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TENNIS BENALLA AND DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. Grand Final "B" Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 April 1938
TENNIS BENALLA AND DISTRICT ASSO CIATION. Grand Final "B" Grade. Yin Barun v.Winton on St. Joseph's courts, play to commence at 1.80 p.m. sharp. Williams' Cup--"B" Grade Final. St. Josepha v. Friendly Societies on Rallways courts; in the event of wet weather, Friendly Societies courte. Play to commence at 1.30 p.m.. sharp. The presentation of the cups to the respective winners will be made by Cr. F. A. Cook M.L.A., at St. Joseph's courts immediately after the grand fnal Is finished, and the winners of each section are asked to have a re presentative present to receive their cup.
WIRE-NETTING ACROSS ROADWAY ACTION FOR DAMAGES. VERDICT AGAINST DROVER OWNER OF SHEEP NOT LIABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 April 1938
WIRE-NETTING ACROSS .',lr.:-,',.aOGTION FOR DAMAGES. "' .VERDICT AGAINST DROVER ,;.OJWNER OF SHEEP NOT LIABLE. SOn, 23rl. November,, Patrick' ,J..s;eph Reni, laborer ofGeorambat .East, ustainid injuries when 'he . .iolld dwith,.wire-netting' which hd: be?d ,n placed across the Ben- ' 'ill-Thoona road to camp sheep S. for the night. At the Benalfa! CTunty ".Court reiterday before? ? His Holior, Judge Magennis, Ren,' sai; 1. Nelson .the owner. of the ' p,' and'H..C. Clynoethedrover ' fc''K'j'damigei. Mr IR. Monaban (Instructed by r SMal. Ryan,of Benalla) appeared for'. plailntiff, and defendant. Nelson',. was' defended by Mr Smlthers (instructed ,by Mesers Tatchell, Dunloy, Smalley. and Bulsmer., of Bendlgo). Dr. W. N. Davies gave evidence t: that he .examined Renl: who "had an .-opep wound .1tI Inches ':long- on hbls nose the nasal bone was Injured and',. . he. removed several . small,- pieces of:, bone. His, face and knee were also injured. . To His Honor-The scar shown on5 the" nos...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 April 1938
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BENALLA GENERAL SESSIONS LARCENY OF MINING MATERIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 April 1938
BENALLA GENERAL SESSIONS. !LARCENY OF MINING. MATERIAL. PtheBoenallia.Gneral Seessios'on;i Wednesday,:y beforo ia HIs's Honor,'. i! dge Magennis, Percy. Janmes lamll-. , to:. n;of Alexandra, ipleaded o 'guilty to: t:' he ' a itoacn oy:Ifa qunaitity oif rniSiing .? atdterial cat Ten.dlc, on? 23rdsf arch-,!ý z "HsHonor ordered that. he be ae inedin a refornmatiory prison during ;he'Governor' pleasuroe'. %'.: " '. GUILTY ON RECEIVING CHARGES?c w. James' .ytlnoy'.*Tiaompuon, of Mur,,;, ehison pleaded not guilty to a chlarge . of the' larceny of bicycle ' and alt'er nativelysvith recoivinbg, and al''lto a hi~ arge of thio larceny o iwlnkers and ý harne and alteratively :with ro 'H,.,.r."'; % .) fo v"ro wa rpresented by; Mhr Rohatnt,. :;.;o.hn then receiling counts, and :,accuoed was ,released;on a hbog :o £20':; s'-to I:beof good iaehavior for three yiears'" anl to abstain from intoxicating SACQUITTED ON TWO CHARGES 3John Henry Eden was charged withl the ilarceny, at Wangaratta of a coo ...
