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ESPERANCE ASSOCIATION. DOVER v. RAMINEA. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 March 1934

ESPERANCE ASSOCIATION. DOVER v. RAMINEA. The above teams met on Saturday last, Dover winning by 152 runs. Scores: — RAMINEA. J. Standen, b Butterworth .... 15 R. Knight, c Butterworth, b R. Upcher ? ? 0 C. Riseley, c A. Riseley, b R. Upcher ? ...... 7 ,E. Powers, c Butterworth, b R. Upcher ? ? ? ? ? 16 K. Stennings, b R. Upcher . . :0 M. Knight, not out . . . . .... 24 W. Knight, b R. Upcher .. . .. 8 J. Doyle, b R. Upcher ? 16 A S. Riseley, b R. Upcher .... 0 L. Doyle, b R. Upcher ? 0 C. Read, b-L. Balcombe ...... 4 Sundries ? ? ? 24 Total ? ? ..114 Bowling: R. Butterworth, 1 for 24; R. Upcher, 8 for 34; W. Sea brook, none for 26; L. Balcombe, 1 for 4. DOVER. R. Upcher, c E. Powers, b M. Knight ? : . . . 10 R. Butterworth, retired . . . . 157 J. Watts, b M. Knight ...... 6 A. Riseley, c M. Knight, b K. Stennings ? ? 21 L. Balcombe, b R. Knight . . . .' 1 D. Balcombe, b K. Stennings . . 5 W. Rapp, c K. Stennings, b S. Riseley ? ? 11 R. Johnson, not out ? 26 A. Estcourt, b E. Powers ...

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B GRADE. FIRST FINAL. GLEN HUON v. HUONVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 March 1934

B GRADE. FIRST FINAL. GLEN HUON v. HUONVILLE. Thanks to a dashing century by V. Billing, and a useful innings by B. Roberts and R. Edson, Huonville beat Glen Huon to earn the right to meet Wattle Grove for the B Grade pi;e miership. For Glen Huon, Vic. Woolley (72) and B. Woolley batted soundly. Scores:— HUONVILLE. C. Walton, b Watherspoon . . . . 13 B. Jolly, run out ? 6 B. Roberts, b Wotherspoon .. 35 R. Edson, c Woolley, b V. ? Woolley ? ? ? 27 V. Billing, b V. Woolley . . ..105 D. Walton, c Weeding, b V. Woolley .. .. .. .. .. 0 M. Sheppard, c Watson, b V. Woolley ? ? ? ... . 8 J. Grierson, b V. Woolley ... . ... 0 M. Harris, not out .. . . . . . . 7 , B. Fyfe, not' out .. ..... . . ? 5j ?Sundries ? ? 10 Total- .... .... ... 216 Bowling: J. Wotherspoon, 72-2-49; E. Clark, 41-0-43; J. Watson, 400 35; A. Woolley, 48-0-37; V. Woolley, 32-5-36. V | GLEN HUON. . j . B. Woolley, c Billing, b Roberts 45 j E, Clark, b Roberts . . . . .... 9 j V. Woolley, b Sheppard . . . . .72 ' ; R. We...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 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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INSULT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 March 1934

INSULT. A man was driving a big car at a ! fast speed along a wide road. A very ] small car appeared alongside, . as if j trying to pass him. j The driver of. the .big car was j peeved. He wouldn't let a small car:., pass him, even a new one.. He went , faster still— sixty — sixty-five miles an i nour — Dut suu tne smaii car Kepi ue- ; side him. Suddenly tiie driver of; the small car opened his window and shouted: 'Do you know anything about these cars?' ; 'Why?' answered the other driver. 'I can't shift the thing into top gear!' ; , V. . - - Ari1 angry customer, with proofs of his photograph, shouted at tlie'photo grapher: 'Do I look like this picture? , Have l a squint, and do I look like a. s prize-fighter? I ask you, is this a good likeness?'. . :. . The photographer timidly replied, , 'The answer, sir, is in the^negative.' '? ? --????:?. - ) ? Will: 'He stole a car, which over turned 'and pinned him to the ground.' r Bob: 'In other words, he was caught '?/ with the goods on him...

