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SWANPOOL AND DISTRICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION DRAW FOR THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938
SWANP0OL ;AND DISTRICT.i CRICKET: ASSOCIATION - 'DRAW -FOR THE SEASON. , THEannual meeting of ithe;Swan pool,and District Cricket Ansocia tlon was 'held inthe.Public: Hall and was 'well attended. The president, Mr? G.; H.'Allott, was in'the chair. Deoloegatei weore ' present fromn Tat ong, lBarjnrg, :Warrenbayne, 'Liman South; ,and °Swanpnool: Molyullah? were notrentresented, but ; a ietter was recelvedfrormthem astating ~ that they had re-formied and were willing. to Join the asioclitloi . The balance-sheet how'ed a mall -credit :baiance;> 'EL ECTION OF OFFICERS:. " The electi &lt;iton ofolle bearers or the coming tisecilo rlsultedi a? ifoi oIws:--President, ,.?ir a , Hi: Allott: (re-eleected); secretary Mr `Arch, Stafford; ,of .Swanp.oo. , PRESENTATION TO RETIRING " S". ECRETARY. ."'. The president made ýa presentation to TMr Kellam ..the retiring, necretary,' in recognition of what ;he had doneo for; tihe aAssociation during; the eight, 'ears he has acted as secretary....
Flower Show and Fete at Goorambat C.W.A. Stages Successful Function [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938
filowr Show and Fete at.Goorambat . :CW.A. Stages Successful Function Members of the Goorambat branch of the Country Women's As-. sociation staged a most successful flower. show,.last week when the: t various stalls, which were well stocked, realised the handsome. return of over £30. * .1 * • The:.ofllcial opening ceremony was performed .by Mrs Webb, the North Eastern group president, who- con gratilated the members on their won derful' display. The branch had re cently been- responsible in assisting to raise £100 towards' their• local hall, and the speaker considered that they could not expect too much from that afternoon, especially in view of the bad season., She then 'declarel the show open, and hoped they 'would be most successful. . Mrs C. Ham, the president, thanked all who had assisted In smaking the show so attractive. She then enter-. talned judges and .others at a tasty; afternoon tea. The general arrangements were well carried out by.'the energetic secre tary, Mrs Lowry,...
BENALLA LAWN TENNIS CLUB OPENING [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938
BENALLA LAWN TENNIS - CLUB OPENING; In delightful weather, the omi.: ': al opening of the Benalfe Lawn Tennis" Club's season took place. on .aturday afternoon last in the presence f of nearly 200. players and,thelr friends. The courts were In wonderful order ..desplte the dry conditions,. "# Excellent organlsation featured the :,,.openling, the amplifying, equipment S being used with 'great .advantage in keeping play going on all the courts, so that despite a huge entry, all but the final of the'men's doubles were" completed. This will be played 7' "on Saturday. ; 'During the afternoon' the offical ceremony of declaring the courts open for play was performed by the president. Mr L. J. Crawford.. In do Ing so, he said that this" year the club had decided to dispense with the official opening by a representative of the -Shire Council,' mainly because time was the'eosence of tloe contract, but the committee appreciated. the co operation it had always received from the shire councillors...
FIELD DAY AT RUTHERGLEN INTERESTING PROGRAMME ARRANGED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938
FIELD DAY ATE RUTHER GLEN INTERESTING PROGRAMME ARRANGED. THE ?annual Farmers' Field Day at' the. Ittitherglen Experiment Farm will be held on Friday, November,4th, commencing at i a.m. In the morn ing vslitors will have an opportunity ofi:lnspectling the crops and Improved pastures In small groups.. At the-con cluslon of the field day last season many vltbrsa who attended In the afternoon only. regretted that theyv had had Insufficient time- to see -the whole series of Interesting. demon stratlons.' In the .afternoon commencing at 1.30 p.m.. visitors 'will be .conducted around' theo"most 'outstanding .of the crops and pastures and descriptions of the work :In progress will be given by Departmental omficers. The North-Eastern district- has been comparatively ;fortunate, In re gard to rainfall this year,' and al though rain Is now urgently' required, -a good soaking In the near ,;future would result In, at ' least, average crops.aid sumiclient pasture to carry the istock Into the ail...
