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ST. JOSEPH'S TENNIS CLUB OPENING ON SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 7 October 1938

: . J OSEPH'S TENNIS CLUB OPENING ON SUNDAY NEXT. iArrangements have oeen. made for the opening of .tho enasons of St. os oph's Tenni :Club on'. Sunday next. An Amerlcan. mixed, doubles tourna ; mntwill hebo. held, " commencing at. 1 p.m. Entry will, bo 1/ per' racquet. An enjoyable time. is asnured ill who attend. The ladles will provide after noon tea,-' ORANGE. TREE THORN CAUSES DEATH.-Hr leg pielorced a week ago by i' thorn 'from, an oraingo tree, ?Vndy ?Taggart,- aged two years and soeen months, daughter of MIr and '?irs' T Taggart, 'of MlIdura, has died from tetanu ::

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 7 October 1938

Public Notice HAVING" .SOLD- MY. GARAGE BUSINESS,:I WOU"LD LIKE TO TAKE THIS OPPORTUNiTY OF THANKING MY CLIENTS FOR i: PATRONAGE IN THE' PAST, AND NHOPE THAT'ECONTINUED SUP PORT WILL BE ACCORDED " MY SUCCESSORS, MESSRS .McPHER-. SON AND SMITH. rSYDI. _YDE, Sydford Motors :IrBridge Street, Benalla. PHONE 279 asd deinethe extremely high waist. The full skirt is made in aid define. tihe extremely high waist. The full skirt Is made in gores, each seam outlined with rhinestones. Bernard Newman, aot stylist, desine4 this gown for Ginger Rogers, star of RRO TH CLEAR-CUT ISSUE ON OCTOER 8 As an elector you must choose simply between the abolition or the continuance of the. ': iexisting 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 f...

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BROADCAST RECEIVERS IN SCHOOLS MODERN INVENTIONS THAT MAKE SCHOOL LIFE MORE FRUITFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 7 October 1938

BROADCAST RECEIVERS IN SCHOOLS' • . : MODERN INVENTIONS THAT MAKE SCHOOL LIFE MORE. FRUITFUL. SOME of the modern scientific in - ventions that are making our lives more Interesting, more complex, and' yet easier, are finding their way into the schools and the education of our children is one sphere in which advantage should be taken of them. Duo 'to' the generosity of the par ents concerned, wireless receiving sets have been In use In many schools for years, and great benefit has been derived from them. Broadcast les sons to primary schools are given every day and cover a wide range of subjects, particularly those in which the service of a specialist Is most needed and most useful. :The use of wireless lessons does not lessen the work of the individual teacher concerned (rather does it in crease it) but it makes his work more effective for several reasons. The broadcast lessons are given by teachers chosen by the . Australian Broadcasting . Commission because they are experts In the...

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AUSTRALIA'S POPULATION TOTAL NOW 6,881,843. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 7 October 1938

AUSTRALIA'S POPULA TION .TOTAL NOW 6,881.843. AUSTRALIA'S population increased -'by :15,258 I'. the first quarter of this yeair,. against. a corresponding In crease in. the first quarter of 1937 of 12,0959. The' estimated population of Aus tralia on March 31 was 6,881,843. This information ' is contained in the quarterly ' summary of-" ;Australian statistics. Issued i by the '. Common wealth statlsticlan, ". The natural Increase in the first qu-arter of this year was 14,918, while the galn'froin overseas migration was 340, against'a loss ofl 17996 by mlgra tion, between January :'and March,' 1937: The estimated figures of mineral production 'for 1937 give the following values 'for' the principal minerals: Gold,' £11,984,000; . ,"silver. and lead, £5,620,000; :copper, .£1 163,000; tin £864,000; and 'coal, £7,600,000. The publlc debt of .the Common wealth and' Statos on June 30 was £1,276,025,763,"' equal: to £184/10/2 a head, and carrying, a :total interest bill of £45,600,000. The ....

