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FLORENCE AUSTRAL CONCERTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 19 April 1934

FLORENCE AUSTRAL ' CONCERTS. Lovers of glorious singing are eagerly anticipating the forthcoming concert season of Florence Austral at the City Hall, Hobart, on Saturday, April 28th, and Tuesday, May 1st, for this will be the first occasion that the world-famous piima donna has visited Tasmania. Austral is a Mel bourne-born singer, who, through sheer hard work, has reached the highest pinnacle of fame abroad, and is to-day regarded as the greatest Wagnerian artist in the world, and the finest dramatic soprano of this generation. Madame Austral will give her con certs in association with the eminent flautist, Jolin Amadio, and the assist ing artist will be the solo pianist,1 Raymond Lambert. Further particu lars are advertised.

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
CONCERT ON ZEALANDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 19 April 1934

CONCERT ON ZEALANDIA. Concert lovers and dancers are reminded that the concert and dance previously advertised to be held on the Zealandia last evening, will take place while the vessel is berthed at Port Huon- to-night. An excellent programme has been prepared, and the music for the dance will be pro vided by the Cygnet Joyspreaders. The proceeds are to be applied to the improvement fund of the Geeves' ton recreation ground. . i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 19 April 1934

ANZAC DXNCE. FRANKLIN TOWN HALL. ?' rTHE Annual Anzac Dance will be held in the Franklin Town Hall on Wednesday, 25th April. Music by Mr Lionel Gourlay's .Orchestra. Dancing, 8.30 to 1 a.m. Supper. Admission, 2-s. R. FREEMAN, Hon. Sec. SPORTS AT RANELAGH. A SPORTS MEETING FOR CHILDREN, Combined with an AMERICAN TEA, will be held on SATURDAY, 28th APRIL, In Mr J. Tanner's paddock (adjoining the Hall) , commencing at 2 p.m. To be followed by EUCHRE TOUR NAMENT & DANCE in the Evening. Home-made Supper. Free Monte Carlo. Chocolate Waltz, etc. Music by Gallop and Leggett's Orchestra. Proceeds in aid of Hall Building Fund J. M. DAVIS, Organiser. HUONVILLE IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION. AN AMERICAN TEA. FRIDAY, APRIL 27th. HUONVILLE TOWN HALL, 3 p.m. Bring a Gift and buy a Gift. Afternoon Tea. Music. Proceeds to be devoted to extending and improving the Esplanade Reserve. ST- JOHN'S BADMINTON CLUB. A NNUAL Meeting POSTPONED till MONDAY next, and will be held at St. John's School Hall, Fr...

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SCHOOLBOY HOWLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 19 April 1934

SCHOOLBOY. HOWLERS. A doughboy is some, oneout' .to make money. ? ? Sins' of omission , are those- we havei forgotten to do. Ad valorem duties are duties per taining . to or belonging to bravery. An 'interval' in music is a period tor reiresnments. - The present tense 'means, you will, and the past tense means I will. To submit a tender is to show the part where the water is boiled — as in 'an engine. Jazz is the fashionable music.; to day, but soon, people say, we shall return to composers. , ;

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Rowing KING'S CUP CREW. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 19 April 1934

Rowing KING'S CUP CREW. ', .:The test race to decide which crew should .represent Tasmania in the King's Cup Race, to be rowed on 5th May next on the Derwent, was to have 'been rowed on Saturday after noon last on the course which was al leged :tb: be quite suitable for the holding of ? the. big. race. However, the clerk of the weather must. have been. in a bad frame of mind, for it was impossible to hold the race at the appointed time (3.30 p.m.), and ulti mately it was decided to row the race on Sunday morning. . : There was a considerable, number of rowing enthusiasts assembled' at theifinishing post on Saturday to ' await .the arrival of the crews, ;. and they were greatly disappointed at having to go home without seeing the crews in action. Some of .those pre sent gave vent to their feelings' by suggesting that the King's Cup Race should be rowed in the Huon. It is interesting to record the fact that all Saturday afternoon the course on the Huon River . was absolutely calm, sca...

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BRISBANE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 19 April 1934

BRISBANE MARKET. Our Brisbane correspondent writes: Shipments from Tasmania by the first two boats have been very small, which is possibly accounted for by the fact that growers are very busy with their overseas shipments. All the fruit we have had from Victoria and elsewhere is very poor. It is either hail-marked or damaged through the heat. We have been having many bitter cpmplaints about it. The Tasmanian fruit to hand so far has been clean and good, with a clean skin.

