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ROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934

ROWING. I The Franklin Club have three crews in training for the Hobart and Lindisfarne regattas. They will compete in four events at each re gatta — Maiden Eights, Maiden- Fours, Junioi-Senior Fours, and Senior Fours. All the crews are training regularly, and expect to make a good showing. Huonville for the same regattas have entered for the Junior-Senior Fours, Junior Eights, Maiden Fours, and Junior Championship Fours. These ci-ews . are also, showing impres sive* form, and' should pull off at least two of the events in which they are competing.

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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TENNIS. ESPERANCE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934

tennis! ESPERANCE ASSOCIATION. The following are the results of matches played on Saturday, Jan uary 2tfth:- — Geeveston d Port Huon II., 6 sets to 3. Gane's d. Port Huon I., 5 sets to 4. Cairns Bay d. Liverpool I., 6 sets to 3. Kermandie d. Liverpool II., 7 sets to 2. . Next Saturday's play will finish the second round of1 matches, and as yet every position of the final four teams is in doubt from minor 'pre- miers, to who shall fill fourth place. Present positions are as follows: — ? P. W. L. Pts. Cairns Bay. .. .. 11 9 2 18 Gane's .. .. .. 11 9 2 18 Kermandie . . . . 11 7 ,4 14 Port Huon I. .... 10 6 4 12 Liverpool I. .. .. 11 6 5 12 Geeveston . . . . 11 4 7 8 Port Huon II. ... 11 2 9 4 Liverpool II. .. v. 10' 0 10 0

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Apples and Pears DESCRIPTION OF GRADES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934

Apples and Pears DESCRIPTION OF GRADES. As has been previously announced Plain Grade apples will not be per mitted for export overseas this com ing season, but Plain Grade pears may be exported. The variations in the different grades are as fol low: — apecial' uraae -ror Appies ana Pears. — Apples or pears described as 'special' shall consist of sound, clean, well-formed apples or pears, of one size and one variety, free from broken skins and from disease. Superficial blemishes caused by hail marks or limb rubs shall not be air lowed to a greater extent than. 5 per cent, (by number) of the total fruit in any case. The fruit shall be of good color for the variety. None of the fruits shall be less than 2J inches in diameter. . 'Stan-diu-d' Grade for Apple and Pears. — Apples or pears described as 'standard' shall consist of sound, clean, well-formed apples or pears, of one size and one variety, free from' broken skins, and not seriously blemishec} or' injured by any disease, but fruit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934

TO FRUITGROWERS W. MUSGROVE & SON Licensed Farm Produce Agent, 8 CITY MARKETS, QUAY STREET, SYDNEY WE SOLICIT A SHARE OF YOUR FAVOURS. AND WILL TRY TO GIVE YOU SATISFACTION. . ' RELIABLE ADVICE FREELY GIVEN ON ALL FRUIT MATTERS ESTABLISHED 1900. SHIPPING No. 53. APPLES! APPLES! TASMANIAN GROWERS, MEET H. C. LOCK ART LICENSED FARM PRODUCE AGENT. , Who will be pleased to sell your Apples on the Sydney Market at best market rates and give you prompt returns. ? By marking your Cases 238 t^lere will be no need to worry. You will be sure of having done the right thing. H. C. LOCKART, CITY FRUIT MARKETS, SYDNEY GUARANTEED BY FIDELITY BOND OF £1000. THE GROWERS' FRIEND. - H. J. GREENTREE ' J WHO PAYS THE RIGHT PRICE FROM THE OPENING TO THE CLOSE OF THE SEASON. FRUTT MERCHANT, MUNICIPAL MARKETS, - SYDNEY. 228 SHIPPING NO. 228 References: Any of our Clients anywhere. THE MAN WHO GETS HIGH PRICES FOR YOUR FRUIT. HERB. WILSON'S Marketing Methods .. Excel all those shown by the rest in t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934

- . ' .' ' ' ? ,1 GROWERS ! Your, Overseas Consignment Fruit.. ^ j 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 on , ; the- Continent: ' ' ' . * '? v. v ' '( \ j' - v: ' ' Brand -now for all ; United Kingdom ports. -? No. 4(64 For the Continent -r - --No. 815 Catalogues issued, and jStencils supplied Free on application. The Port Huon Fruitgrowers' ^ V CO-OP. ASSN. LTD. DAVEY ST., . HOBART. Plione 5031. WE : INVITE CONSIGNMENTS OF FRUIT FOR LONDON, LIVERPOOL, HULL, GLASGOW, HAMBURG, and other : Markets. / \ ? v ' j .V - ?' ? - * , ' . ' ? ; . , You will find our Agents efficient and reliable. We ask' you to give them a trial and see for yourself. 'SHIPPING NUMBER 328 V T. fcOSS-WALKERr Pty. ' Ltd. ' - 105, MACQUARIE STREET, HOBART v'' » FRUITGROWERS. CONSIGN YOUR FRUIT TO ,N ' J. AND H. GOODWIN LTD. FOR, BETTER DISTRIBUTION AND BETTER PRICES. ESTABLISHED;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934

