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GOLF NOTES SWANPOOL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 16 September 1938

GOLFRNOTES SWANPOOL "CLUB.'? The final ro'nd ofi the "Standard," ''Enslgn," and ]"Briggs" .trophles .was played on Saturday; concurrently.wltti the first round' of the 'club 'champion 'hlp. 'The whiners on Saturday were: '!Standard" trophy, P.! Braonlgan;. "Entslgn" trophy, 'It. Gawley;: Brlggasi 'troliy lirMm B3ranigan. Thll "Ensign" trodhy' has been won by Il. GOwley.i '?he. following lnadles will hbe re quired to-play off'over 12 holes: next 'Saturday' concurrently with the occ ond round of the champlonship:- Mins ].IfBurns, Minss R. Cawley; Mllss 1. Renkin,:MieI K. Duffy, Milns?V; ]i ayos, Mrs Branlgan. The following men will be required to play off. fr the "Standard" trophy over 12" holen nxt Saturday, concur renly with.the second .round of the chanplonshilp:-A. Dennis P.' ourns, P'. Mlathleson, F. Hopkins, P. pIranl Leading cards returned ' on Satur day were: Blrings Trophy.-Mrs Brnonigan (28), 42; lMrs O'Callaghan (28), 44; Mlw Allott (28), 451 Miens Itc nkin (17). 17; Mllis ...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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DIGGER FAREWELLED PRESENTATION TO MR. M. FORREST. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 16 September 1938

DIGGER FAREWELLED PRESENTATION TO MR. M. FORREST. PRIOR to his departure for Denlli quin ir M. Forrest was the guest of fellow diggers at the Mem orial Hall on Friday.. eveningr. last, 'when expressions of regret at his do pnrture .were expressed. The customary, minute's silence was observed,. and a tribute of respect was paid to the memory of Dads, Diggers and Mlums who had passed away since last meeting, The president of the Benaila sub branch of the League, Mr a. Nason, proposed the toast of the King, which was suitably honored.. In re ferring to their guest, Mr Nason said that there was a feeling of regret at the departure of one of their' old dig ger niembers, but they' were all pleased to' know that-, the. transfer .meant' promotion;. "Morris" had al ways, proved himself a' good: canteen sergeant 'at'League functions ,.and he had .always worked well'? 'for" the League: -Ho hoped, that'he would link up with theDiggers at . Denilliquin, and; ;that he, his ;wife and two lads woul...

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

B:ig ootball Match Benalla v: Tungamah AT, ST. JAMES. TO-MORROW' (SATURDAY). SPECIAL- TRqAIN LEAVES,,BEN ALLA 1AO.4 P.M. Leaves S:t. Jame on return- 6.15 p.m; No Chargo for Care. - W. F. NOLAN, Sec., TATON-THOONA DISTRICT FOOTBALL LEAGUE FINAL TO-MORROW.' All 'Blacks v. Tatong AT BIENALLA SIIOWOGIOU.DS -DONAiD uJ. SUTHERLAND`F..MC F.{:!O. JAS. A. IILLMAN, F.Vo .A, (Late of: Collins Street;" Melbourne) > Q:UHualified P MOptiiCians 3 PERSONAL,ATrTENTIO N. SUTHERLAND'S'PHARMACY, : 380-CARRIER STREET; BENALLA. .rI" .".. ?.' MORE MILES BETWIEEHR B UARTS fN, the hotest and -coldest weather .. . over all kinds and con ditionsof roade, truck owners'have >proved the lower consuinmption . l- of New Texaco Motor Oil. T ' acn's?'triplCe rein.. ing ; :process removes all waste, such as gum, / tar nand other carlion. f orming elements ". . giving :you 100.%o oil. - ::",That s why ,you get,. "r"more, miles between: quarts"' when you' use 70 248 New X TEXACO MBOTOR Ofl A. MILLER AND CO., BENA...

