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Local and General [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938

Local and General DISPUTED- 'DEBT--Before Moesrs I. W., Willariss P.M. and G. Nason J.P., In' the Benalla court on Thurs day, I. and J.' Hasklngs sued H. uMcGavin for the sum of £4 for the use' and occuliation of a house. Mr R. P'.. Lewers 'appeared for the complainant. ` Defendant disputed the claim, con tending that although his' wife andhe family still Ived .ln' the dwelling, he* had notified ' complainant that he: would not be irsponslble for the'pay-' ment' of= the. rent after 18th7'August.,' The bench, however,.; made, an order" for the 'full amount claimed ', with L1/0/ costs, FOOT SEVERED,-Whilst" working at Bnaddagrinnloe on ,?Wednesdayi last,. W. Nichblson' had the. misfortune to' leot his axe slip, with the result that It cut through his boot and .severed his foot rather.'deeply.- ?tedical aid was summoned, and, it wasn found neces sary to insert, three stitches, in the wound.. BITTEN BY, DOG.-Whilst sitting' on his motor'cycle outsldo'a residence in Baddaglnnie on Tuesdr...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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FRIENDLY SOCIETIES OPEN TENNIS SEASON [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 14 October 1938

FRIENDLY SOCIETIES OPEN TENNIS SEASON I tln 1 0lILt 1010 1 18111.8 gatherIngIIoa opcnllng of thew 'l anllly Socletlca' n801188111 tlel Cllar&Itall an Sltllnllny, afterloon Inst. A mlixed llahleIl 1hanl dicap ait lnot Ia.Coiplelfl'.I, liut thel 8o nninicnlg iathesa ivill ba jilayed' to morrlan (S1:1 flllldly) . flintlcaen pIIayeII reailltad flI fallow: Fihst IlHllloll.-A. Lyona-Aimsa A. Alialellul II. C. Lloyd-lIIHa 31. II loHll it 6-3; 'I'. \VnctelL-3-AIH 3i." WVilia d. 1). CorboIy-11118a 1 I).Drlllrl ldL, 6-f. Secondl 16ound1(I.--lt. Stolz-AIIHH Ia . RobIlnl onll d I. it. Lloyd-AIlea I), Smlth. a-4; .1. SLftIlbn-Hla -1 EI. BatIcIhalor II. C. Monallda-lAH A. .1lc lls, 6-3; .Wll-P. 3rult, 6-li; D3. MAF:lllanla-AIMla I. Coudloa I. W. P85-h-8IIHH II. JBlower, G-3; 13. O')Donall-Ade18 I). Iolwclr d. .1. Turnor-Allen Al. Weller, 11-2 It ,llae CaitIal-Al118 I. 3lurphly dI. II. Imarn08 11IHH N. W'atara, 6-3; Ci. 3lcCltltllay A111H 11. SLalIphell d. I.. Hfpltler-AiIHH L. Iagenllnll,...

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

Public Notice SI WISH TO NOTIFY. THE PUBLIC THAT I HAVE TAKEN OVER THE: PREMISES LATELY OCCUPIED. BY MR. E. BRENNAN, AND WILL SHORTLY OPEN A'N UP-TO-DATE CYCLE; RADIO AND ELECTRICAL S-GOODS STORE ALSO I STILL HAVE SEVERAL: GOOD USED CARS AND- UTILITIES FOR SALE, FROM £35 TO £250. CALL AND INSPECT AT 48 NUNN. STREET, BENALLA. SYDNEY A. HYDE PHONE 100 J. F. CRAIG BENALLA TYRE SERVICE RETREADING AT MELBOURNE PRICES 4 NEW TYRES AND TUBES BATTERIES, PETROL AND OILS IN STOCK. REPAIRS A SPECIALTY Phone 308 Address: 120 Bridge Street 100 YEARS OF PROGRESS WANGARATTA AND DISTRICT CENTENARY CELEBRATIONS 15th to 22nd*OCTOBER. MA'T'T. O'IDON'OIIU IJ, Socrelory. WELL-SINKING ! WATER-DIVINING ! WINDMILLS ERECTED AND WATER SERVICE SUPPLIED. Agents for ALSTON WINDMILLS ?VWe e ileparlt' d ito gIvo estimate and coll(to aill wolrk In a sttiLtfauc tory Imtinllnor. 1Ir WV. J. CAIIIEY, the experllellced weLHll-lCIner Iand divinell, will Io ollgt!ged and we solicit In qllllisH for ? OtHo of Inn?oH lllllg ...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938

