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PROGRESS IN DAIRYING. Increased Production and Increased Construction. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934
PROGRESS IN DAIRYING. ' Increased Production and Increased Construction. ; ' . » ' ' ' . . r Wonderful progress has been made in the productive ability of our dairy cattle. Stud masters have concen trated on the matter of increasing of dairy a-bility in their cattle with 're sults that -must -have' beert'^beyond earlier hopes.,, ' Record after record is being broken and- averages all round substantially raised. It , makes one wonder what, an other '20 years' improvement will give us. At this stage while we have been conceritratirig on increased yield, we should pay. a little more attention to ..the' improvement in . the constitution of our . cattle to stand up to the bigger .strain they' have to bear these days. ? '.To have' increased' production such sis' we have, constitutions must also be improved ,'as well. If the same at tention' had been given to the improve ment/-pf: constitution which has , been given};; to increased ! production, - wef', 'Mifiuiifr'not be worried with so . ...
HIS MISTAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934
HIS MISTAKES. A- visitor, to Madame Tussarfl's turn ed to an/attendant just insid'e tiie door. v-;;'Gould- you. 'direct me to the Cham ber., of Horrors?.' he asked. ; - , i There was a stony, silence. -He turned 'to a 'bystander. ' ; 'I was had tfiat. time/' he said. .'Again a stony silence. ' ? | He was. determined not to be' liad again, ^ and - turned to 'a second by stander! ; , ' ' ? ? ? ? -? ' 'Well, you wooden-headed son; of a gun-: ? ' - ? ' ' A swift- and 'alarming change of ^ex pression convinced him lie had made' yet a third -.mistake.- ' ? : , . Mrs. /Jones had .just, been: examined, by the -doctpE,..and as he' jwas' going: Iiec said to her » husband-:-: A', Tell -.your ? wife not ?to .worry about her rheumatism. It's only a sign' of advancing years.' 'Y.-yes, doctor,' said Mr. .Jones, meekly'. 'B-but w-would you miiid 'tell iiig her : yourself?' .. The young bride said- sadly: '-'Men are. too mean for anything. I asked John for a car to-day, and lie said that I: must 'be...
A KING'S IRON CROWN. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934
' A KING'S IRON CROWN. Among the treasures of the King'of It^iy figures an historical relic of al most unparalleled interest. ' This is the famous Iron Crown of Lombardy, one of the- most precious heirlooms of the Italian Royal House. The crown is inade partially of iron' Tradition declares that it was made from one of the nails used at 'the Cru cifixion. This was beaten out into a: thin- rim. of iron, which was set in gold j and adorned with jewels. : Pope Gregory, the Great/bestowed it I upon .Queen Tlieod'olinda, under whom the Lombards first changed their Arian faith for the Catholic; Charle magne was. crowned with it, arid: so were Henry , of Luxemburg and suc ceeding Emperors.- . ( . . It was, also used at the coronation of. Napoleon I. , The Emperor of .-Austria'' restored it to the King of.Itaiyrin 1SG6:
LEMON CHEESE AND WAYS TO USE IT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934
LEMON CHEESE AND' WAYS TO, USE IT. ^ Required :;'%leriipn^ ter, J lb. castor sugar^24lar'g;e eggs. ...... Wash, arid;Vidr^r;iempns,:' tiiein grate the rinds on to '-^'isiieet:''jDf^kitcli^ ' paper. Place 'butter in tlie top of a double boiler, stir in sugar, , grated lemon rind? and-.', beaten ekgs. Add lemon .juice. 'and-.r wheri -' tihe^^ - water vis ? boilirig' in-i'ower part' of double. -.boiler,, f place -the -ypper. part on top and : stir, mixture cpritiriually until of the ' con sistency, of hbrieyi;-;. Remove' pari from the fire) tlien :j)ot',arid 'seal like jam. ? ! Lemon Roll. ' Orie cup and a half 'flour,' 1. egg, 6 tablespoonfuls hot Avatei4, : l., cup cas tor sugar, 3 teaspoonfuls. baking;, pow der, leriion cheese. '' '. ; Stii- well-beaten egg into dry . sifted ingredients. Add' hot water and beat; until smooth. Pour into large greased* pan.. Bak,e in slow oven: :Turn out on paper dusted with powdered sugar. Spread with lemon . cheese, Jtririf off -'crusty edg6&...