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GOLF NOTES GOLDEN VALE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 7 October 1938

GOLF NOTES G" OLDEN ,VALE CLUB. i` Mflxed foursomes was the event .held .by the Golden Vale Club at its closing ilay; on :Saturday last: -.:ol loivng mre the results (12 holes): 'T.V. Covanri and Miss Herd (16 3/4). '43'.1/3: Ai' Sullivan :and Mrs Simon (17), 45:1 M. Leahy. and.Mrsa:Sutton (17, 2/3), 451 1/31 J. ..White and Mrs Drew.(1D), 4(; D.. E?.Malone and Mrs Malone' (15),: 47: G Long ,and ,Mrs Long -(16 1/3), .47 2/3; H. McKenzle and Miss' Gaffney. (181/3), 47. 2/3; lR. Stevenson and Mrs Gurin (12.2/3), 49`1/3:; G..V. 'Cowan 'and -;?Mrs E. Stephens (0' 2/3), 49 1/3;.T. 1Thorn burn hnd Mrs. Thornburn (21), 50. ' At the conclusion. of the competition Mr A.; Sullivan,- the .president, after handing- tlte ' trophies to .'the winners, made-: a presentation to' Mirs IIarnetty in-trecognition .'of .her continued great interest - in th ' club ,-throughout , the season. Mirs .Harnetty was, taken by surprise and.-feelingly. responded.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 7 October 1938

WHAT YOU MUST DETERMINE on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8th: NNO MIDDLE COURSE IS POSSIBLEL A reluctant "No" Vote--whether you desire it:to doisoor not-carries a.100 per .,::cent.. endorsement of the Liquor ,Trade and it: present unheralded results ! Let Us Consider.... : What a "Yes"-and a "No" Vote--respectively mean : S"YES" VOTE A "NO" VOTE 'YE registers the only effective protest of which Parliament "NO" gives 100% endorsement to existing Liquor Trade S . will take notice, against the proven evils of the Liquor : activities, and the?;social' evils arising therefrom. Not ; Trade. your'secret misgivings, hut only your Vote 'counts. T ra e . oy urn th e rd oo... . . . . y ur . .. .e R e fo r ms " N O " n a ils: th a t d o o r s h lit fo r a t le a st e ig h t y e a rs - m a y b e .s : .."YESkeeps open the door to.LiquorTrdeReforms ,- longer. . "YES" makes 6p.m. closing of Liquor Bars safe. "NO" may open Bars till 10 p.m., together with late-hour, :' semi-secret Drinking'Lounges !: S "YES" wi...

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CARD AFTERNOON AT CONVENT [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 7 October 1938

CARD AFTERNOON AT CONVENT AN enJoyable card afternoon was held at the Convent I.C.J. 13en nlla, on Tuesday afternoon last, those responsible for Its success Ibeing ,rs P. O'Donnell, Mrs Bert Arnott and hllss MA. Day. Prizes for hbridge were .won by Mrs Bert Arnott and Mrs Stevenson; whilst Miss M. Day and Mlrs lammond won the euchre prizos. The dorn prize went to Mrs Sid Little. Prizesofor the,' function were very kindly donated - by Ioev. Vather O'Reilly, AMrs Sutton, Mr 'f. Doherty seanr., AMrJim ]alley, whilst It special door prioe' was donated by Air 1. A. Cook tI.L.A.' A tanty afternoon tea was served. Among those present were M1es dlles Me . Gunn, Carthew, C. Perrin, Stevenson, Rt. Brunton, A. C. Crieh ton, JI: Arnott, lt. Lindsay, M. (Ore hau,. M. Arnott,. Richardson, Steel, L. D. F'awctner, A. Trelfoll, J. -lair, H. S4ymons, A. Gregorson, V. N. Davies, Mal. Ryan, McNellly, A H1. Linahury, C. Cogger, II. V. -lHarcourt, -MB. Leahy, J. Cl. Cinnon, Orayson, RIllly, liold, Rickar...

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BENALLA SHOW INDUSTRIAL ENTRIES CLOSE TO-DAY. GENERAL ENTRIES NEXT WEDNESDAY, 12th OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 7 October 1938

BENALLA SHOW INDUSTRIAL' ENTRIES CLOSE TO-DAY., GENERAL ENTRIES NEXT WED. NESDAY, 12th OCTOBER. Arrangements for the Benalla Show to be hold on Friday and Saturday, 21st and 22nd October, are nearing completion, and every thing points to this year's show being an ovent greater success than over before. There shoulnd b i a record entry; Entries are coming in Hplendldly,r and although'general entries do not close until next \Wednesday, 12th October, the Judges and stowardls aret expected to have a strenuousl time In carrying out their duties. Intending exhlbl tnrn are reminded that there only re main another few days to complete their entries, and they are askedld to io no at once and not leave It until the last moment. The show will ho omeflaly oponed at 2 p.m. on Saturday, 22nd October, by Histo Excelloncy, .Lord IHuntinglleld, K.C.C,M.O., Governor of Victoria. Many entertainments have been ar ranged, they., being, Agricultural Ball in the Shire hlall on Friday night, 21st October: ...

