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WESTON—WALLACE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 April 1938
,.WESTON-WALLACE. ST. ,ANDREW'S church,: Bonalla, wias the: settingtfor a pretty wed ding when Miess' Edna Agne ':Wallace was nmarried to r William .Tohn Weston. The bride, who was given away by. her tather,`sla daughter of Mr and Mrr.'J,; P. VWalince, of "Spring Park," Thoona, and the bridegroom Is a eon of Mir and Mrs John Weston, "Tootronga," doorauiib?tr; The bride wore a" gown of magnollia slipper satin, thie bodice being swathed softly, talt from the .sklirt at the back there fell I polinted 'train. .She carried i sheaf boteliquet o'of water lilieo:and maildn hair fern. Misses R]uth Wecton'and IsHl Wallace atten- " dedrthe rlide. . Each was frocked .In odl Vgold satin. . Their haloes of plaited velvet i I autu nn tonlings ,were worn.with gold tulle veils. They cariedi houninetn of a?0utltnn tinted cactul dohllaH and maiden hair fern. Mir Ormond Wallace wen best man, and Air Doiglagis Wallace, the groolnmman., Irlends of the l-bride had :decorated the church with large liowicj ...
BENALLA FOOTBALL CLUB ANNUAL MEETING PROSPECTS BRIGHT FOR SEASON. MR. T. P. EGAN RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 April 1938
BENALLA FOOTBALL CLUB ANNUAL MEETING , PROSPECTS BRIGHT FOR SEASON. MR.,T. P. EGAN RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT. I,N if 'early enthusiasm can be re ': garded as an omen, the Benalla Football Club has every reason "to expect big things for the com ing season. Probably the best attended meeting held by the club for some years took place at Cochineas' Cafe on Tuesday night last. Mr T. P. Egan presided, others present being Messrs Davis, Cogger, McLean, Spltzer, Olazebreok, Nolan., O'Brien, llicks, Willis, llicks, Burns, Forrest,. Stevens Cochineas, Gillick, lRhodes and Glazebrook. .The balance sheet disclosed..a credit balance. ELECTION OF OFFICE BEARERS, The election of office bearers for the ensuing season resulted:-P,residbnt, Mr T. P. Egan (re-elected unop poseil): vice-presidents, Messrs J. Cochineas, E. Vaughan, L. Spitzer; treasurer, Mr S. O'Brien; secretary, Mir S. O'Brien (pro tern.); auditor, MAr A. C. Smiles; committee, Messrs . Davis, ,V. Nolan, A. Roscoe, ]Ray Cogger, J.. Nelson, ...
Benalla Stock Market BOURKE & THEWLIS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 April 1938
Benaila Stock Market d BOURKE £ THEWLIS " BOURKE & THEWLIS report hav Ing held their usual fortnightly' sale in the Benalla Corporation Yards on Tuesday last, the 29th Inst., when they offered- a moderate yarding of a5 .1 classes of stock to the usual attend-. anco of the trade, district graszlers,.: and outsiders who operated in most sections of the market. For ch)ice qualKy in the sections allotted to fat cattle and fat sheep we can report a slight rise in the market,, while... prices for fair quality were on a par with those ruling' at the previous sale. Bacon sold at full late rates, while values for stores were defln-? itely firmer, and in some instances showed a rise up to 4/ per head on last sale. A good sale of all lines offered was.effected under the ham mer at prices which gave every sat--, Isfaction to the vendors. PAT SHEEP. A moderate yarding consisting chiefly of prime quality wethers and lambs, with odd pens of ewes, with prices' for good quality a . shade fir...
