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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938
A REMINDER l. WHY HAVE BROKEN BRICKS IN YOUR , FIREPLACE USE ONE OF OUR FIRE GRATES to Save Work:, ALSO MANY .OTHER WINTER LINES TORCHES :.BATTERIES LANTERNS ELECTRIC LIGHT GLOBES. RABBIT TRAPS AND NETS .. . CARTER' & CO. CARRLER .STREET. BENALLA rrmm~ SPIK DRY CLE!ANERS .15 CARRIER STREET, BENALLA PfRICE LIST. MEN. Suits; 6/6; 2 Suits, 10/; Sult, extra Trousers, 8/; Coat and Trousers, 5/; Coat aed Vest, 8/e: Trousers and Vest 8/;' Coat only, 8/; Cream Trous eos, 2/6; Dinner or Full Dress Suits, 5/6 and O/" Pullovers, Cardigan, or Sweater, 2/; Blazers, 2/0; Scarfs, 1/i; %But, three piece (pressed only), 8/6;: Suit, two piece '(pressed only)', 2/0; Men's Light Overcoats, 5/60 Men's Heavy Overcoats, 8/; Ties, 4d. LADIES. Costumes with short coat,.'4/; Cos tumes with long coat, 4/0; Top Coate, .4/0; Frocks; 4/:; Evening Frocks, 6/: Skirts,; Plain, 2/: Skirts, Pleated, 2/6 to 3/: Woollen Costumes and'Frocks, 4/; Woollen Cardigans and Goiters, Well . Sinking. and Water Divining :...
District Cricket Final SPLENDIDLY CONTESTED GAME BADDAGINNIE 28 RUNS IN ARREARS IN 1st INNINGS NOW REQUIRE 103 RUNS TO WIN [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938
District Cricket Final SPLENDIDLY CONTESTED GAME BADDAGINNIE 28 RUNS IN ARREARS IN It ININGS NOW REQUIRE 103 RUNS TO .WIN The final game for season 1937/38 wee continued on the Benalla Oval on Saturday last. Consequent on the rain which had fallen during the week, the wicket wasee soft and proved tricky from the start. It was rather unfortunate for Baddaginnie who had done. so well in disposing of Benalla for 110 on a good w"icket the previous . week. The game proved highly. interesting right through,, and as predicted by Curator Harry Briggs before play commenced, both teams ware dismissed during the afternoon. Although only 156 runs were scored, it was a great duel all afternoon between bat and ball, with very keen fielding on both sides. The ground was very heavy, and this also contributed to. the slow rate of scoring.' Bob Dossr! again came out with the honors of the day in taking .7 wickets for 23, making his tally 14 wickets for 64 for the match, and in again, bringing off a s...
BENALLA RACING CLUB PROGRAMME DRAWN UP FOR AUTUMN MEETING. OBJECTION LODGED AGAINST COURSING ON TRACK. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938
BENALLA RACING CLUB PROGRAMME DRAWN UP FOR! AUTUMN MEETING. OBJECTION LODGED AGAINST COURSING ON TRACK. AT a meeting of members of ithc committee Of the Benalla Racing Club at the Commercial Hotel on Wednesday evening last, a letter was received from Mr J. E. Stewart,. ob jecting to the racing track being used for coursing purposes. Mr H. S. Johnston, the, president, was in the chair, others present being Messrs J. Noonan, H. Hossack, E. A. Simmonds,.T. Symons, S. Murphy and T. P. Egan:. . .: A letter was , received: .'from' the `..E.D.RIA., advising that :31st May was not available as a racing . date owing to its close proximity: to Yar rawonga on Saturday, 28th' May. It ws therefore decided to npply for "a'uesday, 28th ine, as a ditto for the Autumn meeting. OBJECTION TO COURSING. Mr J. E. Stewart wroto asking the club's assistance in the matter of his objection to the racing track being used for a' coursing track, thereby in. terfering with .training 'operations. Mr Simmonds move...
