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PROPOSED BADDAGINNIE WATER SUPPLY SCHEME TO COST £1337 [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938

PROPOSED BADDAGINNIE WATER SUPPLY SCHEME TO COST £1337 A mATERD schemo for I Baddaginnie. estimated to cost f1337. was sub mitted to Monday'a Council,: meeting by tho engineer (Mr . Fahwckner). It was decided to hold it over for the present..:; ?Mr Fawcknor.;. reported, . as. fol lows:- - Centlenon,-I have Investigated the proposal for the. Installation of a water supply. system for Baddaginnie township, and. I 'iow submit the fol lowing report thercon:- .-. ..Solrces of =Supply-Theo.- proposed service of s'upply is from ' an, old quarry hole situated approximately; half a mile south of tho tdownship. This storage Is filled by the overflow from ' the adjacent creek ,during the winter months to a depth ofabhout 20 feet. There is a possibility ' that there is some. supply of underground water feeding in, but this could 'not be proved definitely except ' by pumping .out the hole. The quality of the water was tested on 27/3/33, and thilereport shows that the water is quite suitable for ...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938

BENALLA SHIRE COUNCIL . MONTHLY, MEETING. HilE "usual montlly meeting: of. the .- Benanlla Shlroe Council ,was hold on? Monday lst. Cr. T. a'B. Cook, the president, :asnin the chair, others prsent ;tiblng' Crs. C. Stolz. H.; ~an Ion. E. TVW. Bleske, J., T. Ingraim, H. II Wallace, M P; Cbiary, A. Heaney. A. Harrison, W. MacGregor, 'A. 3. Sadler. W. James., F. A. Cook. M.L.A.. P. Wlodemann and J. E. IBowdern CORRESPONDENCE. From the De jirtment of Lands and ,.Survey, asking that a report be for warded on the road between W. Mae aulay's property at Molyullah. Can ,.thls road be closed and sold to the *applicantse, M. E. and W. H. Payne. without injury to local Interests I.,, M. U. Martin, of Bungeet.-Objec tore to be advertised for. From the Department of Public Works, aclnooDoidglng receipt of letter requoenl'ng . that Part 37 of Local Goep;riiment Act 1928 be made to apply ,to the Central riding. Thl· matter .s'recellving attention. From Department of Lands " and Survey; asking wheth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938

YOU! You Were in that Crowd? Glorious Freedom of a Caravan. Use Caravan When . . lolidaying.: The above picture of a Gawley Caravan is completely fitted throughout. Beds for four persons, Wardrobe fitted with Mirror, Sink, Water Tank, Stove, Table, Bread and Meat Cupboards, Electric Light, All screwed fittings. Write or Call on Mr Gawley, for Caravans and Trailers-fitted to any car.. Prices : are very moderate. Only the finest of materials and honest-to-goodness craftmanship... CARAVANS BUILT TO YOUR SPECIFICATIONS. PRICE EX-SWANPOOL, £200.::: EASY TERMS ARRANGED. CARAVANS CAN BE HIRED. Ring Swanpool 11 for particulars. GAWLEY'S CARAVANS ...... CASH OR TERMS LET US QUOTE YOU TELL US WHAT YOU: `WANT J, P. GAWLEY, Phone Swanpool II;;: :' . ,' PSwanpool Coach and Motor Works.i';r UI I v r lýUumnn Oa neI h U IrIIIIIIII.nl ichH ?|?|?1?ials n n|?H?M?H?||? H n u u iiuisýati ?r p "0 Kl D COCK ROBIN" . APRIL 20-21 APRI . nabelTER lATin EASTURDAYER MONDAYILY "CAN DIXIE" "DAY& TUESDATH...

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Sale of Valuable River Property [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938

Sale of Valuable River Property An important sale of valuable river country will take place at the Benalla Hotel on 27th April next, when Messrs Watts Turnbull and Co. will offer 400 acres in the estate of the late Mr Charles Bamford. Further particulars may be seen in our   advertising columns.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938

