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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938
SAND THE TIMBER INDUSTRY ' . S . .I CLEAN, STRAIGHT-GRAINED' AUSTRALIAN TIMBERS area used in vast quantities by " the. Carlton & United Breweries Ltd. in the manufacture of barrels and vats. These splendidtimbers; - which assist to preserve the wholesomeness of C.U.B. products, are received at the"Yorkshire *i;7. is and. Abbotsford Breweries where many men, born and bred to the age-old trade of coopering, perform the craftsman s task of working the selected wood, first into staves and then. IntO barrels for .the storing and transport of the Lagers, Bitters and Stouts 'so skilfully brewed by the C.U.B. In this one section alone of the C.U.B. activities, many men are kept in constan, employment, and much, money is circulated throughout the ' ommunit ?? every CARLTON PRODUCTS COMPRISE THE FOLLOWING BEERS:. oLAGER MEEBOU BOTS LAGER- * VICTORIA BIT li CaroNTAG. Ale N. Carltoe SpTlA' AlN. ? CarItdM 'Khaki Staout q Cantllea b he Carlt.on VUnitlwg Sloul . Aibbols Invalid Stoat " n A...
CYCLING FIFTEEN MILE ROAD RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938
CYCLING FIFTEEN MILE ROAD RACE. IHL"Bonalla :Cycle Club will Io'ld alT S 16Lmile q ut and homo. road race; to-morrow afternoon at 3" p;m, sharp; starting and'finishing.p at. the State: starting and finishing at' the State. Savings Bank. Following ,aer' the ' handicaps: Hlllbrlck, 7 ml.n.; L ; Black, R.'. Fal Halllon, C. Croxford,. 5.30;:': '3War iock,' F. RHooth, .3J? 4 Dnnl;'": 4:16::,M.5 Heard, M. French, L Green, 2.30, S Hall,;. Ball, ;Warhuret, A Mac Milan, 1130, D.: Warhurst, KH. Back house,; 1min.;: T;' lazebrok, iscr S20 MILE T IE I TEST Th , vill hold a 20 mile tim test on Satutrday, 14th May.;" The teot is a 'flrst of a serles'of noelect a' team of five riders for the-'country teams' rae'to ,be held in Melbourne on Mon d;.ay 8 lh' Tune.
EMPIRE BALL TO BE HELD ON 24th MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938
EMPIRE BAL A MEETING of nth? r ?mpiro,::.B? :ommittee was held on _Monday: evening flast , and wa i attended by representatiVel? of ,the Memorial Hall, Ladies:, Auxiliary of 'the R.S.S.I.L.A:.? Country :,omen's 'Assoclation afnds Younger r Set After some discussion; it was: do clded .to:hold the ball' on ;Tuesday, 24th May; at the :Shlire Hall,. and?to 'conduct a bridge party in-conJunctlon with it: Charges were fixed at :3/ for the ball, annd 2/ for bridge.?, .'Mr H Hosmck ite, the p??sident-of' 'the ball committee, and Mr Dyneson, secretary.
CYCLIST FALLS THEN WINS 10 MILE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938
CYCLIST FALLS .THEN WINS 10 MILE RACE. H 1i 0 ,milo e road race, held at the Baddaglnnlo sports under the auspices of the Benalla Cycling Club, presented a 'rather unusual happen Ingr' S. Hall, who struck a post dur ing the progress of the race and was 'thrown, won the event from a strong field of competing, members. Les. Warhurst who also . struck a tree heavily got off' lightly and was able t'o continue.. UL Green ,was second in the event, with. T. Olazebrook fastest time, 20 minm 13 sees, The' trophy, which vwas presented by: Nicholls and Sullivan, was w pro rsented at ,tho 'sports to.the wlnner:by Cr. l;b A. Cook, M.L.A
BENALLA BOWLS CHAMPION L. CHIDLOW DEFEATS B. BRIGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938
BENALLA BOWLS CHAMPION L.. CHIDLOWI DEFEATS B. BRIGGS. E final of the championship of the Bekalli Bowling Club was played on Saturday last between Mfessrs B. Briggs (a mqny times champion of the club) and L. Chid low, and was won by Chidlow, the final scores being:--Chidlow 31, Briggs 27. The match had been commenced a week previously, but, had to be postponed owing to the unfavorable weather conditions. Great interest was taken in Satur day's game, and the winner was freely complimented on his success.