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SHOW BOOTHS REALISE HIGH PRICES [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 7 October 1938

SHOW BOOTHS REALISE HIGH PRICES Booths in connection with the Bonalla - Show were sold by Massrs Bourko and Thewlis yes terday afternoon, when the fol lowing high prices wore realised: -Publican's booth, Mr J. J. Malone, Benalla Hotel, £80/10/; fruit, lollies,.aoft drinks and save toys, Mr J. Smith, Bacchus Marsh, £32.

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ALL BLACKS HOLD ANNUAL DINNER PRESENTATION OF TROPHIES WON DURING SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 7 October 1938

AL BLACKS. HOLD ANNUAL , DINNER PRESENTATION OF TROPHIES WON DURING' SEASON.' Between 40 and 50 playing members and supporters of All Blacks Football , Club attended their' annual dinner' at the Farm. aer' Arms• Hote' on Wednesday evening last, when trophies won during the ,season were presented to the successful players.. The president, Mr P. Turnor, presided. After the tonat of The' ling had t been honored. Afr Tlrnor , proposed the tonst of the All Blacks players. Tn doing no, he expressed pleasure at the wonderful club spirit which hnd pro. I vailed amongst pllayere during the I s?asonii Te spolke highly of his enon. elationo with the clllh over tle last, n five yearn, during which time he hna been presldent for thie pasti three yeaors. Tie referred to the great net of. sportsmanhlip orf two playero--Les Trollin andl Stin Beard-in standing down to allow other players to he In cluded in the 'final. Responses were mndo ily MessrsI Tonim Wters (raptain) and Tree. N'nllIe (vlce-renn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 7 October 1938

ST. JAMES TOWN WATER SUPPLY BASIN LADIES HAIR IS THE STRONGEST LINK IN ' " BEAUTY'S CHAIN' HAVE YOUR PERMANENT WAVE AT "SAYE[II" SALON I I PROHIBITION 164: 1.lerd L6 b ISTQN .nd BRIGADIGR GENERAL J. C. STEWART, A,, St. ., O. -" Te 5oI. Cr1 ir W e' y Ai c 6I SATURDAY &.MONDAY FUNNIER THAN "THE AWFUL TRUTH" CARY GRANT, CHARLIE RUGGLES KATH HEPBURN in "BRINGING UP BABY" ALSO THE THRILLING AIR PICTURE x "FLIGHT FROM GLORY" SHORT AND NEWS (x Donotes Not Suitable for General Exhibition, others General Exhibition). I s i, 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 BLECT-RIC GOOD LIGHT FARM MACHINERY' PLANTS. AND WAGSTAFF. ENGINES ALWAYS ON HAND STOCK OXY WELDING AND DRENCH. REPAIRS I + MORE MILES BETWEEN BUARTS IN the hottest and Icoldest weather . . over all kinds and con. ditions of roads, truck owners Iha...

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THE GOVERNOR'S VISIT ARRANGEMENTS COMPLETE. MEMBERS OF PUBLIC TO BE PRESENTED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 7 October 1938

I THE GOVERNOR'S VISIT ARRANGEMENTS :COMPLETE. MEMBERS OF PUBLIC TO BE SPRESENTED. V • , ý, 11,egg , . SFnalrrngement have now :been coirgrnted for 'the, visit of His, Excellency, thiel Governor of ._Victoria. (Lord Huntingfield), and : Lady Huntingfield .to Benalla on Saturday??:22nd :October next. Arriving lby train ori-Friday night they will not leave until Sunday morning. On. thelr ??rlval on Frldiy nlight they 'will? be mot at the railway sta tion by the Shire President (Cr. ,W. MacGregor) ' and shire secretary (Mr R. J.' .urray). HIs "Excellency will Sthen vilsit the Masonic Temple and meet members of the Lodge, while Ltuly IIuntingfleld will proceed to the Memorial Hall, where she will be re celvoed Iby: Mrs T'. V. Cowan (actlng with the Shire President). Mrs Mur ray and members of the Country Women's Asnoolatlon, Younger Set, Red Croen Society, Women's Auxili ary, and other women's organlsatlons, who will be presented. At 9.30, His Excellency and Lady Huntlngfleld 'will atte...

