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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 2 September 1938
,'OR ?o Trrti AB WEAR S0 YEARS OFMYSTERY :. v.AT ..LAST I? ,lw.. s .. n, d - e, n n . s so SHE iron gates clang-ad anthr daughte w .. .. and song what actually gocs on behind the gates A WEDNESDAY THURSDAY ,SEPTEMBER 7th and 8th. PLUS . I"MY OLD KENTUCKY HOME" S A PICTURE SET TO MUSIC. (For General Exhibition)., 7" _, v:; . FOR LONDON BABY CARRIAGES IIIIIIIilIiiIUIIIIII|I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII lll lll Iin linll
SCOUTS' GOLF TOURNAMENT ON BENALLA LINKS TOMORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 2 September 1938
SCOUTS' GOLF IOUR :NAMENT: ON BENALLA LINKSI.TO-'. MORR t. oW , TOIORROW ,(Baturday) the Boy Scouts' commlttee ' ill' holdL a bmnefit: tournament ,on I t.tle Berisaiia link.: The .proceeds will.?be 'devoted to; the Scout and Girl Guide hall fund. An attractive programme: Comprising 14 .:events has .boqn.draw _ pp, and a large' entry' is expectgdq Free trans port from the Post m Ofice • will be y?Tible t j 1:p.m. A?fterooon tei wlj be giagg,: t the ,Ilalq.
NORTH-EASTERN SHIRES DEPUTATION TO MINISTERS. CHEAPER ELECTRICITY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 2 September 1938
NORTH-EASTERN SHIRES DEPRUTATION TOn MINISTERlff CHEAPER ELECTRICITY. LAST week a deputation represoent ing the North-Eastern and' tioul burn Valley CouncilI' Developmental Association, .waited on Mr Old, Min Ister for Water Supply and Electrical Undertakings, asking that electrical power, beextended in country centres, as well'as for a lower rate of charges. Mr Old agreed'Ato a request that conferences be arranged' between re presentatlves of the State Electricity Commission and " North-Eastern shires to survey the electricity needs of.that area and to assess the, proh able demand on the. Koewa hydro electric':schemo when it was com pleted. MORE MONEY FOR ROADS. Mr Ooudle, Minister for Works, was asked to seek a greater allocation of'funds from petrol taxation for road construction, particularly i those roads in rural areas that would,.lead to encouraging a greater population on the. land. ' Cr. W. 0. Simpson- (Oxley Shire), said that .the shires? whole-hearte'ly supported the use ...
UNEMPLOYED INCREASE PLEA FOR FEDERAL AID. MADE BY LABOR M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 2 September 1938
UNEMPLOYED INCREASE PLEA FOR FEDERAL AID. MADE BY LABOR M.L.A. "'I do not suggest that we are In for another depresslon, for I take anr optimistic view, but there Is an In crease in unemployment :reglstration, not only In country ` towns, but ri Melbourne," said Mr Hollarid (Labor. Flemlngton), In the Legislative As sembly last week, When urging the Government to make representations to the Commonwealth Government to accept its responsibilities. ' "There is need to provide public works to absorb the uddrihployed," 'he said, "and the .State Government is doing all it can in this direction. The Commonwealth's expenditure' on do (fnce is wasted. I would like to be Informed where Australia's foe is coming from," Mr Holland said that no possible argument could be advanced to show that Australia was likely to* be In vaded. An, appeal should be made to the Commonwealth to do the right thing. for the uneinployed;, the' State Government should make' strong re presgntatione to It,
Sparkling Revue [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 2 September 1938
Sparkling. Revue A night of sparkling .revutie will be given in the Shire Hall on Tuesday, 13th September nqxt. when pupils of 'Catherine Perligns' School of Dancing will; present a mnpet attractive pro gramme: "1Msl PTerklns 'has been working hard for some time past, and we understand that some very bright numbers will: be presented during 'the evening. Tickets are now 'available at 2/ each, and bookinge can be' mid@ at "W!im' cat . to. Pupp 8
CATHOLIC GIRLS' MOVEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 2 September 1938
CATHOLIC GIRLS' MOVEMENT 1 VERY succossful conference was hold at Rochester on Sunday. Delegates wore present from Kyab ram, Tatura, Rochester, Bonalla, Wangaratta and Shepparton. Misses Mary Willis and Sheila Ogilvio re presented Bonalla. Miss MoCarey, president of the Rochester Girls' Club, welcomed the delegates. Miss N. TIornan, diocesan -president, presided, and Miss Barrett represented the central executive; Melbourne. Rev. Father Phelan, of Rochester, was present at the meeting. Miss' Bar rett addressed the 'girls, and told them about the Young Ladies' Cam paign, which was introduced by the Grail ladies in Melbourne last wook. During the afternoon a presentation was made to Rev. Father Hugh Ryan, Bishop-elect of Townsville, by Mrs Carling, the guild president. The conference wnas brought to a closo by everyone joining in the holy hour.
