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THE PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934

THE PRINCE. Fifteen thousand miles or more to film a motion picture. ' That is the record 'location trip' established hy Universal's expedition into Arctic Greenland to film the magnificent drama of the North, 'S. 0. S. Ice berg,' which opens next Saturday at the Prince of Wales Theatre. Start ing from Hollywood, where Dr. Ar nold Franck, noted outdoor picture producer, and head of the expedi tion, conferred with Carl Laemmle, the expedition gathered strength in numbers in Berlin and finally sailed ifiom Hamburg aboard the s.s. Boro dino, with 38 members aboard. From Hamburg to Denmark, and then on to the little known icebound con tinent, the expedition completed its unprecedented lengthy trek to se cure the spectacular background for' the outdoor drama. 'S. 0. S. Ice berg' includes in its thrilling reels many beauties and spectacles of the little known lands, which have never been captured by the microphones or the cameras before, it is said. These include the exploding of an icebe...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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STARVING STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934

STARVING STOCK. Cr. G. Russell drew attention at the meeting of the Huon Council on Monday last to the need for. making arrangements for the feeding of stock belonging to settlers whose pastures had recently been' de stroyed by bush fires. He said it was impossible tor the stock to be moved to the Midlands, as sug gested, owing to the distance from the Huon, and the consequent cost . of travelling. 'Warden Frankcomb said he intended asking the Chief Secre tary to make arrangements for a supply of chaff being made available for those farmers who were unable'to get fodder for their cattle* owing to the fires. 1 '

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Judbury APPLE CROP. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934

Judbury APPLE CROP. Apple picking is in full swing, and despite the lack of rain, crops are very good. Size and cleanliness are as good, if not better, than last' year. BUSH FIRES. The bush fire ravages have ceased and the surrounding country shows the remarkable fierceness of the heat: Much good has been done in clearing new land, and except for fences burnt in the settled area, little damage was done. i .On the Denison and Russell Rivers much damage was done, including the destruction of sawmills and vir gin forest. The Forestry Department has shown forethought in stationing here Ma* A. Eccles as fire warden, and it is owing to his unceasing vigilance that numerous small fires have not de veloped into serious ones. Also, he has been a reminder to those whom the lighting of bush fires does not seem a serious business.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934

ORCHARDISTS' SUPPLIES Where complete stocks of Orchardists' requirements are always on hand. I ml ^ D KNIVES 8 ? BRADES SPECIAL, 10in., 8/6; 12in., 9/6. WHITEHOUSE ENGLISH, lOin., 4/6; 12in., 5/6; 14in., 6/6. Case Hatchets BRADES SPECIAL, 6/3. BRADES No. 1, 5/ KEEN KUTTER, 9/6, 10/ APPLE PICKING BAGS ' THE BAY VIEW ' 12/6 each Stencil Ink BOWMAN'S ENGLISH or LIZARD BRAND Black, 1/-; Red, 1/6; I Blue, 1/9. B Stencil Brushes, 1/- 1/3, I I Leather Aprons, 2/3. B ADHESIVE PASTE j lib., 21b. Packets; 71b. Bags 8 DAIRYMEN! GET YOUR BUTTER WRAPS PRINTED AT THE 'HUON TIMES' OFFICE. 51b. Size — 250, 5/6; 500, 8/6; 1000, 12/6; 2000, 20/; 5000, 42/6. lib. Size— 250, 6/6; 500, .10/; 1000, 14/; 2000, 23/; 5000, 50/. Freight or Postage Extra.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934

ANY JOB—ANY SIZE-ANY PLACE That is the Service Offer, of ? ' Crisp & Gunn Co-Op. Ltd. Headquarters for all Building Materials. MELVILLE STREET, HOBARf Phone 3077