WI LLIAM S. T53/9. - Blue Kid Courl S hoe with high .to:ngue, . Baby spiked heels and e amed rfront for' .17/9. (Available' aloo :' I/Qa in Black& for r'. J W9 r P54/i6.- Gue. cou.t Judicious buying enables us to offer Shoers with Spike heels, ' kid and suede tongues. boots and shoes of superior quality at available In:' Glace Kid efor a : prices far below market values. Step right into Williams the Shoemen today. There is n 73/7. - ghl 'fotted an extraordinarily large range of service Sourl shoe e tl h Babck apic able shoes to choose from during this month. brown kid. or 2 N145/7--Black Patent Court Shoe, complete with Black suede" insert and spike 9 heels. (This line can also ' ' I-be had' In ' Green.... rd a' r 15'9 H SHOES FOR MEN We announce a spec ial scoop in our amaz ing purchase and are .J53/4.--Nat Black Suede able to sell the fam Tie Shoe, calf toecaps and ous 'Sharwood Shoes trirmings. :,With'medium in black l '/ spike hel Il or - .... for . 16'9 J ' " (The same ...

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TRAGEDY AT SWANPOOL A PATHETIC CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938

TRAGEDY: AT SWAN- POOL     A PATHETIC CASE. An inquest into the death of Mrs Daisy Ann Tuckett, married   woman of Swanpool, who was found dead at her home on 4th April, with a bullet wound in her forehead, was held at the Benalla   Court House on Monday last be- fore the Deputy Coroner, Mr J. Serpell, J.P., who extended deep- est sympathy to the bereaved relatives. Jean Lilian Warnook, single woman residing at Lima South, gave evi- dence that she had been employed at deceased's home for over two months. On 4th April she had lunch with de- ceased and her son, and at about 1.50 p.m. went to Swanpool on an errand for the deceased. Deceased told her not to hurry back. Returning at 5 o'clock she heard the baby scream- ing. She tried to get in but found the doors and windows locked. She glanced through the window and saw deceased lying on her back on the   floor. The baby was near her feet. She notifiled Mrs Clarke and Mrs ...

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GUIDES RAISE £25 TOWARDS NEW HALL SUCCESSFUL FAIR AT BENALLA GARDENS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938

GUIDES RAISE £25 TO WARDS NEW HALL 'SUCCESSFUL FAIR AT BENALLA G.ARDENS Dollghtful ewvather: .wa experienced on Saturday last% .t n wh niithe ',*Bona'lli Girl Guildes hlld 1 :(a' very iBuccoisafui fair at the 'DuiuIlla Gardens, th'"?ob' Ject being to ralsof'itunds for thol'new' lhall which it is hopedito erect shortly. For sono e week.a' pasnt'tt; , e glrls have been working haird mniakin ueao' ful articles which; found' d iquick :sales, at the varlotidug;talls I whlich w.ore, doted over. the i ground undorf, the' 'shaido of tho hugs lelms. .- :';' ; The general- arrangemenita were carried out under :the supervilson' of MIrs. D. E. Blair, the , Coinmmisioneor; Mrs. t.' D.- Bakeoell," thioaGuideo cap tain; Mrs. L.:,B.', Otnon, accretnry of .the local association, and many. of the mothers of .the gulders. who gave valuable 'asslstance". -': ;-:' Among tihe vlsltorsBwans Mlsiq M. Syme,0 'tho DivisiOnhal Commlssloner from Wangtratta. Sheo was accom panied by M.lssa -Irvrig, the State Se...

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Interesting History of Buttler-Briggs Shield. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938

Interesting History of Buttler-Briggs Shield. WITH the approach of the final game for the cricket premiership of 1937-38 season, which is to be played on the Benalla Oval on Mon day next, the story of the Buttler Briggs' shield should prove of Interest to the many cricketing enthuslasts who have either taken part in or wit nessed the many games contested for its possession, as well as to the youn ger players who have grown up dur Ing its years of keen contests. The trophy which is a beautiful oaken shield, surmounted by small slilver plaques, was manufactured and don ated by Mr Fred Buttler and Mr Ber nle Briggs, both of Benalla, and proved a source of keen competition for eleven seasons: the first winners and holders being the Railways team in 1924-25 season. The number of competing teams has varied during the different seasons, and of the four teen teams now constituting the As socation, only slx- Benalla, Re turned Soldiers, Rallways., Goorambat, -addaginnle and Violet Town-playe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 15 April 1938

