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Matron J. Power LONG RECORD OF FAITHFUL WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 5 April 1934
Matron J. Power LONG RECORD OF FAITHFUL WORK. A social farewell was tendered Miss Power at the Mental Hospital, New Norfolk on Monday evening last, to mark' hex- retirement from the seivic^ after a period of 44 years, 40 of which she officiated as matron. , The function was held in the nurses' quarters, the large dining room, which was brilliantly lighted and decorated for the occasion. The hospital band, conducted byx Mr W. Meikle, played selections ? on the lawn, and as a commencement a pleasant little function took place on the wide verandah, when a bouquet was presented Miss Power, and a guard of honor, composed of nurses, formed, between' the ranks of which Miss Power, and guests paissed1 into the hall. . . . . ?- ? ? Among those present were the Chief Secretary, (Mr C. E. James) the Public Service -'Commissioner (Mi ll. J. Meagher),' Messrs. V. W. Shoo bridge, H. A; Warner, and H. P. Onr slow, Mrs H. H. Anderson, Rev. and Mrs Brammall, Rev. Father Adlum, and Dr. G. Read, Drs. ...
Cygnet CONCERT AND DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 5 April 1934
Cygnet CONCERT AND DANCE. A concert organised, by Miss .Mary Davies, in aid of the funds of the Roman Catholic Church was held in the Cygnet Town Hall on1 Easter Monday night, and was a great suc cess. The programme included a pianoforte duet by Miss Davies and Mr R. Blackburn; songs by Mes dames Leo Fisher and C. C. John stone, and the Misses Lila Harvey, F. Lawler-, Gard and Waller; fancy dances by the Misses J. Cockerill and D. Cradock; a minuet by the Misses P. and G. Dalco; a one-act play, en- ? titled1 'A Question of Ownership,' played by Mrs C. Cradock and the s Misses E. Dillon, P. Dalco, and' J. Cockerill; and a tableau by the pupils of the Cygnet Convert School, 'The Guardian Angel.' Father A. Cullen thanked all pre sent for their support, and the ar tists for their help. The door takings amounted to £19 10s. At the conclusion of the con cert the floor was cleared, and the evening was concluded with dancing. PERSONAL. The many friends of the Rev. W. F. Hambly, M.A., who wa...
THE COMING ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 5 April 1934
. THE COMING ELECTIONS. Already candidates for the com ing State elections are announcing their intentions and views on matters political. For the Franklin Division there will be a large list to select from, those who have announced their willingness to contest the elec tion including the six sitting mem bers: — Hon. H. S. .Baker (Attorney General), Sir John Evans (Speaker), Messrs A. C. Seabrook, A G. Ogilvie, K.C., B. Watkins, and J. J. Dwyer, V.C. Other aspirants will probably be Dr. N. G. Abbott, Messrs A. E. Beard, B. 0. Plummer, C. Frost, E. Brooker, and Mrs O. M. Calvert.
NEW NORFOLK ON TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 5 April 1934
- NEW NORFOLK ON TOUR. ; The New Norfolk Cricket Club on Frid&y journeyed to the North East during the holidays, playing Scotts dale on Saturday, and St. Helens on Monday. The cricket at both places was of a high standard. Scores: — NEW NORFOLK. A. iRrown, b Robinson. ' .. .. .9 D, Swanin, b Robinson . 21 M. jillett, b French .... .... 1 M.' Limbrick, c and/b French . 12 L. Mollineaux, b Chappell . . . . 10 M. Mollineaux, c Sellers, b French 40 R.- Swann, lbw, b Chappell .... 5 E-. Swann, c Elcoate, b French 18 G..Hardie, b Robinson) . . .... 10 A. Traill, b French ? ? ? ? 1 N. Salter, not out ? ? . . 3 ^Sundries .. .. 11 Total ? ? .. .. 141 Boiling: A. Robinson, '3 for 39; D. -French, 5 for 34; K. Sellers, 2 for 17. , SCOTTSDA.LE. F: iessant, b Jillett ? ? 9 D. French, lbw, b Jillett .... 4 K. Sellers, c Swann, b E. Swansn 39 Dr. 'Elcoate, c Brown, b Jillett . 8 Ail 'Robinson, c Limbiick, ? b , . Swanri . '. . . .32 W. Farrell, st. L. Mollineaux, b' -Brown . . .... .... . ....
