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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 26 August 1938

Watts,T urnbull & Co STOCK, LAND AND FINANCIAL AGENTS S;,' HEAD OFFICEI BENALLA. S BRANCHESB-Wangoratta, Rutherglen, Dookle, St. James. " ;.Devoenth, Violet Town. Eurda, Yea and Mansfield. SStock Sales also conducted at Yarck; Btrathbodle, iRu ff. ".. Brimin,,Bonnle Doon and Longwood. AGENTS FOR :;, : : . The Fa'mobu 'Cooper ' Dip" (Manufactured I-n Aus C"ra . .The 'Curator of Estateis of Deceased Persons. ; . -;The Commerclal Union Fire Asspoance Co. Ltd. . London and Lancashire Fire Insuranco Company, and 'Finance Company. Sub Agents for Australlan Mutual Provldent Society. Truckini Agents for Watta, Turnbull and Co., Melbourne. .,We lo have a big selectIon of Bouses and . HOUSE AND BUILDING BLOCKS or Priv ateB ale; and intending buyers ahould make a point of seeing our- llst -. LOANS ARRANGED. : W e can arrange Loans over Broad Aores and ,awnshlp Securlties at the Lowest .Current Rates of I-Interest. Strictest, Secrecy. WATTS, TURNBULL AND CO. Ph: ^Phone:i 17; BRIDGE STRE...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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GOLF NOTES BENALLA CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 26 August 1938

GOLF NOTES t BENALLA CLUB. tty On Saturday last a four ball beat A. ball against bogey was conducted, re. n. suits. being as follows:-G. Oliver and I H. Hanlon, 6 up; E. R. Rickards and *. D. Reilly, 4 up; G. Cowan and L. n- Ledger, 4 up; .H. W. Lindsay and V. th Sheppard, 3 up; T. Clarke and T. Clarke Junr., 2 up; W. Steel and N. Edgar, 1 up; S. B. Mellor and C. Elvish, 1 up; D. Webster and M. or Ryan, sq.; A. E, Forbes and R. I, e_ Wilkinson, 1 down; I. Gunn and A. ,, Thompson, 1. down; N. McNicol and L. A. Sayers, 1 down; F. Harrison and T. La 'Peyre; 3 down. re Knock-Out Competition. d The following matches were played re in the knock-out competition:-T. g Symons d. L. J. Crawford, 4/8; V. to Sheppard d. J.' Galvin, 7/: ; W. N. ik MoNicol d. .D. Rcilly,.1 up: R. I. Wil is kinson d. A. Scholes, 2/1. - id No Fixture on' Saturday. • Next Saturday'. 7there will. be no official fixture the Golden Vale tour , nament being conducted on that date. n On the following Saturday, 3rd Sep te...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 26 August 1938

..?-;--~-·· .?-J·:, ?.. "r'. ? "?":? ? 'r? .?:?.", ,, n ,r:n - . FOR SETTER EASY WE A .~j ) SSIRLEY TEMPLE "In Wee Willie Winkle" VICTOR McLAGLAN, C.AUBREY SMITH Talkies Saturday, Monday , , HE WHOLE TOWN IS TALKING ABOUT THIS ,(FOR GENERAL EXHIBITION) Marie Frock Shop. BRIDGE STREET BENALLA S (Two: Doors from Savings Bank) HATS FROM Ji/. RAINCOATS FROM 14/11 FROCKS FROM £1. EVENING WEAR FROM 25/. HUGE REDUCTIONS IN COSTUMES, COAT FROCKS, BLOUSES, SKIRTS, JUMPERS, GENUINE REDUCTIONS THE 1052 NTRODUCING now principles of con struction developed in the groat Philips Laboratories, the "Ton 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 - Price £18-.18 -O EASY TERMS AVAILABLE rPH LIPS E adio, r. AMBROSE DOXEY BRIDGIE .STREET, 1ENALA lhong 44;;,. -. jIA, , FOR LONDoONBABY CARRIAGES 1III IIllllllu II?InulllliIU IIu...

