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BASIL BUTTERS, THE ESCAPEE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

BASIL BUTTERS, THE ESCAPEE. Butters, who escaped from the Hobart goal on Monday, the 4th inst., was arrested the following morning at 5 a.m., after a three hours' seaich by the police. As a result of the suspicions of his wife that a man who called at the police station in the darkness on Monday night to inquire his way, when Trooper Hills was absent, was the wanted man, Tro6per Hills com municated with Inspector Tomkin son. of New Norfolk, that a man answering the description of the wanted man, had been seen. This information being passed on to Hobart, Constables Bryce and Chal lenger, fiom Hobart, and Inspector Tomkinson and Trooper Sproul, from New Norfolk, arriving at Bridgewater, arrangements were made in concert with Trooper Hills for a thorough search of the neigh borhood.. The man had previously called at Marshall Bros, place on the Old Beach Road, and was making in the direction of Campania, when he was arrested. He was taken to Hobart and charged' with escaping from custod...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
METHODIST CHURCH FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

METHODIST CHURCH FAIR. A very successful fair was held in the Oddfellows' Hall, New Norfolk, on the 29th ult., in aid of the Metho dist Church funds. It was known as the 'Congorilla' fair, a number of jungle animals and the stalls being suitably decorated with grass, ferns, etc., representing the idea. In the ribsence of the Hon. L. M. Shoo bridge, MrL.C., the fair was opened by the Warden, Mr T. Andrews. Despite the constant rain that fell that day and evening, business was good, and the function financially, and in other respects, successful. The stall-holders were: — Ice cream and fruit salad, Mesdames F. Cole man, J. Brown, and E. Rainbird; sweets, Mrs H. W. Traill, and Misses L. Traill. E. Barnctt, and H. Staley; fancy, Misses F. Barnett and M. Plunkett; flowers, Mr A. Lewis; af ternoon tea, Mesdames L. A. Gar dam, C. Hartley Rowe, C. Harris, W. Livingston. E. Reid, B. Price, R. J. Geard, and Dr. Dorothy Delbridge; mystery parcel, Misses I. Steward and L. Traill; cakes, Mesdame...

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BADMINTON MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

BADMINTON MEETING. There was a large attendance of members at the annual general meet ing of the New Norfolk Methodist Badminton Club. The president of the club. Rev. H. Delbridge, oc cupied1 the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The secre!tar-y'si report ctuu uaiaiicc-auuci/ wcic auupitu, The secretary in his repoit stated that the club had been very success ful during the season, having played in the Derwent Valley Badminton Association, also competed in coun try week, and sent a representative team to compete in the Southern B and C Grade Championship, played in Hobart. The club has played inter-association matches with Oat lands, and on two occasions played Snug, and were entertained by the Snug Badminton Club, and were shown through the Electrona carbide works. Early in the season a club tournament was held, a trophy do nated by Mr H. W. Traill being won by Mr A. Traill and Miss Lawler. It was resolved to commence next season early in March. A ...

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PREMIERSHIP DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

PREMIERSHIP DANCE. A very successful dance was held by the committee in the Oddfellows' Hall on Wednesday, December 6th. The hall was nicely decorated in the club's colors and greenery. The supper table was laid out and dotted here and there were vases of sweet peas and fern, this being in the charge of Mrs G. Fletcher. The Warden presented the Shoo bridge Shield to Mr I. Gossage, cap tain of the A Grade team, and con gratulated him and1 his team on hav ing such had such a brilliant season and in winning the Shield. Mr An drews also presented Mr J. Carrick with a silver cup donated by Mr R. Cawthorn, and won by the B Grade team. Mr Gossage and Mr Carrick both responded. Mr Partington's orchestra supplied the music. The door takings were £12. The committee responsible for | such a successful function were as follows: — Misses P. Rollins and M. Hall, Mesdames House, Hay, Cannal, Fletcher and Gossage, Messrs I. Gos sage, J. Carrick, E. Rainbird, A. Gos sage, and G. Pye. Miss D. Fyle ab...