Cricket LADIES' MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 5 April 1934
Cricket LADIES' MATCH. , The first between teams of ladies wst3 played on the Grove cricket ground on March 10th, when Moun tain River defeated Grove by 16 tuns, the scores being, Grove 124, ^Mountain River 140. The best play-, ers were Miss Beattie Oates, who to'ok five wicket and made 51 runs for Mountain River, while for Grove Mrs Don Nutting made 52, and Mrs Jack Talbot took seven wickets. The '.eturn match was played at Mountaini River on Saturday March 24th. The scores were as follows: — * GROVE. Rita Woolley, b B. Oates .... 4. Mrs D. Nutting, b I. Scmidt . . 0 Ijeila Schmidt, c and b I. Schmidt 4 Bessie Harriss, run out . . . . i . 0 Mrs' J. Talbot, b Iris Schmidt: . 9 Mrs J. Bell, b B. Oates ? 7 Mrs V. Schmidt, b Iris Schmidt 2 Emily Lovell, b B. Oates . . ... 0 Mrs T. Harriss, b Iris Schmidt . 6 Mrs T. Tuffin, b I. Schmidt . . 2 Mrs J. Page, not out ...... 0 Sundries .. ? ? 33 ?V'' Total .. .. .. . 1 67 MOUNTAIN RIVER. Mona Schmidt, b R. Woolley . 0 Ivy Grundy, b R. Woolle...
Cygnet Council APRIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 5 April 1934
Cygnet Council APRIL MEETING. The monthly meeting of the Cyg net Council was held at the council chambers,' Cygnet to-day. Present: Warden A. Davies, Crs. F. P. Coad, G. C. Horsley, W. Gordon, A. Wolfe! E. Norris, G. Welling, the council ) clerk (Mr C. C. Johnston), and In spector A. Blackburn. The Public Works Department no tified that they were of the opinion that under modern traffic conditions the jetty at Herlighy's was not war i anted, and that it was not proposed to renew it; that the inspector haa been instructed to report on the condition of Drip jetty; that as there was a metalled road- to the properties of Messrs Direen and O'Neill, and as the cost of the suggested road would be £275, the department does not piopose to give these settlers an ad ditional outlet to their properties; that the department did not con sider an expenditure on the road to 0. B. Morris1 property, Cradoc, was justified, as the formation was fairly sound, although about seven chains of it was not me...
Ketch Aristides PROGRESS AT DOVER. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 5 April 1934
Ketch Aristides ... r PROGRESS AT DOVER. Good progress is being made with the work of lengthening the large Hobart-owned interstate trading ketcli Aristides, at present lying on the slipways at Dover, and which is being lengthened by some 20 feet. As previously described in this paper, the intricate and interesting work of lengthening a ship consists of sawing it in half crosswise, and then hauling the two seyered ends or halves apart lengthwise, the distance required to be lengthened, and then building in to the 'cut' with new work. For the past two months the ship wrights have been continuously working on the vessel, and almost all the heavy ribs and timbers have been placed in position, and approximately half the planking of the sides com pleted. The undertaking has caused much local interest, and also some wonderment, especially amongst those unacquainted with ships or such a venture. Naturally extreme skill, on the part' of the shipwright is re quired in a work of this nature, ...
UPPER DERWENT SEASONAL WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 5 April 1934
UPPEft DERWENT : , SEASONAL WORK. .The weather continues to be fine and very pleasant, with cold nights. Hop picking is over, and most of the | pickers have returned to their homes. Orchardists are very busy with their apples, and large consignments of fruit are being sent away regularly from the district. . TEMPORARY BRIDGE. The temporary bridge, which is to be built to convey traffic while the new Derwent bridge is being con structed, will1 be commenced very shortly. The structure is to be on the north side of the present bridge. The Derwent River is at a very low level at present, and many creeks are dry. , CHURCH ARMY. . Captain Jameson, of the Church Army, held a lantern service in the Upper Derwent Hall on Good' Friday evening. This concluded the hop fields mission, which has been a most successful effort. CRICKET. Members of the Upper Derwent Association thoroughly enjoyed their short visit to Queenstown last week end, when they played a match with the Lyell Association. Lyel...