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GOLDEN VALE GOLF TOURNEY COMMENCES ON FRIDAY. SCRATCH EVENT FOR MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 26 August 1938

GOLDEN VALE GOLF : : TOURNEY COMMENCES ON FRIDAY. SCRATCH EVENT FOR MEN. rHBI annuil Golden Vihle golf toulr nr' namnt: will li: b commenced tjo day' (il'rday), at 1.30 p.m., when eventm, for assoclatio will include IL sciratch 'event over 18 holes, hadicapl 'ovcnts, secret nine holes and eclectic ninhe holes, and a teanms comi]petltion. On Satitrdaly mnc' . ventHs will ,he played," both 'mornlrig 'and afturnoon, whilst founrome foi' : aHHielaot will lio platyied in the afternoon. 'Mixecd l fourl?ome will be played on' Sunday.afternoon. .Luncheon and: anternoon ten will bIoe vallhbleo at the links' 'In order to' lighten "the - work. of the 'ofilHei.s, ill competitoirH ;tir nHted to Ilcdge .their 'cntrleR 'early wit thell totiniim'cnt 'scretiary, 'Mi A. Sullivaun. ,SCRATCH EVENT IF. SUFFICIENT ENTRIES.' .Tlhe cotimittc: han decided to Ini clude a1 men's 18: holes Horatch event provlred there ar'e ten entrloe. l'ntry fio:wlll he 3/; and a' £1i/' trophy rorder will obe given, tleo winn...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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FAMED BEAUTY SPOT FOR TOURISTS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 26 August 1938

FAMED BEAUTY SPOT FOR TOURISTS What might a Tennyson or a Kipling say of the mighty and yet delicate beauty of these majestic forest giants. A scene along the picturesque Acheron Way, which runs between Cement Crook, near War burton and Narthethong, travorsing charming forest and mountain country

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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UGLY MAN COMPETITION WINNER TO BE ANNOUNCED TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 26 August 1938

UGLY MAN COMPETITION WINNER TO BE ANNOUNCED; TO-NIGHT. THE Ugly Man competition .which - has been running for. some :,time past in .connection with the:Popular Girl Quest, will be finalised at :the Shire. Hall to-night, when the winner will be 'announced from the stage during the picture entertainment, and. the' successful "ugly man,' will be presented with .a cup which has been donated by Mr George Willliams (manager'Benalla Talkies). The. final count will take place at 8-o'clock. The manager of the Benalla Talkies, Mr George Williams, Is generously donating a percentage of the takings to the fund. The winner of the com petition held in con.dnction with the Ugly Man competition will also .be announced. Results, of various competitions or ganised bythe Apex Club are as fol-, lows: Bottle of whislky (donated' by Mr J. Noonan).-G.' Briggs, Bridge , Street.'. Bottle of ,Wine.--R. Bawers, .'alls-` bury Street; . "" Pair of lady's. allppere.-Mrs K. Volk ,,Benson Street. " Gent's sllppors...

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FEDERAL TREASURER LANDS AT BENALLA MR CASEY GREETED BY JUVENILES. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 26 August 1938

FEDERAL TREASURER LANDS AT BENALLA Mt CASEY GREETED BY; JUVENILES. THE Federal Treasurer, Mr Cdaey, who was accompanied iby Mrs Casey, landed at Benalla aeodrome at about mid-day on Saturday last' in a Vega Gull single-engine low-winged _ monoplane. Presented New Australian Three-. pence and, Penny. As 'Mr and Mrs Casey stepped out of the plane they were surprised to see a gathering of about twenty chil dren. After asking them several questions as to the dimensions of the ground, Mr Casey announced that he was going to present a new Austra Ilan 3d. to the fastest juvenile on the ground. In great excitement the children lined up and the race resulted in a win for Master R. Wilson. The only girl In the party. was June Hyde, who was awarded second place. The ~Fed eral Treasurer presented the* winner with a new Australian threepence, whilst June Hyde rgcelyesti new:. Fenny,

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LARCENY ALLEGED YOUNG MAN TO APPEAR AT COURT THIS MORNING. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 26 August 1938

LARCENY ALLEGED YOUNG MAN TO APPEAR AT COURT THIS MORNING. PETER GRIFFITHS will appear at the Ienalla court this morning (Thursday) on remand, on a charge of the unlawful bossession of an overcoat, a pair of gloves and a lock, .the property of Mr Stanley Mellor; with stealing a travelling rug and sun glasses, the property of Mr Barry .Harper: with stealing a gent's leather overcoat the property of N. Canny; and with stealing a brown wallet containing papers, the prop. prty of Mr Nell McNi(o ol, " - k

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Local and General [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 26 August 1938

Local and General BEAUTIFYING SCHEME AT TENNIS COURTS. - Further Im provements have .been carried out at the Benalla. Lawn Tennis . Club's courts, when 40 ornamental •trees were planted In the .,trlangular, piece of land adjacent tp the courts;. '>PROTEST AGAINST TRANSFER OF TRANSPORT OFFICERS.-This week Constables Wilson and Watson traffic constables stationed 'at Benalla, received notice of transfer to Shep parton and have to leave at an early date. The shire secretary,. Mr R. J. Murray, has, communicated with Cr. F. A. Cook, M.L.A., asking him to lodge a protest on behalf of Benalla residents. In view of the officers concerned having to. patrol the Mans field district, and go north as foar as Albury, it. seems" ridiculous that they are forced to make Shlepparton their headquarters. POULTRY SUCCESErS.--At. the "Shepparton Poultry hhow last. week Mr H. O. Davis, ofI Benalla, was first and champion for. the best Australop and also first and cham6ilon for the best utility Australo...

