. Our penning of.fat sheep. was~?'par tlularly heavy, one comprising, a few pens "of outstandlng wethers and lambs and the balance usefuil trade 'quality.' Prlces for all classess howed a. declineof ;1/ to.1/3,per head on our last. We' offered a- very attractive penning of ,fat' cattle ,comprising several pens of very choice , quality lightweight' bullocks, + 'spayed, helfers. and young cows. . Included in these was a draft of very prime Black Poll heifers' rnd lightweight Hereford bul (hicks sent forward by. Mr H. J. Old ney off his Lima property. ,For the third consecutive time we topped the market with these cattle...
RAISING THE SCHOOL LEAVING AGE AN ESSENTIAL FOR THE FUTURE OF DEMOCRACY. (Contributed). [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 19 August 1938
RAISING THE SCHOOL S LEAVING AGE AN ESSENTIAL FOR THE FUT. URE OF DEMOCRACY. (Contributed). "The. grbatest cause of'. fallure o our educatlbii"lis"toirt Is, that 'by' far thIe largest part of the product, six In every se'n;lb i thrown at the=-mercy of chanie. at: the :,very 'moment, ;ithe age -offourteen, when their 'previous education is, about to pay compoutnd Interest 'If continued,: and when most of what they thave-learned -can be forgotten, in many cases, entirely." -Dr. Cyril Norwood. To-day, sclence ,?,has .;gIven' us glimpses of a new and happler world whore all may enjoy the pleasures of art and culture. 'We are passing' from the nage;of the machine Into the age of power, when, leisure .should be possible for. all-"tlnme to feel aliv6 In". !At. the same time, science has almost abolished . space , and has brought' all members of the, human . family ?lnto close contact. This has added o theo:complexity of. modern Ilfe and made it' mperative for us to understand -one, another...
Big Football Meeting Monday Night [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 19 August 1938
Big Football Meeting .Monday Night ON Monday night next a public meeting will be called to decide whether Benalla are capable. Physic ally and financially, of Producing a team to enter the Ovens and iMurray League next year. There is no doubt about the ability of the players themnselves, but those concerned are eager to find out if the necessary Dubll support Is. forthcoling.
CORRESPONDENCE THIS "PROHIBITION" BUSINESS. To the Editor, "Ensign." [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 19 August 1938
CORRESPONDENCE THIS "PROHIBITION' BUSI. NEESS;" To thu Editor, "Ensii.g" Sir, Again your contributor from ithe Liquor Trades Defence, Unlon: i :trying to. bluff the people about the lssue on October . 8th. A leading !daily, financially interested in 5 the traffildto the extent of some huridreds of :poundi weekly, makes a dogmatic statement; and that. is' the . alleged "ovidence"' produced. In fact sir,. the only' support for this dellberate, at tempt to hoodwink the people, s .as follows: . (1) The statement of a 'nameless "oeminent Counsel." Thls Is of course, even 'if; genuine, merely an opinion, and dozens of cases are decided by a jury 'of' the people against "eminent Counsel." (2). The dogmatic statement of one newspaper fnancially Interested In the truade-evidence utterly.worth less in the eyes of any sane man. That n,o-licence is not prohibition Is known fllly well to Mr. Lston and his writers. They know also that' a lie is well nigh impossible to over take. -However conclusi...
BENALLA TALKIES DICK POWELL STAR OF NEW FILM MUSICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 19 August 1938
BENALLA TALKIES :DICK POWELL STAR OF NEW' FILM MUSICAL. Just what'tho title In'icate Is' thL story. of "The - Singing Marine,' which, with Dick Powell as the star, will have Its local "premiere at the Benalla Talkies on WVednesday and Thursday. Dick Is a M arlne-a modest prl. Vate at the San Diego base- and. he can sing. So his comrades got up a purse to send him to Noivw York to have a try at "MIayor Rowes"~amateur hour. . At. the san?, time, on heroown, Dlck'e sewoetheart essays to enter heri 'olco' info the competitlon.' This.is Doris Weston; a lovely 'and talented newcomer to movies.??" . She doesn't get byi The Mayor's famous gong stops her, but'Dick.be comes a tromendous: success, ' .; r 'That was too hadl It'goes to Dorisl head. Spolloed' by. the. '.adultation, of innumerable women, and 'fawning" oI "hanger-ons" 'who "surround him,: the young hlrineaforgets hii. comrades. The supporting. cast. include Larry Addler, High Herbert,' Allan Jenkins, and many. others,'.: You w: ill...
