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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 18 January 1934

RE-CONDITIONED CHEVROLET TRUCKS Nettlefold's Used Car Dept. have some | Good Trucks for sale : I CHEVROLET—Fours and Sixes, ranging from ... £60 to £145 . WHIPPET TRUCK ... ... ... £125 MANCHESTER ... . ? ? £75 I GUY i ? : ? £35 | Inspect NET I LEFOLD'S Re-conditioned Truck | .Stocks. You. Car or Truck traded and Easy J Terms on the balance at [ NETTLEFOLD'S USED CAR DEPARTMENT j 5 I IT.?.®STS ASJM^ | IBad Material as Good | ? I When Ordering, INSIST on 1 'BLUEBELL' SPRAYS j I And you will get the BEST | !| ? -that money can buy ? jjj | . The Sole Agents are: g !w. D. Peacock & Co. I PTY. LTD. 1 | Princes Wharf Hobart | i I

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 18 January 1934

I Good News for Fruitgrowers ! | The Famous CUTLER Grader I Recognised as the Most Efficient Machine of its kind in 1 the pricipal fruitgrowing Countries of the World is now MADE IN AUSTRALIA Growers intending to place an order for this machine are urged to do so immediately, to facilitate deliveries which will be made strictly in order of rotation. Prices, Sizes, and Terms on application to the Tasmanian Agents. ROBT. NETTLEFOLD PTY. LTD. HOBART AND LAUNCESTON C. P. SKINNER, Huonville, Huon Representative. INTERNATIONAL ST™'-''!!' MOTOR TRUCKS j ? ' ? ? ? ' ? NEW MODELS! ? REDUCED PRICES! '-L. . . JSgBL MODEL D1 (Chassis Only) — 6-Cylinder; 11*3 inch wheel base; capacity, 18 cwt. £290 (including Sales Tax) MODEL A2 Chassis Only)— 4-Cylinder; 136 inch wheel base; capacity, 30/40 cwt. £431 (including Sales Tax) I MODEL A2 Chassis Only}— -4-Cyliniier; 160 inch wheel base; capacity, 30/40 cwt. £456 (including Sales Tax) I MODEL B3 Chassis Only)— 6-Cylinder; 1(-0 inch wheel base; capaci...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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CRICKET UPPER DERWENT ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 18 January 1934

CRICKET I UPPER DERWENT ASSOCIATION .v Ellendale defeated Gretna last Saturday by 119 runs. ; C. Plough man's score of 85 included 15 fours, while. E. Churchill, for Ellendale, hit 16 boundaries in making 107. Gretna lost many runs in the field. Scoi*es: — ELLENDALE. v . I E. Churchill, «c Cunningham, b ; r- Kir C. Kent, c Raynor, ( b L. Cun- , ; , , . nirigham , ... ... ,1 . -21! W. Tomlin, b C. 'Ploughman . . 33 C. Clark, b L. Cunningham . .. 11' A. Clark, b L. Bowermari : . .... 22 Doc. Clarkv c T. Bowerman, b L. ? Bowerman . . . . . . . . . 8 J. Dillon, c Geard, b L. Boweiman 8 N. ? Holmes, b Green . . . . . . , 14 R. Holmes, c Bowerman, b L. Cunningham ... .. .. .. 27 S. Read, not out t . . . . .... 101 B. Holmes, st. Geard, b L. Cun ningham ...... . .. .. 2 Sundries . ..... . . . 14 Total . . . . . . . . . 277 Bowling: L.^Cunningham, 80-4-74; P Plnnn-^mon 4H-9-9Q* T. RAWPr. man, 3'2t3-31. GRETNA. ' C. Ploughman, c and b J. Dillon 85 W. Morgan; run out . .' . . . : 16 A. Raynor...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 18 January 1934

The health authorities of Paris es timate that, there = are 3;000, 000 rats in the city. They destvoy about £2, 000, worth of food every year. Last year's output of films, was the lowest for 20 years; there was, how ever, an increase in- the number of British films.

