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LORD AND LADY HUNTINGFIELD LEAVING MEMORIAL HALL AFTER OFFICIAL DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 28 October 1938

LORD AND LADY HUNTINGFIELD LEAVING MEMORIAL HALL AFTER OFFICIAL DINNER. Front Left to Right.-Cr. E. W. Blesko, Cr. M. P. Cleary, Cr. P. Wiedemann, Cr, T. Hanlon, Lord Huntlngflold, Lady Huntinfield.

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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VISIT TO THE BABY HEALTH CENTRE New Furnishings Effective LADY HUNTINGFIELD IMPRESSED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 28 October 1938

iVISIT TO THE 'BABY: =.,HEALTH, CENTRE;. :.. New Furnishings Effecti've LADY ..HUNTINGFIELD IMPRiESSED., -`For the viasit of Lord 'and Lady Huntingfield on "Saturdsaymorn=; Ing tlast, the Baby Health Centre' looked most. effective with r'its new furnIshings anid wealth of flowers.. -"A soft; and restful effect was achieved., with :the . Introductioil of roen. nas the prredomlnatlng;, color. Curtains" and'cuhbloneri: of . green, In cottagee 'weave. with hnrlzoiitnl : otrlpes of' putty ' aind henna.? were strilt ng yteffeetive:` Matctiltn'g' rug otopt! 'out In rellef ngainst the .soft irw?L f the':floor, whilst: cover and blanketo of green blended hnrmonib-' ously wivlith the urnihingoi.: ' 'ThV.AT'?... (Mrs . E ~ Thompson and 'MInis Sbhacklelon) ' In. thelir reen amockse con pleted the. color ichemeie"'" Another item of tnterest wan the' now.deslgri In garme'tflt. Thende were dioplayed in. glanc comesta alohig ehn will; and comprised a full', .eot of tndtllralohf or. playiandrew gwe ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 28 October 1938

DON'T BE: L'AUGHED ,.AT: see '' E-Ron. Banfield. See Ron hefore you go fishing, i'1!RON.; BANFIELD. icr L . FISHING TACKLE AND. Bridge Street, Benna.I SPCIA::I ?"OlCp',: '`, E ?E .BRO WN CARRIR STR EET. BENALLA, ,chimneya Cleanted from' 3/-I upwards. Kniveas Seis ori, a BIinder Orders may. be left with J. Coch. neas,'Bridge Street. Phone 202.,, = ' - s'r. :Cosx Bros ,.have a. Itne comprehenivre range of all thal :s new in SoorltsWear: their' comirnie e stock ri on displa~io r : hir M s : De' p t. n C, x .£ .i.'io t 128 IOIJK.. STI.REET .ZAlso o hj r ra I irnrosdi, Hed can 'isrr / c r'rrr ':, .. "/riIrS.'" irlo vp?rr.orr d.. a' ! MELOURNE'S LEADING CREDIT STORE Vallender's for Men's . Wear EVERYBODY SAYS VALLENDER'S IS THE BEST HOUSE FOR DRAPERY, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOE1 ,HUGH THOMBON'S BOOTS AND SHOES,, 10/6,. 1286,'18/6, 17/6;21/. R OSSITER'S BOOTS' AND SHOES, 8/6, 10/6,. ?6?.',' ' - ':i:',;CASTLEMAINE BLANK TS, 17/6, 20/, S0/, .40/.:' .'' MARCELLA AND. HONEYCOMB QUILTh, 1/8, 20/ ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 28 October 1938

The Greatest Attraction this Year FOR THI-RE RIG NIGHTS. TURDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY OCTOBER 29th, 31st & NOVEMBER lst' : S uper Matinee, Saturday, at 2~ i You will want to see it again and .gpni Deanna Durbin in "MAD ABOUT MUSI& ±B:ENALL T TA. L'1 ( ":9i . £·

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DOGS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 28 October 1938

