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BOOSTING TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934
BOOSTING TASMANIA. There is no. doubt that the Tas manian Tourist Association has done a great deal in attracting people fi om all over the Commonwealth to Tasmania during the tourist season, and much good work, has been accom plished by the Publicity Committee, of which Mr Frank Mussared is chairman. Mr Mussared will be leaving Hobart on Saturday for Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne, on a business trip, and will take the opportunity of boosting the scenic attractions of this State, with a view to giving a fillip to the tourist trade during Easter. . Mr Mussared pro poses to give a series of brief _ talks on Tasmania 'over the air,' similar to those he has. given, recently from 7ZL on Canada and South Africa. The best broadcasting station will be selected, and by this method he will reach a quarter , of a million people in the three States, who will find these talks' of the greatest interest.
Fashion Forecasts PARISIAN DESIGNS CREATED for paramount Picture STARS "CURVACIOUS" DIET FOR ACTRESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934
^JasliionFjoreoasts / PARISIAN DESIGNS CREAJEDjw I ^paramount CPicliwe STARS 1 EXCLUSIVE TO 1L ' THE HUOiJ TIMES.' — ij' ? ? 'CURVACIOUS' DIET FOR i . ACTRESSES. With Mae West curves sweeping into fashion and ? healthy feminity j returning, a special strengthening - diet was formulated by Richard' Kline, trainer of all Paramount stars. I 'Thin women tire easily, become ill | frequently, and lack the vitality of | their more naturally developed sis ters,' Kline declares. The physical instructor, is in charge of the training table of Dorothy Wilson and other girls who do vigorous swimming. and rowing scenes in Charles R. ' Rogers school drama, 'Eight Girls in a - Boat,' which Richard : Wallace is ; directing. Kline's menu builds strength and curves . without causing fat to form if normal exercise' is taken each day. He also recommends a quart of milk and 10 to 15 glasses of water daily. The diet: 1 I Breakfast: Stewed or fresh fruit or citrus juice, bran' type cereal, whole wheat or b...
SAWMILLER INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934
SAWMILLER INJURED. While working at a sawmill at Guiiien Island Creek last Thursday morning Thomas Turnbull caught his hand on a saw, and lacerated it extensively. He was admitted to the Hobart Public Hospital, and is making satisfactory progress to wards recovery. 'Husbands are invariably to blame for matrimonial disputes,' said Judge Morsehauser after 28 years on the New York Supreme Court Bench
WHITE CARACUL COAT, BERET FOR SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934
WHITE CARACUL COAT, ; BERET FOR SPORTS. From Hollywood, ; fast. gaining on Paris as a style centre, come some interesting tit-bits of fashion news. For example, Raquel Torres, '.who plays a leading role in the new comedy which the 'Four Marx Bros, are making for Paramount, entitled 'Duck Soup,' inaugurates an ' ef fective sports fashion with1 her choice of a silky, full length white caracul coat and a white beret for wearing over dark wool sports frocks. For her hours away from the set where she is making 'Catherine the Great,' Marlene Dietrich has had Travis Ban ton, Paramount's stylist, design, a number of rich velvet gowns, leav ening the richness with severely simple starched linen collars that hug the high neckline and make a nun like drama for her interesting face. Adi-ienne Ames returned from New ./York, where .she spent more than ja. '.week collecting a new ward robe? ''She made her 'first appear ance in- a frock of sheer black crepe with military and' wide appearing shoulde...
STARS PAY PENALTY FOR FAME [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934
STARS. PAY PENALTY FOR FAME Hollywood always exacts its pen alty for name and fame. Take the fashionably dressed actress, for ex amples—the star , who is noted as such, and on whom the fans expect to see the latest and most perfect creations. What chance has she to i lead an ordinary life? Would she dare appear on the screen in any thing commonplace, Of course not. - 'When.. I design clothes for Clau dette Colbert,' says Travis Banton, noted-styl.e- expert at the Paramount studio, 'the gowns must' be abso lutely flawless. Together we study the desig%for hours, striving for a greater degree of beauty and perfec tion. „ Even ? after the dress is com pleted,j; Gl'audette will don it, and again live'll scan it for any touch here oivthere which might improve it.' . .A star who/' is noted -'for- her un usual and beautiful creations . must always figure ' on -'at least a week more in preparing for- a new picture than does a player who wears, just the ? ordinary type frock, Banton says. ;In...
