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DRAUGHTS. (By O. VINCE.) PROBLEM No. 55. (By Macfarlane.) Black: 7, 8, 10, 12, 14. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 17 May 1934

DRAUGHTS. : (By O. VINCE.) PROBLEM No. 55.; (By Macfarlane.) Black: 7, 8, 10, 12, 14. -White-: 19, 21, 22, 23, 31. White to move and win. A fine end game study, arising from the single corner. Solution to Problem No. 53, by R. Jordan. . Black: 20, 24; king 12. White: 32; kings 18, 23. White to move and win. A18— 15, 12 — 16, 26—23, 24—27, 15 — 19, B16 — 12, 19 — 24, 27 — 31, 32 — 27. W wins. A12 — 8, 26— 23, 24 — 27, 23 — 19. W wins. Bl fi- ll, 19— 16. W Wins. '? 26 — 23, submitted by 'Patsy' to ,win, is defeated by 26 — 23, 24 — 27, 18 — 15, 12 — 8, and Black king gains the double corner before White can exchange to gain the move and block him. ?''??? The 'Huon and Derwent Times' problem solving- competition will commence with the problem pub lished! on 7th June. Solvers will be divided into three Grades, ? and the winner of .each Grade will receive a copy of the 'Huon and Derwent Times' for twelve months free. The leading fifty players in Tas mania, according to the editor's rank ...

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FRANKLIN d. HUONVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 17 May 1934

FRANKLIN d. HUONVILLE. Chief interest in Huon Association matches last 'Saturday was centred in the Huonville-Franklin match. As was generally expected a close finish resulted, Franklin winning by one goal. Play started off slowly, both sides crowding the ball too much. Frank lin kept up the attack until Kooke scored a point for the visitors. With Franklin still attacking, Coombes made a spectacular dash and cleared well for Huonville. Richardson, for Franklin, marked well, and kicked a i point. From the- kick-in Burrows | marked brilliantly. With Franklin I still on the offensive, Fulton goaled. j Huonville then took up the attack, [and Griggs cleverly dodging several i opponents, put Cole in possession in i front, who scored1 Huonville's first goal. Davis secured the ball at the bounce, and kicked the ball the wrong way, but Coombes successfully I cleared. Huonville kept up a cqn | stant attack for the next ten min jutes, two goals and a few points re j suiting. Burrows was respon...

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Football HUON ASSOCIATION. KERMANDIE'S BRILLIANT FINISH. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 17 May 1934

Football HUON ASSOCIATION. KERMANDIE'S BRILLIANT FINISH. Play commenced in ideal weather conditions, and it was soon see that both teams were going to take full advantage of this. The pace was made a cracker from the start. Cyg net attacked, and Brereton nicely placed Henley in possession in front, but a weak kick resulted only in a. point. Cygnet kept the pressure on, mainly through fine aerial work of Henley and Walsh, and it was not . for some time that the locals could manage to cross the centre line. Eventually Thompson broke through, to place Gane in possession to goal. Even play followed, with Cygnet get ting the better of the ruck battles. Henley goaled and Grimsey followed suit. Just after this the two full backs, Gorman and Wilson, were playing well, and cleared their re spective goals repeatedly. Kerman die took some time to settle down, but were doing better at the end of the first quarter, with the scores: Kermandie, 2.1; Cygnet, 3.3. At the opening of the second quar t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 17 May 1934

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure For Influenza Colds.

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Sporting Notes CYGNET BOXING TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 17 May 1934

Sporting Notes CYGNET BOXING TOURNAMENT. :??-?'?' (By 'RINGSIDE.') In thinking over the chances' of the. contestants, Peter Cowen and Gor1 don Grant, who box at Cygnet on 1st June next, one cannot help but pic ture a slashig fight, with the decision going either way. Cowen, by his ceaseless agression, seems to have an, excellent chance of wearing his lighter but more experienced op ponent down. On the other hand, Cowen may find some difficulty in placing accurate punches on the elusive Grant, and find himself on the wrong end of some very hard and telling blows. In fighting a clever and hard hitting opponent like Grant, Cowen might well be advised to abandon some of his more reckless tactics, as these may lead to his un doing. I saw Grant box in two of his pro. fights in Hobart, and noticed, with surprise how much he had im proved. He seemed more settled in the ring, and punched harder and more accurately than in his amateur days. Nevertheless, at the time of writing I select the ru...