SMOKING IN THE SHIRE HALL CHEF FINED £2. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 2 September 1938
SMOKING .IN :THE SHIRE HALL. } CHEF FINED £2. AT .the Be'nalla: dCrtj '6f PPetty Sesslons yesterday, biefoe" Mesers J. Serpoll and GO Nason, J'asP., Ar thur AndereaiO'(ailso known as Arthur Henry Anderson) was charged by F. Watson, . Health Inspector of the BnoPalia' Shire': Council, with 'carrying ,a lighted cigarette within the' audl torium 'oftthe Municipal `Chambers.: ' Defendant did not appear:. Mr Nell MoNicol (H. Clarke, Clarke and. HINlcoi represented the Infer-' SrMrMcNicolsaid the charge was 'brought under, the .Fire. Prevention Regulations, and the ..:'offence' was committed at the?Talkies at the Shiro Hall on 9th July last. - 1.;~ Watson', health Inspector for the Benalln. Shire' Council, gave. evidence that.',th Bonalla. Shire., Hail _'was"a public building within the meaning, of "public hall," and notices w?ere nosted: in . the. hail 'irohibitilng hkriok ing. James C.., Hyland, grocer's a sEt ,ant, gave evidence ..that he 'was also a member of the Benalla Fire Bri gade...
ONE OF LIFE'S TRAGEDIES APPEAL TO A GENEROUS PUBLIC. FOR AFTER CARE PATIENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 2 September 1938
ONE OF LIFE'S TRAGEDIES APPEAL TO A GENEROUS PUBLIC. FOR AFTER'CARE PATIENTS. aN a bright little room at the Wan garatta District Base Hospital there are four children, whose agoes range from six to sixteen years, stIf fering from the: after effects.of Infan tile paralysis. Their parents all re side some distance from Wangaratta, and visits. to'. the children can only therefore he made at Intervals. They are happy folk, not withstanding that they cannot run about and play like other children. But what a tragedy their lives are at present. Under the care of Miss nM. 1lant bell, masseuse, and a hand of nurses, the long process of bringing them back to normal health is under way, but many weary months muost elapse. An appeal is made to brighten the livs of these children with toys, mainly of a mechanical nature, small beooks, picture books, etc. Then there Is need for some means of conveyance In the form of wheeled lounges, that the children milght be taken out In the rmn, and If possi...
GOLF NOTES NEW SUB-DISTRICT PROPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 2 September 1938
U NOUTES NEW SUB"DISTRICT PROPOSED. A new 'sub-district; extending from Yea to.Kilmore, Karramomrnus and Violet Tgoýn; with all clubs in that territory,- will be asked for at the country delegates' meeting in Mel bourne;'? It is proposed to make Soy. mour the ;centre. _GOLDEN VALE ASSOCIATES. . Golden Vale associates played an 18 holes stroke competition on Wed Snesday. The best cards were:-Mies .Hannon, 107-36-71; Mrs G. Long, 108 35-73: Mrs Marks, 00-21-75; Mrs Q. Whitmore; 113-36-77. Captain's day will be held during the week-end, when the assoclates will be thouagueats of the captain at golf. and afternoon tea. SWANPOOL CLUB. The fifth' rdund of play for the "Ensign," "Standard" r and Briggs trophies was. played at Swanpool on Saturday. The final round for these trophlies will be played concurrently with ithe 'first round, of the club championship on Saturday, 10th Sep tember. Last Saturday's , winners were: Briggs Troph',: Miss ITV. HIayes; ,"Standard" trophy, P. Burns: "En-. s...
