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FACING THE REAL PROBLEM INTERESTING ADDRESS BY MR. ADAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 April 1938
FACING THE REAL PROBLEM INTERESTING ADDRESS BY MR. ADAMS. In an address on the real econ omio problems of Australia .to members of the .Benalla Branch of the A.N.A. on Wednesday evening of last week, Mr Adams, secretary of the Sound Finanoe. League said that the purpose of the League was to extend a know ledge of financial and economic subjects among the citirens of the Commonwealth so as to en able them to exercise a more con siderate judgment in decidlng questions affecting the welfare of Australia. Nations of the world have bennlre so Interlocked ant inter-dependent in trading, and the ,lest':.!lli. of row materials, that any dislolcatlon in c?l part seriously affects the 'ohole I'verld. Yet in spite of this accnowtludged in terdependency by every nation, almost every one of them has raised values to trade and freeiosn of caJn merco In tariffs, quotas and other forms of restrictions. On the one hand we have restriction of prodGuc tion and wasoteof lroduct. deflation of relative v...
MR. JOS. COOPER RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT A. AND P. SOCIETY FOR EIGHTH SUCCESSIVE YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 April 1938
MR. JlOS COOPER RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT A AND P. SOCIETY OR EIGHTH SUCCESSIVE YEAR. . Evidence of the :c nfidence placed ,in theilN _pra (dent ,wa evinced by members of the Ben alla gri ultual and PetorI SocietyonA Friday afternioon last, When tihy reelectedd Mr .Joe. Cooper to the presidential cHair for the eihth succislive year. Also present were Messris W..1Hoy wood, L. M. Clarke, J. Crlliy, J. E. Bow'dern, J. P. Wallace, H. Hilli.J.:T. Ingram, E; A. Cooper W. MacGrek~r, I. D. Bakewell, A: L. Guppy, F:;A. Cook M.JLA., 0. e. Desallley, T 'Bal lahtlhe, R. S. Ariderson,i F;: Smauindrs, A. Heaney, G. . Earp, G. Crawford G. Robirison, and the secretary, 'Mr Lance Nell. CORRESPONDENCE. . An application was: received from the Benalla' Football Club for the, use of the ground for the season. :It was decided to grant the request :atl the rate of. £2/10/ per match., : i A letter was receivedd fromr N. S:in clair, of- Saidrlnghaim, enclosing., de posit of £2 for.. the.' slto.. for his merry-go...
FINANCE IS THE VITAL QUESTION OF THE DAY VARIOUS ASPECTS OF THE MONETARY SYSTEM EXPLAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 April 1938
FINANCE IS -rLTHE: VITAL '; QUESTION OFiTHEi DAY: r,,;.VARIOUS ASPECTS OF THEf. 'MONETARY SYSTEMI EXPLAINED.' Various aspects of tho monoe tarya tem wre 'oplicitly do= tailed, by Mr Adams, seoretary of the Sound. ,,Finance ,League of Asitraliato members of the Aus trtisain Woimen's Nationai .Leegue Sat e t Memorlai Hall on!Wednes day'afte?noon of lst week. 1Mr Adams stild that the relation between the various units of the monetary system comprilnog tho Comntiorlwoilth 13ank,' thd' trtading bankls;"tho?Saviga' bIanlks a?d. other flinancial :Idtlttitions was clearly 'do fliedt: ' Te'derionstrated thlt' 'the, Commineb'n"eiltll' B3ink now hIolds nurf flciont 'of' the central ' Iank in the systein nnodl 'i gradually strengthell Ing tlintplitition" by licreatsed pow\ers and inlnflhecd. The spirit of co-oper atidn hltlisng between tile Common Wealth Thnik laid the trading Ianko Is both hlhitb.h anid ffeitiv in cerrying ouit i mbenbintary 'policy fwhilch plnwes Interthtabfr lthe comminltty ...
