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BENALLA RACING CLUB ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938
BENALLA RACING CLUB 'ANNUAL MEETING. .., FIHE annual' meeting of the Benalla Racing Citb.willl be held at the Commercial ,Hotel on :'Wednesday evening next, .when'the' aniual report and balance sheet will be submitted; and the election of ofice bearers will take place.;., The following' nomina tions have, been , received . for. the varioue; ipoitlonsi-Preeldent, ' Mr, H. S. Johnston;,vlce-prcsidonts (three to beo elected)' Messra ,T?iP. Egan., M. T. Armstrong, T.r, Symons; committee (twelve to be elected), Messrs H. tV. Arnott, :J. W.': Elgin. J. Noonan; S. Murphy W." Burns,. H. Honsiack, C.' . Graham;, I. W..Monds, E. A. Sim monde, H 0O. Davis, D.' M.' Pltten drlgh, A." Gruhb, W. McPherson.
WEDDING GOURLEY—WEBSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938
WEDDING GOURLEY-WEBSTER.. &nbsp; A VERY pretty wedding, was sol- emnised at St. Andrew's Presby- terian Church on Saturday, last by Rev. R. P. Simons, when Miss Mavis Jessie Webster became the wife of Mr Arthur Edward Croft Gourlay. The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs A. G. Webster of Barkly Street, Benalla, &nbsp; and the groom is a son of Mr and Mrs Gourley, of Beatrice Avenue, Surrey Hills. The bride, who was given &nbsp; away by her brother, Mr Ronald Web- ster, made a charming picture in a &nbsp; frock of French ivory brocade, softly draped, and woven with a gold rose design. Her tulle veil fell in tiers &nbsp; from a halo of orange blossom, and she carried a bouquet of water lilies and azaleas. She was attended by her two sisters, Misses Jean and Marjory Webster, who were frocked alike in magnolia chiffon made with V neck- lines and crossover bodices gathered into wide softly-swathed waistbands, and full flowing skirts. In their hair t...
GOVERNOR-GENERAL'S ESCORT 8th LIGHT HORSE CHOSEN. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938
GOVERNOR-GENERAL'S ESCORT 8th LIGHT HORSE CHOSEN. THE 8th Light Horse was this year selected as the Governor-General's escort for the Melbourne Cup at Flem- ington on Tuesday last. It comprised Lieut F. C. Tricky (Wangaratta) offi- cer in charge, Instructor Warrant Offi- cer C. Cogger of the Australian In- structional Corps (Benalla), F. B. Phil- lips (Benalla). Other centres repre- sented were:—Euroa: T. Maher, R. G. Lord, G. B. Wallace, R. J. Shovelton, J. H. Elgin. Yarrawonga: C. M. McPher- son, H. J. Beale, H. R. McDonald. Wan- &nbsp; garatta: D. Diffey, J. D. Wittakers. Wodonga: A. E. Davies, E. G. Baum- garten, J. T. Mortlock, K. D. Cadman, K. J. Coleman, A. F. Sommer; Tallan- gatta: N. H. Welch, B. C. Fraser, F. R. Paton. Rutherglen: W. G. Harris. Wahgunyah: H. C. Smith.
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 4 November 1938
M r and Mrs T. J.,Berry.have mot ored to Brisbane. Mr and i Mrs W; Burns motored down for the Cup on Tuesday. Sister Ford of the Bush Nursing Hospltal,' s visiting her mother, Mrs S. Ford, at Orahamvalo 7 irsHusband is holidaying with her sister, Mrs Day, of Maude Street, Shepparton. " " The many friends of; Mr C.i Begg, of Baddaglnnlo, will' regret to :learn thiat owing to ill health h'e hhas gone to reside with his brother:, Ernest, at Violet Town.' One and all wish'hlm a speedy' return to good health. Mrs W. J. Ginnlvan, of Elstern wick, who has been, . holidaying in Benaila as the guest of Mrs M." Leahy, of Benalla West,. returned to her 'ome Mr. R. G. Mason, brother of Mr H. Mason, who purchased the property of Mr F. Spriggs, left on Monday last for Auburn Station, Chenchilli (Q.). His &nbsp; second brother, Mr A. Mason, who ar rived from Canada last January, is at present hollidaylng in Benalla be- fore leaving for Soudan Station, &nbsp; which is situated 280 m...
