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THE MAN BEHIND THE STUMPS BENALLA BOY'S OUTSTANDING PERMORMANCE. IN DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

THE MAN BEHIND THE .. STUMPS ,; BENALLA BOY'S OUTSTANDING -.PERMORMANCE. IN DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. . ONB mom, 0er of a cricicet team, S whse. work l, .of paramount iimortnlice tlo his Ild, is ho who PIrforjms theo duIty of wickot Skeeporr' Thils duty calls for co-ri tinual bal tobaiill concentration, more ;so .than any otherL positlon Son tl fillod, for every. ball bow .led 1i a potontial catch behind or - SLtumpling. aind he'very'"ofton' has tdo take hard, iand ''nasty' kndcks. .Even inembers -of his -own side often unthlnklngly treat himi as.' -an Aunt' Sillly"' by' bad returns -at all placbs and angles from: the I;leld. Several of our,.toamrs' are veryfortiunate ln ihaving the soer VIces of anr outstanding wicket keeper,, and lhis work *each Satur urday i;s 4a feature of? the game being contested. .High-class 'ier formainces this .year have been g 'given by Alf 'Urbahans. (Diggers), Will 'Castles '(Footballrs); Edgar rPeacock (Vlolet ?T6n),' and Keith i :'ltman (Methodlsts)7. ' Th...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BENALLA TALKIES [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

BENALLA TALKIES ONE attractive bulding in Bonalla Is the "Star-Lit Theatre,.' lstu ated In Bridge Street,,. erectqd. by: 3oenalla Talkies. This theatre in proving very popular to the local and, district residents. The entrance. leads. through a well kept garden to the ticket box, built in 'pagodx fashion. Inside we fnd rows of com fortable canvas seats surrounded by walis painted a pleasing green. The sAcren is a delightful nsetting, two mnsslve : pillars, one each side, re Ilived with lattice work picked out in attractive colors on which colored floodlights are projected. The oper ating room has been built to elimin ate unnpccassary nolcss. The light ing equipment Is the latest and to gether with excellent sound equip ment, projection of a high standard Is maintained. The usnhers, dressed in cool uniforms are in keeping, :with clean and modern outdoor theatres. VWith ncareflul selected pirograms :,and general presentation, , many happy hours are assured at this pretty star-lit thea...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

Benalla West Emporium

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE MODERATELY BUILT HOME [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

THE -MODERATELY BUILT HOME OUTTANDING an~mongst' the mod Seraltely priced dwellings of to-day are the attractive asbestos-cement types of homes that have become so increasligly 'polilar wlth home build era In every part of . the Commo'n wealtli and 4eo .Zealand.' Three genral stya len are used, viz., vertical panel treatment, horizontal panel treatment' and . roughcast or. "stucco"' treatment.' .: ,~'e appearanceo obtained with the "stucco' flnlsh is not only artistic, but creates I .' favorablo'e "mpresslon 'of strong nd. solid ',onstruction;' and 'it is ?imost impossible to , detect-. any difference. n its appearaneo fron that. of. the much more costly type of roughcenstl brilclc cottoago.' ; . i': t? e Interlor of the asbestos cem ent::home, a variety of charming treatments can be used for the walls and ceillings. Delightful panelled ef fects, beautiful wall-paper treatments and the most delicate color schemes can he carried out with a degree of economy that brings these beautifu...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTRICT CRICKET CONTINUED RAILWAYS v. BENALLA WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

DISTRICT CRICKET SCONTINUED . RAILWAYS v. BENALLA WEST. lBenalla' West opened up"- against iallway's big score of 226, and not w~:thstandlhg good bowling :'by T. " :.Dykes and Leo Doheorty, reached 117, of Which Alan. Harding scored `, 22 and Ted` Etches 21, and..V; Buaseo, 10, K. Pitman 18 and"C. Clarke 10 all** : batted ?well. Railways were not able :':to "reproduce their fine first innings : performance, owing, ,to . the splendid bowlingot A.: Harding and -V. Busso,r. who took I for,20 and 4 for 20 res-_e :ectively, the former having taken. 6 for 82 In theo. first Innings,: and .then 'iaking top score, showed :much all round ability., Leo. Doherty. who scored 67 In the first Innings, was top. scorer In the second.wlth a well made 26, ivblch included . 4 f,fours. T. Dykes 14 and Amos' Buttler 10 also batted well. The Vest reqluiring 188 runs io win,' fuind It a rather a for inldableo task, ant Tom Dykes 4I for 24 and Leo Dohertyi 3 for 22, with 11 I. Bruce 1 ,foI 0;, soon .reposed...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OLD-TIMERS TO PLAY CRICKET MATCH [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