'JUDGE M=Ar Andero, .Lara. ST IWARD-Messmrs O H Deeailly .(chief steiaird)',,and..H.. 0 Davis: ' Greyhound Dog-C' Harris 2, J. B dGreyhoun'd'.? ?tch;i -H:;" Lane: i ' and 2 ^ '.Border. Collie '.Dog: or Bitch.--H. J. iox'. 1, Victor GOodnian 2.:, - -:Kolpl: Bitch.-Bryans O'Dnnell ,1', J. * 'Polnter'O " Dog.-F:: oar'on .F1, M. .Hunphr,.y.1 2. ox Trro;,Do.- . w. Scott 1, Miss; Ma yACing'2,. "Fox~ioerrier;Bitch. .W.? ? Scott 1, Milss'e.lMSrytKCing 2.,.?:,: -, .:rhis hii rrier;Dog'or Bitch.-Mrs W. Steel ,, -.:. +. ". , . .- . SPellneq og, or Bitch.F. Wittlng ,Cokr?r'kpan!ol Dog .? W.: Young' .land: .L " 2.:A.; . r '. Setter :.(a.6v) Doqg orb hitch.-Mrs ' MW. Steel 2t,-,'Leslt Squires 2ij : V"+,Ponmeranlan Dog or Bitch;- Mrs A. J: Robinson' 1, Marjorle Freeland 2.. Airedale .Dog :or Bitch. MHrs W:.H. McNeilly', 1 and 2: `'Retriever` ;.+Dog.--L. . J. Squires 1,, o?inald 'Maslem 2.:; "? F.` "; " ,. Retriever Bitch.-L. Squire+ 1 Roland' Maslem 2a'3 :, 'J> " '= : ' . ' Anyr' Other 'Variety...

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MOTHERS' CLUB HOLDS BIRTHDAY PARTY ENJOYABLE AFTERNOON AT MEMORIAL HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 28 October 1938

MOTHERS' CLUB. HOLDS. BIRTHDAY PARTY' ENJOYABLE 'AFTERNOON 'AT MEMORIAL HALL. The Benalla West School Moth' ers' Club celebrated yet another "birthday"l yesterday,:- afternoon,, when a pleasant social afternoon ,was held at the.Memorial Hall. The hall lhad been attractively arran' ged with bowls of neasonal flowers by Mesdames Richardson . and. Crichton. The president, Mr s: Warhurst, wel comed all the visitors, anid She was ansisted In 'seeing that everyone spent a jolly time, by? the energetic secre tary, MTrs L. Nicol;. An enjoyatble programme had.;been arranged, ' and included items'.by pupils of Miss. :Catherine Pekins. Three items were given bye Pattie Perkins, Pat McCrlckard," Merlde Had den, and Masters Ron McCrickard,. KevinHurley and. Harold lhodes:; Miss Perkins gave an overtcure, whilst Miss Ethel Vincent and MrsI Hawkins, oi the steel guitar were very enter taining. Mrs Victor 'Say (seonr.) the' oldest ex-pupil of 'the school: blew, out the candles on the 'cake, those ,...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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CIVIC RECEPTION AT SHIRE HALL THE APOSTOLIC DELEGATE OF AUSTRALIA (DR. PANICO) PAID A BRIEF VISIT TO BENALLA ON MONDAY LAST, AND WAS ACCORDED A CIVIC RECEPTION BY CR., T. a'B. COOK, ACTING FOR THE SHIRE PRESIDENT (CR. W. MacGREGOR) [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 28 October 1938

CIVIC RECEPTION AT SHIRE ,'! r.L THE APOSTOLIC DELEGATE OF AUSTRALIA. (ON. PANICO? PAID A BRIEF VISIT TO BENAL LA ON MONDAY LAST , AND WAS ACCORDED-A, CIVIC RECEPTION BY CR., T. a'B. . COOK, ACTING FOR THE SHIRE PRESI DENT. (CR., W. MacGREGOR).. Dr.~P:anico .wan ccomnpaniled by. the BlshopL, If Sandhurst (Dr. McCarthy), Blsholi I-. Ryan (the newly-dppolnted Blohop , of Towisvllel),. 'Monhlgnor liahonoey (Sheipparton), .Meonslgnor Oiloes (Dr. Panico's privatoe ecietary):, Rev.; lathers Bartlett (Sydney), Egan: (WVangaratta) and O'Reilly (Mentilla). Cr.L Cook in extending a welcome on behalf of the Shire . Council, said that ho was pleased Dr. Itanico hnd Included 13onalla in his tour. ofa the country centresn Many thousands'of adheronts of all. denomintilons were prayinJg fervently that the Christian churches might staind close together in the o'hope of? bringing about that peae on earth and goodwill towards all incn which they had been scelting for two thollland yetirH, anid Ho over...

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Papal Delegate Passes Through Benalla [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 28 October 1938

Papal Delegate Passes Through Benalla Front Row.-Rev. Father O'Reilly, Mr R. J. Murray (shire secretary), rr. Hugh Ryan (Bishop of Towns* Ille), Cr. T. a'B. Cook, Dr. Panico (Papal Delegate), Dr. McCarthy (Biehop of Sandhurst). Back Row.-Cr. 'r. Hanlon, Cr. J. T. Ingram, Cr. E. W. Bieleke.

