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UNSATISFIED ORDER ORAL EXAMINATION OF LABORER. COURT MAKES ORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938

UNSATISFIED ORDER ORAL EXAMINATION OF LABORER. COURT MAKES ORDER. ANDREW GRAHAM, casual laborer, was examined at the Benalla court yesterday regarding his in- ablilty to satisfy an order made at the Benalla court on 3rd March, when S. Warnock secured a verdict for £16/10/ damages for the negligent driving of a motor truck, with £6/11/ costs.     Mr Mal. Ryan appeared for the judgment creditor.   The Bench was occupied by occupied by Mr. I. W. Williams P.M.   Andrew Graham gave evidence that he had not paid anything of the amount. At the time of the making of the order, he was the owner of a racing dog, which he had sold to Mr. McKenzie for £7/10/. McKenzie later sold it to Dennis, but Nicholson was now in possession of the dog, in sat- isfaction of a debt which he owed   him. He had a truck on the hire pur- chase. It was insured for £100, and after it was destroyed, he paid £72 which was still owing on it, as well as a...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Local and General [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938

Local and General COUNTY COURT AND GENERAL SESSIONS..- sllting .of the Benalln County Court and General', Sessions will be 'held 'at Benallah commnecilng on Tuesday next. There will be now trial In the case,' Patrick -.. Reni v. vT. Nelson and it. C. Clyno,.for £99 dam ages for alleged negligence. A provi ous trial was held at the Bennlla April slttings of the County Court, and n fresh trial was ordered following an appeal. to the Full Court. A second 'case-II. P. Ford v.. R. Nelson-for £99 damages for. alleged negligence in the driving of a truck will also be heard. In General Sesosions, two cases are listed viz., Edward (Koochel, larceny of a cheque form valued at. 2d. and forgery and uttering; . Douglas C. Ayton, offence against a girl. DAMAGING FLOWERS IN GAR DENS.-A few' weeks ago damage' to the extent of about £2 was done to flower beds In the IBenalla Gardens. Yesterday four, local Indis were brought before 'Mr I. TV. Williamp P.M. In the Children's Court charged with tlie of...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938

Watts,T urnbull & Co STOCK, LAND AND FINANCIAL AGENTS HEAD OFFICE: BENALLA. BRANCHES.-Wangaratta, Rutherglen, Dookle, St James. Devenish, Violet Town, Euroa, Yea and Manfleld. Stock Bales also conducted at Yarck, Strathbogle, Huffy. Brlmin, Bonnie Doon and Longwood. AGENTS FOR : The Famous *"Cooper's Dip" (Manufactured in Aus-. tralia). The Curator of Estates of Deceased Persons. The Commercial Union Fire Assurance Co. Ltd. London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, and Finance Company. Sub Agents for Australian Mutual Provident Society, Trucking Agents for Watts, Turnbull and Co., Melbourne. *We also'-have a big selection of Houses and HOUSE AND, BUILDING BLOCKS for Private"Sale, and Intending buyers should 'make a, ' point of seeing our I st. LOANS ARRANGED. We can arrange Loans over Broad Acres and Bownship Securities at the Lowest Current RHates. of Interest. Strictest Secrecy. WATTS, TURNBULL AND CO. 'Phone 17. BRIDGE STREET. BENALLA Robinson and Monds GEO. ROBINSON,...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Football Rules NEW HAND-BALL LAW. OLD OUT-OF BOUNDS REINTRODUCED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938

