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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934
Direct Shipments FROM Huon Ports. FOR SYDNEY. ' , S.S. Zealandia, Thursday, May 31. Cargo received at Port Huon until noon on Thursday, May 31st. HUDDART, PARKER LTD., Agent's FOR BRISBANE. S.S. Ngatoro, Tuesday, May 29. Cargo received at Port Cygnet and at Port Huon until 5 p.m. Monday, May 28th. HUDDART, PARKER LTD., Agents. PEOPLE'S CASH COLUMN Three lines, per insertion . ; . . Is. Each additional 'line',- 3d per inser tion. . For not less than . three months, 1/6 perinchper insertion JpOR Sale, Draught Horse, suitable for Motor Pump; any trial. 'Phone,' Cygnet 27. ' ' J^OST, in Franklin, a Black and White Kid ? Glove. Please return to Federal Hotel. Reward. rjp0 LET, Huonville School Resi dence, 4 rooms. Apply Head Teacher. ,---.. 'RANTED, by Capable Married Woman, ^General or-Day Work. Apply No. 152;-. 'Huon Times.' 'VX/INNING 'Number, 'Robertson's Boat; 198, won by C. Burgess; £7 /I A Buys a New Bicycle, at King's, 125 Elizabeth Street, Hobart/. 'Phone 3832. 'J'RIUMPH .- and ...
LOWER DERWENT v. LACHLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934
LOWER DERWENT v. LACHLAN. The contest between Lower Der went and Lachlan was a strenuous one from start to finish, and during the progress many thrills were , the order, of the day. .Lower Derwent were (the t\rsfc; to open the attack, and quickly secured the possible. From the bounce Lach lan endeavored' to equalise matters, but were unable to' penetrate the op posing team's defence 'lines. At the sound of the bell the scoring board read: Lower Derwent, 2.1; Lach lan, 0.1. ' In . the second term, careful play was indulged . in- and the quarter ended with little gains to either team.. Lower . D erwent, .3.2; Lachlan,® 1.1. . Upon resumption in the ; third quar-' ter Lachlan engineering attack after attack; with', success, and for the first HiVin : ' conn'via/1. f Vi o 1 n n rl hv n slende-r margin. Lower Derwent endeavored to out-manoeuvre the Lachlan boys, but failed. At the bell the scores were : Lachlan, . 3.4 ; Lower Derwent, 3.2... ; - ? In the final chapter each team made stron...
Esperance Council MAY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934
Esperance Council MAY MEETING. I The- monthly, meeting jf the Es pjerance Municipal Council was held at the Dover Town; Hall last 'Vv odnesday. Present: Warderiv.E.-' Burgess, and Crs.'C. Janies, Ji W. Studley, F. Ash lin, jf« W-- Rowe,. ? . J./ Harwood, H. Knight,- , W. Jackson, S. . 'Reeve, W: Killingback, E. Smith, W. Brown, H. Evans, F. Harrison, and the acting council clerk,. Mr B. Oi Plummer. ? ; . GENERAL BUSINESS. ' ; The Public Works Department no tified that owing to' the ?. limited a'mount of. funds available for /'re pairs to bridges -and jetties, it , was not possible -to repairthe Police,Point jetty, but that the- work.would.be put in hand when ' funds were available;1 that' the pispector had_ been1 instructed to have repairs effected to Hutchin's road, Cairns Bay; that the depart ment could not lend tools for the i riien employed on -.the- Dover to Cata- ] iriaran. road. . ' i , On- the motion of the Warden, it i was decided to . forward' letters of i condolence to th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934
For Top Market Prices ! Jj CONSIGN TO |i S. M. MACHADO & Co. ) PRIVATE TREATY SALESMEN 1 All U nited ^Kingdom and Continental Markets I DNIYERSAL ^20 Numkr 1 Stencils and Triplicate Advice Note Books obtainable from R. O. MATHER, Bursary House SOLE TASMANIAN REPRESENTATIVE PICK-UP PICK-UP MAKES THIS DIFFERENCE START PICK-UP . . . SMOOTH ... FULL POWER MOTOR SPIRIT VWVWA/^^ ^ STILL BUCKJriG ? « STILL SPLUTTERING ? ? STILL CHOKING INSTANT SHH1 N* I ? ? ? , — — kltl'll f II WIMIiHi'1 l!k 'I'l' li'WI I ? ? ? i 'Vili'rilff'WWWWW I For I APPLES, STONE FRUIT, I BERRY FRUIT. THere is one Ideal Fertiliser Mixture for Spring Application THE 2 ? 2 i 1 SUPER AMMONIA POTASH 4-8 lbs. PER TREE. 1 ' £ IThe 2:2:1 Mixture is obtainable from all Manure Distributors. | For a free copy of I ' THE APPLICATION OF FERTILISERS TO THE ORCHARD ATsID GARDEN,' write fo: ' j NITROGEN FERTILISi RS PTY. LTD,, 360 Collins Strict, . 5 Melbourne, C.I. £ . H7/34. ' | I BELL'S EXTRA SPECIAL WHISKY Every drop of...
