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VICTORIAN OVERSEAS APPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934

VICTORIAN OVERSEAS APPLES! The Superintendent of horticulture (Mr J. M. Ward) announced this week' that 827,960 cases of fruit, comprising 642,000 cases of apples, . '/£ and 185,960 cases of pears, had been shipped from Victoria this - season. This was 141,610 cases less than the estimated quantity to April 28. The ? i decline was considered to have been due to the heat wave in March. Other exports had. included 826 cases of grapes, 32 cases of passion fruit, and 1 6216 cases of plums. The last ship ment from Victoria this season would leave about' May 30 on the , City of Canberra.

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
OVERSEAS FRUIT TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934

OVERSEAS FRUIT TRADE. The following reference, published on 10th April last, is made in ? an English fruit journal to the con ditions then prevailing on the Lon- . don fruit market. .The remark with ? regard to the quality of 'the fruit when it is placed before buyers is particularly interesting, for it coin sides exactly with what our repre sentative has stated prevails on the ayaney ana' ±irisoane markets every .season:— 'No review of the \veek in the fruit' department -would be com plete or adequate without due regard to; the larger influx of Australian material.'. Naturally,' the imported apple tendency is easier, and' South African, there are slill big quantities of American apples, the end ol which salesmen will be very glad to see, al though then many will be no less eager to see them make a fresh start. That I am sure will hardly be con tradicted, for while our Empire apples season by season are indeed making great strides, alike in quality ' , : and pack, there are certain ...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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DIETRICH COSTUMES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934

DIETRICH COSTUMES. High, wide, and handsome is the new neckline. The influence of Marlene Dietrich's costumes in Para mount's 'The Scarlet Empress' is already noticeable in fashion trends. The manner in which Travis Banton, Paramount designer, has interpreted the clothes of that exciting period, has taken the style centres by storm, and they are applying many of his designs to their current creations. The neckline influence is perhaps the most outstanding. High stiff collars which frame a beautiful face are,- re- immortalising 'little Catherine' in the fashion world.

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GOWNS DESIGNED FOR ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934

GOWNS DESIGNED FOR ACTION. There never has been a season when- clothes were so definitely de signed for freedom of movement. Heretofore nearly all designs have been created with an eye to a still ?picture effect, but this season fash ions are more subtly interpreted to aiiow ior action, wrncn win 11x1a' as much graceful co-operation from the gowns themselves as from the poise of the smart women who will wear themi One of the delightful things about the costumes I have designed for Claudette Colbert in 'Cleopatra' is the movable quality which the Egyptians stressed. Many of their draperies were held by jewelled rings which responded to the slightest stir of the figure. I feel certain that women of to-day will welcome this trend, especially for evening wear. They will love- to know that their gown is dancing the tango with them, and that the fabric and line of their costume possesses animation. . The famous barge costume which Cleopatra wore during her first meet-* ing with Antony is ...

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Fashion Forecasts PARISIAN DESIGNS CREATED Paramount Picture STARS OUTSTANDING EVENING GOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934

0* Qo/vcasts ' PARISIAN DESIGNS CREATEDja* ^Paramount (picture STARS EXCLUSIVE TO « XHE HUOiJ TIMES.' ^ 1 ij OUTSTANDING EVENING GOWN. Once again Sylvia Sidney comes into the fashion head-lines with a particularly outstanding evening gown. You can watch for {his outfit when you see Miss Sidney in Para mount's 'Thirty Day ;Princess.' The gown is made of crinkly white crepe embroidered with a flower design, in red. Red. velvet buttons down the front, with a sash of the same ma terial give a marvellous effect. The frock also features a high shirred neckline, and is offset with a shirred jacket in red velvet, using the same material as used for the buttons and sash. The whole ensemble is quite simple but nevertheless most out standing, and one that will find ad mirers in Australia. Worn Bv Sylvia Sidney $ ^Paramount Slat

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State Elections FRANKLIN. MR. C[?]W. FROST. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934

State Elections FRANKLIN. MRl FROST. Mr Frost said) that he had been honored again by being selected to carry the banner of Labor for Frank lin in the forthcoming State elec tions. During his term as the re ? presentative for Franklin in the Federal Parliament, he had worked in the interests oi the whole of the 5 people of the electorate and Tas mania generally, and could claim to have performed work which was of considerable benefit- and value to the community. By his efforts £58,000 had been distributed1 to the distressed hop growers, when he had been suc cessful in negotiating the sale of Tasmania's surplus hops through the then Federal Government, to the ap proximate value pf their amount. He*, was also responsible for the securing ? of £5000 grant from the Federal Gov ernmnt to assist the small fruit growers. He had- fought consis tently for benefits not only for the electors of Franklin, but for those of the whole of the State. He had succeeded in. keeping the Zealandia runnin...