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LIVES SAVED BY ARTIFICIAL BLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 March 1934

LIVES SAVED BY ARTIFICIAL ' ? blood. : 1 An American doctor, John E.' Sum- !??,., mers, of Omaha, lias criused a sensa- ( tion by his experiments with 'artifi-. ^ -- cial blood' injections. i' This doctor had noticed that in. In- j do-China the natives used injections i : . of large quantities of vegetable juices, , | notably a specially treated extract, ii from the shoots of certain lianas. j Dr. Sumners decided that animal ; ' processes could be stimulated with in jections of vegetable substances, and ,;// he began experimenting on several : methods of distilling these extracts in /: pure form and producing them syntlie- ,'/ ? tically. V. A valuable racehorse that was dy- r ing of loss of blood as a result of seri- ;-. * ous injury was given an injection of a substantial portion of the serum, whereupon , it recovered promptly : without losing any of its former quali- ; ties. Most amazing, however, are the - pra!ctical results obtained on humans, j The report mentions the case of t...

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Cricket HUON ASSOCIATION. A GRADE. FRANKLIN d. GLEN HUON. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 March 1934

Cricket HUON ASSOCIATION. A GRADE. FRANKLIN d. GLEN HUON. In the last roster match of the season Franklin defeated Glen Huon by 19 runs and one ^Ticket. Glen Huon, batting first, compiled' 197 runs in two and a quarter hours. D. Helm top-scored with 87, his sco're including nine 4's and a 6. For Franklin, Ben Watson scored 113 not out. His score included nine -4's and a 6. He was ably helped by R. Fulton, who scored 50. The pair added 124 runs for the first wicket. Watson, by scoring a century last Saturday, made his total number of runs for the season slightly over a 1000 runs. This includes all matches that he took part in. Scores: GLEN HUON. D. Helm, c Fulton, b B. Mc Mullen ? 87 C. Woolley, c Fitzpatrick, b B. McMullen . . ...... . . 8 D. Calvert, b Fitzpatrick . . . . 43 L. Shield, not out . . i. ? 25 B. Jacobson, b Fitzpatrick .... 6 A. P. Brown, not out . . . . .4 Sundries ? 24 ' Four wickets for .. ..197 Bowling: W. A. Fitzpatrick, 120 2-51; B. McMullen, 80-2-66; R. Ful ton,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 March 1934

W. H. BEAUCHAMP & CP- P™. ltd. 129 MACQUARIE ST., HOBART Accredited representatives for Messrs CONNOLLY SHAW Ltd. FRUIT BROKERS LONDON, LIVERPOOL, HULL, MANCHESTER, AVONMOUTH, GLASGOW, HAMBURG — Aug. Stier; ROTTERDAM— Algemeene Vruchten Import Co. Shipping No. -502 for all Ports. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 March 1934

STRAND THEATRE THIS SATURDAY mmmmimMMmmmmrnMiri i ^ lorettaYOUmS tuc jp |N ASSOCIATE FEATURE: Edward G. Robinson in. his first great comedy role: ' The Little Giant' This Sat. NEW HUON THEATRE This Sat. J Edna Best and Herbert Marshall 9 'Michael and Mary'! The Sweetest Story Ever'Told flj Also Masie Gay (tha original Mrs 'Arris) in i|gj 'THE OLD MAN' 1 A. Brilliant comedy-drama hy Edgar Wallace. H BIG CRICKET ? BIG CRICKET Australian XI v. Tasmania T.C.A. Ground HOBART T.C.A. Ground THURS., FRI. & SAT., MARCH 15, 16 * 17 ADMISSION f Ground 1/- plus tax, Id.) purr nRF.N f Ground 6d. ADMibblUlN (Reserve 2/. plus tax, 4d.) LH1LUK11IN [Reserve 1/- plus tax, Id. Webster Rometch buses leave G.P.O. at frequent intervals. Luncheon and Afternoon, tea obtainable on the ground. OFFICIAL BALL, in honor of the Australian XI, will be held at CITY HALL next Wednesday. v INSURANCE Workers' Compensation ? — ? ... ' '? - WHAT ALL EMPLOYERS SHOULD KNOW. Government Pplicies uaranteed by the St...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 March 1934

GRAND DANCES -2- BRAESIDE HALL. THURSDAY, MARCH 15 AND 29. Home-made Supper. Mrs Griggs' Orchestra in attendance. . ADMISSION, Is 6d. A. WALKER, Hon. Secretary.