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OBITUARY MR. FRANCIS ROBERT WOODWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 7 October 1938

nOBITUARY MR FRANCIS ROBERT WOOD ' ;· :WARD., i: THE death occurred at hls residence i nBarkly; Street;-' on ThursdaY ovet?ing of+ last, weekiofrIMr Francis Robert rWoodward;; at ".ther ago of 619 years;. Decnaed, :who 'was ra son of the Into, Mr and Mri.- Woodward, of Benaltta; as born :at Colac, and came to Benallaiwith;l his parents more than thirty yearsi- ago: IHe was a bachelor and lived : with his sister, Miss. Charlotte.,: W?oodward. Othqr brotherse and slsters are Edith (Mrs J. Standlish,' Dandenong); EIIza: Grace '(Mrs W.. Standish, deceased), Joseph 2(Melbourne) and David Thomas (de ceased). The' remains woere interred In. the Benalla cemetery on Saturday nlst. Rev. C. M. Kennedy read the burial service. The comn bearers were Measrs J. Pearson, V.. Penrson, T. J. Wallace, J. Ellls, R. Currieo, J H-air and A. Anderson. The funeral arrangements were carried out by. Mr E. A. Abbott. MRS MARTHA B.. KEIR. The death took place in hrspital In Melbourne on Thursday night of last ...

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DRUNK IN CHARGE OF A CAR YOUNG MAN FINED £5. POLICE FIND £85 IN HIS SHOE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 7 October 1938

DRUNK IN CHARGE' OF A CAR .YOUNG MAN FINED £5:. POLICE FIND £85 IN.HIS SHOE. AT the l3onal am court yeserday, be fore' Messrs . ',' Sepoll and l; 0 Na?on J'sP., 'Allen Kitehen, a stian ger to the town wns chaitrged with being drunLk in charge of a car on the flume Highway. near violet Towvn on Wednesday last. Hoe pleaded guilty Sergeant .McMillan prosecuted.' Lvldence was given by r 'Detective Millar, that he arrested accused near Violet Town, nnd he'was drlnlk. On searching him at the , police station they found £80 iln notes concealed, in his: shoo. -:He was fined. £5 In default one month's Imprisonment. iALLEGED LARCENY -OF £146..1 ?..Later in the day actcoused vwas, ar rested 'andL chargod. with..stealing £1480? thie ppifoprty of, George' Stanley Kitl choen; ofa South' Melbourne. ;'Hoe was remanaded' to, appear it A'the Siouth

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YOUTH EMPLOYMENT [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 7 October 1938

YOUTH EMPLOYMENT SODMI months ago, the State Gov eonmont appointed a Youth Em ployOmnt Committee to devise It pro* granltne for the vocaLtional rohablllta lion of youths: who lost opportunities for normal employment on Iecount of ihe tdepressonn period. eOveral thounands of these young men have already sought nsRletanllC anl a large number of qunlified ap plicants are at present undergoing training. Any young men who were adversely nlfected by the depression, who have not yet enrolled and are desirous of anslstance, are requested to apply to the eecretary, Youth Employment Committee, 527 Collins Street, Moel mourne C,., for an enrolment form. -Immedlatea'application is necessary as tills offer is Vnly open for nt vary-: limited' porlod.

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NEW TURF WICKET OFFICIAL OPENING BY SHIRE PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 7 October 1938

'NEW :TURF WICKET OFFICIAL OPENING BY SHIRE : ' PRESIDENT.: The official opening of the new turf wwlket'.in "the *Benalla show ;'`grounds. took place on ?Saturday afternoon last, in, the presence of : ra large., number 'of ',.cricket en Cr. W. MacGregor, the shire proel dont, :was. Introduced by. Mr S. MIllar. In doolarlng~the' now wicket officially open"for~play,'. Cr. "MacGregor con gratulated the Bonalla Crleket .Assoc atInon eothe' progresive ,' splrit die played :by putting down ,two addi tional turf :wickets.; .Ho said that he had been:=ery: pleased to 'support the schemeo both In ;tho Shire Colinell and the Agricultural' Soclety. He hoped that thoy 'would prove a'.boon to cricket In Benalla The successo of the now' wIckets was toasted; after which Cr. MacGregor bowled the first ball.' Workers:who 'had aseisted In mak Ing the new wlicket.then engaged In a match under the, ,captaincy of Alt Urbahns a-':nd Bob ' Runipif. The' match resulted ln' a win for Rumpff's team. Results U...

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WEDDINGS DOCKING—REES. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 7 October 1938

WEDDINGS DOCKING-REES. THE BoInalla; Methodltt Church was the setting for a 'very pretty wesdding'.on-- Saturday: last, when -Milsn Dorothy Ledger Reen became the wife of Ar' Francisr Wesley' Dock lng.' The bhrdo Is the younger daughi ter of Mr and'Mr 'John -Rees of Cecil Street,. Benalla,.? and the bridegroom Is the son of Mr and Mrs 0. D. Dock Ing, "of Hartwell. - The bride, who was given away' by her -, father; made a 'charming picture In a frock of mag nolli satin and lace." She wore a family -brooch loaned by her grand mother, and:carried a houquet of Lily of the Valley-and gardenlas. She was attended by Mine Ethel Docking, sin ter of the bridegroom, and Miss Freda Martin of Devenish. Each maldtwas frocked allike lin cyclamon chiffon over satin, and carried bouquetso tone: Mr" Lea.' Henry, of Melbouorne. ncted ns' best: man, and Mr Alan Dockiing, brother' of the groom, .wans grooms man. The ceremony was performed by RIov.-L. ,. Wilkinson. During the signing of the register a so...

