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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 17 June 1938
DEATH NOTICE. FERRIS -On 16th June, at her resi dence, Thoona, Isabella, dearly loved wife of the late David Curtis Ferris, and loving mother of Leah (Geelong), Jessie (deceased), Arthur New South Wales), Annie (Mrs H. G. Oliver, Melbourne), Geoffrey &nbsp; (Devenish), David, (Goorambat), &nbsp; Isabella (Thoona), Andrew (Thoona) and Marcus (Boweya) Aged 93 years 8 months. &nbsp; FUNERAL NOTICE. FERRIS. —Friends of the late Mrs Isabella Ferris are respectfully in &nbsp; vited to follow her remains to the place of interment, the Thoona cemetery. The funeral will leave her late resi dence Thoona; THIS DAY (Friday) JUNE 17th, at 3 o'clock. E. A. ABBOTT. Funeral Director, Benalla. Phone 105.
OBITUARY MRS APPOLLONIA BOYD. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 17 June 1938
OBITUARY MRS APPOLLONIA BOYD. The death occurred on Friday last of Mrs Appollonia Boyd at the of 77 years. The late Mrs Boyd was a daughter of the late Mr and Mrs John Bower of Winton. About 55 years ago she was married at Benalla to Mr Alexander Boyd of Kilfeera, and was a resident of the district all her life. She reared a family of five sons and two daughters, viz. John &nbsp; (Melbourne), Joseph, David (Benalla), Mary (deceased), Alexander (Ever- ton), Isabella (Mrs F. Laird, Malms- bury), and Raymond (Benalla). The remains were interred in the Ben- alla cemetery on Saturday following a short service at St. Andrew's Church. Rev. R . P. Simons conducted the ser vice at the church and the graveside. The coffin bearers were Messrs A. &nbsp; Boyd Jnr., F. Laird, L. Bamford, and R. Cooke, and the pall bearers were Messrs W. T. Kemp, W. Osborne, T. Wilson, G. Robinson, P. O'Donnell and J. Pearson. The funeral ar- &nbsp; rangements were carried out by Mr E. A. A...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938
Marie Frock Shop BRIDGE STREET BENALLA (Two Doors from Savings Bank) HUGE SALE HATS FROM 5/. RAINCOATS FROM 14/11? FROCKS FROM £1. EVENING WEAR FROM 25 HUGE REDUCTIONS IN COSTUMES, COAT FROCKS, BLOUSES, SKIRTS, JUMPERS, HOSIERY AND HATS.; GENUINE REDUCTIONS The Parisian, Beauty Salon CENTRE ARCADE RENE CARROLL WISHES TO INFORM HER CLIENTS THAT SHE HAS INSTALLED IN HER SALON THE EUGENE NEW VITA CREAMS HAIR RECONDITIONER A Scientific Treatment for Rostoring Improverished and III treated Hair to Normal Condition and for Scalp Treatments. FOR APPOINTMENTS RING BENALLA ,105. JACK and JILL' BLUE STAR SALE CHILDREN'S AND GENT'S HATS "TO CLEAR ALL AT REDUCED PRICES INFANT'S AND CHILDREN'S WARM WINTER i!,a , WOOLLENS ALSO REDUCED ? ?lilrll nll:" u|?E1111111111ini nluuIruiiiI llu u i nII[ I nnllnIIIIIIIIIIII n l lltlIIIIIIIIIIII II IIIIIIIIIIII iilll ll t Q KEEP IN TUNE WITH THE TIMES FOR THE COMING BALLS HAVE YOUR HAIR PERMANENTLY WAVED AT "SAYETTE" SALON PRICE--ENDS FROM 15/; FULL HEAD FROM...
