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THIRD-PARTY INSURANCE [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 April 1938
THIRD-PARTY INSURANCE Compulsory third-party insurance of motor cars. is likely to be an as pect of early legislation to be Intro duced in the coming session of State Parliament. It Is among the ineas ures that the Chief Secretary has been reviewing with a'view to early submisslon... The premium rates, which would be limited' by legislation have yet to be determined, and, in dgciding upon proposals in this re gard, Cabinet will take into con sideration .a report 6n' the operation of such legislation in South Auls tralla.' On - Wednesda' next` the Chlef Secretary willl receive a depu tatlon from the 'Hospitals' Assocla tionI on the subject of tho'- proposed measure. Tho Mlriintrl'sy also likely to resubmit the b111, which Inpsed last seesion, dealing with the control of funeral benefit funds. and the regis tration of funeral benefit socitics.
Golf Associates Meet SUCCESSFUL SEASON CONTEMPLATED [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 April 1938
Golf Associates Meet SUCCESSFUL SEASON CONTEMPLATED · KK?_ ?:~K.n interest .id the',, golflpg;'.?,:' ,I. ,* ·FedAsoen '"about 'to commence, wu .a displayed by Benalla' golf aesooi-.? - ates at. their annual meeting -at the Memorjal, Hall on Monday evening last, and a very success ful season is anticipated. Mrs. II. S.;. Johnston,- the president, wats. in the'chair, dtherl present be lng Afendames Rcltkards, IMeandowa, Ounn, o., Oliver, Rold :: Mafl. Ryan, R. E:. Thomson, Perrinn, Nason,: Mis se L.; H11ll L. Vann;, B. Ollberteon,' K1 Hanlon,' M; Dunstan, O. Cooper,: I. O'Shie~i,' A. AcPherseonh R. Cairroll,: 1A Bradshaw, 1'.l Brownh,; -b MAeadows,: L. Ieffolrd; and ; the acting aCeeretary, MIles 4.? O'Shea,: : :. : . ., T Nhe acting.;ecretary,' (1Mian' M. 'O. O'Shea)., cubmltted llthe annual report' na follows:- Each year a,,our ?membeershlp : I steadily increasing, anid ltstsneason's - total of-I?5iD"membhers shwed ?iub? i itnr~tlal Increnseaoverv'e the:? iprevious year. We uopened ...
THE KIEWA TRANSMISSION LINE TO RUN ALONG OXLEY FLATS-BRIGHT ROAD SHOULD ASSIST DAIRY FARMERS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 April 1938
THE KIEWA TRANSMISSION x I LINE TO RUN ALONG OXLEY':. "FL'ATSr BRIGHT: ROAD=':; : SHOULD ASSIST DAIRY FARMERS The' Wangaratta' Shire Council at Mondayi,'s meetitngrecetved; a letter aind plans.from ';tho e State: Electricity Commission regarding the "route "of the. proposedi transmission line from Kiowa to: Wanigaratta. : The line will run. along the Oxley Flats.rond .(with, certain devlutians) to Milawa, and thence along the Whor nulyroad- to Myrtleford, and on to Bright and KlIewa. c on route across privale pro ert? but theline will 'ln :the.: inin run'" along the road. ' Noi doubti'th: commission .will" also supply: currentt to farms an t towniships en .route, 'and this wills' be giehtly w -ilntod y .1 landholders l thii South -Ofppal.nid mar 'ys dt;iry. fa(nr? 'are conniwi,'d :up .itlh the crma,=is sinn' .power n, n: is a' esu st. the work o.. dal"' farmns Ihns een greatly accelerated and made niore congenial. Instead. or running'tlnh Ltg the rai;d ,at Henley's Gap, see line wil...
