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LABOR COUNTRY CONFERENCE AT SEYMOUR [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 March 1938
LABOR COUNTRY CON FERENCE AT SEYMOUR THE annual Labor Country Confer. ence will be held at Seymour on the 18th and 19th March, at which resolutions passed will be- forwar ded tq the Easter conference. Mr J. Devlin will preside and the Benall4 delegate will be Mr H. O. Davis. DAMAGES AWARDED.-At the Benalla court yesterday, before Mr D. Addison, P.M., G. Warnock of Benalla sued A. Graham for £18/10/ damages arising out of the negligent driving of a motor truck. Mr Mal. Ryan ap peared for the plaintiff, and Mr E. T. Brown for the defendant. The case lasted nearly four hours, during which time a' considerable amount of evi dence wasee heard. The P.M. gave a verdlet for the plaintiff for £16/10/ with £5/11/ costs: Erlo Smith, (for whom Mr E. T. Brown appeared) claimed £1/6/ from Victor Ellison being damages for negligence in the driving of a motor truck. Defendant did' not appear, and the bench awar-. ded plaintiff the full amount of the claim, vi., 51//, w..ith £4/13/6 costs.
TWO CARS COLLIDE TEACHER IN ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 March 1938
TWO CARS COLLIDE TEACHER IN ACCIDENT. T\WO erar ouno driven by. Aien Ilowells, of Liko Ro;wan, and the other by AMr T. G.. Doubleday, head nmanter at Yarrawongt Schaool, came into collinlon at the Interseetion of the lbennlla-Yarrnwonga - road. and Wilnter'H lane, on .Sunday with the recult that It In stated that Mlien S11owell'sn ar. wan -badly.. wrecked and MIr I)oubleday'r car suffered .exten ive damalge, It In alleged that thecar driven by TMr Doubleday was proceeding, along the llennlln-Ynrrtawotnga road and the car driven by ~l an HHIowellO came oult of Winter'H lane, the front wheel of tin l 1Ilocwellt' ear becoming locked In the rear whelil of the car it hit. ir Doubllledny rcelvod Injurien to the head and shock, but he was able to go to his home. .
BUSH FIRE AT TATONG A GOOD SAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 March 1938
BUSH FIRE AT TATONG A GOOD SAVE. A FIRE broke ollt on olr. Janka's Iproperty at Tatong on Tuesday Inst. I'ortunately a goond muster oC tire lighters turned up in quick time, and :onfined the outbreak to stubblO land, I st thought the Ilre' started fromn t a tractor which .wol working at the time. About 150 acres of stubble were burnt., A-. nicea .hower of rain rluri? the night mlno thto positioni safe,
BENALLA DIGGERS MEET LARGE ATTENDANCE AT ANNUAL MEETING MR. G. NASON ELECTED PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 March 1938
I,:2B'IENALLA DIGGERS MEET LARGE ATTENDANCE AT ANNUAL MEETING . MR. G. NASON 0 ELECTED 'PRESIDENT. The Benalla,Digger. heid thei' annual meeting at the Memorial - Hall on Saturday evening last, at which there. was a. large' attend. :. ance, when thedretirin'g:president"(Mr M. G. B. Meadows);touched on tho year's activites,. He urged upon Diggeirsto join up and take an interest -in the branch. . - .i.: ; Then meeting openedil wilhthe usual two nmiaiutce' ilience, , aidn: the secre ayrlcad .tle aninual finaincial state m?entie hichi l disclosed" a dencit of El t8/13/7. ?.riio'T allnce ,c:sheet wasH as ll~lpts. - SUbcrIptionl £-£3/Ir/; SAnac Day. celebrations ' £47/11/; n tiraisfor'rcd. romi trust account;, £? 10/1; Federial ,GfbVolrnmcnt. graht, £2;' Mu. inH nd Dade'. reunion receollts - £6I/1i 'old-tlnici ball receipts,; £21/8/; Sskcial account; .£11 ; donations; '£28 18/i!: smo6lc t £12nh debit linilaince £18/13/7:;ul~:nientcd cheque 'l£4/3/. *Total £258/tO/ . r TO&?'penditu...
