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January Weather A MONTH OF EXTREMES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 February 1934
January Weather A MONTH OF EXTREMES. The Weather Bureau reports that the rainfall for January was over average in parts of the north-east and in the Straits Islands,'', but- under- average - elsewhere; ? ^.'Deficiencies amounted to over 40 per .cent, of the average in northern and south ern divisions, and to over;.20 .per cent elsewhere. Totals were lowest on the north-west coast, where only from i-inch to '3-inch was recorded. In contrast to ' this, ? Currie, King Island, received- nearly 4 inches, or three time's ?' the average. The ex cess here arid in the north-east was due mainly to heavy falls on the 6th and 9th. Most of the month's rain was recorded on -the latter date.' Mean temperatures 'were one or two degrees above .the average at most stations, 'due mainly to a very warm period about the middle of the month, when extensive, and devasta ting bush fires occurred. The first ten days were rather cool in the I south-east, with a prevalence of eas terly winas. Brief periods of...
Dover OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 February 1934
Dover OBITUARY. A lifelong resident of Dover passed away in tragic circumstances last week. Mr Joseph Hudson, who had been living by himself, was found by Mr J. M. Bell in a state of collapse. He was motored to hospital m Ho bart as quickly as possible by Trooper Aylett, but the patient died without lecovering consciousness. Deceased' was over 70 years of . age at the time of his death. - , ' PERSONAL. ? Mrs Wilson is visiting Dover, and staying ? with her son-in-law- and daughter, Mr and Mrs B. K. Price. Master R. Hennesy is an inmate of the General Hospital, Hobart,' and has undergone two operations His well-wishers wish him a speedy re covery. Mr and Mrs R. Jackson are on a visit to Mr;and Mrs J. Fa'ulkinder at Lindisfarne, where they will 'spend a i short ' holiday. Mrs W. Jackson, jun.i of Dover, is also visiting friends in Hobart, and will probably return home during the week-end. . . ? ' . Mr Albert De Jersey, who: for some time has been an, inmate . -of the General, Hospital...
APPEARANCES DECEPTIVE. QUALITY OF APPLES. NOT APPARENT TO THE EYE [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 February 1934
APPEARANCES DECEPTIVE.! QUALITY OF APPLES. - NOT APPARENT TO THE EYE A few -years ago, at , one of , ; the annual fruit shows at Franklin, an interesting competition was or ganised as a side show, for which prizes were offered for the most suc cessful person in naming the respec tive varieties to which samples of apples belonged that had had _ their skins removed. -.It 'was anticipated that as the competitors included men who had had a lifetime's experience in growing apples- — and presumably they had. eaten some of them and knew well which varieties they pre ferred best — that quite a lot of com petitors would have to divide the prize with a maximum of points, as only a dozen samples were chosen, and these were all included in the best known and most popular com mercial varieties. To the astonish ment of the competitors and the or ganiser of the experiment, no one handed in more than seven , correct namines.. while most of the cards had only four or less varieties correctly recorde...
Geeveston PRE-WEDDING PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 February 1934
Geeveston PRE- WEDDING PARTY. : 'Mrs W. H. Burgess was thejvestess at' a kitchen tea at her home, Arve Road, on Wednesday, January 31st. The guest of honor was Miss Dulcie Ford, . whose, marriage... to . Mr L. Walker, South Franklin, takes place on February 21st at Geeveston. Mrs Buigess was assisted in entertaining the large number of friends present by her daughter, Miss Val Burgess, who is to be one of the brides maids on the occasion of the wed ding. Miss Ford wore a smart electric blue sand rcrepe frock, trimmed ' with silver buttons, and pin tucks, under- a navy French velour coat and cuffs; Her soft straw hat was to tone, and the ensemble com pleted by a dainty posy presented to; her on arrival. A very gay time was spent over the ceremony: of opening the various ? parcels «v-;'f or. kitchen use brought : by the guests, and during the. afternoon solos were given by Misses D. Ford and ? M. Monks, and a pianoforte solo by Miss R; Diers. RECREATION GROUND IM PROVEMENTS. The Geeve...
BUSH FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 February 1934
BUSH FIRES. Mr S. R. Adams, manager of the Agricultural Bank, -has ? stated that application forriis have been for warded to all those sufferers fey bush fires whose .cases' have been ' re ported on by- the district agricultural organisers. Upon ' return . of'. :these application forms, ' they would Be immediately finalised -.and .the neces sary assistance would be made 'avail- able forthwith.; Arrangements were already in hand for the purchase of the necessary fencing material' and seed. ? - - ? - ? - ?
Southport THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 February 1934
. - - V ? - ? ? ' . , ^ Southport THE WEATHER. - A beneficial rain fell during the last week, leaving the air fresh and cool after the long spell of dry weather. This rain was a great benefit to both householders and or chardists, especially the latter, as a i continuance of dry weather would have been the ruination of this j season's cropi - SOUTHPORT BEACH. During the warm weather the Southport beach presented quite a j gay appearance owing to the lai-ge I number of bathers, especially those of the younger generation. PERSONAL, The teacheri' of . the Hvthe State School, .Mr- McCoy, . has once again commenced duties: after having spent his Christmas vacation out of the dis- i trict. .. . \ ? Miss Brown; the Hythe. post mistress, who has been holidaying for the past few weeks, has resumed duties. Mrs R. Wilson, who has bgen an inmate of the ;Hobart Public Hos pital, is now spending a few weeks at Delorairie with her .mother, who has been seriously ill. Mrs B. O. Plummer is spending ...
