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PROBLEM COMPETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934
PROBLEM COMPETITIONS. . . . . (By O. VINCE; Neika. ) Problem composing . and solving competitions , will , commence in' these columns . shortly for generous prizes, full particulars of which will be pub lished on 17th May. In order to give beginners and the not quite expert a chance, solvers will be divided into three grades, with a prize ;f or the win ner of each. Solvers will do well to practice up in advance, and novices and . others should get a thorough knowledge of first' position, as this forms the ground work of a large percentage of' problems, and is very useful in playing the game. The study of problems tends to improve the game of any player, however expert. If you have an interesting game you have played, please send it along for the entertainment of others.
INTERSTATE SHIPMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934
I . . . . INTERSTATE SHIPMENTS. ' i Talurie arrived' at Sydney on Mon day with 30,000 cases of apples, of which 23,000 -were loaded at Port Huon and' Cygnet. - - Ngat'oro left the Huon on Monday ' ? ? ! for 'Brisbane. Her fruit -cargo com- , ' prised about 1000 cases from Ho bart, '2521 cases and 12 half-cases from Cygnet, 5181 cases, 71 half- - ' ; ? cases,, and 50 cases pi apples from Port Huon. - v.
SOUTHERN DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934
SOUTHERN DISTRICT AS SOCIATION. . The roster for the Southern Dis trict Football Association opened . qn Saturday, New Norfolk playing Bridgewater at Bridgewater. The visiting team included a number of promising juniors', who Shaped very well for their first outing with the senior club. ' The ground was very neavy, wmcn accounted tor the play not being of a very high standard. The last quarter was the most spec tacular period of the game, the foot ball being open and more team work indulged in.. The quarter ] scores were: — i New Norfolk- . 2.2 5.6 7.6 10.10 -Bridgewater, ... 2.2 2.2 4.7 5.10 The best players for New Norfolk, were. J. Wilton, R. Triffit, D. and' N. Salter,' Reid,' Curtain,' ''Lewis. For Bridgewater: R. Tonks, R. Dicken son, V. Jones, T. Tonks, J. Hickman, and Ling brothers. . % L. N.eth'erton umpired satisfac torily. i , i ?
Port Huon ALLEGED CONGESTION OF SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934
Port Huon ( : ' ALLEGED CONGESTION OF SHIPPING. 'It 'is .a remarkable fact that every now !and again incorrect and damag ing, statements are. published' with re gard to the shipping facilities at Port Huon. M These statements generally coincide, too, with any forward1 move made by the wharf managers (the Esperance Municipal Council.) Dur ing the past few weeks proposals have been lindeiv discussion for the provision of a water supply at Port Huon, which would enable steamers calling there to obtain their necessary supplies of fresh water.. The ab sence of this* provision at -present, .is the only reason why some of the overseas vessels call at Hobart, and there is no 'doubt; but that, a con siderable number of them, would make Port' Huon their only , port , of call iri Tasmania if they could get water there. The 'powers that be' in 'Hobart therefore, 'got the wind up' when they heard talk of the prospects of a water supply being taken to Port Huon, so they got some press propaganda ...
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934
THE WEATHER. The Weather Bureau reports that considerable rain fell over the south western , half of the State last week, with a prevalence of cold southerly winds.' Rough conditions developed on Sunday and Monday, and again on Friday, due to low pressure ac tivity over .the South Tasman sea and to the southward. Rainfall totals fflTlP'Prli fl'nm ? fcn 'nonrlir K in/»V»»c *vn the western highlands, and from an inch to over 2 inches in most of the south and south-east. Only a few points were recorded in most of the north. Other divisions received be tween J and 5 inch. Extreme tem peratures for the week at Hobart were* 63.3 deg. on the 26th, and 39 deg. on the 23rd; extremes for other parts of the State were 66 deg. at Launceston on the 25th, and 27 deg. at Moina on the 27th, and at Miena on the 23rd and 28th. Rainfall at southern-, stations was as follows: — Hamilton, 32 points; Bothwell, 39; New Norfolk, 79 ; Hobart, ; 1'67 j Springs, 234; Franklin, 163; Hythe,: I79 ; Cape Bruni, 1...
