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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934
THE GROWERS' FRIEND. | H. J. GREENTREE WHO PAYS THE^RIGHT PRICE FROM THE OPENING TO THE CLOSE OF THE ^SEASON. .- ^ . ? . . ?' . 'FRUIT MERCHANT, MUNICIPAL MARKETS/ . SYDNEY. 228 SHIPPING NUMBER 228 References: Any of our Clients anywhere. GROWERS! YOU CANNOT GO WRONG IN SHIPPING TO THE OLD AND WELL PROVED FIRM. ' y W. MUSGROVE & SON Licensed Farm Produce Agents, 8 CITY MARKETS, QUAY STREET, SYDNEY. V-: SATISFACTION'S ASSURED IF YOUR CASES ARE MARKED 5.3 - ESTABLISHED 1900. AUSTRALIAN FRUIT AND Produce Co. Ltd. MEMBERS OF THE SELECTED AGENTS' ASSOCIATION. ' HEAD OFFICE: SYDNEY. SHIPkNG No! 52 v Branches at Newcastle (N.S.W.). and Municipal Markets, Brisbane^ (Q.)j ? k ' SHIPPING No. g ; . . All , consignments receive prompt attention. Account Sales' forwarded, on completion of Sales. ':j .. MR. V. IKIN, Hobart Southern Representative. ? . Correspondence Invited. ; ' yVv/S..:..- ? . t . \ ? ? ? ? ' : r ~. \ ' SHIP YOUR' FRUIT \ TO HOPKINS & LIPSCOMBE t Proprietor: STAN...
Police Courts CYGNET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934
Police Courts CYGNET. At the -Cygnet Police.vCourt last Friday)' before rDr;-.. Geo. ..Wade . and 'Mr? T. -Donolioe, ' Js.P., Inspector Grant- prosecuting, k Stanley ? _ Geo. Tumbull was 'charged: with; failing to keep his licensed' premises closed be tween midnight and ; 6?. a.m. on 18th March; ? ; Defendant pleaded not guilty; .butiafter.. hearing evidence by Senior; 'Constable ? Boxhall and Trooper Ryan, the. Bench returned a verdict of guilty; and imposed a fine of 20s and 8s costs. ? John ?Brereton- was ^charged with ,being. found; on the precincts of the Huon Hotel at Cygnet at about 12.30 a.m. on :the 18th! March. .. After evi dence had. been .given by J-jenior Con stable Boxhall, defendant was found guilty and- . fined' 5s and costs. ? Frederick. Harrison;. , of Cygnet, , pleaded guilty, to 'having liquor under ; his control in the vicinity of the Cyg net Town Hall on. the 18th March, within an hour, of the conclusion of! a dance. A fine of 5s and costs was imposed- ... ' . ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934
ESTABLISHED 1906. COUNTRY ORDERS A. SPECIALTY. H. N. HARRIS & CO. Fruit Growers' Agent. FRUIT AND PRODUCE MERCHANTS. WE ARE THE LARGEST COUNTRY ORDERS SUPPLIERS IN QUEENSLAND. ' 23 ROMA STREET, MARKETS; BRISBANE. Telegraphic Address: .. . Bankers. 'Harris,' Roma St., Brisbane. E.S. & A. Bank, Roma St. FRUITGROWERS OF TASMANIA CONSIGN YOUR FRUIT TO STANTON BROS. ? MUNICIPAL MARKETS, ROMA STREET, BRISBANE. WHOSE SHIPPING NUMBER IS No. 1. ' , We are the Firm in Brisbane for. good prices and' prompt Returns.' . - All Advice given cam be relied upon. MARTIN & CO. FRUIT MERCHANTS. 33 ROMA STREET MARKETS, CITY MARKETS, HAYMARKET, BRISBANE. Established 1906. ' SYDNEY. SHIPPING No. 44 -SHIPPING No. 275 All Sales under our Personal Supervision. References: Q.W. Bank, George Street, Brisbane, & Pitt .Street, Sydney Tasmanian Representative: H. CLAUDE LITTLE, Tasma House, Hobart ? Stencils and Advice Notes on application. E. WINTERS Licensed Farm Produce Agent. T...
