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CHARGE AGAINST TALLANGATTA DRIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
CHARGE AGAINST TALLAN: GATTA DRIVER.• William lnnichli of .Tallnnsatta, was lproceedldd' lgalnst on four char Sgee, vi|.:- (i) Falling to :.exhlibit slgn or symbol on his windcereen. (2) a.lling' to'carry a. time card. ?'(3) Carrying goods for hire or reward on i. Sunday. ,(4) Driving a' cnommercial goode v?ehicle outside the radius per iltled In his licence. Defendant did not appeltr. .Insilector ]iEtched gave' evidence that'.ihe interceptedl defendant onilthe Hluno Jlighway near Winton on Sun day; '13th 1 larch. Defendant said. he wns ?itaking tile Hcrnap Inetal to Alel .boirne. ]lo snid he '.was beilng.,pald for talrig the u.load ' Thero, was no. transplort" sticker on: the windecreen, ald 'hel had' no tinme card. III .llic ellce only:entitled him to'carry goods wllthlp 20 mnllca radius of Tallangatta. Islloltor' Steolo t givo: corroborative evidence. ' ... Defendant was fined £1 in ealch' of tihe Ill;t-two chllrgeea and'; £2 elich' on, tllh lalst two chargells. Costs amoun toli ...
WESLEY BI-CENTENARY BENALLA COMMEMORATES. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
WESLEY BICENTENARY ,,BENALLA, COMMEMORATES. ,HI'l Mothodi? t Churches through out Victorlia -and Tasmania have this woek boon:- commemorating the hi-centenary -of John 1Weoly's con voerson;, which to;k:; place on .May 24th, 1738-200.yealrs ago. Ieonalla Joined in the celeloratlons on Sunday last ihenian spciell form of. service wan hold. . Throughout the service, ltov.' L : .: Wilkinson Inloerolilurctd short -Italks on the lifo of the Weoley lrother. : trd their~:mlssololoury work and( teaching..' -THE UNWELCOME STRANGER It It:,popularly believed, that'~ Aus Iralloa hRad a monoploly on 'con" nmen but, Judging by the adventures of a New, Zealandor, at.one of. Bonalla's hostelries, lont week-end, the ."Happy Isles" are not 'to be outdono. Owner of a thousand mythical " sheep, the stranger within Jonalla's Rante, sui coeded in separatlig a citizen from a emall ;amount!of: cash and then with amazing coolness?, proconded to Mel liourno and; nccgrding toi a phone mossago, put' over a glib...
THE U.C.P. BREAK GRETA BRANCH REMAINS WITH OLD PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
THE U.C.P. BREAK I GRETA BRANCH REMAINS' WITH OLD 'PARTY. NE of' tho largest .'ineeotigs of in'mlberseof th Greta brlanch of the United Country iarty: Was held at thdlGr!ota.hall lon- Saturday night, May 22, ,feorthe. purpose of appointing a secretary .anll other branch matters. The prenident .(Mr:-I. , Sinclair), occu pled the chair and' extended a well come to Air ,T. . Simpson, of AMoyhu Park, who Wan present. Mr AfM. '. Jlancock wan" appointed to the poslition. oft secretary in place of Mr' E. T. V. Elllis,: ?.who has re signed. A.:llvoly discusalon on sued on the action; of delegatese at't confereince; inolboler seierely , .,crlticilng., their failure to abidelo by majority. rule, .and thus' committing their branch, when they kncw In advance that'mombers were divided on the qluestion ,of- the Mclgwen expulsilon. noliowing thi~s Cr: P. C. Snow?den and Messrs J. J. Petty and ;f.' Davenpo-rt ' tendered their roignatllons 'and left the hall. Cr. IR. T. 1111 andl Mr W., Younger were...
