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MILITIA NEWS 58th BATTALION. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938

MILITIA N-NEWS??I-,I S68th BATTALION ,HE. best .scores in , the:., annual courses small airmsr, 1937 38, reg lstered by. momber's of the ' Benalla Platoon wore nas. follows' ?.Rflo. -Pte.; R oB lo 101 (marklsman) Cpl. Relly 97, W.O. E. Roo 95, :Cpl.9 i. Chlvers 93, Pto, W.' Evans 91, Sgt. D; Stewart 900 Pte. C. Doseior 88, Pto:A. b. Munro 87, Cpl. Vonarx, Ptd. A: Reld 84 each, Ptoe. W. Ackerly 83 (lst class - shots). I"wvlsw Oun.-Pte. 'A. D IMun'roa 91, Cpl. L. Chlvers 90, "Pte: C. Dosoer 89, Sgt. D. Stewart 87. Pto R.' D. Car tar 84, W.O. Roe 81; Cpl.i tollly 78 Cpl. W. Vonarx 76; each qualifying an lst class gunners. . During. tho parade:' on'." Thursday. evening. a mlnlaturo' range ??practIc was hold, the compeiton b Ing wbn by W.O. Rooe with a score of 22, 'wln ning on the 'count' back. Boat scores were:-WV.O. Roe, Pte. ' e:ld Cpl. Chlvers, Cpl. Rellly, Sgt.. Stewart 22 each. Cdt. Abbott and Cpl.I Burns 21 each . It Is proposed, to hold'.a ball lI the Drill Hall on Juno 4th, aer...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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HOW CHRISTIANITY CAME TO EUROPE AN INTERESTING POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938

HOW CHRISTIANITY CAME TO EUROPE AN INTERESTING POINT. AT. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church on Sunday night, the Rev. R. P. Simons in the course of his ser mon, narrated how St.. Paul turned westward towards Europe to dlssem lnate Christianity instead of east ward to the Orient as was his In clination. St. Paul said the preacher, was "led by closed doors." -I1o' had started several times toward the East, but always something barred his progress. At last he .came to the seaboard and, there It was that the vision of the Macedonlan came toihmi appealing for help. Thus the 'wvest had chrlstlonlty.¥ and -with It progress and happiness. It is interesting to conjecture~the tremendous -effect :the? other.;: course would have had upon world affairs if St. Paul had followed his orlglnalln n clinatlon. .' !What: might: have boon?' In thin.casne these would open up: a, vastness ; beyond €comipriehnslon Inr ts propenlsties.I

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CATHOLIC WOMEN'S SOCIAL GUILD. BENALLA BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938

CATHOLIC WOMEN'S SOCIAL GUILD. BENALLA BRANCH. ITH?' annual report of the I3conalla :branch of ithe Catholic Women's Social Guild showw 'that mluch good work has been accomplished dulrlng the past, I months. Asin:wll nai as sIlting .in: the wvarious lactivitles of the. parish,' the Ouild has given much help to tneedy families. ' .Clothing, boots "and shoos weroe distributed and nllk, bre, brd meat and graceries wore. supplied. Orn Sunday, 21th May, and on Sun day,1 5th June, a specll' effort will be made by, mnemlber"s' to. -secure new names on. the mombership "lint for 1938.?;I It i .expected 'that every lady ovtn lthough rho may not he able to tako 'an active tart, will 'be conmo a, member. ; The second of.tho;e series of euchre parties .was very: succeessful. The winner of the gent's :prize was Mr3J. Ward, and the lady's,i irs Lennox and'Mies Grogan (oqual). : . . .. .-. , .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938

ScA REMINDER WHY IHAVE 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 S1lll1mUIllNf1U11111llulullI mtlul l Illlmn fllm NIIIIIIalia sollmnOHI msllliNMImles Watts,T urnbull & Co STOCK, LAND AND FINANCIAL AGENTS HEAD OFFICE: BENALLA. BRANCHES.-Wangaratta, Rutherglen, Dookle, St. James, Devenlsh, Violet Town, Euros, Tea and Mahaiseld. Stock Sales also conducted at Yarck, StBathbogle, Ruffr. L :LBrimin, Bonnie Doon and Longwood. AGENTS FOR : ,The PumuOs *'Cooper'. Dip" (Manufactured n Aurs tralla). The Curator of Estates of Deceased Persons. Tho Commercial Union Pire Assreance Co. Ltd. London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, and S-Finance Company. Sub Agents for Australian Mutual Provident Soclety. Trucklng Agents for Watts, Turnbull and Co., Melbourne, We also have a big selection of Houses and' HOUSE AND ...

