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FREE—A CAMERA [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938

FREE-A CAMERA .. gISEWHERE In thin issue is an advertisement of Mr Victor. ay: the corner chemist. He is offering 'a smart little camera free to the'one -that sends in the beat snap to him during the next month.. To "those who wish to take good pictures here Is a, hint. Most amateurs under expose their films. To overcome this,. one way is to ask for super sensitive film, that is much faster in, the morlings than in' the afternoons. 'Everiyne who wants to take pictures should thoroughly understand 'their :camera,. no matter how Inexpensive it, may be. Ask your chemist or a pro fessialonal photographer h'ow it works -they will gladly. tell you.

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EASTER TELEGRAMS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938

.:EASTER TELEGRAMS HJI introducttion, o the "speclal occaalon"r telegram : forms has rbean an inteireiting. feature of the recentLadvance in: telegraph com munication. -.At the .Easter, perlod the brightly. colored and approprately delsigned ]Enter Creoting. Telegram Is made available by the post omffice for the conveyance of greetings: and Eneter messages. To ensured the delivery ofi a mee sagd on.the special form, the word:: "Easter OGreetlng"" should be Inser ted lust prior to the address when lodging a telegranm In the ordinary way. Telephone subscribers may call "Telegrams" and . dictate the message, 'intimating thit the special service Ic desired. No extra charge In made for the use of tihe ornamental stationery nor Is thlere,, any charge 'for the Indicator. words. 'Thie special facility will Ibe avail able from 11 t to 19th Acpril, 10938, both days Incluelve. • :

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
YEAR'S WHEAT CROP [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938

TiL!b WftItM CUwP -7 In the U.S.A., t Is claimed that the ext year's wheat crop can be qa trately foretold In the precedln itumn. So accurate have the, for-e ate been, that the U.S.A. Govern ent will* not advance money for ed. it the soil does not answer to eteest. Thfe.tesa Is, to bore with a II auger into the ground .durlng utumn, and It the .ub-soll does not how evidence of moisture at two at, the tolowing year'* rop wl. t" f'at, ..

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POPULAR TENNIS PLAYER FAREWELLED SEND-OFF TO MISS SHEILA McMAHON [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938

POPULAR TENNIS PLAYER FAREWELLED SEND OFF TO MISS SHEILA McMAHON `Prior to rher rmnrfrag to !Ltri ;Ciom "Cavanagh;::whchi takesplaco oinSat iurday next; Mis Shoila MoMahon was givn a fareowell vdoning by members of ESt. Jo oph's Tennis Club on Friday;' -- evening`:. ,,;, lost., 'Tho function 'took pioc ' a 'thiO' honorof her _parents, -Mr onnd Mrs sfW 'o Mahon,'In Carilrr ,street~ ;r;;;A: ý": "..{ Upwards of thirty. nemocrsw o present, and a" pleasant eVonnlg O. spont ,Expreslons of. regrsatls ing; a valued .minbem r of-,'atliotcii ub were voiced by Mr 'FT IAneo the 50O, rotary,: andM; MemorsJ. Oinnivan? V., :Nolan and O. Leahy timomber- of? the B" "gradeo tea;: of :which Shella was Onn behalf of: thos? present: Mr,_ Lane cake idish aind a cae of llver cake spoons, 'nndi wished i or every ii iaho itn `thorn. all for their hind: remarks and treanured gifts. +tasty suppor;e was wa a sered by the

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Engineer's Report [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938

Engineer's Report TIHIL Shire Engineer, Mr Fawckner, reported- at'Monday's meeting of the Council as follows, the report be ing received except' where otherwise specified: Devenish Riding. Boundary Road, Boxwood.-Work on this road has been commenced and is proceeding fairly satisfactorily. The very dry conditions are making satisfactory working very dimcult. Repaires to bridge at Trewin's are practically complete.. On stripping the deck It was found necessary to replace five stringers altogether, in stead of only one an anticipated. The repair work carried out, however,' should give , the bridge a firthoer utseful 'life of some years. It. is also hoped to' have repairs to the 'bridge' on" Stockyard Creek, near Pearson's, carried "out in the: next week. or two. --Left in the' hands of thie englneer.'. Mokoan Riding : ,? Moroney's. Bridge--The re decking of portion of thisi bridge i's in pro gress :andithlis' work' together with the replacing of the' handrails should bp' completed nex...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A UNIVERSAL FOOD [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938