CROQUET RAILWAY INSTITUTE CLUB COMPETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 April 1938
RAILWAY INSTITUTE CLUB COMPETITIONS.. COM~PETITIONS on the V.RLI.: cro quet lawn provided a happyaf ternpon last Wednesday. when.- ,all dresent keenly contested each event. Tle following ladles proved the win ners:-I-ing the bell, Mrs Stevenson; bobs. Mrs Maynard; crazy croquet, Mrs Long; one ball break, Mrs May nard. Afternoon tea was served in the Institute. The club members are arranging .1 bridge afternoon for April 27th.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 April 1938
pecals at Carters ., ° . ALUMINIUI4 JUGS, 1/= EACH. . F ALUMINIUM TEAPOTS, 2/- EACH, ALUMINIUM KETTLES, 3/6 EACH. :,ALUMINIUM PLATE COVERS, 1/. EACH. TIN CO.LANDERS, 2/- EACH.' fi.:ENAMEL CHAMBERS, 2/. EACH . ENAMEL BILLIES, 2/6 EACH. ELECTRIC TORCHES, 2/6 COMPLETE CARTRIDGES OF ALL KINDS. LARGE ASSORTMENT TOOLS. CARTER & CO. CARRIER STREET. BENALLA DONALD J. SUTHERLAND, F.S.M.C., F.I.0 0 JAS. A. GILLMAN YouR LOCAL MEN P.V.O.A. ARE ON THE SPOT ;:;:.. (Late of Collins St, Melbourne)., FOR SERVICE.: QUALIFIED CERTIFIED OPTOMET RISTSr, I: . '".':?.?i 88 CARRIER STRI.IET. Phone ,00 BNALLA ,. THE Smith. Photographic Studio Phone 253 for appointments day or evening. The Champion Baby of Victoria for 1937 was P hotorahped here. I WE HAVE LA ' BEAUTIFUL SELECTION OF CRYSTAL AND ART CHINA y' ' " , , . ... Kodak Supplie.e SECURE BEST POULTRY FEED FROM Evans Grain and Produce Coy CARRIER STREET, BENALLA : ; ~ mSPECIAL CHICK -MASH . BABY CHICK FOOD. GROWING G'RI SWatts,T urnbull &am...
WOMAN'S TRAGIC DEATH BULLET WOUND IN FOREHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 April 1938
WOMAN'S TRAGIC DEATH BULLET WOUND IN FOREHEAD. Neighbors of Mrs Daisy Ann 'Tuckett,' 40, of , Swanpool, near Benalla, who forced the door of her cottage on Monday evening, found her lying on the floor, with a bullet wound in her forehead, and a discharged. pea-rifle lying across her chest. Her three weeks-old baby was nearby un- harmed. The scene of the tragedy was at her home at Swanpool -- a small dwelling on the property of Cr A. Heaney. Mr Richard Putt was sum- moned to the house by a lady friend of the deceased and on forcing the door made the terrible discovery at 5 p.m. on Monday last. Death had taken place only a short time previ- ous. Mrs. Tuckett had been in ill- &nbsp; &nbsp; health for some months. Her hus- band, Mr. Lewis Tuckett, was at his work in the district when he was told of the tragedy. The bullet had entered at the centre of the forehead and lodged at the rear of the skull. It was later extracted by the police. The body was removed to Diggle's m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 April 1938
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District Cricket SECOND LAST ROUND OF MATCHES KEEN STRUGGLE FOR FINAL FOUR Country Teams Leading in Semi-Final Games [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 April 1938
District Cricket SECOND LAST ROUND OF MATCHES. KEEN STRUGGLE FOR FINAL FOUR. ,,Country Teams Leading in Semi-Final Games The results of Saturday's play leaves the composition of ihe final four teame in "A' grade m Ire open than ever. Should the' weather continue fine, the two leading teams at present, may be defeated, and even lose their positions in the four. Benalla are leading with 21, pointe, fol lowed by Baddaginnie withi 16, but each appears likely to be de feaited this round. Should this happep and they be defeated again. i in th` next round, they may be displaced from the four, which may mean. that Friendiies, Dig-:r gers, Footballers and Goorambat-, would play out the final games. Next round of matches-which will be played on Good Friday, In cludes Benalla and Goorambat at ;.Goorambat, and. Footballors and +;'. Baddaglnnie., oi;, ;the I; Friendly:-i Societies' Reserve. Benalla were fortunate toreach i 125 against Footballers, whose` p fielding was not,up to the stand-? ard ...
