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OLD-TIME DANCE AT MEMORIAL HALL DISTRESSED DIGGERS TO BENEFIT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938

OLD-TIME DANCE AT :MEMORIAL HALL ? I DISTRESSED DIGGERS' TO' BENEFIT. A MORT isuccessful old-time dnnco wni heldh] In the .lemorhal Hall on Tluesday evening Inat by the l3enall Iubi-Ibranch of the lreturned RoldilrH' I.eagou. Thereo was a large gathering of diggerus InI theilr friends from all arts of the district. An the procotedl ntounteud to lllout £23, It In expected that It utbHltanttil profit wiwll tav llhe funds of th1 Iocnal branch for admln srtering asistallnce, to loctal .lnd trav Illlng dil'ers In diHtrOess. An Mr C. Williams of the Tenalla I'altlcti. hlnd genurously donated a Icaultlliful box of chocoltten .'and a box ot cliaretten, a novelty dance wan ar i inged. Thisn was .won " by R. I. Illlourle ai lltnMIss I. O'.Shea; who trUulin'ted themtI tO the : DIigers' tirllctol Club. ''lheseo will be dispooed if, antd hl i pirocleed dolnated to thlo A tnty supllper wast provlded by tho noemlers of the Wohmon's ,"'Auxiliary, whose pretldent, Mlrs A. ltoseoe, and secretary; llt...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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OBITUARY MRS. ELLEN HANLON. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938

OBITUARY MRS. ELLEN HANLON. THE death occurred at l3enalla yoes terdly of Mrs Efllen IInnlon, rdllct of the late ,Air .Dnniel lhanlon of dooinallbeo. The late Mrs Ilanlon Wso( a daughter of tho hitte ill. and hMrs Thomris Carey, and was horn at Tlipperary. Ireland:. ` She camon to Australia when only 8 years of age, and was married at ..angaratta at 18 ye?rs of ago to lr ,Daniel Illnion. She wHas one of° the oldest and most highly reospected resldents of. Goom allbee, where she resided for' many years, and made an' 'host of friends whoe will regret to learn of her death. She reared a family of five sons and four dauighters, .itl., Johnnnnh (lrs A;'. Kearnoy, Stewarton), . Thomas (aoomallee). Hlonora (Mrs R. Toner, deceased), Manry ,(Mrs MeCormack, n meherwell), Daniel (Goomallheel, Timothy (Fairfield), Cornelius ,Dookle), Ellen (Mrs D. Line. (St. James), John (Goomallbeo):

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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ROBINSON & MONDS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938

ROBINSON & MONDS, ROBINSON & ONDS report hav ing held thleir usual fortnightly market in the ,3onalla"' Corporation' Yards on Tuesday last the 27th Inst. VWe had a medium yarding in all classes. Competition was . .not keen and prices showed a decline on late rates. We can quote: FAT SHI- P.' In this section' we had a IIght yard Ing, of good. qualityt 'shorn wethers and lamhs. Fat wethers, shorn, 10/, 10/0, 17/ to 17/11: fat lambs, shorn, 14/, 14/6 to 16/; fat lnmhs in the wool,' to 25/. FAT CATTLI. A medium yarding with prices fairly firm at about lnto rates., Fat hullocks, £8, £8/10/ to £10/5; fat cows £7/5/, £7/18/, £8/10/ to £9; fat helfers, £8/10/ to L., A light yardlhg with competition good, values being on a par with late rates. Bacon, £3/5/, 03/10/, 03/11/ to £3/13/; pork, 28/, 30/, 32/, 46/ to 50/0; slips, 20/, 21/, 21/6 to 27/.