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School Exams. HUON AND DERWENT RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 18 January 1934

School Exams. HUON AND DERWENT RESULTS. The successful scholars, at the an nual State School examinations held last month were as follows:— STATE HIGH. Dover: William Falkinder, Helen Seabrook. Franklin: John Brown, Marian Christensen, Betty Thomas. Braeside: Tasman Walker. Ranelagh: Henry James, Leta Lees, Nancy Tanner. . ' . Upper Mt. River: Kathleen Doyle. Huonville : Eric Morey, Olga Nor ris, Margaret Short. Margate: Richard Meredith, Sandfly: Myra Abery. Lower Longley: Effie Titmus. Snug: Lilian Roberts. Kettering: Gibson Calvert. New Norfolk: Robert Brown, Jas. Hardie, Elise McDougall, Marjory Wilson. Cygnet: Lois Glover. South Lymington Convent: Marie Coad. Cairns Bay: Betty Cairns. JUNIOR TECHNICAL SCHOOL. Raminea: William Doyle. Geeveston: Donald Thiessen, Ranelagh: Max Holmes: Huonville: Maurice Griggs, Cygnet: Mervyn Elwell, Reginald Flood, Leslie Stanton. MERIT CERTIFICATES New Norfolk: Raymond' Cossom, Joan Coleman, Jean Davis, Reuben Fuller, Elvie Lawler, Harold Plun k...

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POTATO EMBARGO [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 18 January 1934

POTATO EMBARGO ?The action against the Victorian Government by Tasmania, challeng ing the validity of the embargo on the importation' of Tasmanian pota toes' into'; Victoria, will come' on for hearing in Melbourne^ towards the end of February. The writ was is sued about October last. No de cision has yet been made as to what counsel will represent Tasmania, but it is; understood that the Attorney General (Mr H. S. Baker) will be in Melbourne attending the Piremiers' Conference just about that time.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 18 January 1934

A single map showing all the tra velling facilities in1 London, includ ing railways, trams, buses, and coaches, is not feasible, as it would require an area as big as that cov ered by Westminster Abbey. Finger-print tests in Munich have established the fact that several dis puted pictures are genuine 'old masters' painted' by Durer. Durer, who used his thumb to help out his brush work, died in 1528.

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Current Topics ROBBERY AT MARGATE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 18 January 1934

Current Topics ROBBERY AT MARGATE. Premises occupied by Morris Wray Worsley at Margate, were en tered on January 6, and' jewellery and other goods of the total value of £27 lis 6 d were stolen. En trance was effected through a win dow that' was closed, but not locked. On Thuisday last Constables Brooks and Reiper arrested a man at King ston, and conveyed him to Hobart on a charge of housebreaking.

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Franklin Water Supply WARNING TO HOUSEHOLDERS. PROVISION AGAINST FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 18 January 1934

Franklin Water Supply WARNING TO HOUSEHOLDERS. PROVISION AGAINST FIRE. The successful completion of the installation of a water supply at Franklin appears to have given some of the residents an exaggerated idea of the capacity of the pipes to main tain the tremendous pressure of water which was at first available, ana some people are running water to' waste at such a rate that the council to-day decided to issue a warning that they will cxercise their authority to prosecute anyone who unduly draws, on the supply. To-day so great were the demands .on the water the pressure was re duced, by at least a third, and the effect of this would be to greatly de preciate the value of the' service in the event of a fire occurring. As a safeguard in the event of an nnhhvpnV nf fivo in t.Vip tnwnslii'n dur ing the present dangerous con ditions, Cr. D. E. Ryan, chairman of 'the Franklin Fire Brigade Commit tee, obtained a few hundred' feet of fire hose, hydrant, and nozzle on loan from the Hobart ...

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Export of Apples ARE CERTAIN VARIETIES TO BE RESTRICTED? [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 18 January 1934

Export of Apples are certain varieties to BE RESTRICTED? In response to the i*equest of Mr J. H. Mason, secretary of the Frank lin branch of the Agricultural Bureau Senator C. W. Giant last Tuesday telegraphed to the Minister for Com merce (Mr Stewart) as follows:— Please wire whether any regula tions have been gazetted1 under the Commerce Act restricting vari eties of apples to be exported this i , season; if not, whether any such action is contemplated. Growers must know their position before booking space for overseas ship merits. This telegram was sent to get de finite instructions with regard to the conflicting reports that have been circulated as to whether certain well known varieties of. early apples are to be permitted export overseas this coming season. The following reply fiom Mr Stewart was received1 yesterday by Senator Grant: — Your telegram January 15 re garding elimination exportation of plain grade apples gazetted on January 11. Proclamation pro hibiting exportation...