DOOKIE COLLEGE REPORT FOR OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938
DOOKIE COLLEGE REPORT FOR OCTOBER. IT II. A. PITTMAN, Ih.A. . l.Sc. (Augil.). UIpt.. I'rlinclpil of Dooltkih Agricultlin'rn Colleget reportl that lI to the 28th Octiolierl, rnli totlallln Itni plolnl were rel'itHerelU', nliking ill laglicKregate o 1i,11.04' olntH fir thlli yenr to tltlle. WVihent crops are itlandlng 11i) to the dry rlndiltlollH reiimarkellly well unul the ylulds of whOat, lhly lndl granl will 1li1o t. tertllilly be I u11c(h ill 'x CHHe of tlIt! laverge for thel nonrthern Irei'H &lt;>f thlle Sinte. E1i1''l Il tl t Intitonll 1(1I I ?cieH of fOllow we'rr aiIltlvIlael. Thefe I?lirelH lir in ga dll roellnlititn l tl will requltilr K'iiz.ilg over with hliiiee froiim time tIn tian.. Tillf. sleonanii onltllk Is rmther merlin oiii rI eiielratilYl. lrgei'r Prelim of whlla will Ihave to> l"Ie Cut foUr bIt"I Ilinl :c nte mn lnltl l i 1ii l I 1t i monll . nlt elillt lire ! te ll"er Xlli 't. lit It II i 11- u I ticiiiated thatl It letH 180 eilr. will lie iavallalilp...
BENALLA STOCK MARKET BOURKE & THEWLIS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938
BENALLA STOCK MARKET DOURKE £ THEWLIS. otJII Jlfi &. THIlf+W'LIs report hayv Ing held' their usnlki fortnightly sale in the Benalla Corporatlon Yards on Tuesday last the 8thl Inst.,. when they offered a moderate . yarding of all clasnnes of stock to the usual ut tendance of district gruaziers, and both local-and outlside trade who operated in moust sections of the market. In if fat sheep good . quality wethers Sllshowed a slight rise on the, previous n sale, while values for cattle were on l a par with those of the last market. 1 In the pig section stores sold at full nlanto rates, .while at the opening of :the Sfats sauloe, bacon wyas easier but closed with a, Ilrming tondancy. y FAT SIIO1h3'P. A light yarding consisting mulnly i. of prime quality young wethers' a which sold from 16/2, 16/7 to 17/3; prime quality sucker lambs 10/ to d 19/3; old shorn lambs 13/10, 13/0 to 14/1: aged fat owes, 2/6, 7/2, 8/. 1cAT CATTLI. A moderate yarding with prices equal and in some instanc...
MAGPIE PUTS TOWN IN DARKNESS "BLACK-OUT" AT BADDAGINNIE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938
MAGPIE PUTS TOWN IN DARKNESS "BLACK-OUT" AT BADDAGINNIE. ?HE curlosilty of a magple resulted in -the to?wnshi of 3nldaginnlle being put into complete ldarknoe I a few nights Igo. It alppears that "?lnggle" nnd her nate were Hlquat tin on -lthe top of one of the truHs formors, nlld lllllrentl' shea had I pick.at the wires, with the result that she caused it short circUit, and blew st'rn ' nman fiw l h, rh, I ....., that-the ,wholoe town was put into complete darknesr for alout half an hour. ?' mhmers of the '.I.C.. atll fronlt 'nalhl were quickly on the scone, ' id the matter was aoon ree tified. ' - ' We :can "aseure our renders that " tslagglo" will riot offend tngain;
BOWLS DRAW FOR PENNANT MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938
BOWLS DRAW FOR PENNANT MATCHES. F1ollowoing I the draf' for pennanllit mntcheo In the Ifeonllnl-l1uron-ll-Ihepi plirton AHocliutlon. All mttnlhles lu o e played on' green of first - entionedl November 12. Euronl Illhlet v. lenalla (Clolds -hepplnrton Iledl v. Ertirn.T'Vhlteo. Bennlln 13111he V. Slhelp. It'd". November 26. - IErol \Whltee vI Ilenlllin Bluae. S.helpplrton -leds v. E?uro I Blues. ilenallha old v. Shell. Blues. December 3. Sheppllrton Iluhe v. IEulrio Illues. Eurol. Whlllte v. llenallvli (:ollds. l3ennlin Bquev v. Shollp. Iteds. 'Week Ending 10/12/38, Euroli Bllues v. fBuren Vhilt.en. December 17. Shelilorlon Illues v. Euron WhVlllte. llnnilli (loll1 v. Shepplrtoo n Redls. Eulro. Illue's v. Ilenalhl. lIlen. January 14, 1939. Eutrin Illues v. ShelIplprtol Iteds. 3leniallul OoldR v. Euron Wlhiter. Sh?epplorlon IllueL v. loennill l Blues. January 21. Nuronl WhlteH v. Sholllpprton 1lueis. Teonnlla Golds v. Eurol BIlules. Sheplprton lIedls . lenallhl HlueIs. February 4. Eurn...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938
