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BRITISH FILM NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934
BRITISH FILM NEWS. 'Jack Hulbert and his wife, Cicely Courtneidge, have made another fine film for GaumontGainsborough, which, is expected to excel their previous* comedy, ''Falling; For -You.' This is 'Happy Ever' After,' in which i aiso appears tne continental star, Lilian Harvey, who 'has become popu lar of late. :Mis£ 'Harvey is' stairing in another production entitled 'The Only : Girl,' .while. Cecily Cour'neidge is playing the: stellai role: in-'. 'Soldiers of the King,' in which, she ? sings that popular number, 'There's Something about a Soldier.' . . ... Gordon Hacker, famous for his character acting, especially in . such, roles as a. London, cockney, has a part that suits him admirably^ in the Gau mont film, 'Brittaiiia of Billings gate.' Violet Lorraine, a famous English stage star, appears opposite him. . ' Those who remember the sensa tion caused by those, pictures, 'The Mummy,' 'Frankenstein, and 'The Old Dark House,' will no doubt re call the splendid1 characterisatio...
Tennis VISIT OF J. CRAWFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934
Tennis j VISIT OF J. CRAWFORD. Tennis enthusiasts in the South, will be afforded a splendid ' opportu nity of seeing the world's champion player in action when exhibition matches, arranged by the 'Tasmanian Lawn Tennis Association , at the En Tout Cas. 'court, Creek Road, NeSv jluwii, Lu-iiiuixuw cinu oai/uruay Jack Crawford, who has been par ticipating in the South Australian championships at Adelaide, arrived to-day at Launceston, accompanied by -Mr T. S. Nettlefold. The Australian woman champion, Miss -Joan Hartigan, and D. Thomp son, of New South Wales, are also taking part in the exhibition matches. The Tasmanians participating are Mrs E. Bond, A. W. Knight, and S. Gifford. Apart from the main attraction of seeing Crawford in action, much in terest will be centred on the singles match between Miss Hartigan and Mrs Bond, for .the' Tasmanian cham pion always puts up a fine showing in these contests. There is no doubt that the matches will be full of in terest, most instructive an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934
®EES^O4SSaB0B,O4aS8^-O^^8B-()«^^BS»f,x Sh,pyn?j^ TOP PRICES ( F0R Y0UR FRUIT i ft/tap^! HE | COTTIER SERVICE -1 f , Consists of Uld Established, 'X r /Zm Sound, Reliable firms of Fruit . £ jijr Brokers and Salesmen . at all JU Overseas Ports. One Shipping I ^ No. Top Prices. Central 4091 1 J NEW NORFOLK If-- ? Subscribers to the ' Huon & Derwent Times ' May obtain copies from R. NEWTON NEWS AGENT, HIGH STREET, NEW NORFOLK, PRICE: 2d PER COPY. At Noon on Fridays.
FRANKLIN A GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934
FRANKLIN A GRADE. ? The following are the batting and bo\vling averages of members of the Franklin A and B Grade teams in roster matches only: — A 'GRADE. - BATTING. ' - Inn. Rns. H.S. Av. ' B. Watson . .' 7 526 ;115 105.20 N. Johnston. 19 .42 U -96' 47.44 K: Price .. 9 319 99* 39.87 H. Watson .'. 6 68 23* 34.00 W. Fitzpatrick 8 263 122 32.87 C. Bayley . : 2 ? i 63 38 31.50 F. Pepler . . 9 150 36 21.43 W. Darcy . . 9 14'3 45 20.43 A. Plunkett . . 4 67 28 16.75 I. . Short . . . . 5 55 25 11.00 L.' Barry .. . 8 -69 29 9.86 R. Short . . 5 38 11 9.50 * Signifies not' out. BOWLING. ' ' Wkts. Rns. Av. W. A. Fitzpatrick . 27 365 13.52 K. Price . .. . . . . 13 238 18.31 N- Johnston .. ... 33- 679 20.58 A. Plunkett ... .. 2 102 51.00 I. Short. .... . . 1 72 72.00
THE EDITOR'S SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934
THE EDITOR'S SONG. * .i 'If you havei a tale to tell, Boil it down! Write it out and write it /well, ! Being careful 'how you spell; Send the kernel, keep the shell; Boil it down Boil it down! Then, -when all the job is done, J Boil it down! 1 If you want to share our fun, , Know just how a paper's run, j Day by day from sun to sun, Boil it down Boil it down! \ 'When- there's not a word to spare, . Boil it down Boil it down! Heave a sigh and lift a prayer, Stamp your foot and tear your hair, Then begin again with care — Boil it down. Boil it down! When, all done, you send it in, . We'll boil it down. ? Where you end, there we begin; This is our besetting sin, With a scowl or with a grin, ' i We'll boil it down; boil; it down.'
