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A Home of Empire Butter. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938
A Home of Empire Butter. ollI new butter factory recently :erected by the ]3enalla Dairy Co., :"woulhd please Alr Aldous Huxley with t:lin coinpounded chemistry machinery, bancteriology and humlanity that nll goael in the making of many tons of .butter.,' Ac somebody. once ?said, 'It falr:tnkes'nmy - breath away'" to .watch the ilashing? chronlum: plate. "and`stalnlesi sitoel;, and tlhe milk-like ,whiteness of the cream as it cascades down a (woll it .seemed to the "En nlRan", representative) a "ot of par ?',al bars, but the factory mmanager, .lr AlcDonagh, called them; cooling Although we couldn't hear ourselves :t" Ink for the mighty hum of 'many s'^ctric motors, and although every . within vilsion . was bending ov'er test tllbes or vats, we were d?ter mined to find out what does happen to the cream )beforo It turns butter fly-like Into golden pats of butter (somebody has called it that before, golden pats, I mean). As a matter of fact, you cannot very well call a few tons of butt...
ACCIDENTS AT CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938
rACCIDENTS AT CRICKET TIWO rather painful, though ,'not serious accidents occurred dur ing last Saturday's games. Playing for Friendly Societies against Goor ambat; Hle. Smith, in fielding a hall. returned from the field, split rthe webbing between the fourth and little fingers of his left hand, inflict ing a very 'nasty gash, and immedl -atoly left the ground: for medical attention. . Reg. Vales, captain of Goomallbee, also received -a nasty painful knock on theo nose whilst :attlng.,blt was.able:to resume later.
Return Trip, England-Australia, Five Days [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938
Return Trip, England-Aus tralia, Five Days THAT headline mado.e rnws a few days ago. :Theo::Newvay tBenallal Transport Co. made news when, they inaugurated at regular, service 'from Bcnalla tot Melbourneo. -? i Theo proprietor, Mr Jack MccManus, was in the "Ensign" oflice showing. us a photograph of his fleet' of five trucks.. We asked :him ^a few ques tions about himself -. He -said, :.?"my hobby Is: work,. although. I play; bowls occailonally, . for it requires a ! great amount of organlsation -to run a transport service:. You have to carry goods as quickly and as carefully as .possible." . ir arcManus first started in the motor btsinesp, and after a few years of this,: managed to run a truck ser vice. Eventually this had to be ahbandoned, and "after a discouraging period, with a three years' uphill battle, without once breaking the complicnted .sot of transport regula lions, lMr McManus is now on a fair way, to success. His, policy is. ser vice, and always on time. It is interest...
MYSTERY LAND [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938
MYSTERY- LAND: HEGATInRED'D some. tIritorolng n e H 'f'rofr '.i ' iind iMr. Spitzer, tile ipopillar young, couple Who can .b fouind in the rday, tlio at Rudins, the draplor?': in Bridge Street. SMta Sptze?r was i Iu.nall4 "diring tlat mnomentous tline-tho, revolution. Very i'eticrnt to speakn of her-'peronal oexporloncr , thoe sleoopy dark eyes ofI hecrk mlst Ilve seen manycurl oil exciting things. .Ar Spilizloe, on ,the othidr .hand, conies -fro that'little lknown country Ihuing?nl. At theo priront time I be llove, tlihoroe.a only a'out twelvo true Hiungarian'H in Victorla. KXeeI on ternls "r, Spltz~r Is i great't frlond'of "tli , great TIungarIan tennis' player, M.: Syahnido i .(pronounce It naiy way you like). 'Woe can 'expect. -h .visit very ioon .rom tyb more' Hungarlan tennis plyoers, nables whichf" have not'lbeen reveoled 'to' meo; ' . .To' b honest, we had to look atthe mnaprt Ithbe "brialgn"- o'fc'e to malk quitd dcertnil c ivheoheroHui'sin y ' really f"oound itself. l".uda...
