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DUST IN ELECTORS' EYES PROHIBITIONISTS PROVIDE THEME FOR W. S. GILBERT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938
DUST' IN. ELECTORS' EYES. : PROHIBITtONISTS PROVIDE THEME FOR 'H? 8;GILBERT. It in an age-old electoral expedient for those who' have a poor case, or no casnne at all, to attempt to nillealilthe voters by throwing dust In their eyc? or drawing red herrings across the trall. Such tactics do not, serve to clarify the Issue nor. do they help to lighten the tank of those who are en deavoring to enlighten the public mind regarding the true effect of any particular course of acotion. Victorian Prohtbltion',Lcaguc spolkes men have adopted 'many:. o'hif s In :their advocacy of a "Yen" vote on October 8. In aucceeslon they have advanced numerous . "arguments," only to alandon them as they have beeon proved ,fallacious and to move to some other equally unsubstantial ground. Lately they seem 'to have pinned their faith to a "three-point pro gramme" in the attempt to dupe'. the electors?, Into cnsting a vote' for fanaticism. " 'owover, ' the briefest examination of these: alleged points, applyi...
GOLF NOTES GOLDEN VALE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938
GOLF NOTES GOLDEN VALE CLUB. ?'.' A men's 18 hole;' Stableford event was held on Saturday last. Following are the detaills:-A. Sullivan 371, H. Leahy 381, N. Crossley 34 5/8, H. J. Laity 341, A. Urquhart 34, G. Whit: more 33 5/8, J. Harding 32 7/8, 'O. J. White 321, J. O. Cannon' 32 3/8, A. Marks 32 1/8, 11. Simon 32 1/.8, T. Thornburn 32, D. E. Malone 311, C. H. White 31 1/8, L, 3. Carson 30, P. Sul livan 291. On Saturday next, 24th September, a men's 18 holes stroke competition will be hold in two divisions If num bers permit. GOLDEN VALE ASSOCIATES. Golden .Vale nssociates played an 18 hole stroke on Wednesday. . Mrs Lynch (31) 69, Miss Hannon (32) 60 lled. Miss Hannon won on the 'count back. Other cards were:-bMrs Drew, (32), 70; Mrs Long (33), 75; Mrs A, Phillips (36), 70; Mlrs Malone (31); 77; Mrs Sutton (31), 790 Mrs Gedye (30), 70! Mrs Crossley (30), o0. On Saturday there will he a com petltion 18 hole stroke for -. playerd who have not won an event this year, for a trophy d...
YOUNGER SET AT GOLF BENALLA TEAM WINS SARGOOD CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938
YOUNGER SET AT GOLF BENALLA TEAM WINS SARGOOD cUP. A PLEASANT afternoon was spent at Corowa on Wednesdny last, when a C.W.A. Younger Set gym khana woa held on the Corowa links. The Benalla branch wan represented by Melamenm O. 'Oliver, AM. I.lndeay, it. I. Wilkinson, Minesn IE. Hlerd and U. Gilbertson. During the afternoon, a teams match for the Sargood Cup wae. won by the .Benalla team comprising the ahovonamed players. The foursomes were won by mrs Wilkinson and MIena ". Gllbertson. In the handicap event In the afternoon, Mrs Wilklnson came second, and Mrs Oliver third, All spont a very pleasant day,
TO-MORROW'S FINAL. BENALLA v. YABBA-DOOKIE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938
TO-MORROW'S FINAL BENALLA v. YABBA.DOOKIE. To-morrow's game against Yabba Dookie to be played at St. James, promises another splendid - contest, and both teams are confident of suc cess. The locals will be at full strength. Fred Glazebrook who was unable to play last week will replace James, who was injured. Umpire MoDlarmid who has been regularly umpiring league, matches In the city this year, will have charge of the game, and the other officialas who gave such satisfaction last week Messrs W. Bamblett senr. and Grant as goal umpires, and W. Bamblett JJunr, and J. Cark as boundary um pires, will again officiate.' Benallla'b Team.-W. Hicks, ,rO. McLean, F. Glazebrook, It. Gillett, R. Cogger; M. Mclnneny,; L Stevens,: B. Squires, Il Goodman,; R. Spencer,' L. Spenrcer, ..L. Lawther, B. O'Brien, Keith Rhodes, W. Slattery, B. Newttt, S. O'Brien, J. Sykes, E. Williams 19th.
