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KERMANDIE d. HUONVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934
KERMANDIE d. HUONVILLE. Conditions and ground were per fect at Huonville last Saturday, when the local team met Kermandie. G. Cole won the toss for Huonville, and decided 'to kick into a very light breeze blowing from the road end. Play opened brightly, goals for their respective sides coming trom uane and Davis in the first three minutes. Both sides then settled down to hard and fast football of a high standard. Cannon and Burrows for Huonville, and Eyles for Kermandie, treating the spectators to some fine high marking. Cole held up some pro mising attacks by Kermandie, but eventually Eyles goaled for the visi tors, followed by a series of points from Warren and Geeves. Cannon and Hooper transferred play to the other end, for G. Page to even the score. Some fine centre play fol lowed, J. Gane breaking through Huonvllle's defence twice, but both shots went astray, one point only re sulting, leaving the scores at quarter time : Kermandie, 2.6; Huonville, 2.2. The second quarter start...
UPPER DERWENT WEATHER CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934
UPPEE DERWENT WEATHER CONDITIONS. The weather is very fine, and most days are delightful.i as the autumn is at its best. The nights have been cold, however, heralding . the ap proach of winter. ? There have been several slight frosts lately. Grass is ercwine: ranidly after the few falls of light rain we had some time ago. The gum trees in the bush are also hiding the signs of the. bush fires with an abundance of fresh foliage. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. A meeting of the newly-formed Progress Association was held in the Upper. Derwent Hall on May 6th. There was a good attendance, and the' building. of dressing sheds and a re freshment room on the , show ground was discussed. . The buildings, ' if the project is gone on with, will oe used by football teams. ' RE-CONDITIONING THE SHOW GROUND. The show ground has been the scene of many activities this last week. Working . bees have been held, and local land owners have lent their teams and sent men. to assist with the work vof, preparing 'th...
HUONVILLE CLUB. THE 1933 PENNANT PRESENTED [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934
HUONVILLE CLUB. THE 1933 PENNANT PRESENTED Last Saturday being the first oc casion a match was played this sea son on the Huonville ground, the president of the Huon Football As sociation (Mr A, C. Parsons) took the opportunity of presenting the club with the Premiership Pennant, which they won for the season 1933. In making the presentation Mr Parsons referred to the high standard oi piay tnat prevailed tnrougnout the Huon last year,, and said- it was all the more creditable to the Huon ville Club that they should attain the honors under those conditions. The premiership carried with it the Wil son Bailey trophy and the D..G. Mc Hugo shield. M,uch of the team's success was due to the capable lea dership and coaching fo Geo. Cole, who had proved himself in every way 'the man for the job.' Cr. W. G. Albury, president of the club, in accepting the pennant, said the players and members were natu rally pleased to win the premiership after so many years of non-success, and he expressed t...
Franklin Fire BRIGADE'S PROMPT RESPONSE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934
Franklin Fire BRIGADE'S PROMPT RESPONSE. At about 7 p.m. on Saturday : last the Franklin Fire Brigade received its first 'business' call, and made a most creditable response. The un usual noise of the alarm of the sireen created quite a stir among the townspeople, many of whom had not heard it before. Within five minutes members of the brigade were at the station, and learning that the fire was at Mr V. ,-itooKe s - residence, which is beyond the area provided with fire plugs, they boarded passing motor cars and went to the scene of the fire with fire-beaters only. In'1 the meantime Mr V. Gal lagher,, who lives near, by, and was informed of the fire by Messrs R. and F. Cane, .after telling the Franklin Fire Brigade; broke into the house, and found that the flames had not got a complete hold. With a few buckets of water he soon had the fire under control, the outbreak being completely extinguished' immediately after the arrival of the firemen. Mr and Mrs Rooke were absent from. the h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934
GRANI) J?ANCE FRANKLIN TOWN HALL: THURSDAY, 24th MAY. In aid Repatriation Hospital. Music, by Cygnet Joyspreaders. ' ADMISSION, 2s. ; . ? ROLL UP! ROLL UP! ' To Mountain River Hall on - . MAY 19th. GRAND EUCHRE TOURNAMENT AND DANCE. In aid- of the Cricket Club. Good Music. ? Good 'Supper. Free Monte Carlo. ADMISSION, 2s. 'D. SCHMIDT, Hon. Sec. HON. A. G. OGILVIE, M.H.A., Will Address Meetings as under: — DOVER — Friday, May 11. ? CATAMARAN— Saturday, ' May 12, 3 p.m. SOUTHPORT— Saturday, -May ' 12, 8 p.m ' RAMINEA— -Sunday, May 13, 3 p.m. (Authorised by A., G. Ogilvie.) STATE ELECTIONS. FRANKLIN ELECTORATE. Sir John Evans Will Address Electors at the Franklin Town Hall on THURSDAY NEXT, 17th INST., At 8 p.m. (Authorised by Sir John Evans, Hobart.) NATIONAL CAMPAIGN COUNCIL. SOUTHERN TASMANIA. Under direction of the Council. Candidates' Meetings: FRANKLIN DIVISION. May 10, Thursday, at Franklin, (HON. H. S. BAKER AND DR. ABBOTT.) Electors are urged to vote for ALL NATIONALIST CANDIDA...