R.A.C.V. ORGANISER'S VISIT TO BENALLA [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938
R.A.C.V. ORGANISER'S VISIT TO BENALLA IN keeping with the usuln prnctice of the it.A.C.V. to he able to sup ply its meomers with the latest Infeor mation they may require, the touring department has beeon revising inll lit road Itinerary. %Ir Boyd, of the teehnlcal staff, Is at present engaged on this work iin the North-Eastern scction of the State. lie paid a visit to Itennlla on Iriday aInt and spent neveral days in the district. To cover 'the whole of the State wiill necesitate o veral ihousanlds of miloen and occupy several months, and1 much valuable information .will he collected for the guidance of touring motorists,
SKI-ING AT MT. HOTHAM IDEAL WEEK-END AMONG THE SNOW. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938
SKI-ING AT MT. HOTHAMt IDEAL WEEK-END AMONG THE SNOW. IOiIT molnhler or the Ileolia l 58th 13attalion Ski Cltub matde their annual openinlg run for the orn non when they visited Mt. Ilotham dulring King's iRirthday weel-oend. ''iTose? who mode the trip were Len. Heywood, WVnlter vann, 11ill Abbott, Keith 'Thomall. ]3111 Rlehardon, lReg. hiurn, W'. ELvan nsoer., and Mirle Wit tingelow. They spent kan enjoyable time. Rki-lng muladr the tIosL IIdal conditilon. The snow on \1t. Moth nIrn was very hard, and ltch it cohbSti rlllence most of the sHt-in~g ,anI dOiln or) the sniallerl Hbltimx. So ieen werB somne of the members on this Invigor ating sphrt, that they enjoyed them selves ski-ing in tile moonlight. De Ilghtful weather wan experienced dluring the whole of the time they were tlhere. 'Phey found It hard to tear themeilves away, and when It wat time to return to Ilenalla,. the car leveloped battery trouble, and the Ilrty did not leave ori the return journey unIltil T'uoedaey mlornin...
NEW CLUB HOUSE AT SWANPOOL WORK COMMENCED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938
NEW CLUB HOUSE AT SWANPOOL WORK COMMENCED. AT it moteng, of golrf and tennli enthlslllnHs of Swanpool a tow VeelCs ago It was deliderl to erect a new pavillon at Swanlrlool iln place of the present one 0 Itl ta strong coml mitteo ndoplted aI HeheOni . to lloirte irovistonl for both golf and tentis. A start Is to ie made iduring the next few daysC by the builrier, Mr D. Lenlnox, of Bonarlln, nnd when corm pleted tile billlng will be a very at trctivo e structure L and Vll prove I great boon to memberl of roth sporting bodies. Tl'he overall rneanHurelment if tlhe blrldling will be 32 feet bIy 1I feet. At erllch end will lie erected a grtlllled pIlviliollr for tennis and golf. whilst tihe rlallln rIooml will InermlHulre 20 feret by 1.I feet. One end of the gable wrill face the tennli court, whilst the goIlf section will face the golf Ilnks, to unlable golfers to have easHy aIcceeH to the centre rrroom. 'The ventllure Is a very commend able one anrrd the residents of Swan pool aire to I...
WARRENBAYNE GOLF TOURNAMENT TO AID "POPULAR GIRL." [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938
WARRENBAYNE' GOLF TOURNAMENT = TO AID "POPULAR. GIRL." ON Saturday last' . the combined tournament of the Swanpool and Warrenbayne North clubs to asoist tile candidature of Mlss Dot Janmes, one of the candidates In the Popular Girl competition in aid of the Bush Nursing Ilospltal appeal, was brought to a successful conclusion. Play was on the Warrenbayno North llnks. There was a large attendance, and an enjoyable afternoon was spent. A ,tasty afternoon tea was supplied by the ladies. Cr. A. Ieaoney made the presentation of the trophies to the winners, and In doing no, oex pressed appreciation for the splendid support nccorded the candidate. lie snid that if everyone In the district assisted nas much as the golfers had done, It would go a long way towards putting hissl Jnmes at the top of the lint in the quest. Following are the detasll. Ladles' Singles, 12H oles. AMrs C. Price, 70, 27-43; . Mrs 13. Sessions, 7., 28-40: Mrs A. Robinason, 75, 28-47: Misn J. Ilornburgh, 70, 28-51: Miss...
FATHER BYRNE'S GOLDEN JUBILEE SOLEMN HIGH MASS ON TUESDAY. CREATED AN ARCHDEACON. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938
FATHER BYRNE'S GOLDEN JUBILEE ... SOLEMN HIGH. MASS ON TUESDAY. "CREATED AN ARCHDEACON.' TE golden jubllee of the ordinatlon to the priesthood, of the Very Rev, Father . Byrne, P.P., parish priest od Wangaratta, was celebrated on Tues day. Of that fifty "years 42 Ihad.h ee ppent In Wangaratta, where. Father Byrne' has-won a.secure place. in the affection, of his people and the respect of the whole community. On Tuesday, niornlng Solemn High fMass was- .clebriated at St. :Patriclk' Church. -Latcer Fathei Byrno was the guest of honor at a"dinner given to the ,BlIholi and priests, at the T?itgi dine Convent,'and in 'the evening a concert in his honor was given' in St Patrick's 'I-all aind. presentatiohs of a gold chalici ond "a ,wireless 'set were mande t( him' frpm the `parishioners.. ,Tihroughout the'driyFather Byrno recelved many personal'' congratula tion?'from the people h hans served'so well and from others' Whose admira tion lie ha s won. " The occasion was, marked by: trhe Bish...
