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HIS MAJESTY'S. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 25 January 1934

HIS MAJESTY'S. 'It's a Boy,' the Gainsboi-oug'h picture which comes to His Majesty's Theatre next Saturday, is a picture, very full indeed of fun. It is a real rib-tickler, amusing situa tion following amusing situation in rapid-fire fashion. ' Leslie Henson has long ; been established as a comedian who thoroughly Knows : the art of extracting laughter. In this delightful picture he has an ad mirable foil in Edward Everett Hor ton, whose portraiture of a bride groom haunted by a spectre of the nast is admirably painted. .. Albert Burdon, Alfred Drayton, and Wendy Barrie are also notable in a picture, giving really good entertain ment. In the supporting picture, 'Sleep- ing Car,' Madeleine Carroll provides a charming performance. Her per sonality and charm, coupled' with her brilliant flair ' for witty comedy, is a big asset to the picture. In 'Sleeping Car,' we see a new Ivor Novello, whose portrayal of the car attendant is an entertaining piece of work. The supporting cast is an ou...

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

NEW HUON To those who have always won dered what transpired behind the closed doors of a jury room, the film showing at the New Huon Theatre1 on Saturday will be reveal ing. The film is 'Ladies of the Jury,' and stars the inimitable Edna May Oliver in a boisterous, hearty comedy, which reveals the personal nwiUUiAne 4-Vi r\ andi Inrli crous situations rising out of the jury system. Novel in theme and comedy possibilities, the picture is the first to be screened with this un usual background1, and- the inside work of a jury is hilariously pre sented. Cast in support of the star is Rosco Ates. Intriguing highlights of the big business of taking giant trees from a mountain and delivering them to a mill are the background against which some of the thrilling actions of 'Carnival Boat,',' Bill Boyd's latest screen hit is enacted. This is the second attraction, and Ginger Rogers plays opposite the star. , 'CAVALCADE.' . 'Cavalcade,' a story of the British Empire, is to be presented at the ...

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NEXT SATURDAY'S TEAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 25 January 1934

NEXT SATURDAY'S TEAMS. Franklin. — W A. Fitzpatrick, N. Johnston, K. Price, W. Darcy, Wat son (2), F. Pepler, M. McGarry, D. Cameron, L. Barry, C. Bayley. The following team will represent Franklin II. against Wattle Grove at Franklin: — R. Fulton (captain), W. Strang, B. McMullen, D. Watson, A. Medbury, W. Price, V. Payne, R. McMullen, F. Cameron, M. Darcy, I. Yeates, M. Vincent 12th.

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D GRADE. GROVE II. v. LUCASTON. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 25 January 1934

D GRADE. / GROVE II. v. LUCASTON. Grove II. almost obtained a 4 pointer against Lucaston last Sat urday. A. Harriss was the out standing player. After making 62 runs he secured1 four wickets for 34 in Lucaston's first innings, and fol lowed this up by getting all nine wickets that fell in Lucaston's sec ond innings for 21 runs off 80 balls. This is one of the most outstanding performances of the season in the Huon. Grove II. won on the first innings by 76 runs. Scores: — GROVE. A. Hai'riss, b H. Grimsey .... 62 G. Page, run out ? 49 W. Coombes, b L. Harriss . . 3 D. Calvert, b H. Grimsey . . . . 0 R. Lamph, b H. 'Grimsey .... 9 T. Page, b H. Grimsey ...... 0 J. Cordwell, st. b L. Harriss . . 29 S. Tuffin, run out .. 0 L. Dowling, b L. Harriss .... 1 H. Oates, b L. Harriss ...... 0 J. Talbot, not out .. . . .... 9 Sundries ? ? ? 3 Total .. .. .. .. .. 172 Bowling: C. Harriss, 48-0-44; P. Page, 24-0-21; L. Harriss, 72-4-61; H. Griggs, 8-0-17 ; H. Grimsey, 46 4-26. LUCASTON.- — First I...

