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Fruit News VICTORIA FRUIT EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934
: Fruit News I ? _ _ ? ? VICTORIA' FRUIT EXPORTS. The. quantity of pears to be shipped this year (states Mr J. M. Ward, Superintendent of Horticul ture, will; be about 250,000 cases, compared with 411,150 cases last year, and 154,179 during the 1932 season:. The average shipments of pears from Victoria over a period of five years was 195,666 cases per an num. There would also be.1 between 750,000 and 800,000 cases of apples available for export. This quantity was above- the average for 'Victoria, : which for. five years' was 572,463 cases. Last year 1,447,633 cases were exported. ,,
Dover THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934
Dover THE WEATHER. I ' A beneficial rain fell early in the I week, and seems, to have dispersed [the grass ' grubs, ..which for the [past few weeks have been causing much annoyance and inconvenience throughout the Esperance district; Mr J. Smith, who had a large run at Strathblart.e, carrying 70 head of cattle, , lost practically all the grass through the grubs. SNAKE SURPRISES. ' Mr Poison, of Lomas* Point, had an unpleasant experience last week. When lying down on his bunk to rest he discovered that a snake hafd pre viously selected the bunk for, the same purpose. Though the reptile made a smart effort to escape, it was i not quick enough. It measured 4ft. 6in. when despatched. ' personal! Miss Howe, from Launceston, and Miss Bickford, from Hobart, have been on a visit to Mr and Mrs W. Jackson, junr. ?. Mrs Howard, of Hobart, is- stay-: ing with Mr and Mrs D. Knight. Mrs Knight, sen., is on a visit to her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs R. Knight, 'Hobart. Miss Wilson, of Sydn...
Cygnet Recreation Ground COST OF PAVILION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934
Cygnet Recreation Ground COST OF PAVILION. ? At to-day's meeting of the :Cygnet- ? Municipal Council, Warden A. Davres said he. was surprised- to learn that 'the man in the street' had been criticising the manner in which the pavilion, on the recreation ground had been paid for. He did not know what the- suggestions were — whether it was thought the money had been frittered away, or that someone had got away with it — but the accounts had been laid on- the table twelve months ago, and could have been inspected by anyone in-, terested.; He therefore desired to formally read the complete state ment, which showed that the amount raised, by the Queen Carnival, with interest at the Savings Bank, amounted to £547 15s 7d. Ac counts in connecction with the build ing were: — Labor (clearing the site, etc.), £40 5s Id; D. Herlihy, building, £56 7s 6d;. Crisp and Gunn, ? material, £324 18s lOd; Clennett and Co., 'timber, £58 5s lOd; cart age, £6 10s 6d; purchase old grand stand, £9 19s 2d; san...
NEW ZEALAND CROP PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 1 February 1934
NEW ZEALAND CROP PROS-, PECTS. Reports have been published in other Tasmanian and Australian journals respecting the prospects of the New Zealand apple crop, state ments being made that owing to frosts there would be a very great shortage, and that the amount avail- . able for export overseas would be less than half of last season's total. A writer in the New Zealand 'Or- chardist,' under date 18th December last, makes the following comments on the situation : — : 'The writer still stands by his estimate of two months ago, that the export from Nelson will be about 900,000 cases, but will be reduced below that if there are any great re strictions on the export of certain sizes and' varieties. Growers' space bookings total 620,000 cases apples and 28,000 cases pears, but over one hundred growers have so far not made application. In spite of ail exceptionally long spell of dry weather, trees are looking remark ably well. There seems to be more black spot about this year than for ? seve...
DERWENT VALLEY Social, Sporting, Industrial WASTAGE IN COOL STORES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 February 1934
DERWENT VALLEY Social, Sporting, Industrial (By Special Correspondents) WASTAGE IN COOL STORES. From information received this wastage occurs every season, but to a varying degree; 1928-29 and 1931 1 32 were particularly bad years. Since' October, 1932, the ? main long I storage varieties have been affected Kfiv-evfilv. Fnrtnnatelv experience gained in England enabled Mr Came to diagnose the main trouble as low temperature breakdown. Varieties such as Sturmer and French. Crab, were severely affected, others, such as Democrat, developed deep scald, the two diseases being related to storage at temperatures too low for safety. The Department of Agri culture arranged for the construc tion of a small experimental cham ber in the Huonville cool store, to* be maintained at a temperature of 38 deg. F. ' Space was also made available in the commercial cham bers without charge. . Both the ex perimental and commercial cham bers came into operation on. March 1st, 1933. The commercial cham bers ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 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 ^ere 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 WHO PAYS THE RIGHT PRICE FROM THE OPENING TO THE ' }? ? CLOSE OF THE SEASON. ' FRUJT 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 th...