ROAD RACE R. GRANT WINS 20 MILES EVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938
ROAD RACE R. GRANT WINS 20 MILES EVENT. TH70 noennlla Cycle Club held a 20 mile road race on Saturday aInt, and 14 ridern contested an Interesting event. The winner was R. Grant, a promllng young rider, who showed great judgment throughout the race. Detailed resultn:- R. Grant (13 min.) 1; G. IIlllbrlck (13 min.) 2; Los Green (6.30), 3. T. Olazebrook (nar) secured fastest time In 50 min. 10 3/5 Tn-morrow (Saturday) there will he a 21 mile race, and a 25 Inter-club race will he held on let October.
BROKEN CREEK CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938
BROKEN CREEK'"LUBU.? ': SSpring weather and generous sup port from. C.W.A. members of the Goorambat branch, combined with the activity of Mrs Davis herself, were responsible for the pleasant afternoon spent at the links on Saturday after-' noon. last, when a Canadian four somes event was played, and proceeds were to aid the funds of the stall which Mrs Davis will have charge of. For such a worthy cause as the C.W.A. naturally the .support was good, and the result was very pleas ing to those concerned. Mrs Waller and son Edwin proved successful in the tournament, and a "Hole In one" contest which aroused keen Interest, was won by Eric Ham and Mrs T. Osborne./ Fiom a distance of 120 yards, Eric placed the ball 7ft. 81ns. from the hole, and Mrs Osbornor' effort was very little further away. " Following are some. of the scores handed in:-E. Waller and Mrs Wal ler 20;: Mr and Mrs R. V. Wright 82: E. Ham and Mrs Hanm, 32: E. Os borne and Miss H. Berger, 88: D" Meiklo and H. Berger 88; W. ...
BENALLA AND DISTRICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION LARGE GATHERING AT MEMORIAL HALL MR. E. E. CARTER RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT NO ALTERATION TO CONDITIONS OF PLAY [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938
BENALLA AND DISTRICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION LARGE GATHERING AT MEMORIALS HALL MR. E. E. CARTER RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT NO ALTERATION TO CONDITIONS OF PLAY There was a very enthusiastic meeting of delegates at the Mem orial. Hall on Wednesday evening last 'when the Benalla and District Cricket Association held its annual meeting. The question of making an alteration to the conditions of play was again; fully discussed, when it was decided to play under the same conditions as list year, with the addition that games be limited to 10 games in the first round. Disappointment ws r expressed 'when a letter was read from the Vie torian Association refusing Benalla the right to stage a Country Cricket week during the coming season. The balance sheet disclosed that after spending an amount of £223/5/3 on improvements, there 'was a credit of £74/0/6. ' The folliowing dlleg'ates were f present:-aicesrs F. Busse and Al. t Millar (Benalla. West): . Peancock, A. SAndrews (Violet Town); A." Urbahns, II. ...
WINTON NEWS SOCIAL CRICKET CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938
IWINTON NEWS ' SOCIAL CRICKET CLUB tecently a cricket club has beeon form'cd! to play social games. Olice bearors elected' were:-Presldent, 'K. WValsh; vice-presidents, W. Ilornan, W. Joyce; secrotary,. 'T: Hickey; com mittee, D. Joyco, A. 'Allison, C. Lee. An endeavor Is beIng made to arrange a seriesn of Sunday social matches. Last Satur'day a working bee put the ground and pitch In order. Matting and essential material have been pro cured.. Judging by the number of on thusls'sts the club should prosper. TENNIS. Tonnl Is again to the fore. The annual. meeting has boon,-. held, and oflcers elected wero:-Presldent, Mr K. Polly; secretaries. Misses E. Ilor lnn and K. Polly. Arrangements were?made for .the opening tourna ment.; Memlbers. are -entluslastlcally prmnctllng sti'iho' players should' be In good form when thf compotltlioncom moenos. - BASKET BALL. On` Monadayr. venlngo, 19th S opem )or,. tho flnalmeeting for 1038 ofn the Wlnton Olrls'.Basket Ball ') Clubtwns: hold iin the lo...
