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Tatong-Thoona League ALL BLACKS' EASY WIN OVER THOONA. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 26 August 1938
Tatong-Thoona League &nbsp; ALL BLACKS EASY WIN OVER THOONA The All Blacks had a. very com- &nbsp; fortable win over Thoona on the Friendly Societies ground on Satur- day.It was owing to their superi- &nbsp; ority in every department of the game that made victory easy. By the ab- sence of several of their prominent players, Thoona's task proved a hopeless one. By good team work All Blacks gained a big lead in the first half of the game, and as the match progressed they displayed greater brilliancy and ran out the winners by a big majority, All Blacks dis- played better form than on many previous occasions and if they are able to maintain such form In the final stages, they should have no dif- ficulty in winning the premiership. &nbsp; The teams were:- &nbsp; &nbsp; All Blacks-W. Busse, F. Kennedy, &nbsp; C. Wilson, W.Davis T. Waters, &nbsp; &nbsp; E. Richardson, Jim Doherty, F. Wallis. R. McNamara, J, Green, Jac...
MANY TROUT ANGLERS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 26 August 1938
MANY TROUT ANGLERS IN preparation for thde opening of Lthe trout "season Iin Victoria on September ,1,: many. angler hanvo' al ready- applied for' their 65 llcences. Each year;" sinco the introduction 'o~ the taxi tlhe number of o optimistse grows, .and' thi', season the Depart ,ment of Flshcrioseand' Game; expects an Iricrease on tho :14,620: licences Issued last aeason. For the previous lsoih; 11026 li?cncs't",iij e- issued, the 'lncreabe7of' :101: being easily the 'greatest for a fill season.. The Chlef Inspector, of "the "-depo' tinent (Mr 'LewIs)'.said that the' ' '0cent rains would .make' conditions good for the openiln.. ?This season had not been a good 'one'for stocking the Victorian streamrs, owing to the dry .autumn, only 164,000 yearlings being liberated, compared with 220,000 last yea?-. However, with the. exception of the north-west of the State, most of the Victorian streams had received a good number of yearlings, Mr Lewis added that there wad something in favor of th...
EXCELLENT PERFORMANCE BY CONVENT PUPILS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 26 August 1938
EXELLENT PERFORM. AICE. BY CONVENT` PUPILS -:n .exc?lleft performance 'was oiven .by the pupils of the F,C.J. Convent on Tuesday evening last, :'when three operettas were staged i'n the Shire Hall to a farge and appreciative audience. i"The Wishing Moon," a fairy tale by'the tiny tots, had a special appeal, .because of the youth and simplicity pf its participants. These little ones in a pretty wooded fairyland setting of ferns, mushrooms, flowers, butter files and birds, went through their performances with a precision which gave evidence of capable, kindly and patient teaching. Whilst the elves and fairles looked on, Norma Todd danced the Sailors' Hornpipe in good style. "King Catarrho," an operetta by the Junior pupils was also of a very high standard. With its regal setting and happy vein, it was In distinct contrast to the previous one. The main charadters were well carried out by Helen Roe, Betty Crossley, Nellie Tanner, Pat Larkin and Pat Clancy. A pretty Interlude was the Max...