SPEED COURSING Another Large Attendance [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938
SPEED COURSING Another Large Attendance The Benalla 82peed Coursing Club's usual Wednesday night \ meeting was again 'a great suc cass, the attendance being larger than', the previous week, and all ' who ottended _ were' enter'. talned to an interesting ev;ning'li coursing. The organising secre dary;. Mr Wally Davis, had all ar} rangements perfect, . i. Details of the . coursaing are as fol WINTON .STAKE. CHARLIP HUMBUG M. VWeller's bd d,: Charli: lMlcawvbier-Olive Humhug. .. . :1: Bungana, J.: foylan's bk d ,;.... 2 Coombe Sheen; 3. Balley's bd d ..: 3 .Other ntarters.--Brazillian Angellne, Tho Pioneer, The White Trump.. ' :·LL"? oetting.-5 to 2 agst. Charlie 'Hum hug, 3,Bungana and Coombe Sheen. Time, 22 4/6 snea BENALLA STAKE. Fourth Division..' ROAMING.CNRISSIH; C. J. Hock ng's bd b, :My; Chris Mlcnwbor Lasslo's Promise . ..L.. . 1 Texans Dan, L. Jackson's bd andirr iv d............ . ... 2 Golden Smile, IH. Carr's hk and w d 3 Other Starters.-Limey, Shirley's Joy, Bonnle Mlicaw...
"SEARCH FOR BEAUTY" [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938
"SEARCH FOR. BEAUTY" M ISS RENE CARROLL, popu l l ar Ladies' I. Hairdresser, is delighted with tho'reception given ' hr new coiffure shop in"i the; Centre Arca'de' ? 1.' Before the design" was " `decided upon oseveral "'layouts':". of. excluEivo hairdressing shops of the city were examined, then .with ., her,. own in genionta ideas added, the '.present "Panslon" Salon was produced.'K The , "Ensign' representative. found a -cool; comfortable compact suite 'of alx or: seven cubicles, the asilent swing doors of each connecting with onei another. .This anables. tho..hair dresser to'movo.frori one to another with easeYr;-: :.;, LMies Carioll's a.livd potitib head could be soon bending' over this client; tlhen nimosit immediately at terivards would: be'seeon attending to' another client, two or .throo cubicles along. -. The really clover.part'of -itallentil the. fcet that every cubicle is entirely private, something. Miss Crrroll- x-f plalned, that was iiecessri y art far as. the ladlesp....
United Electors of Australia [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938
United lectors of Australia HT3E inaugural meeting of the 1Ben-3 alia group of the Uilted' Electors of Australa was .hold at the home o ! AMr T. La Peyro on Wednesday oven ing last. Those poresent:. included Revs; L. . V Wilkinson '. ande C(. A . Kennedy. AMoessrs T. L Peyre, A. Davies. J. Glilman, Denehy, MlcIntosh, I. Buttloer,, A. Russell and S. Sulllivan. Omfc-bearers elected 'wero 'as fol- lows:--Preol'dent, Rev. L If. Wilklin son; vice-president, Rev. C. M.: Ken 'nodyi; secretory, 'Mr Alan -Russell; treasurer, '?Mr Trevor La Peyre. 'Several important, matters weore didussed before members dispersed.'
Benalla Stock Market BOURKE & THEWLIS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938
Benala Stock Market I .OURKE & THEIVLIS report hav- ing hold their usual fortnightly market In tio ,,Cororration... iards,> 'Benalla.ý on': Trisday 'last the 15th' insi, when they offered a moderate yarding: of stock'to the:usual-attend ance of -the local:. trade and district graziers,: and a fair. number of out--" slders who operated in all sections of the market. The sale opened to good. enquiry,. competition , being. firm 'throughout;:.with prices ruling at fulls late improved rates; with the possible exception of fat lambs which= were over suppllcd and anything not prime quality" sold in the buyers' favor. A good ,clearance of all lines offered was made. under- the -hammer at prices which gave satisfaction to the ven dors. ;--. FAT SHEEP.;. A moderato yarding • with good quality wethers in fair request at full late rates. An over supply of lambs ,gave this section an easier tendency, with -prices not so good as formerly., Beast wethers 20/6 to 22/4; - prime lambs 10/6...