Effect of National Insurance BENALLA FRIENDLY SOCIETIES APPREHENSIVE OPINIONS AT HIBERNIAN DINNER [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
Effect of Aational Insurance BENALLA FRIENDLY SOCIETIES APPREHENSIVE - - OPINIONS AT HIBERNIAN DINNER Although it was conceded that National Insurance was a neces* ,? ty; speakers at the annual dinner of the Bensll branch of the A..C':: B Society, last Saturday nioht, expressed fears that th Commonwealth Government would usurp the place held by: the Friendly Societies as belneactors of. the public, and would, in addit on, turn the Fnanlil resources of these societies to its own use ''. If.the bodies concerned were not alert In guarding their affairs. The dinner was ;artily attended and all the societuy branche* coniiri-ir.g the enala Friendly SocIetiee' Association, were repre .-ntd. .Durrng the evening Rev. Father Shanahan presented Mr J. :? ,rnme with the Past-presldent's Certificate. ,,.:'isitors were . present from the i ":- angarnttat branch of the H.A.C.B.S., .aind: the :various' Friendly Societies S' icomprising the lUenalla Association, "' li .y,. A.N.A., . Oddfellows, I.OR....
GOLDEN VALE ASSOCIATES. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
GOLDEN. VALE ASSOCIATES. Tho Golden Vale nssoclnton hold a 12 ho.o'. stroke Handlcap on Saturday last, ronultlng in n win for Mrs lMur ;Iltt, 01-2-37.' Following are tho do-, talle:-Mras Murflttt, 01-24-87; Mrs Button,'; 02-24-38;, Mrse, A., J. Brown 02-24-38; jMrs.Ci',Volk, 66-24-42; Mrs L,.. Tonkyn, 85, 22 2/3-42 1/3; Msles E. gaffnoy, .7,24-43; :IAs ,M/'A:. Day, 8D-.j '22-47; ~isHr Hinnnon, 71-24-17; 'Arm T''hornburn, ,7-24-49; MrmL ,Croucher, 74-24-60; .IlHHn L. Crlm lnn, 75-24-I1; IlsnLong,. 70-24-55; Mrs A. .Urqiuhart, 85-24-61; AlrH Cobbott, ,111-24-87.
GRAND EMPIRE BALL SUCCESSFUL AND ENJOYABLE FUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
GRAND EMPIRE BALL SUCCESSFUL AND ENJOYABLE FUNCTION. THE annual Emplre Ball which was held at the Shire Hall on Tuesday evening last to help raise funds to liquidate the debt on the Soldiers' Memorial Hall; was very succesaful. Altogether f37 was taken at the door. and several other amounts are still outstanding. It Is hoped to have a substantial profit- to place to the funds named. The president, Mr H. Hossaclk, and the secretary, Mr B. "Dynesen, had a busy time, and with the assistance of a strong working committee had all ar rangements perfect. The Minerva Dance Band provided bright music, whilst supper extras were played by Messrs Clemn Perrin (piano) and Leo Crawford (saxo phone). Bridge and euchre were played at the Memorial Hall, and were in charge of Mrs E. T. Brown. The prize for the secret number was won by Mr Box who subsequently donated his prize back-to the C.W.A.- Mr Waller and Mrs Croucher tied for, the prize for holding the ace of spades the greatest number of times ...
SPIK DRY CLEANERS 15 CARRIER STREET, BENALLA PRICE LIST. MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
FSPIK DRY. CLEANERS 15 CARRIER STREET, BENALLA PRICE LIST. MEN. Stlt, 5/6; 2 Stit.s, 10/; SuIt, extra :" I'routsers, 8/: Coat and Trousers, 5/; Coat nt.1d Veat, 3/6; Trousers and VetL 3/; Coat only, 3/; Gream Trous eon, 2/0; Dinner. or Full .Dreos Suits, 1/6 and 6/; Pullovers, Cardigan, or Sweater, 2/: Blazers, "2/0; 'Scarfs, 1/0; Suit, three piece (pressed ,only). 3/6; Sutt, two place (pressed only). 2/6f. -on'e Light Overcoats, 5/0; Afon's HIeavy Overcoats, 8/; Ties,' 4d. LADIES. Costumes with short coat, 4/; Cos tulmes with long coat, 4/6; Top Coats, 4/6; PFrcks, 4/1 Evening Frocks ;./;:..? Shirts, Plain,' 2/: Skirts,' Pleated,, 2/8` to 3/; Woollon Costumes and Frockl, :, 4/; WVoollen Cardlians 'and Qolters,
BRIDE IN IVORY GOWN WILKINSON—NEWMAN WEDDING [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 27 May 1938
BRIDE IN IVORY GOWN WILKINSON-NEWMAN WEDDING A GOWN of Ivory cloque was chosen by Miss Inez M. Newman to wear for her wedding to Mr Roy Iuek Wilkinson of Benalla, at All Saint's Memorial Church, Sandring- ham, on Tuesday evening. The bride, who is the younger daughter of the late Mr John Newman and of Mrs S. Drewett of Warrnambool, was given away by Mr Neil Grant, and had Miss Marjorie Lee (Birchip) as her bridesmaid. Rev. J. W. Oates performed the ceremony, at which the bridegroom was supported by his brother, Mr T. I. Wilkinson, as best man. He is the younger son of Mr and Mrs P. H. Wilkinson, formerly of Eula Lea, Arcadia. The bridal gown was charmingly fashioned, the material which was patterned with a leaf design, being draped to a high neckline, and the bodice shirred on the shoulders to give a soft fulness. The simply fitt- ing skirt extended at the back to form a train. A spray of orange blos- som was set at the throat, and orange blossom was used to hold in place her beauti...
