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WORLD FAMOUS WATCH [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
WORLD FAMOUS WATCH IN the. world of commerce ,theret are certain outstanding names f?or quallity..and reliability. Omega Is one of them. -This miikae of watch did not., become, world famous through' competition with' other -manufactur ersa, but because of quality, reoliability and valuoe. '' .?.':: : It: is Intereoting to 'note'- that Omega: timers were the only stop. watches used at. the ""American Olympic Games In 1932, and again at the Olympic Games held in Berlln in 1936. They ,were.; used because Omega watches; are regarded .by' ex ports the world over as being the beet availlable.r Mr Hi. T. Nicholls, of Nicholls and Sullivan, ;the Jewellers;, 'will · idvise you as to the beet type "of" Omega watch to uit your 'piartlcular" re-, quirements.' ______
AIR TRAVEL INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
AIR TRAVEL INSURANCE. Air travel insurance, has been re duced to the same rate as for trains and. steamehlps. Thlas decision by four of the leading insurance com-, panies in America, is oftilal recogni tion that air travel by,- regular air lines is one of the safest modes of travel. Miles Merlin Gipsy VI engine, seat Ing four passengers and pilot. It is owned by Victorian and Interstate Airways Pty. Ltd. This machine mnaintalns a service-Hay, Denlilquin, Mildura and Melbourne. (Photo by courtesy of the Shell Co).
FLYING BOAT RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
FLYING BOAT RECORD. Durban' to Southampton in 41 days was the record of- the Imperial Air ways Empire flying boat Calpurnia-a record .service flight. Ten passengers and two tons of mall were carried. This typo of machlne will shortly operate the England-Australia eor vico in; conjunction with Q.uantas Empire Ltd. The "Comper Swift" monoplano Is the amallest plane to hold the Eng; land-Australia record, and was flown by A. Buttler beating the previous re cord by 1 hour 41 mine. It was pow ered by a five cylinder PobJoy engine of fl? h.p., and was a single, seater machine. The largest plane to .hold this 'record was "The Faith In Aus tralfa.'r flown by C. Ulm, and was a sister machine to the Southern Cross. .: .?. . .. '. I
GOLF NOTES BENNALLA CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
GOLF NOTES BENNALLA CLUB. On Saturday last- a men't 18 h?ts handicap was held on the Benalla links." Score.: "A" Grade. L. Boyce, 83-17-66: C. Perrin, ý88 14-68; Rev. l. Wilkinson. 88-18.-0; L DOayers, 75-5-70; A. E. Stephens. 80-9.71; 5. Mellor. 87-16-71; C. Web ster. 86-15-71;: . Oliver, 85-14-71; T. T. Clarke. 82-10-72; A. W. Orubb, 88-16-72; C. Cummlng, 87-15-72; E. Carter, 90-15-75: O. Nason, 86-7-79; A. Scholees, 92-13-79; 8. Thomas, 108 17-6:; G. V. Cowan, 98.12-86; D. Leonard, 105-12-98 "U" Grade. A. Thompson, 88-25-63; T. T. Clarke (Junr), 85-20-66; M. Cleary, 94-24-d6. M.. llllngworth,. 98-25-68: N. McNicol. 93-23-70; C. Elvl.h, 91 21-70; A. Urbahane, 91-19-732 W. Carthew, 91-19-72; D. Rollly, 99-27 72; T. V. Cowan, 100-27-73; 1, Blair, 100-25-76; B. O'Donnell, 100-23-77: T. La Peyre, 106-25-81; D. McKenzie, 109-27-82; V. Sheppard, 102-20-82; B. Sullivan, 108-26-82; F. Harrison, 102 27-82; J. Cooper 107-20-87.
AUSTRALA'S PART IN AERIAL DEVELOPMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
AUSTRALA'S PART: IN AERIAL +` . DEVELOPMENT., 3 ':atraitan airmen alvre donse their ',part well in tho advancemneont o;f aviation. -She has produced' alrmen' who rank with the world's hbat,; the following belng notoworthy:-noes and Keith Smith, Parer and McIntosh, Wilkfns,cKingsaord Smith, Lum, fMel rose, 3;roadhbnt, "Hargraves, 'Ilnkler, Hawker, o'tty, Jean n3atton, Percival, Butlcr, Taylor and othorsi.