Local and General [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 2 September 1938
SOCIAL AT' .BAqDAGINNIE,--An enjoyablo soolal evening was, held 'ft the Bladdaglnoile Hall 'on Wednesdny evening last in aid of the Vlolot Town Methodist Church, Rev. Mitchell, of Violet Town, gave Ion" nteresting Iln tern slldo lecture b,4 Compotitlons and games passed a very pleasant even Ing. A tasty eupper'was provided by the ladles. . LICENCES GRANTED-At :the Benalla. court ' yesterday, t ,before Messrs J. Serpoll and G. Nason J'3.P., Ernest James Archer of Bonalla, was .granted a carrier's licence. A collec. tor's, licence .was granted to Sabino IE. Mirado; and a second-hand deal er's licence to Cla'udeo D: Gedye, PRESS TABLE' AT THE. COURT HOUSE.--The table reserved for the press at. the , Wangarattae court house is not etrictly reserved for. In advertently" it, frequently becCmes' the resting place of exhibits; used by the' police in court proceedinge?; All'sorts of things momentarily. flncl, place on the press table. There .'have been articles of clothing,: sheep: skkins me...
"CLOISTERED" LIFTS VEIL OF 2000 YEARS OF MYSTERY UNIQUE FILM COMING TO BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 2 September 1938
,4,"CLOISTERED" LIFTS, ' VEIL' OF '2000'YEARS OF MYSTERY ' UNIQUE FILM .COMING', TO,. 'BENALLA:. 1 ,TW O thousand, y ear old . mystery is, revealed with the .release of the film Cloistered,':"" In' which, .roducer, Robert 'Aloxandre,'?has' ,givenrto ;the world the answer. toi the ;', mysterious 'questions concerning.,the life'. of .nuns; living in'i a,strctily cloistqred Convent. For two nights only, Wedeeday. and Thursday,; Septenber 7th, and 8th.,,,r -What sort: of eilstence does a nun' lead? How do nuns fare, shut out as they are from all worldly contacts? How:dothey. pass .their hours? In prayer In work.? In silence? These and hundreds 'of ?'inilar quqetlons are'answered, by ?i "Cloistered,'" for "Clolstered,". which brings ' to the public' for 'thl~ first time "an. authentic picture of life' within Convent walls. It' was filmed in 'its entirety at the Convent of the Good Shepherd after permission for'the making of such a film'had been gained by Robert Ilexandre from' the Vatica...
"NO-LICENCE" BISHOP HART'S COMMENTS. STATE AND SOBRIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 2 September 1938
"NO-LICENCE"' BISHOP HART'S COMMENTS: STATE AND SOBRIETY; IN tile coullrC of his charge to the \Angl'nnl Synod, 131shopl Iart Itald:-"l Ih?Ilnte to give dlrectlons to the people of the dloeeoe nhotut the "No-Llcecte" poll ti Octoher. The fIIgt Iginsllllt hutllketlonnetn It einphntl cllyll my concerln as 13ltholt, but the (0tnt1 ol of the littlor traitle, even ,when It hai that anI hi vlew, con oIrnIH lt 'i ratther Ias t cltlztln. TIhRse two'll t IlltIH iif my lifelare very dls' - "O)i the whole I rel ?l conldenL that the S(lte tan do millch Illore thalnt Ii h11 llrelSldy dlone In promotnll1 unbrileLty, ibut i s 11n lllte Certlain thlt If'we linae palrtl' filed In ourtcalt nelty 1 s ciltzellns, we o ta naccompllsh IlIlCh in ourt" caelty as chelllclimion. "Thttie tttlot111 llHhto wIhllh we can appeal, the ntuthorlly In whone na+ut we aci, the loving fellowlhip which il nluttrtl to its, secture for un ti foot ing fromt which to proceed with as irl atee. " . "Whltl. we need and have not...