OLD-TIMERS TO PLAYA. CRICKET MATCH " This match betweon, teams re presenting old country players aiid old town . players, arranged 'by Mressrs Dayv . Ferrl and Andy l3rown, will be played on the oval on iVednesday, 23rd inst.. Much local interost Is already boing aTousoed and there is some talk of the' osing team having to provido the winners with a dlnndr.

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRODUCTION OF CHAFF IMPORTANT STATEMENT BY LOCAL CHAFF BUYER. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

PRODUCTION OF CHAFF IMPORTANT S8TATEMENT BY LOCAL CHAFF BUYER. -. TIH. ' LINADBUR7, (managgr for Permewan .Wright, Bonalla) comparing? the ?WVestern'C District with, the 'North-Eastern - Victoria in an:intertiew with the "Ensign" re presentative, said ithat it. would be posaible to pay, highest 'prices for chaff It steam cuttbrsv were used and new bags. Dealing.- with' the first point, chaff s harvested In the. Benhilt? district during the dry peilod. 'en atlia hay is equal to any produceil in the Western District, so any deterior atlon in the chaff must he rin the cutting and, the bagging. If the chaff is cut during the dry period and without the use of steam,. It he comes too dusty. If only more care was taken with the cutting, It would command a' better price. .Dealing with hbags, A?Mr lnabury said that chaff, like',everything; else, must present a good or an attractive 'appearance to the buyer.. For in stance, often Permewan' 'Vright send a truck load of chaff to some distant pa...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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District Cricket Fine Performance by Devenish Players [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

District Cricket Fine Perfor.nance by Devenish Players The second reund of graded matches, in which bowlers were on concluded onf .ne games, some very fine averages being recorded, was pontsludedfor tv daturday last. Friendly Societies being leaders with 12 otey had tv io outright wins. After defeating Footballers by 2 runs, they had a' nother close finish, winning against Goorambat by 6 runs. silyc Byr .tes 6 for 25, proving too. strong for the latter. Benallal easily s* Jeated Baddaginnie, Colin Robertson again batting splendidly with .ou ý kes all round the wicket for 69 not out, and Violet Town, thoup ,n batting weakly in their second innings, easily accounted for the Diggers, for whom Barclay Boyd took 5 for 21,. whilst Geoff. Sacock batted in fine style for for 1 for the winner... In "Bn grades r patches, Devenish 'won outright from Goomalibee, fine forceful bat ting by Martin Oliver in' making .107, and a hat trick in his 5 for 17 by A. Le Guier, going special features of the...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TREATMENT OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES CONFERENCE OF MUNICIPAL GROUP BENALLA SHIRE WILL BE ADMITTED ON CONTRIBUTING £400 [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

"TREATMENT OF INFECTIOUS :." DISEASES 2CONFERENCE OF MUNICIPAL GROUP IBENA!LLA SIIIRtE WILL BE ADMIT TED ON'. CONTiRiBUTING '£400 A meeting ,of 'representatives 'of the 2 group' of.; municipnlities'-" having .an :. agreement with theo. Wangnrattao Dis trict Banse Hospital for, the . ,treatment iof infectious disdases was held at the town; hall;; .Wangarnttao, on, Friday Snight: The Mayor of the Borough (Cr, G., D. Handley) dpresided, and others present were:-Crs. J 'R. i Mummery, ;;nresidenrit,and 3'Forrester'an' Mr. J. Page, engineer "(Bright Shire), 'Cr.. P. C. Snowdon and 'Mr. D. Reid; secretary (Oxlev Shire);' Crs. A. H. Smith, pro ' sident, W, Johnson, J. Connors and M. J.:-Sheridan' (Wangaratta Shiroe), and "sti T. C. Muntz (town clerk). The business of the meeting was-to consider an application by the Benalln ;-hiro Council for admittance .to the group. The Mayor said that' 'Benalla had already contrhibuted £25 towards the cost'of.the respirator. Emergency Bellows for Respira...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENGINEER'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

