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OBITUARY MR. WILLIAM BECKWITH. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
OBITUARY MR;' WILLIAM BECKWITH: .. TIE death occurred at t-he 'Moor Soapna Mospital :recently:; of, Mr William l ckwlth, an .'old andt highly respected i resident of.Tatura" and' d is-' trict ,;ith late Mr yt Belwittih who wn 80 6years. of age, had benen ailing for about two ea;:yrs. -Following a Oselu'e iearly 1 3Sanuaryj be was take.n tothe Ilooroopn'a Hospital. For ,laty years deceased 'carried on bul csn :in Tatura' ns a' blacksmith~ . He ietiredl fromi bulriness:5 ~'eai: ago , aind had sin iice; lived privately in the townr Mr; A ?? .ec'lvlth, of Taoitura, and :foimerly otf Thoonais on?of fOive sons who :survive' him'i He io s alsi ' survlved i byhis wlidow" and. four daughiltes.., '': MRS :ANNIE C'RHODES.' E death occurred at heiir zI6denco -;:>13ri Eiro _Strt iee'n Bnoralla West. n Tuesdiy last'.of Mrs Annie' Clara. thode, rellict of: the:' late .'Mr John 'thodes; Deceased who was 80 years f age, 6i as born at. Armloy, Leeds, :orkshire, England 'At: th 'age of 10 -ears she...
Petrol Bowsers and Powers of Council [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
Petrol; Bowsers :and Powers of: Council-4'. A'i Aondny'SR mooting. of th.i lien nilt Shlire Councill an applclllation wna received from 1i. "Arnott t'o ro open tho road to orffect reptir to the underground petrol nit. Similar ap pIICIcIJoIIH were slnoI received i from theo C.O.II. and ])'Drulmnmol's OOrngel. 'TIhe enllgneer (Mr L. 1). Fawctner) pointed out thnt tho.Council hlnd no powlcr,t ifgrltl. It, untlti'hnd no' Jurmin dictin ovcer the mnlt roind. ITe ln1d that all tindergrotnd tn1lm shou!ld ilmloli'? h lo -n ,V ii n i' ý i .(.t: ii.' It '?ii tldecided" to lnflolmrni thei"npptl elliitx LhI Lthe Councilnhl had n power nlll tlh miimletr oIf pI1Utrl tIowner iwCIin left In thle hnllld of the Centll.inl rldllig InlCimbIer'H .
HIT THE DECK WINS HURDLE AT BENALLA Nartchelmah Scores a Double [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
HIT THE .DECK WINS. HURDLE AT BENALLA Nartchelmah. Scores 'a Double Intorest in speed coursing in S :Bonallo is being maintained,-thls being evidencod' by the large crowd which attended ,Wednes day night's meeting. - Therer were excellent entries 'for the sevenl raiceso which: were decided ldur Ing the evening. A feitllroe of the rnoeetingiwrs the idoueble scored by Nltrtoheholih hi winining the sixth (uivision of the flennlln Stake Iantd liLO) thle 11n1I of that event: )etlalled renult:- BENALLA STAKE Sixth Division. 31)i yarlds. hinLer £5, ru'llnner'-iip £t/10/.. thir'dr 10/. NAit'I'CIIIAI.,\IA, t lrs \.lr, A. ]Jyrne'e iv I (i'ntlher' JI'eLIrn L-Finitl'° Duty) . .'..... Stlis Arrow, i-I' WilIsoni'H' lihd dr .. 2 Aut'ilnln Tlilts. EitLe Illl ICelloir's :hbd id .. .... ;. .. .. ... 3 Other 'itarters.-C'hrlsile's P'ronlie, (ytnUIn,-l t1rry) llBrindile , ..IJlougntL. vlrliing H ouris. "'']'tiltlg.-:i to 1" ngLt AuttlllIn Tints, 5 to -1 NorLchtemnlnh, .10 Mlels Arrow. Volln tby li leng...
