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Cricket HUON ASSOCIATION. A GRADE. FRANKLIN, v. GLEN HUON. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934
Cricket HUON ASSOCIATION. A GRADE. FRANKLIN ,v. GLEN HUON. Franklin, after a poor start of five wickets down for 88, finished up with the good score of 312. The batsmen responsible for this were A. Med ury, a B Grade recruit, and K. Prjce. A. Medbury batted well for ? 81, his score including 14 4's. K. Price, though slow at times, was un fortunate not to reach his century after scoring 99 not out. His score included twelve 4's and three 6's. The pair added 93 for the six wicket. Scores : — FRANKLIN. N. Johnston, b. D. Calvert .... 21 R. Fulton, lbw, b D. Calvert . . 12 F. Pepler, lbw, b C. Woolley . 29 W. A. Fitzpatrick, c D. Galvert, .- b C. Woolley .......... 13 W. Darcy, run out . . . ... . . 8 L. Bairy, b E. Clark .... . . 14 A. Medbury, b R. Weeding . 81 K. Price, not- out . . . . . : . . 99 D. Watson, c Jacobson, ;b E. '? ' Clark .. .... .. ?-?.:. .. 15 W. Strang, b D. Calvert .: .-. 0 I. Yeates, run out -. . .. .. '. . 16 Sundries .... .. .... 4 ? , Total .; .. .. .. .. 312 B...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934
miMr' ? ! THIS SATURDAY I i GEORGE ARLISS in 'THE WORKING MAN' I I His greatest picture since ' Disraeli ' f ; . ASSOCIATE FEATURE ? 'TOMORROW AT SEVEN' I \ -..???? Exclusive to the Strand and for one week only. % THIS SATURDAY j f J \/jf% B i J$S^t ^^fe^4& 'v'^BBm NEXT SATURDAY 'THE KING OF JAZZ' The Greatest and Most Beautiful Musical Film ever Produced This sat. NEW HUON THEATRE Thiss*/.^ Britain's Inimitable Pair Together Again - *^| Tom Walls and Ralph Lynn in .. H 'A NIGHT LIKE THIS' I With Winifred Shotter, Robertson Hare, and Mary Brpugh. ^M And the Gripping Mystery Film— 'THE CHINESE PUZZLE' ffi Featuring Austin Trevor and Elizabeth Allen. ^M COMING ? 'FANNY FOLEY HERSELF' ? IN TECHNICOLOR I SHAPELY &- BEAUTIFUL j LIMES Shapely and beautiful limbs for young: arid old alike. Madame L'Var is introducing into Australia ' for the first ; time the new Continental Home treatment. j ' ' ? ? .'.'?? \ ' .. _ I . Every woman must 'hear how easy it is to obtain a |' be...
QUITE TRUE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934
QUITE TRUE. , A schpolmaster Avas giving a lesson on Avasted energy to a class of boys, il lustrating his subject by- various' ex amples as to hoAy.. energy , could be wasted. ' At the conclusion of the lesson the maatp.r aRlrrirl t.hp.' hnvs if anv of thfiin could give an example of Avasted en ergy., Instantly a hand shot up. 'Well, Johnnie, can yOu give me an example?' ,,. ;. . - ? 'Please, sir, telling a hair-raising story to a bald-headed man.' . Tire young man who had Avritten a book, to submit to publishers , Avas boasting of his literary genius. ' 'Yes,' said he, to a lady friend, 'my MS. Avas readflover, and the publisher said it Avould be real 'food' for the pub lic!' ., . ? 'Er — I see,' said she, bored. 'Tripe, I suppose?'? ? ' ' ;, .' -, :- . ' Tliey had just returned'- from their first motoring tour, and were trying to impress their friends with recitals of all they had seen. 'And,' someone; remarked, 'I sup pose, during those long runs,- you went through large tracts o...
LEARNING THE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934
LEARNING THE LANGUAGE. While on holiday last year we came across a guest-house looking delight fully imposing in a charming setting of an old-world garden. . Seeing that we were interested, the secretary invited us to look round. . As we moved about, we noticed a man engaged on various little odd jobs, ana were surprised tnat a man aoing these things should appear so gentle manly and well dressed. We remarked upon it to the secretary, and she told us that he was an Austrian professor whose home was in Vienna,! and that he wished to learn the English lan guage. He came to England on holi day, and' while looking round the guest-house he discovered they re quired a man for 'night porter and general duties.' He applied for the post and obtained it, thinking that such a situation would afford him un limited opportunities of learning 'Eng- lish as she is spoke'! Not only is this man making the most of his opportunities. He made the opportunity.
