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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938
FOR BELTTER BABY WEAR mg ImmUmIUltll~amnlmUuwuI1muwIiiUUiuIiUmai FAMILY NIGHT BENALLA TALKIES TUESDAY NEXT ONE PRICE ONLY-ADULTS 1/, CHILDREN 6d. WE PAY TAX. TWO BIG PICTURES PLUS CHAPTER (1) OF THE THRILLING SERIAL "The Great Air Mystery" AND NEWSREEL. ALL FOR 1/. Saturday Monday The Picture Sonsatlion with the Star Sensatlon SONJA HENIE AND' TYRONE POWER IN "THIN ICE" ALSO THE COMEDY RIOT WITH WILL MAHONEY AND WILL FYFFE IN "SAID. O'REILLY TO McNAB" SHORT AND NEWS BOOK NOW-PLANS OPEN. (For General Exhibition). ...........: to .t-od ,spl mimwjjUhlllllftlIIIUjIIInuhjIIwgunIjfImIjYIIwol Get yur c.arrz :i :FOR LONDON 'BABY. CARRIAGES lhuInllh121 Inu1 1 n11 auun jilt
RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938
RIFLE SHOOTING BLNALLA Rifle Club lired ItI weekly' chillenge chuep inld trophy Inst. Saturday, with It.. Hawers being the winner of both 'th e scratch and haillcapl.events, after it s hoot Olr with C. .Weotacott andl H. V. Smith., all Hcorlng 08, off the rllle. S)coreH: 300 100 .. 300t500 000 T'I. R. Sawers 3 33... . . 31 98 C. tVestncott . . .... . 30 34 34 L D1 HF. V. Smlth . .... 33 33 12 ! A: L.; luppy.. .. .. 31 33 31 95 . Cray .. .... .. 24 30 25 70 Next Saturday tho ulhnrterly chum plonshlllp? wll b)e shot for over the 300, 100 and 600 yards' ranges.
SOUTH AFRICAN CENTENARY CELEBRATIONS OF GREAT TREK [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938
SOUTH AFRICAN CENTENARY CELEBRATIONS OF GREAT TREK One hundred years ago large parties of Voortrokkers left the Cape to find a now home inland and found what is now Natal. To commemorate this trek, two.voortrokker wagons, drawn by rod Afrikaander oxen, left Capetown for Pretoria, 1001 miles distant. On arrival there a memorial was unveiled. The picture shows one of the waggons passing through Klconf Pass, 50 miles from Capetown. " As there were no ro2ds 100 ye.ra ago the waggons are naturally making better progress than the old timers. 1' ? nubscrlptlonsR within the next: few weeks:that they would havesufflcient In hand. Another suggeetion wan that. each member of the comniltteo? guarantee Ui? to;O,6 but it was finally d1dedod. thet lio, preasident and'see ryth nfrei on ewthe mtt.r."agorof th,, and' "t fo fo 'proposed ,,toInterview: others 'on 'the imiatter.
HIBERNIANS VISIT BENALLA. CRICKET MATCH DURING WEEK-END [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938
HIBERNIANS VISIT BEN ALLA.. CRICKET MATCH DURINaG WEEK-END A SROCIAL crlckiot natcll wa Iplayedl a f 90' nlla n i sirioy liiHt, lie ,ween tonms r repreaitiinKg Yrni'rL w.ongoa ITlilerriilncis ndi 'lennilla 1(el0c nlonn. Thie mratch ,commenced in the inornnhg, the viltorn lilttling frlrt nnd loitlg: llmsmisejid for" 138 Iritha, the 1 IrlnclilnlI 'scorCe being Rlenrdon .(2i), Clthrkon (25); Dohlerty (19) and Cor 1Iti1n (17). .The home: lonm mtde - in inla.ll Scloui. tiart when .ot in to. lit. Itihe firit three wickets going for 8. ?horan mnlC C CriSlmris n io amloi gnod 1tanl. the forner scorling 13 0n2d1 tile litter ;20. Gt'alllm (17) Wah the only ,lheri liritniin' to reIcLch dtlllo ilelires, nll] ihi aidde wis nill olt for 9 4. i . ."h'o.v"i.ltorn woero "entertalnel t I L iuiich yi. Dennlln.ia, nni eielliit relelt lieilng served it the ?:Firmelrs' Amlils 'Hotel. At the doJorlnllmelnt for rfter nlooll i ea. whichl woeR w iii Inov n rvilel 1 ronli ilh i... i iir I lilurley in ii he lf...