NORTH-EASTERN CENTENARY BROADCAST FROM WANGARATTA. COMMEMORATION SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 19 August 1938
,NORTHEASTERN :CEN- " ':TENARY BROADCASTFROM* WANGAR ATTA. COMMEMORATION SERVICE. NEXT Sunday evening, August 21st, . at 7.45. p.m.;'"Station' .3.S.R. Will broadcast ithoe whole' of the, oveening service 'from . Wangaratta' Cathedral, whlch'twwlll be received =and" ampliflled In all Anglican'churches in' the towns of'. tho'North-East, -' in : hallsr, and school :buildings in 'the country: dis tricts, and :by the fireslde .in:'romote homes: All ordinary, evening' services .at: 7 p.m,wiill be'sibandoned.' ":This'great united: nat of worship; by people all over the Dlocese, at the same. time,~ in the same words, and listening one and all to the -same sermonha has been : arranged- as a means of marking with thanksgiving th0l100th anniversaiy of the settle ment' of' the old '"Murray and Ovens District," a territory, now known as the" "North-East,"; and corresponding with the present, bounds of' the Diocese of Wangaratta.- For the first tlmoe, people who are ordinarily sop arated by .vast...
COUNTRY GOLF CLUBS SWANPOOL TOURNAMENT TO-MORROW. SWANPOOL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 19 August 1938
COUNTRY!.; m CLUBS Si.?8WANPOOL TOURNAMENT TO-MORROW. . 8WANPOO'OL'LUBB' eomtnbersof tu' '~Siwanpool club" played a_' bobieycompetition. o?ver" 12 holes on Saturday last., Some of the leading5cards wero:e. :; .G''A' mrade- P.iBranleant 4 up; F. Hopkins,4 ;up; P .Burns,2 up; A. J. Dennls, ?squnre ; ,W~V.Burns; :2 down; A. Henney;:2 down '-sW. BHayos, 2 down; A.; Marston',2 down. B Grade- F1 H-oraburgh,4 up; IR. ravwley,P4 up; J,'Merrigan, 2 up; H. Allott, -square; T,' Horsbrgh, square; J. Webiter,'- .square;" G.' Warnocle, equare.'.' ;i The ladles were catoered for with match: play over 12 :holes. Results: Miss" R.iOawloy d.Mliss V. Llttlewobd. 4. up; Mlss ;J.Burns d..b Mia L., Ren klni 2; up; :Mrs P. :Branlgan d. Miss J:, lorsburgh, 2 up; e;Miss P. Burns d. Mrs J.' Gaivley,' 3upi: IMrs O'Callaghan d..MIsnH Cameron lnu1i;'sMrsa Allott.d. 1n5 ' 1l'nhatBr. 1Urn.i\ - Annual Tournament; On Saturday, the,';lli ,wil hold Its annual tournament, 'comnenclng with singles at 0.30 a;m. There wi...
ST. JAMES NEWS BASKET BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 19 August 1938
ST. JAMES NEWS BASKET BALL. In the northern and southern groups of the Stewarton-Telford Banket Ball Assoclatlon, both finals will be played at St. James on Satur day. Dovenleb "A"' will meet Lake Rowan "B" In the eouthern group, whilst In the northern group., Tunga mah will meet' Telford. Both finals should prove very exclting.' The win-s nora will meet: In,;tho grand final at St. James the following Saturday, RAINFALL. The rainfall at St. James for the week-end totalled 21 points, OUTBREAK OF MEASLES, On outbreak of German measles has occurred at Lake Rowan, but no serl ous cases have yet been reported. PAINTING THE HALL. A further working beeoo was held on the weook-end to give a second coat of paint to the extension of the St. James Publlc Hall; Last weook-end thb' entire exterior of the hall was painted. by local workers. The hall now looks very much hotter, sa much larger, and it Is hoped to linoe t ::-l.n ¶'h ', future.
