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EXPORT APPLES AND FAT LAMBS [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934

EXPORT APPLES AND FAT LAMBS. v Entries for the ' Orient . Steam Navigation Company's export -apple competition, will close on Wednesday next, the; 18th inst. The four cases for this'ycompetition must .be deliv-: '.ered1 to ^Messrs' H. Jones and: Co's. cool sto're/Jnot- later than Monlday, 2-3rd insbV.%One case of each variety will be.shipped:to London per R.M.S. Orama. .These will be judged in London, -and. sold on' exhibitor's, ac count; : the' other two cases will be cool-stored at Hobart until the Royal Agricultural 'Society's Show' in Oc? tober,. wheni they will be judged. The points awarded in London .and Ho bart will', be . added together, and_ the prizes .awarded to the exhibitor ' ob taining the highest aggregate points. The fust prize.' is a handsome silver cup presented by the Orient Com pany, second prize £3, azild third prize £1. '

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
LACHLAN DRY SPELL BROKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934

LACHLAN DRY SPELL BROKEN. Following a few days of dull over cast, weather, rain commenced to fall c-'n- Saturday morning, and continued heavil^; until Sunday mornings This is. the;jfirst rain of . any. quantity to fall at^ Lachlan for many months, and itywas most welcome , from every point df view. . Pastures which are particularly dry should soon .show signs of . improvement, also many places where grass seed was sown following. ;the bush fires of a -few months ago, will benefit greatly. . - The outlook for cattle owners is the worst on record'- in . the, Lachlan, so fas.' as wintering conditions are concerned. , Many - animals are al ready beingv stall fed, which means three extra- months of hand- feeding, as this tpractice is not ? usually in dulged in - until the' end of June. Much 'old- and very young stock will be lost. ' MOTOR SMASH. M'l D. Triffitt and' two companions had a remarkable escape Tfrom serious injury when .the car in which they were travelling from Hobart to New ...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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THE WEATHER [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934

THE WEATHER The weather bureau reports that general rain was recorded over Tas mania last week,, and good falls were registered, particularly over ? the niorth-eastern half of the State and on the ' West Coast. ? Up? to Si. inches were recorded., in the north-.eastern highlands and up to 2 h inches oh' the West Coast.' - In the south: amid : Der went Valley- most ! stations received less than an \ inch. Extremes - of temperature .at Hobart . during the week were 81.2 deg. . on 29th March and 45: deg. on 5th April; extremes for ' other parts of. the State were 80 deg. at Lauruceston on 31st March ?and 33' deg. at Miena on 2nd and 5th April: Rainfall at . southern sta tions was .as -(follows:- — Hamilton 45 points,' Bothwell 74; ; New Norfolk 20, Hobart: 15, Springs 39, Franklin 18, Hythe 33,' Cape. Bruni 36. The heaviest fall in the State was Goulds Country, 348. . - -

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Employers of Labor WORKERS' COMPENSATION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934

Employers of Labor WORKERS' COMPENSATION ACT. The following extracts are from ] Section 3 of the Workers' Compen sation Act, and are quoted for the inio'i'fiiation of-', employers: — (1.) Save as provided in 'Smbsec tion (4) of this Section, or by Sec tion Twelve of the Principal Act as to, schemes of compensation, it shall : be, obligatory for every employer to obtain from an insurer approved by the Governor a policy of accident in surance or indemnity for the full amount of his liability fo pay com pensation under the Principal Act to any worker or workers. (2.) Every employer who fails to comply with . this Section shall be liable , to a penalty of Two Pounds in respect of each uninsured' worker employed' by him, and, from and after the date of any conviction- for a contravention' of this section, such employer shall' be liable to further penalties of One Pound for, every week during which he fails to comply with this Section. . Insurance is compulsory as from the -1st April, 193...

