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

? ' GROWERS ! Your Overseas Consignment Fr| B-'-' ' ' ' I J. O. SIMS, Borough Marked Ld who has sold our Fruit with so much succe| R: in London for many years will, in future, al&r . supervise our sales in Liverpool, Hull, and -| the Continent. | ? Brand now for 'all United Kingdom ports - No. g . x £ !-:? For the Continent - - - - - - - - No. jjf / Catalogues issued, and Stencils supplied Free on ap J[ — — ' | The Port Huon Fruitgrower! r CO-OP. ASSN! LTD. I , DAVEY ST., HOBART. . Phoij FRUITGROWERS. CONSIGN YOUR FRUIT TO J. & H. GOODWIN i |b»\ FOR BETTER DISTRIBUTION AND 'BETTEE PRl| r ESTABLISHED AT ALL LEADING PORTS IN THE UNl l. -DOM AND THE CONTINENT. | LIBERAL ADVANCES . MADE AGAINST CONSIGNM# APPLES AND PEARS. | I--. - |--.- FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO THEIlf REPRESENTATIVES. | ' E. CHAS. PRATT PTY. I MILLER'S CHAMBERS, MURRAY STREET, HOBg I' 'PHONE 3182. , 1 OVERSEAS FRUIT SHIPMENTS. | GUERRA & Cq 74Q LONDON, LIVERPOOL, HULL, GLASGOW AM . HAMBUR...

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

J. E. MITTY DENTIST, FRANKLIN May be' Consulted daily, ihe fol lowing dates excepted:— . HUONVILLE— Picnic Hotel, every Tuesday, 1.30 'till 5 p.m. 3YGNET — Every Thursday (Old Bank. Chambers), 10.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. DOVER— 'St. Elmo,' March .23, 10 a.m. till 4 p.m. GEEVESTON— 'Hillcrest,' Mar. 16 10 a.m. till 5 p.m. SOUTHPORT— Every sfourth Satur .. day.. Next visit, Saturday, March 24. 'Phone: 3 Franklin. 'theimperial' ALTERATION IN TARIFF. In addition to the usual Table D'Hote Prices, Breakfast and Special Three-Course Luncheons and Dili* ners will be obtainable at 2/- each. ' M.' D. FLEXMORE, Manageress. CLEMES COLLEGE 393 . ARGYLE STREET, HOBART ' THE SCHOOL WITH THE . . PERSONAL TOUCH A HOME SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN OF ALL AGES . 1 Special Technical Course for Country Boys ?

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

— — — _ . LIGHTNING FERTILISERS PRICE LIST FOR 1934 SEASON (Subject to alteration without notice). Price Landed at Destination i £ s. d. High Grade Superphosphate ... ... ... 5 0 0*' - Basic Phosphate ... ... ... ... ... 5 12 6 Nitro Superphosphate ... ... 7 5 0 Super & Ammonia No. 1 (6 & 1) ... ... ... 7 0 0 „ ? „ No. 2 (3 & 1) ... ... ... 8 0 0 No. 3 (2 & 1) ... ... ... 8 12 6 No. 4 (1 & 1) ... ...' f io 0 0 ' No. 1 Bone and Super ... ... ... ... 7 17 6 No. 2 Bone and Super ... * ... ... ... 7 0 0 Market Garden Manure ... ... ...v ' v..' 8 15 0 Complete Manure (A) 6 : 1: 1 ... ... .„ 8 12 6 „ (B) 5:2:1 ... ... ... , 9 12-6 (C)T 4:4:1 ... - ...- ? ... 1 11 0 0 (D) 2:2:1 ... - 1112 6 Orchard Manure - ' ... ... . 7 15 0 Potato Manure ... ,.. ... ... ? ? . - ... 7 15 0 Blood and Bone Manure _ 'V Bone Fertiliser C Prices on Application ? Blood Manure ) ? Ground Phosphate 80% ... ... ... .{. 4 15 0 | Sulphate of Ammonia^ i Nitrate of Soda | y Sulp...