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NEW NORFOLK STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

NEW NORFOLK STATE SCHOOL. A meeting of members of the Parents and Friends' Association was held in the school on Tuesday, the 5th inst., when Mr G. Matheson pre sided over a good' attendance, in cluding the Warden (Mr T. An drews), Mr W. G. Cornoch (head teacnerj, miss Webb (secretary), and other members of the teaching staff. The Chairman announced1 the re sult of a referendum that had been conducted on the question of holi days, a majority of 23 being in favor of the long holiday being at Christmas instead of during the hop picking time. Mr H. Balmer moved that the re sult of the referendum be upheld by the association, which, on being sec onded by Mrs C. Wills, was agreed to. It was then decided on a mo tion by Mrs Wilby, seconded' by Mrs Cawthorn. that a letter should be forwarded to the Board of Advice at New Norfolk, recommending that steps be taken to arrange the holi days in accordance with the wishes of the majority of the parents. The Chairman introduced the mat ter of sep...

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Coming Events [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

Coming Everitsi Dcc. 16 — Hospital Gymkhana, Dance at Night, New Norfolk. Dec. 26 — N.N. Regatta, Boxing Day, Dance at Night. ' Dec. 26 — Gymkhana at Ouse, Dance at Night. Jan 1 — Ncav Year's Day, Bushy Park ShoAv, Dance at Night. ' .

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Cricket LAST SATURDAY'S BEST. Batting. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

Cricket ' LAST SATURDAY'S BEST. Batting. R. Kube, Wattle Grove .. .. 98 ] A. Bester, Judbury .... . . *71 A. Mills, ' Cygnet ? .. -*5S i S. Halton, Cygnet . . .. . . *54 | A. Harris, Grove . . S3 . * Signifies not out. Bowling. R. Butterworth, Pover . . . 5-12 R. Upcher, Dover ? ? . . 5-15 S. Halton, CygJiet. . . . . ? ? 4-16 R. Johnson, Dover ? 6-31 W. A. -Fitzpatrick, Franklin I. 6-44 H. Slater, Cradoc ? 5-44 D. Cameron, Franklin II. . . 5-72

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HUON ASSOCIATION. A GRADE. FRANKLIN DEFEAT GROVE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

HUON ASSOCIATION. A GRADE. FRANKLIN DEFEAT GROVE. Franklin defeated Grove last Sat urday 'by i09 l-uns, ,in a very close ' finish, the last wicket falling with only seven minutes to go. Features . of tlie match were bowling of W. A. Fitzpatrick, in obtaining six wickets for 44 runs, off 23 overs, and the ? patient hatting of Athol Harriss, who went in at a critical period, when four wickets were down for 49, and With -A. Woolley for the eighth wicket partnership, almost saved the position for Grove. The pair added 56 runs before Harriss was bowled by Plunkett. The last two wickets fell within a few minutes. Scores: FRANKLIN. B. Watson, not out ? 10§ N. Johnston, c and b A. Woolley '77 W. Fitzpatrick, c A. Price, b A. Woolley ? ? 0 W. Darcy, lun out ? 0 F. Peplei-, c A. Harriss, b' F. Barwick ? ? 29 ' L. Bari-y, b F. Barwick . . . . 3 I. Short, c K. Page, b G. Hansen 6 K. Price, b F. Barwick .. . . 2 A. Plunkett, run out .. .. .. 28 H. Watson, run out .. .. .. 0 ? ,R. Short, c A. Woo...