DISTRICT CRICKET BARJARG DEFEAT SWANPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938
DISTRICT CRICKET:I BARJARG DEFEAT SWANPOOL. Tlhest- twov . tlenms .iiiet Ast iiJnr'g, tlei loeIslswhliili ig by 4i n rui'n slsfter IL v rvy , itres(, tlilngi ;scatnL'lis. Jlhtasilled' Hcorce:-* Br J arjnrg. .. Tli i '. :1 s :3s S,T? ]il(i, T.- I li lt n gll . 1' ) . ill ; .1. shlst ct lnes?lli l"i, I 'I '. Hs i . A. ?ilson, i c.'lnt ii isfo'. .. s ..' i. W l. l'iinla is, liind ' Ilitle hi ".0/11, A. Siulltord l 2/ifi-c '1, 1->onis igh 1/13. A '. Eli nli ig, shi . ,'At in. . 7 , -Toi Emontigh, .J. Arethnite 22 r A Willinmý b Swrn psi . I 08t A.. E ainnnr, 1) F ,orl tre .. .... .;. : . . ; Denni' , 1h Dynin , l AT n , i J, r o 'IL. Stspid 2/ ls "' .1)s' nsigti. 1 .i . Allott, I Tl owton .. ..... . .. ri. Murynnn, not oult,. .. . .. 1. V owillig.- .-lv'ioton r, I/ A. At it Willltiss s is' i ss l :c ll / V SwAnpool. iAs kins. W/2l.l1 Arblii t notl 1/24, .T. C.ll n 0/11. , J. Dyonnl H 2/10, ' yn tl i '' . . i/ l. 0/1:1, J. Dynahn 2/10, TI. ,IPO(ITO·HI. *l/ll.
TWO FIRES YESTERDAY [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938
TW0. FIRES YESTERDAY TheBoenaila Fire Brlgade was called out twice yesterday, but in each case, onlyi minor damage resulted. Shortly iter. 0 o'clock, a Ore broke out In he roar of the residence of ^Messrs Dan and Jack O'Brien, in Ceoll Street. The brigade was quickly on the scene, ind little damage resulted. Later In the morning a fire broke' ut in somine piles at Mr 3. Pascoe's In Bridge Street. That, outbreak was ulickly under control; little; :damage resulting. ,.. . .
3SR SHEPPARTON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938
- ;1- 3SR SHEPPARTON ' , sATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12. I a m.n Sunrlno Stai; '"' l3. Distrlet Ne\:; (1.111 Farmers' Talk;: 3.30, "Ar. auH" Iarnern' News,, 7.5,0. "Argunst' NeLtworlk Notin: 8 a.m.; LAtiuh 'and Vei .*,Lv, It; 8.45, Feather , anr t F'In withi be- Norltn llcCnncee; 0.0; y'st Grub ri,- Club;: 0.15, Ihibby Icnr Quest rfo c'- lRadlo Htars: 10.0, Sport fra1 FaLr aind the Near: 11.0, Shlolpping SosHlon, 12 noon, and Itacing IloResume: 12.15, Corn ExcharInid the and I'II(Produce Ilui(rts; 1.,0, IISomeone's '1). Favorite;n 2.0, Cloneo;' 5.0, Sunny -"' Itudllo Session; 0.0, Dflnneil' Music: .7.0. Sporting Resum by air PIledy " Ta'Ilo)r. Sport. Ediltor of the "Argun'';` I ' 7.15, Goallilrn Valley Splrtllnhg 1o a' inoHu ; 7.15i, Diggern' Sesslon; 8.30, Idl I lollywond Casting Olficc: 0.30, 1)ln r Itrilct News and- llarltletn; !i.4i Atlan or ljItntH lriOlI;d: 10.0, StLrdilhntH' IRen no1dazv'ousl; 10.30, lltpllon 150/50 Dance llt 'rogranml; 12.0, tane Itllunllng,! "t SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13th...