Sporting Notes DRAUGHTS. (By O. VINCE.) PROBLEM No. 56. A. J. Heffner, Boston. Black: 21, 28; kings, 2, 29. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934
Sporting Notes DRAUGHTS. (By O. VINCE.) PROBLEM No. 56. A. J. Heffner, Boston. Black: 21, 28; kings, 2, 29. White: 30, 32; kings, 1, 10. White to move and win; a real gem. Solution to Problem No. 54, by . R. Lyons, Sunderland. Black: 1, 2, 6, 15, 27; kings, 18, 25. White: 11, 13, 16, 17, 19, 22, 24; king 10. v White to move and win. 11—7, 2—20, 17—14, 18—9, 10—7, 25—18, 19—10, 6—15, 13—6, 1— 10, 7— 32, 20— 37, 82— 23. W wins. Correct solutions, Patsy and W.M. HUON v. CHANNEL MATCH. Game No. 1. , i Black: Channel. White: Huon. 11—15, 22—17, 8 — 11. Huonville plays 25 — 22. ? Wood'bridge to move. ' ? Game No. 2. ? Black : Huon. White : Channel. 11—15, 22—17, 9—13. Sandfly, plays 25 — 22. Franklin- to move by 31/5/34.
UPPER DERWENT v. PLENTY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934
UPPER DERWENT v. PLENTY. I Upper Deiwen-; gained a rather easy victory over Plenty on Saturday. Nevertheless some good, dashes of play was noticed at times. As indi cated- by the result Plenty's faulty kicking was ('o a measure responsible for their defeat. The final scores we e: Upper -Denvent,;; 13:7 (85)'; Pien.y, 6:15 (51) . N. Marshall/ for Upper' Derwent, was brilliant in' all. departments. K. Hutton, F.: Carey', - M. Ryan, L. Hutton were baittlers for the winners, while the home team was best served by M. Gcard, R. Wood ford, L. Cunningham, H. Hay, and G. Tew. Bruce Geeves, , who. learned his football with the Franklin team, has this year been playing with Launces ton, and: .'.last?. Saturday 'na'me ?: :'into prominence as a forward, kicking two good goals, , and being primarily ' re sponsible: for a third.' His general play was favorably, commented . upon by keen critics, of the game. It is 'time the governing body of tho football in Tasmania took some d'. ops to have, certa...
THE GAY BANDIT OF THE BORDER A Thrilling Romance of the Mexican Border Country. (Published by Special Arrangement.) [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER LIV.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 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 LIV.— (Continued.) , For a '* time in the gloom of that granite recess he looked at them. Fear less, impulsive, doglike in their loy alty_ Each of them he had known— the 'history and hopes of each. They had faced death together, had kept back- the power of Morales. Yes, it had been a good game, and a little glow of pride and of affection for these strangely assorted men showed now in Don Bob's troubled eyes. They stood silent, helpless before the disaster -that had overtaken their leader. Uneasily they looked at one another, like dumb animals in pain. He had been their protector. He had led them in revolt. He had taught them to hope, and now he was going away to face — none dared even guess. Manuel's voice trembled. 'Must it be this, amigo? Is it not better to fight our ,way out? Come, stay with us and together, when dark...
DISTRIBUTION OF THE FRUIT GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934
DISTRIBUTION OF THE, FRUIT GRANT. Tasmanian fruitgrowers generally have not been very enthusiastic in f their thanks for the grant of £65,000 which was made available for the as sistance of those who lost money over the export- of apples overseas'; 'last' season. Although it was known last A-uutist that the ^ season , had been' the iiiu.tu uiaa»viy-uo on recoru, anu -me Federal Government, realising the porition made a grant to exporters in each of the State,- mos.t of those who are to benefit by the money have ! not yet received., their payments. There have been two main causes of complaint— the delay in paying, and the manner in -jyhich the allocations were arrived _ at. ? ^Candidates for the State elections who are at -present members of Parliament, have tieen . blamed for these shortcomings, but at last ?Thursday's meeting, at Frank lin, Sir Hwtyi Evans showed very clearly that ?whatever complaints fruitgrowers had . to make in connec tion with the grant, the State Parlia ment. ...