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STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

STOCK SALE. Roberts and Co. Ltd. report hav ing sold at WesterAvay on' Monday last, account H. M. O. Hale 10 wean ers, 1-7/; 10 do., 16/9; 19 do., 16/3; 15 lambs, 12/6. B. Holmes, 8 hog getts, 14/; 9 do., 15/. Alf. Holmes, 6 lambs, 13/9. .Archie Clark, 14 laimbs, 13/6; 16 do., 13/. W. Tonr lin, '4 ewes,:.l-7/. A.- Clark, 16 hog gets, 12/.. L. Rumley, 3, calves, 9/. C. Ransley, 2 heifers,, £3/10/. A. Clark; 5 'steel's,5 £2/6.' C. Ransley, 1 steer, £2/10/. Jas. Cooper, 4 slips, 11/. . r-J. ! A-., Holmes, 3 suckers, 8/. H. BroAvning, 9 suckers, 9/. W. J. BroAvning, 7 do., 9/. E. V. Cooper, ,4 do., 10/6. J. Holmes, sen., 2 do'., 10/. Mrs T. R. C. Mc Callum; 3 slips, 16/6. Jas.'BroAvn ing, 3 suckers, 10/.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

? ? - ? ? ? ? ? . ? - ?? -v;C\ I',-.. . — i™ffTTJi,n ifhvi \\mm\^m*\mmT'T7TmprrTmrrrrmMiTrr' ? iiiiiib ittttt^ — —— i^— toi^— — TmiTrmmTT— rTTwmr-T-''— ?''^^—*'??-?11- ' -f ? HANTON'S Impbrtant Announcement Regarding f.-- ICE CREAM j Our Ice Cream is made wholly of Tasmanian Dairy Products. Tasmanian c Cream, Eggs, Milk, make this Ice Cream a real food - delicious, refreshing. J .. All Flavours. J Thoughtful People will help us to keep our Tasmanian Dairies and I Factories going i 61 LIVERPOOL ST., HOBART | OCEAN PLEASURE CRUISE. TO COLES BAY. (EAST COAST OF TASMANIA) & PORT. ARTHUR BY ;'WT.S.S. ZEALANDIA, woo tons. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1934,. :V , ; v ITINERARY.-— Leave Hobart, Wednesday, January 17, y 10 p.m. arrive Coles Bay, Thursday, January 18, about 8 a.m. Leave Coles Bay, . Friday, January 19, about 8 a.m. En route, call -at Port Arthur,' re- ? maining about four; hours, arriving at Hobart Friday, January 19, about V '? 'I i' , - ? 9 p.m. '? . , '-J. ????*: '? ' FA...

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

THE WEATHER. The Weather Bureau reports that the rainfall over Tasmania last week was chiefly very light to light, but from half an inch to over an inch was v recorded , in. the north-west. Temperatures during last week Avere mild and rather: sultry at times. The depressions last Monday and- Thurs day brought rather marked in creases in warmth, maxima of 75 to over 80 degrees being recorded in parts of the north and, east on the former, and in the south on the lat ter occasion. Extreme tempera tures for the Aveek at Hobart Avere 81.5 deg. on the 7th, and 49.8 deg. on the 6th and 9th. Extremes for other parts of the State- Avere 83 degrees at St. Helens on the 4th, and 38 degrees at Miena on the 6th, 7th and 9th, and Moina on the 9th. Rain fall for southern stations was as folloAvs: Hobart, 22 points; Springs, 29; Franklin, 6; Hythe, 2; Cape Bi-uny, 5. So-popular were the holiday .cruises arranged' by the shipping companies last . year that the White Star Line' has announced for this...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

| f IRcgnIar | Tonrna- ^ ment r\. Flayers Will tell you that the balance and spring of a Racquet are important factors in Winning. Good Players remove doubts by using 'FOUR ACE** Tennis Racauete NETTLEFOLB'S SPORTS DEPOT, 82 LIVERPOOL ST., HOBART. I

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IMPROVED DRESS FOR SEA-DIVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

IMPROVED DRESS FOR SEA-DIVERS. Tests of a 'neAV kind of dress for sea- j divers have recently been made at Portsmouth, and are said to have had j highly successful results. | ' The dress, to which the name 'Tri- \ toriia' has been given, is the inven- j tion ; of Mr. Peress, of Byfleet, and con- | sists of a steel cylinder Avith a dome- i shaped top, which is the headpiece, « to which, flexible legs and arms are. S attached. The arms are furnished ^ Avith pincer-like claws as hands. When | a diver enters the dress lie pushes his ; I arms and legs into its limbs. The i | headpiece is then fastened doAvn, and : I he is ready to descend. | As he carries his OAvn air supply on I his back in oxygen bottles no pumping | party is required to feed air to him. 5 Inside the dress there is an appara- $ tus for purifying the air 'chemically as : j| he breathes it. When down his only g connection with the surface is the | cable which raises and lowers the | dress, and his telephone. j % Among th...

