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PLUMBER SUES BUILDER COURT MAKES ORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 17 June 1938
SPLUMBER .SUES BUILDER COURT MAKES ORDER. "n' Varied opinions as to the 'time _ allowed thoeat in the building 4 trade in which to maft'heir obli. ke gatlons were given at 'tle Banalla N court yesterday, ,-whn: W. "J. Is, Grubb and Co., plumbers of Ben. Sals, sued O. Tolley,. builder, of Beneffa, for the sum of £28/15/9 :. for goods sold and delivered, and work and labor done. th Mr Nell MoNicol (H. Clarke, Clarke and McNlcol) appeared for the plain | tiff, and Mr Allan Russell represented the defendant. Ill In outlining the case, .Mr McNicol td said that the claim was for certain i. plumbing work which had been car I; rled out for the defendant at Bernalla, ), and also for goods bold and delivered. ), The defence to the claim was that ,r the goods .were sold in credit, and B. the period of credit had not expired; I- alternatively, that no. price was as agreed upon, and the price charged was unreasonable. Regarding the I; work done, it was contended that the prices charged were not ...
GOLF TOURNAMENT AT SWANPOOL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 17 June 1938
GOLF TOURNAMENT AT SWANPOOL On Saturday last members of Swanpool, Warrenbayne and Warren hbayno North clubs played a tourna ment at Swanpool to aild M?lss Dot Jimes In' the Bush'-Nursing Itospltal anplcal. There were three events, viz., ladles' singles, ."A" . grade gent's singles, "13" grade gent's singles. The leaders were: Ladies' Singles. Mrs IV. MoPherson, 67-27-40; Mrs C. Price, 70-27-43; Mrs Sessions, 72 28-44; Mrs Jensen, 73-28-45; MIss Eagletnn, 74-28-46; Miss "E. Burns, 76-28-47; Miss It. nwley , 76-27-49; Miss W. IHayes, 77-28-40. "A" Grade Gents. . Ileywood, 50-11-39; WV. I111, 59 18-41; D. McPherson, 58-17-41; W. Steen; 50-10-43: J. Young, 53-10-43; It. James, 50-16-43; W. Price, 61-18 43; B1 Sossnins, 01-17-44. "B" Grade Gents. 8. larrison, 58-20-38; F. Hore burgh, 64-20-44; J. Clarke, 04-20-44; A. Heywood, 66-19-45; AM. Murray, Pi-20-45; K. Brennan, 65-20-45: ;M. 1111, . K63-20-43; J. Mongan, 65-20-45; A. lobinson, 05-20-45. Next Saturday the final: day's play will be...
DINNER PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 17 June 1938
DINNER PARTY VISITORS to the lenalla golf tour ment during the week-end wore ,nterialned at a dinner at tho Victoria Hotel on. Saturday evening The tables were attractively arranged with autumn-tinted follage. Among thosc, present were the president of the club, Mr A, W. Orubb and lfrs Grubb, Mr and MrsA. Cumming, iMr. and Mrs H. Grubb (Toorak), Mr anti MIrs C. Cumming, Mr and Mrs C. Per rin, Mr and Mrs T.;Purdy (WVangar atta), Mr' and .Mrs L. .Chidlow, Mr and, Mrs 'G. Nanon, Mlr and Mrs A. E. club's secretary) and Mrs Rickards, Stophenri, Mr E. R. Rlckards (the Mr and Mrse Mal Ryan, Mr and lirs Edgar, Mr and Mrs D, Reolly, Dr. and Mrs Harrington, Mfr and .Mrs F. Green (St. Kilda), AMr and lurs C. R. Smith (Brighton), AMr anid lur Dick Harrington (Kew), M?rs H. Johnston, rs' G. Oliver, Mrs R. Phillips (St. Kilda), Minnes Li? IHansen, Mary King, Leon ten Brink, ,Clarice Car thyw, Pat Calder, Olive Cooper, Merle. Illingworth, Linda Wann, Eve Slnnamon, O. Morrigum '(Molb.), Eileen and ...
BENALLA CLUB Saturday's Events. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 17 June 1938
BENALLA CLUB. Saturday's Events. A atableford competition for men will beho held at the B3enalla links to morrow. There will he a club draw for partners. ' fesors Perrln and Rickards will be on duty. Associates' Programme. The flrnt qualifying round of the associates' club-i championship ("A" sand "1" gra(le) and the trot round of the special event for limit markers will he played concurrently with a stroke handicap event. Those com peting ard anked to make their own aLrransernents for opponents.