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934

?mm 111 ? iiiii 1 1 ii i in mi ii 1 1 ii i mniin— mm iiiiwi— ibini i mi ? ? ? i i i mw n ? i'bih—iw iiwii 11 irii ?? The IMPOSSIBLE has come to the Screen, 'S.O.S. ICEBERG' In a starkly realistic drama of daring and adventure and of self sacrificing love. Richard Dix and Elizabeth Allen in ' No Marriage Tics ' SPECIAL CHILDREN'S SESSION - Saturday; morning at 10.30 a specially selected programme for children: f ' NEXT SATURDAY 'A LADY FOR A DAY' with May Robson, Warren William, Guy Kibbee, Glenda Farrell, Ned Sparks, Walter Connolly. ; . .COMING— 'LITTLE WOMEN' THESE LAST FEW YEARS These last few years have, in a marked or lesser degree, proved to all the wisdom of making some provision for the future. All of us have experienced the unexpected financial calls of everyday life, and, while it is impossible to gauge accurately the needs of the future, it is possible to provide for them. I' A Savings Account costs nothing to open- and can be opened nearly anywhere in Australia. With it ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934

gheMiet /{$! |p In Engine, Chassis and Body -/. every Modern Feature is found ??hfc In every respect, by every standard of comparison, you , 1 f[Zj| wilT find that the features of the new British Chevrolet Truck stamp it as the unbeatable value for 1934. See Motors Pty.- Ltd. without delay. , The sooner you put a Chevrolet to work for you the sooner will your -: v transport show results in greater dependability, speed and economy. Speed mp Transport \ . . . Speed up Profits : ; m th a British-Built ^ CHEVROLET TRUCK Distributors : Motors Pty. Ltd. 113-115 Macquarie Street, Hobart . ? ' ? AT 084 M ? ? '... . s ? ^ — a— e— —w »—? amiBiwn n n »a.n««caag— — y^g—a— n Good News for Fruitgrowers! I The Famous CUTLER Grader I Recognised as the Most Efficient Machine of its kind in \ 1 the principal fruitgrowing countries of the World, is now I MADE IN AUSTRALIA I Growers intending to place an order for this machine are urged to do so immediately, to facilitate deliveries, which will be made...

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MAGRA AGRICULTURAL BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934

MAGRA AGRICULTURAL BUREAU. The Magra branch of the Agricul tural Bureau held its monthly meet- I ing on Thursday last. After ' the routine business, including arrange ments for a veterinary lecture at their, next meeting, those present re solved themselves into a public meet ing to welcome and to hear visitors irom Ularemont speak on the Doug las Social Credit system. The Chairman (Cr. S. H. Shone) introduced Mr Davis, of the Clare mont branch of the Douglas Credit Association. Mr .Davis said that in the world to-day there was the paradox of poverty amidst plenty, the poverty not being occasioned by any shortage of supplies, for pro duction was not being fully drawn upon. Why should the economic system break down now, that has preyailed for so long? The answer is that it has served its purpose; it has filled its place in the progress of the world. ' England and English capital have developed new coun tries and new industries throughout the world. These are now com peting in industry...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934

CLARK BROS. (William J. Clark) FUNERAL UNDERTAKERS 17 Argyle Street, Hobart For th6 convenience of our many Town and Country Clients we reside on the premises, consequently 'phone messages and telegrams receive immediate attention night and day. Telephone 6177.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934

WHILE IN TOWN FOR THE CRICKET i CALL AND SEE YOUR OLD FRIEND | TOM McHUGO I (Back from 'the Mainland) | AT THE. ' | HOBART HOTEL He will be pleased to see old and new friends. | We lead, others follow, in our Hygienic Methods of Counter I Lunch. Each person served separately. I See the happy faces of satisfied customers. % 4 ' BIG CRICKET ? — BIG CRICKET Australian XI v. Tasmania T.C.A. Ground HOBART T.C.A. Ground TO-DAY, FRI. & SAT., MARCH 15, 16 A 17 ADMTSSTOfJ f Ground- 1/- plus tax, Id.) omr typum f Ground 6d. ADMISSION (Reserve 2/. plus tax- 4d-). CHILDREN (Reserve i;. pll?8 tax- ld- 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. [?JiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiniiiuiiiiiiiiittiiiiittiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiitiliiiitiliitiiiiiiiiiimiQ | NEW MODELS OF The Unapproachable lINdnMfy ...