A PUBLIC DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934
A PUBLIC DUTY. One sees all types of girls on the trams, buses, ami trains in their trek to the city — most of. them going to work in oflices or. in shops. Some of them, too, are delightful to see. They look fresh, Avell-groomed, and cheerful; they have a bright 'Good 'morniris' for. their acquaintances, 'and- have prob ably a book or paper Avith them to occupy them on; the journey. '' Some-' ' how the sight of a neat and. charming sort of girl has a._ very; cheering effect, however grey arid 'depressing the'Avea ther. No matter Iioav cheap and old her clothes are, she has put them on at neatly as she can; her hat is not a good one, but it is put on at a smart angle, and her shoes are polished. But/-. you Avill also see the kind of girl.who has dragged herself lazily out of bed, tnrown her clothes on anyhow, and: is now going, unwillingly, to Avork. Her expression is dismal, her hair is untidy, and her general appearance slovenly, be her clothes expensive or otherwise?- It makes you...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934
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A PERTINENT QU[?] [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934
A' PERTINENT QU? f It Avas an annual custorj . ten ants to present the squn e f -irtli- day gift. A feAV days berj _ . ^ay came round a meeting avs -d to discuss the matter. f squire's gift?' the chairma^ 1 the assembly. As none was fs ning, he resumed. 'Then I propE give him a solid silver teapot,'K ^ At this point one of the^ S) an Irishman, stood f upi 4-'Sur£ . ?? ne said, bitingly, 'this tiineis^ ?e for joking. If it's solid how areg ' '^oing to make'tea-iri it?' K. I ? * ^ 1 ' Freddie came home fromT;: __.-?- '-very ' tearful. ? v^LiiiJ1 s 'What's the'' matter?' k^ ?' his father. I \v 'I've lost the tuppence te , -^ / -. gave. for the best boy in the ~'u - ne wailed., - ?''Never mind,' said tt ' -. ther. 'Here's another tuppence. Bj -_ ? ' (, $$ * you, come to lose it?' ! -' - 'Because I Avasn't the bes1 ' , » an. SAvered Freddie. / -' First Cook: 'I made a plu ?£'. aing Aveighing half; a- hilndredv-V.s.f tn0 other day.' ' ' ' -'.-??♦!* Second Cook: 'You'll no ^.^y. any. one t...
PAINTS WITH [?]ET. "There's No Fun Like [?]ovided Your Sense of Hum[?] to the job." [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934
PAINTS WITHl - )ET. 'There's- No Fun Likeg lovided Your Sense of'Hum^ to the Job.'e — — k TJiat .motto, neaiT Vi in poker-work' on Avood, £, )On my desk. I prize it, not ? | an ex ample of puckish philc^ ( clever ? craftsmanship, but asj^ °r of a ' ', mans determination^-^. -t, over affliction. For it Ava?S ror me ,by an armless artist;^ med it entirely with his feetij The job took him v;- ' e min utes. As he bonded t\' ind the'** surrounding design lnl^, id Avith an electrically-heated^ blasped ' firmly betAveen his to? hihngly told me something, if Jg ' !. His name is Mr. E GS g signs himself Egoes, for sho| h born Avithout'arms, he detet . ignore the handicap and set & n him self to use lis feet \ of his hands. 1 . In a very short wins - ui ed a skilful' , and delicate y ' - th his toes, and decided to t| * rawing and painting.' So he| ~ r at the Manchester School of i proved such- an apt pupil, th«* s soon able to earn his living Q- ssional artist. : : I? - ' ' He began ...