OBITUARY MRS ELLEN SARAH FOOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 26 August 1938
OBITUARY MRS ELLEN SARAH FOOTS After an Illness extending over a few days, the death occurred on Sun &nbsp; day evening last of Mrs Ellen Sarah &nbsp; Foots, wife of Mr George Foots. The &nbsp; late Mrs Foots contracted pneumonia a few weeks ago, and appeared to be making satisfactory progress, when she took a turn for the worst, and &nbsp; despite the best of attention passed away rather suddenly on the evening stated above. She was a daughter of &nbsp; the late Mr and Mrs Richard Toner, and was a native of Gaffney's' Creek. She was married at Benalla at the ; age of 24 to Mr George Foots. There were no children of the marriage. &nbsp; Deceased was 72 years of age. She was a sister of Mrs E. Page and Mr &nbsp; Richard Toner of Benalla. Other brothers and sisters are Mrs Dickson (Ballarat), Mrs Rawes (Wandin). &nbsp; Williams (Ararat), Thomas, Herbert, (Queensland). John (late A.I.F., de ceased), and Mrs C. Brooks (de- ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 2 September 1938
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BASKET BALL GRAND FINAL TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 2 September 1938
BASKET BALL GRAND FINAL TO-MORROW. r 110 Ill eml-final. St., Joeph's "A"' v. WVinton, resulted In at win for SIt. Joeolph'H by 21 to i6. Bloth teams were falrly evenly matched, and iup till half time It looked ait if Wlnton waH goIngl to win. They showed more d(IHh. andl a greater accuracy nt onal thrlowing. After the interval however, St. .Joseh's Iivened 'up con. Hlderlorhly, lnd HnIWed Ibtter syHtem which told In the end. T?he Heercondl semnl-flll. P.Ct.P. "'A" team v snnkle utnIly "Il" resulted In it win fotr the former' In the tecond R!mi-flnatl St. Jonoph's "I" forfeited to P.Ot.P. "A" The grand g nr l between St. Jon eph's "A" and P.O.1P. "A" will bo played at the Oartdenn to-morrow: (Saturday).
BENALLA STOCK MARKET WARRENBAYNE BULLOCKS SELL AT £22. BEEF AND MUTTON CHEAPER. WATTS, TURNBULL & CO. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 2 September 1938
BENALLA STOCK MARKET WARRENBAYNE BULLOCKS SELL AT £22. BEEF AND MUTTON CHEAPER. WATTS, TURNBULL & CO. yATTS, TUIRNBULL & CO. ia port hIatvlng held their usual 'urt nightly sale at Benalla Corporation Yards on Tuesday last, when they submitted a'very heavy yarding of fat sheep and "moderate pennings of fat cattle and pfgs. The quality offered In the,snlioep section was generally very good, and prime wethers were slightly easieor, while :.plain quality showed a definite decline :on recent sales. Prime old: lambis were plenti ful and sold at' firm rates. A., few pens of this season's .lambs were keenly sought after. . The quality of the fat ~attie pen ned was outstanding and included probably the host truck of bullocks sold at Benalla for some considerable time. These were 4 year old pure Shorthorn bullocks, bred and beauti fully fattened by Mr J. Crilly on his property at Warrenbayne. In our pens, these cattle sold to £22, easily topping "the market and without doubt t...
FOOTBALL INTERESTING POSITION IN BENALLA-TUNGAMAH LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 2 September 1938
FOOTBALL INTERESTING POSITION IN BEN. ALLA-TUNGAMAH LEAGUE. TH ~ enalla-Tungamah Football League has reached a very Inter eating climax. By the , defeat of Yabba-Dookle by-St. Jamps on Satur day last brings Bonalla equal to the former on' points with a alight lead on percentages. If the game between Benalla and Devenlsh to-morrow should result In a win for Devenish, Yabba-Dookle consolidate their posi tion as second on the premiership list, but with both , Benalla and Dookle-Yabba registering wins, Ben alia have a very good chance of go .ing into that position. Benalla will field a fairly strong side against Devenish, absentees be ing L. Stevens, B. O'Brien and B. Nowitt. When these two teams met in Benalli on the last occasion the home team won comfortably, so they ,have every confidence of downing the red and whites to-morrow. Bonalia's team will be chosen from the following:-W. Hlicks, G. McLean, F. Olazebrook, R. Cogger, W. Mcln neny, HI. Gllett, R. Spencer, S. O'Brien, Keith Rh...
YOUTH SHOT IN THIGH SEQUEL TO SAVAGE ATTACK. DETECTIVE MAN-HANDLED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 2 September 1938
YOUTH SHOT IN THIGH SEQUEL TO. SAVAGE ATTACK. DETECTIVE 'MAN-HANDLED. W HIEN Detective Toner, of Coiling wood, and formerly of Benalla, fired at two youths . whom he was puruling in Studley Park, Kow, on Saturday night, one of the fugltlves was, severely wqunded. The chase Sfollowed a savage 'attack on' Senior :'Detective Herbert Byrne, also of Col-. ' lingwood, 'in Studley, Park a short while before. The wounded youth was: admitted to the Royal Melbourne' hospltal, suf fering from a bullet'. wound In the thigh. The bullet had also fractured a bone in the thigh. The two detective' went to Stuld ley Park atnd separated to search for the youths, Senior-Detective Byrne discovered three youths near the river,. and was questioning them whdn they auddenly. attacked him. Kicking and punching the detective, the youths forced him to the ground, where he was struck: over ;the face vwith at largo,rock. Heo was also struck over the head with a club, and suffered asevere lacerations to the han'd...