Apple Storage CAUSE OF PHYSIOLOGICAL DISEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 February 1934
Apple Storage CAUSE OF PHYSIOLOGICAL DISEASES. ? I In the report of the Council for ,, which has1 just been published, the following reference1 is made to . ex periments respecting the occurrences of physiological diseases in the . or- ] chard and in storage: — j The picking tests initiated at Huonville in 1928-29 tor bitter pit and breakdown studies have been continued with modifications. , There, being no meteorological data avail able at Huonville, maximum and minimum thermometers, wet and dry bulb, hair hygrograph, rain gauges and cup anemometers were installed. Soil tests are being made by Mr C. G. Stephens of the Division of Soils Research. It is expected .that the tests, will be completed early in August. Observations concerning field oc currence of stippen, internal cork, etc., have been made mainly in the Huonville area. Much of this area will be embraced in a soil survey started by the Division of Soils, and 11 is nupeu to cany uuo a cuii tinuous survey of orchard suscep t...
Ketch Aristides TO BE LENGTHENED AT DOVER. AN INTERESTING UNDERTAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 February 1934
Ketch Aristides TO BE LENGTHENED AT DOVER. AN INTERESTING UNDER TAKING. The large sailing ketch Aristides, of 85 tons register, which trades be tween the mainland ports and Ho bart, arrived at Dover on Monday last for the purpose of beine length ened to the extent of 20 feet. A slipway has already been prepared, and favorable weather and a suit able high tide are now awaited for the purpose of hauling the vessel ashore and beyond the reach of the sea, in order that the work may be undertaken. It might be of some interest to those unacquainted with such an undertaking as to how same is earned out and the subsequent re sult or advantage. The vessel will be taken up the slipway broadside on, and it is sup ported on a movable under-carriage supported on long spare, two winches and powerful steel ropes and tackles being used for the haulage. When hauled ashore sufficiently high enough beyond high water mark, and the vessel ? trimmed, righted, or ad justed to the required position, the wo...
Fruit News VICTORIAN FRUIT PROSPECTS [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 February 1934
Fruit News 1 VICTORIAN FRUIT PROSPECTS High temperature and northerly winds were1 experienced in most fruit-growing districts of Victoria last Week, and did considerable dam age. Temperatures of 105 and 106 deg. were registered in the Diamond Creek and Arthur's Creek districts, and, accompanied by strong winds, were responsible for a considerable drop of fruit, Williams pears being worst sufferers. In some instances some growers lost fully a third of their crops. A certain amount of sunrscalding also occurred, and a percentage of Jonathan apples were badly scalded. Summer spot is also much in evidence both in these dis tricts and the Momington Peninsula, and although growers have adopted remedied measures a large propor tion of the pear crops will be marred for marketing purposes. Experi riients are being conducted at Don caster with a third fungicidal spray, but. growers maintain that present economic conditions debar the ap plication of three fungicidal spravs. They are at present...
ANNIVERSARY OF THE BIG FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 February 1934
ANNIVERSARY OF THE BIG FIRE. Thirty-six years ago to-day — the 8th February, 1898 — occurred the most devastating fire that Tasmania has experienced., It was a day that will never be forgotten by those who were living in the Huon or Derwent Valley's, or alone: the West Coast, for the fires, which seemed to break out everywhere at once, swept the country as it had never been cleared before or since, causing the loss of many lives and the destruction of thousands of pounds- worth of pro perty -and stock. Some recollec tions of the event will be given in our next issue by one who had some thrilling experiences in the fires, and who was a considerable loser by them.
THE PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 February 1934
THE PRINCE. Heralded as the 'Dawn Patrol' of 1933, Richard Barthelmess' newest picture, 'Central Airport,' comes to the Prince of Wales Theatre on Sat urday for a limited engagement. The super air-thriller ' glorifies the flying heroes of peace — not war — and is said to exceed 'anything that the tal ented star has ever done. The power ful story deals with . the hazardous lives and the exciting loves of these hardy navigators of the stormy air lines. Richard Barthelmess plays the part of a returned war hero, who pilots trans-continental / passenger 'planes. His crashes his ship, with a heavy toll of lives, and is 'grounded.' Discredited in the game he loves and the only one he knows, ne gue». ucu-ii-BLuiuniig wiui a navel ling air circus, and falls in love with Sally Eilers, a parachute jumper. , .Three musketeers of mirth and mystery thread their way through a maze; of weird ' and fantastic situa tions in 'Blind Adventure,' the sup porting , picture, and a comedy drama mystery on a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 February 1934
t A Card.] MISS TASSIE MONKS, who holds several Certificates in ROYAL COLLEGE OF MUSdC, , Also TRINITY COLLEGE OF MUSIC, Including A.T.C.L. PRACTICAL, ? is prepared to take Pupils for PIANOFORTE AND THEORY At Geeveston. First terms commences February 1st, DARCY'S MOTOR SERVICE T EAVES Franklin for Hobart daily at 7.45 a.ip.; leaves Hobart at 5 p.m. Saturday's Running: Leave Frank lin at 7.45 a.m. and 1 p.m., Hobart at 10 a.m. and 2.30 p.m. Sunday's Running: Leaves Frank lin 8.45. a.m., and Hobart 7 p.m. CO-OPERATIVE MOTORS, 131 COLLINS STREET. 'Phone: Franklin 7; Co-op. Motor Garage, 3061. W. T. DARCY. gEE SALE WINDOWS AT CANE'S . Kalsomine',-1 51b pkt., 1/. - :' Brushing Lacquer, 9d, 1/6. 1/6 Household Enamel, now lQd. Muralo Washable Wall Finish, 1/3 . .??;:? ?? . . Tin. . 'Gripet' Joiner's Glue, 3d, 6d Tin. Ready-mixed Paints, lib., 6d: .21b., 1/. ' :, T. J, CANE & CO. LTD.