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UNUSUAL FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934

UNUSUAL FISH. Duri»g the holidays fishermen;.;on the North. West Coast were losing tackle to such an extent that . ? they concluded- a school of sharks had made their appearance, but Mr Geo. Hill, says the 'Examiner,' with some special tackle caught and landed, after a good deal of trouble,', two fish which are visitors from the coast of-the mainland, as far north as the Great Barrier Reef. . They were bonita, which grow to a cwt.,: but average in warmer waters from ' 50. to 601bs. The two fish landed by i Mr ;Hilt weighed about , 301b. each. The flesh was as red as-steak. -Each, was 38 inchesi long. The bonita are 1 great fighters and' jump clear, of the water as soon as . they are struck. There is a school of them off Wright's Island nea.f Devonport. ;

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Cygnet Municipality THE YEAR'S ACTIVITIES REVIEWED BY WARDEN DAVIES [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934

* . * Cygnet Municipality THE YEAR'S ACTIVITIES REVIEWED BY WARDEN DAVIES At the meeting of the Cygnet Municipal Council last Thursday, Warden A. Davies said the day not only closed the municipal year, but also completed the period for which he had1 been elected as a representa tive ? of the Cradoc ward. He would be again offering' his services to the ratepayers as he was desirous of seeing one more work completed bei fore he retired from public life— the deep water jetty at Cygnet. Although Parliament had voted £9000 for the work owing to the policy of' keeping expenditure down to the lowest limits the Government has not yet authorised' the work to be put-- in hand. ? He had' had several interviews with the ex-Premier (Mr J. C. McPhee) arid Sir Walter Lee during -the past year and both these gentlemen said they were sympa thetic towards the project, but the finances of the 'State precluded any Such large expenditure. It seems that _ when the fruit growing indus try is in such a per...

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NEW NORFOLK HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934

NEW NORFOLK HOSPITAL. Matron Lade reported at the committee meeting of the New Nor folk Cottage Hospital yesterday that 60 patients had been admitted to the institution during March,- and tlie same number had been discharged. There was a daily average 'of ten patients. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934

S % ? fBISCUi'Tll ..' ! I SAY . | j ' ?' linrnii''mr riL r Trnr— ANY JOB--ANY SIZE-ANY PLACE That is the Service Offer of Crisp & Gunn Co-Op. Ltd. Headquarters for all Building Materials. MELVILLE STREET, HOBART Phone 3077

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Glen Huon ORPHEUS CLUB CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934

Glen Huon ORPHEUS CLUB CONCERT. / - An exceptional musical treat was given at the Glen Huon Hall on the 7th inst., when members of the Orpheus Club (Hobart) rendered a programme of solos, part singing and choruses, that was greatly enjoyed. There was a large attendance in spite of the unfavorable weather. The pioceeds are to be devoted to the Seventh' Day Adventist School funds. DISTRICT IMPROVEMENTS. Several new houses are being erected in the district, prominent among, them beinfe prettily designed ?residence for . \ Messrs Lawrence Woolley, Eugene Watson, and John Woolley. PROPERTY CHANGES. Mr J. R; Roberts has purchased a grazing property on the East Coast at Mayfield, and Mr Tas. Harris has acquired an orchard property, on- the Tamar. Itjs reported that both these residents are contemplating leaving the district to reside on their new properties. . COUNCIL ELECTIONS. There does riot appear to be any probability of-ariy8iIe from this end of the Upper Huon ward opposing the re-el...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934

| 'J. £0® J? AS MUCH to apply | I Bad Material as Good | 1 When Ordering, INSIST on 1 'BLUEBELL' SPRAYS I And you will get the BEST 1, I that money can buy ? If; .- 1 The Sole Agents- are: - , 1 i'' I W. D. Peacock & Co. I I PTY. LTD. p I Princes Wharf Hobart | J Why Ground Burnt Lime is Best It is the most suitable of all Limes. You 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 half the dressing required with other Lames. Sir A. D. Hall (late Director of the celebrated Rothamsted Experimental Station) stated as follows: 'Of all soil factors making for fertility, I should put Lime the first.' N. L HOPKINS I LIME & FERTILISER MERCHANT 1 DUNN STREET, HOBART. Phone 6282. | - |-t ▼ T f 'fff ??'?'? 'fVy'ff'f'T-yyy'f yyv.T.yf if iV.f ,f T.?.? y fi [ SIX WEEKS' SUBSCRIPTION « ??' ? ► Cfip this coupon and mail it with 4s. 2d. for a trial subscription to ] - ► THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR ...

