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Sporting Notes CRICKET ELLENDALE DEFEAT MENTAL HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

Sporting Notes CRICKET ELLENDALE DEFEAT MENTAL HOSPITAL. Ellendale secured an easy victory over Mental. , Hospital, dismissing them for 132 and 89, against their 240. Scores: — fl MENTA-L HOSPITAL. First Innings. C. Reggett, c Kent, b.S. Reid . 13' W. Cranfield.c Holmes, b D. Clarke .... .;'. .. . . . . 16 M. Ryder, c Kent, b D. Clark . -25 T. Cornish, b. A. Clarke : . . . . 17 D. Salter, run out ? 28 H Wigan, st., b C. Clarke .... '9 A. Bester, c Holmes, b R. Holmes, 5 J. McConnell,' c Holmes b A. Clarke ? '. ? 1.1 II. Coleman, c Holmes, b A. Clarke ? 8 G. Cranfield, not out .'. . . . . 0 Total ? 132; Bowling: D. Clark, 16-2-24; i-G: Clark, 16-1-20; A. Clark, 24-3-50;. R. Holmes, 8-1-4 ;S; Reid, 16-1-3.1. Second Innings. '' C. Reggett, c Churchill, ' b J. Dillon ? 7 A. Bester, b ;j. Dillon .... .. 10 M. Ryder, b J. Dillon ? 13 H. Wigan, b- A. Clark ? ? 0 D. Salter, b; B. Holmes ? 8 J. McConrie'H', b A. Clarke . . 2 J. Cornish, b B. Holmes .... 17 O. Cossom, lbw, b ,C. Kent .... 5 H...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SHIMMERING MATERIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

SHIMMERING MATERIALS. :v For those who seek to shine bril liantly in the evening hours, gowns and cloaks of rich metal cloth are recommended. Silver and gold are of unquestioned value, and have th£ authentic backing of a ready success for the dance or the opera. evening wrap for Benita Hume to wear 'in Paramount's 'Gambling Ship.' , The.- cloak is, ...made very tight in the waist, but flares from' a normal waistline to the bottom of the -gown with which she 'wears it. The popular new long and flowing sleeves are banded with six-inch sable, while a border ' of the ,. same extends from the collar, down the fiont on both sides to the hem. Shimmering gold-toned chiffon forms the lining of the coat, and ' t the actress wears with it gold brocaded pumps, and carries a tiny evening bag of gold lame of the coat. Miss Hume uses the coat with a chiffon dinner gown of gold' tone, with a pure, white satin formal, and with a stunning black velvet evening gown.

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lodge Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

Lodge Meeting The Loyal Prince Alfred Lodge, M.U., met last Tuesday, when there was an exceptionally good attend ance, augmented1 during the evening by the initiation of two new mem bers. . Included in the correspondence read was a.' letter from 'the New. Norfolk Council, referring to the. paling fence on the corner of Tank Street, and asking the Lodge to re consider the proposal of a new fence on the basis of the Lodge and Co.uncil , equally sharing the cost.. After tHe matter had been well dis cussed it was decided, oh a motion by P.G: Rollins, seconded by P':G. ?Newton, to refer the matter to !the hall: committee; Then followed the very interest ing ceremony of initiation' of two new members, W'.1 H1. Townsend and Noel Ooulson, who, having been proposed at a previous meeting,- and satisfactory met all: requirements, were-duly ballotted for and: elected. ' For the election of a financial secretary, in place of P.G. Voight, who is resigning on account of pres sure' of other busines...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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Fashion Forecasts PARISIAN DESIGNS CREATED Paramoun Picture STARS EXCLUSIVE TO "THE HUON TIMES." CHANGING PERSONALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

^jhskion^htecasts / PARISIAN DESIGNS CRBtfEDfr f paramount Qlclure STARS IJf* EXCLUSIVE TO 'jS 'THE hucm TIMES.' Nr.vv Grei! -rock fJE^iirtd by Qia.zcfoi&l&\x) s4&l£hcomtr.iq (ftiiamount(jiictu\e& CHANGING PERSONALITIES. To dye or not to dye — that's the question in Hollywood these days. l'he arch of an eyebrow, the .curve; of a lip, the addition of a bang, or. a complete change of hair color. ?Ori; these little, thing-s is a career in mo tion pictures based. A little brown-haired girl, with in\ a unity lo uuiu iae ieui& on ui uii uu will, developed into the greatest box officer flapper of her day, when 'she ' dyed her hair red. It was Clara Bow, ? the girl from Brooklyn, who re mained an innocuous ingenue with her own b:own tresses, and de veloped a flaming 'personality when she brightened her hair. The Nornta Shearer, who., played inconspicuous leads for several years, and the svelte, chic woman she represents to-day, are two en thejy differ...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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Overseas Fruit NEXT SEASON'S SHIPMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