ANZAC DAY IMPRESSIVE SERVICE AT BENALLA DISTRICT CENTRES HOLD FITTING CEREMONIES [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 April 1938
ANZAC DAY IMPRESSIVE SERVICE AT BENALLA DISTRICT CENTRES HOLD FITTING CEREMONIES Impressive services to commemorate Anzac Day were held throughout the State on Monday last. Benalla' ceremony which was hold with Its customary pomp was largely attended, despite the unpleasant weather conditions which prevailed throughout the morn Ing. Celebrations were also held at Swanpool and Warrenbayne the same day, and were largely attended. Upwards of 80 returned men for med up at the Avenue of Honor, these including a detachment from the 8th Ligh. HIorse under Lieut. C. H. Nason, the 17th Armoured Car Regl ment, In charge of Lieut. A. V. Pal mer, the 68th Battalion. under Cor poral Chilvers. The Boy Scouts and Cubs followed led by Scoutmaster G. Oliver, and Cubmaster D. Henry. The procession was headed by Mr Frank Young. On arrival at the Shire Hlall, the returned men passed through a guard of honor, comprising the Girl Guides and Brownies under Mrs I. D. Bakewell, and the Scouts .and Cubs. The...
MR D. W. HEANEY'S CHAMPIONS GREYGOWN AND PLEASURE AT SYDNEY SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 April 1938
MR D. W. HEANEY'S CHAMPIONS GREYGOWN AND PLEASURE AT SYDNEY SHOW. MR. D. W. IIEANEY has added to his list of successes by gaining further awards at the Sydney Show with his two chariplon hunters, Grey gown and Pleasure. He secured eleven prizes in the hunting section, including three special, prizes awar ded to Greigown in the riding events over fences. These wins also carried prize money to the value of £35 and a gold wristlet watch for the lady rider, Miss J. MNclae. It Is Interesting to note that Miss McRae (whose mother was Mllss Powell of Samaria) also won another prize over fences which carried with it additional prize money.. Mr Eric Curry who has charge of the champions was success. ful in the men's riding event. Garry Maddrell of Braldwood, who last year won-the 100'- guinea gold cup at Castlemaine on' Pleasure for the champion boy rider of the State was also successful In this event at Syd ney. He has now won this honor for four years on Pleasure.
BENALLA STOCK MARKET WATTS TURNBULL & CO. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 April 1938
BENALLA STOCK MARKET WATTS TURNBULL & CO. W ATTS TURNBULL & CO. report having held their usual fort nightly sale at the Benala 'Corpor. ation Yards on Tuesday last, when they offered moderate pennings of fat sheep and fat cattle to the local trade and outside butchers from Violet Town, Euroa, Mglbourne, Shop parton, Dookle Devmilsh and St. James. The dairy mettle section was well represented, while In the store yards there were "several pens of nicely bred young cattle. SHEEP. The quality was generally very good with prices firmer. A/c 1. H. Wallace, Ooorambat, a draft of CO very prime.crossbred wethers, which enasly topped the market, relllrg to 27/10, and averaging 27/7. These were purchased by MAr W. If. Sher will and 1H. Nicholso:l respcetively. A/c Mr W. Clarke, Molyullah, 40 prime 1 year old xb wethers at 16/11 to Mr W. Burns. Other wethers ,26/5 26/3, 25/10, 24/2, 23/11, to 20/; for lighter quality lambs, 23/10, 21/5, 20/4, 19/ to 16/6; xb ewes, 14/8 13/6. 11/...
BOURKE & THEWLIS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 April 1938
D:BOURKE ',THEWLIS. !?~ OURIKE&, T}IEWLIS report hav. n fiheld' their usual o irtnilghtly :ale in -the I'Bonaila.:Corporation Yards on Tuesday last the 26tholnsat when they offered a' moderate?iyard ing of all classes of stock to the usual attendance of the local trade, district, graziers and outsiders ,'who operated- freely throughout the mar ket. The sale opened to good on quiry, keen competition being main talned 'throughout the- market, with prices ruling on a par with, those of last market, with, the posnible excep lion of fat cattle, where in odd pens, a slight easement in yalues was noticed. A total clearance of all lines offered was effected, at high:ly ::atisfactory prices. PAT SHEE P. A moderate yarding imade otp chiefly of prime quality light welight ers, with odd pens of lambs and owes which sold at full late-: rates,;and showing a tendency to flrm- "at'. the close of the sale. Prime- quality young xhd wethers 26/, 25/11, to 20/;' cbk wethers 22/9, to'23/0; ewes....
