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THOONA-TATONG LEAGUE VIOLET TOWN WINS SECOND SEMI-FINAL. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 16 September 1938

THOONA-TATONG LEAGUE VIOLET TOWN WINS SECOND SEMI-FINAL. T3efore a very enthuxlantle nmbller oat football lsupporterN, the VIolet Tovwn playerr again demonstrated . their :Egreat Hlperlolrity In thllH year'n com petltIon, when on aturlday lent they met the 3lenrlla All Ill nck on the Sshowgroundl, nd l Inflicted on over powering defeat In ecorlng 23 goenl 14 blehlnds ngahlnt their oppllonent'l poor icoroeolf.7 goanl 7 behnllldls. The flguren :: penk for the play generally. ln -exceptling-n thie first (tluarlor when the Bnltake hild the iadvantage iof very stron elg wind which they were unable' to avail themxelve or to the .bet ndvantngo. the plly wns i11 withl Violet -Town, who were tHIIICeror on all parte of the field. Thile llinclts'ivll need to turn on Romlthingllgin the nature ,of Ithe surprir?n which elnalledt them to win llthe fnal liot year.to even make tihe grand final game ua match at nall. The wlnnerls were c cotntinully attacklng, nnd: nntwlthlitacndlng mlnuch good Ilay b...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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FOOTBALL BENALLA-TUNGAMAH LEAGUE. SECOND SEM-FINAL. BENALLA MEETS TUNGAMAH AT ST. JAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 16 September 1938

FOOTBALL BENALLA-TUNGAMAH LEAGUE. SECOND SEM-FINAL. DENALLA MEETS TUNGAMAH-:AT ST. JAMES. What promisne to be one of the very, best Cameos played In this distlrict for malny years Is the matchI beween Tungamah and llenallht at St. Itilnes to-morrow Ifternoor). 'They have Leot Sthree tlimes provlolsly' thi neeason. 'l'ingamalb winning each gamel , the first by 3 points, the second by 3 points, and In the linst ilnile they .weroe ltogether too good. Ileonalhlo han however, been playing splenldII football nlnce this match, atd. t to morrow Ileitis Ilt heSL tltinl for the eason;? every plalyer benglll tvnilable, aindL the players hIave greaIt confidclence that. thoy will revorne earler reuttlts and wiln comfortiably. Tlheir IInt, of Uilpporters In growinll rlapidly, and ai spocial train hanl been engaged to convey , tlen to St. ..ltin-Jrn, leaving lienalla at 1.40 pl.m., the lare hbeing 2/1 return. IPootalln enthluslnsts shouldl not milIn thils loportulnity to sen two fine ltearn In act...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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NOVELTY CONCERT AT SWANPOOL NOVELTY ITEMS BY BENALLA ARTISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 16 September 1938

NOVELTY CONCERT AT. SWANPOOL NOVELTY ITEMS, BY BENALLA ARTISTS. TIIER? wasM a eplendid gathering at S thle Swanpool club horse on Slt urday night when l3enalla artileH, consisting of IMessrs It. MlcCrickhard, II. IHosachk, B. Briggs and W. 1o?lrkce, staged a novelty concert In aid of the new club house. It was a novelty concert In the true sense of tile word and tile Rwanpool people were treated to Items which they had never witnoesed before. Mir Brlggn calued great merriment when he staged "Rooster." lie demnonstra ted his sitll when two well-known local resiadents failed In a vain at tempt to "neck" Bernie. lie will have to look out next time he goes to Swanpool, for they vowed they will catch him thle next limo. If .ternle ipeeds uop only another fraction of a necond they will have to be extra fnst In their action to catch him. AI' r liourlltkn noluth, organ nolo and two vocal numbers were also anpprecl arted. lir McCrlckard's recitatllon were very well r'celved, and all were of ...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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CRICKET Benalla District Cricket Association [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 16 September 1938

CRICKET Benalla District Cricket Associition The annual meeting of the Benalha and District Crllcket Anolnation Is boe Ing called for next week, and( already several teams have had their meet ings. The new turf.yylekets are look Ing very well, and with Ilhe days lengthening, practice should be com menced during the coming week. .It appears at, present that the com posltion of the competition will be the same as last season, though there were rumors that Violet Town were unlikely starters, Secretaries o1r clubs are requested to forward reports of meetings to the Ijnsigrq" qa soon as posalble,

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RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 16 September 1938

RIFLE SHOOTING SHIOOTING at the Benanla range on Saturday last' was over the three ranges for the weekly chlllenge trophies, club trophy, and the second stage of the V.It.A. tneill. C. WVesta cott was the outstnnling performer with a score of 103. 1). Robinson wna top marker In the second stage fore the V.lr.A. medal (10 shllOt t 500 yards).

