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WINNER OF FIVE MILE SCRATCH RACE AT ST. PATRICKS SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 25 March 1938
WINNER OF FIVE MILE SCRATCH RACE AT ST. PATRICKS SPORTS W. K. MORITZ A. KC. Aloritr, tle winner of- ,t Lth e scratch rnco, is one of theo,finest ider Ahoth ontracki and' .road evr pro .duced in Australia: A"ged only1 ye'r;sMonritzl durlng; thilast season hRs won' inosibt ecvery' race *possible for his ow annexing a&!totailo space ýof lessthn sxmonth pthe iresentttie he jholds the'At s in iw th '. iounncr-oui tcJL itaerald rin th .lps rt chI apinon Hlus of I 11'4l0ire; ie, w iil bjoc' 'jibting' sprtirit itheo big- 1aster,,cai-w. nivtl in' Niw'Zecala andilt idsex-S ipectcd 0tht whein lie' visits - Eurolie dnitAeirica vicatein the ycn.ar. hecli na furtei t leo
BENALLA SPEED COURSING SHEPPARTON CHAMPION'S LUCKY CUP WIN. HEAD WINDS SUCCESSFUL IN HURDLE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 25 March 1938
DBENALLA SPEED ..OUR. SING ' SHEPPARTON CHAMPION'S , LUCKY CUP WIN. HEAD WINDS SUCCESSFUL IN HURDLE. ''Go6d alpport from dog owners: throughout the North-Eastern district and New South Wales. were received for the Cup meet ing which was held on Wedne;i day" evening lest in iwarm .weather.. The gate takings amounted to £60. The presldent thi;the Benalla olub (Mr T.rp,. 'Egan)' at the conclusion of the final of the Cup, which was won by Saddle Back, presented the cup to the owner. Mr C. Flint, senior vice-president of the'. N.C.C, presented the cheque, and 'in doing eo, congratulated the jfrBenalia club on the wonderful •-track, and also the good work of" the officila. Mi-.Roy Maidment, aecretary of the N.C.C., wee also . resent, .A , recortd, .attendancee withessedl .thrlllng, ruclnb; on the ;local. speed track on '.ednesday lastl, Thi fea-; ' tu0 of ;he" evening' was the :vitory SofB'Jddle -Back, . :the., Biepparton Schaiiplon ln. tho 10 Cup. had the inacemakerin truly In th first h...
Outstanding Sports Meeting at Benalla St. Patrick's Club Eclipses All Previous Records OLYMPIC GAME CYCLISTS ATTRACT LARGE CROWD W. BAMBLETT (DEVENISH) WINS £20 GIFT FIRST DISTRICT WIN FOR 52 YEARS W. HYLAND (BENALLA) PLACED IN GIFT& SPRINT IRISH PIPERS CREATE GREAT INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 25 March 1938
Oiutstanding Sports Meeting at Benalla St. Patrick's Club Eclipses All Previous Records OLYMPIC GAME CYCLISTS ATTRACT LARGE CROWD W. BAMBLETT (DEVENISH) WINS £20 GIFT "i ,iFIRST DISTRICT WIN FOR 52 YEARS I-W.HYLAND (BENALLA) PLACED IN GIFT & SPRINT ,i NISH PIPERS CREATE GREAT INTEREST" Sspidi iIors';c ever held in Beli ill:wa staged by the St. ir?: icii 8prit ilub -SthtBrbnalld ;hawlaound o ay st . whe441'ntrle' were reeived for thir a'nnnul 'fixtur h:?ie ch .i a:' ted.; record in completing 73 evente for he' afterno0i6' pro. - graem. Uniuual ilnterest was centred aroundO. the ~ppleranea : rof :;,:,thi cream~of Australian track riders in Morltz, who is the Australian -ii:-trlple champion?: Fred^ Ahby, Empire Qame.e cyclist, and otHrs.r ' * 2l:2,-Th;'maln event?:of. th'e day thet. Patrick'. Gift, of £20, we won, "' .' ':by'¥t;e Dte eveniih boy, W; Bamblett.. This i. the: first tim; in 52 ' i: ; y.: ;yar' that .a enall runner has won such an important clas ic W' Hyland :(Benal...
