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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 20 May 1938

· · .I ·· .··i·.-~7 -0· SMAS GO ELBORNE RICE I THIS BEAUTIFUL THREE PIECE SUITE SOLD IN MELBOURNE FOR £11/11/ OUR PRICE £9/15/. OTHERS IN GENOA VELVET WITH SEPARATE LOOSE CUSHIONS £12, £15/15/. BEAUTIFUL 8 PIECE SUITE IN TAPESTRY £6/19/6 SQUARES IN VARIOUS DESIGNS AND SIZES :From 25/. -- -- ---------- - - ------c-i-· / • STRONGLY..MADE OAK COMBINATION BEDSTEADS. 2i feet from 29/6; 3ft. from 32/6.' SEPARATE WARDROBES From 32/6. BE WARM "THISI WINTER. ANDERSON'S PURE ' KAPOK QUILTS IN LOVELY SHADES, 18/6, 22/6, 25/, 29/6. GUARANTEED ALL WOOL WARRNAMBOOL AND DOCTORJRAND BLANKETS Single 21/ and 2T/ per pair; Double 42/6. YOUR KITCHEN CAN BE ATTRACTIVE TO WORK IN. Cabinets £3/10/; others £3/19/6, £4/11/, £4/17/6. Chairs 6/6; Table 25/. Floor Covering, 6ft- wide, 2/11 yd. all designs. HUNDREDS OF OTHER ATTRACTIVE PIECES AT PRICES LOWER THAN THE CITY. CALL AND INSPECT TO-DAY. Finest Quality Linos, from 5/11, 6/11, 7/1.1 d?'.; Silk Net Curtains, from 18/6 a set.. Gent's Wardrobes, £2/10/ Co...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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1st BENALLA SCOUTS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 20 May 1938

.1st BENALLA :.SCOUTS By.. "Look O ut:J-:. P '. ON '.Thursday,- evening there ..was, a.. Sgood atteondance, and arrange. ments. wore:made for all. couts .to . moot at the tank 'house andd to con,; tlnue *with the troop to the' river to practice bridge building .Thlsprac tice is for competitions to, be hold at Numurkah on King's Birthday, Juno 18, to which we are invited. Further particulars will he published later During the evening a game, knot ting rounders, was played. Many ,funny. positions were called by the "batting" team, to tie the knots. After this poison ball was played. I will endeavor to give readers a description of the attempts at bridge biitiding,; and also of the_.: .correct'' Inodel in a later issue ,

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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HOSPITAL BALL AT BADDAGINNIE ON THURSDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 20 May 1938

SHOSPITAL BALL AT BADDAGINNIE ON THURSDAY NEXT. E~?ABORA T preparations are he Ing made for the ball to he held at the Baddaginnloe Hall on Thursday evening next in aid of the Wangar atta Hospital. The committee with Mesars L Rolls as presldent, and J. Williams and H. Mack as Joint hon. secretaries, are working hard to en sure its success, and they are hoping for a good attendance of the dancing publio. A Wangaratta band will supply the music, and a good night's amusement It promlsed all who at-. jend....

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BENALLA CYCLE CLUB HOLDS TWENTY MILE ROAD TEST. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 20 May 1938

1ý MALLA CYCLE CLUB ~HOLD TWENTY MuILE ROAD TEST. N 4atumday leut the Beniala Cycle .Club held aM0 mile road test, this:heng the first of- three trial .r? s to select five riders to represent esaalia In. the. country and Victorian te?u prelenrjhlp to be held in Mel, bourne on Monday June 18. RIder wee Flepatehed at two minute Inter VaL?. Blr* khouse and M. French h the misfoirtune to puncture, and they will be run over the course on a datO to be fixed Those who com leted the course, with their respec vet Umes are as follow:-T. Glaze brook, 42 mine 41i sec.; L. War burst, 12 min 10 sec.;: S. Hall, 52 min. 17 see.; B. Hall, 52 min. 47 ecs.: D. Warhuret, 53 mln 2 nees.; A. McMillan, 18 min 18 necs.: L. -reen, ? min. 40 sees.; M. Heard, 54 min 17 sees. UD MILE ROAD RACE TO-MORROW The Benalla Cycle Club will hold a 15 mile handicap road race to. mnorrow afternoon, starting and fin ishlng at the State Savlngns lank. Bridge Street. The course will be out and home on the Hlume High way, and...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 20 May 1938