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PETERSON—SPRIGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938

PETERSON-SPRIGGS. ON Saturday afternoon the wedding of Mine Lila May Spriggs and Mr Stianley Thloms Peterson was sol emnised at the Methodist Church, ,Vangaratta, by the Rov. E. E. Shackell. ?Large brnss bowsi -of pink and white blossone made art effective dec oration in the church. 'Phe ceremony was a very quiet one, only immediate relatives being; prepent.. The 'brlde In the third daughiter of Mr and Mrs Andrew Spriggs, Dcv enlsh, and the bridegroom in tile soc ond eon of Mr and Mrs Mi. T'. Peter son, 0. Greta ltoad, WVangaratta. Both bride and groom were unattended. The bride's frock of deep powder-blue woollen material had rows of hand tlitching In navy wool on the Peter Pan collar, which won extended Into a pleated yoke, adorned with touches of embroidery In the tones of red wool. Her tiny navy hiat wan fnalshed with a diamento clip and an eye veil, and her accessories were also of navy. She carried a posy of exquisite pink hyacinths. As the bride and bride groom were leaving t...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938

Let's get this thing Straight! NO-LICENCE is not Prohibition The State-wide vote on October 8th is not and cannot be 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 liquor 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 modera?e drinkers, under No-Licence Law, can legally,, secure moder ate supplies of liquor. In Victoria, special legal provision will guarontee tohi right to responsible citi- ON OCTOBER 8th seas only, NOT to Irresponsible youths and maidene! " No.Licece cannotr o Prohibition! It V TE YES is wise metrctioni On October 8th vate for yourself and your family, not for the FOR NO - LICENCE brewse! g THAT MEANS ------- This advertisement is ...

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BOURKE & THEWLIS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938

BOURKE & THEWLIS. BoOUvnR & TIIEWLIS report hav ing holdo their usual .fortnightly market in the I3onnlla Corporation Yairds on Tuesday last the 27th Inst., when they offered i moderato yarding of all classoes of. stock to a good at-. tendance of buyers made up of local and outside trade, and district graziers.. Throughout 'the sale, com petition was a little less:n ative than in previous markets, with a subhe quent easement In values ot fat stock. There was a good yarding..of dairy cattle with all.good, quality springers selling at prices equal 'to those of atr sale: . . FAT SHEE . SS Aý-moderato .yarding consisting mainly of prime quality 'wetheis both In: the wool and.aBhdorn with odd pens of old lambs and'' 'ewes, prices for 'which showed an ceasement in sym-i pathy with the recent Newmarket sales. Prime quality. wethers 4 tooth, !n~the wool, 24/1,25// to 25/i; primo; quality wethers, shorn, 18/, ,18/1; best old lambs in the wool 18/2,18/0, 19/3 to 20/: shorn db....

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BROKEN CREEK TENNIS CLUB OPENING TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938

BROKEN,- CREEK .TENNIS CLUB OPENING .TOURNAMENT.. ROJ N r o Cm r ek ommeneed thlp ten niiI s;sao'n:n :ith~ a' tournamont Inast[ Stturday, andt wan well attended no ffewoer than:, 22 pairs. taking part, The tournament': finished~ with a euchre rparty iatnight,':. thie \winlnrirs bering .Min IHan? and; r: t.; Coo . Tho' result ofLthe toirhaaoeit woere First Roundil=C WrCz bi and Misn J. Orbga'n ' 'd. Shhl',t' and Mirs Wailler, II :t'I Oh?)'0;h?o ita d.illnns'J. ,pilnks d,. 11. Foldtmanfl ilnd :Miss l ,l lodemnalde, 6-4; : :,::tundterH and ?tlis J.1 Flood d. It. 'i?gan" a'nd Minls A. 'Spluks,; 6-3; 1. ,llnks and tiles:, Oabr ll d. J.. Rflcoe' and'Mrs Davis 0 2'It'Davis and fias `11:: Febloltmainn dt:.Eli Ferris antld i'lls?,?n .AiMarin ; 6-0; L; iTrewln anil' M\IAs Q, ;Hareinlnl.QP. Andersun',and "i"s \:A, C:arjyon, ".0-2 RIPli*eolnnds' Mrsf.Piillan fd::'K.. Flood du 'Inliss l;. Sharp.":62 ::'.T1 iNoonan lnnd Mlliss II B3urgLr. . Onuborun and -: Miss M. lrA ? ; Dtls 0ln A 'D ie- irand....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938