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SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION. DOVER d. RAMINEA. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 17 May 1934

SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION. DOVER d. RAMINEA, Last Saturday Dover met Raminea on the Raminea ground, Dover win ning easily. Scores: — Dover, 13.15; Raminea, 2.7. SOUTHPORT d. GLENDEVIE. On the Southport ground last Sat urday, Southport defeated Glendevie. Scores: — Solthport, 10.12; Glendevie, 4.Q. ? Next Saturday's matches. — South- port v. Raminea, at Raminea; Dover v. Glendevie, at Glendevie.

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GEEVESTON GROUND REOPENED. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 17 May 1934

GEEVESTON GROUND RE OPENED. After being closed for sports meet ings for some months, to allow the oval to settle down after the levelling and forming that it was subjected to some few months ago, the Kermandie ground was re-opened last Saturday, the occasion being a match betwen Cygnet and Kermandie. The- sur face was in fairly good order, and played better than was expected. The surface will undoubtedly be 'ex- cellent when the grass stools out, as it should do during the present win ter and next spring. Its splendid laying out is a credit to the surveyor, Mr J. R. Darling, and the gang of local workmen. Before the match started Warden E. Burgess said the council had two objects in view in undertaking the work of levelling the oval — it gave the residents of Geeveston a sports ground that was a credit to the dis trict and a great asset to the local sporting clubs, and the work provided employment for a very large number of local men who otherwise would have had no remunerative work...

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CLUB NOTES. KERMANDIE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 17 May 1934

CLUB NOTES. KERMANDIE. Bill Thompson was Kermandie's best man last Saturday, the open, spaces of the new ground and an even-time gait proving too much for opponents. Bill's marking is of a freak type, but it is very effective. Jack Warren played another fine game. He is developing more pace as the season nrosrresses. Practice kicking left foot would help this player a lot. Jack Studley, having his first run of the season, showed good forcn, and with practice should still be an acquisition to the red and blues. Hec. Eyles played fine football as usual. Perhaps not quite so bril liant as usual, but he had more than his share of. the hard work to do. Bill Knight had another quiet day. Little was seen of him till the last quarter, when he made amends with fine dashes from the ruck, which landed the ball repeatedly in the goal mouth. H. Withrington worked hard rov ing, and with a little more luck would have landed a crop of goals. Helps his other forwards a lot. Reg. Ashlin still continu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 17 May 1934

AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS IN ENGLAND News Bulletin Honors of the Week go to : W. H. PONSFORD T. WALL 229 n.o. 7 for 101 v. Cambridge U. and v. M.C.C. 281 n.o. v. M.C.C. Match in Progress— v. Essex. NEXT MATCHES: 19-21-22-Oxford University 23-24-25— Hampshire 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.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 17 May 1934

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 17 May 1934

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure For Children's Hacking Coughs.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 17 May 1934

GRAND CONCERT & DANCE CASTLE FORBES BAY HALL. WEDNESDAY, 3O.th MAY. Hobart and Huon Artists -will provide the Programme, Proceeds in aid of Huon Regatta Ground Building Improvements. Excellent Dance Music. ADMISSION, 1/6. D. GEEVES, Hon. Sec. PUBLIC NOTICE. JF 'certain Persons do not refrain from making False Statements regarding me, Court proceedings will be taken against them. A. J. MANSFIELD, Franklin. DANCE AT CRADOC. SIATURDAY, 26th MAY. Music by Ben Dillon's Orchestra. SUPPER. ADMISSION, 2s. Under the auspices R.S.S.I.L.A., Cygnet-sub-JBranch. A. V. CHAD WICK, Hon. Sec. GRAND DANCE BRAESIDE HALL. SATURDAY NEXT, MAY 19. Novelties Galore & Excellent Supper. 'Ric.' Coulson's Band. ADMISSION, 1/6. (We pay tax.) E. B. ANDREW, Organiser. ESPERANCE MUNICIPALITY. EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY. 'MOTICE is hereby given that an extraordinary vacancy has oc curred ? in the Southport Ward through the resignation of Councillor B. 0. Plummer. If before the expiration of a period of f...

