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COUNCILLOR'S VISIT TO SUVA LIFE ON INTERESTING ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938

COUNCILLOR'S VISIT TO SUVA r, 'LIFE ON INTERESTING ISLAND., S.An interesting account of a .,cruise to Suva recently , enjoyed ihby- Cr.. E..W. Bleke of Benalla, Sise.-contained " In 'the' following articli. which deals with life on S board.;ship and also the customs and habits of the centres visited. 'An Interesting Interlude ' and holl day-with variation of place and scen ery; of 'landscape and seascape Is the d opportunity of taking a trip In which these 'features are presented to the tripper, Such opportunity, an the re f cent trip to Suva by the Orient Co'e. d *S.' Otranto, provided the means of a doing .so. Picking up tourists at Port ,Melbourne, thence to Sydney and t Brisbane, then with a full complement of tourists across the Intervening 1571 miles of Pacifle.i eaching Syd-' "noy, after the first portion of tile trip north, the natural beauties of the harbor called'for the unstinted praise from the pyJama clad brigade that t faced the early morn and viewed the ,pilot , arriv...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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ECONOMIC SAFETY ONLY HOPE LIES IN DEFEAT OF PROHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938

ECONOMIC 'SAFETY ONLY HOPE LIES IN DEFEAT OF PROHIBITION. A CO PL,?T ansr. to tlho claim of the Prohibitionliss that:n aboll tion of Ilcences will not involve addi tional unemolioymloent is provldod in the Aogust lIumbor of "Food flanu facture." Thils Ii a monthllly Journal de voted tb the 'Produition huid aanulfac lure of:-Clhocolate, Confectlonery. 1llacults, Bread, .Cake; JamI; GClace, Candied and Preserved Fruits: Fruit Juicoi and( Cordials;: Jellies, Ionby 1and Lenlon Curd: Cheese andl Milk Il'oduets, Infant, Breakfast anlld In valid lFoods; Ice Cronm:o Canned "uoods;: leat, Fish . and Vegetable Il'Products: Soups, Pickles, ·SatleCs, 'Paltes and Ixtracts, a0'nl all edlblo comn(loditles Involving Iprocess( of nlalnufacttlre." "Th?e nle of certitn foods soared anllost as hilgh as thaL of lqllor Itself when Prohilibitioll was ilfled in tilhe U.S.A." declared "Food Manltufacture." "fleer, whlchl was re-olegalised by Con groess andI the Preshlent Of tile United Siates I little iorl'...

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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS McCONNAN HOUSE WINS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938

tsHIGH;: SCHOOL fSPORTS McCONNAN HOUSE WINS ?r'"A comfortable margin of tise casee was gained by McConnan. f House when they defeated Nish j House at the annual High School sports on 'Wednesday afternoon lost. The sports were held in the Gardens which proved a delightful setting for the afternoon's a?sirt. :There was keen rivalry between representatives of both MlcConnan and Nish Ifouses. and as a result many keenly contested events were held. 'McConnanltes however proved .much -too strong for their opponents, and ran out easy winners. The headnaster, Mlr(L. B. laOnron, hlad the assistance of:mnembers of the Advisory Council, and his staff who all assisted In the smootlh running of the programme, and everything went off without a hitch. The Ladies' Auxiliary had charge of the afternoon tea arrangements which theyo carried out in their' usal clll clent manner. Detalsn of the various events are as follow: Bowling at Wicket, 13oys.-R. Crockford (tMe.) 1, H. Auld (N) and J. Andernon (N)...

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COUNTRY TEAMS' MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938

COUNTRY .TEAMS' MATCH. . 'The 'annual icounttry :teamn' match i for the Alice Coltnian Shield will be oheld to-day at. the Yarra' Yarra golf links. Includedl in tthe sevenI teams ?? conipetingB is one 'from ; tho, North East,- who will n meet; Wimmnira 'in the ? first round.'. The North-Eastern team Swill Include Mrs Wilkinson, MisseO :M. King and M. O'Bhea from the Ben a alla club.