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Engineer's Report [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 16 September 1938

aEngineer's Report TIE Shire) Eng!neer ".(ir D . D. "Fawcknor)' ieported: at.. londay'ab meeting of 'the Council' as follows, It being received except.where otherwise 'sitocitled:- 'i `'" . Devenlsh. Riding. Street Lights, Goorambat and Dev enlsh.-Arrangements, have ' been mrade for, the, Installation of one "'illey" light in each township on approval, and for the instruction 6f tihe lamplighters in the care and nuaintenance of the lights. ' These should be Installed at an early dateo. Devenish-CGorarnhat Itoad.-Cood progress-hals been made with the re conditioning of the section of this road north from Coorambat township. This work will probably he com pleted in another week. S Mokoran Riding. Yatrrawonga Road, Joint with Dev cnish Riding.--Tihese works are ap iproachlng complletion and the road from tihe Ilaulway corner to the llume hlighway though not finally trimmed Ili, can now lb used by traIIIc. Lynch's IRoad, Vinton.-A length of 4'0 chains of. this road Just south of the rai...

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Best and Fairest Player [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 16 September 1938

Best and Fairest Player Thel J. P. tcMManus tt'phy for the b)eot aril fairoet player In t11e 'T?lllon end 'i'hoona District Football League for seaxon 193 resulted in a tie he twone 1F? Wallil (All Bllacks) and ln. Peacolck (V'lloet l'Town) vlth it voten each. Following In a IIst of tile votes re aorded by the variou players):- -Eleven Votes.-BV. Wallle (All BIackh), Il. Peacock (Violet Town). Eight Votes.-.Titn Cleary (T'hooina). Seven Vote.--P. Elmery (Olen rowan). Six Votes.-A. oleard and WV. Rlen tin ('Patong), T. WVatere (All 131nckl), F. lcenteos (Thoona). Five Votea.-WV. Younger and T,. O3Brien (lcenrownn), C. Whitechurch (Tihoona), I. Peacock (Violet Town). Fouer VoteH.- It. Drunmmand (Tat ung), N. Watktin .(Violet Town). Threo Votes.-C. Clarke (All lneks), A. Jleattle (Thnonaf), T. WaTinh (Tatong), R..Aldrhlge (Violet 'own'). Two Votes.-:F. Terrett and C. WiVl on (All IBlacks), A. AleDlarmld (Violet Town), O. Waddell (Clen rowan). One Vote.-R. llndhohn and O. Iloy (Thoona),...

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GOLF NOTES GOLDEN VALE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 16 September 1938

GOLF NOTES GOLDEN VALE CLUB. An 18 oli h rol tro for trophiesi I-preoenled by leei' rlH Jlam3eR s Hluehnlltnn Intl Co. were held on Siaturdlty asnt. Dleta ls:I "A" DIvllon.-J. G. Cannon (22), ;in: (r. Lonl; (10l), I7: Al. Leahy (22), i8: L. B. CGnronl (10), 70; A. lIarkIn (2:). 71: II. McKenole (19), 72: C. White (21), 72; It. White (I1), 731 .1. |Isrilln"e (17), 74. "11" Dlvlhlnon-I . Ltevenson (28), 014: ', 'l'hornb rlnn (27),. T7; M. Vutlghltn (24), (6I; C. Wh\Vlltore (27), (il: A. Urllnhart (27), 70: I'. Ciiutllcher (27), 71: I. SltmnmndIt (2i), 72; 'T. L. Jcnlkynt (26). 71. On Snturlday next, 17th September, s Stablefort conmpetltlon over 18 holes will be held. GOLDEN VALE ASSOCIATES. Asmonellte to of the Goldenllt Vle CiltnI Itlnye(l Iil 1l holes fournoonle on Satlrdaly. Tent cards were: Alcolanmes Jenkyni and D1rew (332). 70;: Mrs Lynch rtnd Mlsn ltitnnon (:124). 71,: AleNdnclaon lonng andt A. I'hllllps (:1),), 74i; M?l I-IImpkins aind Mlre ttrubbll (33) 711: lMrs nltlnone ai...

