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Shop Locally AN APPEAL TO BUYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933
Shop Locally AN APPEAL TO BUYERS. (By 'COUNTRY TRADER.') i One of the difficulties of countiy storekeepers is the modern tendency for people to go away from home for their purchases. The phrase, 'Distant Fields Look Gieenest,' is more applicable to the country man's (and more especially the country woman's) trading than in any other -community interest. (Ji course, one is aware of the all too ready ? excuse that is usually offered — the ^ city shops give a wider selection. ? There may be some justification for this in a few special lines, but for ? the great bulk of everyday require . ments, just as satisfactory purchases ? jean be obtained from the average country store, as from anywhere ? Seise, and there is the advantage of ? | saving the cost of travelling and the - . Iloss of time. There should be more ; J co-operation, too, between the trader . '* and his customers — a get-together Ispiiit, so that each will understand . 1 the other's point of view, and I thereby arrive at mea...
THE PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933
THE PRINCE. Crammed full of tuneful melo dies, and the best talent that Broad way, Hollywood, and- the radio air waves have to offer, 'Moonlight and Pretzels,' which opens at the Prince of Wales Theatre on Saturday, is one of the most cleverly mounted, fast moving, and refreshing screen musieals made to date.. Roger Pryor, youthful, hero of many Broadway stage hits, as George Dwight, and Mary Brian as Sally Upton, are ideally cast as the young lovers, and Leo . Carrillo and Herbert Rawlinson give two of the best char acter performances in their long and brilliant screen careers. Here is good news for Prince patrons. Slim Summerville and Zasu Pitts, the screen's funniest comedy team, appear in the supporting film entitled 'Her First Mate,' most hilarious of their Universal pictures. As husband' and' wife, they are the centre of a side-splitting tale, which is filled1 with laughable incidents and complications, which will keep you in a continual roar of laughter. Slim cackles with mer...
FLOUR ASSESSMENT ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933
FLOUR ASSESSMENT ACT. I The Federal Deputy Commisioner of Taxation invites attention to the fact that statements under the Flour Tax Assessment Act, 1933, of stocks of flour, etc., must be lodged at his office, Telephone Building, coiner of Harrington and Davey Streets, Ho bart, as early as possible, but not later than 21st December, 1933. The return must show the quantity on hand on the 4th December, 1933, held by all persons (other than mil lers of flour), with the exceptions mentioned on the official form. Forms containing full information are available at the Deputy Commis §;03Qr's office and all Post Offices.
At the Theatres NEW HUON [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933
At the Theatres I NEW HUON 'One Hour With You' is the latest ' starring vehicle of the inimitable Maurice Chevalier, who is again sup ported in the leading feminine role by Jeanette MacDonald, who shared honors with him in 'The Love Parade.' A new idea in entertain ment. Maurice Chevalier spends One Hour Wrth You' — more, rn fact — -and makes you feel right at home. There are seven catchy hits fea tured1 in this wonderful picture, amongst them being the favorite numbers, 'One Hour With You,' 'We Will Always Be Sweethearts,' and 'What Would You Do.' Such well known stars at Genevieve Tobin, Roland Young, and Charles Ruggles are also in the cast of this musical comedy feature. 'His Woman,' featuring Gary Cooper, will be the supporting attraction. The management of the New Huon Theatre announce that special holiday programmes are forthcom ing. and full details of their Christ mas fare will be published1 next week.. Watch for full particulars of these outstanding programmes.
Fire Brigade AREA TO BE PROCLAIMED AT FRANKLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933
Fire Brigade AREA TO BE PROCLAIMED AT FRANKLIN. Cr. D. E. Ryan, who has taken a . foremost interest in the formation of a fire brigade at Franklin, re- .. ported to the Huon Council last Monday that a reply had been re ceived' by the secretary of the brigade to. the application for a subsidy to wards the local contribution of £50. stating that both the Government and the Fire Brigades Association could! net comply with the request until an are 1 had been defined and TazeUcd. He therefore moved that the area be from Jackson's Point to Swanrp Road. It was not necessary for the whole of the area to be pro vided with fire plugs immediately, but extensions could be made later without hnving to go to any further expense in connection with proclaim ing a new area. The motion -was seconded by Cr. Hay, supported by Cr. White, and carried. Cr. Ryan said1 it was desirable to 'get going' as soon as possible, and asked1 if it would- be possible for the amount to the credit of the scheme to be pa...
