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

FRUITGROWERS 1 ., Consign your apples and pears to y ' . COOPEit BROS. , SHIPPING NO. 45 ', 4 BRISBANE. / STENCILS AND ADVICE NOTES FREE. Tasmanian Representative — J. J. PITT AND CO. 130 COLLINS STREET, HOBART. Phone after hours, 3450. Importers of Tropical Fruits direct from Queensland plantations. FRUITGROWERS! PROMPT ATTENTION EVERY CONSIGNMENT ? ? J. ALLEN (Under management E. A1. Allen) ; . FRUIT MERCHANT AND COMMISSION AGENT ' ? 1 FRUIT EXCHANGE --------- - - BRISBANE V SHIPPING ; NO. 15 . ' . ) RESULTS Speak for themselves, and the opportunity is yours to obtain BEST PRICES by consigning your Fruit to . G. GALL, ROMA STREET, BRISBANE ESTABLISHED 1918. . SHIPPING NO. 33 Give Kim your next consignment and get Top Market, Prices. D. MARSHALL, Glenorchy, | Tasmanian Representative. SOUND ADVICE TO ORCHARDISTS ! A. E. CHAVE FRUIT EXCHANGE, TURBOT STREET, BRISBANE : LARGE OUTLET FOR; TASMANIAN FRUIT ; HIGHEST PRICES AND PROMPT RETURNS '?»./ SHIPPING NO. £ A S. BARR FRUIT , EXCHANG...

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

I UPP El? DERWENT THE WEATHER. The weather has been very un pleasant during the last week. High winds prevailed most of the time and made conditions most'itrying.-; ?' ;Some. sheds were unroofed ip the district', 'i but no.-serious damage was done. This tuiiu ujl weiiiuei is most unusual here, as we seldom have-'any wind during the autumn and early winter; months. . EMPIRE DAY. The Parents' Association of the Glenora School met last Friday after-, noon to make arrangements for the celebration of Empire Day at the' school. - It w{is 'decided'to have the usual Empire Day. demonstrations; speeches by several prominent resi dents, and songs by the children, in' the morning, arid ' to ; devote , the .af ternoon to sports- for the ^children: and. supply tea at 4 'o'clock. : - CHURCH ARMY Captain F.. W. Jameson, who has been joined by Mr S. Pearsall, of Ar midale ' (N.S.W.), a cadct * of the Church Army, - is now in the Fitz gerald-district for a few days. ' .The* next mission is to - be c...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POST OFFICE CHANGE AT HUONVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934

POST OFFICE CHANGE AT HUONVILLE. . Although it is some two or' three months since Mr G. Cresswell, post master at' Huonville, received notice that he was -to be transferred to the charge c-f the New Norfolk' qffi'ce, 'it was not until a few 'days 'ago' that h'e was notified the exact date of the change over, which will be during the oresent week-mid. T)n vino* Tiic -ofo^r rw-p I seven years' at Huonville Mr .Cress well has npt only proved a ' courteous and obliging officer, but has be.en most conscientious in the discharge of his duties, and has frequently been commended for the thoroughness of his work and the cpnduct of. the office under his charge. In addition, Mr press-well has aisp taken a very active interest in the improvement of the township. He was the originator pf the Improvement Association, and with the late Mr Hurt and Mr L. J. . Fyle, was a prime mover in securing several very desirable public utilities and advantages. ? . He will be leav ing Huonville to-morrow to ta...

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

Dover OBITUARY. Mrs John Stennings, an old and esteemed, resident of Raminea, passed away on the 1 6th inst. at, th.e - age, of 75 years,- about' fifty- of ': which'- were, spent in 'the Esperance district. Her death came as a shock to her hus band and --many- friends, as she had not been . complaining of feeling un well. 'A heart affection was the n ? ? ? J? J ? Y-\ ? ? ? 1 1 it cauats uj. ueam. jueceasea naa oeen of ail extremely generous disposition, beirig always one of the first to assist those in need. PERSONAL. Miss Jack, accountant at Mr-:B. -K. Price's business, has „ returned s jto Dover after a holiday 'and resumed duty. . - Mrs G. Hankiri, who has not been in good health for some time past, is now improving.' Mr W. Lewis is recovering from the injury which he sustained when a sledge hammer with which he was working at Raminea mill slipped and struck him on- the leg.

