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Fashion Forecasts PARISIAN DESIGNS CREATED for Paramount Picture STARS NEW COSTUME JEWELLERY SETS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 11 January 1934

^p2shk)tf^tecasts ' PARISIAN DESIGNS CREAJEDfc '{paramount (picture STARS EXCLUSIVE 'TO 'THE HUOiJ TlKlES.' cm c^coticA/eqiiqee ? . [M keovtrnkcJl In/ (hvuScttc CeMt U a who appcays in jJeimmom it-- ? * cJcrrch Jinaer' NEW 'COSTUME JEWELLERY SETS. , 'The newest costume jewellery is guaranteed to .bring out all the bar barism in your blood, to make a gipsy out of the most stolid or solid. The stuff is huge, noisy, and the best people will clank this year as never before,' says Travis Banton, Paramount s head fashion designer. 'The out-size gold stuff will make ,.? your eyes pop out — big ball and chain necklaces, big ball earrings, and bracelets that resemble hand cuffs. Brooches are wide enough to stretch across three to four inches, and the newest sports jewellery of toys, wood and bamboo, will either make or break you and your cash supply. 'Huge buckles that look' like front yard cgates,\will 'hold the belt 'of your sports, frocks— huge ' matching but tons will keep the wide lapel...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Huon Assessments FAULTY ROLL ENTRIES. LEAD TO MISUNDERSTANDING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 11 January 1934

Huon Assessments FAULTY ROLL ENTRIES. LEAD TO MISUNDERSTANDING. 'The trouble that occurred a'1 few weeks ago when Mr S. Mclntosh, of Franklin, applied for an adjustment of the rates on; his properties, so that the amount 'of his contribution towards'' 'the' water- scheme could be defined, was again referred' to .at. the meeting of the Huon Council last TVTrmrisiv wVian +ha ?fnlln-win'o' lpf.fdv was: received from Mr Mclntosh':— 'In regard to the assessment oi my property, I wrote to the Decem ber meeting of the council, asking Cr. Griggs to prove his statement re my assessments. Evidently he ? did this to your satisfaction, but riot to mine. There was a motion, carried that I be' informed that since 1930'. the roll only shows the item 'orchard and land' assessed to me, which I claim is incorrect, because % I have rolls here which show (a) orchard and' land1 ,(b) -house and .-land, under one acre. There are the 1921 1925 and 1927 rolls. . As my annual value has. not decreased- 'since...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
NEW NOTES IN MILLINERY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 11 January 1934

?? NEW NOTES IN MILLINERY. Hats rise to new heights for the new season. 'Not in a top-heavy, manner, but through a clever man ipulation of the material. ?;,', ? Ann Dvorak, being featured; with Maurice Chevalier in 'The Way To Love.' his new Paramount nicturei has selected an interesting ?: new model of this type. The actress calls it her 'double decker,' and frankly, that's what it looks like. It really is a simple turban of black velvet, but in place of a normal crown as one might expect, the crown rises from all sides to a high point, four inches from the_ top of the head. And the point is topped with a startling bow of black and white striped taffeta. With the hat. and a smart black crepe dress, Miss Dvorak wears striking gloves of the taffeta in the same striped material, while a bow of the stripes is placed, like a butterfly, on the right shoulder of the1 gown. Berets, with a high backline and a very low front line, are fashionable this season, too, as are toques, which have b...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Huonville A PRAISEWORTHY WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 11 January 1934

Huonville A PRAISEWORTHY WORK. While some young men are fre quently in the limelight for deeds of skill in the athletic world, others are doing equally, if not greater service to their country in a less osten tatious way. * For some years past Mr Jas. Skinner, and until his recent departure: to take a position in ! another State, his brother, Mr Dick Skinner, has been doine a erreat work by conducting a Sunday School class, and in other ways helping to uplift ' the ' standard of living in- the district ?' in which they have spent their lives. In pursuance of their self-imposed task- they have, at their own expense j -run from- two tc three motor trips from along the Glen Huon road to Huonville weekly for the -past few. years, conveying chil dren to the schoolroom, /and their conduct of the classes has. been, of ' the most .exemplary and helpful nature. ' A jrecent sad tragedy in the district gave further evidence of Mir James Skinner's thoughtfulness and generosity, and those who we...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Boy Scouts THE BIG JAMBOREE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 11 January 1934

