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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

Who Won the Cup ? See the Special Melbourne Cup Film AT BENALLA TALKIES WEDNESDAY THURSDIAY 0'it - V OAJ LI~1 I,.. h-" q3 --ý,,ý ·.A ~~gCOe is S ''~·"4 ·'",- S D A S NEPR ':} 'fr, .-' "{ ý. .:ý;3ý ý" ý~<' ; g .,X^i~',<'-;.S is'. `s. ±t.; +¢.: ýý:y O 'A ms` ý `>y~y:. Rý " ý :ý, fK:"% },ý4ýý``yy°^ýýrtrs ~ AY,:ý ý1.,'f:" ý " S 'ý.ý ;'t' u r, ,,.fxr' h S a ý ,,G. t ,f ·tN yA i'ý:p,! f.;~,ýý {.yý.}`3,; ",y ·.V ; s:``k'` yA Costi a, ·: al m t0 4. _ý `'r;, ý ' ;-; ;:ý; h; ý" l t M r ai18e a ah SPIRI VAhJ:do Sy '<t ý ý` ý'. -sjT:: jf!., .,: %1q0'%r.'ý DISTIBUTNG AENT NEW NSOR'r`. I LADIES HAIR IS THE STRONGEST LINK IN BEAUTY'S CHAIN HAVE YOUR PERMANENT WAVE AT "SAY[U[" SALON

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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THE AREA SCHOOL OF TASMANIA (Contributed by Benn'la Branch Teachers' Union). [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

i:THE AREA SCHOOL OF TASMANIA i (Conltrlllbuhd y ittn'ltln ilrl'Unch '; , T eroiachel' -Unolnlu)i. L ,Vhtra r ih pir-nr i nently it r'iin Slalo, yet, cnah y'eatr we lhnd thIIt the idrif It lihe city In ieciinlng greater anti iriutelrl'. 'rA c?ntlr'itlltr'y fllctor IH the procent seolldlary, currlcullum:- Unlvelt giovelled, ' IL'. ihi aInrgely *acadeoilc. The 'delpres?iusn yicnrt ,nildtl! lUs.1e'lll tl! lmore fllsy thle llecd fior lrmleraed . Lltchnlchl educatlolln-a ldemtntuLd that in lllinlg ilowly filled, .hut tlhic.dooe not ofTer Ia olutlon ito :tie slO-poputlhttonnof mulr rutoi llreal;. The Youlng Fi'lrmor1s'c1 ChIII mnovelnent in an attemlpt to tacktle thisl prohlcmn hut the area eahool moin'ement In Tan mania offers further Ideas that may well be Incrorporated In the educa tion policy of our Rtate; ) Thhe prosent ourrlculllm in develohpd for the city child nnd their adjunt mrnnt to rural condlitions in Ian after thought.' The inJuiilice In oblvious and the counogry child liahn...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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ABOLITION OF POVERTY INTERESTING ADDRESS BY DR. JOHN DALE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

ABOLITION OF POVERTY INTERESTING ADDRESS BY DR. JOHN DALE. "The Memoral .Hall was ,well filled on. Sunday afternoon: last, when Dr. John' Dale, Health Offl. ceri for' the City?,' of Melbourne, gave an Interestlng address on the Abolition of Povirty. The omeet ing was sponsored by the Senalla branch 'of the United Electors of Australia. Mr S. C.?Layton' acted as chairman, I Addresing 'the gathering Dr. Ditlo said that in the ?sphere of the' Inner life of the nations.in the last thirty yoears they had aeen the value of the Idealn of the individual citizens and of democracy.' Actually, they had not had democracy, but'the gradual ex presslon of the Ideals of democracy, and had witnessed one nation 'after another going over to 'dilctatorship. Even in our own ' democracy tlier was a fear that.we'inght have ia dlc tatorshlp or communism. Hor thought that position waits very dreadful. With It were severll illsturblng features, such an the fall of the birthrate In Australia toL. a position b...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Young Australia League [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