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SWINE [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 28 October 1938

STEWVARDS.-Messrs M. ' : B. Meadows: (chlilet istoward) . Hora 1 3orkhl;re Sow, over 12' montls,. Dooklo Agricultural College -, : iBerkshire Boar Uinder :12 month. tDookle Agrioultura`lColl ogege e. .'' 'Berkeshiire Sow; undor .12 inonthlis Dookle Agricultural College; . M.aiddloe 'Yorkshie :Boar.-Dookie??k tM lddle S'.'Yorkshiro B.Sow.-D ookle Agrloultural' College .; and 2.1 - "Large, White Sow, 'or e12 months. Dookloe Agricultuiral Collegoe&}; Large White Boar, under 12 months -Dokle'Agriculturnt College. ? Tamworth Boar, over 12 month. A.o., Evans:l 1 iand chamipion. .Tamworth Sgoow , over 12: months. Dookie Agricultural College 1 and cha Tamwdorthi; Boar, ;,nder'4nonths Dookieo Agrlcoultral' College: Taimiworthi Sow,; under 12 ;months. DoPkle ;Agricultural College".,' Sow andiLitter 1 .H.E Hancock1;

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TENNIS ALMONDS v. GOORAMBAT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 28 October 1938

TENNIS , :ALMONDS v. GOORAMBAT. "Th)o Almonds .tennis team visited Ooorambat' on Saturday last. Tho final results ended in a win of six gams., for thb "home team. The re sults of the sets were as follow, (home team mentioned first): J. Roseoo and T. Carlyon v. J. Wil Willis and F. Miartin, 7-9; v. L. Symes and A. IHargroaves, 9-2; v. J. Har greaves and P. Sprlggs, 9-6; E. Ferris and K. Flood v. A. Hargreaves and L. Symes. 9-5; J . Hlargreaves and 1'. Spriggs, 5-;: v. J. WillIs and F. Mar tin. 9-8: R. Saunders and L. Trewin v. "J. Willis and F. artin, 6-9; L. Symes and 'A. targreaves, 9-3; v. J. Hargreaves and P. Spriggs, 9-2; MiIs 0es James and Flood v. Misses Ralph and Siltinders,?'6-9: . -Misses A. and W. Cooper, 9-6; Mrs Waller and Miss G. James v. MIsses A. and W. Cooper, 5-9; v. Mleessg Ralph and Saunders, A-9 TRANSFER OF HOTEL.-Mr T. 1? Bourke, son of Mr and Mrs T. Bourke,' of Benalla, who, until, recently con ducted the Prince of . Wales Hotel, Seymour, has leased the Butts'....

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 28 October 1938

DR. HUGH RYAN BISHOP OF TOWNSVILLE

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"THE GANG" MEET "EASTENDERS" INTERESTING CRICKET DUEL. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 28 October 1938

'"THE GANG" MEET '.'EASTENDERS" INTERESTING CRICKET DUEL. On Sundy "Theo Gang" met a team from the Last-end. calling themselves the "Eastenders"' and an enjoyable afternoo'i wua spent by :all, specta tors included. ,The. "Eastondera" won the toss and sent "The Gang" In on a gopd, wicket. The manner -in which Captain Ken Lakleman handled the .team was very creditable and the team gave 'a grand exhibition of Holding, no chances .be ing missed. The opening `bowlers, Bruce: Smith and Kingsley Bremner, were at their top and soon had- "The Canig' Inn trouble-no' batsman being able to: make it stand. By quick changes In tie :bowling "The Gang" were all out for a very poor score I rune 'The Enatendern'" found' the bowlers of "The Oiang". on the o;spot also, but the 'lelding was nolt quite oas gpod as seoenll clhances were missed, which einabledlthelm ,to make a total of 36 : 'Ti Garing" uiiilled' themselves to gether and fought back gamely, mak ing 43 runs; leaving the,"Eastenderse" S17 -ru...

