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Police Courts HUONVILLE. Unregistered Motor Lorry. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

Police Courts ' ?' HUONVILLE. Unregistered ? Motor Lorry.' ... j In. the Huonville Police Court on Thursday, before Messrs J. Upchurch and G. Shield, Js.P., Inspector Grant prosecuting, Wilfrid James Talbot, of . Pel verata, pleaded guilty to having, on November 21st, driven an unregis teied motor lorry in the Huon' muni cipality. \ ,? Hp 'WiiR firiorl 1 Or wifcli ? Illegally in Possession ('of . Skins. Roy Mcintosh Bantick was charged with' having had , in his. possession on November. 14th seven opossum skins and one kangaroo skin: .' ? He pleaded1 guilty,' and was fined 2s 6d' for each skin found in his possession, with 8s costs; Aru order was made for confisca tion of the skins. ? Alleged Assault. Thomas David' Barnes, of Pelver ata, proceeded against Horace Dug gan, of Pelverata, for assault, it being alleged that oh November 18 defendant struck complainant on the mouth with his first. Inspector P. Grant prosecuted. ? Defendant pleaded not guilty, but was convicted1 and fined 10...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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FASHION NOTES FRILLS, FASHIONS and FANCIES Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Service to "Huon Times" [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

FASHION NOTES FRILLS, FASHIONS and FANCIES Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Service to 'Huon Times' Billie Buike, M-G-M star in 'Dinner at Eight,' Wears this charming morning: gown' of ceil blue,Jcrepe with tucked net sleeves and collar. Trim mings consist 'of tiny flat bows of blue velvet at. neck and waist. Note the three-quarter slit sleeves:

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Water Supply PROPOSED EXTENSION AT CYGNET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

Water Supply PROPOSED EXTENSION AT:, CYGNET. At last Thursday's meeting- of the Cygnet Municipal Council discussion arose regarding the ' possibility o'f extending the present water scheme in existence 'at Cygnet in order that consumers at Clark's corner would be adequately supplied with, water.. The discussion was actually , a re-' vival of the proposed scheme which had previously, been discussed at meetings of the council' last year/ Cr. G. C. Hornsby, referring to the proposed establishment of the scheme, submitted estimates, which revealed that the outlay would be £6408, afid the annual- interest ,. on the scheme £67 10s, which extended over twenty years would amount to £1350. .' Cr. Gordon : There must be an alternative method of establishing the supply. I cannot see why the installation, of 1-inch pipes from the present supply would' not be prac ticable, as there is ,l'a natural down hill' slope provided. The Warden: I fail to agree with the practicability of , using -'1-inch ...

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Surges Bay AGRICUTURAL BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

Surges Bay AGRICUTURAL BUREAU. -. The annual meeting of the Surges Bay branch' of. the Agricultural Bureau ,was held . recently in the ' Giendevie School, when- there was a fair attendance of members. The annual report of the secretary, was read and adopted. This showed ; that the branch had had a fairly sat-j isfactory year, the membei ship show-; nig a sngnt increase. . , ] The retiring officers, Mr J. W. Rowc (chairman'), and Mr C. T. | Patterson (secretary) , were re elected for the ensuing year. It was resolved to. ask Mr Geo. Rccord, of the Agricultural Bureau, to attend the December meeting, and address members. This meeting, which was held on December 5th, in Mr E. Clark's apple house, -which, was kindly loaned for the occasion, was largely attended, and all enjoyed the films showing the i various branches of agriculture, also ] the 'Scenic Tour of Australia.' Mi Record was accorded a hearty vote j of thanks for the very enjoyable evening's entertainment which, he provided: ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

COMMONWEALTH OF AUS TRALIA. FLOUR TAX. RETURN OF STOCKis.OF FLOUR, ETC. ? MOTICE is hereby: given that all . persons (other than- millers of Flour) who, on the 4th December, 1933, held stocks in. excess of 1000 pounds weight, ? of any substances produced by the gristing, crushing, grinding or milling of wheat/ or by 'the sifting or screening of, or any mechanical' operation applied to, substances so produced, or produced by any combination of any of - those operations,:' with, certain exceptions stated oni tfie officials forms of re turn, arc required to furnish to the Commissioner of Taxation at my office as early as possible, but not later than 21st December, 1933, a statement in the oifficial form setting forth the quantity in short tons and pounds of all such, stocks held by or on1 behalf of the- persons concei'ned either1 in their own premises or in other premises. The return must also show all substances produced from any mixture or two or more of the before-mentioned substanc...