DIGGERS FAREWELL LIEUT. CARNEGIE [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938
DIGGERS FAREWELL' ' LIEUT. CARNEGIE The Returned Soldiere'. club roemn were orowded on Thursday evening of last week, when Dig gere met to farewell Lieut. Car negie, prior to his departure for Melbourne. Mr. G. Mason, the president, presi ded. Following 'the 'honoring, of the Loyal Toast, Mr Erlc '"'Brown pro posed the toast"of their guest, and in doing so said that his memory of Lieut. Carnegie went - back to pre war days, when he first came to Benalla. Lieut. Carnegie has made many friendships In" ' Benalla, and while all. were sorry.' to see himn leave Benalla, they all wished him the'very best in his new home. Mr It. I. Bourke said that he had known Lieut. Carnegie as a Regimen tal 'Sergeant-Major of the 'old Im perial School, who had turned ordin ary citizens into good soldiers and had made the A.I.F. The speakers' remarks were endor sed by Messrs R. J. Murray,.S. Mur-: phy, J. G. Cannon, L. DI. Fawokner, R. McCrickard, M. G. B. Meadows and many others. . The chafrman then pres...
FOUNTAIN—CLARKE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938
FOUNTAIN-CLARKE. A pretty wedding was celebrated at Holy Trinity Church on Saturday last by Rev. C. M. Kennedy, the con- tracting parties being Miss Doris May Clarke, daughter of Mr and Mrs J. Clarke of Swanpool, and Mr George Keith Fountain, son of Mrs S. Foun- tain and the late Mr Fountain. The bride looked most attractive in an embossed cream matalasse frock, and she carried a sheaf of irises. The bride was given away by her father, and was attended-by. Miss Gladys Clarke who was in gold silk net over taffeta. She. carried a sheaf of gold &nbsp; roses and gladioli. Mr Clifford R. Fountain attended the groom. A re- &nbsp; ception was later hold at Gribble's Cafe. The bride's mother received the guests in a beige tailored suit with a shoulder spray of hyacinths. The bridegroom's mother was in a navy. blue tailored suit. She pinned a posy of Cecil Brunner roses to her furs. The happy couple are spending their honeymoon at Cowes. The bride travelled in a marina blue f...
TATONG NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 6 May 1938
T* ATONG NEWS AT -meeting of the Tatong Foot ball Club, Mr E. Lewis was elec ted president and Mr C. Coghill sec retary, with Mr H. Lewis , assistant secretary. On Saturday, May 7th;, a scratch :match will be played at Swanpool and at night a dance will be held-)0t Tatong Hall. .After??tarting with a good' credit balance.laat season, the football club wasJeft' in a very untlnancial, poel tion at the end of the : year. It is hoped that new committee will soon have the club's finances in a good position. The Tatong Dramatic Club is hard at work on a new play, "And Home Came Ted," which will shortly be staged.
SWANPOOL GOLF CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 13 May 1938
SWANPOOL GOLF CLUB THE annual meeting of the Swan pool Golf Club was held at the Swanpool P.O. on April 27. There was a good attendance of members. Mr P., Branigan was re-elected president of. the club for the coming season, with Mr Alan E. IMarston, hoen. secretary, and Mrs W. Hayes, hon. .treasurer. . Mr Branlaan paid a tribute to Mis see W. Hayes and I. H. Camern the retiring Joint hon. sees., for the cap able manner in which they. had car ried out their duties. The club is looking forward to a very successful season, and It Is the intention of the committee to intro duce a greater variety of events to the programme this season. Mr J. Oleeson was welcomed to the club as a new member and commit teeman.. It was decided to hold the opening" day on Saturday, 21st May, and a cordial invitation to Warrenbayno and Warrenbayne North clubs Is ex tended to them.
Well Sinking and Water Divining [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 13 May 1938
Wel sinking and Water Divining MR. W. J. CAREY, of Goomallbee, I. open for engagement as above. Competent woll sinkers. employed, ~ll work carried out under Mr Carey's personal supervlslon. Mr Caroy has had 85 years practical gxperlenco In well sinking, and. water finding, and during the last two months has found water and sunk wells .for Measrs Ledgerwood (St. James), Chanty and Walker (Violet Town), Henderson (Iloweya), Cook (Goorambat). Manon (Ilenalla), Denman (Goomallbee) and two wells for Mr W. Pearson, MAld land Highway, Benalla Agent for Alaton Windmills. Wind
GOLF NOTES ANNUAL MEETING OF NORTH-EASTERN ASSOCIATION. CHAMPIONSHIP AT YEA. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 13 May 1938
. GOLF NOTES ANNUAL MEETING OF NORTH EASTERN ASBOCIATION. CHAMPIONSHIR AT YEA. The annual meeting of the North Eastern District Golf Association warn held In the library, Wangarntta. last Saturday. lBelegates were present from the Beechworth, Benalla, Jubll I lee, Waratah, Yarrawonga, Yea. Wan garatta, Mansfield Myrtleford and Yackandandah clubs, and apologies were received from Golden Vale and Everton clubs. There are 31 clubs affmiliated with the association. The election of office bearers for the coming aeason • resulted as fol lows:-President. Mr H. H. Guy (Bleechworth); secretary, Mr A. Fisher (Wangaratta): treasurer, Mr C. F. Henry (Wangaratta): executive, Messrs L. Sayers (Benalia), W. Smith Jun. (Wangaratta), ?I. M. Lin coin (Myrtleford), and O. Castles (Yarrawonga). This year the North-Eastern cham plonship will be played at Yea and Yarrawonga was allotted the cham pionship for 1939. No action was taken regarding an application from Mlansfield to hold the championship in ,1...
