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WEDDING MONDS—SANDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
WEDDING MONDS-SANDERS. HOLY.Trlnity Church, Benalla,, was the setting for a pretty all 'blue wedding on Saturday, 21st May, when Dorothy Jean, third daughter of Mr and Mrs J. W. Sanders, Greta South, was married to Mr Nell 'A. Monde, younger son of Mr '. and Mrs W.. Mends. The ceremony was performed' by Rev. Kennedy, Ice blue figured satin fashioned the bride's graceful gown. The bodice was slightly. shirred on, to a cross cut. skirt: which' extended to a graceful train, the long fitting Empire sleeves adding a strik ing note. A matching ; halo, which was worn with blue tulle over an em; broldered veil, lent by.'the brlde's. ls ter, Mrs Lloyd, waia finished with a roll: of ;eed pearls. ', The : beautiful houquet and., trail . comrised del-, phiniums' and' franglpanrisl;. The bride' was attended :by-her . slster, Alma,; and _the' bridegroom's nl6ce,: Joan Monds, as tralnbearer. ' - They were frocked alike miceo .blue georgette over taffeta with shirred bodices' full skirts and very f...
GOLDEN VALE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
GOLDEN ,VALE CLUB. Men 8holes stroke' handicap held ;oni Saturdiay:iy last sresulted:--H. Simonr (27) 57, H: McKenzieo(24); 65,; It. ILaity (22), 66: IR.. St?venson (27), 70: 11l. Leah'y '(24), 70;'; -: Lon '(21), 71;' O. :J. Whlte (14), .72 :? P Sullivan (24) .73; A;,.Sullivan (22), 1-75;?T.' Thornburn (27), 76; A. Marks (24), 76 A. Russell (27), 76. '- There will; hbe - no omclal club comrn petition. next Saturday, 4th June, or on Saturday, llth June.
SWANPOOL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
SWANPOOL, CLUBU - ':A, good attendance, of mcmbers was . present on, Saturday when`: play commenced with. 9: holes .of? mixes foursomes, and then an'approach and putt ,competition for ladles. and girls, and; a long : driving '.competition for men."' The winners were: Mixed foursonies,: A Marston and Miss V. Hayes. Men's single,: T. Murray, Ladles' approach and putt," Miss J. Burns:.,.. ' :e?Ont's' approach and putt?F. Hors burgh. . Long drive;, A JI Dennise, soine of the ieading cards -were: A. Marston and Miss WV.V Hayes (15j), 27?; A. Heaneyf and M Mrs 'P. Burns (15)1 339) i:P.- Mathleson and Miss E. Burns (159), '6; J. Gleeson and Miss J. Burns (15); 36 M: 'Burns and Miss L. Benocin (1(0), 36 i'd. Murray and Miss BR. a.lviey (171), 371: ;A. J. Dennis and Mrs awley; (121); 871. N=egt .Saturday will beo. devoted to the usualsoies ofii playifor cups.
BENALLA AERODROME. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
BENALLA AERODROMIE.g- ; It is also;thoýproudd boast that dur Ing the eleven years that thls 'drbme has: been licensed, there had not been a ;minor~acildent of, any rdeoeor?Itlon, nora easn of a&ny machinebolohngbog% ged.- It In estimated: that° approxi mately; 1600 landings wieto madli on service and passenger fllghts. ". This ground Is owned by Mr ,V. Little, and was' establlshed and carried on .by the. Stewart family of ) Benallag IMr Reg. Stewart being the mover in the flrst place.. It Isalso of interest to note thatI3' types'of planesrused this ground during the above period.
HOW TO FLY IN ONE LESSON [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
HOW TO FLY IN, ONE . LESSON . :FTER reading ths., step up to any dl.the planes you nee lying about 'he Bonenalla 'drome on Saturday, 'ket into it, make. yourself comfortable, be |lirel that tho' owhner doesn't see you, and .be sure that the plane has aero hatlc harness. Do up your straps, get:' s6mebodir standing by to swing the pro?.:;i then when, he shouts contact,.. switch on -the, double switch-you'll see It In front of you. Disregard all,. the other gadgets now put your feet: on" the rudder, bar, put your left hand'. oih the throttle,'and your right qn the, stick, olden the throttle a little for, taxi-ing keep the"stick forward,'turn ' Into the wind, see that no one is In': the way' and the the throttle right.. forward. Dori't look at .the ground, ,watch the air speed Indicator, and,, climb at 40 degrees. Now you are flying. When you ,want to land, just. close?. the throttle ;and' wait for thet bump!