Overseas Fruit NEXT SEASON'S SHIPMENTS. The amended allotment of space for Tasmariian '-fruit -'shippers in the overseas steamers for the comjng Season, as -published in last week's issue- of this journal,' has met with general appi-oval. Hon. Wv H. Calvert, M.L.C., who is, one of the largest shjppers in the I State, and is chairman, of the State Fruit' Advisory' Board, said1 there was no doubt that the shipping compan ies would meet the growers by mak ing available^ in , the early months sufficient' boats to convey, the ad .ditionaL. quantity, of fruit. to. its des tination. ' Tasmania's allotment was ! less than. last, season, but with the; elimination o'f plain grade fruit from! .AuEtraliah shipments, there was , no' douBt'that ?tKe'.allotnients ^decided ;on would adequitelyT meet requiremeoits. He .'sairf/'thit 'delegates Vere well sat-, sfie.4',,with :the result of the negotia tions'. '?.?',. . ? ? ? ? ? i

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

THE STRAND. For the -first time in the history of the Australian screen, Australians ?have produced a definitely musical' picture, despite the fact that the . title and the ' characterisations are : . obviously comedy. 'The Hayseeds,' 'which commences at the Strand Theatre this Saturday. ? is excellent i musical and comedy entertainment, I and some of the musical numbers ! reflect the greatest possible credit . on composer. Frank Chappell, the ? 'Hiking Song', proving itself as likely _to become a craze throughout Australia in a few months.' Through the story there is some of the best comedy ever seen in an .Australian film, a number of fine ballet num bers by the Richard White girls, and songs by Arthur Clarke, Shirley Dale, and John Moore. There is1 an excellent supporting programme, which includes those popular , come dians, Zasu Pitts and- Thelma Todd in a short comedy, a Fitzpatrick ? Travelogue, Fox Australian; and In ternational newsreels.

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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APPLES 300 YEARS AGO ORIGIN OF SOME VARIETIES. GRAFTING IS AN OLD TIME PRACTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

APPLES 300 YEARS AGO ORIGIN OF SOME VARIETIES. GRAFTING IS. AN OLD TIME PRACTICE. In the London 'Times' of Uth November last appears an article 'which gives extracts from the; Gar den Calendar, written in 1690 by John Evelyn, . probably the most re nowneu gardener oi nis time, in. which mention is made of different sorts of apples which were in culti vation at the time. The names given would be familiar to most of his readers, and he adds notes to each month saying when such and such varieties are ready for storing or for use. As he writes also about the- 'grafting of syons,' and the proper time for this - process it is clear that the production of new apples by crossing, and the naming of each as it was introduced, was going on then as it goes on now. Some of- these seventeenth-century varieties have the simplest of names, like the John apple, the Margaret annlc.'.the Andrew anDle. It seems that when a kind became well known yorij alluded to, it in an intimate way; without adding t...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
At the Theatres THE PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

At the Theatres — ♦ — THE PRINCE. ?One of the most powerful human , dramas ever to be- presented - on the , Prince of Wales Theatre screen is 'Day of Reckoning,' a picture of , 'prison families,' starring Richard ? Dix. The notable supporting, cast: scores in individual' performances, includins such well-known rilayers. as Madge Evans, Conway Tearle, Una Merkel and Stuart Erwin. Every character player was chosen to pro vide a background of men hardened by circumstance who see another man's life drawn into the turmoil. Seven air pilots of national repu tation take part in the daring and spectacular ait stunts for the War ner Bros-. picture, 'Parachute . Juniper,' starring Douglas Fair banks, jun., which is the supporting; attraction. The air stunts of these - fliers include plane chases arid para chute leaps ftom machine gun battles in the clouds, air-falling planes. The scenes were iaken at the Metropolitan Airport at Van Nuys, near Los Angeles. ,

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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Paper Making PROGRESS OF KERMANDIE EXPERIMENTSS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

