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ANOTHER NEW FIRM FOR BENALLA [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938
ANOTHER NEW FIRM FOR BENALLA lReplacement Parts Pty. Ltd., a firm that Is shortly opening in Benalla, has many branches. It will be welcomed by most Benalla car owners and garages. No longer will thern be long delays waiting for the city firms to find time to execute orders for nparel, while the car owner Is compelled to do without his car.
SUCCESSFUL HUNTERS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938
SUCCESSFUL lUNTERS rirowgown and Pleasure, Ar D. 9W. Heaney's two hunters,' have an aun Recently they haveecompeted at-Tal plelous start in this year's shows. langatta. Queanboyan, Braldwood, Crookwell, aoulburn and Camden, hera . they they annexed the open hunt at every show, in addition to champion hunter and .champion hao;, They are- being ,?taken .to BiSdney next Week' to compeote in the Besqul-cpntary show.
GOOD WATER DISCOVERED AT 78 FEET [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938
GOOD WATER DISCOVERED AT 78 FEET AS this edition goes to press It Is reported that a good flow of water was struck on nMr W. Af. aln nlvan's property at 76 feet.. Water Is flowing at the rate c.[ t00 gallons an hour, and this is Increasing, The bore wan put down with W. Bethuno'e plant of 422 Temple Court AMol ourne. Air Trewin of Benaila is the local. agent.
OH FOR THE LIFE ON A LAND YACHT [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938
OH FOR THE LIFE ON A LAND YACHT A new era is upon the motoring world, as caravans are coming more and more popular. Seventy years ago the back blocks were opened up by eat. tiers. who" travelled and lived in covered wagorin. This year many people will explore the - country living in a motor caravan., - ;.'.? Whoi tnown, perhaps .vo will all b gypsleas.soon and'travel from place to 'plrico::and save rates and taxes WVhat wiill tho 'councils do then, pool .Itýils urprising. but none the ilos true, thlatlt has been found cheaper tc travel and takoe your hoom alona with you; than to stay in one place. The holiday malter has dllcoverer thiut he and his family can camp out In comfort and luxury. The live wharehousne have already equipped claborately fitted caravan: an showrooms. It certainly begets sales, when the traveller drives up to the shop-keeper and Invites him to just step out side hls shop to see the samples. 'The caravan business is one of the fastest growing Industries, and thi...
BIGGEST FORD V-8 EVER BUILT [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938
BIGGEST FORD' V-8 EVER BUILT In :the .now range 'of. Irord V-8'S Ibuyers aro given a choice of two dllstlnctlvely different designs-a Do Luxe and. a BIusiness series. T-'e Do Lsoe cars are entirely now in appearance; 'they are bigger and roomloer, boing 10 Inches longer over n1l, and much heavier . than the 1937 V-8 itodan, annd have greatly increased interior sllace. Powered withl the, famonus V-typo Showing Capacity of Luggage Boot iI-cyItiner engine which ia found in no other economically priced car, the Do Luxo series pioneers a. new standard of motoring In its price class,..and it in of Interest to note that the now 'D Luxo Sedan is the biggest Ford V-8 yet produced. . The entirely ioew roof line of the Do Luxe Sedan sweelis gracefully from. the windscreen to the. rear quarter, panel unbroken by protrudlng luggage trunk. Luggage accommodation has been- ncrodied, and thoro is a wide parcel shelf at the back of the roar seat. Tho large luggage compart ment In .the rear quarter is...
MORE ABOUT DIVINING [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938
MORE ABOUT DIVINING MR Jock Davidson, a water diviner uses a different method for find ing water than most diviners. The "Ensign" representative was taking photos of a new well, and after watching MAr Davidson decided to try limself., To his utter amazement, the copper rod'twleted violently- In his hand. "The Enslght'?ls satisfied that water divining is an eotabitshed fact. Mir Davidson, who is a 'Scot,~, says that he has sunk 47 wells, and'-Ir. places: where so-caled experts haveh tatedl to he absolutely without water at shallow depths.
