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A.B.C. NATIONAL MILITARY BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 March 1934

A.B.C. NATIONAL MILITARY BAND. The last two concerts of the season of the A.B.C. National Military Band will_ be held in Hobart to-morrow _( Friday) and Saturday nights. The items to be played by this famous Band will be under the conductorship of Capt. H. E. Adkins.

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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Hobson's Bay Case OWNER'S APPEAL DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 March 1934

Hobson's Bay Case OWNER'S APPEAL DISMISSED. Full details are now available of the appeal -by the owners of the Hobson's Bay, heard in the Ad miralty Court in Lonldon last De cember, against the jud-gmient.'-which was given in favor of, Messrs White 'and Son (Hull) Ltd. . ?' White and' :Son (Hull) Ltd., in. a case heard in. the Hull County Court in. 'May, 1933, claimed damages .'aris ing;ic-ut of the ? carriage - of ' ? apples shipped from Melbourne in the Hob son's Bay in . April, 1931, which were found, when discharged at Hull, to be unsound, the damage, it was al leged,.. was caused by faulty re frigeration on the voyage. The judgment -went , against the -, owners of the Hobson's Bay, who appealed against it. Inj the second trial, be fore Mr Justice Bateson and Mr Jus tice Langton, judgment was again given in favor of- White and Son, Ltd. This judgment is of -great interest to all concerned in the apple export trade. The following coiriments by; Col. J. Dalton White are interestin...

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Restrictions STATE ADVISORY BOARD NOT IN FAVOR. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 March 1934

Restrictions | — , — ? i STATE ADVISORY BOARD NOT IN FAVOR. Information has been received by . Colonel A. C. Blacklow, M.H.R., ' from Mr W. Hutchinson,, member of ; the House of Representatives for! Indi (Vic.), who: had been asked to interview the Minister for Commerce ! (Mr F. H. Stewart) relative to re laxing restrictions on certain varie- j ties for export. - Mr Hutchinson says he waited j upon Mr Stewart, and also discussed i the matter with the Secretary for Commerce (Mr Mulvany). Mr Stewart, when informed of the posi tion, pointed out the object of the embargo, but in view of the repre sentations made, got into touch with the secretary of the Apple and Pear Export Council. Mr Hutchinson informed Colonel Blacklow that _ the secretax*y had reported to the Minis ter that he had been in touch by telephone with several members of thfe executive, and they had refused to alter their decision, their chief arguments being that contracts had been entered into with firms in Lon don on t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 March 1934

For Top Market Prices! CONSIGN TO S. M. MACHADO & Co. PRIVATE TREATY SALESMEN - ? ? All United Kingdom and Continental Markets P—PB UNIVERSAL ~7 J O Shipping Number ? - . ? - ? Stencils and, Triplicate Advice Note Books obtainable from R. O. MATHER, Bursary House SOLE TASMANIAN REPRESENTATIVE I | Good News for Fruitgrowers! I | The F amous CUTLER Grader B Recognised as the Most Efficient Machine of its kind in B the principal fruitgrowing countries of the World, is now 8 MADE IN AUSTRALIA Growers intending to place an order for this machine' are urged' to do so immediately, to facilitate deliveries/ which will be made strictly in order of rotation, Prices, Sizes, and Terms on application to the Tasmanian Agents. ' ROBf. NETTLEFOLD PTY. LTD. I HOBART AND LAUNCESTON | C. P. SKINNER, Huonville, Huon Representative, | « ' — I THE HARVEY GRADERS SUPERSEDE ALL PREVIOUS TYPES IN WORKING RANGE AND ADAPTABILITY ^^^^feuesrSfflProurid Grader ever designed for the Orchardist, It include...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 March 1934

/$6wk /; SAY, \ f BISCUlTSl I A SAY j \KHAX? ANY JOB--ANY SIZE-ANY PLACE That is the Service Offer of Crisp & Gunn Co-Op. Ltd. Headquarters for all Building Materials. MELVILLE STREET, HOBART Phone 3077

