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"WILD AUSTRALIA" COMING TO BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938
"WILD AUSTRALIA" COMING TO BENALLA.' j1'HE 20th, annual tour t?f Thoripe McConvillle' famous. "WIhI AuH tralla" rodeo and circus which opened, to " very. large audlience lat Saturday In- ?lbury, Is announced to appear In Benalla' showgroutllds on Satutlrday. weelt 29th Inst " Tho .whole outle, Includlng "ltol"ky Ned" and :'Swannie" with 4011head of plckpd huckjumplers.. is travelling the whole State by means of ':uliK?motor transports. : lo . , Prizes will be offered locnl" riders o hucking bullocks, donkeys, moles and "ponies, and the management Is Ipre pared to bhack "Rocky Ned" for £100 to throw any; rder, from a huntlnr' saddle in lo.ed than 30 secon ," . I.?.lin a minute on the Iack of. "wi?ntie'" will earn prize qf '10;1 n? r Clever clrcu acts will comitrle tit" trapeoze, wlr walking. juggllng, tumh lIng, clow'ning, rope sInning, whip cracking, high jumplng and dlvhing dogs. Balley's.posing ainlmals, etc. "Wild . Australlia is a good clean show thait women and children, cran e...
BENALLA SHOW TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW. SPLENDID EXHIBITION PROMISED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938
BENIILLA SHOW TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW.-, SSPLENDID EXHIBITION PROMISED. The Benelle Agricultural 8ndPii-, toral Society -will stage its 1st:: Annual Spring. Show toadays ad > to-morrow, 21st and 22nd October. . Everything is in readiness for .a record show and perhaps;: the, finest .. exhibition, ever presentedLi to the 'public by the Society. In all * ectlons thebo entrle' arc splendid, the stewards.'vill havo a busy time, but with thleir past experi ence willl bo-able to' handld. the'ex hlbits. There' are exceptlinally large entries In horseso, ;attle, ';:sheep and poultry., Theffancywork .' this year will provide:thi ladle.s with sonlethlng to examine and admire. Never hoford In the history of the society hna such Sa display: of lexcellent work been ex hiblted at this show. The ently: in -these .classes totalobver 400,"i?nd com' ptltlton: will l be very keen. A gliince through 'the entries will be sufficient to convince anyone: of the..nplcndlid .exhibition a...
RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938
RIFLE SHOOTING BENALLA Riflf Club ahot ngoliot , Euirboat clilb; obn Saiturdhc.lik ·1aoni ; tho Bonallan rangie; and wore defeated by onei?olnt. Owing' to the poor llght .the: 000 &lt;yards''rango wans bbnn-' .da:''onod the iscores ?.:elng:-?Iuron l17 ( S H? o?boe berger? O1434l' p aint)? p~* -l
ZASU PITTS AND JAMES GLEASON AT THE BENALLA TALKIES SATURDAY (SHOW NIGHT) AND MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938
ZASU PITTSI AND JAMES GLEASON AT THE BENALLATALKIES SATURDAY (SHOW NIGHT).AND MON AY I OUR tavorlite lautghter team: are S her a'nin to;ve l:.? you :':laughter "unlimited, and. thrills galore. ' Also screening .,Bulldog Drum mond returns to tho,scrooeenn in another smashing "Sapper" story.: wilth John Howard ,playing thein pirt: '.bf Drum mond. The new. -picture osl entitled "Bulldog Drummond. Comes Bachb" with a cast' headed' by' John ".' Barry more, Louise' Campbell?and Reginald Denny. :'Bulldog, Drummond Comes Back" :' Paramount picturoe in the story 'of Drummond a fight against a ruthless . gang 'of .crlminals who kid nap ;his :flncee,?In, a mad chae- aill over. Englrind,?:wVhich ond (n a breathless .'cliinmax with' Drummond .and his'frlends at'ba ln, a fight t for their :lives. The picture was directed by Louis King. ,'*9.' Together with an v Ouir Gag ' Com cdy, ::Color Cartoon' and .News;i"; " Note.-VWeather"pormtilttrig \we. will screen In both :theatres- show""nifght. Book n...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938