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PHILOSOPHY OF A WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

PHILOSOPHY OF A WOMAN, jj Very genteel, my girl's latest young |g man. 'E alAvays carries 'er umbrella || Avhen she's got a big parcel to bring j || 'ome. ? & ? - , ' j i According to my old man, Mr. 'Ob- g son's the meanest and Avorst-tempered fjl man doAvn our street. My old ma«dg||| ought to knoAv— es Obsons ,/-e.3»Sp best friend. ' f Young Mrs. 'Iggins Avas- asking me i| 'oav long it takes to train a 'usband. i| 'I dun no,' I says. 'I've only been mar- p| ried thirty, years.' I|j Managed to save a bit of money last «§ Aveek. VI did, by a bit of luck. The IS family 'ad something what didn't agree with 'em last Monday, and none l|| of 'em's 'ad any appetite since. i|p The Good Little Girl (to small, bro- feg ther who has, been punished for steal- |g ing jam): 'Well, it's entirely your, p oavh fault. Didn't your conscience tell || you someone might be looking?' ||j 'Did the Mayor show presence of || mind Avhen the toAvn- hall caught fire?' |i 'Yes, he cancelled the fireAVor...

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LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

LOST. The queue at the railway station barrier Avas growing longer and longer. In vain the old man searched in every pocket for his ticket. At last, Avlien, the people behind him were showing signs of impatience, he had to confess to the collector that l}g lin/1 if 'Never mind, 'sir,' said tlie; collec tor; 'give me your name and address and it will be all right. I'll report the matter, and it will be quite in order.' 'That's all very well,' replied the traveller. 'But that isn't what's Avorrying me. Without my ticket I don't knoAV Avhere I'm going.' ? Hostess: 'Very bad form, I call it, to ring me up during church hours.' Guest: 'Probably she knoAvs you don't go to .church.' 'Very likely; but she might have , had the decency to assume that I do.' 'One of us is a cheat.' 'What do you mean?' - 'What I say. Five minutes' ago I had a fifth ace in my boot-top and noAV it is gone.' - The taxi came to a halt. The fare descended a trifle uncertainly, and proceeded to search ' his pockets s...

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POISONS FROM PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

POISONS FROM PLANTS. From their, appearance one Avould gather that they were being kept for firewood — but they, may soon make riiedical history. It is possible that the drugs they contain will eventually pro vide a cure for some of the most dreaded diseases of mankind. These branches are, sections of giant creepers that have been sent over from the tropical. forests of British Guiana. It is known that the natives of South America have for centuries used poi sons derived from the' creepers to tip poisoned arrows, and the Research In stitute decided to secure specimens of rare plants and creepers so that their possiDiimes; couia oe examraea.. Already the first consignment ha-^ yielded, large quantities of strychnine* morphine, and quinine. The drug is obtained, not from the pulp of the creeper, but from the , bark. It is , ground up into a. fine poAvder, and ex tracted. 'There is* no telling what we may discover,' I was told, by the young chemist avIio is conducting the experi ments....

