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UNITED COUNTRY PARTY THOONA BRANCH DISBANDS. DISSATISFIED WITH CENTRAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 10 June 1938
UNITED COUNTRY PARTY THOONA BRANCH DISBANDS. DISSATISFIED WITH CENTRAL COUNCIL. A T a special meoting on the Thoon? branch of the United Country Party last week, dinsatisfaction was exprenRod at the treatment which had bhen meted out to MeHsrn MeEwen and Paterson, M's.IIt.l, by the Central Council, and an a conne quence It was decided to disband the branch. Thle following motion was carried unanimounly:-"That thin hbranch very much regrets that the attitude of the contral council towards Mr MciPwen, Minister for' the Interior, and Mr Paterson, M.JII.R., was ren -IonRlble for the breaktaway In the party, and nn a protest against the unjust treatment of the Federal members It hereby decideo to dis band."
BENALLA CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 10 June 1938
UENALLA CLUE. Following are rcaulta of a bogey competition hold during the week end: -"A." l Divislon.-L. A Sayers, down; G. Oliver, 2 down; M. Lindsay, 3 down;; L. Ledger, 4 down; C. Per rin, 4 down; R. I. Wilkinson, 4 down: L. Boyco, 6 down: E. Stophena, O down: IW. Carthew, 6 down; 0. Nason 6 down; A. Grant, 7 down: I. Ounn, 7 down; T. T. Clarke, 7 down: A. Grubb 8: down; M. Ryan, 8 down; S. Mellor, 9 down. "B" Divlinon.-V. Sheppard, square; W. N. McNicol, 1 down: L. J. Craw iord, 3 down; 1i. R. Rickards, 3 down; S. Thomas, 5 down; B. O'Don iill 6 down: A. Thomlimon, 7 down; D. E. Blair, 8 down; D.. Reilly. 10 down; N. Edgar, 11 down; D. Mac Kenzlo, 12 down C. Crichton, 10 down.
TARNOOK LINKS OFFICIALLY OPENED PLEASANT AFTERNOON SPENT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 10 June 1938
TARNOOK LINKS OFFICI ALLY OPENED PLEASANT AFTERNOON SPENT. THE omcilal opening of the Tarnook golf links which are situated on tho property of Mr Max Illingworth, took place on Wedneoday afternoon last in the presence of a large number of golfers and their frlends. During the afternoon the president of the club, Mr Thomna, extended a welcome to all the visitors, and omclally de clared. the links open for play. Mr A. Welsh responded on behalf of the Warrenbayne club. The ladies pro vided.a tasty afternoon tea. A competition over 12 holes was played by. the men and ladles. Lead Ien scores were:- Men.-HI. Welh (14), 56; A. Welnh (7), 68; A. H, lllingworth (14), 61e H. Denman (18). 89: *A. Thomas (18) 73: T. Pincott (18), 75. Ladle.c-Misa Guppy (20)," 66; Miss M, Illingworth (24), .61; Mrs Emery (14), ~6: Mine Wllicpek (1),. 6B;. Mrs Thomas (24), 74' Mrs Walker (24), 77. The winners of the various com petitions held were. ` Putting.--A. H. Illlngworth. Secret Nine Holes--D. Welsh and Mi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 10 June 1938
NLS 'S' BOOTERY N' .t (OPP, O.. GILPIN'S) Bridge Street, Benalla IHuge Stocktaking Sale of BOOTS AND SHOES BE EARLY FOR THESE BARGAIN LINES Commencing _riday, June 10 *A LIMITED QUANTITY. OF EVENING SHOES IN BLACK : VELVET AND WHITE VELVET. USUALLY SOLD AT 12/9, TO CLEAR AT 6/11... SILVER AND GOLD SANDALS TO CLEAR'AT10/9,. LADIES' FASHIONABLE SHOES IN BROWN AND BLACK; COURTS AND TIES. USUALLY 12/6 AND 13/9, TO CLEAR AT 8/11 AND 9/11. LADIES' GENUINE PUMP SOLE SHOES . USUALLY 17/9 AND 16/9, TO CLEAR AT 10/6. . MEN'S GOLF SHOES. USUALLY SOLD AT 19/6 AND 25/, TO CLEAR AT 15/11 A TABLE FULL OF ODDMENTS IN CHILDREN'S SHOES TO CLEAR AT 5/11. THESE ARE A FEW OF THE BARGAINS AND THERE ARE PLENTY OF. OTHERS 10 per cent. Discount off all Lines in Stock. LADIES . YOU WILL ME MORE THAN EXCITED WITH MISS RENE CARROLL'S' New Permanent Wave PARISIAN SALON - CENTRE ARCADE BENALLA PHONE 165 BENALLA AN EFXPL SlON OF IAREAINS PRE-STOCA 'TAK/NG CLEARANCE rT.. W/LL/AMS THE SNOEMtN -WISH . . . BANG ... W...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 10 June 1938
