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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

? , * I— — igPtga—— 1— PLAZA THEA TRE NEW NORFOLK SATURDAY, DEC. 16. RAMON NOVARRO featuring in 'BEN HUR' I — ALSO— RUTH CHATTERTON and GEORGE BRENT featuring in their most brilliant masterpiece ' THE CRASH ' SENSATIONAL COMEDY DRAMA 'OUT ALL. NIGHT' Featuring SLIM ' SUMMER VILLE and ZAZU PITTS, ; will be shown at the PLAZA THEATRE, NEW NORFOLK , On SUNDAY, DEC. 17. — — —— — — ihhiihiiiiiimi mum—w ma— — n— ?— WHEN AT NEW NORFOLK Be Sure and Call at ROI UN'S MOTOR GARAGE For PETROL, OILS, TYRES, AND ALL ACCESSORIES. Competent and Efficient Service. Phone 57. Day and Night. Monster Gymkhana KENSINGTON PARK, ! NEW ' NORFOLK. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16th. 10s -Prize for Best Fancy Costume. Proceeds in aid of New Norfolk Cottage Hospital. L. A. VOIGHT, Joint Mi JILLETT, Secretaries. ? . FOR THE BEST QUALITY MEAT Procure Your Christmas Joints from J. B. BRO\yN, THE QUALITY BUTCHER, High' Street. New Norfolk. | FOR Reliable Repairs In Coach and Motor Body Work, See CANNELL'S, Charles Street, Ne...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
FRUIT SIZES. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

FRUIT SIZES. r To the Editor. Sir, — It is obvious from Mr -T.-A-. Frankcomb's. r^mairks that he is not quite au fait with sizing of 'apples.. He complains, that, the' Apple and Pear Export Council has vetoed/ the expert of Crabs larger than the 3 : inch grade. It may not be gene rally known that a 3-inch apple is an apple not less than 3 inches in dia meter, and up to 34 inches. ? Now, . I,. venture to. estate that the percent age of Crabs .of 35-inch and over grown in Tasmania / is extremely small. Nor must it be forgotten that other States 'had to bear their share of restrictions. The New South Wales Granny Smiths, which, even, with us, is a normally large apple, is also restricted to 3-inch.' /A very -hard task was, set the delegates : in.; I regard \ to these matters. : Naturally just as Mr Frankcomb .wants what suits his individual requirements best and other growers that which suits . them — so every State was re presented at the. Council :by men who were concerned most, with...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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Correspondence To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

Correspondence . To the Editor.- ! Sir, — £50 far as I am aware the ! public have not been informed of the clause in my late father's will, by which provision has been made for assistance for a hospital at Franklin. The clause, of the will to. which I refer reads; — 'Upon trust to sell the property- known as ' Bertview ' (Franklin) and the furniture, house hold: goods, and articles of per sonal use and adornment, and all the horses -and farming and1 orcharding carts and implements, ? live and dead stock, and- (a) to pay three-fourths of. the net proceeds arising there from to any public hospital which may already be established at Frank lin at' the time of the death of the survivor of Verna,. May Cuthbeit, Ethel Louise Cuthbert, and William Albert Philip Cuthbert, or if there be no pu'blic hospital established at Franklin at the date, then to pay the same to the General Hospital at Hobart. . . .' (b)' To pay one quarter of the net proceeds to fhe Tasmanian ' Institute' for the 'Blin...