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THE GOVERNOR'S VISIT SHOW BALL ARRANGED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938

THE GOVERNOR'S VISIT SHOW BALL ARRANGED. At Friday's meeting of the Ben mail A;. and P.' Society, It was de-. cided in view of the, visit of.:the, Governor and Lady Huntingfleld, to hold a' show ball on the-first night of theo' "showv. Their'Ex* cellncies will; also : be entertained to: dinner, at the. Commercial Hotel on the Saturday evening. The 'ecreliry',;'Ar.L?. C., Noll stated tlhlit it a mouthloIn'Of the jolnt 'lnd)ce' (ollmllmtteo It woo decided to recom nllel to thle council tlht the charges he 7/(1 dllble, 0i/ gents, and 3/ lIdleh,. They hand nlpinted Ali's ?-. T. IlBrownll rItH )rMildelll, with loe darllllln . C. NIl ind O. Oliver na Joint hllon, eer'etatrkL'm. FINANCE COMMIT:TEE'S SUG GESTION. The ReCIretlry (Laid tha1t 1 (II Ia meet Ing of the flnnnce tommnllttou It had been detlled to recommend 10/6" doulble, 7/1) gentae end 5/ Indles. CHARGE SHOULD BE REDUCED. CI', . Il lllley naid 1111t he tihol ht( . Ithe hitarges recommenl 1ded hy the Iln llIe col11nitll(tee welr t...

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SELF-DENIAL FAIR TO AID SALVATION ARMY APPEAL. OVER £20 RAISED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938

SELF-DENIAL FAIR TO AID. SALVATIO4I ARMY APPEAL., OVER £20 RAISED. H. annual .self-denial fair of the Salvation Army. was held In the Memorial 'Hall on Thursday after noon of last week, nod an a result about £23 was raised. This fair is held annually to raise funds towards Benalla's quota, and this year- the local Army is making an appeal for £100. " There .was at good attendance at both sessions,; nd a quhstantlal amount will go towards the fund. - 'The Stall Holders. The stall holders were as follows: Drapery.-Sistor MIrs H.arrIson: and Mrs Sellars.. Cakes.-Sister Mrs IHardon and, Mrs Harris. Sweets.--Mrs Adjutant Sutton and rs - Abley. - Refreshments.-SIster irs, Shaw, Mrs Green and Mras Hose. Produce.: - Sergt-Major. Harrison, Sergt-Major Hardon and lBio.l-Crock ett. Drlnks.--BIIIll Harden and Lee Sut ton. Flowers.--June Green' and Mavls Button. During the afternoon, Cr. T." a'B. Cook rpresided. ' A.musical program. was "greatly enjoyed. The artists who contributed were Mrs Lowe...

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MASS DISPLAYS AT NUREMBERG CRICKETERS' WIVES NEW ZEPPELIN ARRIVE [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938

I - MASS DISPLAYS AT NUREMBERG 'RICrVTlERQ' WIVES NFW 7EPPI.IN ARRIVF ,.Top Left : The. funeral'. of Prince Arthur of Connaught-A view of the mourners and large crowd. The King is. in ,the centre? : " S'Top:. Right: t The "'Mant 'of, the moment.":.: Herr: .Hitler ecaving the lNucremberg' stadium afteor a demon': ntration by' the, Hitler Youth: :He is accompanied by. Herr Hess and Bal dur von Schirach. Middle Left: Again the German lotie of mass display;-Officials at a big military display at" Nuremberg, which. Horr Hitler attended before his historic speech. 'Left to right: Gen eral,' Mulrh,: GoneralO von Brauchitsch, Commander-in.chief of the German Army, and Admiral Raeder, Comman dor-in-Chief of the German Navy. Behind General von. Brauchitsch. on the left " is, Attorney-General Kietol. Bottom Left: Cricketers' wives arrive-After much long-distance wrangling with the Board of Control, wives of Australian cricketers were pormittod, to join their husbands in England and hero they a...

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GOLF NOTES GOLDEN VALE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938