"WAKE UP AND LIVE" [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 April 1938
"WAKE UP, AND LIVE" ¶HAT,. is% the' title.' of. `the b tiggest mu sical rfnlmmade by Fox Filmta Nine :ong, iscoienesand ainn all stair. Cist beaded by .the' following Walter Winchel; Bene7Bernie, Alice Eay` Ned Sparks, Patsy Kelly Jack Haley Lcah ]lay and many othoe . This picture is fell of laulgsie aind ie ilicteke patron: ;ii enjoy eve minute of it. 1 or -tw'o nights only, next ~Wednes= lay aid lThuzedayd I ake' uYor mind' now 'to° see this great showi: "_ ?The supijortiug`° 'attraction; Is a mystezy thriller, sta rring"' thowel knon nlanie Darwrell Itc' The Great loiapital; Mysfter3. Don't" forgot its a Mjvie Month programtit must :be goo d:
C.W.A. YOUNGER SET [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 April 1938
C.W.A. YOUNGER SET A MfEETING of the Benalla Youn ger Set of the C.W.A. was held on Monday evening last, .,and was well attended. Mflss Joyce Jackson, the president, was In the chair. GOLF GYMKHANA SUGGESTED. It was decided to support the sug gestlon of holding an annual golf gymkhana on a date to be fixed as a means of promoting greater social Intercourse between members of branches in the North-Eastern group. The first will be held at Corowa next September. DELEGATES APPOINTED Misses Jackson and Hill were chosen. as delegates to the Red Cross meeting which was held on Tuesday evening last. Misses Arnott and Jackson were appointed delegates to a conference of Wangaratta Base Hospital Aux lllarles to be held on 6th April. GOOD PROFIT FROM RECENT DANCE. As a result of the last dance, pro fits of L10 will blie divided equally be tween the Ambulance Fund and the Viangaratt ,. ; ?after-care paralysis .fund. dcddt .It;wasdecided to conducttho.meet Ilgs?i future In a -larger riooii, in: h...
TEAMS FOR TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 April 1938
TEAMS' F.OR TO-MORROW. Bonalla West.-E.- Harding.'(c.), A. hIrdling, ?O. W?nt, :'. 'Millar, E. ,lchesi,' V;: Steele, -A.. Pitman,- W. Murphy;..McDlonald, .C. Clarke, WV. BunH?e, 'K Aldridge. Players to boe at Hallway :Gates no later' than ,1.15 p.n. Friendly Sootlets..-Rump,,, fnob erto, RUssell, AMeNamara, Hodder, H. Smith, J, Crocklord , R. Croxtord; J. lyresn, K. Thowlln, ..-W.i- Saunders. Bus leaves "Miller's corner ,'.16 sharp.
MATCHES FOR TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 April 1938
.;MATCHES FOR TO.MORROW: ll thclie-n for the fli't day of the sixthli',ound lin (Orado "A" will ho played: on th16 glound ? of "the first lnmed cl l 'i1' .Tlennllt v. Footballors. Bichulnaginine v Diggers. Donklo Collogo v. Friendly Socloatle Violet Town v.' Goorambat. 'hoe sem l-fnal matchesoa vill bo' commenced between the' following cllbsl in Grade "B": 'Stewarton v. Bonalla West at Stow arton. Dovenillh Ihv. Railways at o aooiam
WEDNESDAY'S SOCIAL CRICKET APEXIANS MEET ALL SORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 April 1938
WEDNESDAY'S SOCIAL CRICKET APEXIANS MEET ALL SORTS. : N, oneoyable socinal. cricket mnatch wao played at the 'Gardens on Wedneaday afternoon oIat. whien: tlih. ;Apenlans met a tneam of AlliSorts It: .resulted in . win for he-latter: Scores Thompoiton,.c Henry Ii Naon . Calvin; retired .2 .. 2 Brunton, run: out.: ; C "" 26'. Morbiobno, not.~ii:;·i:; nu lii, Iloycedb,' Nonnn`in Webo~teir, Ri nchards~. :''' ;8 Arnott; Ib Nanaon Elvieh;, 1 Napon -"7 IHenry, hIHounace Iharper, bClancy 3 fow 8, Spencer 0 fort i1 Rohertoi for; 21, J"ohnston; 0 for 11 Reilly for, i Ilosoack for 13, Rickirds"1 for 13: Robertson, e arnotti 1loyco 20; Reilly otp . ~ Noonan;I 'I) Tompoon :...'.i"``.:: Woods(1, h Boyce Johnston, not out .41 Clancy;t hI- luft Nagoon. ce and bI, cibtor' 10 Roberts (junr.?r not .oiit..ý :....7i Sundries i,, 7- 1 120 1 Bowling.-- Harper 0 for 28 Hur2 fo 10, Boyce 2 for 1,5i' Thormpuoin`2 for 251 Llvloh 1 for 0, Arnott 0' fo 7, 'Webteir far 8, Henry0 for i11 I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 April 1938
