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OPENING OF NEW V.R.I. CROQUET LAWNS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938
OPENING OF NEW V.R.L SCROQUET LAWNS; -IHE oflit:lal openfittg of thoe :no Victorliin Itallyay .Institute. crdo ijui6t i'ani toos.s pladlne. on :Tuesday afterndo':l. Th6-weatfet- wns all that could. be dt'0ir ii4 L'.Vrlcqiappy, afternoon was tasaidi"foi: ?lt 1present. :The 'Croquet Cluli.? wrani foclmedn 1021-r30, and, Mrs Senior' ivas the.first preseident.; Only ;; twi&.d 4indrtti oi' 'members are among the present ireni bers of the club,'namely, 'Mrs Duttloe and :;lr Taylor. Each year transfors die` depleting the club' mrnembershit. The novw. lawn wuas coifiienced tivo years prevloubly, about £80 hbeig ?xe ionded on theo lawn. "Therene sp debit of :I£l : atthe present 'time." The' clubh intend` to build a club hoiso and im irove' thie iurroundings.' The --new lawn lste was: for many years: the V.1.I.L tennis'. codrt; which cilub' find Ing It necessary to erect more, courts, have moved fulther.along In front of the 'railway workshops. The lroqiuet Club; appreciate tliJ uassl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938
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CARD EVENING AT "AUSTRAL HOUSE" FOR BENALLA HOSPITAL AUXILIARY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938
CARD EVENING AT ."AUSTRAL HOUSE"' FOR BENALLA HOSPITAL= AUXILIARY. A? very Ilousant evening was spent on iWednIesduy : night, .when : lr Pearson, of "Alustral House" "made aviailali'le her :large dlning room for a card evening to augment the funds of the ;Auxllary attached: to lthe 13usth Nursing .Hospital. Bridge and etuchro wereo played ,and at eleven 'a clock' a very 'nicesupper . rovided i by, the 'Auxiliary was served. :, SAfterIsui)pDe the winners: were' an lounced, by M" J .S. Stevenrsh;on, and the prices wereo prese'nted by Mrs Williams (president of the AuxilllHry); is - follow:=-Ladies' .bridge (tcrystal .vasedonated, Iy ' i-inrleoi's)',' MIn: Stolbl , GOet's brldge (cigarettes; :ilon ated Iby M;rs illiams), 'Mr Stcvenson. Iadles' ouchrod' (fruit set,I:donated 'hy 'Coles),Mi. ::Varcoo. :Gent'i ? echre (bra'cs;:o donated b'y. ' Rudln'sH,: and haldkerthlodfs 'donated by' Mrsa 'WIt alianms), Ir Batitonea. Door :-"pri'r, (bowl;i donated: by Nicholls iHd BSull v'an and powder. ...
ARTS AND CRAFTS SCHOOL ERECTION OF BUILDING INDEFINITE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938
ARTS AND CRAFTS SCHOOL ERECTION OF BUILDING INDEFINITE. A'r Monday's mooting of tho tiennlla Shire Council, Cr. P.. A. Cook M.L.A., Informed , councillors that, with Cr. T. lHanion, he hod Inter viewed tile eeretary of the I?ducatlon Department, to nacertain when work wnuld be commenced on the Arts tnl Crafts school at Benallba. They had been Informed that a conference had yet to ho held between the Min inter and the Director to settle some (lotalln relative to tho.proposal. The work had been approved, but It was not likely that much would be done before the end of the financial year in June next. The Council dealt with one tender, the.only one received for the putr :hase and removal of the two build ings on the s?to of the proposoed nchool, but as the price was too low, It Wis decidcit to pail for frTsh ton i9prn
BENALLA WATERWORKS TRUST [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938
BENALLA WATERWORKS I TRUST 'SAt yesterday's meetlnd 6o -it ipWaterworks Truq?, held yester '.1,'day, the important question; df, ;'?advancing the. Ryan's Creek Ischeme was discussed when it was' decided to get-in touch: with-alr?' truts -.interested with a view` to . a diting on the Government for lr rfinancial assistance, :' ' l1awckner suggested that they fgoagi a 'n deputatioi to thle Govern Smnt thls ..month. - It vwas euggnste?l tt the 6 oinference of .Trusts. that' a eorier of ,well's be built and -he did. not knowwhethr It would " be: a good -prolosltion tod'bulld a weir~ ' atEmu Bridge, as-':t io .Trusts :furthier down theo-'vrir' would benefit. Th e presldent said that if they adoilted the . yan's Creek:' - scheme they would not need the weir.' :Th?e engineer pointed out . that. if they obtain the support of the Trusts, and. they wish 'to go on that would not snolve their " dimculty. They would have to have a number of weira' The. whole of the river would halve to 'be locle...