SLIMMING ON THE FAT OF THE LAND. QUEER FACTS ABOUT FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934
SLIMMING ON THE FAT OF THE LAND. QUEER FACTS ABOUT FOOD. When an anxious mother makes beef tea for a sick child, she gives the in valid a watery fluid and the solid mat ter to the dbg. That solid matter con tains 99 per cent, of the nourishment! A well-to-do person spends, say, six shillings on oysters in the belief that I they are exceptionally nourishing, yet the slice of brown bread and butter which he eats with them contains the higher food value. Many people believe that toast helps;, to keep them slim. Yet, weight' for weight, toast is more nourishing than bread. Others think that a soup which sets to a jelly when cold must be ex ceptionally nourishing. The truth is that gelatin is one of the few proteins which Will not support life. These( are some common, fallacies that ai'e'' corrected by Dr,,E. .Q.Dodds, F.R.C.P.,, the eminent Professor. of fiioT , chemistry^' 'writing in 'The Lancet.' The weight of the individual and the type of life he leads determinie the number of calo...
HUON BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934
HUON BOWLING CLUB. Mr W. Coleman, contractor for the construction of the Huon Bowling Club's green at * Franklin, has made' such good progress with the' work that, he was able to sow the grasses' this week and roll the ground. During the past few weeks the work has been inspected- by prominent bowlers of Launceston and Hobart, and all of them are . enthusiastic in their .com mendation . c-f . the ... manner, in which the green has been constructed, its' situation, and ?. the , prospect's, of it& providing a, first-class ' playing, sur-/ face. . The fencing has beenV: 'com-'. pleted,- and ' the construction 'of .'the', pavilion will be commenced: next week. When this is finished' mem bers of the clun- propose . to com mence clearing,^ levelling, and . plant ing the surroundings '.of-, the green with flowers and shrubs. Working bees will, be formed-, on Saturday af ternoons, commencing from the 2nd. June. The committee have still a' small number.; of -deben.tures on hand, and ...
WHAT HE CAUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934
', WHAT HE CAUGHT. - ! . . ; ' ? I When seated at his early lunch, , Beneath his household thatch,* He bragged about the mighty fish That he was going to catch. But though he wasted many hours Beside the river's foam, v Yet after all he only caught - ? The six-fifteen back home! r The parson, meeting the village in ebriate as he was leavinjg the Dun Cow Inn, lectured him on the iniquities of drink. « 'And now, John,' said he,- in conclusion, 'after all ? this, I'm sure you will coincide 'with me.' 'Most certainly, sir. You're very kind; mine's a pint of bitter.' 'I'm surprised your mother consents to your marrying John when she dis likes him so.' v 'That's just why. She wants to be his mother-in-la^v.' An artist who was ;,spending ,a; holi day in a small village entered the stores and asked if they stocked camel hair- brushes'. „'f 'No, sir; w'e don't, 'fthe shopkeeper replied; ''Y'see', . sir;'J,jU'a;, added, apolo getically, ''we never-have. no call for 'em Nobody in these parts s...
MACARONI AND SPAGHETTI DISHES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934
MACARONI AND SPAGHETTI DISHES. Both macaroni and spaghetti can be made into a number of nourishing and appetising dishes; they also make good: accompaniments to stewed meats. How to Cook Macaroni. — The great thing to remember about macaroni is that it must not be leathery. Boil for ' . at least 20 minutes in salt and! water 1 (a quart of water to a pound of macar oni),, and -then do what you like with it. .... / ._???' You can simmer in milk i lb. macar oni to 5 pint milk till the milk is ab sorbed; Add a big lump of, butter, about i lb., grated cheese; stir all up ' y~ together, and -eat hot. ' You can use stock instead of milk and butter, serving the grated cheese in a separate dish for diners to. add . at their discretion. ? Snaehetti. — Boil vour snaehetti for .5 of an. hour in salt and water. When ? it is. no . longer leathery, drain it in a colander. Then pound up 4 ripe to matoes, with 3 tablespoonfuls of stock, 1 chopped onion, 1 tablespoon ful of grated cheese, pepper and ...