GORMANSTON v. NEW NORFOLK. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 5 April 1934
GORMANSTON ▼. NEW NORFOLK. . - ? . ? A iteaiji of Gormanston cricketers jour'n'eyed to New Norfolk on Satur day, arid played a very enjoyable match against the New Norfolk Junior Association. The visitors were entertained at' the 'Swimming and. Life Saving Club dance in the evening.' Scores: — NEW NORFOLK. D. Wells, b Risely ? ? ? 6 J. Wilton, c and b Risely . . . . 41 A. Lacey, c McEachern, b Risely 0 G. Pye, c McGlade, b Risely . . 7 M. Green, b Risely ? ? ? 1 S. Shone, c J. McGlade, b E. . McGlade ? 12 A. Gossage, b McEachern .. . . 23 R. Fuller, b McEachern . . . . 6 A. -Clarl^, not out ? 20 V. Swann, run out ........ 26 B.' McGuinness, lbw, b Chandler 1 ..^Sundries .. ? ? 16 , --.' Total .. ? ? ? ? li? GORMANSTON. E. Collins, run out ? ? 59' S. McEachern, c McGuinness, b ' '?- Gossage ? ? ? 57 E. Risely, b Gossage ? 0 D. Temple, lbw, b Gossage . . . 6 E. McGla'de, b Gossage . . .... 2 W.-Tremayne, st. Lacey, b Swann 39 A. Soirimers, run out .....; 0 'A. Chandler, st. Lacey, b S...
ST. HELENS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 5 April 1934
: ? ' ST. -HELENS. C: T. ''Thompson, b Swann . . . . 11 I. Morling, st. Mollineaux, b Swann ? ; . .... 37 W. Colman, st. Mollineaux, b Swann ? ? ? 27 J. Macmichael, c Lewis, b Swann 18 L. Dwyer, run out ? 25 A. Whittaker, c Lewis, b Swann 11 J. Morlinig, st. Mollineaux, b M. Mollineaux ? 8 S. Salter, b Swann . .. . - .... 20 B. Thompson, not out .. .. .. 2 J. Riley, c D.'Hill, b Swann . . 0 M. McGuinness, st. Mollineaux, ' b' Swann ? ? ? 4 Sundries .. ? ? ? 12 5 » ? ? Total .... .... . .175 Bowling: E. Swann, 8 for 57; M. Mollineaux, 1 for 8. ? NEW NORFOLK. D. Swann, c Morling, b Riley . / 10 A. Brown, c Thompson, ? b Riley 0 M. Limbrick, c Thompson, b ? Dwyer ? 7 E. Swann, c Morling, b Dwyer . 8 M. Mollineaux, b Dwyer .. .. '40 L. Mollineaux, b 'Morling . . . . . 7 D. Hillj c Thompson, b Dwyer 51 M. Lewis, b Riley .. .. ... .. 10 D. Espie, b Riley .. .. 4 W- Henderson, c Thompson, ; b Dwyer ? ? ? ? -? 2 K. Smith, not out ........ 2 Sundries .. .. .. .. .. 3 . ~ Total ? ? ? 144 Bowl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 5 April 1934
MUNICIPALITY OF PORT CYGNET. ANNUAL ELECTION OF COUN CILLORS. ^TOTICE is hereby given that on and after Monday, April 9, 1934, until four of the clock in the afternoon of Thursday, April 12, 1934, any Two Electors duly quali fied to vote at the Election may, in: writing, stating the respective names and residences, nominate for a Ward, to tlie Returning Officer for such Ward, at the Council Chambers, Cyg net, one other qualified elector, whose written consent to be so nominated shall be appended thereto, in the places of Councillor Arthur Davies for the Cradoc Ward, Councillor Frank Coad for the Cygnet Ward, arid Councillor Alfred Wolf for the Welsh Ward, who retire, but are eligible for re-election. If more than one Elector is nomi nated for any one Ward a Poll will be taken on THURSDAY, April 26, 1934, at the Polling Places to be hereafter published, commencing at 12 o'clock noon, and closing at 7 o'clock in the afternoon. Dated at Cygnet this 27th day of March; 1934. C. CAMPBELL ...
Personal [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 5 April 1934
Personal Mr August Schmidt, sen., of.. Grove, Huon, who died on November: 24, left estate of the value of £4569 (£4223 net) to his wife and chil dren. During the Easter holiday Mr and Mrs Long, foimerly of Franklin, but now of New Town, visited former Huon friends. Mr Long has not quite recovered trom the ac cident he met with during the Christ-': mas holidays when he injured his neck by diving in a shallow of one of the beaches of the Huon River. During the holidays, among the visitors from Hobait and Launces ton, who visited the Huon were seve ral bowlers, who called on officers of the Huon Bowling Club, and congratulated them on their enter prise. One gentleman, was so pleased at the establishment of the club that he asked to be enrolled as a debenture holder.