ENGINEER'S REPORT The Shiro Engineer, Mr L. D. Fawcknor,i submitted 'hls monthly roport, in which ho reported sat isfactory progress being carried out on various roads throughout the Shire. He also reported on the proposed now watoer supply for Baddaginnio. 'l'heo following rIu't wnLn rceiveld oxeoplt where otLherwIHo o)eCilleli: DevelHnlh Riding. : ''ocunwnl lodl.-A- l -I work on tile sectlOnH ofo t llH romd whi ch alf'- Un dle" contrullctlon in now comlelote cx,'oIIt for final tlriinllllmg andi IoiIn tLlnncllc, Ilnl( tie whol occtlon is Ino opllon fort tlralllo; Contlllralctor laird hine comrnllotou |lie vhrlouh workH 1in thLIo vicinity of B'or gIr'H nlld uvill now Ilorc?od with tho stra'lightcllni g of the hlaJolr Cr?ok ad ll ti linllhlallonl omf tllo tmo mlll Vo'rt oni tho CiIo1?Lamnlllat-DoOkImo Ironad. It IH antlclltmrtd thatl the mslling of thio Imlnlll .H trLm ? i Ch i olrmllllll mtL will1 h1 clllrmioi omut llext ?wok. 'Iell eoll comt In thll Inhiu Ltrooet, Devonlamh, ImH Ih...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Secondary Industry for Benalla PASSION FRUIT GROWING AT LURG. IS IT POSSIBLE TO PULP PASSION FRUIT FOR EXPORT [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

Secondary Industry for Benalla PASSION. FRUIT GROWING A LUR. IS IT POSSIBLE TO PULP PAS - 8ION FRUIT FOR EXPORT One of the staff of the:!Ensign," Ias- been in distrlcts in .Ni: Zeqland where 'passion fruit is pulped for export~ 'The following article written by Mr Eric. Buttler, .of Lurg, seemns to euggest that passlon'frUit could ba proded in quantities and could keep a pulping. plant;busy and give up'to 2Q0 men employment; that it:would be a sound scheme: to investigateo the possibillties of passion. fruit as'a . secondary industry- to. Benalla,'and so" supply a much-needed -want Stoour progressive town; -: . ' OWING to the interest ibeing mani est' in the large scale develop ment of passion .fruit. growing fat Lurg-especially , during . the: Inst. few years-a comprehensivh surveys ,of thoe industry, with: its prospects 'mray prove of, interest to readers of the "Ensign. ' HISTORY. Although theo pioneer : f the Indus try-ir . Challis--has beern si nI(csa fully andl commercially, p...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HIGH SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

THE HIGH. SCHOOL The Public Works Department is to be congratulated on the design and construction of Benalla   High School. Most schools In England just grow, being unfortunate   mixture of Georgian, Early Victorian ond Victorian domestic archltecture, lacking 'grace and dignity. The Benalla High School is an example of   goometrical form-givlng, cleanness, stab!llty and grace that Is aesthetic ally satlifying. The , new High School is largely the result of the work of the late member; Mr E. F. Cleary, who has sett an example to I'arlllamentarianl. Tile Advisory Council of the school Is also to be warmly congratulated. The' window areas are exceptional. Mr Garson, the headmaster, and Mr   Williams, the art master, were con sulted, and the result I that the art rooom has a maximum of natural light that is possible. Mr" Garson told the "Ensign' repre nentatve that the school Advisory board had decided to devote money on what will be...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

omoIi-? ounI...l......i au Lnnlinm tiiu I?Ii |?|lDi I .iiu n lll£Di 21 iiq["nni lllllllll2 l*n21 llll , 0 lUlllmnl5 mll5ln3 l oinoIasiIuas, aua sin The Progressive Firm of SA. Terrett & Co S Occupying over half an acre of space, the firm of J. A. Terrett and Co., carry on t' he industry of wedding art to the building' trade. The joinery works is a revelation, for as the young Australian in charge proudly Stold me, "we make everything that goes into a house." "Wooden spoons," we inquired S; to which he said, "yes, everythin " and after being shown round the works,: the '/Ensign" agrees with him.' . ' . Some of the Staff. The works seem nothing but machines, for instance the chain morticer and hollow chisel, the spindle moulding machine, the buzzer or jointer, to mention a few of the unusual ones. The "Ensign" representative watched all these machines in operation, and we certainly did, not think that it was possible to cut out holes in wood with a chain. Australian machines f...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW LIGHT SYSTEM IN BENALLA BUILDING CENTRAL ARCADE PRESENTS UNUSUAL FEATURES. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

