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Cricket B GRADE PREMIERSHIP. WON BY WATTLE GROVE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 March 1934

Cricket B GRADE PREMIERSHIP. WON BY WATTLE GROVE. Wattle Grove won the B Grade premiership on the first innings by 237 runs. Huonville had scored 82 for the1 loss of two wickets when time was called (B. Roberts 38, W. Gough 25 not out.) Scores: — HUONVILLE II. First Innings .... . . . . . . 175 WATTLE GROVE. R. Griggs, c B. Jolly, b Roberts 7 C. Norris, c Billing, b Roberts . 0 S.; Direen, c Gough, b E. Jolly 125 R. Kube, c Gough, b Roberts .. 67 T. Direen, cD. Walton, b Grier son . . ? . . . ... 26 W. Oakf ord, b D. Walton ? 46 J. Sturgess, c E. Jolly, b Edson 0 F. Leitch, not out .... . . . . 90 H. Jackson, run out . .....?? . . 11 L. Norris, c D. Walton, b Gough 29 J. Jackson, run out .'. .''.-. . . . . 1 Sundries .. .. ... .?'. .. 10 Total ....... .. .. 412 Bowling: B. Roberts, 104-3-98; J. Grierson.N 64-1-47; M. Sheppard, 80 0-36; W. Gough, 85-1-45; R. Edson, 32-1-44; V. Billing, 56-0-36; C, Walton, 24-0-12; D. Walton, 40-1-10; C. Dowling, 16-0-13; E. Jolly, 561 60.

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Cygnet Sports A SUCCESSFUL GATHERING. N. TURNBULL WINS THE CHOP. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 March 1934

Cygnet Sports A SUCCESSFUL GATHERING. N. TURNBULL WINS THE CHOP. ' Conditions were all in favor of , a successful day for the annual St. Patrick's Day sports at Cygnet last Saturday, and the public generously responded to the attractions offered by .the organising committee, over £24 being taken at the gates. Side shows and refreshments stalls added to the pleasure of patrons. '. It was verv p-vatifvinn- to nn+o'+lip innrensprf interest in- the events compared, with recent, years. The entries for the different events did not come up to expecta tions, nevertheless- an interesting af ternoon's entertainment was provided for patrons, the grounds being we,ll adapted to enable a good view being obtained' by. everyone of the various events, chief of which were the chops. The events were keenly contested, and created considerable interest. Results wire as follow: — Open Championship 12in. Under hand 'Chop. — E. Williams. Other competitors: F. Dillon, P. H. Kelly; J. Direen, F. Hall, H. Tem...

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Esperance Council MARCH MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 March 1934

Esperance Council MARCH MEETING. The monthly meeting of the Es perance Municipal Council was held at Dover yesteiday. Present: War-! den E. Burgess, and Crs. J.ijW.} Studley, F.. Ashlin, C. James, J. flanvood, W. Jackson, B. O. Plum mer, W. Killingback, H. Evans; JV W.- Rowe. G. Clark. ' SJ Reave: H. Knight. W. Brown, and the council clerk, Mr A. E. Davis. HYDRO-ELECTRIC SERVICE. . A' letter was received from- the1 Hydro-Electric Commission, in reply to a 'request from the council for the appointment of a maintenance man in , Esperance, stating that the actual additional time in repairing break downs by sending' officers from Huon ville -was only li hours, and did not warrant the extra expense of sta1 tioning an office at Geeveston. The writer (Mr A. P. Burns) added that many of the complaints referred to were due to defects in consumers' own equipment, which was not the responsibility of the department, but of licensed electricians, two of whom were in businss at Geeveston. As the ...