APPLE CROP PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934
APPLE CROP PROSPECTS. * | ' ? . . . i .The present has proved an outof the-ordinary season ?for. apple and pear growers, and is presenting problems that have only appeared in; milder forms in the past. The ex traordinary low rainfall for the past three months is, the most remarkable occurrence in weather vagaries that fruitgrowers' 'have had to contend, with in this- State, . and will add considerably to the knowledge .of those engaged in primary produc tion, though possibly at the expense of their banking accounts — for the present, at' all events. During the past 95 days the total, rainfall in the Huon has only amounted to 3 inches 7 points— barely a third of the ave rage fall for this period of the year. Such a departure from normal con ditions is bound to have an influence on the growth of crops, and the oc currence of insect and fungus pests. With regard to the growth of the fruit crops, it is inevitable that the early estimates will fall short in every variety, but there will ...
At the Theatres HIS MAJESTY'S. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934
At the Theatres HIS MAJESTY'S. Joy-filled 1934 entertainment, splashed with , sunshine, radiant with romance, merry music, lilting laugh ter, brilliant spectacle, thrilling ad ventures, and gay, . gorgeously gowned senoritas. That's ' A Southern Maid,' British Interna tional Pictures elaborate screen ver sion of the famous musical comedy romance of sunny Spain, which comes to His Majesty's Theatre on Saturday. Produced on a majestic scale the stage could never hope to emulate, 'A Southern Maid' co stars Hollywood's .beautiful Bebe Daniels and Britain's 'matinee idol,' Clifford Mollison, and together they make a great team. The play, ''A Southern Maid,' which is- familiar to theatre patrons the world over, lends itself admirably to the medium of the screen. All the favorite musical numbers of the play, such as 'My Way of Love,' 'Cigarette,' and 'My Southern Maid,' are in corporated in the screen story, add ing to its teeming entertainment de lights. Britain's rubber-faced comedian, L...
DERWENT VALLEY Social, Sporting, Industrial SHOCKING TRAGEDY. THREE WORKMEN ELETROCUTED. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934
DERWENT VALLEY f ? .f Social, Sporting, Industrial 1 (By Special Correspondents) SHOCKING TRAGEDY. THREE WORKMEN ELETRO CUTED. On Saturday afternoon the largest gathering ever witnessed in New Nor folk was present at the combined funeral of Richard Cordwell Har rison, aged 45 years; ' Athol James Sutton, aged 53 years; and Charles Edward Shaw, who, whilst shifting a derrick, at Sorell Creek on Friday last were electrocuted through the steel cable of the derrick coming into contact with the electric cables, carrying 11,000 volts. ? - The : bodies were taken to St. Mathew's Church, and the Rev. H. C. Brammall conducted a short ser vice, touching on the tragic circum stnaces in which the three unfortu nate men lost their lives. Mr C. fWilby (district foreman of the Hydro-Electric Department), con veyed the coffins in his motor.truck to the. New Norfolk cemetery, where the .bodies were buried side by . side in - three separate graves. ' ' Thirty-four motor 'vehicles, and over 200 pedest...