Young Australia Leagui ET E Young. Australia Leanguoe is giving Victorian boys and girls, the opportunity of visiting Tasmania and Sydney during :- 'the Christmas vacation in January. - Accommodation ' for a- party of 50 girls leaving dn -January 20th and re-' turning on February 2nd, has b'leen reserved for Tasmania .under the con trol of AMrs Mary Lundqvist, of Mel bourne, andMilss Marjorle, Stewart of the Mildura High School. Uirls' will also be taken to Sydney by train, leaving Melbourne on Jlanu ary 7th and returning on January 7th and returning on January 10th. Mrs Lunqvist will take charge of this tour also, and will be assisted by Miss Joan Carr of Geelong. A party of 50 boys will also leave for Tasmnnlia on January 4th and re turn on January 15th, and the boys' Sydney tour will leave on January 15th and return on January 2Nth. The various tours will visit the same places. At Hydney a trip to 1Katoomlha is Included, as well as a visit to the Zoo, Manly, Wentworthl House, fac...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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FLEMINGTON IMPRESSIONS (Contributed). [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

FLEMINGTON IMPRESSIONS (Contributed). O?vlNa no doubt to the: continued pIrosperity of Melbourne, and the adventl of the female punter, race courneH have of late become uncom fortably crowded. E liven -the meet hardened racegoer must have been amazed to see the'battalion of women lot looeo on. Satiurday Inat. "-. The much vauntel lawn at llemlngton whre -the fair Hex were wont In the old dnayc to preen their feathers, -I now i thing of the pait. !Even the Ilawn is Hocrowded to-day, there Is hardly room to swing thle proverhlal :at. Mllny. tLenalla people were llticedl in the crowd, A few freak heIadreheH O were 'noted, namely two girlc with white /omelette pinn In Ieclilce ofi hatH. Blut mlalnly the dros luig wasIH niforlln and drabh, if one ilcee:llpts tIle sholrt skirts a1111d lon "tlockh11s. The elrl:I of t111e ihahe brought ronll the trollt of tile oll aLyinKg. "Where everlybouly'sn quimebody, i then' nlit os IIanyldylly' Thiin reliilared mnre pithetie an atteimpt on thle part. ...

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BOWLING SEASON OPENED TROPHIES PRESENTED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

BOWLING SEASON OPENED * TROPHIES PRESENTED. In delightful weather, and in the presence of. a large number of bow;lers and their friends, the official opening .of tho Benalla ,-Bowling Club's season took place on Saturday afternoon last.. The duty of performing the opening ceremony fell to the prelsdent, Mr W. L., Chldllow; who apologlied for tihe unavoidable ahsencoeof the shire pre idtlent. Cr. W. , MacGregor, and also Cr. V. A. Cook BM.L.A. Mr +Chldlow traced the history of the club through Its forty years of existenco. The first three greens were put cown near the band rotunda, and then the present greens . providing "for eight rinks were establlhed. Last year the club had had its most auccessful season, na It won the pennant, and it had the largest memblershlp and hest finances, lie urged all bowlers to endeavor to enlist new members, and no swell the numbers. lie expressed regret at the absence that day of one of their bIest members, Mr Alex. i-lair, and anid that they all trus...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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FLYING SCHOOL FOR BENALLA PUBLIC MEETING ON MONDAY TO DECIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

FLYING SCHOOL FOR BENALLA PUBLIC MEETING ON MONDAY TO. DECIDE, On', Monday *eeinng next, Ben ella resldents wTll.decide whether they desire to have : flying training school established at Benalla, and so be in conformity with other centres where these schoole have been commenced. A public meeting, convened by the Shire President, Cr. W. MacGregor, will be held at the Shire Hall at 8 p.m.,.and as this meeting is a most important one, a large attendance of the general public .in desired. Mr Hood, secretary of the Aero Club, and Mr Hlughes, the country instructor, will attend the meeting, and glvo full details of the scheme for ,country, centres .- , The scheme has the full support of the local councll,- and it. now behoves thoe people of the,town and district to show their practical support by at tending the, meeting. ;It is not con lined to those who desire to learn to fly, but anyone interested can take out a membership at L1/1/ per year, and. by this means will be assisting the you...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