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State Elections FRANKLIN ELECTORATE. ATTORNEY-GENERAL EXPLAINS GOVERNMENT POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 17 May 1934

State Elections FRANKLIN ELECTORATE. ATTORNEY-GENERAL EXPLAINS GOVERNMENT POLICY. Last week the Attorney-General (Mr H. S. Baker) addressed gather ings of the electors at Dovei*, Geeves tcn and Franklin, and gave an ex planation of the Government's policy as well as a review of its past three years' work. The Attorney-General said that Mr Ogilvie, while deploring the accumu lated debt and heavy interest bill, had all along attacked the Premier's Plan as iniquitous, and he now com mitted his party to a complete re versal of that policy with a restora tion of half the cuts in civil servants salaries, additional expenditure on social services, the construction of the road known as 'the missing link,' together with other costly pub lic works. The electors would at once ask where the money was to come from for this attractive pro gramme. Mr Ogilvie's programme had apparently been drawn up with a reckless disregard of the practical aspect of the State's finances. There was no mention of a...

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DOUGLAS CREDIT. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 17 May 1934

DOUGLAS CREDIT. To the Editor. \ ' Sir,— In your last issue 'Finance' j writes a short note that I suppose he j fervently hopes will dispose for ever V of the Douglas Social Credit bogey, i ' But if he had observed the broad grins on the faces of Douglasites as they read it, he might not be so sure that he has laid the bocev. Takine his letter verbatim, nobody blames the banks for the present chaos, this ridiculous position of poverty and ruin in the midst of all the plenty I around us. It is the system that is wrong. A monetary system that has no relation to goods, and is based only on what we can borrow, is sure to fail, as it is obvious to the smallest school child that we cannot keep on borrowing for ever, and has 'Finance' or anybody else got a solu tion of the mess? Echo answers No! . Well, Mr Editor, we claim we have, j and we are sure of it, and those fool- | ish people who oppose the march of i the new monetary ideas will very soon | be sorry that they did not pause and I t...

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PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 17 May 1934

PRODUCE MARKET. Messrs W. T. TTiorp'e Pty. ; Ltd. sold by auction in their mart last Friday: — Butter, 1/ to 1/6 lb; cream, 6/ to 13/ dozen; apples, 1/1 'to 2/ case*; preserved, egggs, 1/ to 1/15; fresh [eggs, 1/9 to 2/ dozen; pears, 2/6 to 1 3/6 case; cabbages, 2/3 to 3/3 doz. ; cauliflowers.. 1/9 dozen; beetroot, 1/, dozen: potatoes, 2/6 to 3/3 case, 2/9 to 7/9 bag; tomatoes, 3/6 case; pumpkins. 1/6 to 7/ dozen; parsnips, 2-/,dozen bunches; carrots, 9d to 1/3 dozen bunches; pickling onions, 9,d to 1/ small bag: marrows, 1/6 to 18/ dozen; beef, lid to 7d; pork, 41-d to 8d; mutton. 4£d to 6d; veal, 2*d to 6d; lamb. 6d to 8*d; fresh sausages, 4dl to 4?,d: Belgium sausage, 5*d to 7d. Live poultry.— Ducks. 2/6 to 5/6 pair; -cockerels, 3/ to 4/9; roos ters. 3/ to 4/9: fowls. 2/6 to 4/6; hens/ 2/3 to 4/6; pullets. 2/9 to 5/; turkeys, 11/ to 12/6. JDressed poul fcrv. — Fowls. 3/6-to 4/6 pair; ducks, 3/3 to 7/; geese, 7/6 to 8/; rabbits, 7d paii*. America had a bill of £400,000,000 last ye...