TO BE WET OR DRY VICTORIA TO DECIDE. LICENSING POLL THIS YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938
TO BE WET OR DRY ' VICTORIA TO DECIDE. LICENSING POLL THIS YEAR. ACTIVE preparations are beolng made for the second octennial licensing poll on the simple question, "That licenses shall be abolished." The vote will be taken on October 8. At the last poll, in 1930, when 05 per cent. of the electorate voted, the result was:-Fer abolition 118,002; against, 552,330. A vote In favor of abolition of licenses could not be effective unless there was A three-fifth majority In ;favor of it. This year's poll applies to the State as a. whole. Even If In :dtian li: Uenslng. dIstricts recorded the statutory .three-fifth majority in I,:ygoaro .f abolition, licences In those r-district would: not be affected unlese 1 7. 1·
MRS EALES FAREWELLED AT TATONG PRESENTATION MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938
MRS EALES FAREWELLED AT TATONG PRESENTATION MADE. AN Informal party was hold at the home of Mrs D. "1;.0 Coghill, Tat ng wherel many 'friends gathered to : bild farewell to Mrs A:. ales who has left. Tratong for Lal .Lal. When afterhnon tea"had been par ' taken ori , ?:;rh Coghill, on behalf of tlhqqo'` present. called on Mrs Eatle to accept, neveral crystal gifts as a token of: esteem in which she was hold by her: friends. S Miss Alma McCauley supported ;ho many, kind remarkn that Mirs Coghill had made about the guest of . .:honor, and wished her every happl n.ess in her now district. In regard to social work for charity and the school, help could always be obtained . from Mrs Eales.who would have no Sdifdlflulty in making many friends in ,;her- new surroundings. After the singing of. "For She's a Jolly Good Fellow," Mrs ·ales res ponded with thanks for the preben tation. Mrs Jacka moved a vote of thanks to Mrs Coghill who had so kindly made her homoe available for this pleasant ga...
OBITUARY MR JAMES GOUDIE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938
OBITUARY MR .JAMES GOUDIE. HE death :occurred on Monday T night at4:Romsmore Private Hos Pital.i of Mr Jnami. Goudie at the age of '75 years. Deceased was well known in the'district, having reslded t Thoona'whero he carried on farm ing -pursults for over 40 years. He was married at. Thoona at the ago of t5 to Mssn Mary Elizabeth Groeen, who siirvfves him, along with two sons and three daughters, viz.: .lRchard (Cheaney Vale), Elizabeth (Mrs F. W. Baker, Melbourne), Edith (Mrs L. P. Splnke, .Melbourne), David *(Mildura); and Ivy. (Benalia). .The remains were Interred, In the Thoona cemetery on Wednesday afternioon. Royv. J.:. MacMinn read the burial ervice an'd Mr E.- A. Abbott had chargae of tlg f'ihicgi arrbnehMreeitt,
MAN SWALLOWS HIS FALSE TEETH [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938
MAN SWALLOWS 1HIS FALSE-TEETH. IN the early hours of Monday morn Ing last, Mr gReg. Ralph, who Is working for:Mr` J. ?HlooCak, ?had the inifor`tune i.'t6o? swallow hlis fale teethH 0 wats taskein to the "Wan-: gara'tt'??' ospitit 'by" Mr II. IHossack but an attempt.. to. remove them proved :fruitless. Shortly after 11" o'clock' or? Monday'" eveining" he was brought 'to eBonalla?r by the . Wangar atta Ambulance, and. was transferred to the Benallit Ambulanrce With Mr Per:c' Clancy nat the wheel, "hoe was rushed `to -the s; Melbourne ,?ospltal, arriving there at 2.30 a.m. the follow nlg .morning.' " An- operation to remove the toeth .'wns,'to haveo. booen performed yestor-' o splal ofic als pointed otil tiat it was rather a colricdenco"as another man had blien taken td th'e amo bhon pltol only a; half ;an" hour prevoiously nlter- having sWallowed his teeth. TI'hey bhad not' had ai'n 'nlar case. for some 'oonsiderable timeo prior to that evening -
FINAL SOCIAL CRICKET MATCH [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938