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C GRADE. HUONVILLE II. v. JUDBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 25 January 1934

C GRADE. HUONVILLE II. v. JUDBURY. Huonville II. defeated Judbury last Saturday on the first innings by 117 runs. Scores:— ' JUDBURY. A. Bester, b Grierson . . .... 0 G. Jacobson, c Billings, |b Grier son ........ . . . . . . 8 M. Fletcher, not out . . ... . 51 N. Rimon, c Griffith, b Walton 3 T. Helm, b Wiggins . . . . . . 0 G. Bond, run out . . .... . . 30 H. Bond, b Walton . . ....... 0 C. Townsend, b Walton .. .. 10 M. Cooper, run out .. . . .. . . ' 1 T. Bond, c Jolly, b Edson^. ... 0 E. Rimon, c and b Wiggins . 3 Sundrres .... . . . . . . 9 Total ... . .... . . 121 Bowhng: E. Wiggins, 49-2-10; J. Grrerson, 80-2-15; C. Walton, 562 23; E. Jolly, 24-0-23; D. Walton, 40-1-15; R. Edson, 48-1-22. Second1 Innings. D. Rimon, b D. -Walton . . . . 22 M. Fletcher, c Walton, b Billing 33 N. Rimon, not out .. .. .. .. 39 T. Helm, c Billing, b Edson- . . 1 M. Cooper, not out . ? ? 7 Sundries .. .. .. .. .. 22 Three wickets for . . . . 124 Bowling: J. Grierson, 48*0-21; C. Walton, 40-0-17; D...

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Cricket LAST SATURDAY'S BEST. Batting. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 25 January 1934

Cricket LAST SATURDAY'S BEST. Batting. G. Hansen, Grove . . . . . 155. B. Watson, Franklin . . . . .. . 115 R. Upcher, Dover ? 108 V. Billing, Huonville II ? 106 TJhos. Harriss, Grove ? 86 D. Helm, Glen Huon . . . . ... 74 S. V oss, Glen Huon ....... 74 S. Direen, Wattle Grove .. .... 66 C. Walton, Huonville II. .; 59 D. Calvert, Glen Huon. ? 58 P Upcher, Kent . . .... . ?. . . 55 V. Oakley, Grove . . .... .--. 54 E. Jolly, Huopville II. . . . . . . 49 T. Direen, Wattle Grove .... . . 48 Bowling. M M. Cooper, Judbury ? 5-12 R. Butterworth, Dover . . . 7-20 R. Upcher, Dover ? 5-31 N. Johnston, Franklin . . . . 7-47

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

FRANKLIN FOOTBALL CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. rTHE Annual Meeting of Members of the Franklin Football Club will be held at the Town Hall on WEDNESDAY, 7th February 1934. -Business: To deal with the Annual Report and Balance-sheet. Elect Officers for the next twelve months. Any other business that may be transacted at an Annual General Meeting of Members. ALLAN RICHARDSON, Hon. Secretary. 3ft ' H. A. BKIMBLE General Store, Franklin Where you can buy all HOUSEHOLD AND ORCHARD REQUIREMENTS Sporting Goods — in fact Anything A TRIAL SOLICITED MEW ''HUON ! 9 HUONVILLE I This Saturday | The Greatest Comedy for Months. 1 EDNA MAY OLIVER I and ROSCOE ATES in | 'LADIES 1 OF THE JURY' \i { V (It's a Crime to Miss It) j ? ALSO ? BILL BOYD in ' CARNIVAL BOAT' Full of.Lightning Adtion, Stoutheart ed Romance. A tale of the lumberjacks NOTE:— 'SALLY IN OUR ALLEY' has been postponed until a later date. IDarcy's Bus leaves Franklin at 7.30 'CAVALCADE' IS COMING To New Huon Feb. 10 & 12 Next Saturda...

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

? AGREED. His wife had been on a visit to Paris. On her return they were about to go to a dance when her husband perceived that she was wearing a gorgeous back less dress made in the latest fashion. His remonstrances having no effect, he had to give in and accompany her. At the dance a friend came up to him. 'Hullo, old man,' he said, 'How are you? I could see your wife's back from Paris.' 'Paris! ': muttered the infuriated husband, 'f should think so! You could see it. farther off than that!' The sparseness of population in Can ada and Australia struck me extraor dinarily on coming back from China and Japan. When I asked why there were not settlers in parts of the north of Australia,' I. was told it was not an Englishman's climate. I cannot think . that it will be ultimately wise for us to adopt a dog-in-the-manger policy with regard to those parts of the world that .we possess and cannot develop.— . Dean of Canterbury. 'Did it cure your husband of walk- v ing in bis sleep when you...