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New Publications [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934

New Publications 'I was a Pagan,' by V. C. Kitchen (Hod'der and Stoughton.). — -The . ex traordinarily rapid expansion of the Oxford group throughout the world makes this book' of particular in terest. It is a record of personal 'conversion;- that'' of a man who might nave saia, use tne great umar: . . .... and^ ^ heard great argument' ^ , About it' arid; about;. but evermore.. , Came out by the 'same door as iri'I went. . .. , ? That is, until connection with the Oxford group: led timr to the light' of which ihe testifies;' * * 'Kingdom. Come,' by Hugh-.. Red- wood (Hodder and Stoughton.) — An- exposition of the Lord's Prayer iri] terms of purposeful evangelisiri. This book tells of the sufferings, of the very poor . in the slums of . English cities, and of the, splendid; . work of the Salvation Army. TKis author also -has been affected by the Oxford group movement. He writes in an .easy conversational manner that lu'-es one . to confidence, and his slight credulity may well be for...

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Esperance ROAD IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934

Esperance ROAD IMPROVEMENTS. A very/ great improvement -is . noticeable in the condition of.: the road from Strathblane to ' Creekton, both in the grading and' the surface. This has been a boon to southern set tlers and millers, who were previously greatly handicapped by the difficulty of carting produce and supplies along the road. MILLING ACTIVITIES. ?Mr W. Baker has just completed extensive renovations to his sawmill, having converted it from a case cut ter into a long timber mill, for which he has extensive orders. _ The forest in which this mill will be operating has riot previously been, worked. It is tapped by the Set tlement road. ... Messrs Hay Bros, are fulfilling an order for' piles f br ah extensive ad dition to the Carbide- Company's jetty at Ida Bay. Messrs J: Jager and Sons ha.ve commenced cutting again at their mill in. Grove forest. The laying of the tram line occupied four months of har.d labor, most of it having been destroyed by the summer bush fires. This bed of...

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YES, SIR! EVERY DOG. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934

YES, SIR! EVERY DOG. Every- dog has his day! At least every dog belonging ' to the MetrO Goldwyn-Mayer stars' got a break. It just so happened! that some of the players decided to bring their pets to the studio on the same day. Joan Crawford bro*ught her three Scotties. Walter Huston had his police dog nlrm'ov T?vnrir»hnf Tnno hvoiio»Vi+ V»ie Daschurid to the studio for , the first time. Benita Hume carried her English pomeranian. Una Merkel carried a baby Scotty. It was a big day in dogdom for the movie dogs.. ?

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PROBLEM COMPOSING COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934

PROBLEM COMPOSING COM PETITION. i Twelve months' free subscription wilT be awarded for the best original problem submitted by July- 21, 1934. Any problem submitted will _ be used at the discretion o.f the editor. The best six, according to 'the editor's judgment, will be published at the conclusion, and solvers will be asked to vote on them. This will be the final decision. Any number of prob lems may be submitted, so get them in1 early, and if a better one is thought, of before the closing date, gend that one too. Address entries to O. Vince, Neika.

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BRISBANE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934

BRISBANE- MAirST ' yhc Selected Agents- .Committee; Brisbane, report:— Pears: Coles -and ? Nelis, 9/ to 12/;-Giblir.3, 7/ to 10/.;^ othei-s,- 5/ t o 7/. -The. market - isk :;: /' . firm.' Apples. — Jonathans . ar.'!'- Cleos; '5/i to .7/6, a few to S/.j- CrabSj ' v : Tasmans -Pride ? and Scarlets, 5/ to ;? : .7./ ; 'Aromatics, Sturmers, :and :Dukes, % - ' . - 5/ to 6/. ? Good quality apples arc . - * wanted. ! Most large size apples are V - arriving faulty' and over-ripe.. . Messrs-J. R. Livingstone and Co.,'-.-' Fruit ^Exchange, Brisbane, report Jonathans, Zi and 23, 7/ to 8/; 2\, 5/ to, 6/ ; Geeveston 'Fannies;- 2 J, 7/-; a i 2i, 5/. - to ? -6/; Cleos, .6/; to 7/; 'i. Dukes;,v4/-to ;5/ ;: Crabs, 21 and .23;;-;:? ? 6/,-_to^7/. ;.iPears. — Very -scarce ' all ' : varieties. The ?markdt.-: 'fpr( apples very 'cfuieE^ Js'