.iuimumhmmimmapaniiuuarnnuim FOR BETTER BABY. WEAR mlimIuululUltl1nUUaruwIwYIuuImKImtl mai f I, SATURDAY &.MONDAY 3 STAR PROGRAM RICHARD ARLEN IN THE GREAT STORY OF THE CANADIAN- ROCKIES "THE GREAT BARRIER" : ALSO .THE .ICE HOCKEY THRILLER "IDOL' OF THE CROWDS"' -,-SPECIAL ADDED ATTRACTION,; THE LOUIS-SCHMELING FIGHT FILM., .,-Taken from Eveory Angle. (For Genoral Exhibition) FOR LONDON BABY CARRIAGES 2nU111111111211111111I%?IuhljtonuglwuaIIlu1112NaY1uIUpI111111W

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OUR ELEMEARY SCHOOLS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938

OUR: ELEMEARYý SCHOOLS We sellom think of coilr 'oiloritlne ?:t?em' n'n ti.hole' At. rin- tlnm pih, litc nttentlion :in con'enrti'ated on' a new etirricilmlum? prllnii'ry schonlx, t another we Inlnst ti11n the "Imtnt?l nnco of econilary edicntlln n and ithe need for cultuti e n'. n it,". few yo"nt iLter the ipotlightl- failln ot-c Sitowini: v ccondaii'y :idtl ti ?lneo . t iecescity, for nmore facilltlen for tech 'nical eductition.,: .'r e hltllld. hIiwp ver,-. ntver(. i l ;ight of thel fac, lnt hdht the +,,loe; .. ' ntructure of na cultured nooietyv detende uiion the training ,?lven lit rit o mentnry nlnto'le6.o, What , l 'lone ,-.' 'th more gifteid fe w. IL:Ini na IttiuIe thlrit the boy, Ix ftl eriftho tnniq' an thn? in1 ourc ty. t:tly ',,(e r ' in uldt?d:l; te Slanrgo extent,, t'Iii tti~'llo, to 'life b n itolety. Ti ii ig illl.v e ttiv in? ilpportant parit, Wlt'( and tilnintl"n handlling of ehildren g'etie fri" to; fiortr tliol chntleterx' fr.iirod or evil, .nn??ei Inttls. folt.l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938

THE CLEAR-CUT ISSUE ON OCTOBER 8 As an elector you, must choose simply between th' abolition or the continuance of the existing system of public regulation and control of the Liquor Industry in this State. No.effort has been spared by the Victorian Prohibition League and associated organisations to mislead you into the belief that a variety of other matters must be decided by your vote. Study the specimen ballot paper below and judge for yourself what are the facts. HERE IS THE QUESTION YOU MUST ANSWER S*ABOLITION: T HAT L I C EN C E S This is what it means: B E AB 0 I S H E * "ABOLITION" (vide "The Shorter Oxford Dictionary"):-Act of abolishing ..... destruction. ro* . The licences referred to are. those for HOTELS, CLUBS, GROCERS, SPIRIT There is no provision of any kind under Victorian law to permit the retail sale of liquor under Abolition. (1) Do you desire the closing of the 1,711 hotels to which travellers and others look for accommodation? - NO. (2) Do you desire the.immedia...

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WEDDINGS HARVEY—BURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938

WEDDINGS HARVEY BURNS . VERY pretty wedding was cel? .brated at Holy Trinity . Churchd, Benilla, =on.r Saturday ,last, when, Miss Vera.Lavinia 'Burns; only daughter of M.r and , Ari Walter Burns, :of Bein alia, hecame th'e wife'. 'of Mr Heriy Ahiri-Haivey, only son of MA and :Mrs H.: P. Harvey, of 15O South Crescent, Northcoto.e' Tho church. which had 'been prettily decorated' by: the reohi. tives of the bride in 'pring:' flowers with an arch- of heath and: blossom, proved an attractive setting * for the wedding which was performed by Rev. C. M.. Kennedy. AMrs tH. Stolz acted as: organist. The ' bride, who was given: away by:'her father, made a charmng picture, in a .white satin frock with -lace revers and long lace sleeves. lier veil was caught with a coronet of orange blossom, and she carried a bouquet of. white camellias, heath and maiden thair fern. She was attended by Allsses May Hall of Yer ong Creek, N.S.W., and Eunice MlcBoan, of Sunshine, who were frocked alike in mauve not...