SCORES IN DETAIL MIXED FOURSOMES—SCRATCH EVENT R. I. Wilkinson and Mrs Wilkinson 79. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 17 June 1938
SCORES .IN DETAIL MIXED FOURSOMES-SCRATCH EVENT R. I. Wilklneonahnd' Mrs Wilkin. ion 79.' S.C. R. Smith and Mrs Smith, P. Gleeson and Miss L. Wann 80; F. Meadown and Miss B3. Meadows 81: J..Eholing and Miss O. Cooper 82, R3. M. Quinn and Miss , M. O'Shea. H. Aicher and Miss L. .Hanson5 83; D. Webster and Miss, M.' King 80; 0.. Cowan: and MIla Herd, J. Brandreth and Miss'L. Gilbertsdn 87; J. Kewney, and .Mlas L. Carter, 88; C. R. Cum ming and Miss S. Byrne, A. E. Grant and Mrs ArihstrOng 89; C Elviih and Miss L. iHll, G. Oliver anld Mrs ,Oliver D0, .. ..· : ·:....'+ . :!i . + i ' m
DIVERTING A ROAD FAIR PROPOSITION TO COUNCIL WORK TO BE CARRIED OUT [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 17 June 1938
DIVERTING . A. ROAD FAIR PROPOSITION . TO COUNCIL WORK TO BE CARRIED OUT AT Monday's meeting of the :Ben allai.Shire Councill a letter was recclved from Mr John Cooper, on be half of MAir J.: Nelson, of Winton, "'in connection' with the. puichane -of land ftom Mr Cooper for the purpose of dl veorting the road. lie pointed out that the proposed work would mean cut ting off the main dam in Mr Cooper's would consent to sell the land on, the property. Mr Cooper stated that he payment of £10 by either Mr Nelson or the Shiro Council. Cr* Bowdern said. that Mr Nelson was prepared to pay the t0O, hut he considered .that 'unfair.., Mr Nelson would greoo to fence, put down an-, other drain. and, do any, work. Cr. Bowdcro said that two crossings were nueccssary. a'nd the work would cost more than-"£50. 'After a .hort discusslon It was de cided that Mr Nelson be asked to con trlbutoe one-quarter of the cost and also form the !road, II ·'A
SPECIAL SHEEP SALE [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 17 June 1938
SPECIAL SHEEP SALE WATTS TURNBULL ,& CO. oeport havlni conducted an special sheep sale at Benalltri on WVednesday last when there 'was a representative at tendance of buyers present. There was a tdefinite demand for owes, while dry .sheep sold at Iato rates: Some of the 'prlces: Xh; weaners,' Corrledalo cross, "10/ (top' for the' sectlon); ~ line of 120 mixed `sorts on account of Mr P. Branlgan of Swianpool, 10/1: mixed sex weaners down to 12/11 for olt of condltlon sorts; others -14/ to 1i/n: store breeders, 17/f to 10/f; xb wothers, 1 year, made 10/ to 17/0: xb owes, big frames, fat condition, 20/3; 2t0.lambs to Southdown rams, rising 2 tooth, yery even line and good strong- condition, (on account of J.. duffy, Lake Rowan), 27/.
THE SHELL OIL CO. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 17 June 1938
THE 'SHELL OIL CO. O.NE of the mot- interosting and on-' Stortaining- presentations aseeo"in Benalla. for manor years wa?s the ex hibtilon of .ound fllms tglven by the Shell O1 i Co., ,at the ?enallar-Talkies ladt. Tuesday. night.,? A programme of a star feature, shorts and news reels was:added ,to a. highly educational picture depicting the reflning! iroces' ses which the products of tho' Shell Company undergo.. It could be read iIl seen that no 'scientific effort'- is spared to" provide .the. motorist with petrol.,oil and. other requistes of a high-grapoe standard, and which will enable him to secure the most 'em clont service from the motor. The Sheol Company has been known ,.for many -years as' manufacturer . of hiigh; standing and those wvho witnes sed the shbwv, given gratis by the Company, *ould. appreciate the fact. that, having established : itself, the Company Is unceasing in its laborn Story .and other departments to- keep abreast;.of modern 'developments in th;. refining...