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OBITUARY MR JOHN ANDERSON. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 April 1938
OBITUARY MR JOHN ANDERSON. TH?death took place on 'Frlday evening last at his resildence in Benalla Street, of Mr John Anderson at the age of 75 years. , Deceased was a son of the late Mr and Mrs Robert Anderson of Buckland. lie was married at Chlltern 49 yearn ago to Miss Georgina Pope who survives him. The late Mr Anderson was an employee of the Victorian railways until he reached the retiring age a few years ago. He was a prominent member of the A.N.A. Besiden Iis wife who is left to mourn her loss, he -is survived by the following members of his family:-Madellne (Benalla), Robert (Moonee fonds), Frederick (Now, South Wales), Joseph. (1Mer bein), John and Albert (Benalla), Marjorle (Mrs 1V. ltiddlngton, Eng land), (race (Mrs A. Brown, Ben alia), Charles (Euroa) and Lionel (Yarrawonga). The funeral was to the Benalla cemetery on Sunday last, when a representative cotegeo fol lowed the remains to their last rest ing place.. Rev. L. IE. Vlilklnson- con ducted the service Tie colnti ...
SIX POINTS FOR MARCH CAMPARISONS WITH MARCH OF LAST YEAR [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 April 1938
SIX POINTS FUOR MARCH. ??lMPARISON 'WITH MARCH OF LAST YEAR '.The omlicial figures-at the Benallr post ofmeo disclose only 6 polnto tot -:the month of March,~ as comlparet ;with 51 the corresplonding period:o' 'last? year. "';F arom the 2nd to the- lth 'March 1937, 30 . jointa were lecorded and thdrireworo wais no further rain 'until tho 29th, when points fell, .with' n 'fdrttter .7 points on the 81st. During 'April of last year dry conditions pro :'valled and,, there was. no rain until the' 27th, ;when&lt;8 points fell, with .a :good fall- of 67 points on the :'28thl. '", Although many distrlcts- are exper lelcling dry weather people are still hopofl of beaael "rain early this :goj~h;
CATHOLIC WOMEN CONFER SOCIAL GUILD CONFERENCE AT WANGARATTA [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 April 1938
CATHOLICWOMENCONFER SOCIAL GUILD CONFERENCE 'AT.:WANGARATTA. The 'fouith annual conference of the Catholic Women's Social Guild in the Diocese of Sandhurst was held in Wangaratta on Sunday, nearly five hundred members being present. Delegates attended from Albury, Ben alla, Corryong,. Dooke, Eskdale, Euroa, Kyabram, Merrigum, Numurkah, Rochester, Shepparton, Tallangatta, Tatura and Wangaratta. Lectare to Girls In the morning the members of the Catholic' Girls' Clubs, which form part of the guild, were addressed by, Miss Bernadette Trenkner, of Melbourne, on the Grail movement, which is a youth campaign with the object of winning back the world to God. After explaining the great work which faced the young people Miss Trenkner described the recent Grail training course which she attended at dreen wich, Sydney, where they were taught that they must be prepared by their. example to spread the doctrine of Christ. The necessity of knowing and studying their faith was emphasised, and the i...
