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CHURCH NOTICES. FRANKLIN— [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 29 March 1934

CHURCH NOTICES. FRANKLIN— '? ! . ? Methodist. — Goodt Friday, Frank lin, 7.45 p.m. Easter Sunday, Frank lin, 11 and 7; Braeside,: 3. Rev. F. A. Plumb. ? Glen Huon, 3; Mr H. W.. Solomon. ' -Church of England, Holy Thurs day,— St. Peter's, 7. Good Friday.' St.- James, 9.30; St. John's, 7.30 p.rii. (Story of the Cross). Easter Day. — St. James, 8 a.m. and' 7 p.m. ; St. John's, 9.30 ?a.m.; St. Peter's, 11 (dedication of new'furniture) Aioun tain River, 3 p.m. GEEVESTON— Church of England.— Geeveston, 8, 11 and 7 (sacred solo, Mrs N. G. Abbott). Glendevie, 9.15; Hospital Bay, 3 p.m. Rev. J. D. S. Daish, Rector. Congregational — Geeveston, 11 and 7; Shipwrights Point, 3; Rev. J; F. Dickinson. Cairns .Bay, no ser vic; Surges Bay, 3.30; Mr A: T. Ham mond. ?-.'.. CYGNET— Methodist— Lymington, 11; Nich olls Rivulet, 3.; Cygnet, 7. Rev. C. O. Leigh Cook, B.A. Catholic— Masses at Cygnet, 8.30 and 11. , Devotions, Pelverata, 3; Cygnet, 7.30. Rev. A- Cullen, P.P. Church of England.— Cygnet, 8, 11...

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

Geeveston ? «. ? GOLF. The annual meeting . of the Associates of the Geeveston Golf Club was held on Wednesday evening of last week. The- presi dent (Mrs Richard Geeves) pre sided, and there was a good at tendance. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: — president, Mrs K. (ieeves; secretary, Mrs L. C. Stubs; captain, Mrs N. Geeves; committee, Mrs N. G. Ab bott, Misses G. Nicholas and P. Ben nett. Opening day was held on the links on Saturday afternoon, when, ' although the weather proved un- 1 comfortably wet and cold, there was1 a fairly good attendance of mem bers, associates and visitors. As a j result of competitions held amongst the members, the winners were L. C. ' Stubs and J. Nicholas. BUSH FIRE RELIEF. A social afternoon, in aid of bush fire l'elief funds, was held in the . supper room of the Town Hall on ' Wednesday afternoon of last week. It was organised by Mrs E. Burgess (wife of the Warden of Esperance) and_} other lady helpers. The sum raised by a ...

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At the Theatres THE PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 29 March 1934

At the Theatres THE PRINCE. RKO Radio Pictures' dramatisation of Louisa M. Alcott's 65-year-old classic best seller, 'Little Women,' brings to accurate and authentic life, all the beloved characters made fam ous by the author. Louisa Alcott, who included herself in the story as Jo, one of the Little Women, is in terpreted* by the brilliant new star, Katherine Hepburn, who heads the cast of 20 principals. The other little women, Meg, Amy and Beth, are interpreted by Francis Dee, Joan Bennett and Jean Parker respect ively. ? '? ' ' All the delightful, lovable charac ters of the novel walk out of the pages and re-enact this beautiful story about all that is simple, power ful and good in home life. Grumpy old Aunt Mai'ch storms and stresses, and crabs as of yore in the person of Edna May Oliver; honorable and povable Fritz Bhaer, who finally wins Jo's heart, is enacted by Paul Lukas; Lauiie, the irrepressible, impression able boy nexb door, who wooed Jo but married Amy, is interpreted b...

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

NEW HUON Huon theatre patrons are offered splendid holiday entertainment at the New Huon Theatre this week end, when four outstanding pic tures will be presented on Easter Saturday and) Monday. On Satur day the principal attraction is 'Jack's the Boy,' starring that popular comedian Jack Hulbert, who will be remembered for his excellent work as the bank porter in 'Sunshine Susie.' The second attraction is a magnificent film of a recent British exploration of the Arctic, and is en titled 'Northern Lights.' It is a most entertaining and instructive picture. On Easter Monday will be presented another excellent British comedy, 'To-night's the Night,' starring Leslie Fuller, .who is well known for his clever comedy, which never fails to keep the audience in a merry mood. On the same pro-! gramme is 'The R£dio Parade,' which features more than 50 famous B.B;C. radio stars. ',,

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

NEW HUON I THEATRE j Easter Saturday 1 JACK HULBERT- ? The Popular Comedian of ' StinsHiive St*sie ' in | 'JACK'S THE BOY' ALSO ? 'NORTHERN LIGHTS.' The wonderful film of Arctic exploration. i EASTER MONDAY LESLIE FULLER in the Comedy 'TONIGHT'S THE NIGHT' Also the picture with 50 Stars 'RADIO PARADE' Benefit Night for Lucaston Sports & Huonville Hall

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

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

Will forms on sale 'Huon Times' Office, 1/- each.