sumn Robinson and Monds GEO. ROBINSON, Sworn Valuator; N. A. MONDS, Auctioneer P~hone 256. AUCTIONEERS, LAND, STOCK AND FINANCIAL AGENTS CORNER BRIDGE AND CARRIER STREETS, BENALLA PHONES: Office 289; 'After Hours, R. W. Monds 176, G. Robinson ?44 AUCTION & CLEARING SALES CONDUCTED IN ALL DISTRICTS SALES FIXTURES: Tuesday, 12th April.--Stock Sale at. Benalla. Tuesday, April 5.-Clearing Sale a/c Mr? W. 3. Dowd, Boho South, We have an attractive list of Township and Country Propertles, also Stock for Private Sale. Clients requiring. Stock shoulS communicate with us, and can rely on our personal attention to their nceds. Live Stock Trucks 'secured for Newmarket. LOANS ARRANGED. All business transacted by principals, -and strictly confidential. Lowest Rates of Interest. .: AqENTB for RUDDUCK & CO. PTY. LTD., :famous Vaccines;. Stock, Medicines, Instruments, -Licke, . Drenches, eto. ,Full suppliesl always on hand. AGENTS for Younghusband Limited; Atlas Insurance Company. A...

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CHANGES IN BRIDGE STREET MODERN SHOP FOR COCHINEAS. Interesting Discoveries When Demolishing Old Building. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 April 1938

CHANGES 'IN BRIDGE. · STRIEE` MODERN 8HOP..FOR COCHINEAS. Interesting Discove ' When Demol. Ishing Old Building. .A DMODERN shop la being built for Mr Cochlneas in Bridge Street, by Mr George McCartney, of Purcell Street, Benalla. The site of the new store is where 'the old Vineyard Hotel..once stood. The foundations of the hotel were made of corbels, said Mr McCartney, a far cry from the modern concrete foundations. No less than sixteen thicknesses of wall papers of various hues and do: signs were on the walls and 'under neath this was an old Melbourne newspaper advertising an hotel for sale in Elizabeth Street for £185, with proved takings of £25 a week. Money could buy a great deal in thoso days. An Interesting feature of the build Ing was that on the side of Williams' the Shoeman, 'a wall first'had to be built to shpport the roof before the old wall could be pulled down. NEW TYPE OF VERANDAH.,; The new shop vwill have an entirely new type of verandah-not the can tilever type, bu...

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LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 April 1938

LOCAL & GENERAL M.U.I.O.O.F.-On Wednesday even ing after. Lodge 'a social will be held in the Lodge room All members and their lady friends are cordially In vited, and a pleasant evening is as sured. Ladies are requested to bring a basket. .HELD OVER.--Owing to pressure on our space, we have been compelled to hold over a number of items, in cluding addresses of "Finance" and "Facing the Real Problem" which were delivered at Benalla during the week by Mr Adams, secretary of the Sound Finance League of Aus tralia. They will.appear in next Issue. INCREASE IN RAILWAY TRAF FIC.--Passenger revenue at the Ben alia railway station during the Eas ter holidays showed a large increase over the holiday tramc at Christmas. For the four days the sum of £312 10/3 was expended in fares. NEW AERODROME-Work Is go ing ahead rapidly on the new aero drome. and the light, etc., is nearing completion. It is expected that it will 'be complete in a few weeks' time. The lighting system will be second...

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Herd Testing SWANPOOL ASSOCIATION REPORT FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH. Leading Herds. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 April 1938

:Herd .Testing : SWANPOOL AS30CIATION REPORT FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH. Leading Herds. T. S. Powell .'. .. 9 25.10 5.5 1.56 H.,H.H Wallace .. 15 23.0 5.7.1.55 0. Dunlop .. .. 84 21.0 5.1 1.18 ': ` PR. Heaney, .... 25 18.8 5.06 1.11 8.".J. Evans .... 11 10.2 '5.15 .95 . '. H. Baines .. ... 4 20.2 4.40 .95 '.H: W. Lester .. 56 20.4 4.14 .91 'Bet Matured Cows. OG. Dunlop's Linda 2nd 39 5.2 2.01 H. Wallace's Heather Belle .. .. .... .. .5 5.2 1.85 H.:: Lester's Fuecla .. 44.5 0.8 1.69 rH Wallace's Romany Lass .... ...... 27 6.0 1.62 A. &T. James' Smut .. .. 25 6.1 1.52 'H. Lester's Vera .. .. 35 4.2 1.47 Beet Three Year Olds. 9T .S.Powell's W. Star brght . ..... 23.5 6.6 1.55 T' S:.rPiowell's W. Ana r a;'" rlovna .. .. .. .. 24 6.2 1.40 Dunlop's. Bluebell 28.5 4.3 1.37 _I4fl Wallace's+ Dust .. 20:5 6.6 1.35 Wallaoe'sa Gem .. .. 22.5 6.0 1.35 S.r;i-,lst .enlor Two Year Old.. JT? . Powell's Manse . 24 6.4 1.54 ..'?9.well5's Mont Mer >. .ld . .. ..r 27 5.11.38 CH.Lester','Du Martha...