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Fruit News SYDNEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 19 April 1934

\ Fruit News 1 SYDNEY MARKET. The Associated Selected Agents Committee report :-rJonathans, 5/ to 7/; Delicious, 5/ to 7/; special 8/; Dukes, 4/ to 5/; Cleos, 5/ to 6/6; Tasmans Pride. 4/ to 6/; Crabs, 5/ to II. Pears. — Coles, 6/ to 9/; Nelis, 5/ to 7/; Packhams, 6/ to 8/; others, 4/ to 6/.

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HELP FOR FRUITGROWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 19 April 1934

HELP FOR FRUITGROWERS. ., At the opening of the Hawkesbury district (N.S.W.) show last Friday, the Minister for Commerce (Mr Stewart) referred in hopeful terms to the lifting of the New Zealand em bargo on Australian citrus fruit. -Mr Stewart said that one of the reasons for his recent visit to New Zealand had beenl to enter into negotiations with the Dominion Government about the exclusion of Australian citrus fruit from the New Zealand market; 'I am very hopeful that before many weeks have passed most satisfactory results will follow the negotiations,' said Mr Stewart. The Minister gave a broad hint that a suggestion, by Mr Lawson, M.H.R., that the £100,000 offered by. the Commonwealth Government to assist mandarin-growers should be offered without any conditions re garding a State subsidy, would not go unheeded. Possibly the unreasonable delay in finalising the distribution of the grant made available by the Federal Gov ernment for the assistance of the apple growers has caused t...

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OVERSEAS MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 19 April 1934

OVERSEAS MARKETS. Messrs Eric Burgess Pty. Ltd. have received' a cable from Messrs T. J. Poupart Ltd., London, as follows:. Westmoreland and Hobson's Bay fruit: Cox's, 10/ to 16/; Graven steins, 5/; Ribstones, Alexanders, Duke of Clarence, Worcesters, Rein cells, 7/6; Alfristbns, 8/ to 10/6; Prince Alfred, 9/ to 10/6.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 19 April 1934

Reliable and up-to-date Service for the direct marketing of your fruit with the result that top prices ara maintained. Stencils Free. Liberal Advances. Prompt Settlements. Central 4091 (two lines.) , .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 19 April 1934

*''nT'mir»rm— 'iiimwuii' iiinp-'r™ -????' ?niyitTnr— ™tt— i ii ttt'' -'''??~'~'— '~tt*^^~ If you have not yet done business with MESSRS YEOWARD BROS. AND THE ? ...'??? i.f.g. : .-' it will pay you to try them this season. ' The Shipping Number is 333 *or k?tn U.K. and Continental Ports. T. BOSS -WALKER, PTY., LTD., 1 05, MACQUARIE STREET, HOBART. NOTICE TO FRUITGROWERS FOR 1934 APPLE SEASON Consign your fruit to the old and well established firm of Messrs ED. H. LEWIS & SON LTD. This firm is recognised by leading growers as one: of the most solid in the United Kingdom, and growers would be well 'advised to make use of their services for best results. ? ? SHIPPING NO. 45Q ALL PORTS LIBERAL ADVANCES AGAINST CONSIGNMENTS We also recommend consignments to ?''?'. Messrs J. H. LUTTEN & SOHN HAMBURG & BREMEN SHIPPING NO. gQg OR ^.PJQ Advances Against Consignments. Stencils and Advice Notes Supplied on Application. F. J. BENNETT & CO. A.M.P. BUILDINGS, HOBART...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 19 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 can be relied upon. MARTIN & CO. FRUIT MERCHANTS. 33 ROMA STREET MARKETS, CITY MARKETS, HAYMARKET, BRISBANE. Established 1906. SYDNEY. SHIPPING No. 4.4. 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. PEARS. P EARS. FOR THE BEST RETURNS, SEND TO 23 BRISBANE 23 E. ...

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R.S.S.I.L.A. DERWENT VALLEY BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 19 April 1934

R.S.S.I.LA. DERWENT VALLEY BRANCH. The annual meeting of the Derwent branch of the RjS.S.I.L.A. was held at the Library Hally New Norfolk, on Wednesday evening. Mr B. Kilmar tin presided over a good attendance of members. The annual report stated that the objects of the branch were fully maintained. The balance - sheet showed a slight increase in both general and1 relief accounts. The branch sustained a severe loss by the death of comrade Samuel Salt, who formerly was a storekeeper of Plenty. The deceased was an enthusiastic worker, and his demise is widely re gretted. In moving the adoption' of the re ports, the chairman, after congratu lating the branch upon its success for the year, referred to the sterling qualities of the late Mr Salt, and as a mark of respect members stood in silence for the usual period. Con tinuing, the chairman said their late comrade had provided transport facilities to' the last conference at Campbell Town gratis, to preserve the funds, which otherwise wo...