POLE PRESERVATION EXPERIMENTS AT BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938
POLE PRESERVATION EXPERIMENTS AT BENALLA. I41-ANNLAl tIEt w:ie tllakd l 4Ist 4wee0 t I 44 th.euncii (0 Slcintlifi Ilndlo IhInLutrlnl IHearcih poll lest ult ion04' lano44ilh0. T'le lO)JeIt of 1h1sL0 1t4t1 I4 to nlloenrltlin 14 th4 most CIIi cl:lou1 4l4d eoillonallcnl ll methlllloo o4 Il44 pr r(,'v4 ltion. Thie aluthr4llllet, vilnily c4444,.er4ne, I.e., h14 4.4.11.. 1De l4l44tlm4t' , till! .E.](.C. nldl Vicotlrilln Itallivwayn hIavi Io-o.pIerI'toled in 0tlll) IIHhlmig 44lld IitiLLLlllnlllng tlll L'X44erl Ilulont, li'0l4leticllly treatoment In givenl to it44 4I4l40 S4t44H0, Illnillnl) witl tie olbject If ll'4evell0t4 l tile lttllacks of tol ntlllirt1 (tlllt llan41 ), bu4t 4l4404 to 4 l trlotoi aigaInHI ftlnglllnld RIwtheLlln wtlllci Iil'lng 44h4!4u4t 444441t 4llecLy in tli1e40' IthIro. T'o m0l44e contlllltll4 . 4i44 i40UrOls Il4 pu44 4l le,1 . l.lllitt 4e4ta1Il hllva been 4404 ll4 4lS pill4l44ed t4 t, tlloent nIto 44tl4l 00cour-0 ,ngel 4 ii tIle ti 'll'k of ltOLtilItr ici on Ily 4440o4...
ELECTORAL OFFICE TO BE TRANSFERRED TO WANGARATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938
ELECTORAL OFFICE TO BE TRANSFERRED TO WANGARATTA. THE-IN It wos announced several eekol ago thati the electoral nllice rort the F'edleral Llvislon of Intld was to he transfelrred to Vitngalrtlatt, a protest waH lodged Iby the litoeech wortht Shire Cotnnell, ntlld Aii J. Mlcitwen, mnember of the IIlouse of ltepresenttatttve for Indl, \waH ntlltedt Stoue hli Influence In having the Illlce retained aIt Ieecehworth. alow vct', onil Mondly, the shire secretllry (?'r Cl. 'T'homplon) received a letter •rm mAr Alelwen statlng that the de telson towas arrive'd at iafter It consIlder tlotn'.only of the cenltre wilich wouldtil inablu the district returning olllfficer tnd lhs :staff to dishatttrgo theiCr tdutes lith the gretateat degree " of ellicl. ncey..