THOONA U.C.P. ANNUAL MEETING. SUPPORT FOR MR. McEWEN. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 March 1938
THOONA U.C.P. ANNUAL MEETING. SUPPORT FOR MR; M MEWEN. TITE annual meeting of the Thoona branch of the T.C:R.w held', on Monday evening laBt- at.tho Thoona Hall.; r A. Martin; ?hepreldent, . wasan in the: 'chlr. The balnncr lienOt wan' presented. and duly adopted. It disclosed a credit Ialance of £2/10/5. Ii OFFICERS ELECTED. Oflcc-bearern electerd ifor. thnre en suing year were an follow:--Prel dent, Mr ;Alhert Manrtin: ":vice-pranl dentls, MeHssr C. ?J i ecol 'ni O. Martin: snecretary nd treantiror,( Mr 19. Lindhlolm: iLndltor, Mr J IT.Di]3n nle. 'A committee. of oeven wan (aP pointed. l, Dolegnton to the Diptrlct Connell mneetlings for the ensuing year were AMeanru A. Martin anod E. Tindholmn. The president, Mr A. Malrtlin, was napiii'ntOd deolegate to, the lallnrnt corferencr!e MR. McEWEN SUPPORTED.+ A' resolntlon. .wnn cnrried'Ctlialt the meeting, hnn every confldeonce 'in? Mr Ilciwen, the lion. Minitaer fori?tx tornal Affairs, andthat it llinapproves of the Central Couiicll ''...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 March 1938
i I I I i ?I • II CMuDM l alefUl? l Ul OiQl.lMlU uW I B Specials at Carters . ..? AUMINIUM JUGS, 1/- EACH ALUMINIUM TEAPOTS, 2/- EACH ALUMINIUM KETTLES, 3/6 EACH ALUMINIUM PLATE COVERS, 1/-''EACH : TIN COLLANDERS, 2/- EACH. ? ' - .ENAMEL CHAMBERS 2/- EA CH EAEL BILLIES, 2/B EACH. ELECTRIC TORCHES 2/6 COMPLETE' 'vCARTRIDGES OF ,ALL; KINDS. - LARGE ASSORTMENT TOOLS. CARTER & CO. CARRIER STREET. BENALLA NEL0N B00 TERY (Opposite the Centre Arcade) For Good Footwear at ':Reasonable Prices WE HAVE ?UST OPENED A LARGE RANGE O" .MATRON'S SHOEL.THESE ARE SPECIAL DOCTOR SHOES, PUMP 80LES, FITTED WITH PATENT ARCH SUPPORT, AND GUARANTEED TO GIVE COMFORT AND WEAR. THEYI CAN BE HAD IN' COURT, TIES AND CENTRE BARS, AT. 19/11 PER PAIR. . LADIES' WHITE, BLUE AND WHITE, BLACK,AND WHITE SHOES IN DIFFERENT STYLES TO CLEAR AT 7/11 and 9/11.: LADIES' SLIPPERS FROM :1/11 TO 9/11. WE HAVE A VERY BIG VARIETY OF LADIES' COLORED KID SLIPPERS AND SATIN QUILTED SLIPPERS AND FLOW-. ERED MORACAIN WITH SOF...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 March 1938
77 'IU~ I~`'". ·~I·~:_P)N ý .rr FOR BETTER BABY WEAR i L y1 " b i ls. amsu?umaw nsu u a imeilmuh lla wouaiii?m im , N? .w , ,,,-,-,........ ,,,,,,,,,_ Se arch for Beauty" : Ladies, the PARISIAN SALON gives you : INDIVIDUAL treatment with PERMANENT, i.;` .WAVE, that ends your Search for Beauty.: Miss Carroll has designed a new :.original Salon in the Centre Arcade for your enjoyme?nt:i;;M' and comfort.. Its lovely Ivory and Green- uri roundings give you. that sense 'of ease and :oi .. fort during your Permanent Wave.. ? THE PARISIAN SALON . " , (MISS .'RENE CARROLL) CE NTRE ARCADE, BRIDGE s STREET, BE:'NALLA ? .? . . ;?_.= :,..lx o.,._,;.... ........ ,,muuu u ,?,? ,,-?,I1N7N Saturday and Monday SIX SONG HITS IN THE MUSICAL, WITH JAMES MELTON x "MELODY FOR TWO" ALSO THE ROMANTIC COMEDY, x "DANGER, LOVE AT WORK" SHORT- AND NEWS Both Pictures.Not Suitable for General Exhibition. NEW FORD Ford 10 Sports Tourer ANOTHER ACHIEVEMENT FOR FORD Petrol Consumption ".' 30 to 40 M.P.G. Wheel Base...
