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INFANTILE PARALYSIS The Position of Isolation The Case at Benalla LEGAL POSITION PLACED BEFORE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
INFANTILE PARALYSIS Thie1Position of Isolation' T.he "Case': at Benailla:.' LEGAL', POSITION. PLACED .. BEFORE COUNCIL :-. ?T: Moniday's 'meeting of the Beon anll- i Shire Council. the H:ealth `: Inspector (Mr F-. Watson) drew "t oteitlon. to 'the :positlo' of isoldtlon. In reSolpoctto a ftmlly In IBnalia.,a The'. le tter 'readc as' follows:-- ' Following .on ,the case of paralysls :at?3 Bnall, -thee Morrls faiinlly. of Ca; rierlStreet, were issued with lsblatlon... notices: dated 2nd'Februiary and the' Isolation 'period to tbe 21- days: The notices were i'ignored when Alilca:;. 'Morrls. was sent to school on the 15th, 16th and 17th of February :'-Tho breaking of .Isolation Is a serious of fence and I placed the facts- in the hands of the Shire Solicitor. --Mr Clarke has reported on the case and Is asking further instructlonse, from . the Council. Tlih report 'is on` the the -table for Counclllors' pe'rusal.' - After the councilt had onsidered.':. -the ? legal position placed ;befor...
CLAY BIRD SHOOT Good Exhibition by Lurg Shooter [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
:: LAY BIRD SHOOT Good :' Exhibition by Lurg Shooter A;ToiI-OU(II the atntondiiice .wa, Ao.nmwlrhat- bolow Lth tiiutil, s?0one vcry flno. shoritLing WI wILItsoHlned nlt li e T1en1llit Cliy bird shouL'on Sut urtlay laot, lirtiiliarly in. the dlouble rie nnd "'l)ati nvlld iodoulle' eventP and an. intorotlitg l'rogrnnme 0o vn cluded' withl tho veteoran .iunmeOtCole imin, of Liig, b ronhitg,.4 sir ilh2 frolhi 130 yalds to ivln the bacInnl '. sweep.- '-; L. en:.rolilliann land mintl'lo Evane shotv welll to breakn 4 pairs from I1' yarda. in thel Deauvllld doubhleos, iind J. C. J"arr,a .a.dcoineoLr to 0...clny .li shooting;: gve a fline exhithiloll : tii 'win th?' doitblo ti;one ial jigltaeo Iorre' troh)lie hColdes divldhe1tn three ewoep otakoes. ';t"'lhe' t lillng, clubl elnmpion. .1 Caoper; witi oalso in. to:in ?hitin thei Jeane y:i trophiy ial 'tie ; tilr i~n :comptletitn :an iid :reerir llth betillirenk?f toheday (i(10 traight). SOtIhel' to. hboot wollL'werlo Cm. :ro-i nan,wiwo wio oon...
BIG UNRESERVED SALE AT DOOKIE [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
GBIlG UNRESERVED=. SALE AT DOOKIE ON. Thursday next. Mossrs -'Wattsn .:Tunbull and Co. and :Ernest:A Norton, of iShepparton, agents in-con jun?tlon, ,will hold an immenseo unre ;served clearing saleo of horses, cattle isheop, :farming, plant. s;ee'd :wheat, seed ,oats;, furniture and sundries at .MrA AL L.Bonnott's homesteadi, 'Glen wood," Doolloe. Thoe 'sale wiill''; cii nmopcoat 1 o'clock sharp Fitull par ticulars imay, be seen in our advortli ':+,+..- . S , +
AIR PAGEANT TO BE STAGED AT BENALLA [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
