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THE STRAND. AUSTRALIAN PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 25 January 1934

THE STRAND. AUSTRALIAN PROGRAMME. Flemington, in all its Cup-time glory, is featured- ini the new Efftee George Wallace comedy, 'A Ticket in Tatt's.' The Efftee camera men I attended every day throughout the renowned spring meeting of the V.R.C.. filmine- the crowds and rac ing scenes, including the enormous throngs around the totalisator arid in the ring; also on the lawns, mem bers, reserve, and saddling paddock. On Oaks Day a special parade of Efftee manequins paraded the course, wearing the very latest fashions. 'A Ticket in Tatt's' is the Australian comedian's latest pic ture, in which he has his funniest role. , ' Another Australian produc tion is 'Dear Old London,' an un usual picture filmed in the world's greatest city, and presents the famous metropolis in a new angle, showing all1 those parts well known to the touris|. These two allAus tralian attractions are to be seen at the Strand Theatre this Saturday.

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO THE PAGEITES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 25 January 1934

TO THE PAGEITES. Another competition will com mence with the next issue of the 'Huon and Derwent Times.' This will be on the same lines as other competitions, but award cards, carrying the same number of marks as previously, will be given for both letters and' other contributions printed. The competition will extend over 13 issues of the 'Times,' from the 1st February to the 27th April. | Dear Uncle Benny, — Daddy Dumpling's rabbit got out about a fortnight ago, and he follows us all over the place. Mark has a little, calf now, and he calls it Poppy. It is such a dear little thing. We| have Gravensteins ripe enough for a pie, and1 we get. an odd one here and there to eat, so they won't be [long on the tree when they are real ripe. There have been a lot of bush fires about since Christmas, and to-day, wherever you look, is nothing but smoke. Huon Laddie has a bad hand, a wasp stung him, and .it has all swollen up. I had a letter from Flower o' the Pine last Friday, and I have1 just a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 25 January 1934

???iwmjuj II \i\mi\i^Mmj^uama^a^ ? ? The production of these new Preserving Bottles and the invention of the New-Bon Fruit Preservers are the most outstanding developments connected with the bottling of fruit that have taken place in recent years.' The Bottle — made in two sizes, holds about 2 and 2}^lbs. of fruit respectively, and the liberal width makes it most con venient to fill The base is slotted to allow free circulation of water, and is useful as a grip for removing the lid. The Glass Lid — is perhaps the main feature; it overcomes the trouble of rusty met al lids which contaminate the food. In this bottle only glass can touch ' the contents. - — '? Price per dozen ? 11/6. ; Larger size ? ... 15/ Metal Lids ? 2/6, 3/ Glass ? Lids ' ? 2/6, 3/ Rubber Rings ... 9d., lOd. The Outfit is electrically heated and. needs no attention other than - switching the power on and off — no tiresome regulation of. heat. The time taken, too, is shorter —approximately 1 hour in the small outfit...

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The Children's Our Letter Box [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 25 January 1934

The Children's Page (Conducted by UNCLE BENNY) Our Letter Box ? i Dear Uncle Benny, — Thank you „ very much for my pink card, which ? ? I received safely. The grass grubs ' are everywhere down here, and' the grass is all dried up. Everyone is wishing it would rain. I am writ ing 'ihis letter in the shade beneath our plum tree, and as a sea breeze has just sprung up it is quite cool T 1 latro sr»hnnl n n\v. so I will have plenty of . time to spare. On New Year's Day we had our re gatta at Shipwrights Point, and I enjoyed it very much. The bush fires are everywhere, and some people are in danger of being burnt ' , out, but there has not been any near our place yet. Ginger has a girl friend with him and I can hear them playing schools close by. The dog - * has just come to lie down beside me, and is doing his best to knock the ink over. As news is scarce I must close. From your loving niece, - . . BLUEBELL. The weather this summer has been - very hot Bluebell, and' there are bush . - ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 25 January 1934

GROWERS ! Your Overseas Consignment Fruit. J. O. SIMS, Borough Market, London who has sold our. Fruit with so .much' success ' ' - in London, for 'many , years will, in future, also supervise -our. sales in Liverpool, Hull, and oh the; Continent. , - Brand .now for all United Kingdom ports - No. 464 For the Continent r - ? . - - ? - - No. 815 .Catalogues, issued, and Stencils supplied Free' on application. In' The Port Huon Fruitgrowers' CO-OP. ASSN. LTD. ?' ' ?: ? :' ( DAVEY ST., HOBART. Phone 5031. WE INVITE CONSIGNMENTS OP FRUIT FOR LONDON, LIVERPOOL, HULL, GLASGOW, HAMBURG, and other Markets. You will find our Agents efficient and reliable. ' We ask you to give them a trial and see for yourself. SHIPPING /NUMBER 32^ T; BOSS-WALKER, 1 « Pty. Ltd. ' ' .105, MACQUARIE STREET, HOBART. ' ' ' ;? ; FRUITGROWERS. : - . ' ? '..CONSIGN YOUR FRUIT TO J. AND H. GOODWIN LTD. - ? FOR BETTER DISTRIBUTION AND BETTER PRICES. . ? ~ ESTABLISHED AT ALL LEADING PORTS IN THE UNITED KING '? DOM AND TH...