U SURPLUS STOCK SALE IVE M/ST __ 'r OUR STOCKS LOOK AT THESE BARGAINS! Buying has been so restricted this year that we have been landed with huge surplus stocks. .They'll be mae less next year, and anyhow we haven't got, the room to 'hold them that long, so we must clear them out for whatever we coan get. This is a terrific sacrifice, but there is 'altemotve. 'We strongly recommend our customerl to take advantage aof thIs Surplul Stock Sale. ' P45/2 (left).-Blue' Black P54/7" (Rlght)1 ) Black li d Airflow Court Shoe .' Court Shoe.'..: .. 14/I o . .f o .' 1. / for, , . ; .o S129 14 , 547 " P55/9B(Loll).. Black ld E54/ii-(Right).i - Blue or Court Shoe " . Brown" Kid. high riding 17/9 for . swing. base. 4' ' 17/9 for . . . /wi)ng.Bar. P53/19 (Right). - Black 14/6 fort .* . Kid Court Shoe 16/9 for . E54/1 : :145/1 (Below)-Blue, Black M43/4 (Right). ---Blue, or Tan Airflowi Te. Black or Brown K? d' Tie - 14/9 for ' , 5/9 for . . 12/9 X139 644/ 145/1 , M43/4 "BENALLA TALKIES For 'Two Nigh...
TENNIS BENALLA LAWN TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938
TENNIS BENALLA LAWN .TENNIS CLUB. A'N A'morinn mixrlp dutlol.lrll tir :'nament will' hlb':lirld tlo-linrrow aftlrnoon. As : iinatners are to lbI drawn, memnberos ar reqiueted to hIle on the scne early. so thlat a lprnmpt start niny he made,i'and the tourna ment advnnce to tho final. stagei. if not completed. Entrnnce: will he Od. ner player, and tronhles provlded and balls supplied by the club. On Snturdlay night ' a informnil evening for members and their friends will lie held l t tho club holse. lth entertainment being -dancing to radio muslc..and recorIs. Laidloes are 'iasked ;to provlde.a .bailtst * of".' 'caltoe, and 'dnts will be admitted oh payment of 'iMomborn. 'are again reminded thatt 6nly. white ,or,. rream: .convcntionil tonnlis - ttlro'.,will b'.n allowed !'on the courts. atnd' it'l' voeydesirable that this 'etihuld bo'e horno In`'' 'mild "when introducing :vilitor :no ýthatr~in'y am Barriasilng mgments may, bei avoided.
Farmers' Field Day AT RUTHERGLEN EXPERIMENTAL FARM KEEN ENTHUSIASM DISPLAYED [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938
Farmers' Field Day SAT RUTHERGLEN EXPERIMENTAL FARM KEEN ENTHUSIASM DISPLAYED iHE Annual Field Day organised by T- the Department of Agriculture under the auspices of Rutherglen Agricultural Society was held at the Experiment Farm, Rutherglen, on Fri day last. About ,600 visitors were present, who came from Tarcutta, Wagga, Holbrook, Henty, Brocklesby, Balldale, Albury, Howlong, Bulgandra. Corowa, Burrumbuttock, Mulwala, Yarrawonga, Numurkah, Oaklands, Chiltern, Barnawartha, Wangaratta, Springhurst, Benalla, Tallangatta, Wo donga and immediate vicinity. A num ber of students were also present from Dookle College. Many visitors took advantage of the invitation to go in the morning and by that means were able to make a more thorough inspection than 'those who were just present for the con ducted tours during the afternoon. Mr. W. C. Betts, vice-president of the Agricultural Society, in introduc ing Sir John R. Harris, M.L.C., Min ister. of Education, said 'it: must be gratifying to th...