ALSATIAN DOG. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934
ALSATIAN DOG. Mr Colin Tonkin, of Ellowra, Bathurst . (N.S.W.) , ? writing to the 'National Advocate,' has a word to say in favor of the Alsatian dog^. Re cently, he stated, he noticed that a cattle dog and. a, half bred fox terrier attacking a flock of sheep, savagely flanking them and forcing them to their destruction. His Alsatian, whicn. was witn mm, lmmeaiaieiy shot ahead and leaped on the two attacking dogs. He. vanquished the* terrier after a short fight, breaking its back. He then commenced to chase the other dog, which fled, after 28 sheep and 4 lambs had been killed by the desperado. This is sufficient, says Mr Tonkin, to show that even in the company of killer dogs, Alsatians do not attack sheep, but on the contrary, attack other do£s worrying sheep.
SOCIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934
SOCIAL NEWS. Glenelg, Gretna, was the scene of a most delightful fishing party last Thursday. Tea was served on the .lakeside, and the evening was com pleted with bridge at the home of Mrs Fred Downie, there being about 28 young people present A successful euchre party was held at the New Norfolk State School on February 13th, in aid of the Bush Fire Relief Fund. The members of the Parents' Association, assisted by the ladies of the Red Cross, organ ised the entertainment. Prizes of 5s each were won by Mrs G. Cow bunr and1 Mr A. Brown, who donated them .to the fund. A 'box of., sweets was given by Miss Barnett.1 The' total proceeds for the evening amounted to £5. ; ??? -??'-' ' A committeee of young ladies are arranging for a dance to be held next Monday in the Oddfellows' Hall, the proceeds to be donated to the Bush Fire Relief Fund.
Captain Cook 1728—1934. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934
Captain Cook 1728 — 1934. To-day is the anniversary of the death of Captain 'Cook, one of the most' eminent among England's. navi- gators, and whose memory will be. perpetuated in' Australia by the erection of his humble home in one of the public gardens of Melbourne, Victoria. This simple building, in stead of being allowed to crumble, is being transported for the purpose. '?' Captain Cook was born in 1728 at Marton, in Yorkshire, England. He was first apprenticed to a haber dasher, but afterwards went to sea, and having spent some years in coasting vessels, entered the Royal Navy, in which he soon rose to the rank of master. The charts and observations which he drew up as marine surveyor of the coasts of Newfoundland and Labrador intro duced him to the notice of the .Royal Society, who offered him the com mand of an expedition to the Pacific Ocean to make observation of the transit of Venus' over the face of the sun. Captain Cook accepted the offer and sailed from Plymouth* on Aug...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934
PERSONAL. The Rev. and Mrs C. G. Williams returned1 to Hobart last week-end, after -their' honeymoon , at. Orford and Swansea, on the 'East Coast. Dr. and Mrs Lumley and their family, have returned' to New Nor folk after, an . enjoyable holiday at South Arm. Amonc .the visitors to Hobart at Cup week were Mr and Mrs D. M. Shbobridge and. their two daughters, Mr C. W. Fysh and daughters, Mrs and Miss Penny, Mr and Mrs Gerald Fletcher, Mr and Mrs V. Lee, Miss Anderson, Mrs and Miss Excell, Mrs Gilbert Aitken. Mr and Mjrs McDo'ughal, visitors from the mainland, are spending a few days with Mr and Mrs Ashton Warner, Valleyfield, New Norfolk.
TRUE LOVE! [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934
TRUE LOVE! For him the ' whole wide world holds nought but her, . ' -? And he loves her with all his honest heart, Content to tolerate her every whim And play his part Tn ni'i Iritio* r\P lint* tl'ivtt nun i*riniwl --»f case And safety; watching her with care, Swift jealous of the stranger who might halt With curious stare. - / He loves her, though she lias no dainty ways Aridlacks those charms that go with7 womankind! No mincing step — instead, a waddling gait, He loves her with a love profound — sincere — And tends her. every need ; with watchful eyes, ' - And all because a .week to-day : this sow Had Avon first prize! The American business man Avas ad dressing the Rotary Club on business, efficiency. 'If you. are going to get on,' he said, thumping the table, 'you must be com pletely .wrapped up in your business.'1 'It .wouldn't suit me,' muttered . one of his listeners. | He Avas a manufacturer of fly-papers.