COLLISION NEAR WATERLOO. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934
COLLISION NEAR WATERLOO. When motoring along the main road near Waterloo on Tuesday, Mr C. W. Fidler,. of the Forestry De partment, met with a rather serious accident. Mr V.' Burroll was driv ing a motor lorry in the same direc tion ; when a left-hand wheel of the lorry came in contact with the hub 01 : a wheel 01 the car, causing it to leave the road and strike a telephone pole. The radiator, mudguard, and lamps of the car were damaged, but none of the occupants of the car was hurt. The lorry was undamaged.
Football HUON ASSOCIATION. FRANKLIN DEFEAT CYGNET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934
Football HUON ASSOCIATION. j FRANKLIN DEFEAT CYGNET. ! Last Saturday, under ideal con ditions, Franklin defeated Cygnet by 46 points. Neither side played up to their usual standard, although at times brilliant football was witnessed. A. slight southerly breeze 'was blow ing. The first quarter opened sea sationally, Franklin scoring three goais in less xnaii ±v minutes. xv. Price, by a brilliant dash through the pack, scored the first goal, and Pat Rooke, after taking two wonderful marks within shooting distance, was responsible for the other two. From a mix-up in front of their goal, Cyg net scored its first goal off the ground by Henley. Franklin im mediately attacked, and Rooke again had a shot, but only raised one flag, i The same player within a few min utes scored Franklin's fourth goal for the quarter. A period of even ; play followed till S. Halton scored a goal for Cygnet. The ball -was i rushed up the Cygnet end, and Rooke again- goaled. Shortly afterwards Payne, of Frankli...
Bruising of Fruit CARELESSNESS IN PICKING AND PACKING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934
Bruising of Fruit . . ? — ^ ? CARELESSNESS IN PICKING AND PACKING. . The Chief Horticulturist (Mr P. H. 'Thomas) ? directs the attention of growers to the' amount of bruising that is in evidence among consign ments of apples submitted for export. During the last week the contra ventions from this cause have been too prevalent, and in a number of instances good quality fruit has ar rived at the wharf in a seriously damaged condition. While a certain amount of bruising may be due to conditions of transport, an investiga tion of the treatment to which fruit is subjected during the picking, sizing and packing reveals that in/many cases the injury is due to a lack of supervision on the part of the grower, or carelessness of the opera tors. ? : Matured fruit is very easily bruised, and late varieties such as Stuvmer Pippin, Scarlet, French Crab, and Crofton, need careful handling during picking and packing if this is to be obviated. The opinion has been expressed that bruising is not impo...