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Geeveston MR A. G. OGILVIE AND AGRICULTURAL BANK [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934

Geeveston MR A. G. OGILVIE AND AGRI CULTURAL BANK The leader of the Opposition (Mr A. G, Ogilvie, K.C.) held- an election meeHng in the Geeveston Town Hall on Ki-iday night. During the course of his spcech he, criticised the mar^ pgement of the Agricultural Bank. He s^id. that the Bank Board in its handling of the distribution of the Federal grant- in aid- of necesitous fruitgrowers had used unfair dis crimination. The ereatesf- advances' Mi'. Ogilvie said. -had been given to those who owed money to the bank. He : said';; also- that certain men who were not' dependent on .fruit growing for a livelihood, had received , pro portionately irre'ater grants ' than growers, in. a desperate position. 'He promised the fullest inquiry into the conduct of the bank should a Labor Government be returned to power, arid # also promised proof that the f'ffairs of the bank had been, con ducted in a most irrceuiar')ria!nneiv ?, particularly ;in regard to. the; type' of security 'upori whidh advances ...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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Douglas Credit A CHALLENGE ISSUED. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934

Douglas Credit ?: A CHALLENGE ISSUED. L.- Davies, secretary of the Doug- ? las Credit Association, replying to the ; criticism of that scheme by 'Finance' on much the same lines that another correspondent has replied, adds: — Now, just in case 'Finance' is not showing bad ' form by indulging in a hit. of fMptr-nnlHno- f nnrli / Viq ' earnest in what he writer about the Douglas Social Gredit proposals, then I challenge him or her . to divulge ? ' - their identity and come out into the open. The Claremont branch of the Douglas Social Credit Association I challenges 'Finance' to debate in- ^ public any part, or the whole, of ' - Major Douglas's Social Credit pro- - posals. I say Douglas's proposals, not 'Finance's' Social Credit pro posals. The debate to be between 'Finance' and one of our members, or^more on each side, if 'Finance' '' can' produce any supporters. The debate to be! within 25 miles of Clare- I mont, and we will pay the cost of hire - *' i of hall. ' If 'Finance' will no...

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Cygnet ST. MARK'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934

Cygnet ST. MARK'S CHURCH. The annual meeting of the parish ioners of St. Mark's Church of 'Eng land \yas ? held in the parish hall at, Cygnet on Tuesday evening. The' rector (the Rev, C. C. Robertson) presided. The attendance was poor. The Rector reported, on' the work done in the parish dl^'ipg the year; and read the churchwardens' report and balance-sheet, which were adopted. Mr A. A. Wolfe was re appointed rcetor's warden. There being no nominations for, people's wardens, the offices .were declared vacant. A further meeting will be' necessary at an early date to fill the vacancies. Mr J. B. Rogers was appointed lay lepreseiuiiiive to synou. The patronage of the parish, which for the last six years has been vested in the Patronage Board, was, on the motion of Mr C. C. Johnston, vested in the bishop.

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Paper Pulp SUITABILITY OF TASMANIAN WOOD. to be extensively tested in Canada. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934

Paper Pulp SUITABILITY OF TASMANIAN WOOD. TO feE EXTENSIVELY TESTfeti' in Canada. The next few months will see the conclusion of the Experimental work that has been going on, at Kerman die, more or less continuously for the past six years, to prove, whether it will be possible to manufacture' newsprint from Tasmanian eucalypis. The work has grot to the stase that it can be definitely stated that Tas manian hardwood can be converted' into newsprint, but it has yet to bfe determined' whether , the,, ptpcess can be carried out as economically as with spruce and' other soft, woods. To determine this, Mr L. R. Benjamin,, technical adviser to 'the company, has started- for British Columbia to super vise sorile tests on 2000 tons of Tas manian timber for conversion into newsprint, and to secure an inde p&ndeht and authoritative report on the results. In the meantime all work in the Tasmanian experimental works will cease. Before leaving Tasmania for Canada last week, Mr Benjamin sa...

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

It needs Lord Byron's brilliant peri, His clever, brainy head, ? To tell us how and why and when Some people are , not dead But; since he's gone we'll tell the way How eood health to assure, An^i colds and hacking coughs allay, Takn Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. ? ? - Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For Influenza Colds. , ; cane's ~ sale7~ QLEVER Mary, 7d; Floor Wax, 2: tins,, lljd; Cake Containers. 3 r-lcts., 5.1dt;. Brass Polish, 6d; Handled Floor Mops, 1/3; Liquid Veneer, 2/6. now 1/11. T. J. CANE & CO. LTD.