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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TRANSFER OF POLICE PROTEST FROM BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 16 September 1938

TRANSFER: OF'POLICE PROTEST. FROM BENALLA, A T Monday's meeting of the Ben alia Shire 'Council, Cr. F. A. Cook, M.L.A. ,wrdto. stating that ,he had had an;. interview with '.the secretdry of thoe Transport Board ,re the transfer of.Constables Wilson arid Watson from Bonalla to Shopper ton. TheL secretary of the Board states that'it was theooriginal Idea to, have these two. Constables placed in Shepparton, but they were stationed here pending the securing of accom modation there. The Inspector Is ex pected to do their work on the Bonallo side and they have to work the coun try further north-west. Cr. Cook stated that he had made representations to the Transport Board, and was Informed that it was originally Intended to station the men at Shepparton, but they were appoin ted temporarily to Benalla pending having them suitably quartered at Shepparton. The shire secretary (MAr M urray) stated that air Etches had 'bon transferred to Wangaratta to settle some' trouble there, and he had be...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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GOORAMBAT TENNIS CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 16 September 1938

GOORAMBAT .TENNIS CLUB A :MEETING of the Goorammtt Tennis Club was held last Frlday night, when many members and others Interested iq the club: were were present. It was deolded to rejoin the Thoona Association. The oficeo hearers for season 1038 89 elected, were:-President AMr l . Ferris; vice-presoaldent, Mr' AV. Feldt_ mann; secretary and treasurer, MIss" A Carlyon. .It was decided that thoe club, hold Its annual opening tou'rnament on the 1st October. :,At:prosent the club are busy pre paring the courts' for the comIng ,b040076

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BROKEN CREEK TENNIS CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 16 September 1938

BROKEN CREEK TENNIS - CLUB V Well attended - meeting of the SBroken Creek Tennis Club was held last Saturday night, "when the Collowlng ollteflal were elected for the forthcoming senson:-Presldent, It. S. Davis; vice-preidlents, 1t. C. Wright, E. 11am and WV. Sharp; sec retary, Mlr A. SlinksL treasurer, .1. Sharp; delegates, A. Spinlis and C. WrIght; emergeneles, iE. Ilam and R. Davis; selection committee, captain, vlce-captailn and ?lirs R. Davis. It was again decided to join the Devenlsh Association as on iprevlous years, anid with the Iposlbilllty of new" players strengthening the team, a very suceesful seasoDn is looked for ward to. A working bee to prepare the courts Is arranged fpr WedneOdny, Septem her 21st, and on the following Satur day a mixed doubles tournament will I0 held. Entry fee wiltl le 1/ per coulle and pllrtners dracewn for. To ensure an early start of play Intend log entrants are asked to send In therll names to the ecreltary before It p.m. on- Saturday, Septemb...

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SWANPOOL HERD TESTING ASSOCIATION REPORT FOR AUGUST. Leading Herds [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 16 September 1938

SWANPOOL HERD TEST ING ASSOCIATION REPORT FOR AUGUST. LReadingR Herd 1. 11. Wallace .. 8 30.31 5.00 1.00 S. J. Elvans :?";,.;;.0 23.17 ,1.82 1.02 C. o. 'Aurra .. .. 13 .27.16 4.72 1.55 A. James . 0 .. .?0? '65.4.1 4.06 1.35 T. Waugh' .. 0.. ...'0 23.30 4.00 1.31 G. Glnnivan .. .. 11 25.01 4.40 1.30 I. VWarnock .. .. 10 24.34 4.37 1.20 F. I. anes.... 11 22.00 .1.70 1.28 Mrs S. Noonan ., 1 10.00 5.33 1.23 Beat, Matured Cows. H. 1. YVallace's Dusk 35.5 0.4 2.27 J. Ileywood's Princess 32 7.0 2.24 C. Murray's IRoiany 47 4.4 2.07 G. Dunlop's Tulip .... 38.6 1.3 2.04 II. Wallace's Sprilnghurst Aloyo e .:... .. 3 15.4 1.89 S. J. Evans' Daphne .. 30.5 1.3 1.88 Best Three Year Olds. II. WVarnool's Cowslip 27 5.2 1.40 II. Wallace's Springhurst - Lady ...... 33 4.2 1.30 J. Iloywood's Minnie .. 32 4.2 1.34 F. t. Bainest' Golden Tw'yllsh . . .. 25 1.3 1.33 J. Ileywood's Dulclo 2.. 8.5 4.0 1.31 1. WV. Lester's Du Curlew . ...... 32.5 4.0 1.30 0. Glienivan's. Princess 27 4.7 1.27 Best Senior Two' Y...

