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AN AUSTRALIAN TRIUMPH. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934

i AN AUSTRALIAN TRIUMPH Hobart is to receive a great honor this Saturday when the greatest Aus tralian production, 'The Silence of Dean Maitland,' will have its world premiere at the Strand Theatre. In John Longden, English stage and screen star, Cinesound have the per-, feet type for the characterisation of Dean .... Maitland, and his acting throughout' is superb. He is : Well supported' by Charlotte Francis, the. English actress, . who came to Aus tralia to. play on the stage in a num Miss Charlotte Francis, leading lady in 'The Silence of ? Dean Maitland' ber of English productions, and was secured specially for the part of Alma Loe. Jocelyn Howarth, well remembered for her excellent per formance in 'The Squatter's Daugh ter,' also has a prominent part in .'The Silence of Dean Maitland.' The supporting programme will in clude a brilliant musical sensation, 'Cinesound Varieties,' a color car toon, 'Jack and the Beanstalk,' and newsreels. Bookings for the week are advisable.

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

VICTORIAN OVERSEAS TRADE. The superintendent of horticulture (Mr J. M. Ward) announced last Friday that 827,960 cases of fruit,, comprising 642,000 cases of apples and 18§,S-60 cases of pears, had bee.n shipped from Victoria this sea son. This was less than tho. esti maxea quantity to April z& Dy I4l,biu i cases. The decrease was due ? to losses of fruit 'which followed the heat wave in Jlarch. In all 26,338 cases of apples and 5644 cases of p.e.ars had been rejected. Among other exports of fruit were 826 cases of grapes, 32 cases of passion fruit, and 6216 cases of plums. It was probable that before the season ended there would be a further decrease in shipments of apples and pears com pared with the estimated quantities. The last shipment of fruit which would leave Victoria this season would be; taken by the City of Can berra, which was expected to leave on May 30. _ ;

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

NEW HUON Gracie Fields, the well-known Eng lish cemedienne, will be seen in' 'Sally In Our Alley*! at the New; Huon Theatre, Huonville, on' Satur day. Miss Fields' popularity on thei English stage is remarkable. Her natural manner, blunt humor, backed by a splendid singing voice and quaint l^ancasnire dialect, nave won her a following many big stars would be proud of. 'Sally In Our Alley' is an adaptation of the late Charles E. McEvoy's play, 'The Likes of 'Er.' The characters are ably por trayed by Ian Hunter as George Miles, Florence Desmond, who does a wonderful piece of work- as Florrie Small, and; Ben Fields, portraying the character of Sam Bilson, the pro prietor of a coffee shop, is one of the geins of the. production.

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PHILOSOPHY OF A WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934

PHILOSOPHY OF A WOMAN. My old man's got such a nice friend — one of them chaps what always says the right thing afc the right time — spe- cially when you're thirsty. . \ I don't know what's the matter with - my Minnie. She's all mopey. Either . ? got the measles coming on or she's in love. I 'ope it's only the measles. Some people ain't 'arf lucky. They've just told that Mr. Buddie, what 'ad a accident, that 'e won't be able to work no more. ? I don't really mind what my next door neighbor calls me. She's a lady if she's nothing else, and that's some thing. . ??'*' . ''''?'.? ..?'-. My old man fell down the coal 'ole last week arid couldn't get out. So I told 'im to stay where 'e was while I fetched 'elp. That girl over the way's getting on very well in service. She 'as a nice new job every month. The lamb they had ordered was tough. Jones called the waiter. . 'What is this meat you have given us?' 'Lamb, sir.' 'You're quite sure it's lamb, and riot mutton?' 'H'm. A case of second c...

