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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 March 1934

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cygnet HARVEST THANKSGIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 March 1934

Cygnet HARVEST THANKSGIVING. A haivest thanksgiving1 service was tieldi in the Methodist Church at Cygnet on Sunday, -March 11th, and was attended by a. large congrega tion. ?'/ This was followed up on Monday evening with a concert and sale of gifts, a large audience show ing great appreciation oi one songs sung by Miss Lila . Harvey, L.A.B., and other artists who assisted/After the concert the harvest gifts were sold by Mr O. L. Carmichael. Sup per was seived by ladies connected with the church. * INTERSTATE FRUIT. The first direct shipment of apples and pears to the interstate markets was lifted at Port Cygnet by the Talune on Thursday last, a total of, 3694 cases and,,13 half -cases being shipped. '? Of this 'total 3447 cases and 13 half -cases were, consigned to the 'Sydney market, 162 cases to Newcastle, and 85 cases 'to Brisbane. The varieties and percentages were : Alexanders 25, Alfristons 25, Rib stons 25, Cox's 10, Worcesters 5, pears 5,. miscellaneous 5. CYCLE ACCIDENT Mr...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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DERWENT VALLEY Social, Sporting, Industrial NEW NORFOLK COUNCIL MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 March 1934

DERWENT VALLEY Social, Sporting, Industrial (By Special Correspondents) NEW NORFOLK COUNCIL MATTERS. At the monthly meeting of the New Norfolk Municipal Council, held! last Monday, t'here were present the 1 Warden (Mr T. Andrews), Crs. M. J. Pidgeon, G. Matheson, P. G. Graham, 0. Graham, D. L. Abbott, N. Wester way, H. S. Shone, A. Rainbird, J. R. Fenton, L. Leeson, and P. A. Feil. Mr G. D. Balsille, Director of Pub lic Works, wrote^ stating that it had been decided to renew the sawmill bridge at Lachlan. SCHOOL HOLIDAY. It was. agreed to. accede to the request of the Railway Department to declare a school, holiday for Fri day, 23rd inst., on the occasion of a railway excursion from the Derwsnt Valley to Hobart. HEALTH MATTERS. Inspector A. Smith reported that two cases of diphtheria (one from Plenty and one from Glenora) two cases of scarlet fever (one from Moleswort'h and' Rosegarland) , and two cases of enteric fever at New Norfolk occurred during the month. v An improved sanitar...

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NEW HUON [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 March 1934

NEW HUON . Norma Shearer, in 'Smilin' Through,' with a supporting cast headed by Fredric March; . Leslie Howard, O. P. Heggie, and Ralph Forbes, will be seen this Saturday at the .New Huon Theatre. In this lavish production Norma Shearer for the first time in her career plays a dual role. Miss. Shearer portrays both the tragic ? Moony een in the hoop-skirted Victorian sequences and Kathleen Clare in the modern scenes aiound which the happier romance of the tale centres. Fredric March and Leslie Howard, as heads of her dra matic cast, have unusual trials in characterisation. The present cast is said to be the finest to reach the screen. In addition to those men tioned above, it .includes Beryl Mer cer and David Torrence.

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PUBLIC PROPERTY BEING DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 March 1934

PUBLIC PROPERTY BEING DESTROYED. ? Complaint' -was made at the New Norfolk Council meeting last Mon day by Cr. P. A. Fell regarding the amount of wilful destruction oi pub lic property in the district of iN&*{/ Norfolk. It was alleged that two youths -were recently caught commjt tine an act of vandalism, but have not so. far been brought before the Police Court. Ampng other things, the willow trees inr-tite vicinity of Lachlan bridge are being destroyed, apparently just for the want of gpnie thing to do, ? Councillors unanimously agreed that a stoip would have to be put to such practices, and the police have been instructed' to take aejjpn against the first offenders caught.

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Fruit News SYDNEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 March 1934

IIM»MIIIMIMI-I-I»I ? Illlllllll I Fruit News I SYDNEY MARKET. The Associated Selected Agents Committee report that apples and pears sold last week in Sydney rea lised the following prices :^— Apples: If choice and colored, 5/ to 6/; Dukes, 3/ to 5/;.Tasmans Pride, 3/6 to 5/; Alfristons, 4/ to. 5/; CrabSi 5/ to 6/; Lady in 'Snow, 4/ to. 5/6;. Worcesters, Ribstons, Alexanders, Mobbs Codling, difficult to. ' sell. Pears. — G.B. and B.B., 5/;. Caps, 5/6 to 6/;6; Coles, sf}/ to 8/. The Associated Selected Agents Committee report that apples and pears sord last week in Sydney rea- * lised the following prices: — : Apples: - Jonathans, if choice colored 5/ to 7,:/; Tasman Pride, 4/ to 5/6; Wor cesters, 4/. to 5/6; Duke of Clarence, 3/ to 5/; Lady in^ Snow, 5/ to 6/; Crabs, 5/ to 6/6; Alfristons, .4/' to ( 5/; Ribstons, Alexanders, Welling- / .ton Pippins, and Mobbs Codlin diffi cult to sell. ; Pears: B.B., B.D.C., and G.B, 5/ to 6/.

