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Sporting Notes CRICKET UPPER DERWENT ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934

Sporting Notes ? — ♦ CRICKET UPPER DERWENT ASSOCIATION In the exciting match played at Gretna on- Saturday, 'Gretna (defeated Mental Hospital. by -6 runs.' Scores: GRETNA. , . B. Geard, . c A. Besterr b W. ! Cranfield . . . . ... .... 0 L.u Cunningham; lbw,' b-n- A.^ Bester . . ... ..... .... 27 C. Cunningham,. .b AlBester. . .... 43 A. Green, c C. Reggett, b A. ': Bester . . ...... . . .i. 12 A.iRayner,ic and b A. Bester v 13 Wi-. Rayner,^ c H. r Wigan, b :W: . Cranfieldr.. ? ..14 C.:: Ploughman, run out .... 1 T. iBowerman, b A. Bester .. . . 0 G.'::Grey- b W:* Cranfield - . ... 6 M.v.Geard, not out . . .... .. 1 H. Geard; c J. McConnell.cb A.I Bester ? . . . . ? 4 | Sundries . . ........ 5 Total ...... .. ;.. 128. Bowling::' W. : Cranfield; i ;80-3-18;j A.; Bester, 112-6-61.-' MENTAL HOSPITAL./. : C. Reggett,' b A. Raynen -. .; . . 0 [Alan Bester, c Merv. Geard, 'b' L. Cunningham ?.. .: .. 0 A. Be'ster* b L. Cunningham1. . 27; H. 'Wigan, c Monty Geard, 'bLi! Cunningham - ? .. 2 W...

Publication Title: Huon And Derwent Times
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CENTRAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934

CENTRAL ASSOCIATION; ' Granton defeated New-- Norfolk onrthe' first innings ? by - 59-xuns.! Scores: — NEW NORFOLK.— First Innings. A. Brown, b K. DlcTcenson- . . 26 D.. Swann, b E.i Rayner .:.--... 2 M: Jillett,' c sub.-; b 'K.KDicken-r-. son?: ? '.. .. 20 R.- Swann, lbw, b M.vDickehsonv* 13 E.^Swann, b MJ Dickenson^ ;. 5 G. Hardie, b K. Dickenson . . 8 A. Gossage, c J. Hickman, b K. Dickenson ? 41 G. Pye, b R. Dickenson?* . ..... 9 A. Traill, c K. T-ic1cehsonrb J. :? Hickman .... .. .. '.-. 19 t-. Espie, lbw, b R. Dickenson . 1 N.- Salter; not but - . . . . . . . . 0 ; Sundries . . ..... . . .-. 18 Total ? .'. .. 162 Bowling:,J. Hickman, 40-1-30; E.= Rayner, 48-1-32; M. .Dickenson, 56r 2-32; K.; Dickenson, , 64-4-50 ;-* R. Dickenson, ,32-2-1. i Second' ''Innings.- - ' G^L. Hardie, c and'b R. Dick- . e'hson . . . . ? 0 D.?Swann, not out . . ...... 27, A. Traill,. not out ........ 22J Sundries . . ? 12 ; One wicket for . . . . . . 61' Bowling: R. Dickenson, 16-1-24'J' K. Dickenson, ...

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Cygnet FAREWELL DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934

_. Cygnd;£y&\! J FAREWELL DANCE.: ' iO P The Cygnet branch - of ' ..Old ,CoK legiate Girls held a dance in' the^ Cygnet Hall supper .room on Moh-\; day, Febiuary 12th, to bid1 farewell*;' to Miss Elenor 'Ivey, ' who -is leaving 'j the district shortly to take up nurs-^ insr. in the Melbourne children's^ hos-S pital. The supper table was ' deco-;* rated with bluebells and an-/; tirrhinums, the hall decorations^ being hydrangia ., and red-hot-poker. H;' Among those present were 'old'iV ghls' from the ^mainland. In ad-vj. dltibn. to dancing, in- -which 'rS^large!^ number 'engaged, bridge .tabled wereS provided. The Rev. C. C. Robert-^ son' presented Miss Ivey with a^ fountain pen from the Old Girls'j\ Association. , -The' committee '? that\ organised the evening were Mes-^ dames Coupe, Johnstone,. Mortimer,^ Tanner,' Redman,' 'Misses ' jMCockerifir L.. Harvey, I., and D. Pixley,,and_.Ei^ Connor.' Songs 'sung by' ' Miss Lila i Harvey were very much appreciated. * The^.evening 'c...

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ENGLISH MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934

ENGLISH -MARKET. Messrs T. ' Boss- Walker Pty. Ltd.' are in receipt -of a letter from': Messrs Yeoward -Bros.3 -in- referenceA- to the present' outlook for apples for '} the- coming season, -in- .which ^-they^ write as follows: — 'Prices for apples'1 are advancing, especially boxes. Ifcj is generally admitted that the sup-* ply of Winesaps from U.S.A., which-- form a very great proportion of the supplies usually received at the endv of the season, will this year-be cur-i tailed considerably, and it, looks nowr' as 'if early shipments of Australiar.'-' apples will arrive on a comparatively'1- empty market. Prospects, therefore, are. good to. comnience.,with, but af terwards it 'will all ' defend' upon 'the frequency of arrivals, and, of course, the- quantities,- together -with the con dition, in' which the fruit is landed. So far as we. can now judge prospects look-- fairly blight, if 'our markets are not swamped the same as they/, were last ' season. We hear that'1 there are several...