AIR PAGEANT. TO BE STAGED- AT BENALLA =A T Mondacy ' fmletinti ;of the 1ioll - alla . Shhiro Council, n letter wan' received from the local branch of tho R.S.S.I.LJ.A. asHkling: foi approval, iind co-oeratiloii 'ith regardi' to the holhi lIg of an alr Iagean-l in BlenalL at an ,.1 It I.-. W. lla ce- fiildi lmt-lh : hlad been.ln - convernation&lt; i..vith -. hMnajor Malinn, of thelli Civi Aviation Delart mont ; and: with - hin: co-opleratl't It has been ruiggOsted? that :an ofllcial opening of the newo naerodromeo he held. There was nnw only' 1£700 over draft on the Mb niorial :Itll and'It IIn tlhought tit it ivould :,be .el:tter, to run nin air ?rageant; inl lieu of the 'r:The CoJnell decled e to, co-operate 0nii:tilhe 'Pncldoent (Cr. T: '13.: .Cook), ? Cr lWallace and thle necrotary (Mr l j?, Mi;rily) wOern a'ppolrtedi t ciom omltte'e ti go hitI t'he : tatter ofar raniging I date,t "etc. _, ,
OPENING OF NEW STREET At Rear of Shopping Area [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
OPENING OF NEW STREET At Rear opf Shopping: Area AT thue 3Iconlia Shire .Council meeting Ihfit 1iondlay "tilel' Iolio tion of;oplening it new stlbet fr'om Church Strloot totardls il3rldgo Stireet at rear of main slopIiilirlg area, which originated. last Novelnmbr, was aganin disciHscd,. The shizre engineer,'- ?Ir Li D. I awockner, -reportcdi: as fol0lows:--T'ie ainendced ,proposal to. open at street 50 foeet wide hlas Icnll agreed to Iby ll the Illldowio.e-affected, the last ctln 'sent to come to ihand( being i that of thile Ofthodlist Clhilrlci' l'rlstieeH '' Tih coansent Ills beon inade conditional tlitt any clatlungs made oan the owono0 s hiill not e'ceeCd £20 in their Cese. According to- the original Drolposal the Council wiis to 1intnce iho "schoenlo to the extent of £227:'and oin this hasiL aL cuharg of £20 on hIo nallotment niei 'tloied will Ib' selllclent to cover ithe ,alance of the cost. The next :pro cOdll're will Ie to copllilete the arvoeys uindl lItLVe tlhe no:OarI'y t...
TEAMS FOR TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
; TEAMS .FOR .TO-MORROW. -w. ?Ui'U.S. l-nimpff i, 3yrne;R, iberts, J. Crckord, R; Goodninan, L.,Hoda;, H Smitlh; R. McNanmara, W;. Saun desrB, TK--Thowlls,t A. RualSI l(12tli).. .Tho 'Benacnilla Woet .cricket team,-?' to SlayVStewiarton it. Evans' ialddo willli.bo chosen from .tho followingff; .HIardingl (capt.), A.: Iardlng;, ~ : ,Bus.a? oCCliirk,'.McDoiaRilldi'W! Mur iiyii toHscit, W.' Ricliardion, Etch SMllar W. Stcolo,.q,wqst. Wý ?:
EMU BRIDGE PROPOSED RECONSTRUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
'EMU BRIDGE PROPOSED RECONSTRUCTION. A meeting, of Tatong raitepay e'i convened, by Mr' i. C. Payne :was held at Emu Bridge Ias Sat :;urday to disculs ways and meani 6f repairing: or replacing the ex isting bridge which has served the district for over 50 years. t o'th o.:its et':tr ayno Informed theo meeting, that :tho :oestimated coat bof t?anew?" conereto? bridge which Wouliid lbe niegotiabloe :.in flood 'time wouldi amtount to £3000:;. In view of ;the present statetof; the ilnances of Ithe .'atdn'rrldlng?? vilei?i '; ~ah the .heavlesth rated Irlding i th? shiro, he :dld inoticonslder su'ch an' expenditure wnas warranted, mor? e ar especlally when ,h:)brldgh wisa ,,on a: by-road and would' not erve -te IlI'onteres ts of the niajoibrity of iatlidyores: After stating ,thatf:nteresitod n loiins, overdraft and salnkin fun d a:cost the: rlding. 850, lio sorggcdtedi that ratepayers mightcon eider nil ani' ltornatd of the construie tloi(,onef; a tiuloer ridge ' iint a 'lower Cr?,A;' IT;...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