Did You Win? On the Cup We ean S... See Your Horse in the'- Speciali :MELBOURNE CUP FILM , at Benalla Talkies WEDNESDAY THURSDAY N: AT THE HAWKESBURY AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE O E . . nU cP.. %, " I I(' . , A"1 O, n .y7 too! This is the best powcr keroscne R you an buy.. More cres covered per y $Ailo aYe end of` the day means time S OD m you've SA VED. Tha's what I call value. Make sure it's Texaco . . ~ It's the Goods!" , W 1 ' "I w 1 A "' " lJ9 , - A. MILLER AND CO., BENALLA. LIDGERWOOD BROS., DEVENISH. l i1 rI III?? ? ý iII II 14r IIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII For Your Supplies. of Fodder Etc. Evans Grain and Produce (0. Carrier Street, Benalla PHONE :-DAY OR NIGHT, 32. SiCitC lICC Cti Clhlllel e olllf t ymtII ft metII II ?111 C tClllt C II CtCHl l I If TODD & O'BRIEN FUNERAL DIRECTORS 55 CARRIER STREET, BENALLA PHONE 461 BRANCHES THROUGHOUT THE NORTH-EASTRN" DISTRICT MR. N. TODD has just resigned the managership of Geeo Diggle Funeral Directors, after 1I years ox perlenc e. CIVILIT...

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BENALLA GUN CLUB TO-MORROW'S PROGRAMME [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

BENALLA GUN CLUB TO-MORROW'S PROGRAMME o.l-norrow (Snturday) the 3onnllh' Gun Club will hold the fifth com retltlfun for thoe un Cnce. Stnrllnl" and lsprrow eweeluotkeN will aeo oe e hold, and a good day'a shootlng, which cornmenoce at 2 pnm., In expeclted.

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"WILD AUSTRALIA" GOOD RODEO SHOW BY THORPE McCONVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

"WILD AUSTRALIA' 'GOOD RODEO SHOW' BY THORPE McONVILLE. HIIORPE McConvillo paid his annual visit.toB. iunalla ;on' Saturday evening last ,with his "WiVd Austrca ?lt"' irodeo and clicus, and he was .greeted with a' packed house,, and one and all thoroughly, enjoyed the excel year the whole team of outlaws was lent: show which" was' presented. This brought 'by' huge .motor transport, the first time that this has been done In the State.', The horses which were a line bunch,. included many well-known. outlawns who gave good , exhibitions under the export horsemanship of Mr ?MccConvllloe' own riders. Although good money was offered for mounts on the outlaws, none of the local rid oera accepted .the, challenge, and the exhibitions of .bucking were 'given by the showmen. Many of the local lads tried conclusions with the donkey, but he proved too willey, and the prize, for staying on the longest went to the youngest of' the, bunch of over one dozen' who offered themselves for the' competiti...

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MILITIA NEWS 8th Light Horse Wins the "Digger" Trophy 8th. LIGHT HORSE REGIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

MILITIA NEWS 8th Light Horse Wins the "Digger" Trophy 8th. LIGHT HORSE REGIMENT. ,l-Dl 'Digger" trophy for 1937-38-, has been wonaby the 8th Light: Horse IRegiment. This is tho. third' yeoar in succession that the Regiment has been, successful In this compotl-. tLon. Thie trophy is awardedr each year' for what is consilered, to be the most' emcient unit in' the State, points be ing allotted eon the following bhnsls: Camp attendance,, 50; weapon 'train ing, 100;' maintenance of. establish-. ment, 60; the maximum points.beingr 260. The 8th Light Horseo Regiment were allotted .234.45 points out. of the, puosible 250. I This success has only : boon made poosiblo by a keen sense of duty of all ranks,, and the esprit'Ldo corps that exists throughout the regimcnt. -