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

PERSONAL Constabld M, J. Clynes of the cycle motor patrol" of Russell Street, 'has taken up duty at Benalla in place of First-Constable Ellis who has been transferred to Bendigo. Miss Geraldine Higgins. of Orbost, is holidaying at Benalla and Is spend Ing.an enjoyable time with her many friends. .... .Mrs Lamrock (Mansfield) and for merly of Benalta. is itaying with her . daughter, Mrs i. S. Anderson. Capt. A. V. Palmer, of the staff of the Union Bank, is attending an off- icers' school of instruction at Broad- meadows. Mrs. Palmer is visiting re- latives at Edenhope, Lilydale and Cohuna. Mr. V. Orantham, of the re- lieving staff, will act during Capt. Palmer's absence. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tehan, of Euroa, are receiving congratulations on the birth of a daughter. ; Mrs Crodace' (Wagga) and Miss Marjorie "Vindon (Sidney) who 'werem. motoring hd~ felbourne , this ,week.. were' the giudets of. Mrs G.: T. Say. Mrs -Steveens (Melbourneq).; is holi- : daying with Mrs. G. H: ;Hagenauer. The ...

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BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 16 September 1938

:rya-BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL MONTHLY. MEETING.` HE monthlymeeting of the Bn 'alla shire C?uincil wasn held. on Monday' last. Cr. T. a'B. Codk, the iriasident; was in 'the chair; Others plresent, were: -Cre. 1 HH. Wallace; .T;'Hanl~py P. J.'Wiedemann,'I.'Atkin-: bjoh?W. HMacGregor, A. Harrlson,? J. Do~vderii;, ;M P. Cleary,. A. Heaney, F. A; Cook M.L.L.; C. 'Stolz and 'J. T. Ingriasnto . Froiii' Lands Department, asking for :a report .on watgr frontage be tweeon'allota.b , 5" 64b, and allots. 57, .50,6 54a,'Ooomallbee, in order that' a licence'. may' be issued to A. . 'Amery,' Bontaliaý ,who Is at present in ocoupa-' tion of the land.-Left In'the hands of the Ws?rrrrinayne riding members. interests;-Objectors to be advertised for. From same, asking, whether':the Council has any objection to the road cast of allots. 34E and 35A, between' 34E and 35A, :north ,of 34C, being leased to the applicant. George" Sin clair, Bungeet, without'injury to local Interests. . , From same, advlsling 'th...

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CORRESPONDENCE RYAN'S CREEK WATER SCHEME. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938

CORRESPONDENCE RYAN'S CREEK WATER SCHEME. To the Editor. Sir,--t In with interest that .I road in the "Age" that OtepH are now be ing talketn by the Benalla WVater Trut to adopt the Iyan's , Creek Htorag6 cllemo for town mlpply of pure water. As far back ats 1914, I on chairman ot the Water Trust at that time, brought forward this scheme, and It was Jocularly referred to by Mr W. C. Williams through tile columns of the "ieonalla Stanldard" 0n tlathilson's tete cup acheme. The scheome in "O.K." and I hope . tho present. Com minlontorn will push It through. thereby obviating Itny ftttturo water shortago for the town iuipply. fI shall watch with Interest your progress in thi matter antd wilhing the Trust every nuccess.-Yuurs, etc., W. J. MA'TiIIIEtON, Jeparlt.