THE PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934
THE PRINCE. A new personality flaShes across the screen horizon in 'Man of /Two Worlds,' which commences at the Prince of Wales Theatre this Satur day. Francis Lederer brings to it an internatio.wal reputation, and adds fresh lustre with his performance in 'Man of Two Worlds.' Elissa Landi, co-starred with Lederer in the pro duction,. gives a sparkling portrayal which is parallel to that of Lederer, although her role is briefer. 'Man of Two Worlds' is the story of a mighty Arctic hunter, who is taken from Greenland to London by scien tists for whom he has acted as guide. He has conceived a strange worship ping passion for the photograph of the leader's daughter. When he meets | the girl in the flesh, in Mayfair, his hopeless infatuation1 grows until he forgets his native wife. A heart touching climax results from this strong situation. The Hungarian actress, Steffi Duna, creates the native wife with rare sympathy and under standing. There is a strong support ing cast. , A powerfully...
Dover DESTRUCTIVE FIRE [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934
Dover DESTRUCTIVE FIRE An eight roomed house, formerly owned and occupied by the late Mrs Donohue and recently purchased by. Mrs L. Rapp, was demolished by fire in the early hours ;of Sunday morn ing (31st March). Mrs Rapp had been absent from the house for some days and the fire . remains a mystery. ' Mrs' E. T. Picken who had some valuable furniture stowed in -two of the rooms .is a heavy loser, also RussellJlickards who*lot:all his be longings except what he was dressed m when he left the; building. The house was insured in the . South British Coy. but there was no in-.' : surance on the contents. . CHURCH BIRTHDAY \P ARTY. 8 A birthday party of St. . Paul's, church, Dover, was celebrated on Saturday eveliing in the- Dover Town Hall and was a great success, - the. hall being crowded. Dancing was the main feature : of the entertainment; recitations and songs were well ren dered by Mrs W- Seabi ook, Miss Yolland1 and Mr Walter.— 'Hudsonf The dance music was supplied.. by Miss Watts...
HIS MAJESTY'S. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934
HIS MAJESTY'S. An enchanting story, simply but graphically -told of a great singer's adoration for a woman who loved him only for' his wealth and position, forms the main theme of 'The Right To Happiness,' which gives film goers a chance to see and hear Rich ard Tauber, the famous tenor, at His. Majesty's Theatre next week. As a world-renown'ed singer, Tauber, be sides rendering a variety of magnifi cent vocal numbers, essential to the development of the story, proves him self to be a 'film actor of great ability. Playing opposite him is Alice Treff, who gives a clever characterisation in the leading feminine role. Szoke Szakall, as Tauber's agenit, is respon sbile for the. brilliant touches of humour with which the picture abounds, and a strong supporting cast includes Petra Unkel as Tauber's little daughter; Lien Dayers, as the beautiful young sculptress, who cap tures the heart of the singer. The songs sung by the great tenor . in 'The Right To Happiness' are 'The Song of The Hom...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934
FRANK PI CONE ^ LICENSED FARM PRODUCE AGENT, ^ , CITY FRUIT MARKETS, SYDNEY. ;; ' ; -^SHIPPING NO. 160 SHIPPING 'NO.. ' '..^A. tT.rial Consignment will lead to continued and satisfiedvBusiness . ?' ^ / Relations. ' ' ' r v' '? , Bankers: Bank of New South Wales, Sydney.- --'j., - ALL PAYMENTS MADE AT BANK OF N.S.W., HOBART. , ESTABLISHED FOR 40 YEARS V SEYMOUR DENING Licensed Farm Produce Agient '?? ?- . - ; \ . / 'I ' . ' _ i r CITY FRUIT MARKETS, SYDNEY 150 SHIPPING- NUMBER ^50 All Sales under Personal Supervision. /Account Sales, Weekly. ; References. Commercial Bank, Haymarket , ^ F. CHILTON ..LICENSED FARM PRODUCE AGENT . ? i CITY FRUIT MARKETS, SYDNEY. . RELIABLE ADVICE. . , PROMPT RETURNS. HIGHEST AVERAGE PRICES. . The Firm with the Reputation for Reliability CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. ' . SHIPPING NO. 5(J ? ' ATTENTION, TASMANIAN FRUITGROWERS. ii o; For Prompt Returns at Highest Market Rates, consign to J. W. BRYANT 210. GORDON MILNE, Proprietor. ; 210 ! Licensed. Farm Produce ...
