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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934

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Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934

Yo athletes, all who bike or run, Or row or box, or may have done, Know that of all the human ills You're subject most to cold and chills. . But both will disappear be sure, By taking Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934

For Top Market Prices/ CONSIGN TO S. M. MACHADO & Co. PRIVATE TREATY SALESMEN All United Kingdom and Continental Markets UNIVERSAL / 20 ^PPtog NMto Stencils and Triplicate Advice Note Books obtainable from R. O. MATHER, Bursary House SOLE TASMANIAN REPRESENTATIVE ORCHARDISTS! BEFORE ORDERING YOUR SPRAY MATERIAL elsewhere you are advised to consult the merits of COOPER'S PRODUCTS. { COOPER'S ARSINETTE. COOPER'S ALBOLEUM. I . COOPER'S BORDINETTE. COOPER'S NICOTINE. j Canadian Pine Cases at greatly reduced prices. All Spray and Packing I Material Stocked. j Cooper's Motto: We Undertake. We Perform. ? | BENDER ^Go. Ptv. Ltd. HUONVILLE. I Roberts & Co I LIMITED I I AUCTIONEERS & MACHINERY AGENTS I I v. HOBART. Phone 3016. 1 I Have pleasure in announcing^ that they | | have been ' appointed Sole Agents for | I Southern Tasmania for I I H. V. McKay, Massey-Harris 1 ; § PTY. LTD. I I and now handle the combined lines of | | Sunshine & Massey-Harris I I Farm a...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934

SHIP YOUR FRUIT TO , p HOPKINS g LIPSCOMBE Proprietor: STANLEY H. POGSON. LICENSED FARM PRODUCE AGENT. MUNICIPAL MARKETS, SYDNEY. PROMPT RETURNS. SHIPPING NO. PJg Bankers: Bank of N.S.W., Town Hall Branch, SYDNEY. !l~j. mason I LICENSED FARM PRODUCE AGENT. 1 Ultimo Road. MUNICIPAL MARKETS, SYDNEY. - V': '. .,t.CK- .All sales under personal siiparvision. ' Prompt Returns. 1 QK Reliable Advice; Bankers: Bank of N.S. Wales, Haymarket, Sydney. I EVERY SEASON BRINGS NEW, PROBLEMS TO THE. FRUITGROWER - ? ; EXCEPT- IN THE MATTER,' OF SELECTING HIS AGENT. HERBERT WILSON Solves this problem season after season for scores of satisfied growers. If you are not already in the band;, join up' at once. 131 CITY FRUIT MARKETS, SYDNEY. 131 THE GROWERS' FRIEND. H. J. GREENTREE WHO PAYS THE RIGHT PRICE FROM THE OPENING TO THE CLOSE OF: THE SEASON. FARM & PRODUCE AGENT, MUNICIPAL MARKETS, SYDNEY. 228 : SHIPPING NUMBER 228 References: Any of our Clients anywhere. GROWERS! YOU CANNOT GO WRONG IN ...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
LOWER DERWENT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934

LOWER DERWENT ASSOCIA TION. The opening games of the Lower Derwent Football Association were commenced ? on Saturday. Lower Derwent v. Molesworth, ..Lachland v. Upper Derwent, Plenty a bye. The match between Lower Der went and Molesworth ' was very evenly contested, there being two worth at the bell. Lower Derwent played well in-.the first-, quarter, and Molesworth -were hard pressed. In accurate kicking' prevented Derwent from establishing a big lead. J. Cui'tain was playing strongly in the ruck and getting most of the 'tap outs.' -Towards the end of the quar ter Molesworth brightened up, but the strong defence of Oakley saved a good many goals. The quarter scores' were : Lower Derwent, 2.1; Molesworth, 1.2. The second quarter. .found Moles worth playing all over. Lower Der went, -with the result that 6 goals 1 behind was scored to Lower Der weht's 1 goal 2 behinds. R.' Wiggins played a determined game for^Der went in the centre, but its forward line became disorganised. Half-time ...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
GOOD DEEDS WE LIKE TO AVOID. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934

GOOD DEEDS WE LIKE TO AVOID. The Boy Scout ideal of performing one good deed a day is one that we might do well to copy — and in the true fashion. If a Boy Scout sees a blind man who wishes to cross the road, he will take him across. But why should that sort of thing be con nueu iu uieia — or iu policemen, dus conductors, and officials of various kinds? Why should not you person ally — you, a woman, perform a little service like that? Because you do not like to be conspicuous? I have often noticed the reluctance of women to help in small ways of this kind. They will look to someone else to help — point out the plight of the blind person or other source of distress to a policeman or other authority ? but usually they will not come to the rescue themselves. One day recently a little dog was run over in town. It howled pitifully, and a crowd gathered round, anxious and sympathetic, but doing nothing to help. Then a smartly-dressed woman pressed forward, bent over the animal, and began ...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934