SWANPOOL HERD TESTING ASSOCIATION REPORT FOR OCTOBER. Leading Herds. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938
SWANPOOL HERD TESTING ASSOCIATION REPORT FOR OCTOBEf?R,..," Loading Herds. 13 13 . WA Il~ico 4. 13 31.10 5.27'1.00 I... Evm'IV L .. .. 1i1 30.40 5.03 1.86 A. It. Ieanoy .... 23 :1l.80 4.77 1.85 C. O. 0 llurlray .... .17 32.00 31.57 1.82 '1'. \Vlugh .. .. .. 3532.50 1.,35i .50 C. )unlo .. .. 2!) l0.3l 4.1(i5 1.50 ' M'. lck . .. 17 2!i.Ii . 23' 1.i? A. .Inlion ... . ... 18 27.10 51.0 i'1.55 II. le rli' .. .. I? .33 .111 4.3:1 1.1 I .'v. Ieywood . 631 211.110 4.:11. I.5:1 11.' W'lirnoil ' . . . 23 2 i..0 8.I 1.5:1 -Best Matured Cow.'.' .I. 3Iloywodl . r uncy . " 1.5 .r5 2.72 J. Ihywoud' . liiue .. :8.51 5:3 2.23 C. Mu3rray'It lIurlty 17.0 .I17 2."1 S. Ivans' 'elix .. " 8. '5 1.5 2.I S. EvW ll3 ' 131111hle .. t:: . 0 ; 2.li .1. Ileywood' 3 Ma3 .... 10.lit 3'2.12 C. l'rico'o I'Edna . .1.1.5, 1.7 2.103 1.'1 Lwl ' Ne.' . 3.1.1:6 2.308 i Best Throo Yeiar Old Cdws. C. J.slc nlll' H I .I iiy " -'' n ,2nd ; .. , . m .. .. .0 5.2 2.11 C. D)lnlil's II rindle .. 15.0 :1.3 1.914 .. 1iol'ivnod' Ala...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938
PERSONAL Air S. 13 Senior. mnnnager of the Bank' of .Australasia. at itloora (Went Australin) has been appointed to the - ienaltalbrnch to fill the : vanancy Scaused b)y tht'retir'emont of Mr 11, S. Tohnston. Mr Senior, will take over his now duties on 28th November. n Mr ann dMr ' J.. f. lPttendrigh.. of Toorak, are holidaylng with their - son, Mr.' David PiLttndrlghi at ''Werrl 1'arik" . r Mr Geo. Nason..who has heen man - er' of the State Slavings. Bank at Ilenalla for the past ten years, enr who leaves early In . December for North Crlton, will be farewelled at a smoke soeiail in tho.Memorlal Untll on December 10 by tile members of the I.S.,S.i.LA., and his iowling and Srollin.g frlends. Ticketi 'mar ie nli talned from Messrn A. Giubl,.u E. IT. Rlekards, tV. L. Chidllow,: J. 1. 'aVnl ler, .A.-.McIntosh. A., Roscoe, M. ?l. nar and E. Simmonds. - David Phillins .alder son of iMr anid Mrs G'O rdon Phillips, of Metlbolrne and tt nnll.at. has 'amain been sucerni ful in' his Universit...
SOCIAL CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938
SOCIAL. CRICKET: A sWocil cricket match wan, played at th GOnrdensH on .Wednesdal last, and :roeulted in a .wln for .Johnston's" team by' threen run; S.core.-. Johnston'is Team.-C. Crlichton, satp. Clancy, b Dudley, 1i' Lowe, ed'Murphy, h Allot, 0; G. Humphrey,':retlred, 39: It.;lrunton,c I. Etches, ,b Roberts ..5; H-, Johnston, .retred,: 10; -. Weller, c Dudley, hb.W iobster,:" 23;8, H. Grubb, -c Latch,?b loberts 0; Riclkards,. b 'Allott 7;'lSucllitgl .not out, ;r K. Gunn;' a and. h, ;Murphy;, N,.Egan; b? Webster 0.5: Total, 120. Roberts' Team,-E. Etches, ?p. Brunton,b Humphrey, 11: J. Claney, i., Low.o;0; H. Dudley, b Woller,: O; W. Roberts; c' Weller, b. Crlehton,;'10; G. 'Graham bh Humphrey, 0, *Allott, not out418;; Hollioway, a Suckling, b Gunn,12;,? Murphy, c :Crlhton,, b RIlckards S37: Anderson'; Cllchton, b,' Johnston 0; D.' Woeter; b:Johnston, O iz);teh;, b :Johnston; ' 2 etiridries, 7. Total 117:
CRICKET NOTES END OF THE FOURTH ROUND. POSITIONS OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938