OBITUARY MRS. CATHERINE E. CROKETT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938
OBITUARY The death occurred at Benalla on Tuesday last of Mrs Catherine Elizabeth Crockett, relict of the late Henry Crockett of Benalla. Deceased, who was 76 years of ago, was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs Anthony Crockett, and was born at Mansfield. The late Mrs Crockett was formerly a resident of Yarrawonga, and when her husband relinquished farming pursuits there a few years ago, they came to Benalla to live in retirement. She had been in indifferent health for some time. Her husband &nbsp; pre-deceased her about two &nbsp; years ago. She reared a family of four sons and four daughters, the sur viving members being Stanley (Dev enish), and Douglas (Benalla). The remains were interred in the Yarrawonga cemetery on Wednesday last. &nbsp;
VARIETY CONCERT WELL CHOSEN NUMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 21 October 1938
VARIETY CONCERT WELL CHOSEN NUMBERS. Under the auspleon of the Holy Trinity ladies Guild; a concert &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; programme was given in the Mem ial Hall on Tuesday evening last, &nbsp; consisting of vocaI, dance, elocution &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ary and concert numbers. &nbsp; &nbsp; 1'Fot1r inill 1 tttit(ti of 11i10 Coth. PerkInII1 ollened( the program"imiie with n tioe Itllet, whltch they lierformned l(ith the10 well-trlineod n Hxnnltlce which anlll tll?ay he exlpected fromln puplltiti of thit tnlented t?lcher. The (dttileerH were Plnm anld Nancey A'nnt, Alien l'tawckner, lBeryl Mttrrny. (Ilndym Rn(lell gave it (ilrefll reindering of "'The Denth of .hldy." by tllhel T'lr nolr. leoffrey W\ithllltlloe' ' t Ci'lett no)ho were oIulttlndiniig t heir merit foir ulh it yoiiug pitlyer', olul were munch apllhllided. .Som oe of the ,p pIIIIHe ws uIlnldo teidly haotred by hin inHtet ...
BRIDE CARRIES ROPE OF FLOWERS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 28 October 1938
BRIDE CARRIES ROPE OF FLOWERS -ALE primrose and gold were the delightful shades chosen for her bridql ensemble by Miss- Mary Mor gan for herlwedding on;Saturday, 24th September, .at St. Patrick's Cathedral, when she was married to Mr Kenneth Robert ;Gibson. The bride is the only daughter oflMr J. , Morganr and the bite. Mrs Morgan, of Burrumbeet, and thoe bridegroom is the yotingest son ofI'Mr I'.'Gibson and the. late Mrs Gibsbn;- of Thoona. `'Mi"'Morgan gave .his daughter away. Her' gown was '0of 'pale prinl rose: ninon, made very silmply,, with a"rodde-shaped neckline. and'' softly shirred' bodice. The graceful? train, which'was edged with a:soft frill,' fell from, a fanshaped inset panel, and over it fell her veil of sun-kissed tulle, which was!;held. to the hair with a spray of.real'primroses. .Instead of a bouquet"the bride carried a rope of gold :ri'es and primroses. . Miss Elizabeth .Powell, of Geelong, was the' only bridesmaid, wearing a frook of stiffened, cobweb lace in'. ...
BENALLA AND DISTRICT TENNIS ASSOCIATION DRAW FOR THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 28 October 1938
BENALLA AND DISTRICT TENNIS ASSOCIATION DRAW FOR THE SEASON.' i3ELOt1l i publhhed the draw for the 13enauli and' Dlitrlct Tennin Association, for the' coming -easeon; matches to commen'ce to-morrow (Saturday). The Friendlllly Society Blue and "'" teanm: will play on1 the concrete in the Garden as illuunl, an1d the "Priendly" ociety,' Gold team l will play oln the High School. courts. Misn it. Lcddg/erl has again kindly consented to 'allow the score sheets to be left at her shop caneh Saturday evening. The draw is as follows: "A" GRADE. October 29. St.. Josephl's- v. Frienldly Society lilue. Methodist v. Rallways St. Androw's v. Yin llmrul. '/Vinton V. Friendly Socelty Gold. Novembe'r 5. Friendly Society Blue v. ,oMethodists alilwayse v. St, JuenolPl'R. Friendly. Society CGold v. St. An drew's,. Yin (inrnn V. Wlntto. November 12. Wlnton v. Fri'endlly Socely licle St. AndrewQ's v. Itallwoyn. St. Junoeph's v. Froendly Society Gold. Alothodlit v. Yin 13aritn. November. 19. I'rlendlly Si...
