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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

TO FRUITGROWERS W. MUSGROVE & SON Licensed Farm Produce Agent, 8 CITY MARKETS, QUAY STREET, SYDNEY WE SOLICIT A SHARE OF YOUR FAVOURS. AND WILL TRY TO GIVE YOU SATISFACTION. i ? RELIABLE ADVICE FREELY GIVEN ON ALL FRUIT MATTERS ESTABLISHED 1900. SHIPPING No. S3. APPLES! APPLES! TASMANIAN GROWERS, MEET H. C. LOCKART LICENSED FARM PRODUCE AGENT. Who will be pleased to sell your Apples on the Sydney Market at best market rates and give you prompt returns. By marking your Cases 238 tnere wiN be no need to worry. You will be sure of having done the right thing. H. C. LOCKART, CITY FRUIT MARKETS, SYDNEY GUARANTEED BY FIDELITY BOND OF £1000. THE GROWERS' FRIEND. H. J. GREENTREE WHO PAYS THE RIGHT PRICE FROM THE OPENING TO THE CLOSE OF THE SEASON. FRUTT MERCHANT, MUNICIPAL MARKETS, SYDNEY. 228 SHIPPING NO. 228 References: Any of our Clients anywhere. THE MAN WHO GETS HIGH PRICES FOR YOUR FRUIT. HERB. WILSON'S Marketing Methods Excel all those shown by the rest in the way of returns,...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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Fruitgrowers' Losses DISTRIBUTION OF RELIEF GRANT. MR H. G. COLOMBIE'S SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

Fruitgrowers' Losses DISTRIBUTION OF RELIEF GRANT. MR H. G. COLOMBIE'S SCHEME. Mr H. G. Colombie, of Melbourne, has suggested the following scheme by' which the Federal grant of £125,000 for the relief of fruit growers who lost money as the re sult of shipping fruit to the over seas markets last season should be allotted: — . _ Eliminate overseas .operators of p.i.f. salpR and .rcrnnTnnt.ppd arfvnnpes. Growers claiming, compensation to lodge all accounts of fruit sold- in Australia for export or sent on guar anteed advances, togethei' with all account sales of fruit consigned to Europe, whether 'a loss was made or nqt..v;';:- ?;;'.;)f; 'V-. .-.} ? ? ??- i' .{? !..- (It is essential in this case that all accounts be lodged.) Base a c.i.f. average value a case for consigned fruit (which may be varied - for special varieties) . , Ascertain the difference between this and' the net value realised over seas. ' . . ?'. . For fruit sent under guaranteed advance, only take into account the d...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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Castle Forbes METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

Castle Forbes : METHODIST CHURCH. A special New Year's Eve service held on Sunday last was very suc cessful. Fiiends from Wattle Grove and Shipwrights Point attended, and a large congregation listened to an appropriate address from the Rev. b. A. iMuniD. special music, ar ranged by Mrs J. S. Griggs, was given, and 'solos by Mrs J. S. Griggs, Messis Hammond and Thompson, and* a quartette, contributed largely to the atmosphere of the service. Appreciation was expressed on be half of Castle Forbes Bay of the help given by those who took part in the service. '

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GERMAN FRUIT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

GERMAN FRUIT MARKET. Writing recently to their agents in Tasmania; Messrs _T. Boss-Walker Pty. Ltd., in reference to the. ap proaching shipping season, The In ternationale FruchtImportGesell strong preference shown by German buyers for the apples received from Western Australia, South Australia, and! New Zealand, mainly on ac count of the higher average quality and the predominance of the larger grades, 2*-inch to 3-inch, and they recommend Tasmanian growers, if they wish to gain similar popularity in the German market, to confine themselves to these sizes in the case of. the main varieties, with the ex ception of Jonathans, which are ac ceptable down to, but not below, 21-inch, and should on no account be shipped larger than 21-inch. ^- The International FruchtImportGesell schaft also emphasise the desirability of totally eliminating 'plain' grade ; apples from shipments destined for ! the German market, and they further remind1 Tasmanian growers, for their '? guidance in making th...

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HUON CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

HUON CRICKET ASSOCIATION. Delegates of the Huon Cricket Association will meet at the Huon yille Town Hall next Monday even ing to discuss several matters in connection' with the season's com ' petition, including a pronosal to play another round of matches.