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SEMI-FINAL GAMES BADDAGINNIE DEFEATS DIGGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 April 1938

SEMI-FINAL GAMES S ADDAGINNIE DEFEATS DIGGERS. These two teams met on the Frlendly Societles' Reserve on Satur day last, in most, unpleasant condl .(lons. Clouds of dust whirled across the ground, and play was repeatedly held up, the visibility being very poor right through the match. The condi 'tion of the wicket and the matting, ioth 'of which were rather badly ,worn, added nothing to the pleasuse of the contesting teams. Surely when teams reach the final stages of the competition better arrangements might be made In respect to the pre paration of a suitable wicket with matting in first-class condition. Dig gers won the toss and batted first, Don McKenzie and C. Volk opening to Lloyd Robinson, who sent down some very fast balls, which often 'cocked up very awkwardly. Don was shaping well until after scoring 12, and with the score at 19, he put his leg Ir front to a ball from Robinson ?nd was out l.b.w. Stan Mars-and Carl Volk took the score. to 38, each missing splendid opportunlt...

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BADDAGINNIE v. FOOTBALLERS. AN EXCITING FINISH. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 April 1938

BADDAGINNIE v.' FOOTBALLER S.? : AN'. EXCITING FINISH. Soldom, has, there been seen. such interest. taken, in a' cricket match for imany years nas' 'that displayed-on Friday list whon ./ Footlbaliors"r met Baddaginnlo on. the 'Friendly'- Socle; ties'. Reserve. A big -following hadr cometalong with tle"' visitors. - and word got riund to' tlieo-:other grounds of the; interesting. position' to which the `game was developing, and before the end'of the game much' enthuslism was displayed by several hundred onlookers. "'The. Baddaginnlo side, though a little fortunate right at the ,endof. their" innings, certainly deser ved. their success, and were the re clplents of many congratulations on their win, which thus took them in for'inclusion in the final four for the first time. They required 11 runs to win with 2 wickets to fall, and later when the last' man, Franks, came in 6 runs were still wanted. Every run was cheered, and when Stan Robin 'son drove Col. Crimmins to' the fence the chee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 April 1938

GEO. DIGGLE FUNERAL DIRECTOR, BRIDGE AND SMYTHE STREETS., BENALLA. (Head Omce for the North-Eastern District) Under management of Mr N. Todd. asiated. by Mr Percy Clancy. PHONE:--Benasll 819. We prepared toe coniduct Funerald at the .most reason. able prices, having every closs of casket in stock. Hearse and Coaches on the premises. By manufacturing our own goods and having an organi sation covering the State, we are in a position to quote lower than any other firm. Funerals arranged from Anywhere to AnywhIere. Cremations Arranged. Our Motto : o::. onomy. S)?nlty. Sympathy" MULIOURNN3I OWFICIE AND THE MAN ON THE LAND *: * *.. . M ~. __ THE MAN ON THE LAND b to the' extent of hundreds of thousands of pounds annually through the enterprise of the Canton & United Breweries Ltd. Enormous quantities .,-!:? 4 of Australia's highest quality Primary Products are purchased every year-more than 700,OO?".i!? l:i "u bs. of Hops, the sugar produced on thousands of acres of Cane Lands, th...