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B GRADE. FRANKLIN II. v. WATTLE GROVE [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

B GRADE. FRANKLIN II. v. WATTLE GROVE Last Saturday Franklin and Wattle Grove played an uninterest ing draw. With eight wickets -down for 274 from the previous Saturday, Franklin brought up 290. R. Kube batted well for 98, his score in cluding nine 4's. He and W. Oak ford added 102 for the fifth wicket. D. Cameron bowled well into a cross breeze, .in securing the first five wickets that fell. Off one over of W. Price, R. Kube and S. Direen scored 19, including three 6's. Wattle Grove, had two wickets to fall when time was called. Scores:— FRANKLIN II. D. Watson, c C. Norris, b C. : - Conlan ; . . . : . . . . . . . 51 B. Temple, lbw b C. Norris ... 1 R. Fulton, c and' b R. Kube ' . . ; ,94 B. McMullen, c F. Direen, b H. ? Jackson . . . . . . . . : . . . . - 25 A. Medbury, b H. Jackson ? 48 D. Cameron, b R. Kube ? -..3 W. Price, b H. Jackson ? 6 W. Strang, lun out ... i' - 0 R. McMullen, not out ... . 23 F. Cameron, b C. Norris .. r. . 6 I. Yeates, c F. Direen, b R. Kube 3 Sundries .....

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CRICKET SATURDAY'S BEST. Bowling. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

CRICKET SATURDAY'S BEST. Bowling. E. Swa'nn, New Norfolk 11-76 H. Colman, Mental Hospital 7-10 Batting. D. Swanhn, New Norfolk .. . . 57 E. Swann, New Norfolk . . 97

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C GRADE. JUDBURY v. HUONVILLE II. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

C GRADE. JUDBURY v. HUONVILLE II. Huonville II. scored a 4-point win on Saturday with a margin of two runs. Judbury declared with four down- for 118, but just on time Huonville managed to get the num ber* required for an outright win. Scores: — - ? - JUDBURY. First Innings .. ? ? . 53 Second Innings/ G. Jacobson, b Grierson .... 6 A. Bester, not out ? ? 71 H. Woolley, c Harris, b Grierson 6 J. Bester, run out . . .... . . 3 D. Rimon, b Sheppards. . .... 9 N. Rimon, not out . . ...... 22 Extra .. .. .. .. .. ... 1 Four wickets (declared) . . 118 Bowling: J. Grierson, 40-2-33; E. Jolly, 24-0-14'; D. Walton, 24-1-21; E. Wiggins, 48-0-15; M. Sheppai'd, 48-1-34. HUONVLLE II. — First Innings. V. Billing, c Rimon, b G. Bond 9 C. Walton, b H. Bond .. .. . . 7 E. Jolly, b H. Bond ..... . . . ' 0 R. Edson, c Rimon, b Helm . . 19 D. Walton, b Fletcher . . .... 10 E. Wiggins, b T. Bond .... . . 4 M. Sheppard, c Woolley, b T. Bond ? ? . . . . 0 J. Grierson, not out .tv. . . . . 28 B. Linnell, c ...

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TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 14 December 1933

TENNIS . Ideal weather prevailed on Satur day, December 9th, when the New Norfolk Tennis Club held a B Grade mixed double handicap tournament, and some very good matches re sulted. The results were as folloAvs: First Round. — K. Traill and Mrs C. Clark (owe 3) d. E. Wigston and Miss G. Morgan (scr), 9 — 3; R. BroAvn and Miss P. Mills (oAve 15), d. R. Newton and Miss E. Morgan (oAve 15-3), 9 — 3; E. R. Traill and Miss I. Harrison (oAve 15) d. C. Rol lins and Mrs E. Rainbii'd (scr), 9 — 1 ; E. Wigston and' Miss D. Hodg son (owe .3) d. R. NeAvton and Miss M. Newton (owe .3), 9 — 8. Semi-finals. — K. Traill and Mrs Clark (owe .3) d. R. Brown and Miss P. Wills (oAve 15). 9 — 7; E. R. Traill and Miss I. Harrison foWe'15) d. E. Winston and Miss D. Hodgson (scr) , 9 ? 3. ' Final. — E. R. Traill and Miss I. Harrison (oAve 15) d. K. Traill and Mrs C Clark (oavc .3), straight sets, 6—1, 6— 4. Miss N. Jillett Avas responsible for all arrangements,, acting secretary. The afternoon tea arrangemen...

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