Boy Scouts ? . — ^^ ? THE BIG JAMBOREE. ? Although the Australian Jamboree to be held at a -seaside resort called Prankstpn, near Melbourne, from Thursday, 27th December 1934, to Thursday, 10th January, 1935, is a long way off, yet considerable in ? terest has been evinced by Scouters . and1 Scouts in a large number of countries to which information has . been despatched telling of the plans , for the holding of this grand gath ering of the international brother hood. N In our first news bulletin to you we weie not in a position to announce definitely where the great camp would be located, but since then our various committees have ';;';-. ; been diligently at work, and their . , efforts have been crowned with ?'?;? . 'splendid success. . A beautifully sit .?.?r' .uated camping ground of 300 acres ? of pleasantly timbered countr' has been secured at one of Australia's most celebrated seaside resorts. This location combines the peculiar charm of the Australian 'bush' with the multifa...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Fruit Trade CONDITIONS ON OVERSEAS MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 11 January 1934

Fruit Trade CONDITIONS ON OVERSEAS MARKET. Referring to the remarks made by Mr D. Wuille, a representative of one of the Covent Garden marketing firms, London, and which were pub lished in last week's issue of the 'Huon Times,' Sir John Evans said he fully endorsed the recommenda tions made by Mr Wuille with re ?eard to the imnrovement of the annle trade between Tasmania and the United Kingdom. ?'Mr Wuille speaks,' said Sir John, 'as one who has had a very long and intimate knowledge of the selling 'of apples in London, and his advice would' therefore be of great value to the growers of this State. Follow ing what he said at the Cygnet meet ing I had the pleasure of a conversa tion with Mr Wuille, and he im pressed me as one who was gen uinely anxious to foster trade within' the, Empire, realising that this could only be done successfully by the pro ducer supplying the goods that the buyer wanted and putting them up in an attractive form. One feature stressed was the need for employ...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Apple and Pear Crops MAINLAND PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 11 January 1934

Apple and Pear Crops MAINLAND PROSPECTS. Detailed crop reports have now come to hand from New South Wales, Western 'Australia, South Australia, and New, Zealand, par ticulars of which are given' below. New 'South' Wales. — Observations made at the commencement of this month indicate an apple crop con siderably below noimal, probably 'rangingj from 25 per cent, in some areas, to 50 per cent, in others. The varieties generally showing the most promise- are Granny , Smith and Gravenstein, whilst Jonathan . , ,and Pomme de Neige, and certain- of the early cookers are patchy: Hail damage was prevalent in some areas. In pears a good -set was, experi- enced on many varieties, but exten sive drop'ping has now reduced most varieties to a half crop. : Williams and Beurre Bbsc appear to be the most satisfactory. Western Australia.— Almost all varieties of apple blossomed heavily, but the ? subsequent set was con siderably below expectations. r . In southern districts where the 'crop was light ...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 11 January 1934

STRAWBERRY' PUNNETS, Available in any quantity. 62/6 per 1000, 32/ per 500, . 6/9 per 100, 1/ dozen. * CHARLES DAVIS LIMITED.

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Police Courts HUONVILLE. Charge of Theft. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 11 January 1934

\ Police Courts i — — — '? ? '?'?'*.../ HUONVILLE. Charge of Theft. In the Huonville Police Court last Thursday, before the Warden (Mr G. C. Frankcomb) and Mr G. Shield, Js.P., Inspector Grant prosecuting, Donald Walter Oates was charged with having at Grove, on November 27, stolen a pair of pliers valued' at 7s 6d. ; , Defendant, who pleaded guilty, was sentenced to imprisonment for 14 days. The sentence was sus pended on condition that defendant' be of good hehaviour for -twelve months. ? ' .