UNITED COUNTRY PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 April 1938
:JNITED COUNTRY PARTY R? . MAL. RYAN.. the president, presided'at a meeting of the Ben alla branch of the. United :Country Party on, Friday afternoon "'. last. Others present were' Messrs T. F. Harrison, A. Husband, J. Monaghan, and the secretary, Mr F. W. Wallace. Apologies. were .received ..from ?lesers' Heywood and Phillips. The .presldent gave an" Interesting. =eport of the conference.' and com mented on the very Ihtellectual 'de. bates on the many difflcult subjects brought 'forward. . Mr; Harrisori dealt with the 'genda" giving "a ,detailed report' of' the most Interesting resolutions' dealt with. Mr Monaghan moved that the dele gates' reports be adopted, and do fended the present 'system - of dairy supervision. The 'motion was secon ded by Mr Husband, the meeting 6-arrying a vote of thanks to the dele gates. ' In' responding. Mr.;Ryan urged the members to retain their confidence in the party. r Harrison 'also "'responded, and expressed appreclaUon2 p. of the ar rangemeiite fo...
GRAZIERS TO MEET TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 April 1938
GRAZIERS TO MEET TO.DAY.- A meeting of graziers throughout the: district will be held at the Memorial Hall at 2.30 this afternoon with the object of forming a branch of the Grazlers' Aasociation. Mr S. Ollicer, secretary, and Mr N. Chomley, tray oiling representative will address the. meeting. Mr Kiddie is ' at ,present making a canvass of the district for, members.
SIX FRUITPICKERS CAUSE DISTURBANCE STEP-DANCING IN NUNN STREET [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 April 1938
SIX FRUITPICKERS CAUSE DISTURBANCE' STEP-DANCING IN NUNN STREET Six fruitpickers from Mildura appeared at Benallsa court yester day as a result of a disturbance whioh they caused in Nunn - Street on Saturday evening last, and each accused was sentenced to a short term of imprisonment. The accused charged were Ronald Cagney, 10 years, of Sydney, offen sive behavior and resisting arrest; Eric Graham, 21 years of Melbourne, offensive behavior and obstructing the pollco;-Frank Jones, 22 years, of Melbourne, offensive behavior; Nor man Cook, 21 years of Gcelong, of fenslve behavior: Stanley James Agnew, 22 years of Albury, offensive behavior; Norman St. Clair. 22 years of Melbourne, offensive behavior. Each accused pleaded guilty to the charges. Plain-Clothes Constable Millar prosecuted, and the Bench was occu pied by Messrs I, W. Williams P.M., and J. Serpell J.P. Plain-Clothes Constable Millar gave evidence that at about 7 pm. on Saturday evening last he went with Constable Roberts to ...
BENALLA SPEED COURSING BELLADORA WINS CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 April 1938
BENALLA SPEED COUR SING BELLADORA WINS CHAMPION SHIP. S' T EHE Benalla Speed Coursing Club staged its final meeting at the Benalla showgrounds on Wednesday evening last, when a £50 champion ship meeting drew the largest entry ever received by the club. There was a good attendance, despite the wintry conditions which prevailed. Results: MAIDEN STAKE. OUR LINIT, S. Bloy's bd b, Char tlesse-Secret .... ...... ..1 Andy's Idle,' P. Wilson's w and .bd d ........ .... ....2 V Susele Cristo, C. Grlffiths' bd b .. 3 Other starters.-Miss Lucy, The ° Brolga, Lon Mae Mrs Wiggs, "Cub estor. Betting.-s/1 Our Linit, 10/1 Susie Cristo and Andy's: Idle...._; :-'',: L Won by one lerigth; :"on. length. e Time, 22 5/10 sees.. NORTH-EASTERN CHAMPION- . 8HIP..' Seceond Division. B1RIAN BOYD, C. Burns' t d, Herl tage--Phantom Queen .... i Shore Khan, J. H. Fuge's bk d .. 2 Dubup, H. Wynack's bk d :. .. Other starters.-Nell Micawbhr, Saddleback, Sunnybrook, .Just It; ;Won by a length .11 lengths. Time, 21:...
