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Axeman's Appeal Upheld PROTESTOR APPEALS TO VICTORIAN ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 20 May 1938
iAxeman's Appeal UJpheld PROTESTOR APPEALS TO VIC . TORIAN ASSOCIATION AT a meeting held at Wangaraltta on SaturtdayL the: :North-?antern' and( 'Boider Axemnen' , Anensclatlon tOlheld 'tl'he alppeal of II . RI iDudley. lgailnet 1hl dlqualfllclation o for . tio 42 Inch ounderiland event at Tolmjl' on lFebruary 2G, In which li fnllsehed W: rJ ;'T rancle;bayo loIlnlehedeeenoond t. ' DJ'odley, lodgeid n. protect' 6n `tlie'the grounthatL t he, wlnner? had? ubhmlt ted Ineoinorrect leLrormnleen, and ilhe protent Iwa uplllahehl. The hearing ontld coneldleratlon or the [ppeal:l oceupled for- ho'ur, andll when the deecllon w announll ced I'rncleo lodged fin appealc wIth the Vlctoilahn Axemen'a AnnoelatlonI
SEND-OFF TO POPULAR MOLYULLAH RESIDENTS Large Gathering at Farewell Evening [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 20 May 1938
-END-OFF TO POPULAR MOLYULLAH RESIDENTS ;A veryv large gathering assembled at .the Molyullah Hall on . Saturday evening toesay farewell to two popular reaidente-Mr A. Yg:. ;. Berry and Miss Marie Nicholas--who ae to be manried on -Saturd;ay;, ,,nd will .lave shortly for Pine Lodge North.;.Euloogistic' r;feronee.??`' were made of the guests of the evening; especially to Mr 'Berry,,'. who had done much for the advancement of the district." ;::: ' The first part of the evening was devoted to dancing, - and .It was noticed that in addition to a bit gathering of Molyullah and. Ryan's Creek residents, people were also present from Winton, Greta and Ben alia. Amongst those present were Mr Derry's mother and 'father, who had come from Numurkah, to be present: Excellent music was -sup plied by the local orchestra, comprls ing Mrs Sykes, and Messrs H. Ton kin, J. Si'ks and' J. Sumner.. : ARRAY OF BEAUTIFUL PRESENTS. The farewell to Miss: Nicholas took the form of a, variety. cate .and ;the ta...
STYLES IN EYE WEAR [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 20 May 1938
STYLES IN EYE WEAR IN out advance " towards a higher standard of living, greater detail is given to our dress and appearance. We must have various garments to match the color scheme. We have chosen-necessltatingly more than one or two or more of each article How much more important It is to note whether our particular style of eye wear is correct, whether you are wearing the correct style for the par ticular. occasion: rimless for evening wear:; all shell style frames for sports wear, anrid he combination of shell ''nd gold'filled mounting for semi formal occasions or general wear It is necessary that you see well and equally necessary that you look well. Attention Is drawn to the advertise mient in another column, of Messrs Sutherland and .Glllman, resident qualified opticians, featuring Shuron. Austral 'style glasses Personal care and attention is' given to each Indl vidual client., Daily except Thursday at Sutherland's' Pharmacy, Carrier Street, Benalla. Phone 200 for ap pointmen...
LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 20 May 1938
LOCAL & UGENERAL OURSELVES--The' April Issue of "WVmbt'id's'ROiomnder," ?. the printing tradoesnagazlio which Is' published quarterly, contains : the ;.followlng:-, "A nowspaper nearly a hundred years old, and 40 years in 'control by the O'Shea family, "The Benalla Ensign,' recently built a now. buildlng,, and a spoolal, number was Issued to com memorat the. event: Careful com position, good illustrations .'nd fine presswork are evidence of' up-to-date. kno'wledge of newspaper production." VISIT' OF GOLC",PROFESSIONAL. -Mr Eric' Duffy, professional to' the 'Mr Eric Dutffy, professional to the WVangaratta Golf Club will visit lBen alla on Tuesday,' Wednesday 'and Thursday of next week'for the pur paso of tutoring local' golfers. Mr Duffy h-anaislted Bonalla on previous occasions, and his ability as"? a tutor is: well known by local and, district golfers. ' fs BADDAGINNIE" MOTHERS' CLUB -Theo Baddaglnnion Mothers' Club at its meeting"on ?'Wednesdayilast,'do dided oto:'hold reg...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 20 May 1938
A REMINDER WHY HAVE SROKEN 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 TIRAPS AND NETS CARTER & CO. . CARRIER STREET. BENALLA SWatts,T urnbull & Co STOCK, LAND AND FINANCIAL AGENTS HEAD OFFICE: BENALLA. BRANCHES.-Wangaratta, Rutherglen, Dookle. Bt James. Devonlsh, Violet Town, Etaroa Yea and Mansfield. Stock Sales also conducted at Tarck, Strathbogle, Rutff. Brlmin, Bonnie Deon and Longwood. AGENTS FOR : SThi FPamous "Cooper's Dip" (Manufactured in Aux- tralla). ;The Curator of Estates of Deceased Persons. The Co+nmercial Union Fire Assurance Co. Ltd. London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, and Finance Company. Sub Agents for Australian Mutual Provident Soclety. - Trucking Agents for Watts, Turnbull' and Co.. Melbourne. We also have a big selection of Houses and HOUSE AND BUILDING BLOCKS for Private Sale, and Intending buyers should make a point of seeing o...
C.W.A. EXHIBITION A VERY FINE DISPLAY [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 20 May 1938
C.W.A. EXHIBITION A VERY FINE .DISPLAY THE 'Wangaratta branch of the Country Women's Association to to be complimented on the very fine exhibition staged in St. Patrick's Hall last Thursday afternoon and evening. The exhibition was of 'a most comprehensive nature, and re, flected the greatest credit on all con cerned. It comprised cookery, needlework, wool work, flowers, an tiques, and many articles of a unique nature, and brought forth much praise from visitors The exhibition was organised by Mrs C. F. Henry (group secretary), and Mrs J. Cash more was exhibition secretary and had a very arduous task. The exhibition was opened during the afternoon by Mrs C. H Mac knight (group president), who was introduced by Mrs W. R. Tinkler (president of the Wangaratta branch). Also on the platform were Mrs C. F. Henry (group secretary), and Mrs A. A C. Webb (group president elect). Mrs Tinkler presented each with' a pretty bouquet, made by Mrs H. Smith, while Mrs Smith made a similar presentati...
OBITUARY MRS MARIA F. PATTERSON. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 20 May 1938
OBITUARY MRS MARIA F. PATTERSON, AN old and highly respected resi- dent of Myrrhee, Mrs Maria F. Patterson, died in the Wangaratta Community Hospital on Thursday afternoon of last week, at the age of 82 years. The late Mrs Patterson was a native of Warrnambool, and was married to Mr William E. Pat- terson at Benalla. They lived there for a time, and then came to the Greta district, where they resided for over 20 years conducting farming operations. Their next move was to Myrrhee over 30 years ago, and they remained there until about three months ago, when Mr Patterson sold out, and they removed to Trawool, to reside with their daughter, Mrs E. Morgan. Mrs Patterson had enjoyed generally good health for years, and in her long life in the Greta and Myrrhee districts was pleased to help any local organisations and charitable efforts. She became ill a fortnight ago, and was brought to the Wan- garatta Hospital. Mr Patterson is left with the following family to &nbsp; mourn the l...