J. E. MITTY DENTIST, FRANKLIN May be Consulted daily, the fol lowing dates excepted: — HUONVILLE — Picnic Hotel, every Tuesday, 1.30 till 5 p.m. -.,.,. CYGNET — Every Thursday (Old Bank Chambeis), 10.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. GEEVESTON— 'Hillcrest,' May 11, 10 a.m. till 5 p.m. DOVER — 'St. Elmo,' May 18, 10 ???' a.m. till 4 p.m. ' . i SOUTHPORT— Every fourth Satur day; '.Next visit, Saturday, May 19. 'Phone: 3 Franklin. THE IMPERIAL ALTERATION IN TARIFF. ' In addition to the usual Table D'Hote Prices, Breakfast and Special Three-Course Luncheons and Din ners will be obtainable at 2/- each. M. D. FLEXMORE, Manageress. CLEMES COLLEGE 393 ARGYLE STREET, HOBART; : THE SCHOOL WITH THE ?.--? PERSONAL TOUCH A HOME SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN OF ALL AGES Special Technical Course for Country Boys

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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REASON. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934

? REASON. It was midnight, and Cohen was snoring soundly in his room above the 'pawnshop. Suddenly he awoke. Somo one Avas hammering ' on ? the door be low. Cohen put his head out of the window. 'Come down here,' demanded the caller. ? ??,'??-.''. 'Vat, at this hour?' said Cohen, in dignantly. , v ; 'Come, down, or I'll break, your door in.'., . ? '? :;.':-.' ???'?'; ;.-. v Grumblingly Cohen stumbled down the stairs. ... - . 'Veil,' what is it?' he asked. 'What's the time?' said the caller. 'Vat,' said Cohen, 'you vake me up in the middle of the night and ask me1 the time!' 'Well, 'you've got my watch, haven't you?'

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934

III | TO THE RESIDENTS OF GEEVESTON AND | , 1 1 1 II! j SURROUNDING DISTRICTS . . . j j|l ill f MESSRS. !!! I I JOHNSTON & MILLER 1 III | MURRAY ST., HOBART III III I I H! III I ARE NOW making a Display of the jff ill ! NEWEST & LATEST STYLES ill ill ! in 111 HI | LADIES' & CENTS' WINTER WEAR ]|| jjj ^ j ' ALSO GENERAL DRAPERY |l| 111 ' This display will be held in , . ... . I jj HI MR. J. HARWOOD'S Residence Ijj ||1 , . '? ? (Opposite DR. ABBOTT'S) ' jfj ||1 j ?? ?. /You are cordially invited to attend. ' ijj III j ; &^hifc^ark}H'p— ^ I !1e--'»»-' ? ; ? ???? ? - ? ?????? ? ? ? ? ? ???????? ? ? ? ? ? gjj SHIPPED BY NGATORO ^m^^m^^mmsimmmss^mmssmmmsmm t I To No. 3 in Brisbane. This is a very frequent phrase used in m '? the Huon this season. Just at present Apples and Peais are in fi . good demand, and advise you to push along shipments as soon as a' possible. if ! The Tasmanian fruit to hand so far this season has been the best Wi j we have had in Bri...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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RELIEVED. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934

RELIEVED. 'And it is estimated,' concluded the famous scientist, 'that at the present rate the heat of the sun will be ex hausted in approximately seventy mil lion years, at the end of which time this planet will be a cold, barren ball of rock, and all life will be extinct.' A small, worried-looking man at the back of the hall rose to his feet. 'How long did you say it would be before this terrible calamity occurs?' he in quired. 'About seventy million years,' re plied the lecturer. ' 'Thank heaven!' said the worried one, resuming his seat with a sigh of relief. 'I thought you said seven mil lion!' Heavy Stranger (returning to his seat after interval): 'Did I tread on your toes as I went out?' Seated Man (grimly): 'You did, sir.' Heavy Stranger (to wife) : 'That's right, Matilda, this is pur place.' Maude: 'There's one thing about this engagement I don't like.' Alice: 'Why, I think Tom is' a per fectly splendid fellow.' Maude: 'Yes, but he did. not have to go to the city for the eng...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
REFRESHING YOUR LOOKS. Keeping Cool in Hot Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934