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BENALLA TALKIES SATURDAY AND MONDAY. ROMANCE, THRILLS IN NEW COLOR FILM. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938

BENALLA TALKIES SATURDAY AND, MONDAY. ROMANCE, THRILLS IN NEW COLOR FILM.. A TnrIIsLINCI earthluake. trapp)ln ])oroUthy LUanour. Iay Mlllnnd. TLynne Overman, .T. Carrol Nalnh and hundreds of native extra" providea a nmnah climax to then.troplen romance, "ller Tungle Love," Panrnmotnt' new techrclolor Alm. AMians Lamour, who scored heavily no a "native" girl In the eicture thnt vaulted her to Hereen atnrdnom, "The Jlngple Princeen." re united with Riny Mlland In thin .unuie' film that combines all the ele ment of romnnnce.. thrills, mystery, and a riot' of Ibla.ing natural colorn. MIan Lenmour. It whilto' "goddeno" I? discovered by Atillnnd when hi pllneo 'rnIthten, after In encounter with a tyDhoon, on an otherwsle deserted IRland,. loth he and his meclhnale, LT.vne Overman, the rubber-faced conedlian; tire hefrlndeid by l?,ll Lnmamor. who at first tried to kill thrnm, the fear of white men being In rtilled in iter by the+ power-mtad .T. Carrol N'nlmh, ruletd of hutndlredils of nule...

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IMPOSED ON BENALLA BUSINESS MEN THREE YEARS' IMPRISONMENT IMPOSED [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938

IMPOSED ON BENALLA BUSINESS MEN THREE YEARS' IMPRISONMENT IMPOSED AT le'ohworlth. Cenerasl Seossons on TVedneol ay, before Judgeo I~Onter, John Brlowil Wilkins, of no fixed abode, was sentoncod to throee yearn' Imprlsononment on eicli .of threo clhr gem of obtainlng smoney by false preo tences. . hie sentencHe wore mado concurrent. Wilkins -pleaded guilty to charges that he obtnlned the money by falso preteoces from Iusiness peopleo I Bienolln. 'lie admitted a long list of prior convlctlons in South Africa, Queonsland, N.S.WV., and Victoria. NI1 handed Judge Foster a lengthy state mIen t. Having read this, the Judge said to ccusted: "In this court some 12 molnths l go, I sentenced a prlsoner with 1t record similar to yours to threo years' Imprisonment. iHe was imposing on bustinelsc ti?ople In lien alia at applroximanntely the luilne lime as youl. Y?t,' however, have not lbeen alllrehended until nomo conaiderable thime alfter tell commnli1on o youlr olffences. I Oee no reason to dlu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938

SING AS YOU SWING* . ,,, .* *. 'W ELCOME Spring with a smile and a song this year. Start off on the right foot-?let your feet twinkle in the season's latest styles. They're modern, they're lovely, and oh, so dainty.. Williams have complete. ranges of all the new Spring models. You simply must see them, and you'll find they are:more modern. at Williams... M55/3, - Blue Kld highcuit P*3/1-Black Kid Gusset Court, T54/12.-Groen Kid Court Tie Shoe with Grey piping" punched asaddleo, with neat Kidc and Shoo with Kid Saddle. Spike heels. .Also in Black metal buckle. Punrched Vamp. Spike Kid'. Mod. heools heel. Also . " in Blue Kid. I 1719, . , Blue Kid P54/17.-Black Kid hlgh.front. ed Court Shooe Punched and T63/4.-Blue Kid high-ronted C32/7.-Black Patent seam stitched fironts. Spike heels, peak Court Shoe. Spike fronted high-riding Bar Shoo.e hoeels. With punched vamp and ./ " , suede collar. Also Brown Kid at 1 ".. +" Also, In Black Kid at 17/9 C45/1.-Black Patent and 74,i .-Blue Kid Cou...