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Correspondence FRUIT RESTRICTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 March 1934

w ' / ; ? . V ?? ? ? Correspondence FRUIT RESTRICTION S. Sir,-— The Apple arid Pear Export Council has come in for much criti cism in determining; ;.f\yhat. varieties of apples, and pears, should be sent to overseas markets, .: and! there seems justification' for it.' Here': and there favorable comirients'ihave been made, and for some'; uttexplainafble reason the State Fruit Advisory 'Board - has decided- 'to make no recommendation .to., modify the- list in. view of .the. ab normal ? season; ' The - restrictions- -this year have ? been most 'detrimental to grower's ;;in ?' Southern ;;Tasmania, .arid much dissatisfaction' c is' felt. The unfairrie&s of ' the ' restrictions is in the fact that some bf the varieties excluded~aire those a. few years ago recommen'ded to be grown by what were then regarded as expert ad visers. / Apples are;.- not. like potatoes .and cabbages, when the'- -class of seed ?may 'be changed, ' -and there is no waiting' 'lor loss:'/' With 'apples ' it .'...

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WHO IS THE MANXMAN? [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 March 1934

r-T-r— -—r- — * — WHO , IS THE MANXMAN? -r It would be interesting to know from what admixture , of blood sprang the . tfiie-borri- Manxman, with tse soft- lilt in his speech that recails Ireland and the turn of phrase that surely sug gests. 'some'Vdistant Scottish forbear. Speaking to a rustic^ in the Isle of Man, you catch again- and again, this With some other race— is it' Irish or Scot, or even some far-distant relative of our own? There is a legend closely associated with ?; Peel Castle. In its atmo sphere' .of religious' superstition the ..legerid recalls , tliose of Irelarid; they tell how a black dog haunts the ; ruin's arid appears at dead of night; the ?iback dog is - surely the .devil in other .Shape.J It haunted the. garrison placed /there by. a vandal, Captain Harrison; and the Manxman will tell you, with a . certain awe in his voice, how one, bolder . than the res.t-by reason of the spirits he had consumed, swore to pa troLtlie ramparts and to spend a night alone in th...

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FAIRY LORE. Hearsay of Pasture and Ploughland. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 March 1934

FAIRY LORE. Hearsay of Pasture and Ploughland. M ' The existence 'of fairies coeval with J|| mortals is a tradition that has persist- Kg ed in every country,' writes Mr. Llew- J|r iellyn Powys, in the ''Spectator.' 'It is as naturally accepted by a tired »? camel driVer crossing a desert as by a |fc ploughman of Cerne Abbas returning to his. cottage with his wheaten satchel ||: over his shoulder. ' ® .'Fairy lore testifies to the al'^pst ». universal suspicion that the borders of- our rude actual world are by no .means as substantial as they appear. For-time out of mind an eldritch qual ity iias been attributed to certain coun try objects and certain country sights, and these have become centres about which such legends gather, just as the . celebrated fairy ring extends its cir- ? cum.ference year by year from its cen tral seed. Toadstools, cuckoo-spittle, foxgloves, ferns, dew, gossamer are the stuff out of which fairy lore natur ally grows. 7.' 'Shakespeare gave to these fancies ...

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SAFETY FIRST. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 March 1934

SAFETY FIRST. Two strangers entered into conver sation in 'the hotel smoking-room. 'Where do you come from?' one asked.' - 'From Lancashire,' was the reply. / -'Lancashire? .By goom, lad, give irie your hand.' - ' '? : V' They shook hands- cordially. ? 'By the. way, what part -of Lanca shire do. you cona^. from?'- ; 'Oh — from Oldham.' ;., . -. '..?'!. ? 'Oldham, indeed;?/ Then, by gosh, give me both' your hands; the last man I met from Oldllam/; ? pinched my, !watch!^ ' ?/?? ;'' ; /' '' . 'I. hear, 'you' had /McPherson staiying :witli:».ypu : for the; week-end. What did yeu do with him on Sa'turday evening? Take'him tb.a njusic-hall?' '''No, 'I didn't care to run the risk. You .see, he . might liave laughed in church on Sunday.' ... 'So you're an actor, ' said the stout man in the corner seat. 'Well, I'm a .banker.- Would .you believe it, I've not been in a theatre for ten years?' 'That's ?. nothing-,' said the other, breezily. 'I haven't been- near a bank ?for twerity years.'- i '...