WEATHER REPORTS AFTERNON BROADCASTS FROM 2CO. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 April 1938
WEATHER REPORTS AFTERNON BROADCASTS FROM 2C00. Mr. McElvon, M.HI.., Minister for the Interior, stated recently that he had mndo arrangemenits , for the Commonwealth Meteorologist.. to supply to the-Australian Broadcast ing' Commission rafternoon weather reports from selected stations in, the fiverina. . These reports -" will: be broadcast dai|s:. through_ the National, Btkoad casting- Station 2CO. atLt ? lOoroW??p row South Wales.
WEDDING JERRARD—JAMES [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 April 1938
WEDDING JERRARD-JAMES On Saturday last, at St. Joseph's Church, Benalla, the marriage wa celebrated of Myra, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Jqmes, of Benaliay and Warrenbayne a p Alfred .Clve, son di the late Mr. aM' Mrs. Jerrard, of Mosman, Sydney, The bride, who was given away by her father, was charmingly frocked in deep fawn cloque, with brown ac cessories 'and carried a beautiful bouquet" of old gold roses, maiden hair fern and autumn leaves. She was. attended by her sister, Miss D. James, who wore deep red sheer, with hat to match, and carried a posy of red roses, carnations and autumn leaves. Mr. Doug Cameron, of Yarra wonga was best man. After the ceremony a reception was held at the Commercial Hotel, Ben alla, where the bride's mother (Mrs. James) received her guests in a be-. coming ensemble of bloek and white moracain. The happy couple left '?or a motor tour, the bride's travelling frock be ing of brown wool-do-chin.. ,, Mr. and Mrs. Jerrard are both well known in the Yarraw...
ALL BLACKS FOOTBALL CLUB ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 April 1938
:ALL :BLACKS FOOT BALL CLUB. A;.wonderful financial position was revealed .at the annual meet. _:ing of. the All Blacks Foolall --Football Clubh or Tuesday *vn. I?ig .Ilast when the balance-sheet disclosed a credit bialance of t7, of which £80 was raised by the Sooil Club, The'Club had a most successful year financially and socially. There was a good attend&nce and the chair was occupied by the preus ddeit, Mr P. Tumor. :ELECTION OF OPPFlCE-JEARER8. The election of omficb-bearers for '.the ensuing year resulted:-Presl dent, Mr P. Turnor; vice-presidents, 7essra.E. M.H Jones, J. Cllpperton, L. Lindsay; secretary, A. M. Smith, pro tem.; treasurer, Mr G . Humphrey; delegates, Messrs P. Tumor, A. M. Smith0 F. Lowe; general committee, :Messrs C. Wilson, J. Kay, F. Lowe, I::.Cros," P. Quayle, C. Gedye, A. M. milth, B. ?Crimmins, RI. Hodder, T. Rae, A.. Bittler junr.; social commit tee. Messrs J. Callow, C. Wilson, E. *ichardson, J. Kay, T. Beard, F. *Terrett, P. Quayle, W. Hasklri...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 April 1938
PERSONAL '-. Rev. Canon Nelson. orf RKlmnore, passed through Benalla yesterday on his way to Wangaratta. and renewed. many friendships. The engagement Is: announced, of Joyce Dorethea, third daughter. of Mr. and Mrs. W. Towrigend, of. 7.T Cilve street, SheppMrton;' to Mr. 1. H. Cooper, only son of Mr. J. M. Cooper and the late Mrs. Cooper,: of Ben alia. S *. .. " Mrs. C. 'J. Wallace and MislIvy Wallace are 'pending a' few- days with Mrs. Sims, of Pine Lodge. 9 . Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Younger,, of. Glonburnle, Greta, have issued invita tions for the mnrriage of their daughter, Betty Helene, to Mr. Willis John Sanders, at thb Methodist Church, Wangaratta, on- Saturday, April 23, at 12.10 p.m. Mr. J It. Hain (Sydney) is holiday Ing in Benalia as the guest of. his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Brown. " 9 " Thirteen members of the Benalla branch of the Country Women's As sociation were hostesses at an en Joyable card evening at the Memorial Hall on Tuesday evening last, the ...