Associates Have Happy Days in the Sunshine LADIES' HANDICAP FOURSOMES, 12 Holes Misses K. Hanlon and C. Carthew (21) 42. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 17 June 1938
Associates:' Have Happy Days in the Sunshine S LADIES' HANDICAP IOUR. 'SOMES, 1i2 Hos. Mimes K. Hanion and C. Carthew ' (21) 42.r Mrs Br Wl::;Zir;kinson :,and ý'Miess% Iyrcin (12) 42-thee formei?pair having, .J on the count:back. )Misses P. 'Calder' and- Af. Illing-. wok'th (10) 441 Misses 0. Cooper and M. O'Shea (0) 45;' Misses !. .King hd B. Meadows (10) . 47;, Misse 'A? Day and: Mrs Sutton (21) 48; Mrs? 0G Oliver and Mrs Gunn (17) 48; Mrs B. Stephene and Mrs Armstrong ;(10) 47; Mrs C. R. Smith and AMrs Green (11) .0;. Misses M. Bradshaw and 'L. Wann (15) 50; .Misses B.'MascPhoreon and i; . Dunstan (10) 1t; 25i· ss L.e: . Hill and M. Steer (20) 51; ':;Mrs, H. S. Johnston and Mrs 0. Naso:n :(12) 52; Mrs E. Blair and MJns .. Carter (24). 54; Mrs Urbahnasand.:Mrs C. Perrin (22). 55. MIXED FOUIRSOMEB HANDICAP 18 Holes.. F. Kewnsy,anad Mis L. Carter (24) S 64-won'orni the. count back;': J.. Brandroth and lMiss' I,: Olil ert son (23) 64; P.. Vestern and Mlrs II., Simon ;(20)04; T..V Cow...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 17 June 1938
Attention Everyone! !. We have Something very Important for yonu! DON'T BE MISLED. Buy Your Radio from an hpert. AMBROSE BOXEY, M.S.R.TA.. 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 BE DISAPPOINTED. The First Cricket Test is on the 10th' of June. Hurry, Huarry and See R AMBROSE DOXEY BRIDGE STREET, BENALLA. . Phone 448. Watts,T urnbull & Co STOCK, LAND AND FINANCIAL AGENTS HEAD OFFICES BENALLA. iBRANCHES.-Wangaratta, Rutherglen, Deookle, St. James. Devenish, Violet Town, Eurenoa, Yea and Mansfleld. Stock Sales also conducted at Yarok, Strathbogle, Ruffy. Brimin, Bonnie Doon and Longwood. AGENTS FOR The Famous - Cooper's Dip" (Manufactured in AAs T tralia). . The Curator of Estates of Deceased Persons." The Cofnmerclal Union Fire Assurance Co. Ltd. London and Lancashiro Fire Insurance Company, and S rFinance Company. Sub Age...
RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 17 June 1938
";RIFLE SHOOTMING" SHOOTING at' the Benalla range on ranges for' the 'clubtrophy. H. Lane secured .the; possiblo: 85 at 300' yards andI.' Gray put on 'full points at the 600?'yards', range. Redpatlo was top off the riflehby'2 for theotrophy, with H. Lane and. H V. Smith close up. There' are only tw;o more shoots to come, and the winner" :7should coine from elther Gray;,": Lane," Smith or Redpath. :Details " of Saturday's shooting are:-' S300 600 600 Haop Ttl. R. Recdpath -,.'. 34 S 3:4 '8.7 104.7 H. V; Smith?,' 32 ';2 ~4 5,5 103.6 H. Lanoe . ."'35 31 , 2' 2.8 100.8 A. L Guppy 31 '31 ' 7.1 102.1 1. Gray 290 ' 80 '85 10.4 103.4 '. Hammond 81' 321'28 6.44: 07.4 R. Sawera .. 30 81 1 4,8 96.8
SWANPOOL HERD TESTING ASSOCIATION REPORT FOR MAY. Leading Herds. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 17 June 1938
IsWANPQOL HERD, TEST 1 KG AMJSSOCIAT nNI ?.T:? H'''ORT FOR MAY. , "'. - ,,.Leadn gd.. rd ... HT'.' Hylj!- .* :. 6: 17.8 5,80 1.48 A.3 TT Imat ** .. ni25B.' 4.70' 1.39 .*.; ' ; Powell .. 10 202.8 5.84 1.87 F. .Banea, .. . 9 26.1 4,21 1,25 0, Du `ilop ..1. . .. 29020.4 4.29 1.08 J. HOyi, vood .., .. 30 18.0 b.10 l.04 8.. 3 ,.'nsn; ... ... . , 13.3 0.00 .96 C. Prlct 1 . .. '16 14.0 5.2 .82 P. Branl'gan .... 12 12.35.7. .81 'es«t Matured Cows. G. Dunloph' Lind' 2nd 3.. 5. 6. 86 . ' Dunlop', 'Bud .... 40.54.7 1.90 ,r' S. rPweljs '.. . .. .32 *5.0 1.60 P. H. Balnc,.: en .. 42 :.'3.8'1.60 A 'T.' Jamen Mabm:a : .. 34 4.6 1.56 A. T. Tamoes'. Cherry 2.. 3 4.6 1.61 J. ' Joywood' '. NJllo . 22.5 6.4 1.44 IT.'I.e'ter'' Lintettoe'.. 233 3.9 1.20 F. H. BalnOR' m Goldy .. 34 3.8 1.29 Beat; Thiýe Year Olds:', . .Dunlop'e lu obel ... 20.5 5.5 1.46 F.- H.. Bain'os? Vn'tlty ... 30..4.0 138 G. Dunlop'a N?ni?iy .. 27.5 5.0 1.38 I . . Powell'a W. 'Queen . , . S. Carlovra:t . "' ,.. 20 0.6 1.32 ': Best Sen...
