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DISPENSING WITH STATIONMASTER AT GOORAMBAT MATTER VENTILATED AT COUNCIL MEETING. RETROGRADE STEP SAYS COUNCILLOR. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938

DISPENSING ''WITH 'STA fTIONMASTER AT GOOR AMBAT - MATTER VENTILATED AT COUNCIL. MEETING. RETROGRADE STEP SAYS COUNCILLOR. A M oday's nocting, of theo .3oen ella 'Shre Councl, Cr. H. HI. Wallacodre.vattentiontto the move of the?oRallways Comimissioners In tdis persing. wlth h;,a stiatlonmaster at. Goorambat, ,whlch 'he hconsidered was a retrogrido' step. _ Ito had 'boen in-. formed that.,It was from 'an economy standpoint that'. they had: decided, to leave the station in charge of; a por tor. Ho 'thought that It was desh'-, ahle that they should make a .'moye and ask the Commissioners to waive their objection and iaintain the status. ;Ho said that the revenue ex; cooded £5000. . He suggested that the .member approach the Commls sloners' on 'the' mattor. Altogether 30 to 40 stations would be affected, 'Cr.' F'A. Cook M.L.A., ' said that Baddaglnnlo ;statlonmaster had also recelved notice H osaild: thiat -' the Rallwbays'Coniimnssloners were beyond Government'i control: He, "considere...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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"WETS" SCORE SMASHING VICTORY IN VICTORIA INCREASED "NO" MAJORITY. ALL DISTRICTS AGAINST NO-LICENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938

"WETS" SCORE SMASH ING VICTORY IN VICTORIA INCREASED "NO". MAJORITY. ALL DISTRICTS AGAINST :NO-LICENCE: AN overwhelming ; majority, vwas registered ;op.. BSaturday last -in Victoria .against the proposal that. all retail liquor selling llcences' should be 5ahollshed after December 31. Although returns will not be';dom plcte forr some days,' it is, estimated that about 94 per cent. "°of the 1,151,203 persons eligible to' "partlci pate in elections for the Legislative Assembly watt to the poll. Actually, only '34.0' per cent.' of the formal votes recorded were almrnma tivoe, comparedr with" the statutory provlsion that at least 60 per cent. of the' formal.votes must he affllirma tive to abolish licences. There are r 'licensing districts In the State, the districts conformfing to the Legislative Assembly electorates, and every one of these districts shows a progressive majority against aboll tlon. The eight districts which registered "Yes" majorities at thie last licensing poll in 1930...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Health Report [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938

Health Report TlIE Health Inspector, Mr F. =Wat Hon, submitted , his monthly. re-. port its follows, whiich was received: Centlemen,-r have- the honor to submilt my report for the past month nas follows:- Diphtheria Immunization. - The supplementary immunization cam paign was commenced on Octoher 3rd, but, although I had. recoived numer ous lotters. from country . districts after the last campaign,-. expressing the wish of parents to have. their children treated, the attendance at this supplementary canpaign was disappointing. Twenty children at tended and of these 18 were locals. Evidently the country people are not prepared to assist by providing trans port to l3enallta. 'This Shire has been' remnrlably free from Infectious disease for the past two years, but on account of the tinuslnal dry weather, I would advise parents to take all prccautiont, against contamination by files of food land milkt: tiles being responsllle sfor suche diisostes as dilsentry, etc. Business Premises lan...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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FOR TRAVELLING. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938

FOR TRAVELLING. DoHlghtful motoring coat, well tailored with patch pockets. The ;olor schomo is maroon, and yollov with matching hat and bag.

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938

NELSON'S BOOTERY 104 Bridge: Street, Benalla (OPP. CENTRAL ARCADE)' :WE HAVE JUST OPEND A LARGE RANGE OF SPRING AND SUMMER FOOTWEAR STYLES TO SUIT ALL TASTES. LADIES' SHOES IN WHITE, BLUE AND WHITE; AND TAN AND WHITE, AT PRICES FROM 9/11, TO 19/11.: ALSO NAVY, BLACK AND BROWN SHOES IN COURTSS AND TIES. WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF MATRON;S SHOES AT REASON ? ABLE PRICES . EVERYTHING:IN MEN'S FOOTWEAR IS OF GOOD QUALITY AND LATEST STYLES, AND THE PRICE IS RIGHT.: 'WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION FOR YOUR SHOW SHOES VISIT US FIRST REMEMBERI ,WE GUARANTEE OUR FOOTWEAR, FAIR WEAR OR A NEW PAIR. For Benefits Under National Insurance INSURE WITH THE Manchester Unitly Approved Society THERE IS NONE BETTER. TOR INFOlMIATION, ENOLMENT I'OIMS ANDA 1FRIMINDITY SiLRV~I2\ APPLY, LOCAL AGENT: J. M. McLELLAND, 9 Byrne Street, Benalla - -' -t a 1-h \ 1 0~01 { 6x: 4 r;`·: yc 40 e -: ~ }a:- · _ A. K I -%.··I . ý : pt3" r4. \ r·. X\ * ." '>°A, 'a iten .or.a1W serUsar a" - DITRBUN AGENT NEA TRNSOR .;. Oýý Way ...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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SPORTS MEETING AT LURG [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938