Irr I:. . Cox Bros. have a fine *comprchenalvo range of all that is now in Sports Wear their complete s o .. Rock:s R T ron display in theiG:r IMon' Do. A. Do KotIN dI l r Wie; 'r f;.L ite3 TERRETT'SE ,SPECIFY AND USE W e: orks, 337. Phone: Prrvate, 382. Sp~oZ

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938

The Brightest Show in. Town ..I ? . Saturday & Monday BOTH THEATRES SHOW NIGHT Weather Permitting A LAUGH RIOT x "FORTY NAUGHTY GIRLS" WITH ZASU PITTb AND JAMES GLEASON. ALSO x "BULLDOG DRUMMOND COMES BACK" Together With OUR, GANG" COMEDY,, CARTOON, NEWS. (x. Denotes Not Suitable for Goneral Exhibition, others General Exhibition). MORE MILES BETWEEN SOUARTS N lthe hottest and Icoldest weather.. over all kinds and con ditions of roads, truck owners have proved the lower consumption *• of New Texaco Motor Oil. Texaco's ltriple rcfin. ing process removes . ~ all waste, such as gum, tar and other carbon. / .l7 forming elements .. . S- giving you 100% oil. That's why you get "more miles between quarte" when you use 0-248 New TEXACO MOTOR OIL A. MILLER AND CO., BENALLA. LIDGERWOOD BROS., DEVENISH. W. J. TONKIN, GOORAMBAT AND THOONA STODD & O'BRIEN FUNERAL DIRECTORS 55 CARRIER STREET, BENALLA B H PHONE 461 BRANCHES THROUGHOUT THE NORTH.EASTERN DISTRICT MR. N. TODD has just ...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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UNITED FRIENDLY SOCIETIES ERECTION OF STREET NAMES SUGGESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938

UNITED FRIENDLY SOCIETIES ERECTION .OF STREET NAMES SUGGESTED. AT the monthly meeting of the United Friendly Moeletien held tit (rllblo' Cafe, delegates were pron ent from ]-.A.C.I.S.., ,.11t., M.U.I).O.lO. antd the A.N.A. lBro. (lirldncY" occupled the charlr.. l?ro. (Ureenaowttly If thie Mf.UT.l..O.l., wl- etlected to the poslitionl of aeiting seeretary during tile temlportary arr| hsnce ofm Bro. lFisher. It was deleded to send ia letter to .the Shire Council, pointing out that na thereo re no mauny new people m(:111. InK to. the towvh that It ,would bi e an Improvement if the names .of the etreets were pontcd at each corngr, Flnal arrangements will he, ma;le at thie noxt meeting for q ngrlpg 9t ln!(ir Iod a ?ganmee

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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MUGS' CONCERT AT WINTON [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938