YOUNG FARMERS' CLUBS SUPERVISOR ADDRESSES MEETING OF A. AND P. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 March 1938
YOUNGi FARMERS'i CLUBS SUPERVISOR ADDRESSES MEETI NO OF A. AND P. SOCIETY. With a view to stimulating interest in the Young Fai?ier' Clubs movement in the Beinalla district, Mr Courtney, Victorian 'super visor of Young Farmers' Clubs in Victoria, addressed membere of the Benalla A. and P. Society at a special meeting on Friday last. The meeting was presided over by the presldent of the society, Mr Joe. Cooper, and in Introducing Mr Court 'boy he said that the s eociety had taken a keen interest' in Young Far mcrs' Clubs by providing prize money -t their . annual show. He hoped that they would have more clubs.' After oxprDotsing 'pleasure at the arrangements which were made by thid secretary, Mr Courtney said that ho was pleased to hear of the interest which the 'Benalla society had taken in the movement.: That morning he had 'been In the Tungamah district, where ?o ,found that In three schools good work had been done, and he also found in other schools that teachers were in "sympath...
ST[?] S[?]OOT [?] GUN CLUB. [?] PRINCIPAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 March 1938
SiOT I' LA GUN CLUB. Sg pRNCIPAL mbly of shoot-. * snail gll rounds present at the "I which the prin *t first stage for un h was won by" oal j. Cooper, from " arn, wan. t itions were Ideal r owing breeze as th ch were fast and an the skill' of'the wer A- and CM ( th former be ps .Eastern star-' am older; G. Twam Bell and C. i tta), besldea a nlg the local shooters. U iers competed In 0 d the club bene doubles : event mak t, and is sure to p,, ,.progorame ,again. ct :otlero face" the getib two birds are re slid ly and must be by oth shooters. allea itch between N. en d. Walton , was the " of the afternoon lted raw, but the latter a s later, compet opn ny and dividing a t w e with four beau Co In form and his II at of M. Evans 17, a were the best of shoot well were ' ardioer, D. 'Toner otib E W. Clark also shot thout and were un l extremely .hard sltage. ln Han Di ween D. Toner, . and . Bell.. : , SBilrd Starling i between C. Prest Goodman and W: en rd Starllng Han. r ge of trophy and...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 March 1938
PERSONAL The engagement Is announced of Alma May, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs A. Calder, " Greeves Street, St. Kilda, to Perce, twin son of Mr and Mrs' P. C. Trewin, Goorambat. A' meeting of the LAdles' Auxiliary of the R.S.SB..L.A. will be held at the Memorial Hall' on Tuesday evening next. This will be the first meeting for the new year. -- - Dr and Mrs Harrington and family are holidaying at the seaside. Dr. Smith is acting locum tenens. * 9 Misses Mary King and Leon ten Brink have returned from Marysville. * 9 Mr B. Cameron, teller at the National Bank, has been transferred to Melbourne. His position will. be filled by Mr Farrell of Stratford. * 9 Mrs J. R. McLean, of Afton Lodge, went to the city on Monday last to be present at the weddlng of her niece, Miss Anne Craig Adam, to Dr. Alan Rilchards. 9 9 ,ie death occurred at Wellington., New Zealand on Monday last. of Mother Mary of the Sacred Heart Convent, Wellington. Mother Mary was Miss Minnie McCormack. daugh ter of Mr and...
Local and General [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 March 1938
Local and General TRAFFIC PROSECUTIONS - At the Bonalla court yesterday, before Messrs D. Addison P.M., H. Payne and J. eBrpell J's.P.; Harry Lock was charged with falling to enter up his time card. He was fined 12 in de fault distress. Leonard Smith was fined £1,with 2/6 costs for driving a commercial goods vehicle which was not. registered. Inspector Etches who prosecuted, pointed out that the licence fee in the latter case would only have been 6/. William E. Col less was charged with falling to carry a time card on his truck'on Ith Dec ember last. He was fined £2 with 2/6 costs in default distress. GUN CLUB COUNCIL FORMED A meeting of fourteen gun clubs of .the Goulburn Valley and North-East ern districts met at Shepparton on Wednesday and formed a Gun Clubs' Council for the purpose of-arranging dates to prevent the clashing of club fixtures. Mr D. Toner was appointed president with Mr. J. Catling hon. secretary. HINDERING THE POLICE.-Be fore'Mr D.'Addlson P.M. In the Ben anla? c...
