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Geeveston ANZAC SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934
Geeveston ANZAC SERVICE.. ? An Anzac service was hiild at -the mor.umerit, Geeveston, -on Sunday af te: noon,, and there was a' good at tendance of residents. ' ' An Anzac .^orvice was also heid at the school on Anzac Day,'. ? , The Rector .(Rev. J. DI 'S. Daish) ,r*r-rl 4-U „ « v, .1 i.U ~ T- T V TO *. i cau tiic liic. lvu v. d . . 1 pickinscn gave the. address. 'The'or g'r.nisf .jyas Miss Ruby; Diefs^' and -Mr Herbert Beirnelt sounded the . 'Las£ i^c2t.:' Accompanying :the Revs'. J: J. Drish and J. Dickinson 'were1' the ivVardeh (Mr E. Burgess), &naViDr: ?N. G. Abbott. '''.v ;i HARVEST FESTIVAL. At 'the' Geeveston' Congregational Church on 'Sunday last harvest fes j.val. services weve held. The church was 'decorated with autumn leaves, fruit and vegetables by the deacons and women of the church. The Rev. j. Dickinson preached , appropriate sermons morning and evening, arid Special:' music was rendered by ? the', choir. On' Monday evening the' har vest social'. .was. held, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934
Always Cold.— One often gets tired of hearing the jibes of city people to the effect that farmers are always grumbling. The 'Speaker's Maga zine' quotes the case of a son of toil who was always grateful. :He was a man who always looked 'ori f the bright side of life and when any thing. went wrong always looked up something good to , match it. ~ He happened to lose a fine, horse. When friends expressed Sympathy, he said: 'I can't complain; I never lost a horse before.' This crop failed, and he said: 'After ten years of good crops I have no kick coming, because of one failure.' Finally, poor fel low, a railroad train ran over him, and both feet had to be amputated at the ankles. A friend called to see him and said: 'Jim, what have you to say after this misfortune?' ' 'They were always cold, anyhow,' he re plied.
HUON SCOUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934
HUON SCOUTS. Last Thursday evenirig a confer ;nce of Huon Scoutmasters took place at Huonville to discuss arrange-: ments for the completion of the trophy offered' by the Governor' Sir Ernest Clark) for the .most efficient patrol. Rev. Ian Macdonald pre sided, and there were . also present Revs. C. C. Robertson (Cygnet), J. n S . ffJonvocfrm'* nmYirmc sioner N. T. Stilwell (Waterloo), S.Ms. J. Hopkins (Franklin); G, Stil well (Waterloo), and M. Frankcomb (Ranelagh). The competition will be held on October 27 and 28, but the Huon representatives will be chosen after a test. to be held on Sep tember 8 and- 9, the examiners of which .will be selected from Huon residents. Reference was made to the great jamboree to be held in Melbourne next December, and it was stated that several Huon Scouts have signified ? their, intention of taking part in it.
Correspondence. BUYER IS KING. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934
Correspondence. BUYER IS KING. To the Editor. Sir,— One may lead a horse to the water, but one cannot make him drink. One may have excellent goods to sell, but if the buyer does not want them he cannot be induced to buy. Many years ago the late Mr Alfred Leakin said, 'The buyer is king.' That fact is apparent to-* day, and lack of markets and starva tion pi-ices lor wneat ana Duiter nas rendered despei-ate the plight of the agriculturist. Wheat is selling at. prices lower than it has brought sinct; the sixteenth century. . Denmark^ in a determined effort to capture' overseas markets, is selling butter for- home consumption at 215 kroner, a hundred kilos compared with 123 kroner f.o.b. to Great Britain. Dutch merchants are quoting to Dutch con sumers ab the equivalent of 190/ a ewt., while the export price to Great Britain is 50/ f.o.b. In New Zea land butter can be produced more chcaply than in the Commonwealth, yet farmers in the Dominion find that foreign subsidies do more than ou...