FANCY DRESS COSTUMES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 12 April 1934
FANCY DRESS COSTUMES. . A .probleirf which is often hard to solve1 when a certain amount of originality is called for is that of de ciding on what .type of .fancy dress costume to wear. The problem has been solved by the Shell Company, who have just made available sup plies of a new fancy dress -costume of entirely original design. These costumes are very easy to assemble, full instructions and everything ne cessary for their construction being supplied by the Shell Company free of charge on. application.
DRAUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 19 April 1934
DRAUGHTS. (By O. VINCE.) Having undertaken to edit a weekly draughts article in this column, I am hopeful that all interested in the game will render what assistance they can to make the column in (Continued in next column). (Continued from previous column.) teresting, and take advantage of the publicity offered to make the game more popular. There has been a wonderful boom in draughts in Tasmania the last few years, particularly in the South, but there is room for more. Problems, original or otherwise, will be wel come, as well as games, interesting positions, or any - news about the game generally. Solutions will be published a fortnight after the prob lem appears, and solvers are invited to send their solutions to reach me not later than Saturday week follow ing the publication. Address all matters re draughts to O. Vince, Neika. A match per medium of this col umn between Woodbridge, last year's premiers of the Huon and Channel Draughts Association, and1 the Nook, North West Coas...
PROBLEM NO. 51. (By Chas. Scott) [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 19 April 1934
PROBLEM NO. 51. (By Chas. Scott) Black: 5, 6, 7. 10, 12, 15, 28. White: 13, 14, 17, 20, 21, 23, 32. White to play and win.
TENNIS. HUONVILLE v. CNOC TARA. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 19 April 1934
TENNIS. HUONVILLE v. CNOC TARA. A return match between Huonville and Cmoc Tara was played at New Town at the week-end. Results (Cnoc Tara names first) : — Mixed Doubles. — Miss G. Sykes and C. Reynolds d. Miss Russell and R. Bailey, 9 — 5; Miss M. Corney and C. Wilson d. Mrs Page and R. Smith, 9 — 5; Miss E. Sykes and 0. Parsons d. Mrs Skinner and' K. Frazev, 9 — 6; Mrs Rust and E. Dobson d. ' Miss Lynskey and G. Bowden, 9 — 7; Miss J. Corney anid G. Robinson d. Mrs JFyle and J. Bowden, 9 — 3; Mrs Wil son and P. Thiessen d. Mrs Bowden ?arid C. Bailey, 9—5. Women's Doubles. — Miss G. Sykes and1 Miss M. Corney d. Mrs Skinner and Miss Russell, 6 — 1; also d. Mrs Page and Miss Lynskey, 6 — 2; also d. Mrs Fyle and Mrs Bowden; 6 — 0; Misses E. Sykes and J. Corney d. Mrs Skinner and Miss Russell, 6 — 5; also d. Mrs Page and Miss Lynskey, 6 — 2; also d. Mesdames Fyle and Bowden, 6 — 0; Mesdames Rust and Wilson lost to Mrs Skinner and Miss Russell, 1 — 6; also lost to Mrs Page and Miss Lynsk...
BADMINTON. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 19 April 1934
BADMINTON. The annual meeting of St. John's Badminton Club has been postponed until Monday next, and will be held at St. John's School Hall. All mem bers and intending members are requested to be present. DERWENT VALLEY ASSOCIA TION. The annual meeting of the Der went Valley Badminton Association was 'held on Monday evening, when there was a good attendance of club representatives. Mr J. G. O'Brien was elected! president for the ensuing year, in place of Mr W. T. Heath, who has left the district. Owing to pressure of business, Mr A. Brown, who has been secretary for the past two years, has resigned, and Mr E. Wigston was elected' to the position. A credit balance of £3 2s 8d was shown. The clubs that have signified their intention of playing in the associa tion roster this year are New Nor folk, who won both A and B Grade premiership last year; Thalassa, Bushy Park, Molesworth, and Der went. The last two are only en tering B Grade, while the other three will have both A and B Grade ...