MILITIA NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938
MILITIA NEWS =OPING' to the incrense : nu nmnben, Sarequired lbomet the now traininj :sietretgth of militln.'units, It will bI srno aauonr-. fo , the 1 8th" Light Il?r Regiment' to increae its pcrsonnel' b another 38 recrille. The number rdiquired.will beo spread over nll centres of the regiment and in I very short IOriod It in expected that all vacancies will be filled. It in very pleasing to note that the local section, which for some consid erable time had' been under strength, has now recruited up, to full strength. MlotH of the vacancies that existed on the orderly room staffs hiave Ibeel Illed by, recruits withLhoe necesuary clerical.experience. One more orderly room cortioral in still required andl will he recruited locully.
RAISING THE SCHOOL LEAVING AGE [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938
RAISING THE 'SCHOOL LEAVING AGE r How long must Victoria con. tinuo to Ialn behind progressive communities? Once again l r 'le rnan. .lI.CL.. has raised tile lquestoln of the school lenaving lge I ,? tlie ,Legllnative Coun cll, and once'.again the Council han approved thle motion. Unfortlnnately, .this brings oln little, it any, closer to ithln nmuch needed reform . But It In 'heartenlin to tind tile Upper Iouse, which IIn some quarters, in regarded as the nlot .strong-hold of cnonerva tinm, advocating the extension of the period lupent at school. The question wnas debated on a high level lind members of the Council displayed a keen desire to see reforiiim brought about In our edlcation syn tom. The Government has taken a wlir stop towards encouraging child. ren to remain at school-)y abolishlng fees in the third year, of tile post primary courses: hlut leginlative ac 'Lion will be- necesnary to ensure that all children may 'enjoy the benefit of an exti-rl .year;,at school. ~ At 'th...
LIMA NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938
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GOORAMBAT C.W.A. COOKERY DEMONSTRATION BY MRS FLOATE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938
"GOORAMBAT C.W.A. . COOKERY -DEMONSTRATION aN Y MRS PFLOATE. i", inonihly. I? otlng o. t? Coo'l fimbllit non,ýI,. untll tIPr IO-the b.hulI:dn' Thtirindny : ::liP71tnt HJdhn11 `n'fto ih..iRttenntnl an e,n st not on1 H Irge ?o usuanil, thione p)enlolt spent an enjoy. lel iftelrnoonn. IIN Well tin t prditalblen olne. inH after ull ollrenl)ondenTe 0n1l 'tn tinn ilt tternl htul been dealt wlttli, Iolllarnir were l et? I ll t?i I llidemon. Hirflinl IIn cookelry Iby, 'irHn tlns? o. 'I y '4lll " nll. ll'nqtrln t 111tii i ?,at 1110o t eenolly' 11Ic?4Ol t?lrWard to, andl wthelt the th 'e lrrlved hs.1 IInhni1t haI1d " 'very rentan? to believel tnt llll Ideltl wIereI i fli'm 1i n 1 7t t trot prize fiti r fitii "Iar1tin n1111t1ruS Ople r l onl, While ithit le inH ?ltl, l I nII p tlllo ii llll wl I hvntt tilltIn nll t 'o I hllif nn t ni itn " ,l irond the' nlil meeting il 11?w h titnhe place On 17th November, when olliverh fnr" the cuinhII ymel will h0 e elected. Mr1,s ,lenkyn or Ienlnlln C.W,., ...