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Personal [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 26 April 1934

Personal .Mr Walter Calvert,- of Dennes Point, a former resident of Waterloo, has been renewing Huon acquaint ances during the last week or so. Last week he spent several days 'in Huonville, as the - guest of Mr and Mrs W. Cundy, 'Wilmar.' ; Mrs R. Coldstream and her grand daughter, Miss Molly Tanner, of Invermay, are spending a few days holiday with Mr and Mrs D. H. Thomas, of Franklin.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 26 April 1934

Reliable and up-to-date Service for the direct marketing of your fruit with the result that top prices are maintained. , Stencils Free. Liberal Advances. Prompt Settlements. Central 4091 (two lines.)

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Sporting Notes DRAUGHTS. PROBLEM No. 52. (By C. F. Barker, U.S.A.) [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 26 April 1934

Sporting Notes DRAUGHTS. , PROBLEM No. 52. (By C. F. Barker, U.S.A.) Black: 19, 21; king 32. White: 28; kings 11, 22. White to move and' win.

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H. AND C. ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 26 April 1934

H. AND C. ASSOCIATION. THe annual meeting of, the Huon andi Channel Draughts Association is to be held at Margate on 3rd May next. The secretary reports that during the past year two new clubs joined the association, bringing the total to ' eleven affiliated clubs, with 187 players taking part in roster matches. Considering the scattered population in the district, it was very gratifying that such splendid pro gress had been made, as' the number of members now exceeds the rest of the registered! draughts players in Tasmania. The roster matches last season were ' very keenly^ contested, and without exception there was dis played a friendly sporting spirit that greatly added to the pleasure of all who Darticinated in the games. Woodbridge were winners of the A Grade; Sandfly No.' 2 won B Grade, and Huonville- No. 2 won C Grade. As winners of A Grade Woodbridge played the leading S.T.D.A. team (South Hobart) for the C. W. Grant Shield. The city team won by a narrow margin. Two matches ...

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BRISBANE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 26 April 1934

BRISBANE MARKET. The Brisbane Selected- v Agents Committee report: — Jonathans, to 7/6 for best sizes and quality; other apples, 4/ to 7/. Pears are wanted. Coles,- to 11/ ; other varieties, 7/ to ' 11/. Messrs J. R. Livingstone and Co., Fruit Exchange, Brisbane, report: — The pear market is very firm. Coles, 2| and three-eights, 10/; 2\, 9/. Apples. — Jonathans, 2 h, 7/ to 7/6; Tasmans, 7/; Dukes, 5/ to 6/; Crabs, 7/ to 8/ ; Aromatics, 5/ to 7/. The apple market is a trifle easier owing to heavy supplies having been for wairded' from Victoria. H. J. Plint, Municipal Markets, Brisbane reports:— Owing to greatly increased clientele on last year's ope rations, we have no difficulty this week, in spite of heavy supplies, in maintaining 8/6 to 9/ for sound 2i and 23 Jonathans, and 9/ to 10/ for Winter Cole pears. We are confident the market wil'l hold.

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UPPER DERWENT AUTUMN WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 26 April 1934

UPPJE.fi DERWENT AUTUMN WEATHER. The weather has been changeable, and we have had a little rain. Sun day was a bitterly cold day, with a very penetrating wind. Monday was also cold, but the wind dropped, and the day was not so bleak, and the weather seems;lo be more settled. The Bushy 'Park district : is' still a marvel of autumn colors, arid' is es neeiallv Atfcrafttiva ? ? f.Viic' vonr tVio tones of the foliage seem 'o be more vivid than usual. i OBITUARY. j The funeral of the late ,Mr Mark | A. Marshall, who was stationmaster of Macquai'ie Plains for 16 years, took place on. Wednesday,; the 18th. Members of the Loyal Glenora Lodge and the_ Glenora Masonic Lodge were present'. Rev. Brammell, of New Norfolk, conducted the service. The funeral was one of the largest seen in this district, and1 there were many floral tributes. ^ , TALKIE ENTERTAINMENT. A very successful talkie entertain ment was heard in the Upper Der went Hall on the 18th April, in aid of the Blind, Deaf and Dumb In...

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Fruit News SYDNEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 26 April 1934

| Fruit News I ?' SYDNEY MARKET. The Sydney Selected Agents Com mittee report: — Jonathans, 4/ to' 7/ ; Delicious, -5/ to -7/ ; -special, 8/ ; Cleos, 4/ to 7/ ; Dukes, 3/ to 5/; - Tasmans, 4/ to 6/; Crabs, 5/ to 7 / ; .. Pears.— Coles, 1) to 10/ ; Nelis, 6/ / to .8/; Packhams,' 6/ to- 8/; others/ . 5/ to 7/. ; '

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