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GOLF SEASON OPENS BENALLA CLUB'S SUCCESSFUL AFTERNOON. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 13 May 1938
GOLF; 'SEASON OPENS BENALLA CLUB's SUCCESSFUL AFTERNOON. iVER fifty -pairs took part in a mixed foursomes event over 12 holes to mark the official opening of the season of the Benalla Golf Club on Saturday afternoon last. The day was warm for golf but some - good cards were returned. During the afternoon the presldent (Mr A. W. Grubb) in officially de 'claring the links open for play- said thatr they regretted having to limit the membership of the associates for week-end play, but the links were still open to associates who wished to play during the week days only; The associates provided a tasty afternoon tea. The event for the afternoon was won by M. Illingworth and Miss Laura H11111 who returned a card of 62-18-44. Other cards returned were:--C. Ei and Miss M. O'Shean, 58-12-40: Ver non- and Mrs Gunn, 62-16-40; G. Oliver and Mrs Oliver, 62-10-40:; L. Boyce and Miss M. illingworth, 66 18-57; R. Wilkinson and Miss New man, 06-8-48; E. Malone and Mrs -Malone. 04-18-48; L. Chldlow an...
Engineer's Report [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 13 May 1938
'' THE engineer (Mr Fawckner) re ported at Monday's meeting .of the Benalla Shire Council, his report being received except where other wise stated: Devenish Riding. Boundary Road, Boxwood.--atis tory progress is being made with the work on this road, the section north of the school being almost complete at the time of the last inspection. Benalla-Yarrawonga Road- (Joint works with Mokoan Riding).-Tend-, ere were received for three contracts on this road on 27th ult. The tender of E. T. Roe, £692/16/, for Contract 18R121, was recommended to the: C.R.B. for acceptance and has since been approved by the Board. The tenders for the two remaining con-. tracts were considered too high and these have been re-advertised for ,to day's meeting.-Confirmed. Mokoan Riding. Moroney's Birdge.-The re-deck of this bridge and repairs to hand rails etc., has been completed. Earp's Road.-This work Is pro ceeding very satisfactorily and at the time of last Inspection was almost complete. Central Riding....
C.W.A. Younger Set Hold Enjoyable Dance [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 13 May 1938
ECW.A Younger Set ibold inoyable n Danip _I~EM3I3E1 S of tlho Binalla C.W\%A. Younger Set .held :'inother of ther.''monthly danc les at itho?tlo emon orial H-n on Tuesnday ,.eveningt lout,. when there was at very largo-'attend-.l ance. All present spent na Jolly ?I,, ?'. The Nllnerva Dance 11Band. provided:. enjoyable titlulhi and the membelrs nerved a tanty stllpelr;. The president, Mnlls,;loyce eJalcekon, woe In a frock of lwhlte satin; ?whllit Mllen TLaura Illll,, thl ieereltary, wore a frock of eyclnlllonllgeorgotto. Among those l'prHenOt were:- Missn L. llbertson, floral •georgetteO Miss V. Drummotld, Iloral georgette: MIsls L. Calder; sky blue ri nrocaln Mlls P. Keaneyl'?c..r-onfeireen ti n'an Allen "I.FarsoH .Igroeen toffeta. MIen 1M. Tyrrell' bhlack taflletan ' MIln A. lBrown, cyclamon velvet Minn IP. Ilokln, '-lloral matalnseo MIss J.; Kay, whlte floinal chiffoni; MIss D). Ilsilly, white floral tliffeta Ainr I~. GClnnlvan, blue taffeta:: NMr Humphrey, hIlhlc Iloral georgett...