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SERVICES APPRECIATED. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 17 May 1934

SERVICES APPRECIATED. At the meeting of the Huon Muni cipal Council on Monday last^ the council decided, on the motion of the Warden, to record its appreciation of the valuable services rendered to the municipality by ex-Councillor V. ' J. Skinner during the 25 years he. represented the Upper Huon ward. The motion was supported by several councillors and carried unanimously. , It's football that works up the, muscle, i And gives a man plenty of dash. j It's kick, it's scrum, and it's bustle, And a general looking for lash. ! In the good old hunt for the. leather, ' If a cold you should have' to endure You will soon pull yourself together With Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.

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THE YARRA FALLS MILLS Our Leading Textile Industry Visit by Delegates of the Victorian Provincial Press Association Conference [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 17 May 1934

THE YARRA FALLS MILLS Our Leading Textile Industry ? * ? Visit by Delegates of the Victorian Provincial Press Association Conference An interesting visit of inspection was made recently to the Yarra Falls Mills by the delegates and- friends at tending the annual conference of the Victorian Provincial Press Associa tion. The many and varied processes of the industry and the marvellous ma chinery used in the production of tex tiles — from the reception of the wool and other materials to the turning out of the finished products — were show;i AERIAL VIEW OF MILLS. and explained to the visitors. The machinery throughout is of the most modern description, the operators highly skilled experts, and Australia's wools are the world's best, with the result that the Mills' manufactures rank amongst the highest grades. Yarra Falls Mills Limited is a public company with an authorised capital of £1,000,000, the paid-up capital being £900,000. ? \ ' ??. '... ? The mills ; of the company are erect e...

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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 LII. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 17 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 LII. 'The major's out after El Coyote again,' they would say, and laugh. It was a stock joke. Everyone knew it. The major knew it. During March he had redoubled his efforts. The war department had given him the use of a band of scouts from Fort Leslie Ul rich and raised the number of his cavalry to two hundred. And now to night scouts had brought him news of a large band, numbering between forty and fifty riders, who had passed along the foothills earlier in the day. They were making toward Ice-Box Canyon. Blount, too, knew the Canyon. He had camped there the fall before. He knew that five miles beyond the mouth it widened into a grassy meadow, wat . ered by a spring, surrounded by high, rocky cliffs. At the upper end a nar row train made by game and cattle emerged, and led through a precipitous pass to the summit of the foot...

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DERWENT VALLEY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934

DERWENT VALLEY ASSOCIA TION. Lower Derwent, 5.3 (33) v. Lach-' lan,. 3.4 (22). Upper Derwent, 13.7 (85) v. Plenty, 6.15 (51).

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NEW NORFOLK v. BELLERIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934

NEW NORFOLK v. BELLERIVE. New Norfolk, to fulfil a roster en gagement under the auspices of ... the Southern District Association, jour neyed to Bellerive on Saturday, and secured a well merited victory over the local eighteen by a good margin. The afternoon was ideal for the game, knd there was a good attend ance of supporters. The nlav in the first Quarter was fairly even, the boys from the apple country being the first to open, their scoring account with a poirit/v . In the second quarter New Nor folk commenced to show the.ir su periority in all departments of the game, and established a lead, which was maintained all along the line. In the (third chapter some spectacu lar play was witnessed, but the visi tors were able to increase their lead. Interest in the final stages had vanished,- and -.at 'the final bell the scoring board read: New Norfolk, 15.14 (104); Bellerive, 7.9 (51). Best : players for the winnei*s: — G. Pye, Cannon, R. Triffett, Ryan, and H... A: 'Banner'. Belleriv...

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