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Geeveston A LUCKY ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

Geeveston A LUCKY ESCAPE. An accident which might have been attended by more serious con sequences occurred last Fi'iday even ing, when Mr J. ? Conway drove his horse and Cart down to the watering place in the Kermandie at Sharps's bridge. In. turning to climb the hill again, the wheels of the cart became locked, and the shafts snapped. For tunately Mr Conway, acting quickly, was able to save j himself from a serious fall as the cart fell back ward. Passeis-by hurried to catch the horse and assist the fallen one. , CHILD WELFARE. A meeting of the committee of the Geeveston branch; of the. Child Welfare Association was held' at the residence of Mrs L. K. Geeves last Thursday. The treasurer (Mrs H. A. Thiessen) stated. that the funds were 'very satisfactory. During the year £20 10s had been collected, and after' the clinic scales, Sister's fare, and supplies had been paid for, there would be a credit balance with which to start the next year. It was de cided ; to .hold the annual meet...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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The Talkies NEWS FROM THE PLAZA. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

The Talkies NEWS FROM THE PLAZA. ? This week's big attraction at the Plaza will be the presentation of 'Ben Hui*,' one of the most brilliant successes that the screen has enjoyed. Although it is a couple of years since this great picture of a Roman sports gathering was first shown it is still regarded as a masterpiece of photography and- film organisation. When the picture was shown at ] the Edward Theatre in Sydney it , established' a record long run. The chariot race was shown with such I startling reality that on numerous occasions audiences could not refrain from urging the rival drivers on and storms of applause were given at the finish. Other attractions for next Satur day at the Plaza are1' 'The Crash' and 'Out All Night.' The hectic days of post-war stock gambling, the spectacular crash of the the stock market, the ruin of the idle rich. who went down with it, are depicted dramatically for the first time on the screen in 'The Crash.' Starring Ruth Chatterton and with the sen...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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Hamilton Fire. HOTEL SEVERELY DAMAGED. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

Hamilton Fire. HOTEL SEVERELY DAMAGED. The West Coast Road Hotel was severely damaged by a fire which broke out ini the building on Tues day afternoon. Although the damage incurred' is estimated to be in the vicinity of £2000, people who were present during the outbreak wil- j lingly helped in preventing the flames from spreading to that por-| tion of the building which contained a dining-room, bar, and several bed rooms. The house, which is owned by Mr Harold1 Brock;' of Ouse, was an old structure, containing about thirty rooms. The fire was first noticed by Mr Warren, who, on' approaching the hotel, saw the' shingles over thfr. bath- room ablaze. Trooper /W. Burgess and the council clerk (Mr G. F. Balmer) were quickly communicated with. ' ' Willing helpers soon arrived on the scene, but owing to a strength ening wind they were set an arduous I task checking the spreading flames. When it was found impossible to I save the hotel, efforts were made to save the furniture, and articles...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

If you wish to make some tennis playing friend happy this Xmas, make a present of a Tennis Racquet. You will find the best makes - here. They're guaranteed. NETTLEFOLD'S SPORTS DEPOT, j S2 LIVERPOOL ST., HOBART. | — ? ? ~ x

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

NEW NORFOLK BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Accountant: , G. Matheson, Stephen Street. Boot Repairer:, Edwards, High Street: Boots and Shoes: L. A. Gardam, High Street. Crocker, High Street. Builders and Contractors: Rhodes and Son, Stephen Street. W. Cooper and Sons, New Norfolk' . Butchers: Thos. Andrews, High Street. . F. E. Brown, trading as J. G. Brown, junr., High Street. J. Triffitt, Tank Street. M. O. Bradshaw, High Street. F. H. Sherrin, High Street. Bakers and Pastrycooks: J. E. Fuller, High Street. S. Excell, High Street. . T. W. Balmer, baker only, Bur nett Street. C'.anfield, baker only,. Hamilton Road? Carriage Works: Cannell, Charles Street. Chemists: ... I F. P. Wilkinson, High Street. Miss L. C. Joliffe, High Street. Dentist: A. T. Shelton, Montague Street. Drapers: J. H. Lee and Sons, drapery, boots and shoes, ironmongery, fur nishings, High Street. C. S. Jillett, drapery, boots and shoes, High Street. T. A. Crooks, drapery, boots and shoes, Burnett Street. Mrs G. Cowburn, lad...

