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Raminea ANNIVERSARY BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934

Raminea ANNIVERSARY BALL. The fifth anniversary ball of the Raminea Public Hall -will be held next Saturday. The committee are spar ing no expense to make the function enjoyable and spectacular. The Raminea Brass Band, of 15 players, and the Dover Orchestra, will sup ply the music for the old and new dances. Supper will be provided by the ladies committee. Among the visitors will be membei-s of the Southern Football Association, and the Kermandie Football Club.

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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GARDEN OF THE SOUL. Joys of Cultivating a Herb Patch. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934

GARDEN OF THE SOUL. Joys of Cultivating a Herb Patch. 'In our garden, a little way from the flower borders, and the vegetables, there is a small area which we call the herb patch,' writes Fay Inchfawn in the 'Woman's Magazine.' 'It is a humble and rather a strag gling affair, yet the garden would be quite incomplete without it. Here the parsley flourishes, the mint, and the gray-green sage; lemon-thyme and balm, rosemary and southernwood, they all grow just round about, and they are all valued, not for their flowers nor their fruit, but for their own gifts of giving. 'Theirs is a quality not easily de scribed. They soothe, they delight, they stimulate. There is not a sickly person among them, tliey are expon ents of the beauty of wholeness. I have found something curative in their company, and I think of them as I do of those who have the gift of healing. 'We have only to read the old books on lierbals to prove that this is liter ally true. Simples, oils, and ointments —indeed, almo...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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Ranlagh Sports ENJOYABLE DAY'S OUTING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934

Ranllagh Sports ENJOYABLE DAY'S OUTING. ~ On Saturday last a committee of i-local residents organised a children's ? . sports meeting, American tea, and ' dance in aid of the building fund of the Ranelagh Memorial Hall. Al though the afternoon was cold, there ?? was a fairly large attendance, but the winti-y conditions in the. morning caused .a great many competitors to . withdraw from the contests. ;^The races were run on the same :.v linps as the Anzac sport sat Franklin, with the result that Ranelagh were successful in winning most of the '? events; securing 52J points,- then came ; Franklin 36 J, Lucaston 32', '-Mountain River 25, Huonville 5, Glen Huon 2. The American afternoon was held : in the hall, the stall-holders being: — Sweets, . Mrs J. Stevens, Miss Betty . Frankcomb; produce, Mesdames J. Harris, S. Sheppard, R. Bennett, jun., G. Stanley; afternoon tea, Mesdames W. S. Harris, E. Bell, H. Sheppard, : Misses D. Roberts, D. Higgins. The ' secretary was Mrs A. A. Frankcomb...

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THE GAY BANDIT OF THE BORDER A Thrilling Romance of the Mexican Border Country. (Publisbed by Special Arrangement.) [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER XLVI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934

THE GAY BANDIT OF THE BORDER A Thrilling Romance of the Mexican Border Country. By TOM GILL. {Published by Special Arrangement.) [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER XLVI,— -(Continued.) Straight from Mendoza's Adela drove to the house of Don Bob, and as the rancher ran down the steps she laid both hands on his arm. 'You heard what my uncle did?' He nodded. it was unwortny or a caDaiiero. l am ashamed for him and for me. But what shall I say to Ted?' ?' He patted her hand. 'Better say no thing at all, dear. It's over~ and,' lie sides, Ted had quite a busy evening after that.' 'How is he? And where is lie?' Bob nodded toward the house. 'In- side',' trying to shave with his left hand. He's just a little awkward this morning, for some reason.' Then his eyes were fired with the memory of that struggle, and he shook the girl gently by the shoulders. 'Our Ted ' made immortal border history last night, Adela. Jito's defeat will mean more for the peon than a dozen of El Coyote's raids. But when d...

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

'Soilence in the Coort!' the Bobby .. . cried, . ' . . , .^And I_ really thought I should have ? -? died ? . :v-:- , . ' ' ;With the 'coughing here, and the V. sniffling there, ? . r Till the Judge, enraged, said, 'I , declare, . -' jit^Tliis row no longer I'll endure, Just s e n^l -,f ouv'Wo o d s' Great Pepjier 4 mint Cure.' :

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THE SOUTHERN REGATTAS FILMED. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934

THE SOUTHERN REGATTAS. . FILMED. In the annual report of the Tas manian Regatta Council, to be placed before members next Saturday, it is stated that by arrangement with Mr E. T. Emmett, Director of the Tas manian Tourist Bureau, the recent Souhtern regattas were filmed for a cine kodak projector. Several show ings 01 tne mm nave Deen maue, ana it will no doubt be used in connec tion with the visits by Tasmanian yachtsmen to the mainland. Mr Emmett anticipates being able to em ploy portion of it in his film used in lecturing tours.