The Laurels of the Tournament [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 17 June 1938
SThe Laurels of the T'ournament OPEN SCRATCH EVENT, 36 Hole.-P. G. Gleaeson (Kew).. HANDICAP EVENT, 36 Holes.-18 and under: J. Ebellng;?,19 and over : M. Cleary. HANDICAP, 18 Holes.-18 and under: J. Ebelingp Victoria);L. 19 and over: H. Jeffrey '(Kingston Heath). HANDICAP, 18 Holes (Afternoon).-18rand;under: E., Parsons ;19 and over: H:'Milne. FOUR BALL BOGEY HANDICAP (Friday).-E. Stephens and' T. Clarke Junr.; (Saturday)t F.. and J. Meadows. CHOICE NINE iHOLES HANDICAP. , !(Monday): 'F.' Drake; (Afternoon) . H. Milne.' ; OPEN TEAMS' EVENT.-Vlctorla Club.. HANDICAP TEAMS' EVENT -Wangaraitt No 2.' DIGGERS' HANDICAP.-H. Jeffery. OPEN SCRATCH EVENT.-Mr.iR.., . llkinson (Sonalla).' HANDICAP, 86 Holee.-Mrs f.R. .! Wilkrncn (iBn lu): :..;HANDICAP SINGLES, 18' Hoile ?(Frlday Mornlrg ?lrs-Wilinson. SHANDICAP' SINGLES (Ater'iornq oe Gd 'H ; Jo hnston '"B" 'Gr'ad;f aI A M CHOICE 'NINE HOLES i'i?AP.-M r'AiM ro. SECRET NINE HOLES.J-Mls D. Fry.' HANDICAP TEAMS' MATCH .-Mrs Gunn, Mrs Oliver'anl M...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 17 June 1938
CHROME MOLYBDENUM STEEL IS USED IN THE :VITAL PARTS OF AIRCRAFT The same Super Steel is used in Austral (Road Record) Cycles ' "Ai stral Fittings are' Genuine B.SIA. Throughout. 1 :HORNSBY CYCLE WORKS AUTHORISED AUSTRAL AGENTS -34:NUNN STREET '.: BENALLA, Prompt Repairs and Replacements with Genuine B.S.A. Parts. THE SMARTEST HEADS COME FROM:.:.: "SAYETTE" THE ' MODERN LADIES' HAIRDRESSERS SBok your Permanent Wave now for the Ball, the Pageant the Bridge Party for the Best PERMANENT.WAVE "SAYETTE SALON," NunStreet, Benalla Phone 443. ; j Hl llpmllg l IIIII3MlUn lIýRO !I!IUalI! l l IIIIIun l ,uunu .lllm AND THE TIMBER INDUSTRY CLEAN, STRAIGHT-GRAINED AUSTRALIAN TIMBERS are used in vast quantities by the Carlton & United Breweries Ltd. in the manufacture of barrels and vats. These splendid timbers, which assist to preserve the wholesomeness of C.U.B. producs, are received at the Yorkshirea i:and Abbotsford Breweries where many imeri,:born and bred to ,the age-old trade of coop...