DISQUALIFIED FOR FIVE YEARS NOMINATION OF A DOG. ALLEGED IMPROPER PRACTICES [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 April 1938
, i..-DISQUALIFIED FOR ':FIVE YEARS NOMINATION OF A 'DOG. ALLEGED'I MPROPER PRACTICES For, having; allegedly Improperly . ?nominated. a dog, t?:he name of ioh was. given., as Wally's d and 'for alleged 'i mproper' iet , E. Steinonberger, of opna, was disqiiialifised at 2.: a onlla on Wednesday 'evening .rom .all N.C.C. tracks ,: for five ,years. The dog which Ic owned hbyi3 r 1W. Tiealey, also of Moool'opn, wni nom Innted no WVally's Prldeo for a. Malden Stake at 'Bonalla courin'g mee ; lng.bn FebrLuary, , and a'ubdOquently woTn the 'race.'- The atewarda Inveotlgated ?nd ;found that' tLhoe dogdg,- allegedly ýracedl at TVhIto Cltyunder another ni);,-,Tho owner, who ,w?as -.not piresontiat th'e'flXtureaeonV'Wednoeday veoning; :willl appeartlbefor thtlo stow-, 'arde at :the next meetlng;.i? ~·i. ,'
CRICKET NOTES POSITIONS OF CLUBS AT END OF ROUND FIVE. "A" Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 April 1938
CRICKET NOTES POSITIONS OF CLUBS AT END OF ROUND FIVE, "A" Grade: eInili . .. ,- 3 ý1 0? 1 21 a1ddtlaglRinlo .;. ' 3 0 0 2 16 U s: . .. 5. G 2 1 0 ;2 14 Diggern, 5 1 2 " 0 2 12 F'othallorn . .. li 1 2 0 2 12 'Goo rilnt 0 . I 2 0 0 3 .0 Violet Town .. . 1 1 0 3 7 Dookde College .. 0' 0 0 ' -G "B" Grade, Stowartlto .. .. .. 5 2 1 0 21 )DevenlIh . 3 0 1 1 18 El'iallla ~'V'ot . 1" 3. 0 0 2 10 JllwLYHvy .. .. . i 2 1 10 2 14 lethodlnt .. 1. 0 0 4 2 Cuoo1iIlloe .. .. 5 0 "0 0 5 -G
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 April 1938
Vallender's eor Men's Wear EVERYBODY SAYS VALLENDER'S IS THE BEST ROUSE FOR DRAPERY,' CLOTHING, ?'BOOTS AND SHOES HUGH THOMSON'S BOOTS AND SHOES, 10/6, 12/6, 15/6, 17/6i 21/. Rb88ITER'S BOOTS AND SHOES, 8/6, 10/6, 16/6. CASTLEMAINE+ BLANKETS '17/8, 20/, 30/, 40/. MARCELLA AND HONEYCOMB QUILTS, 15/6, 20/, ,30/. 80 'indh.WHITE -OR UNBLEACHED OSMAN SHEETING, GUARANTEED, 2/11 YARD. -'WORK TROUSERS;, .7/6, 8/6, 10/6. - MEN'S SUITS, 30/,"40/, 50/. OSHKOSH OVERALLS, 'White,' Navy and Khaki, 11/6, 12/6. COBBER-TOG OVERALLS, 8/6. SHIRTS, ; COLLARS,' FLANNELS,' UNDERWEAR, BRACES. QUALITY AND LOW 'PRICES GUARANTEED. QUALITY AND LOW' PRICES :GUARANTEED H VALLEND E R D R A P. E' R' . NUNm TREET, BENALLA.