YOUNGER SET DANCE FOR PARALYSIS AFTER-CARE FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 25 March 1938
YOUNGER .SET -DANCE POR PARALYSIS? ' AFTER-CARE FUND. MEMBERIS of the Benalia C.W.A. Younger Set commenced a series of mlonthly dances at the Memorial Hall 'on Tuesday evening- last. The proeeeds; will :"be' - donated-" to the Paralysis After-care Fund;: The hall was attractively decor ated for the occasion, and excellent music was 'supplied by 'the' Minerva Dance Band. There was :a large at tendanee'. the door takhings amounting The president, hMiss Joyce Jackson, wore a..frock' of white satin, whilst Miss Owen Stolz,. the secretary, was in blue. georgette. .,They had assist once of a strong cominhttee in makl ing -the function 'so, successful. M Members. of the Younger' Set .pro vided a, tasty supper. During the evening anr elimination d.aDnc waos held, the winners being N. Brown and Miss 'Jedin Webster. Aniong. those presente were:-- . AlIsa K. Arnott, green lace,: brown *'trimmings.. * :r; lices AI. Carter, black taffeta and net. liss" L' Calder,' black not' overl? satlil 'lisa ...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 25 March 1938
SPERSONAL Mrs Grant,,ot Buddaglnnic, anid her two soils hav4 left for the Western district to spend a short holiday with Mrs Grant's relations at "Illogan," Ross Bridge. Miss Ingpen of. the staff of the Hamilton High School has been ap pointed to Benalla lllgh School,.and commenced her new duties on Tue-. day last. Miss Clinton Id dolng ,rellevin'g duty at the Benallia IIgh .School while Miss Williamls. is on sick leave-" i Mrs G. Dolphin rind her son Brian have returned froni holidayliig in'the city. Mts J. Feely (Sale) and her daugh ter Janet,' are" holidaying . in'B Ben alla. '? - ' ..MlBssGreta.Aamont' '(Abbistford) Is iat :preseint holldaylng, in l;'Unall! with' her: salter and "brother-In- law. 'Mr arid Mrs:? E. Vatighai of -Benalla Mr h K in ean, formierly askaltrit Clerk of. Courts at Benalla; and . now of St. ;Arrit'ad, spernt a foew days In Benal la durilng the weeki anid reriewed matny former;- frlendIhlh,:_;,He' re? newed' many , cricket frlendshlps' at tlie soclal match...
Devenish. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 April 1938
Devenish. First Innings . .... .. 178 Second Innings. F.. McNamara, b Weller .. .. . 30 R. 'Lighton, ao Collina, b-.Weller ; ~S ;N. Le ;Ouler, o Pitman, b ..Weller.' 4~ D. Cameron, b Vaughan ;. .. hIe Oliver, b Vaughan .. ,:;. A. Croucher, b Weller .. : ., R. Baird, lbw, b Vaughan : :. . S. Evans, b Weller .. .. -.. M. Grogan, not out .. 1... : 1. T. Baird, lbw, b Plumrldge 20 A. L' Ouler, absent L. .b 0 Sundries .. .. .. .', Dowling.--E.` Vaughan 03 for3; Weller 5 for 45;, 0. Plumrld?e I for 4, E. *ebber 0 for 7. Methodliats -,: First Innings .. Second Innings. K. Pltman, e Evans, b ,'T. BT alrd"- 613.", H. Weller,' b T. Baird' ::;..' ' 0. Plumrtdge, b Oliver'.. 2.:. '. Vaughan, b T. BaIlrd:..''., : t. Harris, b '. Bailrd'.:. ,''?:: 2' J. Machin, b T. Baird . ' . 0 J. Turner, b Oliver .. . " E. Webber, c Evans, b ?tBardd: 1 G. Abrahall, b T. Baird :.';"::' W. Collins, atp. lcINahiaar; '. ' T.: Ilalrd .0 A. Doxey, not out ., ': Sundries .. 3 • " . .- T" 126 Bowling.-T. Baird 8 for 2...