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 March 1934

tIGHTNINC FERTILISERS PRICE LIST FOR 1934 -SEASON (Subject to alteration without notice). Price Landed at Destination £ s. d. . High. Grade Superphosphate ... ... ... . 5 0 0* u. Basic Phosphate ... ... ... ... 1 5 12 6 - ' Nitro Superphosphate ... , .... v.. ..... 7 5 0 Super & Ammonia No. 1 (6 & 1) .. ... 7 0 0 „ „ No..2J(3;&;l) ... 8 0 0 „ No. 3 (2 & 1) ... ... ? ' ... 8 12 6 ? „ „ No. 4(1-&1) ? ... ..... .... '10,0 0 No. :1 Bone and; Super ... ... ... - * ... .'7,17 6 r No. 2 Bone and Super ... ... ... » ... r 7 0 0 Market Garden Manure .- -v-.'.,;.. -...: 8 15 0 ' Complete Manure (A) 6 : 1 : 1 ... ... ? 8 12 6 (B) 5 : 2 : 1 ... .: ? 9 12 6 (C)- 4:4:1 ... ? i 11 0 0 ^ (D) 2 : 2 : 1 ... ... , . 11 12 6 Orchard Manure ..... ... ... ... . 7 15 0 Potato Manure ... ... ... ... 1 ... 7 15 0 Blood and Bone Manure ? V . . ??;- - Bone Fertiliser [ 'Prices on Application ? Blood Manure ) Ground Phosphate 80% ... ..: ' ... ... 4 15 ' 0 Sulphate of Am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 March 1934

Subscribers are cordially invited to submit items for publication.

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PEST TO POWER Power Spirit from Weed Pest. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 March 1934

PEST TO POWER, Power Spirit from Weed Pest, The production of cheap power spirit, to sell at 5d a gallon, from the water hyacinth, a terrible, weed pest which'- chokes. Bengal water ways, is claimed by Dr. S. K. Sen, a Calcutta scientist. Dr. Sen says that this is his con tribution to the despairing problem what to do with the 'beautiful blue, devil.' He has long been experimenting with his scheme to prove that the water pest is a commercial blessing in disguise, It is. now established that it will soon be possible to collect the Aveed' in central dumps where sphit pro duction plants will bo situated'.: Twenty-four gallons of- fuel can be produced from . one .ton of. weed', the residue' providing valua.l$e chefrifc. ? cal- manures.

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Apples in Tasmania FIRST FRUIT ORCHARD EARLY HISTORY RECALLED. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 March 1934

Apples in Tasmania^ FIRST FRUIT ORCHARD | EARLY HISTORY RECALLED. | (By BASIL W. RAIT) j (Specially written for 'The- JHuonJ and; Dei-went Times.') I FewX p perhaps are , ! aware j that the apple industry in the Huon! dates back ? over; a ; period , of . 146 | years, the first fruit orchard in the district having been -.planted twenty , five years before the coming of white! settlers to the island. j The year 1788 saw the foundation' c-i tne hrst settlement in JNew boutn; Wales, and in the saine year Van i Diemen's Land, as Tasmania, was j then known, was visited by an Eng- ! lish Navigator, Lieutenant Bligh, in ; command of the Bounty, which an- 1 chored off Adventure Bay at Bruny' Island' at 5 o'clock on the morning 1 of August 21st. At sunrise the j anchor was weighed, the ship then; moved into the ? bay and by noon was .safely moored. FIRST FRUIT The Bounty remained at Adven ture Bay until September 3rd, and i Lieut. Bligh in his account of the j expedition states that during hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 March 1934

GRAND DANCE AND EUCHRE TOURNAMENT will be held in the Ranelagh Soldiers' Memorial , Hall on .SATURDAY, MARCH 3rd, 1934. 'Music by Gallop ' and Leggett. In aid of Boys' Scout Fund. ADMISSION, 2s , ' .:M. PRANKCOMB, Hon. Sec. HUONVILLE HALL. THURSDAY, MARCH 8, at 8 p.m. HOBART ORPHEUS CLUE. (Established 1877.) BENEFIT CONCERT For Bush Fire Relief of the District. Male Choir of 50 Voices. PRICES, Is 6d and Is. ALAN LIMB, Hon. Conductor. ESPERANCE MUNICIPALITY. 'RATHING i'n the Kermandie and its Tributaries strictly prohibited. Offenders prosecuted. A. E. DAVIS, Secretary Local Authority. February 24, 1934. ESPERANCE MUNICIPALITY. 'TUESDAY, March 6, . 1934, at 3 | p.m., His Excellency the Gov ernor, accompanied b' Lady Clark, will open the New Municipal Offices, Geeveston. The Public cordially invited. Af ternoon Tea provided. A Municipal Ball will be held at night, under the patronage of the Governor. Music by Cygnet Joyspreaders. Catering by the American Cater ing Company. Tickets: La...