GOLF TOURNAMENT AIDS POPULAR GIRL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 19 August 1938
GOLF TOURNAIMENT AIDS POPULAR GIRL Si4HE V'arrenhayne Golf Club staged It tourlltltent on their links over Iost week-end to aid the candidatture of Mlls Dot lamen. - Many golfers were present from Ienale. and utr roundilng clubs. The fnancial result piroved. most satisfactory, resulting in at prollt of 13/15/. At the conclu elon of the day's play, AMt C. Price; president of th .e club, thanked all those who supported the event that afternoon as well as those who as siHted. PRESIDENT CONGRATULATES HIS WIFE. The iresldent had the pleasuro of congratulating Ills wife, hMrs C. Price, who was suIceofuIIl In carrying off the two ladies' events. Of course,, the eocualonl did not lians without Heveral intereetions froam the gathering. 'I'Theo winner of the men's evenlt wait Mr IT. Cleary, of Bonalia, who was nnlo congratulated. RECORD OVER NINE HOLES. A. pro~mising player, Miss MR I Sen alons covered the first nine holes In 36, which was a record. She has been showing exceptionally good for...
CHURCH OF ENGLAND MEN'S SOCIETY LARGE GATHERING AT BENALLA [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 19 August 1938
CHURCH OF ENG :MEN'S SOCIETY :. LARGE` GATHERING AT BENALL SIxrv men attended the C.e.M.S. rally at Holy; Trinity Church. ieonallt, on Monday evening lal Reopresentatives from Eurdn, 'lWanga - aitta, Sheppinton ind dBonInll:' bran chen were present and also cliurch men from districtsn more aldJacent to oenailla .such na Swanlpol and Gloor The rally began with Evenoong In the chulrch; and Ias continued later In the lnarisr HIall. Bro. O. J. WVhitoe, proesident of thee 13enaila branch, irlielly welcomed the brethlren and In troduced iro. i. l11. Livinot, of Wtn garattn, Diocesan Chltlrmrnn of the C.E.lM.i.., wiho was tile chief alpaker for thi evening. Addreshlig the `mneeilng, i.mrb: `Liv Ing stated thit the C.IIM.S, was the moblliutalon of the man power of the church to be trained for a dolinito ob Jectivo e andtl to, h united n1 notion. It was essentiallyl :t spiritual. moulaty and aimed at the promotion of follow ship anid so implied shitring.:, T'hose entering the oceloty pledged...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 19 August 1938
W..Iaatts,T.urnbull & Co c.STOCK, LAND AND FINANCIAL AGENTS HEAD OFICES BENALLA. BRANCHES.-Wangaratta. Rutherglen, Dookie, St' James. . Dovenlsh, Violet Town, Euroa, Yea and Mansfield. Stock Sales also conducted at Yarck, Strathboglo, Rufffr. Drlmin, Bonnle Doon, and Longwood. AGENTS FOR:: The Famous "Cooper's Dip" (Manufactured' in Aus S trailsa). . The Curator of Estates of Deceased Persons. The C?nmorcial Union Fire Aasprance Co. Ltd. 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 selection of Houses and .HOUSE. AND BUILDING BLOCKS' for Private Sale, and Intending buyers 'should make a point of seolng our list. LOANS. ARRANGED. We can arrange Loans over Broad Acres and 'o.wnship -Seciurtlies at the Lowest Current Rates of Interest. Strietest Secrecy. WAITS, TURNBULL AND CO. 'Phone. 17. BRIDGE STREET, BENALLA IlOIlSOil I I lI I...