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SCOUTS AND GUIDES ENTERTAIN BRIGHT ENTERTAINMENT AT MEMORIAL HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938

SCOUTS--AND GUIDES .ENTERTAIN BRIGHT ENTERTAINMENT AT MEMORIAL HALL. B;nalta Scouts and Gulides pro vided a bright entertainment at the Memorial Hall on Tuesday evening last, and as a result the sum of about £10 will be devoted to the halls building funds. The hall wan pncked to the donor with an appreciative audience, who thoroutghly enjoyed, every minute of the three hours' amusement provided by these young .people. The Irogralmmo opened with the Wolf Cube. ninging a number of cntchy cowboy songs. Jenn McoEwan was very ontrdrtalnlng with her Inter preintion of a slumber of national dancer. Tihe Brownlie presented the ever popular "lied Riding Hond," which proved very attractively stnged and noted. The characters were taken as follows:-leod Itlding flood, Margaret Oaraon: Wolf, Jean Munro: Red lird ing Hood's mother, Beryl Murray: Grannie, Margaret Jackson; Wood men, Edna Clover: Motloer Rabbit, Betty Taylor: lRabbits, Carirmen Ken nedy, Dorothy Smith, Juno Hlyde, Judith Rickards, ...

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EQUIPMENT OF PRIMARY SCHOOLS THE NECESSITY FOR MORE ADEQUATE PROVISION BY PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938

EQUIPMENT OF PRIMARY SCHOOLS .. THE NECESSITY FOR MORE ADE QUATE PROVISION BY PARLIA MENT. PE pastime of answering: .utes tlonalres" 'has b?ecome ?lncreas 'Ingly popular recently, so, after .visit Ing a newly pullt primary :school- the following occurred ' to me as an. eox cellent example for parents to .exer olse' their, minds- upon:---. Have" you ever seen a' Postmaster drganislng: tea parties to -raise funds to buy new telephone instruments, and date stamps Have you ever seen'a ',Pollee Ser geant holding bridge afternoons to 'raise funds .to buy new handcuffs, and offce chairs?a. ' - Have you; ever seen -,the Station master running raffles i to buy new hand-trucks, and a station clock? Have you verseenr thS io Cdoe partment holdingr fetes -to buy now ladders and some electric power wire? " '. Strangely enough, I' have never seen these things happen myself, fpr in some- mysterlouis way there seem ito be funds available to equip these Government' departments with the necessary mate...

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MANNEQUIN PARADE AT BENALLA DELIGHTFUL DISPLAY OF FASHIONS. WANGARATTA HOSPITAL BENEFITS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938

MANNEQUIN PARADE AT' BENALLA DELIGHTFUL DISPLAY OF FASHIONS. WANGARATTA HOSPITAL BENEFITS. New creations for spring and summer were features of the de lightful mannequin parade which was held at the Memorial Hall on Monday afternoon and., evening.. last, and which was largely at tended. The parade was , some thing entirely new to the Benalla public, and it proved most enter taining for alil who attended. The paradoe, which was sponsored by Rudtln's, drapers, of Drldge Street, was held lin two sonolons, one in the afternoon, and the other at night, and In both Instances, the hall was com fortably filled. The whole of the proceeds amounting to about f£1 were devoted to the Waangaratta Hospital. The mtannequlne were Allsan 3orna Nairn, Vlcorla's perfect womanl; Mlen Lorello Sample, who led . Foy's Fashlon Parado lnst week; Madame Do VILux, the ierfect matron; MInses Oracle and llruclnoer, of WVangarntta; Mlisses L. Ohld,, C. Porkin., M. Carter, lt. Smith. A. Vincent, Mrs Crotty and Mrs...

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Catholic Action Demonstration BIG WEEK-END AT BENALLA INSPIRING ADDRESSES DELIVERED [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938