"'NEW HAND-BALL, LAW., OLD OUT-OF-BOUNDS RE. INTRODUCED.. "IElt Australian 'Natlon?l Footliall Council delegaLtes +at ?Melbourne nlst week adopted a new ' hand-ball law and re-introduced the old `out-of hounds law,' Shepherding, thaet was one of tho blots of the "old out-of hounds lay', will not be allowed;, ." The hand-ball. law Ins: "A player." who IS in 'posssslon' df the baill must at once"kick 'or hand-ball the ".bhall when firmly held by nnan opponent. If,. he falls to kick or hand-ball the ball immediately, a free kick : shall hbe' Sgiven against him 'for,( holding: the.s ball." The out-of-liounds law is +"A free: kick shall he' . aswarded 'agalnas? a player" who wilfully klks"' or forces the ball out' of hounds without lit hbe-" ing toutched by. a?lother player, the'. free to, he given to the" nearest op lponent. .In all" other cases of the ball being kicked, forced( or taken- out-of. bounds,. the central umpire s.ehall dir. oct the boundary umpire to throw the hall in over ...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Saturday's Cricket Results Good Performance by E. Harker [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938

Saturday's Cricket Results Good Performance by E. Harker With the continuance of dry weather, wickets have beent for the most part good and fast, and as a result the scoring has been mainly in favor of the batsmen. Last Saturday some 14 batsmen scored 40 or over, the highest score going to the credit of Ernie Harker, the Stew arton all.rounder, who scored 'a meritorious 102 not out against the Diggers. He followed this up with 4 wickets for 15, and Diggers were. very fortunate to escape defeat. Other fine scores were those of Bol len of Dookie College 77, Ted Cleary 62, Edwin Peacock 57 and S. Pink 56 not out, whilst a veteran in Hec. Smith batted in fine style for 52. .Albert Harding of BenallaWest; had the best bowling figures, taking 8 Friendly Societies' wickets for the splendid average of 8 for 36; and Jim Green in the two. nnings of the Railways took 7 for 24. Footbal lore scored their first win by defeating Railways outright, and there were again four matches which did not re...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Palestine To-day INTERESTING ADDRESS AT WANGARATTA [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938

.Palestine _Tday INTERESTING ADDRESS AT WANGARATTA :: One of the most arresting addressss ever delivered to a meeting of the Cathedral branch of the C.E.M.S. was that of Professor Hancock, son o Archdeacon Hancock, of Melbourne which was enjoyed by a large gather. ing of members in the Willcox hall or Wednesday last. The president, Bro. R. M. Harcourt presided. Canon Dicker, in introduc ilg the speaker, stated that Professor Hancock, now Iqcturer at the Birming ham University, was a Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford. Earlier in his career he had lectured at Perth and then Oxford, thence he had returned to Australia, and was at the Adelaide University for seven or eight years, and on his present visit he came as a mem ber of a delegation from all parts to discuss Empire relationship. Professor Hancock, on rising'to speak, received a warm ovation, and stated he would refrain from becoming academic. His visit to Palestine required him to make certain investigations into Jewish and Ar...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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BENALLA RACING CLUB ANNUAL MEETING HELD ON WEDNESDAY SMALL DEBIT BALANCE ON YEAR'S OPERATION [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 11 November 1938

BENALLA RACING CLUB A^NUAL MEETING HELD *ON WEDNESDAY MALLDEBIT BALANCE ON YEAR'S OPERATION Pa.ce:T "d with the heavy burden of taxation for the year of £83/16/, :i--and the fact that racing throughout the country, ha.: declined, the Benall* Racing Club flnished 'the racing ea.on with a smal? debit bl:.: ablnce of £13/10/. Th, ::balance-sheet dsloloed a. lor 'of ' e13 ton Sr the C "Autumn .meeting, '£28/16/6 on! the Cup. meeting 'end £40/13/2 on Sthe "June meeting. The club .ntend 'making an appel to; mem6bers to . pay up their :"ubcrlption ,'so. that they will be able to meet an addl.. *' tional .liability of £88;,Iwhichh-ai:'to be met .mmedlitely 'ý. -no meeting wans. presided over by ;.tho .president, Mri H. .'S : Johnston, .others present .being. Measrs HS. Mui' Slihy;, T.r P.- Ea'un, J. Miorris, *At. Arm i atrong, J, ;JlAnderson, 41 H.'; Hoielncl, ;G.. F. Graham DinlD Pittendrlgh, 'A.'; rubb. J..Noorinn. -An apolgy -was receive d from Mlr Noel Brown. - ', '. " TENDEREDb RESIGNA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 November 1938