AND THE BUILDING INDUSTR U. . I-- -ly - " IN THE MAINTENANCE and reconstruction of the huge buildings and plant of the Carlton & United Breweries, and in the reconstruction and extension of many first-class residential hotels throughout Victoria, many skilled tradesmen are constantly employed and great quantities of building materials are used every year. Brick Kilns, Steel Works, Cement IManufacturers, Timber Mills, Engineering Works, and many other associated industries, together with Architects, Engineers and Builders, all enjoy greater prosperity because: of these activities. The progressive policy 'of the Carlton :& United Breweries thus provides employment for thousands. It also ensures that C.U.B. Lagers, Bitters and Stouts are always brewed and.. :-' ..stored in buildings that are modern, hygienic and splendidly equipped. CARLTON PRODUCTS COMPRISE THE FOLLOWING BEERS: IOSTER'S LAGER * MELBOURNE BITTER 'A:,:BBOTS LAGER * VICTORIA BITTER ?':?in 'e At Carlton Sp...

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CORRESPONDENCE ROAD COURTESY FOR PILOTS. To the Editor, "Ensign." [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 20 May 1938

CORRESPONDENCE ROAD COURTESY FOR PILOTS. To thaet Editor, "Ensign."' Sir,-At the?last meeting of, the Air: Safety Committee of this councll the question'of a pilot having to make a forced; landing and finding that the only place on,'whlah he could land .was a road, was discussed. In some areas the, country would be so rug ged that It would hbe impossible for a pilot to land anywhere else but on one of the roads running through it, but It was felt that, if a piano were mak ing for a road to make a forced ?ind ing .,read users might simply take it that the pillot was flying low and tdot in difficulties It was therefore, re solved that we give some publicity to the fact that should road users ohb serve a plane making for a road, they should take it that the pilot is en deavoring to land and should give him every opportunity to do so. Should a pilot be forced to land on the road and trafeic continue as usual, results might he tragic. Road users would do well then to watch the movements ...

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GOLDEN VALE ASSOCIATES. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 20 May 1938

GOLDEN VALE A8SOCIATES. SGolden Vale associates held their officlal opening on Wednesday after noon in delightful weather. A twelve hole Canadian foursomes event was won by Mrs C. Perrin and Mrs A Urbahans. Trophies were presented to the winners .by the president, Miss A. ,,Day, I who extended a welcome to all the visitors, and expressed the hope that all had spent a pleasant after noon. A tasty afternoon tea was enjoyed by all Best cards handed in were:-Mrs C. Perrin-Mrs Urbahans, 62, 24-38: 'Misses M Illingworth-M. King; 57, '",t_16 2/3-40 1/8; Mrs' Sutton-Mrs :.Lynch, 65, 24-41: Mrs Johnston-Mrs .Talochlno, 61, 18 1/3-42 2/3;: Mrs: Murfitt-Mrs Malone, 67, 24-48; Mrs Mal' Ryan-Miss M. O'Shea, 60, 16 + 44;: Mrs Brown-Miss N. ITannon,. 64, 19 2/3-44 1/3; Mrs Gunn-Mrs 0.; 'Oliver, 64, 19 2/3-44 1/3; Mrs D.' McPherson-Mrs L. Jenkyn, 68, 23 1/3 :-44 "2/:; Misses Spaughan-Fry. 65, 19;.2/8-45 1/8: Mrs H. Simon-Miss Greville, 69, 23 2/3-45 1/3: Misses O Cooper-E. Bennlson, 57, 11. 1/3 45 ...

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GOLDEN VALE ASSOCIATES [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 20 May 1938

GOLDEN VALE ASSOCIATES Golden Vale associates played a handicap event over 12 holes on Sat ` urday last. The winner was Mrs C. -H.'Simon with a card of 64, 24 1/3 .-:40 2/8 Other cards returned were: --Mrs Marks, 65916-48:; Mrs Maebus 68-24-44; Miss Crimmlns, 68-24-44; 'Mrs Malone, 69-24 45; Mrs Sullivan, ."71-24-47;, Miss M. Rahilly, 76-24-51; Mrs Volk, 76 24-52 Mrs Stevens, 70 ; 24-52; Mrs Crossley, 78-24-54; Mrs Long, 82-24-58.