Forest Concessions ALL INDUSTRIES SAFEGUARDED [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934
Forest Concessions ALL INDUSTRIES SAFEGUARDED In the annual report of the Forestry Department, which has just come to hand, the following reference is made with regard to the paper f»nnpAQQinTiQ*— 'On 7th July, 1932, the Florentine Paper Pulp Act was passed by both Houses of Parliament. It grants the timber cutting rights over an area of about 200,000 acres to Mr Thorold Fink for a period of fifty years, on conditions which safeguard the State's interests in various ways. In the first place the promoter .has de posited' a bond for £10,000, to be for feited to the 'Sbate .in . case of his failure to cany out his obligations under the Act. The Act prescribes, inter alia, the minimum developmen tal work ito be carried out within1 the first two and four year periods re-, spectively. Failure to carry out; these minimum 'requirements will also; result in forfeiture of the concession.; Again, at any time after a'period -of. 15 years, stock may be taken of the' industry's timber requirement...
EXAMINATION OF TELEPHONISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934
EXAMINATION OF TELEPHON ISTS. On the 31st inst. an examination of candidates foi positions as tele phonists will .tnke place at Huon-, ville, where forms may be obtained, on - application to the postmaster. The salaries paid . foi those appointed are : Under. 17, £69; 17 years, £81; 18/ years, £93; 19 years, £111; 20 year,, £132; 21' years, £146, and then in increments of £8 annually up to £170. Applicants must be 16 years'; of age, and -not above 19 years. ; '
LACHLAN FIRE INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934
?V .fc LACHLAN FIRE INQUIRY. Inspector 'Tomkinson, of New Nor folk, has- stated' that a coroner's in quiry into the circumstances in rela tion -to. a fire which destroyed: the s'.ore and post, office,- public hall, and a four-roomed cottage at Lachlan, about four mile's from New;.Norfo!k, on; April- 14,' would be held within the next fortnight. .
PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934
PRODUCE /MAkfcCTi ' Messrs W. T. TTiorpe Pty. Ltd. ppldj.by , auction in their. . rmart last ;Efriday:~ ^ ? ' ButteiV 1/ to 1/7 lb; cream, 6/ to 1'4/' dozen; quinces, 2/6 to 3/ case; pears, 3/6 : to '4/6 case; preserved eggs; l/;dozen; fresh eggs, '1/7- to 2/ dozen; apple's, 1/ to 2/9 'case; cab bages; 1/6 to 2/0- dozen; cauliflow ers, 9 d to 3/ dozen ; beetroot; 1/ doz. bunches; potatoes, 5/ to 6/6 bag, 2/ to 2/9 case; onions, 9d small-bag; pumpkins, 3/ to 10/ dozen; swedes, 1/9 dozen bunches; '3/9 bag; pai1- 1 snips, 1/ to 1/3 dozen bunches; car- i rots, 6/ bag, 1/9 dozen ? bunches; marrows, 2d to 2/3 dozen; beef; 21d to 7d; pork, 4 Jd. to 7Jd; mutton, 35d ! to 7d; veal, 2Jd;to 6d:. lamb. 55d to i 8d; 'fresh sausages, '4d to 4Sd; Bel gium sausage, 6d to 7d. Live poul- I try.— Ducks, 3/6 pair; hens, 3/ ,? to i 4/6 ; cockerels, 2/6 to, 5/6 ; roosters, 3/6 to 5/ ; fowls, .3/6, to 4/';; turkeys, 9/ to 12/ ; geese, G/l Dressed poul try.- — Fowls, 1/9 to 5/6 pair; ducks, 5/ to 5/6; turk...
DANCE AT CYGNET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934
DANCE AT CYGNET. j The' first of a series of fortnightly dances which are being organised by an energetic committee in order ,to raise funds for the Cygnet Regatta Association, was held in- the social hall of the Cygnet Town Hall on Tuesday evening. It took the form of a miniatnvo Koll TV,„ ? 4-: ? - V*. luuiittiuic uau. AXIC UCCUiaUUilS were very effective, consisting of' rambler roses, with rose-tinted lights: There Avas_ an excellent attendance, and the spirit of comradeship among the dancers jgives promise of a suc cessful season. Prizes were awarded as follows : — Prettiest girl at the ball (decided by ballot), Miss L. Mills; chocolate .waltz, Mr W. Harris 'arid- Miss L. Mills; Monte Carlo waltz, Mr Max Coole and Miss Jean Quayle. The next dance will be held on the 29th inst., when a fox trot competi-' tion will commence. Music was siip^ nliedi by Mr Ben Dillon's orchestral Supper by Mrs Chadwick. Mr Ivo Hodigson was manager. . '