MUGS'' CONCERT. AT AT "? iuý' - " T • ?p?I ....=:?;? a\ '+ Goildn broom and festoons of greenery gave a gala air to the WiNton Halla ' on~ThursdayAevening of fast week, for the '.:uusual event of. a mugs' ooncert, -which was ;attended by; a-. very ; `,large crowd., Tho ashole proceeding :ware uinder the. nuspices 'of the Solal C;' Citibr or which AMr Kelran, Polly, Is ' prealdent. aind Atlan Vena Lynch the e'cretary. The Hatl funds will benefit to the ex tent. of "approximately" £12. The' items were many and' vnried, embinracing" ongs, recitations, sketches. It play, 'acroliatic and faincy dancing, hallets and a* Nigger' Minetrel show. The audience wIn 0'0 appreqgititfive that the concert, continued to a nlat houlr. lMot of the programme won0 contrlbulted by young' plicople of the distrtict. and Winton was ttrlrit'ed .to discover what talents its young folk possessed. An oplening and a final- chorun in trlduced tll the performners. The cololnts were M's Lynch; Meaere J. Pelly, D:; L...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Benalla Students' Musical Success UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938

Benalla Students' ; Musical Success UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE. The following -PuIplin of. Mls Moina Ji'ny Dudley (credit). ItRlltly iere iuccooful at the recent Violin. Meolhborne Univertlly aexAtminaltions Piano. Grade V.-Rta Mci enuirick and d lvlie (ireenaway (credit). Grmde T.I-Marlon Ilcnttle (honors). Grlade V'.-Grant Lewis (Ipus). " Grade lII.-MarJurlo Whitmoren nnd lhut lic?)ywood, 90 marks (honors). Musical Perception. ?Oradno III.-Audry V\ingfleld, Juln Canning, (credit): Pamela Vann and lhGrade 111.-Alma Ingram (honors). Rita MelCnndrlck (puaH). Grade IV.-Mlarjorie WVhltnoro, 90 Orade V.--llert Styie (credit). . mnarks, and Nellie Murray, 90 marne?' SOratl VI.-Steplalliq . Watersi nij (honours); ,JTun Ca'nning (credit)..

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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GOOMALIBEE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938

GOOMALIBEE NEWS T! recent hot iueather and 'windr . ,:,have hnd their effect. on groian nd cropH, and a good fall of rain n uir gently, requilrcd. In partAi of the district rain nnov wiuhld heo tiolnate for grnsH Ihut. wIoluld' ilnlterlillly bienefit cropm. Oat; crops arle commencing to car out. Very little gr'anH lny will 'bo on tirvi'cld, nnd then. only whore It han liceii HnvedI fIor lho IpurIoHe. Only lix i)'olntH .f rlin wsil rpcorded In tho chingus IIH t w(1k. 'arlerner In thin district lire flrlllnateo In having gooil null)tlCH ie f nlllldergrounll water and dorio' lt lltogether rely'on lndamn. many of which hlvo very little water In. them. :gg ?a? y for thn WVnngaratta IToH pltal:lnt. tlhe locil. State ichool, ,real InHd n 25 dozen heing forwarded. A .imlilar. (lunntlly wanHnent' laItl year .I.in icobnHnidlred a very gond offort nn the;'part of the Hcholol'h , rq 'tlipre are only 13 attending, •::.

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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IMPROVED SWIMMING FACILITIES FOR BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL TO BE ASKED TO ASSIST. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938

.IMPROVED SWIMMING FACILITIES FOR BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL TO BE ASKED. TO AS8IST. ,:: With the object of providing better swimming facilities in Den alla, n deputation will wait on Central Riding Councillors and the engineer to discuss a :chemo for futurel development. This move was the outcome of the an* nual meeting of the BeriallI Swimming Club hold on Tuesday evening last., Ml\ WValter Noolnn, the IPresident, wve In the chair, and there win I fatilr: nttendilnce of memtbero. Oh111ern elected .for -.tihe nRuilng, senans were:-Prenldent. ,lIr 1,. Ilry. den: vice-IreeMtentflt Cr."" C. Sto'z. Mea?mHHmNI' If.; Itngeonauer ' and I1. Simon.: s?cottrylitIirMr- P. CRtlesie, .ns Hietant. secretary.. titcd 'trenettrer,' Mr Wnioer Noonan:;' ennmmlttre, M?npsre," Pryor, .I.: Luntinglp'tid S.;A. 'lnkmtne. . Cr. Stole puld t lintt: oit' year ,the Shire Council i'e '. anxlxious?? on hlii: and took over thei buildings with thatr •object of .anplointling a carotaler.:.It.. was fotund, however, that...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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CHIEF COMMISSIONER OF POLICE VISITS BENALLA TENDERED A CIVIC RECEPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938