Dinner at Commercial Hotel PLEASANT FUNCTION TERMINATES SUCCESSFUL DAY SPECIAL THANKS TO HOSTESS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 28 October 1938
Dinner at Commercial Hotel PLEASANT FUNCTION' TERMINATES SUCCESSFUL DAY SPECIALTHANKS TO' HOSTESS The .'final offisial function in connection with the Society's activi. ties terminated with the holding of a.dinner at the Commercial Hotel on SatLurday"e vening last. It was regretted 'that, Lord and Lady Hv.ntingfield.weore unable to be present as they had to return to Mol' bourne by train the same evening. Messrs J. McEwon. M.H.R. and Mr Inchbold M.L.C., were amongst the most promirnent visitors. In res ponding to toasts, both speakers referred, to ther'lwondorful success of the various functions, which had'l ben attained by the efforts of the popular president (Mr Joe. Cooper), socretary?(Mr L. C. Neil') and executive. Those present also paid a' tribute to Mrs E. T. Brown, who had acted as their hostess that day.,-.:, Sleildanlce 'J. alclwen and Inchbelld WereO Itia(, llpresent, aind Heated lit the sHame tllhl wnis .the lresHldenlt of the :society, Mr.i Joe. Coper. 'in addition to t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 28 October 1938
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Diggers Hold Smoke Night Minister for Interior Entertained [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 28 October 1938
Diggers Bold Smoke Night Min ister for Interior Entertained ?..ý '. .. " . . .. . , tain Speaking at the Diggers' Smoke Night on Saturday evening, Mr J. MMeowen; Minister for the Interior, said that while they had set saide the staggering amount of over nine millions for pensions, as weol as other 'enimlitments,, they were' f(acd;with the. responsibility which overshadowed 'tho reipori?ibiiity to'returned soldiers 'and that was providing for the national security of Australl|as The -shortoomings regarding defence .had been brought home to them in aMtark 'fashion and they ward planning against eventualities which light arise out of World developmente. The chair was occupldd by the popular president, Mr :Geoe. Nanon, and there was. a large" 'gathering of diggers and visitors present frotm 'BSepparton; Corowa, Yarrawonga, Tungamiah, Mansfied ladnd Caulfleld. OCr A. Heaney; representing the Shire Council,' was a', special guest in ap-. preclatlon'of the generous assistance" ' which has ...
THEIR EXCELLENCIES' APPRECIATION FOR BENALLA ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 28 October 1938
THEIR? EXCELLENCIES' APPRECIATION. ': FOR BENALLA ARRANGE. MENTS. Before leaving Bsnaila on Sat" urday evening last, both Lord, and Lady Huntingfield expressed their appreciation for the fine way in " .ohich their visit t'o, Benala. had been organised, and personally con'veyed .their thanks to the Shir e.Secretary,. Mr Rt. J. Mur ray;.=, the Show ' Secretary, Mr Lonce Neill and the hostesses Mrs T. V. Cowan and Mrs E. T. Brown. Speaking to Mr Murray before the train departed, Lad;; 'Huntingfisld said:-''l want you' to accept my own -and my husband's pers~nal thanks for the way you organised our visit. It haw' been a very pleasant and delightfuil one and we know you must have spent considerable time and'thought in the arrangements which you have .made.
SHIRE LUNCHEON OFFICIAL GUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 28 October 1938
SHIRE LUNCHlEON OFFICIAL GUESTS. A AIONGthCI e pleeeanL na the gIeotH '?I. a-?ln rego.r, lndi Allr T. V1 Cll?ian, ll. m the. a/llltmnil II -II eheon lhehl. at 'the 'Aleiillihi l lail] on Satnllday last, were Lord and L?dy liuntlinglold, Llott. Robinson, R.N, lidr JoTo. Coupler,' A tr (nd Mrs E.. 'i. liruown,' arl and AMfr It. J. Miurray, Ion. J. Alci en.' M.il.ft, +and m rIm ?lcEwen, Sir Johln Ianrris i..C. loi : V. P.' Inchbold AM.L.C. and Alr, Inclh iold, Cr. I..,A.. Cook?L AL,A., r ahbid AAirs W. Say, Li?unt; Nason, Suitt. O'Mullane, Mr and 'Mrs it, CO..Criv ill, A'ir :,?nd irsa: J.' (. Clanon,. iMr ntil Alli i L.i. .Garnon, r. anld Aira ." WaiB?on ?Ir anl' A:Ir L D.: Fitwcl ner, Aliranld ihr' L Chidlw v;tIr anti AIrs. L dIJeriliyn, Atl:a Ju?s.na:n MAr manti Airs: G Nanon; Mrs Lande Neil, Air.nitd i-irs D. E. Bitr, AMi; and mra '.i Oliver, Air and .Miarint l:a'rrl so? AIlr and A:I.rs '.1 W'od, ,Alr JasHp);: Mr C. Elvliih,r Air . W.; Wil. llmas, Mllss Dullield; M .T. T.' Clarkle, ...
