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BENALLA TALKIES SATURDAY—MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938

-- BENALLA TALKIES "'S8ATURDAY-MONDAY,. THyE tale?of a. young, giddy, beauty ;?vho was willing to faco a flrst doreo,'mnqrder'chargo in arorder to brin'g;someo publicity :and subsequent buslness " to :her, poverty-stricken law yer-husband,- liberally ;;:larded :.with laughs, ls .told ln, Paramount.d 'True Confeoslon,' 'gay new :comedy rome Alsod red,blooded actibn,: of thoe type. that.-everyone ha?i come to ox pimt 'from. Pa'ahiounit'sa "Hopalose"' Cossldy' 'Western ': stories?' ?l supplied in, good rneaiiuro in the latest of these outdoor 'romances, '"North o'f the 'Rio Orando." Williarri Boyd comas to the screen `for the 'eleventh' time in the role' ofa:' the' liard-riding, " square hooting '"Hoppy.' :who within the space of a" year has 'beconie the nation's favorite; Western hero. With him ride o"Windy,' played: by"Georgo I?ayes,, and "Lucky" "Tenkins, por trayed by 'the handsome nowcomer, Russell Hayden. "'Usual: Short and Noews. Matinee at .80 Saturday " PATRONS NOTE: Cricket s...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ARTIFICIAL MANURE SUBSIDY ARRANGEMENTS REGARDING PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938

ARTIFICIAL MANURE SUBSIDY 'ARRANGEMENTS REGARDING'" PAYMENTS. -r NDERlegislation passed. by the Commi nwealth P1arliamont 'dur ing1937,' a subsidy at the rate of 10/ per' ton;" upon a maximum.' quantity: of 20'tone sused by each 'primary' pro-.. ducer',i5l payable to primary" produc ors ewh'?;used fertlllser '-during the. twelveoinonths ending 30th June. 1038, in";tlie production of primary produce" ?ther than wheat.,. A sub-' sidy. at:. the same rate and subject' to 'a similar limitation, Is payable to ap proved organlsations which supplied fertilliser without charge to . primary. producers, either for expbrimental puposes or as a measure of relief. in cases of distress. Applications for the subsidy must' be lodged with the secretary, Depart moent of Commerce, 410 Collins Street, Melbourno, on or befors 81st January,' 1030. Forms on which application 'should be made by primary producers. are now available at post olices .or: :miyi be obtained on application to theo ppartment'rof Co...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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RED CROSS FAIR TO BE HELD ON TUESDAY NEXT [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938

RED CROSS FAIR TO BE HELD-ON TUESDAY NEXT THI Hod Croas, Fair is to be held .on Tuesday next, June 28th, In the Shire Hall. The officialIopenlng will' be performed at 3.30 p.m. hy liho shire president, Cr. T. a'B. Cook. SFor somo time various organlsatlons In the town have been working to equip the stalln which were allotted S.as follows:-Utility .Blind Auxiliary; Produce, C.W.Ai; . Kitchen,. High Schobl. Wolaro'Club;' Jumhle,,r East antd West Schools: .'Miothers'.: 'Clubs; Sweets,: Mrs: Briggs an. nd . helpers: Cakes, Girl Guldes "and., their Local Aisoclatlon;' Envolope, Rnod', Cross Auxiliary, Hospital. Auxilliary -hnt , A.W.N.L.; 'Dips and Compotltlona, . Miss Slevson 'and Junior Red, Crosm. * "Admrission Io adults .,Gd, children halt price, and ai'door prize dqnatod by 'Mr' L. Kennedy, will bho .lvoen' The : .S.S.I.L.A.. Ladles': Auxlliary, ' has :* chnarge of the refreshments '.whicl i ', wllibe 'erved' in the supper room.;:. : " AAs the fair Is bolng held.on.the lasi ' day of...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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POPULAR GIRL QUEST THE "VILLAGE GREEN" WELL SUPPORTED. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938

POPULAR GIRL QUEST THE?VILLAGE GREEN" LLL SUPPORTEQ, "HE Apex Club wishes to thank the .pubilo of Benalla for the wonder !ul support given to the carnival they held ,or the poet offico "illage green" last Friday night, In 'aid of the popu+ lar girl quest. So successful was the night that it has ;been decided to hold aa similar carnival 'to-night (Frideay .;23rd), weather permittrig, and for several 'riday. nights following. These carnivals are the prelude to R monster gala evening to be held' in the Memorial Hall on 15th 'July, to wards the termination of the Popular Girl Quest,' when possibly the largest variety of side shows ever seen in Benalla will; be 'presented, It; lat ariticipated' 'that-, to-night's show will be bigger. and better than that held last week, and all are as sured of twvo qr 'threo hours of good fun'alliln aldofa' a.very worthy cause well deserving of your support.