Benalla Open Air Talkies WHERE THE CROWDS GO FOR ENTERTAINMENT. I:TU[SDAY IS ANDII[R 1/- NIGHT TWO BIG PICTURES, NEWSREEL AND" CHAPTER (2) OF THE THRILLING SERIAL, "GREAT 'AIR MYSTERY" ALL FOR 1/-. WE PAY TAX. Special Wednesday & Thursday THRILLS, ROMANCE, COMEDY IN THE SPECIAL ATTRACTION LLOYD HUGHES IN "LOVERS AND LUGGERS" ALSO' ROGER',PRYOR IN THE COMEDY ": 1000 DOLLARS A MINUTE" SHORT AND NEWSi8 BE ADVISED-DON'T MISS THIS SHOW. r _ '' . ; (For General ExhitlbtIon) . to i ,,": ý .. N x N f ý . WHIEREVII you plan to go this Christmaus . . use your car! You'll travel in comfort, at Ilisure, and at your own convenience. And with Texaco in the tank you'11 travel at jar less coat! On recent tesats by Australian wide Automoblile Cluhbs three popular cars, with full 4 passenger lahds, were tested over various holiday routes in Australia - all did better than 24. miles to the galloa RESUL on TEXACO-This is less R TS OF than one-farthing per per. RA.C.A. TEST AL son per mile. "No ...

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NEWSAGENT SUES MINER FOR DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF COLLISION TWO TRUCKS COLLIDE ON HUME HIGHWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 November 1938

NEWSAGENT SUES MINER e FOR DAMAGES ARtiiN6 t'iY OP 8 6OLLisN1 t TW6 T?iucis doLLIEg 6il( SiMJMý Hi&4Wt1fA Shortly after onei o'clocii n the afternoon of 14th July last, two trucks came into collision on the t Hume Highway near Baddaginnie. At the Benalla County Court on Tuesday last, H. P. Ford,, news f agent of Yackandandah, sued I obert Nelson, mtiae, oef Seymour, for t?o dalt?iiee 1 ti 'lionar, Judge Mocando ptr eldod. Mr D. AM; Campbelt (Inttructed by Mir McConkey of Melbourne) appeared for the plalntlff, and -tr ft. V. Monna htlnt (Insttructed by tMr- W. Osborne oft gtymoul) riptielred for the de LendtHhit Henry Patlitlk ,ot'd, oif i.aciharida dith, "ihOWitit?et, hlit ; evllldetrt that lit abuutltlt o 14tli July last he. was drivinig a' iucck 'lIn rio~ttherly dtll'co tion belu'een l3itddagltlnid' and lien nine. After iiaslsiil: itriddtigintildt he wall on his cdredi sid. at aibout at i tihlles tieF litif: 1io tiwi ri ihorse tltiih WviIg;rliohtei, coinillie towards him. ...

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BOYS AT CRICKET "THE GANG" DEFEAT "ANDERSON'S" [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 November 1938

BOYS AT CRICKET "THE- GANG" .DEFEAT ' ANDER - ,; -SON'S": n0, e'ndlrivy "The Gnin"' met "An deronn's" team, and despite the heat ai i0ood' ily's .crlek?Lt. ivan enjoyed by all' ' Ander .on " n batted ilrst but were 0oon diIxtiilxedi for 'th"e ?4ill eor :a 1. i na.h K. t1eanly in. < Tnlo h1nti and . . ICcnnedly :: alking the' vickets . 'The Ga'(ng"' nii't' d 40 run,; I. n, "elven beIng .top seCorer with 10 runfl,. IH :Anderson, trnt bowler, tek Ing 'wlickets, Including ' hat trick. ".A n;ler'on"'n" Inl the tecond Innings initnde 38 rune--quite an imnprovement on their filrt . ttempt. :"The Gang" required l11 runs to iwin t and ntmia theti' with the lons; of two wicketS, winning hy 3 rUns : 'nd 8 wickets,. Bcoreson:--:i: "Anderson's Team. lirstt Inning.,-K. AcleGavin. 0. l11tl Indeir 0 N: AnderndnO0.. 14. Anderson ,. Iton Crockfrdt 0. It. Andersonu 0, Brure Snilth 0, Jnack- dlnifer;". ? K. Quinn not; out 0, Howard, Pnauien 0,' Joe MlGOlll 0,' sundries., ' Total 12. Second I...