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FRANKLIN II. SCORE 4 POINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 25 January 1934

FRANKLIN II. SCORE 4 POINTS. Prolific scoring characterised the match at Cradoc between the local club and Franklin II. At the end of the first day Cradoc had made 101 in their first innings, and Franklin had lost seven wickets for 144. Fred Cameron and Ian Yeates put on 67 for the eighth wicket, the former getting ten boundaries in a score of 44. The innings closed for 181. Cradoc went after the runs on opening their second innings, and with only two wickets down, wiped off their first innings deficiency. H. Slater gave his best exhibition^ of the season in compiling 52 (eight boundaries.) The remaining bats men scored so freely that when the score had reached 254 for the loss of eight wickets, ' the Cradoc captain closed the innings in the hope of dis missing Franklin within 65 minutes, there apparently being no hope of them making over 150 runs, and thereby gaining a 4-pointer. The un expected, however, happened. R. Fulton and A. Medbury opened, and by hard hitting put on 90 in h...

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B GRADE. WATTLE GROVE d. CYGNET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 25 January 1934

B GRADE. WATTLE GROVE d. CYGNET. Wattle Grove defeated Cygnet last Saturday by 59 runs. Scores: — WATTLE GROVE. C. Norris, b W. Coad . . .... 38 S. Direen, c T. Halton, b Mills 66 R. Kube, c Direen, b S. Halton -5 R. Griggs, c J. Direen, b S. Halton ........ .... 13 T. Direen, c C. Cradock, b Coad 48 W. Oakford, c S. Halton, b J. Direen ? ? 32 J. Sturgess, st. F. Direen, b J. Direen ? ? ? 6 H. Jackson, c and b J. Direen . 7 C. Conlon, b J. Direen .... 8 N. Weberley, b W. Coad .... 10 J. Jackson, hot out .... .. 0 Sundries ...... .... 11 Total .. ? ? ? 245 Bowling: S. ? Halton, 104-2-52; W. Coad, 128-3-88; M. Herlihy, 640 28; E. Kube, 16-0-17; H. Mills, 16 1-25; J. Direen, 24-3-24. .CYGNET. T. Halton, b R. Kube ? 19 F. Direen, b R. Kube . . .... 6 S. Halton, b H. Jackson .. .. 40 H. Mills, c T. Direen, b Norris 29 M TTavliViir Vi Nnvris: . . . . . 9 C. Cradock, b Jackson ? ? 4 N. Kube, c and b Norris .... 1 J. O'Rourke, not out ...... 32 J. Direen, b Kube .... .... 0 W. Coad, b Conlo...

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GROVE AND GLEN HUON DRAW. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 25 January 1934

GROVE AND GLEN HUON DRAW. Prolific scoring was the feature of the match-between Grove and' Glen Huon, which ended last Saturday in a draw. Geo. Hansen, for the third time this season, exceeded the coveted century in club matches. This has easily been his best season in the Huon. In eight completed innings he has scored 529 runs (ave rage 68), while in two representa tive matches he scored 54 (retired) and 51. Grove's score of 409 for the loss of nine wickets is claimed to be a ? record' for the Huon Association. Glen Huon were going well with only five wickets down for 279 when time was called. Scores: — GROVE. G. Hansen, c Voss, b Calvert . 155 V. Oakley, c T. Harriss, b Wat son ? ? . 54 W. Plane, c V. Woolley, b Shield . . . . .... . . . . 42 K. Page, c Jacobson, b Calvert 6 A. Woolley, c Calvert, b Shield . 5 T. Harriss, b C. Woolley .... 86 A. Price, b Shield ........ 0 C. Parsons, run out ? ? ? ? 5 Trev. Harriss, c Helm, b Calvert 20 J. Bell, not out . . . . . . . . . ' 19 Sund...

