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CRICKET BENALLA DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 9 September 1938

CRICKET BENALLA DISTRICT ASSOCI. ATION. e " ITHr the oponing at th oe 1038-30 season, only four or :nfive weeks hence, "players and :clubs are argain turning their, thoughts ;towards Y cricket. The coming season promlses to be a memorable one in the history of cricket in, the ." North-East. for I. there will be four. turf wickets avail a. able for matches each •week in Ben alla. It, is doubtful, whether there Is another country . town., ýin Victoria which can boast such fine advantages, and district and town players should strive to make their.., efforts and aI chievements on these grounds in the future to "compare with the zeal and hard :work of those untiring ofielals of the Association, who have made these surroundings and , n'dvantages possilble. The new . wlcket on' the Friendly. Societies' Reserve has now been laid out, and that at the show grounds, with its adjacent practice wicket, is looking very fine. To make these wickets In perfect cond(tion for the opening match there i...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OBITUARY THE LATE MR PATRICK CONNOLLY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 9 September 1938

I OBITUARY'! THE LATE MR PATRICK CON SNOLLY. : I Nearly eighty cars followed the cortege of the, late Mr :Patrlck, Con nollij, which left St. Joseph's Church 'oniFrilday afterndon last for the Ben-° alla: cemetery. <Rev. Father-- O'Reltly read th'e burial ser?lce.,, The coffin bearers were Messrse S. Kennedy,' C. Harris,s F1.' innivan aind. A; 'Anddrson, and the pall, bearers were Messrs 0.' Nas'on, L. Bamford,-J.Pearson, M. R. B. Meadows, A. L. Guppy and J; Boyd. Sixteen members, of the Benalla branch of the Returned Soldiers' 'League acted as flower bearers. The funeral arrangements were carried out by Mr 'N. Todd, acting for Mr o. Diggle. MRS. CATHERINE KELLY. Mrs Catherino" 'Kelly, another of Benalla's old resldents, passed' away on Saturday last at the great age of 72 years.:.: She was a native of War renhelp, 'and was nmarried 'at Mans field at 29' ycarsof age. to Mr ,lames Kelly. :Sheo has resided" at "'River side," 'Benalla West for many years, iand 'made a host o...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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The Wool Industry THE JAPANESE TRADE AGREEMENT EXPOUNDED BY SECRETARY OF GRAZI ERS' ASSOCIATION OF VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 9 September 1938

The WoolIndustry T?E JAPANESE TRADE AGREEMENT EXPOUNDED BY SECRETARY OF GRAZI ERS' ASSOCIATION OF VICTORIA Mr S.. L; Officor, acecretary of tho Victorian Grazcirs'.' 'Association doeiverod an: address to. Benalla: gr azora ,at; their annual meotin i on Friday, afternoon last. Ha touthtrl on many vital matters of 'interest to grazders, the, mot: important:boinr the Japanese trade agreement. In his 'opening ealksmau ' )il, p illeric iid t tii allt il States ti the to'tirilnttin wealtlih had" i"iiclali a n g. leshit6idnf'oi the 'abolition . of the dll aft iiliowinrite' on wold +as from let Juiy lait" nodl the ;Nov Zenland': 'Govirment''onllad taken silmilar ao tlon I.? n :?`othll Africa wheri'. wolliCi' s lhid agreedI voluntarily'? to lnblishll the allowione'r' provided Austai.ll -'and New' Zeillnnd acted, no leglsiation had b'lnoli aledl. Althoulgh the IBritieh .Wool Federation had threatelod a , boycott of', A stron lion wool' if' the drift' allowiance ':,wiii abollahcd, .no,.actioli...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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MILITIA NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 9 September 1938

MILITIA r NEWS S previously reported In these columns, the 'Mlnlstei for Defence has approved" of the formatlon 'of an Country Battallon for the North-East and Goulburn Valley, with headquart era at "Wangaratta. ',,'! ' At;present the counrtry-." centres .Benallu,.Wangaratta;? ;eechworth and Rutherglon-form. part' of 'the 88th Battallon (Easendon Ritflea) with headquarters at Moonoo Ponds, whilst Shepparton. and Numurkah form part of the ,59th Battalion (Coburg-Bruns wick Regiment), with headquarters at Coburg.' - Under"r the re-organisatlon , the metropolitan, units as 'the t8th 'and 59th' Battallons;:will hbe amalgamated and"known':as the ;58th ' Battalion, whilst' the 'country ceny ntres, Wangar atta, 'Benalla, ,Beechworth, R .'Ruther glen;' Sheppartonr and Numurkah, will become 'the 5ith' Battallon. It Is Lpo posed thait this tahke effect as from slet of October, by which` date 'head-' quarters of the -DthBattallon will'he moved' from' Coburg" to' Wangaratta The 'permanent' staf...