I. m ltlalla lilllolRusi 1uaaulII IIma I lieuln enmlllionammmmmulllul ulullt manani llSEIIIIII uuR I .Il 'Attention Everyone 1 .'We have Something very Important for youa DON'T BE MISLED. -Buy Your Radio from an Expert. AMBROSE BOXEY, MS,RTA, THE DOXEY REAL RADIO Can Supply you with the Best Sets the World can produce, and they are No Dearer than an Ordinary Set 150 Models to Choose from. LET US HAVE YOUR ORDER EARLY. EASY TERMS. DON'T BB DISAPPOINTED, The First Cricket Test is on the 10th of June. Hurry, Hurry and See AMBROSE DOXEY BRIDGE STREET,: BENALLA. Phone 448. ý, ul nuaillounslltllIwIIIxillIlluIullallituiltifunuuuliuuuU lllllliuUNNM llllUlC ?-~~~ '-? Watts,T urnbull & Co STOCK, LAND AND FINANCIAL AGENTS HEAD OFFICE: BENALLA. BRANCIIHES.-Wangaratta, Rutherglen, Dookie, St. James, Dovenlh, Violet Town, Euroa, Yea and Mansfield. 'Stock Sales also conducted at Yarck, Strathbogle, Ruffy. Brlmin. Bonnie Doon and Longwood. AGENTS FOR : The Famous "Coopor's Dip"' (Manufactur...
LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 10 June 1938
LOCAL,. & GENERAL RATES DUE TO-DAY.-Minlclpal rates must .bo paid ?y to-day (Fri day) to entitle ratepayers to have their names placed' on the voting roll. All rates not. paid by that day will be subject' t a chargec of, 8 per. cent. for ;the -poat six months iuoiset'lint the death of., Mr George Diggle, which .occurred' as the result of a motor accident .when his car a esh'ed inio the' Three Mile Creek at -South6W'dngar-tta on: Easter Monday, was finalised before Mr W. H. Ed wards J.P., deputy coroner, -on Friday afternoon lastL A, verdict of- acciden tal death fromr': drowning' was re turned'-. TATONG HOTEL.HANGES HANDS ,-The Tatong Hotel has again chan god hands for the fourth time Ini Just over three years; The local post ofice is run by. the licensee, and local reel dents are getting annoyed over these rapid changes, for no sooner does the postmaster get used to the olice and telephone business, than his place is taken by the now hand, and confuslon ensues. - -. BALL AT...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 10 June 1938
Y'U .. 1 T I. ?Ii ii ,. ,o? \' . . .II ?II I? ?I " " -. . . . -W i .· •. . ." " ,: Y1 -,i . . t " .- .-. :!i?:? : ?:'?!i %3" r ý'~-,.i -j. ? .. .. ý:. .. • ý . , , ,. ..'. - i? ':'Ihe: pronounced feeling of invigoration. that, comnes to you, after-"a glass of Foster's Lager:L'? .. .'!s: .due. .,to'. -the rich nou~rishment. arnd .swifft r~efreshment oif !the barley malt, hops and . • ua 't?:S~.2h.at are used in the b~rewin-g4"o-f. ths'i "pure' and,'heaith~fu':ibee'r¥? It?.dee'p, cool cellars",i,; it . l.is..brOught to' perfect maturity, .., In these c'ellars,. toor,tts full flavou'r. isbrought to f'ruttion '. : "i .I These are-the ;.reasonis why' Foster's Lager hasi? b?come " A}ust?ralia's =N~ational Beverage~i:`:,!' r. . . "v t,:e i s i+ " . . . &lt;..; f :ng.. The lower I". ,llustra tion shows the pla( GOLDEN FLEECE PETROLS AT NO EXTRA COST! Firand Golden Flece Ptrols are the ONLY spirits S Flrezaned to provide constant, efficient lubricot on to the upper cylinder area. Fr ...