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HUON ASSOCIATION. A GRADE. FRANKLIN v. HUONVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 25 January 1934

HUON ASSOCIATION. A GRADE. FRANKLIN v. HUONVILLE. The match between Franklin and Huonville last Saturday resulted in a win for the former on the first innings by 52 runs. On the first day of the match Huonville had scored 199 in their first innings, and Franklin had lost two wickets for . 144, B. Watson (72) and C. Bayley (19) being the not out men. On resuming the latter added half a dozen singles, and was out lbw to A. Walton. ' Franklin's batting then went to pieces compared with pre vious displays, and the remaining wickets fell rapidly until H. Watson and' Ray Short were associated in a , last wicket stand, in which they added 26 runs. The best bowling was 'undoubtedly that of Ashton Walton, who well deserved his five for 37. Ben Watson carried his score to 115 before he was beaten by a good ball from A. Walton. His score was perfectly made, and in cluded 11 boundai'ies. In their second innings the Huon ville batsmen collapsed similarly to their opponents, until B. Roberts and ...

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High Flying READY FOR BIG EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 25 January 1934

High Flying READY FOR BIG EFFORT. . The Farman F. 1000 monoplane, !known as the 'Flying Safe,' built to explore the Stratosphere, will shortly be tested, and an attempt on the al titude record will be made early in the new year. The design and con i struction of the machine were based ] on the ' accepted principle that the ; higher an aircraft flies the less is the ? atmospheric resistance, and, there- ? fore, given sufficient engine power,1 it will progress at a faster speed than at lower altitudes. The ob- ; ject of this machine was, therefore, not so much to attain a great height as -to achieve, through attaining a, high -altitude, a speed which was considered impossible at ordinary -heights. . The peculiarities of the 'Flying Safe!' are its engine (400 h.p. Farman, fitted with three super 'chargers), the variable pitch air screw, and1 the cabin. The three Rateau 'super-chargers, running at the same speed, can be put into gear ( in succession; the 'first at 16,400 or 19.7001 feet...

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PURCHASING A YOUNG SOW. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 25 January 1934

PURCHASING A YOUNG SOW. The buyer of a young sow intended to be brought up for breeding pur poses should see the dam; if this is not possible, then the purchase should be only made from some pig, breeder who has the reputation of being a good rearer; the extra cost possibly in curred will be more than repaid in the return from the first litter of pigs. The jruuilg BUW UliUStiU SI1UU1U oe 01 gOOQ size and quality, light in the forequar ters, and have at least twelve teats evenly placed, and commencing as nearly as possible behind the forelegs. Many sows have teats of varying size; others have so-called blind teats. Avoid these, as they will only lead to the starvation and death of the unfortun . ate piglings which select these teats for their own. Be certain that the dam is prolific and a good suckler and milker; these qualities are very im portant, and are also hereditary to a great extent. The hair, the skin, the bone should all be fine, as well as the quality of flesh with these p...

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THE REJECT EXPORT APPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 25 January 1934

THE REJECT EXPORT APPLES. It is an extraordinary circum stance that in the list of apples al lowed' to be exported, one or two varieties' which up-to-date fruit growers have - long ago cut out of their orchards should' be allowed for export overseas, -while other first class commercial varieties like Wel lingtons and Hollow Crowns are rtwiiff or! TVio moffov ? Viae* Kaon brought under the notice of Senator Grant by the secretary of the Frank lin branch of the Agricultural Bureau, in the hope that the Minis ter for Commerce may -see. fit to bring about an .amendment of the ' regulations allowing these two welli known varieties to be exported. i

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

COMPENSATIONS. By a Naturalist. Most people regard a mouse as a creature to be avoided, but if we aban don prejudice for a few moments and examine with critical eye almost any mouse, we will find rather a handsome little animal with a soft, pleading ex pression in its bright eyes. There are many species of mice in this country, the best known being the common house-mouse. In fields and woods we find a closely related spe cies ? known as the long-tailed field mouse, which is often mistaken for the mouse found in our homes. It can, however, be distinguished by its longer tail, its warm,, reddish-brown back, pure white under-parts, with a brown or yellow spot in the middle of the chest. . This pretty little animal lias the name of mus sylvaticus, and the spe cies is divided into nineteen sub species. Of these, five are found in Great Britain and Ireland to-day, while fossil remains of a sixth species hova hofln rlicnmrorftfl in TTonf of the sub-species is found only in the islands of B...