SPORTS. MEETING AT LURG A.IL 'meeting hole at thio turge poe olllco of the lurl'g u L; hull undt Colmltteeo, on Sntulrdny evning lnst, It wnH ulllntlollHly grl'ed to hold a1 ploicl, HspursII and ftol In Lthe second wetl. In D)orIlll'er. Te commilttee will got IhIny ILlt onc to dr(Lw 0Iu It lprogrmel'lnm of evenlts for thle IpoI'tLH which will nim at plrovlding enttotin011 mllcnlt for the plb llc as well t( the ompeltlt'ior , while tlhel llad' commiilt teeo will atttendl to de(lal( It conneI ( -OI( tion(l with the HtIIIH, etc., for the feote. The ohIJIc!t (f lhla fxture I( N to I I'lh e fundsH tlowards 1 the hnldihng of the mlch neededI!I pi liC lllall. SUCCESSFUL BALL AT BADDA. GINNIE.--'lThe oddlaglinnlo Cricket Club held l most neee. fltrll h'all (t the hnilll on 'l'luetdy 'ev(ling lstI, the hall heing packlled t11o t(he dolom. A very eIll, yIlble flon e iH I l pent dallI ( i11ng to exIcIellent IsIIHae . pplll edlll by the llnerv t DI ne IllInd. A prllit of over £8 i'ellllteld.

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Successful Field Day at Goorambat STAGED BY GOORAMBAT AND BROKEN CREEK YOUNG FARMERS' CLUBS SUPERVISOR ADDRESSES GATHERING [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938

SSuccessful ield Day at Goorambat :STAGED BY GOORAMBAT AND BROKEN CREEK YOUNG FARMERS' CLUBS .?,SUPERVISOR ADDRESSES GATHERING * The Goorambat and Broken Creek Young Fermers' Clubs held ,Mtheir annual field day at Goorambat school on Friday afternoon,, when Mr Courtney,. one of the Victorian supervisors of Young Farmers' Clubs, was. present and urged upon members to continue to take an interest, in" the movement. Notwithstanding the dry weather.' condi-'?.` ; 7 tionsu prevailing, the exhibits were exceptionally good, and: demonstrated :i: that.the pupills took a keen interest in the.movement; :,Thet position of president was ably carried but- by l Mr J. R, Melkle, and the club leader, Mr: Ron Wright, had tthe organisation well up to their usual standard: 3Both .gentlemen were as-. sslted-by the past presldent, Cr. H. H. Wallace, and Moesrs Erlc Ham, R. W. Wright, E.H A. Coopor;,,W.. R. Molklo, W. J: Feldtmann,: J. Sounders, H. Hooper and P.I'Jones. . Mr. J. Courtney, a, supervisor o...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Successful Year by Benalla Dairy Co. CREDIT BALANCE ON YEAR'S WORK. DISCLOSED AT SHAREHOLDERS' ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938

Sucessful Yr by Benalla Dairy Co. CREDIT BALANCE ON YEAR'S WORK. DIoCLOSED AT SHAREHOLDERS' ANNUAL MEETING. Although conditions for the dairying. industry were not th most favorable during the past year, the balance-sheet of the Bhnall Dairy and Farm Produce Co. Ltd., which was produced at the annual meeting of shareholders on Friday last, disclosed a crdit balancs on thl operations. yr's SShareholders met at the Memorial Hdall, and :were pdreslded over by. Mr A.. V.:Ltttle, ch'airiman:of directors. DIRECTORS' REPORT. D The annual report' submitted by the directors was as follows: During; the' twelve months under review .we manufactured' 610,0009 lbs. of butter;, which lsa a reduction of 115,219-lbs, on the previous year. This' was broughtabhout.by 'the exception ally dry .autumn and !winter exporl enced, In this district; which. was not at'all favorable to 'dairying.: nVe, have much 'pleasure In being able to report a net profit of £12/19/8, after providing for the necessary deprec...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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FLYING INSTRUCTION FOR BENALLA PUBLIC MEETING TO BE CALLED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938