REFRESHING YOUR LOOKS. Keeping Cool in Hot Weather. Summer weather, as most members ' _r of the fair sex know all too well, is a test for the complexion. Sleep is un doubtedly the best beautifier, summer or winter. So make a point of trying night. A few minutes' daily exercise is all important to develop the body and to improve the carriage. Ten minutes first thing in the morning and last thing at night will do much towards retaining suppleness and grace of movement. ^ To keep cool and fresh in hot wea ther just dab a few drops of Eau de Cologne occasionally on forehead, wrists and temples, or behind the ears instead of saturating your handker chief with it. ' Honey of roses is an old-world recipe ? which is excellent for the skin in slim mer. It will keep it fair and smooth, and will assist ta relieve any trace of irritation caused by the unwelcome attention of mosquitoes. The petals of the cabbage rose are among the most suitable, but, failing thpsp. nt.hp.rs ran hp RnhRtitutpd- T...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
FOUNDER OF LOURDES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934

FOUNDER OF LOURDES. A new saint was canonised in the church of St. Peter's, Rome, on De cember 8, the ritual being the same as that for the saints of old. This is Ber nadette Soubirous, the French peasant girl credited with founding the most sacred shrine in Eurone — the fount, of healing at Lourdes. Seventy-five years ago Bernadette was tending her flocks on the grassy slopes of the Pyrenees, when the swel tering sun drove her to seek shelter in a small cave. There, it is stated, a vision of the Blessed Virgin appeared to her. She was told to dig with her hands the ground on which, she was standing. Presently a rivulet ,of water gushed forth. 'Let the sick wash them selves in this water,' said the Virgin, 'and they shall be healed.' So Lourdes grew from a tiny un known village to a world-famous town catering for 900,000 pilgrims a year. Bernadette, who died in a convent at the age of forty, was beatified in 1925, but it was not until a court of twenty-one cardinals sat recently in ...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
LACHLAN ANOTHER FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934

LACHLAtf ? « ? ANOTHER FIRE. A four-roomed cottage owned by; Mr Samuel Miller, of Lachlan, was' burned -to the ground on Saturday evening about 8 o'clock. The dwel ling had been unoccupied for the past few weeks, but had stored in it cer tain belongings of Mrs McDonald, who was to occupy it in the course of a few days. Evei-ything was lost. The fire -was first. not.iooHi *-?» M-r .T A Graham, who was on his way to at-i tend a function at the Lachlan State) School. This is the fourth fire . to; occur at Lachlan in the course of two: months. The origin of the outbreak! is a mystery. \ EUCHRE TOURNAMENT. j A successful euchre tournament was held at the Lachlan State School on Saturday night to raise funds for the purpose of buying a map of the world to be installed in the school. The prize winners were Mrsi A. E. Geard, first ladies ; Messrs Thos. Gaul and-Les.1 Miller. level for gent's first prize. Mr' J. Ei Oaklejr' and Mrs j L. J.1 Graham won the second prizes. | The function was ar...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SAFE HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934

. SAFE, .HARBOR^'' ? Having , after much difficulty got elected to a certain club, a man rather diffidently went there to' dinner for the first time arid sat down at an un occupied table. : 'Excuse me, sir,' said the steward, 'this 'table - is reserved for Sir Sidney, a very bid member.' The. new member moved to a-nntliAv table.-.: -.?????' 'I really beg your pardon, sir,' be gan the steward again, 'but Major Robinson has dined at this table every night for two years.' Again the new member moved. 'I'm afraid, sir, but ? ' Going to the door, the new member called out: 'Steward, please bring my chop into the bathroom.' He: 'You are my first thought every morning.' She: 'Your brother told me the very same thing the other day.' He: 'But I get up an hour before he does.' ? ,; Mrp. Dinks: 'What I say never seems to bear any fruit.' Mr.; Dinks: 'It might, if you pruned it a bit.' ''.!': '?: : '???''? :, . -. j: -?-.'??;.. ??'.'?'

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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Dame Rumor CAUSES TROUBLE AT CYGNET. MUNICIPAL ELECTION METHODS OBJECTED TO. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934

Dame Rumor CAUSES TROUBLE AT CYGNET. MUNICIPAL ELECTION METHODS OBJECTED TO. After a very uneventful morning session last Thursday, when the new municipal year of the Cygnet Coun cil was commenced-, members of that body had just about left the Town Hall for lunch when they were called back to the table by the Warden to hear a statement, which Captain Geo. Conner said he desired to matp tp specting the recent campaign for the annual election, of councillors. When the council was re-assembled Captain Cooper said he was not pre sent at the declaration of the poll for the Cradoc ward, but understood that certain remarks were made by the successful candidate, and he desired to know if they were intended for him. Warden Davies: I did not mention any names in my remarks. I was speaking generally. Captain Cooper: I supported the candidature of Mr Barwick, and made no secret of it, but I deny ever saying during the campaign, one word against you (Warden. Davies), and I again ask you if you w...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE CONFESSIONS OF A WIGMAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934

