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British Fruit Market CAPACITY TO SELL APPLES. LONDON SALESMAN'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

British Fruit Market! . CAPACITY TO SELL APPLES. LONDON SALESMAN'S VIEWS. 1 On Friday last.^at the invitation of Warden A. Davies, a number of fruitgrowers attended the Cygnet Town Hall to meet Mr D. Wuille, of the firm Dan Wuille and Co. Ltd.', Covent Garden Maikets, London, to hear that gentleman's views on the marketing ot Tasmanian apples m Britain, and to consider suggestions for the improvement of the con ditions. Warden Da vies presided, and .in introducing Mr , Wuille, said he hap pened, to be on a visit to Tasmania, and expressed his willingness to ad dress apple and pear shippeis on the matter of supplying these fruits to the British markets. Mr Wuille, who was given a hcartjy reception, said that the system of selling fruit at Covent Garden was for the wholesalers to sell to ' the market man,' who in turn sells to the retailers. He did not think it would be possible for the wholesalers to deal direct with' the retailers, as the latter depended on the market man to secure ...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

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

JTOR Sale, well:bred White Leghorn Hens and Pullets. .4O.,head; also three male birds.' This, is an op ,portunity'tb.:se'cui;e. really good prolific stock frornujmported strains.. H. Wigston, New Norfolk:

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

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

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

I ?' 1 I Roberts & Co*! I ' L/TD. I I AUCTIONEERS & COMMISSION AGENTS, I | HOBART T. 1. 3016 (3 lines) | I SOLE AGENTS — Celebrated ' LION ' J I Brand Orchard Sprays; LIGHTNING Fruit | I Graders ; MASSEY HARRIS . Farm and | I Orchard Implements; 'Harola' Lime Sill- | I phur and ' Harbas ' Prepared Red Oil also in I I . StOCk. ?'- -?.-. : ? -v; ,,:.::.,, | I DISTRIBUTORS- Electrolytic Zinc Co'sV I |. 'LIGHTNING' Fertilisers. I I Full stocks of all Orchard requisites, including | .| wrapping paper, case nails, strawboards, case | I material, etc., at lowest quotations, always | | in stock. . I I Enquiries Invited | LIGHTNING SUPERPHOSPHATE is a reliable aid to production.' It is the EXTRA BUSHEL per acre of yield, . or the EXTRA STOCK carried per acre, that makes all the difference in NET PROFIT for the year. The value of results achieved by LIGHTNING SUPERPHOSPHATE exceeds the cost. - '-^StS*' ? ? - - ? ; Manufactured by ' _; ELECTROLYTIC ZING GO. OF AUS. LTD. WORKS, ...

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DERWENT VALLEY Social, Sporting, Industrial (By Special Correspondents) Bushy Park SHOW AND SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

DERWENT VALLEY Social, Spotting, Industrial (By Special Correspondents) Bushy Park — — — ?» — SHOW AND SPORTS. Notwithstanding the somewhat threatening weather aspect early on New Year's morning, there was quite a good attendance at the Bushy Park Show, and as the day advanced those who ran the risk j were justified, for it ultimately de veloped) into a pleasant day, arid things 'went -with a swihe. The Show was opened by the Gov ernor, Sir Ernest Clark, who with Lady Clark, visited, it after having lunched at. 'Forest Lodge,' the resi dence of Mr and Mrs R. O. Shoo bridge,. accompanied by Miss Mc Donald, and attended by Commander R. W. O. Beatty, A.D.C. Sir Ei nest, in the course of his remarks, after being introduced by Mr L. M. Shoobridge, complimented the committee on the results of their efforts, and took the opportunity to wish the residents of Bushy Park, a prosperous and happy New Year. He thanked them for their kindly wel come, and declared the Show open, cheers being given...

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

NEW NORFOLK Subscribers to the ' Huon & Derwent Times ' May obtain copies from R. NEWTON NEWS AGENT, HIGH STREET, NEW NORFOLK, PRICE: 2d PER COPY. At Noon on Fridays. WHEN TOURING THE DERWENT VALLEY ROLLINS MOTOR GARAGE PETROL, OILS, TYRES, AND ALL ACCESSORIES. ^ Phone 57, Day and Night. NEW NORFOLK. ]S7 EDWARDS, ? New NorfS * FOR FIRST-CLASS BOOT REPAIRS. J. -*/ O'BRIEN FOR EVERYTHING YOU REQUIRE. Baker, Grocer, Draper, etc. HIGH STREET, NEW NORFOLK. Phone 67. ? AGRICULTURAL BUREAU. RESULTS OF CULTURAL ..'',... EXPERIMENTS. A COMBINED Meeting of the New Norfolk and Magra branches wiJf be held- in the Parish Hall, at New Norfolk, on THURSDAY, 11th January, at 8 p.m., to meet Mr P. H. Tlhomas, who will explain the new Apple Export Regulations for the coming season, and discuss the re sults of the experimental work car ried out last season, and other mat ters pertaining to the export of fruit overseas. The annual subscription to the Bureau is only 5's. Additional mem bers are ...