FLYING INSTRUCTION FOR BENALLA. PUBLIC MEETING TO BE CALLED. AI' 'lltlny'H nLetlng of ti'l. Lenalhn .Slhire Cionell, the new pIretldent (Cr. W. Manctregor) mtild that MAi It. i', Wiiold, i)ttritct ItngIlneer of the C.t11 I.. who hIlt tiell keen Intertet ' I lIving activtllle Ini the dilst'lct, hadl tplolcent to tihIt wIIt regitl'll to to the ew y of the iiveir'inent In decin itrallti l flying by the appointmentll pt lornuent flying instr 'uctoI in 'tini htailo beC lithel till eLnthil-. 'liy Iln ?Vll n tarti lta lnd I.thd Io a'lteIi In afll I111trI u'coL l having hoenl ,ippoi nte,. lie tuggeoteil tltt. tlht ey It ' trhey wouldl Ie able t£1 LtaIrt I. ti tiingti t veol at Ben al llo, Ilr erv "5 iiieinherl one pleric tin Would Ibe, l: en frlee Intl t 'letiion t. 'tohe Heuvretry (Ir. 1. J,, Murray) I'd 111111at the aiveragLe cot ort' it puplll ,.v:n £70. In the! event of' a school bIe I:: ft ulitl tile 'hOuvernment.' would -nti a )whnlly alll it woulld,) only -,lt £95 fr olcull puplll. I...

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RADIO REVIEW FEATURES A HOST OF STARS BENALLA TALKIES. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938

RADIO REVIEW FEATURES A HOST OF STARS BENALLA TALKIES. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY A I),AZIIN1a arrny of radllo 'eoonen llll1d 3itllg0e t+1H r'1l' felltUred In lirItlsh Donlllolln '" Hcron radltll r3evue "In' ' rl'TwV 'To-nllght.'' Itfldlo Illtenern will Ie able to Heo 3ninny of their favorlItec, Incilding.. Ntanll'y Ihullow', y1', rendering thoe sl1d 0toly of "''"31Young Allbert 1ind the l.on," and "\Vltlh Ihr IIeId TI'uckedl UInder Ilnllh Ior Arm": fteryl Orde glvling her Inmllitalllle Imil eri onatlons. OlIve (?royweH Hlllllgig old and nI w favoritel0, 'I'Tessa DenI)dO, V0 l iolloing, tile cir'nll SIsIteIH and a11 lso threeo furn11OllH r'nd0lo IILI3e' b11nl I)1, Dov Ap.ollo.n'I, 3oI, tlard .TIcubs' 1n1 B0illy M?[rrill and l A ,ll3OHg1t t3he3 Intn)tly mH1Ige m?lIr' 1in '"In Town 'l'To-night1 " are ,Jack lio rty, the well-lkown cotlllll inn: +Nora WiAll +11nm, The ,Dynamite Kids. Wilson, 1Kepell n'11 l(otty, 1and Arthur lPrince in(l "'.llnl." An tn113 1 l0 f61 t.ur1'3 11133 this olhuor+...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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WINTON NEWS CRICKET.Wilton v. Benalla Footballers. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938

WINTON NEWS CRICKET, Winton v. Bonalla Footballera. The recently formed Winlton Cricket Club oni S unday, 2nd October, played Its IIHt match LagaIlt the l3enuIll I'ooOlleIeoI. ''hlough the OlOppoitLon was too Htreng, both tenmis enjoyed the game. ScoreH:- FoothLlller'i.-E. lacldann, c Walsh, I Lee, 3: L., Doherty, retired 0i V. ikllckllan, a Dwyer, II Lee, 4; C. CInrlke I lrietng, 23; 13. Squires, retired, 39; J. WIlson, rellred, 27; .1. E. Wilson, not out, 9; K. Clover, not out, 4; sun drieo, 6,. TotLal, 171. Winton.-14. Walsh, I, Clarke, 6; J. F'rletng, I Dohorty, . 1: F. Lee, c Squires, Ii Maitcklan, 2; W. I-lernan, b Squires, I; It. Joyce, C Castles, C Clarke, 6; C. Green, C. Clarke, h Clarke, 9; A. Alllion, inot out, -li;' IC. Dwlyer, etp. Ciattleo , b BIrenmner, 13; .1I. IK. Ilorntiu, h I3remner, I0; I). Joyce, b Clover, I; C. Lee, b Clover, 7; aun dlrlee, 12. Total, 77. Wlnton v. Baddaginnio Ramblers. 'The Imth nl Sundaylll, e 1h October, wvai played ngalinst .Jliaddagllnle r...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938