Dover YOUNG PEOPLE'S GUILD. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934
Dover YOUNG PEOPLE'S GUILD. : : A special young people's service was J held in the Congregational Church, Dover, last .Sunday evening, the entire service being conducted by the Guild members, including Messrs H. W. Brown, V. Gray, J. Rushton, B. Bradshaw, E. Cripps, S, Rysjiton, and Miss G. Knight. The sgrniqh was preached by Pastor R. A. Prettv. and solos were rendered;' by Mr B. Bradshayfi Miss Lenna Reeve, Mr E. Cripps, and a , duet by, Miss Brenda 'Jones' and Mr B. Bradshaw. Hymns, and an anthem were .sung by the Guild1 members. The .Guild is spon sored by the Congregational Church, but is undenominational. . , The o.r ganists for the service were Missus Lcnna and Alma Reeve,..- , ^
WORLD'S LARGEST PLOUGH [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934
WORLD'S LARGEST PLOUGH What is said to be the largest plough in the world has been opera ting in Orange County, California, United States, and is described by A. A. Young, assistant irrigation en gineer of the United. States Depart ment of ' Agriculture, stationed at Santa Ana. It is the oniy plough of its kind, and was designed and built to ineet an unusual condition existing in the! lower Santa Ana River valley adjoining the sea coast. Originally this area was fertile land, but over flows from Santa Ana River during floods deposited1 one to- two feet of sand upon the rich soil, and made' it useless for crop production. Later this- sand deposit was covered by a growth of Bermuda grass. The plough is intended to turn the sand under and bring the rich soil to the top. It has two shares. The smaller one,, which is of good size, is set for ward and higher than the larger share, which is able to plough a fur row 36in. to 42in. in depth and 3ft. in. width. The forward share turns the sur...
Cygnet Council MAY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934
Cygnet Council MAY MEETING. The . monthly meeting of the Cyg net Municipal Council was held at the council chambers, to-day. Present: Warden A. Davies/ and Crs. G. Wel ling, E. Norris; : P. .Merchant, 'W. Gordon, G. C. Horsley, F. P. Coad, the council clerk, Mr C. C. Johnstone, and ..Inspector, A. . Blackburn. , . The Public . Works 'Den ar tin en t 'no tified repairs will be put in hand- on the bridge ori Woodcock road; that it was not proposed to undertake re pairs to the Bullock Point jetty; that the bridge' on Agnes Rivulet road near Mat- Dillon's will be repaired in J uly ; that the ' road to Norris and Bowes, Glaziers Bay, Cemetery road, Grad'oc, are to be repaired im mediately; that- Sculthorpe's bridge, off Nicnolls Rivulet, is to be ' re paired under the 'direction of the in spector; that a;s the bridge on Reedy's' road-, Deep Bay, cost less than £50, it was the responsibility of the council to carry out repairs and renewals. In response to an application from Les. Polley, ...
DOVER. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934
DOVER. ? In the Dover Police Court on Mon day, before the. P.M.v ^ (Mr H. B. ?White), Inspector .P. Grant prose cuting, - ' Thomas Higgins- was charged with ' having- used threatening language to i Edward Morrisby , on the. . main road, Dover, on, March 26, - by saying 'I'll got even with you for this; I'll get you.' A conviction was recorded, and' defendant ordered to -:*pay. 10s costs.' ! ? ,' V ?' ' Royce Evansi was charged with dis turbing, the peace at the -Gleridevie State School 'on April 14. . Evidence was. given to the effect that defend ant,,-, who did 'not,, appear to answer the charge, was seen drinking in the vicinityt of tKe ; school, and that a general' disturbance followed. A fine of £1, with 2'9s costs was im posed. Theft of Vegetables. ? A -.youth was charged with stealing i ,a quantity of vegetables from Mr W. Jackson's sen., garden. ? Trooper Aylett stated following on a, report made to him on Sunday mornirig he went to defendant's place and there found the stole...
Police Courts CYGNET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934
Police Courts CYGNET. -In. -the- Cygnet, Police Court on Monday, -before 'the 'Warden '(Mr A. Davies) and Dr. G. Wade, Js.P., Senior-Constable „ Boxhall prosecu ting, ? . . ?' ?; , Max Bone had a conviction re corded . for having carried . on . his business of a-, 'carter. von ^Sunday, March 18, and was ordered- to pay the costs of the case. . \ ,V William Ryan; ? of '.Frankliri,:ti-,wa:s' charged with having ? disturbed the neace in the Cradoc; Hall/on April 21' while a dance was in progress. D'e-; fendant, who did not ^appear, was fined £2 with witness's expenses, and :curt costs 10s. ; '» The same defendant'., also .. had ? a conviction' recorded for smoking - in the Cradoc Hall:on. ApriI-21, and was o.dered to pay the, costs.,:' | Clement Halton, of' Lymington, pleaded guilty to . a' similar offence .committed ? in the Cygnet .Town Hall on April ^2, and was fined . 5s, ? with costs. ... ' Refusal to Pay Impounding Fees.',.. ? ; George Fleming, poundkeeper at i Cygnet; proceeded ...
HUONVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934
i HUONVILLE. At the -.Huonville Police Court to day, before Warden G. C. Frankcomb and Mr. A. G. Shield, JsP.; Inspector Grant, prosecuting, r : Darcy Mertom Calvert was charged with driving' a motor car on April 9 - to the danger of the public. He was fined' 10s, and 8s costs. - :-' - -Joseph. Bridges was charged with disturbing the timcr at flio nnofla Forbes public hall on March 31st. ? The case was heard ex parte. He was fined £1, with 9s costs. Harold Hopwood was charged with ? driving a motor vehicle ' through Franklin on March ? 28 without any lights.' ' He was fined 15s, and 9s Costs. . v Frank Dillon was charged with driving a motor lorry on March '31st' without a tail light. He was fined - 10s, and 8s costs. .. . Maurice A. Giblin was charged with driving a motor cycle through Huonville- on April 2nd without lights. -He was fined 10s, with Ss costs. ? ? ?? ? Jacob Woolley was charged with haying in his possession two wallaby skins, illegally taken during the closed season,...
PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934
I^RODUCE MARKET. . . ? 1 Messrs W. T. TIiorpe Pty. . Ltd. | sold by auction in their mart i last Friday: — Butter, 1/ to 1/4 lb; cream, 6/ to 13/ dozen; peaches, 4/9 to 5/9 case; | pears, 1/9 to 5/ case; preserved j eggs,..10d-'to 1/ dozen; fresh eggs,! 1/5 to 1/8 dozen; apples, 1/6 to 2/3 i case; quinces, 3/ per case; cabbages, 1 1 / to''6/ dozen; cauliflowei's, 1/ to 2/3 , dozen; beetroot, 1/ dozen; pota toes, 6/ to 7/6 bag, 2/9 to 3/. case; tomatoes, 3/ to 3/6 case; parsnips, 9d to 1/6 dozen : bunches; carrots, 1/6 to. 1/9 dozen' bunches; vonionSj 9d to 2/ small bag; marrows^ 1/2 to 2/ dozen; beef, 2d to lid; pork, 5d to 8d; mutton, 4-Jd to 61d; veal, lid to 6d; lamb, 6d to 9d; fresh sausages, 3d to 4id;. Belgium sausage, 5Jd to 7S'd.: ' Live poultry.- — ^Ducks, 4/ per pair; cockerels, 3/ to 5/ ; roosters, 4/6; fowls, 3/ to 4/3; hens, 2/6 to 4 / 3 ; pullets, 3 / 6 to 5 / 9 ;' turkeys, 12/ to 16/. Dressed poultry. — Fowls, 3/6 to 5/6 pair; ducks, 4/6 to 5/9; turkeys, 10/ to 12/ 1 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 3 May 1934
Woods' Great Peppermint Cure For Children's Hacking Coughs. IN LIVERPOOL OR GLASGOW YOU CANNOT BEAT YEOWARD BROS. TRY THEM WITH YOUR SHIPMENTS BY THE S.S. ULYSSES For, Shipping Number, 323 aPPV to. T. BOSS -WALKER, PTY., LTD., 105, 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. ^50 ALL PORTS LIBERAL ADVANCES AGAINST CONSIGNMENTS We also recommend consignments to Messrs J. H. LUTTEN & SOHN HAMBURG & BREMEN SHIPPING NO. 450 Advances Against Consignments. Stencils and Advice Notes Supplied oh Application. F. J. BENNETT & CO. A.M.P. BUILDINGS, HOBART. . Phone 4969. THE FOLLOWING ARE SOME OF OUR Leading Agencies for this State MARSHALL SONS & CO. LTD.,...