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FOOTBALL BENALLA-TUNGAMAH LEAGUE ARRANGEMENTS FOR SEMIFINALS AND FINALS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 9 September 1938

FOOTBALL BENALLA-TUNGAMAH . LEAGUE ARRANGEMENTS.FOR SEMI. FINALS AND' FINALS. ALL delegates were'. 'present at a meeting of the : Bonalla-Tunga mah League held at St. James on 'Monday evening last. The president, Mr J. F. Kelly was In the chair. - The end of the home and home matches finds Tungamah, lenalla, Yabbha-Dookte, and St. James lying in that order for the final four. The first semi-final will be played to morrow (Saturday) between St. James and Yabba-Dookle at Devcn Ish. Goal and boundary umpires will be supplied by iatamatle and Tun gamah clubs; and the timelkeepers will be A. Roscoe and WV. Codd. Tihe second , semi-final will be played between Tungamah and T3en alla the following Saturday at St. James. The goal umpires will be %V. lambloett (senr.) or Devenlsh and J. Clarke of St. James. The boundary umpires will bhe C. Grant and V. Bamnllett; and the timekeepers will be Mlessrs Frank Kelly and A. Graham. The final and grond final will belnr* ranged for later. It was decl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 9 September 1938

STOCK, LAND AND FINANCIAL AGENTS HEAD OFFICE: BENALLA. BRANCHES.-Wapgaratta, Rutherglen, Dookie, St. James. De Dovonsh, Violet Town,'Euroa, Yea and Mansfield. Stock Sales'also- conducted at Yarck, Strathbogle, Rutff. S Brimin, 'Bonnie Doon and Longwood. AGENTS FOR t r The Famous "Cooper's Dip'" (Manufactured in Aus traisa): The Cula(or of etattes of Deceased Persons., The Commerclal Union Fire Assurance. Co. Ltd. Lbndon and Lancashire Fire Insurance .Company, and Fi .-Fnance Company. Sub Agents for Autsrallan Mutual Provident Society. Trucking Agents for Watts, Turnbull and Co., Melbourne. We also have a big selection of Houses and HOUSE_ AND BUILDING BLOCKS ftor 'Private Sale, and intending buyeirs ebould make a point ofseeing our'list. LOANS; ARRANGED. We"can arrangoeLoans over Broad Acres and Bawnshlp Securities at the Lowest" Current Rates of. Interest. Strictest Secrecy. WATTS, TURNBULL AND 'CO. 'Phone 17. BRIDGE STREET, BENALLA I.I-NUHINIIltipllille llin111111111111111 gIiili1...

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Fodder Conservation Its Economic Advantages [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 9 September 1938

Fodder Conservation Its Economic Advantages SBy H. R. Alexander, Expert of Commonwealth Fertilleers and. Chemicals Ltd. r In" any succesaful business the. ac cumulation of reserves .ls- a funda Smentalt maxim. In commercial un dertakings reserves.are usually held in 'ecash or deposit"' earning?interest, t Govarnment. seccurltles,' or other s 'sadily liquidated form of, , Invest 1 ,ment:-. I Under. grazing 'and farming condi t tions' reserves may also be'represented in: cash or "gild-edged" securities, but Swhen the lean seasons arrive it may 'then be found that the 'cost of fodder purchased for cash ls. far' greater athan . would .: have `been:' :this cost had the cash, been used to grow and conserVe fodder on the property. Some landholders may. hold- the Sview that money tied up in fodder re serves Is cash lying Idle. When all t the advantages of ample reserves are 'conalsidered and the cost of produiction, in compared with purchase price of tho.stock ,feed i.' times, of stress, Sc...