Cygnet TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 19 April 1934
Cygnet TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS. -A motor car accident, from which the occupants had a narrow escape with their lives, occurred' at about 3 plm last Friday on the road between Cygnet and Oyster. Cove. The motor car, which was a 'hire and drive' car belonging to Mrs Marjorie Robert son, of New Town, was proceeding over the saddle towards Oyster Cove, and when rounding a sharp bend it was met by a motor lorry driven by Mr Ralph W. Howard, of Nicholls Rivulet. Fortunately both vehicles were travelling, on their. proper sides, and an actual, collision was avoided. Owing to the narrowness of the road, however, the motor car got into dif ficulties, and' after passing the lorry a distance of * about 30 yards, it 'toppled over the embankment, and icii a distance oi apout zv ieet, turn ing a complete somersault, and land ing on its wheels. There were five occupants in the car. No one was seriously hurt. A motor lorry driven by Albert R. Wass, of Nieholls Rivulet, collided with a' motor car driven b...
UPPER DEBWENT AUTUMN TINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 19 April 1934
UPPEil DERWENT ? » ? AUTUMN TINTS. The weather has been dull during the past week, but very pleasant most of the time. Hop growers are clean ing up and burning the old vines, and soon all traces of the past hop picking season will nave vanisnea. uusny Park is a blaze of autumn colours. The poplars look particularly fine. The view from above the railway sta tion looking west' and south is very fine, while a traveller who visited the locality recently considers that the panorama looking towards Belmont and! the Huon mountains to be un rivalled in Australia, and fit to hold its own : throughout ;the world*. Any one visiting these parts- now would see them at their. best. Another gem of scenery is the view of the ; Der went from ;the rise near Hayes' Sta tion. The poplar trees on Mr Har rison's estate, and the bend of the ?river there'ai'e with foliage in autumn shades, are magnificent. BRIDGE AT MACQUARIE PLAINS. Work has begun at the bridge. The. contractors are erecting their office,...
Sporting Notes CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 19 April 1934
Sporting Notes ? « ? CRICKET. Australian cricketers have always had the reputation, well deserved, of being great 'leg-pullers,' says a writer in the Melbourne 'Argus.' Did not-Blackham, away back in 1890, induce the selectors to send to Tasmania for a second1 wicketkeeper, K. E. Burn, who was transhipped in cne Day irom tne xasmanian steamer to the vessel carrying the cricketers to. England? The cream of the joke was that Burn had never kept wickets. The present Australian Test team took its first opportunity when it met at Colombo the English jour nalist who has been stirring up trouble with scare messages to Lon don. He gravely recorded the fact that 'Bradman had' to get the doctor's permission to smoke a cigarette.' Bradman is a non-smoker. The same journalist was the butt of the 'leg- puller' at Nottingham four years ago. On the morning on which the first Test was to begin he had a front page story about 'Australia's mys tery bowler' who had been saved up as the big surprise pa...
Geeveston FAREWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 19 April 1934
Geeveston ? *-^ ? FAREWELL. A- farewell organised by a commit tee of ladies was tendered to Mr C. Murdoch in the form of a large bridge party in the supper room of the Town Hall on Wednesday even ing last. The room .was gaily, deco rated with flowers, and about 50 people passeol a most enjoyable even ing. ' On, behalf of 'the committee and those present, Mrs G. D. Bennett made a presentation of a bottle of eau de cologne to Mrs Murdoch, ex pressing the goodt wishes of all to her on her impending departure ?? from. Geeveston. Those forming the com mittee were: Mesdames P. Thiessen, N. Geeves, G. D. Bennett, Abbott, Daish, Stubs, H. Bennett, Lethlean, Benjamin, Richards, Thomas, and the Misses Lyle Bennett, May Thies sen, Gwen Nicholas, and Lucy Ben nett. Supper was served, and the evening ended with the singing. - of 'Auld Lang Syne.' . . Mrs Murdoch ? intends leaving Geeveston to-morrow, and' after spending some time . with her brother, Dr. Geeves, in Sydney, will joiny her husband,...
THE FLICK PASS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 19 April 1934
THE FLICK PASS. Players are reminded that the flick pass has been restored to the Aus tralian national game of football. The attention' of players is drawn to the following rules, which explain the manner in which the pass may be maae : — Law 1, Section 6. — 'Handball is when the ball is clearly held in one ! handi and knocked with the other hand.' Law 18. — 'A player in possession of the ball while it is in play may handball it by holding it clearly in ' one hand1 and knocking it with the ; other hand.' j These laws are amplifications of the j old law, which read': — ? j 'The ball while in play shall under j no circumstances be thrown or handed to a player.
