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

PROVED BY RESULTS! BASIC PHOSPHATES FOR THE FARMER Builds up Pastures. Encourages the growth of Clovers. , ' ' , Supplies mineral contents that are essential to produce healthy Stock. FOli THE ORCHARD 1ST ' . , Produces hard, gooa-keeping Fruit; . Makes for Healthy Trees. Keeps your soil supplied with the most * necessary constituents. The above photograph is of Wheat grown, with Basic Phosphate by a well-known farmer in Southern Tasmania. It yielded 70 bushels to the acre. / ; ' You cannot afford to expend money on expensive fertilisers— Why do so when you get the desired results with Basic Phosphate. ? - N. L. TiOPKINS FERTILISER MERCHANT 1 DUNN STREET - ? - - HOBART I IT COSTS AS MUCH to apply | , I Bad Material as Good 1 1 When Ordering, INSIST on | 'BLUEBELL' SPRAYS I And you will get the BEST 1 I ? that money can buy — — | I The Sole Agents are: i - . - r I W. D. Peacock & Co. 1 I , PTY- Lm I I Princes Wharf * Hobart § COCKSHUTT PLOUGHS FOR EVERY PURPOSE We are Sole Re...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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Methodist Show SUCCESSFUL EFFORT AT CYGNET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 26 April 1934

Methodist Show SUCCESSFUL EFFORT AT ? CYGNET. . The Cygnet Methodist Autumn Show was held in the Town Hall on Wednesday last, and was opened by Colonel A C. IBlacklow, M.H.R. The Rev. C. O. Leigh Cook, M.A., after having thanked the judges and work ers, welcomed Colonel and Mrs Black low. He said that one of the great tasks of the parliamentarian of to day was to inspire confidence in the hearts of the people. This end was very happily served on such an oc casion as this, giving as it did, an opportunity for Colonel Blaclclow to establish personal contact with the people. He welcomed Col. Black low because of the fine work that he was doing for the orchardist, and' be cause of what he was in himself. Colonel Blacklow, responding in an illuminating address, defined the re lationship between the Federal and the State Governments, and in stanced some of the work that the Federal Government was trying to do. He thanked the people for their cor dial welcome and congratulated them on thei...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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Restriction of Exports PERILOUS SITUATION ARISES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 26 April 1934

Restriction of Exports , PERILOUS SITUATION ARISES. ' 'There is definite danger that in creased restriction upon the entry of ? Australian exports into Great Britain will be put into operation,' says the weekly bulletin of the Aus tralian! Country Party. 'We can either sit down under this threat, or we can take steps to obviate it._ If we sit down under it, both Britain and Australia will be in a dilemma over interest payments to the former country, because our huge interest , bill can be paid only in goods. If we are prevented by restrictions from sending these goods to Britain, a serious situation' arises. 'If Britain restricts our exports, then we. have little- scope for their sale to other European countries which have raised tariff barriers against us already. We are forced back into the position where we must consume ourselves everything that we produce — and if we have not the population' to consume it all, then ; the producers of the surplus must go out of production. 'The o...

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

W. H. BEAUCHAMP & C° p™. LTD. 129 MACQUARIE ST., HOBART Accredited representatives for Messrs CONNOLLY SHAW Ltd. FRUIT BROKERS LONDON, LIVERPOOL, HULL, MANCHESTER, AVONMOUTH, GLASGOW, HAMBURG — Aug. Stier; ROTTERDAM — Algemeene Vruchten Import Co. Shipping No. 502 fo all Ports. J

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Anzac Day ANNUAL CELEBRATION IN THE HUON. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 26 April 1934

Anzac Day ANNUAL CELEBRATION IN THE HUON. ? 1 Anzac Day was celebrated through-, out the southern . districts -of Tas mania with even more fervour than usual yesterday/ the attendances at the various' church and civic func tions being . much greater than on previous occasions.