Big Mill at Merrijig. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938
Big Mill at Merrijig. Last year Mr Carter was success- &nbsp; ful in obtaining a lease from the &nbsp; Forest Commission of an area of approximately 6000 acres at Merri- jig, for the establishment of a saw- &nbsp; mill, and during the past nine months has erected an up-to-date sawmill which is now producing 100,000 super feet of building tim- ber each month. &nbsp; &nbsp; The forest area acquired is vir- gin, and has been pronounced by &nbsp; &nbsp; experts to be one of the best yet opened in Victoria. The timber comprises mess- mate, blue gum, mannagum, pep- permint, and above the snow line, one of the most sought after tim- bers in Victoria, viz., Woolly Butt. This particular class of timber is now extensively used for floor- ings, mouldings, and all classes of joinery, being specially adapted for these particlar commodities, by its hardness and durability, and beau- tiful grain, which is characteristic of this timber.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938
CARTER & CO. PTY. LTD. Quarter of Century's Progress Big Expansion Scheme for 1938 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The activity of the building industry in Benalla has in a great measure been very largely aug mented by the expansion of the business of Carter & Co. Pty. Ltd. This firm has been estab- &nbsp; lished in Carrier Street, Benalla, for the past 25 years, and has continued to expand and progress until it is the leading and lar- gest Timber and Hardware Emporium in the Benalla District. &nbsp; It was established over 60 years ago, by the late Mr Hugh Moodie, and was about 25 years ago acquired by Carter Bros., who successfully &nbsp; carried on the business up to the present time, and it is now controlled by Mr E. E. Carter, who by close attention to all the details of the building industry, has fully justified the esteem and respect in which he is held by everybody engaged in the building trad...
MATCHES FOR TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938
MATCHES FOR TO-MORROW: To be played on the ground of the flrst-named club:-. .. "A"Grade. Footballers v.. Goorambat.: . Diggers. v. Friendly Societies Baddaginnie v. Violet -Town. Dookie College v. Benalla. &nbsp; &nbsp; 'B" Grade &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Benalla West . v Devenish &nbsp; &nbsp; 3Methodists v. Goomalibee. Stewarton v.Railways. &nbsp; &nbsp;
Social Chatter [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938
d::·. .·-~··:r-- ·; I~ ;i· ··. ··-·... .Cha~ ···~-;-· ·, i" Th' engagement, is announced of Ann, younger daughter of. Mr 'rand' Mrs J. -P. Brenock, Bryant" Street,; Flemington (late of Bcnalla) to John; youngest son of MAr and'. Mrre J: McManus, Glenara, Arcadia. AMr and Mrs Laurence .(Bendigo) Iate of Benalla, will leave by the Orion next month for a trip abroad.; Mlrs Stephens (Melbourne) is at present holidaying in Bonalla and is the guest of Mrs G. Hagenauer. Mrs O. Reilly and' her daughter; Miss. Margaret Reilly, . have been spending a holiday at Mornington. Mr and Mrs G. Whytlaw, "Yacca," Benalla, intend leaving next month for England and will be accompanied by their two children. Miss Dorothy Standish has retur ned to Melbourne after spending the school vacation 'with her father, Mr WV. Standish. Mr and Mrs A. H. Chrlstensen have dliiposed of their Karn property to AMr Russell. Fltts of Humula, New South W?ales. They intend to reside at Wangaratta. . Messrs O. 1H. Hagenauer, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938
IENALLA CORPORATION MARKET TUESDAY, ist MARCH. WATTS TURNBULL . & CO. Will: hold their usual Benalla Btock Bale on the above date, when a full attendance of Buyers will be present -EARLY HNTRIES INVITED TRANSPORT PROBLEMS NOT NOW Neway will take Anything to Anwere NEWA MAKE .L` "NEWAY YOUR BEST WAY Our Fleet of Five Huge Transport Trucks is at your service, day & Night : I;:Neway Transport Costs are Amazingly Reasonable Farmers and Graziers Bisiness Men Householders With our Special Loading Our Daily Service to Mel. From a baby to a. house full r Gear your lambs can be care fully taken to Newmarket and bourne gives you safe, depend- of furniture you can be sure of landed 'there within six hours of loading. able transport for your goods. Neway. :i: ·--- -- Neway is the Best Way NEWAY BENALLA TRANSPORT Co0 Office Address: Corner Carrier and Bridge Streets, Benalla. Phone 109 Look for the Neon Sign. City Depot.--Carriers' Central Exchange, Queen's Wharf. Phone: F4002. ....