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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SWANPOOL GRAND BALL IN JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938

_ SW.ANPOOL. GRAND-BALL, IN :JULY., a nieeting of' the School Coni iniltteeo :held on '.Wednesday even-; ing' it was decided to hold a graid ball :on; T, ursday, 14th July' the pro-' coeds of: which will go to the A6chool fund.' Further particulars will be announced later.,. .' On Friday, 8th July, Arbo .Day will be celebrated at the school when trees, and shrubs will bbe planted in' the school. grounds. During the''af ternoonC ddressoH willlie',.glverby membora .o(.'tho school conrmlttee. :

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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BRIDGE PARTY TO AID ORCHESTRA [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938

BRIDGE PARTY. TO AIDl ORCHESTRA SSMALL but. delightful bridge party was held. on Thursday night, June 10, at the homoe of Miss M. Rahilly, to:. aid .the funds of her or ci'?etra. Autumn folinge and Iceland polnplen decorated., .and a large fire warmed the: niclious: lounge. Among those :present . w?re:-Mr and Mre Thornburn?ri, . Mins .,; Bradshaw, Mrs Meolntosh;e Mr" andl Mrs- Cogger, Mine Gascolgnie, .Mr' Yoden ,' Mr and Mr: Spltcer,. Mr; Sullivan (Melbourne), Mr and Mrs Dynesen,'Mjns .M.' Day. Mips A:. Day,: Mrs Leah'y,";Mrs Sutton, M and M?rs. Dodd; .Mra Harper, Mrs MII? tor), Mrs Fraeer, Miss ,B. Gaffney, Mies R '.Gaffnedy, Mr Rahally, Mr Manelneld, 'Milss. ,"BrTrdwri, Mr W. J. Burns.' Mrs . Vaughan,. Mrs A." Reilly and. Mr 3..Ladne.7' P:rizes were won by . Miss .M. Day, highest score; and.:. Mrs Thornburn, necret. scre. A generous supper was served I~? nembera of the orchestra. 'In a; short npeech, Mr Dynesen, on behalf. of. Mise-'Rahllly, : thanked the guests; and: alsnogave a...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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UGLY MAN COMPETITION THE SERGEANT LEADING. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938

UGLY MAN .COMPETITION :-THE SERGEANT LEADING: ALTrIOUGHi.Sub-Inspector "Ser Sigeant": K nedy',has • left Benilla, It is evident that his memory' has by no means faded' as he 'continues to load his. two opponhtsl in the Ugly Man Competition. .Mr Tim Egan'.has moved up to seoc oend place, having a'alight lead on Mr Jim 'Noonan. We do nbt know what Air Noonan's supporters are golng to do, but there is unmnltakaible evidence of approach Ing activity in this 'camp.? and. no doubt 'within t very short time, the existing placings will be altered.' '..It is unwise for'.those working for the "Sergeant" to rest on their laurels as they will requlro. to put their hest foot forward to keep.him In the lead Ing, position. , . Mr Egan 'is'a aquiet . worker, and therefore >a-: formidable' candidate. lie has a lot of supporters, who have no Intionri of letting him down and who will rally- to his standard wvhen their helple 'most. reedcd, " rlThe` members ,of the Apex Club, who- iiooted' this comp...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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SOMETHING ALWAYS HAPPENS UNLUCKY WEEK FOR CANBERRA [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938

SOMETHING ALWAYS ,HAPPENS UNLUCKY WEEK FOR CANBERRA Joseph Aloyslus Lyons and his co. horts must haveothought that all thel birthdays had come at once by the time "they had finished explaining certain "embarrassing's" happening. atto 'a' rather bored public last week SStrung over a period of several days, some awkward'- figures were published regarding.o exports and im ports and a lengthy explanation shortly followed in. the daily press The figures revealed that Australia had an adverse trade balance of sev eral ~milllone:. Exti?rts fell away con siderably, while imports increased oul of all proportions-so much for this wonderful Ottawa agreement. Returns from primary products such as wheat, wool, dairying, ete., are expected to decline by some £9,000,000-returns from the Land Tax and other channels are, however, ex pected to remain the same. ...r Thorby, Minister for Defence, was. a passenger in an 'Avro Anson bomber (similar to the one seen at Benalla air pageant), which was 'lost...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938