CYGNET WARDENSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934
CYGNET WARDENSHIP. Few men have enjoyed the con fidence and esteem of the public of Southern Tasmania and the ratepay ers of the Cygnet municipality in particular ' more thoroughly than Warden A. Davies. For 17 years out of the 25 since the inception of local government, he has been appointed, the last ten of which have been con sppiiHvp ' Qnr?i mn- rmnvlv . oupnr no casion without opposition. The break was caused' through Mr Davies' tem porary residence in Sydney about 11 years ago. At last Thursday's meet ing of the council he was again the only nominee for the position, and received the hearty congratulations of. fellow councillors on the thor oughly satisfactory manner in which he had carried out the duties of the. office over such a long period. In reply, Warden Davies said that when he was 'quite a beginner in public life, he aspired to initiating certain public utilities, and the list kept growing as the progress of the dis trict become more pronounced. From a very humble set...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934
HARVEY ORCHARD IMPLEMENTS A BRILLIANT SUCCESS ! THE ;*'Petty' ? JWsc ? Orchard Stripping Plough New Principle in Plowing Out Orchard Strips j A NOTABLE AND REVOLUTIONARY AUSTRALIAN INVENTION A time and labour-saving Easy turning in short head- No strip digging or chip Implement. ' lands. ping. ' ?; ; Remarkable ease and quick- Unique steering principle. ness of operation. t . ' 'NO CROSS PLOWING' ? V . The Orchard completely plowed1 in ' I . ? * one operation. Does away with ? : the necessity of plowing1 the whole — ^— —^— — — — . — — «i— — — —— orchard crosswise to plow' out that - . - ? . ? ....',?'. strip. : ? ^^^^^ j^y NEW STOCKS ARRIVING ^^g^A jsjtl of the Light Single and Double Furrow Ploughs, :? 'harvey' single furrow especially suitable for Orchard work. ? PLOUGH. MAX GEEVES PTY. LTD. AGENTS FOB DANIEL HARVEY ORCHARD. AND FARM IMPLEMENTS. » Port Huon Co-6p. Assoc, Buildings DA VEY ST., HOBART '- PROVED BY RESULTS! BASIC PHOSPHATES FOR THE FARMER Builds up Pastures. Encourag...
Wedding Bells ATKINS—NICHOLSON. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934
Wedding Bells ATKINS— NICHOLSON. St. Matthew's Church, New Nor folk, was the scene of a very pretty wedding on the evening of April 25, when Glory, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs G. Nicholson, ' of .. 'Mill- brook,' was , married to Alex. C. Atkins, of Hobart. The church was tastefully decorated by friends of the bride. The bride, /who was given away by her father, wore -fa dainty frock of white bubble crepe'*, with veil and; orange '-.blossom'', and carried' a beautiful bouquet. . V The bridesmaids/ (Angel, and Daisy ) sis-' ters of the, bride, looked . charming in. rose-pink; bubble crepe frocks with pink posies to 'match'.'.'..;'. Only a few of the bride's nearest relatives . and friends were present at the recep tion held at 'Millbrook,' the home of the bride's parents. Amongsti those present were Rev. H. C. Brammal and Mrs '.Brammal, Mrs Cawthorne, Mr J. J. Dwyer, M.H.A., and Mrs Dwyer. Rev. H. C' Brammal pro posed1 the toast of the bride and bridegroom, the bridegroom respond i...
KING'S CUP RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934
KING'S CUP RACE. After the disastrous experience of 1927, when four of the' six crews that started for the King's Cup Race on the Derwent River, Hobart, were deprived of any chance they might have had of winning the great honor through their boats being swamped by the rough water, it was hoped that 1-V1A TocmoTiioii 'Rnwino* A ccnpiat.inn would take every possible precaution against such a happening again. It was pointed out to the members of this body, who have the- authoi*ity to choose the course and an alternative one, that such a classic race — it is the greatest race of its kind in the world — could be rowed on the Huon with practically no risk of either the final fortnight's training or the race itself being adversely affected by weather conditions, but so obsessed were they with the conviction that the race should be rowed at the capital city, whether the conditions would'.be fav orable or not to the contestants, that they went to the extent of assuring those members, of the ...
Scout News AUSTRALIAN JAMBOREE. TASMANIAN ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934
Scout News AUSTRALIAN JAMBOREE. TASMANIAN ARRANGEMENTS. The Australian jamboree will be held at Frankston, near Melbourne, slrating on December 27, 1934, and will close on Monday, January 7, 1935. From the 7th to 10th January hikes and excursions will take place, the cost for these will be extra. The cost of the jamboree, including fares; will be under £6. Fuller particulars will be forwarded later. Applications from those wishing to go must be forwarded to the State secretary, accompanied' by. the first instalment of £2, not later than 16th July next. Only first and second class 'Scouts are eligible, and in ad dition, Scouts will have to be recom mended1 by their S.M. Applications received after 16th July will be charged a late fee of - 1/ for, every week over that date. This will be strictly enforced. Every Scout should start at once to save. Scouts in other States are collecting bottles, newspapers, etc., selling them, and thus earning their trip to the' jamboree. Scoutmas ters s...
Coming Events [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934
Coming Events 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 19 — Euchre and Dance, Moun tain River Hall. May 24 — Grand Dance, Franklin Town Hall. ' ? May 26 — Annual Catholic Fair, Pub lic Hall, Castle Forbes. May 30 — Lecture by Rev. H. E. War ren, Huonville Town Hall. June 1 — Boxing Tournament, Cygnet Town Hall. June 4 — Dance, Franklin Town Hall. June 13 — A.I.F. Ball, Huonville Town Hall. June 27 — Bachelors' Ball, Huonville Town Hall. THE Huon & Derwent Times THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1934.