- PERSONAL The o"Back to School" was the maln centenary colebration'i function ,at 1Vangaratta on Tuesday, when numn hers of former, scholars'. from all parts of the State and N.S.W., took part. "A y"Back, to Docker's': Plains" was held.' Mr James .Clancy ,of Ben alln' who was In charge of the school from 1923 tp' 1928'. was present, and at the "hack to school" he was the "head masteor"; ])uring last'week-end Miss R. Led ger, Mrs J. Rees and Mrs' Gee; Mnc Cartny -and her ' small daughter visited Daylosford where they spent' an enjoyable time. At the annual •installation 'of: the' Benalla' branch' of the Masonic Lodge, held on Saturday evening,. last, at, which there wvere prominent' members of the Melbourne branch; present, Mr Geo.e Robinson .was Installed as' Wor shipful,Master. Sister Emanuel (formerly: ;Milssa. Melen King,, of Benalla),. who; arrived in :Melbourne from : abroad last week, was %welcomedon.her 'arrival in .Bon alla on Monday ,last. . During the week she has .had a ...
THE GOVERNOR'S VISIT VICE-REGAL PARTY TO ARRIVE TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938
THE GOVERNOR'S VISIT FINAL arrangements -have' been completed ftor the vislt'[during` the week-end of the Governor of Victoria, Lord Hituntingflold,- who' wll be noa companied 'by Lady Huntingfleld. From the time they arrive at -Benalla railway 'sttation this evening at 7.42 p.m., until they leave on .the return ;ourney on Sunday. morning, they will have a busy time, as an full and care ftully arranged ;'?.programme ,rhas re deived "their.r approval.: Thisn pro grammehas "been previously pub lished~in these columns :' A n attempti i hal boon made by?.the' Shire 'Coulncil :to' ive, "the 'town, an air offestivity by the .multi-colored.' hunting whichl has: been: erected :on the bridge and at the entrance to the Gahdens;,.and it ishoped - that other'" residents; 'wllienter into the spirit: of the occasilon by decorating-busInes:ass, premisesaand homes`s .'to-day. ,Given' ,lie 'weather'itis .lexpected ''that the various. ;unctions which:': have been arranged w`il be alllli attended by t...
DISTRICT CRICKET THOONA AND DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. GOOMALIBEE RAMBLERS v. THOONA. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938
DISTRICT CRICKET I THOONA AND. DISTRICT' ASSO-. CIATION.' GOOMALIBEE RAMBLERS ;v..; THOONA.. .' Goomalibee Ramblers: P. 'Emery," b Nichol .. . 11 S. Burt, b. C.. Gibson: .... .. 45 E. Preston; i A. Ferris... ..:.. 18 D. Hanlon, b ,C. Gibson .. . 8 J. Conway, a C. .;Gibson, b K. Gibson .. .. . .. .. .. O SIJ.'Hanlon, 1b hC. Glbson...-; ... 8 E. Hill,; . h.K Gibson . . 3 B. Hanlon, ar Ferrisl b K. Glgon. 0 'T. Pincott, run out .:. . .... 1 A;:Whitney, b.Ci Gibson . .... . W . Pincott, not out . .. ,.. .. 1 Sundries;. .. . .. .... .. 8 104 Bowling.-A Ferris 1/25, Nichol 1/23, C. Gibson4/34 K. Oilbson 3/13. S'Thoona. C. Gibson b' Burt; .:.. .. .. K; Gibson, lbw; b Burt. .... ;. 24 A. Ferris, b Burt .. . .. 2 K.. Nichol;. b D. Hanlon 1 Ellis;. b D. rHanlon. .. .. 3 GO Bloy, b Burt .. ..; . Irvino,' b P Emnry .I R.' Allan; `C Preston, b Burt ." .. 0 E. Gibson, ?l' Hnlon' .. 4 GO Allans atp., b ConW ta .. . I." Bloy. "riot:'out. .':. ;. 1 Bowling.-S. Burt; 6/18, P. Emery '1/19, D. Hanlon 2...