CRICKET. B GRADE PREMIERSHIP FINAL. HUONVILLE JUNS. v. WATTLE GROVE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934
CRICKET. B GRADE PREMIERSHIP FINAL. HUONVILLE JUNS. v. WATT-3 GROVE. ' This match was commenced at Huonville last Saturday, and will be concluded on Saturday next. Huon ville, batting first, compiled 175, thanks mainly to bright batting by B. Robeits (75). R. Kube secured bowling honors for Wattle Grove, with four for 67. Wattle Grove opened badly, two wickets falling for 19, but thereafter R. Kube and T. Direen batted confidently to place their side in a sound position at Stumps with two for 102. An interest ing finish is likely. Scores: — . HUONVILLE. B. Roberts, st. Sturgess, b Kube 75 C. Walton, b C. Norris ? ? 3 B: Jolly, aun out ....... .. 15 V. Billing, c Kube, b Jackson .' 10 D. Walton, run out . . 8 R. Edson, c and b Kube ...... , 1 W. Gough, c. and b Kube . . . .; 20 M. Sheppard, b S. Direen . . .t; / 20 J. Grierson, c and b S. Direen . 4 C. Dowling, not out 0 E. Jolly, c Leitch, b Kube' . r. :. - ' 9 Sundries ? . . . . . . . . . . -10 Total ? ? ? 175 Bowling: C. Norris, 3...
DERWENT VALLEY Social, Sporting, Industrial A. and P. Export Council CONSITUTION EXPLAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934
DERWENT VALLEY Social, Sporting, Industrial (By Special Correspondents) A. and P. Export Council ? ♦ CONSITUTION EXPLAINED. After commending the 'Huon and Derwent Times' articles' published recently on the subjects, 'Tasmania Goes On Paying,' and 'Impossible Fruit Legislation,' Mr H. G. Colom bie, of Melbourne, gave our repre- ] sentative last week the following in- j formation with regard to the Apple and' Pear Council : — 'When the Council was formed in 1930 representatives of growers -and exporters ? assembled in Melbourne from every State of the Common wealth. Tasmania was fully re presented, and the Constitution was partly the work of the Tasmanian representatives. I will say, how ever, that had the Council not deviated from the terms of the Con stitution, apparently with the con currence of Tasmania, there might be .no need for your remarks, be cause this departure is largely re sponsible for the present unsatisfac tory position, and renders revision necessary. 'Under the pres...
Sporting Notes FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934
/ Sporting Notes FOOTBALL. . At a meeting of the committee of the Franklin Football Club last even ing a presentation of a metal wrist let watch band was made to the ex secretary, Mr Allan Richardson, in recognition of his services to the club last season. ~ The chairman (Mr A. D. Tynan) said the work last year was particularly arduous, * and players and isupporters , of the club were grateful to the secretary for the painstaking manner in which he had carried out his duties. In suitably acknowledging the. gift, Mr Richardson said he hoped to be able to give better services to . the team on the field this season, now that he would not have the official duties to- think of. ; , .. Messrs A. D. Tynan and W. T. Miriahan were appointed delegates of the Franklin Club to the Huon As sociation. The Franklin Club will ask for three amendments to the constitu tion of the Huon Association at the next annual meeting: The abolition of the position of independent chair man, the limitation of the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934
HAMBURG FOR PEARS ALL- VARIETIES OF PEARS SELL WELL IN HAMBURG. - Ship to THE I.F. G. : SHIPPING NUMBER 323 T. BOSS -WALKER, PTY., LTD., S 1 05, MACQUARIE STREET, HOBART. ENGLISH SHIPMENTS, 1934. Growers ! Consign Your Fruit to Messrs RIDLEY & HOULDING, | WHO WILL RETURN TOP MARKET PRICES. ? Only one Shipping Number for all United Kingdom and I Continental Ports. SHIPPING 586 NUMBER. A. J. WALSHE & CO. LTD. | 130 Collins St., Hobart. Phone 5544. NOTICE TO FRUITGROWERS FOR 1934 APPLE SEASON Consign your fruit to ' the old and well established firm of Messrs ED. H. LEWIS & SON LTD. This firm is recognised by leading growers as one of the most solid in the United Kingdom, and growers would be well advised to make use of their services for best results. SHIPPING NO. 45Q ALL PORTS - LIBERAL ADVANCES AGAINST CONSIGNMENTS We also recommend consignments to Messrs J. H. LUTTEN & SOHN HAMBURG & BREMEN SHIPPING NO. 598 450 Advances Against Consignments. ...