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FASHION NOTES FRILLS, FASHIONS and FANCIES [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 March 1934

FASHION NOTES FRILLS, FASHIONS and FANCIES Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Service to 'Jiuon Times' Florine McKmney, M-G-M. player in 'Dancing Lady,' wears this plaid sheer wool frock with-a gay silk scarf and felt 'Pincher' hat as a. fetching. ? . street' ensemblfc1. 'The, Pincher' is a versatile new brimmed felt hat that Florine Mc Kinriey, M-G-M starlet, says may be worn with 'everything.' She turns the.vbrim up, down, slanted on one side— pinches, creases or fol.ds. the crown .into a variety of different contours, and - has- a smartly different hat: for every sports, costume, , ' Mary- Carlisle, one of the smartest of M-GtM's yotfnger. .motion picture ; star's, \yas seen at , the first Mayf air Club- party of this season wearing an. exquisite pansy-purple . velvet frock' .with tiny train, most . effective with her blonde curls. A magenta velvet evening wrap, furred , in, kolinsky, .formed a lovely, and unustial color, scheme with this frock. . _ ' . ...There -is great interest in the new co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 March 1934

GROWERS ! Your Overseas' Consignment Fruit. J. O. SIMS, Borough Market, London who has sold our Fruit with so much success : iri London for many years will, in future, also supervise our sales in Liverpool, Hull, and on I r-. - ' the Continent. - ? .- i - v ??,-,... ' ?' \ :? *-. -.?, ' ? *????. a -rV '?'* ?'} ?' ? -*£;? . y ? ' ' f, * '' '* * , ' Brand now..fori all/United.-Kingdom ';ports - No.- 464 F01 the Continent - /— - - - - -» No. ftl Catalogues issued^ and Stencils supplied ( Free on application. 4; ?? *--»?.-- ???--. - 'j.-; - . : ' ?:?.- The Port Huon Fruitg3rowers, r CO-OP. ASSN. LTD.* DAVfcY ST:, HOBART. I. Phone 5031. ? - ? . ... ? . ? ? ? ? ? k '*?' '? — 1 ill »i.^iriyr^7rr7ra;Kgsg^fc^^Aag»fts«g* ,\& - FRUITGROWERS: vv.:- : y ; ? ' V ? CONSIGN YOUR FRUIT TO J. & H. GOODWIN Ltd. FOR PETTER DISTRIBUTION AND BETTER PRICES. i irv'/: -'*? : V . ? — ~~ ? - 1 : - ESTABLISHED' AT; ALL' LEADING . PORTS IN THE UNITED . KING DOM AND THE/CONTINENT. T. ? y-: . LIBE...

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Rev. J. T. Williams Retires FORMER RESIDENT OF HUON. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 March 1934

Rev. J. T. Williams Retires FORMER RESIDENT OF HUON. Old residents of the Huon will . be interestedi to read the follpwing taken from the Brisbane' 'Courier-Mail':— Over 74 years of age, with nearly 47 of them devoted to the 'Christian min ?istery, tihe Rev. J. T. Williams -i. will have -a proud record on which to look back when he retires 'from the Con gregational ministry at the ; en'd!'''bf ?the month.' He is at present ? in charge of. the three churches in the Flinders district, and for the 'past ten -years 'has travelled^ over 1Q0 miles every ? week-end after leaving his home at Morningside to conduct ' the' services. ? ? ... Mr Williams was born - in Mon . mouthshire, England, on Decmeber ?6, 1859. He spent a short time in a preparatory school for ministers, in Cardiff, arid attended the Bristol Theological Institute. ' He came to Australia in May, 1886, and, on- his ? first Sunday in the new- '-land; preached at two Welsh churches 'in Newcastle. He took charge of!. the Congre...