OUR "CROWING" TOWN. PRESENT, PAST AND FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 February 1934
OUR 'CROWING' TOWN. PRESENT, PAST AND FUTURE. J As I lay in-my bed T think and -think and think, Ideas come swiftly to my head, Flow faster than the ink. | A lady came 'to. me one day i And1 said, '1 wish you'd write A poem, essay, or a lay, ^ | For someone to recite. ? - ? j The history of the district, . i And about New Norfolk town.' | I seize my pen, understand, | I turn no lady down. We won't talk about those awful times When poor folks were sent out From- England; just for paltry crimes, ? 'Tis nought to shout about. Our township, it is growing fast, The hammer and the saw Ave daily heard, what a contrast To those sleepy days of yore? The Plaza Theatre's sprung up, : For which there is a call. Where we can see and hear, then sup, Due thanks to Mrs Hall. The brick trade, too, is on the boom, .. Lorries rush to and fro. I The sun is shining through the gloom, The dark clouds will soon go. And: hop' grounds, too, all round about, They flourish, as a rule. _ . But some of theni ha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 February 1934
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 February 1934
Wait for the Cars that have KNEES GENERAL MOTORS' 25th ANN8VERSARY ANNOUNCEMENT The new Cars for 1934 presented by General Motors, the world's One innovation among many is the revolutionary 'Knee- largest manufacturers of motor cars, are completely redesigned action' front wheel springing described below, which, will to embody many new features of a sensational nature which unquestionably place the new improved Chevrolet, Olsmo set entirely new standards in modern motor car values. bile, Pontiac, and Buick Cars in forefront of all competitors. . HOW KNEE-ACTION WHEELS WORK ? ' ' ? ^11 * ? '.«** Yourrpresent car is st-iff-hgged. Stiff front springs . See how serenely a man meets a bump. One- knee Now, ?: 1934 — no more l-hcam axle, no stiff- springs , are rigidly joined by an '.I-bcam front axle. So when bends easily. lifting its l'g- The other leg is not ? ? The ivhccl. flexibly mounted' on, its* own. coil. spring, . , you bit a bump the front of the car bounces , the rear : ? affec...
Bush Fires ANCIENT AND MODERN EXAMPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 February 1934
Bush Fires ANCIENT AND MODERN EXAMPLES. I (By A. RIVETT.) Readers of this journal have periodically been treated to remin isenees of the early days of the | Huon by Rev. A. Rivett, formerly, as he says himself, a sky pilot in the Esperance district, during which time he became one of the best known and most popular characters in the then sparsely populated dis trict. The references to recent outbreaks of fire in the Huon, as re ported in the 'Huon and Derwent Times,' served to remind Mr Rivett of an experience he had himself up wards of half a century ago, and he thus refers to it: — 'Your account of the Esperance councillors and their experience with bush fires near Southport, brings to mind a lovely Sunday in the same neighbourhood, under similar con-, ditions, only away back in the early eighties. The writer had left the home of the Hays at Hastings, after the usual sumptuous repast, for ser vice at Southport, but, against the sane advice of the one -and only 'John Hay Secundus.'...
Sporting Notes CRICKET LAST SATURDAY'S BEST. Batting. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 February 1934
Sporting Notes CRICKET LAST SATURDAY'S BEST. - ; Batting. G. Coleman, MolesworfhW ; . 83 A.' Brown, New Norfolk . . . . *80 M. Ryan, Upper. Derwent . *75 C. Reggett, Mental Hospital: . . 73 M. Jillctt, New Norfolk, .'. 54' M. Coleman, MoleswortK: . .. 49 *Signifies not out. Bowling. W. Cranfield, Mental Hospital 7-26 j S. Barwick, W. Claremont . . 7-31 j R. Bush, Hawthorn ? 3-12 E. Swann, New Norfolk . . . 6-55 M. Mollineaux, W. CJ.aremoiit 4-41 !
SWIMMING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 February 1934
SWIMMING CLUB. A Swimming and Life Saving Club has been formed .at New Norfolk. The Warden (Mr T. Andrews) pre sided at the inaugural meeting. Mr E. R. Harris' said that facilities for swimming in New Norfolk were very poor. . .There is a. pool for chil dren on the. Derwent Esplanad.e, only fit for paddling, except at high tide, at low tide there being 'only about six inches of water. ' He suggested the section under the' regatta pavil ion as a suitable place for beginners, and it is hoped to have the bottom cleared of stones and have the sec tion fenced off. It is very regrettable that there is no life saving appliances available in the township. Some time ago a small boy wa drowned only a few yards from the shore, and had there been a lifebuoy and line, probably his life, would have been saved: The club propose to purchase a life sav ing reel and line. The Warden has promised to assist in every way, and he is sure the council will support the club, which will be a great benefit to...