CRICKET NOTES POSITION OF TEAMS AT END OF SIXTH ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938
CRICKET NOTES:. POSITION OF TEAMS AT END : ;' ' SIXTH ROUND. W3 Outright ` -Lo -"ii Poivata ýPolnt( U.tt te fina .ru. : a o i?h? a'"r:1' -r Bonallate.w.. il 3 : 12i e? 20n'tl ?: D ngters inung n6' 16 8.- 16 Footballers n .;~ . 60l 1: 3 21 . etaddaginnlo . -: 6 b ae zi Gcoorambat 8. 6 &lt; 33 C'S 15 Violet Town, 6 4^a'` Dooklce College 606. - The following matche a twhich 3 onn'?:: stitute the final rouind of honie fandl homi ematchlls will be olnayed -nthena:-.' ound of th first named ?a' clbt on- :. a~? od Frnlay, "?coaencing ? at .4n :_.' a.m. and continuing until 6 p.m. The leading four teams illi play off the seii-final' Cames. on'the ;a` next day, the. matches to be arranged at a meetingo f the'Assoiatlon' I mediately after the results are to hand for Friday's games.Th match will ie played on the Benalla poyul on lenday next (Easter Mon. sl 1 C.oummenclng at 0.42 a~m., and play coiNhoing until 0 p.m.
TENNIS BENALLA AND DISTRICT ASSOCIATION SEMI-FINAL. EMU BRIDGE v. BADDAGINNIE [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938
TENNIS BENALLA AND DISTRICT ASSO CIATION SEMI-FINAL EMU BRIDGE v. BADDAGINNIE Mlr. lillntes and AMIls A. Crawford' ? · v. Misen N. OIlver' nerl Mr. rry-,-8: and v. Allax' lobinon ainld 3IHs'::?M.':.' Mnck, 8-7; AMsln Nf. flos?ioek l ndr'''. MiAu A. 'JTnxoen v. IHHOHnne tololtlinson and 'A., Alonk, 8.2; and', *.."Thln IN. Ol1ver andll Mr. Erroy, ':'l.3nnoB'I'nes and .. 1dmondstonoe?. P. Ifoywood '. and . Vlncent.-8-6; ;mnd Vr . J' Vri; eont nnd tW. Johnlion, 7-8;R A. A?onds ind 0C(. InelO V. J.. Vincent and .W.: rolhonn. 6-8t'nind v. J. Ileywooed and L.. Vlncent; ' ,-8; 1' Baines and lMrs.. 3nalnes v./J. ,Ileywood and N. OlIvor, .-8; J;Eddmondstono and or. IHos-f , anek'v. L Vincent and Mrs. Errevy.i' 2.8; 0. Tnnlnes nnd A. TJunson v. ?;?*L' Vlincent and Mine 1oltlnson, 8-2; A. Mondt and A. Crawford v. WV. John ;on and AMInt AT. Mack, 6-8. -]aLddnglnnlo 08 " gaines; Emu";, 13r'dgeo 73 games. ,CLOSING OF SHOPS--All bosatI nss etishnlllmetliint8 ineeIonala'vi w ?ll::?'w roemin open unt...
BRIEF COUNCIL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938
BRIEF COUNCIL NEWS O \'WIN to, lpre1 u r1on o1 r 0111. HICO,. we hitave hIoll c rolilitl to curtail , reportH of vnrlollli Ilatteor which wereo ll*rotllt ulp fnr dIIlIHHieoon ati MonllldayH 'i Counlll iCetlIng. ARTS AND CRAFTS SCHOOL. NeglIotilltionllo which Ihave lieCn- ni rll'olireH for mHIIIC \wPe!( for tioe pur I'lIIIHim o 11o 1 llIok of llnl t tile l onH I'li lnd If lii,, towni fior the erection o1,f nl aitL nlllll crafnl H(lhooi, i l10v tleriliii tepil wlien It libinia knowln Ih1ni Ilonl. Dr. IInrril, ]Allinlttr of rillltion lhad1 hltirocl t lown tile pro ltiiltili, contndlllg tilint Ihe lb liock wH ltoo fir n11wl from thi Illgh School. Collllllneolor Itilerlly wrter of tlie olpinionl Itllt effiort Hllould lie nnilo to go Into thu lIloHHotilly of oHLcuIring *1inoth1l, Ibl|ctk, lodl on tllo illmloon of CrH. I'. A. Cook1, 2M.i..A., land Ilollany, IIt WliI dlelihed llil. te eniltrn riding inrll ll ilii ohei (eluncilllll or11 r(1d Ilf Iln 1 nl illIn I nvsHtig u 1th11 Iniittlor if ...