LARCENY OF PIPE CUTTERS BRINGS ONE MONTH'S IMPRISONMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 20 May 1938
LARCENY OF PIPE CUTTERS BRINGS ONE 'MONTH'S 'IMPRIS ONMENT. Before Messrs J. Serpell and G. Naeon, J's.P., in the Benalla court yesterday, William James, a stranger to the town, was san tenced to one month's Imprison mant for the larceny of a pair of pipe cutters the property of the Colonial Gas Assoolation. Sergeant Kennedy prosecuted. Burt B. Banger, Inspector for the Victorian country works 'for the Colonial Gas Association; disposed: I reside at 20 Wedge Street, Benalla. The pipe cutters (produced) are the property of the Colonial Gas Aseoci atlon and they are valued at £1/6/. I do not know accused and did not give him or anyone else any authority to take the cutters,. Samuel Claude T. Challis, laborer, employed by the Colonial Gas 'Asso ciation at Benalla, deposed:-At 1.30 p.m. on 16th May, I was working at the Memorial Hall in Nunn Street. I had the company's cart outside the hall. The cutters (produced) are the property of the Gas Association. At the time the cart was outside...
GOLF NOTES BENALLA CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
dqualifying rodusde of the' champion 0ship will take placo on 16th and 23rd July, instead of;28th i-:May ..and'4th d June, as nset down In tho? programme , for the year.'.-: d There will beo no ofllcial'?Pvent :on g June 4th, owin'g to thetAerial ,Pageant d being held0on that day, but, a .bogey e handicap will be held on Suinday,: th e June. * d The event` on Saturday next will' be Ss':stroke handlcap.' .A' working beo will be held on the course on Sunday :morning,: th' June, Swheno all members .;are, expccted.:to aroll up with ispades; rakes, etc., at about 0.30 ar.m "The coursno?will be t losed for the .imorning, and'it is hoped: that with a good muster of t voltnteers It will be" placed in "tip topl condition for the tournament on the Sfollowing woel-oenid, Men's bogey lhandicaps vweroe hold on. Saturday last'. ':i Oliver with 4 t up won the *"A" dlvision, and C. El vish with 8 up the o'B" division; Fol lowring are resultsi. :' '."fA": Divlilon.-- 'Oliver, 4'up; C. Poerrln,el up;...
Benalla's Big Air Pageant. To Celebrate Opening of 'Drome. Large Squad from Defence and Aero Club. £30 Aerial Derby To Be Staged. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
Benalla's Big Air Pageant. To Celebrate Opening of Dr:om. Large iSquad from Defence and Aero Club. £30 Aerial Derby To Be Staged. TO CELEBRATE THE OPENING OF THE NEW DEFENCE AERODROME IN BENALLA, ONE OF THE BIGGEST AIR PAGEANTS IN THE STATE IWILL BE 'STAGED AT BENALLA ON SATUR.?7Y, 4th JUNE, WHEN A FLEET OF. ABOUT 15 PLANES, COMPRISING DEFENCE, AERO CLUB AND PRIVATE MACHINES WILL TAKE PART. A £30 AERIAL DERBY, A PARACHUTE JUMP AND AEROBATICS WILL BE STAGED IN A MAN NER UNPRECEDENTED IN THE TOWN'S HISTORY. THE OFFICIAL CERE MONY WILL BE PERFORMED BY CAPTAIN JOHNSON, CONTROLLER nu ft'31I3 A v A* f nIT The pageant is being; spotitlred by the Benalla branch 'otf the R.S,S.I.L.A. and a special meeting was h'eld on Wednesday evening last at the Mfem orial Hall at which there was a. large and enthusiastic gathering.'> The pmeeting was presided over by Mr. G. Nason, the president. REPORT ON DEFENCE MACHINES. 2, Hir R. J. Murray gave a short re port of the communication which he received ...