LOW CONSUMP ION and GREATER SAFETY againP.R OVI The ,test run by the SYDNEY TECHNICAL COLLEGE Depart- ..." menti of Engineering (see Certifi- '?,e 8 g ( , ute at right) is probably the si &lt; c2, i5 o most gruelling the engineers could re' K. devise. The NEW TEXACO .. ... . : :L MOTOn OIL again proved its l" '. . .. Slower consumption and greater o a; margin of effective and protectiveY t e0 ob;t lubrication. " " 1 - r . Vh tae jal 5ý 10? nio CONSTANT LOAD: Equi.: r. ;a . c epav vulent to carrying .5 pass- - ".- . ' °- ' engers up a gradei of I in " 70 (total Weight with car ; % =e V; T I o e a r S1 3,100 la.) .at '32 ..miles . *a' to t Oue se per hour for at diatance.' :0bO ; equivalent to 21,500 ?...-'" 'a; milesa per 1,000 niles. t c u oe d 'LC 01L CONDITION .At each St'e :" 2,000 mile change, "could t` 2 d A0 r tro °p still' e used ais a safe, , • ,c . effetive lubricant for ai c °f' ;.: longer period , says -- o, ao c.-,t Robert K. Murphy, Dr , Jng. Chem. E., M.I., Che...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
I-- FOR BETTER BABY WEAR . r L Saturday and Monday JENE STRATTON PORTER'S FAMOUS NOVEL '"MICHAEL O'HALLORAN" ALSO 8 STARS INCLUDING LAUREL AND HARDY IN THE RIOT "PICK A STAR" SHORT" AND NEWS DON'T MISS THIS SUPER ENTERTAINMENT- BOOK NOW (1For Goneral ExhIbIlton) " R L .FOR. LONDON BABY CARRIAGES ------r------ I
OVAL NOT FOR FOOTBALL Council Refuses Request [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
.OVAL OT LFOR FOOT-r r BALL::::: : ouncil :?Refuses ::Request AtL a m euting of the Ben alina . Shiroe. Council a lotter. was ;read fr omn the i3olnliir FootballI Club asking-i for, perminsslon'. to,'rent tho oval in the o:ardens' for footiall for the coilnrng seasron. Prior to thist atrpplleation,. two roq,uests ''.were i re ceivedr for the manme, frmi, the Hockeoy Club a?ndr th'e Girl Guldeo and ir ormlrb slon wan egr'antedi to the latter clubeh for the iloneof the groulnd. When the request.. was. r endr frome the Firootballl Clubi. theo.Cncllr decicld ..' on ithe motion: of Cmrs. Stolz and. 3leaiske that it be not granted.
8th LIGHT HORSE LOCATION OF HEADQUARTERS. Protest by Benalla Shire Council MOVE TO TRANSFER FROM BENALLA TO WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
8th-IGHT HORSEbkl -I ILOCATION. OF HEADQUARTERS. jioltest .by BenaIa l shire. Council , -MoE TO TRANSFER FROM BEN. :: ALLA TO WODONGA. A' :APrIOPBsAL, to remove 'th hicad ',.quartors of tho 8th. Llgiht' HoroB Regiment from nenalla to WVodonga, wRas placed before Wodonga, Shire SCouricl lat its .monthly .mceting, by Captain. C., J' Clilhoilm, :O.C. *Murray VaIlloy Squadron of the reginient. The letter. h ,ad booel adressod to.Cr;R. lclinardson, who pnHHced it on to the council,. .t Captnin Chisholmi wrotlb thati Ben alla,' which 'ld:i no0t poHseH ai trodp, wan not nearly Ho central haH Wod onga. .-.lie had, discuIsed,; the matter wnltlh Colonel Brldgeford,` of thoe staff ort ,tli. 2n;l Cavalry. Divlnlon, who itareoed 'wlth him,. ut explalncd tliatnv d(Ill hn?llt would. bo ncoded .beforeo 'change couldl.bo made. Captain Cliln holm ,anted .forl idvice- a. to whatll was :thoudhti) : o. thpl propottal.; i, . :Cr. Martin nl(i that the ' Defence :Departnient hnd ,t hall in W:odoriga hut de...