Ladies' Hairdresser CLAUDE WOOTTEN PERMANENT WAVE SPECIALIST' MIwF DmTRuLS CA BEHNA4LA 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.-AMlrror Finish Stainless Knlve, Sheoeld make, Tables and Desserts, 1/ each. Dessert "Knives,' ?'d. each.' 'IHar?ison Fisher's Madras Silver-Dessert Spoons, and Forks, '10d 'each; Table Spoons and Forks, 1/4 each. ALARM CLOCKS-German Make, 4/0. HAND BAGS.-Oood Lines, 2/6,, 6/,, 7/0 to Clear. CHINA -Quantity , five China Plates worth 1/3 to Clear 6d each. CRYSTAL=-Beet Quality. All. Carrying Large Reductions. . ,"W'NE SWALLOW GOLF BALLS-i/ each, WATCIICS -Girl''Chrome .Wrlilot Watches, Sale Special, 16/ each; Spcial Offer eolTrade in on old Watches for Rotherhame during Sale SEE OUR DISPLAY. STOCKS. MUSTBE CLEAREO, G. I, LEDGER -PTY. : LTD. : BRIDGE STREET, (Near P.O.) : BENALLA A REMINDER WHY" HAVE BROKEN BRICKS ...

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Benalla Stock Market WATTS TURNBULL & CO. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938

Benalla Stock Market WATTS TURNBULL ;LCO. iATTS 'rTURNBUL.L & CO. rteo, having hhld their unul fortl nlghtly solo at Ilonalta oi Tuesday last when they offered a heavy yard ing of tat .sheepIl and moderato pen nings ol nil otlher clansaes of stock. In addition to the local traile, Ibuyers wore operating from liuron, Vlolt Town, 2elllolrllne, Dooklo, St. tJnmis, Dovenish and Wangaratta, nnd coin potition was 'well utlstalned 'ot all clansos of fat stock. W\o qunllto fat Osheep equal to our Inlst report while In thie hoot section there was n' do finite rise. PricOs for all classes oa pigs were on n par with thoso offering at recent sales. SttEt5. Top price for woethera on Ihe day was palid or a penll t very prino hea!vy crosshreds on account of ih' 01. l3roennilan of lolyollah, which sold to 29/9 21. chkc. waethers a/c id. A. Dennis to 20/t0' account other ovendorns 20/, 2/10/, 2.1/10 to 21/ for Illnitnor typres. lAn aullsandlng pen of croas bred Inmns on nccount of ir D. Ilni...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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BADDAGINNIE [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938

BADDAGINNIE. ALL roads lCI to thio .Iýo1ddnagioic Ilull lent hursdaylnight w vheon Iho nowv fleor recoivori ito chxlotoniog, IEverytlhintg wnot ofr f rImmtigly, and everyoonlopCre L sn O)plO In glow'ling ternm of the now lilner a1nd1 thin aLtlglllll well for t1he nlleeeCn of fuItIur dainces l IanitBlioaginio. 'Imh nmnnic for tlhe fight wan providedi Iy Mfr .f. CIWIlI'y'n orcetILerli Ilflo Swlw onool, Wllie theo lotion ol mooter of colt inonlme were capllibly 1110 lglgledl iby hi, .1. Vincent. Asl u0111al th1e Indies0 nervcd If very deolectablo nluppller andi the1 evenillng's elnjoymnltll wfl reletleL. On Wvedensdoy niglht the 13 l0llO ginloe Lamlico' Club holli their th111rd CCneoosful euchmrO pamnty.

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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"BALLYHOO" CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938

"BALLYHOO" CAMPAION. r theo meeting of the metropilitaon branch of the United Country Prrty held on 'Thursday of tlast week, Mr 'C' Miller said "that 'American political methods weore being Intro duced. lnto Victdria. 'The Tibhrnl Country 'Party was'ltt'nptin, to nid its cause by, a campaign of "h;lty hoo." Tn courntry . districts thnod ' picked meetings of three , fout andi five, who more often thlail not were opponents of the party. were making a decisitn'. to form an L..C.P. branch. This osecured publicity for the L.C.P. and deloluled 'the public Into believing that, it Ithad , ' support In cotuntry contres. The LCC.i?. lenders were utterly destondent . regarding their fatlure.' r tR.l Unkict said that hand the members of the State Parliamentary party taken the initiative they could have stamped tthe L.C.P. out it ai •Week. " . . = , Mr T. J. FEdwards, a visitor from ale, saild the L.C.P. wras making;no headway' In lppsland. 'Thoe electoral council of Gtlptnand would speedlly do ...