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Packing Classes Y.M.C.A. OCCUPATIONAL SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 24 May 1934

Packing Classes ? ? Y.M.C.A. OCCUPATIONAL -?.Y SCHOOL. ? ; :D^ export season a series of classes in packing instruc tion have been held- by the Depart ment of , Agriculture in conjunction with ', the. ' Y.M.C.A.. occupational scheme for yoiiths leaiving^school.' Mr M. G Large, Field Packing In structor. has had charge of. the boys uit: puuuu, ana speaKS wen ui their keenness and . interest in the work, several of them with necessary practice should develop into ' first class fruit packers. , , At the conclusion of the .classes the Chief Horticulturist,' Mr P. H. Thomas, attended; and addressed those present' on the need of special ised work in this dire'etion*, as in the near futuve the bulk of the fruit ex ported will be handleff at the central packing sheds, and efficient shed man a gers. will be required to . supervise the work'. At the final tests several of the boys acquitted themselves very creditably, and will be eligible for certificates. Thanks a^e due to Messrs E. R. Cotti...

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JUNIOR MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 31 May 1934

JUNIOR MATCH. The best junior match of the sea son was played at Franklin last Sat urday, between the local and Cygnet teams. The standard' of play was not only an improvement on previous performances, but the game was characterised by the fine spirit in which the rivals behaved towards one another. A contributing factor to this very desirable result was the splendid umpiring of Burton, who exhibited a better knowledge of the game and the duties of an umpire than most of the senior umpires have done this season. The result of the match was a draw — 49 points each. Cygnet, 6.13; Franklin, 7.7.

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NEXT SATURDAYS TEAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 31 May 1934

NEXT SATURDAYS TEAMS. Cygnet Seniors. — P. Wills (capt.), V. Johnston, Cradock, Henley, Har ris, Strang, Wilson, Glanville, Halton, E. Johnston, Chantler, C. C. Wills, Wedd, Fleming, Knight, Miller, Wat son, Brereton; 19th man, W. Wil son; emergency, T. Worsley. . Cygnet Juniors. — P. Herlihy, Tame, Devereaux, Sheehan, Bone, Keax-ney, Welsh, Henley, Sharp, Kube Worsley, Grimsey, Batchelor, Coad, Fitzpatrick, Long; 19th man, Direen; emergency, Bridges. HUON v. THE LEAGUE. The first match of the season be tween the Huon and the League will be played at Franklin on the 16th prox. 1

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MUONVILLE d. KERMANDIE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 31 May 1934

HUONVILLE d. KERMANDIE. Another ideal day welcomed foot ballers at Geeveston last Saturday, when Huonville met Kermandie. Huonville were without Upchurch, while the locals were weakened by the loss of Eyles, Knight, Greatbatch, Rodd1 and Tuckei-. Cole, for Huon ville, won the toss and decided to take adv&ntaee of a slisrht breeze bv kick ing towards' Scott's Road. The visi tors immediately commenced to at tack, and with Davis and Burrows dominating the ruck, they were able to give Cole several chances to goal, two of which he took full advantage of. Goggins at last cleared, and i Evans transferring to the other end a point was scored. Clever play by.j Smart again put the Huonville for wards in action, and1 Davis goaled. Huonville, by nice open football, kept up a continuous offensive, and only bad kicking by their forwards kept the score down. Kermandie's only goal came from Geeves just before the bell for quarter time, with the scores: Huonville, 4.2; Kermandie, 1.4. Kerman...

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FRANKLIN d. CYGNET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 31 May 1934

FRANKLIN d. CYGNET. With two absentees and two semi cripples Franklin were not too con fident in their match against Cygnet last Saturday, and the game subse quently proved that at their full strength there would have been very little between the two teams, all other conditions being equal. Cygnet more than held their own ior the greater part of the game, but two very unfortunate accidents deprived them , of the services of two of their best players, 'Fairy' Knight and Geo. Fleming, before half-time, and under the circumstances they were beaten by 29 points. Cygnet have had more than their share of mis fortune this season, and there does not appear to be much prospect of a change now being of sufficient benefit as to enable them to secure a place in the semi-finals. This is cei'tainly discouraging after the fine games the team put up in the first two rounds. Cygnet Club, however, has been noted in the past for staging recoveries, and it is not by any means unlikely that they will re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 31 May 1934