MOLYULLAH NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938
MOLYULLAHRi NEWS }VERAL" now tiolerhgonellnes, have S hbeen installed: in the district lately. -, . The district,is looking particularly well despite; the dry spell, A fair quantity of meadow hay ls being, har vested. Stock are looking well, and a quantity of freezer lambs, are being trucked fromn the district. Shearing is nearing completion, and many good clips have been reported;: Machinery agents are doing good business,' many ne?, milking plants having recently bieen installed. .Most farmers are at present busy putting In their'summer fodder';, $ -;The Molyullah Bush Fire Brigade Ill4making, preparations for the corn ingseason, and the gquipmlnt is tbe in: put ipordr
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938
Everyone seems to be having a show... from Melbourne to Bandi- wallop;... so we've decided to hold one too, . .. No horses, cattle. sheep, or pigs in the flesh, but plenty of their hide on shoes, boots and slippers. You &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; must see our show; really, it's worth a special visit to town! I4/2.-Blue Kid Court She ued ' M6/.--"Mud Full Spike heap. .Also In he. /- Phtent n 21Green, Navy Blue or. Blue. Tan and Whe .. .lsond t`1"4 /91 T ht 18.. Creole in Blue Yearling Call. ..l. Kh1311 S e i g T4/12.-Green P63/.-lack K id Gusset Court.id Court Spike h A i l' u hed saddle with neat Kid and S pike I eeIs.T heel. Also nn Blue c ARE WELL WORTH M42.2.-"MnIetic"" Blue. Wi ndsor Tan. 2 1o .T a n a n d W h i l e . Y O U R ' I N S P E C T I O N 1 4 / 6 Your Local Williams StoreTies. , HE SEAR PIZt " Shoe. with Kid saddle. Punched Vamp. Spike ..heel.. Also in Blue Kid. 17/T M42.2-. Magnetic" ArR E WE LL WOR -in Blu and. White, • YOUR. INSPECTION 146, Wi Your ...
Benalla District Cricket ONLY FOUR GAMES COMPLETED [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938
Benalli District Cricket ONLY FOUR GAMES COMPLETED. Fins warm, weather greeted cricketers' last Saturday,. but still;-very few batsmen are showing anything like form, the highest score for the day being 57, a fine innings by Kevin Moran who laid the wood on properly in hitting 3 sixers and 6 fours. Several..good bowling per. fcrmancee are recorded, the best being that of W Clhilas. who -ap*' tured 6 Senalla wickets for 19, and bowled really well, and Alan. Ruse sell with 4 for 4 off 7. overs. Run outs still account. for too many wickets, there, being 5. last week and 6 this week? who lost: their wickets by poor judgment. As Benalla Agricultural' Society's' Show takes place to-morrow allF games .hve been suspended 'until next week and this should help in more preparation of the .turf, wickets which ao far have- not had the attention-that Is required for ;;the best in batting results. BEST INDIVIDUAL.; BATTING. ; K. Moran (Friendly Societles), :7. A. McLaren (Goomalibee), 49. L. Corbo...