LECTURE ON HORSES TO MEMBERS OF GOORAMBAT YOUNG FARMERS' CLUB. AT MR. H. HOOPER'S FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 13 May 1938
LECTURE ON HORSES TO MEMBERS OF GOORAMBAT YOUNG FARMERS' CLUB. AT MR. H.HOOPER'S FARM. A DELIGHTFUL and profitable. morning was 'enjoyed on Satur day, 7th May, by members of the Young Farmers' Club at Goorambat, when they visited the farm of Mr .H. Hooper for a lecture on horses. Mr Hooper has beern keenly Interested In farm hgrses for many years, and he Is a member of the Advysory Council of the Y.F.C., and his daughter, Iris Is secretary of it. The day was beautifully fine, and the view of the surrounding country from the farm very impressive. The lecture was preceded by a short address by the Club Leader, who pointed-out the high position held by agriculture among industries, the ndlspenslblllity of the horse, and the good fortune of the club in having a man like ?ir Ilooper ready to help them. In Introducing his topic, Mr HIooper stated that he had beetn interested in farm horses as a hobby for many years, and began exhibiting in shown in' 1919. (Mr Ilooper's exhibits are well k...
ASSOCIATES-HOLD-OPENING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 13 May 1938
'firA-ASSOCIATES HOLD-.OPEN INGO DAY. Aassociates of Ilenalla Golf Club i'old their o~br?nng day;.on Wednesday last in warm weather.`s Ovwing to ethe fact that a -ntimber o?'f neighboring 'clubs held thhli?? opening the. same )afternoon, vlitors r'wore 'only present" 'from Golden Vrile? Club..` A 12 holai ""Canadi'an foursomes event was !won by. Mi.ssoes M. King and' Mn:'Illingworth. '" . The :'tropiles were presented'by the president, Mrs HI S. Johnston. A refreshing' after noon tea wasb enjoyed bY all. Caords i handed. in wero:;-Misses M., King and M.: liingworth (17).- 42iMrs Nason and Mrs .Johnstonh (13) ,43:; Mrs ounn nand Mrs Oliver :(22)44; Mziss Herd rsid Mrsr Cowan (18), 47; Misses Cooper and??. 'Bennison (12); •48; Mrs Brown and" Miss Ilnnonor (20) i:; Miss Wann and Mrsa L Ledger (13), 12; Mr'i Sutton and' lrs;"Lynch (24), 52: Mrs!Chldlow and %Mrs ;Talb?' chino (24), §8:; Mrs Riyan ianld 'Miss M. O'Shea, (1i), l`.0
Factories' Registration [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 13 May 1938
Factories' Registration Under the, Factories and Shops Acts the, occupier of ..overy 'ho In Vlctoria I.' required on Or beforo;ithe 14th' of May in each year to forwa~rd nr prop-: erhy tfiled In "regletrathon form 1 clth the. prescribhed fee to' the i Chief In-. Spector of Factories, Meolbnourne. The ponalty.forl'lef?ftilt Is £10: Forms are, obtalinable from any Inspectori of Factorles or at p.olice statlons. No dhleet remlinders hro''?sent to. those coneerued. The onirs s on them; to tttIen to the inltor In the time. stated.