HEALTH REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
HEALTH REPORT H,?I-IC H HealthTInsnpector,;I: .Mr. at S-. son;,.eoported: at :l Monday:s meoot ing as, follows, tih. report, being re Sceived except: where' otherwise specd Infectious'd, DiasefoLees-No further cases .of Infectloui . diseases have been rdported -in this Shirb'e lnce last SCoiuncilid. meeting,i- and ]i onsequently the Shire` has been, ideclared, a clean area .with regard to' infantile lparaly I Slaughter-.Yards and, other `Business Premises.-Slaughter yards have been 'inspected several times::during- the nimonth' and .found to -be clean 'and well :kept. Shops :and .other business ";premnles' Int the Shire are; generally clean anid in good order, A ,few, minor faults: have :been noted and rectined. "Accaumulatlons bf rihbblshie wre noted on.some.ipremises: and notices served on :resiponsllble &lt;:persons ; ordering a :general clean ;up.: ?'?. i :?:, :DrailnsA.-Adralin running north from IoKent: ttreattow ards . the' railway was found to e ie'n a;;stagnaint con...
SCREEN VERSION OF FAMED NOVEL PRAISED BY CRITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
SCREEN VERSION OF FAMED NOVEL PRAISED BY CRITICS. A?A Iho Ilnlllor, 1athns 1 i ll1 3gellno norInHII:l' heart il 110 11 hL t I lwoo mIll)110o of3L readersI for (ILIam Alr(1t toll-Iorter'H bonutH IInOVel, " halllhl O' tllll lornil Ihave boo1n recallpture fll IIdelity ll i public's t lOcreen verIIIn, which will 10 sIon at lIonaolt T'I'Itle;s o11 ISltl'dy and lhondly. AIIlloo 'otero collllll hIlav wloheII for no 1mor00 apI Illlnllg It young llrotoonilt thlan .Illnlle ?IoIl11n,I the youngOltol who malde Ich II 1h111t n "VIaltlt II the l'ol'dI fr' C13u rle," land ChIIIenlO iWyatt 1a3 hh Ii tltl cripledl sloter wrullillg 111111. It 3 1r fro0n the iyn' 1athetic audlllence. Also In thIle llc lire IH "MllIlcey 101?lot," Ia special ltolllle? by Walt 1)lIsnlloy. The .Htiplllllolllg ICIcture I ILanother piccl 1111 w 8lh attrn headed bIy I'IHY KIlly, all I.ltrel andl Illlay In the ,ll3t3dy 1:lh.cal I'le'lc i s1tar." T'hi3 111:11 18 l3llrnlled full of laughs .et to he ry ml''. llil3 t. The 1llll1 ...
CRICKET NOTES POSITION OF CLUBS. "A" Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
CRICKET NOTES ,POSITION OF CLUBS; "A" Grade;' a-.Y - ,.I Benal . ;.4 2 1 .0 1 r1 Diiddaglinnipo . 4 2 0 0 2 10 06orambat ' . 4 2 0 %0 .-:2 10 Footimhleis 4 . 1 1: 0 2;; 8 Vlolot Town ':. 4 1 : 0 2 , 8 D1iggers..;-r; .o. 0;'4 : 2..0, 2 )0' Dooki', College' :. ,4 '0'0 '0. 0 ,'-4 ' . "B Grade. Stewnrton . ... 4 2 1' 1 0 17 Benalla We .. . 2 1 0 1 ,11 Dovenish . '. 4 2 0 1 1 12 Itailwnys '. .. 4 2 0. 0 2 :10 SMeotlhoildits:. • ;... 4 1 0 0:, 'O 3 L 3 *aoomnllboo 6'.;, '*. 4 4 ' O,. 0 d ý.?4 : DRAW' FOR; FIFTH; ROUND.. . Matches ror:' the 5th . round' com mence to-morrow., on thl o ground of _the lflrst naied club:- Diggers V. Goorambnat Violot Tow' n :v1 Footlballers '1? ddaglnnlo v.- Doolo e Collegeo - :Friendly: Societios v.,:Bennalla,;. : Dovonlsh v. MAetlhodlists;. Benall, We-,Bt v.. Stowarton. . nRailways v. aoomallboe. /
MR T. BERRY TO RETIRE [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
MRI T BERRY TO RETIRE ' HE I9:'"Engtnl" reprenitativoe was informed; by Mr ;T. Berry that hoe was., retlringl fromn.business ..and had leased his; premises . to Motor SSpares;whlo :Lntend.'to extend - the building,: Motor:iSpares?wlll open 'in Benalihon'ithe -25th ADril. &lt; ?'Readers Lvill be glad, to, kno w that Mr Beryrynintendso toa reslde in Ben-. .alla and takoianiacilve' part in pub lie work ,+"i 'j.' / ,