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"BRINGING UP BABY" BENALLA TALKIES. SATURDAY AND MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 7 October 1938

"BRINGING UP BABY" BENALLA' TALKIES. SATURDAYAND MONDAY. A NEW style of screen courtship Is previowed in I?KO Radlo's "Bringing Up" Baby." Katharlin'- Hepburn; and , -Cary r:Oint, principalsn in the ..novel love aEair at n do en' uriew precondents, though for the rivernge couple most of these re' not recommeaned. The romantic Inlttilvo Is taken by 'Miss Hepburn, and the unsuccessful fleeing by Grant. 'JThe methods lllcn Hepburn used to.-bag her quarry are singularly unique. cHer first trick consists of enlisting Grant's aid to transport a leopard from New York to Connecticut. Later she employs ia dog to hold Grant's attention while she hides his clothes to prevent his return to tllh city to carry out lis original plan of marrying Virginit Walker, his secretary. Each time Grant seems on the polint of cecaping Miss H-lepburn conceives a new scheme to hold him, and, before the picture reaches Its happy concluslon tlih two have landed in gaol, stolen an automolilel, stoned an innocent m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 7 October 1938

RO TO IREGRAS S --!·[y1!--.. Sc%. ___ z:F>~ 1~ P R H B T O _ __ / :z 111 'ssi .4: 2 '1 ITTQ 5QM:OVT NO · '' ý4ý ý ~ .'' ý `"ý 4 rrý // r / /l `.,'.1 ý.., '1 cý-{;" ý~lýS }. `c~I - ý/ ý ý ý ml' I; ; _` :; _ ` ý ' ý ý 1,11110110 - N " ý ýýý w ý ý l' __ Y, rýý+'ýC",ýl/GrJý.' a ý ý"+ I a:l? W - " IPUTY UR· l·hI BOMM F ·· -i-RE';"OT NO -" --"N~..t, SONW.: pt"IV lIC %t.t ".N.bnr .twC 1-,CI Austin Prices are Down Reductions from £45 AUSTIN IS HAVING A RECORD YEAR. THE FIRST SIX MONTHS OF' 1938 HAVE SET AN ALL-TIME WORLD. SALES PEAK. THE RESULT IS THAT WITHOUT LOWERING QUALITY- IN, ANN' WAY, PRODUCTION COSTS HAVE 'COME DOWN. THE SAVINGS are passed on to you. 'Prioos have BEEN REDUCED. EASY TERMS FROM £50. DEPOSIT AND 30/- WEEKLY. HERE ARE SOME: OF 'THE MODELS THE "SIXTEEN" SALOON FROM £322. THE "TEN" SALOON FROM £269. THE "EIGHT" DUAL PURPOSE ROADSTER, £229. THE FAMOUS AUSTIN "SEVEN" SALOON FROM £199 You Buy-: a Car But You INVST- in, an Austin AUSTIN HAS ALWAYS BEEN FAMOUS' FOR' PENNY A...

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STATE ELECTRICITY COMMISSION £53,829 PROFIT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 7 October 1938

STATE ELECTRICITY COMMISSION .£53,829 PROFI'T. For the ast financial year. a. prolLt of £53,820 on all its -ioperations was shown by the ;State" Electricity Cnom milalbn. -.The profit fort the.oprevious year was' £38,001. .' • E xtensive works by the ,Commis slon in several parts of the State are heing plannted.to cope with the grow ing demand.for electricity. According. to a,progress report just Issued, plans for a 15; year. development. scheme have been - completed. The first few miles of the total ,road length- of I 2 miles through rugged mountainous country:from' Tawonga; toe the llogong Hligh :Plains would be comlpleted In Novemher. The work 'which was be ing carried.,out for: the Commission by,the Country floads Board, included a .bridge over the West Kiewa River built on pile piers, with steel beams, to carry tip.to 35 tons. ;Another four. miles , of roadway would be made to the site of the Junction dam of ..1,000 acre feet, where, .withi tabout 4,000 feet' of tun nolllng wou...

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