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GOORAMBAT C.W.A. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 9 September 1938
GOORAMBAT C.W.A. MONTHLY MEETING. fIIIH Goorambat branch of the Country W\omen's Association hold its monthly meeting on Thurs day of lnst week, when there was only a fair attendance. After different matters in connec lion with Iho recent conference hold in Cl)Lramlhntt ihall been dealt with, ao well Io all corrPlOpllonten, furLther i0lt1ers in conlnection with thle forth colinig flower sholw, were finalided. IMrs J). Day then read a report of the conference, after which Mrs SItn VWeton, a tI brainch iemnler, gave a very Instrluetve demlonstratlon on tatting. Afternoon Loa was then served.
SUCCESSFUL SELLING SYSTEM SPEEDS UP SHEEP MARKET AT WANGARATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 9 September 1938
SUCCESSFUL SELLING SYSTEM SPEEDS UP SHEEP MARKET AT , WANGARATTA. Y nrrongotent with the W\'nngar attI nnl aujctionleerl allle] H'orlouldh rltcl IIC I Zl~'~t(!L OIIC IIIItIH Il flt W 1(0.01X Councl ttrktettt cgt'ni uittle itototi n tlll nf i ulll-r o n Itou hen ntroduu;d ot \'tnrllollttttlt Intruttoto IIH fiont IHt H0)op (oltllhlel. Udll]ler thi|a H(:elllen the Ialtic tihontrt, wheIrn lie counoiteIri tlltlllluin Ixhtuiti(tItd, anlt wlthlollt IreferoIono io the venId(|Or', aIR IpIeOVhiolyH,%. IIIIneI"dIUI Ly , Itordki tlonll the lnllcrllllttu lot to the hilgItht hidlurt, noll It t then Lho ret }ttiohilitolty ti e vt , Otllor to ldeChIu(t, IL 1no a nic, 'Tl'id onot for thi frllt tlllll lt "Thtill'(IHL.X( x ah|(eOIZ Inlarkll'Le, tilhe sYsternl wVat ntt Ottuttsotn?|ig? HOtCtuctXu tultl tlotL with Itl'tlse on l t tIII(!H. To )rove the oltiuttlloy L Itlhut1int imotueo ol thlo (Irititig o o\ ttCIILoII)I, 7u 0. O V. S?tin u?.r's, tue olr?ilinlt Irololtoltr of or ti HclIhmoo, ttllllum thto I...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 9 September 1938
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LICENSING REFORM PROHIBITIONIST OBSTRUCTION [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 9 September 1938
LICENSING REFORM L PROHIBITIONIST OBSTRUCTION S(3y"J..zJ:.Iatoz)! r Sdecl tlng how to vote, electorn . will 'remember that a liaJorlty for NO noann "',contlnanon of the exlstiog Ilceonsing 'ystem, sullIject to whateverl,' futuro changes many lie, inl0o by Ipr Ilament." T'hce aine of the lritish, I TomDlierance Assoelation, outlined In the olllelial Relport of , Its Londlonl meeting (1i91) shout . afford guill ance. 'The Conference In 191i. Ireloslled over by LTrd D'Ahlrnon, restalted Ies pll'rlcipleI-"Tenmperane aplart from State -tctlon- aganlst disorderly drunkenness, Is an Iiillvlilla.l Inatter. It I:s' not for the Sltate to lIre?crlbe what a' manshanll eat or drlink. 11tll conditions can be crcatedl-otherwise than by reolrlotloons-wvi.llh will enl counrage teomperance . " nThere ,mIst he anl end to the theolry Ihat pullblic re frlchmenlt andi recreation must lie dissoclated from the consumptionll of Ihveoralges whclh are gooil ninll harlm less Izn mIoderation, anlld which have D...