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Dover POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934

Dover POLICE COURT. -.J A Court of General Sessions was hied at Dover/ oh Wednesday, the 14th inst., before Messrs W. Jackson and C. Read, Js.P. . ? B. K. Price proceeded against Es p'erance Christie for the recovery of' £2 4s 8d for petrol, lamp, and fuse., Plaintiff gave particular^ of the dates1 on which the goods were supplied. Defendant claimed that he was not. indebted. The goods had been supplied to the driver of his lorry, ; but who had not' been given ' an! order to procure them from plaintiff^ In reply to plaintiff, defendant admitted that lie had promised to. settle the account, but did not think he was liable for goods supplied' to his lorry driver. Eric Dale deposed that he ob tained the goods claimed for when he was driving Christie's lorry in con nection with the Government, con tract. He informed plaintiff that he had obtained the petrol, etc., and the latter's reply was 'keep . a strict, account of ' the items,' as he (plain-, tiff) was to supply all the petrol for,...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934

THE WEATHER. The Weather -Bureau reports that the weather over Tamania last week was mild to warm and sultry, par ticularly during the latter .part, with little rain. Extremes- of tempera ture during the week at Hobart were 87.9 deg. on the 8th, and 44.1 deg. on the 7th; extremes for other parts of the State were 86 deg. at Swansea on the 9th, and 29 deg. at Moina on the , 7th. Rainfall at southern stations was as follows: — Hamilton, 18 points; Bothwell, 32; New Norfolk, 32; Hobart, 18; Springs; 27; Franklin, 47; Hythe, 59; Cape Bruni, 26. The heaviest fall for. the State was at Lake Mar garet, 123 points.

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Water Supply HUONVILLE-RANELAGH SCHEME. ROCKY CREEK SUPPLY MOST SUITABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934

Water Supply ? ? — ; — HUONVILLE-RANELAGH SCHEME. . ROCKY CREEK SUPPLY MOST SUITABLE. At last Monday's meeting of the Huon Municipal Council, Warden G. C. Frankcomb -reported ;that the rate payers who met to .discuss the :merits 'of the different sctemes .for supply ing water to Huonville arid1 Raiielagh had declared in favor , of Rocky .Creek. The water was /of excellent ^purity, and the supply ample for the Requirements of the area, proposed- to Se ;served for many -years to come. ?The only point at issue was , the-'de- ciddng of the -most, equitable, method of meeting the annual charges. Cr. A. C. Parsons said he under stood the Crabtree residents were definitely opposed to the scheme, as they, did not want the water. . . They ?would therefore vote against, .the scheme if a poll we're taken. 'It was therefore a question, if it . would mot be better to leave them, out of the area, -and so give those .'-who weie anxious to have the water .a better chance of securing an 'af firmativ...

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

| W. H. BEAUCHAMP & CP pty. ltd I 4 129 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 Huon Fruit Growers, please take note! These are hard times, and every penny counts, so why not consign your Fruit to Brisbane's ? most reliable firm. 4$ Clark & Jesser 49 WHO EXERT EVERY EFFORT TO GET THE LAST PENNY. ALL SALES PERSONALLY CONDUCTED. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. A Advice re Prospects can be obtained from our Tasmanian Representatives, Davidson and -Hamilton. Huon 'phone: J. Hamilton, Cradoc 3. Hobart 'phone: R. Davidson, 3915. BRISBANE'S BEST PRICE If Will be secured by sending your Fruit to this oldi well-known M H firm. We have the demand' from all over Queensland and A if Northern New South Wales. We know prices will not be up to || H other years, owing to the good crop o...

