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ENGINEERS VISIT HUON. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934

ENGINEERS VISIT HUON. The annual Congress of Engineers will be held in Hobart commencing next Monday (February 19th). The programme will include many visits of inspection, and on -Tuesday, Fob-* ruary 20th, they are to' visit the paper pulp works at Kermandie, ' and return to Hobart via Cygnet.

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934

PRODUCE MARKET. Messrs W. T. Tliorpe Pty. Ltd. sold by .auction in their mart last Friday: — Butter, 8d to Hid; cream, 6/ to' 13/ dozen; apricots, 176 to ...2/6 case; pears, '2/6 case; duck- eggs, Hid; hen eggs, 1/ to l/ljd: apples, 1/3' to 2/9 case; raspberries, 4d punnet; cabbages, 9d to 1/9 dozen; beetioot, 1/3- dozen bunches1; . mar rows, 2/ to 3/ dozen; potatoes, 4/ to 4/6 case, 1/6 to 2/9 per case; on ions, 9d to' 2/ small bag; peas; 1/6 to 2/ bushel; tomatoes, 2/9 to 7/ case; 'parsnips, 1/3 dozen bunches; carrots- 1/6 dozen bunches; swedes, 3/ to 4/ per bag; beef, Id to 6d; porky' 2Jd to 7d;- mutton, 3d to 5d; veal, lid to 5d-;'-4amb, 4*d to 7d; Belgium sausage,- 6d to -9d; fresh sausages, 4d to 4 id. Live poultry — Ducks,' 3/3 to 5/6 pair; cockerels, 2/ to 5/6'; roosters,' 4/3 j'.fowls, 3/6 to 5/; hens, 3/ ~to 479 ;? turkey's, 10/; n-eese, 5/. Dressed . poultry. — Fowls. 2/9 to 5/3 pair.

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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Dover GOLDEN WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934

Dover - ? ? * , .- * GOLDEN WEDDING. ' IMrand Mrs T. Clark, of Dover, celebrateci their golden wedding on Sunday, February 4th. Both Mr and Mrs Clark were born in the Huon, and have resided in the dis trict all their, lives, 'iand aie highly VPSnppfprl* .' MvP.lnrV -'wok pmTilnvpd as foreman' for many years at Mr McDougall's sawmill, and later held a v similar position -with the Huon Timber Company, who recognised hig' valuable services:*''' These were the. days before the eight hours day was adopted - for'' 'employees. --Mr Clark stated that he only saw his home in the daylight on Sundays, and' have experienced many thrilling times in the past. Mr and -. Mrs Clark claim five generations. Mr Clark's1 mother .('who is 90 -years- of' age) resides-^ at; Southport, .and ''is in good health.' ' ' All Mrs Clark's relatives pre-deceased her. Her father (Captain Brackley) - was well known in shipping circles. Many, of Mr and1 Mrs Clark's relatives, owing to, distance' and unforeseen circum ...

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Franklin School PARENTS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934

Franklin School : PARENT5'. ASSOCIATION. The i annual meeting of the Frank lin Parents and Friends' Association was held at the Franklin School on Monday, February 12th. In the absence of the president (Mr W. R. Yeates), the vice-president (Mr D. H.' Thomas) ) presided over a good attendance of members. The. r.hflirma/n ? on TipVmif nf ffiR association, welcomed Mr A. B. Gaul; who had recently been ap pointed as headmaster, to which Mr Gaul suitably responded. The hon. secretary- (Mrs E.' C. Freeman, read the annual report, which stated that ten meetings ? of the association had been held during the year. A number of children f rom.. the Bowen Road School, Ho bart, were . entertained in April j last, and on Anzac Day scholars from | the three schools farthest south com- j peting in the sports were provided I with afternoon tea. I The afternoon tea and dance on ! the evening of Anzac Day resulted ? in £22 15s. being added to the funds, j A subsequent dance resulted in : £2 10s. and a...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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The Fruit Season SHIPMENTS OVERSEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934

The Fruit Season SHIPMENTS OVERSEAS. The first of the apple ships will be the Aberdeen and1 Commonwealth liner Hobson's. Bay, which is due at Hobart to-day, February 15th, to' be followed .next week by the R.M.S. Moldavia. Orchardists are now busy, . and lorries going to and Kfro to Hobart will make the. Huon road alive with traffic. The first vessel to lift -fruit from. Ml P. Tmnav is K)io Wf'.«t.mnvf-ljiTirl (Federal Steamship -.Company) , ,and arrived at Beauty Point on Tuesday. She will load 20,000 cases of fruit, and was scheduled to leave for the United Kingdom on Wednesday via Fremantle. The following vessels are due at Hobart on the undermentioned' dates to%load fruit for the ports'shown: — ' . Feb. Hobson's Bay, rl4,198 tons, 'for - . London '....'.. ...\ \ . 15 Moldavia, ' l'6,555 ' tons,' -for ?, London . . . . . . . ..... 23 Pi-:t Brisbane, 8299 tons, -for . , -' Hull, London and Liverpool ? 25 '? March Tairoa,: 7893 tons, for. Liver pool ? ' . '. '. . . . 1