THE JOY RIDERS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 10 June 1938
THE JOY RIDERS ICommercial machines which catered for those who wanted:"to see Ilenslsa. from the nlr" wero nutimrous and did a hbrisk l business. Victorian and In terstate Airways were represonted by a, .Mlles Merlln .monoplanoe in charge of Capts. lFrankl Rolberts and J. Kemp and a Do coutter In charge of Capt. D,. (I. Buckley. Australitman 'National Airways had the Royal Manll plane "hMot..,ann" in charge 'of Dlessrs IL. Dennis: and V., Scott, and a D.II. 89, piloted by. Mr J. Lohse. Two D.iT. t0's were piloted by Mescrs J. Fraser and A..Beeoton, the latter being nac .companied by C. Cassela the para chutlst. ) Through: the courtesy of Mnesor J. Gillman and II; T. Nicholls, special souvenir programmeso wero provided ONE SHOT-TrWO FOXES.-Ser geant J. Blackman returned to Al bury on' Tuesday from a weeli's shooting in the, Upper Murray. 'Alto gether h .shot 24 foxes, .and cheloved the remarkable feat of killing two' foxes with one shot. Foxes and din goes are' &lentiful .th...
Visiting Fliers Feted at R.S.L. Clubrooms. "IT'S A WAY THEY HAVE IN THE ARMY" [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 10 June 1938
`YVisitjo 'fIiersr.ieted ,at °R.S.L .Clbroems.£ . . . . . . . . ., .:· A'. WAY °THEY HAVE' -IN THE ARMY"'t .' itele;could ha'voebeen "no happier landing at the end of a big day than the 'hours.;aperit,at the Returned Sol Sdiers n'club;rooms- on,.Satprday night, when the fliers.remaining in Benallna for I the ,week-end, were feted. The. w'inneropof the, trophles in connection with; the derby were present, and re ,cetved, handsome, cups commemorat ing their. performances.' ' 'ir Geo. Nason;, presldnt of .the rloialsub-brahch, presided, and in his opeiinhg' rematkd outlined :the ',origin of the pageant and 'manner in which "the'taick'of organisation had been put in'der way.' He'was especiqlly appre clative 6f'the loyal support and. as hlistande'whlch' had' been forthcoming roin the 'Various 'sub-committees and ther iddies' ' committee ' associating 'th'mi~lves With 'the Lehgud' in Spon sorring the 'rageant.. "But, whatever we' ,have ddnOi here,' '. continued . Mr "Na do'n' "it must be ...
"Green Verey Lights Are The Sign of A Haven" INVITATION TO ALL 'PLANES [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 10 June 1938
'Green Verey ights Are "The .Sign of ?taven"i INVITATION TO ALL 'PLANES. r,,iDuring an;.interlude in . the after -noon's .time-table, which by the -way, ,:had .:been.,observed.,with. considerable :"accuraocy;:Captain Johnston performed the' ofltclal opening ceremony. ,.:Cr.. T. a'B.: Cook, President of, the 4Shlre of Benalla, in extending a brief but nevertheless,:, hearty welcome . to all . visitors and the -citizens. of the ' district, generally, .stressed 'the. Im I:portance of the occasion to the Ben .-aliadistrict and; ,in a ,greater degree, ,to the part the aerodrome would play in" the. feld . of. Commonwealth air 'navigation.-Cr: "Cook. then: Introduced Mr J. McEwon M.H.R.,, Minister for ,the Interior. Congratulations to , Benalla ' upon :providing 'the aerodrome .. were ex tendedby Mr. MeEwen, -who dwelt ,upon',thoesuitability' of.. Australia, to .*aviation,?and the :fact that effciency rwase absolutely , .esential . In the rground 'organisatlon. -It. was well, -upon an'dcca...
BENALLA DOCTOR AT RABUAL EARTHQUAKES AND NIGHTS OF HORROR GRAPHIC STORY TO "ENSIGN" REPRESENTATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 10 June 1938
BENALLA DOCTOR AT RABUAL EARTHQUAKES AND' NIGHTS OF HORROR GRAPHIC? STORY TO "ENSIGN" REPRESENTATIVE. In a ulvid narrative too' the ra resentative of this Journal, Dr. R. W. Cooper, who paid a short visit to Benalla last week, described 'the scenes of terror and chaos which prevailed during the traglc volcanic eruption at Rabaul. Dr. Cooper is a native of the Oooram bat district, and was visiting his S mother, Mrs C. Cooper, of Salls *biury Street, Benalla. Although extremely reluctant to, speak, of his experiences, he eventually out lined the salient' happenings at Rabaul. It will hd recalled that the work of Dr. Cooper was es '. :ecially mentioned by the Admin Istrator of. the territory in his re *'r'rt to the Federal. Government. During three nights and. two days of horror there seemed to be only des pair because of the knowledge that' 'nothing could be done to ..itlgate' the sufferings of the natives who had lost Stheir families when Rabaul and its environs were buried under ton...