:FINAL SOCIAL CRICKET MATCH HE final match of the Benalla ' oclal Cricket League was played ". at' the Gardens on Wednesday after ""?i?on :laesti between players represent. ing the Police, Apex Club, Teachers and the Bankers, who played Diggers, Publicans.. B.E.C. and the Postal De Ipartmnnt. After an interesting match the latter had an easy win. M,;r H Millar captained the first named combination, whilst Mr Volk was captain of the winners. Detailed scores are as follow: :. -olice, Apex, Teachers, Bankern. 'E Etches, run out .. .. .. 18 H. Johnston, ae Humphrey, b Wellor:.. ... . * ..20 : B. Arnott, b VWeller .. ;: 4 S8.Millar, b Davis .. . ? ??,Hurley; b Weller .;. . -.: ; . 2 ? J? Galvln,c HoIsack, b Hyland .. .7 D.iRollly; b,Wolsh . ..... 4. O 'Nason, rin ?out ?.i....: .. O E. Malone, bh Davis . . .. .. 17 D. Webster. -o':a Huniphrey," b : Nonan 1 .. - . V. TBurnis, not bout ...... ..... 7 ; Sundrles . . a2 B owling.-Crichton 0 for 25,- Hum phrey 0 for 14, Weller . for 7, Welsh I...
NEW TURF WICKETS WORKING BEE AT SHOW-GROUNDS. MEMBERS OF VARIOUS CLUBS ASKED FOR HELP. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938
NEW TURF WICKETS WORKING BEE AT SHOW GROUND. MEMBERS OF VARIOUS CLUBS ASKED FOR HELP. FOLLOWING an appeal by the grounds committee appointed to lay down new turf wickets at the Benalla showgrounds and the Friendly Societies, a large number of crcfket enthuselasts attended at the Benalla showgrounds during the week-end, when a great amount of valuable work was carried out. Representa tives were present from the lenalla, Benalla West, Diggers and Friendly Societies clubs, and a number of townsmen Interested in the sport also attended and gave much valued as sltance. The working bee will be continued during next week-end, and it is hoped that every club will be represented. ALLOCATION OF GRANT. A meeting of the grounds commit tee was held to discuss the alloca tion of the £140 which has been granted by the Association for the laying down of the new wickets. Messrs Urbahane, RIao and Miller expressed the view that unless the hulk of the work was carried out volun tarily by members that ...
Sports at Baddaginnie WANGARATTA HOSPITAL TO BENEFIT A. JONES (VIOLET TOWN) WINS CYCLING DOUBLE. WONDERFUL PERFORMANCE BY GEO. McLEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938
SSports at Baddaginnie WANGARATTA HOSPITAL TO BENEFIT A..JONE8 (VIOLET TOWN) WINS CYCLING DOUBLE. . WONDERFUL PERFORMANCE BY OEO. McLEAN. aTh;he? annual Baddaglnnie sports held on Saturday last in aid of -r. the Waniratta Hospital, proved to be the beat and most interesting -' s.po'rts ever staged. There was keen competition for' most of the -events, and the appearance of several Melbourne lady riders added '-").unusual, interest. SMr. R. 3. Rolls proved himself an admirable president, and the joint :" secretaries, Messrs T. Mack and J. ': Williams, had detail' well in hand. -. They were assisted by 'the vice presidents, Messrs J. Button and R. S"Powell, and a strong working com mittee. Other officials were:-Messrs H. Oliver and R. Roach, handicappers for running and cycling events; Mr SD.' D. Murphy, handicapper for wood .chop events; J. Crilly and W. Crox ford, judges; and Mr Wally Hyland, starter. The refreshment booth was In ,charge of Mr T. Bymons, of the .Royal Hotel, whilst M...
DONATIONS TO WANGARATTA HOSPITAL. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938
DONATIONS TO" WANOARATTA HOSPITAL. To 'the Editor. Bir,-Permit me to acknowledge through your good paper the receipt of five pounds seven shillings (f8/7/) from the C.W.A. Younger Bet, Ben alla, for the after-care treatment of cases suffering from Infantile paraly sis. It is the desire of my committee that this amount be publically ac knowledged, and in doing so I take this opportunity bf expressing our grateful and sincere appreciation for the very kindly thought that promp ted the Younger Set in making this amount available to the Institution for the particular service as epeci fled.-Yours, etc., J. W. CHADWICK. Manager and Secretary, Wangar atta District Base Hospital.
