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EMPIRE DEFENCE [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938

EMPIR! DE[[NC! THE Hawker Demomnsr that ?wiii be seen at Benalla on Saturday aro an example of what Britain can. pro duce in the shape of battleships` of the air. A. flrm that is closely allied with Itawker'e is the Gloster, who manufacture the Gloater' Gladiator. * A fighting. plane, single 'seater, 'single bay pliano (single bay moeais that it has only one pair of struts to each wing apart from the centre section), it has a maximum speed of pyore thari 260 miles per hour, and can climb 10,000 feet in three min utes,. Its maximum climbing power or ceiling is 33.000 feet. It has sup ercharged 650 horse power engine pf the Bristol Pegasus type; four guns in' the pilot's cockpit. Two fire through the propeller are and two fire under the lower wing clear of the propeller. 'Tho plane in both a day, and' night fighter with radio, and can' be, used either. as an 'interceptor' or 'patrol ..................

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GOOMALIBEE NEWS HALL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938

GOOMALIBEE NEWS HALL COMMITTEE.° HE annual meeting of the Goom alibee Hall committee was held at the` hall on 'Saturday night last, 28th Inast.'Mr D.- oW..{ Heaney, the president, was In. the chair,. others present being Messrs T..Ballantine (secretary and treasurer), ' Meadows, C .White,, A...Ballantine,,:F. Wilson, Burton,, L.. Guppy, WV. . Caroey, fM. Currie and W. J. Carey junr. The minutes of last mdeting were read and confirmed on .the motion. of Mr W. 3.J. Carey, seconded by, Ir AN. G. Meadows. The'balance shoot was read by the secretary, and was considered satis factory and was unanimously adop ted.: AMr D..W. Heaney was unanimously ro-elected presaldent; T. " Ballantine, secretary and treasurer: Mesers N. O/B. Meadows, vice-president. LAll present were elected to the commit tee with -power to add, ' A long discussion over the state of the hall, the financial position of the hall funds, which 'are over £40 in debt; and the lack of Interest taken in the hall by the residents ...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"PAR AVION" --- Men of The Air. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938

"PAR AVION" --- Men of The Air. The Royal Dutch Air Liner, "Ulver" which came second in Centenary Air Race. It was piloted by Parmentior and Moll, and beaten by Campbell Black and Scott. Blick .ws 'subse quantlytillled ano the .Ylver".craihed, l~iflamea .whilp flying pvr .ra Persia.. ··r····· ·-i*:- · ·-·-·-·.. . . . . `?:_.'-.:2~- )·: - There could be no bettor motto for this great day than that of all Australia Air Servloes-'Par Avion"-a salutation 'to the men ,who have striven, those who are striving; and to the airmeanof, the future. Right to Loft:-Messs' A. Roscoe (Hon. Soc.); G. Nason'(President); S. Hyde( Assiatant Sec.) of the Pageant.

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938

Oficial Programme and Special [dition Commemoratig Opening Benalla Aerodrome, Saturday, 4th June, 1938 4-1 '.*FOR EUTIER AUY WEAR ',. *.* ir * SWAN PENS, " ONOTO PENS '" CONWAY PENS F; : YNE POYNT PENCILS The Jewellers ' . Ki; ANDERSONP Speciali-sig in Upholstery New and Used Furniture. "RIDGE STREET, BENALLA RAILWAY STREET, EUROA. ALAN C. RUSSELL B.A. LL IFTB. 36 NUNN STRT, ENALA .(t Bidge Sreet)A 'i ' , (H T.. Ni cholls) J pecihLasting Upholishtery " New and Used Furniture. { Ob tai?n alle, only at' rr ',CON. HARRIS ' ,,,GROCER & GENERAL PRO, itu at" | : VISION MERECHANALLA S,, Phone 77242. BIN an s Funuture |??,i;?F',Qlc Sale. Chevrolet 1936 Modeli equal TChevrolet Roadsteru can u 'snaPPyMefr - .ranteed ' ,Your Ca or Truckin Trad ". Terms to Sut. : .'UN DERWOOD'SHA Sne. BeauSTEEful, r. GENALLA C;.„* Ph. 'Truc ;,i(2). 'e-condi *STPM' BENALLA Admission to Pageant : ,Gent 2/-, Lady 1/6, Children 6 to 1i6 d. lfficial Pageant Programme: 1.30-1.45-FLY PAST. All Machines. 1.45-2...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THOSE RESPONSIBLE FOR BENALLA'S BIG AIR PAGEANT [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938