Jl''' ii-iTVi'i-Ti I I B— Hill UTTTBOTM^Mmn— IBIMIfflTlWirmilBIW ?MMMi—l — — ? ?^—^—1 ?' - GREAT REGATTA W EEK ATTR ACTION . JESSE L. LASKY'S Brilliant Production, 'The Power and the Clory' Starring COLLEEN MOORE and SPENCER TRACY 1 You will remember this film just as long as you remembered 'The Ten Commandments.' SUPPORTING- FEATURE — The British , Drama, , The Edgar Wallace Th'iller— 'THE RASP' , - ? ? ' HI ? ? ? ? ? Saturday, February IOth GEORGE O'BRIEN in 'LIFE IN THE RAW'' Herbert Mundin, Joan Bennett, James Dunn in 'ARIZONA TO BROADWAY' Zasu Pitts and Thelma Todd in 'SNEAK EASILY' ? ? ? llllllllllllllllI1lll!1JII!tlllIlllllllllllllll!llllllllll|llllllll!lllllllllIllllll!lllll!!IlllllllllllllIllllllIIII|IIUI|limil Saturday, February 17 th George Arliss in 'The Working Man' Its lllllllllltlMllllllllttMllltllllllttlllttlllltllll tllllt mil ttlllllllllllllltllllllllll till tllllllll till till ttllllltllllllltlllltt USUI tlllllllllllltllllllllllMlllllllllllllltltllllllllllllllllll...

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Cricket HUON ASSOCIATION. A GRADE. FRANKLIN v. GROVE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934

Cricket HUON ASSOCIATION. A GRADE. FRANKLIN v. GROVE. Franklin, batting first at Grove last Saturday, compiled the large . score of 388 for seven wickets. W. A. Fitzpatrick and B. Watson were largely responsibe for this. The former's score of 122 included nine teen 4's and one 6. He treated the spectators to some magnificcent cover drives. B. Watson's score was made up from shots all around the wicket. His score included fourteen 4's. Scores: — FRANKLIN. N. Johnston, run out ? 7 B. Watson, c C. Parsons, b V. Oakley, ? ? ? ? . 113 K. Price, c C. Parsons, b T. r Harriss . . ? ? ? - . , 26 C. Bayley, b V. Oakley . . . . 38 W. A. Fitzpatrick, run out . .122 W. Darcy, b T. Harriss .. .. 9. F. Pepler, b T. Harriss . . ... 36 ' L. Barry, not out . . . . . . . 13 H. Watson, riot out . : . . .... . 10. Sundries ........... 14 Seven wickets for ... . . 388 Bowling: T. Harriss, 184-3-107; ' A. Woolley, 88-0-70; G. Hansen, 40 0-49; Trevor Harriss, 72-0-54; V. Oakley, 120-2-71; J. Bell, 8-0-16.<...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 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 TpOR Sale, one Stove 2ft. 6in., few i months use, good as new; sac rifice, £2 12s 6d. M. Doyle, Dover. | TTOR Sale, cheap, one Double Bed--| stead, with Wire Mattress.] Miller, Franklin. ? . i |70R Sale, eight Canaries, £1. , Ap- i ply. E. M. Roberts,, South Frank- 1 lin. Phone 55. j (RENT'S All Wool Cream Pullovers, i with Blue and Gold bands; sale price, 9/11. Gent's .All Wool' Ribbed Half Hose, : 1/6 pair. At Tynan's. rj.ENT'&amp; Athletic. Singlets, 1/6 each. Gent's Extra Heavy Athletic Singlets, 1/11 each. At Tynan's. JTUON Exercise Books, ? single and double line, 3d and 6d each. 'Huon Times.' TTEAVY ; Weight .Black .Italian Cloth, 54in. wide, 1/11 yard. Heavy weight Unbleached Sheeting, 72in. wide, 1/11 yaid. Unbleached Sheeting, 54in. wide, 1/ yard. At Tynan's. CALE, Carpet Square, 12ft. x 9ft. 6in., in good order,...