A UNIVERSAL FOOD BACONle Is the stoaple food -of th6 American tamer, tho Gorman peaonant, and le the Engllshman'o Breakfast food: It 'l the only form ofmeat allowed-l In two: famous dletry systems as the value Is In the fat Dvery resident In Benalla should demand local products The Deven Ish Bacon Iactory, established foril50 years, produces some: of the beet bacon In the State. Not only is bacon an economical food In summer because of Its keep Ing quallties, but It Is the' Ideal win ter fooud '

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Austin Eight [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938

The Austin Sight f?Mr. M .Leahy, local a..ent. fee the famous Austin .Cars,' pointe+.' out, lome ofe the fiature o[f the='. ' 1938 n6d.l: a':folloew.-' :The 'engine of' the' eight. is a'noew annd inodern"'de?sign. ,The four cylin ders and crankcase are one casting with deoachable head and ;sump. The counterbalanced cranmkshaftJ Is robust and Is- carried in threo: ibl-motal ')caririgs whlohlare lubricated a:t full. pressure by. a gear-type'pump.; The unit is cicmpletely, i nsulated from the chassis by resillient rubber` mountings at three points, itwo :for ward: and one; rear.' i The: Inclined valves areoon.the :near slde and the pistons :aro, of anodised low oexp an slon 'aluminium alloy. I:?,d is. fed from aI rear, tnk .by mechanical pump to .the-', carburettor , and:Lan. electilc fuel.' gauge lai provi ded.; The Eight has 'a .down-draft. carburettor =with .an iitako -silencer and air cleaner.; Capacity; 6'gallons. Cooling is by film type radiator, onr thlle thermosyphon princilple...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Great Organisation FOUNDATION LAID IN 1903 Result of Fishing Excursion Talk Membership Now 36,000. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938

A- Grea ..Organisation FOUNDATION LAID IN 1903 Result of Fishing Excursion, Talki Membership Now 36,000. FYROM, a, casual conversation by . thr.eo motorists on a fishing ex curilon:,moro. than thirty-four years ago to,.a growth of membership which Justifles a £250,000 rebuildlng proposition is a record for an organi satlonhard to beat anywhere. But it Is .the record of the Royal Automo bile Club-of .Victoria. Late in 1003 Messrs Harry James (now . of the Dunlop Perdrlau Company), Jan., 0. Coleman and the late Syd. Day,. well known as "tho printer," .woroe. at, Tooradln, the flshing resort at-.Wen ternport,. when: they;:. originated t-;ho idea of forming a club for motorists. It soon took shape and at an enthusl astlo meeting at the Port Phillip Club Hotel, attended by ';S6 citizens, tho. Royal :Autonmoblel':'Club of' Victori;l was born. .At the end of LItsA lrt year it hadl12'2nmombe;Rsnr'ore than that. number, are now being , added each' 'week, ;and ;thfe 'total' memborship liasn I...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW HOT WATER SYSTEM [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938

NEW HOT WATER SYSTEM The "E'lngn'.- representative wa Invited to anee the J,L,3. Hot Water iHy'tenL in operation. It was very nurprisngly/* elmclint. In five or mix minutes the waiter was.L scaldilng hot and as the dimrensiion of the furnaace measure about two feet. by one foot nix Inches, and wood only was used Its fuel, it can be gathered that very little fuel. was- c led. It ap pears to be very simple In conhtruc tlon, perhallp will that simplilcty that coneonis long and patient thought. A hot water system to day in nothing very startling, but when It In considered that the J.I..B. System can be litted with no trouble what-so-ever to any type of houne, without costly alterations to that house, It Is realslled that there i? a great future for this hot water sys teLm. We woull aity that Mr. ilennlson is too modest In his claims- for the J.L..IU,. andt It requires little Imagina 1ion to reallse that Mr. lennison Is in ,the procesn of, what will become, it majotr Industry in the Nort...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Water—The Life-Blood of the Nation. Serious Position Faces Benalla & District Residents Ryan's Creek Scheme the Only Solution. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938