SMALLEST AEROPLANE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
S MALLEST AEROPLANE. 'The coat of this machine will be £250, and will seat only the pilot. It has a erulsling speed of 75 m.ph., and consumes 2 gallons of fuel per hour. It can be lifted and carried by two men with ease, and is being manu factured by a leading British firm. It will be on the market in a short time. *. *
GOLDEN VALE ASSOCIATES. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
GOLDEN VALE ASSOCIATES. The Golden Vale . golf ., associates played a Canadian foursomes over 12 !iolcs on, Saturday. The bet card ,va returned by Mrs A. J., Brown :n0 Miss L. Crimmina, 57-23-34; )tl or cards .woro:-Misn E.. laffney tnd Miss Lynch,' 67; 24-43; lMrs.M. Robertson and Miss "Desailly; 70,- 2;4 46-46; Mrs' H. Simon and Mrs Long, 70, 23 2/38-46.1/8; Mrs H. B. Waller aad Mrs Whitmore, 66, 18---47; Mrsi F. Croucher and Mrs Stevenson, 72, 24 48; Mrs Murfitt and Mrs A;. Phillips, 78, 24-49; Mrs A.' Marks and Mrs Orubb, 69, 20--49 Mrs L, Jenkyn and Mrs Urquhart, 74, 23 1/3-6050 2/3; Mrs Thornburn and Miss Hannon, 76, 24-62; Miss A. Day and Mrs Volk, 76, 23-56; Mrs A. Sullivan and Miss R. Ledger, 81, 24-67. M . 4
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES' GROUND [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
FRIENOLY. SOCIETIES' GROUND Tho trustees of the Friendly Socio ties' ground, wroto Informing the meeting that. they hl d granted per mission for the insttallation of a water motor and at lease of the ground would be granted for five yeOars IL n rental of £3 per year, subject to the nssnoc atlion appointi?ig delegates to draw ulp.an agreement, and also meet other sporting. bIldqn in" the event of the coniluldry ',limftalliatlon of sewerage. The' prieodent pointed out thlat All rilacks Football Club? ; ,weri putting down tihe wliter pipe from the fence to. the ground, and t 'ie work of tapping the main : and opening thei rond was to lho done by a .vibrking: It wasn. inally agreed to aRsic the All IIlelks i Football 'Club" to coiitri lbute £3 towards the, cost of the: motor, and the Associationri will pay £8. iMessrs -Brown. and Urbahans wore appointed delegates to meet "the truletees. t i s,~
PREMIERSHIP DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
PREMIERSHIP DINNER. Someo di?;ussion took 'place, on the question of holding a' premiership dinner, It being, reported that, the Bonalla Club who won the premier-. ship) Intended to' hold thiH function.. Laot' year the Ansociation gave the dinner at a cost of £10. MrL Moore moved that the Asnocl ation grant £10 to the two winning teIams, lennlla and Stowarton, for the1 purpose of holding a dinner. Thie wan seconded by Mir tReeo. Mlr J. llollowiay, representing the I.enalla Club, sald 'they had decided to hnl, IL dinner next week,' but that if the Aso'ciation :ivlshed to give a'' dinner to the two. clubs, they would Ie prepalred 'to join In: After discussion, Mr Urbahane moved that the Ansociation givo, a Lornlplrnonltnry 1dinner to 'the two winning tamsn. This was seconded hy Mr Croucher annd carried, and It wits decidedl thilL invitations.lIo sent to the niinloersI Iof the two clubs, alnd twO, llelegtates fromn etch1 of tile othler tenis. A cornInlltel comnprising L l'enc Milllrl H...
NEW WICKET AT BADDAGINNIE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
NEW' WICKET AT BADDAGINNIE. Correspondence w?n receolved "from the ia!ldaginnic Club,,- n.ting that they. intended to iput down a. now concrete wicket and iaking for ul? ?iltunce., It wae decided to inforlm the club thant the suml of f would he , donnted townrde the coot. of, the wicket, but thlit a conference. between the cIlub and .the grounds committee he lcld before the wicketL was,, put down,
TURF WICKET AT THE RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
TURF WICKET AT THE RESERVE. The irnt stol p. towaVrds prnvldlng for the turf wicket at. the I'rleildly Soatelole' Reserve, wles mIllld on Satl.llrdlty afternooln Iunt;" when an e(thutaIOIldIC hald of VOluntaLry woI'k orI" 11 h1 the waIter pipng frol'm the nltnill near the railway gtoe Ilacrosa the road leading toi o he Stock tilltdg;e Into the reserve. Air Tony lletecehi very khndlly - nve hln H a?lstolnce, whihh wIH very much ppreciated. ind the LeeenneHHI connection to the trlllll wooH nldc. 'TIle wlllnt- work per of the Itrtilways 0nd Irootbnallers Cricket Clubs, together with other (IenthIIIIIH, went away feeling very pleaPed with their efforts. Theoe wtirlklnf Ieen are saving the aosoehta tion tllllte a conldoerable nlrm on the original ehitimte of coot, and those partImIth'tog Iat preCent will he ltamply rewardeil In Ihe 'n ccee?ding yeatrs. when HIennllla I abhl to - put- three matches on turf wickeot each Sat urday,' and aso give aslstance to theo budding B3radmans' and O'Ro...