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SWANPOOL GOLF CLUB OFFICIAL CLOSING OF SEASON. PRESENTATION OF TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938

SWANPOOL .GOLF CLUB OFFICIAL CLOSING OF SEASON. PRESENTATION OF TROPHIES. WHE.official closing of the Swanpool, Golf' Club's .seasnn took place on' Saturday afternoon - last, ; when the presentation of trophies,i ,which had been .won nduring the . season, wan made. Before presenting the trophies, the prealdentt of tho club , iMr Percy Branlgan,, referred to the succeHsful oiieaon which the club had experi enced, and, thanked all the members for .the asssltance they had given In inakling'it so. Ho cepeclally thanked tho?ladies for all they had done. THn regretted that: thoei : Hecretary, Mir Marston, had beeni laid aside through illneae,;but Mr Ol0e?ori had ben. good enoughtotake over his duties, and he had done the work very effectively. Their, membership, fee, was e imall, en they wvre not In a posltloni to pro vide prizce, 'They were however very fortunate n . having such generous donori as the'Queen's Bridge Motors (through representations made by Mr -.. Gawley); tho "Ensign," "S...

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"HIGH JINKS" TO BE STAGED ON MONDAY AND TUESDAY NEXT. BRIGHT ENTERTAINMENT TO BE PROVIDED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938

"HIGH ?JINKS" TO BE STAGED ON MONDAY AND TUESDAY NEXT. BRIGHT ENTERTAINMENT TO BE PROVIDED. A BRIGHT ovening's entertainment is.assured all who "attend the Shire Hall on Monday and Tuesday evenings next, when the. Benalla Musical Society will stage .that ever popular, musical' comedy, ? "High Jinks." The show is .brimful of fun, and many amusing sltuations. are created. The company, with Mr H. B. Waller as producer, have been working liard during the last few' weeks putting'tlo fnlishing touches to the'. show, 'and final rehearsals have'been held during the week-end. Reports t6 hand airo that the whole performance is an ex cellent one. The musical section of the show has been entrusted to Miss Mona Rahilly, who has reached per fection with this section; whilst Miss Cath. Perkins has prepared some very bright ballets. The box plan Is now open' at .li lama' Cafe. in Nunn 'St reet;i; whero reservations can'be m'adeS'·?'i' ,':;',',, r a z r ?- 't . . ,

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INTER-CLUB ROAD RACE TO BE STAGED TO-MORROW [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938

INTER-CLUB ROAD RACE TO BE STAGED TO-MORROW ,TLE Benalla Cycle 'Club will hold a 25. mile Inter-club road race with Euroa club to-morrow afternoon at 3 p.m., starting anti` fnlishing, In Bridge Streeoot. This race Is a return race wlth the Euroa LCycle .Club. an0 Is being looked forward . to by the ridersa of both Bonalla and Euror clubs. The following ar' the hnndlicans: T. Olazebrook. R. Bamford, D. Tully, 11. Minlon, ncr.; A.. It. lleMlltan, L.: "Varhurst, S. Hall, 1.15; R. Ilaleall, R. Davidson 1.30: K. ]3ackhouse, D. War hurst; -E. Hall, L.;Oreen, 2 min; F. Threlfall, B. Cann, D. Bamford, L. Steer, H1. Jacka, M. :Davidson, It. Sag gers, 2.15: D. Nicholls, G. Snowden, Athol Davldson, D.. Minion, A. David :on, 3.30; ,C. Steer, S. Jacka, L. MAlcntee, I. Beer, 5 min.; J. Dennis, D. Sholund, IM. French, 6 min; IH. Walters, A. Threlfall, A. Snowden, S. Withers, Donohue, !6.15; L. Fry, D. lHarrlson, V. Worland, 7.45; L. Grant, WV. Horasburn, -8.45; J. Minion, O. Beer, A. Leicester, 0....