LUCKY ESCAPE WHEN HORSE BOLTS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938
LUCKY ESCAPE WHEN HORSE. BOLTS ON Saturday last, when about to . leave for home, Mr Thoman of Tarnook, who had. been assisting in the proparations for an evening's en tertainment at Mfr Emery's, went to untie his horse which was attached to a buggy." The animal had become roestlvt ad as lAr Thomas tried to enter the vehicle it made a bound away and became unmanageable. As it gathered pace Mir Thomas was forced to let the reins go, as the buggy almost capslzed on him, and In its madly unchecked career com pletely smnashed the vehicle up, com Ing finally to a standstill when the animal attempted to jump a fence. With the exception of a few bruises, lAr Thomas luckily escaped more serious consequences.
POPULAR GIRL COMPETITION REALISES £375. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938
POPULAR GIRL COM PETITION REALISES £375. IlHE Popular Girl competition re Tently held in aid of the IBushl Nur ltng lHolpital and Ambulance funda resulted In a nett profit of approxi mately £371 to be divided between these Intitutions. - The Tattertlit| competition conduc led In connection with the appeal wai won by lAr L. 13. Whito, Violet Town; :ocond prize to Mr S. Latimer, Lily dale, andI third prize to MAr P. C. Kim burly, Brighton.
TENNIS BENALLA CLUB'S OPENING [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938
TENNIS+ - ýBErALLA CLUB'S, OPENING.:- ,'" Weather .permitting, the Benalla Lan' Tennls eClul friteoiids 'op?rninn the Oason"aiib6ut thie nidd of 'next' mont h. At" i sant, the " courts are looking. ,well, and. they shotild be in excellent'order for opening dnay: Any " of: the pr-?eent') rembers' of 'th' cliub whoOnd rot"inteil'e: ijordirg ,.u l? ? season are asked to notify ih e aedro tory, Mr,:B. Mellor, ase theroe p a long .waiting, llst of intenhdin mem l?5· "
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938
SPERSONAL Miss Catherine Gregsen is at present holidaying at Baddaginnio as the guest of Mr and Mrs E. Blair. Mliss Gregeon has just completed a com plete tour' of Australia by car, and Is the only woman to have accomplished such a feat.. It will be remembered that 'Miss Gregson and .her-'mother passed through Benalla.on January last, and.:following an Interview. with a . representative of the. "Ensign," we published a very. interesting account of her experiences. iMiss "Fredo Ba ?i, who' for the past four years has'been a student teacher' at 'the: DIenalla East school,. has been tranasferred as' head:: teacher of, the Buffalo River school near Myrtlfeord. Prior to ?her departure she was the 'guoest of her- colleagues' on the staff and presented with a handsome clock. Mr. and. Mrs Vie. Say are reteiving congratulations on the, birth of a -daughter. ,.:.. AMr and Mrs W, . lnkin; tfIrmerly of Lima' and now of BarJarg, are re ceiving congratulations on the birth of a daughter/. Father"...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938
Let's get this thing Straight! NO-LICENCE `I7 is not Prohibition The State-wide vote on October 8th is not and cannot beL a vote on Prohibition, for the simple and overwhelming REASON That not one word or clause in the Licensing .Act makes a vote on Prohibition possible. We challenge the ' ;: liquor trade to'deny this fact! *'WHAT IS NO LICENCE? No-Licence means no I:iquor retail licences, but IT DOES NOT MEAN NO LIQUOR Don't be bluffed by the boastful "£30,000,000" liquor trade monopoly into voting "NO" to suit their own ends. NEW ZEALAND EXPERIENCE PROVES that Imodeia6te' drinkers, under No-Licence Law, can legally secure moder ate supplies of liquor. In Victoria, special legal provision will guarantee this right to responsible citi- ON OCTOBER 8th s.ens on, NOT to irresponsible youths - end miedensl! Sa-Licence cannot be Prohibitionl It VOTE "YES" Y' wise restrictionl On October 8th vote for yourself and your family, not for the FOR NO- LICENCE bewr. • THAT MEANS This advertiseme...