CAR ACCIDENT NEAR MANSFIELD CLAIM FOR DAMAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 19 August 1938
SsCAR :ACCIDENT NEAR MANSFIELD CLAIM FOR DAMAGE.8 At the Benalla County Court on Tuesday last, before Judge Fos t:,ter,:the Mansfield-Yea Passenger Service Pty. Ltd. proceeded against J. Tossall, Sydney Sparks and Aubrey 'Carslow Sparks for £103 damages arising out of a motor collision on: the road between Mansfield and Yea, on- the 11th June last.. Defend ants counter claimed £127. : Th plnaintiff .was reprecsnted by Mr B.'J. Dunn, instructed, by 'Mri Mal. Ryan, of Benalla, agent for; A. L. An derson; whilst M?r.-T. R. Doyle, In otucted -by+.Mr It. 0. Hoban, of Ki1 nore, appcared for theodefendants.. S rCharles, Ernest .awrence, of Co burg, 'motor driver employed by thc AMansfield-Yea Passenger Service Ltd. the first witness called deposed:- remembered leaving Mansfleld at 2.21 p.m. on the day In question in an 11 passoengor bus, and -rmrnmj?bered also the collision which took "placo about five miles f, rom Mansfield. I was travelling at: about 35 miles per hour, and on the section...
Popular Police Officer Entertained SERGEANT McMILLAN ENTERTAINED BY COMRADES CONVIVIAL GATHERING AT POLICE STATION [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 19 August 1938
Popular Police Officer Intertained :SERGEANT McMILLAN ENTERTAINED BY COMRADES CONVIVIAL GATHERING;AT :POLICE STATION A a tributo to tho etom n whi Sroeant A. W McMillan, I. Solld by polic' comrades, 'mombora of the force travolleds , many:-milos dact in ' hcii nnevening at thlo Bonaolla barracks on Satfr. da eveining last; to mark: the occasion of his appointmont ae Scr 'eCgoant in `'ohargo .of pthe "eBonalla distr ct; and ho wa?:mad?- n a re'enta tion 'of- a; casoe of pipes. The promoter of the veioy njoyLv )able0'evening, lirit-Constahiii 'I ynch, read out sevoral ,'apoldgies :and I'.i luded "in (,th list .was. one frnui Sub ,Inspoitot il., O, :Kcliiiedy, formerly of tenrillia, hitt ndow of Milduhra. `In ThI' l-tter ho 'tliat:d hs dee'. regret at bho Ing unablhl to" o lfeosent, but was anxloatuly awaiting his .holidays when ho'"ivdio ld?-'etiitr n to'BfIalia '-:. HAD KNOWN GUEST' FOR 34 tEARS. Thle function tis presided over by Subll-nsiector 'Kiorce, anid ,ifter the loyal toast h...
INFECTIOUS DISEASES GROUP BENALLA SHIRE DESIRES INCLUSION BENALLA MUST PAY £375. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 19 August 1938
aINFECTIOUS DISEASES 4-GROUP BENALLA SHIRE DESIRES INCLUSION BENALLA MUST PAY £375. A ? fTINO of the group of coun cliO having on agreemn.nt with the 'Vangaratta District lBase HoopI tal for thu reteatmcnt ' of Infeetlonu diseases wvaH held att tihe 'fown Ialli Wnrgalatta on PThursday night of last 'week, when tle following were present:-CrIo. JT. .- Dundns. (\tngar atta l3oroltgh, in the chair), A. IT. Smith, W. .,lohnon ilnd J. Connore ("Vnngaratta Shire), P. C. Snowden and MNr D. Reid (eceretary, Oxley Shire), Crs A. J. Sadler, T. a'I. Cook, C. Stolz natnd .' V. .IteoHIo (eonnllo Slire), and, Mr T. C. tluntz (honor ary secretary). . An apology was recolved from ro Ipresentatlves of tile Shire of Bright. ADMISSION OF' BENALLA SHIRE. 'Regarding the adminslon of Jlen allt Shire, the Shire of Blright wrote to the effect that it considercd f400 a fair.quota flor, loealla Shire, but Its letter received in May, exprensed its preparednesso to agree to tity action taken. Delegates from Be...