Licensing Court SITTING AT CYGNET. Meal Permits. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934
Licensing Court SITTING AT CYGNET. Meal Permits. i A- sitting of the Licensing Court was iheld at the Courthouse, Cygnet, yesterday. The Bench was 'occupied by the P.M. (Mr H. B. White), Messrs A. Davis, and E. Norris, Js.P. Inspector Grant represented the police. : Martin Richard Freney, licensee of the Imperial Hotel, applied for a per mit to supply liquor with meals in the dining-room between noon and 2 p.m. and 6 and 8 p.m.' He stated that an orchar'dist and banker went to the hotel regularly for meals about every six weeks, and often on Sun day local residents wanted meals. He aid not expect that many young per sons would want meals. It was pointed out by the Bench that the section was an experimental one, and it entirely depended on the spirit in which licensees treated the permit as to how. long the concession would apply. The permit was granted. . 'Similar 'applications by Thomas Meddemmen, licensee of the Com mercial Hotel at Cygnet', and Stan ley Turnbull, licensee of the ...
PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934
PRODUCE MARKET; - , Messrs . W. T. ~Tfiorpe Pty.- Ltd. sold by auction in their mart last Friday: — - Butter, 10d to 1/1 J.; cream, 6/6 I to 14/ dozen; dripping, '4d lb; black- i berries, 2d' to 3 id lb; eggs, lOd to 1/ dozen; apples, 1/ to 3/6 case; pears, 2/ to 3/ case; raspberries, 6d to 7d lb; tomatoes, 2/6 to 5/3 case; cabbages, 6d to 2/ dozen; beetroot, 1/6 dozen; potatoes, 4/ to 5/6 bag, 2/ to 2/3 case; peas, 2/3 bushel; celery,' 1/1 'bunch; parsnips, 1/9 doz. bunches; swedes, 9d- to 1/6 small bag; carrots, 9d to 1/ small bag; onions, 1/ small bag; marrows, 3/ dozen; pumpkins, 4/6 to 7/ dozen. Live poultry. — Cockerils, 1/3 to 3/9 pair; roosters, 3/3 pair; fowls, 2/6 to 5/3 pair; hens, 2/9 to 4/ pair; turkeys, 9/ to 14/ pair;, geese, 6/ to 7/6 p:iir. Dressed poultry. — -Fowls, 2/9 to 7/ paii-; ducks, 4/6 to 5/3 pair; geese, 7/6 to 8/ pair.
Police Courts CYGNET. Unlicensed Wireless. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934
Police Courts CYGNET. Unlicensed Wireless. In the Cygnet Police Court yes terday, before the P.M. (Mr H. B.' White), Mr McWilliams, of the Post master-General's Department, prose cuting, . William Lawrence Coad, . of Lym ington, pleaded guilty to having used a wireless set on November 9, 1933, which was not licensed, as required by the regulations. Defendant stated that owing', to the bad times 'he could not afford a license fee. He admitted haying used the set for twelve months with out a license, and having paid a de posit of £10 on it. The Magistrate said he considered that the case was a very bad one, and a fine of £4 was imposed, with costs and witness's expenses amount ing to '12s. George Smith, of Nicholls Rivu let, pleaded guilty to a similar of fence, and was fined £2, with 12s costs. ? ? '
Geeveston LENDING LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934
Geeveston LENDING LIBRARY. The ? librarian, Mr , L. K. Geeves, assisted by a selection committee (Mesdames H. Bennett, T. Thomp son, Messrs L. 0. Stubs and J. F. Dickinson) has been at work reno vating the books and re-organising tneir arrangement upon one sneives. Also the sum of £8 has been spent in the purchase of a new supply of up-to-date novels. This purchase was made possible by the surplus sub scriptions supplemented by a special Government subsidy for ? all country libraries. The public library is now a flourishing institution in Geeves ton.. ESPERANCE TENNIS FINAL. At the Liverpool court last Satur day Cairns Bay defeated ?Gane's by, 5 sets to 3 (one unplayed), and the grand final only remains to be played to complete the roster. This will take place next Saturday on the Geeveston court. ' , ROAD REPAIRS. Considerable gratification is being expressed and much benefit- derived from the action, of the Public Works Conimitteey in the irepair work being done upon the main road...