Paper Making PROGRESS OF KERMANDIE EXPERIMENTSS. At a. meeting of shareholders, of Amalgamated Zinc Ltd., held-in Mel bourne last week, the chairman, Col. H. E. Cohen, rcfeiring to the pro gress of the experimental' manufac ture of -paper at;Kcrmandia, said that' although the question of the site of the industry had1' been delayed, the UA^ClllIlUllUO WU1C Otlll gUXJIg Ull.. X 11C scope of the investigations had been widened by the inclusion in the, conversations of another party which; had large concessions and repre sented: important interests. The, Tasmanian Parliament had just passed' a bill to renew theconcessions licld ?? by Amalgamated Zinc's sribr sidiary, the Tasmanian Paper Com pany. The rights, embodied in the original act had been extended, broadly, on the same lines, increas ing the period to 50 years, with pro vision' for an extension of the same length. Within the first two years the expenditure of at least £10;000 first five years there was to . be in stalled and- bro...

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Correspondence CONCRETE ROADS AND UNEMPLOYMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

Correspondence CONCRETE ROADS AND UNEM PLOYMENT. Sir,— It is in no spirit of egoism, or of cocksureness that I write on the above subject, but with a. sincere desire to be of , v service. My im ; mediate, object is to create interest, and. to have the matter considered on its merits. / J.nc muugni/ uppenuu&u m my mind' is that whereas it is only, through a revival of private entex* prise that we can hope to adequately deal with the problem of unemploy ment, this needs to get started, and that is when Government action can be made effective with the support of the community. If the Govern-, ment could employ a sufficiently large number of. men and youths on some well planned reproductive work the payment of f ulL wages to these would cause a circulation of money that would make employment for two or three times the number first em ployed. There is also the very urgent problem of the idle youth. This is niost serious, and grows moire so as time goes on, for our young men who a...

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

DAIRY EXPORTS. . In 1933 the North West Coast- ex- ported 3,067,0081b. of butter and 235,5651b. of cheese. For the season ending June 30, 1933, the output of the North West factories amounted ,to 75,940 boxes, for which the pay- ? ments to dairymen were £129,430. For the same - period the quantities graded for export overseas were: — North West Coast, 50,109 boxes; Launcseton, 29,233 boxes; and ? Ho bart, 137 boxes. ''

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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MANURIAL PROBLEMS. EXPERIMENTS ON FRUIT TREES [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 4 January 1934

MANURIAL PROBLEMS. ? « ? '?? ? EXPERIMENTS ON FRUIT TREES In recent years in England ? the problem of manuring fruit trees has been treated in detail from various angles. Bedford and Pickering carried out experiments on apple trees and gooseberry bushes at Ridg- - :— lilUll'l/ UCai VY UVUlll Ull A UGCIV^ Ula^ soil, where neither farmyard m.an' ure nor artificial fertilisers had any effect ' on the - apple trees, but re acted very favorably on the goose bex-ry bushes. On light soils the some research workers ascertained that considerable increases in yield were obtained when farmyard man ure and artificial fertilisers were applied to apple trees and fruit bushes (gooseberry, currants and raspberries). Also previous to 1920 Dyer and Shrivell carried out experi ments ori clay loam at Hadlow, which showed big increases in yield with apples, plums and fruit bushes. After 1920 the problems of the manuring of fruit trees were dealt with in laboratory, pot and field ex periments at Long Ash...

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

DAIRYMEN! GET YOUR BUTTER WRAPS PRINTED AT THE 'HUON TIMES' OFFICE.

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

!' ? ?. ? ~ ' I ?I SHAPELY & BEAUTIFUL \ LIMBS j '? ; ?.?'? ===== -? - ?;. ? i Shapely and beautiful limbs for young: and old alike. \ Madame L'Var is* introducing inter 'Australia for tHe1 first f time the new Continental Home treatment. '' \ | Every woman must hear how -easy it is to obtain a | I beautiful figure in a few weeks. .'?.?..- | | Simply send a stamped, addressed envelope to j { MADAME L'VAR J I | Box 306 D., G.P.O. Melbourne !