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OBITUARY MS. E. C. LITTLE [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 16 September 1938

OBITUARY MS. E. C. LITTLE . The death occurred at the Wangar atta Hospital on Monday evening last of Mrs Elonora Constance Little, relict of the late Mr George Ernest Little of Benalla. Deceased who was 02 years of ago had only been alling for a short time. She was -a daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Martin Walsh and was born at Benalla. She was married at Benalla.r 31 years ago, her husband having pre-dceaosed her a few yearn ago. She is survived by two sons, Sydney and Roy (Benalla) and two daughters, Edna (Mrs S. J. Lethlean, Mulgrave) and Ruby' (Tat ura). The remains were Interred in the 13enalla cemetery on Wedncsday last. The coffin bearers were Messrs V. Little, W. Standish, J. O'Shea hand W. Sherwill, and the pall bearers were Messrs WV. Robinson, A. Dennis, F. May, P. Roberts, B. Arnott Junr., and J. . WVallace. Rev. C. MA. Kennedy read the burial service. 'The funeral arrangements wero carried out by iMr E. A. Abbott. GARNARD B. BAKER. The death occurred' at ' his home. "Ur...

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ISOLATED SETTLERS REQUEST BY TOLMIE SETTLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 16 September 1938

ISOLATED SETTLERS. REQUEST -BY TOLMIE SETTLERS. AT Monday's meeting of the Ben alia Shire Council a letter was read from the C.R.B. enclosing a let warded to Hon. E.. J. Mackrell, which is evidently the , correspondence re '.ferred to by Tolmlo Progress Asoocl : atlon when they ,mention their car respondence with the,,Board. In this letter the C.R.B.; secretary has stated, that the Board does ~not make it ai condition` of 'grants .that the isolated settlers must. contribute, There is, ; however, an arrangement with' the :councils to whom 'the grant is made that they may arrange to have the work supplemented by 'cash or by Cr. A. CA. ook M.L.A. said that he. made a trip over the Tolmlo table lands with Hon. II. J. Mackrell re -cently and noticed, that .all roads ,to '.the tablelands were excellent, .but roads to individual settlers were very bad in places;, Cr;.A. Harrison said: that the letter was the .outcome of the. Benalla Shiro Council's decislon regarding the Spring Creek road....

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PROHIBITION QUERIES "NO" IS CORRECT SOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 16 September 1938

PROHIBITION QUERIES "NO" IS CORRECT SOLUTION. (By J. J. Liston).+ PROPIBITIONIST deception has lately taken an entirely now turn, that of actually suggesting that a "Yes'" vote will be one cast against Prohibition and in favour of the re tentlon of the existing system of open public control of the industry. Obvil ously .this is but one more indicationr of the desperate straits in' which the Abolition faction finds itself;: but slncb some confusion may: have been caused by this novel and unscrupu lous propagandist technique, it a 'pral posed here to put before' the .intell gent electors a series. -of questions designed to put beyond all doubt that a vote for 'NO" Is that which should be cast by. the citizen desIring, to keep this State free from the social canker of Prohibition.: (1)-?Do you desire the closing of the 1711 hotels to which travellers and others look for .'accommodation ' and refreshment - No? Ji (2) Do.you desire the immediate abolition; not merely mof the hotel licenc...

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INFECTIOUS DISEASES GROUP THE POSITION REGARDING BENALLA. MATTER HELD OVER. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 16 September 1938

INFECTIOUS DISEASES GROUP THE POSITION REGARDING BENALLA, MATTER HELD OVER. A T Monday's meeoting of the Benalli - Shire "Council a report.-was?- sub mitted .to counclillors on'' the. recent conference held at W-'angaratta- in connection with the Inclusion of.Ben alla in the group.. At thatl,' meeting Crc. TI. a'B., Cook, Stolz., and, Bleshk attended to' ascertain-, the reason :for the allocation of -£400 'wihich Benalla would now havre to pay if .they .we?? desirous of joining.g, ' . ' Tho 'question was U askedd at the meeting why Benalla -would not fall in with :other counciln and 'make one of the group, - but, this ;queatlon was explained by Cr. Cook.,, He. pointed out that Benalla had been. asked to contribhute £272, ute 272, but now were asked to" pay £400.'., Mr Murray submitted a list 'of the original appropriation of :..the .five councils, totalling, £1,100 ... but ,which had been increased to,,, £1502, which was as follows:TWangaratta " Bor ough £18., Waongaratta Shire' '£2...

