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SWANPOOL CLUB. Championship Won by E. Webster Ladies' Championship won by Miss Lettie Renkin [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938
SWANPOOL.CLUB. Champlonship Won by E. Webster Ladles' CHampionship won, by Miss Letties' Renkin' Saturday was a very Important day, for"tho club championships were do aided. The men's title was won by E. Webster, whilst Miss Lettlo Renkin annexed the ladlcsr Results:-E.'Web ster; 54-52-106; A. "J. Dennis;, 57-52 100; P. F Burns, 00-59-119; R.. aw loy,' 57-02-119; P. Branlgan,, 69-61 120; F. Hopkins, 50-63- 22:; ' P. Mathleson;' 2-01-123. Other events played resulted:-? "Standard"- Cup.--Five players played off in this event and Messra P. Branigun and P.' Mathieson tied, 61-17-41. This. will mean a replay on Saturday next.: "Ensign" Cup.--R. awley. . Ladies' Championship.-Miss TLottlo Rankin 04-74-138: Mrs J. O'Callaghan 72-6p-141: Miss J. .Burns 71-70-141; M?rs:P. Branigan 70-81- 61; Miss W. Hayes 77-75-152:` Mlssn R .Gawley 78 78-156. Bri3gs' .Trophy .-Six' ladles played in the final'round and it was, won by Miss MV. Hayes with a, card of_ 75-28-: Final Day To morrow. To-morrow-Sat...
HOLY TRINITY C.E.M.S. LECTURE ON JERUSALEM. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938
HOLY ;TRINITY C.E.M.S. LECTURE ON IERUSALEM. THPIE Holy Trinity'.. branch " the c." ehurch 'df 'England Men's ' Soclety. was ,very fortunate In the , syllabus Item for last Tuesday night, *when the 1|ev. "L.; LE. Wilkinson addressed the members on the : Clt of ,Jerusalem. Rev. WilkinsonIlllustrated the address with a particularly. fine set of lantern slides, made from photographsl which he himself Lhd taken during the war. During the course of his address, Mr WVilkinson 'showed .thoe audience pictorially round" the. walls .of the ,city; and thent in.detail he showed slides 'of very: many of' tho sacred sites of the city, pointing": outl, those of whose authenticltyi thro.se ?msto be nodouIilt;, The holy places not-only of the `-Chrlstld nt...t b ?'.of thod Jewish and M:ohaninidrn'he I glones, were, opointed out and: explained: illustrated ?with: a wealth ,t? toplcal?idetaill and pleasing anocdote, .and treated. with. a Well-' expressed 'overence that :was itself an inspirai.qn . Ma'...
Swanpool & Moorngag Butter Factory Good Season Reported [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938
Swanpool & Moorngag Butter factory Good Season Reported The annual general meeting of 'ithe Swanpool and Maorngag But terimaking and Dairy Co-opora tive Co. Ltd. was held , In the Board Rogm on Monday, Septem bher 19th.' The attendance. of. shareholders was, small, .which might 'be taken as an indication. of confidence in the retiring: Board ofDirectors.e The retiring ,bonrd wsn unnnl-, mously roe-elected, and congratulated on thilr excellent work duringga yery, trying year; Direotorrero A 0 i.' n L Evrne and W'W:'I. Burnas'volced 'their appreciation of. the confidenco shown in the board DIRECT ORS'. REPORT.:'" In makinghis report the chairman, Ir. A. 0 Evani; stated that tlie od eonshnad been h very trying one oandi theanbsenc ofiautumn ralno ?roved a _'digappointment to7; all. .:"; ortFihe ear under review '133,970 lba of cream were' received, containing ,l211,336 lbs. 'ofb uttoer fat, thi6average price paid be6ing 1/3. per lb. tor?ill li b"ttoer ifat.: 257,03 s. of buttCr...
GOOMALIBEE SPORTSMAN HONORED ON THE EVE OF HIS MARRIAGE. PRESENTATION OF TARNOOK GOLF TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938
GOOMALIBEE SPORTSMAN . HONORED ON THE EVE OF HIS MARRIAGE. PRESENTATION OF TARNOOK' S GOLF TROPHIES. A VERY enjoyable, . evening'; was aspint'on Monday, September 19th, In Mr'A. F. Emory's barn, at Tarnook, when at the closing of the , Tarnook GotlfClub's season, they united with the Goomalibeo Ramblers' Cricket Clubs who' were making a presenta tldnto Mr Syd. Burt on the 'ove of his inarriage, which takes place on Sat urday; 'September 24th, The barn' was tastefully, decorated viti gum tips, and,in the soft light of lanterns suggested 'a shady bower pierced by. bright rays of sunlight glinting through the foliage. SThe evening commenced with'a euchre party, the prizes being won by Mrs Emery and Mr D. Hanlon. After the-euchre the floor was cleared for, dancing In which everyone Joined whole-heartedly, and continued until the presentation was made. *. Mr Palmer Emery, secretary of the Ooomallhbee Ramblers, made a very effective and appropriate speech, In which he drew attention to Mr...
