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

For Reliability, Promptness, and Highest Price, send your' Fruit to HEDLEY GEEVES LTD. 6HEDLEY GEEVES, Managing Director. _E_£ TURBOT STREET, BRISBANE. ^^ s V.' & Largest Importer and Distributor in Queensland for ' ? . ? ? Australian Growers. ' -',; ' CABLE AND TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS: 'APPLES, BRISBANE/! ' ; All Sales under Personal Supervision. ?' Tasmanian Representative: E. R. COTTIER PTY. LTD. Temple Place, Macquarie Street, Hobait. The Best Market in the Best State for Selling Tasmanian Apples is the i ' \ CITY MARKET, ROMA STREET, BRISBANE. .Where A. J. CARTER Handles thousands, of cases out of every Tasmanian shipment to the entire satisfaction of his clients. You can participate in the high prices paid in Brisbane by, branding your Fruit 37 Telegraphic Address: Carter Markets, Brisbane. gf' ' We specialise in the careful carting and handling of all Fruit cpnsigned to us. k „? A. S. BARR ^ I FRUIT EXCHANGE ? BRISBANE \ ''V^;\ WHOLESALE FRUIT MERCHANT AND GROWERS' AGENT ...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
NEW NORFOLK WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 29 March 1934

NEW NORFOLK WATER SUPPLY. Considerable dissatisfaction is felt over the unsatisfactory condition of the New Norfolk water supply drawn from Myrtle Falls, Lachlan. There is no reservoir, the supply simply entering the pipes from the stream, through a small filtering system. The local municipal council has been urging for some years past that' a reservoir should be constructed, es pecially as the wooden main from the intake is in such bad repair that it might break away at any time, and in that event the township would have its water supply cut off. A deputation, comprising Warden T. Andrews, and Crs. G. Mathesbn and A. J. Pidgeon, has . been ap pointed to interview the Minister for Public Works (Mr Neil Campbell) , to-day with the object of securing a grant on the £ for £ principle, to construct a reservoir'. '

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Motor Notes 1934 CAR MODELS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 29 March 1934

Motor Notes 1934 CAR MODELS. Many outstanding improvements., have been made in the new model'' Chevrolets, Pontiacs, and Chevrolet trucks that will contribute to greater comfort, performance, di iving safety - and economy. THE CHEVROLET. ? ? In addition ' to .independent front wheel suspension, the 1934 Chevrolet Master Six Has a longer wheelbase, ' decidedly ' more body loom, sturdier . frame and more powerful engine. \ Appearance changes are mainly at, the, front, where there are. a ; ,new i radiator shell, new 'fenders, and' longer hood, with horizontal louvres ; of the airfoil type. Contributing are longer bodies. Chevrolet front, suspension system permits use of a soft, low; rate I springs since the wheels are guided ' by linkage rather than by springs as in conventional systems. In the Chevrolet design the king pins are mbunted in the, frame, the entire suspension ., system swinging with the wheels round curves. Suspension housing encloses both ' ?': coil springs and shock abs...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Huonville Water Supply THE CRABTREE POINT OF VIEW [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 29 March 1934

Huonville Water Supply THE CRABTREE POINT OF VIEW 'Ratepayer' thus comments on the proposal to supply Ranelagh and Huonville with water from Rocky Creek: — ;'At the March meeting of the Huon Municipal Council, Cr. ? A. C. Parsons said -he understood1 the Crab tree people were opposed to the Huonville-Ranelagh water scheme. I am one of those in agreement with this statement. Surely the council are not going to force a water rate on us in the same way as they made us pay an elecrric light rate, when ' we got no benefit from it? As we 'have sufficient water for our require ments at present, it would only be imposing an additional burden on a community that is already hard pressed to pay its way. Cr. Cord1 well pointed out that a man paying on an annual1 value of £12 per an num wouldi have to pay 15s in the £ water rate. Surely this is an ex orbitant charge! In addition to the rate landowners will have to meet a further charge in the first year of connecting their properties with the ' ...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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SPORTS AT SOUTHPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 29 March 1934

SPORTS AT SOUTHPORT. ' On Saturday next sawing and chop ping contests will be held at South port. A large number of axemen and sawyers will be competing, as the events will give the contestants some match practice for the Huonville sports the following Monday. '. The popularity of the Southport meeting is recognised by a large following of spoitsmen, and this year's gathering is likely to prove larger than usual. In the evening a dance will be held in the local hall. . The sports will be under the management of Messrs P. A. Reimers and V; Thorne.