LIFE DISQUALIFICATION [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 April 1938
LIFE ; DjS ALIFJCAT ION H EAiEY, lato of Western Aus tralla; owner of Wally'* Pride, the, greyhound disqualified' by ..the Bonalla: stewards .last week, was dis qualified for lifo'for discredlltahle conduct connected :with the running of the above ' doog, at Wednesday night's meeting. This sentence: means that Healey,. vho said lie received. 'the dog in settlement; ofra:.wager from a start ing price. bookmaker in Sydney, will be debarred from racing the. grey-, hound or:ittending registered cour sing }fitxtuies .;throughout the Com monwealth :for 'life.' CLASSES FOR LADIES.--Millln ery, dress deslgn, decorative' needle work, dressmaking. Every woman should be able todress herself taste fully in the latest knodes at a renason able cost. People engaged In the tradeoof selling and proddoing mIllin eri; gowns' and all kinds of needle work should be thoroughly skilled. To accomplish this training is necos sary Instruction is given to adults in these subjects.at the Wangaratta Technical "...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 April 1938
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - --- - - -- - - =~ BLACKNEY no o Chiropractic and Naturophatic Institutes 44, BT. KILDA ROAD, MELBOURNE, 2 D.ori Below Arthur Street. -. The Greatest Naturopathlc Institution. In Australia, 23 different id types of Treatment, 43 treatment rooms and a staff of 12. In the J- last 11 yearn 170,000 treatments have been given. Diagnosis made l by means of Pathological Test and X-Ray examinations. B. -- ENALLA BRANCH, 34 NUNN STREET' Complete X-Ray Equipment Installed. dIVISITING DAYS: FRIDAYS- -APRIL the 8th and 22nd;, 2 MAY the 6th and 20th. : HOURS 3 p.m. to' 9 p.ni. All Consultations" Free. SE.ND '2d STAMP FOR INTERESTING FREE LITERATURE. 3 Listen every Wednesday, 3KZ, 3 to 3.30. Every Thursday, 3XY, ' 90 ? : 2.15 to-2.30; 3"SR, 7 p.m; 38H, 8.16 p .m 4I NOUt1oDIIIM llfu M l illfill lllIi l i isi noollllu ll ?bNiIInbllM i :'o i A Permanent Wave JIS AN ASSET TO EVERY WOMAN. LADIES WHO ARE HOLI DAYING AT EASTER WISH 1TO HAVE THEIR HAIR LOOKING WELL GROOME...
OBITUARY MR. THOMAS ROBERTSON WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 8 April 1938
M q. THOMAS ROBERTSON WEST The : friendl of "Irs W. I. McNcell> wlil egrel t to learin ' of the death of her-.father, Mi, 'Thomas Robertson 3VWeit,'-ate Melbourne, 'on ?the 30th of March, at tho: ago of '75 years.: The ilateo'4tr3 ýWent, vwho, wan born In Ilalnmllton ;Scotland,': came to Annu titralht at ~ai-:earlynageof nd ettled on thle Iand : ,near,. Yea Hel erveed with the Atlstfallan cittontingent-: in the Southi:'Afrlcan' war,. He i survived by;; hIe ' ?? i M .T 't .Westi, and fl r iinurii) S'olihla?(MIrs Hl'alett, Mel Sbourne), Maiinls '?(?,lbourne), .Tho mas (Vorthiern .i rrtory) and Maiiel (AMr TV Ii SlcNellly onniall): The fun erl l which l wits of a lilv'tpr e nature, toole i.lri??eitt :he ~ iawlknr, crnetery on the lllt A:pri;l ' ;: MRS F H. BUTCHERS. M; enalla reusldents? received at nhock on Moeidoy. lant when newes wain reo dcelved o?Lor thb??dea tihj?t MrItei Butchers;, if.e?ot'Itgov.: Firdtns l3utcherl ;who pwas forI many yearns li clarge, of. St. Andrew'e nChuir...