THOONA CRICKET ASSOCIATION HALL TO COMMEMORATE PREMIERSHIP. PRESENTATION OF "TONKIN" CUP TO BUNGEET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
THOONA CRICKET. ASSOCIATION., IALL TO COMMEMORATE PREMIERSHIP. PRESENTATION OF "TONKIN" CUP TO BUNGEET CLUB. The Thoons Hall presented a gay appearance on Thursday evening of leaf week when the Thoons and District Cricket As sociation celebrated the winning of the 1937-38 premiership. The hall was decorated in green and gold, the colors of Bungeet, the winning team. The ball was well attended by sup porters of the teams belonging to the association and also quite a number of visitors. The floor was in wonder ful condition despite the wet even ing. Both financially and socially it was a great success. Dancing was well patronlsed under the able hand ling of Mr Frank Martin as M.C., till a lull was called at 10.45 by the chair man, Cr. J. E. Bowdern. Cr. Bowdern addressed the gather Ing on the merits of the win by Bun geet of the 1937-38 premiership. De termination and grit were required by the winners to overcome the great stand that Lake Rowan had put up in their first visit to the w...
MODEL AEROPLANES AS HOBBY Constructed 10 Models. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
MODEL AEROPLANES AS HOBBY Constructed 10 Models. Probabilyonel of the most fascinat Ind: e Idohobbles i?connected with avl atfon..is 'the imaking of model 'planes. In, Mir P.''Wood,; of ?thoe C.R.., eonalla: has :one 'of the' Stato's _most astuto model.:i ,aircraftsmen '0.'f Mr Wood has Indulged in this pastime[ for sIon e yearis and; at the mbmoent, has .ten 'mDdels onh exhibition. 'in Melbhournd'. .'
BENALLA'S FIRST AIR TRAVELLER. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
BENALLA'S~'FIRST AIR TRAV- : . nLL.ER Tho late Mr WV Howship, photo grapher, has theo honor of Bonalla's ifirnt air paeongoer, iiHe went' up as passenger ,with. Pllot. Carey,. to take photographs, and In th?l. flight. had,'he mlrifortune to .loso a valuable leIni of his ainera, ,which. .:ijaonever re cov ered; The pilot, \,Mr Cnroy.now aged 63 'years, is still flyin:'g this 'machine,
OBITUARY MRS BEATRICE FLORENCE CROCKFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
OBITUARY MRS BEATRICE FLORENCE` CROCKFORD. FOLLOWING an illness extending over some months, the death oc cured at her home at Benalla on Tuesday last of Mrs Beatrice Flor-j once Crockford, wife of Mr Robert J. Crockford, of Benalla. Theo late Mrs Crockford was a daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas Smith, and wasn born' at Brighton 51 years ago. At the age of 28 years, she was married at New port to Mr Robert Crockford, who survives her together with four sons and three .daughters, viz.. Annile, Thomas; ,Mary. John, Robert, CeQil and Juno for whom deep sympathy is felt in their bereavement. The re rlains were Interred In the Williams town cemetery on Thursday last. * 0 BABY VARCOE Mr and Mrs George Varcoc, of Ben alla, had the misfortune to losne their four months old dauglhter, Verna Joy, on Tuesday last after an illness ex tending over a few weeks. The burial was to the o.Bnalla cemetery on Wed nesday. Rei~. L 'E: Wilkinson con ducted the service at the graveslde, and Mr BI. A. Abbott bh...