A. and P. E. Council METHOD OF FINANCING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934
A. and P. E. Council METHOD OF FINANCING. At the meeting of the State Fruit Advisory Board' last Tuesday, Mr P. W. Harrison referred1 to the method of financing the Apple and Pear Export Council, and) which was also dealt with in last week's issue of this journal, ; Mr Harrison said that provision had been made for the return of amounts of less than £60 collected from the gd levy per case on over seas fruit to each of the States from which the money was received. This ment that Tasmania and Victoria wei'e the only ones who contributed towards the upkeep of the Council; He maintained that each State should contribute to the fund in. proportion to the amount of fruit it shipped overseas. It this were not done it was possible, that this coming season Tasmania would ba compelled to find the whole of the cost of the upkeep of the Council. He moved — 'That the present method of finan cing the Australian Apple and Pear Export Council is unsatisfactory, and I should be reviewed; that steps ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934
Good News for Fruitgrowers ! I The Famous CUTLER Grader | Recognised as the Most Efficient Machine of its kind in the principal fruitgrowing countries of the World, is -now MADE IN AUSTRALIA Growers intending to place an order for 'this machine are purged to do so immediately, to facilitate deliveries, which will be made strictly ; in order of rotation. Prices, Sizes, and Terms on application to the Tastnanian Agents. ROBT. NETTLEFOLD PTY. LTD. HOBART AND LAUNCESTON n C. P. SKINNER, Huonville, Huon Representative. 1 4 i ? „ . ? ? ? . ? ? ? ? ? : INTERNATIONAL JfTI v . - ^1 MOTOR TRUCKS ? =j ? ? ? REDUCED PRICES! * ^ ^ MODEL D1 (Cha sis Only) — 6-Cyiinder; 113 inch wheel base ; capacity,: 18 cwt. £290 (including Sales Tax) I MODEL A2 (Chassis Only) — 4-Cylinder; 136 inch wheel base; capacity, 30/40 cwt. £431 (including Sales Tax) -I MODEL A2 (Chassis On'y)— 4-Cylinder; 160 inch wheel base; capacity, 30/40 cwt. £456 (including Sales Tax) . MODEL B3 (Chassis Only)— 6-Cylinder; lfiO inc...
Sporting Notes CRICKET NEW NORFOLK II. d. LOWER DERWENT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934
r ffiriTfirfF-'gJ-1' 'nwlfftTrr' ' Sporting Notes CRICKET NEW NORFOLK II. d. LOWER DERWENT. New Norfolk B Grade defeated Lower Derwent last Saturday by 60 runs. G. Fletcher and M. Lewis put on 90. 'in breezy ,stylev before they weiis aepaiaiuu. ouulcs;— | LOWER DERWENT. j C. Eiszele, c Edwards, .b Hay . . .. 13 D. Wills, b G. . Fletcher . . .. 30 J. Young, b D.. Hill . : .. .. 13! A. Cripps, c and b D, Hill .. 6 A. Tracey, c Wiggins, b Swann . 15 W. Doran, b D. Hill .... . . 9 W. Young, b D. Hill . - . . .. ,4 E. Ransley, b D. Hill . . .. .. 0 A.. Ransley, st. Smith, b Swann . 0 R. Young, b Swann ? , , 0 F. Triffitt, not out . . .... . . 2 . Sundries . . . . . . . . . 17 : Total . . . . . . . . . .109 ' Bowling: M. Hay, 40-1-24; D. Hill, 56-5-37; G. Fletcher, 16-1-16; V. Swann, 32-3*5. ? NEW' NORFOLK. R. Fuller, run out . . ... ..14 G; Fletcher, c Eiszele, b Ransley 47 M. Lewis, b Ransley . . .. .. 50 V. SKvann, b Ransley . .. .. 0 E. Fuller, c Wills, b Eiszele . .14 R. Wiggins, st....
NEW NORFOLK POLICE COURT. CHARGES OF ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934
NEW NORFOLK POLICE COURT. CHARGES OF ASSAULT. At the New Norfolk Police Court on Monday, before the Warden (Mr Andrews) and Mr G. Matheson, Js.P., Thomas Cranfield, of Glen . Fern, pleaded not guilty to having on January 6th assaulted Edward Robt. uiarK. . Clark was represented by Mr J, H. Dixon, and the defendant con ducted his own -5ase. Edward Robert -Clark stated that he was fruit picking on Mr W. Cranfi eld's property at Glen Fern, and Thomas Cranfield, son of W. i Cranfield, came along and started 'slurring' about men belting their wives. Clark remarked, 'Go on, you are only slurring,' and Cranfield answered, 'You have nothing to talk1 about, you belt your wife ; get up,- or I will stick the boot in.' Clark got up and untied his fruit tin, and when he looked away Cranfield struck him on the jaw. Cranfield later said he would 'get' witness and give him some more. Witness and his wife, who has only one leg, walked 7» miles to New Norfolk because . they felt their lives were in d...