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ELECTORAL ENROLMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 25 January 1934

ELECTORAL ENROLMENT. With the approach of the State elections, we desire to direct the at tentioni to the necessity for voters seeing that they are enrolled. As it is proposed) to commence a re print of the principal rolls at an early date, it is desirable that as many as possible eligible persons be included m these rolls. Applica tions received after the principal roll is printed, and up to 6 p.m. oni the date of the issue of the writ for the election, will be shown on a supple mental list. It will not be necessary for those already enrolled for their present addresses to submit further claims. As enrolment is compulsory immediate action should be taken to secure enrolment in order to avoid a penalty. Claim cards are ob tainable at all post offices. The ad dress of the electoral registrar for the whole of the subdivision of the Division of Franklin, is Chief Sec retary^ Department, Hobart. Among the outlying police sta tions in English country districts, some 200 are still unprovi...

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BRAESIDE ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 25 January 1934

BRAESIDE ROAD. Mr A. C. Seabrook, M.H.A., has , been informed' by the Director Pub lic Works that the Minister for Pub lic Works (Sir Walter Lee) has ap- ' proved of the expenditure of £90 on the Braeside road, leading to J. S. Griggs' property. : Cycling has become a craze in the Chinese city of Canton, where British machines are the most popu lar, because they are cheap, light, ? and strong.

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Geeveston TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 25 January 1934

Geeveston TENNIS. The annual . tournament conducted by the Esperance Tennis Association was held in Geeveston during last week-end. The committee express themselves gratified by the continued interest shown, and report that the number of entries were very similar to those of last year. The following are the results of the finals in each 1 event: — Men's Championship Singles: E. Gelllie d. M. Marsh, w.o. Men's Doubles Champi^ship : G. Calvert and R. Smith d. Hinchey and Fitzgerald, 6 — 2, 6 — 3. Mixed Doubles Championship : Marsh and Mrs Bowd'en d. Gellie and Mrs Thompson, 2 — 6, 6—3, 6 — 2. Ladies' Doubles Championship:, Mesdames Bennett and Burgess ,d; Mrs Thompson and Miss Evans, 5 — 6 6—2, 6—4. Men's Handicap Singles: -W. Scott (owe 15) d. H. Dickson (rec. . 3), 6—1, 6—3. Men's Handicap Doubles: J. Gane and A. Bell (rec. 15) d. Luttrell and Luttrell (scr.), 3 — 6 6—0, 6 — 4. Mixed1 Doubles Handicap: S.'Gane and! Miss Marsh (owe 30) d. R. Scott and Mrs Bennett (owe 30), 3 — 6, 6—1...

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REPATRIATION PATIENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 25 January 1934

REPATRIATION PATIENTS. On Sunday last 27 patients from the Repatriation Hospital, Hobart, were entertained to dinner 'at ? 'Huonview,' Huonville, by the Huon branch R.S.S.I.L.A. After lunch the party was motored to Port Huon, and returned' to Huonville, where the local and Glen Huon Brass Bands gave a programme of music - that was much appreciated 'by a - large gathering of local residents as well as the visitors. The president of the Huon branch (Mr G. C. Frankcomb) in extending a welcome to the Diggers, a said it was hoped to make the outing an annual one. Mr ., D. McHugo, who organised the trip, thanked the Huon members for their hospitality, and' pointed' out that it was functions of this kind that helped to let the Diggers see they ?were not forgotten and made their sufferings lighter. Afternoon tea was pi-ovided on the Esplanade by lady supporters of the sub-branch, and Colonel Blacklow, M.H.R., thanked the hosts and hostesses on behalf of the visitors for the kind ness extend...

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"SHELL" SCHOLARSHIP COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 25 January 1934

'SHELL' SCHOLARSHIP COM PETITION. The following are the results' of the Shell scholarship competition, held at Hobart, Launceston, and Ulverstone in December ' iast: — Boys' section: Winner, Charles M. Saul, Scotch College, Launceston. Girls' section: Winner, Kathleen Sar gent, St. Mary's College, Hobart. Each of these scholarships is valued at £24, this sum being paid in half yearly instalments to the head teacher of the school concerned as a contribution towards school fees and' expenses. This makes the third year in which the Shell scholarship competition has been held, and other holders of the scholarship at present are: — Desmond Lyons, now at the Tasmanian University; Ailsa Had den, Methodist Ladies'- College, Launceston; Rolf Atkinson, Hutch ins School, Hobart; Gladys Delaney, State High School, Hobart. ' The competition will again be held to wards the end1 of 1934, and it is hoped to considerably extend the scope of the competition to embrace practically all school children ...