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Control of Turf Wickets APPLICATION TO SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938

Control l'f Turf Wickets APPLICATION TO SHIRE COUNCIL. TIE groundinianagment commit tee ppollioited I ~4;" the,'? IBonalla Crlcket jAeoclitilon " met ldelegates from thq aix club?- concerned with turf wickats in. Benalla-iBonalla West, tFrlendly Societica, Benalla, Diggern, Footballers and llnilways representatives from thei Benalla Shire' Council, and the curator of the aenalla Gardens, MAr' Briggs, at -the Royal Hotel on Wednesday evening last. . The huslincn wan to discusis ways and means of maintaining the turf wickets In ]Bonalla. It was decided at the meeting to make application to. the Council to have the turf wicket in the oval taken over by the -Benalla Cricket Ansocia tion to come into line with the wicket on the Friendly Societies' ground and the wicket on the iehowgrounds. The Association aire not asking for the full control ofL.the ground, but merely to control the wicket for As nociation fixtures. If this requont In granted the Ben alia Association will employ a per ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938

Outstanding styles ) MEN'S *4..ý HATS A. V. IKIN Tailor & Gent's Outfitter BRIDGE STREET, BENALLA +Ollimllf2 fnlan IIIInltlallr i tll lulllImnlrllllni i u IIIIInOiin IiniiiIIIii|]iI1 n 4 SHIVER MY TIMBER'S-AN OLD SEA SAYING. Don't You Shiver this Winter in a Draughty House. m LINE OUT THAT ROOM WITH -. TERRETT'S FIBRO PLASTER SPECIFY AND USE TERRETT'S TIMBER Phone: Works, 337. Phone: Private, 382. 'rmullnlinntinlllnnunmullmuumlullsllnlnmlmurmll llni n ui nimiinimininfna lrntet and publeuiol by ohnlm anro O'Shea for the Proprietor, at the "Dnelgn" Offe, lair Street,. Benalla. 0 G ET /FROM/ FOSTER'S LAGER Nothing conveys so much healthful energy to the system as :the nourishing qualities :of barley malt, hops, and sugar that are grown in; Australia for the brewingg ofF.oster's Lager , This grand old- ale with' -its traditionially fine flavour brightiens the appetite, aids the digestion, builds up : vitality and tresistance, creates a: glow of good Health : # No {wonder Foster'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938

MOTORISTS n HAVING DISPOSED OF MY BUSIESS, BEFORE HANDING OVER STO MESSRS D. MacPHERSON AND C. SMITH, I HAVE A LOT' OF I, SECOND-HAND CARS AND PARTS TO CLEAN ',OUT, WHICH ARE I;- AS UNDER : 1 1937 Ford V.8. Utility, in perfect order. Any trial, long registration. 1 Chevrolet'6 Utility in good order. £35 deposit. '. 1 Chevrolet 4 Utility in good order. £18 deposit. . I' 1 "A" Model Ford 'Utility just overhauled. All new tyres, rn'? hood. S£35 deposit. S 3 oSECOND-HAND ENGINES, ETC. n ( 1 "Bean" Truck Engine. 1 1927 ""T" Ford, Engine." 1 1927 "T" Model Ford Chassis. Good Tyres, Engine, etc. YOU HAVE GOT UNTIL OCTOBER 2nd TO SECURE THESE BAR GAINS; NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED. Sydford Motors Bridge Street, Benalla. PHONE 279 J, TREWIN - Machinery Agent - BENALLA AGENT FOR McKAY, MASSEY-HARRIS FARM MACHINERY. SOUTHERN STATES DEEP BORI NG AND DRILLING CO. SOUTHERN ALLIANCE INSURANCE CO, CROSS WINDMILLS. CREAM SEPARATORS COOPER SHEARING MACHINES r ELECTRIC GOOD LIGHT FARM MACHINERY PLANTS...