DIGGERS v. FOOTBALLERS. Diggers Win by 131 Runs. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
DIGGERS v. FOOTBALLE?RS:. Diggers Win by 131 Runs. The Diggers team having scored 213 for the loss of 6 wickets, declared its innings closed, and Footballers opened with B. Squires and E. 2lacklan to the ,bowling of Frank Kennedy and RIay Gillett. Edgar was bowled by Ken nedy for 1, and Viv Macklan who fol lowed, had only reached 4 when he wal bowled by Gillett with, the score 3 .for .13. ;Ji? -Wilson came in and I Immediately scored several times with I. nice off shots from the fast bowlers. 7Several changes were made ln the bowling, which was for the 'most part too short and erratic; Col. Kennedy Iashowing best form with hims slows. i W. Slattery, a now howler, playing his first 'game with the Diggers, was brought on with the score at 54, and I was immediately successful, `getting Bernle Squires lbw,. with his second Shbill, after batting well for 29. Jim Green Joined 'Wilson, who was howled by Slattory in his second over. L This bowler was again successful, for with the last ball...
District Cricket Completion of Fourth Round Position of Final Four in 'A" Grade Very Interesting [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
District Cricket Completion of Fourth Round Position of Final Four in 'A" Grade Very Interesting With the completion of the fourth round of matches the com position of the final four in the "A" Grade, is very open, and noDteam onpresent form can be definitely named as constituting even the first two positione. Friendly Societies and Benalla are at present leading with -15 poipts each, followed by Baddaginnie and Gooram bat 8 points each, Diggers 6 points, with Dookle College, who havel not yet scored, in last place minus 4 points. In the three games yet to be played to complete the series, the following matches will pro vide much interest, the draw being:--Benslls to play Friendly Societies, Footballers and Goorambat; Friendly Societiees play Ben alIa, Dookie College and Violet Town; Baddaginnie play Dookie Col-'-, lege, Diggers and Footballers; Goorambat play Diggers, Violet Town' and Benallsi Footballers play Violet Town,,, Benalla and Badda ginniel Violet Town play Footballers, G...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
I- ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF THE" "SAYETTE" Nairdressing and Beauty Salon NUNN STREET, BENALLA HAIRDRESSING IN THE LATEST. STYLES BY THE 'MOST MODERN" METHODS. 9 PERMANENT WAVING IN ALL 'ITS `BRANCHES, Face Massage, Head and airl' Treatmeni and Pedicure Work SOpecialised in. Modernly equipped and Seclusive Cubicles. All work done by :Experts 'LADIES: D.. We extend to you a very cordial,, Invitation to call 'and' inspect' Bonall's Now Beauty Salon;, and to consult us rogarding your requirements. APPOINTMENT BY PHONE IF DESIRED:, Betty and Sydna Say . BEAUTY SPECIALISTS' "SAYETTE" SALON': SAY'S BUILDINGS, NUNN STREET, BENALLA. PHONE 443. **a Jll II II I[ III IIIIIIIIIII O1111 IIIII I IIIiiii n IIIIIIIIIIIII Ii1111111111 lllllll r1111 IIIIlllrIIII IIIIIIII I llllll l lllllll ,.+ NEW FORD Ford 10 Sports Tourer ANOTHER ACHIEVEMENT FOR FORD * Petrol Consumption . * 30 to 40 M.P.G. Wheel Base .. ... .... . 94 ins. Spring Base ............... 102 ins. Silenit Changing, Effortless Driving, R...