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BENALLA TALKIES IMMORTAL STORY OF MARK TWAIN'S SUPERS ON SCREEN. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY Note This—Two Nights Only. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 16 September 1938

BENALLA TIALKIES IMMORTAL' STORY OF MARK TWAIN'8 SUPERB ON SCREEN. :,WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY Not This--Two Nights Only. ISTOILY, romance and-dventure are'iconmblned' In' ' the , Warner Bros' fil?m version of Mark' Twain's Iminortal "'The Prince 'and the Pauper. " ,s Former stage' presentations. of the classic' have been hampered some what by "the necessity of having the two title roles played by one actor (or actress). 'And in the silent film (verslon, trick 'shots" and double ex posures were used. But, the Mauch .twins, Billy and Bobby, twelve-year old actors of no mean, dramatic ability, have solved that problem. Billy and Bobby are Identical twins, so what could be more' fitting' than that Bobby should play'young Prince Edward,' heir to the Thron" "of King Henry VIII, and that :Billy (whom you ,will remember' 'as young "An thony Adverse") :should play Tom Canty, the ipauper boy' who looked 'exactly like the Prince?'- "'' All the 'colet' 'and' drama of six teenth century England 'i...

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SPARKLING REVUE WONDERFUL PERFORMANCE BY YOUNG PERFORMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 16 September 1938

SPARKLING REVUE I YBy CATHERINE PERKINS' SCHOOL OF DANCING. WONDERFUL PERFORMANCE BY SYOUNG PERFORMERS. . Rythmic dancing, pretty set tinge and attractive frocking, ' made "Sparkling Revue," which was staged by Catherine Perkins' School of Dancing at the Shire Hall on Tuesday evening last, the outstanding show of the year, and the best all-round entertainment -which has been presented to the Benalla, publio for very many . ars. Mi?a Perkins has only been teach ing for a very short time, and some of the tiny totes who performed on Tuesday evening' last have only been under her care for' some three or four monthis. She demonstrated her capa billty as, a teacher of dancing, and her. general presentation of the pro gramme was amnazing. She presented a bright evening's entertainment; 'and belides' showing great taste owith the items which she. presented,: displayed wonderful stage craft: for one so young.. She was complimented on all sides, for the outstanding 'programme which she ' pres...

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£72,000 Water Scheme For Benalla The Ryan's Creek Catchment Area Big Conference of Water Trusts at Benalla Government to be Approached for Assistance [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 16 September 1938

£7200 Water Scheme For Benalla. The Ryan's Creek cment Area Big Conference of Water Trusts at Benallai r fr i l... r . :: -. ".- . - ' .. - t .- . . -- t i L Government to be Approached for Assistance In :view .of the serious position which various towns along the Broken River and tributaries are placed in dry weather, a. conference of Numurkah, Tungamah, Shep parton and' Benalla Water Trusts was held: at Benalla on Tuesday. The Benalla Shire Engineer, Mr L. D. Fawckner, submitted a comprehensive scheme for the over coming of the difficulty. He said that, the only solution was the carrying out of the Ryan's Creek scheme, which would cost £72,000. Of that amount the Benalla Trust would have to contribute £42,000, and he hoped that Government assistance would be forthcoming. He pointed out that while the storage at Ryan's Creek, would only allow for an assured scheme for. Benalla, towns drawing ;from the Broken River and Broken Creek would'benefit: The conference decided to approach t...