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

POSER. An Irishman in London saw some : pictures in a photographer's window. One was of a young man after he had attended a fancy-dress dance in Me phistophelean costume. r After looking at it for some time he went into the shop and said he wanted . a picture of his brother and himself taken on one card. The photographer asked when his brother would be along. . 'Oh, he's in Bristol,' was the reply. 'And how,' said the photographer, 'can you expect me to take the photo graph of a man who is in Bristol?' 'Well,' said the Irishman, 'I'd like to know how you took Satan's picture. '» Did you meet him here?' ;

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MYSTERY DOCTORS IN THE WILDS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 29 March 1934

MYSTERY DOCTORS IN; THE '- . WILDS. '; : There are medical specialists . in Harley-street, the world's greatest centre of medicine, to-day who live on sardines and tea in back rooms. They are fighting their w,ay to great careers. But up and down the world I have met men who once achieved the reputation, the big fees and the luxury of Harley-street and suddenly buag it all away to become wandering doc'tors. It may be that some of these men.,, have left Harley-street because of a »t scandal. One or two have been struck off the register. But the great work they are doing in the world deserves some recognition. These doctors, how ever, are shy of recognition. It may bring the past to light again. I know that Haversham, who I met among the lepers of Robben Island, off the coast of Africa, was only too ready to forget the past. He consumed a bottle of raw Cape brandy between r sunset and sunrise. Haversham inoculated and ampu tated some fifty lepers daily. 'D'you know, I've been four year...

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HARD LUCK. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 29 March 1934

HARD 'LUCK. ' ''Most of the youths of the neighboi' hood attended the charity bazaar, and one* 'by one tliey drifted to a stall where a tiny grey kid glove reposed oh a satin cushion. ... Attached to the cushion was a notice which rau:r 'At 7.30 this evening the owner of this glove will be pleased to kiss any person who bought a sixpenny ticket beforehand.'. Tickets were bought by the score, and at 7.30 a long row of young men had assembled outside the stall.! Then, punctual to the minute, old ToinPor son, the ipcal pork butcher, who is al niost as beautiful as a side, of bacon, stepped to the front of the stall. , 'Now, gents,' he said, 'this 'ere. glove belongs to me. I bought it this morning. I'm ready for you. Come on! Don't be bashful! One at a' time!' .' ' : . ' . The young man's face was flushed and his manner strangely, agitated. 'Miss Blanche,' he said, 'I hesitated about coming to you, but my feelings have overpowered me at last. Is it too much for me to ask: ? ' 'Go on,' ...

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

New Publications ' Pontifex, Son and Thorndyke,' by R. Austin Freeman (Hodder and St'oughton.)— An unusual andT most interesting novel has been given to readers in this recent work of R. Austin Freeman. How Dr. Thorn dyke -finally 'discloses the mystery surrounding the disappearance and death of Sir Edward Hardcastle is fascinating in its composition as a story. The author has given /us many interesting books 'centring round1 his' creation, Dr. Thorndkye, and! this particular one is especially good1.- Tov disclose anything of its ?story is to spoil a great deal of it — and ? so we leave it -with a recom mendation for its perusal. 'The Purple Ball,' by Frank L. Packard (Hodder and, Stoughtori.) — Someone on .board the motor yacht Nepenthe wants a mysterious purple ball (that passes from hand, to hand), so much that several people on1 board are' murdered for it. Everyone, is suspicious of the others, and1 . the final disclosure is not made until the final chapter, so that throughout t...