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Accidents MOTOR CYCLIST INJURED. A HEAD-ON COLLISION WITH CAR. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 March 1934

Accidents MOTOR CYCLIST INJURED. A HEAD-ON COLLISION WITH CAR, Mr Thos. J. Roberts, of Franklin, was severely injured when riding a motor cycle home on Tuesday last. He was travelling along the main road at Perry's Hill, and just before reaching the top of the rise, where there Is a slight turn towards the south, he bent down to make an ad justment to t-he engine, During the few seconds that this operation oc cupied a car driven by M.r. Walter Clarke came round the bend In the opposite direction, and before Rob erts realised his danger he collided head-on with the car. Mr Clarke stopped his car in practically its own length, but the young cyclist was thrown underneath it; Assistance was quickly at hand, andi Roberts, who was unconscouis, was 'removed and attended to by 'Dr. E. Marston Allester and Trooper' Gough.' The injuries were at once found to be extensive and severe, comprising a fracture of the left leg, the right wrist, and abrasions to the face and other parts of the body. ...

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Football CYGNET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 March 1934

Football CYGNET CLUB. The annual meeting of the Cysrnet Football Club was held in the coun cil chambers, Cygnet, on Wednesday evening last. The president of the club ? (Mr A. Davies) presided over a large attendance of members. . In moving the adoption of the re port and balance-sheet, the president stated that he was very disappointed with the trend of football in the Huon, and it was fast being turned into a business rather tha.n a sport. It was coming to this position now, that whichever club could find - the most money with which to import players into its district, was the club, that had the^ best chance of coming out on top for the season. He laid stress on the fact that, all over the Huon players were being imported and work found for them, while local men were,, walking about unable, to obtain work. He was quite sure that each district could get a suf ficiency of good players from local men if they were but given a chance. ' It was resolved to forward the club's congratulati...

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

W. H. BEAUCHAMP & CP- P™ Lti? 129 MACQUARIE ST., HOBART Accredited representatives foy Messrs CONNOLLY SHAW Ltd, FRUIT BROKERS LONDON, LIVERPOOL, HULL, MANCHESTER, AVONMOUTH, GLASGOW, HAMBURG — Aug. Stier; ROTTERDAM — Algemeene Vruchten Import Co. Shipping No. 50^ for a11 Portsv

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

CALL AND $£E HAIOIY CHANTRIL once again proprietor Telegraph Hotel (Opposite Brooke St^re^t Bier.) A H[ear|y Welcome to Old ' ' ' ' 'Friends, ' ~ ' . Hote.l being renovated from top - to bottom, and he Invites your inspection Only the best brands of Wines and Spirits stocked. CASCADE AND CARLTON BEER on Draft. Ale 15/- per doz., Wine 2.&A: per doz, delivered on bpafc or motor. ' Cheque or Postal 'Note with order. TQ MEET YOUR POCKET. Best Dinner in Town, 1/6. Bed and Breakfast, 4/-. Telephone 4152.

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JUNIOR TENNIS TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 March 1934

JUNIOR TENNIS TOURNAMENT. The annual junior tennis tourna ment, which is held at rjuonville at Easter, attracts greater entries each year. This year bids fair to be a record. Keens interest is taken in the meeting of D. Clark (present holder) and E. Brown. Both boys are play insr verv fine tennis. It is learned with regret that D. Yeates will not be a competitor this year owing to con centrating on his studies at school. Particulars of the matches may be obtained from the Rev. Ian J. B. Macdonald, the Rectory, Ranelagh.

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Lucaston Sports BIG DAY FOR THE CHILDREN. FIVE SCHOOLS COMPETE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 March 1934

Lucaston Sports BIG DAY FOR THE CHILDREN. FIVE SCHOOLS COMPETE. Last Saturday the completion of the1 re-modelling of the Lucaston State School was celebrated1 by the holding of a sports meeting and fair, which were organised by the schoolmaster, Mr Don Geeves, and the members of the Parents' and t riends Association. 'The weather was dull, but re mained fine, and in spite of numerous other attractions in Hobart and other parts of the district, there was a very large attendance, other dis trict schools being well represented, while the visitors from Hobart in cluded the Minister for Education (Hon. H. S. Baker), Sir John Evans, Messrs A. C. Seabrook and B. Wat kins, Ms.H.A., and Mrs Seabrook. THE SPORTS, Great interest was taken in _the children's racing, the events being ' run with characteristic punctuality . . and the utmost good sportsmanship. ' The Franklin children won most' of j ,fhe prizes, but the other schools are.: mostly classed a Grade lower, as Y they have not the same ...