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B GRADE. WATTLE GROVE v. FRANKLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934

B GRADE. WATTLE GROVE v. FRANKLIN. Wattle Grove, after getting Franklin out for only 137, and los ing one wicket for 76 last Saturday, placed .themselves in a very strong position. The fielding of Wattle Grove was largely responsible for the cheap dismissal of Franklin. B. McMullen, of Franklin, was the only batsman to make a good stand. The .fielding of Franklin was very poor, several chances being dropped, other wise they would have been in a much better position. Scores:- — FRANKLIN. R. Fulton, c T. Direen. b R. Kube 7 D. Watson, run out . . . . . . 1 A. Medbury, b C. Norris .... 3 W. Price, b R. Kube .. .. .. 23 B. McMullen, not out . . .... 63 W. Strang, c T. Direen, b Jack son ? ...... 10 F. Cameron, c S. Direen* b R. Kube . . ........ . . 9 I. Yeates, c W.. Cakford, b R. Kube . ... . . . .' ....?' 0 R. McMullen, b T. Direen . . .. 3 V. Payne,, st. Sturgess, b R. Kube 1 V. Rooke, b T- Direen ? 0 Sundries . .... .. 17 Total .. .. ? .. 137 Bowlinig: C. Norris, 48-1-22; R. Kube, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934

J. E. MITTY DENTIST, FRANKLIN ' May be Consulted daily,., the 'fol- lowing dates excepted1:— HUONVILLE— Picnic , Hotel, .every . Tuesday, 1.30 till 5 p.m. ? v CYGNET — Every ! Thursday (Old Bank Chambers), 10.30 a.m. to i 4.30 p.m. DOVER — ' St. Elmo,' Feb. 9, 10 . - a.m. till 4 p.m. , GEEVESTON — 'Hillcrest,' Feb. 2, .? 10 a.m. till 5 p.m. SOUTHPORT— Every fourth Satur day. Next .visit, Saturday,' Feb. 10. ' ' 'Phone: 3 Franklin: ALTERATION IN TARIFF. In addition to the usual Table i 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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NEW HUON EPIC OF EMPIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934

- NEW HUON | EPIC OF EMPIRE. In 'Cavalcade' Noel Coward has I woven three romances into the pat tern of his tapestry record of the march of the generation. The first romance is one between husband and wife, a rather unique departure in these days when martial infidelities supply the theme, for so many dramas. It is this romance of the Marryots enduring through the trials and vicissitudes of the chaotic past thirty years that is said to add much power and strength to 'Cavalcade..' The second romance starts with a boy and. girl affair between the older .-on and Edith, the daughter of Mrs Marryot's friend. It culminates in' a happy honeymoon, fated for a tragic termination when the Titanic, on which they are passengers, goes down in mid- Atlantic. The third is a modern-day sort of affair between young Joe Marryot, proud and handsome in his officer's uni form, and j Fanny Bridges, a dancer, who is the toast of London, but whose parents formerly were ser vants of the Marryots. Their affa...

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THE PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934

THE PRINCE. A new leading lady, who has leaped to the forefront in picture work in the last year, and said to be one of the most promising players of the screen, will appear opposite Wil liam Powell in the Warner Bros, picture, 'Private Detective 62,'. which opens at the Prince of Wales. Theatre on Saturday. It is Mar garet Lindsay, who made her first big hit in 'Cavalcade.' Her work in 'Private Detective 62' was so outstanding that Warner Bros, at once placed her under a long term contract as a featured player. Miss Lindsay is one of the most artistic performers on the screen, and her work in 'Private Decective 62' is said to show a finish and smooth ness rarely found in so young a player. .' Edna May Oliver plays one of the most important roles of 'It's Great To Be Alive,' the Fox film musical comedy, which is the as sociated feature, and' .which intro duces Raul Roulien as a star on the American screen. Miss Oliver has been on the stage nearly all her life, first as an opera sing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934

DAIRYMEN! GET YOUR BUTTER WRAPS PRINTED AT THE 'HUON TIMES' OFFICE.

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DIPPING OF SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934

DIPPING OF SHEEP. Representation has been made to the executive of the Bureau on be half of. the Dunorlan branch, that I a number of sheep owners during the j past year have been penalised through exposing tick infected sheep | for sale. It has been suggested that I the attention of Bureau members be drawn , to the necessity of seeing that their sheep are properly dipped after shearing, and that careful attention to this matter will save future trouble for themselves and subse quent purchasers. Where there are no dipping facilities in the district it is suggested that the, matter might! well be discussed at Bureau meetings | with the object of seeing what could 1 be ? done to provide a' suitable dip. | ? ? -I

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BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934

BOWLING. - . A meeting of members of the Huon Bowling Club will be held at the Franklin Town Hall this even ing. The secretary reports that a sufficient number of members have sielned: the guarantee safeguarding the ratepayers against the necessity for a rate being imposed to meet any charges for the half-yearly re payment of interest and sinking fund. It was never intended that the ratepayers should be liable for such a payment, but an impression had been created through a formal declaration of an area that a rate would be struck to meet such charges. The reason why it is pro posed to raise the money by a ten years' loan from the Hobart Savings Bank through the municipal council, is that the money is got on much better terms by this means than by an ordinary loan or overdraft. With the signed guarantee of at least 25 ratepayers to accept full responsi bility for the payments, the council is fully protected against default by the club. It is hoped that_ as a result of to-night's mee...