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THE STRAND. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934

THE STRAND. 'Doctor Bull,' the Fox film pro duction of the famousv novel, 'The Last Adam,' by Jas. Gould Cozzens, which opens at the Strand Theatre this Saturday, presents Will Rogers with what is reported as the out standing role of his career. In 'Doctor Bull.' thp npw tiftlp havinc been chosen by the star himself, Rogers is seen as a country doctor. He- plays the role of a laconically shrewd philosopher who binds , to gether a changing village and who views with distaste the conditions that turn his home, from a 'town to live in' to a 'place on the highway.' The role is said to be the perfect outlet for Rogers' original humor and keen philisophies. The principal fem inine role opposite Rogers is por trayed by Vera Allen, recruited from the New York stage specially for this picture. The supporting cast includes Marian Nixon, Louise Dres ser, and Ralph Morgan. Jack Holt and Fay Wray head a strong csat in 'Master of Men,' the associate pic ture. . .

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At the Theatres NEW HUON [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934

At the Theatres NEW HUON 'Prosperity,' with Marie Dressier as a mother-in-law battling with another mother-in-law in the person of Polly Moran, is the laugh attrac tion at the 'New Huon Theatre on Saturday.: The story, written es pecially for the popular comedy team, is laid in a small town, and depicts the amusing events which follow up on the' marriage of Anita Page and Norman Foster. No Marie Dressier picture is without its share of stirring character work, and in this instance it revolyes about Miss Dressler's efforts to save her son's reputation by a tragic attempt to collect on her in surance. The manner in which she extricates herself from these damag ing circumstances, and ultimately be comes* the town's most respected woman, gives the plot a serious twist in contrast to its numerous hilarious interludes. ' -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934

W. H. BEAUCHAMP & CP- PTY L^D 129 MACQUARIE ST., HOBART Accredited representatives for Messrs CONNOLLY SHAW Lid. . FRUIT BROKERS LONDON, LIVERPOOL, HULL, MANCHESTER, AVONMOUTH, GLASGOW, HAMBURG — Aug. Stier; ROTTERDAM — Algemeene - Vruchten Import Co. Shipping No. 502 for all Ports. |

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FRANKLIN SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934

FRANKLIN SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL . As funds become available the I Franklin Recreation Ground com- 1 mittee have been effecting improve ments to the Soldiers' Memorial re serve. ?'. The': latent .work was the levelling of the ground preparatory to layi'ng down a lawn. The Hume Pipei Co. have made a generous dona tion of a concrete flower stand to place inside the^rails- of the memorial and residents , in the vicinity have und'ertaken to-.keep this supplied with | fresh flowers; '' ' The improvements I will be- greatly appreciated by., the I relatives of men in . whose ' memory the monument was 'erected. -v

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934

Daily — 10.45, -Reserves/-! B 2.15 & 7.50 Phone 4663 | WILL ROGERS I ' DOC TOR BULL ''Ml AS GREAT — AS HUMAN AS 'STATE FAIR' j - ' ? AND ? | JACK HOLT and FAY WRAY in 8 MASTER OF MEN' j This Sat. NEW HUON THEATRE This Sat. Il HUONVILLE |i The Queen of the Screen in her Greatest -Comedy || MARIE DRESSLER | 'Prosperity' i With Polly Moran, Norman Foster, and Anita Page. |fl A Mirthquake of Money and Mothers'-in-law. IB COME ALONG AND ENJOY A HEARTY LAUGH gfl SAT. WEEK-STANLEY LUPINO in ' SLEEPLESS NIGHTS ' 111 A Musical Comedy. ||S