WE WANT CANTOR SEE HIM AT BENALLA TALKIES. MEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 10 June 1938
WE WANT CANTOR SEE HIM AT'' ENALLA TALKIES. - MEDNESDAY' AND THURSDAY NEXT. Eu N" making Eddlo Cantor and hit= miaklng, Twentieth ' Century-Fox have combined their. talents for the first time and really go to town as the comedy :king of" screen 'and radio stars, in the most ' hl-de-hilarious, extrava-glorious entertainment either have. ever made. "All Baba Goes to Town" featuring Tony Martin, Rol and,Roung, Jine ang, Louise Hovick, and a .tremendous cast. .The creators of -"You Can't. Have Everything," "Thin Ice," :and' "Wake up. and Live" set the sky as thelimit to give Eddie Cantor the picture that tops anything he has ever done, and marks the beginning of a new and important .phase In' his" brilliant career. "AI. Baba, Goes to .Town". ls',the most "' magnificent combination :of colorful-extravaganza. side-splitting comedy,, song hits, beautiful girls, exotic. dances, brilliant dialogue and lavish sets in the history of fun. iqually as important is :a revolu tlonary 'new three-ton...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 10 June 1938
THE SMARTEST HEADS COME FROM 'AYETTE" ;__: S THE MODERN LADIES' HAIRDRESSERS Book your Permanent Wave now for the Ball, the Pageant, *the Bridge.Party for the Best S PERMANENT WAVE "SAYETTE SALON," Nunn Street, Benalla Phone 443. CHROME MOLYBDENUM STEEL IS USED IN THE VITAL PARTS OF AIRCRAFT The. same Super Steel is used in Austral (Road Record) Cycles' Austral Fittings are Genuine B.S.A. Throughout. HORNSBY CYCLE WORKS AUTHORISED AUSTRAL AGENTS 34 NUNN STREET BENALLA Prompt Repairs and Replacements with Genuine B.S.A. Parts. Marie Salon Be Sure and See BIG SALE WINDOW All Stock Reduced by Marie Salon BRIDGE STREET BENALLA (Two Doors from Savings Bank) LEDGER'S Annual Stock-Taking Sale SURPLUS STOCK MUST BE CLEARED AT VERY SPECIAL PRICES ALL LINES-SILVER PLATE, CHINA, CRYSTAL CLOCKS, HANDBAGS, JEWELLERY, WATCHES, CUTLERY CUTLERY.-lMirror Finlinh Stalnlijlo I ive", ?i Sl.nhollieldl u11n , 'i'li ben and Dennertt, 1/ each. DonerHH Knive i , il. eurl. I rllrrisonl lishlor' ?Mtdrin Slr I...
FOOTBALL BENALLA-TUNGAMAH LEAGUE Draw for To-morrow. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 10 June 1938
FOOTBALL BENALLA-TUNGAMAH LEAGUE Draw for To-morrow. FSt. Jnmes v. Donalla. Tungamah v. Yabba-Dookle. Katamatito v. Devenloh. TATONG-THOONA LEAGUE. To-morrow's Draw. All Blacks v. Thoona. Tatong v. Glenrowan. Violet Town, bye. Tatong Team. The following have been selected to play for Tatong against Glonrowan at Swanpool to-morrow:-A. loenrd, W. Renkln, T. Waugh, J. Matlenaeon, G. Mathlooan,, A. Heaney, R. Wilson, J. Wilson, T. Essenhigh, A. Evans, IR. Drummond; W. Ritchie, J. Bell, .. Ryan, D. Leo, H.. H. Lowil, J. Mit chell, J. Burns. Emergencies, C. Coghill, W. McCauley, A. oneleoy, J. Machin,i
CORRESPONDENCE To the Editor "Ensign." [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 10 June 1938
CORRESPONDENCE: To the Editor "Ensign" Sir.-Will you please give me space &nbsp; in your valuable paper to express my sincere thanks to all clients for their continued confidence in me as an underground water finder and well sinker, etc., during the past six or seven months and for a great number of years previously, and at the same time to say that I regret very much my inabllity through pressure of work to meet all who desired my help dur- ing this very serious dry time. For the convenience of all my clients I am making arrangements with Carter and Co., of Carrier Street, Benalla, to handle my business. All orders left &nbsp; with them will receive immedate at- tention. Orders taken for all Alston windmills, tank stands, troughing etc. as usual under my personal sup- ervision. Levels taken, measurement for pipes and estimates given. W. J. CAREY & SON.