THE LIGHTING OF FIRES [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 April 1938
THE LIGHTING OF FIRES r Oaley Bush Firn Brigades- .... "That all members of bush fire brigades be urged, as their duty, to report Immediately to police the lighting of fires dur ing the. proclaimed period, ex cepting in pl-ees specially set apart for such purposes." The motion was carried. QUESTION OF UNREGISTERED BRIGADES. Mr Lee asked whether iq the event of members of registered bri gades going to assist an unregistered brigade, would they be covered. The president pointed out that no matter where a member of a regis tered brigade went he would always be covered. In'the event of an un registered member the association, although' it is not compulsory to pay, has paid.. He instanced a recent case of an unregistered worker at Moyhu where a worker had not claimed up to a month after the accident, and as he was up against it he saw that, com pensation was paid. If It had been handled by a private, company the case would have. failed. The maxi mum amount was paid, as It was a genuine c...
Record Move at Winton Large Six-Roomed House on Wheels [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 April 1938
Record Move at Winton Large Six-Roomed House on Wheels What must be a record move was made by Mr J. Nelson, of Winton, on Monday last. A six-roomed house, complete with ver- andaha, and bathroom, and the whole place lined with plaster was moved in an ingenious manner by Mr J. Nelson. Sixteen men, two large motor lorries owned by Mr Clipperton and Mr Cameron, a steam traction engine, and a jinker with a foot square axle, did the job. Nine fences had to be torn down, as the house was taken through the properties of Messrs Nelson, Pelly and Hernan. The weight of the house cut furrows two feet deep, and after the cavalcade of steam engine, lorries and house passed over, the ground presented a hill and dale appearance. Six-roomed house at Winton being moved by lorries and steam engine The house was moved four miles altogether, and where trees were in the way, they were chopped down and towed away by the steam engine. An astounding thing was that the plaster remained intact during the ent...
MARRIAGES TO-MORROW TO BE CELEBRATED TO-MORROW [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 April 1938
MARRIAGES TO-MORROW TO BE CELEBRATED TO MORROW A NUMBER. of weddings will be celebrated in Benalia, to-morrow. four of which will be at Holy Trinity Church. The contracting parties are as follow: 2 p.m.-George Keith Fountain, of Swanpool, son of the late Mr G. A. D. Fountain and Mrs Fountain, to Doris &nbsp; May Clarke, of Swanpool, daughter of Mr and Mrs J. M. Clarke of Swanpool. 3 p.m.-Alfred Vincent'Moore of &nbsp; Tatong Estate, son of the late Mr and Mrs W. J. Moore, to Thelma Vera Blackburn, East Melbourne, daughter of Mr and Mrs W. A. Blackburn, of South Australia.' 4 p.m.-Stanley James Lethlean, of Mulgrave, son of Mr and Mrs J. H. Lethlean,, to Edna 'Constance Little, of Benalla, daughter of. Mrs E. C. Little and the late Mr G. E. Little, 2 Coster Street. Benalia. 8.30 p.m.-Errol Terence Webb, of Euroa, Son of Mr and Mrs A. H. Webb, Campbell Town, Tasmania, to Dulcie Doreen Gllies, of Euroa, daughter of Mr and Mrs A. T. Gllies, East Coast, Tasmania.
OBITUARY MR. GEORGE HENRY FELTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 April 1938
OBITUARY MR. GEORGE HENRY FELTHAM. The death took place at his resi dence, McKellar Street, Benalla, on Friday last, of Mr George Henry Feltham at the age of 76 years. De ceased had not enjoyed the best of health for some time, and his death was not unexpected. He was a native of Geelong, and was married there to Miss Luttrell, who pre-deceased him about nine years ago. He was re married six years ago to Mrs Emily Myers, who survives. He is also survived by one daughter, Eliza (Mrs W. Levy, Benalla). Deceased had been employed as curator of the Bridge Street Miller Homes since their erection. The funeral was to the Benalla cemetery on Saturday last. Rev. C. M. Kennedy conducted the service at the graveside, and was assisted by the Rev. L. E. Wilkinson, secretary to the Miller's Homo Trust tees The coffinbearers were Messrs &nbsp; L. Woods, E. Woods, W. Levy and 8. Abley and the pall bearers were Messrs F. W. Grimme, C. Abbott, H. Woodward, C. Plunkett, J. Dixon and D. Knippe...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 April 1938
Mr and Mrs Edwards of Bass, were the guests of Mr M. G. B. Meadows. for the Easter holidays. They make periodical visits to Ben alla and latterly have made their journey comfortable vith the aid of a caravan. Since their last visit they are strong advocates of a caravan for comfort and independence. The engagement is announced of Eliza May, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs J. T. Martin, Emoh Rub, Devenish, to Thomas Campain twin son of Mr and Mrs P. C. Trewin, The Homestead, Ooorambat. Autumn foliage and bowls of mixed flowers decorated the Presbyterian Hall last week when representatives of eight local organisations combined in giving a farewell party to Mrs H. P. Moore, who is leaving Camper down to live at Benalla. Gladioli, dahlias and delphiniums mixed with play and tall Jars held golden chry play, and tall are held golden chry santhemums; while posies of scarlet nairimes were arranged in flat bowls. During the afternoon, Mrs Chester Manifold presented Mrs Moore with a set of tabl...