THE NEW TURF WICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
THE NEW TURF WICKET. Mr Url.TI nnIII replortd on tllO) ro grenratlhlt lhan been Innde wtllh the Ilnyln-ll down of the oew turlf wicleto In the- Hlowg rotundl. T'hrough the work of volulntoe!'rs, m12a2ny of wh?mlln had)1 lent tr'lleih , llll'orHe, HconHn, etc., the wo12lk hnad been done for £2I1 no gIhLIInLt n nthIntIII of £to0. There wne 0llll nnile work to I.e Ill0no, 0?dn thlt Wiould 2ue up Home of tohe bihl lnclo. Vonderfull work ?olhad h3o)0n 0one2e by lhe0 voluntlool'n, bIut he wiH dli.np pointed tll the bhencllce of yoilll;2 c?r'Iceltcl2or frolm lhe wonrking 20,0ee. 1'The proHlilldnt nil2l IhatL tile A212'l ill2on nl02recinted the 3220 y they h2d worred, and 2tho executive Inhd lde cilded to recogn2nlle the2h' wo?1rI n In n iinrll way by giving theom 2n lafter Ilnoon's nhoeoting. .. ý >F
COUNTRY WEEK FOR BENALLA SUGGESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
COUNTRY WEEK: FOR BENALLA SUGGESTED. A1r Urh??lnnn Hurid thnt TnllaroL rantd other contror hold a coullnry week cricket cllrlnl :'l'lpior to Mehllourno ,Country Wook, nnd ho thought that one rhouhl I)e .hld att. Llenallrt. ,rManY young crnrlokteru were not good enoughr to go to rMellbournoe, but they couln Itveo'n, good time here.. '['ho HeeretaLtry oid, that heo ilnd arl ready, written to thro Country Cricket Aroc:lntlion nillnr. for permlHrion to hold it locall cricket week. Thli moot Ing entlor?ed his aiction. ' '
THOONA v. TATONG. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
THOONA v. TATONG. Thoona showed marked improve ment on their own ground when they met Tatong, and a good game resulted In the visitors winning by 22 pointsd the scores being Tatong 11 goals 10, against Thoona 8 goals 6. Beard 3, Lee 2, Coghill 1, Drummond 3 and Waugh 2 were the auccesstul goal kickers, for Tatong, and Lindholm, C. Smith and Whitcchurch 2 each, and Beattle and Hayes 1 each, scored the goals for Thoona.
VIOLET TOWN v. GLENROWAN. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
VIOLET TOWN v. OLENROWAN. The Violet Town team appear to be a very strong combination this season, and again raised a big score o? .Saturday, when they very easally , deatell Glenrownn on the latter's hAnds to the home team's 6 goals 7 behinds. Geoff Peacock. kicked 10 goals, S. Watkins 7, N. Watkins 5, E. peacock 3, C. Cook 8, and G. Dosser 2, Aldridge and Neal 1 each; whilst Gienrowan's goals were kicked by Billman 3, and Anderson 2.
ALL BLACKS v. DOOKIE COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 3 June 1938
ALL BLACKS v. DOOKIE COLLEGE. :As the All Blacks had a bye on Sat -:.' urday' last they arranged - a game wlth Dookle College to be played on '.the Friendly Societies' ground.' After the recent' rain the ground was in ;much better condition for football, and a very enjoyable game resulted. T he College boys were for the most part rather on the light sIde, but many showed very fine dash and the team might with' much ,advantage to the competition be admitted 'as a playing combination. The Blacks took the opportunity to try' out sov .eral new' players, and 'their-regulars i.had a good day's practlcerun, finish I ng'up vwlnners by 33 polnt. ..The ::;klcking for goal by both teams was :'verye weak, most of the shots being taken ttoo hurriedly, and there was a i.great lack of combinatloniforward. SThe teams were: A ll" iBlacks.--T. Waters (c.), B. Crimmlrie; IR. McNamara, R. Wagner, '?J? ack, Jim and Leo Doherty, C. TVileon, i': l. Mutllns, eRichardson; Hnskings, T',: V Murphy, C. Clarke ...