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Coming Events [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

Coming Events Dec. 14^— rSchool Concert, Franklin Town Hall. Dec. 13 — School Concert, Huonville Town Hall. Dep. 14— Grand Dance, Cradoc Hall, in aid of Cradoc Cricket Club: Dec. 16 — Chi-istmas Ball, Drill Hall, . Cygnet. Dec. 16— Euchre and Dance, Rane lagh Memorial Hall. Dec. 16— School Concert, Mountain ? River Hall. -. Dec. 24— Annual Christmas Concert, franklin . Methodist Church.- ??? Dec. 25— ^-Euchvc and Dance, Rane lagh- Hall. Dec. 26— Cygnet Sports Carnival. Dec. 26 aitd 27 — Dover Regatta, Esperance. Dec: 29 and 30 — Cygnet Regatta, Port Cygnet. Jan. 1 — Huon . Regatta, Shipwrights Point. ' ' MEETINGS. Dec. 20 — Esperance. Municipal Council. Dec. 22— At Cradoc Public Hall, rc Percy Cherry Memorial Fund.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

[?] Branches : BURNIE : Manager, W. 'J'. Todd. CYGNEY: Manager, L. J. Fyle. DELORAINE : Manager, K. Tyson. GEEVESTON: Manager, L. J. Fyle. HUONVILLE: Manager, L. J. Fyle. j Residence in the- country- is no longer ' , J 1 a reason for not having a Savings J j , Bank account. ' ' - j f ? Our Branches and Agencies are; at .your ' ' f ( service, and if you are: not- within reach . j j of any of them : you can nevertheless j | transact Savings *Bankv.business ,with^ | J out' trouble or expense through our I | : Free Postal-i System. . ? ' j Further information from any oj 'our ) . offices. ' -f ) ' Branches: MOONAH : Manager, A. J. Williams. NEW NORFOLK: Manager, W. K. Findlay. NORTH HOBART: Manager, E. J. Howell , QUEENSTOWN : Manager, F. It. Morgan. WYNYARD : Manager, R. E. D. Groom. THE HOBART JSAVING^S BANK Established 1845 Head Office :- 26 Murray Street, Hobart j - . ' i ! NELSON FOSTER'S j i Tasmania's Largest C and Most Modern 1 Wholesale, Ketail, 1 Shipping & Contracting...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

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"Perfect Holiday." 11,000 MILES' CAR TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

'Perfect Holiday.' 11,000 MILES' CAR TOUR. , With buffalo ' horns and crocodile skins displayed on their car as ?trophies of their, own hunting, three - young motorists, Messrs P. Maloney, H. Boyer.'and1 E. H! Bennett, re turned to Melbourne during the week after an 11,000 miles' holiday tour ai ound Australia. ,'..i ne tour : was Deguir in -iuue, auu the s first . stage travelled was to Townsville by, way of the coast route through Sydney and Brisbane. They found the roads through Queensland very bad; in- fact, beyond a radius of seven , miles round Brisbane they, .?were little \ more than-, tracks, with' great holes where trees had been up rooted. 'They. experienced- difficulty, too, - in crossing the creeks, and. were held up for- ten days by an unsea sonable storm. SPORTSMAN'S PARADISE. Continuing, their ? journey west ward; they- shot their- first' crocodile1 near' Normanton on the Gulf, but during their fortnight in Darwin shot many -more, and- ' were', also^ ^suc- cessful in ...