HAS DEMOCRACY FAILED THE DYNAMIC MESSAGE OF THE U.E.A. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 March 1938
HAS DEMOCRACY FAILED THE DYNAMIC MESSAGE OF THE: U.EA;. .(H?iriten .fo the o.?fenalla' Enslgn' by Erlo D.l 1vuttlr rtheth 2 t.yeanr old oiator, hii vtictola;rian organiler: for "Tio United ~lectoi? o# f Australin.'!). .'Ila?IDmocray Ilfaled? ilow otoen .wo' hear' that quesetion being, asked lit thesoodays of world ?'?unrest, and the riseoof Fascslt dictators,. It is rather, unfortunate that :the majority of. people have very little conception of true. democracy, or how It should 'function, with the inevitable result that many of them , :are starting to despair, of over finding a. solution' to our present troubles. However, nas. democracy implies a society in which .the.will of the maj orlty' of the electors prevaill-It 'ls ,very...hard to reconcile this with the appalling conditions.under which the majority of Australian -.citizens live, or exist; at the presont time. It in hard toý,lmagine'that the- majority of 'theo.electors,. hould deslire i state of afngl'rs.?wherq .:Ji2?ner.. c...
District Cricket Outstanding Performances BATTING. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 March 1938
District Cricket Outstanding Performances BATTING. A roster (Baddaginnie), 95. '' Dosser (Baddaginnli), 55. A. Urbahans (Diggers), 48. R. Rumpff (Friendlies), 30. M. Weller (Methodists), 30. S BOWLING. Li Robinson (Baddaginnie), 4 fo 10. S. O'Brien '(Footballers), 7 for 18.' J. Byrnes (Friendlies), 9 for?73.?:?: , G. Plumridge (Methodists);, 5for 31. M. Oliver (Devenlsh), 3 for 7;?::-? . T"he end of the third round of matches in "A" Grade l leaves Friendly Societies at the top .of the premiership list with 16i points, followed by Benalla, Footballers and Violet Town, and a keen contest for the four positions may be looked forward to during the n'ext few;. weeks. In "B" Grade Stewarton is loading with 14 points, followed: by Benalla West and Devenish with 11 points each. Last Saturday the Methodists won their second match for the season by defeating Goomalibee by 25 runs, and thus reversed the result of their first: encounter. Benalla West scored a meritorious, win by 12 runs against...
NEGLIGENT DRIVING OF CAR FINE IMPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 March 1938
NEGLIGENT DRIVING OF CAR &nbsp; FINE IMPOSED. AT the Benalla court yesterday be- fore Mr. D. Addison, P.M., George McCartney was charged with driving a car in a negligent manner along Nunn Street on 4th December last. He pleaded not guilty and was re- presented by Mr R. P. Lewers. Sergeant Kennedy prosecuted. First-Constable Healey, gave evi- dence that at 7.30 p.m. on 4th Dec- ember he was on duty at the corner of Bridge and Nunn Streets. He saw defendant driving a car towards Bridge Street in the centre of the road. Another truck was coming be- hind defendant, who stopped suddenly in the centre of the road, reversed his car, travelled in reverse for about 15 yards along Nunn Street. The driver of the truck was forced to pull up behind defendant, and he nearly ran into him. He had to go on his wrong side to pass the defendant. Defend- &nbsp; ant's car remained stationary in the centre of the road for a few minutes and then proceeded along Nunn &nbsp; Street....
SYKES—RYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 March 1938
SYKES- RYAN &nbsp; At St. Joseph's Church on Satur- day afternoon last, the wedding was celebrated of Miss Mona Ryan, daughter, of Mr. and Mrrs. William Ryan of Molyullah, to Mr Sykes. The bride who was given away by her &nbsp; father, looked charmng in a slim &nbsp; fitting gown of ivory satin which was kilted at the hem to form a train. &nbsp; Her veil of tulle was caught with a wreath of orange blossom. She car- ried a bouquet of water lillies and &nbsp; pink roses. She was attended by her sister, Miss Mary Ryan, who wore a frock of blue taffeta made with puf- &nbsp; fed sleeves and and upstanding collar caught with darker blue flowers. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Her posy was of pink, mauve and blue dahlias. Mr. Tom Carey was best &nbsp; &nbsp; man. A reception was afterwards held at Weatherall's at which the usual toasts were honored. &nbsp; &nbsp;
LAST SATURDAY'S COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 March 1938
LAST SATURDAY'S COMPETITION On ?/rIll lrdaly lust twelve r'IIntR Il1ye?c It p)g'I)r'eH I'C. II g 1ne o 2.1 enlltt tfor tr?opllH I)Ipr('eented bI Mr T. ?i!rry. lKCeei conpllitton renlt Ioulttcl In two ItinHs (MrtchllnHo ndl \l'tller's), willnitlg the tlhree g? 9,Rs. In Ita II?y offt, Waller's frnk r1u1 out ,winner' i.eing one O o IJltnd onI the lHast ond twhen erolsiig over, VWaller Iay two itland i?tlnme. Ilachin?l wnH Inot nhlo lto .nler tIhe posIlln, itllthough play Ing i godl run through shtnt. Tho wilnningl rllnk co I1 iPiedl: --Trl)Ollklr, loastinck?, nitliltvt' n, aVnller (c,).