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 11 January 1934

CRICKET. On the cricket fields' of England and Australia the name of Victor Trumper will live for ever. His hundred and one brilliant deeds with the bat are evergreen in the 'mem- ory of those who saw him, while 'old-timers' always happily refer to his glorious innings whenever some cricketer provides a knock out of the ordinary. Nowi another Victor Trumper— his 22-year-old son— is springing into the limelight of cricket and tennis, in only a small way at present, but with an' enthusiasm which may eventually force the spotlights of the world on him.

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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YACHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 11 January 1934

YACHTING. The Poit Cygnet Yacht Club re sumed club racing on Saturday. The wind was moderate from the east, and the weather perfect. A start was made at 3 p.m., and a good race resulted, Mercury taking line hon ors. The finishing and corrected times were: — Hep.1 Finish. Correct. P.c. h.m.s. h.m.s. Fay . . . . 20 4.12.35 4.0. 3 — 1 Eula . . 191 4.13.16 4.1. 3 — 2 Mercury . ,.14. 2.38 4.2.19 — 3 Cygnet (101), '4.10.7, 4.3.33; Al tura (zero), 4.3.44, 4.3.44; Marie B. (61), 4.8.13/ 4.4.9; Pixie (11), 4.12. 42, 4.5.49. Elapsed time, lh. 2m. 38s.

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

SWIMMING. Japanese swimmers have made such wpndeiful improvement in re cent years that it is not unlikely they will sweep the board1 at the next Olympic Games, in Berlin, in1' 1936. Four new world's records have just been set up by these amazing swim bers — of both sexes — who set now world marks almost every time they take to the water.

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
I FRANKLIN ROWING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 11 January 1934

FRANKLIN ROWING CLUB. A swimming V race will be conr ducted, each week-end, provided suf ficient entries are forthcoming. The race will be from Egg Island to the piling, and the prizes will depend on the number of entries received. An entry fee of Is will be , charged. After the first race swimmers will be handicapped, so that each entrant may have a fair chance of winning. Further information mav be had fiom either Mr P. Roscvears or the secretary,' Mr F. Pepler, but pros pective entrants are asked to attend early.

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Overseas Exports AMENDMENTS TO REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 11 January 1934

Overseas Exports ? ^ AMENDMENTS TO REGULA TIONS. At the monthly meeting of the Cygnet Agricultural Bureau, the Chief Horticulturist (Mr P. H. Thomas) presented the Acting Agent General's report for the 1933 sea son, and also explained the general application of the proposed amend ments to the ExDort Resulations. Mr Thomas reviewed the reports received in regard to the packing, grading and presentation of Tas manian fruit, emphasising that bruis ing was too prevalent, and had be come a serious factor in depressing values. Where protective material, such as coi rugated cardboard, were used, the bruising was substantially decreased, especially when the top, bottom and sides of the case was .lined with this material. During last season South. America exported 'nearly 350,000 bushels of apples to the United Kingdom. This fruit was very favorably com mented upon, and arrived upon the market slightly in advance1 of Aus tralian expoits. With the orchard d'evelppment that is taking place in ...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Sporting Notes GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 11 January 1934

Sporting Notes GOLF. Here's another queer golf hap. pening. A member of a Queens land club was addressing a ball on the 18th. Another ball arrived out of space and knocked the teed ball off the pin:— -it was a sliced ball from the. 17th tec, 160 yards away.

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
HUON ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 11 January 1934

HUON ASSOCIATION. At a meeting of the Huon Cricket Association on Monday evening last, Mr D. F. Calvert presided, and delegates from Huonville, Grove, Franklin, Cradoc, and Mountain River were present. A protest was received from the Cradoc Club against the match played between them and Wattle Grove .being awarded to the latter, on the grounds that the umpire called 'last over' when Wattle Grove wei-e batting, and they were six runs in arrears. The second ball of the over dismissed one of the batsmen, and the captain of the Cradoc team claimed that the match then ended, but another batsman came in. and hit a six, making the scores level. He was then bowled. Another bats man came in was also bowled1 off the last ball of the over, 'another batsman hit a four, and Wattle Grove claimed1 a win. In the course of the inquiry held . by the committee, the umpire at the bowler's end, who was the only one that had1 a watch at the match, de nied that he called 'last over.' He also stated that W...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bowling HUON CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 11 January 1934