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BIRTHDAY CONGRATULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 29 March 1934

BIRTHDAY CONGRATULATIONS. Yesterday Mrs L. M. Linnell, of Huonville, celebrated her 88th birth-' day, and received a host of congratu- ; latory letters, telegrams, and other', kindly remembrances. Mrs Linnell j continues to enjoy fairly good health, ' and leads a most active life. Be-j sides, attending to household duties, ' she still finds time and the inclina-J tion to do much needlework of a ! particularly- difficult and attractive j nature, and delights to discuss with her many friends any new designs in this class of handiwork.

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
MATRON RETIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 29 March 1934

MATRON RETIRES. Miss J. B. P. Power, who has been a member of the Public Service for 44 years, and matron of the Mental Diseases Hospital, at New Norfolk for 39 years, was tendered a farewell by the staff of the institution. Among, those present were the Chief Secretary (Mr Claude James) and the Public Service Commissioner (Mr R. J. Meagher) , who congratulated Matron Power on her long and' ef ficient service, and wished her every ;happiness in her. retirement.

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
FRUIT ON HOBART WHARVES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 29 March 1934

FRUIT ON HOBART WHARVES. At yesterday's meeting of the Ho- ! bart Marine Board it was resolved j that the board, under by-laws, ac- \ cepts no responsibility for damage , to or loss of cargo while on the j wharves, and is of the opinion it is for. those interested in cariro to take , the necessary steps for the preven 1 tion of pillaging. This decision was I the result of a request from the Agricultural Department that the Board should take steps to prevent the theft of fruit delivered to the Hobart wharves for shipment to overseas or interstate markets.

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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Lucaston Sports TO BE HELD EASTER MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 29 March 1934

Lucaston Sports TO BE HELD EASTER MONDAY. The annual sports meeting, under the management of the Lucaston Sports Club, will be held at Huon ville on Easter Monday, 2nd April, and promises to be a record success. The committee have made complete arrangements for the carrying out of the extensive programme, which they published a couple of months ago, and competitors have liberally i'e sponded in all branches of sport, with the exception of the trots, which ?have not yet been declared. Chop pers, pedestrians, and cyclists are represented by some of the most prominent p'erfoimers in the State. An additional attraction to the day's events will be the appearance of Miss June Smith, Tasmania's cham pion woman runner, who will give an exhibition run1, with the Huon' Champion, Miss Eula Hay, of Frank lin. This event will take place shortly after 2 p.m. ' Three loud speakers will be in stalled at suitable points around the arena, so that the different events will be described as they ai%e in...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 29 March 1934

KODAK-Film . FRANKLIN TOWN HALL. EUCHRE ^& DANCE MONDAY, APRIL 2. Music by Cygnet Joyspread.ers Proceeds in aid of St. John's Church. Supper. Admission, 2s. ¥ports AT SOUTHPORT SATURDAY, MARCH . 31. DOUBLE-HANDED SAWING MATCH. UNDERHAND CHOP. ' SINGLE-HANDED SAWING MATCH. Sweepstake, , 3s with entry, '2s on acceptance. DANCE IN THE EVENING P. Ai REIMERS, V. THORNE, Managers. FRANKLIN FOOTBALL CLUB. APPLICATIONS will be received until TUESDAY; 10th April, for the position of Boundary Um pire for the 'Senior Matches. Ap plicants to' state remuneration re quired. I. M. YEATES, Hon. Sec.-F.F.C. j HUON FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. A NNUAL General Meeting of the above Association will be held in the Huonville Town Hall . on ? THURSDAY, 5th April, 1934, at 7.30 p.m., the retiring Committee to meet prior to the General Meeting, and i the incoming Committee to meet after the General Meeting. Business of General Meeting. , 1. Confirmation of minutes. 2. Adoptionf of report and balance sheet....