BOURKE & THEWLIS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
BOURKE ._'; THEWLIS--.,' JOURKICI .& TilIEWLIS'report hav ing held their `usual tfortnightly sale tin tho Corporation Yards,ilBen alla on T: uesday 'last the: 15th r inst;, whqn they offered a moderateo yarding of oal clasoes of stock to the usual attei?dance of the local trado, 'dlotrict gradzers, and outsldersi whi' opeorated In all sections of the=" mirket. i?The sale opened to good enrquiry, !compotl-' tion hbeing ,maintainedg throughout. "Prleos for fat cattle w?Oeo on a't par .with tthose ruling" last marketi ,while thodeoljtained ln.'the fat shooeepsoe tlon woere a Ilttlo firmer. .-Bacon sold at full late rates, iwhile iporkers and stores were inclined to case. A good clearance of all lines offered was of fected under the thammmr .'at iprices which - gave' satisfaction:" to the: ven dors· SFAT. SH;EEP. A t'?riolcdat yarding wlicij consls-' ted: citiefly of'lrtnbs, with' a few.pens of. wothers, vatluei'in this "section bei lIng fllrmer than those of the previoutt sale ...
SWANPOOL AND DISTRICT CRICKET FINAL R. Briggs (Warrenbayne) Compiles 109 [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
; ~I.SWANPOOL AND DISTRICT: CRICKET FINAL R. Brigg (Warrenbayne) Compiles 109 'The :iest' batting poiofurmance n "foar ?V'arienbynoe wei by ;.-I:'iSrig 1b 0 ianrid .V. Briggs 32. The firmer "also had excellent bowling figure;, talting 5= for18 Hin Swarinnool's tiliet Inningse :.nd :i; for 43 in the d second. Sw; a npooel in lthoir, necond innings? scored h160 of =wlic Trevor Essen high 3l9, 1 Horehur eh:23; nb out lit; .Allott 22: and A.stafford 2 wre thel chie f score r - ick o-}.Vrreei yno have, loot 21, wigkri ; 0fIn their snecd innling- anda veryi eloso anid elciting finish i ollowing are t: e details: '4 4First Innis 00-20 if!Second Inningsa teMurraya'lbivfi hw 0Brigg .; 0 oStafford ;h .riggs . F. Kelliamn,; eA. lWalker- bhR. 4 : llBriegse: ;. :. ;. . ... T Essenhigh liR: g .1 . D ; I. 14 i:l4? 'Aliott, bitR Esonh gh .; :7 22 v Tranter hI Cakey, n rinWii r niacn hi Briggs sTrov:Esoenhigh e W Stein h \I ::.ATr ontrs 0oS 1 Warrioon ,B Sundries 13 4icklvizii A Woiker 0Or 40a B rgs...
Benalla Stock Market [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
Benalla Stock: Market. W ATTS, TURNBULL :,& CO.. re port having held their fortnlgtly market at the Benalla Corporation Yards on Tuesday last, when:moder ate'yardings .soldnt.llSt ..TF5.OGln ate pennings of all classes of stock 'were offered to local graziers, trade and outsilde"buyers from Violet Town, Shepparton, Melbourne, Dookle, Devenlsh and St. James. The quality of the fat sheep and fat cattle yarded was particularly choice, a fact which 'speaks. highly' of the fattening capa blilties of the Bcnilla idlstrict. Fat sheep-were keenly sought affer and ,sold at- prices 'slightly in advance' of our last sale. In the fat cattle?section "'a total clearance was 'effected at very firm rates.- Store iksheepgand store cattle pvere only lightly repre sented, and met with'fair competition. There was good demand' fori;a moder ate yarding of pigs. 'Quotatlons:---,. A draft of exitra' prime crossbred twcthers on account' ofAr Mr.J. Cason, of Sivanpool;, sold kto' 27/, belnegtop price...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
S PERSONAL Miss Mary Crlly, of 'Warrenbayne, who left Australia in March last year ifor, a holiday abroad, and to witnes: ,the Coronation festivities, arrived :back:on the "Orcades." She was nmeot :'at; the boat by her brother, Cr. J. :Crilly, and her sisters, Mrs Pearson and. Mrs McKernan. She had a most ":enjoyable holiday. M Mr Evan Whittnkers, son of Mr and . Mrs W. J. OG. Whittakers, of "Roth earwood,"' Olenrowan, 0 has , received notification of his appointment to thu :taff of the Australian Instructionial Corps at BSale. ';1fMr and Mrse:J. Elliott (Quamba? took) are h?olidaying In IBlnalla with ;Mrs yElliotte' mother,f Mrs -:Miss',lro b Hl?ib ??sa;; retuhrned uafter hav ing , : spena weeks holiday in Melbourne ,:rinariejbl lol 'Jamres) of a Brunsaw ick., spent the we' i end o ith heri fther and.C mothern Cr. "and, nMrs d.r 'W Jamoe of WaLrren .whobaneo. ierntly _manyp olfriends; ee li '. Mrs V arnetty an nher daughter,'o Miss Mazy King, are holidaying at Mrs th h i Prell eli ...