ESPERANCE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934
ESPERANCE ASSOCIATION. The Glendevie-Raminea match last Saturday was won by Raminea by 4 points, the scores being, Raminea 4.8, Glendevie, 4.4. Goal-kickers were: Raminea, E. Powers (2), C. Read, V. Read; Glendevie, H. Sproule, T. Delaney, J. Sharp, V. Doyle. Best players. — Raminea: C. Read, Powers, Stennings, Clayton. Glendevie: J. Sharp (captain), was outstanding in all phases of play, T. Delaney, R. Sharp, and Bowerman. Southport defeated Dover by. 10 ooints (11.7 to 9.9.) Best players. — Southport: Reimers, T and G. Palmer and Bomford. Dover: Watts, F. and. R. Stubbs, L., Riseley, King, Wright. 1 Next Saturday's games: Glendevie v. 'Southport, at Southport; Dover v. Raminea, at Raminea.
SOUTHERN DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934
SOUTHERN DISTRICT AS SOCIATION. On Saturday the second matches of the .Southern District: Association were played, Bridgewater playing Gleriorchy, and Bellerive playing Montrose, New Norfolk a bye. Glenorchy played well as a com bination, and easily defeated Bridge water by 109 points Scores: — Glenorchy 4.6 7.14 16.19 17.28 Bridgewater 0.2 1.4 1.7 2.9 The , best players for Glenorchy were Sattler, Neate, Dalton, Buck ney, Powell, Langford, Geappen, Gilr bert, Heffernan, and Vince. For Bridgewater: Jones, Hickman, Pea cock, Ling, Tonks, . and ' Dickenson (2). ?-:??.. -;.. Goal-kickers. — Gle'norchy : Neate (7), Gilbert (2), Vince (4), Lang ford, Buckney, Sattler, and Cheu. Bridgewater: Hickman (2). . ? H. Brooks umpired.
CLUB NOTES. KERMANDIE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934
CLUB NOTES. KERMANDIE. 'Hec' Eyles gave another classical display of football last Saturday. His high marking was the best seen in the Huon for some time. 'Hec' does not spare himself, and was seen playing back, forward and ruck with equal brilliance. full-back. He is not brilliant, but good judgment and the ability to : kick' well made him valuable to Kermandie on 'Saturday. . ♦ Roger Palmer, back to the fold after a run or two with Cananore, tried hard,, but was a little unlucky with the bounce of the' ball. Better days ahead, Roger, j ? ? '? Bill Thompson, who has been very busy and unable to train, started to hit the high spots again. With another, run or so he will be a hard proposition for enemy wing men. Jack Warren had some very hot opposition from Huonville's skipper, G. Cole, but acquitted himself well. - Syd. Gane is also running into f orm, and can be expected to re produce the brilliance of former years in the next match or so. W. Knight filled1 a new role as centre in ...
HUONVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934
HUONVILLE. .' Although beaten last Saturday, the .maroons were' by no means disgraced; as they fielded a rather weak team, and Skipper Cole and his triers must bo ! congratulated on their splendid ?effort. in the final term when they nearly landed the goods. George has struck his gait early this year.' 'Bluey' Cannan showed that he can play the game still, and1 it only needs a few more runs to top him up. 'Podgy' Page is as1 tenacious; as ever, and brother Gill shows excel lent scouting sense on the forward line. ' rWelcome to the ranks Bob Meech. A bit more confidence, Bob, and you are home and dry. -. .'Old Buff' did Well considering the surplus weight he has put on during the summer — a great advt for Tanner Bros, bread. Miller Upchurch. was unlucky to twist an ankle early in the match, and was sadly missed for the rest' of the day. 'Bow' Davis is like old wine- — improves with age. Rumor says that Hie only man to put the wind up Bowie was 'Lofty' Fitzmaurise. Steve Clarke. is ve...
Motor Accidents LORRIES COLLIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934
Motor Accidents LORRIES COLLIDE. On Tuesday last a miraculous es cape from serious accident occurred at Castle Forbes Bay. .The Hydro Electric lorry, driven by the district superintendent, Mr V. Downie, was rounding 'The Rocks' bend, travel ling towards Port Huon, and at the acini*; lmiiu ciuuiu£l lUiry ILclvtMJlllg in the opposite direction, and driven by Mr A. Brown, of Glen Huon, was also negotiating the same portion of the road. The two vehicles met in an almost head-on collision. Mr Brown's lorry capsized towards the left-hand side. Fortunately the erround' was very soft, and although the lorry remained upside down on coming to rest, the cabin was not crushed in, so the driver and passen gers (Mrp C. Brown and her eight moriths-old daughter) were unharmed except very slight abrasions and shock. Mr Downie was also unhurt, but his assistant, who was seated be side him, suffered severe cuts on the forehead, caused' by broken glass from the windscreen. He had seve ral stitches inse...