Cricket Annual Meetings GOORAMBAT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938
Cr?icket Annual Meetings SGOORAMBAT CLUB, T?.lThe annual meeting of tho'Goor ambat Cricket Club was held last week, and for the first time for many "years, the report had to intimate that t?.he eleven had not been included in the final four last season, The team h'iad not met with the success on the field which it had been accustomed to,' but. there was ,every indication that this season there would be much improvement, and opponents: would find Goorambat as hard a proposition as.of yore. Starting.the season with a debit balance of £2 thei club now had a credit balance of some £4 to start the' now year, and arrangements were, in progress to. lay a fresh !wicket. ..The election of office-bearers resul ted In the following being appointed: -Presldent,. Mr •Bert Lowry: • vice presidents,' Messrs W. Melkle. J.P., D. Plttendrigh, J. A., Cooke, D. Ferris. F. I. Saunders, and P. C. Trewin senr.: secretary, Mr Ron Saunders; dele gates, Manssrs T. Trewin, . D, Ferris, and J. Roscoe; selectio...
BEST FOOTBALL FOR MANY YEARS STIRRING SECOND SEMIFINAL BENALLA DEFEATED BY THREE POINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938
BEST FOOTBALL FOR MANYYEARS STIRRING SECOND: SEMI FINAL BENALLA DEFEATED BY THREE POINTS. The fine?crowd which attended, at the St. 'James groiund wai r e-, warded by witnessing some of theoy? very best footbalb seen in the dies 'rtrict for many years. Interest was rraintained- right "up to'the final bell, when :-Benmal stllli at.' tacking strongly, failed by three points. Of three matches played by Tunga mah'and Benalla this senson,:the for mer have been victorious by three points twice and flve points once, and, if they meet again in thoe grad final to-morrow week, which will- be the position should' fBenalla .defeat Dookie-Yabba to-morrow, there should be i record crowd.. A- special train vwas run to St. James last Sat urday and was well patronlsed, but if these two teams meet again" the train will he taxed to its utmost. Among the mahy interested lipec tators at last Saturday's , game was Jim Fllynn, a former colebrated, cap tain of Carlton during the height of that team's asucc...
ALL BLACKS WIN FINAL DISPLAY SUPERIOR FORM AGAINST TATONG [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938
ALL BLACKS WIN FINAL DISPLAY SUPERIOR FORM AGAINST TATONG ,Although it was thought that All Blacks-Tatong 'match,. staged.' In the showgrounds on Saturday last, would be a well-contested one, onlookers weore' disappointed at the dlsplay.: This was, due, :no doubt, :to' the lack of. training on thepart of.Tatong,'for they faded: away 'in the- second half *of the game,. it was unfortunate that such, an' important match' lacked interestt in the firnal 'stages. By their win 'All Blacks meet Violet.? Town in the grand fina to-mo.r row.:. ..Owing to pressure of space the re -port has had to be curtailed and.the following are the progress scores: let qr.--Tatong; 2.0', AI?i Blacks 1.1 2nd qr-AIll Blacks 7.6, Tatong 622 3rd qr.-All Blacks' 14t16, Tatong 6.3 FINAL All Blacks 1820, Tatong 11.7
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 23 September 1938
Watts,Turnbull & Co STOCK, LAND AND FINANCIAL AGENTS HEAD OFFICE: BENALLA. SBRANCHES.. Wangarat., Rutherglen, Dookle, St. James, Deovnlah, Violet Town, Euroa, Yea and Mansfield. S tock Sloes alsbo conducted at Yarck, BStrathbbole Riuffy. "'. Briain; Bonnelo Doon and Longwood `AGENTS FOR: The 'Famous :.:'Cooper's Dip" (Manufactured in Aus ' tralia). 'n The Curator of Estates of Deceased Persons. Tboa.Commercidl 'Union Fire Assecance Co. Ltd. London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, and Finance Company. Sub Agents for,Australlan Mutual Provident Society. Trucking Agents for Watts, Turnbull and Co., Melbourne. We also.99have a ig selection of Houses and HOUSE AND BUILDINGG BLOCKS S tor Private Sale, and Intending buyers should make a point of seeing our list. ' LOANS. ARRANGED WeO can arrange Loans over Broad Aores and aownship . Securities at- the Lowest Current Rates of Interest. Strictesuat Secrecy. WATTS, TURNBULL AND CO. ,'Phone 17.. : BRIDGE STREET, BENALLA Robinson ...