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

GRAND DANCE and EUCHRE TOURNAMENT JUDBURY HALL THURSDAY, MAY 3rd. Proceeds in aid School funds. Excellent Supper. Mrs Griggs Orch. G. R. COLE, Hon. Sec. ANZAC SERVICE AT GEEVESTON ^NZAC Service will be held at the Soldiers' Memorial, Geeveston, on SlUNDAY, 29th April,, at 2.30 p.m. (weather permitting) , otherwise in the Town Hall. E. BURGESS, Warden of Esperance. WANTED, TWO FOOTBALL UMPIRES For Southern Football Association. Season commences Saturday, May 5, the playing centres being Surges Bay, Dover, Raminea, and Southport. Applicants to state fee required, which fee is also to include travelling expenses. Applications close Mon day, April 30th. ? SAM BROWNE, Hon. Sec., Dover, j

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

OBITUARY. Friends of Mrs Syd. Norris, of Franklin, will regret to learn of her death, which occurred at her resi dence last night. Mrs Norris had been suffering from an acute illness for some years past, but bore her af flictions with great fortitude. She suffered a severe attack last Sunday and never rallied. The funeral will take place at the Castle Forbes Methodist cemetery to-morrow (Fri day) afternoon. ! - Girl (applying for a job in the chorus) : 'Mother says I sing beau tifully.' Manager: 'Bring lne a re commendation' from the neighbours, and I'll give you a trial.' ?

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

I DAILY— 10.45, 2.15 & 7.50 STRAIN D RESERVES I 4663 I BROADWAY'S BIG MUSICAL DRAMA, AND ' GOODBYE , AGAIN' With William Warren, Joan Blondell. And another of those Masterpieces — Walt. Disney's Silly Symphony in Technicolour: 'PIED PIPER ' ' ? ? ASSOCIATE FEATURE ? 'WALLS OF GOLD'' With Sally Eilers, Norman Foster and Ralph Morgan WATCH FOR — Mr. GEORGE ARLISS in 'A SUCCESSFUL CALAMITY'. ? 11 ? sat. NEW HUON THEATRE This Sat. k HUONVILLE^ ? Those Popular Stars in their latent Romance. I JANET GAYNOR and CHARLES FARRELL I ? 'THE FIRST YEAR' I Also, the great mystery thriller ? ? , ' Charlie Chan 's Chance ' I WARNER OLAND as the great Chinese Detective. H. B. WARNER as the man from Scotland Yard. |H and MARION NIXON— the woman in the case. FRANKLIN FOOTBALL CLUB. iSlPECIAL GENERAL MEETING. SPECAL ' General Meeting will be held in the Franklin Town Hall on Thursday, May 3rd, com mencing at 7.45 p.m. Business: 1 Discussion on proposed' players' insurance fund. 2. Election of c...

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Football HUON ASSOCIATION. OPENING OF THE SEASON IN THE HUON. HUONVILLE AND KERMANDIE WIN. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 26 April 1934

Football HUON ASSOCIATION. OPENING OF THE SEASON IN THE HUON. HUONVILLE AND KERMANDIE WIN. The football season in the Huon opened last Saturday, when matches were played at Franklin and Cygnet, both home clubs being defeated by Huonville and Kermandie respect ively. It was a typical late autumn day, with alternating periods of sunshine and rain. Fortunately for the club's exchequers the early part of the af ternoon was fine, and induced fairly good attendances of spectators to turn out to see the opening matches. The play, however, was below the standard1 of the last few seasons, . even allowing for the fact that the roster has started a week earlier than usual. Notable absentees were noticed from all the teams, and the number was greater probably than has ever occurred before in a single season. There was nothing like the influx of prominent players from city and other clubs, although there are- still one or two to complete their .. residential qualifications, the most prominent be...

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WAY OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 26 April 1934

WAY OUT. The housewife was showing her new maid through the upstairs rooms. Fin ally, they came to a staircase leading down to the garden. 'Now, Mary,' said the housewife, stepping on to the landing, 'when you wish to pass down to the garden, go down this way.' At that moment she slipped, and with a great bumping noise she was precipitated to the bottom. 'Goodness,' mum!' gasped the maid, staring down from above. 'Are ye hurt?' 'No; it's nothing,' came the reply, as the dishevelled mistress rose to her feet. 'Then ye've got down foine, mum!' declared the girl. 'But if that's the way I've got to go down; the job's too strenuous for me!' ' Babs: 'Men are queer. Teli them six months . after the honeymoon that your love is growing cold, and they'll not even glance up from the news paper.' Mabs: 'Yes. But tell them the soup is getting cold and they'll jump a mile!' Bill took his sweetheart to see his favorite football' team. The girl was a film fan, and, not being very interested in foot...