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Dover KENNERLEY BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 25 January 1934

Dover KENNERLEY BOYS. The Kennerley Boys . and their teachers, who spent the Christmas holidays at Dover, have returned to Hobart.. They gave most enjoyable concerts at Dover and Southport during their stay in the district, and were tendered a complimentary social on the eve of their departure by the residents , of Dover. The. staff i pvnrpccorl nn. V»ohal-F n-F fVto V»r»iTc* ' appreciation of the kindness that had been extended to them while at Dover. PERSONAL. Mr and Mrs R. Jackson, of Ade laide, are on a yisit to their parents, Mr and1 Mrs W. Jackson, of Dover. Mr and Mrs M. Stubbs, former residents of Dover, are spending a short holiday iro the district. .. . Rev. F. S. L. Clougher, with a company of Boy Scouts, left Dover last week by the s.s. Dover to camp at the Ouse. At latest reports the ? boys were thoroughly enjoying their outing. ; Mr and Mrs H. Daniels, formerly host and hostess at the New Dover Hotel, have returned to take up their residence in this district. Miss Soph...

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The Fruit Grant DEFINING "NECESSITOUS" FRUITGROWERS. Deputation Appeals for Liberal Interpretation. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 25 January 1934

The Fruit Grant -- DEFINING 'NECESSITOUS' FRUITGROWERS. Deputation ; Appeals for Liberal Interpretation. 1 ? On Thursday last a deputation I representing the fruitgrowers of j Southern Tasmania waited' upon I the Minister for Lands, and Works! (Sir Walter Lee) in an endeavour to ! know to what section of the orchard ists could be applied! the word , 'ne- cessitous' in the terms of the Fede ral grant of £62,000 for the relief of fruitgrowers. Messrs B. J. Pearsall, M. Calvert, and A. J. Honey (secretary) repre sented the . State Fruit Advisory Board, and: the Wardens/of the Huon and Cygnet municipalities were .also included: in1 the deputation. Messrs R. W. Winspear (Chief Executive Officer of the Agricultural -Bureau) and1 Messrs S. R. Adams and .J. R. Crane (representing the Agricultural Bank Board) were also present. The deputation urged a more liberal in terpretation of 'necessitous' in re gard to the allocation of the grant, a-n'd considered it could extend1 to and include a gre...

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Fruit News FRUIT CROP PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 25 January 1934

j Fruit News I FRUIT CROP PROSPECTS. It is estimated' by the Superinten dent of Horticulture' that the apple crop in Victoria this year will be 2,250,000 bushels, compared with 3,217,074 last year. The record production was in 1928; when there were 3,712,350 bushels, of which 927,615 cases were exported. The crop, of pears should be about 800,000 to 900,000 cases, against ? 1,172,204 cases last year. The pro duction of peaches is expected to equal that of last year when there were 1,351,330 cases. The apricot ; crop' is expected- to reach about 400,000 cases. ? The Australian Apple and . Pear Export Council has issued the fol lowing revised forecast of the . amount of fruit to be exported to .: the United Kingdom and - the v Con tinent for 1934: — ? . -: Apples. Pears. Total. Tas. 2,750,000 100,000 2,850,000 Vic. 780,000 275,000 1,055,000 W.A. 600,000 39,000 639,000 S.A. 521,000 37,000 558,000 N.S.W. 120,000i 40,000 160,000 Qld. 37,000 — 37,000 Totals , 14, 808, 000' 4911,000 5.299,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 25 January 1934

ENGLISH SHIPPING SEASON— 1934 366 CLAUDE E. RHODES 366 HULL 955 ROBERTS BRINING 955 AND CO. LTD. LONDON and LIVERPOOL 478 CONNOLLY, SHAW Ltd. 478 ALL PORTS Consignments Solicited. Liberal Advances. Prompt Settlement. Stencils Free. A. C. SEABROOK PTY. LTD. 12 Elizabeth Street, HOBART. INFORMATION FOR APPLE-GROWERS NEW ZEALAND CROP. Last month — i.e., on December 23 — we received a cable message from our Nelson house, advising us that it was estimated New Zealand would export a total of 1,250,000 cases of apples and pears during the 1934 shipping season to Great Britain and the Continent. On Tuesday last, 16th instant, _we cabled to Nelson drawing attention to a report published in Tasmania, and asking whether the crop situa tion as previously reported by them had changed. We are now in, receipt of a cabled reply, despatched from Nelson on the 18th instant, reading: — ' Reported Government an nouncement absolutely, incorrect. New Zealand has available for ex port about same quantity ...