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Benalla Girl to Fly to England [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 November 1938

Benalla Girl to fly to England hMlls Kath Cunnlngham, only child of Mr nnd'Mrs J. .1. Cunningham,. of Car rier Street, leaveH ntenall on Hunctiy next for Sydney; from whence she will go by al. to Elnglnld. the follow ing 'l'tolndy.l for. her mnlrringe to iMr Dnlid Rcnnlo, ilutilauni nlluli cull iatitlllll Ill 11IIIIIO I IIII l ' The Noatlonal Insurance Cotmlnl?no annllunces the appoitnntm (lltt of Air l. G. W\\'tsonn n .distrlct Inspector under the termns of the Noationnl Henlth antd P'enslons Insurnnce Act, • 1938. AMr Waltnn will he'nvnlnbile to memllrs of the puhlic at ltenalla from "21st Novemnher: next. Interviews and on *IIdtRten: o" to the Commonwenlth ntlional Insurance Scheme will be we'conmlcl,anti comlunielntionn shoulll he :nlddlrsed to him 'care of tIle I'ost Oflte, j3ennlli. At the conclusion of thle Itenitllo Sewerlatge Authority meeting yester day, Mr Alf Urhnhno was Ipresented with .a gold'watch sultably inerlibed, hbyMr WVim. Say, ni n token of appre elntion of tlh...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 November 1938

PERSONAL fMr itdii Lane, i membier of the staff of iirmewari lWriguit o, Wiiid has received notice of {i itaiisei: d Bairnsdal, was fArewelled by men, hers of the bt7tiiploti Urduil onFid nesd?y last at at surtirle everlnig at the home of IMr C., Poevltt. ilr Toni liile, sieretary ti thi' Ci1inilorj Society, made film ri .lireseittiti l of a travelling case on behalf of those present and. wished him every hap piness In his new position. The many friends of Mrs Tercett (senr.) who was Injured In a motor accident at :Avenel 9itweeok,:will be pleased to learn that she Is making 5atlfiactOry' progresB itthe itl ornd of her:soil dind daughteir-ln.iitri, lif tid Mir 3.eo'rtett, of )iavey tiret; ten alia West,' -- - Mrs T.. Crotty, wife of. Mr Crotty, assistant postmaster at Benala., who underwent an :operation last week, is progressing satisfactorily, tfins Dreslei, of Aditaide, is the guest oft . ..a tid Midt ,tudCatrdel, Mrs' Anieoll, ofutobuiniha, ti hill dttculhi; with ntr; :tanhi Mr ...

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LITERARY VISITOR JOHN WALLACE "CLICKS" AGAIN. CRITICS PRAISE HIS THRILLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 November 1938

LITERARY VISITOR JOHN WALLACE "CLICKS" AGAIN. CRITICS PRAISE HIS THRILLERS. M . I JOHN,-VALLACE, the noted aIthor atof thrlllers, hadn been. vim-: ting. lepailla , where he hb Ihen :the guentL o hic cousin;:,ll'r.D.V. Ileatney,: ':lIe i :.engiitged" tin::i ill.inevcrnedlllug tank 'nf Illidliig? "local color"' nd cult ale materaorl ' for" future i(bhrlllero Since he left his native T'lamtnlnni he has wllndered uhout thile world. nd hna been repllonalble for 37 thrillers. ?Ir Wallace - i now Inmaking at trip ar-otinl AttItrlall, land hoes to gel sullliclent notes . frln the different toiwnt end ,llle hlle' violin to keell lil h)y fbo or if' Home thmne when lie retii'n. toi hi lhome In I)ttiHieononin. Villtorll. le will regquire loile :i indle, lam he wl'rltes nowI Io tii h 111! of 12 to it books per yeor, which talie hint vairying porlodc up) to i month to write. Mfr V'IiIICi'XH nIlits Ihook. 'riue Medt Minllet Myasteiv,' Ii oveni) ,ette for ook. It li,, Justt loon re leased. CrltlcH ...