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

FREE. Money isn't needed to enjoy a flower ing tree; The beauty of the landscape for every ? man is free. And . who beholds a ; garden, though merely passing by, v Has a right to share it splendor, which A man may tramp the woodlands as if they were his own. About the joys of Nature no gruesome walls are thrown; And. if he's fond of dreaming where fretful cares' are- lost, A river bank awaits him at very little cost. Some money's necessary— of that there is no doubt — A man must pay for foodstuffs to. keep his body stout; But lasting joys are gratis. Who turns his eyes to see The glory of the sunrise .will 'not: be charged a fee. Good books, there are for' reading, good friends there are for play, Earth offers countless pleasures for which we need not pay. With very little money, despite the pain and strife, - A man can grow in wisdom and lead a happy life. ? . -

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RETURNED SOLDIERS' REUNION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

RETURNED SOLDIERS' RE UNION. The annual re-union of members of the Huon branch R.S.S.I.L.A. will take place next Saturday. There will be a new feature in the func tion this year, as a cricket match will be played on the Huonville re creation ground in the afternoon, commencing at 2 o'clock, between teams picked by the president and secretary (Messrs G. C. Frankcomb and A. D. Tynan, respectively). The annual meeting will be held at 6.30 p.m., and the dinner will com mence at the Picnic Hotel an hour ater. It is requested that all mem bers of the branch will make every effort to be present on this oc casion, and that those returned men who have not yet joined up, will do so without any further delay, as there are ever growing needs for the organisation to be thoroughly repre-' sentative of the great body of men who took part in the 1914-1918 World War. The Huon branch has done some particularly fine work, for which it has received the grate ful thanks of the beneficiaries, but for obv...

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THE CHIEF, PROBLEM!. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

THE CHIEF, . PROBLEM ! ; ' The little man was just leaving the doctor, whom he had consulted. 'Take this prescription to any chem ist when you feel the pain,' said the doctor, 'and get it made up— then take it 'after your next meal. Thank, you. That'll be ten shillings, please!' ien sniiungsi ? groanea me pa tient. 'You've told me where to get the medicine— now you'd better' tell nie where I'm toget the 'next meal' you mentioned ! ' : Dr. Swagger and Miss Simple were at dinner. ' 'So you write poems, doctor?' she said. * - 'A little, just to. kill time,' was the reply. 'Why,' asked the lady, 'have you no patients?' - ' He had been trying to . secure the attention of a'waitress for twenty minutes, but at last got ?'up1 '??from, his chair and,, going to the desk, demand ed to see the manager. 'What for?' asked the girl. 'I've got a complaint,;' he implied. 'Complaint!' retorted the girl, haughtily. 'This is ar cafe, not, a hos pital.' . .

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REGULATION OF AUSTRALIAN EXPORT OF APPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

REGULATION OF AUSTRALIAN EXPORT OF APPLES. At the November meeting -of the Kent Executive of the National Farmers' Union (England), ' con sideration was given to the effects on the home-grown apple industiy this year through the heavy importations and the irregular marketing of im norts of armies. TVip. pnmniit.t-.pp adopted the following resolution for submission to Kent members of.Par liament: — 'That .the chaos and gen eral depreciation created in the apple industry in Great Britain dur ing. 1933, through the ?indiscriminate placing on the markets of large quantities, of apples imported chiefly from Australia, New Zealand. Tas mania, Canada and U.S.A;, is indica tive that s.ome regulation of . these imports- is imperative, and that in the view of this committee, if a voluntajy scheme of regulation is found impossible of achievement, then the imposition of a suitable tariff ?oil' such imports is essential in the interests of home producers.'

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THE HAUNTED FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

THE HAUNTED FARM. A queer thing happened on my last hiking holiday.' I was walking over the hills all day, and came down about tea-time to a lonely little farmhouse, thinking I would ask for a drink. It was the usual whitewashed and thatch p.ri crtttnero finite ordinary looking, hut there was no smoke coming out of the chimney. The garden was running wild, and the place had a vaguely de pressing appearance. Still, I was very thirsty, so I went in at the open gate. As- 1 walked up to the door I heard two loud voices inside: a man and a \ woman were quarrelling. The actual ^+ wnti/io wai-a nnf /lief in P'T1iaVtaTilc* Vint 'X- the rise and fall of two angry voices, his gruff and furious, hers a very un pleasant, whining tone. The effect + was so horrid that I hesitated outside for a minute— and then turned and ran. As I went I heard a dog howling. On second thoughts I felt rather ashamed of my flight; perhaps the in trusion of a stranger might have stop ped the quarrel. Out of curiosit...

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A WILL THAT MADE HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

A WILL THAT MADE HISTORY. On July 21, 1797, died Peter Thelus son. Whilst doing nothing famous in his lifetime, after his death, he created a terrific outcry in England by reason of his strange will. ? He directed that £600,000 of his fortune was to be held in trust and the interest allowed to accumulate un til his sons and grandsons were all dead, the fortune then to be given to his eldest great-grandson. At the low est reckoning it was estimated that the fortune would amount to £19,000,000. The family tested the validity of the will, but the House of Lords upheld it. The fear of a kindred happening caus ed^Parliament to' pass a Bill making it illegal for bequests to accumulate for more than twenty years. i The last barrier to inheritance died in 1856, and the House of Lords decid ed that Charles S. Thelusson. was the heir because he' was the grandson of Thelusson's eldest son. It seems very ironical that after le gal expenses were paid little more than the original sum . was inher...