GOLF GYMKHANA TO AID SCOUTS' AND GUIDES' HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 9 September 1938
GOLF, GYMKHANA TO AID SCOUTS' AND GUIDES' HALL. A P?OFI'I' of about 1fi Is expected from the gymkhann held on the 13enalta links on SiatiIrday fl.telrnloon last to aid the Scoutn' and Cluidea' Uhnll. A Ilnrg number of goifers took part in the various ovents IIsted, nnrl a plenasant afternoon wans spent by all. Thile ladles provided at lusty afternoon tea. The winners of the various events Associate.s : Associates' Il hndlc?ap.-l r JoTnlln ston (18), 68. Nine Out;-MIIs? Cooper (7), 35. Nine In.-Misl fiord (1i), 27. Secret NIne.-Mrs C. 1I. Smith (7)), Choice Nine.--issn J. W'elmtor (9), rn. 1Men' hlandicellnp.-. 'ilThlunr. (19). en. Men's Events. Nine Ont.-T. V. Cowan (1:), 31 Nine In.-T, Ledger (9). 1. Choice Nine.-A. Urbihns (4 2/3). 30 1/3. Secret Nine.-S. Pearson (126), 3.i.
NATIONAL INSURANCE APPROVAL TO 81 SOCIETIES. NO MORE TILL NEXT WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 9 September 1938
NATIONAL INSURANCE APPROVAL TO 81 SOCIETIES. NO MORE TILL NEXT WEEK. T IlE Natnonal Inauranco Comnmla slon hao granted provsaional np p'oval to 81 societies to operateo un dor the National Health Insurance scheme. Further appllcations granted on WVednoeday were: 11 In Queensland, 12 in South Australia, 12 In Western Australia and live In TasmanIa. No more aplprovals will be granted until noxt week, when the number of applications from organlnatloon al ready In the Held will havo been com pIleted.
MOTHERS' UNION BIRTHDAY PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 9 September 1938
MOTHERS' UNION BIRTH DAY PARTY ON Ttuesday lost, ' Itoly Trinity bralnch of the lMothers' Union celebrated the flnt anniversary of tlhe founding of the branch by it birtldany liarty. The afternoon began with the Mlothori' Udlon Of11co of Prayer In tile church, whore thue Rector (Rev. C. AI. iKennedy) addlressed then members on the meaning of the marriago service. The branch secretary (Mrs O. J. Whilte) proended at the organ., At the after-moeting iI the Parish THall, afternoon tenL was served, and at birthdatly cttke with ono cantdle sym hollsed the completion of tihe branch'si first year of life. 'he entco wats cut by Mrs S. .. Datvln, It memler of the branchl, nind the une canldle lit ond extingulllhed biy lTanter tlobblle lhea 'do waH. TWO mIemblieor of the Yarra wvonga branch Were present, having travelled by train eirlier in the day 'to convoy greetings from the sister Sbranch.
TO-MORROW'S ROAD RACE [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 9 September 1938
TO MORROW'S ROAD RACE The 'Benalla Cycle Club will hold a 10 mile road race to-morrow, after noon, starting and finishing at the State Savings 'Bank, Bridge .Street, startingat 2.380 sharp, Handicaps are as follows:-T. Glazebrook, S. Hall, L. Warhurst, 16 secs.; A. H. McMil lan; 30 secs.; D. Warhurot, K, Back house, 60 secs;; L. Green, E. Hall, D; Nicholls, 1.20;: l. French, J. Dennis, 2 min,; T. Black, C. .Crockford, 8 mtti,; Grant; R. Vincent, G. Hlllbribk; J. SSkinner; B. Fallon, 4 mln,:
BASKET BALL FINAL WON BY ST. JOSEPH'S. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 9 September 1938