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BENALLA v. GOORAMBAT. Goorambat Wins on First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 April 1938

SENALLA v. GOORAMSAT. OGorambat Wins on First Innings,. Winning, the toss, Goorambat'bat ted first, T. and L. Trewin opening to the bowling of- H. Cleary and" C. Robertson. .L Trewln had only made 3 when 'he was bowled by Robertson. the first wicket falling at 11. Harry Park joined Tom Trewln whose next: seven scoring shots produced 6 fours and a 'single. Harry had only madoe 4, and the total was 49 when ho was caught by K. Turnor off Ted: Cleary.' Tom's sparkling Innings came to a close when he had scored 46 'out of a total of 55, and he had'reached the boundary 8 times. K. Flood 1, and J. A. Cooke 5, were quickly disposed of and with the score at 66 Dave 'Pit tendrigh joined Percy'. Treiln and these two added 56 to theiototal, which reached 122 when Dave was bowled by Robertson for a finb'e inn ings of 35, including .5 fours.' Fouir 'runs 'later 'Perc was well caught by Voal Sheppard for 23;' in whlch 'was, a fine'hit for six off Ted Cleary. Jack Cleary was bowlling well; and ita ...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 April 1938

PERSONAL Mrs P. C. Dalnton, of Pine Lodge,. is holldaying with her 'daughter-. Mrs R. Rumpff, of Benalla.. Mr P. .. Markham formerly man aging editor of the Wangaratts, "Chronicle," has bought the King Island "News' from Mr T. H. Mon ger,, who will take over the Mount. Barker (S.A.) "Courier." * ' Mr and Mrs Jack Heuston:, (ast' Kew) were the guests of Mr and Mrs; Bid Hyde for the Easter holiday.. Mr R. W. Plaisted and family (Toorak) spent the Easter holidays with Mr. and Mrs C.. Robertsfn of Tatong. - *a Dr. Rawson, who has been practis Ing his profession in Euroa for some years, has now disposed of it to Dr. Waterhouse of Bright and his- wife (who is also a doctor), who will take possession in a few weeks' time. During Dr. and Mrs Rawson's real dence in Euroa they have proved wonderfully good citizens. The doc tor has "put his weight" intoe every movement for the advancement of Euroa, taking a most active part, not only In sport, but in'all movements for advancement. He has fille...

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CONCLUSION OF TENTH ROUND FRIENDLY SOCIETIES LEADERS WITH 26 POINTS. FRIENDLY SOCIETIES v. VIOLET TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 April 1938

`CONCLUSION OF TENTH . ROUND FRIENDLY SOCIETIES LEADERS WITH 26 POINTS. FRIENDLY SOCIETIES v. VIOLET TOWNI Violet Tdvn' visited the Friendlles with a very, poor batting side, only 6 of their regular players being in the toam', and finding the' Friendlies in good batting and bowling form, were defeated very easily by 227. Friend lies opened well, McNamara and Rumpff taking the score to 64 for the first wicket. McNamara's 41 in cluded '2' sxers and 6 fours, and R. Rumptf hit I tours in his 25. W. Saunders scored a six and two fours in making 20, and Ken Thewils hit merrily for 22 'not out with 4 tours. Alan Andrews did not bowl as well as usual In taking 4 wickets for 1,. and Geoff. Peaccock, who held four fine catches, also claimed 4 wickets at a cost of 38 runs. Jack Byrnes and Bill Roberts bowled very well In tak ing 6 for 30 and 4 for.24 and with the exception of G. Peacock 28 and R. Carse 21, none of the batsmen could do anything with their dellv eries, and .theo' side was out fo...

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GOLDEN VALE ASSOCIATES [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 April 1938

GOLDEN VALE ASSOCIATES The annual meeting of the Golden Yale Associates will be' held at the Memorial Hall on Wednesday even 'ing next at 8 p.m. All members and Intending members are t'aked :t" -?te ? • ' . .

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The Astor Radio THE NEW 1938 MODELS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 22 April 1938

The Astor Radio -THE NEW. 1938' MODELS8 Mr. H." Simon, of Bridge stret, who is :the.; soloe authorised distributor. of Astor Radlo. for Bonalla;. should be proud otl his performance, for" every second hoine In tho,dlitrict boasts of the 'Astor.` New Features of the 1938 Model The .new 1938 model Astors In corporate.. features that make them the Ideal'radios for country use. For homes without electric supply. there is'a complete range of.popular "batteryless" receivers, These are designed as an all electric receiver, powered from a 6 volt accumulator In place of the usual AC electric mains. Thoe t0ne is: comparable with. the finest. AC Teceivers, yet the operating economy is so outstanding that .the accumulator will last fromn four to five weeks normal usage without re charge. These Astor models are available in the new, type moulded bakelite mantle cabinets which are so dis tinctive .in appearance and can be played anywhere-on the. verandah, in the sitting room;or at the camp when f...

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