FOOTBALL NOTES BENALLA-TUNGAMAH LEAGUE. BENALLA DEFEAT ST. JAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 17 June 1938
FOOTBALL NOTES ; ; BENALLA-TJ TIGAMAH 'LEAGUE BENALL A DEFEAT ST. JAMES.;. Vislting :St. James": last "Saturday; Benalla opened, theirowinniliing account for this season., Tunganmal; witl, hn undefeated record, are alone .'at 'he head ot the list with 'Yabba-Dooklo and St. James equal for the ,,econd position. " Devenlsh and 'Benalla have each won a game but. Katamatife have yet to score. The play. in the, first three series has not been .of a high standard and with .only three series of matches played' Interest Is at ,a low. ebb. A fact little' realised per haps by the general .'piLblio , is that they may make. a bighcontributton to improvlng the teams and, thetypoes of football which they play." Lack of in terest 'on .the part of the"'publc .has its effect upon' the teams who have no incentive to do their best :when in terest is weak. All of 'tho blame does not rest entirely, with the public for the waning interest In district foot hball. -It is generally conceded 'that -; footbhl...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 17 June 1938
PERSONAL I Miss Malle. Steer; formerly dam estio artsteacher at, the Benallaflgh School ;iald a visit to Benalla;last, week-end: and participated I" n ;thes annual golf tourney. Mr ?and, Mrf Geo. Fisher are re ceiving congratulations on the, birth of a daughter, Mr IR. . J. Tonkie, who .s'a ciar tered' accountant fri_ Melbourne;aid .a son, of Mr: and Mrs "W: W? Tonklin, spent' the week-end at Thoona ? iith hia parents. .: e· fdr and Mrs Kerin ; BSyme (Naran dera) 'will shortly come to Benalla-. to reside with Mr H. J. Gldnoy at Yln Baron. ' MrsaBerry. arrived. in. the Large Bay from'. England last week, and Is vislting her son,' Mr T. J Berry of Be ala. She intends, to spend 'a few months -here before 'returning home.: 'Mr and Mrs Alex: Rossll (Ararat) wore in Benalla on Monday last `for the Carnegie-Share wedding. . '2ilr and Mra' Geoe Ba e lofted Maryborobgh .yesterda' for: the''m.r ringe of Miss .MarJprio McKenzie, only 'daughter: of Mr and 'Mrs `D H. McKenzlo to ,Mr David.- Gree...
REMOVAL OF HATCHERY TO BENALLA COUNCIL ASKED TO CO-OPERATE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 17 June 1938
REMOVAL OF HATCHERY :TO BENALLA COUNCIL ASKED -TO CO. S. OPERATE. DR.. HARRINGTON, - on behalf of the-ilocal brainch ofthe Fly' Flsh ';re' Assoolatlon, wrote to :the Bonala .Shiroe Cobrcil at its iTuenday'esmoot Ing: asking forr assistance .in thoe' es tablliiment of a h?itch'ery?jat' Be'alla. He' pointed! out. that??t ,was the Idea; to try .and ýimprove 0trout flshing in' the .varous etreamns andr itItai found necessary, to remove -tho hatchery nowiat0Tatotng 'to Benaila: . The hatcher'y,'?aa.capable of y 'hatching 20,000. fry and during the hatching perloilo'd t~ wanocessary to' have 2000 gallones' of ''Water flowing throtigh it dally. The osiggested. site 'was tin the arnedens and an it,was alaudable ob Joct,, he .aled the Council'se ahslat The =Council slgnlfl ed -ts intention Sof'giving every' support and the mat ter ,wa left in the hands of the Con tral riding councillors. .
PROPOSED ARTS AND CRAFTS SCHOOL FURTHER DISCUSSED AT COUNCIL MEETING. COMMITTEE FORMED TO INVESTIGATE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 17 June 1938
PROPOSED ARTS AND 'CRAFTS SCHOOL FURTHER. DISCUSSED AT COUNCIL MEETING. - COMMITTEE FORMED TO INVESTIGATE. AT Monday's meeting of the Ben alla Shire Council the proposed ,Arts and Crafts School was' further ventilated by Cr. F. . A. Cook. He said that it was advisable that the QCouncil should push the matter for :ward.; :Nothing had been mentioned about the matter. since the last pro-" posal..had proved unsuccessful, and it appeared that' matters had drop-' !pid. , In view of the fact that a' de finite 'promise. had been made of. f4,500 towards the establishment' of a school at Benalla, he thought 'that they would, as, councillors, be lacking in their duty if they didnot push the matter. There should .be some way out of 'overcoming the dim`fulfy:. The secretary, Mr It. J'. Murray, said that the Council could make.a grant, but the Council - could not compulsory acquire any land in con nection' with Its establishment. Cr. Cook said that the price of land su;ttable was rnot for sale. T...