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

II Imagine It! TWEED OR TWILL SUITS 1 I Men's Special Grade Briar Tweed Sack Suits in ? pas ^\ i* JT% 1 I Browns, Greys, Fawns, etc. Well lined throughout JL a ? I Jk^v IE to match. Sizes 3 to 7. Usual 49/6. Brownells 39/6. 1 \J I 1 W I § Men's Indigo Twill Sac Suits, in all-wool Serge. LW ^W / %^ ' 1 I Guaranteed dye. Usual 49/6. Brownell's 39/6. *b^ ^^ ^ ^-Jr I 59/6 Ballarat Tweed Sac Suits 49/6 1 I Men's Ballarat Tweed Sac Suits, in Browns and Fawns. A good warm winter I I Tweed at a special price. About thirty coats. Usual 59/6. Brownell's 49/6. II 75/- Indigo Twilj Sac Suits for 65/ I 1 Special Indigo Twill Sac Suits in all-wool. Tailor made. Italian lined. I I Sizes 3 to 7.* Usual 75/- Brownell's 65/ 11 69/6 Worsted Sac Suits, Sizes 3 to 7, 59/6 I I Worsted Sac Suit in Browns, Fawns, etc. Smartly made and very neat I I fitting. Lined to match. Sizes 3 to 7. Usual 69/6. Brownell's 59/6. II 45/^ Tweed Overcoats 32/6 Fifty only Double Breasted Tweed Overcoats, plain back, lined t...

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

AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS IN ENGLAND News Bulletin RESULT OF LAST MATCH ; AUSTRALIA, 5 for 368. LEICESTERSHIRE. 152 & 9 for 263. Honors of the Week go to : D. G. BRADMAN W. J. O'REILLY 206 v. Wore. 1 1 for 79 v. Leic. NEXT MATCHES: v. Cambridge Univ. at Cambridge, v. M.C.C. at Lords. Also Honors to Arthur H. Jones who reduced the price of genuine tailored suits 30/ by going upstairs. CR. LIVERPOOL & MURRAY STS. HOBART. Post a card and he will call on you. imrTTIWrnWlTTTIBTini IJIIJIMiJII liLiiLMIWMWIIfBI WIIIM III'1 i-mMM imi ?

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THE GAY BANDIT OF THE BORDER A Thrilling Romance of the Mexican Border Country. (Published by Special Arrangement.) [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER XLIX. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 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 XLIX. ' _ Morales sighed, then slowly he . smiled. 'When one loves,' he said, 'there is little to add, except that I envy you both. Yet there is much to be said between us.' He looked across at Ted. 'You see, serior, I want above all else that this Adela of mine shall be happy. A few years more and I shall be gone the way of my ancestors —wherever old ranchers go after the t . last rodeo. I will sleep better to know that Adela is in good hands. / r /^.^??-^r' 'Frankly, for her I would have ' ' chosen differently, but no one can direct the course of love. To-day T neither consent nor forbid. There is much to think of, much for Adela and ? myself to talk of. So I say only that .no one is to know of this yet. And if ? you are to see each other, I ask of you, I senor, one promise. Let there be no ??'.??;?' talk of ...

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934

;; THE WEATHER. The Weather Bureau reports that fine weather prevailed over Tasmania for the greater part of last week, with high barometers., Extreme tem peratures at Hobart for the week were 62.2 deg. on May 4, and 39 leg. on 3rd May; extremes in other parts of the State were 65 deg.' at Stanley on 29th April, and 23 deg. Moina on 3rd May. Rainfall at southern stations was, as follows: — Hamilton, nil; Bothwell, 10 points; New Norfolk, 3 ; Hobart, 5 ; Springs, 80; Franklin, 13; Hythe, 25; Cape Bruni, 20. The heaviest fall in the State was 164 points at St. Mary's, t

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Selling Apples MIDDLEMEN'S PROFITS. SCHEME FOR REDUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934

Selling Apples MIDDLEMEN'S PROFITS. SCHEME FOR REDUCTION. . Mr H. J. Hopkins, of Franklin, makes the following comments on. the vexed question of the disparity be tween the returns received by Tas manian shippers of apples and the price paid by consumers in England: 'If all the vocal energy which has been ' used for years ; past damning the middlemen who wax fat at the expense of the Tasmanian apple. grower could, be- harnesseu and put. into practical use, *there would be sufficient power- to drive 'a ship:. ;to' England. ; But the middlemen do not- seem ,'to ;be any the worse for. all the, .damning, and certainly the ? or-' chardist is riprie the. better: off ,f or it: v, ; 'I see the. Cygnet 'Council ' are going to try and put matters on a better footing. ...; Every '.apple grower is convinced that something mu'st'b'e' done .if; the: .. industry is' to . ,; survive, but nobody seems to.' know, what., ^ 'i ?../;.. 'Here is ! a suggestion for what, it is worth : Throughouti England ...