LIBERAL COUNTRY PARTY (As seen by an Organiser). [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 10 June 1938
LIBERAL COUNTRY P.ARTY (Am seen by an Organiser). THE Liberal Country Party Is.hold • ing? a moeeting at oenail"-on Mon day;L. nnigh t it lar t u nst, "In the sup-" per. room of the Masonic Hall. Mr'J, McEwon e MH.1,, will attend. ' The t.party is not antagonistic to the pro; ducers' interests-exactly the con i trary., The tentative platform of the party is broad enough to take in the business people as well as the rural worker and the man on the land. It is 'gratifying to find In your district so many men of a well balanced line Sof'thopght for they have readily re celved the Liberal Country Party" as the party..that appeals to all sections. It 1s also gratifying to know that there is in the vicinity of 100 bran ches.of the.Liberal Country Party throughout Victoria. The organiser, Mr II. H. Stanton, sincerely hopes that all members and intending morn "hers will attend the meeting on Mon dany to enable them to hear-the ten tative platform consisting of the following items of interes...
WARRENBAYNE [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 10 June 1938
WARRENBAYNE LAST Thursdasy night the second of a series of 500 tournaments in aid of the school was held in the Warren- bayne Hall. The usual 500' players were present and an enjoyable, even- ing was spent. The ladles' prize was won by Miss E. Willett, and the men's by Mr S. Donnelly. The final night of the series will be held on &nbsp; Thursday night, 'June 16th, when 'there will be prizes for the best aggre- gate as well as prizes for the best score that nlsht. At the conclusion of card playing, supper was served by the ladies.
THE RECENT AIR PAGEANT COUNCIL COMMENDS ORGANISERS. REGULAR AIR PORT SUGGESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 17 June 1938
THE RECENT AIR PAGEANT COUNCIL COMMENDS ORGAN. ISERS. REGULAR AIR PORT SUGGESTED. AT Tuesday's meoting of the olen afla Shire Councli, Cr. F. A. Cook spoke of the distinct boost the Air Pageant was to Denalla and suggs-o ted a motion of commendation from the Council to those who were res ponsible for Its success. Ho said that the Wh0ol Of thie trangenmets were carried out in an uitd6116t HiltfillOf, and he thought that the Ciuiicli should appreciate their efforts. lie thought that they should also try and promote the Interests of the aerodrome and be vigilant in matters that would bring the aerodrome to the fore. It was known as an emer gency air port, but he maintained that they should try and make it a port of call for. planes. liHe thought that the Council might Investigate the possibilities in that direction. A motion was then tabled and car ried in which it was decided to send a letter of commendation to those in charge of the air pageant.
SALE OF AN ENGINE COURT GIVES VERDICT FOR FULL AMOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 17 June 1938
R SALE OF, AN ENGMINE COURT GIVES VERDICT FOR FULL AMOUNT. Dispute over the sale of an engine at .a recent clearing esafe at Benalls arose at the Benalla court yesterday, when Watts Turnbuli and Co.'sued 8. Cooper of Moyhu, for the sum of £22/10/ for goods sold and delivered. The bench was occupied by Monser J. Serpell, o. Nason and 0. Robinson, J's.P. Mr Nell McNicol (I. Clarke, Clarke and McNlcol) appeared for the com lI alnant, and the defendant conducted his own case. said that the engine was £22/10/, and said that the engine for 122/10/, and there was an additional 2/ for holts. Frederick W. Spriggs, butcher and grazler of Donalla, gave evidence that early In February of this year he In structed Watts Turnbull and Co. to conduct a clearing sale on his propl erty. A petrol engine wan amongst the goods to be sold. It was put up for auction, and as the bidding did not reach the 'reserve price, It was passed In. Later Mr Delaney Introduced de fendant to him, and they made a deal fo...