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CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP WONDERFUL GOLF BY L. SAYERS EQUALS COURSE RECORD [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 26 August 1938

CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP WONDERFUL GOLF .V L. sAVeaS EQUALS COURSE RECORD THE final of the Benalla Golf Club's ehamplonsh(p was played on the Benalla links on Sunday last over 30 holes, between the title holder, L. A. Sayers, and G. Nason. Over the first nine holes Sayers was three up, hav Ing secured an eagle at the third, 440 yardds. Both players played super golf and came home in, 33. Sayers re turned a fine card of 6e. His card read:-Out, 4 3 3 3 4 3 4 5 4--8; In, 4 4 3 4 3 4 4 3 4-- 33 Nason returned a 72.' The contest wab continued after lunch, when Sayers won the title 6 up and 4 to play,

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 26 August 1938

PERSONAL On:Monday afternoon last, the up. stairs room at the Memorial Hall made a.delightful setting, gay with lovely spring flowers, for the card party held by the Benalla, Country Women's Aseociation. Seventy ladies took part in the cards. The prizes werewonasfollow xaz xz xz xs xz were won as follow:-Bridge, secret number (prize donated by Mrs Box), Mrs P. O'Donnell; highest score at secret table, Mrs A. W. Grubb; special prize (donated by Mrs H. B. Waller), Mrs D. Rellly; euchre, Mrs Slevason. A tasty afternoon tea which had been arranged by Mes dames H. Simon, A. C. Brown, C. Bal lantine, Crossley , A. Walker, O. Relily,. and F. Brooker, was enjoyed by all. Among those present were Mesdames T. V. Cowan, W. N. Davies, M. Robertson, W. Steel, A. H. Lina bury, M. Leahy, J.. Sutton, R. J. Mur ray, L. D. Fawckner, J. G. Cannon, Orayson, J. Hair,. Smith, Drew, H. Sheppard,: Justice.; :Harding, Thorn burn, F. Croucher, Robbins, Mt. For rest, J. ,Stevenson, Stacey, W'. Relily, A. Sull...

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VICTORIAN TEACHERS PAY, PROMOTIONS, RENT. MEETING AT WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 26 August 1938

VICTORIAN TEACHERS:' PAY, PROMOTIONS, RENT. ' MEETING AT WODONGA. Scombined meoting of teachers of North-Eaitern Victoria, held 'ate Wodonga .to discuss some problems of the teaching.. service, was presided ;over by lMrItI. Booth, Mitta Junction;, wlth ': Ir 'J. I 11111 BaIli; arundtida, as secretary, The .meeting was .addressed by Mr 11. Francis, Wangaratta district coun cillor of the Victorian. Teachers' Union, who stressed the fact that a contented (teaching service was nee-` essary to give full beneilt to the re forms in: modern' eduational practice. ."Financial worries and :the hopeese ,blockage In promotions as a result o6f the Government policy," he said, "present'tacheliis In: spite of them selves, from giving of' their. beit." The residences and anomalies exist ing under'the piesont system of cal culating rents were reviewed, and.d teachers, particularly 'those " in thec 511th: class, wer tirged to take' an ac-o tive intercet" in affairs of the ?:each ers' Union. The propos...

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A FORWARD EDUCATION POLICY FOR VICTORIA (Contributed) [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 26 August 1938

A FOiRWARD EDUCATION PiOLICY FOR VICTORIA (Coh?rlbuted) - 'UST twelve months have elapsed V since. the N.E.F. Conference was held' in our State. During these ses sipns vtie found a sudden interest-bo fn~g taken in' education. We learned of,,the. standards and alms rof -educa ,jloi in other lands and the opinions of these. l".eaders -in educational thought 'on our system here. Many seggestlons fior what mrhight'be done were left with us., T.he 'coniference 'lft' us -I thlhk I rpay say "yith ao firm resolvoto attempt, to' improve our system: to alldw our children ar. o'p portunlty' to lda'rtake` of an deducation that:ecompaire' favoribly, with ;the best in ?theo? world. .,After" this space of timeiit tIehbeas us to review the con crbte resuilts ofth'ls 'conferenco and critically ak ourselves o it we have even, started' to c?rry aout t thie fliie i ideals`that we were imbued, with byy our visitors I feet thiat the majority: f us`i' mst admit, that'· woe 'haveo?llen 'own: 6n oifr resolu...