Air Personalities [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
.Air : Personalities MR. AUOElNtEN, of the Civil Avi ation fBoard arrived at Jlenalln not nt nlght to Inspect the neV 'drotne, to allot the spaces for the varioust planes taking part In the pagetant, aIR. those open for Inspectlon by the public, as well. as the offlcial stands. lie will make the Inspectlon with fMr FIawekner, the shire engineer, and members of the . committeo to-day. MAr Augoneon will obe the control olflcor of the planes. An stated In another column of thi Issue, :Ar 1J. 1'. Wood, District On glneer for the Country Ruada Hlard, ihals tenoll odels of planes ont'exhllbition Itt the A?leunom. T'hoese Include: Wright Tllplnno; Telorlot' Alnoplnneo; Avro Trlplnne; Vicor Vlmy pllllano (Sir Ross Smlth's): Patlrey 1loat gea i)lane; :; ;leotlcer Monoplmne (Boul. horn Crosn); Clerva Auto Gyro; Do Ilavlhrnd lnnolplaneo; gopwlth "Camel"; Do Iltvllund "CoaCot. " Air Wool commenced ll uling theose models In 1)20 to show the hlntory of Ilylng, from the early machilne to the prese...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
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1st BENALLA SCOUTS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
, ItBENALLA SCOUTS L AST Thursday, evening, lasihlng and.'flrst- ald were practised.: Not many scouts were at the meeting, but those that' were there wore, pleased to know that we will be able to camp In either a shelter in the show grounds at Numurkah or. n a hall. The, cost.our Assisatant tells. us, will ho'in the vicinity of six shillings. This cost includes return transport' and food for the week-end in camp. There in a trophy for a 'troop event on the programme, also the guessing the weight of a live sheep.- There will be plenty, of other attractions on the Iprogramme, and it the Scouts want to go they must attend ail pradtices There is not much time left for.prnc tice because we leave on Saturday, June 11. Until the next Issue the int Bonalla Scouts bid you "Au rtovoir."
"SMITHY'S" RECORDS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
"SMITHY'S:' RtCORDS This famious airman hias ,countless records to his credit, that rank him ias world's' alrman'No.?1 of all time.: His list of achievements mnalke interesting history, as follows:-' World's 'endurance record for tri-, motor plane;: "The Sout horn Cross,".Pin 40 and 53 ;hours; respectively in 1927. First' and. only: successfull ,Paclo flight in- 'Southern Cross" wlth ,Ulm, Lyons and Warren. Australlan long. distanice record of 2000 `miles..' First. '. successful Atlantic flight from England t6' America. First successful round , the world : 'fl First -No?w Zeland-Ausltrali? flight. First Australia-Nowi Zealthind'flight. Seven successful air mail flights ,tno and from New Zealand: First Anutr?alla-England air mall flight, also :LEngland-Australlia maill flight. > -All `the above flights" in 'Southeo? Cross -Fourl times hblder! of' Fngland-Aus? tralia record (solo).'.,r: J First ando only iAustralia-Amerlcea flight In: s;lngl- ngo?n:. cd Loechhead, At the tlim of, :...
WANGARATTA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
WANGARATTA :HOSPITAL. At a well attended meeting of reel dents at" the (oCleomallbeo fHall on Saturday night, It was. unanlmoulsly decided todrun'a concert and' danpo In the Goomallbee Hall In aid'' of the hoopltal funds on Tuesday night, 21st Junoe. All. arrangemnents were left In the hands of IMessrs D1). V.' Heanoy and T. B3allantlno.. The concert and dance: Is'to he fully advertised. . All preeont;'promloed to . work : hard to make the function a Raucces finanel ally and otherwlie. ThIs ontertaln ment has been hold for many, years and has boeen nvariably. a great fin anclal and socIal ouccesa. One of the past entertalnments realised close on 140 clear for the hospital. '