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CRICKET NEW NORFOLK v. GLEN LUSK. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 25 January 1934

CRICKET NEW NORFOLK v. GLEN LUSK.j : On the.'13th inst., New Norfollc commenced'; ; a , match against Glen Lusk. The latter batted first, but only made 80, G. Pye being the chief cause of the small score. . The. home team opened up brightly, and, maintaining : the pace to the . finish, were 210 to the good oni the day's ; play. Local' supporters of- the game were pleased to welcome the return to the crease of V. D. Lee, who two or three seasons ago was one of New Norfolk's best batsmen. A feature ?of the day's play was the bowling of C. Foster, who was brought on late, 'and only bowled four overs. - Though hit freely he captured six wickets for ;52 runs. Scores: — GLEN LUSK. ' . M.Duffy, c E. Swann, b A. , Brown . . . . . . .. . : . . 19 i !D. Ackroyd, b G. Pye . . :.?.. . -6 F. Duffy, b G. Pye ? ? f 0 C. Brinkman, c Brown, b G. Pye r- 6 IL Brinkman, b G. Pye .... . . 0 R/Brinkman, b G. Hardie .... 0 A; Cooper, jun., b G. Hardie . . ' 5 ,T. Reid, c Brown, b E. Swann . 4 H. Geapen, n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 25 January 1934

ANY JOB--ANY SIZE-ANY PLACE ' That is the Service Offer of Crisp & Gunn Co-Op. Ltd. Headquarters for all Building Materials. MELVILLE STREET, HOBART Phone 3077

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 25 January 1934

UNCLE TOBY* OATX Yoti could not eat a more tempting, satisfying \ \ or nou's^n§ breakfast than Uncle Toby's \\ ^^^kAxVvXXXxx Oats. Costs much less than beef stealf, chops, \ ?? / ^ °f C^S alK* conta*ns more value. ' | J Sold Everywhere Manufactured by Good News for Fruitgrowers ! The Famous CUTLER Grader Recognised as the Most Efficient Machine of its kind in the pricipal fruitgrowing Countries of the World is now | MADE IN AUSTRALIA I Growers intending to place an order for this machine are urged to do so immediately, g 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 IT Z Til MOTOR TRUCKS | * j ? ^ ? new models! REDUCED PRICtS! ^ MODEL Dl (Chassis Only)— 6-Cylinder ; 113 inch wheel base ; capacity, 18 cwt. £290 (including Sales Tax) MODEL A2 (Chassis Only)— 4-Cylinder; 136 inch wheel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 25 January 1934

SHELL WINS/ OTHERS TRY...' (0 Mi - '' 'k f SHELL QL QUALITY SPIRIT OF AUSTRALIA In answer to a lady's letter ! HENRY FORD A lady writes to say that she does not understand why an 8-cylinder car does not . cost more to run than a car with fewer cylinders. She refers to my statement that our Ford V-8 develops more power on a gallon of petrol than any car we have made. The use of 8-cylinders does not mean the addition of two or four extra fuel con sumers. It is not, for example, a 4-cylinder engine multiplied by two. Our 8cylin der engine takes the fuel supply of an ordinary 4-cylinder engine and divides it eight ways. And why? By reducing four large explosions into eight smaller ones, we get engine smooth ness and quietness. Eight-cylinders indicate the way the petrol is used, not the amount. It is just the difference between going upstairs in four long jumps or in eight ordinary steps. Two things use up petrol — bad engine design and useless car weight. Besides having an engine that ...

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Y.A.L. AT NEW NORFOLK. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 25 January 1934

Y.A.L. AT NEW NORFOLK. The Young Australia League boys gave a New Noifolk audience a wonderful treat on Tuesday evening at the Oddfellows' Hall for a little over a couple of hours, during which item after item succeeded each other in itrhiVl r»-F morrimont. anH miiRl'p. that for the time drove the bush fiies, the drought, and the general depression into the background. The boys who contributed to the pro gramme were Tgm Nicholson-, Fred Garner, Stan Attenbrough, Tom Buckingham, Noel Arblaster, Alf. .Mortimer, Fred1 Thomas, -and Jack Moyle. At the end of the pro gramme the Warden (Mr T. An drews) expiressed to the manage ment and to the boys the apprecia tion everyone felt, and wished' them bon voyage after a successful tour. Mr M. H. Gale replied, express ing the thanks of himself, and of those associated with him, for the hospitality extended to them at New Norfolk, and explained that the tours are taken during the school holidays, and were mainly conducted from an educational and'...

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