A BEAUTIFUL HOME [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938
A BEAUTIFUL HOME &nbsp; THE "Ensign" representative was shaken out of his "ennui" when &nbsp; introdced by Mrs Cowan to their home in Bnson nStreet. Three-.arches stipport tho" ropf;' one "placed ;at, the side,;.the' arches giving' access to dif ferent parts, of the house.. Thls out standing" house would " cause.:' any s.ranger. turn hie head; .and feel ern vlous "of;the spdiciouslacomfort, the pleasanti garden and thoe graciodsness of the whom lplace. The facIde' coneists' of two arched, and one at right: angles; IThe lounge room, apart from hbeing large, has .a window seat extending tho'full i.vidth of -the windows which In"'their 'turn extend;alm'ost the width of the room. The ceilings throughout are flbrous plaster, l'ut'- the extraordinary height of 'the walls command attention' for they, mlake for?coolness, .and give a feeling of, freedom: ,-The tonlngs are artlstically .chosen t:to sit the ewood work and .decoratlve plani of the 1ouse:.' The usual appertalnanc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 18 February 1938
S.O.S. SHEEP Graziers News for You Stomach Worms, Intestinal Worms and Fluke. ABFALTER'S SHEEP DRENCH has been so successful for all three parasites that it is now being made in large quantities. You are invited to Ring, Call or Write for your sheep parasite problems. PRICE 10/6 PER GAL. TREAT 900 SHEEP. A. F. ABFALTER BRIDGE STREET, : BENALLA &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; OMEGA. OMEGA SThe Watch of the century. Used by all who want precision, and time-keepers you must see &nbsp; Nicholls and Sullivan. Mr Nicholls will advise you the type of-Omego Watch you require. &nbsp; &nbsp; Jewellers to those who Require Quality &nbsp; NICHOLLS & SULLIVAN (H. T. Nicholls) BRIDGE STREET, Phone 375 BENALLA &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;...
"DOUBLE OR NOTHING" [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 25 February 1938
"DOUBLE OR. NOTHING"' SHOWING at the Bonallbh Talkhlo .onn Saturday and Mondnay, ."Double or, Nothing" depicts Bing' Crosby as the hero of a really funny film of how four., peoplo try. to mako money and get a :million; -It is a film built for latughing for everybody goes .,loony. Itls 'certainly not a film for thoseo wovh?iget ,palns from laughing. -Tho siupporting" film, "Nobody's, 'aby,' isn a lso a mlx-up deslgned: for humor,: a bahby' that lverybody clalms 'except the mother.'. The stars are Patsy Kelly, :Lyda IRoberts, Lynne; :Olrman and Robert Armstrong.;
TENNIS INTER-TOWN COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 25 February 1938
TENNIS INTER-TOWN COMPETITION.' lENALLA played Yarrawonga at ' 'Benalla on BrSatrdy 'last,: "'when the home team proved far too"strong for 'their opponents, winning: 10 ,rub bers 20 sets 120 games to 0 rubbers 20 ?'ets, 8 games.` Following are' the detalls:-. A.'A;:J. Beer v ."King, ,603::4; J. Ferguson 'v. H. 'Marlsall, 0-2, '5-0, 7-5; J. Burns v. O' Sharp, 6-2; 065f; S. Thomas-v. L. Rollly,' 16-2, 6-0; Fer guson and Thomas v." Marshall and King, 6-5, :3-6, 10-8;. Beer and Burns ,v. Sharp and Reilly, 6-4, 0-2; Mrs Forguson and ; Miss ;Brown' v.' Miases Muller and Rennie, 6-3,' 6-1; 'V. MnIs' se a.sankinson 'and" Stevenson,: 0-2, 6-2; -Misses Macklan and McGuinness v.' Misses Ilankinson and Stevenson, 6-2, 6-2; Misses Muller and Rennle 0-4, 2-6, 6-4.' .