- GOLF NOTES GOLDEN VALE CLUB. A men's 18 holes stroke event was played on Saturday last." ollowlng are, the;detalls:-- . Stevenson (22), B63;A. Urquhart (27), 63; H. J. Laity (20), 63; P. Sullivan (18), 68; T. L. Jenkyn (26), 70; .F. 'Croucher (27), 70; A. Sullivan (22), 70; H. McKenzlo (10), 71;, A. Leahy (22), 71; J. 0G. Cannon (21), 72:;J., Harding (17), 73; O. Briggs (27), 76; G. Long (18), 77. SStevenson won io count back. .'Next Saturday, October "lt, will be closing day, when a mixed foursomen will be held for a trophy donated by Mr T. J. Symons. : There 'will. he a general afternoon ten,a'nd nil golfers are Invited to join In the competition. . GOLDEN VALE ASSOCIATES. SAn 18 hole stroke'- handicap was played on Saturday last. Details: Mrs.L. Jenkyn (24), 6,; Mrs C. 1H. Simon. (31), 6 (Mrs Jenkyn won on count back); MIss Hipkins (30), 66: 'Mrs Whitmore'(32), 66. Sr Special" event.-Mla: EU. Gaftney ;.t(36),' 67;', ss Ray (3), 70. Associates' Closing Day Golden Vale nasoclates...

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GRAND FINAL BENALLA v. TUNGAMAH. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938

GRAND FINAL BENALLA v. TUNGAMAH. The grand-final match in the Ben- alla-Tungamah Football League will be played at St. James to-morrow afternoon, when Benalla and Tunga- mah will meet again ,for the fifth time this season. In the earlier mat- ches Tungamah has been successful on each occasion, winning the first two by 3 points and 5 points. In the third match played on the narrow Tungamah ground. the locals were all at sea and were defeated rather   easily, but in the semi-final played a fortnight ago at St. James, one of the very best games seen in the district was contested, and Tungamah were rather fortunate to win'by the nar-   row margin of 3 points. Umpire   McDermott, who officiated at last Sat- urday's semi-final, will have charge of the game, and his showing in the last game was equal to anything yet seen in this league, both victors and losers being loud in their appreciation of his rulings. Benalla is rather unlucky in to-morrow's ma...

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

Watts,Turnbull & Co STOCK, LAND AND FINANCIAL, AGENTS HEAD OFFICEs BENALLA. BRANCHES.-Wangaratta, Rutherglen, Dookle, St. James, , Devenlsh, Violet Town, .Euroa, Yea and Mansfield. Stock Bales also conducted at Yarck, Btrathbogle, Ruffr. Brimin, Bonnie Doon and Longwood. AGENTS FOR : The Famous "Cooper' Dip" (Manufactured ln Aus tralila).. ,. ; . The Curator of Estates of Deceased Persons. The Commercial Union Fire Assurance Co. Ltd. London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, and Finance Company. Sub Agents for Australian Mutual Provident Society. Trucking Agents for Watts, Turnbull and Co., Melbourne. e also have a big selection of Hquses and : HOUSE AND BUILDING BLOCKS for Privato aleo, and Intending buyers should make a .point' of st elng our list. .... LOANS. ARRANGED. ,: Wei can arrange Loans over Broad Aores and ETownship SaiBecurltlesa-t :the "Lowest Current Rates of Interest. -Strictest Secrecy. WATTS, TURNBULL AND CO. 'Phone i17. :BRIDGE STREET. BENALLA Robinson ...

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LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938

LOCAL & GENERAL : CONFIRMATION SERVICE AT THOONA--Elght candidates were presented for confirmation at.St. An drew's Church of England,' Thoona, on Sunday` the ceremony being per formed by :the Bishop of WVangaratta (It. Rev. Dr. J. S,. Hart) assisted by Rev . O.' E.Tullen of St. Columb's Hall, Wangaratta. The candIdates were prepared by Rev. Nicholls, of Thoona, and Mrs N. Walker presided at the organ. A very large congrega-. tion heard, the, Blishop at the evening service,, when he took as his subject ~Woman." ' See the Loiul-Schmeling Fight Film. Talkies, Wednesday and Thursday. CORRECTION,--The supplementary immunization campaign which is" to be carried out by the. Bonalla" Shire Councll will. be held on.3rd. anjl 4th and 25th October, and 15th November. These dates correct those given in our last issue. NEW TURF WICKET TO BE OF .FICIALLY OPENED TO-MORROW. -The new, turf vicket, which was put down in the showgrounds by means "of working bees, will be officl ally opened by...