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LADY HUNTINGFIELD AT MEMORIAL HALL Meets Representatives of Women's Organisations MANY BENALLA RESIDENTS PRESENTED TO HER EXCELLENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 28 October 1938

LADY HUNTINGFIELD AT MEMORIAL HALL Meets Representatives of Women's Organisations MANY BENALLA RESIDENTS" PRESENTED. TOi HER EX CELLENCY.' S HorTL after her arrival at nLn allat on Friday e'vening last, Lady Huntingileld visited . the Memorial Hall for' the' purpose of mooting t~he reproesentatives of tlhe varlott worn on's organisatlons In the town. She was roecolved by Mrs,, T. V. Cowan, hostess for the Bontla Slilre Council, who wasoasslsted by Mrs i. J, Mhlr ray in presenting the following repro . sentatves to Iler Excellency: Mrs 1V. C. Westacott (Baby Health Centre). Mrs D. Harper "'(Health Centre -Mothers' Club). MIrs Williams (B3ush Nursing H-lo pital). Mrs LT. Jenkyn (Country Women's SAssociation). M.Mrs G. Say (Blind Auxiliary and Local'Associlation of Girl Guides). Miss'Joyce Jackson (C.W.A. Youn ger Soet). Mrs A. Roscoe (Rt.S.S.T.L.A.. Aux illary). : Mrs: D. H. . Blair (District Commis sloner Girl Guides). M Jrs 3G. O'Shea -(Ladies'. Benovo :lent Society). : ilsA A Dumff...

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CRICKET NOTES THIRD ROUND TO-MORROW [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 28 October 1938

CRICKET-- NOTES THIRD ROUND TO MORROW , THE " thlrd-"match ot:?tho first r? oun wwll b1t'e commenced to morrow at 'ternoon, 'with ,Benalla.. West; ;Ba?dan ginnle, Devenih ?and an Oooraninat heading with one wln, and( opi' dr"".'· game each; r'followod by: Benalla' Violet Town and Railways who ha`ve each won one ,game ' and lot oneb. "Diggers, :Stewarton'and Footballers have each played two rIriwtn irni,?e whllbg Doolle College, Gboomiaihie'lland Friendly, Societies with 'one drawo inl one loss each have no points to their credit;'and 'Methodist willl two 'defeats are .whippers-in;.'??? " 'The following match will hi' plvrnl on "the grounds "of thel fIi rt .named. club: Diggers' v. Violet Town :? ..,. ' Friendly: Societies' V. Footlhllet.' Dookl? College. v. DBoenalea entersy Decenish v. enall a'` .'.' THE TEAMS Z SDiggers. SD. l cKkenzle. olkw'. H i .!yk B uli . p Mars, N. "Clarki . : ' .S4latterS, ;. Criohton, 'JKilln ritck, I. rhyr'.' Lowe,'i.' iLandrigen;. :e12th 'minIlh Kennedy:...

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WINNER OF FIVE CHAMPIONSHIPS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 28 October 1938

WINNER OF FIVE CHAMPIONSHIPS f The Chhampio l, uatralorp owned by Mr H. 0. Davis (Benalla,. which has '.Nwon chainionPi 4iiPs at the recent Shepparton poultry'show, Cobraim,' . SCorowa, Wangaratta and' Benalia Shows..

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SHEEP [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 28 October 1938

SHEEP '3UDGES:-Southdown: H.I Peckl Melbourne;, Long Wool:' John jBott YarraWoonpga, Down,:Breede:s1rE.' W Ham,i doorambiat Corrliedale Sheep and Perni Breedig es" Coiln Tuirn buille'Wodderburn 'Export ILambe ind Pen Fat Sheep: Rossi Grant,''Mel bourne. ' STEWARDS:- Mr Gee. :Crawftord (chiefii wtewird)ii Merino 'Sheep Fat Sheep ianid Lambin Mesanris G'. Craw= filrd;aiidT J. E:. B'owderni. '?-*Eiport I.antbs:j li'earsJ.1 :P. Wallace, ` Crlliy E i MMoinds ? `and jEf. A-' Cooiper. .Qt herSheep: ,Messre Jack Cooor- P .J:Weldemnann, i.M.Clarke, i. D. Bakewell I; Ledger.' 71~ RTm {i over-lI j"tyears.-A.'" OlIver Ram'" ande~r l ii Ycar&-A , Oliverr1 Ewe widerY1ji-years A OlIve Ctiabtarlo Ram~ OlIver '. '`-Capin ; Oier tý .,., g","'-tý' :yS{lw!Tý C1 Y; rt;t' ýý;i1 .4 MERINOS. `Ram, over 1 years.-A.: Oliver. *;Ewo. over ?ij ears.-P. McLean. Ewe, under '1 years-P. McLean R COMIEDALES f 'Rham, overw.llyeornA. C. Head ;?'and Son 1 and '; ' Cowan" 8?? Ram eunder I,.yearn-ia C Head;' ant....