M.U.I.O.O.F. CONFERENCE THE GROWTH OF THE LODGE IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938
M.U.I.O.O,F. CONFERENCE THE GROWTH OF THE LODGE IN AUSTRALIA. g,. The wonderful progress which has brought "the M.U.I.O.O.F. to the forefront as: one of, the load ing lodges in the liCommonwealth ,. Iwas outlined at their annual con ference which was held in Mel bourne early this month. Bro. J. Roes, of Benalla, who was one of the delegates, gives* a. brief out-_ line of the busriness transacted in tfe following report of conference. The 82nd grand annual movable conference of, the M.U.I.O.O.F. weas opened n the, M U. Hall. Swanimnton Street: byl the Lord. , Mayor of IMel biourne (Cr "Campbell) In the preoonce of a ,large number of. deputies, viol tors, brothren and slatern of the order, on Monday, 3rd; 'of October. ' 1iro. HIolniae P.D.aO.?., of',~ Yinrrn Ynrra dlstrlot .wa appointed aminuto ecnroteary? Bri.C: WarV th, iniispector re turning mo:e Bro?.e Blnack, 'lhodda and, otildlng, ?srutlneer' for the con firence, - ' raCro. Hley; f&lt;lrand Moeter of Now outh .WanlenH il...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938
unblc _Notice Fd ;WISH TO NOTIFY THE PUBLIC THAT I HAVE TAKEN OVER THE T I T OTPREMISES LATELY OCCUPIED ,BY - MR ~E. BRENNAN, AND WILL SHORTLY OPEN AN UP-TO-DATE CYCLE, RADIO AND ELECTRICAL ; GOODS STORE; . o '? ALSO I STILL 'HAVE rSEVERAI'.: " - ?:. ·:: ·GOOD 'USED CARS AND UTILITIES FOR SALE, FROM £35 TO £250;, S CALL AND INSPECT AT 48 NUNN STREET, ,BENALLA SYDN EY A . HYDE S:.3 I NTRODUCING new principles of con struction developed in the great Philips Laboratories, the "Ten Fifty-Two" is the ideal low-priced, all purpose mantel radio for world-wide reception. Of outstanding beauty, the 1052 combines remarkable performance with brilliant tone. It is the perfect instrument for every room in your home. Price £18- 18-0 0 EASY TERMS AVAILABLE P p LIPS AMBROSE DOXEY BRIDGE STREET, BENALLA. Phone 448. . For Your Supplies of Fodder Etc. Evans Grain and Produce Co Carrier Street, Benalla SPHONE: -DAY OR NIGHT, 32 Vallender's for Men's Wear EVERYBODY SAYS VALLENDER'S IS THE BEST HOUSE FOR...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938
Watts,Turnbull & Co STOCK, LAND AND FINANCIAL AGENTS HEAD OFFICEi BENALLA. .BRANCHES.-Wangaratts, Rutherglen, .Dookie, St. James,..", ' Devenish, Violet Town, Euroaq Yea and Mansfeld. Stock Sales also conducted at yarck, Strathbogle,. Ruff? ::. Brimin, Bonnie Doon and Longwood.:, AGENTS FOR : The Famous "Cooper's Dip" (Manufactured in Aus* -.tralla)., The Curator of Estates of Deceased Persons. The Commercial UnionFire Assurance Co. Ltd. London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, and Finance Company. Sub Agents for Australlan Mutual-Provident Boolety... Trucking Agents for Watts, Turnbull and Co., Melbourne. We also have a big selection of Houses and HOUSE AND BUILDING BLOCKS for Private Sale,' ad i?tending buyers should make a point of seeing our Ist. LOANS ARRANGED,:: :Wo'ecan arrange Loans over'Broad'Aores and 'Ewnship Securities at. the Lowest; Current :Rates =rof. Interest. trictest 'Secrecy. WATTS, TURNBULL AND CO 'Phone 17... BRIDGE STREET.. BE IIatlittant111 illll...