CUP WINNERS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 28 October 1938
CUP WINNERS, Winners of the various cups at the .Benalla Show were as- foll Draught. Horse C.up; (donated: by Mr' Joa..Cooper)-W. WI klnson, Yarrawonge.: Cattle Cup (donated by Cr. W.' Mi?cregor).-H :i:.Wallc.e. Sheep and Wool Cup (donated by A..Miller. eind Co.).-D. K.. McMillan; Kilfera Export Lamb' Breeders' Cup (donated by "Benalla. 'Ensign". G H. 8herwilll Benalla. Shoeep Dog Trials (donated by A. E.: Grant).-R. Fortune, Mansfield.' G. J.'; Coles ,Cup '(for :'district knitting esction)-Mrs W. 8rlpth, Wangaratta. Newman Cup (for district ec tion, fancy' work).Mrsi E. M. Cummings.
SHIRE PRESIDENT'S THANKS 24th October, 1938. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 28 October 1938
SHIRE i;PRESIDENTS THANKS 24th October, 1938. To the Editor. Sir,-We desire to express through your columns our sincere thanks and appreciation to the. members of organisations and all other citizens who so ably and. generously assisted to make the v'oit and entertainment of His S?*oilency. the Governor and Lady Huntingfiold so successful. It is indeed very gratifying to know that His Excellency and Lady Huntingfield wore delighted with their reception by the people of Benalla, and that. has only been a4lhvod by the splendid co operation of all rtaking part in the arrangements carried out. Many thanks to you all. WM. MacGREGOR, Shire President. M. COWAN.
KING'S BROTHER TO SUCCEED LORD GOWRIE FIRST COMMONWEALTH ANNOUNCEMENT MADE AT BENALLA [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 28 October 1938
KING'S BROTHER TO SUCCEED LORD GOWRIE FIRST COMMONWEALTH ANNOUNCEMENT MADE. AT BENALLA BY LORD GOWRIE AT PUBLIC RECEPTION 'WHEN VISITING BENALLA ON. WEDNESDAY LAST, LORD GOWRIE,-THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL, MADE THE PIRST COM., MONWEALTH ANNOUNCEMENT THAT THE DUKE OF KENT, .THE KING'S BROTHER, WOULD BE THE NEXT GOVERNOR.: GENERAL OF AUSTRALIA, THE ANNOUNCEMENT, BEING RE CEIVED WITH PROLONGED APPLAUSE. LORD AND' LADY GOWRIE WERE PASSING THROUGH BENALLA ON THEIR WAYrI' ...0 SHEPPARTON, AND DURING THEIR SOMEWHAT BRIEF STAY WERE GREATLY IMPRESS ED WITH THE TOWN, THE GARDENS, AND THE WONDERFUL CIVIC SPIRIT. LORD AND' LADY GOWRIE--WERE ,ATTENDED BY CAPT., J. WINDSOR LEWIS. On' arrival at Bonalla 'on TUesdayii evening,: they were ·'iet by the7 Shirre redsident, Cr. W.'MaacGregor, 'and the shire. eecretary,,Mr II. J. Murray, and. members of. the'Ol riGuides. On 3Vednesday morning, they ar-? rived at ti?e?Benalla .Gardensd7where they were receivedby' the Shire Presil dent (Cr. W,. MacGregor) and Mr...
BUSH NURSING HOSPITAL VISITED RECEPTION BY MATRON FORD. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 28 October 1938
BUSH NURSING HOSPITAL VISITED RECEPTION BY MATRON FORD. OFLLOWINo the civic reception, t6rd, and burly liuntilnkilid paid a vilit to inspection to the lohlH: Nurnin liHospital, where they were reeolved by lliltron Ford, the preldnien Cr'. T n'l. Cook, and thLie lecretary lrl W. 1. Chidlow, andl membiersr or tlie' corillttee. "Lndye1, ifuillntihlleid was presentetl ltlli at hieaut illl l bouquet, alnd lnfti" inelrmbierrs of thle commlittee and atllnf hand een pireenterl, .Their lxrtellen eloo they mnade a tour of inplieetion rrf tie Inslltitution; They 'weore irently impressed with, th e modern appoint meont. of the hosplital, and expreseed plenauro thalt such a epleondld Intltu tion was avilllablo for the sick.