"THE ESCAPE FROM THE BOLSHEVIKS" [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 April 1938
"THE ESCAPE FROM" THE BOLSHEVIKS" ':t American journallst, John Reed lIved thrlogh the tllrrlrig ldays of the nlego of M'oscow thiat her ailed thlle B1nolHvlst exierllnentl and wrote a bookl, "Eleven Dnya that" .Shookl the World." ' To-day" John" Reed Is buried. In the wall of the Moscow; IKremli 'and history han ac colted hii verdict on thoem eleven days. Like. the Frenchr reiolhtlon, 'the IHtlnIan revolutlon wa r"uthIleoss In Its attack on the. mornbelrs of- theo old regime whether' Innocnt or guilty. Among" those Innocent "victInms of the. Now Relglni was thle ..Countesa Olga Rachoindif. SiShe 'evaded the Commlssltir. who amoe to arrest herl and. took hero revenge liy.llpylng for tile White Army. .??low lshe was captured, sentenced to b1e shot annd show ali escapedwll be told in "FamouiH' E'ctpe" theo B.S.A. liresentatllol wiich will be broadcast fromn Station ISIt on fune 10th. Listen In every Suiday? even-t Ing at.7.15 p.m.
TRICYCLE MARATHON RIDER PASSES THROUGH BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 April 1938
TRICYCLE MARATHON RIDER PASSES THROUGH BENALLA. : LOOKING fit and well; Alf Willliam son, who Is riding a child's tri cycle from Melbourne to Sydney for a wager of 125, panned through Benalla on Friday last. Ieo arrived at about 2.45 pm., and was soon.busy signing autograph hooks. lIe has to do the journey In 21 days, and on his pro greas should have several days to spare. On Saturday he rode from Benalla to Wodonga, a distance of 63 miles. On Friday night he was the guest of the Benalla Talkies, being Intro duced by Mr Williams, the manager, and addressed the audience on his ride.
BENALLA CROQUET CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 April 1938
BENALLA CROQUET CLUB=" N itmot w to a npelial nappeal for' tho Rled Cross the flenalla Cro iotiet;ClUb at a mooting held l astfinal ' urnil, iicliled to orgauinle a gym kliuiaLn' t.o'ie Ield on the lanwns..on SLtutlia?' April ri1th; to rasle £fui + nds for thin appeal; ~IThI. f unction will niow lie postponedl until hfier weather, bl)ecaiio o the .rii'"ilo. t lajnwns uand t)rroundilngn cannot ho preparedol ThIlou orntenont for the Presldont's trophly wihich Is In progr.on', wOas unable to o le fl?allied thIs Woeek ng, to the rain. A full report of this touri'nament :vill he In noext wek's:,-;'I Isl o r. tho ll paper.l) 1.. On ;WVWel emlay next (nwather sauot 'l + able) n. tall day t ournalment wll` be '? ield: comnirnclng at/l10 o'0cldcl.
TWIN BOY WHO WON LOG CHOP AT MOLYULLAH [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 April 1938
TWIN BOY WHO WoN LOG CHOP AT MOLYULLAH There are two sets of twins in the Powell family at n?nalia. Jim and Tom the elder set, are making a name for themselves as axemen. Sinca the tender age of 13, they have been enterilg for Sdistrict wood chops, and Jim, who is 171 years of age, won his first wood chop at the Molyullah sports on Saturday last. Jim also came second in the South Wangaratta chop on Easter Monday. IBoth boys won heats agalnst eight and nine entrants. The twin choppers will )o seen in action at the 3addaglnnle sports next Satur day. It at 17v years they are district winners, what champions will they he at 22 when they will Io In their prim!ol Mr T. Powell, father of the twins has also won many chops, and it Is not unusual to see thie Powell family chopping against one another.