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THE U.C.P. SPLIT FACTS OF THE U.C.P. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938

THE 'U.C.P. SPLIT tual outoo he- la tr 'In to' appeal ACTSto with thisknd of .Theap patronage, UC but no one would have tor, think very hard heforo" coming: to the conculuson that tlhere is. no need for this. organt-' nation which', was started ,on "such Sir msyIn grourinds. u 1O/V/13 'M r 1Stanton, an s.C.P.that thorgan L.C.P. Iser, 'under igthe ha t, represent acountry int ren bts agenerally whnis.h says bit was gratifying to find, in thiu district, s0 mnify' me15 of `such 'a. :'-.wteii-baianccd. line' 'of effectively, now byaccept the L.C.P: an • '"In Ai.r Arcl~wen's reported speech at party. of .wido.. appeal, ' ;. 3snai' on't now whaty of last weekll he saya "A Parliamentary .committee led bytual outlook Premier h iad trying. to apprvewed tie Central Councisind of .theap patronage, but no one' would' havo to. ihink very h Central Counl had received tthe conuion mitte but had no nd fotallyr refused toorgan-' nation whichon stlation,"ed on " uch The statement in not correct. The ...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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BOURKE & THEWLIS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938

BOURKE & THEWLIS. -?OUIlKl? & l'IVMWLIH reiort hlav Ing held .tholt' linulln fortnilghtly nitlce iI the Corllornuton Yardll'4, ilotl nllu, oni 'f'testilly lint the 2llt inst., when they offered I lmlodert'le yarding of nil ll an,1 nH 5of stoclt, with tilhe excelp tion it o ligs, which were lightly 0(up llled, to thIe unlnl lItcndlilllce of diln trl't grallersl', the locail tra'Ilo nnd1 out sldoI'r whI plll'erlteil In all neIHC ollnl of Ilt mlll'liel. III the sectlliin illolted to fat shep iniind fat euttle, thie n1n11iaet wis extremlllely buoiynit. with spirilted 5ie, itnd ltfiilley showing f fi ihii fIrli s frie ion thle llprevioul Ilitrket, ai full clear ince liilli effected le it thle following 'A'f fllfflh- A iillclrll'e yrine.lll i eIie?ng eliinting 'ch111ly of lirlo lflll lily younllll welie?en, togelther with ll ll fipen of goiod nl Ul Ity Iiililllu. LT'le ile openedlll' to goodl llenuihry, values 'hoIIIlng decide In rl'ele( whihll wI'lire m nllltllaifnedl thr...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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ROBINSON & MONDS [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938

ROBINSON & MONDS ][tBINSON a& 21OND2 reportl hIn Ing heuld theoir rmmriI fortnightlyI. I markleot In tile Iouonnll Corporatlon, VIorlH on 'I'urOolny eInt. he 21 mt ItrrIt. 'TIhoro wan it light yarding of Htwlc all round with prlcer very thin nld in rrlvnroc of Into rantc. Woe cirn ([note: F'AT CATf'1'U. A mclldumo y,,rllng of good quallity cattlte, coiojipttlon wars very hIco with 'alucer (it tIro 01,080 of tiro oMlc ' -fi- C'"V Ln/ In r Pd,'Lr n/Wnr"A4~l mar"Icd' nt M'iiat" 1'. Iltoinxori or \Varrrrcloanyrrr', 1 110/2/f to £1017/0, lrcing rrrrrclrnrod Iby a1r W. 11. Slrcrwlil 'rIneo e holrle veotlero to £0/If/ on ac(oulnltr £f H(If1110 vcendor. purrciinoneri b2y SElriCggo ggnd Fpirth1. Light weight hlltlrlclms (0/17/, £LO/I0/, £7/l0/ to £1/7/fl; Il ioli limo OId1 niecl-H 00 0/c oIf 7'. 'f.' CClot ,r1 oif II,, Jarrg, nodle £7/17/. *Springrcs..-.lerroy IhcifcrH, Hpring crH (1/18/, £3/0ll/ to (i/"I. l'ATi S111.1'2. We hadi, it light perling of groad qolreilty lhci. F'a...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938

SHARES SYNDICATE TICKET A FORM?nR B3onalla man, Mir Ed ward Jamne, a brohor of Cr. anmeH, was one a luclyy syndicate of four who won the maijor prize in a well-known consultation. last week. Air Jamnoe who, until recently resided In Lockhart, N.S.)V., is at. present living in Melbourno. Welcome news for all cricket enthu siasts ! Patsy Hendren, the well-known and very popular former English Test cric keter, has been commissioned by "The Age" to write and report exclusively for all Test Matches, commencing June 10. Read "The Age" and thoroughly enjoy Patsy Hendren's interesting comments and his bright and re freshing descriptions of each day's play. uali;y g AND The proprietors of "The "Age" and "The HOW TO GET IT FREE I * Leader" have printed, and are offering All you have to do is buy throo con absolutely FREE to all readers, a comprehon- bourne's leading daily newspoperl sive Cricket Book Souvenir of the Australian and one copy of "The Loader," Vic Eleven's 1938 English Tour. It i...