GRANTS FOR ROADS SHIRE WORKS TO BE CARRIED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938
GRANTS FOR ROADS SHIRE WORKS TO BE CARRIED. OUT.: IA'I: ondytll's .IeLtiO o(f tIe L3ena.ll Shire Council, it wets decided to accept alllcations l mdo by the Coun try Iloods Ulnrd for works within the shire, totlltling £1, 1,800. Riding councillors will decidlo how the Coun cll'n share of £41)00 for the , works would e prllovlidedtl. 'ile allotmenlt of thIe funds is a-. follows:-Sydney Hold, widening Ibrilo over Broken Rtiver, grunt £6000. Coluncil to expend extra £2000. KIll flrl ItolIl, lforming lind gravelling, grant £71i50, Coulcil £f111. Coomallbee brdllgeo, COnstr'tlon of bridge 'over lBroken River, grntll £1800, Council £1000. iBnallai.Yarrowongn Road, for nIng and gravlling, gral'nt £2600, Colnll £000. . 1lonalla-TocumWal Illtnd;,; frming ll and gravelllng,? grant £2000, Council "£0O0. Glenrowan Ilowcyan tondt, forming and gravelling, grant £750, Council £250. . GOOMALIBEE BRIDGE. Rlefelri'g to the foomnllbheo bridge, Cr. I. A. Cook, AI.f1.A.; sold thatihe Ihlloght, the grant...
CRICKET NOTES DRAW FOR TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938
CRICKET NOTES DRAW' FOR TO-MORROW. SBenalla' V. Goorambat:: Vtiolt Town v. Methodists. . Baddaginnliev. -Diggers. F ootballere . Devenish., Beriiae w??est v., Ralhvays.: " .G0oomllbeeJ v. Friendly Societies. Stlewarton 'v. Doolleo College. f?ootballers v. Dovenlsh game wil be plityedl on 'the lethodlst'sl . wlcko neir 'the racecourse, as the new, tur wlokeot` at' the Friendly- Societies' Re. serve Is not Yet available. : - .; Friendly. Societies' Team. The team to represent, the Friendli Stoclotieodsoi Saturday ls as follows: K. .loran, urlnlpff, loberthst Brown. Ing, W.: Smith,-L: Lawther, R. Good oman, KA.. Thewlis, , J. Crocktord, A. Rusell, :I. Hocknell, with" R. Crox:
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938
PERSONAL .At tIo invitation of the Benalla Court of' the Methodist Order of Knights, Mr John McEwen, Minister for the Interior, will be the speaker at' a' Pledsant Sunday Afternoon,to .be' iheld 'I th6 Methodist Church, Bcnalla, on.Sunday ifternoon, November 27th. - 'Mr' and Mnrs David Pittendrlgh, of' "'VerrI Park," Benalla, are' receiving; congratulatlons on the birth.of a0 on. 'r 'iand Mris * Norman t. Jones, of. Swanpool 'have returned irom a: trip abroad. :.i ' The Union Trustee Co;. 1td and Mrs,:A. 'A.'.Corinolly 'are '1applylng through e fers i:r.Hamllton Clarke, Clarkoe and?'?cNicol, 'of Benalla, for probhito* of' the will' of Patrick n Con nolly, late of Benalla;.; farmier"who died on September 1; leaving real es- tate valued at. £7107.. and: porsonal estate' amounting " to £:- 2711 to his 'widow. and children. ,Mr. and MArs Ronn. C .Wright of Goorambat,; are receiving congratula tlons on thes birth of a son. ' ,: i Mr 0ý.'Fisher,. of the staff' of?theo. local post oflice, ...