BENALLA TALKIES SATURDAY AND MONDAY. "THIN ICE" MAGNIFICENT GLORIOUS WITH DAZZLING LOVELINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938
BENALLA TALKIES SATURDAY AND MONDAY. 'THIN ICE" MAGNIFICENT GLORIOUS WITH DAZZLING LOVELINESS. ],ow', ilcilte'O i'ilrsrd?i'i dtlr'inl the nis.t' few y"3'0' hnl.ve' 'lleen l'iIItuhlt with more sorl'lsinnl qtnnllitll'i Inil Intlnzz initilh oslr'e ior'lzinnsl (tlrllliis anldl nzz. lin,. I,~nollnnuo t111ne) '"l'h|l I~ee,"' Twlln tloth Ccn'turly l's.x I?iHInlnil stirring HSonln It1'1le lind 'I'Tyron el Power(I ' I?t's. Illinl are L1iiiiy to put isto p)ro rltlllnll. (I rllirsll i'HO, it 11nin eiriodr lis ht IIse prelllrallrth of Ihn ohory etnd hIulglt. slit'heri In inleiohtl is's - tl'tlin, lndl- still anorther In edlltln. Il1f wlii th is HsJII IIhsnl, IItI'lure, sill Iel' nrl'lr ll nion in the ?sinhlil. IIe's' "ne"InlizedI'l tilent. In elstlnI.ng retlnl'reH iI'iore enII tnd lslill IIn the p)l hningi lln e t'iodlctiini osf his lilsi slirs, ,tn IIInn e'xsli.I thelre l'' tlIhree .ilntisl's'llsr skl'tingle no?iIle In iI '"1'shln te1I". P mlll anllt. the crlsltllln ofl I "I·larr "ioit Heslltl...
NEWS FOR PICTURE LOVERS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938
NEWS: FOR PICTURE LOVERS BENALLA Talkoies are starting a popular family night next .TuP day, November 15th.' All one price lis their. motto for those grand nights. Adults'1/ and.children ad: to all parts of the theatre. The theatro pays' the tax.' : - - Youwill ??o two' igblplotures, news reel and chapter 1 of the thrilling new serial, .!'The Great Air MyIstery.'. The manager of Benalla Talkles has' intimated that :these tamily 'nights woili be? corntinued tocvaryl Tuesday,~ o o' pop 'along 'dind hrive a'real night's en joynient' for the nomilnal price; of :'1/.
CROQUET ENJOYABLE AFTERNOON AT INSTITUTE LAWNS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938
;,ENJOYARLF AFTERNOnN AT r :? ,?.INSTITUTE: LAWN8'.'' . very c: ejnjoyahlo': ,afttrn'on ; was spent 'at the V;R.I. croquet lawns nci Wednesday afternoon in spite, of the. unpleasant. 'weather.'- Competition were pliyed and proved very interent (iq? both td players andl.onloolters.r .Tho ' Winners were:-Mrs Turnor. hoops `and peg: p Miss Woodward, crazy croquet; Mrs Maynard, ring and peg:, MIrs Taylor, bhall. - Afternooni teawas served In the In-' stitute. .These afternoons are very eotert ining, andare a pleasing way of adding a small amount 'to funds. .T?he weekly euchre 'parties. prove very popular.
"THE GANG" DEFEAT "MILLARITES" [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938
" THE GANG" DEFEAT "MILLARITES", Ther Gang" on' Sunday met a team solected .by the Jovial Detective Mac. Mill?ar. ,'' Th Gang" won - the toss rand sent the visitors in on a good wivcket.' "The Gang" bowlers were at their best and soon had the "MIllar. 'tes' in strife, the first wicket falling 'for' only one run. Jeff Soderstroma 'wac the only batsman to make a stand and he made a valuable 12 runs. The whole side was out for 28 runs. "The Gang" started off badly, Ileaney' being out for a duck. Bill Warhurst batted conlidently and put 'on-19 before being clean bowled by Jeff Soderstrom-the side being out for 1i.. Lir Fraser took six wickets for 9 runs. '",Afternouon tea' was then paftakenrof, and thanks to the generosity of Mr B1. A. :lirch; who. kindly, gave a supply 'of. his delicious cakes., the lads nmade ai good i:"stand"' in that department, ',Thoe Mlillarites" 'stirted their see. ,oidInnings ,badly, losing their lirst iicket for ione run. ",Lin Fraser com lploted:a good 'double...