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

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Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 26 April 1934

j PRODUCE MARKET. Messrs W. T. Tiiorpe Pty. Ltd. sold by auction in their mart last Friday: — Butter, lljd. to l/3£; cream, 6/ to 13/ doz.; dripping, 56 lb.; toma toes, 2/3 case; preserved eggs, lid. to 1/ doz.; fresh , eggs, 1/5 to 1/8 doz.; apples, 9d. to 2/ case; pears, 1/6 to 3/6 case; peaches, 6/6 to 8/ case; cabbages, 1/ to 2/6 doz.; cauliflowers,' 1/ to 2/ doz.; lettuce, 9d. to 1/ doz.'; potatoes, 5/ to 8/ bag; celery, 1/ bunch; pumpkins, 1/3 to 2/6 doz.; parsnips, 1/6 to 1/9 doz bunches; carrots, 2/ doz. bunches; onions, 6d' to 9d small bag; marrows, 1/3 to 4/ cdoz. beef, lid. to 6£d.; lamb, 6d. to 8d.; pork, 4Jd. to 7Jd. ; fresh sausage, 4d. to 5 id. ; belg. sausage, 6d. to 8d.; veal, 2d. to 61d. Live poultry — Ducks, 3/3 to 5/ pr.; cockerils, 2/6 to 5/6 pr.; roosters, ,3/ to 6/6 pr.; fowls, 2/6 to 4/ pr.; he'n-s, 2/6 to 4/3 pr.; pullets, 6/ to 6/6 pr.; turkeys, 11/ to 16/ pr.; chickens, 2/9 pr. Dressed\poul tr-- — Fowls, 3/3 to 6/ pr.; geese, 8/6 to . 9/ pr.; rabbits, 6d. ...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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LONDON MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 26 April 1934

LONDON MARKET Messrs A. J. Walshe and Co. have received cabled advice from their London principles, Messrs Ridley a'n'd Houlding that Westmorland fruit sold as follows: — Worcesters, Alfrisr tons, Jonathans, 8/ to 10/; Alexan ders, 6/6 to- 9/; Ribstones, 8/ to 9/; Coxs, 9/ to 14/. The market was affected by the appearance of bitter pit in last week's apples, but is now recovering with sound fruit.

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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OVERSEAS FRUIT MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 26 April 1934

OVERSEAS FRUIT MARKET Messrs T. Boss-Walker Pty. Ltd., of Hobart, have received a cablegram from Messrs Yeoward Bros.', in Liv erpool, to the following effect: — 'Present low prices explained by generally poor condition early Tas manian comparing unfavourably with arrivals from other sources think prices will improve as quality of fruit arriving improves.'

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FEDERAL FRUIT GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 26 April 1934

FEDERAL FRUIT GRANT. So far only 300 Victorian fruit growers have applied1 to participate in the £36,000 provided by the Fede ral Government for distribution among necessitous fruitgrowers in this State. The committee adminis tering the fund does not expect many more applications to be lodged. The money will be distributed according to the losses sustained by the claim ants in the export of apples last sea son.

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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OVERSEAS SHIPMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 26 April 1934

OVERSEAS SHIPMENTS. Nariva will arrive at Port Huon to-night to load fruit for Liverpool, London and Hamburg. Port Huon arrived at Hobart this morning, and is loading fruit for Hamburg, London and Liverpool. Orama is loading 19,200 cases of apples at Hobart for London, and will sail on Saturdav. Largs Bay arrived at Hobart to day, and commenced loading fruit for Hull and London. Pakeha left Hobart on Saturday, having lifted 18,970 cases of apples for London, 10,366 cases for Avon mouth, 48,991 cases for Liverpool. Of these 26,735 cases were loaded at Port Huon. Anchises arrived ? at Hobart to-day and is loading fruit for Liverpool and Glasgow. Balranald will arrive at Hobart to morrow, and will load fruit for the* United Kingdom ports, sailing on Saturday morning. Leuna arrived at Hobart to-day, and after loading fruit for Hamburg will sail on Saturday. Port Caroline will load fruit at Port Huon on Monday for Hull, Lon don and Liverpool.