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 March 1934

Subscribers are cordially invited to submit items for publication. '

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Geeveston AMERICAN TEA. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 March 1934

Geeveston AMERICAN TEA. In order ta raise funds to be spent in work upon the church grounds, the Ladies' Guild of . the Congregational Church held' a suc cessful American tea last Thursday. The function was held in the Sunday School, and there was an excellent attendance. During the afternoon the Rev. J. F. Dickinson gave an in teresting address, and items were rendered by the Misses T. Marsh, G. Hammond and T. Cracknell. The proceeds of the sale of gifts' rea lised £3 15s. CHURCH ANNIVERSARY. The 83rd anniversary of the Geeveston Congregational Church was celebrated last week-end. Special services were held on Sunday, the preacher being Rev. W. N. Gunson, of the Memorial Church, Hobart. There were large attendances both morning and evening, and at both services special anthems were ren dered by the choir, under the leader ship of Mi- L. H. Thomas. Mr Gunson, in conveying greetings from the Congregational ..Union of Tas mania, of which he is chairman for 1934, said that the Geevesto...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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Current Topics HELD OVER. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 March 1934

Current Topics HELD OVER. Owing to pressure on our space- a. number of letters to the editor, Cyg net concert report, and other ar ticles, have been held over for pub lication next week.

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TASMANIAN FRUIT TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 March 1934

TASMANIAN FRUIT TRADE. , If any further evidence , were needed of the utter disunity that exists among the fruitgrowers , of, Tasmania it was amply supplied at their meeting held at Huonville last Thursday evening. : The primiary, ob ject ; they had' in view was to pro test against the action of the Apple and Pear Export Council in pre venting the export of certain varie ties and sizes/of apples, which regula tion seriously affects the possible quantity of their fruit to be sent overseas1 from' Tasmania;. while it- did not appreciably apply to the' other exporting States of the Common wealth. If such a condition could be proved it was a perfectly reason able complaint to air, and the au7 thoiities would have very good rea son to at least endeavour to rectify it at the earliest possible moment. .After the motSon was .stated, and substantial proof was given, that the allegations were fully justified, an amendment was moved, not contrary to the main contention of the mo tion, but'.aski...

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METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 March 1934

METHODIST CHURCH. The harvest thanksgiving services at the ? Franklin Methodist Church were, held last week-end, and were successful in every, way. Oh Sun day large' congregations attended the services morning and evening, con ducted by Rev. F. A. Plumb. There wrac n rl icnimr rt-f -FvniJ- n-nri. irarrof«iKlaie tastefully arranged and given by many workers. . At both services the children of the church helped with music. On Monday night the. pro- duce was disposed of very success fully by Messrs V. Griggs, Christen sen, and M. Cupit, at a, sale in- the schoolroom. A portion 'of the pro duce brought by the Kindergarten Sunday School children realised con siderably, over £2, and. the total- pro ceeds amounted to approximately £11, in addition to 23 cases of fruit yet to be shipped and sold.

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SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 March 1934

i SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT. Those who were privileged to hear the concert given by the Franklin State School children last December .will be pleased to know that another entertainment is to be given by them on the 29th inst. Their hew teacher, Mr Gaul, is an enthusiastic musician, and he hSs found much talent with which to provide a presentable pro gramme. The entertainment, though not of such an elaborate nature as the previous one, will be found to contain some excellent numbers, and as the charge is only a nominal one, St. John's school hall, where it is to be given, should be taxed to capacity. The proceeds are to be applied to the school1 picture fund.

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At the Theatres THE STRAND. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 March 1934

i At the Theatres THE STRAND. Every reader .will remember those popular Australian1 comedies, 'Dig- gers' and 'Diggers in Blighty,' fea turing, that versatile authoractor prddJucer, Pat Hanna. Now comes Pat Hanfra's latest and, best comedy, 'Waltzing MaWlda,' , which com mence?- a season of one week at the SJ+vanifi T'Viocitvn fViio Rat.nrrlfiv Ofhpr well known Australian players in the cast are Joe Valli, Norman French, Dorothy Parnham, and Joan Lang. After living for generations in story book land, all the strange, un usual people that roam the pages of Lewis. Cai roll's beloved fantasy, 'Alice In ' Wonderland,' have come to life on the screen, andi will be se'en- at the Strand Theattre next Sat urday week. All the funny people are play edi by such Hollywood stars as Richard' Arlen, Gary Cooper, Leon Errol, Louis Fazenda, : Gary Grant, Raymond Hattoii, Baby Le Roy, Mae Marsh, Polly Moran, Edward Everett Horton, Edna May Oliver, May Rob- , son, Charlie Ruggles, and many ! other fam...