DR. JOHN DALE TO SPEAK AT BENALLA OUTSTANDING ADVOCATE OF POLITICAL AND SOCIAL REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938
DR.I JOHN DALE TO SPEAK SAT BENA LA. OUTSTANDING 'ADVOCATE OF. POiTICAL "AND, 'SOCIAL REFOFiM Rj . DALE ais City. -lei?ih: Otlleelr, . hn aon all degreea a.o povorly nnd soriCinl InJtutlce 'thrdigiutlt',the 'city area. I? o has not lhen 'osntlsfed to'.top wlith hlRi dutie ano h'eailth fli cor tfulfil]led, hbt. hua i?nido a careful stlldy of the iuiderlying':; cnuises of such rondiltions, In theo:co mmunityl of to-ilny and hne found the rnme eaisOac lat the rent of extreme poverty and all the forms of 'econriom Insecurity. and stfl.le from which AIustralia Is sauffer lng to-dlyt . d .~Iivlng antltfled himself na to theso luCses he hoe devoted all hisl apare time, to endeavoring .to give the com -murilty. the lCome knowledge. To this end he has Iddreseed almostlneotntleem large pUiblio meetlnta .throughotlt the clty. and 'pburhls. tlsidents' of*IBOn Salln?a"should indt mini the .opportunity of ho'irlng':this experlerlcd ,and well Informed. :peakor pn. Sunday,,n 30th :'Otob)1 rt;.;ia 0...
ELLSWORTH'S FOURTH EXPEDITION TO THE ANTARCTIC [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938
ELLSWORTH'S FOURTH EXPEDITIONW TO TSHE ANTARCTIC Expedition; ship. "'Wyatt Earp" carrying supplies' for two years will be arriving at Cape Town, South Africa, about the middle of ;;this 'month. The 135 foot motorship, "Wyatt Earp". floating blase of Lieut. Comdr. Lincoln Elleworth's fourth expedition' to 'Aritarctica, sailed from-- New " York on =Augifpt 16th bn t??h' e ' :,000 mile voyage to Cape Town, eon route to the Enderhy.Coast of the South .:Polar .The '"Wyatt Eairp''"huid Ta irved in New York two. weeks ;'previously from Aalesund, Norway, tying up first in theeHudson;.River'and then at the seaplano ramp at Floyd Bennett Field to take on .two years' supply of fuel and provisions and ,the expedition's two airplanes. The vessel' waited only for high tide of early morning to leave the 'Jamaica Bay side of the airport and proceed under the Marine Parkway Bridge and across Rockaway Inlet to the open sea. Eighteen men, Including a medical orfcer, two airplane pilots and a radio ope...
REV. FATHER H. RYAN CONSECRATED AS BISHOP. BENDIGO CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938
REV. FATHER H. RYAN : CONSECRATED AS BISHOP. YBENDICO CEREMONY.171' ETf ?'Apostolle Delegate of iAustra lasln. (Dr. Panlco) performed the ceremony of consecration of :theRoev. Father Hugh :Edward lRyan ans Bihop ofeTPonmaville In ,the RSacred Heart Cathedral. Bendlgo, on' Tuesday. , Tho ceremony ',}vn attenderl h many ,dignltarles~ :of . tho? l ma Catholic Chlreh? of .jVlctorl?i New South Waleas; ndi Qtleennland+ -. The enio conserrating iprelites wre the C? nidlutor "Archhlsho ot f ;vdSney (Dr, allroy)vli.id'th'e Blhiop of ~ o ol burin(Dr. Mchieire) - Dr' Rjn; 'I taklng Dr. McOulresn place anI'ishlop of Towhsaville. " Arc: hlcbishop Panlc an elt hrby -Monslgnor . Hiles and! M:;ongno" nanhoiny,: Archhlhoip (,ilyroy wanr; n alsted ',y th'e Rev Fathorm.l, Auhburn nnd Bfint Bihophp Mrcultre was ns elisted h?, theIRev' Fathorts D Kelly and Swieeney, hind ther nwci hlshii hb the Rev)~ Fath'ers :Jf awled n iand A. Owons . ;iTheceremony wa' dllrected .by.the Rev."Father T, CahillI assisnte...