Police Courts CYGNET. Breaches of Traffic Act. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 February 1934
Police Courts CYGNET. Breaches of Traffic Act. ' At the Cygnet Policc Court on Friday, before Dr. Wade and Mr T. Donohue, Js.P., Inspector P. Grant prosecuting, 1 Raymond Schultz, Bertram Rhodes, Barry Herlihy, and Ray mond Walker were charged with rid ing bicycles without lights at Cygnet on January 8th, and were each fined 2s 6d and costs. Hawking Without a License. James Lacoude, of Hobart, was convicted of hawking goods in the Cygnet municipality without having first obtained a license for that pur pose. A fine of £2 and costs was imposed. Children's Court. ? At a sitting of the Children's Court; a youth was charged with riding a bicycle on the wrong side of the road on December 24th last, had a conviction' recorded against him, and wasi ordered to pay court costs, 8s. Breaches of Licensing Act. Glen William McDowell pleaded guilty to being in the yard of the. Huon Hotel at Cygnet on December 24th last during prohibited hours. A fine of 10s and costs was imposed. Keith Reece, an...
"THERE'S LIGHT AHEAD." [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 February 1934
'THERE'S LIGHT AHEAD.' Over a period of years the rise and . fall of the price of apples ap pears to have commenced the change in the northern hemisphere, and to have invariablv appeared' in -the southern, hemisphere .six ; months later. This 'was vei-y strikinely illus trated in the fall in prices last sea son, the drop having affected Ameri can growers even more severely than it did .those , of Tasmania during the season just -ended. ' Our readers will, therefore, be interested to learn that there,are signs of the tide turninsr. or as, ithe. American fruit journal 'Bet- ter-Fruit' puts it, 'Light Ahead,' for this is : the way it refers to the position in, its issue of last month: ? 'In .spite of everything, things are decidedly brighter in the fruit world. A small crop has been dwindling all through harvest and packing season. The domestic situation : is not bad, not bad at all. . The Improvement in the foreign exchange rate has stimu lated export business . in excellent style. Th...
CHILD RECEIVES ELECTRIC SHOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 February 1934
CHILD RECEIVES ELECTRIC SHOCK. An 'accident that might easily have proved fatal occurred at Cyg net on Sunday evening, when a child named, Alice Fisher, aged 21 years, a- daughter of Mr James Al bert Fisher, residing in Mary Street, received a severe electric shock, ne cessitating . medical attention. It appears that another of the children was having a bath, and an electric lamp had : been taken into the bath room from another loom by means of a long flex cord. The child Alice was apparently also in the bathroom, when a brother,. Jack Fisher, took the lamp out . of the holder without switching off the current. The child* must then have picked up the live cord and inserted1 her fingers into the lamp socket and touched the live terminals, ? receiving a severe shock- and. burns. Dr. G. C. Mar shall- was . summoned and gav- prompt attention. This .accident ?should prove a warning to all users of electric light of the great danger involved in taking, lamps out of holders without' first ...
Ancient Horticulture APPLES 2000 YEARS AGO. Remarkable Resemblance to Present-day Cultivation. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 February 1934
Ancient Horticul ture APPLES 2000 YEARS AGO. Remarkable Resemblance to Present ' day Cultivation. ? In a previous issue of this- jour nal we published a short article de scribing the cultivation of the apple tree by- John Evelyn, who, in 1690 wrote a Garden Calender, v giving methods of- grafting scions and the results of crossing different varie ties .of:-- apples and pears.' - Follow ing this, Mr. C. L. Ivey, of Cygnet, has ... forwarded us most : interesting extracts from the writings of-' . the Roman- poet, Vergil, in which he advises hoi'ticultuiists of - his time (nearly 2000 years ago) on the best methods of cultivation, and shows that even the practice of' grafting was quite common then, as was also a knowledge of. the general charac teristics of the: tree 'and soil. I Mr Ivey's ? extracts include the' following: — 'r I .'Not by- one. method- shall you, graft ' and bud - . . . .. . -a bud1- ..of alien birth is shut therein.' 'Pears change their face, and grafted apples Dear....
THE WEATHER [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 8 February 1934
THE WEATHER The weather bureau reports that the weather over Tasmania last week was mainly fine until Friday after noon, when a beneficial rain fell over the south eastern half of the State, up to' 2 i inches being recorded on parts of the East Coast. Tempera tures fluctuated considerably, the early part of the week being warm with northerly winds. The rain .will be' of great beriefit to root and fruit crops, pastures, etc'., and will/re plenish water supplies in southern and eastern districts. Extreme temperatures during .the week at Hobart were 90.5 deg. on 29th and 48.6 deg. on 28th.. Extremes for| other parts of the State were 89 deg. at Launceston on 29th : and 33 deg. at Moina on 28th.' Rainfall at southern stations was as follows: — Hamilton 25 points, ' Bothwell 98, New Norfolk 31, Hobart 80, Springs 149, Franklin 75, Hythe 88, Cape Bruny 84. The heaviest fall in 'the State was St. Helens, 285 points.