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WARRENBAYNE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 20 May 1938

WARRENBAYNE CLUB. A large gathering aesembled at the :-Warrenbayne links on Saturday for the opening day. Visitors were pres ent from Warrenbayne North, Swan pool and Benalla. The day was per fect. and a very enjoyable afternoon resulted. Mixed foursomes .over 12 holes and .ingles over 12 holes were played. H. James and Miss Gawley (18) 46, won the mixed, and I. Walker won the singles (11) 46. A very dainty afternoon tea was served and ,appreciated. 'The president. Mr C. Price, extend ded a welcome to all. He thanked Sthe Warrenbayne North ladies for -their offer to assist with the after ;tnoon. tea: He then presented the ;trophles to the winners. Mr R. Jenkyn, Mr A. Marston and Mr HR. McCrlckard thanked the War 'renbayne club for a very nice after noon and an Interesting round. A few of the leading scores re turned were: Mixed Foursomes, 12 Holes. H. James and Miss Gawley (18), 46; J. Young and Mrs W. McPherson (15), 48: W. McPherson and Mrs Seassons, (17), 49; W. Briggs and Mrs Je...

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Testing of Headlights [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 20 May 1938

Testing. of Headlightsi SOME members of the Royal Auto mobile Club' of Victoria do. `not appear to be aware of the fact that they are entitled to have their head lights tested free at R.A.C.V. service stations, The agreement between the club and the service stations provides that the contractor shall test the focus of the headlights of members' cars free of charge. If the contractor has no apparatus available for the pur pose, the R A.C.V. undertakes to supply it if 'the circumstances war rant.

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MURRAY COD HATCHERY EXPERIMENTS SUCCESSFUL SO FAR. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 20 May 1938

MURRAY COD HATCHERY EXPERIMENTS SUCCE88SFUL' 80 FAR. ,. , :.; -. TT was found last yoar that Murray 'cod touml beh hlatched artifleally, and .this yearthex oxprliments will be continued by' tho Flsherles and Game department to ascortain if the :moth. ods can be adapted ':to commercial needs. This will1not take place until October, when :theo' breeding' eason occurs.. If It.ls dbnone ucceosfully, the Chief Inspector. (Mi' Lewis) will. probably. make 'appllcation: to the 'Government for enough, flunds to. establish a small hatchery= at -Barmah' 'Lakes, : near Echuca, where the experiments, are being carried out, and "which Mr Lewis coisiders is an ideal spot for the work.? The close season for:Mtirray co4 Is from September to ' Novembher, in clusive' in both. Victoria and N.S .:, and it Is probable that both these States will continue this three month season for some years South Aus tralia has a two-month. season of September 'and Octoter only. "_:

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GOLF BENALLA CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 20 May 1938

GOLE RENALLA CLUB. Oan Saturday. members of Benalla ' 'Golf Club played a handicap event >tover 18 holes, n two divislone. Re. su ts:- . "A" Grade. T. T. Clarke, 81-10-71: L. BSayers, 78-5-73 0 Nason, 81-8-78; G. Cowan 3.6:8-12-74i E. Carter, 89-16-74;: 1. 'L'unn: 90--16-74; G. Oliver. 88-14-74; =B. Stephens, 83-9-74; Rev. Wilkinson, 'Is=18-76; 1. Thomas, 92-17-75; 8. :Mellor, 92-16-76; D.' Webster, 81-7 78 C. Perrin, 92-14-7g; A. Scholes, 2-18-79;' H McCardel, 94-15-79; N. '?,/Llndany, 100-18-82. "B" Grade. A Thompson, 89-27-62: W. Car :thew, 88-20-63; M. Cleary, 91-24-67; L'?Boyce, 87-10.688; T. Clarke, 88-20 -68; A. tUrbahans, 87-19-68; S. Sulll van, 90-28-68; A. Steele, 90-20-70; D. -`::Rellly, 97-20-70:; . V. Cowan, 90-27 7? 72: C. Elvlsh, 97-25-72; .M. lllng '`worth, 98-25-73; N. Edgar, 103-27 76; W8 MaNellly, 102-26-77.

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"HUGGING CENTRE OF ROAD" BAD DRIVING HABIT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 20 May 1938

-"HUGGING CENTRE OE ROAD" BAD DRIVING HABIT. O many complaints are made, that motor .car drivers in Victoria are not as considerate as those. of' some other places In the Empire,. that, we must seek a basic cause, because all the factors of human nature,. selfish and otherwise, are much the same wherever you go in English speaking countries. It Is surprising when bad road manners are spoken of to find that in a large number of cases they boll down to 'hugging the centre of the road." IHabit contracted before good broad roads were constructed must he held to be largely respon-" sible for this trait. In the old days; many roads had a very pronounced cumber and the motorist was 'comr? polled, In the interests of safety, to drive in the centre to relieve the strain of counteracting the "surfice' curve with the steering .wheel: ,The Country Roads Board has found- that these high cumbers are not so neces nary now as they may havde been iln the past, because drainage =methods have been imp...