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CHURCH NOTICES. FRANKLIN— [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

CHURCH NOTICES. FRANKLIN — Methodist— Franklin, 11 and1 . 7 ; I Rev. F. A. Plumb. Castle Forbes, j . 3 (S.S.A.) ; Rev. R. F. Woods. Glen I Huon, 3; Mr K. V. Christensen. ! Braeside, 3; Mr H. W. Solomon. - Congregational — Franklin, 10; Rev. R. F. Woods. Cradoc, 3.15; , : Supply. HUONVILLE— Cygnet, 7.30; Rev. A. Cullen, P.P. 7.30 p.m.; Rev. C. O. Leigh Cook, B.A. ? I ESPERANCE — Church of England' — -Southport, , 11; Hastings, 2; Lune River, 4;' Dover, 7; Rev. S. F. L Clougher. ; .CYGNET— ' - - Catholic — Masses at Cygnet, 8.30 , and 11. Devotions, Pelverata, 3;.' Cygnet, 7.30; Rev. A. Cullen, P.P. ! Methodist — Cygnet, 3 (S.S.A.) and 7.30 (S.S.A.) ; Supply. Wattle Grove, 11; Rev. C. O. Leigh Cook. Church of England! — Cygnet, 8, 11 and 7; Lymington, 9.30; Gardners Bay, 3; Rev. C. C. Robertson. GEEVESTON — Congregational — Geeveston, 11; Mr R. Geeves. Geeveston, 7; Ship - wrights Point 3; Mr A. T. Gurr, of the Victorian Congregational 'Col lege. Cairns .Bay, 2.30; Mr A. T. Hammond. S...

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ROAD TAX COLLECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

ROAD TAX COLLECTIONS. At last Monday's meeting of the Huon Municipal Council, Cr. G. Russell asked if. taxes had been col lected for' the timber being carted along the extension of the Russell River road, in accordance with the proposal that was made when the work was put in hand by . the Public Works Department. Warden Frank comb said that so far as he was aware 110 taxes were beinp paid The council had notified the de partment that they had no means of enforcing payment of the pro posed tax. and suggested that the responsibility rested with the de partment. Apparently the depart ment had not taken- any action in the. matter, but the council could not be blamed for this.

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Huonville TOWN HALL LEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

Huonville . TOWN HALL LEASE At last Monday's meeting of the Huon Municipal Council; Cr. A;' G.. Parsons said' that as the council re presentative of the Huonville Town Hall Committee, he had to present a recommendation : that the supper room be leased to two local sporting bodies alternatively on Saturday . eveniiTgs, for . the. purpose of conr ducting socials. He did not agree with the resolution, but had to ac cept the ruling of the majority — -.the motion was carried' by 5 votes to 1 — and moved that the recommendation be adopted. His view of the mat- . ,ter was that the holding of a social, , with an orchestra playing in the. supper room would' be a distinct dis advantage to the proper presenta- ? tion of the talkies. The rent to be paid for the room was fixed- at - 25s per night. : ' Cr Hay: Well, I think the rate-; payers have a perfect right to get all they can from the rent of the hall ' , TliAro'. ic inn Hrmhf. if. WDS leased at too low a figure for the pictures. - _ Cr. Ry...

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Cygnet Council DECEMBER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

Cygnet Council DECEMBER MEETING. The monthly meeting, of the Cyg net Council was held at Cygnet on Thursday, when there were present Councillors A. Davies (Warden), E. Norris, G. Welling, W. Bell, F. P. Coad, T. Burnaby, G. C. Hornsby, W. Goidon, A. A. Welling, and the council clerk (Mr C. C. Johnstone.) CONDOLENCES. Before commencing the business of the day the Warden said it ' was his sad duty to refer to the death of Mr. Robert Harvey, \vho had been for many years past the most prominent figure in the industrial life of the district, and had taken a prominent paitin all public and social activities. The loss of such a man was a severe blow to the .township and district generally. Another sad loss by death was that of Mr Elmo Clark, of Cradoc, an orchardist of considerable ability, and a most estimable citizen in every way. His death was all the sadder by reason of the fact that it was due to an accident at his own mill. He (the Warden) moved that letters of sympathy be for warded...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