Annual A.N.A. Smoke Night LARGE GATHERING AT VICTORIA HOTEL CHIEF PRESIDENT DELIVERS IMPRESSIVE ADDRESS The Menace of Soil Erosion Stressed Past President's Certificate Presented [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
Annual A.N.A. Smoke Night LARGE FATHERING AT VICTORIA HOTEL CHIEF PRESIDENT DELIVERS IMPRESSIVE SADDRESS . i The .Menace of. Soil Erosion Stressed i Past President's Certificate Presented Ther e was a large gathering at tho -Victoria Hotel' on Saturday :.evening last at the annual anoke night of the A.N:A. . The chief ;.guests of' the n?ight were the Chief Preaidont (Mr J.; Wt Marrow), Mr J. McEwen -(Minister for the Interior), Cr. F. A.. Cook M.L.A., and Mr, Inchbold M.L.C. An impressive sp ech was dolivorcd by Mr Marrow :(Chief; President), in whiclh he o'touched on anniann tionnl" probleons of today. 'Mr McEwen, 'Minister for the Interior,; also deliverod a ^ very 'interestirg address. During :the evening a: Past President's Certificate waasor.esented to Mr V. Lucas. _ ;The evening 'swasl presided over :by Mr. ? eo. 'Flher,?, president - of. the I3oalinla .brianch; and representatives were :present from . Yarrawvonga, Wangarltia,' Violet Town, 'Brighit, as well as hrepresentative...
Proposal to Erect Arts and Crafts School at Benalla BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL SUPPORTS PROJECT DECISION RESTS WITH MINISTER FOR EDUCATION VISIT TO BE MADE OF SITE ON THURSDAY NEXT [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
Proposal to [rect Arts and Crafts z . School at Benall BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL SUPPORTS PROJECT DECISION RESTS WITH MINISTER FOR: S. EDUCATION VISIT TO BE MADE OF SITE ON THURSDAY NEXT . Following the special meeting hold last "weak, a report of which 'apearod 'in th' previous .issue, the- matter ,was ; ventilated, at- Mon4 'day's meeting of the Council;,: Much discussion:took place on the matter after which it was decided that tho Council purchase :157 acres of land adjacont to the Bush Nursing Hospital at a cost of ' £5200, 'conditionally that the School il ostablished at Benalla. Sir -John Harris, Ministor for Education, will make oan ?nspection of that area o on 24th ?nst., and should he decido on the venture, 10 .acro; of the area mentioned will be handed- over to ia corrinitteo at the pur chase price of £32/10/ per acre. :.Cr. Stole, in opening tlhe discusslon, aafdd that he wished. to',apologiso for the absence of Cr. Hanlon owing to illrness, but himeolf' and Cr. HIanlon were ...
BENALLA'S NEW BEAUTY SALON [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
BENALLA'S NEW BEAUTY SALON Thel new :rlon:: in Noinn Street, opened ''by li'?nes: letty c:nd 'Sydna Stay, has been very carefully designedt": to give comfort to their cllenta. Drauglt-proof cubicle .clhromnllllum for.ntturo .and" abundance of electrical ?' flttings, carefolly hadedl : lights,. a idouble ceiling to oenure an even tem porature. and the whole salolon fniHled ill Istel shadeo, make the salon com-" par?nble wlth any in the capiltIal cities. I..tiHCee Say :have flinihoed a verY' conliloeto traintlll l nn nmloern hIlair :drxsinlg,~-nrld many frienldshave al; reIady .expressed delight .at. the chnrmi of thnewno" alon,. Visitor nore warm-.:, 'ly welcomeo- t hoinapect the salon, and .0 . a telelihone call -wlll sHecure, 110 li.p -pointmnt.mnt Mr Tolley was the contractor and .-, oxecutant.of .the decorating,' whilo =ilr' .IItigh.Shopley wnas responsible for the - i'oodworlk. Bloth have . proved - lt hat m'indern buildilng can e .;constrllucted and decorated as well in Benalla...