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QUEENSLAND APPLE CROP. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

QUEENSLAND APPLE CROP. ^ The Stanthorpe district (Queens land) is comparatively a new com petitor in the apple trade. Last At year it exported 20,000 cases over- ^^ seas, and a larger quantity is ex- *& pected to go forward this coming *H season. The 1934 crop is esti mated at about 220,000 cases, and these will be marketed between the end of January and May next. The *' varieties grown are principally Granny Smith/Jonathans, and Dunns.

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OLD TIMERS' MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

OLD TIMERS' MATCH. The annual match among old time Huon players took place at Huon ville last Tuesday. The weather conditions were perfect, and there was an. exceptionally large gathering of 'old timers.' The match was the ouwi ujl Lite aeiits, aim iu i» laum remarkable that the two captains, Messrs C. Coleman and J. Price, took part in the first game and nearly, all the succeeding- ones. The former is 85 years of age, and the latter 81. Coleman's team won by the narrow margin of five i-uns. The individual score limit, 'was fixed at 10 runs,, and, as in the previous matches, no player could be given out until he scored at. least one run. ; Some idea of the enthusiasm of the players to take part in- the game may be formed from the fact that one of- them, who is not hr the best of health, desired to reserve as much of his strength as possible for bat ting, went to the crease in a motor car. ?'' ? No bowling^ analyses were kept, but the batting scores were: — C. Coleman's teaml-^.' Col...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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Fruit News N.S.W. FRUIT CROP. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

Fruit News I N.S.W. FRUIT CROP. A f oi ecast of the New South Wales fruit crop for the coming sea son indicates that Granny Smiths A and Gravensteins will produce a £ good average yield; Jonathans, light 'J&. and patchy, averaging 65 per cent. ; 'hy. Democrats and other varieties are ~K light to very light. Of the pears, \&': Winter Coles will yield a good crop; f'; Packhams, a good medium crop; s' Beurre Bosc, Nelis and Josephines, £.? arc light. ' Jpv

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

fJAVE YOU SEEN OUR FLY-PROOF DOORS? In several patterns, size 6ft. lOin. x ?'2ft. lOin.; also 6ft. 8in. x 2ft. 8in., complete with spring hinges, from 15/ each. HARRIS & MARSH PTY. LTD. THE IMPERIAL ALTERATION IN TARIFF. In addition to . the usual Table D'Hota. Prices, Breakfast and Special Three-Course' Luncheons and Din ners will be obtainable- at 2/- each. M. D. FLEXMORE, Manageress.

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NEW HUON [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

NEW HUON New Huon patrons will welcome the return of those popular stars, Janet Gaynor and Charles Farrell, who return- in their latest produc tion 'Delicious,' in which also ap peal's that popular little Swedish comedian El Brendel. The story concerns a little Scotch .girl -(Janet Gaynor) who is on her way to America to join her .uncle. On board she meets a Larry Beaumont (Chas. Farrell), who is being puisued by Diana, a society beauty, who is travelling with her mother. Until Larry mets Heather (the Scotch Rirl). he thinks himself in love with Diana. Heather joins a Russian vau deville troupe upon arrival in America, and Larry brings Diana to a cafe, where they are performing. He recognises her, and goes to her dressing room to talk to her, when Diana interrupts. There ;. is a splendid climax to the story, in which the two stars play their part to perfection,, being ably supported by Virginia Cherrill;. and Raul. Roulien. who play the parts of Diana and Sascha, leader of the Russi...

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Cricket HUON v. CENTRAL. AN EXCITING FINISH. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

Cricket . HUON v. CENTRAL. AN EXCITING FINISH. An enjoyable and exciting finish was played at Franklin last Saturday between teams representing the Huon and Central Associations. The latter batted first, making 90 runs in the hour and threequarters before lunch for the loss of one wicket. Continuing their innings runs came steadily till the tea adjournment, when the score was 224 for the loss of seven wickets. The captain (L. Barwick) ? then closed. The Huon team opened with G. Hansen and N. Johnston, and both ; . attacked the bowling vigorously, the ~ first 50 being made in 20 minutes. \ With four down, for 118, Keith Jolly and W. Darcy became associated, and both gave a delightful exhibition of batting, putting on 97 runs. They both lost their wickets . in forcing ? the scoring. Seven wickets were down, and ten minutes to go, when B. Watson went in. He made 14 in five minutes, and the match was there won by the Huon by 5 runs. Scores: — CENTRAL ASSOCIATION. A. Brown, b Coad .. ......