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Local and General [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 9 September 1938

Local and General "SPARKLING REVUE."-A bright evening's entertainment' Is promised at the Shire Hall on Tuesday even ing'next," when the Catherine Perkins' School o.- Dancing will , present "Sparkling. Revue,". This-. embraces very varied aind interesting items in cluding tap and too dancing, national dancing, and ballets, etc. Miss Per kins has devoted considerable time for some weeks In training heri pupils, and has' introduced many novelties Into the programme. Bookings can bo;mado at Williams' Cafe. LICENCES GRANTED.-At the Benalla court yesterday, Slva. Singh was granted a hawker's licence, and a second-hand • dealer's . licence' was granted to Sabino E. Murado.' THROWN FROM .HORSE.=Whilst MIr J. H. Old was riding', his: hack after a bull which broke away,"here-' celved a nasty fall 'which diaslocated his shoulder.. .ARTERY SEVERED.-Whilst" ° as-' slstling with the unloading o{ heavy: machinery on Saturday last, ir.0. J. Martin, who is : "employed Iby the Neway' Transport C? o....

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BENALLA GRAZIERS' ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING ON FRIDAY LAST. CR. W. MacGREGOR ELECTED PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 9 September 1938

'BENALLA GRAZIERS' ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING ON FRIDAY LAST. CR. W. MacGREGOR ELECTED PRESIDENT. The first annual meeting of .the newly-formed branch of the Graziers' Association of Victoria,' was held at the Memorial Hall-. on Friday afternoon last. Cr. W. MacGregor was elected president -and Mr L. C. Neil, secretary.' 'There was a fair attendance of members and the gathering was pre sided over by Cr. MacGregor, and the Stato Secretary. Mr Officer, made a special visit to Benalla. SHEEP STEALING. Mr Omcer ,Informed the gathering that the association had decided to offer a reward of up to £100 for In formation leading to the conviction of. persons stealing sheep, wool, skins, etc; Posters had been forwarded to police stations,' municipal- bodies, and other bodies. REPORT BY BRANCH DELE. 'GATE. ; Mr R. D. Bakowell, branch dole gate, submitted a comprehensive re port on the meeting of the Central Counll, 'hold in June; at which there were 125 new members accepted, re presenting 180,0...

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UGLY MAN COMPETITION AT GOORAMBAT WON BY CR. H. H. WALLACE. £109 RAISED FOR THE HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 9 September 1938

UGLY MAN COMPETITION AT GOORAMBAT i WON BY CR. H. H. WALLACE. £109 RAISED FOR THE HALL. Residents' of Goorambat can now proudly boast that they have erected one 'of the most' upto. date country haills, and this has been made possible by a wonder. fut apirit of co-operation at that. locality. That spirit .of loyalty was manifest in the recent Ugly man competition which has been running for some months past to raise funds to liquidate the debt a on the hall. The competition was brought to a successful close on Monday evening last when the winner was announced at, an evening which was arranged to wind-up matters. The hall was well filled, and all propent were treated to sbmo excellent items, tho contribu ting artists Misses Say, who gave a duet; Miss Veale, vocal number; Bobble and Pat McCrickard, sosg and dance; Mr C. R. Cumming, reci tation; Mr R. McCrickard, recitation Mrs McCritka'rd, vocal number. All artists had to respond to encores. An apology was reoad from Mr Don McKenzie, wh...

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GOLF NOTES GOLDEN VALE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 9 September 1938

GOLDEN VALE CLUB. A men's 18 hole stroke handicap was held on Saturday last.- Following are the results:--P. Sullivan, (23), 62; A.-Marks (26), 64; C, White (21), 67; H. .J. Laity (20). 67i R.' :Stevens'on (26),.70; T..Thornburn (27), -.'70 H. flcKenzle (19), 71; G. Whitmore' (27) 71; "J. Harding' (10),. 74: G.' Long On' Saturday next,"` 10th September, a 18s holes' stroke, competition will. be held in two- divisilois fo:r handicaps 23 'andtisunder and 24 a ::nd' over, if number' of entrantso permit, for tho phies donated by. Messrs James Buchanan and Co.   GOLDEN VALE ASSOCIATES   Golden Vale associates played. an ,18 holes stroke: handicap o.n Wednes dayr, AMrs Lynch_ returned the "best card. 08-32-668. -'On Saturday a ladles' foursomes will be the- competition. -Following, is the ,:drawi Mrs. JenkynA, and Mrs 'Drew,::Miss lHannon' and Mrs Cobbett, Mrs Malone and Miss -tay, Mrs Whitmoroe and' Mrs ,Thornburn, Mrs Sutton, and Mrs Crossley,: Miss Hip klns an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 9 September 1938