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SWANPOOL GOLF TOURNAMENT AN ENJOYABLE DAY'S OUTING. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 26 August 1938

SWANPOOL: -GOLF~ TOURNAMENT "AN ENJOYABLE DAY'S',OUTING. The annual., tournament of th 'Swanpool Golt Club wa.baeld on'sat= 'Trday last 'nr beautiful"w?ather: ;'Iho links woere in woriderful cbndition,' and a'hn;excellent afternioon's'golf was'en joyedbd by members fromr :arrenbayne; -Varrpniayne North : dnd' "Tarnook bldtbs' some very good ' cards"- were returned:; i~verything:' went:' ft with out?ia hitch, and the;commlttoee doliro to "express` their thanks to all those who heled' to maike the day a success. Following are the lotalli- WTHE WINNERS ;' Ladies' Ch?mpionship ?ifiesl." S Eagleton. p Gbnt's?? Championship 'ingesInf . Wardle.' Mixed "Foursomos Championship.l-J. Wardlee and Miss M. Session l Ladis' Handicap Sing iles.Miss Wal iGent's Handic Si ngi?es-F. Hors; Handic;p'p Mixed ,:Foursomes. , " .Hocking and Miss ,D. James. Handicapl Men's Foursomes.-R. Gasw= iyl and" M Alloit.: -'-;"l " " Ladies Scret Nine Holes.-Nrs G. Jesone . Gent's Secret Ninr Hools.-R. Gawlsy: Some of;...

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CORRESPONDENCE "PROHIBITION CONCOCTIONS." To the Editor, "Ensign" [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 26 August 1938

CORRESPONDENCE. "PROHIBITION CONCOCTIONS." To the Editor, "Ennign" Sir,-Under the above heading, your Liquor Traedos contributor heaps abuse on what he calls the "Victorian Prohibition League." I preoume he moans the Victorian' Local Option Alliance-and its supporters for al legedly'hoodwinking the pullble on the issue before us on October 8th. One thing hna become perfectly obvious that one side or the other is dellber atoly Indulgjng in a campaign of mis representation and of deception. In view of the fact that deliberate dis tortion of fact has formed the major part of iall liquor propaganda to date, It seems likely that here too they are the offenders. In fact, sir, not one of the contributed articles appearing no far In this series has heon free fronm this contemptihle type of propaganda. The use of the word "Prohibition," the "23,000 unemployed." the statements regarding primary Industriea, the weird statistics from America and the statement of the situation In Finland --all h...

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Coles' New Store GREAT INTEREST IN FRIDAY'S OPENING ATTRACTIVE BUILDING IN BRIDGE STREET [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 26 August 1938

.! Coles' NewStore, GREAT INTEREST IN FRIDAY'S OPENING ATITRACTIVE BUILDING, 4N" BRIDGE STREET Oik so atown ma, be judged by, the attention paid to; it by ~prorersive business **gan .atio..an , o reason the. deci t 1~~s ~r , sionofMeara G. J. Cole and Co. t. to erect. modern business Smna~s. and, pen .a branch inL aonflao ias,an Idicetion that the odmn pany h complete confidence inhe futurs of the 'towna a bu is shesf The 'Benalla -hbranch- -whilch is * thI 72nd store establishel by. J.. Colet t iand.' t n Australln,. will boe oponed for' busln?h?i?t n Fri day; I:rr i a modesBt istar'fin Collinbwood minoro than:,twenty yelarp i ?ago'fiwh eCi the Col16H brotiier. returne tfr6ni e'tlhe whe ar, has grown lhis imm'enbse oiganlnation itylitores throughout th mriost I.m-, Sporl%'rcentresa of ; "the '"'Commo'n-' Swealth At. th?? f tart W i:.Va some time h.before b';tho ..putblic; became ac- Scustomed;,to.,the methods of- ithf'or sianlisatlon,- which .ls'I conducted; oii slmilar llnes': tot...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 26 August 1938