Watts,T urnbull & Co STOCK, LAND AND FINANCIAL AGENTS HEAD OFFICE: BENALLA. BtA NCHES.-Wangaratta, Rutherglen, Dookle, St James, Devenish, Violet Town. Euroa, Yea and Mansfield. itckS? aies also conducted at Yarck, Strathbogle, Ruffr. B :riminrBonnle Doon and Longwood. AGENTS FOR : The? Famous '? "Cooper's 'Dip':" (Manufactured In Aus- : -The Curator of 'Estates of Deceased Persons. The Commercial Union Fire Assurance Co; Ltd. : Londonl and: Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, and Finance Company. Sub 'Agents for Australian Mutual Provident Society. Trucking 'Agents for Watts, Turnbull and Co., Melbourne.-: We also have a big selection of Houses and HOoUSE AND BUILDING; BLOCKS, for' Private"i Sale, a?nd Intending- buyers should make a point of seeing our liet. :: 'LOANS ARRANGED.' We can arrange Loans over Broad Acres and 'o.wnshlip Securities at S the Lowest, Current Rates of Interest. Strictest Secrecy. , WATTS, TURNBULL AND CO. .'Phone I7. B:RIDGE STREET., BENALLA 4 ) ilfi...

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Benalla and District Tennis Association ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938

Benalia and, District Tennis: Assoiation ANNUAL MEETING There waaa!arge and nthusiastic Mathering at the Memorial H il on Monrday eventin. last wheh.delegatea represnting .twelve teams were present at. the annual meeting of the Benalil .'and District Tennis, Association. `Mr J. Lynch was reoelected president, and Mr; G. McCartney- secretary, It was, decided to commence, the' season, on October 29th. . The chair was:occupled :by the presldent; Mir 'J;:'Lyncli," and thoe fol lowing "delegates were presonti Aessrs'Nolan, T. Larine. (St. Joseph's); J. Sherwlll, A; Davies (hlethodlsts) II. Coulding, E. Archer (Karn); G. Crawford; O. Baln '(YIn BUnrun); L. Slltzer, J, ". Moore : (Railways);: K. P'olly, N. Plant (Winton), Hi. Oair dinor, W.,Lewis (Lurg); J. Sutton, 'r. Mackc (i3addaglnnle); K. Boyd, T. Wallace (Emu Bridge), C. Boyd Stubbhs (Frlendly Societies); G. Alan sell, Kilpatrick '(St. Andrew's). An lllolo0gy was received from Lima, but It was uncertain whether Trinity was re-forming...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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SPEED COURSING ON SHOW-GROUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938

.SPEED COURSING ON SHOW-. :GROUNDS.. At" Tuesday evening's . meeting of;the Benalla Coursing Club;; it was decided:, to continue opera tions at the Bonalla showgrounds for the forthcoming season.

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Apexians' Move to Advance Benalla. EAST AND WEST RIDINGS OR BOROUGH SUGGESTED [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938

pexans' oe to Ad Benalla. EAST AND WEST RIDINGS OR BOROUGH SUGGESTED . . At the annuialdlnner of the Apex Club, Mr H.Hanlon,:lin propooirln . thh Shto'at of the BonallaiShire Council, drew attention to the l.2ck of S',9:lntrest .dliplayed. by townspeople for the future welfare of tho town. ' "He pointed out that the lack of civic interest was due largely to the present constitution of tho Council, and that the councillors lhao to do the work 'of six. :The Apex Club intended. to investigateo the. cs't.b lishment either of"an East ari'd 'West riding. or a Borough. If they found either scheme practicable they would bring it before the public. The suggestion was well received and is certainly a stop In the right direction. Mr Grubb In replying to'the toast of the Visitors, said that he Intended to. orgtiniso a business'luncheon ,with a view to bringing Sbusinesss mon rtogether. - , " ' ·'·B ' , . k ' - L ' ? " ' ' I ' ",Vhenj the evening, bpuned, Mr Clcl t Perrin,; Immediate past presid...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Children's Fancy Dress Dance YOUNG PEOPLE HAVE HAPPY TIME [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938