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LAKE ROWAN NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

LAKE ROWAN NEWS FARM1IERS have commenced har vesting. Owing to the dry con dlllons ome crops are )beloW astand ard and '?me wheat crops arehbeing cut for hay. TENNIS. In k Itowan. defeated "Devenslh 13"' teln on the home courts on fiturdlay. Everyone expreesnd satisfaction with the nleW emoleu courts. . CRICKET. SLake, Iowan ivrn ' tile match galinst Ooonmlileo on Saturday, the loeal teaml scoring 103 runs agminst )oomalie ?l?s score 'of 57 runs. Eric irillle of Inliae ]tovwn; was0 . the out talndling baltHmlllln of tile day, llmakinl i2 runs notIII out.

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N.S.W. WHEAT YIELD ESTIMATED AT 46 MILLION BUSHELS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

N.S.W. WHEAT YIELD ESTIMATED AT 40 MILLION BUSHELS. TH1IH first offielal forecast' of the current season's wheat yield, an nounce(d by the Director of Marketing (MAr A. A.. Watson) on Tuesday, is 40 million bushels;, In. making thislfore= cast on Tuenday, Mr. Watson pointed out that he had delayed making, the announcement in the.. hope that the adverse outlook for the State, as n' whole, which had been soimewhat bet tered by rains In part of -the wheal belt on October 13 and 14. would be further improved during' last week. As it' happened rains had' fallen, and they. resulted In widespread benefnt The fnnal forecast will be issued this month.

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DROUGHT AND ITS TEACHINGS CLEANS UP STOCK DISEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

,-.DROUGHT AND ITS TEACHINGS CLEANS UP STOCK DISEASES. IBUALLY. dry seasonal conditions are causing grave -concern and unless copious rains, fall :throughout the drought afflicated areas almoit immediately very unpleasant effetat are bound to be felt everywhere,io.'n ..cities as well as in the country,, statet the Australian Mercantile. Land. and Finance Company Limited., -Nevertheless, there may boan teon deney to dwell too much -'upon th.t disasters arising from drought, with out giving credit for any benefit that dry spells may bring. Drought is a relentless scavenge, It cleans up stock diseases. No.ro', . try has enjoyed a . more favorahil. .name than Australia forr freedom froni stock diseasees.: The:. Inland areas, where comparatively Itry cundltot i -'prevaled, were .unlrn'tlnarl ,. In ' ,rcspect..",It, ls true that In the early days,.ofl settljmentr there weore ltru losses :from dlIseanse Introduced, such an scab,,footrut, fluio. ocosslontti viol, tatlons:of anthraxo,and oth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

POR* ETTER ISAY WEAR Saturday Monday ANOTHER OUTSTANDING PROGRAM BOBBY BREEN IN "HAWAII CALLS' ALSO THE COMEDY DRAMA x "PARTNERS IN CRIME' POPEYE. CARTOON AND NEWS. MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2.30. (x Denotes Not Suitable for General Exhibition, others General Exhibition). h *12g11 immaammimginuu~iimn,,nmnamtummmmi FOR LONDON BABY CARRIAGES nnIIUmIIIcJIIIIIIIIuIImuInInumnnIInUIahIIm

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STEWARTON BUSH FIRE BRIGADE ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

STEWARTON BUSH FIRE BRIGADE ANNUAL MEETING THE annual report' and balance sheet'of the above brigade was presented to a lanrge number of en thuslastlc, members on Saturday nlght: `,The balanceNheet:0 showed a credit of over £10.. The report stated that .all, the, tanks and equipment were In first-claM order for the forth coming season. The inspection and overhaul was carried out by the equipment omficers (Messrs J. Davis and. W.-J .. Berger). The, election of oGmieers resulted as-. follows:-Preeldent,, T. ,Lt Harer; secretary. J. .Davis; captain, F. . Gall; .lieutenants A. Stewart (first) ,J. Love (second),. J. Gall (third).. W: R. Berger (fourth),. B. Ellia (fifth): equipment officers, W. 3..Davis and W. H. Berger; audltor,.T. P. Corbo. SThe usual collectors for; the levy of Sd per 100 acres, were re.appointed, as was the general commilttee whlich attends to urgent matters during the year. Mesrs A. Stewart, T, L..Harketr W. J. Davis. and T. 'P. Corhoy. were re .lectedetoy attendis....

