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TOURIST TRADE MEANS MONEY TO CANBERRA. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
TOURIST TRADE MEANS MONEY TO 'CANBERRA.-Tho tourist bust ness to Canberra was worth £75,000 In 1937. In ten days last Christmas tourists spent £15,000, and at Easter £9000 in four days. These convincing figures were given to Albury Rotari ans at their luncheon on Monday by Rotarian William Dunbar, head of the Tourist Bureau in the Federal Capl tal, who has been giving Albury "a look over." He claimed that the tourist industry was going to provide a powerful incentive towards making for national pride and national unity. It was an industry that could be made to return Australian millions yearly it fostered in the right way. enjoyment were Messrs Hughes, White and Mulgrow in solo efforts, while Messrs D. McKinnar, J. Con nolly, P. Stevens and F. Crimmins, representing Boenalla, failed against a quartetto from Wangaratta consist ing of Messrs D. Reardon, C. Jordan and J. and A. Guthrle, the latter romping home with a sympathetic renderlng of "Poor Old Joe" (Joe probably felt that way a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 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 STOCKEd Vallender's for Men's Wear EVERYBODY SAYS VALLENDER'S IS THE BEST HOUSE FOR DRAPERY, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES HUGH THOMSON'S BOOTS AND SHOES, 10/6, 12/6, 15/6, 17/6, 21/. ROSSITER'S BOOTS AND SHOES, 8/6, 10/6, 15/6. CASTLEMAINE BLANKETS, 17/6, 20/, 30/,.40/. MARCELLA AND HONEYCOMB QUILTS, 15/6, 20/, 30/. 80 Inch WHITE OR UNBLEACHED OSMAN SHEETING, GUARANTEED, 2/11 YARD. WORK TROUSERS, 7/6, 8/6, 10/6. MEN'S SUITS, 80/, 40/, 50/. OSHKOSH OVERALLS, White, Navy and Khaki, 11/6, 12/6. COBBER-TOG OVERALLS, 8/6. SHIRTS, COLLARS, FLANNELS, UNDERWEAR, BRACES.' QUALITY AND LOW PRICES GUARANTEED.. QUALITY AND LOW PRICES GUARANTEED H. VALLENDER ,D RA P E R NUNN -irREET, BENALLA. Ladies' Hairdresser CLAUDE WOOTTEN PERMANENT WAVE SPECIALIST, NXT ,GRIBBLES CAPE, BENALLA For Appolntmm.nts Phone 28. VCTORIAS' THE LEAD PREMIER - _,WEEKL Y V ICT...
BATTING AND BOWLING AVERAGES FOR LAST CRICKET SEASON [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
BATIrNG -AND BOWLING AVERAGES FOR LAST CRICKET SEASON The following list of averages for season 1937/8 comprises the batting averages of all players (with the exception of those from Benalla West, Dookle College, Devemlsh and Methodlsts, whose score I bpoks have not been received) with averages over 20 rune per Innings, and of all bowlers who have bowled 100 overs or more during the season. The figures afford a very interesting comparison of the performances of the various players, and include some very outstanding individual performances. Keith Thomason of the Rail ways' team, heads the batting averages for the competition with 48.2 per Innings, closely followed by Ted Cleary, who totalled 946 runs for the season at the fine average of 46 per innings, and also captured 99 wickets at the wonderful average of 7.3 per wicket. Bob Donser of Baddaglnnie, took 73 wickets at 7.2 per wicket (no figures' were available for the match Baddaglnnio v. Dookle College). Jack Byrnes, of Friendly S...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
Chiropractic and Naturophatic Institutes 441 ST. KILDA ROAD, MELBOURNE, 2 Doors Below Arthur Street. ,y The greatest Naturoplthlc Instltuto In Australia. In the last 11' ,years 170,0000 treatlentse " have been gives. Diagnosis mlade by. D athologlcal tests and X-ray examinations. 0,000 X-ray limes taken.: in, O. years. 23 typtoH of. treatment, 43 treatment rooms and a. stai 0 of 12. T, he phenolnlnal growth of the Institution Indicates the resutlts • obtained. Very few cauees are incurable here. ,BENALLA BRANCH, 34 NUNN STREET - Is Complete XkRay Equipment. Installed. plD tVISITING DAYS :- S JUNE AND JULY- EVERY FRIDAY CONSULTATION HOURS: 3.30 'p.m,..to 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. to'8 p.m. d r L - All Cunuoltatlons are Free,.?' lii 3Blaeloney mayll ,u1i iimi.oelble to visit 3Ienllia after July S20th;`. If therefore- if you have a, health. Iproblem which others have bcali unable to solve, consult him at once. * . Listeonto 3SR Thursday, Junoe the 2nd at 7 p.m., and overy second Thursday thoro...