DIGGERS' GOLF TOURNAMENT [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938
DIGGERS' . GOLF TOURNAMENT T'HE second annual Diggers' golf tournnment wn'as hold on the Wan. garatta links on Saturday last. Presontation of Trophies at Gay Party. The trophles were presented 'at s dinner party held at * Hotel Pnnsent the anme evening. Fifty were present and there was nso much lift in the show. that the president had same dilliculty In malting himself heard. Ile called on Mr ft. F.'.Chapman to pre sent the trophies, and he managed to lick out the correct recipients. The noise and hilarity became more .ronounced as the evening progressed and air J. W?. Graham had to read the rloL.act to get sullaclent quietness to enable him to say his plece. After all had had their say the Loyal toast and Auld Lang Sync cotnpleted the oden ing, aid all troops were dismissed in good 'order to prepare for next year. Among fonalla players who re turned cards were:-L. D. Fawakner, ,4-20-08; E. A. Simmonds, 06-24-72; A. Urbahans, 00-10177; R, J. Murray, 100-26-81,
COURSING DEVENISH CUP MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938
COURSING nounced for Tuesday and WVednes day, 5th andO 6th ?July 1938. The Cup event will be for 32 dogs at £1/10/ each with £15/116/ added bythe club. The wivlnner -'will also receive a hand some cup which has; been donated to the, club by Mr G. L Main. "This . progresslye club fis deserving of every success in .the staging of the meeting which shoeuld Prove .excep thusiasts:: ;. tionally popular' among' cursing. on10 Entries for .the. meeting close on? Saturday, 2nd July with th? honorary scretar?is; t?Messrs D. Frle,, and R. Stalley Mr M iP. Cleary has a strong h committee :behind, attending to' thb or apieation ~f the meeting
GOLDEN VALE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938
GOLDEN VALE CLUB. On Saturday last tn men's 18 holes stroke competition was won by M1. Leahy. Tile following were the host cards handed in:-M. Leahy (24), 61; O. Long (21), 00; A. Marks (24), 70; i,. Vnughan (27), 71; A. tRussell (27). 71; t. Stdvennon (27). 71; D. 17. Malone (13), 72; A. Sullivan (22), 73: 1'. Sullivan' (24), 74; WV. Dunn (27), 75. On Saturday next, 2tth ' lJune, It men's Canadlian foursomen will be hold. It should lbe nloted that the links are closed to.all play'on Satr' lays until the competition beginn In the afternoon. Attention Is drawn to the reonlu lion passed at the aInst annual meet ng that itll subscriptions must he paid on or beofore the 30th Junle after which ditte unflnancill players will coreas to ,be entitled to the privileges of mombershll. On Saturdmay, Jlne 2nd, a list of itll financial noiemhlrs of the club will bie posted at the golf house. Copllo of the Ollfcial Your look of thie Victorian Golf Ansnocl tlon arel now available and maity he purch...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938
PERSONAL .The engagement is announced of bottie, youngest. daughter of Mrs .E. Nlckolls and the lateMr Nickolls, of Vangaratta, to James bWilliam, sec mnd son of. Mrand Mrs J. J. Doherty, Commercial Road, 3enalla. Sergeant McMillan of Ienalla` has been appointed to take charge of the Benalla police station In succession to Sub-Inspector R. O. Kennedy who has gone to Mildura:' Benalia is very fortunate in having, such a worthy successor in Sergeant McMillan, for he. is held in very hligh: esteem by. members of the force- and the resi denta who' have come in contact with him. The "Ensign" extends to him its congratulatlon s. "At a meeting: of 3Benalla :Matrons on Tuesday afternoon last, it was de cided to hold a ball on Tuesday, 12th August. Mrs. Mal. Ryan was elected president, and Mesdames G0. Olivdr and 'A. Marks, joint hon. secretaries and treasurer. Mr and Mrs .Aln Thompson :are receiving congratulations on the birth of a son., MT.rs ,.i O'B. VFleetwood-Smith'Is holidaying. in Be...