BASKET BALL. FINAL WON" BY ST. JOSEPH'S. HFE final match of 'the Benall SrBasket "Ball' Association was played' at Benala on 'Saturday" last, and rpsuited In. a win for St. Joseph's "A"' who defeated P:G.P.' "A" in an Interesting. contest by only one goal. The final scores were:-St. Joseph's, 26 goals; P.O.F., 25 goals. During the progress of 'the match St.'Jdseph's' were handicapped by the loas of their centre player, I. Deveroux, who suffered an injury to her hand. This. disorganised, their play, :and it was not until the last quarter that they showed form.,P.G.F'. layed"a' sple6ndi"d 'gam' . With goo04 . system,
MANNEQUIN PARADE VICTORIA'S PERFECT WOMAN TO ATTEND. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 9 September 1938
MANNEQUIN PARADE VICTORIA'S PERFECT WOMAN ' TO ATTEND. :PREPARATIONS are proceeding Satisfactorlly for the huge man nequin parade which will be held at the Memorial 'Hall on Monday, 19th September, when Rudins' of Bridge Streeti, will present. something en tirely new to the - Benalla public. Featured in the parade will be Miss Berna' Ialrn, the. perfect woman of 'Victoria; Miss P. Sample, the Pres tige model:. and Miss 19. Parish, the iBerlel model. Benalla and Wangar atta" mannequins will aleso be pres eti' and musilcal items will be given by.?ilocl artists. . There will be two sessions; one at 2.30 .p.m. and the Ovening sesalon at 8.30, and the ad mlssillo price of 1/ will be devoted to the Wangaratta Hospital. Irvita tions' a·re now, eing" issued. for `the parade:
PETROL SALE HOURS BILL AMENDER [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 9 September 1938
PETROL SALE HOURS BILL AMENDER T'lll~ bIll to resriclt the li hlr dlr Ing whIch p?c'ol and oil may be cold was 'npi Ited by the Leglulativo Council on T'?Oiday. 'lhe bill waul introduced c l lnt week, but Iprogreo woa reported to Cenable a d(lcIltllion of "emergenclty" to be. in cluldedl In Ithe hill, which had booen reqrueited by the ilnollclil leader (Mr l(gnger). The lorm wan Interlpretel to lmean "hmmerglnyo ] wi lh nlch travellerlo could not I'e('Iitobly have bleen ex pected to fore?,w." 2ir E'ger nald thant the defliniton wao ilt o. iaonuIote no he would haVO wlhled, nnll lh boIled that th Statelo ,would not. Ihe put to great expenlo In neckling tn dolnltlon of the term by the Sulpreme Colurt. An amendmintll to enacblo garages to he opened for the nale of Petrol on Sundays and pulIlo holldays between .l- p.i, and 7,.30 p.m., an well an from 7 n.m. to 2-p.m.,,.wan aigreed to. The bill was transmittod to the Legislative Aeaqmbly,
AGENTS' COMMISSION AT STOCK SALES UNIFORMITY URGED. NO ACTION TAKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 9 September 1938
AGENTS' COMMISSION AT STOCK SALESr S "'UNIFORMITY URGED. NO ACTION TAKEN. T mHE matter of fixing a uniform rate .of 'commission for the sale of sheep by agents. throughout Victoria was brought up_ for'discusslon at the 'annual meeting of the Bonetlla branch of the GOrt.ilors' Association On Friday afternoon last.: Discussion. was opened by1 Mr D. E. Blair, who gave .a notice.of motion, '"That a slidingc.sale of . commsslorn for the sale of sheep be considered by the State Council and. forwarded to the Real Estate and Stock Institute of' VicLtora." MIr Bl?hilr said that at present different rates prevailed In diffdrent districts, and under different circumstances, with the result that a vendor did.not know when he offered shoop what commission would be charged. Rates varied in theo'Bonalla, Goulburn Valley and Western. dis tricts, according to r; whether' sheep were sold in the, paddock,-.: In the yards. or. prlvately..,Th'o' motion' was seconded .by Mr Hoime. Cr. II.- i . Wallace co...