MILITIA NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 13 May 1938
MILITIA NEWS! A TEAM of 12 from tho' 18thl Bat SLtllon Behnlla, :-visited' Weangar atta on WVednes?ay evenirng iand fired a match against 'thbe :Wangarlitta monmber; on the miniature.'- range In the Dri all. Ha :Afteri' anexciting fintlish ib ho-h o teanm.wonr by 4103 th 482.° Theo beot score off 'th rifle, 4.1, scoresa were:?-Cpl'. Tilly :40, ig.. D. event weont to Sgt. D.' A.: Stewart.. The scores weIro:-CpI.ReItll '460,'Sgt D. Stow'art 5415,. Cpl Chiveri 43, Pte.: foo 42, ''Sf-t Payne 41, '-:Ci1 "B'urns and Co.det Abbott 38; Ptoi. Ackorly 37, Pte. ivane. 33r . Cadet Thoman l3, Pte Reid; Pte: Donseor20.': t Th'd'Bonrilla team wasn'entertained at n'uppyer by the W anuriatia "nmembers of tle Iailthlion end fiter wn ich- Calit. "pTioronblui n. O.C. of thimCompany; presented' the lirloen to the wlinners of the virlous sections, It .in- proposed thata:' return match he fired at rBenallaeDria'i H'tll on: 26th. On" Saturday the : 56th .. ?attallon Militia "will? complete: the . annual co...
Health Report [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 13 May 1938
Halti Report 'AT Moriday meeting of the Shire Council the health Inspector, Mr Watson, submitted his monthly report which ý was received except where otherwise specified: Early in the month it was reported to me that there wan a dead horse on the Shepparton road, and upon Inves tigation I found the horse lying in the creek bed at the side of the road about 7 miles out from Benalla. Be ing under the impression that It was a Country Roads Board job, I inter viewed Mr Woods, C.R.B. engineer, on the matter. He assured me that the question of responsibility in such cases had been- thoroughly Investi gated and It was decided that the Council was responsible for the cost of disposal. However, the position was such that there was no time for further Inquiries to be made and on behalf of this Council I instructed Mr W. Hoskin to remove and dispose of the carcase. Slaughter Yards and Business Premises.-Inspections of slaughter yards in the Shire showed them to he clean and well .kept. During ...
New Golf Course [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 13 May 1938
New Golf Course A public- meeting was hold at the Broken Creek school on Moniday night to consider the possibility of fornilng-a golf club in the district. The meeting was well attended and the=.proposal that a club be formed 'wads :enthuslastlcally received' thd carried ,by the meeting. Offie' beairers elected wero:-Preo sident, .Mr C. Wright; vice-presl dents, .,Meosrs R. Davis and R. V. .Wright: secretary and treasurer, Mr R. J. Phelan: committee, Mesdames R. V. Wright and Miss . A Spinks; auditor, Mr D. Ham. Th-e. ibetif Instructed'"the .com mlttet t invesutigate the' eultability btf certain sites for the "pgopoeed course and to report back-to-the next geieral meeting which will be held on
C.R.B. Members Visit Benalla EXTENSIVE TOUR OF BENALLA DISTRICT Many Works to be Carried Out [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 13 May 1938
R.B. Members Visit Benalla ': EXTENSIVE TOUR OF BENALLA DISTRICT ";;': Many Works to be Carried Out Members of the Country Roead. .Roade ++Board-Messrs F. T. PslJrickeo (chairman), W. L. Dali ? and . . D. MoKeni.e-visited Benalila n -Friday last for the t.''?urpe.e of- making -an extensive tour of the Shire. As a result of ti +tir visit it was decided. that a :'new bridpe would be erected at G'odomalibee, and in all probability ' ;? i main ; bridge' in Benallma will e: widened. -,On arrival on Friday morning the vilstors were mniet by the Shire Preal (sent, ,counclliors and. officials and es corted t"o, the Munlepal . Chambers where. an oficial welcome was ex tended to tiem ' .. ;Those present included Crs T. a'B. Cook (president).; A. Harrisoi, W. Aames. ED. Bleske, .Wiedemann, M. P. Cleary. T. Hanlon, J. E. Bowdern, F. "A.Cook a .t.A;., C. Stole, A. J. Sad leri"r;'J.T. Ingram, the shire secretary (Mr R. J.iMurray), and shire engin eer (Mr , ,D. 'Fawckner): ,The president said that...
VISIT TO BROKEN CREEK SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 13 May 1938
VISIT TO BROKEN CREEK SCHOOL. Mr Courtney; the -Y.F.C. Organiser. '"or the State, visited the 'Broken 'reek School and addressed. the- chil iren. . In an Informal talk with the chlld -en MAr Courtney, emphaslsed .the value of the young farmers' move nont and quoted many cases In his -xperlence in which a' school project. 'ed later to the founding of a success *uI farm on modern lines. ,. Him vialt has stimulated the. Inter. set in:the club" and Is likely. to- be the -ause of more children adopting pro-. jects. ..The head teacher of the school, Mr R. J, Phblan, will..- be. attending . Young' FMarmers' Lehool itn Melbourne durnsg the coming lolje vacation.