District Cricket RACE FOR THE FINAL INCREASING INTEREST FOUR STILL VERY OPEN [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 April 1938
District Cricket RACE FOR THE* FINAL INCREASING INTERESTs| FOUR STILL VERY OPEN The fifth round of matches was concluded 'Ini'beautiful weather on Saturday last, and the results of the games leave Bnriall as leaders with 21 points, followed by Baddaginnie with 18, Irindlies have drop ped to third place with 14 points, and Diggers have gone up the )iddeP and are now equal with Footballers with 12 points.. Goorambat it now third last with 9 points, followed by Violet 1own with 7, and dob6kle College who have'not yet osored. Priendlie put upl an inglorioui dis * play against Benalla, being defeated by an innings andl 46 runs, Ted Cleary 9 for 46 and Charlie Lowe 0 for 41, proving almost unilayable. Diggers greatly improved their position by defeating Goorambat by 10 wickets, D. McKenzie 30 and Kilpatrick making the required ruAs Swithout loss, and Barclay Boyd finishing off do6rimbat's innings by taking 4 for 5. Violet Town saved the follow on by 2 runs only, but Sit was sufficlent to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 April 1938
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BENALLA CRICKET ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 April 1938
BENALLA' CRICKET ASSOCIATION A FULLr Y attended meeting of delc gates was held on Monday oven Ing laot. Mr E; . .'Carter, president, occupied-the chair. HOLIDAY COMPETITION NEXT SEASON. oeports on Country Week were submitted py. the? manager aof the team, 'flson a report' of the annual meeting of the . Country Cricket, League, and a conference. of dele gates' from the Bonalla, Shepparton. Albury and Wangaratta .AmsoclatlonH, held in Melbourne, for the prposeo of arrnnglng a holiday competition each year on Boxing Day and New Year'H Day. This competition will com mence next season, when Shlelpiortoll and Bonalla meet at Shepparton and Albury. and Winngnratta meet at A1 bury.' The winners will then meet at loennlla, nid . the lowero at Wyangar atta, and a trophy will he given to the winning association. NEW TURF WICKET TO BE LAID DOWN. SThe chairman submitted a report of. the sub-committee who had hoon appointed to go Into thel matter of puttlng down tUrf wickets ::on other. grounds, ...
TREE SUBJECT TO SUPREME COURT WRIT OPPOSITION TO ITS REMOVAL BY BENALLA SOLICITOR. MATTER VENTILATED AT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 April 1938
TREE SUBJECT TO SUPREME COURT WRIT OPPOSITION TO ITS REMOVAL''. BY BENALLA SOLICITOR . MATTER VENTILATED AT AGRI CULTURAL, SOCIETY MEETING. ,.,At the council meeting of the, SBenalla Agricultural Society in the '.Shire Hall lest Friday, a stir was caused when a- letter was read from Mr R. P. Lewers'object Ing to the removal of a large tree at the Society's ground. A lengthy discussion arose out of the' proposed destruction of a largo gum tree. The removal of the tree along with six others 'which have already been removed was sought by the Society on the advice 'of the progress com mittee;. Correspondonce )ot?on the Do partment of_ -.Landsi and Survey, whose approval n .necessary for the removal ivan read, and approval isn ,expoeted `shortly, nas an ofmicer of the department, after Inspection,, .had 'no objection to 'the removal. IA letteorwasaolsoreceived .from Mr t PLewersonoliclitorolenalla; :noti fying ..the o cpuneli.that an ithorn was only one; urviving'member of the Trustees o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 April 1938
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COURT MAY DECIDE FATE OF TREE [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 April 1938