Fashion Forecasts PARISIAN DESIGNS CREATED for paramount Picture STARS PIQUANT PRINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934
i ^pis/iionQof^casts / PARISIAN DESIGNS CREWEDjw / ^Paramount CPichwe STARS m exclusive to 'THE HU°^ times.' (Pitjmnt (Prints ? . ' leodured bif Ida Lufsino ? ctvho appears w the ffimmomil (pichtre . : : * SEARCH fBEAMY' PIQUANT PRINTS. | I White field flowers on a navy blue background is the novel effect ob tained by Ida Lupino, Paramount's new British star, for one of her new summer- frocks. Made of pique voile, the little player of 'Search for Beauty,' adds large pearl buttons for a , new idea. The gown itself is made in one piece, and depends upon the stiffened pique collar, cuffs, and belt for trimming. By the way, the collar is something new, .being cut [ to give the wide shoulder effect, and is also very squared, which is' abso- lutely essential. The sleeves are ilong/and tighti finishing^ with/straight j :cuT¥s, linked by medium-sized pearl ibuttons. Four buttons; are also used if or weight, on the collar, and a buckle of immense-pearl buttons fastens the straight belt. ADVA...
ANZAC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934
ANZAC SPORTS. As the result of a deputation of membei's of ' the Huon sub-branch R.S.S.I.L.A. to the Huon Teachers'1 Association, at which Mr. L. A- Stubs presided, some alterations to the annual Anzac sports held at Franklin were agreed to. The programme for this year's meeting was discussed, and the ages of competitors were al tered to— under 9 years, 11, 13 and 15. It was also decided' to eliminate the hurdles and skipping events, and to substitute two junior teams races (under 11 years) for those events. Instead' of holding the A.I.F. Cup for ex-service men, races will be held for tie children of returned soldiers. It is' anticipated that last year's splen did record1 of 24 competing schools will be sequalled, if not beaten, as there is a prospect of one or two schools in the district between Raminea and Lower Longley taking part in the events for the first time this year, - - -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934
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SCOUT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934
SCOUT NEWS. His Excellency the Governpr, , as Chief Scout for Tasmariiai, has pre sented a cup to be. awarded to the most efficient troops in Tasmania. Already many boys are brushing up their Scout \knowledge in an en deavor to bring this to their troop. In order to give' the Huon branch, an opportunity of deciding which one Shall have the honor of representing this district, a camp is being arranged to; take place either at Easter or in May. iThe following will' be in the programme: — Camping, cooking, dis cipline; ambulance work, pioneering, and jgeneral application. Anyone desiring further information should get in touch :with either Mr N. T. Stilwell, Waterloo, ? or the Rev. Ian J. B. Macdonald, the Rectory, Rane lagh. i
At the Theatres NEW HUON [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934
At the Theatres NEW HUON Romance of the western cattle land and the lure of the desert is brought to .ttie talking screen in 'Sundown Trail,' the RKO Pathe feature, starring Tom Keene, which comes to the New Huon Theatre this Saturday.. 'Sundown Trail' is a rapid fire action story of the open range, in wnicn Keene takes tne part of a cowboy who knows his' riding/ roping, shooting, and love-making technique. The star is supported by an unusually strong cast, which ; includes Marion Shilling, Nick I Stuart, Hooper Atchley, Stanley Bly ' stone, Louise Beavers and others. ;The picture was filmed in the heart j of the picturesque Mojave desert, j and on a big cattle ranch boi'dering I the desert. | William Boyd, in 'Lucky Devil,' , is the associate feature. Leslie j Howard and Norma 'Shearer, in 'Smilin' Through,' and 'Jack's the | Boy,' featuring Jack Hulbert, are two outstanding triumphs to be screened' at the New Huon shortly. j
HUON-HOBART ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934
HUON-HOBART ROAD. j There is now only about a mile and a half of the . road between Geeveston and Hobart without a bitumen surface, and users of the road fully appreciate the ; advantage. It was regretted that when the , road makirig plant was recently at work' between Longley and Grove the Gov ernment was unable, through lack of funds to complete -the job, but at last Monday's meeting of the Huon Muni cipal Council a letter: was received' from the Director of Public Works, stating that the work would be un dertaken when . the next Federal grant was being allocated.