SWANPOOL CRICKET CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938
SWANPOOL CRICKET CLUB ¶I-ERIE rwasa fair attendance at the annual meefing bt the Swa'npool Cricket Club which was held last week. The presldent, .Ir I, G. WII liams, .was.,ln the' c€j.ti.F :. . 'The balance 'bheot slihwed a credit balance of approxle?tttely £2. It was decided to re-form the.'club, and the following', oficers were elec tcd:-Presildent,' H.I 0G, Williams . sec rotary and treasurer, Arch M. Staf ford. .A. working bee to put the pitch in order, was held on Saturday' a:fter noon, when, much useful work was done. - . A'dance held at'night was not -as well patronised as' was'expected."
DISTRICT LAMBS SELL WELL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938
DISTRICT LAMBS SELL WELL - Lj(JIIt''ll+it proiof of the hiu h i ti lltty m I 1Houtll wn lllnSh ir p llli I II'b IIr .I. It, S' Olelttiton on his " "Itr nld Innl iH" Ioitite 'I'hionni, Iws. ,el'ln ed by his toliltlng the N.wnwirlke]l Hillex nigtlnt flor a full tlruck f IntlII nIH l'tuetsillty Inst, 27th, ait n tivettlrila. iof 23/3. For the lintt two yetars \Ir Slon leto tnn Iln toliell thi .?ewtilit wet Hnles with- hl i It l nt menns?inmnt lofi lumha, Last yeat'r |hly r'ealised 21/f, 21r' FStupletonr Is too he nc glraitt latid lind It uliil!,km well far the'llt tures nnd fattening iunlitlan of Ills estate, n dll all- for the a?'reful ttm l lonn ho lays. In 1el 'etilng hil ew es ,lsletolnlng with first class rnilng,
SPORTING PICTURE EVENING [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938
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BENALLA A. AND P. SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938
BENALLAi A. AND P. SOCIETY " rINC fInal meetling befltoe Ihe 1I.n .Illu Shleo was held on Friday lf. tel'noon when the chiir rlln occllpliel fly the Irl'eldellt, Mr Jon. Cooper. Othelrn prenent were Messrs O. Iloll oion), S. olellor. regerson, Saundero. ]P. W'lellrllnn. D. McMIllan, Ilay woodl, JII. II. Wallnce, 3I. G. 1. Moen Ilowo, L.. lulpliy, Clnrkti, A. Ifennoy, Deanlllfey, Cook, McGregor, l F. Cook, G. GUlilly, Ii[gram, J.. lowdern. A lettler 'as received frlom, tlhe ri'llncllno Iof the fWangarLtiIn 'ecIh •Ilal School, in rl'lly to i letter froml lthe noeoty, ltathlg thoLt fin wiouli f e Illened to ilmn1ke vitllllthle Mi' F. C. Col'ge. ilr ninstrtlr lI ItS ii Judgle. ..GRANT FOR FODDER CONSER VATION. A letter litS ' recelved froln thle ]toyall ,grlculltlural Soclety, sLating haLt tile nciety halnd grrnlllted £5I to( w.rtldH HaCtIonIs Ill thle Iirze sChelhlIO wllth n 'view to Icreinlig grelter In terest In cOntterviVLtlil of foddter It the ditlritl. £110 SUBSIDY. A letter wI1S ...