MILITIA NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938
SMUIUiT NEWS 'H?T ERE was a good muster of mem -Lbers of the 68th Battalion at the rifle range on Saturday when the annual courses of the small arms ?was advanced another stage. Pte R. H. Roe was top score with the Lewis gun with a total of 93, Pto. W. iAckerly followed with 92, and Pte. A. D. Munro with 01. Each scored. the -poaslble 80 for the frst practice. - On Wednesday; 11th May, a team from Benalla will visit Wangaratta sand try conclusions on the miniature Srange in, the Drill Hall, with a. team from ? angaratta detachment. The .(vilitors-will be entertained after the "O'amnaslum classes will. be con-l m:enclog at an early date.
GRAZIERS MEET AT BENALLA BRANCH OF ASSOCIATION FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938
GRAZIERS MEET ._1AT 3 BRANCH OF ASSOCIATION . FORMED. :Grazlris? throughout B'eSal aiial ; and district met at. the Memorial HaIl" on Friday :'fteinoon "lI': ast and during an enthusiastic meet ing,, it. waseunannimously decided ', to form a branch of,the Victorian; Grasiera' Aisoclationrf at Bonalla. Initeresting addresses were given by Mr 8. L. Officer, the general. secretary, Who 'ipressed on those present ?the :paneesety. of ' concen-c tr ti ig on? meeting the compoti. tinl of Crayon and artificial fibres. Cr. ,R't lacGrogor, wfho. prprlided, oxtendiedif alhearty d,,wel?oCeii to N r Omcer who' Was ' accompanied by Meiasro N. Chloriniy,? , organior for Victoria, and.. t1H.I Kddle; th"o AnBO?' 'clatlon's travelling 4'repre?entltiveo. ' ;Thos meetlin, originated att? the ln "stlgtlbn'ibe f'di1:.'' c(' ; iakeweill of Farnloy Cra?ing Co., '36nh'iln' ! Mr -Campbiel Chomley, of lEuroa,.. member of tho Ce?tral' Councl of 'the ssocldatilon, ivas. also, .present. ASSOCIATION'S ORIGIN. 'Mr...
TENNIS FINALS WINTON WINS "B" PREMIERSHIP "WILLIAMS'" CUP TO ST. JOSEPH'S. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938
TENNIS FINALS WINTON WINS "B PREMIERSHIP ; WILLIAMS'" CUP TO ST. tJOSEPH'S. : HE?zrand final of the Benalla and :r l astrictf Tennil Assoclation :^was played on Saturday last on St. Jon eph's courts between Winton and Yin Batun. After a very Interesting s /truggle, Winton proved too strong. the final scoree being:-Wlnton, 7 s et.a 82 games; Tin Barun, 5 sets 70 games. . In the flrail of the "Williams"' Cup, St. Joseph's defeated Friendly SBoce ties, the scores being St. Joseph's 11 sets 94 games:. Friendly Societies, 1 set 556 games. At the conclusion of play, the presa dent of the Association, Mr J. Lynch. congratllated the clubs on the sport. Ing manner in which they had con .tested-thh competition throushout the. season." Cr. F'. A. Cook M.ILA.. made the presentation of the G. RI. Ledder cup to the. Lma. Club; : the "B" grade premiership to .Winton: and - Rudin consolation cup, "A" grade to the Railways Club; and the Williams"' consolation- cup. "B" grade .to St. Joseph's. Suitab...