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Benalla Reach Grand Final DEFEAT YABBA-DOOKIE AT ST. JAMES LARGE CROWD WITNESS EXCITING MATCH [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938

Benalla Reach Grand Final DEFEAT. YABBA-DOOKIE AT ST. JAMES LARGE CROWD WITNESS; EXCITING MATCH A large crowd witnessed" a veary exitin match'a t. S :Jam : on. Saturday last between Benalia and Yaibb-Dookle. The gbame'. was . keenly contestod and a splendid exhibitionof footbinalb?wats '; gvenon botialides, and the result was in doubt ight up to the final bel Benalla will moo Tungamah to-morrow in the grand final on thasame'· ground, when it I exspected. that the footbalV will be of ia very high order. Each team was represented by. its best players,. and the game .was well umpired by. Umpire MeDlarmid from the Victorian League. It proved al-; most as fast as the previous game on the samd' g0ound, and many brilliant displays by Individual players' were given. .G . McLean again produced a great game and was the best man on the field whilst Hicks, V. Ryan, L. MccGrath and IM. O'Connor were also brilliant performers. The standard of football has, not been so high In this competition for...

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BEST AND FAIREST. Divided By Geoff. Peacock and Fred Wallis. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938

BEST AND FAIREST. Divided By Geoff, .Peiacock and Fred SWallie. :'' .: The? Mlcelanuo trolphy for ,the best Ialld fartll't playeCi ddirlng theo: RIeaon, whichi twas decdledt on the Brownlow s'yltom; wao divided biy 1CeoCff -Pea cock (Violet 'Towl)' and 'Fred .WalliH (All, llaek):) In ordoer that each wooild lihe rewarded ,.the '-trophy was diopllcated. . Cr." Iowdern Ipresente d" the trophies to the winners. He'o said - that un doubtedly Peacock, ivaer the champlion player orf the" cijmlpeotllon;. He had ngiilf hbeen" Helected rio the 'tobet and fires thati t day; ?hllii't the honor' for the All l(lacks haid gone to 1Wallls, 14! thankeid Mr Mecllinus for havIng don uted the' triophy. llotl ? reciplents mrinle sultable reo Iljnso., \Ir .1. lcianlnults said that lie had been pleaoted to giv, helio trophy, his object 'boling to enlcolirago clean foot hall. Illd mild that- lii iei wvould lie pleanel 1to agalri g -doinitte a similar trollhy next Heson : Cr. For'shaw pre?ident of thie Vio...

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Benalla Lawn Tennis Club RAPID GROWTH OF CLUB BIG INCREASE IN MEMBERSHIP ESTABLIS[?]MENT OF NEW COURTS SUGGESTED [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938

Benalla Lawn Tennis Club RAPID GROWTH OF CLUB BIG INCREASE IN MEMBERSHIP i'ESTABLIS'!1ENT OF NEW COURTS SUGGESTED There was a large attendance at the annual meeting of the Benalla Lawn Tennis Club, held at Gribble's Cafe on Tuesday; evening. Com-r S prernsive reports were submitted by the President, Mr L. J. Craw-, "'ford, secretar, Mr' . B. MeMor, and treasurer, Mr. L., A. Sayers, in which all pointed out the development of the club, especially during the ilast few years, and the necessity for providing= accommodation-. feor'the big waiting list of some 60 to .70 "players. ' 'A scheme is now being'formurated to acquire more land with a view to laying down further courts 'Faced with greater expenditure this seasori, it wae de-, ci lded to 'inoresse the membership. ' Thi? chair was occupied by the president, Mr L. J. Crawford,. SANNUAL 'REPOR . The seoretary, 'Mr 'S. B: Mellor sub -:.mitted his annual'report as follows: again able to present an 'iannual .report. of a very succesful y...

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

PERSONAL . Mr Fred Latch, a Benalla native, and brother of Mr D. Latch, who was appointed to the position at the' local branch of. the State Savings Bpnk re cently occupied by Mr Geo. Hall, took up duty on Tuesday last. The friends of Mr Hall will be pleased to hear that he has shown Improvement dur ing the past week. Mr R. G. Crivelli, superintendent of the North-Eastern branch of the State Electricity Commission, is at present on his annual leave. The 'engagement is announced of Elizabeth Agnes, third daughter of Mr R. C;. Payne,,and, the ' late' Mrs. Payne, to John James, eldest son of Mr and Mrs J. G. Grifflths, Summer hill, Bonalla.' George Moore, late of Molyullah., leftL£1084 realty and £3517. personalty gross tohle children, subject .to a gift of 12 'acres of land on the 'north 'of Ryan's Creek` to ' Annie 'Elizabeth' Rogash." Deep sympathy Is' felt fori.Mrai nd. Mrs Robert- Renkin' of Barjarg,. in the death of their" ten-days' old son,' lan James,= which. occurred ?at .the,...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 30 September 1938

IN MEMORIAM. MRS. M. A. CONNOLLY and Family wish to Thank all relatives and friends for telegrams, letters, cards, floral tributes, visits and personal expressions of sympathy in their sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as an expression of sincerest   gratitude.