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SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934

SWIMMING. | ? . Taking advantage of the great in terest that was shown in the life saving exhibition given at the Huon regatta on New Years' Day, Mr J. Sharp, who organises this portion of the programme every year, ad dressed those present on tne aesira bility of more interest being taken locally in swimming, diving, and saving the apparently drowned. He gave some interesting information regarding the work of the Tasmanian Swimming and Life Saving Society, and offered to assist any club formed in the Huon in any possible way. Apparently the seed sown has al ready borne fruit, for much interest has since been taken in the swimming club at Franklin, weekly contests taking place, and many beginner's have commenced to learn the art of swimming and diving. As a further indication of its interest in the sport the Tasmanian Swimming Club have sent a copy of the book issued by the Royal Life Saving Society of England to the Franklin Club, giv ing explicit instructions and1 illustra tions on...

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Export of Apples REFRIGERATED SPACE AND FREIGHT PROBLEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934

Export of Apples j REFRIGERATED SPACE AND FREIGHT PROBLEMS. (By W. E. SHOOBRIDGE.) , j I wish to condemn most emphati cally the decision of the Apple and Pear Council — ' All apples and pears exported must! be,, in refriger ated space approved by the Aus tralian Overseas Transport 'Associa tion.' ! ' I have kept records of tempera ture and humidity for more than 50 years, with standard selfr-recording Kew registered thermometers; which have been tested and approved by the Weather Bureau, and- found for the months of March, April and May (the apple -export season) , that the mean shade temperature was 54 deg. (the Hobart mean is 55 deg.), rang ing from 35 deg. to 85 deg. in a single day, and our export apples will keep perfectly. The mean humidity 0.74. I was the pioneer of the apple expoi't trade, and have shipped every year since 1881, and have travelled1 twice on fruit boats, watch ing the conditions of the apples on the ,, voyage, and. . Instate most em phatically that it is not ...

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Improved Position NATIONAL MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934

Iriiproved Position ' ? , 7 I NATIONAL MUTUAL LIFE AS SOCIATION. The annual report of the directors of _ the National Mutual Life As sociation of Australasia Ltd., pre sented at. the annual meeting in Mel bourne, stated that during, the year ended beptember 30 last. 19, 566 pro posals for life assurances : v^ere re ceived, 2671 being declined, the net: amount being £8,206,279. Assur ance policies issued totalled* 16,895, amounting to £7,277,138, ' 12:' endow ment policies (£300,306), and 160 annuity policies (£12,241), or a total of 18,067, assuring £7,577,445. As a result of the year's transactions £1,214,891 was added to the assur ance fund, which amounted to £36, 243,174 at the close of. the year. ; CHAIRMAN'S ADDRESS. In moving the adoption of the re port, the chairman (Sir J. H. Mac Farland) said: The amount assured is £1,027,000 more than the amount for the previous year, and £1,464, 000 more than the total for 1931.' Until 1929 our new business showed each year an almost cont...

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AUSTRALIA'S STUPID TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934

AUSTRALIA'S STUPID .TARIFF. . As a result of the policy of putting an embargo on many imports into. Australia, foreign countries are beginning to retaliate. For- ? many years past France has been purchas ing about £2,000,000 worth of .'Aus tralian' wheat, and Australia ? was buying about £100,000 worth of French perfumery. With the .idea of compelling our women folk, to buy Australian perfumes so as to en courage a new industry, , our ? legis lators put an embargo on the ^im portation of the French perfumes, and1 now France has retaliated by putting a duty on Australian wheat three times as great as on the -wheat of any other country! We have, therefore, sacrificed two - million pounds worth of trade for the sake of £100,00.0 worth.

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THEN AND NOW. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934

THEN AND NOW. .. ? d r To the Editor. Sir, — Eighteen months, ago New South Wales, which holds the bulk of the population of Australia, was practically in the hands of those seeking socialisation. In piaffe of organised effort to relieve the an guish caused by the crisis; the Min istry of the day gave the popula tion fruit machines, tin hares, and other ? industries, including a State lottery. All these throve propor tionately to the decrease in con fidence in the State Savings Bank — which eventually closed its 'doors — and to the hope of a favorable issue from depression conditions. The citizens were so affected by attempts at confiscation of money' in the banks, by alleged humanitarian laws and by endeavours to impound the greater part of their earnings, that some believed there might even be a probability of civil war. There was a tremendous Budget deficit. Our credit was at such a low ebb that Government securities were often sacrificed for about three fourths their value. Buye...

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