YOUNG FARMERS' CLUBS SUPERVISOR'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 13 May 1938
YOUNG FARMERS' CLUBS SUPERVISOR'S VISIT. ON. Monday, 2nd May Mr. Court ] hy, supervisor of Young.P;arm 'rs' Clubs, visited Broken Creek and loorambat schools, and delivered In plrlnng addresses 'to the children. As :is visit coincided witrt the meeting 'f the Young Farmers' Club at-Goor 2mbat.-there was a full attendance of ,embers who have left school. Mr "ourtney congratulated these. mem-.. ',ers on sticking to the club; and, des ,rlbed a senior club which met regtid 'qrly at Yarragon (Glppsland).'There vere thirty-five members of this club mnd all of them were over eighteen years of age. -. . During his 'ddress, Mr Courtpey 'tressed tl)e Imliortance of carrying ,ut farming in a scientiflc way, and *ave as examples the testing of cows 'or quantity and quality' of produc tion. Tho children were invited to ask luestlons, which. they did willingly. ttogether a profitable and pleasant 'our was spent.
U.C.P. Breach Explained LIBERAL BRANCH FORMED AT BENALLA ADDRESS BY HON. J. McEWEN, M.H.R. A Debate Challenge [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 13 May 1938
UC.P. Breach Explained LIBERAL BRANCH FORMED AT BENALLA &lt; ADDRESS BY HON. J. McEWEN, M.H.R. A Debate Challenge s'There was a well-attended meeting at the Memorial Hall on :'rSaturday evening last, when the Minister for the Interior, Hon. J. McEwen, M.H.R., explained the reasons for hi. break with the Country Party, He said "We tried to get British fair *play but failed." His remarke have created a stir in V.G.P.-circles and Mr R. R. Skeet, former chief president of the U.C.P, has issued ea h4 a : ..allenge to Mr McEwen to a public debate. Cr, '? a'B." Cook, president of "the ': BShire acted as chairman, and In In tprducing Mr McEwen stated that his, Mr McEwen's name, had had .?probably greater publicity in the Vic torian press than that of any man tot many months past. Mr' McEwen, in opening his ad .:dress, stated that this was .the first occaslon- since his election last Octo tbr, 'on which he had had the oppor -. tunlty of thanking the electors of DBenalla for the wonde...
FIFTEEN MILE ROAD RACE WON BY L. WARHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 13 May 1938
FIFTEEN .fILE ROAD. RACE WON .BY L.. WARHURST. .fi-E Benalla Cycle Club held 'a .", mile road race on Saturday last' which started at the State. Savings Bank. There was a good muster of 'riders, and a very good finish resulted in five riders coming up to the finish ing point together. L. Warhurat seemed to be the strongest rider and finished in front of E. Hall by half a length for a popular win. E. Hall was third and L. Green fourth. D. Warhurst gained fastest time 38 mln..21 secs. 'A. H. McMillan was finishing with the leaders but had the misfortune to hit a dog st Miller's corner and fell, receiving a nasty shaking. T. Glazebrook had the mis fortune .to puncture . on the. outward Journey and did not finish. On Saturday (to-morrow) the club will hold a 20 mile time trial com mencing at the State Savings Bank at three o'clock sharp,
All Blacks Football Club TWO TEAMS FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 13 May 1938
AD Blacks FootbaH Club TWO TEAMS FORMED. A T an enthusiastic meeting last .Tuesday at the Memorial Hall, the All Blacks committee decided to form two Junior teams. Thirty mem bers of the committee were present, and It was.decided to name the teams, the Red Blacks and the White Blacks. The committee are to be complmon ted on this move, as It will.provide a stimulus to young players and Im prove the. district teams by training juniors and bringing out talent that would otherwise not have a chance. The White Blacks is captained by STerry Dixon; Jack Ride,'vice-captain, .and the selector will be Jack Clipper ton. 'The Red Blacks' captain is L. Berry, J. Redpath vice-captain, and Jack Jones selector. The frst match of the Junior teams will be at the Friendly Societies' ground on Saturday, an a curtain rainer for the All Blacks and Tatong match. Red Blacks.-Dickson (capt.), J. Ride (v.c.) W. Perkins, B. Croxford, B. Green. T. Storey, P. Kennedy, M. .Forrest, .. Squires, I. Haley, I. Smin ...