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THEIR FAVOURITE SPORTS. STARS OF THE SCREEN CONFESS ALL. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 March 1934

I THEIR FAVOURITE SPORTS. STARS OF THE SCREEN CON ? :FES^ ALL. ? Iri order : that ihey.: may keep fit . and -f res^ for their motion picture .. duties,' t-hg- stars-, of t*her-scre«fp find ifc ? absolutely.-jirecessary io^follow1-.' .tn'dny kinds of sports^ ; The- all.-^eeing- eye- of the camera unerringly n-ec'ords -any j incipient ,.?igns of nab^Q§s 'f'.r .-v ? -A recent -'poll ta:ken;atjwf 'M-tJ-M ?studios .a'eve'aledffhif^fe^'tftnat whilst almost' 'every, kind: prisp.oyf~is popu lar with some. ;staV ..^r gnbtl^r) tennis and swimpiing are the' most favored, and cricket, not unnaturally, the :rarest. ?; About, -the only, real cricket en thusiast is- G. Aubrey^ Smith, and, this .is u'nd.ersfaridable, for he is an ex inter'national, having been included in an :®ngli^h-i te.arei... teiyisit . 'Australia -way back ..in the '90's or thereabouts. ?Nowadays^ ihe gets his cricket with the Hqilyvjrood Cricket Club, formed of -English' Actors' resident in the film capital. - .Also keen on c...

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THE GAY BANDIT OF THE BORDER Thrilling Romance of the Mexican Border Country. (Published by Special Arrangements.) [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER XXXI. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 March 1934

THE (if BANDIT OF THE BORDER A Thrilling Romance of the Mexican Border Country.: v- ? ? By TOM GILL. '(Published by Special Arrangement.) \ p [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] ' ' CHAPTER XXXL;.v J v\' Mendoza's is a kind '/of -.^padiipuse, isn't* it?' queried Ted. /. V.\ ' ' ^ 'Oh, much more than that! It's- a cabaret, dance haU, gambling hell, and. inn about which the least said the bet ter. It is there you can find the best dressed arid the' most dangerous wo men of the border. It is there; too,' - you 'can find all the plain, and fapcy' gunmen you may ever need. ' Jito -re^ . .cruit's his vaqueros there.- if ypu-want - anyone killed, there are'' a -/dozen men who will be . eager to quote -you 'rates . over at Mendoza's. Human life varies from fifty pesos up. Abduction is inucii more reasonable. Mendoza himself, ? the old rascal, has the best wine and the worst morals in Mexico. He has; deserved killing dozens of timesj but ??', his passing will be a loss to the bor ,der. For Mendoza, be it...

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Water Transport FIRST DIESEL-ELECTRIC TUG. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 March 1934

Water Transport _??--? -? -f-* . - ^/v-. -.?FIRSTt..D|-E-S.Et^j|li^C^^JC^f:T^'&1[.' : . ? :x r **.'? n$rrj.' . Claimed to' represent. the. most im portant development rin; ship building during recent years, . the', first Diesel ?Electric.:.''Tug. has been - ? launched on the 'River 'Thame.sJ - ? The working, conditions of a barge towing tug on the, -Thames are very arduous, and * the 'Electro.' as the tug\is .called, has been specially . de signed for towing- petrol barges twice; daily' over a 96-mile -journey to and from the Shell Company's installa tion on the'Thames. ? ' The economical work of the vessel and its'; -ability ;tor stand, hard knocks, were proved' 'on its first trials,- the fuel corisuniptiori being. 15 gallons per hour^ and the total fuel. cost £12. Fuel is earned in two miain storage tanks,; with a. total capacity , of 16 tons, sufficient for 24 ' hours' normal running.' Re-fuelling can be carried out in a'few: rairiutes, and the, ^elim- ination- ..of-' ^'s...

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The Marvels of Jenolan Caves Attractions of the Blue Mountains [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 March 1934

The Marvels of Jenolan Caves               Attractions of the Blue Mountains       By One Who Was There   Country pressmen from all parts of Australia were the guests of the Gov- ernment of New South Wales at Jeno- lan Caves at the conclusion of the annual conference of the Australian Provincial Press Association, which this year was held in Sydney. The     delegates were accompanied by their wives.     The increasing populartity of the Blue Mountains and Jenolan Caves has necessitated additional train accom- modation and the N.S.W. Government has recently met this want by pro- viding a fine new train service - the Caves Express - and it is appropriate- ly finished off in artistic dark blue tones. The train is splendidly equip- ped and is proving very popular with tourists. During the tour, ...

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