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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APPLE PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 29 March 1934

APPLE PROSPECTS, Few seasons have presented -more difficulties .to apple growers in the estimation of their probable yield than the present one, and even,' late. as it is now the crop cannot , be stated with any degree of certainty. This exceptional position not only ap plies to Tasmania, but to all the pro ducing States of the Commonwealth. Early this month the Commonwealth Statistician published a statement- *to' the effect that the probable yield for Tasmanfir this season would be 4J million bushels of ' apples, and 200,000 of pears. The apple yield was estimated to be 90,000 bushels more than the 1933. season, and it is interesting to note that while some' varieties increase others are on the decrease. The figures for the two seasons are set out as follows, the quantities referred to being bushels: 1933., 1934 Sturmer .. .. 1,239,000 1,125,000 N.Y.P: (Cleo. ) 481,000 504,000 : Jonathan .. 626,000 652,000 S.W.P. (S.P.N.) 410,000 - 419,000 French Crab . . 313,000 ' 347,000 Democra...

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Cricket RIVAL APPLE HOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 29 March 1934

Cricket RIVAL APPLE HOUSES. Last Saturday a cricket match that attracted a lot of interest was played at Franklin between teams represent . ing Barnett's and Welling's apple packing houses. The former batted first and. knocked up 121 (R. P. Bar nett 20, N. Johnston 41, W. Price 3, F. Pitzpatiick 2, B. Barnett 20, J. Carroll 3, N. Howard 13, J. Watson 1, S. Warren, 0, M. Killalea 0, R. Taylor 0.) N. Thomas was the most j successful bowler, taking five wickets ? including the 'hat trick.' I Welling's team made 80 (E. Fitz- ' maurise 27, G. Gallagher 1, N. j - Thomas 4, T. Weldon 13, J. O'Beirns j 0, S. Calvert 8, M. Brennan 2, R. I Welling 6, L. Gabbity 5, D. Heffer- ' nan 1. N. Johnston was the most j successful bowler, taking four wick ets. Barnett's team won by 41 runs. The teams were entertained to afternoon tea by the ladies.

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

Coming Events March' 29 — School Entertainment, St. John's Hall, Franklin. March 31 — Lucaston Tennis Dance, . Ranelagh Memorial Hall. April -2 (Easter Monday) — Dance, Franklin Town Hall. Cygnet Joy ? * spreaders' Orchestra. April 7— Hockey Dance, Ranelagh Memorial Hall. April 7 — Orpheus ? Club . Concert, Glen Huon Hall. - ' April 24— Anzac Ball, Cygnet Town : Hall. May, 12 — Annual May Ball, Drill Hall, Cygnet. June 13— A.I.F ? Ball, Huonville Town Hall. THE Huon & Derwent Times THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1934.

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CYGNET DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 29 March 1934

CYGNET DISTRICT ASSOCIA TION. The 1933-34 premiershiD was won by the Glenburn Club, with ? Slab ; Road Club runners-up. The closing ' of the season was celebrated! by a dinner given by Mr and Mrs M. R. ' Freney, at the Imperial Hotel. Be tween 40 and 50 club members and . delegates attended. , ?? The association chairman (Mr J. A. Fisher) tendered the sincere thanks of the association clubs to the Host and Hostess. He also ex tended congratulations to the Glen r . burn Club on winning the premier ship. Mr Freney responded on be -..:'? half of himself and Mrs Freney. Mr P. Kirsley, chairman of the Slab Road Club, congratulated Glen burn on their success. Mr C. C. Wills, captain of Glenburn, re sponded suitably. After the dinner the party ad journed to the lounge, where musical .numbers'. and recitations were very ably rendered by several of the cricketers. A very enjoyable even ing was spent.

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THE BOOTMAKER'S PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 29 March 1934

THE BOOTMAKER'S PROBLEM. ? A Huon bootmaker recently re ceived a pair of boots with a note in side, specifying the repairs that the owner wanted to have effected :— 'You will find a pear- of boots that wants you to sew them both ends; aim- wciiii& you . lo .near .mem, ana wants you to peg their waist, but ( don't let them out. After pegging them send them along withput cash. Do em as 'soon as. can as i got no uppeis to walk oh.'