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Around the Shops BRIGHT XMAS DISPLAY AT BROWNELLS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

Around the Shops BRIGHT XMAS DISPLAY AT BROWNELLS. (By PHOEBE.) As I was. wandering round Brown ells and admiring their Xmas display the first department I went to was the well' .known toy department. This is situated' on the second1 floor, and there is a wonderful array of all that a child could want for Christmas. There were some ? fascinating teddy bears, very large ones and quite small ones, xne prices ranged- trom 3s 3d to about 10s 6d. There were also all sorts of furry animals, in cluding some very realistic rabbits.1 All the wants of a child' on the beach — spades, buckets, and rubber ani mals, were there in plenty, and, for the boys, some beautiful model yachts, large ones at 27s 6d, with white sails and all sailing equipment, and smaller ones down to Is 3d.^ One child I saw there was very*' ! in terested in the scooters, of- which there were a great number, priced at lis 6d, and painted' bright reds and blues, s Of course there were lots and: lots of dolls, celluloid, rag,...

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THE RUNAWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

THE RUNAWAYS. - ' (Bv 'ROSEBUD.) ' ' One day Peter and Polly went out into the: garden, and when they came to the bird bath Peter said, 'I can jump over that.' Polly' said, 'So can I.' 'You can't, you're only a girl,' said Peter; 'watch me,' and -with a run he was over. 'I can jump it,' said Polly, and sne took a run and a jump, but alas, - : with a splash she landed in ? the - middle of the bird bath; the wettiest little 'girl: you ever saw. . : . Well, as you can guess, nurse was very angry indeed, and they were sent to bed in- disgrace v 'Everything happens to us,' said poor Polly, tearfully. . ? :? ????? -. ; -'Nobody loves us,' - said;.. Peter; 'let's mn away.' ;. 'Where shall be, run to?' said ?Polly, drying her eyes. ; ? 'We'll go to' London' - arid . find / Jack,': said Peter ;??; 'he - likes us, . and ; - doesn't scold, and always gives us. . chocolates.' ; - . ' - 'Yes,',' cried Polly, clapping her, .hands. 'Hurrah,'' cried' Peter, softly. -'i 'Hush nurse is coming,' and b...

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T. J. CANE AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

T. J. CANE AND CO. A feature of the : Christmas dis play at T. J. Cane and Co. is the wonderful anay of china ware, which is always , a pleasing and a very acceptable gift at this time of the year. . There is' also an excel lent display of electrical goods, which an go to make tne housewite s worK lighter. The new shipment of china ware that is being offered at; very low prices, , is1 exclusively English, V and includes some . beautiful . modern production in ivory china. There is a' wonderful assortment of sets,' com plete with cups and' saucers and egg-cups. _That favorite andi high quality Doulton ware is always in demand, and these may be obtained in all the popular decoration's. ? ' 'i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

, QUEER ADVERTISEMENTS. Last, a parcel by a lady tied with red' string. * . . For sale,; a cot for a child in good ; : order. ' 1 /' ' , Lost, a coat by a man with a hole in it. - ? - ? - , Why is T like an island? — Because it is in the middle of water. '^Why is the sea restless?— Because it has rocks in its bed. ', What is worse, than a giraffe with ; a sore throat? — A centipede with corns. * Mi*' Snail: 'Why are you sad, - Mr, Caterpillar?' , Mr Caterpillar:. -'Oh, \you ought to see my boot bill.' ? Green- Card to Alice in Wonderland.

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CHARLES DAVIS LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

CHARLES DAVIS LTD. '''Thc're'is a suitable 'gift for every body at this well-known , hardware store, where many departments are artistically, laid out to the best ad vantage, which makes it very, -easy for one to select a gift for his or her wife, ' mother, father, . sister, or brother. On the ground floor there is ii wonderful array 'of' cutlery,' silver ware, electvo-plated .ware, sta tionery, ladies' wear, and gifts f or the handy man about the home. In the basement is the sports depart ment,; where every pastinie is catered for. Pleasing gifts in. elec trical goods may also be seen on this floor, as well as tricycles, motor cars, and rubber goods for: the beach that will delight every 'child!