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BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934

BOXING^ Boxing fans ai-e promised a good exhibition n§xt Friday week at Cyg net, when Peter Cowen and Gordon Grant are matched for a twelve rounds contest. Supporters of the rival boxers are about equally divided in their opinions as to the chances of the two men. Their styles are dis tinctly different, and' the probabilities are that the fight will last out the full 12 rounds. Interest will also be taken in. the three preliminary bouts between local and Hobart boys. Of the former, Martin Scanlon is a cousin to Nugget Scalon, the middle and1 heavy weight champion of Tas mania about five years ago; Ralph Gordon is a nephew of Bobby Lang don, who was reputed to be the best knuckle fighter in Australia, and also held the middle weight championship of Australia; Geo. Smith has already appeared in public in Cygnet, ai\d and an easy victory. The tournament will ? be under the management of .Graeme Ward, which is a guarantee that - the contents will be fought strictly \jnder the M.Q. rules...

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Fruit News SYDNEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934

I - ' j, Fruit News i SYDNEY MARKET. .The Selected' Agents Committee Sydney, reports: — Jonathans, 4/ ? to ? 7/6;. Delicious, 4/ to 8/; Cleos, 3/6 ' to 6/ ; Scarlets, Tasman Prides, and Geeveston Fannies, 3/ to 6/; Crabs, . ' .- , 3/ to'7/; others, 3/ -lo f- /. The de- -* ? maud- i:-- improving for larger, sizes of,§ O: dessert apples. Pears. — Coles/ 6/. to ' 10/; Nelis and Josephines, 6/ to-9/; otheis, 5/ to 8/.

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CHANGE OF PROMOTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934

CHANGE OF PROMOTERS. Owing to uncertain health Graeme Ward (promoter) has found it impos sible to carry on with the Grjmt Cowen fight at Cygnet, and uncon ditionally hands over reins -?f leadership to S,.. T, Hassett,. who. W-iU carry on w-ith arrangements as adver ted. Mi- Hassett was well known m spirting circles years ago in «u bant, and can be relied upon to make the. programme worth watching and give satisfaction to all. The fight wfll \-e broadcast by 7ZL. Peter Cowen completed five days of training in Hobart on Wednesday last, and will leave for .Hobart again on Saturday next for a further five days, returning again to Cygne.t -&n Wednesday. Cowen is leaving noth ing to 'chance in this contest, and will strip in perfect q%ndrti;Qr\. He will enter tihe ring- as a welter weight, lOst 6[l)pi or Tib. Grant will also' b$ 'within the welter-weigrht limit, 9sb lllb or 121b, making a dif ference'bf about 8-lb to 101b in- -their weights. Cowen is about two, inches taller than ...

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CENSUS OF FRUIT TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934

CENSUS OF FRUIT TREES. The State Fruit Advisory Board has taken up the task of making a census of the apple trees of Tas mania, whereby it is hoped to have a reliable _ record of the number of trees, in each variety, their ages (under 7 years, between 7 and 14 ? vears, and 15 years and. over), the yield in bushels for 1934, and the average minimum and maximum ? sizes, -Forms have been posted to truirgJ-owe^s. with the reciuest that they should be filled in and returned to the' secretary of the Board, Ho bart, before 30th June next. It is hoped that growers will respond to this request to the best of their ability, as the information, if authen tic, would be invaluable from an in dustry point' of view, especially in view of the possibility of certain _ varieties of apples being permanently debarred from- export overseas.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934

GBiAND DANCE JUDBURY PUBLIC HALL. THURSDAY, 31st MAY. : Under the auspices Judbury Hall Committee. :« Kusic by Mrs Griggs' Orchestra. - Home-made Supper provided. W. BOND, Hon. Sec. BENEFIT ENTERTAINMENT. .. . THURSDAY, 14th JUNE. ' ' In aid of MADAM AMY SHERWIN FUND. ; - FRANKLIN TOWN, HALL. Programme . by Children Franklin v State School and leading Huon Artists. ADMISSION, Is. ? DANCE~ AT CRADOC. SATURDAY, 26th MAY. Music by Ben Dillon's Orchestra. SUPPER. ' ADMISSION, 2s. Unuer the auspices R.S.S.I.L.A., Cygnet-sub-^Branch. A. V. CHAD WICK, Hon. Sec. INVESTMENTS PTY. LTD. ] fl9a Collins Street, Hobart. j Are the People who j are selling Share Tickets in TATTERS ALL'S CONSULTATION for ONE SHILLING. See. your Local Agent 8and try your luck. You may win £2000 for 1/. DAILY— | CTDA N n RESERVES . 10.30, 2.15 & 7.50 j I IxMM L J 4663 j ' j m CUVEBROOK HB' m |H ' OTTO KRUGER HHw! ife- HfUtO CARMW4AT1 -MCKK MOON , ; :a|DAI«|lgF. 2LANUCIt ^ BARRYMORE 'One Man's Journey walt DiSN...