CHIEF COMMISSIONER OF" POLICE VISITS BENALLA TENDERED A CIVIC. RECEPTION. AltIl1VINGi at Ucin.Ilhi nt 5 o'nlock ,nWi \W?dnlnulIy fool Sl?heppllnrtonn; on hRl waly to atteii'n L'e Centenaryl celihr"ntlion nt lVnntlrttni, the Chief :',miinllohlotner oif Ptl'te, Mr fulncen. eniledl In1 at LhIe Itilil'lIn pollce atation whlere he wan met hy NieOtltL n?or Mit''lla, an members|l|Ltl of tht' lnctln rihllce. ('IIIIIli ?Vll ors (l II lth Il[tnlin ShIre Cottiicil wereit an!.ii I ntiItIt, On w itl o i the shIre Ing:inr (It "ie, D. I'cawkneltr). hlrd , socalmlrly (AIr 11. J. .%III'.II'Y+), /111ll·11· -?|P J{ . (:l'II''YO|II HlTp irrlllll il 1 1I i)i t ti eli, itnal? lrtcry (vn, t n, n ft ttElll l trn. lr, e"t, C.hief" (?ommll'?lioner ma.le , I q el'(.tlon of .the., hut rrnkl. s, he ',a'n. ti!k,,n to tile Shlthe lhnl wher~le 110 wn. t,,ndhered? It vi.[,l¢.' cp? tiont |v Cr. I'. i'i-i, took, in th, ibeneenr n of the hl e ti pr i?itielt. t ,tI 1. .a.li( ,.regor. FAVORED ERECTION OF NEW POLICE QUAR...

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WARRENBAYNE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938

W?ARRENBAYNE ' •NEWS I?- o\O\ liny outting , .han cot - ninced in the dtistrict. Crups,. are much llghter than ununh, h but are of i.o.ld 'iuallty, tMoltt of ' the nu11pil:n fodder conserved, here wanR ohld IhLnt yearll, "lind with light crlm nrow, ther'e will he a vel'y tnall quantity avlil able.for Hale in the neai tl utlure. The rinfuill Ilist wee"k wittas vIry disappointing, only eight points he lng rcegistered. I.Laht,1 Hat.urday was" tho:'opening of the .local tenmsi club-. A tnty after ioonu ten W ' I provided bhy .the ladle:, ?ond; t very enjoyable afternoon wan: spont. .. , - r° antni:Mrs N. ,i'Ionking , t;'of. t the Stitt;tenhool aIt Wnarrenhayno; are be Ingi: congrlatlhtet on thi ?lrtht ut at -ter":i9:;" A

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DEANNA DURBIN MORE RADIANT THAN EVER REVEALS HER DELIGHTFUL PERSONALITY IN REFRESHINGLY NEW THEME. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938

DEANNA DURBIN MORE RADIANT THAN EVER REVEALS HER DELIGHTFU.L PERSONALITY IN REFRESH. INGLY NEW THEME. In "Mad About Music" film fans can enjoy to the full the, Deanna Durbin they so quickly loved in'her two earlier pictures. Thoy can enjoy her delightful personality-its charm and its sparkling comedy. She is "mad about music" only to the extent of Gounod's "Ave Marie" (with the Viennese Boys' Choir) and three light modern efforts, of which "I Love To Whistle" (sung by principal and chorus' on bicycles) is the most outstanding. The star's singing is part of her radiant self,' and it would be a" deprivation to hear her without seeing her, so much do'the song and the singer become one. The same may be said of the support ing glrlt. Among many examples of girlian beauty in the. Swiss glirls'school, Marcia Mae Jones stands out as "Orlgi.". The nasty Sgirl ("Falece") Is'played by Helen Parrish. ' :.Thi, grat attraction will: be Sseen at ?'lnls Talkie"s'on Octo. br. 29th. at a-tnd November...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TURF WICKETS FOR SCHOOL BOYS PERMISSION GRANTED BY BENALLA ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938