Red Cross Society HOBART SOLDIERS ENTERTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934
Red Cross Society HOBART SOLDIERS ENTER TAINED. The ladies of the New Norfolk Red Cross Society entertained invalid soldiers from the Repatriation Hos pital on Sunday afternoon in the tea gardens, kindly placed at their disposal by Mrs Lloyd, adjoining the Esplanade. This is an annual out inir for the soldiers organised bv a willing band under' the leadership of Mr McHugo, affectionately known among the Diggers as 'Dad.' Nineteen of the men took advan tage of the opportunity of a pleasant change from hospital routine; and were brought in five cars provided by the Municipal Council, Major Hutchins, Colonel Blacklow, Mr- A.' Golding, and the Motor Co-op. Com pany. : Mi's Anderson, the president of the New Norfolk Red1 Cross Society, with her committee, received their guests on arrival, and entertained them with lunch and afternoon tea, the soldiers and friends sitting at well laden tables, to which full justice was done. The Warden, Mr T. Andrews, wel comed the soldiers to New Norfolk...
THE GAY BANDIT OF THE BORDER A Thrilling Romance of the Mexican Border Country. (Published by Special Arrangement.) [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER XXII.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934
THE GAY BANDIT OF THE BORDER A Thrilling Romance of the Mexican Border Country. By TOM GILL. '' - (Published by Special' Arrangement.) ' [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER XXII.— (Continued). ?Clustered about the ranch-house each vaquero stiffened. One dreaded word passed among them like the ' voice of death itself. 'El Coyote!' The flames of the haystack rose higher, tossing great sparks into the hlnp rlosert rV-v. Dimlv th« vanueros could distinguish a double rank of si lent horsemen surrounding them,, ready f and ominous. The firelight danced on the steel of their rifles and glittered on the conchas of their chaps. Again came the clear voice. 'I am sending men in to disarm you. If one of you moves, it is death to all of you.' Five masked norsemen approacuea. Quickly they made a little pile of the ' weapons of Jito's men. A short, stocky rider' seemed to. have taken charge. Presently he ordere'd the vaqueros to stand before, the door. Meanwhile . other, riders gathered the horses. 'So...
AGRICULTURAL BUREAU. MAGRA BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934
AGRICULTURAL BUREAU. MAGRA -BRANCH. A meeting of members of the Magra branch of the Agricultural j Bureau', and ratepayers of the dis- j trict, was held on February 8th. j Those- present included Mr H. S. Shone- (chairman), Mr H. A. Mor gan' (hon. secretary), Mrs 'Budden (State School teacher), Messrs B.: Shone, A. O. Morey, M. Triffitt,- G.; ?R. Triffitt. C. C. Rradshaw. and others. Mr' Malcolm, of the Extension Service, was to have lectured on 'Grazing all the Year Round,' but was unable- to attend, so the routine business of the branch-1 was at tendedl to, and the meeting resolved itself into one of the ratepayers to discuss further the question of ' a household and stock water supply for the district. The secretary reported that he had been requested by Mr Rowntree, of the Hydro-Electric Department, to furnish a plan of the district pro posed to be served under the pro jected water scheme. This had been done, and a reply is awaited,. it being hoped1 that the department will 'sen...
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934
TENNIS: '? After; being. postponed; -from , the previous week on account of rain, a successful mixed doubles handicap tournament was ? conducted- by the New Norfolk Tennis Club at: the local courts on Saturday last. Most of .the matches were very closely contested, and -at the close of play the captain, :Dr. Rowe, presented the winners, Miss E. Morgan and Mr A. Downie, with . the, trophies kindly donated for the' occasion by Mr , and Mrs H. W: 'Traill. Results: — First Round. — Dr. Rowe and Mrs Fletcher d. -lR.':=Brown and Miss; K. Shone, 9-^-5; C. Brown and Mrs Rowe d. E. R. Traill and Miss Webb, 9 — -5; A. Downie and Miss E. Mor gan d. K. Brown, and. Mrs Walkex-, 9 — 4; A. Brown and Miss N. Jillett d. C. Excell;.and!' Mrs Clark, 9-~7. ' ; Semi-finals: :Dr;.,Rowen and;-. ? Mrs Fletcher ,'d: C. ;Brown and' Mrs : Rowe, 9— 4;r A. :Dpwnie. and- Miss Morgan ; d...A.*Br;own-la'ad-Miis5; Jillett,t;9 — 6. ' ; Final. — A. Downie :andi'Miss Mor gan d. Dr. Rowe and '-'Mrs'jFletcher, ? 9-Vl. '...