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Castle Forbes SCHOOL ACTIVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 21 December 1933
Castle Forbes SCHOOL ACTIVITIES. Visitors' day was held at the school on Friday afternoon, when a large number of visitors availed themselves of the opportunity of in specting a large and varied display of school work. Afternoon tea was. served by the senior girls. PICNIC. . In spite of the unpleasant weather the annual picnic was held in Mr A. Nicholas' paddock, races and games being indulged1 in. A sumptuous tea was served at the hall by the ladies of the Parents' Association. Father Christmas arrived and dis tributed toys. A tin of sweets donated by Miss Coad was dis tributed. A very successful picnic dance ended the day. SCHOOL CONCERT. On Tuesday night, before a packed house, the scholars presented their annual concert. The programme consisted fo choir items in unison, part songs, dialogues, drill, vocal items, kindergarten dances, and eurythmics. The lighting effects were arranged by Mr J. Hopkins. Great credit is due to Mrs J. S. Griggs for her valuable assistance in training...
B GRADE. CRADOC v. WATTLE GROVE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 21 December 1933
B GRADE. CRADOC v. WATTLE GROVE. '' An unusual incident marked the close of the match between Cradoc and Wattle Grove last Saturday, former batted first, and made 232. - Wattle Grove were 6 runs short of the Cradoc total when the umpire at the bowler's end called 'Last Over.' The second ball of this over bowled W. Oakford. The captain of the Cradoc team then claimed a win as time would expire before the two minutes allowed for the next bats man to take his place. The Wattle Grove captain, however, held that the _ over should be-' finished, irres pective of the time, and sent Conlan in, who hit a six, making the scores level. He was then bowled, and J, Jackson, who followed, was also bowled. T. Norris was the next batsman, and' he neatly snicked the 'last;'ball of the over in the slips for four. Both teams claim the victory, and the Cradoc Club have referred the matter on a protest to the Huon Association for a ruling. Scores: — CRADOC. S. Townsend, run out . . ., .. 22 T. Stack, c R...
Sporting Notes CYGNET SPORTS CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 21 December 1933
Sporting Notes CYGNET SPORTS CLUB At' a meeting of the Cygnet Sports Club last Wednesday, presided over by Mr A. V; Cross, the secretary said the entries for most of the events were very satisfactory, but for the double-handed sawing and majden shop events the nominations did not come up to expectations. A vnt.P . nf f.Hn tits was nnsspHi fn Messrs A. G. Ogilvie, M.H.A., Rob erts and1 Co., Huon Transport Co., E. Pixley, E. Norris, C. McDermot, T. Med'demmen, J. Gleeson, J. Fisher R. J. Thorp, A. R. Flood, J. Mundy, and F. Adams for donations to the j club. Further work has been done to the trotting track making it almost per fect for the coming meeting. Mr P. Williams' tender was ac cepted for the chopping and sawing blocks from swamp gum at 1/9 and 2/- each.
A GRADE. GROVE v. HUONVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 21 December 1933
A GRADE. GROVE v. HUONVILLE. :Huonville batted first in the one day match at Grove, and at time had lost seven wickets for 202. Ray Roberts and 'Nip' Salter provided sparkling cricket, scoring 60 and' 35 not out in breezy style, when runs were needed. Tom Harriss and his son Athol, bore the brunt of the at tack, and both bowled well. - - G. Hansen and V. Oakley opened for Grove, and put on 141 before Oakley was caught off Salter for a well made 67. Runs came steadily, - ..and wickets fell steadily, G. Hansen being bowled by Gough for a splen did 81, when trying to hit the ball - : vc. cut: ..of the ground. When Don Geeves went to the wickets neai'ly 40 runs were needed, with less than 25 minutes to play, and excitement was high. He immediately jumped in to the bowling, and three 6's and three 4's in a score of 39 not out, made the winning hit when there were about two overs to be bowled. 'Nip' Salter and W. Gough were Huonville's best bowlers, and kept .up a good attack. . : HUONVIL...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 21 December 1933
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 21 December 1933
METHODIST CHURCH, FRANKLIN. CHRISTMAS CONCERT In the Church ori SUNDAY next , t (24th), ; y. At 8.30. p.m., after Service. .HOBART AND LOCAL ARTISTS. Collection for Babies' , Home, South j : Yarra. * ' I BRAESIDE GRAND DANCE. ? ,rv ? BOXING NIGHT. THE DANCE OP THE YEAR. Novelty^'. Chocolate and Streamer Waltzes. Ric; ?Goulson?s .Bohemian Orchestra. Good ' Supper. Admission/ i/6. B. C. ANDREWS, Organiser. OLD TIME CRICKETERS. .ANNUAL RE-UNION. QHRISTMAS Greetings and New ? Year good wishes are extended to Old-time Huon' Cricketers, and I all are cordially, invited to take part in fthe1 Annual Re-uniori and Match, which' will tage place at Huonville on Tuesday 2nd January, 1934. All who have through the exigen cies of time- been compelled to give up .competition cricket are urged to retairi'-their interest in the grand old game-,: by participating in this meet ing, : renewing friendships and gain ing new ones. - ' D E RYAN, ? ... ? Franklin. HUON CRICKET ASSOCIATION. SPEOIAL MEETING O...