CRICKET NOTES END OF THE FOURTH ROUND. POSITIONS OF CLUBS. Devenlah .. .. 4 0 2 2 0 10 Footbahller . ..' 4 1 0 3 0 0 Friendly Socletleo 4 '0 2 1 1 8 Badc]aglnnlo .. .. 4 0 1 3 0 7 Goorambat .. . . 4 :0 '1' 3 0 Stewarton ': .... 4 .0 .1, 3 : 0 ,7 Beonlla Vestt .,' 4 0'1 2 1 -. enalla . .... .. . 4; 0'. 1 2 1L '5 Violet. Town ... 4- 0I: 1 2 1'0' Diggersn .' .. ':.' 4 0 0 4 014 Dookle 'icollege 4 0 0'3 / j 2 tallwaysa :. .. . 4 0 1 0 3 1 Methodists ... ; 4 0 0 2 2 0 Goomallhee -' .. 4 0 `0" 2 r 2 0 TO-MORROW'S MATCHES. The following. matches will he nlnyed to-morrow on the grounds of the ilrst 'named club: Dlggers v.: Ralwnys. -. l3enaliat "Vest v. Violet Town SBaddaglnnle i'. Footballers. " ' Doevenih v. Friendly Socieoties. CGoomllee v. Benalln. -: ' Methodists V. Stowarton. 'looranlbut 'v. Dookle C1iol?. ".g THE TEAMS;: Friendly Societies. F'riendly Societies' .toam is as ,fol Iows:-L. Lawther, R..'Rumpffi TV, Roherts, D. Browning.`: K. KMoran," Ic. Thewlls. HIT. Smith, WV. Saunders...
GRANT FOR CRICKET FIELD AT FRIENDLY SOCIETIES' RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938
GRANT? .FOR CRICKET. FIELD AT I0RIENDLY., SOCIETIES RESERVE'; RESERVE WORD' l i( ol n rocolvle ,y CrF.t A. -`Cok ,1 L..A" btht. following. liJ irgnUl .?iil epentiAtioniH on behal of.. tiio ,iitt d?i ?d -allisuth.-lubsgly of`[iS? on;,t'he' rtaor £1 Inlo, has heon mlodo' flroI Un pll)loyltont relief funds' to Ward' the conL of laying ouLL I new crickeL((!t lgroun((( tonl (e "'l.l(ndly Socle LioH' Ilcnerve. CltiIlmoIuns of (li IIlluontlion hIve linenl fuilrarddtl'l Lo (to hllreo secretary.
PRESBYTERIAN GIRLS' FELLOWSHIP HOLDS NOVELTY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938
"PRESBYTERIAN GIRLS' FELLOWSHIP :HOLDS NOVELTY NIGHT.; : A IMOT njiiyaloiuitill wel-atltended evening tiok ;.lince oi( Ttueoday thue Hth In?t., aot HN. Andreow's Sunday Hohotl llll. In .the forim of it novelty, night, It 1wa i atrranged by thL P'resby terinn (ilrl' 'lloulhwhipii. Tlre girls hlttle been worktlog fill" or on weeokhs'to stock their HnlIH, thereby drtawing ninny 11n'lln eies flronlt purien and poelcotH. lThe hll 11 wa11 attractively decorated, ialnl he thrL e L HItLill., which did briRnk IuicuIanho l l'eoldi] ovel hy, the girls tileHelvei.* The wet.lH t ind cake stulll wn oattendled by aIJ ry SH?nonS, Pt I CI'lllu nllmd .ollllu Wootd fnIllcy arnd produce.In i:hclt'rg. orf, Mlarjorie liug gitn, Iletty Collinsand 'Jeolln IHeld; the atltrnctfre Mlowe°r .lsll-' waiH nattenided by Connile lungemd lnd Trlxle ]loberts; willHIs Al;arJurl Uindrwoodl' found reuony niihe riui' a (ry of bIlttLn holoes, iLnit Kelly. wil. in enlilentL door lull' lbLiii' uii tl htt , Oi" l , ' iiiitii...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938
Cox Bros have a line comprehensive I range of all that is new in Snorts Wear h' stock?es on display in. their Mens Deo paitment. Do not missu ltheml ;Cox 13o oS PHONE CENT 3443 5 Lno). P.O. BOX: 19 . ia t ke il tll ll an Ir t MELBOURNE S LEADING CREDIT STORE Become a Subscriber -. to thee' -~ IN . . "ENSIGN" Subscription Rates Reduced per 10"O- annum If Paid in Advance 12/6 If Booked *W~*v oi ' LADIES HAIR IS THE STRONGEST LINK IN BEAUTY'S CHAIN HAVE YOUR PERMANENT WAVE 'AT "SAY[E " SALON Vallender's for Men's Wear EVERYBODY SAYS VALLENDER'S IS THE. BEST HOUSE FORl : DRAPERY, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES HUGH THOMSON'8 BOOTS AND SHOES, 10/6, 12/6, 15l/6, 17/ 21/.;: ROSSITER'S BOOTS AND SHOES, 8/6, 10/6, 15/68", * ::':. CASTLEMAINE BLANKETS, 17/6, 20/, 30/, 40/. * :MARCELLA AND HONEYCOMB QUILTS, 15/e, 20/,' 80/.. . .80 inch.WHITE. OR UNBLEACHED OSMAN SHEETING,'::: GUARANTEED, 2/11 YARD. WORK TROUSERS, 7/6, 8/6, 10/6. MEN'S SUITS, 30/, 40), 80/. : OSHKOSH OVERALLS, White, Navy and Khaki,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938