TEACHERS IN CONFERENCE OVER 200 ATTEND AT BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 2 September 1938
TEACHERS. INCONFER OVER 200 ATTEND. AT BENALLA. One of the best. attended eon feresnces of teachers ever held at Benalle, took. place at the ,Ben als High School-on 'Frideyleast, " when over 200lteashers in '.the. Benalle Inspeetorate met in con; 'ference. The conference was officially opened by the Shire President,,Cr.'T. a'B. Cook. :Seated with .:.him were Cr. F. A. Cook M.L.A., Mr. J. G. Cannon, the" district inspector of schools; Mr .E. J.- Mackrell,' Minister for Labour;. and Mr L. Davies (re presenting the Education D. epart ment). Mr Cannon presilded, and in-opening the proceedings apologliod, for the absence of the. Directorof :Education: (Mr Seitz). and the Chief Inspector of Secondary Schools. Miss: Flynn, How ever, Mr Davies had filled the gap, and other Melbourne visitors included' Mr Jolly and .Misses. Harris and Irwin He ,particularly welcomed Cr. T. a'B. Cook, as it was during his term that the 'Benalla Shire Council had only recently purchased a block of land at,a co...
"RETURNED SOLDIERS" TERM A "MISNOMER." [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 2 September 1938
"RETUiRNED SOLDIERS'" TERM A "MISNOMER." D-ISCIIlI11ING he term "returned =H(olllo" ' a R LI antiqualted 1OnRs nomer' which should be sHralpped, the twon clerk (Mr 1R. West) suggented at a meeting of. tihe Slhepparton 'branch of thie Returned Soldiers" ,egiltoe that the title of the organisfIation should be altered to Idx-service Menl' League. Mar \entl mallllutlid that dulring thie wir the title applled perfectly, an It distinguished lhe recruiLts from those who hadl retulrned fromtt active service. It wrltn decided to place the sugges tlon on the blaslnee-pflPer' for the ilext alnnlual conference.
PRESBYTERIAN GIRLS' FELLOWSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 2 September 1938
PRESBYTERIAN GIRLS' FELLOWSHIP MOTHERS' Night whichh seems to .have become an annual function In connection with the :Presbyteriain Girls' Fellowsblp,was held In ,St.. An drew's Hail.llast 'week.- Miss May Martin .(Leader) presided .over, an at=' tendanco.of about.70, the girls having Invited their mothers, or .,in. cases where 'that was not_ possible, some oneto' represent their mother. After the opening devotions, the girls: pro sented a varied programme.' They sang ,very pleasingly " a number' of choruses,, for which'. thy, had been trained,by Miss Martin. 'Vocal duets wiere contributed by Miss .Freda Bdai and Jean Nicol, and ' Dorothy and Alma' Ingram, while Marjorie Ingram gave a violin 'solo. :Jean ':Reid ,. and Marjorie Ingrami also' ifolted.: Ruth Moodie,.played; a piano solo, and pro-' vlded Caccompaniments for .the chor uses. :Two. short plays ~:were also very 'successfully, presented.' . reflecting 'credit upon Mrs McKlerate, vice presaldent, who had .carefully trained th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 2 September 1938
3*IItif"aiutaI uIIlII glII nnmiIIIIl omfilImwiimmm tnujliniiam m wjim ? ; iLADiES ''" HAIR IS THE STRONGEST LINK IN BEAUTY'S CHAIN S HAVE YOUR PERMANENT WAVE AT "SAYm " SALON " SAYETTE SALON," Nunn Street, Benalla Phone 443. Portrait S of a ; l 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 was taken 30 years ago when he was a glorious, bouncing, kicking, gurgling baby-the delight of his mother and father. By now he may have been a very happy and successful father of a family, but, unfortunately, he hap pened to be one of the 10,000 young men in Victoria who every year have to be introduced to alcoholic drink in order to keep * the liqueur traffic successful. Poor babe, he didn't have a chance, the li...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 2 September 1938
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 Prices1Lovely 2' 6 K SThis Lovely 3-Piece Lounge Suite in Genoa Velvet, £8/10/. Sold in Melbourne £11/15/. 3' Flock, 18/6 2' 6" Co. 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 3/9 Rubbed Oak Bedroom Suites Special Quality Ax. .Rugs from £5/5/.. Gent's Wardrobes, £2/10/. 14/6; others 10/6. Walnut Veneered Bedroom Special Floor Covering, Suite with Bedstead to match Single Wardrobes, 32/6 2/11 yd. Suite with Bedstead to match Only £14/10/.: : Good Quality Lino 5/11 yd. NOTE OUR SPECIAL PRICES IN BEDDING Wonderful Values in all Classes of Furnishings AIIII IIIIIIII IIIII llllllllllllllllllllll II tllllllllllll I l lllll llll I l IIIIIIIIIII II tlIIII II...