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The Weather REPORT FOR APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934

The Weather REPORT FOR APRIL. The Weather Bureau reports that the rainfall for April was generally over the average except in the west and Derwent Valley. Deficiencies in the latter division were slight, but on the West Coast amounted to about one-fourth of the average. Parts of the north-east, on the other hand, re noiiroH ftuor tKvon firtlPS tVlP fLVPrafTG. and the remainder of the east and parts of northern agricultural dis- 1 tricts about twice the average. In other parts of the State few stations received more than one-third of the average. The month was generally unsettled, with short intervals of fine weather. The north-east received several heavy falls, with from one to three inches or more in 24 hours. Mean temperatures were about 2 degrees below the average in the south-east and Midlands, about nor mal over the western half, and' i degree or 1 degree below normal, elsewhere. The mean temperature for April was 9 degrees lower than that for March at Launceston, and 8.3 degre...

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Apple Varieties REPLACING THE UNWANTED. THE BEST METHOD TO ADOPT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934

Apple Varieties REPLACING THE UNWANTED. THE BEST METHOD TO ADOPT. (By FRANK WALKER.) As considerable interest is being . taken in the matter since the publi : cation of the Export Regulation is sued by the A. and P. Board, pro hibiting the export of many varieties of apples, more or less, largely grown in the various States, it be comes incumbent upon growers to take action, and reconstruct their or chards, with the view of cutting out the unprofitable varieties. This work has engaged the attention of very many growers in Tasmania during the past few years, and as requested ? we are giving a few notes of our own experience and procedure in our or ? chard at Lalla, which is giving very satisfactory results, and many other growers in various fruit districts in Tasmania have done the same. During the past four years we have ? practically re-constructed -our or chard, in so far as obsolete and un wanted varieties are concerned, as ' we, in common with most other grow ers, when planting,...

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FREAK APPLE TREE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934

FREAK APPLE TREE. ^ ^ V 'A iremarkable-*1 incident - was ; re-, corded by ? Mr- D. Clark (Clark and , .Jessed, Fruit - Exchange, Brisbane.) He state'd that when visiting an or- : ^ chai'd belonging to Mr J. Long, one of the best known growers ' in ': Vic toria, -he was shown an' Annie Eliza- = ? uclu nee wieii .whs pianiea /u years ago. Two years ago the ?main trunk' of the tree was cut short ?- ' and 'the- remaining- branches were grafted with Jonathan buds. The trunk, which, was hollow, was filled : with cementfi, and this year it carried ' a .crop of over 30 bushels of market able apples. -

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OVER 2,000,000 CASES SHIPPED. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934

OVER 2,000,000 CASES SHIPPED. ^Although earlier in the season it' was feared that Tasmania would' not be able to ship the quota allotted for the., overseas markets, the late sum mer rains had a wonderful effect in developing the- fruit, and- growers have therefore been able to supply the .quantities required of them. Up .to' last Saturday the total for the season reached 2,048,372 cases of ?r, Ofl nrrc ? ? , : ? emu cases ux ptlcUS, consigned on 37 steamers. The total at the corresponding period last, year ' was.. 1,742,124 cases apples and 11,192 -cases pears, shipped on 28 vessels. ?»,ftOnly eight more steamers1 are scheduled' to arrive: — Cathay, May 4; Ulysses and Baradine, May 7; Moreton Bay, May 8; Port , Fre- ? : ' mantle^ May 15 ; Mongolia and Mai moa, May' 17;. Port Denison, May 21.

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Apple Export PRE-COOLING EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934

Apple Export . PRE-COOL1NG EXPERIMENT. An experiment which is just being carried out by the International Fruit and Mercantile Company of Mel bourne, will be watched with interest by shipping companies and by apple exporters of Australia. It is the general practice for the fruit to be loaded in refrigerated chambers in its natural state, and for the tem perature 01 mat cnamDer to De grau ually brought down to about 33 deg., which is the recognised temperature at which apples should be carried in order to deliver the fruit in Europe in good condition. Some days always elapse after loading before it is possible for the ship's engineers to bring the tem perature down to this figure, because when loaded, the fruit usually mea sures a great deal more, the tem perature varying from about 63 to about 80 deg. In the experimental loading arranged by the International Fruit and Mercantile Company on the s.s. Otira, in conjunction with the agents of the vessel, Messrs Dalgety and Co. Ltd., the...