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Apple Trade VARYING CONDITIONS OF CROP. INCREASED MARKETING DIFFICULTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 March 1934

Apple Trade VARYING CONDITIONS OF CROP. INCREASED MARKETING DIFFI CULTIES. Probably .no previous season has given the apple and pear exporters of Tasmania' and .Australia more anxious thought than the present one. ' The disastrous prices received last season, following a', record ?pro- duction, and. a' depressed money mar ket, made it' evident to the . most casual observer that, it would., be tre height of folly- to continue supplying tne marKets.oi s ureat. jt-main ana the. Continent.! with, more fruit than could . be absorbed ? at a .profitable, price, to produceis, and steps . /w£r-f taken to reduce^the supplies going, forward accordingly. With the uia'n-' ner in which'1 these ? reductions ;%feTe;: effected we neyer'did1 approve, but]; dd not propose to ::'ddsi'uss the mat'ter. here. The unfortunate aspect of;,th'e Apple, and Pear Export ;Council'^'de-' cisiori' 'is( that' it left Tio . provision^ whatever (for . the possibility, of the' crop failing to r reach the high figures w...

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

ATTENTION, TASMANIAN FRUITGROWERS. For Prompt Returns at Highest Market Rates, consign to J. W. BRYANT 210 GORDON MILNE,, Proprietor. 210 Licensed Farm Produce Agent, Member of the Selected Agents Committee. . ? 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 .y Solves this problem season after season- for .scores of satisfied growers, ifio If you are not already' in the band, join up at once. ;^' :. : — rt1l3T CITY FRUIT MARKETS, SYDNEY. .131 APPLES! APPLES! H. C. LOCKART LICENSED FARM PRODUCE AGE1NT, ,1s prepared to sell your Apples on the Sydney Market at best market ; ? rates and give you prompt returns; ... ' By marking your Cases 238 ^on w.ill ? 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' ^~COT^ %J^:',: THE DEPENDABLE FIRM Wr- LICENSED FARM PRODUCE AGENTS. f...

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

- If you want to buy something ask for it through the wanted column of the 'Huon Times.' You will get quite a lot of offers, from which you can make a selection.

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PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 March 1934

PRODUCE MARKET. ' Messrs W. T. TTrorpe Pty. Ltd. sold by auction in their mart last Friday : — '; Butter, lOd to 1/li; cream, 6/. to ;13/ dozen.; quinces,''3/ to 4/ case; pickled onions,. 6/ dozen bottles; blackberries, 3.d lb; eggs, lOd to 1/ dozen; apples, 1/3 to 4/6 case; pears, 3/ to 3/6 case; raspberries, 9d punnet; strawberries, 9 d punnet; to matbes, 2/6 to 5/6 case; cabbages, 9d to 1/6 dozen; beetroot, 1/ to 2/ dozen bunches; potatoes, 4/ bag, 2/ to 2/6 case; parsnips, 2/ dozen bunches; carrots, 9d to 1/ small bag; marrows, 2/3 to 2/9 dozen; pump kins, 2/6 to 8/. dozen; beef,. Id to 7d; pork,. 4d. to 7id; -veal, 2d.fo 6d-; lamb, 3 id to 8d; fresh sausage's, 41d to 5d; Belgium sausage, 6*d to 8d. Live poultry.-^-Ducks, 2/9 to 4/9 panr; cockerels, 1/3 to 4/3; roos ters, 3/3 to 3/6; hens, 3/6 to A/; turkeys, 8/. , to 12/. Dressed poultry. — Fowls, 4/6 to 6/6 pair; d'ueks, 5/ to 6/; chickens, 2/6 to 3/6; turkeys, 6/ to 8/6 each; geese, 4/ each; rabbits, 6d pair.