GOORAMBAT C.W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 13 May 1938
: GOORAMBAT C.W.A. loorinhat l Ort nchl of tie C.A. vwa': lield liist Thtursday f ILiteOnoon in.. tho :leohnnlic's (T1,ll, when thero wa? t-fnlr attendancn::". . I3lforlo tuslnek?i't . commenced,.- Mr'ls inni extended a!' wanrm welcrom to breo liow membeori from Devenlosh. The secrotaryyrai adja letter which fail. lion .received from the secretnry of h'ncnpnctlntedlh,- Nour?e' Home In Citnforliiryl a??klng'for a ldonnation to anslst In; the liullling of an extra ilrig to polrpettiat the memory of the iounderr.MisAn Anlle hlroomhllil, whoiso, leath t(olt :hlteb?'jlunt: ricontly. It wats tecihedi to snoul a iflntio ln:l AIllliotbI .?ith regard to the IF'm-. ilre falllv;were tihulnlid indl itWisR io?r:ldel - fo. hold a waltlling comlpell lon durilg the evening. Mno?y 'detatls denling with l the coh feroneqno i Mteltiburne _ early next month. were dlicllcsnCd nnd the .Irlncll iR,.hopefll l of havinlg the honor f n~eelni 'noni'n At Its menhmber enry irst prlzeR with exhibits. Qulto na nu...
ROBINSON & MONDS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 13 May 1938
ROBINSON A 'MONDS. ROBINSON & MIONDS report hav Ing held their usual fortnightly market in the Benalla Corporation Yards on Tuesday last, the 10th inst. ,We had a good yarding in all classess of fat stock. Competitiori wa good with values'on a par with late rated: We can 'qtote:- -' FAT CATTLE: r TLight, weight bullocks, £8/7/6; '£8/10/, 0/81/ to £o/7/6:"'prim steers L£1, £1/107, £6/i/ to C61/: 1/ fat helfern £4/7/0;" 4/10/. £5 :'to £6/10/; fat cows. £13, £3/10/, £3/1?;1 £4/2/' to £6. DAIRYY CATTLE. Cooed cows i?with' calves ac foot £60/l7/ to £6/10/, others £2/10/' £3' to SB TORE CATTLE: Wi hajd a ?e 'n'of :ell bred stoeo heifers 2 toI year old which manindo 3 O 2 yer old steeois to 2/G/.; Ai good yarding of :"primi. quality sheep, competition. keen'and: prices on an- par with' previousRmairket rates;: Fat weotheirs 1'/ '2t /3;I 22/,:'22/0;, 25/. to :27/4: fat" Iambs ll/0;,I10/10; 17/3 20/3 to 24/0I ftat oeiwes; 20/6, 22/, 24/3 to 25/10. Only a medium yardingf with values e...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 13 May 1938
:m 4 ?umolin?ltmmt5IMiltSMittllmmll~OagAwu?Otginm?attutuotIl CUTLERY All Cutlery may be purchased in Single Pleses as required. STAINLESS CUTLERY CAN. TEENS PROM 14/10/. BEST QUALITY HECWORTH A.L. PLATE, PROM 17/11/ to 112/11/. ART CHINA AND HAND. MADE POTTERY ART CHINA AND HAND*MADO POTTERY. Tea Sets, Dinner 8ete, Supper Sete, Fruit Sete, Vase, and Bowls in good colorings. INEXPENBIVE oIFTL Latest Designs In Royal Saul. `t *' r ton Tea Cups and Sauseri. Also Fruit Bowls and Sand. wloh Dishes. G L . GOLF CLUBS 3, .NEW SEIAION'S CLUBI NOW OPENING. Heylake Ironse, E1/. Hoylake Woods, !7/ ,•New "Sermson" Precision Irens a/l. " New "Sar?son" Preolsion Woods S12/ Presh Golf Balls, Tees, lags, Hiekery SShafts, Iron., from 10/S sash Printed and publeihed by Jobsh" Oure O'Shea fo ep g 'ro rjy at - 'II'airan" omce. Meg r Street, ;e qg, SECURE BEST POULTRY FEED FROM Evans Grain and Produce Coy. CARRIER STREET, BENALLA SPECIAL CHICK MASH BABY CHICK FOOD GROWING GRAIN. ALL POULTRY GOODS STOCKED...