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CRICKET NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

CRICKET NOTES The result of Saturday's games leaves five teams level with 6 points each, having won one game and drawn two, these being Benalla West, Stewarton, Baddaglnnie, Ooornmbat and Devenlah. The next three team- Benalla, Violet Town and Friendly Societles-have each won, lost and drawn one game; Diggers and Foot ballers have each drawn their three contests, whilst uallways have won one match and lost two. Goomallbee and Dookle College have each drawn two and lost one game, and the whippers-in. Methodlsts, have drawn one and lost two. Several very Interesting games are drawn for to-morrow. Benalla and Baddaginnie, who played oft for last year's premiership, meet at the Oval and Friendly Socltcles and Benalla West play at the showgrounds. The complete draw, In which the home team in first-mentioned, excepting in the game between the Footballers and Railways, who meet at the' Race course ground, is as follows: Benalla v. Baddsglnnle . Benalla West v. Friendly Soclstles Vioett Tow...

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OFFICIALLY OPENING THE DOOR OF THE GAVIN GIBSON MEMORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

OFFICIALLY OPENING THE DOOR 'OF THE GAVIN GIBSON MEMORIAL Mrs Kenneth Syme turning the key in the new £3300 laboratory at Dookie College, of which Mrs Gavin 'Gibson contributed £1500. From left toright-Hon. R. Kilpatrick M.L.C., Mr Pittman (the new Principal), 1Mrs Kenneth 8yme, Mr A. C. Drevermann (past Principal), Mr M. Wettenhali, Cr. F. A. Cook M.LA., and Mr Gamble (also paet Principal).

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MOLYULLAH NEWS Bush Fire Brigade Meets. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

SMOLYULLAH . NEWS'. Bush F.ire Brigad. Msets. Molyullah Bush Fire Brigade has hold' itfs annual meeting, Mr W. Clark beholng elected president and captain; Mr H. Payne, secretary; and Messrs J., iMurray and II. Nicholas, lieuten ants., The balance-sheet disclosed a handy credit balance,, and the equip "i'100 per cent. It was decided to re gister the brigade, affillate with the N.E. District Association and to en sure all fire fighters. The levy was fixed the same as last year. Mrs Jack. Payne, who is in. the Wangaratta Hospital, Is making sat isfactory progress, During the week-end, eight points of rain was registered at Molyullabh.

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The Recent Metor Smash Near Benalla INQUEST INTO WOMAN'S DEATH [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938

The Recent Moetr Smash Neir. ? li SINQUEST INTO WOMAN'S ?DEATH . ;oin T a~a~d rl I t Mr 'J. 8'rplIt i :'dputy coron",' hildan Iinquit ;L Int.o th death, of M. Mr Marion MitchelP 70 years, who dlid t' th Bnenalla Push-,Nurslng Hospi tal on 21st October, fro?ii]Ju elf, ire ived In a motor ,.smash .the same day. The deputy coroner wa'ass ist ed b First-Constable -Brook. .George A. Mitchell, retired superin tendent of police of New South Wales, gave evidence that his Wife. and him self were returning, to their. home in Kensington New South Wales, after having been hollidaying in Melbourne; At about 1.15 after passing Badda. ginnle, he was travelling at about 8a miles an hour. "His wife said some thing, to him, and, he reallsed.thatChe must havoedozedifor a minute.:When he looked"tip' he found theo' 'dar was leaving the roadway,, and heading. for a clump of trees about 10' feet off. The next thing he knew,was that'the car had crashed into the " trees,. HB could not get out of the car, an...

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