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Boy Scouts THE ANNUAL CORROBOREE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

Boy Scouts . THE ANNUAL CORROBOREE. ' (By Sec. Huon Bay Association.) ? The corrbboree is1 over. The Huon,' Scouts -didi well. ?? They sent a laiger .propdrtion ? of boys than v any other ' district. . The 'Ranelagh, group was' singled out 'for special praise by the \ Chief Commissioner,' for effort and achievement. , Wednesday noon ? saw, us stream inf?-~ out of' vaihvav, carriages at^dif ferent points. . The dayr 'was - very waini, and qur'packs sobn-felt like lead as ,we'trampe*d over the , dry parched hills. We could not see our destination, and the right'* direction could only be followed^ by , given compass '.'bearings.'/) About- sundown, we all. met' at 'Green/Lagoons';; above Tonbridge. Alas' ,they' were salt, but water had been- stored in- drums for us — it tasted of petrol, b'ut%'' that didn't matter. ' ' ? . , ' . ? Thursday morning we-.set off with a light heart, but th'e .going -'was rougher, and. '.the' 'boulder-covered hills very steep*. '--It was,, 'a -very weary and...

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

Coming Events Jan. 6 — Annual R.S.I.L.A. Re-uriion and Dinner, 'Huonview,' Huon ville. Jan. 6- — Dance, Braeside Hall, 1/; Supper extra. Jan. 11 — Dance, Braeside Hall, 1/; ? Supper extra. ? , MEETINGS. ' Jan. 8 — Franklin Bowling Club., Jan. 8 — Huon Municipal Council. Jan. 8 — Huon Cricket Association, Delegates, at Huonville. Jan. 17 — Esperance Municipal Coun cil, at Southport. THE Huon & Derwent Times THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1934.

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Sad Fatality LITTLE BOY DROWNED [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

Sad Fatality LITTLE iBOY1 DROWNED..' ? 'A sad' accident -occurred ' last Fri day afternoon, when a boy 8' years of age, Wm. Wilcox,'son of Mr Wm. J. T. -Wilcox, of ', Glen Huon road, Huonville, was , drowned ,-through falling in the river from jthe . upper Huonville jetty. . , ' , Tim 'hrt-ir Viorj KooTI fi«KinO- 'nfP * fhft J.|lb tJ\JJ *lfc*VA WVV**. *»..**. »»^ v.» »--.- jetty with his bi other - Keith ' and another boy named Bernard Dance. He picked up a fish and told' his com panions that, he was going to give it to his cat, and apparently tripped near the edge of the jetty and fell into the water, which was about six feet deep. Bernard' Dance told Keith Wilcox to throw a rope out to his brother while he ran into the house and told Mrs. Wilcox about the accident. When Mrs Wilcox arrived on the jetty the boy was 'still 'float- ing, but sank before he could be rescued.' Mr Wilcox arrived shortly afterwards and succeeded. in raising the body of the child from the fiver, and D. E. M...

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POULTRY IN THE ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

POULTRY IN THE ORCHARD. It is often a matter for surprise that a farmer does not utilise his orchard for the young birds, for this would give; them ideal conditions, whether the land was cultivated be tween the trees in the approved modern style or left overgrown. It must be remembered that although it takes a fairly high fence to confine young pullets in a bare run sur rounded by grass, where there is 'every inducement to get out, this does not apply to nn orchard of even only moderate dimensions, for there the attraction is all the other way. There will quite possibly be a few precocious birds which imagine that 'distant fields are always green,' and they may take an opportunity to fly over a low fence, but these are usually reconciled to, staying within their set boundaries after a trial, especially if j-there is fairly long grass near the fence.

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THE GAY BANDIT OF THE BORDER A Thrilling Romance of the Mexican Border Country. (Published by Special Arrangement.)[ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] SYNOPSIS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

THE GAY BANDIT OF THE BORDER A Thrilling Romance of the Mexican Border Country. t By TOM GILL. (Published by Special Arrangement.) [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] SYNOPSIS. ?In the Mexican desert, near the bor der, a, masked rider, his gun still warm^ hides in the sheltering bush as the Cavalry ride past. They stop beside the prostrate figure of a man. 'L'opez!' they exclaim, and a shiver runs through the group. A jeering laugh bursts down from above, and gazing up they see the masked rider outlined against the sky. Across the border, tall and handsome Ted Rad cliffe arrives at Verdi Junction. He is met by an attractive girl who drives him to the home of his friend, Bob Harkness. She leaves without giving her name. While waiting for Bob, Ted goes' riding. He rescues a boy being beaten by two Mexicans in Paco Mor . ' ales' employ. They threaten him with 'Later Ted goes to dinner at Major Blount's, of the U.S. Army, and is cor dially received by Mrs. Blount. CHAPTER IV. ? 'You're being awfully...

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