ROAD RACE WON BY S. HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 9 September 1938
ROAD RACE : -WON BY S. HALL. ON Saturday' last the Benallta Cycle Club hold' a 20 'mile road race in which a large number of riders par ticlpated. The winner was Stand Hall, who ·also secured fastest ;time. :?esults:.-S. Hall (1 min.) first and fastest time (52 min..24 8/5 sece.); L Waihuret (, min.). 2nd; D. Warhuret (1.5!), 'rd; ,A H. McMillan, fastest time r unplaeod4.(54 mli.. 41 :/5$secs). A
COUNTRY GOLF SWANPOOL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 9 September 1938
COUNTRY GOLF SWANPOOL CLUB. The Swanpool club held an inter eating and successful .afternoon- last Saturday, when a , tournament was held.ln. aid of the. new : club .house 'fund., There was a. good attendance :including visitors from Benalla. Play cornislted of ladles: and .men's.,four aomes for trophles donated by: Meesrse . .Waters and. Carter and Co. (Ben alla), and .Mr R. OGawley. (Swanpool)., The leading scores were: SMen's Foursomes-R., Gaawley and J. (Gleeson (15), 411, J. Webater annd J., Merrigan (19), 421;..:P.. Branigan' .and: H. Allott (15), 47; J. Gawley and P.' Matileson-, (201), 471;. A. Marston` and W. :Hayes (13), 48 ?A.7J.:,Den?s and 1.'Hopkins (91), 51;: "W.:? . Burns -and F.' Horsburgh .(171),?52j.'? Ladles' Foursomes.-Mrs P. Brant gan and. Mrs 'O'Callaghan (28), 49; Mfrs 'Robinson and Misas J. ;Ledger (24), 62; Mrs P, Burns' and Miss J.:' Burne (26), 53; MrsV W. Hayes and Miss' -W. Hayes (28), 53;: Mrs H. Allott and 'Miss Littlewood (28); 54. .The building commi...
FOOTBALL Tatong-Thoona League FIRST SEMI-FINAL. TATONG OUTSTAYS GLENROWAN [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 9 September 1938
FOOTBALL Tatong-Thoona Leas?: FIRST SEMIFIiNAL.r TATONG OUTSTAYS " GLENFtOOVtAN' 'Tho first semi-final between: Glen rowan and Tatong attractedl a air crowd of followers' at : the a'hbw grounds, Benalla; on Saturday' hat. There was a very strong wind blow InF'right down the ground, acnd In places, the grass was rather- fo 1g, but untll'-theo last few' minutes the . game was very? strenuously: contested. Both teams- were very keen to wi n, and each was represented by its stlrongest side. ',Tatong won the toss, anti elec ted to kick with the wind, and at the end of' the first quarter had slored 8 goals 4.:hehp'ds to one goal kicked by Olenrojvan. -The advantage of ,the wind was shown In the second' term, when Glenrowan scored 4 goals 6 be hbinds, their opponents being unable to score." In this quarter Glenrowan really lost the game, for lack of com bination between the- forwards left many attacks from the centre with out any material result, - and they should have been leading at the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 9 September 1938
MORE MILES e1 BETWEEN cl. MOTORISTS every. where have proved the lower consumption of this New Texaco n Motor Oil. It is 100% oil. Texaco's triple re fining process removes all .waste - ncluding gum, tar, sludge and elements. That is why you travel "more miles between quarts" when you USE . 60.248 i New TEXACO MOTOR OIL A. MILLER AND CO., BENALLA. LIDGERWOOD BROS., DEVENISH. W. J. TONKIN, GOORAMBAT AND THOONA Austin Prices are Down Reductions from £45 AUSTIN IS HAVING A RECORD YEAR. THE FIRST SIX MONTHS OF 1938 HAVE SET AN ALL-TIME WORLD SALES PEAK, THE RESULT IS THAT WITHOUT LOWERING QUALITY IN ANY WAY, PRODUCTION COSTS HAVE COME DOWN. THE SAVINGS are passed on to you. Prices havo BEEN REDUCED. EASY TERMS FROM £50 DEPOSIT AND 30/- WEEKLY. HERE ARE SOME OF THE MODELS THE "SIXTEEN" SALOON FROM £322. THE "TEN" SALOON FROM £269. THE "EIGHT" DUAL PURPOSE ROADSTER, £229. THE FAMOUS AUSTIN "SEVEN" SALOON FROM £199 You Buy a Car But You INV[ST in an Austin AUSTIN HAS ALWAYS BEEN FAMOUS FOR...