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

GLEN HUON HALL. GRAND 'CONCERT SATURDAY, 7th APRIL. By the Orpheus Club. Don't miss this golden opportunity of hearing the best of artists. FRANKLN STATE SCHOOL. THURSDAY, 29th MARCH. CHILDREN'S ENTERTAIN MENT. With Selected Adult Items. ST. JOHN'S SCHOOL HALL. Songs, Choruses, Vocal and Instru mental, Elocutionary Eurythmics, .'???? and' Play. ADMISSION, 6d. HUON MUNICIPALITY. OUTSTANDING RATES. ]^OTICE is hereby given that legal proceedings will be taken for all Outstanding Rates af ter « the 30th March inst. . C. V. DAVEY, Council Clerk. . HUON MUNICIPALITY. POLLUTION WATER STREAMS. j^OTICR is hereby given that legal proceedings will be taken asjaihst ? all persons responsible for the depositing- of. waste A.pples in the Creeks and Rivers within the Municipality. ' ,C. V. DAVEY, .Council Clerk. HUON MUNICIPALITY. EXTENSION FRANKLIN WATER SUPPLY. ?JJOTICE is hereby given that a Poll . of the Electors between Chitty's Road ? and J. S. Griggs1 property, South Franklin, will be held ...

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

THE GRANDEST LAUGH SHOW EVER 'LADY FOR A DAY' with May Robson, Warren William, Glenda Farrell, Ned Sparks, Guy Kibb*e, Walter Connolly. : ? ASSOCIATE FEATURE ? ^ 'DANGEROUS CROSSROADS' v . ? with, ... , i Chic Sale, Diana Sinclair, Frank Albertson. NEXT SATURDAY Dear to the heart of every woman, the sweetest story ever told — 'LITTLE WOMEN' from the book by . LOUISA MAY ALCOTT . . . ; featuring Katharine Hepburn, Joan Bennett, Fiances Dee, Jean Parker, Edna May Oliver, Paul Lukas, Douglas Montgomery, Henry Stepherison. This sat. NEW HUON THEATRE This sat. NORM A SHEARER in 'SMILIN' THROUGH' A world famous stage play becomes a magnificent talking picture V Easter 'lAPITCTUC DfiV' JACK hulbert'S Saturday UnUFV O lilt DUT Greatest Comedy Book Early for this great holiday attraction.

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Yates' Seed Farm VALUABLE DISTRICT INDUSTRY [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 29 March 1934

Yates' Seed Farm VALUABLE DISTRICT .INDUSTRY One of the brightest and most in teresting parts of the. Derwent Valley i is Yates' Seed Farm, near .Macquarie Plains. The farm can be reached' by train, and' a visit well repays any one interested in the cultivation of' 'flowers — and who is there that can riot get a thrill of* pleasure in acV lmrmg inese ?? .wonueiiui wui-ks oa. nature. At this time of the year the asters make a particularly fine show. There are 10 acres of them, and 24 varieties, including Craigow, Anierican ^Branching, Californian Giants, and other world-famed speci mens of this beautiful flower that grows' to perfection in Tasmania. There are also some wilt-resisting varieties lately introduced from Cali fornia. The manager, Mr R. Goodman, pointed out that the estate is irri gated1 by a gravitation. . supply of. water from a 14,000 gallon reservoir on a rise, into which the' water is pumped 'from' 'the river near by, and is distributed in fluming, .-having for the mo...