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£72,000,000 CASH AND CONVERSION LOAN [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 November 1938

£72,000,000 CASH AND CONVERSION LOAN TIJ announcement of the Common wealth Government's cash and conversion' loan,of £72,000,000 appears by advertlsement in this Issue The loan Is now open, and nil holders of Australlan Consolidated 3 and 4 per cent. Inscribed Stock and Treasury Bonds maturing on 15th December next are invited to ', convert .their holdinga Into the now loan The In terest rate Is £3/17/60 per cent., .the prlck of Issue par and the term' 10 years, the Government however,' roe taining the option of redeeming the loan .on or after 11th December, .1952. £4,000,000 of the loan is new money required for urgent defence purposes, and citizens, being well aware of the. absolute necessity of making provl elon to secure tile adequate defence of Australia, should willingly and.( Im mediately subscribe tie money. now sought. Holders of bonds and stockl repay able on 15th December next are urged not to delay making application for conversion into the now loan but ..to lodge their'...

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Kent Street to be Sewered [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 November 1938

Kent Street: toi be Sewered A sT votrdiay'n citeting of tmhe Unn ; nllhiw: H?uweringe Authority, it re-. qltu t atns :;recelved rornm" S. lfidcld' to0, IJ Burns Riod.l M DIwitws nilk' that' ithe Itri of ?Cent 'reet l ei' HiiW 'lTe englilctiti said that .he hald Inliddi it ifi?lh e?timlate, ta.ilo'tronam No. ? puirntin, utstlonD to) bhi 'R in four propeor'tlte,would li' abouto £70 to Ith Authorlty. lie thollght- that they, should t mltke aln alteration , for the provielon to' tnol in a .i lock rie.r lh line'. This wonuld, ontailn 's ctri ex penditoi, to lbring the cost ito. £100. , It writ declded, on the ::motion oi Cori. Stolzt nhd Bloekoe,'toexten(d the osover" to theo northi boundairy'orf Kent Street' t thtie estimateil cstW .ot £100. iien0garding tho requestitor.-'ann eti mlte of-. the, cost 'of' houset connections. the,' Authority ideclded, th att the Irnop orty; owners ascortailnotlh cost tihem 1~'"

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SHIRE RATES UNCHANGED [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 November 1938

SHIRE RATES UNCHANGED AT' Alondny'. Council meeting, th e noticon unl? nitted by ridlng coun clllors Indlcated nthitt the rateH for thei forthcoming fi?anncial yen " WhI be .unchanged. -J. The notlcos or. motion nll. ihnlittied were as follows:-Centra. l !/l, Tat ong 2/3 2koih nlii.,° 'W:arrenhoaynui>t an( Douvenish 1/9 dach.

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USE OF SHIRE HALL FOR PUBLIC MEETINGS. THE QUESTION OF NATIONAL INSURANCE. REQUEST BY RATEPAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 November 1938

USE OF SHIRE HALL POR PUBLI(i MMETINOS, tHE QUESTION oii NATIONAL INSUfiANY . fREliUis BY RATEPAYERS. A ittar, signed by 31 ratepay. ers was received by the Benalle Shire Council at its meeting on Monday last at which it was asked that the Shire Hall be made available for a public meeting to. night (Friday). Some discussion took place on the matter," after which it was decided to grant the request. Cr. Stolz said that Rev.' Wllklinnon would be chairman and aM ratepayers they were entitled to the ,hall, I thereupon moved that permlOalon he granted. In ceconding the o.motion, Cr. A. Harrison said that the bill' was a pre posterous oner. He did not' thlnk ?it was right that a man on 1 'a week should have to pay 1I/6 ai week when he might not llve long enough to col lect it. It.' wuld' have. t .disastrous effect'on the casual worke" and would throw ' lot on' the unemployed .mar keot.. COUNCIL TAkINO A?tls: " Cr. Cleary sald that by granting the hall treeo the Councli Was taklng side..'....