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Motor Notes 1934 CHEVROLET TRUCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934

Motor Notes , 1934 CHEVROLET TRUCKS. y . ? i For many , years Chevrolet has been satisfying truck owners with its traditional dependability: there | are more ; than three and one-half ) million Chevrolets on the road to- j day. Of these, 7.0. per ..cent., or I two and one-hair 'million,. -.are over; five years old. j ; Tn the 1934 Chevrolet engine; 'the j discerning truck buyer sees every I feature that will give him depend able, efficient, and economical trans-* port.-' The' Chevrolet truck engine is designe d to; give ^the - combined ad vantages of exceptional pulling power at low speeds, with the ability j tblmairitainYhigh road speeds in top - gear. i The 1934 Chevrolets are available i in two capacities, 30 cwt. in '131- i inch_:wheel base, - and .2: ton, in both i 131-inch -:and 157-inch wheel base. ; Without a doubt the cab; of the new British , Chevrolet ;is ; the /finest of any truck regardless of pi'ice. It-is roomy, . and has. every .fitting for driver comfort, including ...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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IMPROVEMENT IN TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934

IMPROVEMENT IN TASMANIA. The fact that Tasmanian cricket, I generally, is improving can be seen I from the matches recently contested | against Victoria and the Australian ! XI. Thomas, the 18-year-old colt, | was responsible for dismissing . Vic- | tona cneapiy by obtaining the re markable figures of five for 14 off ten overs, with two chances dropped. He was ably- backed u' by Walsh and the wicketkeeper Perry. Against Australia this week; Bad cock, in scoring 105, satisfied his , critics 'that he is- one ' * of Australia's I candidates for Test honors against ! England' when 'they shores ! again. He was admirably supported j by Morrisby 44, Ferrall 47, and ' Thomas 34. In the second innings Badcock was going along nicely when a ball from Wall struck him on the head. This did not appear to hurt him but he was soon out through a weak shot in slips after a' well-made 24. An excellent partnership by. Rothwell and Rushforth prevented; Australia gaining an outright , jvin- . Rothwell to...

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IN QUEST OF THE "ASHES." [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934

IN QUEST OF THE ' ASHES.' At this time when the cream of Australian cricket is m Tas mania while en route to England in quest of the 'Ashes,' our thoughts naturally^ turn to the story of those mythical 'ashes,' with which cricket sentimenlt and romance are so closely associated. It , 1was when Australia w cm their first Test match in England, this being W at the Oval, in 1882. Our side had won Test matches in Australia before this time, the wins being: at Melbourne in 1876-7 anid1 1878-9. arid the two Tests at Sydney in 1881-2. The match in England proved seasational, Australia narrowly winning by seven runs. The Englishmen- were, of course, very jealous of their cricket ..reputation, ^ and a leading sporting newspaper, in a commentary on the match, inserted an 'In Memoriam' notice, which read as follows:— In Affectionate Remembrance ? .. .' of , ? . English Cricket, - ' * ' ~ 'Which diedi at the Oval ? ? on' . . v , 29th August, 1882. i , Deeply Famented'by a large circle of sorrow...

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

Men's Wear PRICED FOR HASTY CLEARANCE AT BROWNELLS 4/6 OXFORD PYJAMAS at . . . 2/11 Men's Strong Oxford Pyjamas in light grounds with coloured stripes. Fast colours. S.M., Men's and O.S. sizes. Usual 4/6. Brownell's Sale of 'Sales, 2/11. 4/11 NEW FASHION SHIRTS . . 2/6 Mens Fashion Shirts,, neat Black and Blue stripes on white grounds. Fast colours and guaranteed wear. In 'sizes 14 and 14 J only. Usual' 4/11. - Brownell's Sale of Sales, 2/6. ? 4/6, 4/11 PLAIN COAT SHIRTS . 3/6 Men s Coat Shirts in plain Blue, Fawn and1 Cream, also in stripes. Made from fast colour British Cloth. Sizes 14 to 15*. Usual 4/6 4/11. Brownell's Sale of Sales, 3/6. 4/6 Strong Twist Working Shirts . 2/11 Men's Strong Twist Tweed Working Shirts with collar and pockets. ' Specially made for hard wear. Fast dye. S.M., Men's and O.S. sizes. . Usual 4/6. Brownell's Sale of 'Sales, 2/11. 3/6 'Cellular' Shirts or Pants . . 1/11 Men's 'Cottella' Brand Cellular Shirts' or Knickers. Cool and1 light for present wear. ...