CYCLING TEN MILE ROAD RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 April 1938
CYCLING TEN MILE ROAD RACE. Following are'the handlcaps for a ten, miles' road race to be held by the Benall.. Cycle Club on ,the • Hume Highway to-morrow:-?G." Hllbrick. 4.20: T. Black, R. _ Fallon, .560; C. Crockford F.,Rooth, J. Denn 2.15: : GOreen. M. French, 1.0; MLHueard. 8. Hall;, 1.30; L Warhurst, Hill, A. 1MMUilan, .0 saes.; D. Warburst. K. Daokbo0ue0,. 30 secs.; "T.Glassbrook 9t &nbsp;
DEATH OF SUB-INSPECTOR TRACEY [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 April 1938
DEATH OF SUB-INSPEC- TOR TRACEY &nbsp; AFTER long illness Sub-inspector Charles Joseph Tracey, 59, of Benalla, died in the police hospital on &nbsp; Tuesday. Due to retire next year, he became ill soon after his appointment to Shepparton district in July. &nbsp; &nbsp; He joined the police force more &nbsp; than 30 years ago, and after service at Russell Street Dandenong, Sale and Wonthaggi, he was appointed to &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; commissioned rank in 1935 and sta- &nbsp; and stationed at Dandenong. Later he was transferred to Benalla, where his widow lives. Sub-Inspector Tracey, whose father &nbsp; &nbsp; was a military officer, was born in &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; India, and came to Australla when a child. He served in the Boer War before joining the Police Force.
North-Eastern Bush Fire Brigades Association Meeting at Benalla Many Vital Matters Discussed by Delegates [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 29 April 1938
orsern Bush ire Brigades Association Meeting at Benalla Many Vital Matters Discussed by Delegates The annual Bush Fire Brigades' Association Conference was held at the Commercial Hotel, Benalla, on Saturday afternoon last, when there was a large attendance. The 'Preident, Mr. L. H. Sambel, submitted a comprehensive report in which he stated that 300 brigades had registered during the year. He pointed out that the funds and equipment of brigades throughout Victoria amounted to £70,000. The conference dealt with vital questions affecting fire brigades. DELEGATES PRESENT. The following delegates were pres ent:-Messrs C. C. Thomas, F. Adams (Mansfield); Dr. and Mrs J. I. Hen derson (Oxley)- R. E. Brown (Mor rillm and Murchison East), W. Cole man, F. J. Orr (Laceby West); W. Lee, L. M. Clarke (Eleven Mile Creek); J. Mortlock Junr., H. Staf ford (Bethanga); A. Wharton, A. J. Lawrence, E. G. Cooper (Tunga mah); E. C. Ashton N. L. Johnston (Tallarook); J. R.. Meikle. E. A. Cooper (Goorambat...