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SWANPOOL HERD TESTING ASSOCIATION REPORT FOR SEPTEMBER. Leading Herds. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 7 October 1938

SWANPOOL HERD TEST ING ASSOCIATION REPORT FOR SEPTEMBER. Leading Hords. II. 1I, l Vllace .. 12 34. 4.77 2.10 S. J. Evans .. .. 8 31.,40 5.13 1.93 C. Murray . 16 32.30 4.65 1.87 . D InlopI .. .. .. 33 31.50 4.60 1.511 A. 1. Heaney .... 17 30.20 4.6G 1.59 P. C, l'r. wlin .. .. 17 30.60 4.77 1.55 11. WVarnock .... 23 28.l0 4.75 1.68 A. Jamesn .. .. 18 37.50 4.81 1.57 1.T. Mack .... .... 17 27 4.33 1,48 J, Ilcywoodll .... i0 28 4.78 1.47 Boest Mature Cows. J. Hnywuood's V'anity ..43 6.5 2.58 i . Maurray's Itomany .. 48.65 4.8 2.33 S. lEvans'n Daphne .... 38.5 (.0 2.31 G-. Dunlop's IeOauty ., 47.6 4.5 2.14 ,H. vanI' Polix .. .. 47.5 4.4 2.00 1". Lewis, ' NoS a .. ... .. 45.Ii 4.5 2.05 (;. DInlop)'s Daisy 2rid 12.5 I4.8 2.04 A. ,ImlntH' Nigelr .. 37 5.4 2.00 Best Three Year Olds. fG. Dnnlopl H 8Myr'L 2nd 44 4.8 2.l11 II. I'aynre'H Pany . .. 34.5 5.5 1.90 (1. I)lllllnop's (entle .. 4R 3.0 1.87 G. Dunlop's Birindlo .. 47.5 3.0 1.71 C'. lturray'R Noreen .. 35.5 4.6 1.68 .1. Ihlywood's Smut ....

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GOVERNMENT ADVICE "YES" MEANS GENERAL PROHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 7 October 1938

-GOVERNMENT ADVICE ??YES" MEANS ENERAL PRO: HIBITION. By J 3. 'Liston. The :uestlon whether Prohibition I, the issue to ho'e decided at the Poll'on October '8 has been , definitely answered by the very clear statement issued by the Choief Secretary (Mr Bailey) on behalf of the Govertment. Mr Bailey: said that' the Govern ment considered it" desirable to. re move any confusion which might arise In the minds of the public by setting out,- in as ,impartial a way as possible, a brief: explanation of the existing law In relation to the poll. To enahble this to bae done the Chief Secretary submitted a list of: ques tions to the Chairman of the Licen sing Court (Mr Dixon Hoarder). These= questions and the answers given by Mr Hoarder show positively that in attempting to deny ;that a "Yes" vote will he a vote for Pro hilition the 'nbolitionlsts are adopting the policy of misrepresentation: which has been their chief weapon through out the campaign. The first question asked by Mr lnalley was...

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Field Day at Samaria [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 7 October 1938

Field Day at Samaria TfII" Swanpool HIIerd TeHting Anno clitation having hnld lurther cor resopondence with MleHnr - Yilll and Alexan'dor, it hIn uow been finally deaidled that hoe Figid Day to be heol on the property'of lAr Ceo. Cllnnlvain, of Samnarla, will beehold on'Thuirndy. Oetober:'27th;, It- ylll -conelit' of In afternonn meeting 'only,'- and will conlrllono at 1.0.10 p.m. lnoLt writer anll milk will bo provided, lnd the committeo hope to, noo iolargo crowl present to takin-advantageo o tho in lorontong nld Inotructivo Informatiotl vhlch `th - aboveo peaker, will. Rlve

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 7 October 1938

A Smart Ensemble

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