LUCASTON SPORTS CLUB ANNUAL MEETING AT HUONVILLE. LARGE ATTENDANCE AND MANY EXCITING FINISHES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 5 April 1934
LUCASTON SPORTS CLUB ANNUAL MEETING AT HUONVILLE. I LARGE ATTENDANCE AND MANY EXCITING FINISHES. The annual sports meeting, under the management of the Lucaston ' Sports Club, was held- on the Huonville recreation ground on Monday last,' and, as usual, attracted a very large number of spectators, visitors being present from Hobaart and suburbs, the Derwent ? Valley, and all parts of the Huon. The gate receipts, however, were few pounds short of last year. The ground was in excellent order for the various events, ' although 'everyone would have been better pleased if there had previously been enough rain to produce the usual growth of grass that covers the oval at this time of the year. There was slight wind in the early part of the day that varied from westerly to northerly, and' the sky was overcast all day. Rain commenced to fall shortly after 4 p.m., and continued for about half an hour. It was not sufficient to do much good to vegeta tion, and made those who had left home withou...
THE VALUE OF TRENCHING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 5 April 1934
THE VALUE OF TRENCHING. To maintain tlie fertiiity of soil, if crops of first , quality be desired of either fruit, . flowers .or. vegetables, and ?more especially, for the farm garden, it is essential that portions of ground be trenches or double dug periodically to attain, this object. .. r No,, amount of -niariiiring. can equal deep ^cultivation .or?.act as -a substitute. . Trenching makes for freer drainage, ;the outlet of injurious acids and the inlet of light and air, and the purifi cation 'of the soil, &nd more food avail able to plants. A good layer of garden 'refuse, such as weeds, leaves, pea haulm, stems and herbaceous plants, should be placed in the bottom of the trench, with a good dressing of manure near ?the1 top spit. The conditions thus afforded ,of cool .liess and moisture, favorable to the vigorous and healthy root growth of plants,, enables them to come through dry periods as good crops and little impaired. '
THE NEW BANK OF ENGLAND. An Impregnable Fortress. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 5 April 1934
. THE NEW, BANK OF , ENGLAND. An Impregnable ,F6rtress. n,ew home now. being ..built ..in - London -for ''The Old Lady of Thread peedle Street,' . will be the world's biost impregnabie fortress. , ' t Of the rebuilt bank's many won ders, the chief, perhaps, are its vaults, in' which' there is 'room ? for £1,000,000,000 worth of gold bullion. The vaults lie sixty feet, below the street, and have been built to with stand assault, bombardment,- dyna mite and flood. Covernng' four acres, the new'Bank is being constructed' to .last at least 1000 years. It was begun in 1924' and Will riot be finished until 1936, by which time between £5,000,000 and £6,000,000 will have been- spent on it; , ? 'i Lofty halL?? lined- 'With; pillars ofrrare black .-marbldt; and a maehinery^rbbin running 'the Svhole ' wid(!h-,:of -thei build- ' ing' are amdrtg'''ihe^wbndeif^(i'the^ri^-' built bank. The Old Lady of Thread needle Street is the only English barik authorised - to issue paper money, and in its new ...
CINDERELLA'S ORIGIN. A Universal Heroine. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 5 April 1934
CINDERELLA'S' ORIGIN. A- Universal- Heroine. - - Cinderella,, the little ' Cinder Girl, heroine of one of the oldest and most popular pantomimes, is a universal heroine. There are about 400 ver sions of Cinderella, and, no matter where you travel, whether it be in Arctic Lapland, in the warm Southern Seas, in Japan or China, India or Ice-' land, Sardinia or Cyprus, Finland or the West Indies, South Africa or Cey lon, you will hear of Cinderella. . The actual stories may have slight variations of our own familiar theme, which is a translation of Perrault's 'Cendrillon' (and it must be remem bered that- the glass slipper we associ ate with Cinderella is merely due to a mistranslation of pantoufle en vair , — a fur slipper, which was confused in . the translation with en verre — ? glass), but in all the variations we - f-find the little Cind,er Girl has youth and beauty which arouses the jealousy ; of cruel and unscrupulous relatives, and usually there is a prince, or some 'being posse...