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GOLDEN VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 20 May 1938

GOLDEN VALE. A men's 18 holes stroke handlfcap event played on Golden Vale links on .Saturday wasl won ,by ;, Long. Scores:-G. Long (24), 60: M. Leahy (25), 62; J. Gleenon, (22), 65: H. HMcKenzlo (24), 65; E. Vaughan (27), 88.

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ASSOCIATES' EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 20 May 1938

ASSOCIATES' EVENTS. SAssocifates played an 18 hole han. dlcap in three divisions. Beat cards :..returned were: "A" Grade. Miss M lKing, 88-14-69; Mis L. Gllbertson. 94-24-70; Mrs A. E. Stephens, 95-23-72; Minss O. Cooper, 88-1872 Missne L. Hansen, 95-23-72: Mies'M. O'Shea, 85-12-73; Minss P Calder, 84-21-73: Mies M. Bradshat, S96-22-73; Mrs G. Cowan, 95-21-74; ?"iMrs 'O. Nason, 94-19-75: Miss Ben nlson. 98-19-79; Mrs Armstrong, 95 12-83. "B" Grade. Mre Gunn, 94-31-63; Mrs Barwood, 99-33-66:. Mrs 0. Oliver, 105-34-71; Miss Herd, 106-34-72; Miss K.° Hanlon 103-30-73; Mine L. Hill, 102-28-74; Mines B. MacPherson, 101-25-76. "C" Grade. Miss M. Webster, 98-30-82:i;.nMl C. Carthew, 09-30-63; Mrs Urbahans, 110-36-74. :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 20 May 1938

'<<SECURE BEST POULTRY FEED FROM Evans Grain and Produce Coy. CARRIER STREET, BENALLA SPECIAL CHICK MASH :BABY CHICK FOOD GROWING GRAIN ALL POULTRY GOODS STOCKED3NOHd Works, 337. Pho.-.rivate 38 J. A. TERRETT & CO TIMBER MERCHANTS, JOINERY AND FIROUS PLASTER MANUFACTURERS COMMERCIAL ROAD, BENALLA FIBROUS PLASTER, JOBS FIXED COMPLETE. TOWN OR COUNTRY. verything o, tie BuildingTrade. O P .. O aPrii 1· j) NEWAY-BENALLA TRANSPORT 47 SMYTHE STREET, BENALLA. Telephone-B-e " Melbourne F4OtW. City Depot.-C/o Carrgr, Central Exchange, Queen'. P?art. Regular 8ervieo Between Benall, Violet Town and Melbourne. SPECIALISES IN STOCK & WOOL. Stock Transported with Special Trucks to any Part. ParUculars on Application. Ladies' Hairdresser 'CLAUDE WOOTtEN PRMANENT wAVE SPEOIALIST Xl ORaUBLEUS CAM, BUNALLA r .. - . , a,,. --_ NtwAN MAY is that merr month and it s ins to be a fairly cold one, too, but we dont i le e in o mind, for we make the pace pretty hot .." l...

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Football Season Opens THOONA - TATONG LEAGUE VIOLET TOWN AND ALL BLACKS VICTORIOUS All Blacks Defeat Tatong [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 20 May 1938

Football Seas Opens THOONA. TATONG LEAGUE VIOLET TOWN AND ALL BLACKS YVICTORIOUS All Blacks Defeat Tatong Last Saturday saw the opening of the 1938 season for the Thoona-Tatong Football League. Originally comprising six teams i':the All Blacks, Violet Town, Glenrowan, Tatong (with whom Swan pool have amalgamated this year), Thoone and Goorambat. the last named club now finds It Impossible to muster a team, with the result thpt only five teams will compete, there being two matches and a by; each Saturday. O)wing to the continued dry weather, the grounds were very hard, In fact at the All Blacks match on several occasions the players were partly obscured by the dust arising from the playing ground. All Blacks defeated Tatong in a well contested game by 8 ? goals 18 behinds against 6 goals 9 behinds; but Violet Town were altogether too strong for Thoona, who only scored one goal against their opponent's 20 goals. A pleasing innovation last week was the ":staging by the All Blacks of a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 20 May 1938