Wate The Life-Blood of the Nation. ;# , alaterlluatinga nminmalnnn nimuggmaIl hduununIWWlImanWlannnunmmamlamimanbwuuhalm um Serious Position Faces Benalla & District Residents R.rj Cree Schem the ly Solutuun. y s CreekIIchtlMM etheIIOIIyIIIIIISolunII.II ý,ý ` e t ·~.r~·i':4·Ryan's Creek Scheme the .O oltin 411 iiý 'J , St. Jame? Town W.ter Supply Basin Nearly Empty Austraia's plioneers struggled with untold difmculties. They prepared for us an easier' path," but grave mls takes were made which are now very evident. :Settlement on water shed and .forest' areas without a far sighted control policy was a grave error. Nationally we are slowly reallsing our responsibility to rem'edy the blunders of the past In this respect, but; too much we are satisfied to '!leave ,itto. the Government.' Really the individual must take some res ponsibility 'to understand and act for the common good... W?ater supply aind stream control go together, so ret us view, the water courses north and sout...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Benalla Gun and Clay Bird Clubs THEIR ACTIVITIES DURING RECENT YEARS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938

Benalla Gun and Clay Bird Clubs 7 A THEIR ACTIVITIES DURING RECENT YEARS: ______ - Y 'J 1 2 For many years past the sport of trap shooting has been, ' popular at Benalla, and the Benalla Gun Club has been in .. . existence for some 40 years or more. Towards the end of 1930 the sport waned, but in 1936 with the formation of ` the Benalla Clay Bird Club, trap shooting again became - very popular, and in 1937 the Benalla Gun Club was re- ' s . 'L -formed and re-constituted, with the result that there are two . of the most progressive clubs i in the State.. It has been S through the efforts of executive members of both clubs that ? .? . some of the most important events have been staged in Benalla. t., t 'z f a, S ,MEMBERS OF BENALLA GUN CLUB. ;"N : From Left to Right-P. Clancy, M. Evans, L. Feldtmann, D. Toner, Mal. Ryan (President), W. Carthew (u., ?:?r rotary), E. Menhennitt, J. Burrows. In Front.-Mast.r Rodnev. Ryan. the lu' m.b t.b's ..The-. Benalla Gun Club's fin grounds which are...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BENALLA GOLF CLUB NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938

BENALLA GOLF CLUB.?: NOTES SHE itlrst 'comilttie' nieetling' for thi. season as hiteld on Thursday oveonlhng,7th Apil. . ,CO=OPERATION OF 'ASSOCIATES. A?,;the" invitation ofi the: presldent. :(h?trf' A;. Ni; Orubb), Mrs" OliveOr (eec :rotary) anti) Miss M. 0$ Sli°. (,ctIJV,. tahili)~, of:ý the.,acsoolato' ;were lpirOsent" in declaciing the' meoting epen;t tiea ;Iroesldhit `coxproRaeds"' "his` his thanks '.to member's: generally for' his electtio to oflice;' which. took place during his ahbsncen tin holidays.` He felt sure' that with :thi help of the committeo .which", was alwa'ys so cheerfully: given, tile club could lookl forward to It plaiurnble'year, anud assured mom hers that he would do his utmost to bring this about. In Introducing: the rrpriaesentatlves of. the: associates,' lhe stated he had taken the liberty of inviting -thenm to the meeting with iho, Ibject of promoting, more "of .the. social anenl ties of .the .gahe. than had'l been the dinso. ilL the pastL; TherO were. m...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WINNERS OF THE SHIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938

WINNERS OF THE SHIELD. The winners of the competition since.1924-25 till 1986-37, aro as fol lows:- . 1924-25.-Railways 1926.20,-Returned Soldiers 1926-27.-Benalla; 1927-2--Returned Soldiers. 192g-29.-Railways. 1929-30-Dookie College 1930-31-Goorambat. 1931.32,-FootbalIers. 1932.33-Goorambat. 1933.34-Footballere. 1934-364-Goorambat. 193-37,-Footballers.