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

Coming Events April 28— Dance, Cradoc Hall (St. Peter's Churtih.) April 28 — Childrenfs Sports, Ameri can Tea, Euchre Tournament andj Dance, Ranelagh. May 5 — Grand Dance, Blind, Deaf, and Dumb Institution, Ranelagh Hall. Ma#- 10— Third Annual Ball, Sacred Heart Church, Huonville - Town Hall May 12 — Annual May Ball, Drill Hall, Cygnet. June 13 — A.I.F. Ball, Huonville Town Hall. June 29 and 30 — Annual Catholic Fair, Franklin Town Hall.' Sept. — Franklin Fruit Show and Fair. THE Huon & Derwent Times THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1934.

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WALKING WISDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 26 April 1934

WALKING WISDOM. The custom of carrying jars of water on the head which is practised by many savage tribes is one that has ???; produced extraordinary grace of move ment. The womenfolk who carry water or balance other loads have achieved through this a buoyant' and enviable perfection in walking — though they themselves probably do not realise it. We could do well to copy their natural and graceful car riage and, absurd though it may sound, to copy their means of getting it al most literally. But we might substi | tute a book for a jar of water, as the consequences would be somewhat dis astrous if, unpracticed as we are, we took to wandering round the house with a jar of water precariously bal anced! A few minutes could be spent, how ever, to great advantage with a book. It should be a fairly large ' one — for that is more difficult to carry than a small one. If you place it on your head without looking at a mirror you will very likely have your head bent forward a little and perhaps...

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

J. E. MITTY i DENTIST, FRANKLIN May be Consulted daily, the fol lowing' dates excepted:— HUONVILLE— Picnic Hotel, every Tuesday, 1.30 till 5 p.m. CYGNET — Every : Thursday (Old . Bank Chambeis), 10.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. GEEVESTON— 'Hillcrest,' April 27 10 a.m. till 5 p;m. DOVER.— 'St. Elmo,' May 4, 10. a.m. till-4 p.m. SOUTHPORT— Every fourth Satur day. ; Next visit, Saturday,' May 19. 'Phone : 3 Franklin. THE' I^IPERIAL ALTERATION IN TARIFF. In addition to the usual Table D'Hote Prices, Breakfast and Special Three-Course Luncheons and Din ners will be obtainable at 2/- each. M. D. FLEXMORE, Manageress. CLEMES COLLEGE 393 ARGYLE STREET, HOBART THE SCHOOL WITH THE PERSONAL TOUCH A HOME SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN OF ALL AGES Special Technical Course for Country Boys.

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NICE QUIET GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 26 April 1934

NICE QUIET GAME. Mrs. Robinson could never take her husband's golf seriously. She was one of those people to whom all games are a mystery. One day she accompanied him to the links and followed him round grumb ling all the way. At last he landed in a bunker, ana spent some time noun dering about in the sand. His wife sat down on the top of the bunker, opened a novel, and said, quite affably, 'You see, darling, I knew per fectly well you could do all your play ing in one place if you wanted to.' Baxter was making a call on an old friend; but, unfortunately, he was one of those people who, with the best in tentions in the world, always manage to do the wrong thing. 'I declare,' he observed to his friend's wife, 'it quite cures me to see a little of your home life.' A stony stare from his hostess made him realise he had said the wrong things 'Er — not that your home life is — but,' he continued — 'er — er — {hat is to say, it makes me glad of my own home -er ? ' , . . 'Mr. Baxter,' brok...

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Current Topics BRAESIDE ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 26 April 1934

Current Topics - BRAESIDE ROAD. Mr A. C. Seabrook, M.H.A., has been- informed by the Minister, for Lands and Works that approval has been given to his request for an amount of money to be spent on the Braeside road. The inspector is pre paring specifications, and when these are completed the work will be put in hand.

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

sat* n A II \Cowrne/DG£ Jk^w^jd nil »*»?*»'? covnedy- _ ^ f^r\ 1 ? ? ? — ? THE MOOT GLORIOUS MUSICAL EVENTS OP 1934. CITY HALL, THIS SATURDAY AND NEXT TUESDAY. vFirst appearance in Tasmania of the World-famous Australian Dramatic Soprano, who has the World; at her feet. FLORENCE AUSTRAL 'If there is another Wagnerian Soprano as good in the world to-day, London has not heard of her.' (London 'Daily Mail,' 14/4/31.) JOHN AMADIO, JOHN AMADIO, The Master Flautist. The Master Flautist. Assisting Artist, RAYMOND LAMBERT, Solo Pianist. PRICES: 7/6, 5/-, 4/-, 3/-, 2/ (plus Tax.) All seats may be booked'. Information regarding special concessions for parties obtainable at Findlay's. Box Plans now open at Findlay's.