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

'ATTENTION, TASMANIAN FRUITGROWERS. For Prompt Returns at Highest -Market i^Rates, consign' to -? J. W. BRYANT 210 GORDON MILNE, Proprietor. ''210 i ' J Licensed Farm Produce Agent, Member of the Selected Agents Committee. 5 / . Bankers: Bank of N.S.W., Sydney. EVERY SEASON BRINGS NEW- PROBLEMS TO THE FRUITGROWER EXCEPT IN THE -MATTER OF SELECTING HIS AGENT. HERBERT WILSON , ;Solves this problem season after season for scores of satisfied growers. ?! If you are not already in the band, ' join up at once. , '' 131 CITY FRUIT MARKETS, SYDNEY. 131 APPLES! APPLES! m. C. L O C K ART : LICENSED - FARM PRODUCE AGENT, -l»:-prepared to sell your Apples on the- ^Sydneyf Market at befet market rates and give you prompt returns. J-Byt marking -your Cases '238 you will be sure of having done the right thing. ' H. C. LOCKART, Fruit Merchant, - City - Fruit Market, Sydney GUARANTEED ? BY FIDELITY ; -BOND ' OF £1000. ' , A. MASON CO. THE DEPENDABLE FIRM. ^LICENSED FARM PRODUCE AGENTS. :FKtHT EXCHAN...

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Correspondence. APPLE TRADE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934

Correspondence. APPLE TRADE. : To the Editor. ? Sir,-— Each successive apple export season we read that the get-up of our fruit is an improvement upon that of. the previous season. In stead of this process being followed by 'a little better each year,' would it not' be better to have an inter change of inspectors between States for, say, a month and on their return enforce any improvement noted to ensure reaching the highest stand ard possible, not only in the fruit, but in its presentation ' to the whole sale buyer? — Yours, etc., EFFICIENCY. -

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GAS PREVENTION OF FRUIT [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934

GAS PREVENTION OF FRUIT) - A further experiment in the pre servation of fruit by the use of com bustion gas was commenced- in Syd ney last month. Valencia oranges, apples, peaches, and black Muscat ? grapes have each been placed in sep arate chambers, and under tempera ture control1 will be subjected to con tinuous infusions ot combustion gas. Following upon the lines recom mended by The Low Temperature Research Station at Cambridge Uni versity, it is hoped that combustion gas will have the same successful re sults achieved' at Cambridge. It has been difficult, at this late stage of the . ? season, to secure Valencia oranges of export quality, but the results may have an important bear ing -upon the transport methods em ployed in the future export of this fruit.

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RESTRICTED VARIETIES AND SIZES. CONDITIONS DECLARED TO BE HARSH. RELIEF FOR THIS SEASON TO BE BOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934

RESTRICTED VARIETIES AND . SIZES CONDITIONS DECLARED TO BE HARSH. v RELIEF FOR THIS SEASON TO BE BOUGHT. . Cr. Ryan said the conditions . in some Huon orchards this year were appalling owiiyj to the dry weather that had prevailed. It was very doubtful if growers would, under the circumstances, ' be able to _ ship overseas the quantities of fruit- they. had booked' 'up, for ' apparently the A. and' P. 'Council had1 made-up their minds not to make any alteration to their,' ^-proclamation with regard to easing the conditions relating to the size of the1 fruit; This would mean that '2 1-8. inch -Scarlets and Sturm ers would be prohibited from export. This was another decision on the part of the council that was difficult to .understand, for it was -recognised that, there was a good sale for 2 1-8 inch ? Stunner's in.-London.. ; . In fact, he had seen' account sales in which this size; returned more than 2 3-8 inch of the same variety, t - ? ' Thous ands of cases of., apples would be de ...