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

Will forms on\ rale 'TTuon Time'' Office. IV- onch. ' *

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

} FORTHCOMING SALES. . ' ssrocK. , J^ G. WEBSTER AND SONS LTD. Oatlands Cattle Sale, Friday, Jan-, uary 5. s ' ' '- '' v-; . : Huo'nville ,Sale, Monday, January r 'h / 15.. , ? . '/? - V V Nubeena Sale, Tues., Jan.';16. f, ?{- Clearing Sale, Rosegarland,* Mrs '' ' ' . - M. A. Rum's tlstate, oiwthe .-. pro- V, . / perty, /Wednesday,' January '1.7.. -. '' '? Melton _Sale,vWed.; Jan. 24'.'' ?. ? _, - V ---'.; Campania Sale, Friday, January, - ' - ? 26. \. ; , ' :; Oatlands Sale, Friday: ...February' 16. , ? ?---'.-'.. ' - ' 1 . 'PROPERTY., / Back River . Property, at'Mart^ Liverpool SStreet,-Hobart,' Tuesday, Jan. j), at.nooni. v '.'?*'''' , Thorndale, Gretna,' J at '...Mart, - . Liverpool Street, Hobart, ',- Tuesday,. January 9, at noon. , ? ' . ? ' Darlington, Colebrook,' at 'Mart,- .' Liverpool Street, Hobart; Thursday, - ? Jan. 11, at* noon. ~ ? . ' '''-', ? . ' - ?pOBERTS.AND'jCOMPANY, LTD. .' Colebroolc Sale, Monday, 'Jan. 8.- ? Bridgewatei' Sale, Tuesday, Janu- ' ' ary 9. - Firs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 11 January 1934

SHAPELY & BE A VTIFUL \ LIMBS I '' - '? - ===assss - .? i Shapely and beautiful limbs for young and old alike.- j Madame L.'Var is intro'ducing into Australia for, the first j time the new .Continental Home treatment. ; j I Every -woman must hear how easy it is to^obtain.a I I beautiful figure' in a few weeks. ' . ? ' -v /'?. = | Simply send a stamped, addressed envelope to , ? ? j I. ' MADAME L'VAR I I ^Box 306 D., G.P.O. . ? Melbourne !

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Dover OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 11 January 1934

Dover. OBITUARY. A well known and popular resi dent of Esperance, Mr Alfred Payne, passed away aftel1 a short ill ness in hospital in Hobant last week. Though he had been suffering for some time past, deceased made light of !his sufferinir. and his relatives. almost till the last, were hopeful that he was going to pull through. How ever, an attack of pneumonia which supervened on his other ailments, over-taxed his strength, and he suc cumbed last Sunday. Deceased was a master baker in Hobart, but had been living in retirement at Dover for some years past with his daugh ter, Mrs \). Hi. lung. ±iis wile pre deceased him some years ago. Sur viving members of his family are MrsC.E. King, Mrs Parcell (Mel bourne), Mr C. .S. Payne (Frank lin),, and Mr Alfred Payne (Ulver- ;. stone).: The funeral took place at the Cornelian; Bay cemetery, and was attended by a large number of 'mourners. . . TOURISTS. Since; the beginning of December the accommodation houses at Dover (Dover Hotel, St. Elmo,...

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Bush Accident YOUTH KILLED AT RAMINEA. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 11 January 1934

Bush Accident ' — ^ ? YOUTH KILLED AT RAMINEA. Another bush tragedy occurred on Tuesday afternoon last, when a young man named Haaold Joseph Hedley Home, 19 years of age, was killed while working in the bush with ?? his stenfather^ near Raminpn At about 3 p.m. on Tuesday de ceased was assisting in the felling of a green tree about 3ft. in diameter and 50ft. in length. When falling the tree struck another one, which broke in half, and one, of the limbs, about 10 inches in diameter, was huded in the direction in which de ceased was running, and struck him a' heavy blow on the back of the head. Mr Kenneth Horsey,- who was working with deceased, ran in a dif ferent direction from the falling tree. He called out to Home, whom he could not see for the thickness of the surrounding scrub, and getting no answer rushed over to where the tree had fallen, and found deceased pinned to the ground by portions of Jhe tree. Horsey called to another bushman. who was wnvtrino- in fhn vicinity of the a...

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Fruit News ENGLISH SHIPPING SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 11 January 1934

????????????????????a ??????????? ??«c*vc j Fruit News 1 ENGLISH SHIPPING SEASON. Mr D. Wuillc writes to say that in his address to the fruitgrowers at Cygnet last week he stated that the period for marketing, apples in Eng land from Australia is from the beginning of March to the end of July (not the beginning of July, as reported.)

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