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POLITICAL HUMBUG. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 26 April 1934

POLITICAL HUMBUG. In another portion of this issue we publish a circular which has been is sued by the Australian Country Party, in which attention is drawn to the danger that primary producers of Australia are in if the policy. of re striction of exports is to be per severed with. No . fault is to b,e found with the statement of the case. It is cleairly and fairly put; but just at the point where such a bulletin would become useful it breaks down altogether. It suggests nothing in the way of a remedy, but aslcs some questions for somebody else to answer— either because A.C.P. is un able to solve its own riddles, or it wants to take the usual political course of condemning what any other. 'Party' proposes. We sug gest that bulletins of this nature are only political humbug. It is very easy to foresee that when the next scramble for political honors (carry ing with them, of course, high re muneration) comes round, the I told youso's will be proclaiming their f oresightedness in predi...

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ANZAC DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 26 April 1934

ANZAC DAY. Tasmanian .ex-service men and women will be pleased to learn that at the Commemoration ceremony at the Cenotaph in London on Anzac Day, Tasmania was represented when Miss' Mary. Caulfield'laid a wreath on behalf of . the Tasmanian branch of the R.'S.S.I.L.A. The wreath was composed 01 Tasmanian berries gen erously donated by the Hobart City Council, was neatly designed, and made gratis by 'Mr G. Nation, florist: Messrs F. S. Hanton, H. Jones and Co., and A. G. Webster, and Son, kindly arranged for the wreath .to be placed in ice, and carried in the ship's refrigerator.

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Dover BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 26 April 1934

Dover BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION. On the 8th inst. Hope Island was to celebrate' a gala day, but the weather conditions were unkind. The occasion was the 90th birthday of the 'Laird of the Island,' Mr Bob Sawers, and in spite of the rain and cold a large number of his friends made the vtrip across. Among these were Mrs Chesterman, of Sandy Bay, Mr and Mrs Rapp, and Mr A. Clen nett, who have been acquainted' -with the nonogenarian for over half a century. Other friends from Hobart unfortunately were compelled to re turn owing to the rough weather. However, Mr Sawers' friends were not to be altogether debarred from conveying their personal congratula tions, for next d'ay, when the con ditions .were more favorable, they again set out, and' this, time achieved their object. Captain ?Seulthorpe, Mr and Mrs W, Jackson, sen., and Cr. and Mrs W. Jackson were among the second, contingent of visi tors. A huge birthday cake was prepared for the occasion, and was dealt with in the traditional way. Mr...

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CHURCH NOTICES. FRANKLIN RANELAGH PARISH. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 26 April 1934

CHURCH NOTICES. FRANKLIN-RANELAGH PARISH. Church of England, fourth Sunday after Easter. — St. John's, .8 a.m.; St. James, 11 a.m.; St. Peter's, 7 p.m. (Harvest Festival, anthem and switching on of electric light). Mon day Night, Sale ' of Gifts in Cradoc Hall. Harvest Festival, St. John's, May 6th. CYGNET— Catholic — Masses,- Cygnet, 8.30 and 11; Devotions; Pelverata, 3; Cygnet, 7.30 p.m. Rev. A. Cullen, P.P. Church of England — Cygnet, 8, 11 and 7; Lymington, 3; Rev. C. C. Robertson. ESPERANCE — : ?Church of England. — Catamaran, 11; Leprena, 2; Lune River, 4; Dover 7. Rev. S. F. L. Clougher. NEW NORFOLK— Methodist. — New Norfolk, 11, Mr Solomon; 7 p.m., Mr H. W. Sihoo 6ridge. M.D. Hospital, 2 p.m., Rev. Delbridge. Back River, 2.30, Mr Solomon. Mount Lloyd, 4.15, Rev. Delbridge. Bushy Park, 7 p.m., Rev. Delbridge. HUONVILLE— Congregational. — Huonville, 11 and 7 (Harvest Festival); Cradoc,. 3.30. Rev. F. Menzies. GEEVESTON — Church of England. — Geeveston, 11 and 7; Glendevie (Har...

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