Benalla Country District Golf Association ANNUAL MEETING AT BENALLA MR. P. BRANIGAN RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT. CREDIT BALANCE OF 11d. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938
Benalla Country District ;Golf mosion`t : ANNUAL MEETING AT BENALLA i MR. P. BRANIGAN RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT. CREDIT BALANCE OF 11d. The. annual meeting of the Benall ,Country, Distriotb Gof... Assoolation was held at the Commercial Hotel .on 8aturdayi.evening lest when delegates decided not to affiliate with tlie V.G.A? but it was decided to adopt the V.G.A. system of handicapping and the method of arriving at the standard scratch. score. A professional is.to, be engaged to par all courses. 'The chair was occupied by the president, Mr. Percy Branlgan. Dele. gates present were Mossrs J. Wardle and 8. Harrison (Warrenbayne); Olason and M. Webster (Swanpool); I Ray Jenkyn and Wm. McPherson (Warrenbayne North). k CREDIT BALANCE OF lid. The secretary (Mr W. McPherson) reported a credit balance of 11d. tse celpte from, the ball were t10/12/3. SECRETARY -CONGRATULATED. In movlng the adoption of the bal ance sheet submitted, the president said that he wished to congratulate the secretary on ...
A CHALLENGE To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938
A CHALLENGE T?. o the EMdltor. Sir,-through your columns, I wlsh to. conveoythe news to the coward who throw poleoned balts,"'over 'my back fence, on'.Wedrinedayi, last;;. hat my little girl's mate; a golden cocker dog, and my oldasheep dog, both died that evening. In spite of my. eiorts to save them, both dogs died a terrible death. Should that parasite wlsh 'to moot me,, eo or she: as the case may be, can do so,? any. time,; . and any place-Yours.etc., ; JACK STEWART,la 17 Nunn Street, Benalia.
THE QUESTION OF BORROWING To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938
' THE QUESTION OF BORROWING To the Editor. a 81r,-My attention has been drawn t to a letter appearing in a Benalla • paper. For pure pessimism it would 5 be hard to surpass. It Is really an attack on Mr Say and "the whole of the public men, or else a severe at tack of jaundice. He heads the let 1 ter "Borrow or Bust," which Is the Slast thing he should accuse the public men of Benalla, who are rather lack ing in initiative and are certainly not 1of the "Borrow or Bust" variety. This writer has certainly no vision, as he quotes Goulding's Weir and other water, works. These were financed out of revenue, so the Water Com misslonera cannot come under this heading. So was the new tank, pump, etc., which In really a far ahead look for a new water scheme with a reser voir at Ryan's Creek, but If we have the "Borrow and Bust" variety, there will be no Ryan's Creek scheme or any other. He further attacks the sewerage. Perhaps he would like us to go back, not forward, to the days of the Black...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938
Paon.--Works, 37. P3 hon-Private 382 J. A. TERRETT & CO TIMBER MERCHANTS, JOINERY AND FIBROUS PLASTER MANUFACTURERS COMMERCIAL ROAD. BENALLA FIBROUS PLASTER JOBS FIXED COMPLETEL TOWN; OR COUNTRY. Svmvythiu fo, the D8 Iidn Trade. Our Pri.s amnd Qumig Sare Unbeiwnble. INVEST Inan. AUSTIN Flashing Performance - - S'. Easy Chair Comfort 1, =:... . . , , ,--- -- - The 40 Miles to the Gallon Car M..LEAHY SALESr., AND:° SERVICE- 89 BRIDGE STREET, ::. PHONE 126 BENALLA ARCH. GREGERSON LOCAL PROPERTY AND FINANCIAL AGENT, 140 Bridge Street, Benalla Phone 420. After Hours' 364. CUTLERY All Cutlery may be purchlaied" in Single Pieces as required. STAINLESS CUTLERY CAN-. STEENS 'FROM £4/10/. BEST QUALITY HECWORTH A.L. PLATE, FROM £7/15/ to ,:.ART CHINA AND HAND MADE POTTERY POTTERY. Tea Sets, DEnneR Sets, Siupper Sets, Fruit -Sots, Vases, and " Bowls In' good colorin'g; INEXPENSIVE GIFTS. Latest Designs In.Royal. Dout. ton Tea Cups and Saucers. Also Fruit Bowlsa nd Sand. : wich Dishes.. ...