GOOMALIBEE CRICKET CLUB ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 2 September 1938
GOOMALIBEE. CRICKET CLUB ANNUAL MEETING. IIIE annual meeting of the Goom allbee Cricket Club was held in the Goomallbee Hall on August 27th. ,,. The following, officers for the next season were elected :-Prelsident Mr R. Smith; vice-presidents, Messrs B. Meadows and R. Home;'secretary and treasurer, Mr M. Currie. , The club is starting the new sea son with a small credit. balance, which is very satisfactory. The club's prospects for the coming sea son seem very bright, as they have the promise of some new players which ought to strengthen their team considerably. ~, - T
CATHOLIC WOMEN'S GUILD SANDHURST CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 2 September 1938
SiCATHOLIC ?: WOMEN'S r ' GUILD ' ANDHURST CONFERENCE.. A CONFERENCE" of ,iio Catholic W., omen's- Social, "Guild;, (Sind hurst Diocese) was ,held at Rochester on,sSunday; when 860: delegates and young Cwomen were present rom ,Wodonga, Boenalla ;Numurliah;?. .Shop parton, Dookie ,s Nathaliai;, Kyabram, Taturn,.IMooroopna; :5 Euroa, i, Kerang and Rochoester.', The Very. Rev..Father Cleary, ,of, Melbourne,, delivered .an address on the, work ofl the guild;AAn oflicial welcome was extendoed to the delegates in the afternoon by the. Very Rev, Father Phelan, of Roches. ;ter. Addresses were, given .,bythe 'Rev. Father Cleary and . Miss Hoy. general president .of the C.W.S.G,; of 'Melbourne. ," Preentatlon 'of, the" "mitre to be iused'at his consecration was made to 'the' Rey, Father .H. Ryan, Bisahop elect of Townsville (Q.), ':who was present' from Mooroopna. : '' ' The oqnference was presided eover "by 'Mrs- A.Carling,' president- of the C.W,8.G:; Kyabramn ' Benalla was represented by '...
THE GOVERNOR'S VISIT PREPARATIONS BEING MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 2 September 1938
THE GOVERNOR'S VISIT PREPARATIONS BEING:MADE. OFFICIAL notliflctlon of the vldst of the Goveinor to open the Ben alia Show;, was placed before mem hers "of the council of the Agricul tural Hoclety at its meeting on Frl clay afternoon lsot. The Governor willll o accompanied by Lady Hunt ingfleld. The shire secretary (Mr R. J. J. Mu ray) Informed the meeting that Lord and Lady Iluntingllcld would arrivo on Friday evening, remaln in Ilenalla all tday on Saturday, and .return to Melbourne on Sunday morning. 11e ouggested. that.a small committee from the Society he appointed to 'confer. with ,' representatives of thor Council in drawing- up a" pogratnmmo lie thought that the officinl dinner should not be hold at the ithow= grllllnd as the f.acilllieo were not sultable, and also that the ball h)o held in the lShlire Hall, and not the Drilll Hall. Lady liuntingileld had eoxpressed a wish that she I)e per nlitted to meet memhers of the ,C.W.A., the lied Cross Association, the teachero (ilan...