SPIK DRY CLEANERS 15 CARRIER STREET, BENALLA PRICE LIST. MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 13 May 1938
SPIK ý DRY CLEANERS 15 CARRIER STREET, BENALLA PRICE! LIST. SuIts, 6/0; S Sults, 10/: Sult, extra Trousers, 8/: Coat and Trousers, 5/; Coat and Vest,. 3/e; Trousers and Vest 3/; Coat only, 3/; Cream Troue •oe, 2/6; Dinner or Pull Dress Buits, 5/6 and 6/; Pullovers, Cardlgan, or Sweater, 2/; Blazers, /6; Scarfs, 1/6; Buit, three piece (pressed only), 3/6; BSut, two piece (pressed only), 3/6; Men's Light Overeoats, 5/6; Men's Heavy Overcoats, 8/; -Th, 4d. LADIES. Costumes with short coat, 4/; Con tumes with lopg coat, 4/6; Top Coats, 4/6; Frocks, 4/; Evening Frocks, 6/; Skirts, Plain, t/; Skirts. Pleated, 2/6 to 3/; Woolle. Costumes and Frocks, 4/; Woollen Cairdigans and Golfers,
TATONG-THOONA DISTRICT FOOTBALL LEAGUE. DRAW FOR SEASON 1938. May 14. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 20 May 1938
TATONOGTHOONA DISTRICT FOOTBALL LEAGUE., DRAW FOR SEASON 1938. May 14. All Blacks v.. Tatong. Violet .Town, v. Thoona. '. Glenrowan, bye. M ay: :' 2? 21. . Glenrowan 'v. All 'Blacks .Tatong v. :Volet Town: Thoona, bye., Thoona v, Tatong' Glenrowarn v. Violet .Town ; All Blacks, bye., " J No play.' : " .. June 1 All Blackis v.? Thoona' : ' Tatong v Olenrowan Violet ;Town, bye. : ,June 18.. Thoona v. Olenrowan. :'' Vilolet Townl v.''All Blacks.' Tatorig, ye. 2Jun 25. Tatong-.v. All Blacks: , Thoona v. Vilolet Town. S, lenrowan ' bye.'. ;: . '. July 2. All Blacks V. Olenrowan Violet -Town v. Tatong Thoona,'-bye?.? " :. Tatong .v. Thoona Violet Town v.' Glenrowan All Blacks, bye., July 16. r Thoona v .All,:Blacks. Glonrowan V. Tatong ":Violet Town, bye. July. 23. Olonrowan v,' Thoona All Blacks v. Violet Town Tatong, bye.. July 30.: All Blacks v. Tatong " . '' Violet Town v.. Thoon" Olenrowan, bye :' ".' * .August. e G Olonrowan v.. All Blacks Tatong "v. Violet' Town Thoona bye.. S Augu...
FOOTBALL NOTES SENIOR FOOTBALL COMMENCES TO-MORROW. BENALLA MEETS DOOKIE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 20 May 1938
FOOTBALL NOTES SENIOR FOOTBALL COMMENCES TO-MORROW. BENALLA MEETS' DOOKIE. SENIOR football commences for the season at the showgrounds to morrow (Saturday) when Benalla are at home to Dookle. These teams al ways provide a keen tussle. Last season Dookle were successful in both home and home matches, but lBenalla were too good in the final. The committee of the Benalla Football Club are expecting to field a good team this season, as most of last year's players are available along with several good newcomers. Play will commence at 3 p.m., and C. S. White from the, League, has been appointed central umpire. Benalla's team will' be chosen from the following players:-Hlcks, Mac Lean, F. Glazebrook, t. and L. Spen cer, Slattery, McInneny, O'Connor, Cogger, Rhodes (2), L. Stevens, Emery, Dunne. Willis, O'Brien, Burnp, Wagner, H. Briggs, Goodman, Law ther.