To-morrow's Draw. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
Tolniorrow's Draw. On Sati'rday . C?uindiatl n foursomes will Irb jplayeld over 12 Ihlone. Miss Day and Mllss (affnly tare _on dulty IPnllonivng IHn-the dlrnw:-MlSn Day and sMris Volk, Mrs Waller and' t rH W\hitmore, Mrs L. Jonkyn nnd Mrs A. lJrqhitart, AMrs. Ift, Simon and Mrs loon, Missn '. On tfny a'llnd] Mrs Lynch, Mfra A., Phillipls and AMrs lurlitt,. Alr A. ,T. Br own andr Miss L.. Crlimmins, lrs Sutton and Miss lnlto,: lMrs Tihorlnburn and Misls lannon, Mrs A. Sullivaln and Miss Ti. tldgor; Mllss L. ten 3rtinkl and AMrs Conlbbott :Mrs Marks and Airs COrthlb. AnY. tnomlmbrl wihling to play. wiht l.r;iot. ncllttdecd lit, this drtlra, can do no by. liiilting, Il. their Ilnll?oe '(o I,'rs WVtallor fly noon Sattilrdlly. Alto ttny unq alreltldy In thlq drnlttw Lunalhlot to play plealse notify.
Wednesday's Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
Wednosday's Competition. T'rheo oetln Vale nInooalten pltyed a .troke competitlon over 12 holoes on Wedneodny. 'JI6lghtoon players tonic out card s, nnd Arll' Stton wasH the winnerl. RToulits:--Ml l Stllton,, rGI. 20 2/3-38 1/3; Mlrts Lynch, 63, 24 30; Mrs Long, 68, 24-14; Olrs Volk, 70, 241-46: lMrs A. J. Brown, 65, 22 40; 1Mr, Whlitmore. 71, 24-17: Alls Ilnnnon, 72, 24-18: Mrir lourlltt, 73, 24-40; M rs . C1roichelr, 75, 24-51; Ml'r A. cOrubl,'760, 2.1-52; Mrs A. hlrquhiart, 78, 24-54; Mrs A. Sullivn 78, 24-154; I rp 'hornbulrn, 79, 24 2i0; Alrs A.- Phillips, 86, 241-62 Mrs C. Clculyc., 8, 21-614; Alhuorlue 1Whit more, .103, 24-70.
Annual Tournament. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
Annual 'Tournament.,.o Prograjlnen' for the anntoal tourna moent to be hold on June 10, 11 and 13, aroe llowv alvalablec and may be procured from various torto goo0d( 'shops HIntown, or from the hon. eec rotary. It:will greatly aoslst thoecom mltteo In their work if local players ?vlllsoend In their" entrlens no early asn 'poolible, and an appeal in mad to to II local 'golifrs to do thise.
Championships Postponed. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
Championships Postponed. lMembers aro astei lto note that thoe first antd sccond roindsl of the club cluimnplonslllp" Ilave been postponed fromn next Saturtdy f'nd tile following Saturday to at- date'o tIo fixed after the tournament. Thi i tep has heen declded on by the .comnmitteeo becauao of the: lank of.raln, and :otidn'ltient ah?Ltnnce of favoraiblo golfing condl tions, and alao' an the aerall pageant ln to take place on the e nto of thie secotndI round, it was considered in amdvlnahle that there should .be any clniahing of events. The event for these two Saturlday will be h decided at the'next meeting of the committee and will be advised through the prean inm due course.