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VIOLET TOWN PREMIERS ALL BLACKS GIVE GOOD DISPLAY [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938

VIOLET TOWN PREMIERS ALL BLACKS GIVE GOOD ' DISPLAY A fast, glean and 'snappy .game at the Benalla showgrounds on Sat. urday last rewarded a. fair .crowd who paid about £38 to witness the :igrand final match. of the ,Tatong. Thoona League, when Violet.Town topped off their unbeaten record ' by winning the premiership, Violet Town had defeated the All Blacks on four- previous occasions, and had every confldence about the rosult of tholr final ohcountor. "-The teams wore: Violet Town.-C. Cook, 0. Peacock, E.' Peacock,?'. f.cDiarmid, 'L. Robin eon; R. Carsee, . IH ' Williai, N WVatklits; l: Dosacr, A. McDlrirmld,' E. Russell, -D Mittchell .'D. Fowler,' A. Aldridge, B. :Saunders,' Bob' Aldridgo, T;. Kealey, A. Brostor; O. Alrdigo 19th. All Blicks.l-IV. BUss, F. rKonnedy, 1. Crlimmins, C.- wVlson, A.; Davis, T. Wathos, W Muirphy, E.. Richardson, Jim and Jack Doherty, F. Wallis, IL McNamara; '. Green, F'. Terrctt, L. Dohehtk ,'W. Hyland, ..C. Clarke, O,. Mlatthews and S; Beard 19th . All ...

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RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938

RIFLE :SHOOTING ON ,Satuirda theoBonalla T:iflo" Club O;?Ired I1`?_: conJiniibtio i : thith ,weekly challenge` cup,i thio final- stage for :the club's 'drterlLy.trophy, 'hich was;},on by;0R.'Rrediiatf 'vbwho "'shot kr'illiantlylin fptledtrnIy? conditions to Mcore °101, In'cluding 3thj 'posalble oat• 1100t yards R:BSawers~ scoring the only othter posalb~ for the'dy att 600 3; : ;., : ; "-"3 000 600o Ttl. 'Ii le ?pnthi' :3 3 533' '33 101 It, Sa r ' 31 33 '35' 99 H3Lane -3232 32 00 D: Rlobnson Si+ 29 34 94 C.' }Veatacott 30......; : 32 32" 34 S.G30uppy . 30 30 `2 02 H.:: ; Smith` 30 'i81?28 :80 .';Gray.?? ; :; ; i?': 31392)'23 083 Ne.. t Saturday theclub wlll com menco the flret' tage o:f second quar terly trobphy to b.' shbot concurrently wlth' the wveekly chiallenge cup, now held .by 20 Itnde tlpalt ! APPROACHIN; 7,000,000. - The population of the Commonwealth In creased by 11,258. persons In the first quarter'of the ye, ari, ad at 21st March was 6,881,848." In the corresponding quar...

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BALL AT ST. JAMES MARKS OPENING OF RENOVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938

SBALL AT ST. JAMES MARKS OPENING OF RENOVA TIONS. , newly-renovated hall at St. James was the setting for an en Joyable dance on Wednesday evening last, the occasion being to olficially open the alterations which have re cently been made. There was only a fair crowd present, but those who at tended spent an enjoyable time dan cing to excellent music supplied by Don Forbes and his swing band from Yarrawonga. The hall was nicely de-. corated with poppies, fern and lillen. A tasty buffet supper was greatly en Joyed. The official opening ceremony was performed by Cr. Frank Kelly. Among those present, were: Mins V. Buckler, white satin Miss' R. 'McKay (Tungamah), white 'organdie. ' "Miss O. Martin; gold angel skin Miss J. Stewart, primrose georgette. Misse'B Talbot. green appliqued lace. Miss Hagger, floral crepe de'chino.. MiessN. Polly, helitropo satin Mrs F. Kelly, black lacquered satin Miss M. Pelly, heliotrope satin. Mrs Clarke, black lace MrsD,' Quinn, black sand crepe ,Miss M. McC...

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