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EXPORTERS' ROLL. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 March 1934

EXPORTERS' ROLL. -The attention of own ere of fruit and other goods is drawn to the fact that for the purpose of having their names placed on the roll, all export entries must be passed by the Marine Board office, Hobart. Entry forms may be obtained from the sec jretary, Mr Eric Hawson.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 March 1934

Daily 10.30 2.15 8 p.m. [?] Reserves Phone Theatre 3868 ASSOCIATE FEATURE: 'THE CROOKED CIRCLE' With BEN LYON — ZASU PITTS — JAMES GLEASON T E N N I S. ? TENNIS. WORLD'S CHAMPION IN ACTION. JACK CRAWFORD JACK CRAWFORD In association with ?D. THOMPSON (N.S.W.) MISS J. HARTIGAN (NiS.W.) JACK CRAWFORD. , JACK CRAWFORRD. Exhibition Matches at En Tout Cat. Court,. New Town, FRIDAY AND - SATURDAY, MARCH 16 AND 17. Prices: 2/6 (reserve), 2/ (unreserved), 1/ Children. 6d Booking fee. Donated to Bush Fire Relief Fund. Box Plan now open at O.B.M.'s. FRIENDLY SERVICE ALL THE TIME ' Some of the time, if not all the time, you must save money, but if you are Mr. Average Citizen you know that all the time is nearer the mark. Whatever your margin on any week's salary, you know that to make provision for the big calls, you have to. save, more or less; all the time.' ,The Commonwealth Savings Bank provides a friendly efficient savings service — all the time. Coirtiosi^eall!) Savings JBankof UuslfMia ...

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Current Topics POSTPONED CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 March 1934

Current Topics POSTPONED CONCERT. Owing to the dance held at Frank lin on behalf of the Fire Relief Fund, the concert which should have been held last night at Castle Forbes has been postponed to Wednesday, 14th. March.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 March 1934

W. H. BEAUCHAMP & C° PTY L™. 129 MACQUARIE ST., HOBART Accredited representatives for Messrs CONNOLLY SHAW Ltd. FRUIT BROKERS LONDON, LIVERPOOL; HULL, MANCHESTER, AVONMOUTH, GLASGOW, HAMBURG — Aug. Stier; ROTTERDAM — Algemeene - '? Vruehten Import Co. Shipping No. 502 for all Ports.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 March 1934

J. H. STORR TAILOR AND COSTUMIER. 77 ELIZABETH ST., HOBART. (opp. Charles Davis). SUITS and COSTUMES to Measure From £5/5/ LATEST STYLES and MATERIALS. PROMPT ATTENTION TO PRESSING AND REPAIRS.

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CONSUMPTION AND GE[?] Its Psychological Effects[?] [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 March 1934

CONSUMPTION AND 'GB®® Its 'Psychological Effects^f^gj . ? feffl Did Robert Louis Stevenson, Keats, Mrs. Browning, D. H. La^':^;| and' other famous authors, ? victims of consumption, recei^%-i|s stimulating powers of genius frf$;J*l&r poisons of tuberculosis? Dr. Pearson, physician to the MuW'^ap Sanatorium, raised this questffc&giift cently when addressing the stitute of Public Health congS^^ Belfast on the psychology of sumptive. Dr. Pearson said that iis^og;-£-v*£ , there was a sort of restlef^a|T produced in certain phases of 'w ary tuberculosis. There was|.:, ^J; - feeling of apprehension lest lif(^: ^ be shortened. Both this ,appre|y..^^ and restlessness might act as lus to production, and particugi^g^ the production of authors, tpur sue their calling withouf ^ bodily exertion. '^The' reactions of well-knowi®£fy^ , to the misfortunes and inconvf^^|. of consumption had probabftr|5^| much exaggerated in the past|'.-, :\'M ally in the case of Robert venson. There w...