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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Tasmanian Regatta Council MELBOURNE CENTENARY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 26 April 1934

Tasmanian Regatta Council MELBOURNE CENTENARY. What will undoubtedly be ? the greatest carnival yet staged in Aus tralia unfortunately gives every ap ? pearance of having an adverse effect ? on the next Christmas-New Year re gatta season in the Huon. From re ports received from a member of . '. the Regatta Council, who has just returned1 from Melbourne, the Cen tenary Regatta Committee is al ready working- hard to ensure the success of this great celebration; and the . whole of the population of Mel bourne is inspired and is working 1 ? wholeheartedly in the interests of this pageant. , Commencing on Boxing Day, the ? Centenary Regatta will extend until January 5th, 1935, and from infor mation to hand from the above ' source, and also from direct advices forwarded to the local sailing bodies, . -special inducements are being offered to entice yachtsman from all parts of .the Commonwealth. Included in the gigantic programme will be a race from Hobart for the Tasmanian trad ing vessel...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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Southport PUSHING AHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 26 April 1934

Southport [?] A recent visitor to Southport writes: — 'It is some years since my previous visit to Southport, but I am agreeably surprised at the signs of progress. For some time after the closing of the big mill, there hung over the district an air of depression that completely stifled any attempt to progress. The falling down of the men's temporary huts, the partial dis mantling of the mill, and the dilapi dated appearance of the remainder were constant reminders of a de parted hive of industry. But there were still some stout hearts in the district, and here and there improve ments began to show up. The clear ing of land1 was followed by the planting of orchards and gardens, houses were improved and enlarged, and new ones became a necessity. There is now quite a healthy rivalry between Southport and Dover for pride of place in the South for the largest volume of trade. It was this that caused me to look around and come to the conclusion that Dover will indeed have to brush itself...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934

g U RE HITTERS. AT CANE'S » ' . , Special Smokeless Load .; QUAIL CARTRIDGES. i4/6 — BOX — 4/6 ; ,. T. J. CANE & CO. LTD.

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VICTORIAN PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934

: VICTORIAN PROSPECTS. A report from Victoria states that good rains have fallen in practically all' fruit-growing districts of the State, but that they arrived too late to save the bulk of the apple crop. Fruitgrowers cannot remember a parallel .instance when the crop was practically . ready for. picking,- and I heir year's.- labors - was to be re warded, that such a severe drop of fruit occurred. In all apple growing districts heaps of apples are to be seen lying under the trees, particu larly Jonathans, the ground being simply carpeted with the fruit. On the Mornington Peninsula not only the -fruit fell from the trees, but the leaves also, as a result of the pro longed dry spell. It is feared that the rain coming as late as it has done, will.spo.il the keeping qualities of late vai-ieties yet to be picked. Seasonal conditions during recent years have been, such as to cause fruitgrowers anxiety,? and' they, are wondering if in the future they can look forward to .conditions which ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934

Alex. Clark & Son LIMITED ' UNDERTAKERS The firm of 80 years' standing. - Only address: COLLINS STREET, HOBART Telephone 3270. S SATURDAY, MAY 12th. THE, ANNUAL MAY BALL (In aid of Convent Debt) DRILL HALL, CYGNET. Music by the Cygnet Joyspreaders' - Orchestra. Floor Specially Prepared. Excellent Supper. SUBSCRIPTION, 2s. b. Donnelly, Hon. Sec. ANNUAL FAIR. 1*HE Annual Fair in aid of the Castle Forbes Catholic Church will be held in the Public Hall on Thursday, 20th May, 1934. To be opened at 3 p.m. by the Warden of the Huon. J. W. GARTH, Hon. Sec. DISTRESSED SOLDIERS. rpHE Meeting which was to have been held last Friday After noon, in connection with the Dis tressed Soldiers' Fund, was . post poned until To-morrow Afternoon at 3.30 p.m., in- the Franklin Town Hall. All ? ladies interested- are. invited: to be present. : , , . ,,EV BARNETT, Convenor. , HUON MUNICIPALITY ANNUAL ELECTION OF COUN CILLORS, 1934. J HEREBY declare- the under mentioned Electors to be elected as Cou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934

. t*m ? ii ?? i ii LM-ama m ? 11 „. FORfOONE BIGj_,WEEK ? Daily at 10.30, 2.15, and 8. Reserves: Phone 3868.~~ } toy of a Million^-e who went on strike, -^s^i faked failure to find real success! The Screen's Supreme Artist, with Mary Astor, Evelyn Knapp, Grant Mitchell, and pavid : . Torrence. Even Greater than ' The Millionaire ' . ? ASSOCIATE FEATURE ? 'The Ninth Guest ' ?with Donald Cook and Genevieve Tobin

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Deep Water Jetty ERECTION AT FORT CYGNET. ACTION BY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934

Deep Water Jetty ERECTION AT FORT CYGNET. ' ' ACTION BY COUNCIL. At the meeting of the Cygnet Municipal Council, held at Cygnet, to day, the Warden (Mr A. Davies), rcvivc:l the . negotiations of the council' ? in; ? piessing' for the erec -.ion1 . of - the proposed, deep water ?j^ty at-y Port ; Cygnet, which he said' was a long-felt wa;nt for fruit '?o rowels and '- the industry . generally. Tracing the history of the endeavors of the; council to secure the neces sary money-to finance the project, the Wai;d en. stated that . about the year 1926, :as the result of repeated re quests to the Government by the eouncil; -the present Minister for Lands., and Works (Mr-N. Campbell) , who was then occupying the' position of chairman of the Public Works Committee, ' visited and inspected' the site, and -heard : evidence regarding the advisability ' of . proceeding with the building of the: jetty; The re-, suit of the. inquiry 'was' the almost unanimous decision to go ahead, with the project,...