T * t L' W IIEtEVER you plan to go this Christmas . . . use your earl You'll travel in comfort, at leisure, and at your own convenience. And with Texaco in thie tank you'll travel at far les coast! On recent tests by Australian wide Automobile Clubs three popular cars, with full 4 passenger. loads, were tested over various holiday routes in Australia - all didl better than 24 miles to the gall on Rsl . on TE XCXACO-This is less TS F son per orca r TEST TL A. MIR A. NDr l CO., BENALLA. C VIc. . O IN . I.A D steOing EvanS ALLONa a ten Prou4'e .and eII ,IVý I ym , h 1 S.o g i* dns Clr t s . .- no. s y Cear Y 1 rie GALLON, betari Be na yon wAd wi TMILS PETr -` ia Y" - IC W.. re : t D An OR toobile 3 e2 po . pt: nrl .nnr eLrwin 24l MILE PEn.R ret ed v nTEXACO A. MILLER AND CO., BENALLA. W H J. TONKIN GOORAMBAT AND THOONA For Your Supplies of Fodder ec. Ev ans GraiSIn and h Proa duceto and I Carrier Street, Benalla. A. MILLER AND CO., BENALLA. PHONE:DAY OR NIGHT, 32.4 CIVILITY AND ATTENTI...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938
1 _ ( 'I a· enlala Talkies SATURDAY and MONDAY NE?TY SONJA HEIES in THIN ICE CARTER & CO. WILL SAVE YOU TIME AND MONEY dl 30 ft. d inch RUBBER HOSE AND FITTINGS, 12/6. QUALCAST MOWERS, FROM 41/. GARDEN RAKES, 1/6. ; WEED FORKS AND TROWELSF,7d EACH. VEGETABLE SEEDS, 5 PACKETS, 1/. BAMBOO RAKESl, 1/. ? L . AWN MOWERS REPAIRED AND SHARPENED. SPARE PARTS KEPT IN STOCK. - PAINTS AND BRUSHES. CALL' IN AND GET OUR ADVICE ON ALL YOUR PAINTING NEEDS CARTER & CO.: CARRIER STREET," BENALLA A. V. IKIN .Tailor & Gents Outfitter S BRIDGE STREET, BENALLA DONALD J. SUTHERLAND, F.S.M.C. JAS. A. GILLMAN, F.V.O.A, (Late of Collins Streeoot, Melbourne) , Qualified. Opticians PERSONAL ATTENTION. SUTHERLAND'S PHARMACY, 380 CARRIER STREET, BENALLA. THE " -- NA,11 5 • . NTRODUCING now principles of con struction developed in the great Philips Laboratorios, the "Ton Fifty-Two" is the ideal low-priced, all purpose mantel radio for world-wide recOption. Of outstanding " A beauty, the 1...
EAST DEFEATS WEST INTERESTING SCHOOLS' SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938
1'1 EAST. DEFEATS WEST try INTERESTING SCHOOLS' ten SPORTS. er, DO. Scholars from Bonalla East and West Schools,mat at their annual sports in the Gardens on Friday afternoon 'last. Competition was T. very keen, the Shield eventually to being won by the East-enders. ad The day was ideal for a function of ho this kind, and' both students and ho parents spent t,happy afternoon. An a intereting progratmme wan plut or through .with precilsion, the staff fron c both schools .having everything In good order ,They were nslonted In tile Judging by Mr V. T. Standish,. chalr lon of the High School Advlsqory Council. At the completion of the progran,. r- Cr. T. a'B., Cook (acting for the Shire 1- Preeldent, (Cr. W. MacGregor), pro. o osented the Shield to Iotty Taylor and h Ken Lakoman, captains of the Easnt tr endeor, and in doing so, congrltu fe Itted Iletty Taylor of the Eant School, tr and Hloward Paulsen of the West School, for winning the respective e chanmplonship events. Congratuln. r t...