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Local and General [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 16 September 1938

Local and' General ''RIDING BICYCLES ON .FOOT PATHS?--At Monday's meeting of the Benallaa Shire Council, Cr WViedemann brought before councillors the dan gerous :practlce of children riding on footpaths. He said that hls-.wlfe had been run into " by a lad ori a bicycle and as a result she: had been laid up for a fortnight. It was'"de cided to bring the matter before the police with a'view to having It stop ped. PRESIDENT'S CUPBOARD TO BECOM -.'INSPECTOR'S 'ROOM-. The :prelsdent's cupboard, which has been regarded as the sanctum of past presidents, of the Benalla SlhIre Coun CII for many years, has 'had, 'its' door omtlclally thrown open ard noW:rhas "a Pow enant' In ; tio;.Health.. .Inspcctor. Tis cbhang~ewsf'the ,result'of a short collberatlon on the part of counclllors at Its meeting on Monday, followlin the complaint of the Health Inspedtor that his old, room has been' let- for periods of three ' weeks 'at :a time. With the 'appointmentt of Cr. Mac Gregor as Benalla's new. presld...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 16 September 1938

Watts,T urnbull & Co STOCK, LAND AND FINANCIAL AGENTS HEAD OFFICE; BENALLA. BRANCHES.-Wangaratta, Rutherglen, Dookie, St. James.. Devenish, Violet Town, Euroa, Yea and Mansfield. Stock Sales also conducted at Yarck. Strathbogte, Ruffl. Brimin. Bonnie Doon and Longwood. S AGENTS FOR: The Famou ."Cooper's Dip" (Manufactured in AU.g : tralla), . The Curator of Estates of Deceased Persons. The Commercial Union Fire Assurance Co. Ltd. London antl Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, and Finance Company. Sub Agents for Australian Mutual Provident Society. ' Trucking Agents for Watts, Turnbull and Co., Melbourne. We also have a big selection of Houses and ' HOUSE AND BUILDING BLOCKS for Private Bale, and intending buyers' should 'make a point of seeing our list. LOANS ARRANGED.. : We can arrange Loans over Broad Acres and jownshlp Securities at the Lowest Current Rates of Interest. Strictest Secrecy. WATIrS,4TURNBULL AND CO. - 'Phone 17. : BRIDGE STREET, BENALLA Robinson and Monds GE...

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BROKEN CREEK CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 16 September 1938

BROKEN CREEK CLUB. Thile stroke enmlptltlotn were final Iced on SNatu.day, the trophy winners being:-"lEnIlgn" trophy, Miss Ai. Smith; "Standard" trophy,'; . 1ills;: WV. ileaney trophy, NJ. i. 1 a. aleo;' clu) trophy, Mnle A. Spinls;: B3riggs trophy (9 holen), A1ine C. 11nm; Led ger trophy (9 holes), It. Oborne; caddllie' event (prizes donated by Cr. TI. II. Wallace), lEdwin Waller. P'ly for the Iletaney and club tro phIles ha been In progress fto"r 0ome weeks, and was startoed at the IRg geotlon of Al" WV. ITenaney, the idea being to get each member a renson ably correct handicap. Five'rtundo of nine holen were played, and the worst score of the five was rejected, handicaps were altered i weekly, Ic cordling to 'the cards returned, 'arn. It was soon posible to assess the merits of the playern taking part. Irn thin .event Cr. II. It. Wallace and A?mii A. Spilnks proved to be thie popular win nerts n their reslpective sections. Lieading scores were: Alonli. 1H . Wallaced 128.' J. URc...

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DOOKIE COLLEGE REPORT FOR AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 16 September 1938

DOOKIE COLLEGE REPORT FOR AUGUST. 1,1. A. C. DRI"Vl' ItMANN, 'Prtel tpal of the Dookle Agrlculttrtl College,. In hltl fin!! : repor- to tlhp Counnel of Agtcultural . Educllltloft, tatt(;?n'-- i - . t:" "Thion elngt my ,Iloant report an -Princlp1l, I desire.'to exprIIsHH Ily sin cere wloh that t'l)ooltlei College will eotllhlllLe to I)Iprosper, find I have et'er'y etnlhlence ttits will be no under thte direction of r y to ceoor, Mir Pitt lllllt w\ho In ow takling charge. 11i lott lbeentl anuredl of tihe fill co-oplO' atlnon of the Colluncl, stftf anti n tld ents In the imlportant work lie I tun derlltikng. D)oolto College la n much ettellr Intstiltltlon thaln when I took charge In I1927, and I will look for ward with keen Intere't. to a contlnu nce anldt expatlinHilon of ItH wor'C in connectioln with thle science tillltl prte tice of tgricullllltIr which lhas ben !le imy plntrtiOttlnt Illtereot during my on1g nnoclntttlun with botht colloget over n Iperlod oft thirty-eight and a half...

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