WANGARATTA RACES SATURDAY, 21st MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938
WANGARATrA RACES S?i:,. $ATURDAY, 21st MAY. m programime for the Wangar ` atta 1Turt Club races appears In thils issue and it Includes an Encour a'ge -Handicap of 6 furlongs, a s tur long Novice Handicap. and Novelty --Pony Race of 4 furlongs., The main race oil the "programme is the May Handicap to be run over a distance of one mile. The Corinthian Handl cap of . furlongs is confined to Samatetur riders and the final event is thi, Welter Handicap of 7 furlongs. The recent 'rains has made the track'ln beautiful racing % condition, and entries' fr all races close on Saturday, 14th May, with the secre tary,. Matt. O'Donohue at Wangar atta.. ý :REBATE ON STARTERS.. .':The club will rebate 60 per cent. of'. total ral. freight from last place of consignment on any distance up to 150 miles on each box of three horse. condigned'ln one name. On partlally filld '.boxes rebate pro rata at full box rates. Horses travelling by road ,will receive 50 per cent, at full .box rates'. Winher excepted...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938
Watts,Turnbull & Co STOCK, LAND AND FINANCIAL AGWIS HEAD OFFISCE IENALLA. BRANCHES.-WaOnratta, Rutherlleu. Deekli t. lameS Devenish, Violet Town, Euroe, Ten sad Megeelld. Stock Bals also conducted at Tack, SUtratbegie, Rar. Briin, Bonnie Deen and Lea~ woodt" AGENTS FORt The Famous "*Cooper's fp" (Manufactured A' Ae traits). The Curator of Estates of Deceased Persons. The Commercial Union Fire Ammnce Co. Ltd. London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, and Finance Company. Sub Asents for Australan Mutual Provident Soelety. Trucking Agents for Watts, Turnbull and Co. Melbourne. We also have a big selection of oouses sad HOUSE AND BUILDING BLOCKS for- Private Sale, and Intendingl buyers should make a point of seeing oar list. ::' *LOANS ARRANGED. We : nwarrange Loans over Bread Acres and atownship ecurittles at the Lowest Current Rates of Interest. S .trictest Secrecy. WATTS, TURNBULL AND CO. Phone 17. BRIDGE STREET. BENALLA BENALLA SPECIAL SHEEP SALE Thursday, 19th May, 1938...
Tatong-Thoona Football League ANNUAL MEETING WITHDRAWAL OF SWANPOOL COMPETITION COMMENCES 14th MAY. WANGARATTA UMPIRES CHOSEN. CR. J. E. BOWDERN RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938
Iatong-Thpo na . Football Leag, A IME ANNUAL MEETING WITHDRAWAL OF SWANPOOL COMPETITION COMMENCES 14th MAY. WANOARATTA UMPIRES CHOSEN. CR. J. E. L OWDERN RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT. At the annual meeting of the Tatong-Thoona Football League, held on Friday evening last at the Commercial Hotel, the League was reformed of all Wael year's teams with the exception of Swanpool Club, which will not reform. The competition will-start on May 14, and Wangaratta umpires have been engaged. The chalr was occupied by the president, Cr. J. ?.' Bowdern. DELEGATES PRESENT. The following delegates were pre . sat:-AIJ Blacks, P.. Turnor and A. Smith: Ooorambat, L. Ople and T. Carlyon; Olenrowan, J. Taylor and I. Dwyer; Thoona, G. F. Bloy and J. Cleary; Talong., . Lewis and H. Tonkin; Violet Town, T. Forshaw and M 'cConnell. :?The minutes of the last annual meeting were confirmed on the mo tion of Menssrs Opli and Bloy. SWANPOOL NOT TO RE-FORM. An apology was received from the presldent of the Swanpool Club...
Pretty Wedding at Presbyterian Church [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938
etty .edding at Presbterian Church K-fWell-Known Fim 'i te United SVAN- McMIOLAN. ; "Enrgn" P'hoto M3slz Flora May AMcMlllan, dlaugh 'ter of .Mr and Mrs A. W. E. McMillnn of Benalla, made a charming plcture on Saturday last when she was mar ried to Mr Sydney Walter Evans, son of Mr and Mrs W. Evans, of Devon Ish, at' St. Andrew's 'Church, B3cnallan by Rev. R. P. Slmons. The-. bride, who was given away by her father," wore a frock 'of' Ivory embossed' aatln with a fleltallltrain H.ertillo, veil was caught to hIer head with 'a halo of orarigeo'blosbom, andesho car rled a shower bouquet't-' of cream' verines and 'hydraigea,. She was at-. tended by her slster, cean, who was In a frock of pastel green. georgette embosed with gold. IHer headdress of gold held the matching vell In place;. She ." carried: .'a bouquet of autumn .tinted gladioli. 'The bride's younger- slster, Heather,, actedý an tralnher'or, ;nd she was oaI dainty. picture In a / frock; of 'pink georgette. Sho,.carried a " go...