GOORAMBAT C.W.A. SUCCESSFUL DEMONSTRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
;3GOORAMBAT C.W.A. R SUCCESSFUL DEMONSTRATIONS. ITIfCidorambat biranch 'of tlie W.'C.WV.A; hold Its monthly. meeting last week, when there wan s ri large,.= attendance' of membors and an' most:; Ilnterestlng. aternoon's work was car- rlod; out. The' businessn o the branch was got: through In the early pairt of tilo nOf tiornoon;?. In the, competition" for the besto: ponge, Mlrs Ople was: rst,. ooi; .Mrs HInarold Wallace second.. In tihe junior :competitlon for the inost useful l.4lIclomndelo out of a yard of cretonon' dllss Clarico I-am -was first, and Mllss "i.: MahoV"lvoldtmann second. ESbIggoestonn for subjects ?--for the * Speaklerse Club were then read,' andl aftei' a vote had been takenti It was foundl; that • "llow a- memboer, of tlihe C.WV.A'. can' help to Improve .the . Iranich'"?,waos thd moslt favored one. ,Medlai~mo Shi'lrp, Lowry, Trewln ?anoIo ;Day will ohe tile four speakers for theo-.,, :-April meeting. " TIols concluded the Itbilneson for.the". eafteinoon anmd Mbrs ...
ROBINSON & MONDS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
ROBINSON & MONDS. SOBJINSON? t?ONDS' report hay lo ng ihold thoeir usual fortnightly markcet In th'e iBonalla Corporaition Yards ont Tuosday last tho 15th' lnsit. There was a ?medium yarding or stock ftortwhlch ' compntitiofn wa very strong in alL classes WeV can quoto: FAT CATTLM. We had a nice yardIng of prime quality cattle. :-We'"secured top price of. the yards with a pen of prime quialty Hereford bullocks: sold. on ac count of Mr A;;Nixon' of Molyulllh; and` purchased by Mr Ryan of Dookie. They: made "£11;'with his. second pen beoig' sold at, £1010/.' The o.whole conslgsnment averagrig f £10/15/. A nice quality Don. of: bullocks on. ac countt"of Mr A:MHoywood of Warron bayno: old at'£10/1/,; and were pur chased;tby'~Mri: J.?:Lawsa of +Sheppar-: ton: !Lighter ` weightL ibultoehstrf0, £ /6%; ,£9/156/Uto4o£10*I ;primet halfqr ?. Krri ",: ,,.?,? ?,;+++-x? ?? ?+?,+. ? ?? ?? beef, 16//L £I8/2/6. £8/10/ to 18/14/ -fat cow, -6 £6-615/ to- £?/10/;- ft-. hulls to .6/0/:; choppers...
BENALLA CUP RACES LOCAL STOREKEEPERS AGREE TO HALF HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
BENALLA ý CUP RACES LOCAL STOREKEEPERS AGREE TO''HAL HOLIDAY.:. BenallaqclcsngC uluwi hold ate :T GpC.Mip eting on' E ght; HIourn'. Day,. Mon;lday, 8thMliAlrch.: 1038,:: The. lenala lTraders' ;Asosidelatlon have ,ratited a half=holiday for tihls?day and husiness ihouseesi villleriloso at 1 -p.n. Thisl meetirig ,should;. prove .'highly successful; .The IBenallanCuptl carries n; nlceas takelt, £1 10/0/i-.lncluding. a Cii? trophylvalued ;at £10/10i/, which has ".leen'donttel 1by IMr J.:'J.. Linton, Prosident?of the Willl itbstown Rhe" legiClub.: N lomiriationLwitll c?los' to sliht: with?-iiosecroetary, Mr tLanco s -CI'Nell. ;:ltts~ xopected that a large entry: ill b forth iomIng.