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THE PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 March 1934

THE PRINCE. - Distinctly in a- class by itself as regard's motion ? picture enttertain ment, and possessing a story so uni versally appealing' that it is impos sible to predict anything but out standing success for it, 'Lady For A Day,' the Columbia superprodiic uon, .stalling . wuricii yvihuuh «'u May Robson, commences at the Prince of Wales Theatre this Satur day. 'Lady For A Day' is like a fantastic fairy tale, yet it) is real and V. i-i *v\ o ?. V ' / rTfc onnrifilinc* ViiTnimTr nnrl touching, dramatic scenes make the laughs and tears blend wholesomely with an1 emotionally ? agitating- effect, that it is at once overpowering and heart-warming. A revelation to picture audiences will be the magnificent) performance of May Robson as 'Apple Annie.' The complete cast .from 'the star down' deserves the highest praise for matchless, inspired performances. Frank Oapra, the director, again re veals his genius in comedy and drama. He has taken the brilliant si'ory by Damon Runyon, which a...

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ALICE IN WONDERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 March 1934

ALICE IN WONDERLAND. '.'Without the frost, the blinding snow, The. storm winds moody madness — ? Within, the fit elight's ruddy glow, The childhood's nest of gladness.' But there is no gladness for Alice llhis afternoon. Out-of-doors the snow is falling, blanketing the lawn, edging the .croquet wickets in white. Inside before the. fireplace, Dinah, the cat, is playing with her kitten's: Alice, the childof imagination, wants to go out into the snow to play, but cannot win her governess1 permis sion.; And so, before the .fireplace, she' allows her imagination full sway — that, in the land of make-believe, she can pass l!he tedium of a very uneventful afternoon. A large white rabbit scurries silently across the lawn. 'How funny he looks,' declares Alice, 'all dressed up with- a muffler and an overcoat and big woolly shoes.' ? But the governess has no patience with children : who utter 'untruths.' So it is, too, with 'Alice's conversations with 'Sir Turtle,' who has his castle in the fi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 March 1934

-O4H»O4fl^B-O-«BH»O4HB»O^@&^-O«9 (Reliable and up-to-date Service for the direct marketing of your fruit with the result that top prices ars ^ maintained. Stencils Free. Liberal ▲ Advances. Prompt Settlements. I Central 4091 (two lines.)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 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., 105, MACQUARIE STREET, HOBART. ? 'nMtKin * w 3nt^j^rvv.v-*rio iii'i'iii iW'f^ w ww iii 'i ^iifKf ? iiiiMM ii wiuM Tvnw~r7rwiri~i* *ti 'm n in iuwtwitm'wwiwwii -i -nniT**ftTrnr 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. 450 ALL POETS LIBERAL ADVANCES AGAINST CONSIGNMENTS We also recommend consignments to ? ???-.- Messrs J. H. LUTTEN & SOHN HAMBURG & BREMEN SHIPPING NO. Pj-)g OR 450 Advances Against Consignments. Stencils and Advice Notes Supplied on Application. F. J. BENNETT & CO. A.M.P. BUILDINGS, HOBART. Phone 4969. : ENGLISH SHIPP...

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R.S.S.I.L.A. HUON SUB-BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 March 1934

R.S.S.I.L.A. HUON SUB-BRANCH. At the monthly meeting of the Hupn sub-branch 22 members1 at tended, and full arrangements were made for. Anzac Day. The' memorial service will be held at Huonville at 10.40 a.m., when Girl Guides^ Boy Scouts, and ex soldiers will be present, together with the general public. The form of the service has been drawn. up by the sub-branch, and .will be the same as last year. All officials have been appointed for the: Anzac Day sports, and the amended programme, as agreed upon bv the Schoolmasters' Association and the League representatives, was adopted, the chief alteration this year being the ages for. the sports. This year the children must be under 9, 11, 13, and 15 on Anzac Day to compete in the Anzac Cup and Teams' Races. Junior teams' races for children under 11 have taken the places of the skipping and hurdle races. The Diggers' Race has been elim inated, and races for children of re turn soldiers have, been substituted. ? ' The secretary was instru...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 March 1934

Bruce Geeves, formerly of the Franklin Cricket Club, '. has been putting up. some good performances for the Deloraine Club this season. He has several scares of over. 50 to his credit, and one of over 100. Last Saturday /he helped to stop a rot, he and 'his partner putting on 94 for the seventh wicket. Geeves was still not out for 55 when stumps were drawn for the day.

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RIVAL ORCHARD TEAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 March 1934

RIVAL ORCHARD TEAMS. A cricket match of unusual in terest is to be played on the Franklin oval next Saturday afternoon, be tween teams representing Welling's Willow Wielders and1 Barnett's Picked Packers. The teams are as follows: — Picked Packers.— R. P: and B. E. Barnett, J. Watson, J. Carroll, W. Price, N. Howard, S. Warren, N. Taylor, R. Taylor, N. Johnstone, F. Fitzpatrick, M. Killalea. Willow Wielders. — Erol Fitz maurise (Admiral), Geo. Gallagher (Vice-Admiral),. Roy Welling, Mar tin Brennan, Keith Gabbity, D. Hef fernan, Noel Thomas, Jas O'Beirne, A. Flakemore, D. Flakemore, Stan ley Calvert; supporter, J. R. Welling Note.— The Admiral, requests all officers and A.B's. , to be aboard H.M.S. Rec. not later than eight bells (2 p.m.)' ?

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