Convent Past Pupils Entertain ENJOYABLE DANCE IN SHIRE HALL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 9 September 1938
Convent Past Pupils Entertain ENJOYABLE DANCE IN SHIRE HALL The Benalla' Shire Hall was the setting for a bright dance on Tuesday evening. last, when 42 past pupils of Convent F.C.J. College entertained over ':400 of their friends. The ? decorative scheme-Fairyland is --was both picturesque and beautiful. in In. a ,w?odlnd glade, complete' with . -Its deep forest setting, a tiny house, with lts lighted' windows and open lG doorway, was consplcuous on- the d hillside. Iri the green valley below Is maidens and dwarfs cheerily danced away the moonlit hours having for is their companions the flora and fauna w of the forest-bluebells, buttercups r- and toadstools, rabbits and deer. Va'Whilst froni the leafy branches above r the birds and asquirrels joined with al the revelry. Across the balcony and a- around the walls were other figures of dancing maidens and dwarfs, com n piting tihe fairy ring, and encircling the merry throng of dancers wihose enjoyment seemed to rival that of fairylan...
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION BENALLA BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 9 September 1938
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION BENALLA. BRANCH. IRTH-I~t was a very good attendance Sat the fortnightly meeting of. the fBenalla branch of tlhe A.N.A. held in the.meeting room of the Memorial Hlall on WVednesday night., The prelsdent, Mr Gco. Fisher, was in the chair, and a lot of ulsiness was dealt with Including a long dis cussion on National Insurance Bill. Reports were received' from tile various delegates who attendied the annual meeting of' tile 1nited Friendly Societies' Association, B13n alia, and also tile A.N.A. District Council meeting helld at Wangaratta on Saturday evening last. The featture of the evening was however, the visit ,of some twelve members of the Shepparton branch of the A.NAf, who journeyed across to try. conclusions with Benalia with a games: evening.'- This was ar return evening to that of two months ago, when Benanla memhers , joirneyed, to Shepparton' and brought "The Ashes" binclk with them.. On . Wednesday evening eBonalla were' successful in holdin...
WHEAT STABILISATION MILLERS OPPOSE METHOD CLASS TAXATION ALLEGED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 9 September 1938
T WHEAT STABILISATION MILLERS OPPOSE METHOD ,,..CLASS.TAXATION ,ALLEGED.. Ss''lRONCI isapillll(roval or the method - chosen to (Ihlilllo the wheait In Slutrlly int exireed ? n a It res'olution 4 cnrrled un(nimllnloy at it lJoint con - fr' cl! e II ?I elholllurne of reprIse'H elntfl 1 Livel of mIlll-ownler' land mill em lI pllyeen flrom N.t,1V., Victoria, South Aistrai? t, and VWeter'n Auntralla. Tihe conference conldlered thalt the fixing of n honeO consump(l llll iion price wllas unIltnllnl In rlnclile and unjult In applilention, (ts It would pilne 1I bludllen on lne i oetion of the COIml lrlnll.Yi-nlnlltly tile lmain briodl e(onll mingllllllll eole-n-lld re(Csolved Itself Intlo Il ClnHo Itax. It woullldl fll illio te one classl that could(1 lent aIfford to lhear IIt. Thie conference recognised tlhe neeeCnlLty frll' givilg some eoCurity to tli l wlhenlt industry, and su0lggOHtedO there Woreo HOlllinder and more eqult able methods olIf giving tlhaRt security. It felt thllat those In...