D GRADE. MOUNTAIN RIVER d. GROVE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934
D GRADE. MOUNTAIN RIVER d. GROVE. The match between Mountain River and Grove last Saturday provided a very exciting finish. When the last of the former team's batsmen went in six runs were needed, and it took four overs before they were got. After that runs came freely, chiefly through loose bowling, and the partnership put on 76 runs. Scores: — ? MOUNTAIN RIVER. L. Krause, c T. Page, b A. Har riss .... .'. ........ 28 T. Oates, c and b G. Page . . .1 11 D. Oates, b G. Page . . j .... 6 Terry Oates, run out .. .. .. 52 C. Oates, st. C. Woolley .... 13 T. Doyle, b A. Harriss ?? .... 3 D. Schmidt, b A. Harriss .... 0 A. Oates, b A. Harriss ...... 4 R. Armstrong, c G„ Page, b R. Lamph . . .... ?? ?? ?? 1® J. Schmidt, b, A. Harriss . . ... 0 H. Carr, not out . . . . .... .. 56 Sundries ? ? ? 14 Total . . ./.. .. ... 203 Bowling: A.' Harriss, 152-5-165; G. Page, 120-2-87; D. Calvert, 560 17; R. Lamph, 32-1-11; F. Barwick, 32-0-16; T. Page, 16-0-5; S. Tuffin, 16-0-13; W. Coombes, 16-0-14....
Coming Events [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934
Coming Events Feb. 3 — Dance, Ranelagh Memorial Hall (Huonville Rowing Club) . Feb. 13— Children's -Annual Ball, : Cygnet' Town Hall. Feb. 27 — Bush Nursing Ball, Cyg net Town Hall. ' MEETINGS. ! Feb. 7— Annual meeting Franklin ? Football Club. ' Feb. 12 — Monthly ' meeting Huon Municipal Council. Feb. 21 — Monthly meeting Esper ance Municipal Counlcil, Geeves ton. THE Huon & Derwent Times THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1934.
Sporting Notes SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934
Sporting Notes SWIMMING. No swimming or -diving competi tions will be held during the week end! by the Franklin Swimming Club, as most of the officials will be in Hobart in connection with the Lin disfarne and Hobart regattas. It has been decided to hold the next competitions' in diving and swim ming on Thursday, 8th February, commencing at about 7 p.m.
CHURCH NOTICES. FRANKLIN— [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934
CHURCH NOTICES. ( . FRANKLIN— ; ? Methodist — Franklin, 11; Castle, Forbes, '3; Glen Huon, 7.30; Rev. F. A. Plumb! ' Franklin, 7 ; -Mr V. ! Griggs. : . j . Church of England, Sexagesima.— ; St. Peter's, 9 a.m.; St. James, 11 1 a.m.; Mountain River, 3 p.m.; . St. j John's, 7 p.m. ? Rev. Ian ? J. B. ' Macdonald, Rector. I ESPERANCE— Church of England — Catamaran, ; 11; Leprena, 2; Lune River, 4; Dover, 7; Rev. S. F. L. Clougher. ? j GEEVESTON— . ! Congregational ? Geeveston, 11 j and1 7 ; Shipwrights, 3 ; Rev. J. F. ' Dickinson. Caii-ns Bay, 2.30; Mr, J. W. Studley. Surges Bay, 3.30; ; Mr A. Hammond. , | Church of England— Geeveston, ' 11 and 7 (distribution of Sunday School prizes) ;- Hospital Bay, 3. Rev. J. D. S. Daish. ' , CYGNET — ? Catholic — Masses, Cygnet, . 8.30 and 11. Devotions, Pelverata, 3 p.m.; Cygnet, 7.30 p.m.; Rev. A. Cullen, P.P.v Church of England — Cygnet, 8, 11 and 7; Lymington, 3; Rev. C. C. Robertson.'