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Mystery Still Surrounds the Water Diviner Wonderful Results Achieved in Benalla District [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938

i.Mystery Still Surrounds the 1,111 i. Water Diviner Benalla District WI-i'-.hat strange power enables a water diviner -to dis cover water. It was first used by the Druids, who used willow. To-day geologists are still sceptical of the water diviner's powers, but it is accepted in Australia that there Sare some men .who really do possess some queer facult, of - , causing sticks, copper wire, etc., to move very forcibly when' ibrought near to water. Modem science has not solved the -riddle of the water diviner, and it is still wr?aned ins mstery. ' m r. ;W.J. aruey, of Goo naibe< Siwrites to usas follows:- - i'Nenrily: 40 years ago, while.,watch '.-i'lg a dlv'ier, known as Gundy. Rob :inson 'in ':acilon .lwith al divinlng -'tlch ::I'ecanmb to -the conclusion that Iwouli ;rymiys:b out. 'VeyB soon 'I: fount 'outrihat' thoL forkedt stick woiuld iworl Yrii'??erta; ptlan'cs VYu iidf t o(latisioinov wh~etiHorih e ro hwaite oto btfou n atti:tb'Bsots Indllciitedo or' nots-. d'cidaa...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BIG CITY FIRM COMES TO BENALLA [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938

'BIG CITY FIRM COMES S TO BENALLA N?L hunidred and twenty trucks picking up and delivering car= ,pets 'and a:nything that can h'o e i aed , ua:cutomers as far away .as'n Indiia and a plano siervice to :;Ta rnna are some O the nlnteresting thinges Mrs: Padgham, Gougsi repro enttve told the "Ensign.' (lunge 0Pty. Ltd.;j the largest dry lenners in Aistralla; ; have opened a trianch' in "Bridge Street, Benalla, In :remnilees next to. rlbble's Cafe,. °"iteeitiy the entire suites o.i fair nlture from "Chevron" were d6y. "lanied, 'i'and Gouges once dry cleaned a ,mnotor car. Dry cleaning hallb from France, and was intro-,' Iutced Into' Melbourne many years "n bhy a Frenchwoman, MCiadame Gouge. To-day. owing, to the fore 'ight of the principal,-Mr. Erswell, the dry cleaning methods are more mod ern than In any part of the world.; "Ir. Erawell certainly looked ahead. No one realised that" dry cleaning, wasi an important business, but after? 50 years of experience, Mr. Erswell realises that i...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GUIDES' FAIR REALISES £33 [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938

GUIDES' FAIR REALISES £33 ' .:L _INClE tlhe Itbllcnllon of cl' report (In nollthor columin of tho l IcNue) of tic frill hold by 1.tho (lr'i fulotic on Sa~llttIrt'l yloot,, fllrlthel (lll|tlionr halvo bcen. received. |lbrieinlo;g tie '1otal, lprofit tIp o £t33/2/I. 'Ilhe tmlklnog ,flont ll vlIrIIIcH nto wOtle nIt fol low:-Sewing btill, £I11/2/iL/; Ieo:IP: C HlIII., .1/18/21: llnrbel, 14/17/101; protrlue, £:3/I"7/1: w:ahIlg, £3:I/15/11, iool drilnko 11/3/, mlfterncoon teo mnml compctitiLLc, £15/?/10 dtlonntihon.. £1.