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure j For Influenza Colds.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 31 May 1934

\ Return Season /\ V BY / \ PUBLIC DEMAND! / \ Commencing / ? SATURDAY NEXT / Never in the history | of the screen has j a picture shown to ; such wild enthusi- I asm as accorded S this masterpiece of I the Australian i i Studios. -? ??V' ' f' Thousands were | unable to gain | admission at the Strand to see this Masterpiece. j * [?] A cinesound pro duction, with a cast of international stars headed by JOHN LONGDEN. On same pro gramme, semicol oured cartoon, JACK AND THE BEANSTALK Plus Cinesound varieties with all Australia's leading artists. A- Reserve Your Seat / —RING 3713 — \ j / HIS \ / MAJESTY'S \ FRANKLIN PICTURES RE-OPENING NIGHT. SATURDAY, 2nd JUNE, 1934. 'The Squatter's Daughter' 'Jewels of the Pacific' -\nd Other Features. R. PERRY, Manager. CRADOC PUBLIC HALL. EUCHRE & DANCE SATURDAY, 2nd JUNE. Music by Mrs Griggs' Orchestra./ Supper and' Excellent Floor. Novelty Dances. ADMISSION, 1/6. BENEFIT ENTERTAINMENT. ? THURSDAY, 14th JUNE. In aid of MADAM AMY SHERWIN FUND...

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Cygnet IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 31 May 1934

Cygnet . ? '.-I -v ' ? ?. ' ', IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY. * The annual procession of the Blessed Sacrament was held in the grounds of St. James' Roman Catho lic Church at Cygnet on: Sunday af ternoon. The weather was fine but dull. The grounds were decorated with bunting, tree ferns and green ery, and the line of route with ai-ches bearing appropriate texts and in scriptions. In the evening special masses were celebrated, the early mass by Father R. Dando, and the second mass by Father A. Cullen (priest in charge of the parish). There were 400 communicants. The procession in the afternoon was impressive, between 700 and 800 persons taking part. The Blessed Sacrament was carried by His Grace Archbishop Hayden, who walked under a canopy borne by Messrs Arthur Davies, Norman Fitzpatrick, Frank P. Coad, and John P. O'Reilly. The priests present were Fathers L. Sherry, R. Dando, W. A. Fitzpat rick, and Arthur Cullen. Benedic tions of the Blessed Sacrament were given on temporary altars erected...

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Football HUON ASSOCIATION. PREMIERSHIP POINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 31 May 1934

Football HUON ASSOCIATION. . PREMIERSHIP POINTS. P. W. L. D.Pts. Kermandie .. . . 6 4 2 0 16 Huonville. .. .. 6 4 2 0 16 Franklin . .. ..6 4 2 0 16 Cygnet .. .... 6 0 6 0 0

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Glen Huon SUCCESSFUL DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 31 May 1934

Glen Huon , SUCCESSFUL DANCE. Y A very enjoyable evening was spent, by . a large gathering of resi dents from all -parts of the Huon at the monthly dance, in aid' of the Glen Huon State: School Parents' Associa tion, held on May 23rd, in the Public Hall.' An excellent, floor, home supper, and music supplied by Mrs Griggs' 'orchestra, all helped to make ?the evening pass very enjoyably. The association will continue the dances throughout the winter months. EMPIRE DAY. ? -Empire Day was celebrated at the school on Thursday morning. Dr. Allester attended and gave an address to the children. In the evening a bonfire and' crackers amused a large number of children and others at the back of the school on Brown's hill. Buns and lollies were passed round to each child. PERSONAL. ?Residents of the district extend i their sincere sympathy to Mr Gus. ! Brown and his family in the death of i Mr Brown's father, who .passed! I peacefully away after a long illness I at : his' residence, . Liverpoo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 31 May 1934

NEW HUON THEATRE PRESENTS a HOLIDAY PROGRAMME of OUTSTANDING MERIT THIS SATURDAY The Year's Film Sensation : 'RASPUTIN s2 EMPRESS' With DIANA WYNYARD and JOHN, ETHEL and LIONEL BARRYMORE. The Last Days of the Czar of Russia and his Family. MONDAY (King's Birthday) - CECIL KELLEWAY in Australia's first musical pro duction, 'HAYSEEDS' With John Moore and Shirley Dale.

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