COURT MAY DECIDE FATE OF TREE I. Removal of trees at Benalla from time to time has provoked criticism and controversy, but their fate has not yet been decided by Supreme Court, as this tree may be. The, tree stands in Benalla' Sshowgrounds and the decision of the society oto remove it has been countered with an intimation from Mr. R.. P.. Lewers, solicitor, Benalla, ' that. ho will move io'nthe' ourt to contestethe legality of the society's :intention.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 April 1938
!i?, FOR SETTER BABY WEAR "Marie" xclusive rocl Salon (Proprletroes:. MISS LINDA. HEFFORD) BRIDGE STREET LBENALLA COME ON FOLKS ! "Wake 'Up and Live" THE MUSICAL YOU WILL.ALL REMEMBER WITH 9 SONG HITS AND LOOK AT THESE STARS WALTER WINCHELL, BEN BERNIE, ALICEo FAYE, PATSY.: KELLY,' NED SPARKS, JACK HALEY,.-WALTER CATLETT?7?' LEAH RAY.,. TWO NIGHTS. ONLY BENALLA TALKIES Next Wednesday and Thursday (For ,Genral Exhibition) ~~------ - L-.-~-- AV, )1ki 'k -Till JACK ILL.· yPO LODONBAY CRRIGE
FIVE MILE ROAD RACE WON BY G. HILBRICK [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 April 1938
FIVE MILE ROAD RACE WON BY 0. HILBRICK:-. ON Saturdoy. last the .Benalla Cycle Club held. a flve-minle road race, starting and finishing in Bridge Street. There was a good attendance of riders. The event resulted In a win for the limit marker, Goo. HIl brilck, who had his first win since he joined the club last year. He was freely congratulated on his win. F. .Booth was second and C. Crockford third, whilst T. cGlazebrook redorded fastest time (12 min. 44 _socs). K. Wagner won the boys' race, and also gained fastest time (7 min2 7 4/5 sees.).,.. ' Another:flve mile road race.will be hcld to-pmorroW (Saturda.y).
THREE PEOPLE INJURED CAR HITS CONCRETE POST. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 April 1938
THREEI PEOPLE .; INJURED CAR HITS CONCRETE POST.· ABOUT 11 p~m. `on' Saturdey -} 'cear proceedingC talong~",. tho'," .Hume Highway. to Albury, :came into 'col-' lslon with t concretep6st of a bridge alout three miles on :hi'' anfaraItta :side of. Benalla.,. They car wnso driven by Mr :Harold. Ross, oif'Bentleigh:l dhd there were 'about seven6 ither passen gnrs.' . oThe driver wan: dazzled by:the lights of an oncoming car, and ,.?Ifed to notlce'the post. As a result of the i-mpact, ,'MeS domoenCasper, sqnlor and junior, and Miess Jones, 'of' Melbourne, were ad mitted* to 'the B~sh Nursing Hospital at Bonalla, suffering from injuries, which are not considered serious. The driver escaped with facial bruises, 'The car Was ixtenslvoly' damaged,
FAREWELL PARTY IN BENALLA WEST [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 April 1938
FAREWELL PARTYiNi BENALLA' WEST C'Mrs I:richton's home 'in Goonmali .beo Street, Benalla, was the 'setting; for 'a -delightful party on Wednesday night`. The occasion wiLe to, siay farewell to Mrs. Cambridge -who -is' leaving on Friday for Sale. "'Beiltitl ful dahlias and Michaelmant ' dalsy' decorated the lounge an-l dniing room. Cards .were played during the. evening. "-After supper MrH Waller, on; behalf of Mrs Cambridge's friends,, presented her with: a gift. In doing so, she said she felt It an"honor to have been asked to.act 'as'speakor for the evening. It wa a.. nlce 'gesture on the part of their hobtess to arrange the party, so an 'to enable them all to spend an evening with Mrs Cambridge hefore she' left;. . She then read an apology' from Mrs .Crennan who, through absence from the town, was unable to. be present. Mrs Waller, continulin, said the evening had been' enjoyed with, mixed feelings. Although they were glad to know of the .promotion of Mr Cambridge, they-were deepl...