THOSE RESPONSIBLE FOR BENALLA'S BIG AIR PAGEANT Tho?e reCpnonslle for the l big tlnek or carrying 'ltilt Bnlalht'? ' big" nil' pagenilt are it follow: President : Mr Geeo.' Nason J;P;. Vice.Presidont : Mr'A. Molnto Secretary Mr; A, W :Roscoe.' Asst. Secretary Mr 8. Hyde. "Publicity Committee.: Messrs 'A; -Box, H;: P. ;Wood and' H.:aT.' FlyingI Program:- Mesirs J. Gill man, H. P. Wood: and L. B; Garson. Tickets: Messrs G.. Say, P. Conri. nolly, L. Jenkyn; and M. G. B.o Meadows. Parking : Messrs Bigmore, A. H. Smith and H. Hossack. Ground : Messrs Crivelli, Mca Crickard, A. Box, P. Moffatt, J. Gillman, L. Fawckner, L. Bamford and F. Kay. Finance Manager :,Mr H. John. ,aton. Collectors : Messrs Pinkstone; F. Kay, R. Bourke, :S. Hyde, H. Wallace.:andY'M. G.0 B. Mea dows. ' Refreshments:. Meadamess Mur fitt,' Li. B. Garson, H. T. Nich oils, F. Kay, D. Harper, G. Say, J. Gillman, A. Smith, F. Wallace and ,Sister Cham bers, Messrsl B. Briggs, and W. Say..

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"ENSIGN" SPECIAL SOUVENIR Sales to Benefit District Charities [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938

:"ENSIGN" SPECIAL SOUVENIR . Sales to Benefit District Charities The" management of the "Benalla Ensign" present, with pleasure, this official souvenir edition to commemorate a great occasion in the district's history. Attention is drawn to the fact that fifty per cent. of the proceeds from the sales of this souvenir edition will be devoted to the funds for which the pageant is being held, viz., R.S.L. Distressed Soldiers' Fund, Bush Nursing Hospital Indigent Patients' Fund and Soldiers' Memorial Hall. An earnest appeal is made to the public to give addi. tional support to the big effort of the day by purchasing a copy of this special edition.

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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VICTORIAN RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938

VICTORIAN RAILWAYS. ENDERS are invited for the " ERECTION OF DEPARTMEN TAL RESIDENCE. .OUTBUILDINGS AND FENCING AT VIOLET TOWN. Pirtlculars at Contractors' Room, Railway Admlnlstrative Ofmces, Spen cer Street, Melbourne, and at Benall railway station. Tenders endorsed "Tender for D.I., Violet Town" must reach the Tender Box, Room 191, Railway Administrative Omces, Spencer Street, Melbourne, by 11 am. on lth June. , No tender will ne?esrlly be ao cepted. ' per, term at Wangaratta 'Technical School. Second Term commences

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938

PERSONAL. Mr .Fred Pulling, accompanied by Mrs?Pullling, and family. passed ,through Benalla on Tuesday last, and during their briot stay¥Ain the town renewed many of their former friend. ships. , Mie M iii Hanson who has been on the staft of the State ElectrlOlty Com-' ilseslon for'the past four years, has resigned her position and leaves to reslde in the city in a few weeks. Durlng her residence here Mise Han senihas made many friends who will regret' her departure. CONTRADICTION. -The recent Baddaginnie Sports showed a profit of £21 .and not £28 as previously stated i:n ,these columns.