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EXCEEDING SPEED LIMIT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938

SEXCEEDING SPEED LIMIT': 'Poetel, aro0' did' .'-not appear.i to; answer a chnrgi e of exceeding.;: hii d °elleeollImit .6f25 .cohncd an hl'our en tho Inspector Steeal gavoe evidence that defenddant wan travelllng. at 48 :ml?les per hour. ')Defendlant wa;ail? ned with 2/6 cotse. . BADDAGINNIE :,HELPSIl HOSPI, TAL.-A v'ery successfui 'wood day" WIa hold at lladdalnginio on Saturday last in iaid of tlhe wangearattHapI-o tal.. There wan a good muinter of local axtomen, who .woel greatly an latted by Messrse T. anil D). Powell 130nlalla.' T'ruckl? were supplieOd by Ael?lrn Pi'ck, McElwan, 1~oggs and Cook." About :i0 tons of 4 feoot wood was 'necuredl. Thoe ]lenalla hotolkoop: CIr' In their UIIIsul genelllrouII manner, sluilpplled the refrotpllmeonta.

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WANGARATTA BORES [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938

WANGARATTA : BORES--The ,'-ad vanced stage of water boring opora .;tibons'atWangaratta has mado it pose <s".sl;ible for an offclal ,test to be,:takon i,'=''ion MondaY next. At tho moment four S,'of'the bores reo. connected and two p:.thebrs partly connected,- whilet: ' ·seventh boro:has yet to be tested.'TO, obviate the danger ..of Iron'.' content oaffecting the waster it will. pass i ithrodgh a largetreatniont, plat prlor dýj,:$.to ,Qtitrlbttlolf n.;".

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DRIVING AN UNREGISTERED VEHICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938

DRIVING, AN UNREGISTERED VEHICLE.` Thelodore . Coliing Was" cllrged iwith' driving an 'uinlleconsed commercial goods volehicle. 'li pleaded guIlty. Inspector Etches prosecuted. First-Constablu Wilson gayvo vi donce that ho intercepted defendant In Salisbury ; Street, JIonallal. 'rTho. truck was loaded with firewood. Do fondant said he. had another truck and had Intended to transfer the lie once to theoone ho'was driving. ]-l said he would ho paid for. carting lthe load from Glonrowcn to Benalla. Inspector Itches, gavo corroborallvo evldenco.:,. . . "Defendant said heo Iowv had a. lioe once for the truck. The Bench imposed a flno ,of £2 with 2/6 costs. 1ie wtia granted a stay of foirr' weelis. '

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FAILING TO CARRY RED LAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938

FAILING TO'CARRY RED LAMP. Georgo A. Boll ;did not'apponar ,to answer two charges" viz.,.' falling to carry a sldo lunmp, and falllpg,.to carry a red rar' light on hlu car. Hoe was fined £3 on the llrst:charge, and £1 on the second charge.' Cost amounted to 18/. W illiam iltchlchiwas' ?lhargoed with alling to carry idlc :,lallmps on his. truckl and alnso. with ;falling" to carry a red rear light orith?o?trucck.-" ff lie did 'not appear.: and" was Iined 3 on ;the first charge and. £1 on the. second chargo;ewlt'' 13/ costs?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938

FOSTER S LAGER .In the general speeding up - that has come into this modern age, many a craft has been cast aside a 4 Yet in the brewing of fine ale, slow maturing is still a price S less ingredient . The nourishment of health ful vitamins are stored in the rich sun-ripenied barley and cool-green hops that are used in the brewing of Poster's Lager, and it is this stimulating refreshment together with a splendid flavour, that makes' Foster's Lager-Australia's National Beverage. Marie Salon Be Sure and See SBIG SALE WINDOW S..All Stock Reduced by Marie Salon BRIDGE STREET . BENALLA (Two Doors from 'Savings. Bank) l lil[]llltll1UII I IIII nillilli llll [llli lllll ll [11 Illlllll l f u l lllllllllll M IIIIIIIIlll iu 1ii llll l llllllllf lllllllllll llll IlllflC: Saturday tin & MondaY gry CNight,/ 'T;HE WORLD'S LITTLE SWEETHEART, SINGING, DANCING AND TALKING CHINESE SHIRLEY TEMPLE IN " .. STO"WAWAY " WITH ROBERT YOUNG, ALICE FAY, ARTHUR;. TREACHER. BOOK EARLY. SEE THIS S..;? END...