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Fruit News N.Z. MARKETING SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 18 January 1934

???????????????????????????????«???€??« j Fruit News I N.Z. MARKETING SCHEME. The question of retaining the pre sent system of marketing New Zea land fruit in England through a single agency or of reverting to the previous system of marketing through a panel of brokers, was dis cussed at meetings of fruitgrowers in the Auckland province last month. The Fruit Export Control Board sought an expression of opinion from growers before deciding on a system for the coming season, and similar meetings have been held1 in all fruit growing districts in the Dominion. The retention of the single agency system was favoured by meetings of Port Albert, Huapai and Albany growers, but a meeting of Henderson and Oratia growers supported a re version to the previous system. It would require a fleet of 125,000 aeroplanes, each carrying one ton of bombs, to destroy the whole of London in one operation. London's new Passenger Trans- port Board1 controls 2239 electric railway coaches, and 226 railway stat...

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Coming Events [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 18 January 1934

Coming Events Jan. 20 — Gala Night Dance, Cradoc Public Hall. Jan. 27 — Annual Visit Loyal Frank lin Lodge to New Norfolk. Jan. 28— 'The World To-day,' il lustrated lecture, Cygnet Town Hall. \ Feb. 13— Children's Annual Ball, Cygnet Town Hall. Feb. 27 — Bush Nursing Ball,** Cyg net Town Hall.

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Sporting Notes SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 18 January 1934

Sporting Notes SWIMMING. During the week-end swimming matches are to be held by the Frank lin Rowing and Swimming Club. For last week's swim there were 12 starters. The race was across the river, all off scratch, and the winner was H. Cooper, with C. Fooks sec ond (only a yard behind). Then, came G. Bratt, Craig, Faulds, Vin cent, Withrington, Pitt, Payne. The winner's time was 4min. 20sec. Next week-end's swim will be a handicap.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 18 January 1934

J. E. MITTY DENTIST, FRANKLIN. May be Consulted daily, the fol lowing dates excepted: — HUONVILLE.— Picnic Hotel, every; Tuesday, 1.30 till 5 p.m. CYGNET.— Every Thursday (Old. Bank Chambers), 10.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. DOVER— 'St. Elmo,' Jan. 26, 10 a.m. till 4 p.m. GEEVESTON— 'Hillcrest,' Jan. i9, 10 a.m. till 5 p.m. SOUTHPORT— Every fourth Satur day. Next visit, Saturday, Feb. 10. 'Phone; 3 Franklin. THE IMPERIAL ALTERATION IN TARIFF. In addition to the usual Table D'Hote Prices, Breakfast and Special Three-Course Luncheons and ' Din* ners will be obtainable at 2/- each. M. D. FLEXMORE, Manageress. CLEMES COLLEGE 393 ARGYLE STREET, HOBART. THE SCHOOL WITH THE PERSONAL TOUCH. A HOME SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN OF ALL AGES. Special Technical Course for Country Boys.

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TENNIS. ESPERANCE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 18 January 1934

TENNIS. ESPERANCE ASSOCIATION. Results of matches played on Sat urday, January 13:— Liverpool I. d. Geeveston, 8 sets to 1. Port Huon I. d. Kermandie, 6 sets to 3. Gane's d. Liverpool II., 6 sets to 3. Cairns Bay d. Port Huori II., for feit. ? . t Positions in roster now are:— ? P. W. L. Pts. Cairns Bay .. 10 8 2 16 Gane's . .. .. ..10 8 2 16 Port Huon I. . 9 6 3 12 Liverpool I. .. 10 6 4 12 Kermandie .. .. 10 6 4 12 Geeveston . .. .. 10 3 7 6 Port Huon II. ... 10 2 8 4 , Liverpool II. . ... / 9 0 9 0

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TASMANIA GOES ON PAYING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 18 January 1934

TASMANIA GOES ON PAYING. Attention has been drawn in these columns on several occasions to the fact that the fee charged for ,the alleged inspection of Tasmanian apples and pears entering the inter state ports provides New South Wales with between £1700 and :£2000 annually, and Queensland about half _that\ amount, which is .sufficient to pay for the. services of a considerable section of the fruit divisions of the Agricultural De partments of those States, while the actual work of inspection does not extend over more than a couple of hours per week for one or two men for nine months of the year. It 'Is one of the advantages of Federation — for the larger States, and which they hold on to with all the power and influence at their command. Not satisfied with this injustice to Tas mania the larger States again vic timised' Tasmania when provision had. to be made for meeting the upkeep of the Apple and Pear Export Coun cil. This body is supposed to pro vide proportional representation o...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 18 January 1934