RIFLE SHOOTING EUROA DEFEAT BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938
S RIFLESI SHOOTING EUROA DEFEAT BENALLA. LAST Saturday the .Benallia Ri?le Clubh' visited Euroa for a frlridly match, ?hen" conditionsH for alooting were very tricky, the mirage at 300. yards changing right and left, and Inter at' 500 and 600 yards the wind kept chnnging between I and 3 o'clock, while' the light was change able all day. The conditions of team match was 8 men a side, all to count, ]Euron 703 defeating Blenalla 747 by 16 points. L. Schnoeberger 100 for the home team and if. Lane 07' for the vialtors were top scorers. At the con clusion of the mittch the captain of 3ennalln club congratiulated Eiroa on their win and extended. 'an Invitatin to ni, match on their range,, and also thanked the ladles for the excellent manner in which they dispeoned afi ternoon tea.. Following are the do tals:- Euroa. 300 500 600 Ttl. L. IH..Schneebrger .. 34 32 34 100 D. Saunders ..... 33 32 33. 908 II. McCoomb ...... 35 1 32 98 J. 1Byrnes ..... .. 33 31 31 0S J. Elgin . .. .. 28 32 33 9; ...
BACHELORS' "AT HOME" RURAL SETTING FOR JOLLY DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938
BACHELORS' "AT HOME" RURAL1 fETTING FORJOLLY,, DANCE. "Dad", and "Dave" provided the idea for the Bonalfa bachelors on 4 Friday evening.last, when a, real ro ural setting transformed "- the stage, at the Shire Hall. for, their 0 annual?"'At Home." It wan milking tlme. at, the farm, I an d "Sally'" proved most docile ' for S"Alt" whilist. "Dad" looked on most complacently. "Dave" had : made great preparations before setting out to meet ""Mabel," while ,at the five mile post the dog sat on the tucker box. The whole scheme was well r carried out, and reflected great credit 1 on the hosts. iHoffman's orchestra provided bright music, whllst Mr Jon. Weatherill dis I penned a, sumptudns supper, the 3 tables being decorated' with bowls of ouchera, boronla and caritations. . The hoots were:-AMensrs I. Gunn (president), 1',. Noonan and J. Ifollo way (Joint hon. secretaries), BA. Ash mend,' It. Armstrong, G., Boyd, N. Brown, O. Briggs, NE Byrnes, .R. I. Bourke, J. Burn,' C. Coghill, T. Cooper,...
DISTRICT GOLF CLUBS MEET AT WARRENBAYNE NORTH PRESENTATION OF TROPHIES [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938
DISTRICT GOLF CLUBS, MEET e AT WARRENBAYNE NORTH -PRESENTATION. OF TROPHIES N .Saturday..'aterpon last a. com bined 'si86ng.dad'of th: Swan pool, WVarronbayno and WVarrenbaynie North club 'was held 'at Warrenbayno North links. There was a good gath erlng of golfers and. a very enjoyable afternoon was spent.' ( Singles' over, nine holes were played. Mrs D. McPherson. won the ladles event, whilst' B. Ieywood won the men's after a tie with C. Jensen and. 1W. McPherson. Presentation of Trophles. After a very tasty afternoon tea, the president of tie association, Mr r P. Branlgan, extenided -a welcome to t the visitors and thanked all donors of trophies. He also said he was very I pleased to. say' that the season had 1 been a' most iuccessful one and the t clubs were going ahead. Fresh Intsrest.,Each Year. ,Ar lI3ranlgnn snaid that each, year fresh interest ,iad' ,een evinced b3' ,members of all cluihs arid with the improvements of the various lings,. ?golflig condltldh, had . reached a ...