NEW LIGHT SYSTEM IN BENALLA BUILDING CENTRAL ARCADE PRESENTS UNUSUAL FEATURES. THE? recently built Central Arcade; situated in Bridge Street, has many novel features. Absolutely modern in every de jail, it is unique in Victorian * towns, for not one of the pro vincial citits can boast of a simi lar building. ' Right In tho heart of Bonalia. Its Modern appearanceo tones, up the street, and gilves it an appearance of progressiveness 'and: prosperity; it Is flnlshed. In honey :.colored tanoestry tiles relieved with black-tho bricks at the .top of. the building' are also light. coloroed. The window .frames of thou shops areo madeof stainless steel, annd glazed :witl pollshed plate; and the, glass on the 'Bridge 'Street frontage have been ngenldusly tfitted ± :with' ,"butted joints".:which allow the throe cornered front' wlndow to present a' sho?Ing of' goods ,absolutely uninter ruptedr by angle piecesothus a : three cornered window' appears fromn a' dis tancoe to be. In no.pneplan. p ST...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

BENALLA SHIRE : COUNCIL' MONTHLY MEETING; T?HE monthly meeting of the Ben .alia Shire Council ' was held on~' Monday last wheh there was, a full attendance of councillors - with tho: exception of Cr, James, who is holl Correspondence. From Mr J. McEwen, Minister: for the Interior;} acknowledging recoipt of'plan'iand letter re the "construe lion of roads adjacent to the oBenalla Laiding .Ground. The Works . Dlrec tor for. Victoria has been asked to furnish a report on this matter and the Council 'will 'be advised 'as soon as 1 possible.-Recelved. From' secretary , Country Roads Board, advising that owing to the ill-health (and death) of the 'Chair 'man of the Board, no time can yet bo fixed for the proposed inspection in the North Eastern 'district,' but it will be done as soon as possible. The- Board does not anticipate that there will ' he' sufiucient time `for n? visit to Benalla; but another appoint'. m?nt will ,le made as, soon as.pos siblo.-Received. ; From the members and staf...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Alleged Sheep Stealing at Swanpool DROVER PLEADS GUILTY [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

Alleged Sheep Stealing at Swanpool DROVER PLEADS GUILTY John William Mark, drover. of Echuca, pleaded guilty at the Benalla court on Monday ý·j t to a charge of stealing one lamb, valued at 25/, the property of William James Dennis, of Swan-? ?` ; : pool. He was committed for trial next month at ? Wangra5tta: :Sergeant Kennedy conducted the Crown case, and the bench was- oc cupied by Messrs J. Sorpoll and O. Nason, J's.P. William -James Dennis,. farmer,'of Swanpool, doposed:--On theo morning of the flth February I had a lamb on my. property:in" a paddock adjoining' the Maanflleld road. I saw It there at about 10 o'clock, in the morning. At nabout 11 a.m. on Friday, 11th, I went to the paddock and '"the' lamb was missing, 'I went over to a camp about 6 chnains from the paddock. I searched the ashes nond . found chop bones Iurnt and. partly, burnt; partly covered over."' I found tho acontents of the stomach which' huid?bcon.cov-. ored over with dry leaves and' rub. -blsh. I reported t...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