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HUONVILLE HALL [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934

HUONVILLE HALL The draw for the prizes in conl- 1 nection with the benefit for the Huonville Public Hall 'resulted last Saturday as follows: — First (ham), F. W. Lord ; second- (thermol jar)', R. H. Heron ; third' (vase) , W! Maxfield; fourth (glass jug and tumblers), D. M. Morgan. The winner of the first prize has the option of substi tuting the second prize for it.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934

THE EVENT OF THE YEAR. 1 ? ? |j| GRAND CONCERT AND DANCE | On the s.s. Zealandia, at Port Huon, g. ON WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18. § (By. courtesy Huddart Parker Ltd.) J: : Proceeds in aid of Geeveston - . ' Recreation Ground., v §, TICKETS, 2/ (no tax) . | .Music by Cygriet 'Joyspreaders' * Orchestra. I ? ??« A. E. DAVIS, i ' Council Clerk. .' , » ST. JOHN'S BADMINTON CLUB. [ A NNUAL Meeting of Members of f St. John's Badminton Club will ' t be held at the Town Hall on Thurs- s ! day, ,19th April, 1934, at 8 p.m. | | ' . JOAN BARNETT,- § I - 1 Hon. Sec. jj I HUONVILLE DELICATESSEN. *' Next Hairdressing Saloon. . r Proprietress - - - - M. WOODS. I ' FRIDAY SPECIALS. u Choice Factory Butter, l/3i I Pine Apple Bacon, 1/2. |; Saveloys, -16 for 2/. ? \ I Two cakes Lifebuoy Soap .'for 7d. usually 4*d cake. ? , |: ' ' ' *' REMEMBER, FRIDAY ONLY. * . p 1 ' COME 'EARLY. £ 1 7 [A Card.] ' | | N. E. HECKSCHER, l| L.D.S., B.D.*, F.C., If DENTIST, HUONVILLE, ' f .' Is at present unable to attend his : ...

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Football HUON FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934

Football HUON FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION ; ANNUAL MEETING. . The annual meeting of the Huon Football Association was held at the Town Hall, Huonville, last Thursday evening. The president, Mr A. C. Parsons, presided over an attendance ? of about 30 members. ! The secretary (Mr G. C. Brown) read the annual report and balance sheet. The former stated that the season 1933 had been a most success ful one, as the standard of football was very high in all the teams that competed for the premiership, while the combined team twice defeated the second eighteen of the Tasmanian League. Huonville won the Huon premiership for the first time during the past 29 years, and the same club also won the junior premiership. Comment was also made on the satis factory manner in which the com mittee had performed its duties and support they had' received from club officials and members. A credit bal ance of £7 6s remained for the sea son's transactions, compared with a ? credit balance of £6 10s at the end of t...

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PLANNING FOR HAPPINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934

PLANNING FOR HAPPINESS. A wife who begin well and plans her future happiness by studying her own and her husband's nature, by pickyig out habits that might endanger the peace if allowed to develop too strong ly, and finding .out what pleases liim most, can generally mould a husband to her own liking. ' Once you establish perfect trust and consideration for each other it is easy to have a bright, happy home and live a life to be envied by all who, through neglect, have allowed them selves to drift' apart. Home life should mean happiness, but in how many, or in, more correctly speaking, how few, cases is it so! Be fore marriage we endeavor to please the one we love, and show every con sideration for his slightest wish, even if it does nPt altogether coincide with our own ideas?5''' Afterwards, if not careful, ., there is a strong inclination to grumble and want things to go exactly as we require them. .1 do not mean by this that a woman should not have a will of her own, or allow her ...

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