RIFLE SHOOTING. The Huonville Rifle Club fired a match for the Hermon-Graham Cup on Saturday in fine weather, but a light breeze made it hard for shoot ing. The conditions of the shoot were seven shots, two sighters, over 300, 600 and 700 yards. The cup was won by A. Walton with a score of 105, with the aid1 of handicap. He was also top off the rifle for the day with 96 points. On Saturday the club is sending a team to Sandf ord to shoot against the Sandford Club for the Hobart Riflemen's Cup, and also a team to fire a match against the Cygnet: Club, at Cygnet. Following is the team for Sand ford:— W. Marriott, W. Ayers. N. P. . Loudon, W. G. Albury, C. Stub ingtori. For Cygnet. — A. Walton, E. Wagg, A. Albury, D. Turfrey, A. Harriss, T. Grainger, F. W. Har rison, H. Heron, T. K. Wilson, P. Buxton, G. Burdori, S. Lovell, L. Roberts. Scores on Saturday were : — A.' Walton, 33 29 34 (11), 105; E.: Wagg, 28 30, 35 (10), 103; F. W. Harrison, 30 28 32 (12), 102; C. Rodman, 31 32 31 (6), ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 18 January 1934

Huon Bush Fires NOTICE TO SUFFERERS. Persons ii^ the Huon Municipality who have suffered severe losses by the bus'h fires are requested to per sonally submit their cases to the undersigned as early as convenient. The State Government has made available a sum of money for the granting of immediate relief on sat isfactory proof being given' of their circumstances. To facilitate prompt attention to claims, I propose to attend the Council Chambers, Huonville daily 'between the hours of 8 a.nu and 9 a.m,. also from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. G. C. FRANKCOMB, Warden of Huon. Council Chambers, Huonville, January 18, 1934. THE Huon & Derwent Times THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1934.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 18 January 1934

I The 'HARVEY' FRUIT GRADER Suitable Size for Large Orchard and Small Packing Shed. No Wharfside 1 AST EXPORT SEASON thirty thousand cases Apples, comprising ev--rv variety . . . export apple grown, were shipped by one Tasmanian Firm without a single whurfside Rejections rejection. Every case had been size graded by a 'HARVEY' Mod«*l 9 A Apple Grader, keeping the packing staff going at the rate of 160 bushel cases per hour. No. 9A Grader can be fitted either with or without the elevator and automatic feed hopper. Model 9A Grades into Nine Sizes With the ' Harvey' Perfected Elevator Sorting Table and Automatic Feed Hopper. This model is admirably adapted to large orchard and small packing. sheds. It embodies all the di-iinctive ' tiarvey ' features. Extraiarge bin capacity for predominating sizes: - ' Specially designed for the Apple Grower, it will grade flat or round varieties with equal facility. The ide il machine for the big output. INDEPENDENT ADJUSTMENT This exclusive . and va...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 18 January 1934

PEOPLE'S CASH COLUMN. Three lines, per Insertion .... Is Each additional line, 3d per inser tion. For not less than three months, 1/6 per inch per insertion CALE, a Player-Piano, condition as new, British make, cost £225; will1 take £165 cash, or terms may be arranged. Particulars 'phone Hobart 3832 (or after 6 p.m. 5619) , or wiite 34 Hill' Street. ^7'E are: now.;in a .position to sup ply 15/30 h.p. McCormick Deering power units. Re-conditioned, for case mill work. Undoubtedly the, most powerful, reliable, economical, and the cheapest power ever offered for this class of work. Full particu lars on application to Robt. Nettle fold, Hobart, and Launceston, or C. P. Skinner, Huonville, Huon Re presentative. . , ' . '^T'ANTED to Rent, House, at or in vicinity of Franklin, by per manent resident, not later than March, too £1 per week. .Apply No. 143, 'Huon and' Derwent Times.' HOUSEWIVES ! / ALUMINIUM i JAM PANS / i . Are lighter, brighter and M i more easily cleaned. We can % | supply ...

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