OFFICIAL OPENING OF GOORAMBAT HALL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
OFFICIAL OPENING 'OF GOORAMBAT HALL The Goorambat Hall. was packed to the door ori o Monday evening last when the official opening ceremony took placie.'Mr 8yd. Davies, and his concert party from Benalla, entertained the'vast audience to one of the best con cert programmes yet held . at: Goorambat.' The" halil with all its,: up-to-date equipment,, and looking epic and span after' many ,weoksrspent by a b'ody of tradesmen:;, howed up' quite an asset, to the;little :town, and with the oth'ae very.' dalntlly- decorateld ?ithti manases of fiowerso'and: potplants, (the' Interior was ivery I?ivitihg against tho: bitter winds outslde.: It just semed. ads though thelldre wa nothing left to? be done that m ilight'i fiurther, addl to "the enjoyment .of the: fill hous;, and with Cr. I.?rold Wallad :l:? chlnrgof! pro coedin'gs, e crythl' weint oft :without i hitch. '' ' Thohe following: ': progrnmme `.was given ;by: the con'ert party:;-Plano forte salo; Mrls Onaleretadt; esong, "Up From; S,'oim...
Broken Creek and Goorambat Young Farmers' Club ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
Broken Creek and. Gooram bat Young Farmers' Club ANNUAL MEETING. Ti'TRnltinl ineeltIng of. tlho Tn3rokelll Croeeli nod Cionorninhnt Young Fn,?monel'' Cl?uIiH. ?s hold atIl floorltn IhnL orhool on Mlonlldy, 14th Mnnrclh. it 2.11? .ml. gllithIlo mlmlnmcrx wi're nlcoellt, includll ng five from Il'role|n Ciceek. Illtniht of thme ,ureviuousii nnullnl niCotiIK \ 'ere renil nd oi ,lll'lnfir l. A Itlin c?e sIihetL hohlwlo It u:c'oilt hn1lui1ce of lit . wnl H lurolvui I lforwllld mind ndlolLeil. Omhero elecled fnlor 19311-31 wero: Chllnill'nni, Alrln Cllmel'r; vlin-clolli' inll, lewoin lJn men; Huccrletnriy ntlld ItrOIIHIIIeOI , Ih' ]Io l)er,. A\fler I orL Inlks by ira everal y mmnl hicro the ImIeOtIIg wIoA declnredl cloecl. .'y i conasi of' mmcheri 'and the olock tIhey ownl, IL vaH natc'lnlllced thalt thlo rll l h t l:liroentll com iinll'en 1i tOhemlcs, whol own fi heand of cttleo. I1 -loep, and .10 f Jlhurd. a ntoal of 218 hlncl of slock ?belongimlm ti n ilin lul,. Practcl.lcnlly nill if t...
LUCKY ESCAPE [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
:LUCKY ?iESCAPE FROM BEING KILLED. As Willliam Hollorrow, of Ilennlla, was ridling' i bicycle alonlg Bl'ldg Nlreot on Standay ofterllnoll Int. with the livo-year-old son of Flirst Constable- Wllson!on the handllo brn. ho entie' Into colliolon With n truck driven by T. Stepheno. The boy had a very, narrow,, escape from being killed,] nso the whoels of the car Jout misnoed him and. lpIsHnd over the cycle. ITo tffrei'd olto on theI hetoi anid hip. . .
BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL 'dent, Cr. T.' a'lB 'Cook. Othersapres ont ee Crs. II. 11Wallace, M -IarrHiTn, Ingrain A J. Sadtiullr,. WIodemman ",J; Bowdern, A,:A Cook, }V 'James; A;Ieatney and tho' secre tary Mtr- It J' 3Murray: rmion the, secretary, Departient af the" Interloi ro constiuction of roads" adjacent to the BIesnalla e laneding iound;. iadvising that :thle I::Federal, Aild Roddsi and :Workols Act "providesi; only2fori the inalntenance and '-epairn of exltintg rosadis, tlieroefore it :;w ild notl t:ie possiblo :for' the ,'aboverin tloned?, woitk' to lie cnrrid `,out fromi any grant imado undc'o this act j-z lowivver the . Coln?il I ::Ill contruct these :road, sthe t quesibon of keeping' them -in repail? ll :hobiconilsmildered': at a fuiturei dato.-=Further: information to' li obtalned with a itew to oblitai - From: the Secretary, for:Lands;,?iasle ing whetier irean:t a aof.. 24' s . er0, iatrihes rte ithao"soth ;. east corneers -Alot.-: 035etat lshf'of.Upordtpotpentls 'An-ienspe...