ENGINEER'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938
ENGINEER'S REPORT tE Shire flngineer ° (Mltr IL D. 'Fawckner)' reported at Monday's mleeting of the' Council na follows, It being received except where'othoerwioe specifled:- - Devonisl :I Riding.: Devenolsho ooramnlat Road, - llo conditioning of the - section :of thil road north from Goorambitat tow'nsllp, lan been completed, but in'. the ab 'once of suitable wetllor conditions, the consolldation obtained sn far't i poor.; Thoe culvert. on. the side road near.'the school, and thli .short. ection of roatd a'ePoldtmann's have also boon attended to,. and Contractor Baird ?is now re-conditioning the section of the main road near Martin's.': ilenalla-Yarrawonga ' Road,? joint with AMohdun Rllding.-- Worklc on this road are now completed except. for mino detalinls. The ' surface of. the noew roadway i's not yet satisfactory, but thin will be easily remedled-when ultlableo weather conditions' obtain. olokocn Riding. Farnloy Road.-Thlio, constructed sections of this road have bIeen dres se...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938
FOR BETTER BABY WEAR tI umuurnlnallunmI1njjlwuImrnr1mutunu wlwiuWIjr Wednesday & Thursday The Biggest Revue ever brought to the Screen, with 60 Stars, Songs, Dances, Acts, Comedy, heated by STAN HOLLOWAY, of "Albert and the Lion" Fame. "IN TOWN TO-NIGHT" ALSO HARRY CAREY IN THE WESTERN THRILLER x "BORDER CAFE" BOOK NOW FOR THE BRIGHTEST SHOW IN TOWN (x Denotes Not Suitable for General Exhibition, othlrs General Exhibition).' , FOR LONDON BABY CARRIAGES ' * inii llliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiatiim ii(iiiiii1 ium
PARLIAMENT AS AN EDUCATIONAL CONTROL BODY (Contributed). [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938
'PARLIAMENT AS `AN EDU 4 CATIONAL ,CONTROL ,BODY (Contributed). . The following editorial appeidrd in The ,Ago". September ,lIst: APFTER an interval of two years the Victorlian ''Teichors'' ,Union has begun a neow campaign: for' a more favorable system of 'stilflngand pro 'motion. Some hoped, tthougli many doubted, .that the Act of 19306 would bintish "teacher's grlovatices" for" a longer perlod. At that time the bill which abolished the ' long-disputed Iratio system and substituted a'rmore liberal stalling schedule was regarded as a Just and sensible solution of an 'Immediate problem. During the long discussion, however, it became mani fest that no permanently sltlsfactory system applying to a large staff working under changing conditions could be embraced w'ithin an In flexible Act of ' Parliament. Neither the machinery nor the atmosphere of P'arliament is suitable for a function best performed by an arbitration tri 2 bunal. Two years ago, as on several earlier occasions, the Teac...
WOOL REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938
WOOL REPORT T?c\V ennlund Loain and lMercaptlle Agency Compnllnty Tlniftid, - Mel bourne, reportll: On inles being :cointintled In the local nutrket on the 5th Inst., we sub minlted our lirst catnlllgue of the sea son, ,which comprised 2574 Iales. The relectionI wll not it hI good onie, owing to the fnct that IL Wita chil!fly dra'wn fron the idroughlt nfftcted irarltn, There lie n 'no now fentu're ti r0 po'rt in the market. Collnmptition fromn the Continent tindl Yorkshire wnas Ieetn ui Wl that froni local mnnufanc tllrel'n. IJIIpan Iought llparingly, biut snolely in rro!l'oorelnd. There was i ulltifncLtory clearance aLt prices fully in inactinld with theao iruling earlier in the ween!, the few wIthdrInwaln beling ch?olly duie' t owllern' rese'rvse. The tolp Irice of the day wnas' 16 d, this beintg Hecured for lthe letuling Iltn of ihe stud . portion of the well known Moornmong clll grown Inear iteninfort, Victoria. Our next sale willl be held on the 2lth Onlober, whlen we will brin...
ROAD RACE FIVE MILE EVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938
ROAD RACE FIVE MILE EVENT. The 13enalla Cycle, Club will hold a five mile road race to-morrow after-" noon starting at 2.30 sharp, at the State Savings Bank, where It Will also finish. Following are the, handicaph: -T. Olazebrook, iier.; A. McMlllan and S. Hlall, 15 scsn.; L ,. Woarturst and K. 13ackhouso, 30 secs.; E. Hall anld D. Warhurot.,;45cecs.; .. Dennis, aI. IFrench and D. Sholnnd, 1.41; ]9. Crockfjrd and T .Blackh, 2.15; It; Grant and t;. HIllbrlck, 2.30; A. VIn cuent', and J. l'anghourne, 3 min.; J. Skinner, .I mins.