C atholic rAction Demonstration DBIG WEEK-END AT. BENALLA . INSPIRING ADDRESSES DELIVERED Great Interest was taken by parishioners of St. Joseph's Church durling list :wek-end when a Catholic action demonstration, organ r.;slaid; by 'the Benalla Campion Society was held, In which leading members of the Melbourne Society were. present and .delivered' im pressive addresses on Sunday at the Convent F.C.J., and St. Joe. eph'a schoolroom. The visitors were tendered a dinner at the Farm ers'. Arms Hotel at which, speeches of. welcome were delivered by: Rev. Father Shanahan and Maesrs T. Lane and T. Waters. On' arrival on'Saturday evening, the visitors were tendered aa.dinner at the Farmers' Arms Hotel by the Benalla Campion 'Society.'` :Included in the party were ,Messrs. J. Maloney, secsýe tary;, Davern Wright, B.A., L.I.B., Kevin Wallace. '1'. Maddern, S. ! IL IIodson, J. White, R.- Talbot,' B.A., L.L.B.- Also present were,Rev.'Fathcer Shanahan, Rev. Father Peter, Messrs O'Reilly (Sydne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938

Outstanding Styles , ;MEN'S A. V. IK.INr Tailor & Gent's Outfitter BRIDGE STREET, BENALLA "i AND THE ENGINEERING TRADE .gig CARLTON & UNITED BREWERIES LTD. have adhered always to the policy of using plant= and material that can be obtained within the Commonwealth, and their engine rooms contain some of the finest examples of Australian. engineering craftsmanship. .Tremendous refrigerators, boilers, engines, condensers, a Vast array of machinery, and complete engineering works have been built by Australian engineers and craftsmen from Australian raw materials and products. "Thus many men in the engineering trade and many { associated industries, benefit by the enterprise of the Carlton & United Breweries.,' CARLTON PRODUCTS COMPRISE THE FOLLOWING BEERS: FOSTER'S LAGER MELBOURNE BITTER ABBOTS LAGER. .* VICTORIA BITTER, Carlton Ale * Carlton Spedal Ale * Carlton Khaki Stout, *. Carlton plilsener ".Carlton Viking Stout * Abbots Invalid Stout * Abbots Extra Double...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938

to MORE SMILES O BETWEEN 4 BOUARTS f/ 10 a' . . . • IHE secret lies in Texaco's special triple refining process, which re moves that extra 25%' of waste . . . Including all sludge, tar and gum. forming elements.' When you ask for the New Texaco Motor Oil you buy 100% oil .. .that's why you get "more miles between quarts" when you USE 50 240 New TEXACO MOTOR OIL A. MILLER AND CO., BENALLA. LIDGERWOOD BROS., DEVENISH. W. J. TONKIN, GOORAMBAT AND THOONA WOMIN REIECIED PROHIBIIION. ' With all -` = the young /l2 people losing their heads I was glad to see it " AmericanMothler. wasý3ý :f ` -;:."i.' Authorsed by J.. J LISTON and BRICADIER-CENERAL J. C. STEWART, Assistant Diroclor. Tho Bloc.k, Collins St., C.l. For Benefits Under National Insurance INSURE WITH THE Manchester Unity Approved Society THERE IS NONE BETTER. FOR INFOltMATION, ENROLMENT FORMS AND .FRIENDLY SnEVICE APPLY LOCAL AGENT: J. M. McLELLAND, 9 Byrne Street, Benalia

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938

FOR "BETTER. BABY WEAR SATURDAY & MONDAY A Glorious Jungle Film ontirely in co or for the first time DOROTHY LAMOUR and RAY MILLAND in x "HER JUNGLE LOVE" ALSO , RICHARD DIX in the Thrilling Drama x "THE' DEVIL IS DRIVING" . SHORT AND NEWS Book Early-Everyone is Going ! (x. Not Suitable for General Exhibition). . . . II ..1.... . . inOIWiJIIIIIIIINIiiIDIIuIuInol I gnuumnmuuhh FOR LONDON BABY CARRIAGES unnuaIIiiHb snesunIcvmItnnninuzuluugnnnwinuun

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BENALLA CHOPPER'S SUCCESS AT ALBURY SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938

BENALLA COPPER'S SUCCESS AT ALBURY SHOW H. R. Dudley (Benalla) snapped after his win in the 38-inch log chop event at the Albury show last week.

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