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Jokes and Riddles [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

Jokes and Riddles 'A nice ' ale, please.' , 'Pale?' - - 'No, a glass will do.' \ Diner: This is very tough for a spring chicken. ; Waiter : Well, . sir, you know we've had a very tough spring. 'SPRING.' The roses now are blooming,' ? . - And merry children play. For winter time is. over, ?J , And the sun has come to. stay. Green .Caid to Huon Queen.

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XMAS AT O.B.M'S. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

XMAS AT O.B.M'S. In . the Book Arcade there is a great array; of all sorts of books,- any one of which would make a -very, ac ceptable gift. . -'Among the .chil dren's book there are the usual An nuals, and also several new ones, including Mickey Mouse, Tiger Tim; .Chums, etc. There is also a set of books which- will be ,very. popular witji ? boys,; the 'Splendid series, and the stories are written about' inven- tors,- the- Army, Navy and1. Air Force. - ?? .' '? ? ???' . -/ ? In the Elizabeth Street part of the; Arcade there arb Christmas cards and calendars of all shapes and sizes. .One section contained articles in beaten brass. These would make- ideal presents, and included ash trays, perpetual calendars, blot ters, and1 match stands. .Some lovely handbags, : both for day and evening wear,-. were included in ? this section. In the china .section there were some English; cups and saucers at 8/6 to 5/6. . Also some Devon ware, with scraps of advice on. each article. The crystal war...

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QUEEN MARY'S BOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

QUEEN MARY'S BOOK. The ' competition for Queen Mary's Book (which was, last year won by the Lymington South School) was again won by a pupil of that school— Jack Langdon. The subject of the essay was 'Honor.' The winner was awarded one of Arthur Mee's books, valued at 10s, for hirri self. The essay was as follows: — Honor is esteem paid to worth, it is, praise, exaltation and glory. We honor our King, our flag, and our country. We honor all those above us, our parents and those worthy to be honored, and do our duty by them. We honor our heroes and heroines, all our brave men and women; we honor also those who gave up their lives for us. A Boy Scout's honor is to be trusted Put a Scout on his honor, and he can be left and known to be trusted. The reason for this is that to a Boy Scout his honor is sacred; if he - does not keep to it he is not a true Scout. (Continued at foot of next column.) It is not for the sports we try to win the 'battle; it is the honor of. serving our country. ...

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NELSON FOSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

i NELSON FOSTER. Special efforts are being made by. Mr [Nelson, Foster, the well-known butcher at the corner of Liverpool and' Elizabeth Streets, to cater _ for the' many town and country clients through the Christmas shopping rush. Extra staff has been , engaged in order that the usual quick, service will' be maintained Fresh meats of 1 all descriptions are available at this well known depot— beef, veal, lamb and' pork. Corned meats 'are a speciality, and include corned silver side;, ox tongue, legs of corned pork, roll: of corned1 pork, and corned rolls of beef. Clients are advised that Nelson Foster has a large supply of Christmas hams, which have always been a feature of the 'festive sea son.'

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ESSAY COMPETITION. VICTORIA LEAGUE PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

ESSAY COMPETITION. VICTORIA LEAGUE PRIZES. ? The first prize for the essay on 'Prevention of Cruelty, to Animals,' and How I Can Help,' has been won by Joan Trenham, of the Huonville State: School. . _ The competition was under: the auspices of the Victoria' League, and the prize was -donated' (as usual) by Mrs G. C. Nicholas, of Ouse. The essay was as follows:—; ! There are numerous ways we can help to prevent' cruelty to ani mals. First and foremost, it; is the duty of . the parents to tell - .their, children . to - ,- be kind to' their pets'. . Next, we must not be cruel to them, ourselves. If we set a rgood example1 by giving any animals we might have;, charge of food and' water, proper shelters from . the; .weather, and treat them as we would like to be treated ourselves, then others may follow, it. It is of no use telling, others what to do' if we don't do it ourselves. ? - ? ? . Another . way is . to tell others about it, and get them to join in' and do all they'' can to help...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

SIZE-ANY PLACE* That is the Service Offer of Crisp & Gunn Co-Op. Ltd. Headquarters for nil Building Materials. MELVILLE STREET, HOBART Phone 3077

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