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

ATTENTION, TASMANIAN FRUITGROWERS. For Prompt Returns at Highest Market Rates, consign to J. W. BRYANT 210 GORDON MILNE, Proprietor. 910 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 Solves this problem season 'after. .season for scores of satisfied growers. If you are nqt.,aljeady(' in, th,e, band, join up at once. \ 1 ... — — ! ? ' ' 131 CITY FRUIT' MARKETS, SYDNEY. 131 APPLES! APPLES! H. C. LOCKART 1 LICENSED FARM PRODUCE AGENT, ? Is prepared to sell your Apples on the Sydney Market at best market rates and give you prompt returns. By marking your Cases 238 you w'^ ^e sure °* having done' the right thing. . H.C. LOCKART, Fruit Merchant, City Fruit Market, Sydney GUARANTEED BY FIDELITY BOND . OF £1000. A. MASOH & CO~ / THE DEPENDABLE FIRM LICENSED FARM PRODUCE AGENTS. CITY FRUIT MARKETS, SYDNEY SHIPPING NO...

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

AUSTRALIAN FRUIT AND Produce -Co. Ltd. /MEMBERS OF THE SELECTED AGENTS' ASSOCIATION. .' HEAD OFFICE: SYDNEY. SHIPPING No. ^^2 Branches at -Newcastle (N.S.W.) and. Municipal Markets, Brisbane (Q.) ? . ?.'?]. ' SHIPPING No. g . All (Consignments receive prompt ? attention. ' Account Sales forwarded / - on completion of Sales. '?? . / ?? MR. V. IKIN, Hobai-t .Southern Representative. . / Correspondence Invited. . /' ? ' SHIP YOUR FRUIT TO ^ HOPKINS & LIPSCQMBE Proprietor: STANLEY H. POGSON. LICENSED FARM PRODUCE AGENT. MUNICIPAL MARKETS, SYDNEY. PROMPT' RETURNS. ' SHIPPING NO. Kg Bankers: Bank of N.S.W., Town Hall Branch, SYDNEY. J. & G. ROUGHLEY LICENSED FARM PRODUCE AGENTS. - s FRUIT EXCHANGE, BATHURST STREET, SYDNEY. , -BLOCK NO. 55 Established 1882! ' Highest , Market Prices. Consignments promptly acknowledged, and . . followed on clearance by Account Sales and Cheques. - ;' . ?' TRIAL CONSIGNMENT1 SOLICITED. '*-&f~~ ~~'\} Bankers: Bank of New South Wales, B...

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OFF THE SCENT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 29 March 1934

OFF THE SCENT. The girl, young and pretty, was about to take her first train journey , alone. She had been warned,, by her mother to be very careful and not to talk to strange men. At the station the porter said: 'Where are you going, miss?' 'To Manchester,' she replied. ' So he put her in the Manchester train. . . As the train moved off she sank back, in her seat with a smile. 'Ha, ha, I fooled him that time. I'm going to Bournemouth.' /He took her in his arms'. 'Oil fiai'lintr ' Ins TntirmnroH 'T lniro you madly. Please say you'll be mine. I'm not rich like Percival Brown, who has a car, a fine house, and a well stocked cellar; but I love you, and I cannot live without you!' Two soft arms stole around his neck. 'And I love you, too, darling; but; — will you introduce me to this man Brown?' -.-. Y. ? ' / - ' ? : ? ? ' ' , 'YOu don't seem to have a thought for anything -but motoring. Why don't you put. your wife before your car sometimes?' 'I'm scared of being found out.' -Wife (poi...

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TOC H. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 29 March 1934

TOC H. The New, Norfolk Toe H '?'group had a very pleasant time at their last week's meeting.1' There was a good attendance of members and probationers, including two padreb, and had the pleasure of entertaining several local visitors, including the Warden (Mr T. Andrews), Messrs W.x G. Cornock, W. Fleury, and A. Prentice, ' and ( members of the Mooriah group. During the evening there was a discussion concerning ' the distribu1 tion of the bush fire relief. The1 job master, Mr H. Wigston, reported on certain phases of work undertaken by the group, ': the Warden /helping with information and advice. Padre Delbridge entertained with a reading, and talk anent the situa tion in the East, known, by Britishers as the Far East, but 'to illustrate it is rather the Near East. He made special reference to Manchuria as the storm centre,' around : which the in fluences of Russia, China and Japan are in constant motion; , i A lob of home-made. N vocal music, plus a good supper, made the rest of ...