Sporting Notes TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934
Sporting Notes TENNIS. J The finals of the Esperance Tennis Association were played at the week end. The following are the results: Cairns Bay d. Gane's, 5 sets to 3. R. and Miss G. Scott lost to H. Gane and Miss Evans, 3 — 6; W. and Miss M. Scott d. H. Luttrell and Mrs Thompson, 6 — -4 ; R. Burgess . and Miss McKibben d. E Lincoln and Mrs Lincoln, 6— 5; Scott and Scott d. Gane and Luttrell, 9 — 7; Misses M. and G. Scott lost to Miss Evans and Mrs Thompson, 3— 6; R. Scott and Burgess d. H. Gane and Lincoln, 9 — 6; Misses G. Scott and P. McKib den lost to Miss Evans and Mrs Lincoln, 2—6 ; W. Scott and Burgess d. Luttrell and Lincoln, 9 — 5. The second , and third ladies' set was un played. Cairns Bay, 5 sets 47 games;: Gane's, 3 sets 45 games.
Southport SPORTS AT SOUTHPORT [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934
Southport i — * — ! SPORTS AT SOUTHPORT r On Easter 'Saturday sports were; ; held on. the green at Southport. The; i weather being . fine there was a very: fair attendance. ' The winners of; the double-handed sawing match were G. Aird, ' sen. and W. Palmer/ sen., with T. Pritchard and A. Reimers second. The chopping was j won by T. Pritchard with E. Phillips second.. In the evening a dance, was held in .the Southport hall, or ganised by 'Mr Cyril Hudson. EASTER PLEASURE SEEKERS Several -pleasure yachts anchored in Southport bay during the Easter, while. many;visitors visited the South port Hotel. Kingfish Beach was again frequented, by. many campers, who spent' many happy days oil 'Easy Street.'''., PERSONAL Mrs Hay, sen. has . returned home again after havrnig spent a few weeks holiday with her daughter, Mrs T. Fielding, of Bagdad. , . ? Mrs R. Wilson, who for the past few months has been up the north with relatives, returned home last week. ' :
GOLF. HUONVILLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934
GOLF. HUONVILLE CLUB. During the week end' a men's stroke competition was held, on the Huonville links and resulted in a win 'for C. B. Whitesides, after a play-off with J. B. Nicholas and B. Watson, all three finishing with 69 in the first place. The leading scores were:- — C. B. Whitesides 84 (15) 69; B. ^Watson 96 (27) 69; J. B. Nicholas 96 (27) 69; C. Parsons 86 (15) 71; J. Bell 86 (15) 71; D. Calvert 84 (11) 73; C. . Skinner ,99 (26) 73; W. A. G. Smith 87 (13) 74; L. Terry 97 (23) 74; R. Wilkins 89 (14) 75; H. Slater 81 (5) 76; F. Page 98 (17) 81.
Castle Forbes DANCES [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934
Castle Forbes DANCES, Two very successful ' dances were held during Easter in the local hall, one .in aid of cricket and 'football clubs (Kermandie) the other in aid of recreation ground funds. WORKING BEE . ' A local working tee have beenl doing good work for some months in turning, the. recreation ground into one of the most, up-to-date grounds of the Huon- and' much credit is due to them for the work put iw. PERSONAL - Mr anil' Mrs Ben Gray ? (Hobart) are the guests of Mr. and Mrs John James. : Mr Conroy, the popular ex teacher of Castle -Forbes School,1 spent the Easter vacation with friends, here. Miss B.' Nicholas, daughter of - Mr and Mrs Albeit Nicholas; is holiday ing in Sydney. r Mrs Walton (Latoceston) is visit ing Mr and Mrs Hobart Murrell. Mr W. G. Jaines ,has- bought an up-to-date Ford lorry td the' district. Mr Hope, the local, teacher, ; speht. Easter with his family in Hobart.
The Fruit Industry Grant NOT YET PAID OUT. COMPLAINT AGAINST UNREASONABLE DELAY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934
The Fruit Industry Grant ' NOT YET PAID OUT. COMPLAINT AGAINST UNREA SONABLE DELAY. At last Monday's meeting of tlie Huon Municipal Council, Cr. J. Up church iexpressed great disappoint ment at the unreasonable delay that had occurred in the distribution of the grant madie by the Federal Gov ernment to assist those fruitgrowers who had suffered loss through the breakdown of the overseas apple apple market last season. I Cr. Upchurch said it was nearly three months since the ex-Premier (Mr J. C. McPhee) impressed on the Prime Minister the urgency of apple growers being given financial assist ance to tide them over the disas trous experiences they had had' in connection with their , 1933 overseas shipments. It was truthfully, pointed out that some of the growers were in such, straits that they were' likely to lose their properties, arid would have done so but for ' the fact that- no buyers were forthcoming to take them over. Mr McPhee was to be commended for. . having acted so promptl...