OBITUARY MR. GEORGE MOORE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 2 September 1938
.OBRTUARY' MR. GEORGE MOORE.. One' of the oldest residents- of the t district-Mr George Moore, died on r Monday last at the residence of his t 'son-in-law,,'Mr : A:.: Rogash. Do coneased had been about 'as usual 'on Saturday, but died- peacefully in his .bed early. on 'Monday.. 'The late Mr Moore, who' was .96. years: of age, was a son of the late Mr and Mrs Johri :Moore, and was born at Ore, Kent, England.. He was married In Eng land to. Miss Mary Ann 'Sholltt, who pre-deceased him five years ago. In 1880 he came.to Queenslanl, wherelhe joined the" railway, service, being made a ganger three 'years later..: He went' back to Erigland for six months, and on' his return to Australia went to-the Ryan's Creek distrlct,, where lie worked for two years on the task of draining the 'Kilfeora Swamp. Ho then'took up land in' the'Ryan's Creek and Molyullah districts and carried on farming pursuits for a' number of years. He' was aell liked by a host of friends:who will regret to learn of his d...
INTER-CLUB ROAD RACE BENALLA RIDERS SUCCESSFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 2 September 1938
oIINTER-CLUB .ROAD RACE BENALLA RIDERSrt'SUCCESSFUL. AN Inter-club cycle. rond roce to -. tween Benalla and ltire,. wna held at Euroa onSaturday Inst,. over 25 miles. The winner wnas H. Mlnyan, of Euroa,. with S. Hall (Bnallna) soc ond' and E. Hall (Benalla) third. T. Ola;ebfook *(Benalla) -secured fastost time;,covering the distance in 01 mlne! : 471 s sen. The ivnner's time was 62 .,minA. 40ascoa. At returnerace will be rheld s atBenallalWithip nghOn"Bt'fprt;
ALLEGED FALSE PRETENCES MAN COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 2 September 1938
ALLGED FAtE S PRETENCES MAN COMMITTED POR TRIAL. EARLY In July, 1937, James B. Wli . kins came to Benalla and com menced:to set up business in Nunn Street, as a chiropodist. He visited a number of business houses, and ob talned goods and, money after pre aenting a number of cheques on the Bank of New South Wales, which were subsequently returned marked "no account." At the Benalla court yesterday he was charged on three counts of obtaining money and goods by false pretences. The first charge was for havlng ob-' talned the sum of £3 from Frank IR: Harrisor,; of Bridge Street. He 'was also charged with obtaining : goods 'arid the sum of £2 from Victor Say, chemist; and also a quantity of paint. and timber and the sum rof £2/181/ from Carter and Co.,' of Carrier Street. SThe bench was.occupied by Meisrs 0. Nason and Go Robinson, J's.P.' . Bergeant McMillanti; conducted the prosecution.'' Frank Raglnald Harrison,: hardware merchant of:.. Benalla,' ,deposed: Prior, to 7th. July, 1937, ac...