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Geeveston PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

Geeveston PERSONAL. The Misses Madge Nicholson arid Sheila Guesdon (Hobart) arc visit ing Mr and Mrs H. Coulson. - . .' Miss Thelma Marsh and her fiance,' Mr S. Gane, have' been visiting Longford as the guests of Mr H. Eyles. Mr and Mrs Arnott Gray are the guests of Mr and . Mis Richard Geeves. Mrs G. D. Bennett has accom panied Mr and Mrs L. 0. Stubs on a motor trip to the West Coast. Miss Helen Burgess is visiting friends at New Norfolk. Miss Leila Schmidt (Grove); was. the guest of Mr and Mrs Neil Geeves for the New Year week-end. Mr and- Mrs W. Britcliffe have Mr Britcliffe's sister and brother-in-law, Mr and Mrs Harris, as their guests. Sister L. Bennett (Royal Prince Alfred Hospital,. Sydney) is 'visiting' relatives iiv the township. .Mr and Mrs. J. S. Cook and family have been spending New Year with MrsCook's parents, Mr and Mrs W. Bennett. Messrs' J. Watchorn and H. Shoo bridgc have returned to Geeveston after spending ten days' holiday with . their parents at Bushy Park.

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SUPPORT YOUR OWN TOWN. A PLEA FOR LOCAL TRADING. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

SUPPORT YOUR OWN TOWN. A PLEA FOR LOCAL TRADING. To the Editor. Sir, — Following the remarks in a recent issue of the 'Huon and Der went Times,' I wish to draw the at tention of Huon business people generally to the steady drift of coun try trade' to the city'. This is natu rally brought about by the speeded up communication oi country trans port service to Hobart,- and the extra inducements offered country shoppers by the city shops, and pro bably helped by the lack of effort on the country storekeeper's part _ by not trying to hold this extra business by -more competitive prices, making their shops more attractive, and failing to point out to customers the advantages gained by dealing locally. 'As1 regards price competition, I think, after weighing the advantages and disadvantages of both country and city stores, and considering the overhead expenses of both, the ad vantages lay with the country store keeper, and they should be able to compete successfully, as regards prices, with...

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THE REGATTAS COOL, FAVOURABLE WEATHER KEEN RACING IN ALL AQUATIC EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

THE REGATTAS COOL, FAVOURABLE WEATHER KEEN RACING IN ALL AQUATIC EVENTS The .-nnual southern regattas have again come and gone, nhd once more these popular gatherings have been favored with de lightful weather. Although the attendance at Cygnet on Saturday ' was not up to that of previous years, the racing. was of a very high standard, and with large entries in every division. At Shipwrights on Monday the weather was cool, but otherwise delightfully favor able for rowing in the morning and sailing in the afternoon, all the events being got off under excellent conditions, j.fpr' both : the com petitors and the public. The receipts for the side shows nhd gate showed a slight increase over those of last year..' CYGNET. Following the two Cup days, which both proved, most successful, the Cygnet regatta on Saturday was fav ired with a moderate S.S.W. breeze, whiefi was strong enough to com pletely fill the full area of sail , on the A .Class yachts, and yet did not cause (lie smaller craf...

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Correspondence. ALLOCATION OF SPACE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

Correspondence. ALLOCATION OF SPACE. To the Editor. Sir, — Thanks to the enterprise of Messrs Clements and Marshall, we seem assured of a fortnightly ser vice' with the Tamar and Brisbane. This is a step in the rignt direction, ?and1 1 trust all producers will realise the great benefit .; they will derive from this new means of outlet for their pi oduce. It was pleasing to see that the Master Warden gave the shipping agents his .assurance that there would be no trouble about berthing accommodation during the apple season, and with two ports there should be no trouble. I would suggest, however, that early in Jan uary all growers who then have their oversea allotments decided on, give an approximate number of cases they will be shipping interstate to Messrs Clements and Marshall, and so as to prevent glutting the market at any time, let them allot the space to each grower similar to the allot ment overseas, and, further, if it were left in one or two agents' hands to sell in Sydney an...