Well Sinking and Water Divining [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 April 1938
Well Sinking and Water.. R.' ?. J. CAREY, of Goomalibee, is open for engagement as above. Competent well sinkers employed, all work carried out under Mr Carey's. personal supervleion. Mr Carey has had 36 years practlcal experience in well' sinking and water finding, and during the last two months has found water and sunk wells - for Mesers Ledgerwood (ft. James), Chanty and Walker (Violet Town), Henderson (Boweya), Cook' (Goorambat).. Mason (Benalla), Denmn (Goomalibee) and two wells for Mr W. Pearson, Mid land Highway. BeUalla Agent for Alston Wtndmhills Wiad mills erected., estmates :-Chlliit* given, Address, Goeomallbee via B3
GOORAMBAT & BROKEN CREEK YOUNG FARMERS ADVISORY COUNCIL'S ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 April 1938
rGOORAMBAT &4 ,BROKENm. CREEK YOUNG FAIMERS: ADVISORY COUNCiL'S ANNUAL?L MEETING. TiE Goordmbat. and Broke?!' Crel; Young fi armers' Club Advisory. Coutncil hold' Its, annuial meeting ??bon Thursday evenlng, 24th March', In'the Goorambat School.,: After corr'espondence and accounts had been' dealt with,; a balanco sheet: showing a aredlt''balanico"Of LG£/7/10 was received and adopted-' A report by the club ie oadr con-.: corning the year's activltles;? included: references to successful excursions and field days. He' proposed that more attention might h be paid to cereal growing, In "which lecturese might be given either at the school or on the farm concerning :suitable varleties, time of sowing, methods of cultivation, quantitles of fertilizers,. etc. As more practical work was necedssary in other sections, members : of the Advisory Council or anyone else need not hesitate In offerlngs their asssltance.." ." Cr. Walldce, the retiring ;president'. thanked the secretary ani e...
BENALLA CUP CHANGES HANDS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 April 1938
BENAIZA `CUP CHANGES HANDS Mr L. C. Neil (secretary) and Mr H. S. Johnston (president) holding the Benalla Cup, which has gone into the ownership of Mr E. S. Whitehead, of Cudgewa, whose horse, Beau Malt, on Monday won the cup event at a moat successful meeting. Trained by W. Hoysted at Tallangatta, Beau Malt was ridden by M. Gray, who was also astride three other winners during the afternoon.
S.E.C. SOCIAL CLUB VISIT FROM METROPOLITAN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 April 1938
S.E.C SOCIAL CLUB :'VISIT; FROM METROPOLITAN CLUB. I71h7AT his doveloped into ari an* noual isit ,froli. theo Metropolitan Branch of the State Elctricity Com misslon providedaR. a very pleasing sbocinl, eovnt 'foi the staff_ of tho Nodrth-Eastern - Branch of '"the Com mission doting -the week-ond. -A party of some .20 visitors arrived on fatur.day' afternoon, and wereo 'nter. tained, at a picnio at-Tatong. which proved thlloroughly enjoyable, sports, swilmiting and cricket bolng particia patedl In by all present. On Monday tho anniual criicket match was played ' o-theo oval, wihere afteorioon ten was pi'ovidled in: tle pavillon. "Thd' locals hadt:l sfferedd defeat lhst year,, but presenteld r ibettei performanca this time, for they racnhed the line' total of 211,; I. Archer compiling ?57, 13ar aclAy Boyd i',2. andt IHarold-;Kelton 12 retired, by sllendid batting. tie t.man ager ,'lMr: R. G. Crivclll, .rindl T: Smith willt J 2 each .being the inafn scorers,. A :fdriner Victorian cric...
A. & P. SOCIETY'S ANNUAL MEETING IMPROVED POSITION DISCLOSED YEAR'S ACTIVITIES DEALT WITH. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 1 April 1938
A. P. SOCIETY'S ANNUAL MEETING, IMPROVED POSITION DISCLOSED - YEAR'S ACTIVITIES DEALT WITH. i;: A deelded Improvement gener* ally was diselored at the Atniial m-:etini of Ath. bt.11. AgriSu . t.' rail Sbiely, Wich Wasi hild. , kh. I Kira Miil4 oi Friday after .; - niao BO t, and the oolt i now ;; d* finilely on ihe upward trend. Over 30 members attended, and the. . S preeldent, Mr Jos. Cooper, war in the chair. AkNNUAL' REPORT. The annual report as submitted, was as follows: Your Council has much pleasure in. presenting to you the 60th annual re port and statement. of receipts and expenditure, duly audited, for the year enlded 31st January, 1938. The Annual Hllow-The Jubilee Show of your Society was officially declared open by Sir Charles Merritt, president of the Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria. We were favored with ideal weather on both days, which resulted In a record attend ance, the gate takings amounting to 1302/12/3. The entries also reached a record of 2953. The 60th ...