STURF WICKETS FOR S SCHOOL BOYS PERMISSION GRANTED BY ^BENALLA ASSOCIATION. % At a special mooting of theo Bonalln Cricket Association, hold this: wooeek, permission -was given tho; boys from oll, the Bonalla schools to pse the turf wickets for competitions to be hold, on week days .and Mr E. E. Carter has presented a shield for nompotition ,' to be held in perpetuity. ,.'iThl!'i moilng Wlt v lrnieii .ihver v by MrI' I.: . , Clllter, lprel' irenl of thel loclO111itliol, )nl0( otilolr prl' elnt III (llhltldl l elr!'Hr A. Urhil) niH, .L. Fllwcil nor, AD Iriown aind Tlih reHsliective h<lhooilH wero rel;lrl-. Hented lby the folilnwlin:-Meoiera T.. 1H. .Ctiron (Illgh School), I. Mallone (13cllilln EniHt); Howe (oll0onillu WVot) and ;i. 'l'ulilllllinl :(St.. J, |sellh: H). " STWO COMPETITIONS. Arftr!l tile ldologatoeI orrU'erd In give the us. of thie three turf wicketl to1 thile iWHys orf llte IontliOlla i'lhil, Mir iflUron .pollnted out thlit In vlo%% ori thol High School bein...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938

Irrr~r~la ýýlmmnlne-lilnr; = FOR BOTTER lABY WEAR. innu IrnxUUwnuI ml llununmuInnullllm LADIES HAIR IS THE STRONGEST LINK IN BA BEAUTY'S ,CHAIN HAVE YOUR PERMANENT. WAVE AT SAY[TiT" SA[ON -:cr -U ·- - --~ · i tr FOR LONDON" BABY CARRIAOGES UIUmannrnuulMmuuuamamrNMll l innIanainuu

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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SEWERAGE CONTRACTS HOUSE CONNECTIONS IN BENALLA WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938

SEWERAGE CONTRACTS HOUSE CONNECTIONS 'IN'; BENALLA WEST.:r:":? J'UllI TII R progress lielng. male with regard to houns donnectlons In Benalla Went, and this week;.78 -.contructe were lot for Cecill, Bensoli, JElgmont, Ilunn, Crofton, Plurcell,.,.lir 'tlns.'Arundel iml the south side Od Bridge Streets. ' *'ý ,,The? nuLceCsful tenderers were -a follou:.-Stone, Thompson and Mle'i Arthur:y. Ltd., 11 pontracti: . lb. 'r:bet .nitoVllson, :; ' F.,V. V Mceenon; .8?1E') I?, lmor and sons nPty. Ltd., ;8," q-, Tnly, 5:.A. E. Crichton 10 'RoeAPtv , .i, ;.. Do Robertson i and;' r, tn 3,I

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OVERSEAS SCENES WHEN THE INTERNATIONAL CRISIS WAS AT ITS HEIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938

OVERSEAS SCENES WHEN THE INTERNATIONAL CRISIS WAS AT ITS HEIGHT These pictures received by air • England. Recruits scenninq "'n truits drawing their "kit" before eon untary crosing: int German territory. mail, vividly portray the tension that notice boards before Joining the taring the barracks of the Queen's Bottom Left: Excavating air-raid was created over the German-Czech Territorials. Top' Right . Women Own Regiment. Centre (right): shelters on Plumstead Common, near crisis. and childrep receiving gas masks at Cze?h gendarmerie, customs officials, London. Bottom rights Frenchmen Top Left : Anxious to fight for a London depot. 'Centre (left): Re- soldiers and civilians, making a vol. called to the colors, changing from S?" " . . civilian into military attire,