At the Theatres NEW HUON [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 February 1934
At the Theatres NEW HUON The long-awaited Fox film produc tion of Noel Coward's 'Cavalcade' makes its local bow this Saturday at the New Huon Theatre. Caval cade,' which ran for a solid year at the famous Drury Lane Theatre in London as a play, attracted more at tention than anv drama produced' in England in a generation. Already two million people have seen the film in various parts of the world. 'Cav- alcade' is a story of how world events affect the home and the family;: It is -the story of the Marry ots, a middle, class family consisting of Jane and Robert, the mother and father ; ; their -two sons, Edward and. Joe ; their servants, , Bridges, the butler; Ellen, his wife, and Fanny, their daughter.- It covers the period from 1900 to the present day, and ? the absorbing : story is etched against a vivid background of his torical happenings during ; that itime.' We nominate 'Cavalcade' as the best ,. of the 'best, pictures ; of the year,' for many years past and many to come. , . ...
Overseas Shipping AUSTRALIA'S UNFAVORABLE POSITION. NEED FOR CO-ORDINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 February 1934
Overseas Shipping AUSTRALIA'S UNFAVORABLE POSITION. NEED FOR CO-ORDINATION. The need for co-ordinated effort between the -exporters of primary produce from Australia and Tas mania to the British and Continental markets, has frequently been re ferred to m these columns, especially in regard to the fruit trade. That the subject is receiving serious con sideration is shown by the following reference made to it by the Mel bourne 'Heralcl' last week: — 'There is good reason to consider that the Australian overseas ship ping service, both- jn speed and in co-ordination, is not all. that it might be, and that there are lessons which can be profitably learned from the rest. of the world where modern de velopments in sea transport have been of great and increasing benefit to producers. 'By competent authorities Aus tralia's loss in English markets be cause of time- factors in the shipping services is estimated at hundreds of thousands of pounds a year. Aus tralia can demand that these times ...
Cygnet Council FEBRUARY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 February 1934
Cygnet Council FEBRUARY MEETING The monthly meeting of the Cyg net Municipal Council was held at the council chambeis last Thursday. Present: Warden A. Davies, W. Bell, F. P. Coad, T. Burnaby, G. C. Horsley,- W. Gordon, the council clerk Mr C. Campbell Johnstone, and Inspector Blackburn. . Messrs Watchorn and Walker, engineers, reported that the total cost o'f the proposal extension of- the water scheme to T. Wilson's would be £1020. — Cr. Gordon said the cost appeared to be too high for ' the number of users to be served and he recommended that consideration of it be left in abeyance.; — This was agreed to. . The Postmaster General's dept. notified that the request .for an in crease of : the ' mail-:-services ^between Cygnet and Glaziers Bay from three days a week to six days a.w.eek would cost an additional expenditure of :£30 per annum and that the business did not warrant this extra, cost. ? The Attorney' General wrote stat ing that the council's request for authority to increas...
VICTORIAN POTATOES TO COMPETE WITH TASMANIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 February 1934
VICTORIAN POTATOES TO COM PETE WITH TASMANIAN, With another season of low prices confronting the potato industry, an organised scheme fox1 disposing of large quantities of Victorian pota toes on : the Sydney market is being prepared by a Melbpurne firm of I merchants. Hitherto the (Sydney market , has been almost - completely monopolised by Tasmanian potatoes, but it is proposed to introduce a new system of marketing- the Victorian product, and a company is being formed to put it into operation. The scheme, it is explained, is to pack -_and grade potatoes of high quality,; under a registered brandi in 14, 2.8 and 56 lb. bags, so that traders and housewives will be able to b|uy a standard article, without risk of waste. It is claimed that a similar scheme launched in -Queensland two years ago has been entirely suc cessful, ,i Fou-v hundred boxes of ? matches were found undamaged in the debris of a shop destroyed by fire at Bury St. Edqiunds (Eng.) . '