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Witness and Magistrate Clash "THIS ISN'T THE ARMY." [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938

Witness and Magistrate' " THriSll8 N'TTHE I T ARMY".' r,;" J . Mitlmont,'a Wlitness'in,'a:case at the ,Industrial Court,; Sydiney, on Monday, told Mr.Prlor, C.I.M.; that he was not going' to hbe spoken'to. as'lit he was in the army.' You can't speak to me like a general. 'Thlaisn't, the army." he retorted when told he should have worn a.coati"n court, and to stand- up straight in?( the ;,wltness box After further heated "exhanges the- magistrate ordpred two. policemon into' courtto stand near; tho"witness box. ,It was not until then thatV Wilmont agreed to take the oath.Pioviously. }1f ,bad 'Iung thotsible froni him;

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DRIVING WITHOUT SIDE LAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938

DRIVING WITHOUT ,SIDE LAMP. Donzll Chcgividdeon was ' charged with driving a car lrin Nnn` Street on 3rd February "without' a slde lamp, the width of tho truck exceeding Oft. Olns. Defendant did not appear and was lined £3 with 13/ costs.

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Traffic Prosecutions at Benalla Fines Imposed at Yesterday's Court. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938

STraffic Piosecutiios .at Benalla : Fines.mmposed iat Yeiterday'a Couit:M', I. s..~1· ·.·;·;~ AT the D?nalla court yesterday, be fore Messrs I. WV.. Williams;P.M., and C. Michael J.P.; s'esveral `truck drivers were proceeded agKinst" for breaches of thoe trafflc regulations. DRIVING AT DANGEROUS' SPEED, Le?lie .James Dyko wa?? a an ?clarged with driving a motor.:_ trucl {along Bridgo Street on 11th April; iatta dan gerouos speed. Constable Wilson gaveo vdloenco that defendant ' was" driving a truclk with ia broken down car attached and crossed the Interseotibn at botween: 30 and 40, miles an hour. Defendant was fined £5 in olefault dlistresas.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938

q 'E ;x. ýeý 'ýý"r:'g~.f *h C s .- i y * III tel.s: ; ·' '\ ' 0 *d A j vv ~me MOTOIO spt X` hag oý:~;ioj ` a !IWAY DIALATh?5PR C.:., JOJ : !" :. ,4i, : ;: :.:"s:y r c:.r9 ` _ '". .: .Y .%~ý: ý? . : "f.r. is ~a nr ,;ý;i:'i c:ý: "ýr.t , N V " '~s~ I ~ - ~ tCIb il~r~till r·~St 1 ýi%ý · bj °a x3,'ot- ^rt : , ^LJ y' SPIRIT:::·ri~s \' ""~: DONALD J. SUTHERLAND, F.S.M.C., F.I.O 0 JAS. A. GILLMAN YOUR LOCAL MEN .F.V.O.A. ARE ON THE SPOT (Late., of Collins St., Melbourne). FOR SERVICE. QUALIFIED CERTIFIED OPTOMET RISTS *38 CARRIER STREET.' Phone 260 BENALLA

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New Cycle Works. OPENED IN NUNN STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938

New Cycle Works. OPENED IN NUNN STREET. THE Hornsby Cycle Works have been made 'authorlsed agents In Benalla for the Austral B.S.A. cycles, and B.S.A. cycle accessories. The Austral cycles are now being fitted entirely with genuine B.S.A. parts. It is not generally known that this firm was founded in 1012, in the manufac ture of small arms. The firm is now famous the world over as makers of -bicycle parts, and it is significant that only cycles of outstanding quality and value are fitted with B.S.A. parts. An interesting example of the way B.S.A. parts have met foreign com petition was shown in Bonalla last week. Two identical parts-one for eign and the other genuine B.S.A. were quoted exactly the same price, and the name B.S.A. is sumelcient guarantee of qiuality so there is not the question of price cropping up .When deciding on buying B.S.A. cycles or accessories. 'The Hornsby Cycle Works is oper lted by Mr H. Hornsby, who Is a qualifled skilled. bicycle mechanic. None other' tha...

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Road Race. A. H. McMILLAN WINS 25 MILE EVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938

Road Race. A. H. MoMILLAN WINS? 25 .MILE EVENT. ON Saturday last the Benalla Cycle Club. held a 25 miles road com mencing at the Savingf' Bank and going to a turning point beyond the S. bend. The race resulted In a win for A. H. McMillan, the popular club captain. On the return Journey the riders had amalgamated in a large bunch. As they were settling down for the final sprint, Mac caught them by surprise. -Flashing from the back of the field he soon had a handy lead and went on to win an easy lsh and went on to an easy win by six lengths. M. Heard was second and I,. Warhurst third. The time was 1 hour 4 mine. As usual Mac. was astride his Master Sports cycle. " FELL DOWN A WELL.-Geoffrey, the youngest son of Mr and Mrs 3. McCarty, of Lake Rowan, had a nar row escape from serious Injury when he fell down an underground well on one of their farms. Luckily both Mr and Mrs McCarty were clone on hand, and after AMr McCarty securely tied a iope to the pump he climbed down and then up aga...