COBB'S MAIL COACHES TO CARRY WANGARATTA CENTENARY SOUVENIR ENVELOPES FROM MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938
COBB'S MAIL COACHES TO CARRY W'ANGARATTA CEN. TENARY SOUVENIR ENVELOPES FROM 'MELBOURNE. ONE of Cobb's original mnall coaches will leave Sutton's Pty. Itd., 10O a.m. on Frdiday, 14th insl.,' and apart froni' Wangaratta's souvenlr mail, the coach willlcarry a letter from the Lord Mayor of tielbourne to the Mayor'.of Wangaratta. Theo envelopes are being sold in lMelbourne at Suttons Pty. Ltd., for lixpence each and must be posted at !their shoip rl)or to Friday next. The envelopes are alsoo' n sale at the vairlous neweagcncles of the towns en rilote and at those agencies the cobnch Will collect them In special souvenir lags provided by the ' Woangaratta Centenary Celebrations Committee. tMany enrluirles are being made for the envelopes which will not only have tie post mLark of tile Wangar atta post olllce but a special marking by rubbellr stumll showing thie dato of dellartureo from Melbourne, and ar rival in Wrangalratta. Ifnvolopes are on salq at Box's Newallgency, 13onallaa.
WANGARATTA CENTENBALL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938
WANGARATTA CENTEN-, BALL ONE of the highlights of tile Cen tenairy celebrations will' be the Cnentenary ball to be hold In St. Pqt rlik's Hall, on Tuesday evening, 18th Octo1ber. Elaborate preparation Is being made. loffman's No. 1 Orches tra has been engaged. The committe has been fortunate In aceuring many beautiful flags to dec These flags were speclally designed orate th' interior of the ' ball room. for dobo.ating the Melbourne Town Hall for their* Centenary hall and something new and novel in ballroom :decoratlons Is-being arranged. Bridge aind eulchre tables wlll bse available for non-dancers, :and novelty 'dances will be held: during the evening.:',. ,Doubleotclkets'are 7/6, geinte -/,; ladles 3/, ?::?'. ,
TENNIS ST. JOSEPH'S COURTS OFFICIALLY OPENED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938
TENNIS ST. JOSEPH'S COURTS OFFICI ALLY OPENED. Beautiful weaIther was experienced on Sunday afternoon last for the oill ial .ulloning of St. IJoseph's courts, and the club experienced one of its most succedaful afternoons. Twenty-. eight pairs took parit In an American mixed doubles, ' which proved ecx ceedingly popular. The energetic soc retary, ir Steve O'IJrlon, had a busy tilnu arranging sets, and .overyone spent It ijeHtsant afternoon. Owing to. the hurge entry, It . was found nocessaury to utllise the two Con eont courts, and this enabtled the tournament to be plit through in good timeno, onlythe flnal remalnintg in doubLt. This will. be completed on Sunday betwocn Clurrachalina tll s i'rs dhlerwltll who will. meet Cairns and Alias Willli. The ladies provided a ,,s.y afternoon tea which was greatly enjoyed iby all. Section winners were Otrrachagit dnd Mrs Sherwill, A. Oinnivan and .irs Uloeson, N.. .Barnes and Miss N. Waters, J. Ginnivan and Mllss Day, W. Carthew. aid Miss I. ...
VISIT OF LADY HUNTINGFIELD LADIES' ORGANISATIONS TO ENTERTAIN HER. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938
VISIT OF LADY HUNT INGFIELD , LADIEs', ORGANISATIONS.'TO '. iENTERTAIN =HER;. Final arrangefents for, the ;enter talning of Lady IHuntingflold at':Ben alla. next week, were made at 'a cornl lned .meeting of representativcs, of ladies' organlsatlons at the 'Shire Hall on oVednesday afternoon' last;, Sixteen organisations were repro sented. flrs,T.; V. Cowan was in the chair. IIn opening the rmeeting, correspon dence in, connection ithi the- proposed visit w.as read; and a lengthy disu's silon took-'place regarding entertain ing LIady,: Huntlngfleld on .Friday. and Saturday-'evenings, . It w0a finally decided that an ar rival at the Memorial J'Hall on Friday evenihig; Ldy 1 1untingfleld will be re celved by Mrs .. V. Cowan, Mrs iI.JJ. Mourray. ' The presidents: of the vari ous ladies organisations willi then bo presented to Her Excellency.; by;,Mrs Cowan, and other members" of these organisations will, algo b"?; presented. Cards. : must bear = the ':nae of the person to be; p resented...