SJ ` ) 'ryl u :* N ' <"` ;I' " r \E m' ;KO Sx. .,,, ,, ' \4 a farU' ij (QNec ae' -:t .,,.·· *oraa I el %..,··I. *a~~ Yý~ ý ý: ; .;" ý ,-: ý ý cýº y NEWAY.#f ':- BENAI4.A :r. : TýROR. L"tOCAL AGEN A all all s a~ is tý N ; r. y-.d ýsx t M OTOR t hbe `.` "ý'ySiý_ý,' A"'' ?s i ýýý " u ý'Y,7"'tý@ý~ ý ' ;'w i ýý,%: A ~,s~e ýS: ',. : i;.;,,+ iý_ iC, 'l _ ;: : y 'Art y ~ \l ·1"'' ' SS,"~ ,41 'Sý4'. .",ýý[ 7 t - +',.S -ý ý V iV kf _ ýýF NEWY.BEN4ATRASPRT O. LOAL-AGNTý' OPTICAL SCIENCE HAS MADE POSSIBLE Shuron Jlustral 6lasses FOR YOUR SERVICE AND COMFORT 'AUSTRAL . SHURON SHURON . AUSTRAL LENSES FRAMES Are manufac- ?" Are of only tured from the .?;-, one quality. finest raw mat- The best styles erials by the .. "i in the latest most modem rn designs. They methods that add distinct guaranteed in iveness to the writing to be wearer. They of quality be- are guarantee yond question in writing and and are also 12 mons insured for 12 are insured for 12 months months against loss and bre...

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GIRL GUIDES [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 20 May 1938

GIRL GUIDES THE local Association for Girl Guides held.a4 meeting In St An drew's Hall on Tuesday, May':17th. Mrs G. T. Say presided. Mrs Blair (District Commilssioner), Miss Joyce Brown (Brown Owl), and sixteen members were present. The Guide Captain (Mrs Bakowell) reported that keys for the Scout Hall had been bought, so. that work at meetings would begin more , punctu ally. Brownies antd Guides were each supplying a -cup and saucer, for, use at their entertainments, and' any member of the LA who lsr not a mother of a guide or n brownle,' may care to help by piovlding a cup and saucer too. ' Instead of the Guides going into recess during the :.winter,:i Miss .L. Carter (Lleutenanit will take. the Junior Guides for ordinary meetings,! while commencing lfrom Monday, Oth June, Miss Sivlson, wll coach senior Guides and Rangers for their St. John's Ambulance badge. . Mrs Blair thanked all members for their help at the Guide fair which vwas such a financial success. The amount realised ...

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FURTHER CRICKET AVERAGES FOR SEASON [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 20 May 1938

FURTHER CRICKET AVERAGES FOR SEASON RAILWAYS STEWARTON." Batting. Batting. S.... .:. Inn N.0. H.S. Ttl. Avg . Inn. N.O. It S. Ttl. Avg. K. Thomason: 16 4'i.109x 578 .48.2. E. Osborne .. 19"06 124x 6539 41 5 L. Doherty .. :23 '.4 72X 4881 25.4 J.'Corboy .. ,19 4 67 391 26 T. Dykes .. 20 2 7 398 21.3. . 'Harker . 22 2 112 453 22.6 D. Stewart ...; 16 4 35x'138 125 J1 Kingston .J, 24 2 '73 456 20.7 . Wagner- .. 22 2: 24 20 1 '. I'L Corboy ... 11 0 97 225 20.4 A. ruttler 1.. .22 1 30 184 8.9 W Harker' ;. 21 6 43x 216 14.4 W. Bruce . .. 25 1 79x 193 87. J, oattlea ..' 20. 4 27 220 13.7 D. Costello ..;8 1 16 55...7.9 -. "Spinka'e .i.. 2. 0 .11 22 11 B. Carter .. .. 103 20x b1 .7.8 C. Harbor:e . .:"-154 L356x 125 11 3 K. Williams .. 5 15. 37x .7. 5.6W.' Love ..:' .'15 3 20 120 10 .H. Trueman. 1 16 38 54 . : Harker. ..':. -19 0 1 8 " 8.2 T. Price .. :.. "' .011 17 3.4 GO. 'Feldtmann ..:.14 :0 15 84 0 L. .tcaney". ..." 6 1 11 '26 5' .2. MH 'Corboy *.'.?:; 10. 4 17 35 1.8 R . .. . . . . . . .....

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