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 March 1938
ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF THE ."SAYETTE" Hairdressing and Beauty Salon NUNN STREET, BENALLA HAIRDRESSING IN THE LATEST STYLES BY"THE MOST MODERN- METHODS. M PERMANENT WAVING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. Face Massage, Head and. Hair -Treatment and Pedicure Work Opocialised in. O Modernly equipped and Soclusive Cubicles. All work done by Experts LAD IES : : LADIESWe oxtend 'to you a very cordial invitation to cll' and inspect Bonalla's Now Beauty Salon, and to consult us rogording your requirements. APPOINTMENT .BY PHONE IF DESIRED.? Betty and Sydna Say BEAUTY SPECIALISTS "SAYETTE" SALON SAY'S BUILDINGS, NUNN STREET, BENALLA. ;PHONE 443. NEW FORD Ford 10 Sports Tourer ANOTHER ACHIEVEMENT FOR FORD Petrol Consumption . 30 to'40 M.P.G. Wheel Base • ..... .... . 94 in$s. Spring Base ............. ..102 ins.' Silent Changing, Effortless Driving, Roomy i. Seats, Extra Large Luggage Compartments.. AS DEPENDABLE AS EVER. SYDFORD MOTORS BRIDGE' STREET, : : BENALLA
YARRAWONGA TRAP SHOOTING J. COOPER OF BENALLA AGAIN IN FORM. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 March 1938
YARRAWONGA TRAP SHOOTING J: COOPER OF BENALLA AGAIN IN FORM. .t' the "Yarrmnnwnga tiun Clubli cht ,on .Sftiturdayl In.HLa Jack Cooper of Iltenilla wna in greatn form. lie shiot thronghoutt tLho:. meeting without a. mIns. llnd took a share out f f nllllRost every event Itn thll prlnellitl event, the o20 haLndical, he. killled 38 witllh out I ntis. The teLnmIH (:chnlllonehil was won by foenalla team pomprnlnlll Jack Coopler, 1. Evans, (i. Dinmondl. A. Jordan. M. Evann tookn a shore nut o.' the 'wooeepatakes heldl In col .Junctlon with'- the 20 hnndirenl, anld In the .rour-bitd Hweepsoake, The No. 2 i weetnklcp J ~tdhlfin liat two pallirn wis divided lliby M Eivans andl G. DIl
GOOMALIBEE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 March 1938
-ýOOMALIBEE NEWS tIllti old CGoomtlibee resldent and T Autralin pioneer, Ifr lllnac Bri'dgfoot, who was tendered a party by a few roehtlve nlllld friendI at shtort titme Lago on the occalton of hi: 0:3rd birthday, Is receeeiving colllgratu tltory letters from people who knew him In the WVnllganratlt illd Ilnd other diotri'et over hal It ceentury ago, nlldl who read' the cecolllnt of the Iparty In the newltamlero. iran?? Io Very scarceO nld Ilhandl foeid Ing tl general. Lnd ownerll are tklc ng advantange of the dry weather to clean out ilnri( deellell their dnlnH, It It noviny y?nlrrn snllte Ho Ilatly dlnliiH have gone dry. A goodn raint will he welcomed by a11 landowne'r to give water for stock iand to facilitato seeding andi wotlking of fallow. Ii'r AV. TVtt ani his sistelr, l?rH McLeod, paid n. short visit to Coont nlitee last week and visited a lntly IO their oldltfrlends afterl a long absence. Mlr Wnatt and irs MlcTeoiid' father land mother, the late Itr aind 1Mrs Watit, clme to...
MOLYULLAH SPORTS CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 March 1938
MOLYULLAH SPORTS CLUB l MEETING ;of thio A olyullih Sports' Olub was hlciol:doi Satur day night last. ' Atrangements-i aro now ?.well In.linnd, and tho following alterations to: the usuhl I)rOcedtlur havo been' onmade. ' The open cllop wiltl, this yetr,',be registered with the N.E., and B.AA. It is probable that" the Boenalla, .~Vnirgaratta and Moyhu c?Yle- clubs -will io asked to endeavor, to ruan races. 'Good prizes mro offercd. A further ?meeting ,will 'be held on