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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The Fight for Tirade COUNTRY STOREKEEEPERS' DIFFICULTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934

The Fight for Tirade COUNTRY STOREKEEPERS' DIFFICULTIES. i A writer in the . Australian Store keepers' and Traders' Jeirnal makes the following remarks on the subject of country storekeeping -which have particular 'interest to storekeepers . of the Huon and Derwent Valley: — | The outstanding problem which confronts storekeepers located in country and suburban areas is to Revise means which will counteract ;he growing importance which the' iiverage 'shopper attaches to city stores. ; With the exception of the butcher, saker, milkman and greengrocer, no jountry retailer is free from the Competition of large city sto'ies; Ivhile suburban traders are worse situated since city department stores lave even adopted the habit of sell ng a pound of chops or a bag of potatoes across the counter at baited brices. ! The position to-day is that, in all States, storekeepers covering almost jvery phase of retailing in' either iountry or suburban areas are be ioming increasingly alive to the fact. ...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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BUSH FIRE RELIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934

BUSH FIRE RELIEF. Franklin.— A meeting of ladies resident in Franklin was called on Monday to discuss relief proposals, whereby those in the district suf fering through the fires may .be as sisted. The ladies present decided to make a regular weekly 'contribu- tion, and to. canvas the district for further contributions. The follow ing comprise the. committee, and to whom donations may be sent: — Mesdames Nicholas, .Freeman, ,N. Barnett, I. Clai-k, W. Ayers, W. J. 'Barry, R. Wilkins, H. Brown, A. Neilson, I. E. Grigggs, A. J. Clark, E. M. Roberts, G. Pearce, N. Lou :'den, R. P. Barnett, and Miss Darcy; Hospital Bay. — On Friday evening ii euchre tournament has been ar ranged to, take place in the Hospital Bay State School, in aid of the Bush Fire Relief Fund. The organisers are Mesdames T. Reid and W. James. An offer has been; mad e-by'the. Ho bart'Ofprieus Club 'to. come' to ?Huon- ville within the next ', two or -three weeks to give a. concert on behalf of the General Fire Relief F...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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THE EMPTY NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934

THE EMPTY NORTH. A :New South Wales exchange, commenting on the proposal to es tablish- a colony for Jewish refugees in^ the north era part of Australia, says: — The- Commonwealth Govern-, ment is placed in an embarrassing position by the suggestion that Jew ish refugees from Germany should be allowed to settle somewhere in our empty north. Already legisla tion had decided against such things in the case of refugees from any country or of any nationality, on the ground of possible or even pro bable complications following as time went on. Many considerations are . against the admission of an alien people. Certainly the Jews cannot be so denoted. They include many nationalities and speak many tongues. Of all non-Christian peoples they would be the. most desirable in many ways. They are a peacelov ing people. Their presence in Aus tralia in the proposed segregated manner would:not be likely to lead to any political complications. They are normally well-disposed and. well-, conducted. ...

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934

THE WEATHER. The Weather Bureau reports that little fain fell over Tasmania last week; Squally southerly ? winds brought clearing showers to eastern and southern parts of the State. Cool temperatures prevailed during the early part of the week, particularly in the southern districts. Extreme tempei'atures during the .week at Hobart were 99.1 deg. on' the 9th Oiiirhpsfc sinne 'Januarv 11. 1928} . and 51.1 deg. on the 5th. Extremes for other parts of the State were 97 deg. at Swansea on the 9th, and 34 deg. at Moina on the 7th. - Rainfall .at southern stations was as follows1: Hamilton, nil;. Bothwell. 3 points; New Norfolk, 1; Hobart, 14; Spi'ings 60; Franklin. 4; Hythe, 11; ? Cape Bruri-i, 11. : The heaviest fall for the State was Emita, Flinders Island. 120 points..