Children's Fancy Dress Dance YOUNG PEOPLE HAVE HAPPY TIME PllR1O l1\1." duo tL)(.llunlel'lull COlll :°e, l.ttntrilont duhring tihe week, the lttendllllnce at the chlidrell' t'llney dtross tliclOC lit the Shllle l-llll onl Ii-' dally eveningll llnt, wI uonllly lair. ThllOse wtho attlnded?l l HIIStent t 'II:plIy time dancing; to excellent muscl sup pllcld by the Mllnervai Dltlnce Indl. AMr W\. I'erkcln, who nctedl in Al.C., hlld Inosy tite lkeepingll everIythling moling fogo thi young peopletll, who Homedl tlt enlJly eVery lminlll te ot the ovelling' lnum emenllt. 'lthe (oltttlLlli-met Were iIt'lell 11111 n t trictive, and tllh jutlges., Mrs 'P. Con nolly. AMleHCs K. I lunl itl aI It. GaClI' ney, alitl it Itt ltld tLHk It il? declding tile wllllnner in the vnrllouIH elctllon. The'llir ctlolttilttI, lhowever, mnt with generall Air toive O'lIlI?ll at the tlicket olllc,, lland Men1I'H \W. Nolan nllll tll I. Lettlty, aI lolturItkelterit, gave v1itItahitl IaIttlIIttICe 1rlll1ftg the evenln...

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THE SHOW BALL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938

THE SHOW BALL ..It has come under the notice. ofth Bho'vball committee that a number'of personk' are worried over thb, wordd; "Evening Dress" appearing on' the in vitatilon card, and It desires .to:'point outlthRit'a dlnnfiersult or dark suit wll?be: ulite In orlder. ;'The'commltteo also wishes to'Btatei' that ?it Is impossible to send invlta to all;who would like to attend- the ball--some may' lbe .mised Inadvert hntly-but anyone; who deslres:to o bi iiresenit:imny .obtain an Invitation by: applyipg to Mr,, Lance Nell,; or .by phoning BenhAlla 4,!'6non r before Mon ' day.next, 17tli inst.L-.

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RE-VALUATION OF COUNTRY RIDINGS INCREASE IN THREE RIDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938

ARE-VALUATION. OF COUNTRY RIDINGS INCREASE IN THREE RIDINGS." T MAonday's meeting of the Benalla Shire Coonell it letter was re celved from Air V. Dobson, who Is carrying out ai revaluation of the country ridings. He_ submitted the total re-valuatlon prices as follows:-Warrenhayne, £30,187.,:; (last valuation,. £28,001)); Devenlsh,; £37,577 (lanst valuation, £36,167); Tatong, £38,370 (last valua tion,;i£37,000): whilst Mokoan was st1iilon;progress, . -

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BENALLA SHOW OFFICIAL OPENING BY HIS EXCELLENCY, LORD HUNTINGFIELD, K.C.M.G. RECORD ENTRY LIKELY [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938

: BENALLA SHOW 'OFFICIAL OPENINBG.i ?,. HIS E? CELLENCY, LORD- HUNTING FIELD, K.C M.G. ;RECORD ENTRY LIKELY Th' e Ilenlila Asgrcultural ndL: Pna toral. Society will hold 'Its.' annual rprlng, show npxt Friday .anld 'Stur lday,;21st and 22nd Octolber. It will lie. a gaila week-end no far as .Ienalla Is coiicerned, as : beside ,the show therd aire many functions belng held In.honor. of the visit of HIS1 Excellency Lord Hluntingfleld, ,.C.1,l.O., Governor of Victoria. and Ladyy Iluntlngfleld. 'DespDte the dry conditions which pre vail. the show promises to be the most successful ever. staged by. the Soclety. The council has made many Improvements to Its grounds andil thi showgroundn have never before pro sented such a bright appearance. Ex hibltors and the public will appreciate these alterations. The ,council has been unilagging In their efforts to see that nothing Is lacking that will tend to make the show more Ipopular. Gen eral entries closed on Wednesday, to drite It has not been ...

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CROQUET SEASON OPENED ENJOYABLE AFTERNOON AT LAWNS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938

{CROQUET ;SEASON ; OPENED: ENJOYABLE ,AFTERNOON AT , tcCS; LAWNS.4, . Despite "rather runpleasant weather conditions on Saturday > blastr there waer a large crowd at the official ospeniing ofy the Ben. la"a Croqliot Clubi': lawns on Saturday afterniiooni last. Besldes viasitors from WVangaratta, roepresentatlves were present from a number of other' sporting clubs, and everyone lpont an enjoyable after noon In delightful surroundings. On arrival theo visitors were wel comedl by the presilent; Mrs WV. T. Noonan, who later Introduced Cr. T. a'B. Cook, who. oflclnally declared thle lawns open for. play. - In" doing so, Cr. 'Cook commended the club for tile improved conditions of their. lawns, and wished -them an enjoyable and successful season. - Mrs Cook then hit the first ball ialldst applause, . , Cr. Cook presented championship trophies which wIere won during last season to the following , players: "B" grade champnlonshlll, M'rs WVhit more; "C" grade, Mrs Gray; "D" grade, Mrs Ill...

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