Bowling — ?? — HUON CLUB. At last night's meeting of pros pective members of the Bowling Club being formed at Franklin, a fairly good attendance was presided over bv Cr. D. E. Ryan. The Chairman explained' that owing to the difficulty of securing the^ necessary number of guarantors for the capital cost of laying down a green, he approached the Huon Council on' Monday with a proposal to borrow £300 feom the Hobart Savings Bank, and the council had agreed to do so in the same way as had been done for the recreation ground. He urged, however, that provision should be made for the collection of considerably more than the amount required for interest and sinking fund for the first year. Dr. Lawrence suggested1 that it would be better to have a maximum number of members at, say, £2 2s, than a smaller number at a higher subscription. 'Mr.-'N.'.'P. Louden said he felt sure once the green was established the club would have a big membershin roll Mr B. A. Watson pointed out that there was not...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RIFLE SHOOTING. HUONVILLE CLUB SHIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 11 January 1934

RIFLE SHOOTING. HUONVILLE CLUB SHIELD. With the object of fostering the interests of marksmen of country clubs, Messrs Crisp and Gunn, of Hobart,1 recently presented to the Huonville Rifle Club a handsome shield for competition between coun try rifle clubs south of and including Huonville Rifle Club shield pre sented by Messrs Crisp and Gunn for open competition among South ern country clubs. Oatlands. The shield is of a must attractive design, being circular in shape, and containing in the centre the representation of a bull's-eye, under which crossed rifles are mount ed, appropriately in silver. The Huonville Club have not drawn up rules and regulations un der which the shield' will be com peted' for, but country clubs con cerned in the competition are being circularised regarding the framing of the necessary stipulations govern ing the shield, and it is expected that the competitive shoots will commence soon.

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Returned Soldiers HUON ANNUAL REUNION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 11 January 1934

Returned Soldiers HUON ANNUAL RE-UNION. The annual le-union of the Huon sub-branch, R.S.S.I.L.A., took place at Huonville last Saturday. ? An in novation was added this year by the holding of a' cricket match in the afternoon, and this proved such a gratifying success socially that it was unanimously decided to make it a feature of the re-union for the f ii turn. The annual meeting was held at the Picnic Hotel in the evening, when a large attendance of members and visitors from Hobart, Cygnet, ancJvLauncestoh .sub-branches were present. ? Mr G. C- Frankcomb pre sided. The annual report presented by the secictai-y (Mr A. D. Tynan) stated' that the past year had been the most successful, since the incep tion of the branch, as regards mem bership and finance. It was ap parent that returned1 men were at last realising the advantage if. was to have such an organisation looking aftei* their interests, as many who wete discharged apparently fit and well, are now feeling the effects of thei...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cygnet MAYORAL VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 11 January 1934

Cygnet MAYORAL VISITORS. On1 Fi'iday last a visit was paid to Cygnet by Alderman and Mrs H. Geugoult Smith, the Lord and Lady Mayoress of Melbourne, and Alder man and Mrs J. J. Wignall, the Mayer and Mayoress of Hobart. The visitors were met at the Town Hall on their arrival by the Warden (Cr. A. Davies) and Miss Davies, who ex tended to them a welcome to the municipality and entertained them to afternoon tea. . After being shown over the ? building the party left for Hobart via Gaiiden Island Creek and the Channel. CRUISE OF UTIEKAH. In\ continuation of her annual cruise in Southern Tasmanian waters the Melbourne-owned yacht Utiekah returned to Port' Cygnet from Ho bart last Friday evening. Mi1 Giles reported having had a good run down channel with a. fair wind and beautiful weather. After remain ing two nights in' Cygnet the Utiekah sailed' again on Sunday morning for Port Esperance en route foiv Recherche. ' Mr Giles intends to spend about ten days on this part of the cruise, and...

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