ILLUSTRATED LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934
ILLUSTRATED LECTURE!; . , Residents' of the Huon, who are interested in the- peace expedition to Arn.heim Land, will have an unique opportunity 'of hearing some ?? first hand information from the leader, Rev. H. E. Warren, who will give an address, illustrated by - moving pic tures, in the Huonville. Towri Hall on Wednesday; May 30, at 8 p.m; Ad mission is free.
THE APPLE INDUSTRY. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934
THE APPLE INDUSTRY. To the Editoi. ' Sir, — Apparently unable to -press any destructive criticism; Mrs'CO.r M. Calvert descends' to abuse ^by describ ing my suggestions, particularly the possibility of the Government finding new markets, as 'palpably absurd, and an impossible picture.' Now it happens that since writing my letter, advice is to hand of an article on 'Planned Empire Marketing,' ap pearing in the London 'Times' of 3rd April, 1934. It states: 'Mr Bruce's experience has convinced- him that the economic salvation of the Commonwealth depends on a con certed policy of trade production, in which the Governments will combine with leaders of agriculture, etc.' In other words, Mr S. M.. Bruce realises that political economy and planned production and distribution are intsr woven, and' as the Governments have in the past assisted.' - to obtain a greater production, so they must now assist to obtain a market for such produce, either by extending purchasing power within the country...
MOTOR ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934
MOTOR ACCIDENT. Wheri riding a motor cycle between Port Huon and Geeveston on- Sunday last, Mr Robt. Cadell, of Bruny Island, collided with a car in negotia ting one of the .bends of., the road, and- suffered severe injuries to the scalp, face and one knee:- He was taken to the Hobart hospital, and is making good progress towards,, re covery. V : ...
British Film News [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934
British Film News I (Special to 'Huon and Dei-went Times'.') 'Mr R. L. Rowe, . divisional manager of; the Fox Films Corporation of Aus tralasia, Ltd., has arrived from Mel bourne -.,'ior- the purpose of establish ing in .Tasmania a branch of his com pany, who distribute in Tasmania, Australia 'and New Zealand the pro ducts of the' Fox Film Corporation and the Gaumonit-British Corpora tion. two of the largest, filmnrnduc ing companies in the world. Mr Rowe, who is at present in Launceston, will visit Hobart later in the month He will spend some little time in Tasmania . -while engaged in completing important plans for the extensive screening of new pictures from the Fox and Gaumont-British studios. MUSICAL COMEDY. It was said by, one of the foremost comedians of the- world that 'it takes one Englishman to write a. good son'g and four German-American names to make it a commercial success.' This may — or may not^rhave been an ex aggeration, but the fact remains that nearly every song p...
UPPER DERWENT THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934
UPPEiv DERWENT I v . ; . /? ? : 1 1 THE WEATHER: ! The weather has been very cold, especially towards the end1 of last week, but the last few days have been delightful. The autumn glory of colors is declining, and soon the trees will be bare of any foliage. The river has risen a good1 deal since the recent rains, and the bare hills are showing signs of the grass shooting — quite a change after the parched looking browness of a few weeks ago. Pile driving has begun on! the tem porary bridge at Macquarie Plains. HARVEST FESTIVALS. -The -Methodist . Church at Bushy Park, and St. Augustine's, Macquarie Plains,, celebrated1 their harvest fes tivals ' on ? Sunday evening. Both churches were well attended and very nicely decorated. The produce from St.- Au'gustine's was sent to the Home of. Mercy, and that of the Methodist Church was sold by auction at a social on Monday evening. Rev. and Mrs Delbrxdge were present, and a most enjoyable evening was spent. Supper was served, and Mr V. W. Sh...