THOONA FAREWELL POPULAR RESIDENTS MR AND MRS H. GARRATT ENTERTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 13 May 1938
THOONA FAREWELL POPULAR RESIDENTS MR AND MRS H. GARRATT ENTERTAINED. Prior, to lving Thoona, 'Mr' and Mrs H. Garratt were ten. Sdered a farewell evoning by the resadents when the hall was packed to the doors. In thu tunoivoidahbl absence of Cr, J. B?vwdern; ttlh chair wa 'occupied by Air G.Bloy wh? a l o' ,oeplailneld the reason. for the : gathering, . and ex pressed oregret at. the departuro from the district: of two -such . worthy citizens. Spealcingi an secretary of tlie Thoona Footlball Cllli, a posltloin which AMr Carratt formerly hehl, 'Ir wished them. botht the boet of luclk wherever: they. went. IIIs remarks were endrlor'e by Moesr5:A` Moore ('r(ontll Cilub),.: V. Lindholm, "W. Walker and 1).. Forris. AMr.r1iJones then prenented Air and Mlrs Oitrratt wlth a beautifull chiming clock,, and taleo presents for their two small `children,. On'rrimsng to respond, ,lr Clarrlit was given at rousing reception. Tie thankled ill for their kind remarks endc lgifts, rand.- ttld they would...
Benalla Wins Cricket Final Poor Showing By Badda innie [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 13 May 1938
Benalla Wins Cricket linal Poor Showing By Badda ihan The season's cricket was concluded on the Oval on Saturday last, iBenalla proving victorious by 17 rune. The match was in a very interesting position when play was resumed, Baddaginnle requiring 103 runs to win with all wickets in hand.. After their recent sue cesses, this did not appear a very formidable task, particularly as the wicket and outfield were in splendid condition, but probably owing to Inexperience, coupled with the importance of the occasion, the lads did not reproduce their beet form. Early disaster overtook them in the lose of their six wickets' for 18 runs, the only bateman to show any confidence to this point, being Ben Cook, who promoted from his usual position of last man in, to that of opening batsman, defied the bowling of Cleary and Robertson, whom all the other batsmen had been flattering, and consequently getting themselves aott. A bright partnership of 64 for the eighth wicket by Lloyd Robinson and Lloy...
FOOTBALL SEASON OPENS TO-MORROW [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 13 May 1938
FOOTBALL SEASON .OPENS TO-MORROW'. The Tatong, Football ,Clubi, hid a practice, game on: the :Swanpool grour)d. on Saturday, last. They.ro hoping to field .a strong ,teamr! this season. STatong Team. The opening match 'i , against;i All Blacks..to-morrow0,; Tho'b team n will' ho chosen' from" 'the ";following:'2'1., II. Smith, B. W. Lews;. Si, Evairi, O. Mclnitosh; C. ; Cottell,i FI cCauley, ,v. .Dennis,: J: awley,: R., Newman, T. .Sullivan,: J;.: Monaghan O,? Lowis, ,W. .Burns; 1P.' Burns; C?. Thoiins, D. Cog hill, S; Clement~i C IIt?ghan :and T. McCauley;'. All B!acks Team.: tei?, folltowing team; will ropresent thoe All Blacks:~iBeard, McN~amara, J. Doherty, Terrott,l;'iatthawle .,IMurphy, :Crimmins,' -lRichardson,.: Iiakings, KYallis,!..Kennedy, J; Doherty,. Busso, L.aDpherty, MAullins, ,Waters, Wilson, Davis .:Clarke. 19th: -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 13 May 1938
A REMINDER HY. HAVE BROKEN BRICKS IN YOUR FIREPLACE USE ONE OF OUR FIRE GRATES to Save Work ALSO MANY OTHER WINTER LINES TORCHES BATTERIES LANTERNS ELECTRIC LIGHT GLOBES RABBIT TRAPS AND NETS CARTER & CO. CARRIER STREET. BENALLA Watts,T urnbull & Co STOCK, LAND AND FINANCIAL AGENTS HEAD OFFICE, EINALLA. BRANCHES.-Wangaratta, Rutherlien, Dookle, St. James. Devenlsh, Violet Town, Eoros, Yea and Mansfield. Stock Sales also conducted at TarokL, BSthbolte, Rolff. Brimin, Bonnie Deon and Longwood. AGENTS FOR t The Famous "Cooper's ~Oi'p" (Manufactured in. Aus .Thes citi or of Estates of ]Deiasuedrmes.--...` The Cfnmertahl Union Fire Assasancl Co. L?I. London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, and Finance Company. Sub uAgents for Australian Mutual Provident Soelety. Trucking Agents for Watts, Turnbull and Co., MelbOurne. SWe also have a big selection of Houses ud HOUSE AND BUILDING BLOCKS for Private Sale, and Intendlg buyers should make a point of seeing our IIst. LOAN...