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STATE GENERAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934

STATE GENERAL ELECTION. :. The National Campaign Council is calling for applications for endorse ment from persons desirous of con testing the : electorates of Dendson and. Franklin in the National interest in the forthcoming ? State election. Applications should be f prwarded -to: the- secretary of -the campaign- .(Mr' J. Milne Counsel), on. or before -Mon- day, March 19th, 1934.

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BOWLING GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934

BOWLING GREEN. A meeting of the members of the proposed Bowling Club was held at the, Franklin Town Hall last -night. The president (Cr. D. E. Ryan) Avho presided, said that in view of the recent withdrawal of the application of; a loan of £300 through the Ho bart Savines Bank, an alternative scheme of finance must be devised. There were several ??methods which, however, must receive careful con sideration before a final : decision is made. After a brief discussion it was resolved that & . sub-committee; comprising the chairman, and Messrs A. D. Tynan H. D. Thorpe, and W. W. ' Ayers, be instructed to investi gate a;niethod' of finance,' andrepoi't at the next meeting of the commit1 tee, which will be held a'Franklin on Thursday, February ;22nd, at 8 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934

NOTICE TO FRUITGROWERS FOR 1934 APPLE SEASON Consign your fruit to the old and well established firm of Messrs ED. H. LEWIS & SON LTD. This firm is recognised by leading growers as one of the most solid in the United Kingdom, and growers would be well advised to make use of their services -for best results. SHIPPING NO. 45Q ALL PORTS LIBERAL^ ADVANCES AGAINST CONSIGNMENTS We also recommend consignments to Messrs J. H. LUTTEN & SOHN HAMBURG & BREMEN SHIPPING NO. gQg OR 450 Advances Against Consignments. '?? Stencils and Advice Notes Supplied on Application. F. J. BENNETT & CO. ?A.M.P. BUILDINGS, HOBART. Phone 4969. ixatxiv&nzx^^vttmcMtsBumz^mzaxstnxmiasax&mmLi-iuuiuizzii — in ?? mi ? in ? ?iiiiiwim ? in i ENGLISH SHIPPING SEASON — 1934 366 CLAUDE E. RHODES 366 HULL 955 ROBERTS BRINING 955 r..?^i ; AND CO. LTD. LONDON and LIVERPOOL 478 CONNOLLY, SHAW Ltd. 478 ALL PORTS : Consignments Solicited. Liberal Advances. Prompt Settlement. Stenci...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19. WESTERWAY SAIiEi; ROBERTS AND COMPANY, LTD.C -will sell at Westerway on. Mbn-? day, February 19, at 12.30,, From Trap Valley — 20, Romney cross 2-tooths 30 4 and 6-tooth Romney cross] ew.es v 2' Rams Pen prime lambs, C. Ransley y Pen prmie lambs, L. H. Cooper* 20 Prime ewes and lambs, F. W.H Cooper Pen. prime lambs, Jas. Cooper Pen prime dambs,.. C. Clarge Pen prime lambs, E. R. Clarke Pen prime lambs, B. Holmes 6 Meaty cattle, P. Wigg 3 Stfws vand s20.' suckers; ; ditto Pen steers, E. E. Cooler . 4 Pen prime porkers, ditto 8 Meaty .steers and -heifers, A. J. Clarke WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY i\. i DISPERSAL SALE STRATHBARTON MERINO FLOCK 5,300^SHEEP 400 v HEREFORD CATTLE A/ G.- WEBSTER & SONS LTDV have been favored with instruc tions from R. C. Ibbott, Esq. (owing !to part of the property being sold), to;-- sell at MELTON SALE YARDS,: on. WEDNESDAY, February 21, at ,1'2. o'clock, . iTHE ! WHOLE OF HIS WELL i : ' KNOWN MERINO FLOCK, 5300 S^HEEP ? 350 Merino' ew...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934

ANY JOB--ANY SIZE-ANY PLACE That is the Service Offer of Crisp & Gunn Co-Op. Ltd. Headquarters for all Building Materials. '?? ? MELVILLE STREET, HOBART Phone 3077 ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934

i||P^^ yBinMITCO I Shop in ^^^®| \W iiUUIll ItOi Y(Our Own District m W DON'T PASS THESE BARGAINS BY! Ifi I-.. Huonville 2 The Business of Marsh's Pty. Ltd., Huonville, I Is now conducted by fj- A. N. MANN^ i Trading as MARSH'S STORES. ft Large stocks of Hardware, Drapery, and Groceries. IJ Our prices compete favourably with City. jj... SO SHOP LOCALLY. | C J. MASON jj ??':?'? 0AR;( FOR HIRE ? DAY OR NIGHT ^ DODGE 6, specially fitted for use in cases of ft: --????? : sickness or accident. II !: Wed'ding parties also attended to. c _ PRUIT AGENTS from the mainland specially [I V catered for. Driver has thorough knowledge of IJ ? District and residents. 0 IN YOUR OWN DISTRICT I All manner of repairs and overhauls executed. JJ ;o Saye the cost ofitaking.your car or truck to town X ? by ringing J PHONE 116 (All hours) | Motors Pty. Ltd., Huonville JJ Repairs, overhaul's, washing, motorists' supplies ? X AT YOUR FRONT DOOR | D. M. MORGAN, jj ELECTRICAL ENGINEER AND FITTER. . X HUONVILLE....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934