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The Export Lamb Exhibit GREAT INTEREST IN "ENSIGN" CUP WON BY G. H. SHERWILL (Benalla) Cr. H. H. Wallace Defeated by One Point. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 28 October 1938

The Export Lamb Exhibit GREAT INTEREST IN "ENSIGN" CUP WI :ON BY; G. H., SHERWILL (Benalla). Cr. rH. H. allace Defeated by OneiiPoint. ' ::Althou'gi It wls thouehtthat adverse weather conditions 'would 'effect the export: Iamb? section this year, there was a ganeral ,expres 'siton'°throughout the two' daym that it was e=the - beati?exhibit in the show. Cr. Wallace, who had swon the "Ensign'"cu?"twice and only feated by G. H Shorwilll (Benalli) by one point. T he quality of the exhibits, tauibng Into consideration the neasonal.candl tions. wia a aulllelent?.proofl thitt the Bonalla dlitrict waso outstandillng for the export of Inmbo. Thli year's win .ior. W, II. Sherwilll, wn' now ox-. hlbltor into the Ileld, and won by, ono point ahead before the kill, which 'he .held on the final count... There wore only threo:points dividing first, second eand third. which wasn. sallelent prdoi. boftheohilgh'quallty of the exhibits, ,Mrr, P. Trewln, who.also wonr thoecup pon a previousa occasion, ...

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THE VICE-REGAL ESCORT [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 28 October 1938

THE VICE-REGAL ESCORT Members of the 8th Light Horse at the showgrounde where they were inspected by the Governor. Left to Right.-Troopers E. G. Palmer, Ray Cogger, JackBradshaw, Peter Murphy, Jim Robinson, Neil Christensen, Les Casey, Sergt. H. Sheppard, Troopers C. Pearmane, Sid Cogger, Jack Pock, Jack Drury, Keith Langlands, Vin. Williams, Lieut. C. Nason (Troop Leader) in front.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 28 October 1938

MORE MILES BETWEEN OUARTS IN the hottest and coldest weather. . over all kinds and con. ditions of roads, truck owners have proved the lower consumption I T of New Texaco Motor Oil. Texaco's triple refin i ng process removes . all waste, such as gum, tar and other carbon. forming elements... giving you 100% oil. That's 'why you get "more miles between Squarts" when you use i10241 New TEXACO MOTOR OIL A. MILLER AND CO., BENALLA. LIDGERWOOD BROS., DEVENISH. W. J. TONKIN, GOORAMBAT AND THOONA TODD & O'BRIEN FUNERAL DIRECTORS 55 CARRIER STREET, BENALLA PHONE 461 BRANCHES THROUGHOUT THE NORTH-EASTFRN DISTRICT MR. N: TODD has just rosinoed the mannuorship of Geo. Diggle, Funeral Directors, after 18 years' ex porienca. CIVILITY AND ATTENTION. - t l}lllllintllllll ii l llll | lilill l lll lllllllllll[lll llll ] Il[ lllllllllllllllllllllllll illllllllll[lllllllll t ] llllllllll ic l i For Your Supplies" of Fodder Etc. Evans Grain and Produce Co Carrier Street, Benalla PHONE:-DAY OR N...

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"WILD AUSTRALIA" 20th ANNUAL TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 28 October 1938

"WILD AUSTRALIA" S 20thANNUAL. TUR. A LAltGI audience Is expected to witness Thorpe McConville's thrilling "Wild Australia" Rodeo and Circus performance to-morrow night in the Benalla^ showgroundsl . ' Champion' horsemen from*ill States famous buckJumpers, -Including the "Rocky Ned" "and "Bwanee", wild bucking bullocks, donkeys, mules and ponies, with a variety of clover acts, will combine In presenting an enter talnment worth coming a long way to see. Prsparsedto Back "Rocky Nod" .. or £10O The manngoment ls prepared to back "'Itocky Nod" for £100 to throw any rider from a hunting and-lie in less than 30 seconds. This outlaw in 30 years old and perhaps the greatest buckJumnper in Australia to-day. .Thorpe M:Conville ilnt who luH tout(red? the . Common wenlIthl with nuiy splendidh tennit, of famouts horsemen ti rt unrivlttted ilenckJulilllng hortes. 11l wit sfatne an a htirenuttmn in Lonhndon on ilt hnistorte oarl.nton.l? and afterwardUs tullreI tileh United Staten aItd Cltlunat wit...

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