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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CONCRETE SWIMMING POOL SUGGESTED BIG SCHEME SUBMITTED BY SHIRE ENGINEER. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938

CONCRETE SWIMMING POOL SUGGESTED BIG SCHEME SUBMITTED BY * SHIRE ENGINEER. During: reonit years the needl for conireto. swimming baths has, . been a topic of conversation dur. ing the peak. periods of the sum 'mer, and with the object' of mak Ing a definite move in'-.the matter, a-moeeting was held of Contral riding 'counclllors on Tuesday, at which the engineer submitted a big scheme of establishing . baths at the spot on the river behind the "Ensign" office. Tile engineer consldenrcd thatL the only tangible syheneo was the con structluoi of baths beyond the malin bridge. This wouldl enta!l.an expen diture of from ythrom nytll om tru000 to :H800;, of which hIe connldered that they coutld recclve I grant froml the Ciovernment in at three-fifthe IHols. He thought thait o lenlhome could rl) dovised whereby thie ti;owHnleople could he askiill toneaslnt ht the way of 'contrllutlhon and that. with thle ts sletttnce of. the-Council .nned the Gov. ernment hoths worthy of the' town could Ie...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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NIGHT TENNIS AT BENALLA PROGRESSIVE MOVE BY LOCAL RESIDENT NEW AMERICAN METHOD OF FLOOD LIGHTING INTRODUCED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938

N IGHT TENNIS AT BENALLA PROGRESSIVE MOVE BY LOCAL RESIDENT NEW AMERICAN METHOD OF FLOOD LIGHTING INTRODUCED. -- Tho abovo photo, which was takeon from a roof come dictanco from tteo court, showo several local playors in action, under the latest American flood-lighting method. During recent yenr.. .rapid strides have taken place. in the dlevilllltUent. of fleonlila and the potentlailllles of the district are far Ibyond the con ception of the rverage. permon. It thi advancemnent. eport. has t. lken, ii hig.part In the. ocinl. activities of the, town. To possess a tennIsH :utrli which allowe the glllne Ito be,IplaYed either day or nig"ht . I not b)hyo?'1d the rdream of AMr C. it. I-Int, :of Ianrly Street, flenalla. lie its i(niro(ducedl the very latest In American method ofr, floodllight andl the new court :was olflically opened: ont Thurtdlray even Ing lasnt In the presence.. of a large gathering. . . , Mir I-huf, who halls fromn T.ockhart. and who.;i.s in- a keenI follower of both ....

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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CRICKET CHALLENGE BY "THE GANG" [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938

CRICKET CHALLENGE BY "THE GANG" IN rcsponse to a challenge IHsued by "The Gang"-- Juvenles of B3enalla VWet-a team of budding Bradmanm and O'Rlellys met on Sun da, to uphold their name 'by hmeet ings the Rovers team, captained ly Lon Stevens. The conditions of the challenge were that boys of both teams had to be under the age of 12 years. Some who (inlliied were very hefty for their age but, neverthelecs, they were acdopted, There wan definite proof that lIlInalla. climate could grow robust y.ltH. Mr Jack 'rTlochino, who Inaugur ated the Ilon of friendly lmatheHll nmnng liyHn IB lenalla, should feel very prolid of the sillccee of the day's outing, for the game was played In the retal sporting spirit. TIo, together with lrIr Taloclino displayed klcon Interest and generruslsy sNppllied drinks and biscuits for the teams. It is to be hoped thilt othier will give I little mnoral sllupport to the callse. Precisely at 2 p.m. the captnins tosedl andl the Rovers won and opened the innings, w...

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