Correspondence 10 PER CENT. RESTORATION. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 19 April 1934
Correspondence 10 PER CENT. RESTORATION. To the Editor. , Sir,— It is remarkable that men of supposed ability should state that the increase ins wages made by the Arbi tration Court in the recent award is a sign of recovery in Australia. With the exception of wool, not one pri mary industry is paying its way, while almost every secondary, industry is -receiving.- support. It should be plain to all that Australia is now only entering the critical period of ?her history, and the increase in wages will make the position of all industry more difficult, with the exception of luxury items, such as picture houses, hotels, etc. Until there is a general realisation that low prices with low costs, enabling everyone to buy, there can be Ho prosperity .—Yours, etc., PESSIMIST.
Personal [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 19 April 1934
Personal Inspector R. Pemberton, formerly of Franklin, but who for the past eight years has been in charge of the J . ? Devonport police district, will retire j from the service at the end1 of the , present month. Rev. F. Menzie, of Bruthen (Vic), who was previously Congregational minister at Franklin and Geeveston, is at present spending a month at i Huonville, and will conduct the ser- j * vices at the Congregational Church j there and Gradoc during his sojourn in the district. At the conclusion of the meeting of the Esperance Municipal Council yesterday, Warden and Mrs E. Bur gess entertained members at after noon tea. Reference was made to the happy relations that have always existed between councillors and the loyal co-operation of the council clerk and other municipal employees. Cr. B. 0. Plummer, on behalf of the council, thanked their host and hostess for their hospitality. Mr Sapleigh: 'What's the dif ference between this new model and last year's car?' Efficient Sales man:...
Esperance Council APRIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 19 April 1934
Esperance Council APRIL MEETING. , The monthly meeting of the Es peiance Municipal Council was held at the council chambers ? yesterday. Present: Warden E. Burgess, and Crs.. F. Ashlin, J. W. Rowe, H. Evans, J. Harwood, H. Knight, W. Jackson, S. Reeve, W. Killingback, B.O. Piummer, E. Smith, W. Brown, G. Clark, J. W. Studley, and the council clerk, Mr A. E. Davis. The Warden reported that in com pany; with Sir John Evans, 'he waited on the Director of Public Works and. requested: that the road from Dover to Southport via the Settlement road, should.be declared a main road. The Director promised to bring the mat ter under the notice of the Main Roads Board. ' SPECIAL GRANT. The Warden stated that he had ap plied' to the Minister for Public Woiks for a portion of the grant of £3000 which had been made avail able for expenditure on roads within municipalities that were imposing a road rate of 1/4 or, more. An ?amount of £150 was granted, and he suggested that it should be spent on road...
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 19 April 1934
THE WEATHER. The Weather Bureau reports that beneficial rains fell over practically' the whole of Tasmania during last wek, and have afforded considerable relief to the dry conditions which have\ prevailed for the last few months. Totals ranged irom 1 to 4 inches in the north-east, and 1% to over 2 inches in the western high lands. Some pai'ts of the Deiwent Valley, Midlands, and south-east, more particularly the Cambridge dis trict, received rather less than half an inch, but elsewhere registrations were in excess of this figure, a few stationls receiving over an inch. The rain9 were recorded in with two de pressions, the first of which passed on Saturday, the 7th, and1 the second on Friday, the 13th. Heavy rains were , recorded on the western high lands on Sumday morning, and in the north-east on Friday morning. Tem peratures during the period were on the whole cool, but the latter part of the week was rather mild especially in the south and west. Extreme temperatures at Hobarfc d...
ENTERPRISE OF A YOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 19 April 1934
ENTERPRISE OF A YOUTH. Much interest has been aroused among the residents of New Norfolk by the construction of a wooden aerial tower by Mr E. L. Wigston, of Blair Street, New Norfolk. The tower is 67 feet high, and contains 1040 running feet of hardwood, and despite the contrary opinion of many persons who had! viewed the tower while under construction on the ground, the builder succeeded in erecting it on the foundation during the holidays. An aerial consisting of four strands of 3/20 bare copper wire, spaced with ebonite rings, and slung between the tower and a 70ft. pole, provides about the best radio reception in the district, and is being used with the latest type receivers. Mr Wigston said that he, considered the improved reception made possible by the new aerial was ample re payment for the work and expense in curred by this undertaking. ''?' « ii ? '??? ?' . ? _ ? iiv\