Popular Sportsman Farewelled [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 20 May 1938
Popular Sportsman Farewelled | *^''; ; ''; ",* ^ ,,**^ i '' -'' ^ *'*-. :,^ '^ BY -BENALLA GUN- AND CLAY. BIRD6i OFFICIALS: Mr D. Ton?r'who received an appointment as a, Detective left; for Collingwood.on Monday, and who was a prominent figure in both the Gun a;nd Clay Bird Clubs, was ferewelled by members" at the Cornmercial, Hotel. "on Saturday' evening last. It was g'reatly. through the efforts of Mr? 'Toner, that both' clubs ranked high amongst the most progressive of Vico torian clubs, and through his departure Bonalla lost a great worker as well as a keen sportsman. ' Mr Toner ready to leave the Benalla Police Station on Monday , last. Ar lMauric Evans, who was ap dession to the guest of the evening, presided. lIe said that he was quite sure that' he success of Iboth, local gun :clubs 'was duo to: Mr Toneor's of forts,- and all, the members would hbe very sorry. to lose' him 'lid. was a one hundred per cent 'sportsmani anti gentleman, and while, all. regrettcd' his departure, ...
SEND-OFF TO MR. AND MRS J. MARTIN AT DEVENISH. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 20 May 1938
SEND-OFF TO MR. AND MRS J. ..MARTIN AT' DEVENISH. THE large crowd that attended the Dfvenlsh Hall last Saturday evening, spoke volumes for the pop ularity of Mr and Mrs J. Martin and their daughter Marjorie. Mr Martin has sold his property at Devnslah and Is going to Melbourne to live, and the people of Devenish felt they could not allow such popular citizens to leave the district without giving every one a chance to say good-bye to them. Despite the fact that there had been a big entertain ment' held during the week, It did not lesson the crowd on Saturday night. The hall was very prettily decor. ated the tennis decorations being still left for the occasion, and the stage was decorated with masses of gay colored flowers Those who wished to dance were supplied with music by the White Star Brands, and a large space was reserved for cards, many taking advantage of this favor Ite pastime. Visitors were present from Wilby. Thoona, St. James and Goorambat, as well as far away Mansfield A...
The U.C.P. Breakaway [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 20 May 1938
Thei iU.iC. Brealkaw . ,-H United country Party . dlrect Sattention .to the .attitudo of the lender of the breakalway section, iTr J., AlcEwen, M'P., Minister for the Interior; during the pnat .weekl, ay a statement Istlued on behalf. of. the U.C.P." executive itt the wek-liiid. "Members or the U C.P." the state ment continueos, "well know' that the leaders 'of, the, J)reakaways have .Vi? orouly attacked thoeir old organlsan Lfon during their recent, spleeches nd that Mr 'R. i t Skjet, 'ex-chler pIrel dent, who presided at .the last ,throe annual conferences, haln received bIls uill share of sdverse criticism. Mr Mcl~wen has bien the ' ost ' active, critic and probably more cauntle than anyone else.",: At AIr Mcltwen's inoetling it lion alla on Raturday, 7th May, a chal lenge was cnnveyedo to himin from Alr ikeat to publicly debate at ]lenanlll, :tatements which AIr Skeat claimed were Innccurnate. Mr ,tSkleat said lhe would allow MAr M?hrelwen to. select a alte to 'siut hi"mnelf. iM...
NEW GOLF COURSE AT BROKEN CREEK. TO BE LAID OUT ON MR. SPINKS' PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 20 May 1938
NEW . GOLF COURSE AT . BROKEN CREEK, ;TO BE LAID OUT ON MR..BPINKS' PROPERTY. iA FURTHER meeting of the newly formed golf club at Broken Creek Swas held last Monday night, and the Sveory', large attendance of prospective members indicates an even more nuc cesaful club than was hoped for when the' project was first mooted. The new course Is to be laid out on the: property of Mr W. Spinks, and arrangements are well in hand for the necessary working bees to make the course ready for play. It is hoped to have the oflcial opening on Saturday, 18th June, and _that date has been tentatively fixed. As there will be little expense in the laying out of the course, the club has been able to offer membership at the extremely modest subscription of 2/6 for men and 2/ for ladies. Golfers and others who aim to he golfers, are cordially invited .to avail themselves of the facilities for play at the Broken Creek Club. !. The membership 'promises to' ex ceed 'all expectations, as players from the sur...