HUONVILLE'S SECOND WIN. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934
HUONVILLE'S SECOND WIN. Cygnet were at home to Huonville last Saturday, and in spite of the fact that the visitors were generally expected, to score an easy win, the game proved an exceptionally excit ing and closely contested one. With the breeze in their favor Huonville only managed to get a lead of 11 points in the first quarter. In the second quarter play was very even, the scores being 2.5 to 2.1 in Cyg net's favor. Cole showed what a good tactician he is by sending Powell forward, in the third quarter, the move proving so successful that Huonville got a lead of 41 points to commence the last term with. Five of .the six goals kicked by the maroons came from Powell. Cygnet made a splendid effort to reverse the position in the last quarter. They were almost continually on the of fensive, and scored five goals and seven behinds, while their opponents only put on 1.1. Their previous lead, however, enabled Huonville to run out winners by 10 points. Scoi'es at the close of the quarte...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934
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LOWER DERWENT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934
LOWER DERWENT ASSOCIA TION. The Upper Derwent Football Club, which has competed for a number of years in the Southern Country As sociation, was admitted to the Lower Derwent Association for the 1934 season, provided that they played not tvmvA fVion fivo rv-P Inef trflov'o senior ranks, and that Plenty did not play more than five of Upper Der went's senior men. It was decided to affiliate with the Tasmanian Foot ball League, and the registration :fee of clubs was fixed at 7s 6d. The resignation of Mr A. Gilbert as secretary was accepted, and a vote of thanks for his work last year was recorded in the minutes. The following officers were elected : Patron, Mr J. J. Dwyer, M.H.A.; president, Mr D. J. Sullivan; chair man and secretary, Mr D. V. Cur tain ; investigation committee, Messrs D. V. Curtain, A. Traill, A. Hill, L. Balmer.
CLUB NOTES. FRANKLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934
CLUB NOTES. FRANKLIN. As a team Franklin showed . vast improvement on the previous Satur day. They played better as a com bination, and showed to considerable advantage in passing, especially along the boundaries. There was also goo-J understanding amongst the for wards. 'Tony' Johnston, though suffering from an injured toe, played1 a great game throughout, and led the team with fine judgment. He was right at his best. Joe Brereton was a tower of strength in the centre. He was di rectly responsible for three of the goals in the second quarter, and all through marked and kicked with his accustomed skill. 'Chum' Freeman played another useful game, rarely missing a possible mark or failing to kick accurately. Roy Fulton deserves much credit for clever shepherding and generally displaying 'football brains.' It was one of the best exhibitions of play he has given. Basil Temple was again reliable in defence and excellent in driving the ball out of the danger zone. A surprise packet was Ja...
CONTRASTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934
CONTRASTS. The people whom I love the best Are never here, but East or West, And those from whom I'd run away, I always see them, .every day. The things I love to talk about, My heart- will seldom let them out; For folk I see prefer to hear About the weathers of the year. But, oh, the places I would find! The people that I'd leave behind, While just the few that went with me Related to my heart should be.
Coming Events [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934
Coming Events May 5 — rGrand Dance, Blind, Deaf, and Dumb Institution, Ranelagh Hall.. May , 5 — Dance, ? Braeside Hall. May ? 10— Third Annual ? Ball, Sacred Heart Church, Huonville Town Hall May 12— Hockey Dance, Ranelagh Memorial Hall. , ? May 12— Annual ; May . Ball, Drill, Hall, .Cygnet. .. ? ' May 26— Annual Catholic Fair, Pubr lie Hall, Castle Forbes. ' ? ' ' May 30— Lecture by'Rev. H. E. War .r'en, Huonville' Town Hall: ;' ? June 13 — -A.I.F. Ball, Huonville Town Hall. . June 29 arid * 30— Annual Catholic ? Fair, Franklin Town Hall. Sept.- — Franklin Fruit 'Show arid Fair. . ? ' ' , ELECTION MEETINGS. May . 7 — 'Dr. N. G. Abbott, Geeves ton Town Hall. . Mayr9— — Hon. H. S. Baker and Dr. Abbott, Dover Town Hall. 1 MEETINGS. May 4-^Distressed . Soldiers' Fund, Franklin Town . Hall,' 3.30 p.m. , . the ?? Huon & Derwent Times THURSDAY,, may: 3, 1934.