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Publications Received SHOULD POSSESSIVE PARENTS BE BOILED IN OIL? [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938

Publications Received - SHOUJD POSSEISSIVE PARENTS BE BOILED.. IN OIL? . Yes,,' is the opinion of5 a nrioted c'p?yehologlst;, but a famous "editor oins; issuo with him. The reault is a "fascinating and provocative article In Australian '"Life"-a scarifying.. of parents' who selfishly prevent' their girls' from getting married, and a de fence b3 a well-linown editor.' The whole article is worth reading, and. is typical of the; 'forty'odd' ar tilcles of 'a popular and Informativi ;;:character that appear i.n "Life" lrin its ;now and .attiactivev form' of a pocket digest.' For the' busy man.' or woman who wants to bo :entertained, and yet' get ' .broad outlook on tho affairs of. the ,world :.;Life" in itsan pocket :'."digest form aIs wonderfuln valub for one shil ling ,n " 'If "LIfe ford a" ,Is'unobtninae '-slocally .1/ in= stomps, posted. +,to, 'Life. -`230=23i1 ?Stanley '` Street;,t?' WestiMel bourne -.3, Victoria? w: will .bring' a rucopy by retn.

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MEMBERS OF AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY MEET MIDGET CAR RACE TO BE STAGED ON GROUND. PASTURE PLOTS TO BE ESTABLISHED AT BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938

MEMBERS ,OF AGRICUL TURAL -SOCIETY MEET MIDGET CAR RACE TO BE STAGED ON GROUND. PASTURE 'PLOTS.. TO' BE ESTAB LISHED. AT BENALLA. -*----* Members of the Benalla Agri cujlural Soclity at their monthly meeting on Friday afternoon last decided to establish pasture plots .;in the district. The meeting was presided over by t: the president, Mr Jos. Cooper, others present being Messrs R. Jenkyn, M. GO. B. Meadows, T. A. Ballantine, R. S. Anderson, J. T. Ingram, G., Craw ford, E. A. Cooper, J. T. Martin, A. G. Evans, It. J. Murray, It.' D. Bakewell, 'J. Crilly, H. G. Gregerson, G. Robin son, J. P. Wallace, F. R. Saunders, W. MacGregor, S. Mellor, W. Heywood, F. . Cook M.L.A., H. II. Wallace, T. Ballantine, D. ' McMillan, O. E. IDesallly, G. f?oreburgh, A. L. Guppy, and the secretary, Mr Lance Neill. Before the business of the meeting Was commenced, the president ex tended a welcome to Messrs P. Wledemann and D. E. Blair, who were elected at last meeting. 'Both committeemen graciously ac kn...

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VICTORIAN STOCK — RECORD SHEEP NUMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938

VICTORIAN STOCK - RECORD SHEEP NUMBERS-A record num ber of sheep was pastured In Victoria last March, but the numbers of cattle have decreased. According to the Government Statist (Mr O. Gawlor) the number of sheep in the State in March was 18,863.401, which included 211,217 rams, 9,943,806 owes, 4,588,824 wethers and 4,119,620 lambs" This number exceeds by 1,200,64 the re cord of 17,603,103 established last year. The numbers of cattle however, have decreased in each district of the State since March, 1937, by 16,649' dairy cattle apd 109,631 other cattle. The total number of cattle at March 31, wan 1,880,429. . Pigs totalled. 385,858

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W. J. CAREY WATER DIVINER AND WELL SINKER Agent for Alston Windmills, Steel Tank Stands & Troughing. The Cheapost and Best Windmill on the Market. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938

W. J. CAREY WATER DIVINER AND WELL SINKER Agent for Alston Windmills, Steel Tank Stands & Troughing. The Choapost and Best Windmill on the Market. WVator DivIned, \VelIH Put Down, Tnicn Stands Ereoclred, Windmill erected, Concrete Water Troughn built lunder?'rocunil, Tonk? s Sunk bricked nnd cemented. Corrugatoed 'lI'nlck Cemented, Sheoo .Dllp plilt down, Poot RoL Penn made, Levels Taken, Watcr Ladlt On. ..Estimatds Willingly Given. Workt undertaken anywhere.. Clot rny price ain clmpare It wiLlth otheore. 'u'lim billy yotur mill land 'h1r1 0 the work donu' properly by an export.

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FOOTBALL TATONG v. THOONA. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938

FOOTBALL TATONG v. THOONA. The Tntong team to moet Thoonn on Saturdany will ho choseon from the following:-V. R?lnlln, C. Coghtil, iR. Drummond, J. Nlltceholl, O, NMthlcnon, A. F1vans, It. IT. Lewis, T. rWaugh, R. Wilson, R.' Ryan, D. Leo, T. Essen high. J. 13ell, A. heard, J. Wilson, J. Burns?, J. Mathloson, A. o?Taney, W. McCauloy.,. Emergencies, 0. 3011, V. Ithlpo, A i3caploey, .T. Machin;

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