BENALLA BOWLING CLUB'S SUCCESSFUL YEAR LARGE ATTENDANCE AT ANNUAL MEETING MR. W. L. CHIDLOW ELECTED PRESIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938
BENALLA BOWLING CLUB'S S UC CESSFULYEAR. ;LARGE' ATTENDANCE AT ANNUAL MEETING' MR. W. L. CHIDLOW ELECTED PRESIDENT Much enthusiasm which augurs well for a successful season, was displayed at the annual meeting of the Benalla, Bowling Club, which. was held on Thursday evening of last week. The meeting was largely attended and matters of vital impo?tance concerning the coming season were dealt with. Mr 'G.'. Nanon, the president, was in the chair, others present being Messrs C. Stolz?,A. Sullivan, -S..Machin, A. Husband; ?WV.. Berthen; '3J. Stevenson; R.: Meadows;: 3. Ells, A 'McIntosh; J. Kay, "T.. Berry W. Chldlow, T. Symons, R. Grayson; I. Birch, A. Crossley,:. A. Orubb, II. :Fox;. F. wVal lace, I.R. Wallaco; L. Garson, O. Mack eroll, B. Brings; H.. B.. SAller." The minutes of the po?vious meet ing:were read:and confirmed on the motion of? Messrs' C. Stolz sand' S. Machin. . '- Apologies)'were received from. Mes srs RIt Carthow and .lH Ilossack;, ANNUAL' REPORT. The annual report w...
LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938
LOCAL & GENERAL .IMMUNIZATION7. CAMPAIGN; During the recent, immunilatloni cam-, paign which was' conducted - bye the Benalla Shire Coundlle a'~uidmbhr'or arehts "found It, Impossible' to. have their children treated.: "In ~ order to enable them to have, these children. immunized,- a 'supplementary .cam-. paign will be corhmonced 'at the Ben alla Baby Health Centre at 11,a.m. on 3rd Octabor next. Children 'desirous of being treated are asked, to attend on October 3, 4 and 5 and October 15. An appeal 'is. made to parents to have their children treated. NEEDLECRAFT CLASSES AT THE WANGARATTA- TECHNICAL SCHOOL.-Thoe day, ' classes ' held in dressmaking,,,, millinery, decorative needlework and dress designs are full to capacity this term, but intending students are notified', elsewhere that there are still a few vacancies in the evening classes in these, subjects. The third tenrm has Just commenced 'and enrolments should he made without delay. "iRead's bus leaves Benalla for the ...
GOORAMBAT AND DISTRICT SCHOOLS' SPORTS ASSOCIATION HELD AT GOORAMBAT UNDER ADVERSE WEATHER CONDITIONS "WALLACE" SHIELD WON BY STEWARTON [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938
GiOORAMBAT AND DISTRICT SCHOOLS' ...SPORTS ASSOCIATION HELD AT GOORAMBAT UNDER ADVERSE WEATHER CONDITIONS "WALLACE" SHIELD WON BY STEWARTON The annual Gqorambat and District Schools' Sports Association held: their fourth annual sports in adverse weather conditions. on Fri day" st. at Goorambat, when thirteen schools' took 'part. The "Cr. 'H. H.' Wallace'; shield wis won by. Stewa;rton. ':.The cups 'and trophies won for the day wesrepresented by Mr R. J. Murray and Mr J. 0. Cannon, -,District Inspector, who urged upon those present to keep their spolt iMeeting in th district, and nrot et it drift to Benalla. -'The sports' wre -somewhat "marred by :the most 'nclement .wieather and before mind-diaytho ''.of'clals of,'tho sports decided to ?continue.' AH th day prdgressed the heavy weather was experienced and'It was 'necessary to adjoirn someo of the' events' until the :heavy, ahowers passed over. The wind was so severo'at times that it uprooted a popper tree: around :the arena and part...