POPULAR GIRL QUEST ENDS MISS DOT JAMES THE WINNER. £462 RAISED BY CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 2 September 1938
MIS DOT JAMES. THE WINNER. X42 RAISED. BY CANDIDATES. S he Popular Girl Quest;' which has been runnn n for some monthspast, in aid: of the Ben alla BumhI Nursing' Hospital and SAmbulanc, came to an end on Tuesday evening'last at the Shire Hall, when Miss Dot James of Warrenbayne, was. declared the winner. Following a musical programme, the.four candidates-Misses Joyce Jackson, (Benalla), Dot .Jaomes (War renbayne), Elleen Martin' (Devenlsh), and :Owen Stolz (Benall'-were es corted to the stage by the Shire Pro ident;, Cr.. T.-a'B. Cook. Cr .Cook opened his remarks by thanking the public for the upport they' had given, each candidate in the ,Quest, and said hoe wlshd' to ospel aly thank the country' people who had attended all' the functions ' under greater dilficulties than the 'town residents. He also' thanked the mem bers of the Benalla Apex Club cpeid ally montlonlng Mr Barry 'Morrison, who had done a considerable amount of work. He also thanked the can didates who had worked so ...
WARRENBAYNE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 2 September 1938
WARRENBAYNE NEWS O N Saturday night despite the rain a good gathering of enthullsiastic supporters moot at the Warrenbhyne Hall, when nn American tea had heen arranged In the Interests of AMlli Dot James in the Popular Cl'l OtLest. 'rThe evening returned a profit of £11. A fat limb ldonated by AIr WV. liop!ins and a cake donated by ltrs' R. Jenk"yn were' both won by Air IK. lirennan, who guessed the correct weight of both, 72 Ibs. and 7ib1. respectively. Comletlitions that have been going during the quest, were dlechldd, the winners .bcing:-IEnglish tea set. Mrs Rold, Wedge Street. Ionallna; Sunday dinner, Mrs" Lane, iMalvern, AMrI bourne; cane fruit, Miss .enn lMack. Ianldaglnnlo: silk stockings, Mlli JoariJamen, Warrenhnyne:: Mrs So.t ton, Bridge :Street, Menalla, guessed the name of the doll (Lillian). Mrs W. HIopkins provided the music for the dance, and the Indies served the usual v. ;ryi'tay supper, and all had a very 'enJioabl, night. ' The hall commit tee onlyL'ahnrged -half...
GOLF TOURNAMENT AT SWANPOOL IN AID OF NEW CLUB HOUSE [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 2 September 1938
GOLF TOURNAMENT AT SWANPOOL IN AID: OF NEW CLUB H6USE The Swanpool Golf Club haa ar ranged an attractive golf tourney to morrow, 3rd Sept., In aid of the new club house. Some excellent cope andl trophles have kindly been donated for the occaslon, which have -been greatly appreciated by ofilclals of tho club. Ladles' and gent's foursomoe have been arranged and a charge of 4/ will be made. Afternoon tea will be pro vided by, the ladles' committee and members of other clubs will be given a warm welcome.
Golden Vale Golf Tourney Two days of Inclement Weather THE WINNERS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 2 September 1938
Golden Vale Golf Tourney Two days of Inclement Weather THE WINNERS : cLadlea' 8oratchl' 18 Holeu.-Mrs R. 1. Wilkinson. Ladles' "A" Grads Handicap.- Mrs K. 'GO n.;. -;Ladiles' "B" Grade Handicap.-Mrs M. Ferguson " i.adies Secret Nine Holes--Mrs? A. Marks, Ladies Eclectic S Hols.- Dividsd by Mrs 6.V. Cowan and Miss'M Kingl L Ldiee';Teim Match.--Mrs R. . Wilkinsor, Mrs i : Oliver.- ?Mrs K: unn. "s?;dies' Foursomes Handicap.-Mrs J. Lynch and Mrs H. Simon. Man's Scratch 18ii Holes.-J. G. O'Sha e xMen's, Hsndicap (Morning).-F. Lowe :Mn's Handicap (Afternoon).--"A" Grade, T.. T.. Cl?rk JnrI=? Grade? J.' Gleason. Men' a36 Holes Handicap V8Sheppard, Men's Secret 9 loes.-Oivided y 1.J Harding and J. Gieso .. Men's M.lectic Nine Holes.-J Gleson. Mixed "Faursomes.-O. J. White, ndi Miss Wihite jDESPITE' the fact that heavralu Svan,, experienced on two days;on the anniual tournament of the Ooldel Vale Golf Club held on Friday 'and Saturday'rlaet. it. proved very osuccess ful. A I'rge punmber.of g...