Geeveston PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934
Geeveston PERSONAL. Mr E. T. Thiessen's many friends will be pleased to hear that he. is making satisfactory progress ,- after his recent operation. . ' ? Mr Louis Warren, who has been ill from pneumonia and pleurisy, is slightly better. - . ? ? ' . Mrs Hankin, sen., has been very ill at her home, Arye Road, Geeveston. Mr Neil Ge eves has returned from a vacation in1 Hobart. Miss Nancy Stilwell, recently from England, is the guest of Miss M. Stil well, Waterloo. The Warden (Mr E. Burgess) cele brated his birthday on Friday last, and a number of friends . spent an enjoyable evening at his home, when cards and music were indulged in. It is with regret that we learn of the sudden death of Mr W. T. Gaylor, who, with his wife (formerly Miss Ena Double, of Geeveston), and their five children, have been re siding in the Philippine Islands for the last few years. Mr Gaylor is well remembered in Geeveston, where he made many friends during the period he spent here as manager in the bush for ...
CHURCH NOTICES. GEEVESTON— [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934
CHURCH NOTICES. GEEVESTON — Church of England— Geeveston, 11 and 7; Glendevie, 3; Rev. J. D. S. Daish. . . Congregational — - Geeveston,' .11 and 7; Cairns Bay, 2.30 (Harvest Thanksgiving); Surges Bay, 3.30; Shipwrights Point, 8; Rev. J. F. Dickinson. ??? ? CYGNET— Catholic — Masses at Cygnet, 8.30 and 11. Devotions, Cygnet, 7.30 p.m. Rev. A. Cullen, P.P. Church of England — Cygnet, 8, 11 and 7; Nicholls Rivulet, 3; Rev. C. C. Robertson, Rector. ESPERANCE — Church of England — Dover,' 8 and 7; Raminea, 11; Rev. S. F. L. Clougher. ' ' Congregational — Dover, 11 and 3; Hastings, 3.30; Lune River, 3; Southport, 7.30; Pastor R. A. Pretty, L. Th., and Assistants. . ? ? HUONVILLE — Congregational (Mothers' Day.) — : Rev. R. F. Crocker; Huonville, 11 and 7; Cradoc, 3.30. FRANKLIN— Methodist. — Franklin, 11 and 7; Glen Huon, 3; Rev. F. A. Plumb. f ? Church of England, Sunday after I Ascension ? St. James, 8 a.m. and 7 I p.m. St. John's, 10 a.m. St. David's, 3 p.m. (Harvest Festival.) Rev. I...
At the Theatres MUSICAL REVUE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934
At the Theatres MUSICAL REVUE. The Connors and Paul Musical Revue Company, which opened its Hobart season last Friday with the pi'o'duction, 'Tell. the World,' have met with instant success, and are .drawing wonderful houses to each performance. The ; show is; full of bright and v entertaining ? numbers, t'nri A 'Fill oiti'0'iti cr - anri ? ? r»in/-Vi titVuiIq— 'some comedy. The opening produc tion will have its .final ' presentation to-night, and.-a' complete new'.'' show will be. staged ..to;-morrbw for one 'week. .It is a .musical .revue en titled 'Flying Colors.' It will be the policy, of the management during' the [limited season the company is in Ho bart, to give a complete new produc tion every Friday. , . There will be a matinee on Saturr iday, commencing at 2.30 p.m., at which : children will be 'admitted :f or ?sixpence.. Reserves and day. sales imay be .V obtained at Findlay's Music IStore, Elizabeth Street. '
DERWENT VALLEY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934
DERWENT VALLEY ASSOCIA TION. The opening match of the roster in the Derwent Valley Association was played at Lachlan on Saturday be tween' .the home team and Upper Derwent. The match was played in a very friendly spirit throughout. Upper Derwent won comfortably. Lachlan fielded only seven of last season's players, but are hopeful 'of strengthening their team in the course of a few weeks. Harvey was appointed captain of the Lachlan team. 0. Graham, who has been captain of the team for the past four years, was not available for Saturday, but it is hoped. he will be in the team in the course of two weeks. C. Richardson gave a good display of umpiring.