TENNIS UNITED FRIENDLY SOCIETIES' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938
UNITED FRIENDLY .SOCIETIES' The faei! matches of the opening day tournamerit;of tho United; - Frlendly' Soctletels' Cldub wereo pla?did during the week end: The ultimate winners were?r, Prowd and Mrs Sherwill, who were presented with the ;cups by Mri OGc McCartney, secretary: of athe Asso clation.' '.Results: Quarter Flnal.-D, ;McKiinnar and lMiss I. Goudio "a bye: K.' Lyones and Miss A. ;Macklan d. H.' McCardel and Miss I.. Murphy, 6-2: J.3 Prowd and -Mrs Sherivll d. J. Ginnlvap- and Miss 3. Anderson,: 6-3; D. Corboy and Miss A. Gouldingad. I, Carboy and Misas A. oiulding, 6-2. SSeml-finals.-K. Lyons and Mliss Mfacklan',d. d: McKinnar and '>,Miss Goudle, 8-4; Prowd and Mrs Sherwill d. Corboy and :Miss A. Goulding; 8-7. Final.-J. Prowd and Mrs Sherwlll d. K. Lyonas and "Miss A. Macklan, 8-; BENALLA CLUB. MeCnCrhers of the Denali a Lawn Ten nls Club are notifled that the courts ill. bhe open for play to-morrow (Sat' urday). A meeting, of the committee ras held on Wednesday evening...
TWO BENALLAITES ON TOUR THROUGH THE NORTH OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938
TWO BENALLAITES ON TOUR THROUGH THE NORTH OF , VICTORIA.' (By W. Ri. Phillips). I EXTREMELY drf condltlons prevail from Benalla to Nallirga; bad -to falr. thereon until=striking the Irriga tlon. Distinctly bad thereon through irrigation belt, good where irrigated, but bad where not.: AllH stock are fat and' beautiful country at Rochester'- and i:lntervening towns. Rochester Is a voery pretty town, well built and prosperous, From there to Bendlgo is very, dry. PFrom. Bendigo to Charlton,: via;. Bridgewater,: Ved derburn, Inglewood,.:is extremely dry. and seems to our eyes very poor. Itis a wonder how peoplo-e makeo a lving. Charlton, a typical. Malleo town; seems to be sprowllng in 'the sand, and for the next 000 miles we-see littlot else. Then on to Sea Lake via Wycheproof and. a few. hamlets. Sandhills, .polar trees, blue', bush, drought strickenr. land with crops' a few Inches hgh 'appear : everywhere. Sea Lake is a pretty little ' town on the inevitable "sand' hll.: As you ap pro...
WANGARATTA'S CARNIVAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938
WANGARATTA'S CAR NIVAL . Eimp Wangarat(a Athlotlc Club will - conduct a cycling nld tug-of-wit carnival on theA howgr'oundt on Snt urday night, 22nd, lnt., when Aus tralla'H clhamploni cycllsta s In l"Bll1 Morltz, "llerb" Ouyntt, Jack Cremir (N...), W. Freebalrn (Sydney) "Lofty" Ltewart, "Alby" Clinton nn( Ion Thomas will be compoting in thl Ivarfout events. * Tug-of-War. Sreat Interest in being taken In thlu eyent alld the champion team fron the (Oullburn Valley-"Klllbt"-wll b6' competing. Thin clnss of pnr .has not bIen held in Wangarattan foi a number of yenrs, and from Inqirlrle that have come to hand from vnrloli towns regarding tcamH, it In antlcel patod ltht thin cfaena o'Bportq Ii b?0 *coming yery popular ,
Local and General [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938
Local and General FINAL;' REMINDER.-An" import. ant. sale of valuable grazing and fat tening lands, sheep, cattle, horses and Implements in the estate of the late Patrick Connolly will .take place at the homestead on Monday next, corn. mencing at 1..30 p.m. Full, particulars can be found in our advertising col. ums or.'from the selling agents, Messrs Watts' Turnbull and Co., and Herbert Ledger, Wann' and Co. GRANT FOR 'MIDLAND HIGH WAY.-Word'"has been received fromn Cr. F. A. Cook. M.LA., that tho'Coun. try Roads Board has approved of the expenditure of £820 for reforming, forming and gravelling 1.08 miles ona the. oMidland .Highway between Ben alla and Swanpool. Thee grant has. been 'made under the Board'as'direct labor'w orks.'?- " ......... : ..... . ..... .:..