"THE GREAT BARRIER BENALLA TALKIES. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938
"THE GREAT" BARRIER BENAI.IA TALKIES. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY I?T I not often that one conilH away from the tletre t hen e ue days feel ing that one |lio8 witnIosod Holnetilhlng reLIlly "i)g" somethingIi!. thailt will live in the IIl11(1")' memory long Ilfler othLr t(lllg are forgotten, bui this Is the w'lly ne leaveoc "The Cilrtl lilrrler," pIiliuced its it folm1 In the lovely oultldoor seen cry of ConHdlll' llclee , biy Ctllulmont 13iltish. This Iictlure e:o safely ie labelled ln "epic" of the grantldet tyille, tellingl s it dloes o(f the conlHtlctilon ofl ith Canadinn l'cilll tail lwiy. The llrO dIteet'H, who'I ndlllle IL cloimiar ltype of filetm olcoCCH llflly lin "tilhoile( of Aflrlen," nlml0e tIls nn IC:llpih'e Ilmhn, anill It really ti,. No i!?l Hi°n1,m r Il ,ltilth l ubijeet inteLreted i ihi tlie ItIIIlling if the nRmpihiro Ecll lffbri'ld to nlis this, for Ito sincerilty of pI'ducthion alnd historic intelret, IllOllt froll the ttlfll hling aittloln anol :ro'oleflllly-wolvenl ...
BENALLA STOCK MARKET WATTS, TURNBULL & CO. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938
-BENALLA STOCK MARKET WATTS, TURNBULL &, CO,Y WATTS, TURNBULL' & CO.' report having held their: "tiusual fort nightly 'market at the Benallr' Cor poration Yards on Tuesday, last when they offered good pennings of ill classes'of fat stock to the local trade and, outside buyers from' Melbourne; Euroa, Violet Town, Devenlash and St. James. We offered' a heavy yarding of fat sheep the quality of which was gen. orally only fair, and as a result, prices showed a tall of at least' / per head from our last report. A few pens of prime 'quality sold at late rates. Our penning of fat cattle included a few pens of nicely fnlished bullocks and helters, while the bulk of the yarding were' only handy trade cattle. Competition was very keen, and prices quite equal to recent firm rates.' A .few pens of young steers and half ers were offered In the store pens and these were dlifcult to quit. * SHEEP. A/o Mr Walter Lewis, Lurg, pen of xb wethors, 2 yore, very prime, good skins,! 25/6; ...
GOORAMBAT YOUNG FARMERS' CLUB PREPARATIONS FOR FIELD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938
:GOORAMBAT YOUNG SFARMERS'' CLUB. 'PREPARATIONS= FOR FIELD DA eýi. l :cjlton?hve. hvlbegan*i. repar 1 .on. I'm their innual Ilcld Dny, which Is to }he hold on 7th' Oqioher. lIven fl ivne wlither,i theovonlve soud be more o"ucenosful" th.ni' Ian y pny'lo The =Yoi'n F'armers' CoI,'li for yarded twelvo dozen eggs tQ the Wangaratti DIstrlct "I p?iltal n' ree, ponae to thelr'ntnu al appeal'.:"".' ": PRIME MINISTER TO.'" VISIT WANGARATTA.-The " Prlme. ,Mlnl?-, ,tr,:tthe .,Rti., on. .T. A. Lyone,:.-C.I., ZI .P i lnfoitmed 'the Mlnrilto:r for 1ho;Interlor, (.Mr McEwon): that: hie, ,,lllr yllt I yanialnatta. In .Octoler for: the towns .Centenalry Ceoebraittone: NIr;Ti?tflcen" at the: roelluest oif the Wdangaratta _loBorouigh Council, ,r-! cently, convoyel; an Invlitailoy to the Prime l"Infltor */ and Damoe EIDrn ill Lyonst o Mr'. l.yons, . wrltltn '..to':. Mr MoEwen, setated ;that he very readIly, tcceptedi t:ihi(.;opportontty o tf mlcniln a ylsl to aWludgaratta,
WANGARATTA'S OLDEST NATIVE QUEST BY CENTENARY COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938
WANGARATTAIS OLDEST NATIVE QUEST BY CENTENARY COMMITTEE. 'IE 'Coneenary committee has deo olded to honoutr the oldest living native or Vangnraltta, till residing In the borough, and also the oldest living natlVe resldlng In any lpart of theL' Commonwealth. 'This Is a happy Idecl on the part of the Centenary commlt teo, 'and should greatly increase the Intorost In the ceclebratlons. SClanm s hould he forwarded ,.to the secretary of the celebrations, M?r AT. O'Donohuo, without delay, In order thatt the committee miliht decide: the stlccessful applicants .: ' ' Thdom who' are awaro of ald native liorn:-presont and past residents,' of Wangarattoi can greatly assaist by communicating with them,.