TYPICAL HUMOUR [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
TYPICAL HUMOUR THE finallsation meeting lnst Tue. day night of the Aerial Paegeant ':omnittee, was not without • Its in itancei ,of. what has come to be tnown as "typical Digger humour." There was the quention of water for the "canteens" and :!'estaminets,' and vhon dlsuseeing some other financial ?Iit, ??one, "committeeman mentioned 'wh~it'you lose on the hook you get nack on the old church window." 'rown and anchor has not been for .Rotten. WVhen Itrr G. Say was enumerating aome of, thoe duties and the mon.. I "ad' to crrry them out, he like Gilbert tnd Sullivan'"'Lord High Executioner if Mikado fame,. "Had them on his list." Air Say also appealed for emall 'ace to hold" the lucre and demon itrated how straps would be attached, mvhereuponihe wae immediately ohris ened ?Mrinnie Lyone' and iAvited to n'"'evonse the field,"
AIRCRAFT ENGINEER. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
AIRCRAFT ENGINEER. .Mr Arthur. Baird (late of Benalla) in another who has earned consider? ableo praiseo in the above. He is - in charge of Quantas ';Emplro ' Airways Ltd.'s" workshops, and is= responsible for theo romarkableo record : oft' rol?a bility' and safety. that thil company hasearned. He was also one of 'the founders :of this . pioneer service,: which+. was formed is-n . n 1021 'with hleadquarters, in Brisbano.
LEADING AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
LEADING AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY Mr J. T.. Iarrison, a IBenalla natlve, in a leading: exponent of thin art, and in conhlderod by experts to ibe the lending: photographer in -Aun tralin? Hie ilso specialises in' car racing, etc., and hisn 'plcture" haive been printedli 'nll the leading"papers In Auntralian , .In .hla , trade ho~ e han covered thousand? of `miles by.air.,"
FIRST INTERSTATE AIR TRAVELLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
FIRST- INTERSTATE AIR S TRAVELLERS. A?r and Mfrs . Stewart of Benalla *iWest, were the first passengers to fly frim Benalla to Sydney, to view the opening of the harbor Bridge in 1931. I! was a D.II. 36 mhchine piloted by M1r Pat Hall and owned by the late Sir Charles Klngsford Smith. The five sons of Mr and Mrs Stewart are all aviation enthusiasts, and 'have spent conslderableitlmq In ?the air, the family all doing "the sharo in the establishment and maintenance of 'Benalta's several aerodromes in the past.:
GLIDING INSTRUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
GLIDINGINSTRUOTION." V ir Frod GOncoigne of ai'Bnn la' in also a leading figuro, In this fansclnat ing, sport, which he has followed for many years., For/', t-.?iconsldorablc, period ho has been an Instructor in one of. the lending Vlctorian Gliding Cluhs?, and 'Dme 'tii 'ag hO' won aR acholarahlivWhich was given "for- this
"POKER PADDOCK." [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
"POKER PADDOCK?. . Hlstory attaichen a luaint story to the nmoe of "Pokelr Paddock" which was the original tlln nof that anrea of land now known as tifo .-, erienilk Aerodroome Many. years~ l ago 'this ground was th~intake In' o game of poker betwoen two .piineor a?? y Asto who shouid'ii, ilts l iposi~aspr.ond aptly enough, it; became delsgnated ts? "Poker 'Paddock." .The spirit of "taking a chance" has ? Ien , deeply bred in thL.Augtraliap, 2nd it Is, per 13aps,. thin splrlt.which; accobnteA fop the ma?ni anto'hdling?; acecomrplish :nents of Atustraalan 'ailrmen, in the ·orld's aeronautical history. y
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
Watts,T urn bull & Co STOCK, LAND AND FINANCIAL AGENTS HEAD OFFICEI BENALLA. BRANCHES.* W angartta, Rutherln, Dookle, St James, S Divenhlbh, Violet Town,. ?Curo, Tea end Man?fleld. Stock Sales also conducted: at. Laror. Sttthbogse, Rutf.' Brieain, Bonnie Doon and Lonlrwood. AGENTS FOR : The Famous "O*pD'iPs Dip" (Manufactured nl Aus tralja). The Cuafor of Estates of Deceased Persons. The Coinderotal Union Fire Aelmmnce Co. Ltd., London. and Lanebhlre Fir hInsurance Company, and Finance Company. Sub Agents for Australlan Mutual Provident Society. Trucking Agents for Watts, Turnbull and Co., Melbourne. We ales have a big seleotion of Houses and HOUSE AND BUILDING BLOCKS for Private Sale, and Intending buyers should ml..ake. ar point of seeing our list. LOANS ARRANGED. We can arrange Loans over Broad Acres and 'Sownship Securitl at the Lowest Current Rates of. Interest. Strictest Secrecy. WATTS, TURNBULL AND CO. 'Phone 17. BRIDGE STREET, BENALLA Robinson and Monds .EO, ROEINSON...