Wednesday's Event. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
Wednesday's Event. On; Wednesday B13enallt nanoclaton played an 18 hole:handicap ovenlt, the winner liolng Mrs I?O. Oliver with ai eard' ot07-34-63. Other cards re turned' were:--AMin 0. Cooper, 82-16 6;" Mrs.,. Johnston, 85-10-06; AllMn H]eard, 101-34-67; lir Nason, 80-10 70; Mris~Perrn 108-36-72:: Mrs Uria hians, 111-36-709; lIrs ,Cunn, 101-28 70i Mrs Rnobertson, 116-36-80; Miss Stiu ghto, 123-36-80; Mrs l. Cowan, 108-21-87; Mrs I1old, 130-36-94; Mrs Rellly, 132-36-86.
GOLDEN VALE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
GOLDEN VALE"OCLUB. 'A m?? l '? ,ho ice :i;trolcu .hanIc;,ap wain olcid I Ui.lden Vale on Satni'day Inisti Followinig ,are tie scores:-T. Joenk'n; (27) 64;I: E. L. LVaughan (27). 16; O. .T: Whlto (14), 66; M.' Leahy (24), 618; T. Thornburn (27), 69; A. Sullivan (24), 70: P. Sullivan (21), 70: R? 'St~ievlson (27), 71; A. Marks (24),
SWANPOOL LINKS OPENED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
SWANPOOL LINKS OPENED. T'here wan a very largo ntterdance of noemlers anl visiltor? from War renblayne, WarrenbaynO North and I3enallan at the opening of the Swan pool links on Saturday last. A vqry enjoyable afternoon Was spent In mixed .fouromnes and men's singles over 12 holes. The ladles provided an excellent afternoon tea. Mr P. 13ranlgan, the president, ho fore. presentlng the' trophies, wel comed the visitors In an approproriate SMr C. Price (Wonrrenlayne), R. Jenkyn (Wairronbnyno North) and 13. Briggs (lienalla) suitably responded. SThe winners In the. mixed four solmes wore iMr A. Heanoy and M.rs C. Price. F. ;l?opkins,e C. Jensen,' J. 'Webster and R. GCawley. tied ln;the nion's singlcs and F. ITopkins won the, play. off. Somo, of the leading cards were:- Mixed; Foursomes.? ; A 'i;icnney, ailnd Mn1d C. PricI, (18), ,10: :0.: Wiritocl and MIs . L. 13lrns (1);, 4,3; ;.1 oung . and Mhidos W. hIyes :(1't5), 44;, W. Burns anid 'MIsn JoTesehn (1)'; 45; .' Rluhinson and Mliss J. T...
Grazier's Loss of Valuable Sheep. Damage by Marauding Dogs. COURT GIVES VERDICT FOR ONE SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
Grazier's `Loss:of; Valuable Sheep;. i Damage by Marauding Dogs. :: COUR.:IVES VERDICT' FOR ONE SHEEP. 'At SBnall. Court of Petty Ses alon.e yesterday, be ore- Messrs ". W. :William: . P.M.". and. W. R. :. Melile .J.P., A. E Stephens, grazier of Moorngag, proceeded againrst Johni MoKean, of Tatong, for the sum,:of. £16/10/ being compenieo. tion for damage, by. defendant's dog worrying his sheep. . The Court gave a verdict for 30/,. the value of one sheep .with costi. The complainant was represented by -Mr T. T. Clarke, and the defendant by. Mr A. Park. Instructed by, MrhJ. McKean, of Melbourne. Stephen Kennedy, auctioneer' of Watts Turnbull and Co., said he had been employed for 24 years-outside and inside man, He sold some of the' sheap to Stephens last October. " They would be good useful type of cross-, bred sheep. 'The rest of his sheep are special breeding. -He. valued them at not less than :28/. He paid :26/6 for th, ones ho.'sold him. To Mr Park:--Less ..than . 0 per cent,. w...
LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
LOCAL & GENERAL`. NIGHT :FLYING.-Two Air ::Force pianos passed;'over Benalla on :Mon day night about 9:o'clock. The:navl gation lights: on both planeso were seen distinctly, and the iflight; was watched with interest. .It should?uiot ,be, long beforo night flying in Aus traliai:s'almost as universal as flights during the day. DISTRICTF ROADWORKS. - Ten ders for: district roadworks havoebeen accepted by. the Country RoadscAoard as follows:.-Bonalla-Yarrawonga, 8608. feet of clearing; forming and gravel Ilng, 0. Knowles, :'Bonalla, £1216/3/i Wangaratta-Grota-ota, 600 foot-of clear :Ing, forming,' gravelling and ichlverts,' 11. Jose,' Glenrowan, £: L405/7/ ;.; Tar goora-Laceby South,' .3570" foot of forming, trimming and gravelling, C. M? Mclver,: :Molyullah; £138/10/1::;: '-`:, :HOSPITAL(BALi AT BADDAGIN. NIE.-The hball hold at the` Badda-, ginnloe Hlla in aid of "the WVangaratta Hospital on 'Thursday evening of .last weekwas a: great ?auocess. ,Tho; new oor:which was recently...
WINTON NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
WINTON NEWS 9HEI members eof the Wlnton school committee hold a - working boo recently. A new flagpole wan erected and much needed ,fencing., repairs were earr'led out. 1' The committdo plans to raise funds towardsc nlarg ing the sclool library,0 and supplying new equipment. Football and basket ball are In full ,swingo since sportlng equlplment ,his' been provided.. At a mooting convened on.,theo 10th Instant, at the hall it'was decided to torms a ladies' basket ball ,-team. Ofllce bearers elected were:-ProlI entl, Mies Shella Lec; vice-president, lo A..M. FIrletadg; secretary, Mrs ickey; treasurer;, MIass L?ynch; com nittee,. ]Mlrs Stafford, Mfrso'' Matthews, hIIss L." liernan. 'At -a working boo )n Sunday last 'a court wasn mirked )ut on the sports ground. Later-.the ladies had a short, praCtice game. A public meeting of: clubs interested In forming .an assoclation. has beoui cal ed for June o1t at '8 p.m. Inl the IVinton hall. Though several 'players have boon cotlced on the Ilin...
OBITUARY MISS GLADYS ESSENHIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
OBITUARY + MISS GLADYS ESSENHIGH,, ., Tl I? ndeath occurred suddenly "at.her ' ; o: li0-o at' Linam 'on!f Situt rdliy: even ing lanst,: 'of'ies Cllyres'rld s senhlgh,. second daughter: of .i Mr ,: and :-Mrs Charles :' Essonlilgh.; 1 Deceased was only .7lyoears aof ageo?and her early death :a. dooply regrettcd. She had beon n' ill-health for somnc timo. She is' survived by. slx brothers .'and ' two sisters, vIz., Allan., Iris Alfred, Thomas,. Trevor, Jameos,- Joan .,and Roy. Tihe remains werel Interred In the- Moorngag cortetery ;on Monday Inst. 'TIe colna bearersweeo: Messrs T.' IEtholl,' B13. Hoseionss;: . "i;nllopkins rind A.I: EHeihlgh.' The 'pall bearers were, Messrs II. Tliompson, 1. ilack lrid;. I; II; l boburgh I ,i! i lilllday, (l. ,Thompson and T ??sTonhlli..: :The servlce was read by;1.ev oCi..9i, I'Juleia obfrSt;'. Colbinx'- ]HIll,.: Wangriratta, 'and:Mrt. A A lbbott haid' charge of tho'.funoral arrangemonths. A HUGGING SOCIAL-An Ingenl ous schemoe to raoise money for a. ...