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THE CUP RACES. WEENE AGAIN SUCCESSFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

THE CUP RACES. WEENE AGAIN SUCCESSFUL. On Friday the.Ayeather was per fect for .the sailing of the Cup race! and . the,' Restricted Cup. A steady south-easterly breeze : enabled the ? events to be got' off in splendid' style, and a large : crowd of .fol lowers of ;.the ip.oit- keenly watched; tlie tactics of 'trie various competi- ' tors. Weene 'followed ; up her vie- . lory at Dover :;by another brilliant; win, having only, 15sec;. to spare' when the time allowances were ad^' justed..' , .?;?.. :;?',. .:-,; '?;? ;.:?;. -_ ,'?'. j .Mayfly led almost , f rorii ' the start-; of the Dinghy Cup; iace, and crossed , the line 20sec. ahead of. the second boat, : Thistle, t '.'^-a''.' ''! ? The following ,-veriE the results :- — . CUP RACE. '? - '?? :. ':' :':?*' v:' '?''???..??? h.m.s. ? W.eene . . ? . . t' . .;; zero 4.36.16 Vanity ..;?:'. :. .':;. ''. :i 4V36.25 Sireen . ; . . V ; . .; . 5J 4:39.38 Eula '.'?'.- v: :';:. . . 26 :; 4.39.12 Grayling- ':...'. ;f ;.v ' 4' 4:41.13 Elfin '??' ....

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Personal [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

Personal Mr and Mrs W. E. Lord, formerly of Rochdale, England, celebrated the 50th anniversary of their wed ding at their residence 'Spring Cot tage,' Huonville. Married, in the Methodist Church, Rochdale, on. 3rd Jariuaiy 1884, Mr arid Mrs Lord left their native country in 1895, and took up orcharding at 'Kaatora/ Petcheys Bay, where they remainec until August of last year. Mr Lord then decided to live in retirement at Hunoville, the orchard being managed by his son, Mr K. Lord. A number of handsome gifts marked the happy occasion of the golden wedding, including a corigratulatoi'y message from Sir John Evans.

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HUON REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

HUON REGATTA. .'.??? Early mornjng conditions on Mon day did not give much, encourage ?ment for a successful day. at Ship wrights Point. Rain fell at inter vals, : and the sky,., especially, in. the south-west, was very threatening. However, as tne time came rouna for intending patrons to make a start for this popular rendezvous, the sky wore a more pleasing aspect, and by 9 o'clock there; was a procession of cars alortg all the roads leading to the lluon Association's reserve. No mo;e striking testimony to the hold that the New- Year!s Day. regatta has in popular favor, . could be given than the enormous attendance pre sent at last Monday's 83rd annual regatta at . Shipwrights Point. Much prominence has been given to the difficult financial .position of the fruitgrowers: of the Hiion, but for this day at least all thought of trouble was banished, and the' people joined heaitily in celebrating their day. The gate receipts were about £5 more than for last year, and 'the ground rents ...

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New Radio SMALL FIVE VALVE SET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

New Radio SMALL FIVE VALVE SET. The Astor Mickey Mouse Radio in troduces many unique features en tirely new to Australia, and was planned to increase the oppoitu nilcs for radio enjoyment. The aim of the designers was to produce a f.T* ? if. I ? n ? i.i « ' ? x-ivi; v.twvi; ou|Ji;iiieLeiuuyiie 'lecclVci that would . have sensitivity an'd se lectivity at least equal to any other high-class Five Valve Supei'hetero tlync Console or Table model now obtainable, and which would give 100 ? per cent. ? efjicinet reception without the necessity for attaching aerial and' earth wires. At the same time the object was to so re duce size and -weight that the com plete receiver could be easily car ried about. To achieve these dual objects of light weight and small size; it was necessary' to re-design every part used in the construction of the usual type of radio receiver. The outstanding efficiency of the Astor Mickey Mouse receiver is only made possible by the use of types of valves specially dev...

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GRASS GRUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

GRASS GRUBS. A plague oi. grass grubs has ap peared in all parts of the State, and much havoc is being wrought by the insects. Pastures have been quite bared of every blade of grass, and in places vegetables are being at tacked. At one place in the north a plot of 15 acres of potatoes that promised to. yield at least 40 tons to the acre, has been eaten to the ground. Farmers are having'a par ticularly trying tinie in providing fodder for their animals. Ap ?arently no relief from the damage eing caused by the pest can be looked for until a heavy rain occurs.

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