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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THANK YOU! [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938

THANK YOU'! Mr Soderstrom, We find the Tolson Products wo bought from you the bost wo over used. The WashingPowder is won derful for washing clothes, separators, ilnos, dishes, glassware. windows, etc. As there la no caustlo in It, it Is so ntico on the hands. (asgned)' MR & MRS BEN SMIlTH, One of,; many unsoliclted letters re ceived, by me,. .eoI Jottr . B-OD itSTROM, Teflon Better Health Pblidtifs Dealer

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Benalla—and Falling Leaves. A WANDERER'S IMPRESSIONS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938

'Benalla-and Faling Leaves. A WANDERER'S IMPRESSIONS WI TH four hundred .miles of drought-stricken New. South Wales, grey and scorched and forlorn, tar behind, the green, welcome that greets the traveller's ' eye 'around Denalla Is very refreshing. That well-worn' phrase, coined by the late Will Rogers "So this is Lon don" may be aptly applied: "So, this is Benalla.' The russet colorings of late autumn as leaves fall, or rather drift in tawny confusion on the breathless air still warmed by a sun which has not lost Its summery touch gave 'the streets of Benalla a pleasing touch on first acquaintance, specially that long street stretching to a surpris ingly beautiful scnee of old world charm at the river and the gardens. I humor and, perhaps, the wisdom of Bonalla d Lazing, along beneath . Its smoky aureole, on a late autumn evening, with the Indefinite night-sounds and liping willows the' river brings a vivid recollection of some secluded nook of old England. The natives said there w...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BENALLA CYCLE CLUB TIME TRIAL TEST. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938

BENALLA CY€CLE CLUBiI TIME TRIAL TEST. N Saturday last the Benalla Cycle Club held a 37?nmllo 'tme, trial -race, this being the `last .trial l'hfore 'selecting a team of four rldoers to re present the ]3enalla club in Melbourne for~ tho Victorian and .,country:: pre mlershlpas on Mondayf Junt 13 (King's Birthday). B:; Below sfa a list 'of the . riders and their respective time for last Satur day's 87 mIle trial, and the 20. mile trial held on May 14: 37 Mile 20:Mile h m. s, m. . T.: Glazebrook .. :1 89 32 49 419 E. Hall ... ,. 1,:41 :69 68 47 S Hall .. .... 44 L. Warhurst 1 .. 1.'42 '8 '62 10 K.kBackhouso ..1 43 - Di Warhurst ?. 1 43 3. 5 A. H. MoMlllan . 1 43' 41 5 18 L. Green.. .. .. - as54

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The First 'Plane to Land on the New 'Drome [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938

The ?irst 'Plane to Land on the New Drome The "Lolls" owned 'by Australian National Airways, was the first pass anger plane to' land on Benallas' new aerodrome, ont Monday, let May. Excluaive photo by "Ensign" ataff photo grapher. The "Poker" paddock, owned by Mr H. "Greg?rson, was the scone of the first landing by an aeroplane in Ben alla. It was an Air Force Avro 604 K trainer, flown, by Flight-Lliut. Summers. At a lateo date this ground was licensed and landings were made by S.E.6A's, Avro 604 K's, D.H. 9A', D.H. 4, D.H.. 6's, 'all Air Force.planes.. :The ,, first palssnger filhttu (d'o Ub.t Pratt Brds.; liow of Geoloitg in a D.H. 6 from AMr IV. Clarke's property. The first para chute descent was made from a bal loon by Capt. Taylor. He ascended from the Gardens and the 'chute falling to open he landed In the river unhurt., This man later went over the Niagara Falls in Amoriea '/twice in a barrel, and was the leading ?tunt pilot. at Hollywood for a conisiderable later picked up I...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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MILITIA NEWS WITH THE 58th BATTALION. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938