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TING-A-LING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 29 March 1934

TING-A-LING., - A man who had one drink too many saw a sign: 'Please ring the .'bell .for, the caretaker.' He walked up and gave the bell such a pull that it nearly came out by the roots. .. In a few minutes' an angry man ap peared at the door. 'Are you the caretaker?', asked the bell-puller. ? : . , 'Yes. What ;do you want?.'-' 'I saw the notice, so I rang the bell. Now I want to know why' you can't, ring it yourself.' Y ' The actor who was working jwas ap proached by a seedy colleague who was 'resting.' . . * YV^ ..-.-; \;Y-/.\/.. ? ',.'.-. 'Old boy,' said the latter, 'could you lend me ten bob for a spot of food?'- -V':':-'' ?.'-'? :;V ''-': ?'???: :' 'You're going to do yourself well, aren't you?' said the other, ? suspi ciously. 'What sort of, food ;;do you propose?'! ' 'Oh, fish, you know; fish.' 'What sort of fish— goldfish?!' ' ? 'Her husband was a : judge, wasn't he?»;_ ?-. .-? ??-. ? _Y ; - ::.--;-Y;;,.r; ;-.-,,; 'Everybody thought so till he mar ried her.' ! 'You are char...

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Control Boards PLAN TO ORGANISE FRUIT MARKETING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 29 March 1934

Control Boards PLAN TO ORGANISE FRUIT . MARKETING. Suggestions for the reozganisa tion of fruit marketing, including the preparation of a draft bill for pre sentation to Parliament to establish control boards, were made recently by Mr Williamson, M.L.C., of. Vic toria. He said that one cause of the present 'lamentable state of the fresh fruit industry was the lack of ? ef fective organisation. There was no representative body that could speak authoritatively for -the ? industry. What was needed was an -association representing all grower's. A ship ping agents' association could be formed without difficulty from the limited number of business' men con cerned. Given two organisations1 re presenting fully the two sections, it would be easy to. arrange for joint sittings, or a permanent joint com mittee to deal with matters ' of . com mon interest. ' - A bill had been drafted, Mr Wil liamson added, and would be- sub mitted to a , meeting of: growers. ; Its object was to provide for the ...

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THE MYSTERY OF LOUGH NA SUIL. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 29 March 1934

THE MYSTERY OF LOUCJH NA SUIL. Lough na Suil, a lake in Northern Ireland,, has terrified the simple vil lagers living near it by its recent alarming behavior. At the beginning of August it dried up — two hundred million gallons of water- vanished in a night, leaving thousands of dead fish strewn on. the lake bed. Tourists came from all sover Ireland to see the 'lost lake,' as it was called, and to have the experience of walking on ground that is normally thirty feet under water. ? . On August 29 the waters of the lake dramatically returned. A man walk ing on the bed of the lake in the even ing suddenly heard a loud explosion and was amazed lo see a fountain of earth and water burst suddenly from the shore. The water spread rapidly, and the startled tourist had to run for his life. By the time he had reached safety a lake a thousand feet in diam eter had formed. The 'lost' lake had returned. Scarcely had the news of this re markable reappearance been received, than the enchanted loug...

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BEST FILMS IN 1933. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 29 March 1934

BEST FILMS IN. 19.33. Over 200 expert critics in U.S.A. made ' the final* judgment on what they considered the best films'* shown in 1933, taking into consideration the box office receipts, which, of course, indicate the public view. The first,, as may be expected, was 'Caval- cace,' then coming -.'4zna- street,' 'Private Life of Henry XIII.' 'State Fair,' and 'Lady for a Day.' In view of the latter- ranking so high in the list it' will be interesting to see1 lio.w 'Lady 'for a Day' will be re ceived in Tasmania when it is shown here. It is a Columbia production, in which the youngest and oldest celebrities achieve stardom in. , the same picture. These are Jean Parker, the 17-year-old actress, and May Robson,.. the grand old lady of' the stage, -who incidentally was born in Australia'. Stardom is not the result of patient effort. It is the reward of that genius which expresses -itself in masterpieces of the acting art. Cap able actors and actresses may .labor for years without being...

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A MEMORY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 29 March 1934

A MEMORY. A few days ago I saw him. He had only crossed my path once before dur ing the last ten years, and, as it was, I only caught a' glimpse of his red head as he scrambled on to the mov ing bus. The stream of traffic, the crowds of passers-by jostling on the pavement were' forgotten. I stood still and watched the bus moving along the busy thoroughfare, and my thoughts went whirling back to that April day in 1918; ... It was a cold, grey day. A grey sea, a grey sky, and grey ships, and it was war-time; The troopship was heading for France — the greatest adventure of my life was in front of me. An air ship sailed overhead keeping a sharp look-out for 'U' boats, and a couple of destroyers circle round and round the transport. J3ut_I and my pal and another were not interested in our guardians, for we were drawing lots to see who would return in safety to Blighty when the war was over. I- drew a blank. I sighed with relief. I was' reprieved. I had drawn the lucky slip— I should retu...

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