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Export Apples VARIETIES FOR OVERSEAS TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 25 January 1934

Export Apples VARIETIES FOR OVERSEAS TRADE. ^ ;By a proclamation which was pub lished in the Commonwealth 'Gazette' last Thursday, the expor tation from Australia of apples other than! the following classes is pro hibited: — DESSERT VARIETIES. Australian Beauty, of 21 to 21 inch diameter; Adam's Pearmain 2 to 23; Aromatic, 2\ to 22; Cleopatra, 21 to 23; Cox's Orange Pippin, 2 to 23; Crofton, 2 to 23; Delicious, 21 to 23; Dougherty, 21 to 23; Graven stein, 21 to 23; Geeveston Fanny, 21 to 23; Jonathan, 2 to 23; King David, 21 to 23; King Pippin, 2 to 23; Lalla, 21 to 22; Newtown Pippin, 21 to 22; Pomme de Nei^e, 2 to 23; Ribston Pippin, 21 to 22; Roke wood, 21 to 22 ; Scarlets, 21 to 23 ; Shoreland1 Queen, 21 to 23; States man, 21 to 23; Stone Pippin, 21 to 23; Sturmer, 21 to 23; Worcester [Pearmain, 2 to 23; Yates, 2 to 23. I CULINARY VARIETIES. i Alfriston, 21 to 31; French Crab, j 21 to 3; London Pippin, 2h to 3; iMobbs Codlin, 21 to 3; Prince Al- ? ' fred, 2i to 31; Reinette Du C...

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

... BUSY. An extra porter had been taken on * , at the seaside station to cope with the rush of holiday makers. The station master was outlining his duties. 'First of all,' he said, 'you'll start ( on number one platform. Then go over the bridge to platform number * two and sweep out the booking-office, my room, and the general waiting room. Make sure that all the fire buckets are filled, and give the plat form a good sweeping. After 'that come over the bridge and ? ' 'Sweep the snow off number one platform?' put in the porter. 'But there isn't any snow op num- ; V ber one platform. ' „ .. 'There will be by the time I've fin ished the other jobs.' * -

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PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 25 January 1934

PRODUCE MARKET. Messrs W. T. Thorpe Pty. Ltd. sold by auction in their mart last Friday: — Butter, 6d to 9d; cream, 5/ to 12/ dozen; greengages, 1/6 to 2/ case; rhubarb, 4d to 5d bunch; cherries, 5/6 case; eggs, 71d to 8 id; apples, 2/3 case, apricots, 3/ to 4/ case; raspberries, 6d punnet; cabbages, 1/ dozen; pumpkins, 6d to 9d each; beetroot, 1/ dozen bunches; mar rows, 2d to 6d' each; potatoes, 2/ to 3/6 case; parsnips, 1/3 dozen bunches; carrots, 1/3 doz. bunches; onions, lOd to 1/ small bag; beans, 1/6 to 2/ small bag; peas, 4/6 bushel; beef, Id to 6£d; pork, 51d to 7Jd; mutton, 3Jd- to 6d; veal, Id to Gd; lamb, 5£d to 8d'; fresh sausages, 3d to 4d; Belgium sausage, 6 id to 8Jd. ? Live poultry. — Ducks, 4/ to 5/9 pair; cockerels, 3/ to 6/ ; roos ters, 4/ to 4/6; fowls, 4/9; hens, 3/ to 5/9; turkeys, 19/. Dressed poultry.— Fowls, 2/6 to 5/3 pair; ducks, 5/ -to 5/9. Travellers .on board British ships :run. so . little risk 'of death from fire that it works out at less than .00000...

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A PALACE OF OLD JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 25 January 1934

A PALACE OF OLD JAPAN. For over a thousand years Kyoto was the capital of Japan, and nowhere else in the country are there to be found so many palaces and temples , rich in historic association of the an | cient life of the Empire. One of these, the Nijo Palace, dating ' from 1569. is famous as a unique speci men of feudal architecture. Before we could be shown over this palace, a permit had to be obtained, which was, however, readily granted. After a short wait, the guide ap peared; a very dignified, high-born' Japanese, whose expression plainly showed that he had nothing but scorn for these 'light-eyed foreigners' who came sight-seeing with guide books and Kodaks. When he found we. were really appreciative of the beauty and grandeur of his beloved Palace, he un bent and told us much of interest that we should never have found out for ourselves. Opening from long corridors were the bare ante, reception, audience, and sleeping chambers of a former dy nasty. The eternal' silence, bro...

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