Their Home is in a   No-Licence   Area!   (A STORY FROM NEW ZEALAND) Then came No-Licence. Liquor bars Their home is in a dry area. A lovely vanished. A now job. A now begin home too, glorying in an attractive ning with every penny coming into garden, lovely happy children, a con- the home. Yes thousands of happy tented mother, and a father who de- wives testify: lights in coming home early from "NO-LICENCE IS WORTHWHILE." business to join the family in their NO-LICENCE IS NOT PROHIBITION. plear. But wives and mothers never forget Once it was a different picture for ... that No-Licence cuts drink consumption hubby "liked a pot or two with the b five-sixths. That moeans: boys"' and wifey didn't mind--at firstl (1) 2 gallons drunk Instead of 12. Then began the old story. Alcohol got (2) No-Licence areas crime record its grip! Home neglect quickly followed. 14 per 1000 population Heartbreak, tears, domestic quarrets. Licence Areas Bitter complaint...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 9 September 1938

PERSONAL ' Mr Goo,'vans, who has been the local" representative of Garllck and Stewart, consulting engineers to the ,Benalla Sewerage Authority,, has been re-galled to Melbourne following the completion of their work at Benalla. After' 12 years' at Wangaratta post office, Mr C. Bedson (who .has' been transferred to Bendigo) was presen ted with a crystal jug 'and tumblers and a,crystal vase, by the postmaster (Mr- Graham) on behalf of the, post office staff, lnesmen, mechanics; tel phonists and mailmen. . The Mayor of Wangaratta (Crr. Geoe. D., Handley), ,prea ded, -tover a, gathering -of towh and district resi dents at the . Commercial.. .Hotel on Saturday night, when Mr-C, F. Henry was" tendered. a dinner and farewell. AMr ;Henry- left for his- now appoint ment as manager of the State. Savings 'lBank at North Melbourne. on Sunday morning.'; He was also presented with a handsome silver tea:and coffee ser vice by members of?.' the'., Merrlwa Lawn Tenn Tis Club. . SMiss Lil: Hansen (S...

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FARMERS' FIELD DAY WERRIBEE RESEARCH FARM [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 16 September 1938

FARMERS' FIELD DAY WERRIBEE RESEARCH FARM H|IE annual .Feld Day at the State Research Farm, Werribee, will be held on Friday afternoon, 30th Sep tomber, during the Mfolbourne Royal Show week, and the Minister of Agr culture, lion. E. J. Hogan, f,.L.A., ox tends to all interested in primary production a cordial Invitation to at tend, A card of entry is not neces sary. The .Werrihee Research Farm Is the main experiment station in Victoria for wheat breeding and general cereal culture, pasture management, Irriga tion practice and stock improvement, and a connsiderable anouit of Inves tigational work Is conducted on these branches of farming. Comprehensive tests on the sowing down and management of irrigated and dry pastures are undertaken, and one of the most interesting ,experi?.: ments 'in thian section ls the Inten ivoe grazing trial with sheep. .In thin test modifled methods of pasture' management have made it possibleito lamb, down eight' ewen per acre ;(on irrigated pasture)' in'...

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A Busy Scene at the Benalla Depot of the C.O.R [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 16 September 1938

A Busy Scene at the Benalla Depot of the C.O.R The fourtll huge storage tank being placed in position at the Bonalla depot of the C.O.R. Having a capacity of 12,000 gallons and weighing seven tons, this tank was brought to the depot by Mr H. Wilson, car rier of Benalla, and erected by Mr H.Fraser. Bonalla workmen completed its erection in four days.

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THE NEW PRESIDENT CR. W. MacGREGOR APPOINTED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 16 September 1938

* THE NEW PRESIDENT CR. W. MacGREGOR APPOINTED. AFTER the presaldent's allowance was fixed at .L756 as previously, Cr. F. Cook said that it was custom. ary that each riding take it in rota. tion, and as it was Central riding's turn; hemovedithat Cr. Stolz be ap pointed.,; 'Thls was, seconded by Cr. Hanlon.. ·,Cr. Wallace aild that in view of the visit. of the Governor and Governor General, and it waso an auspicious occasion when two representatives of the King would visit IBenalla, it would be fitting-if a returned soldier, was elected Shire President. He thought it would be a nice gesture if Central riding could' forego the position this year with.the understanding that they have It -next year. He said that he did not wish to reflect on the Central riding. : IHe moved that Cr. MacGregor be appointed, which was seconded by Cr. J. Bowdern. Cr. A. Harrison' supported the nom Ination and in doing so said that that they were not walking over the heads -of the Central riding, as" it woul...