I 'WHniicrficSt i ART M ETAL I CJEIILSMCpS i INEXPENSIVE ! a30CD/i PERMANENT 1 ? ? j' / p ^-r'r ///'?' A cracked, soiled plaster ceiling can' jvl J' ..''.y.J'L J'f. J'/ //.?/' be. easily and economically replaced 'j'f' by fixing Wunderlich Art .Metal - Ceiling sheets over the existing plas //f j// c«r. No litter, dust, or damage to ? V r -1' ? f/\ interior walls or fittings will occur. S.v p A 7/ j Once erected and painted, Wunderlich xy _ j Art Metal Ceilings will seldom need ? ? ? jfi' yv j attention. They donotharbourvermin, I jf3h I ?' / V nor open up or crack. Ask any builder i.vl® ' ! ' fji' '41 1 1 j ' j j\ h' to quote you for instating Wunderlich l^' H'Tti'.il i j vl Art Metal Ceilings in old or new ' BG* ? ; homes or business premises. Write ^ for Booklet. ' WUNDERLICH LIMITED I 71 St. John Street, Launceston 137 Macquarie Street, Hobart For All ... '| FARM\ SHEDS' I - BUILDINGS ' | exterior walls j DAIRIES, &c. ? I Use ' ? | WUNDERLICH 1 OURABESTOS j (ASBESTOS CEME...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

Will forms on sale 'Huon Times' Office. 1/- each.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

TO FKUITGKOYVERS W. MUSGROVE & SON Licensed Farm Produce Agent, 8 OITY MARKETS, QUAY, STREET, SYDNEY WE SOLICIT A SHARE OF YOUR FAVOURS. AND WILL TRY TO GIVE YOU SATISFACTION. RELIABLE ADVICE FREELY GIVEN ON ALL FRUIT MATTERS ESTABLISHED 1900. SHIPPING No. 53. APPLES! APPLES! rASMANlAN GROWERS, MEET H. C. LOCKART 1 LICENSED FARM PRODUCE AGENT. SW10 will be pleased to sell your Apples on the Sydney Market at best market rates and give you prompt returns. 3y marking your Cases 238 'here will 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 °f our Clients anywhere. THE MAN WHO GETS HIGH PRICES FOR YOUR FRUIT. HERB. WILSON'S Marketing Methods Ixcel all those shown by the rest in the way of return...

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Fruit Prospects APPLE CROPS NORMAL. PEARS GENERALLY LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

Fruit Prospects APPLE CROPS NORMAL; PEARS GENERALLY LIGHT. Preliminary fruit crop estimates for the 1933-34 season have now been compiled by the Department of Agriculture, and present indications point to slightly under a normal apple crop and a pear crop ranging between 35 to 40 per cent, normal. Although orchards blossomed well I this season, and weather conditions were favorable throughout. the greater part of the spring, two shoit cold1 snaps were responsible for a certain amount of damage to pear varieties. Unusually dry conditions from September onwards were reflected by the fieedom of apple trees from black spot. Pears, however, suf fered during a spell of warm humid weather shortly after petal fall. It is noteworthy that where pears were sprayed at this stage spot is negli gible. Powdery mildew and spider are not particularly noticeable at the present time, though should the dry conditions persist, the latter pest is almost certain to increase. Considerable damage resulted f...