Water Supply THE HUONVILLE-RANELAGH PROPOSAL. CONSIDERED BY HUON COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933
Water, Supply THE HUONVILLE-RANELAGH PROPOSAL. CONSIDERED BY HUON COUNCIL. At last Monday's meeting of the Huon Municipal Council, Warden G. C. Frankcomb said that in con-: formity with the resolution passed in . November, a public meeting was held in the Huonville Town - Hall to dis ;:uss the -proposal to draw water i'vnm . - ProhV tin cnnnlv LRanelagh- and : Huonville, , The .meei :'ng had been reported in the 'Huon Times,' ! and - there- was no necessity to add further to this. There were probably .150 ratepayers present, tut mot' - more - than ? about a dozen expressed their views on the scheme, and it was. not possible therefore to ' say definitely whether the meeting was opposed to the proposal or to any scheme for providing the rfis j trict with a water supply. The chief point of discursi^r was the capacity of the Blackfish Creek to supply the quantity of water necessary for the r.rea defined, and on this there seemed to be a great conflict of opinion. It was, therefore, deci...
ALL-BRITISH THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933
ALL-BRITISH THEATRE. Mr S. E. Burgess, manager of His Majesty's Theatre, who returned [from Sydney last week, announces 'that on December 30 his theatre will pass completely from Greater Union Theatres Ltd. to the control of a newly-formed' organisation known as Associated British Theatres, and therefore will be devoted1 to the showing of the finest British films.; The directors of Associated' Brit ish Theatres point out that long years of freedom from any serious molestation of competition have enabled American film producers to establish throughout the Common wealth highly ramified business or ganisation. One inevitable _ result of this has been that British -pictures have' had scant opportunity afforded them of being viewed and' judged while their appeal was fresh and unhackneyed. On the contrary, they have been' constrained to bide their time and defer to the privileged priority of American interests when seeking an outlet. Plans which have been quietly maturing for a year or mo...
SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION. DOVER'S HUGE SCORE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933
SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION. DOVER'S HUGE SCORE. La^t Saturday Dover declared their innings of six wickets for 611, made, the previous Saturday, closed, and sent Raminea to hte wickets. The latter's first innings was a ? failure before the bowling of Butterworth and P. Upcher, the total only reach-: ing 31. In the follow-on Raminea ? made 110, and weie thus defeated b'. an innings and 470 runs. Scores: . - ? DOVER. .. - ' ' ?? ?? -- ' . i.- ?? R. Upcher, st. Baker, b Fi-ancis .38 R. Buttenvorth, not out , . . 415 Seabrook, c Knight; b Withringr' ' -. ton ... 30 R. Francis, jun. b W. Knight 38 J. WattSj b J. Standen . . 11 A. Riseley; b J. iStandeh' . .. . . 0 L. Balcombe, c Powers, b Francis 43 R. Johnson, not out ... . . '. . ' 3 . Sundries '. . . . . . . . .1 33 Six wickets (declared1) ?. 611 Bowling: E. Power's, 0-103; R. Knight, 0-43; J. Standen, 2-85; ,R. Francis, sen., . 2-97; B. Stenningsj 0-13; H. Withrington, 1-11;; M. Knight, 0-52; W. Knight, 1-55; B. Withrington, 0.-12; P. Baker...
Sporting Notes SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933
Sporting Notes SWIMMING. A good1 swimming performance was put up by Misses Lilian Gl;ui-. ville and Cecelie Moore last Wedr nesday, when they swam froin Long Jietty, Cygnet, to Crooked Tree and! back. _ . ? Swimmers at Franklin are re quested to communicate with the ? „ r :-P VIncS. n I ui i/iiv; v-iuu ix . vuxsj u.^oii.wa to 'Use the facilities provided for swimming at the club house. Ar rangements are being made for children to be taught swimming by Mr C. Fooks, and any boys or girls desiring to learn should communicate with either Mr Fooks or the- care taker of the boathouse, Mr P. Rosevears. ' .