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BUSH FIRE RELIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934

. BUSH FIRE RELIEF. . The committee of ladies that or ganised' relief measures to assist two families that lost their homes, at Franklin during the recent .bush fires, collected £27 16s 8d. .The money is being spent to good ? adi vantage by the committee, and the beneficiaries are deeply grateful to those - who ' rendered this assistance in their time of need. There are still a few' promised donations not yet paid in, and' the committee would appreciate receipt of these, as there is still need of assistance being ren dered. Mrs R. P. Barnett is secre tary of the committee. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934

ENGAGEMENT AND WEDDNG RINGS. When purchased at RUNDLE'S (Hobart's most Satisfactory Jewel lers, 77'D Elizabeth Str.eet.) Bring happiness in the knowledge that- the utmost value has been re ceived for the money spent, and your married life starts with wisdom and economy that the hard times of to-day demand. CLEMENTS & MARSHALL V ^ PTY. LTD. Strongly recommend growers, who are shipping good quality, well packed apples and pears to Brisbane, to consign to A. S. BARR No. 19 from whom they ' will get Best Results and Reliable information. , . Stencils and Advice Notes from Mr. Keith Fraser, Phone, Huonville 44; or Hobart Office. i ?; ? . GRAY BROS. Motor Freight Service DAILY SERVICE TO HOBART FROM PRINCIPAL . HUON TOWNS. Prompt and Safe Carriage of Fruit. Freight: from Huonville, Ranelagh, Lucaston, and Grove to Hobart wharf, 4d. per case.. Phones: Huonville 73 and Hobart 4898 (AH hours). R. L. DITCH AM ? GENERAL ENGINEERING WORKS. ' 54 'COLLINS STREET ? ? ? HOBART. / ________ S...

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Coming Events [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934

Coming Events March 17 — -School Sports and Fair, Lucaston. . Commencing 1.30 p.m. ? Official opening of new school . room. ' --vV. v' March 17— Euchre' Tournament and Dance, Ranelagh Memorial Hall. March 19 — Card Evening and v Dance, ? Franklin Town Hall. March- 24— Cricket Club Ball, Sand ford. Joyspreaders Orchestra. Ad mission 2s. 'April 2 (Easter Monday) — Dance, : Franklin Town. Hall. Cygnet Joy ,-'spreaders' Orchestra. , ? THE Huon & Derwent Times ? THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1934. ' ? ? ? ? . ? -. 1

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Australian XI. THE MATCH AT HOBART. TASMANIA BATTING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934

Australian XI. THE MATCH AT HOBART. TASMANIA BATTING. I Th6 : niatch commenced in threat ening southerly weather, a little rairi having fallen earlier injthe morning. The wicket, 'however, was in excel lent condition, and the outfield fairly' fast. -- The Australian team was the same as played in Launceston, with the ex ception that Grimmett stood down for Ebeling, O'Reilly being/ the 12th man; D. C. Green won the toss for Tasmania, and sent Badcock and Morrisby in to open. .Wall opened to Badcock, and leg-Jbiye '? coming from the first ball. From. the second ball . Morrisby received a nasty blow which held up the play for a few moments.' The Australian fielding was! keen and well placed, which made run-getting very hard. Ebe ling, Australia's other fast bowler, opened from the opposite end, and' the majority of the balls were kick ing high over the batsmen's, heads. After Ebeling had bowled four overs for seven runs, he was relieved by Fleetwood-Smith with the score at 24. Darling ...

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Dover EXCURSION TO ADAMSON'S PEAK. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934

Dover EXCURSION TO ADAMSON'S PEAK. On Saturday last a' party number ing 67 persons, including a number of school children, organised by the head1 teachers of the Dover and Raminea State Schools (Messrs E. T. Cripps and- E.s J. Cannell), and accompaniea oy scoutmaster xtev. o. F. L. dougher, and a number of Scouts, journeyed to one of Southern Tasmania's most beautiful scenic at tractions, Adamson's Peak. Unfortunately the- weather was. not all that one . could desire for .a jour ney of that kind, being very -misty and at times threatening to rain, but despite ./that fact, and the loss of a heel or two, and the unfortunate Scoutmaster missing his cup of billy tea, everybody reached their ob jective, the Peak, and declared that they all had a thoroughly good time. ?'The -journey ti-om Dover com menced by lorry at 6 a.m., and con nected --with the Raminea contingent at1 the tram-line at *6.30, whence' the journey -proper was commenced. Magnificent stretches of the Esper ance''River, li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934