An Unconventional Cruise. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
An Unconventional Cruise. -:r -i-- BY M8I8 STAUGHTON. Burges was our first stop' in But :;sart. Owing to the nuisance a passport and police officials as wel '"as the money question, we did not g( Sashore. Varna., the next port, we were told, would be more worth vilslt, and It truly was. The shln'i agent, of course, provided us with a car and guide, and away we went. A lovely drive along by the sea ane past the summer palace of the King; then turned inland and drove as fal as what used to be the monastery but has now been enlarged and tur nod into a modern hotel, a very fay. .orite summer resort, set amongse great shady trees, lawns and gardens with hundreds of rose bushes promis. :ing well for later on. There Is a tini chapel in the grounds still in' use Varna has fine bathing and beaches and is becoming a most fashlonable summer resort of the Czechoslava. Sklan. The country is hilly and ver) fertile and the Bulgarians a lne sturdy race. Constanzace Is the main port in Roumania for ...
BENALLA STOCK MARKET WATTS TURNBULL & CO. BOURKE & THEWLIS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
BENALLA . TOCK MARKET. WATTS TURNIULL & CO.. BOURKE £ THEWLIS. ,NATTS TURNBULL & CO. rrport having held their usual fort nightly market at the Benalla Corpor 1atton Yards on Tuesday last when they had forward heavy yardings of all classes of fat stock which met with keen competition from the local trade and buyers from Melbourne, Seymour, Euroa, Violet Town, St. James, Dookle, Devcnlsh and Wan garatta. The quality of the sheep penned was outstanding and In this section a total clearance was effected at recent firm rates. Prime lambs were a shade easier than our last re port. We had a particularly attrac tive yarding of fat cattle which in cluded a draft of 40 head on a/c Mr A. V. Little, fattened by hi mon his "Shawbrook," property. These cattle cold up to £15/2/0 and averaged £12/1/. Pigs were in keen demand and sold readily, at firmer rates. There were no store cattle yarded. FAT SHEEP. A/c Mr R.. Forrest, :.Barjarg,:xb wethers, 2t., 20/2, 24/10, £4/3 to 25/; a/cIt...
FOOTBALL BENALLA-TUNGAMAH LEAGUE. OPENING MATCHES FOR SEASON YABBA-DOOKIE DEFEAT BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
FOOTBALL BENALLA-TUNGAMAH LEAGUE. OPENING MATCHES 'FOR SEASON YABBA-DOOKIE DEFEAT BENALLA. The football. season openedd last Saturday In the Benalla-Tungamah LLfgue, when Benalla met Yabba Dookle at the showgrounds. The ground was very hard, and the atten dance very meagre, comprising mainly a fair following for the visit ing team. Benalla were without many of last year's leading players, including B. Squires, J. Bradshaw, W Hicks, P. Emery, K. Rhodes, whoso services were greatly missed. Several new players in V. Slattery, ,H. McIn erney, J. Hunting and L. Lawther, however, made a very creditable first appearance, and gave promise of added strength to the team later in the year. Yabba-Dookle were with out the services of their late captain, J. Polly, who met with a fatal acci dent whilst returning home from Bonalla after the game last season. A striking mark of respect to his mom ory was shown when both teams lined up in the centre with bowed heads for one minute's silence. The game...
FINED FOR 10 PER CENT. EXCESS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
FINED FOR 10 PER CENTi EXCESS Willinam J; ldulvln, of Bonalla,: wan charged withs ctrrying a weulght 10 biar cent. In exceon of the weight allowed by:.hls lcesco.' - - 10ie pleaded guilty L Defendint nlid g that 1it ws a hur grled ' order, and hle wanted to miako ond trip for' thie last load.. 110 was fined .30/ with 2/60 cots':e Donmlnlco Itusno was. charged with carrying a 10 per. exceos" load on' Is truck; lie dll -clotnp gwpalOa atnd ean finedt - o0/ with 10/, costs in default distrenis.