EASTER HOLIDAYS POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938
EASTER HOLIDAYS POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS:': FOLoOWVING nro the postal ar- . rangemnents for' the EanHtr 'h'oll . days: Irllday, 1. l/I/38.- PoHntal and .. telegrlaplhics belosHss willli be ontlrely siHlpendend. LSundaLy arrangements for handlIng of telegrams will apply.. Talellphone ervlce will he continuou?i.:. The fees charged for trunk line con-: vcrsatlonss will be tho' Cameno as on1 weelk days. Saturday, 10/4/38.-Post olllce will be open from 0 a.m. to 11 n.m. for the" trannaction of all postal and tele gralllhic blliness other, than money, order. 1laltl which" uIsually,closio after it ao.m. will close at that- hour. T'he first delivery will be madeo by.. postmen. The post olllco will re-open f'ront 12.0 to 1 p.n. for the delivery of maell intlcr ,ovel; the, counter. ':p .:: T'eoielplno cotnutino lo ·n Monday, 18/4/38.--JI ot affllce .will Io' 'open from 0 a.m. to 10 i.in. No',: delivery .wll be made. by postmen. lmalls usuallly closing: If?Ler 10 a.m. wIIl. close at thatt hour. The...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938
REPOWER CARS, TRUCKS AND TRACTORS WITH The Repco Repowering Service is ob tainable at all Garages and Service PISTONS Stations. RINGS - PINS "SUPREME IN QUALITY AND SERVICE." Phone-Works, 337. Phone-Private 382 J. A. TERRETT & CO; TIMBER MERCHANTS,' JOINERY AND FIBROUS PLASTER , MANUFACTURERS : .COMMERCIAL ROAD BENALLA F1 ROUS.: PLASTER JOBS FIXED .COMPLETE. TOWN.; OR COUNTRY. Everything for the Building 'Trade. Our Prices and Quality anrUnbeatable r unr owa A NEW SHIGHER ANTI-KNOCK 1-:i. 1. 1111-11 001( TEXACO0 ·::t: E~l . ..i SUPER POWER-CHIEF $l" Absolutely Knockless j ýK . k i F S Yl.l- S·iý> Power g> :which means GREATER MILEAGE and SMOTHER RUNNING AT LESS COST -'6 -v,$ SSý r. DISTRIBUTING AGENTS, W, L. TONKIN GOORAMBAT AND THOONA SECURE BEST POULTRY FEED FROM' Evans Grain and Produce Coy. CARRIER STREET, BENALLA SPECIAL CHICK MASH BABY CHICK FObD GROWING GRAIN. ALL POULTRY GOODS STOCKED GEO. DIGGLE FUNERAL DIRECTOR. BRIDGE AND SMYTHE STREETS, .BENALLA. (Head Omce...
MORE PETROL PUMPS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938
MORE PETROL- PUMPSi f' . HIIlE Noway Trnnport are dintrllbu. -' tornl fol s airatnlh Motor Silrlt.i TlHl: slirlt which in becomlng very :, popular, In thla diLtrlct, I nI product'i of the Neptuno 011 Co. The Newvay .Trnnsport contlnuen to lvo emclilit nurvice ?with their 13on iln-Alelbollurne lrn. M?any bnllinen Ipeophl anre having their goods brought;: frmno Mlollorno by Neoway Tians-,., pI tl, a1H itiH In 10 o nllonllCcal. fr ?cA?lilnul told ti tin that ho willi, boi hitnllli?ig lx .nw .wv ratilt L;t Jpiotlnp in lhoe dtitrict
CORRESPONDENCE To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938
CORRESPONDENCE'. To the Editor. . Sir,-On behalf of the Ilenalla Girl alillde, I wish-to thannlc all thosewoho helped to :mhlco our fair on Saturday' i?ch cI s uccess, .eupeobully' thanking' the Scoult Who carted "ovdrything. for.. the stalls: lIl memboer of our aRsso-I t elation who organisedl competitions"-'.` and supplied tea and worked no hard: nali the gentlemen who gave dona tlons and thlo slorting clulb for th:. silupport aIt ten. Tosot of the umountl raised Is to 'he givenl towards the now; '.':] Scout and0 l'Clldo Thall huilding- fund: It further donatlonl to be given to the Camlp HTouse for nill Victorian Guldes, an0d the' lalllinco to the local uaoocln lion of Gulden own fund.-Yours, etc.' LOITNA I3LAIR, , Dlhtrl'et Commilalloner, . lenallai:; G irl Clilde,.