HUON ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 21 December 1933
HUON ASSOCIATION. A meeting of the delegates of the Huon Cricket Association will be held at Huonville on Monday, 8th January, 1934, to consider a pro posal by the Huonville Club to play another round; to re-arrange the conditions regarding batting and 1 ? r. uirwuiig avcxagcoi tu ucai vvtwi protest lodged by the Cradoc Club with regard to the match played against Wattle Grove on 16th De cember; and any other business that may be dealt with at a meeting of the committee. ESPERANCE v KENNEDY'S XI. The return match between an Es nerance district eleven selected by Mr B. H. Bradshaw (association sec retary) and Mr W. H. Kennedy's colt's team, will be played at Dover on Thursday, December 28th (an all-day fixture), play starting at 10.30 a.m. Cars leave post office, Franklin, at 9 a.m. Esperance XI.: W. W. Seabrook, W. Jackson, P. R. Upcher, J. Watts, I R. Butterworth, D. Curran, M. |Martyn, C. McCoy, E. Powers, G. Clark, C. Doyle; reserves, A. Rise ley and H. Withrington. ? Kennedy's C...
Black Currants NOTICE TO GROWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 21 December 1933
Black Currants NOTICE TO GROWERS. The Small Fruits Advisory Com mittee have again made arrange ments fox* the shipping of black cui rants to Melbourne and for distribu tion as far as possible on the Vic toi-ian railways as in pi-evious years. To safeguard glutting the mai1 ket and to maintain a fair pi'ice, gx'owers are asked in their own in tererests to consign their fruit through one channel. All growers in New Norfolk and district are re quested' to get into touch with Mr W. H. Morgan, of the Derwent Val-I ley Fx-uitgrowers' Co-op. Cq. Ltd., New Norfolk, and' advise him at once of the quantities they propose to I to ship, procure the brands required, I and obtain all the necessary infoi'ipa- ! tion. i A better- price than last year is anticipated, owing to a better de mand for the fruit generally. The i dump case only, which must be properly seasoned, is to be used this season, and the inside measurements are 18in. x 7 l-16in. x 4Jin., made of the same thickness material as apple...
M.U.I.O.O.F. LOYAL FRANKLIN LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 21 December 1933
M.U.I.O.O.F. ! LOYAL FRANKLIN LODGE. The half-yearly meeting of the Loyal Franklin Lodge, M.U., I.O.O.F., was held at the lodge room on Tuesday -last, when the report and balance-sheot were presented, and disclosed a very creditable posi tion, especially, considering the dif ficulties that many of the members have had, to contend with during the past lew months,' owing to the col lapse of the fruit markets. Al though over £90 was paid away in sick allowances, . besides other ex penses, the deficiency on the half y ear's transaction only amounted to £17 6s 2d. .. The lodge was visited by the fol lowing district officers :— Prov. G.M., Bro. D. Z. Bonnitcha; Pro. D.G.M., Bros; C; Hudson; P.C.S., Bro. G. D. Williams; I.P.P.G.M., Bro. L. Cham pion, and representatives from the Southern Star, Raglan, Derwent, Pride of Devonshire, and' Rose of Tasmania Lodges. The district officers and other visitors were welcomed by the N.G., Bro. H. G. Hay, and several of the latter replied. _ A . Purple...
Cygnet Regatta [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 21 December 1933
Gygnet Regatta A meeting of the committee of the Cygnet Regatta Association was held on Tuesday evening, Dr. Wade presiding . over: a good attendance. Before the ' business- was com menced Dr. Wade referred to the recent death of Mr Robt. Harvey, alluding to the many years that . Mr Harvey had been a liberal and en thusiastic supporter of the associa^ tioii, and also to the fact that' Mr Harvey's death was the second severe blow the .association' had re ceived during recent weeks by death, the previous on being Mr A. Coble. ' He moved ? that a letter of sympathy g® from the association to Mrs Harvev and family. Seconded by Mr II. McDonald and carried. The conditions for the; competi tion -for the H. C. Millington ? Gup was submitted by the subcommittee and adopted. : 1 Only one tender for the liquor booth on the ground on regatta day was received, this from Mr S. Turn bull, the licensee of the Huon Hotel. .The tender was for £5, with an offer of an additional. £2 10s, conditional on...