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Apple Export THE ELIMINATED VARIETIES. PROTEST BY HUON COUNCIL. GROWERS TO HOLD INDIGNATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934

Apple Export .THE ELIMINATED VARIETIES. PROTEST BY HUON COUNCIL. GROWERS . TO HOLD INDIGNA TION MEETING. At last Monday's meeting of' the Huon Municipal Council, Cr. H. .G. Hay said that at the request of the executive of the Franklin branch of the Agricultural Bureau, he - desired to enter, a protest against the action! of the Apple and Pear Export Coun cil in eliminating certain varieties : of apples from export to the overseas markets. The reason- advanced for, taking this action was that too many' varieties of doubtful quality we're being exported at present, and that by keeping them off the market the value of other' Australian apples would be materially improved. The method by which the process of elimination was arrived at, however, was most unf air*to /Tasmania, as this State was prevented, from shipping certain varieties and sizes which the othier States were not growing, on only to a limited extent. It is ad mitted that too many .apples are now grown to make returns profit...

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

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Huon Council MARCH MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934

Huon Council MARCH MEETING. . The monthly meeting of the Huon Municipal Council was held at the council .. chambers, Huonville, on Monday last. Present: Warden G... C. Frankcomb, Crs. A. C. Parsons, D. E. Ryan, W. Jackson, J. Cordwell, v. j. Skinner, J. K. Roberts, Jti. G. Hay, C. White, J. S. Griggs, J. Upchurch, and G. Russell, the council clerk (Mr C. V. Davey), and Inspec tor- D. Stubbings. Cr. Ryan announced' that the Franklin Fire ' Brigade had been . gazetted- as follows: — Crs. H. G. Hay and C. White- (council representa tives), Cr. D. E. Ryan (Government representative), Messrs A. G. Rich ardson and W. R. Yeates (insurance companies' -representatives.) The Public Works Department no tified* that the New Norfolk Council had not yet forwarded its contribu tion of £15 towards the cost of the Lachlan to Huon track. — Decided .to notify the New Norfolk Council- that their omission was holding up the i completion of the work. The Warden said that practically the whole of the mone...

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Queensland Market REPORT FOR FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 March 1934

Queensland Market REPORT FOR FEBRUARY. With the' object .of giving ' Tas manian apple , growers a knowledge of the conditions prevailing at the Brisbane fruit markets, our represen tative obtained- the following report for February from -.Messrs Hedley 'Geeves1 Pty. Ltd.— , 'As the Starithorpe stone fruit was largely affected with fruit fly, - and the same also applied to apples, the market was somewhat affected by. this, as country order men were loath to operate .on lines for long distances on account of the fear of the fruit ar riving at its destination in bad con dition. We might say that through out the month the stone fruit has been arriving in unsatisfactory con dition, and this applies to stone fruit, which has been arriving during the period from New South Wales. In most cases fungus is showing in plums upon, arrival. Towards the middle of the month stone fruit values improved, and peaches rea lised- 5/ per half bushel, arid Angelina plums -went to 8/,_ and Pon's Seed lings...

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

|; For Reliability, ^Promptness, and Highest Price, send' your Fruit to HEDLEY GEEVES LTD. HEDLEY GEEVES, Managing Director. ? - ' TURBQT. STREET^ BRISBANE. ; . O; . Largest Importer, and -Distritutor -in Queensland for - ,;i M ; t Australian Growers. ? '. -V. r \ ;.';r ? i. r . ^ ' ; CABLE AND TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS: 'APPLES, BRISBANE.' ! All Sales under Personial Supervision. Tasmanian Representative: E. R. COTTIER PTY. LTD. ? Temple Place, Macquarie Street, Hobart. FRUIT FOR THE QUEENSLAND MARKET! - . For Better Prices, Reliability, Prompt Returns and Advice, ? Consign your Fruit to ... i ? McCOWAN & HAMMOND Fruit . Exchange, Turbot Street, BRISBANE. SHIPPING NO., .^4- 1 Cable and Telegraphic Address: -. . ' CITRUS.' TRIAL. CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED ; Tasmanian Representative: J. D. MINNS & SON, LUTANAi HOBART, who will supply,- 'on application, Stencils and Advice Notes. Bank, Reference: THE (COMMERCIAL BANKING CO., of SYDNEY. QUEENSLAND! THE PLACE TO SELL APPLES; AND ...

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