Geeveston A.W.N.L. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934
Geeveston A.W.N. L. ANNUAL MEETNG. The annual meeting of the Geeves ton branch of the A.W.N.L. was held in the supper room of the Town Hall on Tuesday last. In the absence of .the president (Mrs R. Geeves), the chair was taken by Mrs N. G. Abbott. A report of the League's activities during the past year was read by the secretary, Mrs E. Sharp. The Chairwoman urged upon mem bers to continue and, if possible, ex tend their efforts on the League's ? behalf, particularly in view of the forthcoming elections. Officers were elected for the en suing year, and included the follow ing: — President, Mrs R. 1 Geeves; vice-presidents, Mesdames Abbott, Bennett, Burgess and. Daish; secre tary, Mrs E. Sharp; treasurer, Mrs J. D. Daish. 'Hon. H. S., Baker said the time was not yet ripe to announce the Gov ernment's policy. It was, however, in course of preparation, and the Premier (Sir Walter Lee^ would make his policy speech early in May. He dealt with many of the problems that had confronted the ...
OVERSEAS SHIPMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934
OVERSEAS SHIPMENTS. Port Darwin left Hobart on Sat urday,- having loaded 53,126 cases of apples, 2005 cases pears for London; 14,406 cases apples, and 803 cases peairs for Rotterdam. Corinaldo left Hobart last Friday, having loaded at Port Huon and Ho bart' 43,202 cases of apples for Lon don, 22,479 cases for Manchester, and 36,030 cases for Hamburg. Stirlingshire loaded 12,108 cases of apples and 3000 cases of, canned and pulped fruit, and left Hobart for London and Liverpool on Monday. 'Bendigo and Oronsay will arrive at Hobart to-morrow and load fruit for the United Kingdom. Fruit steamers to arrive at Hobart are: — -Clan Urquhart and Pakeha on Saturday; Nariva on Thursday, 19th; Port Huon on Friday, 20th; Largs Bay on Saturday, 21st. ? . ' Esperance Bay left Hobart- on Tuesday, having loaded 18,280 cases of apples for Hull, and 33,926 cases for London. Orestes left Hobart on Tuesday, having loaded' 14,360 cases of apples for Glasgow, and 20,632 cases for Liverpool.
INTERSTATE SHIPMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934
INTERSTATE SHIPMENTS. Zealandia will load fruit at Port Huon next Wednesday for inter state ports. This will be her first call at the Huon this season. Talune loaded fruit at Huon ports . to-day for Sydney and) Newcastle. The shipment comprised about 20,000 cases, 7000 from Cygnet, and 13,000 from. Port Huon. Zealandia loaded 15,800 cases of apples, 520 half-cases of pears for Sydney, and 288 cases of apples for Brisbane last Saturday, and arrived at Sydney last Monday morning. . The Zealandia has commenced her fortnightly running between Sydney and Hobart. Ngatoro will load .fruit at Huon ports next Tuesday for Brisbane.
Correspondence BLACKBERRY PEST AND CONTROL. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934
Correspondence BLACKBERRY PEST AND CON TROL. To the Editor.' a ;iSir, — Some time ago a writer to your paper advocated some means of control of the blackberry. It was pointed out that the blackberry was rapidly increasing, and that it was a competitor of small fruits. It is per mitted to encroach on the roads, and to spread in the vicinity of schools, thus harboring snakes and other ver min and pests. One has only to look back a few years and recall many country properties that were once . flourishing small fruit f&rms, but are now blackberry wastes. Whilst the fruit processors or pulp exporters can treat the blackberries and get them at a cheap rate on con ditions and in quantities to suit their own ends, it is unlikely that a better price will be available for the culti vated small fruits which would not :'ii return the same margin of profit to the processors. It, might be argued that many per sons and families are enabled to earn, or- to. part earn a livelihood for the :....
EARLY CULTIVATION METHODS [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934
EARLY CULTIVATION METHODS , Recently we. have published some references to very early methods of cultivating fruit trees, some of them dating back to over 1000 years ago and which showed that many of our supposed modernl ideas were put in practice hundreds of years ago. Mr. C. L. Ivey, of Cygnet, has just sent us a transcription of one of the writ ings of Theophrastus, who was born about 370 B.C., and who gave the following advice to land cultivators: . 'Choose the lower slopes of hills . for fruit trees. 'Those requirements of cultiva tion! which apply equally to all fruit trees are spade work (and hoeing) watering -and- manuring and more over pruning and removal of dead wood. Manure does not suit all alike, nlor is the same manure equally ' good for all. Beans seem to manure the land, wherefore people turn over. , the ground when they are in flower.'