BENALLA A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 25 February 1938
BENALLA A.N.A. ( VERY well attended meeting of the Benalla branch of the Austra lian Natives' Association was held in their new lodge room at the Memorial Hall on Wednesday evening. - Mr O. Fisher, president, was In the chair, and much 'business was dealt with In the course"of the evening. . MEMBERS AT.YARRAWONGA FUNCTION:. AMr Nicholson, .vice-president, .gave agood report on the' annual dinner and smoke night of, the Yarrawonga branch on Saturday l .evening last; at :which eleven o"-f ,the ,Benalla branch members-'were . prdsnL ., :AGENDA'FOR>CONFERENCE. A, sub-committee" was elected. to peruse the. agenda' paper for ,the -an nual conterence: to be held this year at. Sorronto;: aiid at' which :the ; en all;:ibbranch will be represented by the presaldenti, Mr G. Fishor, and the secretary, ?a Ir S. Sulllvan. NEW MEMBERSi WELCOMED.: Avery pleasanti feature. of the meetingwasi the election of - Mr' V. Evans and Mr N. I:C. ackstrom as full: beneflt: members .of the Benalin. branch. ...
TENNIS PLAYERS VISIT WANGARATTA ENJOYABLE TIME SPENT BY ALL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 25 February 1938
TENNIS PLAYERS' VISIT WANGARATTA ENJOYABLE TIME SPENT BY ALL ON Smndy last members or st. .Toseph'o Tennis Club paid. their ,nnuitilvlsilt to St. Patrick?'s. Club, \\Wngtturtit. Durlng theo afternoon Hsome veory Inleresting tentils was witnousedt; and noa the scotre Indicate, 'the itLttch was very evenly contested. 'i!he Irltnl relu1lts wvere:-St. Iloeph'o lJcttlla, 7 oets I.I gaines; St. PUt rick's, Wiltlgaratta, 7 doet 90 garneo. In the eoveing the visitors were tihe guests of the locall club at a: dlinner heol at Ileechntnm' Hotel. After the itnner, r Leo. Connolly, capttain of St. Patrick's clubl, congratulated the Benalla teamr on their victory, and roposed -the tonast of Ithe visitors. T'['his was rUliodetld to biy MAr Tom Waters, cap)tail of St. Joseph's llllub, Who thanked thie \angaratta -mem bers for their enjoyable entertain ment. lie then Invited thellt to ire tulrn the visit to Ilenalla tla soon (as Iosslble, and noasredi them of gouod time. Other toasts were proposed b...
DEPARTURE OF WARRENBAYNE RESIDENT FAREWELL EVENING TO BE ARRANGED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 25 February 1938
DEPARTURE OF WARREN BAYNE RESIDENT. PAREWE-Lt EVENING TO BE ARRANGED. -NE of the most popular residents wof WVarrenbaync, r WV. Briggs. will leave shortly.for the Rochester district, where he has bought a prop orty. Mr Briggs took an active in= terest In furthering the Interests of tho 'WarronbaYno district, ",having beooen secretary of tlhe Warrenbayne Golf Club, secretary of the New Year's Day` picnic, and a member of the school committee. ;`::H16?d iIl !were also -prominent in /the sportlng Ulfe of the district and they wll also be greatly itaied A-farowell e'v?n in&. is. being ara ned