CORRESPONDENCE To the Editor "Benalla Ensign" [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938
CORRESPONDENCE To the Editor "Benalla Ensign' 81r,-Mr Adams, the .secretary of a the Bound finance League, may be ti facing the real problem, but his ad dress as reported In the current issue ? of your paper, Indicates that he 1t I either facing it with early 19th cen f. tury views or else vainly trying to I justify the present state of affairs Son behalf of that very small but very I select section of the community, who Sare financing his organisation, and 0" who realise that they must fight des perately to maintain their usurped II power over the economic life of the nation in view of the rising tide of Interest being taken In such affairs 3 by the man in the street. Mr Adams blames the recent depression to the t drop In world prices., but he does not say that the cause of this drop was due to the deflationary activities of the creators of credit The drop in prices was an effect and not a cause. - There is no sane reason why there should be booms and slumps, unless it be a tempora...
First Passenger Plane to Land at Benalla's New Aerodrome "ENSIGN'S EXCLUSIVE STORY AND PICTURE [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938
first Passenger Plane to Land at : Benalla's New Aerodrome "ENSIGN'S EXCLUSIVE STORY AND PICTURE The first plane to land at the new Benalla Aerodrome on Monday afternoon last, was a passenger. machine, the "Lolls," which arrived hoere to pick up the Minister for the Interior (Mr McEwen) who was summoned to Canberra for an urgent Cabinet meeting. The Federal Treasurer (Mr Casey) greeted Mr McEwen; and only five 'minutes : elapsed, from the time it landed until ittook off again. This" must surely constitute a record. The pilot very courteously rhalted the plans to enable the "Ensign" photographer to take an excluslive .ploture which appears below. " Mr McEwen was farewelled .by Mrs McEwen, who in an intervie ?" said that her husband was compelled to cancel hl plans- for a, short ': =stay In Bonalia. ·i ;. ; ; wow! 'v r' Mtied*eoi 'dopaoniarfteioV' utr dortakonrl~ LM the ;!otUi iur"io and equipping all the 'dromes for the proposed airymalLV-and assenger ? night-flying scheme. Incidenta...
GOORAMBAT FOOTBALL CLUB OFFICERS ELECTED FOR SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938
GOORAMBAT FOOTBALL CLUB OFFICERS' ELECTED FOR SEASON. ¶I?ERE was a. good attendance at the" annual meeitng of the Ooor ambat Football Club last week. E:lection of ofice bearers resulted: P?Lrerldent.: Mr P. , Ferris; secretary, Mr T. Carlyon; assistant secretary, Mr L.. E.:Ople; treasurer, Mr E. Ferris. Last year was not a very financial suecess. but a statement was read which was satisfactory. It was" decided to"' again affiliate , with the Tatong-Thoona League. A practice I. to he held next Rat urday, .and all players Interested are welcome. The' club is holding a dance on May, 14th, when they play their first ¶match at home to Olenrowan.
COUNTRY WEEK BASKET BALL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938
COUNTRY WEEK BASKET BALL ll 111 Vl;torian W\Vocmen' Italnet lBall Anooelllothn i agaioln holding the iIumi oiuntry . totornaiienti during King's IltitllThly wletU-end, .the 11th It'll lith .funi, "l.ltly enltrlbore .have tliretdly BIeen rec?,Ived tndl It 1 antltlCl Ilpated thalltl there wiIll he a In ) o.null - ler of entrlen, thlle clnilg date of which i 'l:1dllnesdaly, the lot lJune. 'JThe I11:I, V.ictorhli goal-throwing chliplnhbon hlp vwill l ho be hold llcuing the week-end, Elu'1ttllven of tll he Annotlitoll. n hope that coluntr'y playersl will Inmate good the llopportunity of eoltor'lng fr Lthis evCt. '.here vWill be tWo OttCliO ,110 (1e opn and 1under 10 years of agr o. BIRTH RATE DANGER,--In hll annuall reportl, th cilly hellth ollfficer (Dlr.,Jlohll Dale) ald (lhtt altlhough + thle dbeline In lite hlrth ratle ~. tho city nndl thetult. 1Ir ior to 1i8lI 2 nip iearedl to l.hlve bcon nrretlell, liy?y Ilnatl Innl lOreno In popIIlllilon wo unlkt11Ily. Thl'ileri wiu little reason,...