iEbr- Top Market Prices ! CONSIGN TO i S.-M MACHAD© & Co, ! PRIVATE TREATY SALESMEN All ?? United Kingdom and Continental Markets I 1PERSAL ^^Q^ Shipping Nomber ' -p ^ ? ? — ^ Stencils, and ^Triplicate Advice. Note Books obtainable from:: lW. Oi IWAXMER, Bursary House - SOLE TASMANIAN REPRESENTATIVE* frf. ? ; ? d ; Good News; for Fruitgrowers! I The Famous CUTLER Grader id Recognised as the. Most Efficient Machine of its kind in '5 ' the principal fruitgrowing countries of the World, is- now | MADE IN AUSTRALIA \i ? M_»__5-_-_ . . ' ' « ^ ''' Growers intending to place an order for. this' machineu are urged to do so immediately, X to facilitate deliveries, which will be made strictly in order of rotation. ',' Prices, Sizes, and Terms on application to the Tasmanian Agents;. f RQBT. NETTLEFOLD PTYi LTD. ?; HOBART AND LAUNCESTON ?s- C; P.fSEINNER, Huonville,i Huon Representative. '*?? THE HARVEY GRADERS I *V ; ? ---------- i i ?? ? ???-—-—- ?? ? — ? _=_;_ — ?? ??? ? ? ?— — ???...

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UPPER DERWENT WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934

UPPER DERWENT WEATHER. ' The weather iremains dry, and the last week was very trying. To wards the end of the week the bush fires started afresh, and) on Friday ithe flames, driven by a wind of hur iricane force, practically demolished ithe settlements of Uxbridge and Moogara, about 12 miles from Bushy iPark. The cluster of houses around the Uxbrid'E'e Hall and RoVmnl nvn almost the only, ones left standing. Altogether 13 homesteads were de stroyed, and in many cases loss of life narrowly averted. The fires at Fitzgerald have done very little damage, as they travelled over lo calities which had already been burned badly. The wind on Friday was responsible for much other damage, besides fanning the fires into terrible activity. Thousands of bushels of apples and pears were blown from the trees, and many, acres of hops were levelled to the ground. Messrs Penny and Terry, of Bushy Park, had 12 acres of hops blown down, and were also heavy losers of fiuit. At 5 o'clock on that evening a...

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DERWENT VALLEY Social, Sporting, Industrial Bush Fires [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934

DERWBNT VALLEY Social, Sporting, Industrial (By Special Correspondents) Bush Fires The' recurrence^ of bush fires on Friday last was more severe than the previous outbreaks, a strong north erly wind making it practically im possible at times to cope with the appalling danger, so fierce was the heat that property lodged in the centre of paddocks of green grow ing grass was not saved, the grass ; burning as if dry, and the fire pene trating the ground some inches. The greater amount of damage was done at Uxbridge and Moogara, a num ber of homes and much other pro perty being destroyed, including live stock. Among those who have suffered loss are Mr W. Hooper and family, Mr John Hall and family, Mr James Ed. Jackson, with 14 in family, all of Moogara, whose homes have been burnt. In Mr Jackson's case the loss includes the home, a cheese fac tory, milking sheds, and machinery, fences and feed. Of 100 cows, many were burnt, and had to be de stroyed. Mrs Bentley, of Moogara, !was also bur...

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R.S.S.I.L.A. ANZAC DAY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934

R.S.S.I.L.A. ANZAC DAY SPORTS. The Huon sub-branch of the R.S.S.I.L.A., held a meetingg at Franklin on' Monday, February 12th, at Franklin, when Mr G. C. Frank comb presided over a good attendi ahce of members. ? -? ? ? In connection with the sports com petition for Huon' school children on the afternoon of Anzac Day, a sub committee, consisting of the presi dent, and Messrs N. P. Loudon, A. Neilson, and A. C. Tynan, was ap pointed to confer with the State Schoolmasters' Association, to ar range a sports programme.

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