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

^___— -* ^^^'^ ' ? ? ?!? ?———————————————————_?———_?_??___________—??_??? V pPLES! APPLES! TAS V I GROWERS, MEET ft C. LOCK ART ,' , jLICENSED FARM . PRODUCE AGENT. Who'*- * Jpleased to Sell your Apples on the Sydney Market ?%? J at market rates and give you prompt returns. By - ^ your Cases 238 there will be no need to worry. ' - Ji will be sure of having done the right thing. H. ic - 'TCKART, CITY FRUIT MARKETS, SYDNEY [ - JARANTEED BY FIDELITY BOND OF £1000. THE GROWERS' FRIEND. I J. .GREENTREE ?yy ' IS THE.RIGHT PRICE FROM THE OPENING TO THE £ * 1 * CLOSE OF THE SEASON. ^1RUTT 'MERCHANT, MUNICIPAL MARKETS, * . ? . | SYDNEY. ' j * I SHIPPING NO. 228 I References: Any of our Clients anywhere. TJ | WHO GETS HIGH PRICES FOR YOUR FRUIT. H WILSON'S Marketing Methods Exc - ,. pse shown by the rest in the way of returns, high and »dy, H. W. proves he's the Growers' Friend. I k troubles by . ? ' N ? ' - Sen |rb. Wilson a TRIAL CONSIGNMENT, but be sure and ' make it a decent Average Grade...

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

If you want to buy. something. ask for it through the wanted, column of the 'Huon Times.' You will get quite a lot of offers, from which you can make a selection.

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Boy Scouts CAMP AT DUNROBIN BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934

Boy Scouts CAMP AT DUNROBIN BRIDGE.. 'It was iwith no .little excitement that the '? 1st Dover Saint Paul's Troop of Scouts prepared themselves for camp, as the time drew near for them to depart -on their adventure trip up the Derwent River. The Wolf Patron Leader snapped out savage orders to his pups to bring large quantities of tucker, in cluding an inexhaustible supply of sausage rolls. He then went slink ing off like an old wolf round 'the country-side to pounce on the first cover he could find for his lidless camp oven. The leader of the Eagles, with eyes that see everything and ? miss nothing, flew%ither and thither at high speed, overhauling each eaglet's equipment, and pecking into every one's business and tucker bags, to make sure that his fledgings were ready for their flight. The Troop Leader, with extended chest, strutted about like a fly-weight champion, ready to enter into a fierce encounter with anyone who did not pay1 proper respect due to a newly appointed troop, le...

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

GROWERS ! Your Overseas Consignment Fruit. — ? . ? . ? -_ ? . ? _ ? . j^ J. O. SIMS, Borough Market, London who has sold o^ir Fruit with so much success in London for rrfeny years ' will; in future, also r supervise our sales in Liverpool, Hull, and on ga the Continent. ' 5S ? - ru bi Brand now for all United Kingdom ports - No.' 464: dl ? , ' / ' \ For the Continent ----'-«-- No. 815 Catalogues issued, and Stencils supplied Free on application. i 2( The Port Huon Fruitgrowers' 2' CO-OP. ASSN. LTD. DAVEY ST., HOBART. '...-'. Phone 5031. ni .' ? - , ? ?„ - ? „ ? ,- - , ? « r OVERSEAS FRUIT SHIPMENTS. GUERRA & CO. (LONDON, LIVERPOOL, HULL, MANCHESTER, GLASGOW, = HAMBURG and ROTTERDAM.) Solicit a share of your consignment business, and1 have pleasure in . .. ' announcing that their ? ' , Guaranteed Advance is now available. r This advance is equal to 2/1 Jet f.o.b. at the present rate of exchange, and gives the Grower the benefit of the full nett* - . proceeds of the Fruit, plu...

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COUNTRY WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934

COUNTRY WEEK. : The semi-final match, between Central and:Huon to determine who should ; play . Tasman : for the: final in the' Country Week premiership com petition, was held at the North Ho bartiground-on Thursday; February 8th; After an exciting game.^Cen ti-al' won by . 1 2 runs. A feature of' the match' was the fine: display - by E. Swanni (Central), who' made;: top score for his side, and' secured eight wickets for 70 runs. The following are the complete scores: — ? . CENTRAL. Total;: ? 229 HUON. B.' Watson, c M.'Jiltett, ? b B,' Swann. ? ? '. ? 33' D.lHelin.Jj E. Swann-1 ...... 19 G. Bansen, c R. Swannji b M. : ? Jillett .. .. .... .. -. . 51 J. 'Griggs, . c V. Carter,*; -? b E. Swann ?? ? . . . ., 2 N.I, Johnston; c R.r Swann, bE.'.-. : Swann ? 51 W. Fitzpatrick/-C' B.^Reynolds,. b t Swann V ? ?'?.-. .. 40 K. Jolly, c M.! 'Jillett; -b ErSwann 0 D. Calvert, c and ib? A. 'Brown i. 10~ TiiPnwpit Vnva I. V. SiunTin..! 1 K:r- Price, not. out . ., ... . .-.-/.. 3 W- Coadj c J..iWe...