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THE RYAN'S CREEK SCHEME SURVEY OF STORAGE AREA TO BE MADE. FIRST MOVE BY TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 16 September 1938

THE RYAN'S CREEK SCHEME SURVEY- OF STORAGE AREA TO BE MADE.; PIRST MOVE BY TRUST. ;AT ,yeteordaye 'meeting of the Benalla Waterworks Trust, the engineer (Mr L.2 D. Fawekner) con-, sidered .that thb' Trust should ask the Forest. Commission to-give them con trol of permits, over reservations re quired for the Ryan's Creek scheme. He s?'ld that it had been promised years ago, but the Trust'had not fol lowed the matter .up. If" that were done' it would necessitate a. survey - of the'title of that sectlon. MORE HOPEFUL OF GRANTS. He pointed out, that he was more hopeful of grants than he was a week. :ago from Information which he.ham received. If.a survey was to be car rled out he. stated that he" would 'be unable to carry' It out, but suggested' Mr .Urbhahna., .. The. chairman'said that he thought ;that a survey had been made years 'ago. SThe engineer pointed out thatl thre had been a general ' survey of the catchment area. ,If they got control we could commence Immediately to prepare' ...

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Health Report [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 16 September 1938

U'HealtlkRiprt` (H Health Inspector, Mr Watson, submltted? his' monthly e eport as fololws;- * : . Business premises In - the. various. 1toivnshlria irnile EShire erefinspected andbiifon Itiitd ' bie`; fdlr&y eatisfactory. Generally speaking- 'these premises _were clean and -In good'order.? A. few: mlnrior'faults i were: noted and' broughtr under the- notice' of those' responsible, for immediate ;attention,: and several notices; were servedf ordering .removal of rubbish; : : ; : ,,Slaughter. Yards.-Slaughter ,.yards In'rthe'- Shire 'were -inspectedt several times during. theomonth land usually found to be clean a:?and:,' well kept. There was one exception .where the butcher had got a little bit 'careless rogarding, the .cleanling of; his yard, and '?, later inspection ?.. proved 'more satisfactory.. One of' the' siaughter yards needs some very necessary, re pairs and the butcher has beehn' noti fled to that'effect, with a warninrg that his reglstration may be refused next ye...

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BENALLA CYCLE CLUB TEN MILE RACE WON BY D. WARHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 16 September 1938

BENALLA CYCLE CLUB . TEN MILE. RACE .WON BY D. S WA'RHURST.r ' .: A GOOD muster-of riders. compted In the ten, mile road mac organ - Ised by the 13enarlla Cycle Club on Saturday lasnt., The- winner was :TD. 'Warhl?st,,who hind a cls'o' wIn froii Stan H1-all, who carried of thoe hon ors r fastest time. A. .H. McMillan was a elosb third. Detailed results: D. ,Varhuirst'(0 sees), 1i S. H-all (15 sees.),.2; A. .'I, cMilliin (50 sees),3: Fastest timei, S. ' i ll (25 . rniln.:22 secs.); fastest time unplaced; L. ,Var hurst (25 mln .28" scs.). There will bd:e 20 mile event on Saturday. - On.' Saturday, 24th lInst:' 'ther' will bo a try-out for October 1; when, the' Euroa club riders will. be" competing at 3enialla '' In an Inter club 25 miles' race.

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WATER SCHEME FOR BADDAGINNIE RESIDENTS ENTHUSIASTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 16 September 1938

/°- WATER :SCHEME FOR BADDAGINNIE RESIDENTS ENTHUSIASTIC. An enthusiastic meeting to dis cuss a water scheme for Badda ginnile was held on Saturday everilng last; when it was decided to. appoint a committee of six to go.fully into the matter. Cr.. F. A. Cook M.L.A, presilded, and he briefly introduced the shire engin eer, •Mr:L. D. Fawckner, :who outlined the' acheiime being considered for Ben alla.. Sjome. discuission followed` . and it was' flnally' decided to .ppoirit a com mittee ofsix 'to' confer with Mr Fawckner on Satiurday, 24th Inst.,, and report back to a~ further nmeeting. The committee' ' appointed. comprised Messrs F. A. Cook M.L.A., 'J. Sutton, 'A. Pennell,' ' Dosser, B. Hill and F.. Carroll. Berrofoi t?o' guthering 'dais rsed, the chairman thanked: all 'for the keen interest thoy??wereo displaying in the movement, and "also thanked Mr Fawckner forattending. In' reply, Mr Fawckner said that .t gave him. great pleasure.;to attend, especlally as it was out of his . usual...

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