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Protests Dealt With FOOTBALL LEAGUE MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938

Protests Dealt Withi .FOOTBALL LEAGUE MEETING DELEGATES, representing the five clubs in the Tatong-Thoona Foot ball League were present at the 'mot ing:hcld in the Benalla Hotel on Wednesday. night. Cr. J., B3owdern occuliled the chair.. Routine correspondence, 'clearances, etc., were dealt with. PROTESTS.,. " Two protests were received for con sideration. The first was .*from. the All Blacks Club who' protested that 'Violet Town were playing G. Peacock, who was ineligible under, residential qualiflications Mr. A. Smith, delegate for the pro testing club, said that his club was protesting on principle, they were not claiming any .match . points from Violet Town, but wanted to see the rules of the League carried out. A" ruling on the case in. point had been received from Air Samniell, of lBeeehworth, chairman of the North Eastern Football Councll of the V.C.P.L. AMr Samboll hadi ruled that a man's place of residence was where he earned his livelihood and normally resided. The moero f...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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MILITIA NEWS 58th BATTALION. BENALLA MEMBERS' SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938

MILITIA.:NEWS 58th BATTALION. BENALLA MEMBERS' :SUCCESS. INCJLUDi D .In thre 58th ,oattallon allacation of prize money for skill at armsn for year ending' 30th June, 1938, are the following members of "C" Coy, Jenalla:--Cpi. L. T. Clhiv ers, best shot L.A. In, "C" Coy., 10/; Cpl. A. L. D. Black, best shot rifle, "C" Coy., 10/; First class shots, rifle, \V.O. E. noo, E/; first-class allot L.O., Sgt. Stewart 5/. FIRST PARADE JULY 7. Tile list parade In the new train ing year will lie Ileld on Thursday, 7th July, when the ArJutnnt, Major R. N. Anderson, will visit tie coentre. There will be a full kit Inspection prior to the distribution of pay. Sgt. D. Stewart will undergo prac tical portion of the oxamilnation for irst ppotintment to commissioned VACANCIES'FOR NINE NEW MEMBERS. Vacancies exist for noew memlbr:: Iotween the ages of 18 nnd' 4. Pay is nt rate of 8/ per day. Those h= twcen tlhe ages of 16 and 18 yearn can enroll in thile Senior Cadlots. THE RADCLIFF CUP. Tho competition ...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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SEWERAGE ENGINEER'S REPORT MONTHLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938

SEWERAGE ENGINEER'S REPORT MONTHLY REPORT: ITHE sewerage eonglneer (Mr L D. , Fawckner) reported" at iast week's, meeting of'tho'Authority as follows: Sewer' Construdtion.-Tho good, pro gress reported at' the last meeting has not been maintained owing to the dimlcult-nature 'of the' ground encoun tered. For econdmical working the gang has been '."considerably . short ened. 2384 feet of sewer remains to be constructed 'to complete the ro triculation system. Pumping 'Station.-Further tests have been carried .out on the equip ment of pumping, stations' Nos. 1 and 2.. The ejectors in No. 2 station are satisfaetory and have been accepted. Alterations have been. made to the arrangement in" No. 1 station and It appears now that this equipment will also oe satisfactory. Treatment Work.--The 'treatment works have operated without .trouble and are proving an excellent effulent. Housne Connections.-DLuring the past month a further 50 house connec tions have been.. inspected and ap proved. A nu...

Publication Title: Benalla Ensign
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FOOTBALL NOTES BENALLA-TUNGAMAH LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Benalla Ensign — 24 June 1938

FOOTBALL NOTES BENALLA-TUNGAMAH LEAGUE. It must be very disappolntlng to the enthuaiastic office bearers and players to find such little appreciation of their efforts to present' a good team of footbal lore, worthy of such a reputedly fine sporting centre as Benalla, as is shown in the meagre attendan ances each Saturday. The local team comprises many very fine players, and their display on Sat urday last was really first-class, and compares very favorably with the teams of 9 or 10 years ago, when football was so enthusias tically followed in this town. Best results are shown by the players when they feel that their efforts to entertain are appreci ated, and surely, in a big centre auch as this, sufficient supporters of our great Australian game would be expectied to attend the games, and so enable the clubs to '-conduct their matches without any worries about financial. re suits of games. Why can we not -have,, something at least ap. proaching the 'crowderryhich some years ago atte...

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