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Coming Events [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 March 1934

Coming Events March 3 — Dance, Ranelagh Soldiers' : Memorial Hall, 8 p.m. March 6 — Municipal Ball j Geeveston. March 8 — Orpheus Club Concert, Huonville. March 19 — Card Evening and Dance, Franklin Town Hall. March 24 — Cricket Club Ball, Sand ford. Joyspreaders Orchestra. Ad ' mission 2s. THE HuonMwentTim.es THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1934.

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ANIMALS COMMIT s[?] [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 March 1934

ANIMALS COMMIT S|/^j There are people who ai|-- animals never kill themseVw almost every day we hear ofjL- ?f'-\ dogs that die of starvation ?loss of their master, and thiV-Vj; ? # story of the elephant who skull against the wall of his ]L ; cause his driver had left hi;1;.-;' Vfi Loneliness is one of the oif^^Sji motives of animal despair. markable is tlie case of the|.-'Uv^j whiclv was the inseparable of the famous racing horse - When the horse died the lv'; not move from its body. Chai it disappeared, and was fouf* 'few days later in a nearby f Monkeys suffer greatly v lated from their kind. Mag ? ' male are amazingly faithful-; other. A French naturalist r&. 1j; ' vj case of a couple of marmosfp 2' the female died in captivity|'-_'; sat moaning beside her body? - -v. when he realised what misM^r.;;.'.- \ befallen him, he withdrew'!;.. . rier.' He covered his eye^ r hands and died soon afterwi

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CHURCH NOTICES. CYGNET— [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 March 1934

. CHURCH NOTICES. CYGNET— Catholic. — Cygnet, 8.30 and 11, Mass; 7.30, Devotions. Pelverata, 3, Devotions. Rev. A. Cullen, P.P. Church of England. — -Cygnet; 8, 11 and 7; Lymington, 3. Rev. Gi. C. Robertson. ESPERANCE— Congregational. — Dover, 11. and 8 p.m,; Camden, 3; Strathblane, 7. Rev. R'. A. Pretty, L. Th. Church of England. — Catamaran, 11; Lepiena, 2; Lune River, 4; Dover, 7. Rev. S. F.' L. Clougher. FRANKLIN— Church of England, third1 Sunday in Lent.. — St. Peter's, 9 ; St. James, 11; Mountain River, 3; St. John's, 7.] Rev. Ian J. B. Macdonald. Methodist. — Franklin, - 11; Brae side, 3 ; Glen Huon, 7.30. Rev. F. A. Plumb. Franklin, 7 Mr Solomon. GEEVESTON— Church of England. — Geeveston, 11 and 7; Hospital Bay, 3. Rev. J. D. Daish. ? NEW NORFOLK— Methodist. — New Norfolk, 11, C. Harris; 7, V. W. Shoobridge; Back River, 2.30, V. W. Shoobridge; Bushy Park, 7, H. W. Shoobridge; Uxbridge, 2.30, H. W. Shoobridge. . i

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SETTLED. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 March 1934

SETTLED. A A case involving the ! cow was tried in a county ther plaintiff nor defendanp^^ ally represented. They 1^;'^ , ' themselves with bluntnesl|lf£3$ ' '. great length. At last the the judge saitf'-J^^j 'I'm going now to have and before I come back I r-'- settle your dispute out of ejT ^ ; When the judge returned!' 1 waiting for him. Each M closed, and both were pi| battered. . 'Well, judge,' said the 'we took your advice. Bi I've given him back his co1 Two business men were ^ an. addition to the board 0 f||l|||,] 'He has a handle to his - marked one. „ 1 j_ 'Well,' returned the otl ||p|| ways was a bit of a mug.' |j|||p Hotel ? Visitor (to ' lai j|||||t : u - 'There is no soap in my roj ; towels are dirty.' - Lady Clerk: 'Well, - y |||jj|f§;, tongue in your head, I. sui ||j8g|| ? Visitor: .'Yes, but I'm nc^^^. , Extract from evening shilling was found in a liei^^^^^_ to-day by 'the -?east Extract from the followiife||j||p? 8 ' paper:—. , / /'The Scottish fishing the east coas...

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