0· I {I You it A., AT A(,,ýIIL :i:' NEW FORD ..Ford 10 :Sports Tourer SANOTHER ACHIEVEMENT FOR FORD :lPetrol Consumption 30 to 40 M.P.G. Wheel Bise ? 94 ins. Spring Base: . . ... . 102 ins. Silent Changing, Effortless Driving, Roomy Seats, Extra Large iLuggage Compartments. AS DEPENDABLE AS EVER. SSYDFORDI MOTORS BRIDGE STREET, B i . ENALLA A Sale Sa. le ::" _ ' CENTRE ARCADE. SEE?CENTRE PAGE :d' Saturday and Monday The Long Run Picture from Melbourne. GARY COOPER AND GEORGE RAFT in "SOULS AT SEA" Thrills, Romance, Spectacle. Box Plan Now Open. Don't Miss This ! Not Suitable for General Exhibition. nnlmI m In a mi mn---lnm?=l--a--nu-n EIA~I LY Amrerlica, Er gland, In rurly Vlctorlon tIIrPo, rand r1L iirr, t. Hen1; tlio captaina of tlhe ('1111 HoIle 4 Jrrllelntor of whono Ilfe ol1ir1, in 111001 rItrrgltglilrr 1111I11l of pO eollnto thoe Ien, 111 HhnllIrI dri own thIatI. Itnfrn ca, live-, yrct HeCrvice-4nl1vc oyrl1Ictcott0H VCernrH HIv r aIrrIHitiOlIo(tr. 1111l thor, aL r'ir1lnrmniid,...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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BENALLA, the key town to the North-East of Victoria, has shown more progress during the last five years, than in any other period of its history. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

~ 1 E d d · t the key town to the North-East of Victoria, has shown more progress during the last five ~ J j f'years, than in any other period .of its hi. . .'story'I . A fewv years ago, 7acres of -bush land, rows of vacant allotments met the eye. To.day this is changed, for modern shops, buildings and houses grace the once empty spaces. Where once drab tumbledown shanties or shops and fencing posts stood silent sentinel to an outback' town, hnow proudly stand re-modelled or newly- built business houses that are comparable with any in the most up-to-date town in Victoria. Why this expansion and fever of building activity in Benalla ? Geographically, Benalla is the centre of the North-East, so population natur- a r ally gravitates towards it., The climate is ideal-no great extremes, while pleasant bush surrounds it. It is on the main highway, within easy dis tance of the capital city, with a satisfying train and transport service; the modern car with its complement; the great Hume Hi...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Attractive Home in Barkly Street. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

Attractive Home in Barkly Street. Tl 'lE resldeonce of Afr t-uf In Ilarlely Street Is an example of mnking '!lest iuse of the spaco aLvalable. " housee extendst ngerly the full * ':th of the block. MAr lufo deslgned t' i'houlee, grouping the rooms to r 'her, forming ia resldence the acme r: comlpctness. The =building Is e' strlucted of expanded metal, which In new to Ironalla. 'elng more: cm .' nt nd economicale than brick, ex t mely rigid, being, composed of Pl-el and concrete. Tlho hall and loungo can' e comn l:':-ed which makes L normally sniall lounge a large one. The coiling of the lounge is constructed of heavy beams that are shown giving a Tudor Lappearance with the white plaster striated across with AMoun tain Ash;.. Theo. grago also has modern Eng lish features, there being access from it directly Into the house, forming part of the main building. air Strachan was the builder, and ir I-ut is to hbe congratulated on a cosy modern house with more than the usual all modern con...

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Children's Emporium [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938

Children's Empoirium THE way tid most - women's Shearts is "'through?' hildren. * "The Jack and Jill" shop in Ben. alia is a rsealchildren's shop. So fresh. and charming " With a chrome yellow and 'a ?-. French ,.blue color scheme that includes soni: curl ous ducks .who seem- to 'hoe 'con stantly expecting something to hap pen-the sort of.shop one expects to find in' the, city. - " - Little miniature suites of ' furnt ture to please !fortunate? little glirls, and a revival. of many. years ago; musical toys; 'delightful teddy hears, that play' sweet tunes when cuddled, the sort of bear-, that.- Christopher Rolbin must-haveo had, because I am sure these. musical teddys would ob jsct to being !called Just a teddy bear. Misr Bell Macintosh Interrupted her work 'toi. tell, men that 'the whole of the shop,? already delightfully decor ated,.'was soon to be:done.again, this time 'with large mural decorations of fairy tales. '-Benalla' mothers, said Bell Macli tosh,': were most' partlcular i...

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