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Football HUON ASSOCIATION. FRANKLIN d. KERMANDIE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934

Football - HUON ASSOCIATION. FRANKLIN d. KERMANDIE. Although the weather conditions on Saturday morning were most un promising, a drizzling rain following a heavy- downpour of the night be fore,' the clouds lifted' at about 11 o'clock, and between then and 3 p.m. the ground dried up wonderfully well, and the game was played with out any great inconvenience to the players. The attendance was below the average. Kermandie had first use of a slight southerly breeze, and were not long in taking advantage of it. They found the opposing back line, however, hard to get past, and though they managed to launch attacks repeatedly, chiefly through long kicks, it was five min utes before they managed to score. They got a succession of three points before Franklin relieved the pres sure. Eyles was frequently in the limelight at this stage, marking and kicking like a champion. Tucker and Knight were his best supporters. The home team rallied with a fine run of passes, and Pat Rooke crowned the eff...

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Personal [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934

Personal Mr Geo. Matheson, who has been a prominent member of the New Nor folk Municipal Council, for some years past, has been elected Warden. On Monday last he received the con gratulations of Inspector C. C. Tom kinson on taking his place as chair PoU-tr Sossinnc fnr fVio fivof tjnio On Tuesday last Mr W. R. Yeates, of Franklin received news .of the death of his mother, Mrs Jas. Yeates, at Malvern, Victoria.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934

W. H. BEAUCHAMP & CP PTY, Lm 129 MACQUARIE ST., HOBART Accredited representatives fop Messrs, CONNOLLY SHAW Ltd. FRUIT BROKERS LONDON, LIVERPOOL, HULL, MANCHESTER, AVONMOUTH, I GLASGOW, HAMBURG — Aug. Stier; ROTTERDAM— Algemeene Vruchten Import Co. Shipping No. 502 for all Ports. I j Woods' Great Peppermint Cure ' j For Coughs and' Colds never fails.

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Scout News MELBOURNE CENTENARY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934

Scout News MELBOURNE CENTENARY. ; A State . sub-committe has been formed to deal with the -necessary, details in1 connection : with the despatch of a. Tasmanian contingent to: the -Australian jamboree..; The members include the State secretary; W. C. Burrows, Oberline Harris, D. Colbson' Pearse, and Eric John; At. a' recent meeting it was decided that i oniy luai, ana seconu class ocouis may go,. and these must be recom mended by their own Scoutmasters. Arrangements,. for the : Wolf Cubs are in the hands of Mr E. Johri. The usual troop or pack uniform will be worn except for the scarf, which, will be substituted by - a special State scarf obtainable from State head quarters, consisting of the recognised ;Tasmandari colors— green,' primrose;, and rose,1 and iri 'the peak at the back there will ' be a 'figure of a Tasmanian Wolf, ? The jamboree commences on ' De cember 27th, and ends on January 7th, after which hikes and excursions will take place until January 10th. Following the ter...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934

STRAND NEXT SATURDAY WEEK May 12th.

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Cygnet MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934

Cygnet 'MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. ' The municipal elections last week (fiXfiated-much-' -more ' than usual in terest, and resulted as follows: — Cradoc Ward— A. Davies, -207; L. T. Barwick, 134. Welsh, Ward.— P. J; Merchant, 95 ; A. A. Wolfe, -82; W. A. Sheppard, 74. - Cygnet Ward— F. P. Coad, 196 ; Geo. W. B. Walter, 176. MAY BALL. The Drill Hall is sure to-be crowded on Saturday, 12th May, the occasion^ being the -holding of the annual May ball, in aid of the Cygnet Convent debt.. This ball has an ex cellent dancing floor, 'which will be given extra attention; „ beforehand. The committee are now engaged in the preparation of. special decora tions, and - patrons are promised an excellent supper. The Joyspreaders provide the music. This ball has. in7; creased to its .present popularity partly on account of the splendid ero tertainment always ensured, but .es pecially for the. atmosphere of socialability amongst patrons, which is specially cultivated by.all con cerned with the management ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934

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