. MILITIA NEWS WITH nTHE ath BATTALIO . FIPTEENZ members, of C" Coy., Wangaratta., visited, Benalls Dril Hall on Thursday evening' to'engage in the return match on the miniature range against members of Ihe local platoon. Trophles provided' by local builness people increased -consider ably the interest in the competition. The shoot was two practiees, one at the 11n. and one at the halt Inch bulls-eye targets at .36 yards: The teams match was won by, Wan. garatta, the. difference being only is points, the same ase n the previous contest. The seores were:-Wangar. atta 42., Benalla 410. Cpl. R. Clayton (W) and Pte. L. Cueworth (W) with 47 each were the beet scores off the rifle, but the for mer counted out Pte. Cusworth, and was declared the winner of the silver cup provided by the' Benaila club. Sgt. D. A. Stewart (B) with 41 was the top score of the Benalla' team, and won the silver cup donated by Messrs P. Harrison and Co. Pte. Cunworth (W) 47, was declared the winner of Mr B. Brlgg...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LARGEST PLANE IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938

LARGESS PLANE IN AUSTRALIA. The. D.C. 2 Douglas' aircraft owned and operated by Australian National Airways, ls the' largest plane In Aus-i tralla, carrying 20 passenger",, two pilots and ntewardess. It is powered by two Wright engines of'; 7. 50h.p., and cruises i? the .vicinity of 200, n.p.h. This. machia flies iegulirly from Melbourne tio Sydney. In two hours; and Molbotirne-Adetadle .' and SydneyBrisbanoe in the same time.

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW ZEPPELIN. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938

NEW ZEPPELIN. *The new air monster being built by So?Germany to replace the - ll-fated Oraf Zeppolin is designed -to :lift,100 tqnain imntll freight and passengers. Sa-;hellum gas in place of the highly ·-ldingerous hydrogen gas, used In all of "the other German Zeppelins. An ,America Is the only country.. In the world where helium In procurable, and have refused Germany supplies, it ci.polnts to the use of hydrogen again. H:,Tydrogen gan han conilderable better :flying hours than the other gases, but Is highly inflamableo. Helium on the ' other hand has not the flying power of hydrogen~, but. ie non-inflamable, and theretore safer to uno at the .cost of less pay load.

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ITEMS OF AERONAUTICAL INTEREST. LANDING GROUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938

ITEMS OF AERONAUTICAL INTEREST. LANDING GROUNDS. There are 680 anerodrome In Aus tralla. the number in each State an foiows:-N.S.W.; 154: Weet Aur tralla. 126: Queentlnnd, 109: Victoria, 94; South Australla, 73: Tasman?a, 27; Northern and Central Australla, 44; New Gulnea, 4J; Papua, 5. M r

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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ANALYSIS OF CIVIL AVIATION ACCIDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938

ANALYSIS OFCIVIL AVIATION ACCIDENTS; (19um),r'at nccldonte-(1037), 4,06, S(1036)';,:104.+(1030),;:10 l0o.''7,.: " 'I';iTotal mis flow n (1037); 12,011 10' :(193);,8 8;464 4054) (~t10,35 ? 5,641'000.., y09125 122; (190356); '31;38 10;35) 47000 Total fatal accidentsa-(1037), 13, ?'(1036);, ?:6 (10985) , Miles per o faital 1;ccIdent i(1097),: 0281077; :, (1030);' :' 1,410734,; (1035); 706,000.': Total niumber of" pilot' fatalties. ';(1087) 0o :(1086),6 0'2: ( 51), : . Mile's flown per ; pilot, fatality: -(1087); 31,34,684*14 (1030)* {1 410,734, ;,(1036);51," 128,000. ` :"'' 'Total nunb r of passen or'"; fti R? , p . ;. Total miles piier passendger fataiities --(1937)' 8(1S7979 (1930), ::1,410,734; (1936),'' 027 000 . : , : :: I '+.'2, 631429 ' mles wor?o flovn .by. sub sidlsed' air services during 1937 with=, out:linjury to passengers or crew. Causes of O9 accidents in 1937 wore personal, 69.9 per cent.; power plant, 5.1 lper cent.; aircraft structure, 10.3 per :cent.; miscollaneous, (...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VICTORIAN AND INTERSTATE AIRWAYS LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938