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933
GOLF. A . stroke competition for ^em bers of the Huonville Club was held during the week-end for a club trophy, and resulted in a win for G. Smith, with a nett score of 65. Best cards returned: — G. Smith, 9227 65; J. Bell, 90-24-66; R. Wilkins, 96-23-73; T. A. Frankcomb, 10936 73; D. H. Calvert, 98-20-78; F.. Par sons, 114-34-80. The dry weather has not affectcd the course adversely, and it is play ing particularly well. ? The opening of the new club house will take place this week-end, when a large gathering of players from other clubs is expected to be present.
ESPERANCE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933
ESPERANCE ASSOCIATION. .Results of matches ; pjayed on Saturday, December 9th:—1-. ^ ^Geeveston d. Liverpool II., 6. .sets: to 3. Kermandie d. Liverpool I., ' 6 sets to 3. Cairns Bay d. Port Huon. I., 6 sets to 3. ./ -- - . Gane's d. Port Huon II., 9 sets j to nil.' ?' ? 'y . | The roster positions now are:-l-r -| P. W.:L..Pts. Cairns Bay . . : . . 8 ;7' '-1. '' 14 I Gane's ? 8 . G 2 ' 12 Kermandie ? 8 6 2 12 Port Huon I ? ' 7 4 3 8 .-] Liverpool^ ? ? 8 4 4 -8 Geeveston- ? .8 2 6 4 Port Huon II. .... 8 2 6 4 Liverpool II. . . 7 0 7 ? 0
Cygnet FAITHFUL ENDURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933
Cygnet FAITHFUL ENDURANCE. A case of remarkable endurance was reported at Cygnet- three days ago, when Mrs Dinah Wilson, aged 85 years, the oldest inhabitant of the township, after the day's house hold1 duties were finished, walked to her daughter's residence at Garden Island Creek, a distance of nine miles. The feat is the more le mai-kable owing to the fact that the dnywas the hottest this season. . I THE ROBT. HARVEY FACTORIES It has been announced that the larse apple drying and . processing fjictoi'ies of the late Rolit: Harvev have been taken over by Messrs H. Jones and Cc. Pty. Ltd. * The strength of the British Regu lar Army is 5000 below establish ment; it was 8000 below a year ago.
Bowling Green PROPOSED CLUB AT FRANKLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933
Bowling Green PROPOSED CLUB AT FRANKLIN. ; Franklin residents have been mov ing lately in the : direction of estab lishing a ? bowling club, havin? been granted a suitable allotment of land (poi tion of the recent addition to the recreation ground), and having ; an abundant supply of' water through the completion of the town water supply. ? - ? Inquiries have been made regard ing the probable cost of laying down a green and securing the necessary equipment fc-r its. maintenance. At a meeting -of those interested', held in- the Town Hall on Tuesday | evening, ? Gr. D. ,E. Ryan presided, land said he was very pleased to see that among those present were - re presentatives of .Castie Forbes and Cradoc, and he had1 also 'been in formed that support was likely to be forthcoming from Huonville.- y It ?was very encouraging to find such wide interest, being taken in the' mat ter' It was! fully realised that the undertaking was . somewhat' 'expen- sive, but the cost could ,- be 'spread t ove...
FRUITGROWERS' FRIENDS. COMMENTS BY HUON COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933
FRUITGROWERS' FRIENDS.] COMMENTS BY HUON COUNCIL. ; Gr. H., G. Hay, speaking at the monthly meeting, of the Huon Muni cipal Council ? on' Monday, said /it was difficult . indeed1 for the fruit growers ?' to- discover any friends among those who were entrusted1 with the handling of' their fruit after it left the' orchards. it .will be re membered,' he added, 'that- at both the!, Launceston and Hohart con ferences of fruitgrowers a few weeks ago resolutions were carried asking their representatives to appeal to the Minister for ? Commerce for the re-submission of the Apples and Pears Export Bill to the growers. The matter was discussed at the conference of the Fruit Export Council at Sydney recently, andl the voting was equal. The fruitgrowers' representatives voted in- favor of the proposal, but -the shipping represen tatives voted against it. The re sult was the motion was lost, be cause by the constitution' of- the council, a motion must have a/ clear majority before it can be. car...