BOY SCOUTS' ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING AT BENALLA. ROVERS' TROOP TO BE STARTED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938
D >BOY SCOUTS' ASSOCIA TION ANNUAL "MEETING AT BENALLA. C ROVERS' TROOP TO BE'STARTED. : Although. emuich progress has been made regarding ' the new Scout and Guide Half to be eree. ted at Bnailla; no definite site lia been yet seileted. At the annual meeting on Monday evening last, Sthe preident, Mr E. E. Carter, . uggested that a further drive be made to secure a suitable' block 'of land, pointing' out . the., building y Jcould, be-rected if this matter i was final 'sed l.ghteen mmbors nd omfcials at Stended the meeting,' which wasn pre e aided over by the presldent, Mr E. E. - Carter. . ' SApologies: '1were received ;from AMenosre V. Say, BIlnr., FP., A., ook, ' Sheppard, and Mofedameo Blair and Morgan. ' ' :. - SHOSPITALITY APPRECIATED. 'A letter wts received from the gen t oral 'ecretary of th n Boy FRcoutc' ' Anocltlon; convyeying . their , thanks for the snipper no kindly supplied by the Indles' social " committee to tle viltlng icounters during their week end, rnalio ronv...
NEW AMBULANCE NEEDED FOR BENALLA TRUST OFFER £100 [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938
NEW AMBULANCE NEEDED FOR BENALLA . TRUST OFFER £100 The question of"'the ' purchase of a' new ambulance to replace ;the one now, in use, was the main discussion when members ;of the. Benalla Ambulance. committee met at. the" Memorial Hall on Thursday evening 'lost. The llgrenl?hlnt, Clr.' lI. %V\. lsleke,. ur'lrh'dl., lotIlllH i)prent leing tihe .lrel .riny, Mr os I, T. BIrow n, T r llI .lye,' .IuIkIl)nn, lll nrnHHIoI . 'I', Iownlllw , JoI. l (illloper,. .1i. rlelll I111n V. JLueIIH h' i l 'noreIta 'l riipr'trl hitvingI clI theI' lIrollpiiil to. urhnOH 1'lL I' nw nllll-, nhulne11e. lie had inotlifid hler that Ithe goIut of it gi nlllhi'llllllanig woultd h, £It. gi, LnI( if the, u lllllll tee entall rniHe :llll00; he wlnlllnl recuniegnlll lilny lellt if L(100 fro te111 Iwllardl WII nn01 'l'ITruHt The nigiglgngittl' s oiaii wouil inditIin.ll .l a udlt i the 'e ilumenigonl nie?guitnt,' islid Ulythinig gioh tnllted (ilt lle onl iof the od11 lunlb luncr. 'ihiu offer .wnl openn flor ""llt...
FLYING SCHOOL FORMED AT BENALLA KEEN INTEREST DISPLAYED. LARGE ATTENDANCE AT PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938
FLYING SCHOOL FORMED AT BENALLA KEEN INTEREST DISPLAYED. LARGE ATTENDANCE AT PUBLIC MEETING. There was a large attendance at."' the Shire Hall at the publlc meet." ing convened by the Shire Proesif.' . dent, Cr. W. MacGregor; for the purpose of establishing a flying "'training schoot. There was such" :keen': interest. displayed .that' it, :'wasrn mnimously decided to form a schpol. 'The ':'meeting was preslded over by, the- shiro' president, who. welcomed ;fMenrrs Hood; secretary of, the- Royal . Vlctorlan/ Aero ": Club:; . H. HuIighes, 'chlef country instructor; 3J.,'Watklns. a' meomber,. of thi ;committeo,. of the V.R.A.C,; and . E.~" Hoy, of -VWangar ntta. :: 'Mr Hood, :In ',outlining the olbjects of? the movement. :-- said that the R.V.AC.'received a nublsdy which wns made', available throtigh the Civil Avi?tion Boaid., nnd their object wno to entabllh" a'..base at . Benalla: and ,work ono the same: basis on at. present at VWangaratta, providing a machine instructor and' mechnnl...