NORTHERN TERRITORY EXHIBITION MELBOURNE FUND BENEFITS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938
NORTHERN TERRITORY EXHIBITION ' eC, MIOURNE FUND BENEFITS. ?ipUBLIC interest in the Northern ' Territory was clearly demon ;strated by the success of the recent " Northern Territory exhibition held In 'thed Melbourne Town, Hall, the Minis ter for she Interior, Mr McMwen said last week. :' Although the exhibition lansted only f tour days-from 26th July to 80th July--the hall being required for S;,other purposes, the nett proceeds -,reached £667/6/4. Mr McEwen has r : forwarded a cheque for this amount .to the Lord Mayor's Fund in' Mel Sbourne. ? He expressed gratification at the i agmnount raised and also that evidence to?I/|.ldtere5t in. the Territory is much more general that haq been onp S.onl' ,upposeed,
RAILWAYS INSTITUTE CRICKET CLUB GOOD SEASON ANTICIPATED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938
RAILWAYS INSTITUTE, i. :CRICKET: CLUB GOOD SEASON ANTICIPATED. Membersne of :the ..Rallways Instl tote Crtlcket Clulb ar look~ing forward to a succeesHful RineasoniRnd. much on tlitisianln wris, dllplyeld :it the annual lestlhig hold last; week.: The chailr wi'e occullpiel by Mr In: Hrding. Th balancoe sheot was :reand and showed a credit lialnnce of L£/10/1. .Ollcori electedo for the : ensuing season were:-Proesdent, Mr J. Ilard Ing (ro-elected ,unoplostid): vice presidents. Moessrs ourkeO (Conir'), Ocldye, E. Adams nnd A. Buttler; see rotary, It Parkllnsn. ' General Business. "A vote of thanks Was passed to the retlring socretery,.Mr. R. Carter,, ~lho ecllned;' tho posltlon ?for theo coming Tho. presllont Intlmated ,that Mr Smltith, a commnorcal triavellor, had donated a trophy for the o.hit nil round playeor for. . the OL.forthcoming tleaion. .The offnor was accepteddwlthi thanks; iTho.? sympathy ofv .mmbers wan ox Stended, to Mir B. Bruce?.n hls recanl bereiaement. .
HOLY TRINITY C.E.M.S. BRANCH FORMED AT GOORAMBAT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938
HOLY TRINITY C.E.M.S. BRANCH FORMED -AT GOOR. AMBAT. TjPRESNVTATIVIVS of the Ben r ,all, o.Vangaratt anltid Shepprlon .lranches of the Church of Ingliand: Muon's Sociely met at 'Cooramnbat lost week, where It eervico wa hheld at the church by Itev. C. Ai.' Kennedy . of An lslpiring IllreL wais Ideliveored by Bro. ft. IM. Ilarcotirt, sccretary of the C.E.M.S. ,Diocenn brancllh. Following the eorvlce, a meeting. which wits well attonded, .wanshobl in ttho. lMchnilco' Ilall.-. Addrouone ,on. the work of the srloity; were " given by Bri: It. T!. Living, of Vrtngnrolta, Diocean chairman; Bro. `Dr. Irultz nor, of Sholppori(on; :ro. O.. VWhIte, of 3Bennlla, and ]iro. . it . Ilnrcourt, of WangonrattatL Latek it w?? decided "to form a branch of the Society. Air J. ,T. nlar tin 'was elected prealdont; Air Tom Trowin, ecuroetry : IJIv.. C ., JuIlen, chaplain; and Bro. Raymnnod Nichollt alelctaont chaplnl. ' •Tho'lodie eprovlded 'ii'overy tasty 'suppor, whioh was groatly enjoyed,
APOSTOLIC DELEGATE TO VISIT BENALLA ON OCTOBER 24. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938
APOSTOLIC DELEGATE TO VISIT BENALLA. ON OCTOBER 24. . ON his way bnak from Bendigo folt lowing the consecration of Bishop -H. Ryan. who was recently elevated to the high ecclesiastical position in the Catholic Church, hils Excellency, the Apostolic Delegate, the Most Rev. J. Panlco E.T.D., will visit. Benalla on October 24. IHe will stay at Ben alla that night and will be the guest of Rov. .Father O'Reilly at the Pros bytery. VOTE ",yES" RALLY.-An open air mooting will;' weather. permitting, be held ini'ront. of:the Fire Brigade Hall at, 8.80u Pm. thls evening. The speaker .wlll' b-h Rev.' ,?..' E. Wilklnson MA. ' Queitione will .b Invited,".-r,.