CLAY BIRD SHOOT [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
CLAY BIRD SHOOT "THEI Benalla Clay BIrd Club; held a ? sp?c-ioolae shoot on Baturday last. .and one of the .beat afternoons held by the club resulted. Clay sparrows wore 1used for the first time, and in the dull light were a difficult target. Despite this fact, however, the stand ard of shooting wan high. The out standing shooter of the day was J. C. Barr, who won the second trophy and sweep, paired with L. Feldtmann in the Deauvillo doubles and shot off in other events. Harold Gardlner was also In good form, andl beslde win ning the trophy for the special event for country shooters and the sweep stake, he annexed the clay sparrow trophy. This was his: first wi In n an opeon event, and was freely congratu lated; 'IResults are as follow: First Sweop .-0. Diamond 1, J. Cooper. 2,:".,:? i .Trophy. and ,Swoop.-J. C. BCarr. Clay, SparrowI Trophy. ?.H Car diner,' 1; G. Dlai~nnil 2. 'Trophy.: for contry. Shooters.--H 'DBeauvlllo`-:` DoublrsesL'; Feldtnann and 'JC. Barr 9 Bakl Maarki Sweop....
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
PERSONAL A farewell morning tea party was given at the Shepparton State school on Friday to Miss Inez Newman, whose marriage to Mr Roy Wilkin son of Benalla, took place at Sand ringham on Tuesday. The guests in cluded representatives from the High School staff and the inspector, Mr J. Caldwell. Tribute to Miss Newman's services were paid by Mr J. Williams. who on behalf of the staff, presented her with a gift of crystal. Earlier in the week 50 members of the Sheppar ton Junior Red Cross League assemb led to bid farewell to Miss Newman, who was their energetic secretary. The children presented her with a posy, whilst the senior members made the gift of a silver serving fork. * a Mrs G, T. Say and her three child ren are holldaying at the seaside. :Mr and Mrs L. B Garson and their daughter Margaret are.at Maryseville. Miss Eunice Findley Is holidaying in the city atteniding the eialghth an nual musio .teachers conference?, ,Mr and Mrs M.? Malono are spend ing the, school, vacation ona...
BENALLA TALKIES SHIRLER SINGS, TALKS CHINESE IN SURPRISE-FULL 'STOWAWAY.' [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
:I:rBENALLA FALKIES : SHIRLER SINGS, T?ALKS CHINESE' IN SURPRISE FULL 'STOWAWAY.' ROMANTIC noi the radiant 'Chinese 11 moon,, and' as glamorous with Its surrounding; company, of great, ;tars, toeming 'with l :danger, excitement, thrills,; warlord handits,n and Shirley Teinple ,as a little waif who talks and sings ;Chinese, '; T ýwentloth Century Fox's new film, "Stoaway. "'-Yes., tPShlirleys In China now-and daughter: ot 'inmsnlonaryr couple kil led in: a' rebel rall, Shirley ls' picked up'hy: Robert-: Coung.,I a careLfree 'youngi. mllIonoSre who;'is touring the world. inja vain attempt toaget away ,from himself, c., Shirley,· a'ccildentally stowing ;away. 'in. :Young 's- car on a 'crulse ship; i:', netrumental? In his meeotingi AllliFaye; pretty. fiancee of stuffy. young Allan- Lane.??. i ot"Bong Kongl.Alice tours the town with Young .nd ils illttle protegee, all of ithem having :a glorious lark, which culminates in: :. Shirley's "wlnning a prize n: a Chinese amateur' show, singing...
RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
RIFLE SHOOTING . THE second shoot for the Benalla Rifle Club trophy and quarterly championship was, fired over the 300, 500" and 600 yards on Saturday last. H. Lane was top scorer with 101 Points, which makes him equal to T. Stephono and R. Sawers for the championship cup, Scores: 300 500 600 Hcp. T'I. I. Lane ... .. .8 35 84 4.4 105 T'. Stephens .., 33 34 338 2.2 102.2 S. Hammond 32 33 83 7.5 105 iR. Rcdpath .. :32 ..30 34 4.4 100.4 H. V. Smith 31 32 33 6.0 102.06 RI. Sawera . 32 :.338 30 4.8. 90.8 A. L. Gupp:y . 4.. 31. 30 7.5. 102.6 .Gray .-b . 3.. x.30 '2 ,381.12.2 105 C. Westa6ottý?- ?5::32" r00' 6.7 '06.7 3. Robinsozo...o i-8 8. ?0 0.2 56.2
KING OPENS GREAT SCOTTISH EXHIBITION [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
KING OPENS GREAT SCOTTISH EXHIBITION Scotland saw r colorful piece of history on May 4.' The King had finished his speuch opening the £10,000,000 Empire Exhibition at .,-,-lla.houjpn. Park, OGlasgow, :and'on lsh h la st wo'd,; with .per?lect' rec tfminii 'irtllTiry 'tliuidorcd, theosly becanm blhlckj'wlth" uoroplanes wheeling ht formation and every Dominion ling broltoc from the palaces of the Empire in the Park.' Thd King and Queen. are seen chatting to ?UHm IMary Morrison, a spinster from. the :lhebrides, In the Clachian (village) e'.hlblt. (Airmail).
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
THANK YOU!. Mr Soderstrom,- Ve find the Tolson' Products we bought from you thoe beet 'we ever used. The. Washing Powder ls .won derful for washing clothes,. oparators, linos, dishes, glassware, windovws, etc. As there la no caustic in it., it is o nice on the hands. : (signed) MR & MRS BEN:SMITI'i fmayLurg. One of many Unsolicited 'lotters re ceived by me. J. SODERSTROM, Telson Better Health Prodiucte Dealer
NEW FEDERAL LOAN NOW OPEN. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
NEW FEDERAL LOAN NOW -OPEN., 11fl Commonwealth "now L:oan of £10,250,000 "Is now. open for nub serliltlon. and 'ivll' closne'e not later than 3rd 'June.'. The.Loan. In liolng Iseued. at" £90/10/ `por £100; thoe .rate of Intereot in '31 per 'cent.; and; the Loian will' be repayableo 'In August 1954, but thoeTreaeurer reserves the right of redomlitinon on or after' 1lth :t The Loan will h?Idivided lobetween the Commonwealth and i theo Sttes. For nnational defence the Cormmon wealth0, will, alppropriate £'4,000,000, the :roremalnrlr willl be used for State public works: AppliLations' for the: Loal" may l,e lodged'o t. anylt hn;, Ob, aor leoney order post olliec,: or withl iny m ember orf a registered Stock E xcbhange Optional methods" of ullbsciElptlon ;are:-(1) Full payment witr application;' (2) 10 per cent. witl application;; (2) 10'per cent. with application, and' the re mainder In one payment at any time upto Augllst 2, 1938:! .(3) 10 per cent. with application, 4. per .coent. by ...
VARIETY TEA AND DANCE TO BRIDE-ELECT [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
ARIETY TEA AND DANCE "' TO BRIDE-ELECT .! very, enjoyable time was spent In Greta hall on Thursday evening :last, when Miss Dolly Sanders was entertained at a variety tea and 'dance by her district friends, on the eve of her marriage to Mr Nell Monds of Benalla, which took place on Sat ·urday. The greater part of the even ing was'taken up with dancing to ex cellent music supplied gratis by Mrs -J. K. Ferguson, extras being played '.by Mrs Kerr and Messrs Gee. Hen .nessy and J. Bourke, the latter acting ' as" M.C. also, 'Mr W. Culph, who acted as chair man, referred to the many sterling :qualities of the guest, and was ably supported by Messre Hayes, C. Ryan and J., Graham. .'?Mr P. J. Tanner, with a few well 'chosen remarks, then made the pres entation" of a valuable collection of :giftts, from her district friends, con veying' to her their best wishes for a .;happy' and prosperiUssa future. :Mr Striethberg also spoke on be half of the Greta South Tennis Club, I of whicli'both'Dolly...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
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