THE Management o Benalla Talkies would be lacking in ordinary business ethics, f they did not extend their very personal recommendation to a Picture that contains Enjoyable and Wholesome Entertainment for the Whole Family. :: L" CHARLES DICKENS' FAMOUS "DAVID COPPERFIELD'' FoR THREE GALA NIGHTS SWEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY; AU GS 31st, SEPTEMBER 1st, SEPTEMBER 2d p,,ook Early - mlhas Now Open. ANDERSON'S . 132 Bridge St., Benalla PHONE 418 :, --THE :MODERN FURNITURE WAREHOUSE WHICH SUPPLIES THE PUBLIC OF BENALLA WITH THE LATEST IN FURNITURE AND FURNISHINGS GUARANTEED AT BELOW MELBOURNE PRICES Compare These Prices This Lovely 3-Piece Lounge Suite in Genoa Velvet,. £8/10/. Sold in Melbourne £11/15/. 2' 6" Flock, 15/ 4' 6" Kapok 39/6 3' Flock, 18/6 2' 6" Com. Beds, 27/6 Other 3-Piece Suites with Loose Cushions, in latest 2' 6" Kapok, 25/ 3' Com. Beds, 29/6 Genoa Velvets, £11/15/, 14 gns, 15 gns. 3' Kapok, 28/6 Pillows 1/11 and 39/9 .Rubbed Oak Bedroom Suites Special Quality Ax. .Rugs f...

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FOOTBALL NOTES LEAGUE UMPIRES FOR SEMIFINALS AND FINAL. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 26 August 1938

FOOTBALL NOTES LEAGUE UMPIRES FOR SEMI FINALS AND FINAL. At a meeting of the delegates of the .Tatong-Thoona Football Association, held.on.Friday last at the Commercial Hotel, final arrangements were made for :the forthcoming' semi-final and finals. .. First Seml-Final-on September-3. ,T, he', first semi-final, will take .place between Tatong and OClenrowan on theo3rd .September, and the '?second' semi-final.ibetween All' Blacks'.and Violet Town has been. ! arranged for thef:ollowing Saturday. All Matches to be 'Played at Benalla. , All. semi-final and final matches will be played on the: Benalla show grounds and it was decided to en gage League umpires." "VIOLET TOWN v. ALL BLACKS. The following will represent Violet Town in their match against the All Blacks at Violet Town on Saturday: --C. Cook. G. and E. Peacock,'K. McDlarmld, L. Robinson, B. Carse, R. Williams, :N. and S. .Watkins, G. Doeser 'A; McDiarmid, E. ItRusOel, D. Mitchell, D. ;Fowler, A. Aldridge, B. Saunders, Roobt. A...

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FOOTBALL BENALLA-TUNGAMAH LEAGUE BENALLA OVERWHELMS ST. JAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 26 August 1938

FOOTBALL BENALLA-TUNGAMAH -LEAGUE L BENALLA OVERWHELMS 8T?? JAMES. .Although rhe"ground'- was rather hard ,the conditions were almost perfect for football'i. at St. James where the 'locals srpbtt .Benalla on Saturday': last : r.ch "tearri'fielded a veiry strong sideBenalla including L. Whitelaw and Holloway Instead ,of Sykes and :Williams, who were not available,:.and wvhen . Lea Stevens was Injured.: in the second quarter ILes Lawther, the nineteenth man re Placed him, and produced such fine football that his retention In .the alde is now assured. Benalla soon 'showed that their form of the previoaus Sat-, uirday, was. all: wrong, and after clicks drove thoe lill forward ori the ourice,. Glllott immediately. scored i rst' goril. Thoe- c'ontinued in' ttis; ~n "during the flirt (?: q'uartkri?, 'ic£!ied fi goals .4 Abehinids, whilst .,SBt 'James' scored 1 i goal 3 ,hiid . Changing- over the locatls osap n 'easlon arid playing ot getheh, soon hail Betnllatattled d' addedl 4 goals 5 beh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 26 August 1938

.ABOUT YOUR POWER KEROSENE Green - FOR SAFETY ! "Claims about Power Kerosene don't mean "a thing to me. I want Proof! Texaco showed .ne the proof of their claims as :: demlcon.strated in; tests.atth? '.liaw-kcsbury, ;-. Agricultural ' : 1jige and other: testing giound;rj-tit 'I went further ..I " proved . I?: laims myself: r;Up. iere on the Tractor I know that with Texaco Green Super Power Kerosene, the engine keeps cooler and gives ; more power. I cover mre groundi ; and at. the .end of every, day I know that' I've saved a subsiantial amountt of kero. You can get the same results." JTEXACO , SUPER POWER KEROSENE ': ., · . ' . . .. .. . . Portrait of f . Drunkard Sentenced to six months for child beating . .. as a matter of fact, it may have been manslaughter but a neighbor called a policeman and stopped it just in time . . . And that's the latest venture in the very worthless life of this now confirmed drunkard. Of course, this photograph wasn't taken at the, time of the crime, it ...

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