VICTORIAN AND INTER STATE AIRWAYS LTD. .MON ST., the aircraft visiting Boenalia' for the :opening of .the new Benallia aorodrome ,will lho three machines belongingng to. Victorian and. -Interstate Airways :.Ltd., in chargolof theo?manigling: director of the com pony, Capti Frankl-L. ? Rloliorts who will have ,with' him a staff of,:: eight men includingthree pilots and ground staff.'. SCaplt. Robert s is also ,an .,x-war pilot with'over. 20 years lying oxperl The 'company's threoe machines at Boenala. will ..be the "Wilgul Ilv, Ie edater with',i d speed of lit r?.p.l in charge of "Mr.' Kemp; the iDeosoutter, three seater, ;'' with a speed of 11i m.p.h., in. charge of Mr Buckley: and "Dawn' a Moth, in charge of Mr Old field..,. Victorian mnd. Interstate Airways Ltd:,' has, for the past, . two :years conducted'. an ?nerlalf mail and 'passen ger seorvice dally:between Melbourne, Donlllquin and'Hay..;,.:?: Thlis lservic ICapt. Robertsa stated, has maiitailned its I ' chedilo .diirling th...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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GOLF. WARRENBAYNE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938

GOLF.. WARRENBAYNE CLUB. The Warrenayno Golf Club played Ita, first club rounds on Saturday last, The links were in first class order, and some fair cards were returned. Miss Z. Willett won the ladies' event with a score (36) 41." W. Steen (11) - 63 won the men's A grade. A. Brown ing_(32) 62, was the best ofr B grade. A few of the other best cards were:-. Gents.-S. Harrison (26), 66; J. Young (10), 70; Walter Price (22), 71; C. Jensen '(33), 66; J. Vardle (13); 72. Ladie?P-Mrs Seslons (29); 43;L Mrs Price' (24), 4;'; Mrs Browning (36), 46; Mrs Jonsen (26), 53.

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938

-S ,'z,., '; k;% . V;e"!- - Illustrated is a seaplane after a catapult launch ing. The lower illustra tion shows the - an deck of th "Sarato@.'` FIREZONE IS ADDED :TO GOLDEN FLEECE PETROLS AT NO EXTRA COST! ' ! Flkmsound Gelde. Fleeoe Pote ?e the ONLY apirits tleseled to proeslde semteet, effisde lbe4letls tos. the p epttUderehet.aC OBTAINABLE AT SYDFORD MOTORS C.. HEARD'S ?. BEgALLA SUPER - v t . - ' .. ,. ' I uý ýI'ý J Rte..k" " . ." ."Deanna Durbin "100 Men and a Girl" ; Attend the EARLY SESSION And avoid the Crowd COMMENCES 5.45' P.M" AND CONCLUDES 7.20 P.M. In time for you to attend the Pageant Dance in the Memorial Hall. Ladies'" Hairdresser CLAUDE WOOTTEN PERMANENT' WAVE SPEOIALIST Nt4UXT GaUDBLU CAFU. .DNAL"A 'Pffepp - :R#WPI· m* GRAND DANCE MEMORIAL HALL TO=NIGHT (SAT.) * Bu, qqyur WINTER %OAT frowea 10 X 0.3 -So nar.. .so good looking .. so decidedly well madel Of all wool fancy costing, this style has a stitched back and sleeves, new shoulders, and a flattering collar and...

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