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Women's World MODES OF TO-MORROW [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934

Women's, World ,7.V. , ? ? ? . ... — . , t 'A ?' ' '-V\ . V!;V' MODES OF TO-MORROW (By MONA BARRIE.). Nothing so imparts the feeling' 8t ' being well groomed to me as a' tai- lored suit — especially when -it 'is' ?' ; in- ? my- favorite shade, a soft, moss jgre'eh. Diagonal wool is the material. The ! wide lapels may be buttoned high to | give a plain, round neckline. The | buttons are dark green, and the wide ; material belt buttons in back. i For color contrast, a Roman- 1 striped scarf in vivid colors is a smart accent. The hat is jaunty, 1 black soleil; gloves, shoes arid purse j are blacE. With football the rage, I must tell I you of the new sports coat I have added to my wardrobe. It is the softest of leathers — gazelle — with deep pockets, a stand-up collar (very flattering) and a very long belt which ties in front. The only but tons are those used on the sleeve bands, and they are of dark and light wood. The coat is cut in straight lines, and fits the body snugly when the be...

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

AUSTRALIAN FRUIT AND Produce Co. Ltd. MEMBERS OP THE SELECTED AGENTS' ASSOCIATION. * HEAD OFFICE: SYDNEY. SHIPPING No. Branches at Newcastle (N.S.W.) and Municipal Markets, Brisbane (Q.) SHIPPING No. g All consignments receive prompt attention. Account Sales forwarded on completion of Sales. MR. V. IKIN, Hobart Southern Representative. Correspondence Invited. FRUITGROWERS ! CONSIGN YOUR FRUIT TO F. H. G. ROGERS LICENSED FARM PRODUCE AGENT EXPERT FRUIT SALESMAN, MUNICIPAL MARKETS, SYDNEY. Our long experience in the handling of Tasmanian shipments qualifies us to place your Fruit to the best possible advantage, assuring you highest prices, prompt returns, together with EFFICIENT SERVICE. Shipping No. 83 ? E^iaed imp F. CHILTON : LICENSED FARM PRODUCE AGENT - OITY FRUIT MARKETS, SYDNEY ''' ^ RELIABLE ADVICE. PROMPT RETURNS. HIGHEST AVERAGE PRICES. The Firm with the Reputation for Reliability CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. SHIPPING NO. ATTENTION, TASMANIAN FRUITGROWERS. For Prompt Returns at H...

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Restriction of Products ACTION BY COUNTRY PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934

- Restriction of Products ACTION BY COUNTRY PARTY. The policy of restricting exports of wheat, wool, meat and butter to1 the United Kingdom will be uncom promisingly fought against by the Australian Country Party. Such a policy, coming after four years of struggle under crushing tariffs, would spell run for primary producers throughout the Commonwealth. If this tiolicv o-P restriction is adonted. it will hand out a thumping election ticket to the extremist parties, and bring in its train an almost certain wrecking of the constitution and democratic government. ; Even the thinly-veiled inflation plank of the extremist parties pales in comparison with the Coramon wealth, disorder which would result from government interference with our primary industries in the form of embargoes and restrictions upon export. Either policy, if allowed to reach its logical conclusion, would -reduce Australia to the crude primi tivisro of 150 years ago. If Aus tralia is going to continue a course of narr...

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Rowing MR E. KENNY AT FRANKLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934

Rowing MR E. KENNY AT FRANKLIN. Yesterday Mr E. Kenny,- chairman of the Australian Rowing Council, who has been staying at Hobart since the arrival of the interstate' crews that are to compete for the' Kind's Cup next Saturday, came to Franklin at the invitation of officers of the local rowing club, and was taken for a run over the three miles course in Mr Nicholas' speed boat. At the r»nninl nolnn rt-f +-Vi n TVT ?»» IT n-r* wvixuiuoiuii v/x tiic tup mi jcveuny aaiu he could only describe the course as excellent. 'I am very pleased to have had this opportunity; of ' seeing the Huon course, for I haVe heard a good deal about it. The course and training conditions are excellent, and the. surroundings are so beautiful that they make an extr^' incenti\re for men to row well. The only course in Australia that could be compared with- the Huon is at Penrith (New South Wales), on the Nepean, but at Franklin the river is so beautiful and got such wonderful protection from the surrounding hi...