GOLF. BENALLA CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938
GOLF BENALLA CLUB.' On Saturday.,ast a men's Stable ford cdmpIettitdn 'was played on the Benall?a couireoiJ'Tho winners were R. I. Wilkinson and E.. Blair. Scores: "A' Division. - R: I. .Wilkin0lso (10), 40; 'A. Orubb (10), 38; L. .Bod e F (15), 37. I. Cunn (15),"'37; L. Ledger (10), 37;: C. Web, ster (14), 30; A. Scholes (13), 34; L. Sayers (4), 33; .0. Oliver, (12), 32; O. Cowan (11),' 32; M.. Lindray (10)., 31; L. Wilkinson (10), 29: E. Carter (14), 20; A. Forbes (8), 29; C; Cum mning (13), 29; -O, IHall (13), 28; IV. Carthew (15), 28; O. Nason (0), 24:; D. Webster (0), 23." "B" Division. E. Blair '(21). 37; T. T. Clarke junr. (17),; 30; V Sheppard (19), 30: T. La Peyro (21), 30: ;V. Steel (18), 13: AT. Cleary (17), 35; J. Clalvln (21), 30; N." lIcNiJeo (20),. 31; E. Itlekards (20), 35; T. Cowan (21), 34; 13. O'Donnell (21), 34::. C. Elvlsh (18), 33; N. Edgar (21), 33; WV. McNeolly (21), 33; I . E. Thomson (21), 33; A. C. Brown (21), 31; D. Rellly (21), 29; '. Harrison (21), .28;...
THE LATE MRS ISABELLA FERRIS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938
THE LATE MRS ISABELLA FERRIS HE1l Into MTrs:Isabella Ferris, relict of theo late D. C. . Forris, whose death was reported In last week': issue, came to Victoria from Scotland with her:" father, "mother, seven brothers and one slsterlin the sailing vessel, :"Cheopslde," which` took five monthe: on the voyage. Her `only :re. collection of the ,voyago (she 'heolng four years of agoe) was being carried, down the g?ngway in the arms of her: eldeet' brother,-'.." "•i ".? ,, 2:' - . ,.Arrlving In'+, l Iohson' RBay;. her brothers ewer' soon commandeered' by the equatters' of, Victoria 'and taken up. Cdunit'y to mind sheep. 'Her eldest lsster took a :positon as 'companioe in Captain Bunbory's homne iniWil ilamrtown;'i The 'little "girl w:ent to boarding school at six. on -the' ,Vannon River'. near HI-amlton" to'' Mir `Break; father of the late M.L.A. of that dlsi trlct. HeI-r father took up farming pursults 'ln the ,Tallarook' districtnas the hoys' became older. 'After, flniehn Ing ,her' edu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938
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SUDDEN DEATH OF MRS. DAVID FERRIS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938
'SUDDEN DEATH OF MRS. DAVID FERRIS .RSAlice May Ferrs, wifoe of Mr David Ferrls, of Cinorambat, died suddenly at her resldence at Cooram bat on Friday morning last. She was apparently In. good health the day of her'death,'nd .ltho nows of her sud den pnplng. cusried a s hock to her many friends. Decennsed was a daaughlter'of Mrs. E. Hooper of Goor ambrat, and the late Mr TJoseph, HI.:'Hooper. She was born 'at Coburg nod came to live in' the Devenish dis trict with her 'parents when quite young. She wasmarrled at 'Devenlsh 38 years ago to Mr. David Ferris who survives her, together with a family of three saons, vlz., Stanley and Franklyn (Meololtirne) and Edgar (Ooorambat) 'iThe late Mrs Ferris whairvery popular with a large circle of friends. She was an active worker In ,the C.TVA. at Goorambat. The funeral was to the Devenish cemetery. en .SatRrday last, the. cortege :einga' lengthy'one. Ahotut 21 memhors of the. Gooorambat C.W.A. formed a guard of honor at the housa and also rat t...
WHEAT CROPS FAIL IN EUROPE ITALY IMPORTING GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938
WHEATK CROP:S FAll IN EUROPE ITALY IMPORTING GRAIN. ISASTRnOUS failure. of the wheat crop threatens , ~Moditorranean countries, and particularly Italy, where exports of flour have been banned. I*taly has bought ;argeo quantities of. wheat from - France as woll as 100,000 tons from. . other countries. This, .however, ;.will, be insufllelent, as the' year's crop is. 10,000,000 bushels below the .37,600,000 bushels crop of 1937. Greece, Portugal and Spain are also suffering. It is expected thoe grain areas of south-eastern, Europe will make up the6 Mediterranean deficiency, how evoer, and ,nas American -and Austra lian; yields exceed those of last year, wVrid .prlcos probably will. remalin