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

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure For Coughs and Colds never fails.

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

BRISBANE SELECTED AGENTS COMMITTEE. npHE following Firms are mem bers of the Brisbane Se- ' lected Agents Committee: — Allen, J ? . .. 15 Arkell and Sons . . . . . . 12'. Barr, AS ? 19 A. Chave ? ? 4 Clark and Jesser ? 49 Collard and Mackay . . . . 2 Cooper Bros ? 45 Geeves, H. V. Pty. Ltd. ... 6 Mackay, W. M ? 20 Mendoza & Wright Pty. Ltd. 40 McCowan and Hammond . . 34 Robsons Ltd ? 28 Cooksley, J. F ? 43 J

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

FRUITGROWERS OF TASMANIA! For best results consign your Apples and Pears TO : McCOWAN & HAMMOND Fruit Exchange, BRISBANE. SHIPPING NUMBER Cable and ''3 y^7 ^ Telegraphic Address: W^T '? 'CITRUS.' —iiinTTiiriimoiiiKii.il iirmi ? in ? -i ? ii«ih iwi n»i»m -- -- '1. . ' ... -ttt— nrrw — i^^m_ QUEENSLAND! THE PLACE TO SELL APPLES, AND ROBSONS PTY. LTD. 'Are the Dependable Firm for Seeming Top Market Price's all through ' * . ; the Season; ?'?..: - : : , : ? ' ?_ _ Our Sole Representative in Tasmania is— .' , ;? /, ^^fr ^^ ???'?-???.? :^MR. HERBERT ROWE, ; : ^^ KB Mei'cantile Mutual Buildings, 105 Macquarie St. Hobart %^mk ^^/J Who will supply Stencils* Advice Notes and ' Envelopes. ' ? : Bankers: E.S. & A. Bank, Roma Street, Brisbane* * ESTABLISHED 1906. COUNTRY ORDERS A SPECIALTY. H. N. HARRIS & CO. Fruit Growers' Agent. , FRUIT AND PRODUCE MERCHANTS] ' ( WE ARE THE LARGEST COUNTRY ORDERS SUPPLIERS IN ? ??.;??- ? QUEENSLAND. ' .-??.. '.:' .---'V:-1. r'--^' 23 RO...

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Franklin Election SIR JOHN EVANS CAMPAIGN. PROBLEMS REVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934

Franklin Election — ? ? ? SIR JOHN EVANS' CAMPAIGN. PROBLEMS REVIEWED. One of the Nationalist candidates for the Franklin electorate (Sir John Evans) opened his campaign at Bel lerive on Monday night before a large attendance. Sir John was accoi-ded a flattering reception, and his address was punctuated with applause. In the course of his remarks he said : — Three years have passed since I sought your suffrages to be returned again as a member for the electorate of Franklin, arfd the confidence you then reposed in ? me enabled me to practically complete 38 years as your representative in : the House' of '''As- sembly. This is a very flattering. re- cord,, and. one I appreciate highly,;for it., does not often .fall to- the lot ..off a public man to be favored with a^'con tinuoiis recognition of his 'serviced over such a' long 'period', as- has-been granted to me. During that time lean fairly claim to have closely watched the interests of the electors of Franklin, and in doing ' so, h...