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CRICKET LYELL v. UPPER DERWENT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 29 March 1934

CRICKET .;. ? . ? mm ? LYELL v. UPPER DERWENT. During the week-end a cricket match was played' at Qiieeiistown be tween the Lyell Association and Upper Derwent. The home team won on the /first innings by 64 runs. Scores : — „ LYELL ASSOCIATION. First 'Innings ' ? 104 Bowling:; A. Raynor, . 4 for 27; A. Bester, 2i for 25; C. Ploughman, 2« for 30; W; Cranfield, ,1 for 8; j. Mc Connell, 1 for 10; D. Saltcr, none for 20; L.v Cunningham, none, for 2.1. \ UPPER DERWENT.— First Innings. A. Bender, c Callander, b Austin 14 C. Ploughman, lbw,-b Tremayne 17 L. Cunningham, b Austin .... 7 D. Salter, c Callander, b Tre mayne ? . . . 0 A. Raynor, b Priestley .... 3 J. McConnell, lbw ,b Tremayne 10 C. Cunningham, lbw, b McGurk 10 B. Gard, c Murphy, b Callander 11 W. Cranfield, st.. Webster, b Cal lander . . .... . .... . . 2 G. Cranfield, not out ?? .... 5 W. Burn, run. out ........ 12 Sundries .. ...:?:..'.. 13 Total . . ..''. ? 104 Second Innings. W. Burn, run out ..?'.' ? 0 D. Salter, b Austin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 29 March 1934

- K^S'^?^1^ DERWENT VALLEY ^J™'? 1 I Reliable and up-to-date Service for ? , ; ;'' ,'.? . : ^ vS^^^B^ rnTTiFP SFRVirir u the direct marketing of your fruit . . y^^^^^ . M wilh the result that ton m-ices ar-* ? f* ? 'J C* j ? X 1 ' j * 1 «*=»?/ Consists of Old Established, X StatSJed. SteSril. Fixe' Liberal SOCial SDOT'tm2: InQUStnal Jsound, Reliable firms of Fruit 5 1 Advances. Prompt Settlements. ' vJW^±ClJ.j ^jpW^Llllg,, J.11UUOL11U1 ^ Brokers and Salesmen at all § Centr-il 4091 ftwo lines S ' ' m Overseas Ports. One Shippmg W, Central 4UJ1 (.two Sines.; - . ' W No. Top priceS. Central 4091 i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 29 March 1934

BRISBANE SELECTED AGENTS COMMITTEE. HPHE following Firms have been appointed by the Tasmariian State Fruit Advisory Board as members of the Brisbane Selected Agents Committee:- — Allen, J. ? . . .-..'.. . . 15 Austn. Fruit & Produce Co. Arkell and Sons . . . . . . : 12 Barr, AS. . . . . . . . . ... ? 19 A. Chave .............. 4. Clark and jesser .... .'?.' 49 Collard and Mackay .... 2 Cooksley and Co. Cooksley, J. F. Cooper Bros. .... . . . . . . 45 Geeves, H. V. Pty. Ltd. .. 6 Jacklyn and Jacklyn - ? Mackay, W. M. ? 20 Mcndoza & Wright Pty. Ltd. 40 McCowan and Hammond . . 34 Robsons Ltd ? 28 NEW NORFOLK 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. Wfhy Ground Burnt Lime is Best It is the most suitable of all Limes. x You v do not pay for moisture, as it is not slaked down with water. It is ground from freshly burnt, selected Lime. You need apply only ...

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Fruit News ENGLISH MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 29 March 1934

j-w Fruit News I ENGLISH MARKET. Messrs T. Boss-Walker Pty. Ltd., of Hobart, are in reqeipt of advice -from Messrs Yeo-ward Bros., dated Liverpool, February 15th, as fol lows : — 'Apples, especially those in boxes, are meeting a good demand at satisfactory prices, and unless some- . ' Kiiuig uuiureaeen nappens, in ine shape of surprise shipments from U.S.A. in the closing part of the sea son, we are still hopeful of seeing good opening prices for Australians. What will. happen later on will de pend upon the way in which the de livery of supplies from your side is spread over the season.'

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