NEW FRUIT SHOP [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938
NEW FRUIT, SHOP R. RYAN who had a fruit stall in Bridge Street, has. opened a shop next door to -Doxey's" Real Radio. ?Mr Ryan says his success has been duoe to buying for sale only the best quality fruit. Many housewives say that, not only does Mr Ryan sell good flult, but it is cheaper, to deal with him than elsewhere.
FASHION NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938
FASHION 'NOTES 'BY. LINDA HEFFORD:.; InIE. "2lario" Frock Shop takes :pleasuroe In ipresenting to: the ladies of Bienalla an ,excluslvo range of ..frocks, hats, sports' wear and coats for all occasion;. T'rie most noticeable departure . from the usual fashion. is 'the use of bright' orna moets;n Those are kept, extremely Materials, are beautiful, iciluding embossed and lacquered taffetas, tinsels, gold-patterned satins, cloque?, Vlencese. paisley satins, Hungarian spaced florals on pastel groounds, all now and fascinating made up Into smart styles at reasonable prices. One simple blouse frock with high dinaped neckline' Is lavishly covered on the shoulder and the skirt:.with gllttering sequins. Another all' green and silver lame, Is beautifully cut to mould the figure, but with the new fullness draped in theo front. Furs (of which we'll see a lot this winter) trim a full length coat with modest flare-same is finished with a cyclamon wisp of 'scarf. Coats atre to suit the petite,: "t...
District Cricket FIGHT FOR FINAL FOUR NEXT FRIDAY Six Teams Still in the Running for Inclusion Stewarton and Devenish Meet in Final of "B" Grade [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938
District Cricket FIGHT FOR FINAL FOUR NEXT FRIDAY Six Teams Still in the Running for . Inclusion Stewarton and Deveniac - Meet in Final of "B" Grade With the completion of the sixth round of matches on Saturday last. the positions of clubs is such that only five points separate the first six teams. By their outright win against. Dookle College, and the defeat of Benalla, the Friendly Societies are now equal first with Benalla with 20 points. Footballers and Diggers are. next with 16 points each, whilst Bad-. daginnie and Goorambat are only one. point away. The matches on Friday next are therefore likely to be very keenly fought, as the final round of, home and home matches will then be' played, and the composition of the' final four decided. The draw appears to favor-Friendlies, Diggers. and Footballers, and a great game is to be expected at Goorambat, where the home team, who are making a strong' final showing, meets Benalla, and the' losing team is almost sure to be ex cluded from...
NEPTUNE OIL COMPANY PTY. LTD. MARKET A NEW PETROL AND OIL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938
NEPTUNE OIL COMPANY PTY. LTD. MARKET.. A NEW PETROL; ANC The over changing. conditions .'in motor engine .", design necelsltates constant and"thorough chemical" re search to. 'produce pIetrol' and. oil which will give the maximum' re sults under all conditions. In' the new guaranteed definitely improved Varatah Motor Spirit, the research chemists' ., of Neptune Oil Company Pty. Ltd. have excelled themselves. ' In' laboratory tests which' is the hardest known' tcst-the 1038 Waratah lias shown phenomenal results. 'In natual rroad testa It has proved all that was claimed for it by the research." department. 'A,. feature D! the oNew Waratah its Its amazing conomy-and. when' one realises that ,espite its " guaranteed' quality, Waratah costs no more-it will be to ill motorists advantage to try this NowL Spirit. .In the Now Extra Milleag.e: Veedol Oll-pages could be written extolling its world famous ,features-Nowhere In the world Is ltherea boter Motor Oil than Veedol, which l"s 100 per c...