COLES' NEW STORE [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938
COLES' NEW STORE Considerable Interest is being taker in the proposed store that is to b erected for Coles Pty. Ltd: It wil be modelled as nearly as possible of the St. I(lda store that has just beet Ideas will be used as regards in terlor wall treatment. The veran dahs will be" of. the cantilever type the wbol6 will-be a dignified moder store, with everything displayed ii the bat: possible light. 'The . sfor w' ill 'be lighted by lantern lights tha S..,ly pleasant dlftused daylight. .The frontage will be 4 feet, asn ibout twelev people wI tP emplored
VALUE OF CONSERVING FODDER [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938
VALUE OF CONSERVING FODDER Adequateo I)r~s of thet csb value of conserving fodder was revealed this week. At Warrenbayne one oalmer reported that 300 tone " of grase hay had gone to N.B.W. at, the satlsfactory price of E6 per ton. Another man reported that hewas receiving £6/5/ from the Mallee. Thlr' eertalnly goes to show 'that it pays to conry? fo t 7d? fr
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938
DEFINITELY BACON IS THE CHEAPEST FORM OF MEAT. Keeps indefinitely in Hot Weather. ';Ideal Food for Winter Supplies are short. Book your order now from :-DEVENISH BACON FACTORY W. J. EVANS AND SON, -)Butchers & Bacon Curers. Devenish. Phone 2. Broken River Hotel Whether you are a strong man who drinks beer, or the delicate lady wants a meal ..;.THE •:BROKEN RIVER HOTEL IS BEST. ,: ALL BEST BRANDS WINES AND SPIRITS STOCKED. THE 'BROKEN RIVER HOTEL (T. P. EGAN, Licensee). ::BRIDGE' STREET,I BENALLA Garden Of Roses Cafe (M: COCHINEAS) IT'S POPULAR BECAUSE WE GIVE VALUE AND SERVICL ::i:CHOICE HAND PICKED FRUIT Pure a Fruit Drinks EXCELLENT MEALS ATi ALL :HOURS. sBRIDGE STREET, BENALLA The First Thing you see entering Benanla Comnercial Hotel Famous from Melbourne to the Murray Comfortable Accommodation. Luxurious Surroundings (MRS. NOONAN, Proprietress) Specials at Carters ALUMINIUM JUGS, 1/- EACH. ALUMINIUM TEAPOTS, 2/- EACH. ALUMINIUM KETTLES, 3/6 EACH ALUMINIUM PLATE COVERS, 1...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938
The well dressed gld ad d gentleman wi choose their 1938 styles, inspired by'oversea ideass and some a meedels, are .e Sl*** * *Autumn and Winter Optnts at Rudin's, becaise the aost ap-*date S usive to our fm. If you wish tobe tastefuy dressed for Autm A . U Fand Winter, and want to get good value for your money, don't miss to :ilowwe ive 938 Io ew o o Se . ?r m attend our Austor u: Fair. : Below we give youa'few of our Special Lines but there are huBed ore o MEN, the Best Value at RUDIN'S. 90/- READY TO WEAR SUITS, 59/6. These ullts are definitely high grade. Well cut and, tailored? from pure wool Vorsteds. In smart practical shades. .1/6, 9/11 GOLF SHIRTS, 7/11. S Hero I an opportunity of securing your Winter Golf Shirts at: a ,liberal discount New season's, garments; in very smart:. : check designs or plain colors, with ti t match.. Others 9/11. 2/11 ELASTIC TOP- 80X, 1/11. Mill purchase of first quality Sox, with garter tops A largo seloction to choose from. ;1 CAVALIEI HIATS, 2...
EYE INSURANCE [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938
EYE INSURANCE GLASSIC'S are one of the' greatest benefits given to mankind. 'To. he shut out of the world of ight Is Indeed a terribloe thing, . but of, course if your eyes are failing, spoedy. rellef can be obtalined by visiting ar trained optician. Mr J. A. Cillman, V.O.A., of Sith erland's Pharmacy, told the "Ensign" that motoring accidents • could h-o averted if their sight had been tested and fitted for glaoCse, and that many children. would have ihad an easier life at school and done well for themo selves afterwards, if their parents had -taken them to a skill)ed optician. Although :many people -realise the above remarks they have not reallaed that optical. work holongs to the 'lghly-trained specialist : who must' know a great 'deal about mathema tics; and' mniust work along the lineo of. : sclentflo. ideal.l LIMr?Gillmainn is: a ;resident optician,. backedbhy 30 years' experienee. Many country. ,towns cannot boast of hav log .on " resi~dent, -but must' rely on, visiting or ;w...