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LONDON MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934

LONDON MARKET. Messrs II. Jones and Co. Pty. Ltd. received the following cable- message- ??? from, F. W. Moore and _ Co. Ltd./' ? ? l o-id'on, despatched on the, 16th inst. Royal ?Starr(Liverpool.)-^-Goodde-s'i', mand. Cleopatras, mostly 9/3 to''. ? - 9/6; Jonathans, 7/3 to 9/ ; 'Xlfris-&^ ^ ? tons, 9/ to 10/; Scarlets, 7/6 to 8/3 j')- ;? Duke of Clarence, 8/ to 8/9. Cortona (London.) — Dunns, '8/6/;'. to 11/3; Cleopatras, 8/ to 9/6; Stur-.y ' ' . mers, 10/6; Jonathans, 7/3 -to 8/6;-% Ribstons, 7/6 to 8/. _ C . ?; Messrs A. J. Walsh and Co. .have'i^: : ? received advice from their London brokers as follows: — Cooler weather,-' market more active this week. Cox's. 10/ to 14/; cooking varieties, 8/6 to 10/; others, mostly average 7/6 to 8/6; With larger supplies, market closed easier. Cortona pears' landing in variable condition.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934

? CANE'S SALE. T? ARTHENW ARE Casseroles, 2/3, . 2/9: Larpe Oval Casseroles; 5/11, 7/, 8/6; Sets 6 large Eartherr ware Cannisters, 2&/6. T. J. CANE &. CO. LTD.. ...

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Cricket in Ceylon. NATIVE OPINION OF JARDINE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934

Cricket in Ceylon. NATIVE OPINION OF JARDINE. One of the Tasmanlans who is ac-r companying the Australian team of cricketers now touring England, was present at the match between the tourists and Ceylonese, and was given a copy of the following letter,. woe .+ r\ liQVD Vioort mill lished in a Ceylon newspaper over the signature of Terence N. de Tyloa:— 'Ceylon has paid very dearly to learn the game of cricket, because perhaps she blindly believed in Brit ish sportsmanship and fairplay at least on the field. The delusion, thanks to the M.C.C. visit, has been once and for all dispelled. 'The M.C.C. captain, Jardine, a product of Oxford, has amply dis played the true spirit of the English gentleman of birth and breeding. One wonders if he and his team have ever heard of these now famous, lines: 'For when the one great scorer comes to write against your name, he writes not that you won or lost, but how you played the game.' From the moment he placed his foot on Ceylon soil Jardine has p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934

P. Y. LEE (REG..) CHINESE HERB SPECIALIST OF MELBOURNE, May be interviewed at .-!? ' HUON VIEW,' HUONVILLE, On TUESDAY, MAY 29th, 10 A.M. TO 8 P.M. WEDNESDAY, MAY 30lh, 10 A.M. TO 1 P.M. Pure Herbal Treatment Nature's Remedy No Drugs, No Acids, Nothing Injurious. Prescriptions which have been handed down from generation, to generation are utilised in the treatment' of- All Organic Disorders (Stomach, Kidneys, Liver,. Digestive Organs, etc.), the. Nervous System, Circulation of Blood, B?.ood Pressure, Sciatica, Neuritis, Lumbago, Rheumatism, SKirT Diseases, Catarrh, Bronchia) Asthma, etc., etc, DO NOT NEGLECT OMINOUS SYMPTOMS. EXTRACTS FROM TESTIMONIALS. 'I have received such a wonderful cure from Mr Lee's Herbs that I j have every faith in ? 'recommending anyone to go under his care.' ., ' ? - Gratefully , yours, .(Mrs) E.A.B., E.Malvern., i 'In less, than three weeks a marked improvement was, shown. After : three' months'; treatment. I was perfectly cured.' . j,, ' , ? P.E.H.', . C...

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