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LONDON MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934

. LONDON MARKET. .The following cable message re- - ceived! by; Messrs H. Jones - and .Co. Pty. Ltd., from F. W. Moore and Co. Ltd;,- London, r was 'despatched from London on April -27th , ? ' Mooltan ; 'prices ?' '(London).:./Cleo- patras, 8/9- tO 9/3;- Alfristons,- .8/6 to 10/3; Jonathans, 6/9 to 8/ ;, Duke of Clarence, 7/ to 973;;Ribstonfes, 8/. Bitterfield,. . approximate . - prices (Hamburg) : JoriatharisV 7/8 tb -8/10; Cleopatras, -9/3 to ; 10/9 ; Duke of Clarence, 6/2 to 7/4. , -Tairo cargo arrived Liverpool ? in good condition r'Cleop'atrasf* * 8/ ' to 10/6; Ribstones, 6/ to 7/6'; Alfris tons, 8/ 6 to 10/ 6 ; Jdnathans,' 7/vto 8/6. : Messrs Murdoch Bros. Pty. Ltd.'; have received-.,, the following , cable gram from ' Messrs- Ridley and Houlding Limited,, Covent Garden, London: — Mooltan, Port Brisbane, Fail- condition; market easier. Cleo patras, 8/6. 'to 10/ Ribstones, ClaiS ,ence, ^ Adams, 7 / to 8/ ; Alfristons, Cox's, 8/ to 10/,:. Demand moderate.

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

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure For Influenza Colds.

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BRISBANE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934

^ BRISBANE MARKET. Tlie 'Associated ; Selected Agents Committee 'report '^-Jonathans, - Cleos and Crabs, 7/ .to 8/; small do., 5/ to 6/6: r - Choice - apples are ^wanted. Pears are'firm. Coles and Nelis, 8/ to 11/-; .Giblins, 7/ to- 8/6; others, 6/ -to 8/. , ' . , ? ? ' .:-r.H- J. Plint, .Municipal Markets, Brisbane, -reports: — Jonathan's;^ 21 and 23, 8/ to 9/; Crabs,' 8/ to^,8/6; Stunners, 7/ to 7/6. Pears. — Coles, Josephines and- Nelis, 10/ to-'Vl2/. Anticipate :firn^ market : /;

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Sporting Notes DRAUGHTS. PROBLEM No. 53. By R. Jordan, Edinburgh. Black: 20, 24, king 12. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934

Sporting Notes DRAUGHTS. I: . PROBLEM No. 53. ..- r. ;? By R. Jordan, Edinburgh. ; 'Black: 20, 24, king 12. White: 32, kings 18 and 26. White to move and win. A good 'study in 'end play; Solution to probiem'5 1- by Chas; Scott. Black: 5, -6, -i,- 10/ 12, 15,- 28. White: 13, 14, 17, 20, 21, 23, 32. ?JVhite. }to £move and ..win.-.' ; ; y.l 13_9, ' 6— 22? v 23—18, 'r '-10—17,'' 18— 2,. „ 22—26, 21—14, . 26—30, i 2— -6,s -30— 26, ' 14— 10; 26—22,1 10— ^7, 22— 17, 7—2, 17—13, 2—7, 5- — 9, 7-7-2.- ? -White wins. ? ? ?

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OVERSEAS SHIPMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934

OVERSEAS SHIPMENTS. Anchises left Hobart during the week-end, having loaded 22,000 cases apples for/Liverpool and' Glasgow. Balranald left Hobart on Satiir- . day, having loaded 44,960 cases of apples and pears for London. Port Huon left Hobart on Satur day, having- loaded 30,926 cases, of apples and 2037 cases of nears for London, 18,331 cases of apples for Liverpool, and 12,006 cases of apples for Hamburg. Orama sailed from Hobart on Sat urday with 17,223 cases of apples, 1322 cases of pears, 250 cases - of dessert fruits for London, and 763 cases of apples for Port Said; : Nariva left Port Huon during the week-end, having picked up a total of 97,000 cases of apples at Hobart and Port Huon for London and Hamburg.

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