CROQUET TOURNAMENT [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
CROQUET =TOURNAMENT S:+4'. Fi"newather favored the Ben-. ail 4Croquet Club for their annual tournament which was commen k-ced on Tuesday last, and brought to a'conclusion on ",Thursday of } :"",' :: Vlltors wero present- from-' EuroaM Tatura Shopparton, Corowad and othor cenitresi , and a most' enjoyahbl tin?ewas spont by tall. Finality. in all the event, e-xcopt the . B' 'and''" .?dldoublles handicip,:" was ' reached on: Thiuriday evening irandt the -presenta tionof tae trophles was .mode b?y the popular presldenrit Mrs 'Wa;. T ,Noonan who- congratulated the win':nnersi on\ tholI iiucceoas. Th tournamont was In- the(capalle hiands of Mrs I :13 Waller, iwho had .all. arrangements' perfect, and oevery thng went ol,f without a hitch h i The laawns weoe ln perfect condl ti.ong and someo lnteresting. :croquet vans wltnessed duling the three: day Detailed results are as follow: ": B" SINdiES HANDICAP. S First 'Round.-?lrs Gilllert`. d;= Mhrs Brlggs? -Arsa, : PhllIps :d.,rs Rol, .pisA Mrs...
ENGINEER'S REPORT C.R.B. to be Asked to Take Over Benalla-Yarrawonga and Tocumwal Roads. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
ENGINEER'S REPORT C.R.B., to be Asked to Take : Over Beinall;aYarrawonga and Tocumwal Roads. HIE Shire Engineer (lr. L. D. 'Fawckner). aubmitted 'his nmonthly' report :to the Shire Council' on:: lon day in .which he touched on many. . roads under. construitiori throiughout the shire. The" Coutncll decided o to aek "the C.R.B. 'to` takeo over tho Boen B anla-Yarrawongas-: and Tocriomwai ..roand as main roade "" Tio report whicin i asfoilo;ws,: was ? ecivec?: excep- wIlero ,::,tlhorwlseo Dv rni Riding. :; Contraetor.:Baird: huseconnpletel ox " cavatlng. the no clinnei on ,rMajo' Creek" andthonremoval of =.'tlo two c.. :,culv'erts" on' the 'old .watorcoiurso on the .Goorambat-DBookl., road.' It: Is proposed that he. should next proceed "witvlth the :work i greed .'on, ori the Boundary read' at :Bo xwood.: it ein under toodi ihowever:i thatr thin nmay : ot!o' tbe: poeslbionelimmdittely ? aos Scount' of the o liltlulty: in obainin Miajor ,:Creekridge at' Trewin o The nce b~weeassry tinUh...
LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 March 1938
LOCAL & GENERAL SALE OF MOKOAN LANDS. A .public auction sale of Mokoanlands In the estate of the late Mr Thomas Goudle, will be conducted at the Benalla Hotel on Friday next, 25th March, by Afessrs Bourke and Thewlis and Watts Turnbull and Co., agents in conjunction. The property' corn prises 616 .acres 2 roods and 20 per ches, and if not sold as a whole will be offered in two lots. Further. ear tfeularm may be seen In our advertis Ing columns. DANGEROUS BEND AT':GLEN ROWAN.-At' Monday's meeting.7' of the Council, attention was-drawn to the dangerous bend at the CGlenrowan crossing, and it was declded that on the "next visit . :of ':members of the C,.R,B.. that the' srtigugestloni: ofo an overhead.. bridge 'be.. : placed ;before them and as:an alternate schenie that a r?oad on .the south sld;e of both crossings: would eliminate the danger. S::ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE.-oen. srs Watts Turnbull and Co. will con duct an. mportaint sale of .Tolmlo land at:the;. Bonalla Hotel at'' 2.3...