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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Sporting Notes SCHOOL SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 29 March 1934

? * ? Sporting* Notes SCHOOL SPORTS. On Saturday, 7th April, a visit .will be paid to Franklin -by a contingent of scholars from the New Town State School, in charge of Mr V. R. Long, head teacher. The1 children will take part in a series of contests in running, baseball, etc.,- and will be entertained to dinner and afternoon | tea by the members of the Franklin . Parents and Friends' Association. At the meeting of the latter body last Monday evening, preliminary i arrangements were made for the Anzas Day sports, the ladies having j decided to conduct an afternoon tea \ stall, and to provide meals free of i charge for the Dover, Raminea, and Hythe school children, who will be taking part in the sports. A dance will be held in the Town Hall in the night of the sports.

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Current Topics PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 29 March 1934

Current Topics PERSONAL. The many Huon .friends of Mr J. P. Piggott, general manager of the Port Huon Fruitgrowers' Co-op. As sociation Ltd., will regret to learn that he has been suffering a severe illness for the past few weeks, and is making rather slow progress to wards recovery.

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

KODAK SAME-DAY SERVICE DEVELOPING ^^ ' $0^fe & PRINTING ' ^|^iij| Kodak made your films in ^V^sjj'^rf' ^s^lFx^^L the first place-naturally, '^^^^^^^»^' Kodak knows best how to ^B^ 4^^^^ develop and print them. ^^%^^^ Leave your films at Kodak and you will get ^^ prints that will show real Kodak quality — i Every snap is marked 'Kodak Print' on the back as your guarantee. Look for these words. ^^^ Leave films 10 a.m. Prints ready 5 p.m. fcdfch^^ S/y^NPv A 1/ (AUSTRALASIA) -?HZSL IXVJUAIVPTY LTD. H^^^^^^^^^^^^^w 45 Elizabeth Street, Hobart. NOTICE. TO RESIDENTS OF GEEVESTON AND DISTRICT. A NEW PHARMACY has been opened at Geeveston. Prescriptions Dispensed, all Patent Medicines, etc., kept in stock. M. FLYNN, Proprietor. 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. '* , 49 Clark & Jesse r 49 WHO EXERT EVERY EFFORT TO GET THE LAST PENNY. ALL SALES PERSONALLY CONDUCTED....

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Apple Production COMPARISON OF COSTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 29 March 1934

Apple Production COMPARISON OF COSTS. During the discussions at the re cent conference of the Directors of Agriculture held at Hobart, the question of the . relief afforded ? by the Commonwealth Government to fruitgrowers was mentioned, and rftfpvp.np.o was mads tn the diificultv of interpreting fairly the term 'ne- cessitous' as applied to orchardists. A motion was agreed to. that for the purposes of the Fruitgrowers' Relief Act a necessitous fruitgrower should be regarded as 'one who, in respect of any export shipment of apples and pears, failed to obtain a net return of 2s or less a bushel case, off the trees and ready for packing.' The motion -was forwarded to the Federal Government with the request that consideration should be given to ' adopting the interpretation for the purposes of the Act.' A reply has' been received by the Director of Agriculture- (Mr F. E. Ward) from the Secretary of thei Prime Minister's Department that the suggestion has been noted and would be consider...

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

PEOPLE'S CASH COLUMN Three lines, per insertion .... is. Each additional line, 3d per inser tion.; For not less than three months, 1/6 per inch per insertion TO LET, in Franklin, Dwelling and Shop. Apply Trustees late W. J. Thomas's Estate, c/o W. H. Pitt, Huonville. WANTED to Sell, Electric Stove, Hot Point, 3 Plates and Oven, splendid order. Owner cannot use, as removed outside electric light area. Cost £39. Cash offer invited. No. 146, 'Huon Times' Office. WANTED to Buy, small quiet Pony, suitable for young chil dren. Best price to No. 147, 'Huon Times' Office. ' ; Yy ANTED, Representative to can vass for Sydney' Fruit Agent: Apply No. 148, 'Huon Times.' \\TE are now in a position to sup ply 15/30 h.p. McCormick Deering power units. Re-conditioned, for case mill work. Undoubtedly the most1 powerful, reliable, economical, and the cheapest power ever offered for this class of work. Full particu lars on application to Robt. Nettle fold, Hobart, and Launceston, or C. P. Skinner, Huon...

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