UGLY MAN COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
UGLY MAN COMPFTrTION -HO In Benalla's ugliest man, or I shall we say, most popular .man? The citizens of Benalia and distrlcts are given the opporturity of expres sing their opinion, and at the same time. helping in a very material 'way the ever verdant causeo of. charity. In connection with the Popular Girl Quest, which has just been launched to raise funds for the local Ambulance and Bush Nursing Hos pital, the Apex Club agreed to spon sor and support one of the most popular girls, and when· .approached by members of the club, Miss Owen Stole, the popular daughterr of Mr and Mrs Percy Btolz, graciously ac cepted the nomination, and in order to.ralso funds In her support the Apexlans decided to organise, among other things, an Ugly Man Competl tlon. Actually, the competition is to find Bonalla's most popular, male citizen. However, the' manly' pride of the three gentlemen to content the title would. not permit them . to stand as popular men, but as all are real good sportsmen ,and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
AND T H E HOP GROWERS . k Every year, in March to May, the rich hop harvest is gathered from the vines by in ary ofpickers. The ps are then carefully treated in modern hop kins toproduce the iigh t quality dried hops, large quantities of which are required .every year: by., l ' Tehop growers have great faith in the future of their interesting indutry, which I. TE S E M .BU E jITTE -- 11 +. 'NnoTs LAGER. * VICTORIA BITT E. R :···,:i? The i C aCarl &t U ron Special Alf o Ctreion Khaki Stout Carton PBieser ... : ,. . o • k n io A. .t r e . . ^ ; . " , ., . . AND CNITED PRODUCTES COMPRIEA IE: FOLLWIN BEEERS: U'~~~STER'S ~ ~ C LAE EBODEDT ABBOS LSER * VITORA BT~TER into~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~a~~1 -rseosidsrepoigalrenmbro epei elh~n rftbe
RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
RIFLE SHOOTING TFE fourth shoot for the club tro phy was fired over. the three ranges en Saturday last. H. Lane was'again top' off the rifle withL100. H. V. Smith Is the leader at the pres-: ent stage.' Scores:- : 300 500 600 DHop. Total H. Lane .. '.. 34 4: 22.3.38 103.3 It. R]edpath .. 33 32 34 4.4 103.4 H V. Smith "' 33' 34 32 .6 106. T. Stephene " 31S ? ? 2.2 95.3 A. L, Guppy .. 31' 33 27 7.1" 08.1 I Gray . . .. 28 1 28 12 99"' The next shoot will be held on 11th June.
SOVEREIGNS AT £2/0/5 [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
SOVEREIGNS AT £2/0/5 SOVEREIGNs, now almost obsolete, are quoted for purchase at £2/0/5 each at the Commonwealth Bank. The premium of more than 100 per cent. is due to the high price of gold Bales now average about 50 weekly at the Melbourne bank, but occasion ally a fair-sized parcel still comes In front a hoarder, or in the clean-up of a deceased estate. A few years ago, when gold took a spectacular rise in price, sales of sovereigns were heavy. The bank does. not put the sover eigns back into currency. They are used partly as a backing for the Commonwealth note Issue, or, per haps, sold later in gold bars at a proflL Often the bank receives requests from people going abroad for a fewi sovereigns or from persons wishing to make a present, but the sovereigns,, once in custody of the bank, now. are, never, released. There was a time when sovereigns were sold by people for a premluin of 3/ each to Chinese, who "sweated": them for profit.
A LAWYER IN AN EDITOR'S BED [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
A LAWYER- IN AN L E £DITOR'S: BED 'I*?lcept in an editorbed lait ntight.[ * When no other chanced; to-be'nigh And I thought, as,.I' tumbled -the Sedtor's bed. : , . .. How' easily editors: lie!'" The Editor , "It the lawyer eleptl?i the editor's bed Wheni`?i othei charied'to be nigh' And though he : :has written;,. and : Howv eislly 'editors ille," ,: He must then admit, ahs he lay,on that bed SiAnd slept to his heart's desire, Whateverhe may: say of the edltor' The,,hawyer hlmaelt was the ,lier." I'irst published In 'Chambers Journal'
DANGER OF ENTERING LANDING GROUND To the Editor, "Ensign." [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
DANGEIUR. OENTERING . LANDING GROUND : Tothe- Editor, "Ensign. ", ,.?*Sir,-In rconnection, with .tho,pag cant tobe held by .the'Royal Victorian Aero Clubi at Benalla on Saturday. 4th June, thlse Council .,would".' makea-an appeal for those who are in attend incettio' keeoopldr' ' ofti theolanding People have in the past., foolishly 'run on 'to. the landing' groundid and: got In' the, way.of - moving aiarcraft, lin fact,".soma .people have, been' serlousely Injured,in'.thise.manner.. We would urge people to beaspbrting and let the pilots land and'take off Irn safoty and; withouit 'interference. ' ,Y; -." '-We would 'also point out' that ift an :aeroplaner should..boe? stationary," it' &lt;i advisable for 'the .crowd "to' keep well back, as they may, be~ pusheduiinder' the propellor blades- ., Aeroplane ,pro= pellor, bladea can ?flilct ashocking.'in jurles, ,in fact, it can., :be c:,sald that 'propqllor blades hit; hard :-and .have no regrets." - , Trusting you' can give some ...