THE CONFESSIONS OF A WIGMAKER; Vanity!. Vanity! All is vanity! quoth the ancient sage. 'Vanity in some people knows no limit. Where their hair is concerned men are. just as vain as women. Half my customers are of the male sex. And another thing particularly impor tant to me is the fact that when a man or woman is buying a wig the price of the article cuts no figure; if the outnt suns nis taste ana complexion he will purchase it at any price. Everybody has some weakness, but when a human being commences to lose his hair every other failing is completely forgotten.' A well-known hairdresser who deals in wigs and toupees, expressed her self as quoted above. She has been in the business many years. An in terview with her on the subject and some of her trials and tribulations in matching complexions and hair will be found following: 'If it wasn't against 'my business principles I would like to have you stay around my parlors for a ' few hours and listen to the tales of the various people...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Butter for Tasmania PRICE OF IMPORTS FIXED. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934

Butter for Tasmania m ? — - PRICE OF IMPORTS FIXED. The production of butter in Tas mania is reported to have fallen be- ' low domestic requirements, and a request was received by the Victorian directors of Commonwealth Dairy Produce Equalisation . Committee Ltd., for supplies from Friday last at 140/ per cwt., the wholesale p'rice in Tasmania to be increased 9/4 per cwt. to 149/4 pr cwt., or 1/4 per lb. At the recent conferences in Sydney opposition to the proclamation of the Federal Dairy Products Act . was waived -by;- Tasmania and 'South Aus tralia on^ the understanding that the smaller 'Butter producing States should adjdysharges of importing but ter ; to their States to the price of butter in the 'States of export, which has been fixed at 140/ per cwt. The Tasmanian request was con sidered by the Victoi'ian members of the board of equalisation company last Friday, when three of the. four members decided that Tasmania should be charged 130/8 per cwt., or 1/2 per lb, so that .th...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THEORETICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934

THEORETICAL. . The boys were being examined on the subject of personal hygiene. A boy was asked, 'What have you to do' to keep your teeth sound and white?' '.Clean them,' was the reply. 'When ought you to clean them?' ? 'Morning, noon and night.' 'What are they to be cleaned with?' 'A toothbrush.' 'Very good; havo you a tooth brush?' 'No, sir.' 'Has your father a toothbrush?' 'No, sir,' 'But how do you know about the use of tooth-brushes?' 'We sell them, sir.' Schoolmaster:* 'Can any boy give me a definition of righteous, indig nation?' Small Boy: 'Please, sir, being an gry without swearing.' Magistrate: 'You say you lost con trol of your motor?.' . Defendant: 'Yes, sir; I couldn't keep up with the instalments.' -*? '. ? ' .-.''.

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Fruit Transport USE OF UNSEASONED DUNNAGE [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934

Fruit Transport USE OF UNSEASONED DUNNAGE At Thursday's meeting of the Cyg- ! neb' Municipal Council, Cr. E. Norris ' said that when he was at the Port i Huon wharf recently, he noticed that ! some timber was being employed for : dunnage in the stowing of the fruit . on an overseas fruit steamer that was fresh from the sawmill. Seeing that the department compelled the fruit- . growers to use seasoned timber for j the making of cases, it was incon- ?? sistent to allow the use of green tim- : ber for dunnage, as the sap from ' it;1 stained the cases and even the fruit itself. The Warden said he agreed that it was most undesirable that' 'unsea soned timber should' be used as dun nage, but he did not know exactly who was responsible for it. The only way to get finality wouldi be to bring -the matter under the notice of the1' State Fruit Advisory Board,'- and ask them to take suitable action. : Cr. Norris moved accordingly, the motion being seconded by the War den- and carried, j . ' — '...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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THE PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934

THE PRINCE, Lilian Harvey, internationally known screen star, comes to the Prince of Wales Theatre on Satur day in 'My Lips Betray.' Her leading man is John Boles, who was personally selected by her; The story of 'My Lips Betray' concerns the adventures of a vouner sineer who becomes the king's favorite through the mistake of his tipsy chauffeur. Much against her better judgment she is forced to accept the situation or arouse the condemnation of every one. When the king finally decides to see his favorite for himself, he really falls in love with her, and, to a great extent, vice versa. Miss Harvey is English-born, but speaks other languages so well that she has been starred in a number of French and1 German productions. A new pair of screen lovers will be seen in 'Bureau of Missing Per sons,' a most unusual comedy drama, which is the supporting fea ture. The picture reveals for the first time on the screen the secrets of that department of the police, whose husiness it is to find m...

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