Esperance Council DECEMBER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 21 December 1933
Esperance Council] DECEMBER MEETING. . J . ? The monthly meeting of the - Es perance Municipal Council was held at the council chambers, Geeveston, yesterday. Present: Warden E. Burgess, Crs. J. W? Studley, B. O. Plummei-, W. Killingback, S. Reeyes, I W. Jackson, H. Knight, J. Harwood, I H. Evans, J. W. Rowe, ; F. Ashlin, | C. James, and1 the council clerk, Mr a TT' ? n««:« * ; . I t\. ? xj..xyuvia« ? /*' i ? G. N. Stihvell asked- that a light should be placed7 on the Flights Bay jetty. The .Denvent Valley Paper Co. P-tiy. Ltd. notified -that they would accept the charge of 6d per bale for the : storage of paper pulp on the Port Huon. wharf. .. Cr. Plummer stated since the council . deputation ..'unsuccessfully appealed : ;--to f ' the Hobart Marine ?Board to dredge the bar., in the vicinity of the' Southport ' wharf, the steamer -had called four times, and twice it grounded. ' -INFECTIOUS DISEASE. The Infectious Dieases Hospital notified that in accordance with the agreement made w...
THE WEATHER [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 21 December 1933
-THE WEATHER The weather- bureau . reports that some showeis again fell generally over Tasmania during last week - and another soaking rain was received in districts within about 20 miles or so of Hobart on Wednesday night. The spell of mild to sultry weather which has been experienced since the begin ning of the month was broken by a cool change which set in on Thursday arid intensified by Saturday when sdine snow fell on the western high lands and -hail on paits of the west arid north-east. Extreme tempera tures for the week at Hobart were 80.1 deg'. on 10th and 45.1 deg. on 16th; ( extremes for other parts of the State were 82 (leg. , at Launceston on :11th and 33 deg. at Miena on 16th. Rainfall at southern stations was 'as follows: Hobart 131 points, Springs 177, Franklin 23, Hythe 91, Cape Br uny 66.'
Berry Fruits GROWERS URGED TO ORGANISE MEETING AT NEW NORFOLK [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 21 December 1933
Berry Fruits GROWERS URGED TOi 0RG!ANISE* MEETINGS AT . NEW NORFOLK'! ' ?????? - ,'?? . ? ?-? ????? - ' I The was a well attended and re- ; ' presentative meeting of fruitgrowers' at the Library Hall, New Norfolk, to , ' - meet Mr A. R. Townsend, . O.B.E., 1 and to hear his address on the Fruit. Industries Sugar Concessions Com mittee, of which his is chairman. I Mr E. D. Harrison presided, and on the platform were Messrs P.. A.! Feil' (the berry growers' renresenta- ! ? , tive on the committee); A. T. Crouch; (Hon, Sec. Small Fruits Advisory ' Committee) and Mr B en j afield (Con troller of Customs, Hobart). j ¥The chairman briefly introduced Mr Townsend, who described the! origin of 'his committee, and the con-' djtions for a few years prior to its formation. He also remarked on the sturdy- pioneering spirit and work of the fruitgrowers of Tasmania, which he was sure would be appre ciated by future generations. j ..Mr Townsend said that by 1925 it's v£as found that there was serio...
THE TROUBLESOME APPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 21 December 1933
THE1 TROUBLESOME APPLE. Speaking at a\; meeting of . the 50,000 League av . Launceston on Monday, - Mi- ' A.- ,E; Bull 'said the apple has* been a, source of .trouble from the beginning; and is likely ; to cause ? the Commonwealth Govern ment /quite a lot of trouble in the future. ? : The pi oblejn - of transport ing .6,000, -)00 cases of appljes over seas was a 's,eribiis;;o.rie, .he said. -He paid- 'a. warm tribute-to the fruit growers' for 'the. great part they bad ?played, in (Australia's-' development. They had- ;£howh\ tremendous pluck. 'When things seem at. their end,' he continued, 'they just, grit.- their teeth and 'keep on carrying on.' ? If you want to buy something ask for it through the wanted', column ,o| the ;,'-'Hu 6nv=' Times. You 'will get quite a Ibt .of. 'offers, from which you can make a selection.
Uncle Benny's Letter [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 21 December 1933
Uncle Bennv's Letter j ? t ? ? | Dear Nieces and Nephews, — j . By the time you are reading' the ? Page .this, week it will be nearly i Christmas time, and I suppose you are all terribly excited about it. It j would be. interesting to know what you all hope Father Christmas will put in your stocking, I' am fairly j sure that lots and lots- of the- girls i will wish for dolls, and- perhaps the ; boys . will be looking, forward, to! possessing boats or trains, ' or per- - haps some are even wishing for a bicycle. I have a photo of one. of the Pageites on his bicycle. Any- , how, I hope you will not forget to : write and tell us all about the great time you have, and all your presents'. After Christmas there is going to j be a slight alteration in the . Page. ' I want you to address your letters to. Kingston, instead of Box 373. Uncle ( Benny, Post Office, Kingston, will find jne quite all right, so don't for-' get and send them to Hobart. You will have noticed that we have ?changed th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 21 December 1933
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