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King's Cup Race SELECTION OF COURSE. STRONG ARGUMENTS IN FAVOR OF THE HUON. OPPOSITION BY T.R.A. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

King's Cup Race SELECTION OF COURSE. STRONG ARGUMENTS IN FAVOR OF THE HUON. OPPOSITION BY T.R.A. At last Thursday's meeting _ of , the Franklin Rowing Club committee objection was taken to what was de scribed as unfair criticism of letters written by the president of the' club (Mr W. R. Yeates) to mainland jour nals, which sought to draw attention to the suitabliity of the Huon River course for the holding of the King's Cud Eight-oared Race next May. Mr F. Pepler said that according to a report of a recent meeting of the Tasmanian Rowing Association, published in the 'Mercury,' Mr Yeates had been accused of 'mak- ing statements that were beneath contempt,' had had been 'disloyal to Tasmania' in writing the letters re ferred to. Such criticism was keenly resented' by the people of Franklin, and members of the rowing club in particular, as it was at the request of the committee of the latter that the letters were written. In order that members could judge for them selves the merits of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

I've heard all that before W_. , nfte Qualify Spirit of Australia ..... and of the World. — ? _L_— __. . ; |M : ||M| ? ; ' ? !____; ? SJ^70^_ BEST OF GIFTS FOR XMAS, which wear for years. DIAMOND RINGS, like gold, always retain' their value. CUT CRYSTAL GLASS— nothing so beautiful. A good WRIST WATCH for a man or woman. An inseparable friend. Taylor and Sharp JEWELLERS AND OPTICIANS' DEPARTMENT, 47 Elizabeth Street, Hobart. Sole proprietors BUSHMAN WATCH WE BUILD HOUSES FOR ^ COUNTRY CLIENTS Send your enquiries, ? which will be promptly attended ' to by ? KEMP & DENNING PTY. LTD. ''NO MONOPOLY.' Timber, Brick, Joinery, Lime and Iron Merchants, 101-115 MELVILLE ST., HOBART.-' 'Phone 3051 (two lines. ? i HUONVIEW PRIVATE HOTEL, HUONVILLE. ; In the Heart of the Apple Land. . Excellent Accommodation, for Thirty Guests. Lock-up Garages. Car for. Hire; Fishing, Golf and Tennis. ? Sale Days: Dinner from 1 1.30 till 2. BARRY ROGERS, ' Proprietor. DAIRYMEN! i GET YOUR BUTTER WRAPS ?P...

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Cygnet Regatta H. C. MILLINGTON CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

Cygnet Regatta ? H, C. MILLINGTON CUP. At a meeting of the committee of the Cygnet Regatta Association, a sub-committee was appointed to draw up the conditions under which a cup presented by Mr H. C. Mil-, lington, of Hobart, should be com peted for. The sub-committee has proposed that the conditions follow l ing should be the conditions of the competition. The Cup to be known as the H. C. Millington Cup, and the contest to be spread over three years, and' the Cup to be won by the yacht belonging to the Port Cygnet Yacht Club scoring the great- : est number of points in the three ' races, 1933, 1934, 1935. Three points for a first, two for a. second, and one for ; a! third. The Cup to be held' for. a y ear-, -by the winner -for ' that year,; and'at - the end of- the : three years- it will ? become the sole property, of the boat scoring - the ' jarreafest aggregate marks in the com- ' petition. . - A Sofia -hiu?band,.\t-ired\ of tlio irr terference of his wife'srmother iand sisters, ...

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The Apple Market UNWANTED VARIETIES. MAY BE QUICKLY REPLACED. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

rThe Apple Market . UNWANTED VARIETIES^ , ? ' ; r '? ''a MAY BE QUICKLY REPLACED. ^ ? I This week Mr Frank Walker, of Launceston, paid a visit to the Huon, and in an interview with our repre sentative expressed his pleasure at the progress the district orchards' had. made during the. past 20 years. He remarked on the healthy appear ance of the trees and the well tilled land, which indicated that every rea sonable care was being taken to combat insect and fungus pests. Another pleasing feature of the Huon, he added, is the large num ber 'of beautiful flower gardens that ate. to be seen, a homestead without a showing of seasonal blooms being a rarity. Referring to the prospects of the fruit markets, apples in particular, Mr Walker said growers had ar lived at one of the milestones of the industry. He did not . for a mo ment think that conditions were going to remain bad for any great length of time. 'Changes have oc curred in every direction,' he con tinued, 'and it was not to be Ex p...

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