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PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934

PRODUCE MARKET. Messrs :W. T. Tliorpe Pty. Ltd. sold by auction in their mart last Friday: — ?Butter, 1/1 to 1/5 lb; cream, 7/ to; 14/ doz.!; dripping, 5d lb; quinces, 3/ to 4/ case; preserved eggs, 1/1* to l/'2i* dozen; fresh eggs, 1/lOd'to 2/2 dozen; apples, 27 to 3/3 case; pears, 3/ td 4/6 case; cabbages, 1/ to 2/9 dozen; cauliflowers, 1/ dozen; beetroot, 1/3 dozen bunches; potatoes, 6/6 to 7/6 per bag, 2/9 to 3/3 case; green tomatoes, 1/6 case; marrows, 1/9 to 9/: dozen; parsnips, 9d to 1/3 dozen bunches; swedes, 1/1 to 1/3 dozen bunches; ?carrots, 1/9 dozen bunches; onions, 9d to 1/ .small bag; pumpkins, 6/ to -16/6 dozen; beef, 15d to 6Sd; pork, 5d to 8Jd; mutton, 4d to 6Jd; veal, 21d to 7d:; lamb, 6d to 9d; fresh sausages, 4d to 4 id; Belgium sausage, 6d to 7d' lb. Live poultry. — Ducks, 4/ Dair; cockerels, 3/ to 5/6; fowls, 3/; hens, 2/ to 4/; pullets, 3/3 to 5/3; turkeys, 11/ to 13/6; geese, 9/; chickens, 1/3. Dressed' poul try.— Fowls, 3/3 to 5/6 pair; ducks, 5/ to 6/6; ch...

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Fruit Sales DISCREPANCY BETWEEN CONSUMER AND WHOLESALE PRICES WHERE DOES THE DIFFERENCE GO? [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934

Fruit Sales - ??' ... . ' — ** DISCREPANCY BETWEEN CON SUMER AND WHOLESALE PRICES WHERE DOES THE DIFFERENCE GO? Tihe wide range of figures between the pric.es paid in England' for Tas manian fruit and the returns sent to the growers was referred to at' the meeting of the Cygnet Municipal Council last Thursday by Cr. E. Norris; who said that every year lately fruitgrowers were receiving .information to the effect that they were not getting a fair deal in the English market. He had heard' of Tasmanian fruit being sold there for 5/6 per bushel, and re-sold later in the day for 13/. If that were true . it has got to be stopped — it will stop, for the growers will be forced'- out of business. (Hear, hear.) As a definite instance of what is going on a lady was at present on a visit to Tasmania from England., who had found a note in a case of apples. The note was written by his (Cr. Norris) granddaughter, Ruth Norris, of Nieh olls Rivulet, and contained a request - that the buyer »f the ap...

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

FRUITGROWERS OF TASMANIA CONSIGN YOUR FRUIT TO STANTjON BROS. M^ ROMA' STREET, BRISBANE. '-?'- .. , i WHOSE SHIPPING NUMBER IS No. 1. ^ We are the Firm in. Brisbane for good prices and prompt returns. - - . All Advice given can be relied upon. THESE THEEE MEN NEVILLE PARK, BERT SHELTON ?'''- S. Tas. Rep. i '. . ? Head Salesman Are:outirto STUD Y YOUR INTERESTS, and give you 'Live il^rej/sgryi.ce?. v. jlf you want ' Horiesty, combined with immedi ate reliable 'Information,''' you can do nothing better than consign v:.r;'-;7i / all' your FRuiTiTct- /.'' . ' /i.'.vJjV; ;/t' 'ffl. ''J.- PLINT''^ .-; -A'' WHOLESALE FRUIT MERCHANT ROMA STREET MARKETS BRISBANE ;,:?? :,.;?:,;.: .. * ?? plint i( ( ., t ; '?'?; li-;: ' Shipping Brand — ^ r ' r x- ?-??:???'??;?? ' BRIS. ' \' '* | ''- ' ' --'' ^—^— »— »^— — ^i— I— — — » ,' » ' V ' For Reliability, Promptness, and Highest Price, send your Fruit to. HEDLEY GEEVES LTD. eHEDLEY GEEVES, Managing Director. £% . - , TURBOT STREET, BRISBANE. ^&...