Personal [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933
Personal Last week Mr V. R. Long, head master of the Franklin State School, received notification from the Edu cation Department of his transfer -to Launceston, to take charge of the Junior Technical School there. ' The promotion will take effect from the commencement of the new year. During his two years' residence at Franklin. Mr T.nlie- has achieved1 most remarkable successes with ; the chil dren, both at the annual examina tions, and1 in sport, and. while the people of Franklin heartily congratu late .him 'on his well deserved pro motion, his removal from the - district will be greatly regretted. In seve ral other d'h*ectipns Mr. Long has proved an estimable citizen, taking a prominent part in : local committees and ^ entertainments. The Huon ville Choral Society will especially miss him, as he .has been honorary conductor, of that body for the past eighteen' months.'! - At :last Monday's meeting of the Huon ^Municipal Council the resigna tion of Mr W. J., Nicholls as a road ? f...
ROWING CLUB SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933
ROWING CLUB SPORTS. At the monthly meeting of the committee of the Franklin Rowing Club last -Thursday, Mr P.- Rosevears suggested that in order to raise funds for the club, a piorts meeting should be held, at which a programme of pederstrian, cycling, ? rowin-r, swim ming and diving events be arranged. A sub-committee was appointed to go - into :the 'matter and: :rfeport. ; td the committee at an early date.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933
IF^HUONITES ! v_ 1SS If DON'T PASS THESE BARGAINS BY I I Cygnet J FOR ALL 1 U | o YOUR CONFECTIONERY, FRUIT, CORDIALS, | [j TOBACCO, ETC. £ ft Call at | | CALL AT McDERMOTT'S, CYGNET. | | J. A. JONES Pty. Ltd. j 0 S fj CAN SUPPLY YOUR EVERY HOUSEHOLD J ^ WANT. | J NO NEED TO SPEND FARES TO THE CITY. j = SAVE MONEY! j [j AND TIME BY BUYING LOCALLY. . | 5 DON'T PASS BY \ ! E. M. MARKHAM'S j ) WHEN WANTING XMAS PRESENTS- OR TOYS. | ) A BIG RANGE OF GIFTS FOR OLD AND f j . Y0UNG' | j XMAS GIFTS FOR MEN. \ 1 ? | ) FASHION SHIRTS, from 3/11. ? | j FANCY HALF-HOSE, from 1/6. | j C. W. FLOOD. I I WONDERFUL PRICES I | . . AT | I GEO. COLES' Cash Store. [ I- — i X QUALITY, SERVICE AND VALUE ASSURED. § J BE WELL SHOD! | | FOR THE HOLIDAYS AND ALL OTHER DAYS. | jj A. e. TA P P I J I )Has the Best Makes of Ladies' and Gent's Footwear g at Bedrock Prices. 3 p The Busy Season for Orchardists is at Hand. I ' I Get your; Repairs: to Machinery and Plant generally I 5 put'dir-best' working condition b...
Ranelagh PUPILS' CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933
Ranelagh PUPILS' CONCERT. Oh the 7th inst. the violin and pianoforte pupils of Miss Rose Guilbert, gave a recital .in the Rane- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; lagh Memorial Hall, which was prettily decorated for the occasion by bowls of pink roses. The pupils who took part were I. Harris, I. Knop, B. Thurley, A. Harris, K. Rimon, C. Knop, B. Rimon, Mrs Fyfe, K.Short, and R. Knop &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Miss Guilbert played two violin solos, which were greatly ap- &nbsp; preciated by the large audience present. The concerted numbers, were: — '"Allegro Maestoso" (Gebawer) ; &nbsp; 'May Breezes'' (Kneipl), 'Melodie' (Rubinstein). This was the first oc- casion this music was rendered in this manner in the district. Tea was served; during an intreval in the concert. Miss Guilbert was heartily congratulated on the pro &a...