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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1938 Ford V-8 Arrives at Benalla Larger and Two Distinct Types Introduced [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938

1938 Ford V-8 Arves at Benalla Larger and Two Distinct Types Introduced Ford Motor Company of Australia Pty. Ltd .announces the new Ford V-8 cars f`i?:or 1938. FRr the first time the Company presents two distinct lines, the De Luxe Series including the biggest Sedan yet-a real luxury Car-and the newly styled: ' Business Series--each in three body styles and both powered by the famous V-8 engine but differing entirely in appearance, body, size and price. The new ý,:: cars are on display at the showrooms of Sydford Motors, local Ford Dealers, 1Both Do Luxe and Business Series tcliars are extremely smart. In both types the elements used to nccure :yeo appahl" aro those combining Sbeauty: with utility, and this ie, un ydoubtedly, desdgn at its best. THE DE DUXE CARS ARE BIGGER Tho Do Luxo cars are bigger-the Do uIzuzo Sedan being . the biggest Ford yet built, weighe more than the 1937 Sedan, and its overall length has been Increased by '10 inches. Lines "llpw back emotohly to; the rear,...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938

PERSONAL Mrs C. McDonald (Wincholsca) is at present holidaying In Benalla with her brother and slster-in-law, Mr and Mrs Alt. Urbahans. Mr and Mrs J. F. Strachan are re celving congratulations on the birth of a daughter (Angela Mary). The engagement is announced of Mary Elizabeth, only daughter of Mr and Mrs H. P. Kelly, "Warilla," Garden ,Street, Benalla, to Bernard third eldest son of Mir and Mlrs John. Digney, Stirling, Scotland. The marriage will.take place at St. Joseph's Church, Benalla, of Sheila, daughter of Mr and Mrs W. Mac lMahon, to Clement Cavagna, of Ben dlgo on Easter Saturday afternoon.

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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The Sport of Trap and Field Shooting [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938

Te `Sport of Trap and : ield Shooting The: first and most important step along; the road to seuccess i trap or field shooting Is the p-...n?d:?.:t;.3avbl;d.ln.'crlh.is: the . choice of a gun-not so mushoi. its make , lbut.Itefitness or the'i 'work it has-1"do It ia. generalle conceded that. a good well bal Sanced gun weighind g Intho? neigh bourhood of w71&to 7h' pound ' r'ith oen barrel modified and th other;.full choke, a. the ideal gun i forl both'o trapsand field shootIng ''''Willie an ,. exort shot'may 1)0 momi incllneld to favriv ali gn with bloth ,.barrels= filli?choke there lis:thedlostii vantiage'to shnatterd gameo at cllo·ne 'di'e tances- If both baireln are too cl0e, and'; to the'iordlnairyahootor It moean inceRsniary lihandicapping onesolf by );,xporlonce 'has? taught that 1ai gauge gd o[ the abovn e elght I? the right thing for trapl or,?o?ld ashooting. luns of leon weight givoe too hiavy;a recoll even ,witth modorateiloadsr a nd onhilengputsite a man to lthe b;...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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How Benalla Lady Travels European Continent ABSORBING DESCRIPTION OF AN UNCONVENTIONAL CRUISE [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938

How Benalla Lady TraVels European Continent ABSORBING DESCRIPTIO N OF" AN UNCONVENTIONAL. CRUISE MISS Dora Straughton, a sster of Miss F. E. Straughton, of Benalla, who is at present..l vilng In. England, has contributed a 'very fine description of a Journey on.a tramp steamer round Europe. Many of us dream of the time when we' will be able to travel the world, see strange customs, strange people exotic scenery, remains of lost cities, explore the unknown, satisfy our vest curiosity; about things and people. Miss 8taughton;has.been travelling since 1929. She has a pas\ion for travelling;, as he herself- says, while she is young enough to enjoy. it. The ''Ensign" is pleased to present to our readere-An Un conventional Cruise, -Having a deliro to see as much or the world as possible'whiloe till of an ago-to enjoy it, I. was ,alway'sy reading the advrtisemnents of -'1tho sailing of ahips,, ihn tlhe hopes of. discovrling nomethling that suited my 'pocket. Ono Iday :I; saw "Unconventiona...

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