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

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure For Influenza Colds. OAT HUSKS. ? OAT HUSKS are now obtainable in fair quantities. :: PRICE, £3/10/ PER TON ex MILL. 'Bags supplied by Buyer. GIBSONS LIMITED, Hobart. ?Phone 4075. CLOVER BUTTER ' IF YOU WANT THE BEST Obtainable all Grocers Pearce and Pearce Nurserymen, Seedsmen, Produce Merchants, Commission Agents The Reliable Butter People j 8 Murray Street, Hobart

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Cygnet Fruit Board MAY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934

Cygnet Fruit Board V MAY MEETING. A meeting ' of the Port ' €ygnet Fruit Board was held' at the Imperial Hotel at Cygnet on Friday. Present: Messrs T. Donohoe (chairman), J. B. Dance, M.' J. Renehan, F. Thorp, M. R. Beckwith (secretary), and J. 'Syn nott (inspector). Notification was received from Mr W. Calder of his resignation as . a . member of the Board, and the chair man in moving that the resignation be accepted, stated1 that Mr Calder was an original member, and had held office for over 24 years. The motion expressing the Board's sympathy with, and its appreciation of Mr Cadler's past services, was carried unanimously. OVERDUE RATES. Instructions were given to the sec retary to take legal proceedings to enforce payment of all overdue rates. ? ? It was pointed out that rid rates had been levied! for the year 1933, and that for the current year the rate had been reduced to sixpence per acre on bearing and non-bearing or chards.

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NEW NORFOLK PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934

NEW NORFOLK PERSONAL. Many residents of New Norfolk have been enjoying a holiday at Salt water River, where furnished' cot tages are very reasonable, and splen did opportunities for swimming, boating, and first-class fishing are to be had. Many parties from New Norfolk have been visiting there through the weekend, including Mr and Mi's H. Balmer and family, Mr A. Reggett, Mr and Mrs M. J. Con Ian, and Miss N. Conlan, Mr Miller, Sergeant House and son Frederick. A most enjoyable bridge afternoon was organised by Mrs L. L. Nicholson last Thursday, 3rd inst., on behalf of the New Norfolk branch of the Red Cross, and held in her beautifully situated home, 'Forest Hill,' on the Lachlan road. Amongst those pre A. C. Walker, C. H. Rowe, Drake, Lumley, J. K. Nicholson, W. P. Mor gan, G. Aitken, D. Parker, W. L. Nicholson; and S. Cornock, Matron McKendric, Misses C. Oberlin Harris, M. and E. Fysh, R. Fletcher, M. Faulkner, G. Terry, and H. Onslow. A satisfactory amount was raised for the Red...

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OVERSEAS SHIPMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 10 May 1934

OVERSEAS SHIPMENTS. Ulysses loaded 28,372 cases of apples at Hobart, . and sailed for^ Liverpool on Tuesday. Baradine loaded 43,000 cases of apples and 1000 cases of pulp at Hobart, and sailed for London on Tuesday. . Overseas steamers to load fruit at Hobart for the remainder of the sea son are:— Moreton Bay, 14th; Port Fremantle, Mongolia and' Maimoa, 18th; Port Denison, 26th. ' Port Caroline loaded at Port Huon ? 28,299 cases of apples for Hull, Lon don and Liverpool. At Hobart, 22,620 cases apples and 629 , cases pears for London; 12,508 cases of apples for Liverpool, 7345 cases of apples for Hull, 350 cases dessert fruits for Liverpool, 150 for Hull, and 200 for- London. The total shipments for the season to Saturday last numDer z,z66,VJ£ cases of apples and_ 37',6.04. bushels of. pears; compared with, 1,377,093 cases of apples and 11,192 bushels of pears' for the corresponding period last sea son. Cathay left fiobart on Saturday, after loading 17,000 -cases of apples ' for Lon...

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