Direct Shipments FROM Huon Ports. FOR SYDNEY AND NEWCASTLE. S.S. Talune, Thursday, March 29. Cargo received at Port Cygnet and Port Huon until 5 p.m. Wednesday,/ March 28th. FOR -BRISBANE. S.S. Ngatoro, Tuesday, March 20. Cargo received, at Port Cygnet and at Port Huon until 5 p.m. Monday, March. 19th. . UNION STEAM SHIP CO. LTD.. ' Agents. NOTICE TO FRUITGROWERS. GROWERS- AND . SHIPPERS ARE HEREBY ADVISED TH*AT FRUIT , FOR THE S.S. CORINALDO WILL BE REQUIRED TO BE DELIVERED AS FOLLOWS: AT PORT HUON WHARF: MARCH 24th AT HOBART WHARF: ? MARCH 28th W. D. Peacock & Co. PTY. LTD., AGENTS. S.S. HURUNUI FRUITGROWER'S AND SHIPPERS ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT ALL FRUIT FOR THE HURUNUI MUST BE DELIVERED AT THE LOADING BERTH, OCEAN PIER, HOBART, BY SATURDAY, MARCH 24th ? . j H. Jones and Co. PTY. LTD., AGENTS. 'THE BANK HOLIDAYS ACT, 1919.' SATURDAY, 17th March, 1934, has been appointed1 a Bank Holi day at Cygnet, in connection with the St. Patrick's Day Annual Sports. CLAUDE JAMES, Chie...

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Correspondence TARIFFS AND QUOTAS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934

Correspondence TARIFFS AND QUOTAS. / To the Editor. ' -Sir, — -''Wihen I was in New Zea land the farmers told me that / they had 1,500,000 cows,' said Mr Thos.. Baxter, chairman of the British Milk Marketing Board. 'I reminded them, that there -were 3,500,000 cows in Great Britain. They had not rea lised that our home dairying industry was. so great. Those who recently have been asserting that our falling off in , markets abroad is due to our .tariff policy, -would be -well advised to read Mr -Baxter's speech, which appears in the January issue of 'The United Empire,' published in London. , On. the, question of a butter quota, Mr^ Baxter stated that the New Zea land farmers had a strong belief that it was merely one of a monetary policy or tariffs. There was a feel ing that if the New Zealand Govern ment would give free entry to all British manufactures, and did not interfere with the currency, the mat ter of a quota would never have arisen. M.n Baxter then added: 'I ?assured the Ne...

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CHURCH NOTICES. FRANKLIN— [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934

/ CHURCH NOTICES. f FRANKLIN— Church of England — Passion Sun day. Mountain River, 8 a.m.; St. James, 11 a.m.; St Peter's, 3 p.m.j St. John's, 7 p.m. Rev. Ian J. B. Macdonald, Rector. , Methodist — Franklin, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. (H.T.) ; Glen Huon, 3; Rev. P. A. Plumb. Castle Forbes, 3 p.m.; Mr V. Griggs. GEEVESTON— Congregational. — Geeveston, 11 and 7 (Church Anniversary); Ship wrights Point, 3 ; Rev. W. M. Gun son, B.A. Cairns Bay, 2.30; Surges Bay, 3.30. Church of England— Geeveston, 11 and 7. Tuesday, Quiet Day M.U., ! 11 and 3. Rev. J. D. S. Daish, Rector. CYGNET — Church of England — Cygnet, 8, 11 and 7; Lymington, 9.30; Gardners Bay, 3.30. Rev. C. C. Robertson. - Catholic. — Masses at Cygnet, 8.30 and- 11. Devotions, %Pelverata, 3 p.m.; Cygnet, 7.30 p.m. * Rev. A. ; Culleii, P.P. . ESPERANCE— 1 Church of England. — Southport, 11; Hastings, 2; Lune River, '4; Dover, 7. Rev. S. F. L. Clougher. Congregational — Dover, 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; Strathblane, 3 p.m.; Luue River, ' 3.30...

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