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THE S BEND AT GLENROWAN ANOTHER SMASH—AT MIDNIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 November 1938

THE S BEND AT GLEN . ROWAN :" ANOTHER SMASH-AT MIDNIGHT fiIII Hi4 nt ,t (llnrolwtt, ? win li I? rogltttlred Io tihe t oll t dn-· t roll onl raiLwayl croingrlll? beLtwoolnl' a,?IoJ)ollelb'on Inl AIlbUti.?y, 0(fw t L the Icet tnothieP' cidc!llollt.itl s lidnll(]ln ht. oll o ;nlliu I' Il llt, A few weekll t o ih t mO ng-Illltn'olln tldllte titl tf the 0.0.1. oivert ernoed thrI Lilnon It Il'rot I dliylliltiht. . Oi ,onlIll liy lorlllllhtlni H i t, .I ,lnllll ley A*nr of :Hout tho YN rnt . t a ru ll.]"1 11''1 I II"(? l.',"Url lltltlk r0 1 *|ll'll.' Ii t'i,. |lt'lH ll.nlit\''O illh " ~'tl~l~h- l'l01o1: ll~tl° Vllllt haul h ,IIIn aIt 1)oI· l for II f y dayl( "isll l?l, twtItt IIlellint. t lrt n .t f eom, |ldotle, when hitten 08 ot out- .l'c.fitisttrol nnil lrolll It ltlnlin tttH' he II. t.?elcl Ito 11.i11 lit ' li I 1; i?'liil IllIl'I liIiic!ll.; lt(n~llll( (tilII HeItItIIH Injury, :Iilnog .re!'c?olvete t ol?lwht ittJllry lto Itln of Iler eyeo. Theo dtllver, IIn t tatellme? tt tio tleo pol...

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Benalla's Water Supply PRESENT FLOW OF STREAM GOOD. NO RESTRICTIONS IMPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 November 1938

Benalla's Water SuIpply PRESENT, PLOW OF STREAM '. G000D. ;NORESTRICTIONS IMPOSED.'' 't !yesterday's meeting of the Ben M1rla :vaterworl s Trust, the engineer,:,: 'MrI;E D. F'nwlckner) . reported the toiw'of'the Broken Tliver good and he hotight with continued dry wea?herl'.: 'n it it .oluld'not stop before Xmns. STo?thought that it would not drop': "aplilly, and would probably hold un-. til well into January. Ho exliressed.. lurprhis that there was so much water coming dow'n. With such a favorable report there se every indicntion that there will not 0o any 'restrictions for some time. TO STOP WASTAGE OF WATER., . : On the motion of Come. Stoil and; Biaske It was decided to appoint?.. ? man: to patrol the town with a .vlow to' proventing wasitago of ,water'.by ?±'

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PRESIDENT'S ROOM TO BE FURNISHED [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 November 1938

PRESIDENT'S 'ROOM TO BE FURNISHED A ir ,onlay', menethin or the Coui cil, Cr. Cletiry ref.rredr i t 'the meagre Pil)elirnltlc of the lresIldelnt'e roomre, andl Hild that In It" llreselnt condltlon IL wnx unxuitnhle" to wel cLome any distingulHhed vlxltor. CI. Blekite ctaid' that the 'itter i'ltli ibeen Huiggected by Ci. itllnton, who would haveI hirought the matterl fr' IwarI'li hlltl 11e? bieen present thlat day. Cr. Bleake cuggested that they have aI vilito l" book.: . . .. It Wan dcitded to, le ti'avthi ;imilttej t ti ticlmnllt mmniltttco tio 'Sp tiurt to the next tunct g;

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