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COTTAGE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 15 February 1934

COTTAGE - HOSPITAL.^ I . The. monthly meeting of the: hos pital committee, was held on Wednes day. Those present, were : The, .War den .. (Mr ;T. Andrews), Mr L. A. V.oight. (secretary), and Crs. A. Piageon, G.;;Mathesan, iF...Graham, H. Shone and,P.:.A. Feil,,Dr. Rowe, Mr F. Lee, Mrs W.' Hill, 'and Miss C. Oberlin Harris. Thehho'u3er£ommlW&e£*eported%.that it would be more satisfactory to nave a door leading from the in terior of the hospital to the theatre, than to have-a blindion the* verandah, i as suggcsieu ai a previous meeung. | ? After discussion it .- was decided fthat the cost would, be too great 1 under present 'financial conditions: ' On' thet .motion of Cf. Matheson, it w'asnagreed, .that . the wards in .the' upper ,story. of the hospital be termed I private ..wards,', and ; be charged as such, unless the public wards.:down sfairs were full, in. which case the public 'ward rate would be charged. r Cr. Pidgepni objected to the: delay in sendingout accounts, also ...

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

7 '?'??'' ' ' FINALS '??'?' i ' The weather .conditions were/: not, favorable, for. .cricket (when. Central: met Tamar on Friday last to decide, the premiership of the Country Week competition (Chapman shield) . The, .match, resulted in . a ,win._for Central by two wickets and two -runs. Scores: — : TASMAN. L.3Hartam,-lbw,- b E. Swann''... 11 F.^Noye- b A. Brown: a .... .. 28x B.' Anderson,1 « b E.» Swann' ...... 30 K.^Tatnell, c J. Stewart,'* t A;', ?-. Brown ' ?? ? ' . . . .-??'. . 0 Wi' Frost, not* loubv. . . . ..... 26, L'Ji-Tatnell, c Dickenson,'J . b ?-? Aj(, i ? Brown- ? 5 G.! -Batchelor, -b E.iSwann;.. ... 19 K.'fSp'aulding, run out ?...-.. . ... 1 j. Noye, b E.1 Swann v. ....... 18 R.rFrost, c A. Brown.b E.rSwann:^ 1 !' Sundries ? ?.... i. . . 11 ['? Total ?-....'.. .. ... . . I51 ' ' Bowling: J. .'Stewart, . inoneiifor.- 29 ;? E. ' Swann, 6 for : 84 ; -N. ' Limbrfck; honenfor 7; A. Brown','3 for 19.r( | central;.. JB.» Reynolds/ c K.:iTatnelli b Wiv I Frost; . . . .-... . ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 February 1934

;;' ; If you have not yet done business wikh MESSRS YEOWARD BROS. AND THE I.F.G.. it will pay you to try them this season. 323 *s t'le Shipping Number for both U.K. and Continental Ports. T, BOSS - WALKER, PTY., LTD., 105, MACQUARIE STREET, HOBART. ENGLISH SHIPMENTS, 1934. ? *'? -' ''': '' . ? * Growers! Consign Your Fruit to Messrs RIDLEY & HOULDING, WHO WILL RETURN TOP MARKET PRICES. Only one Shipping Number for all United Kingdom and Continental Ports. SHIPPING 586 NUMBER. A. J. WALSHE & CO. LTD. 130 Collins St., Hobart. , Phone 5544. I EVERY AUSTRALIAN STATION AT ITS BEST AND . « | THE SHORT-WAVE STATIONS OP THE WORLD ?IN THE ? | I NEW MODEL 734 I Stromberg^Carlson I ALL- WAVE FOCUSSED RADIO I an^n^i PRICF £42/10/- ! I Hi 'ffililiH AND IN THE lower-price I Sole Distributors : - FINDLAY'S PTY. LTD.; X 80-82 ELIZABETH STREET HOBART ] X New Norfolk Representative : R. J. GEARD \ NEW NORFOLK Subscribers to the ' Huon & Derwent Times ' May obtain copies from R...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 February 1934

E. R. TRAILL, NEW NORFOLK, For your FRUflJT, SWEETS & VEGETABLES Try our NEW ICE CREAMS. ? They are delicious. F. E. BROWN, BUTCHER, HIGH STREET, NEW NORFOLK.' Corned Meats and Small Goods a Specialty. Don't delay in ordering your week . end Joints. . PHONE 10.

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NEW HUON [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 February 1934

? ? ? | NEW HUON RKO Radio Pictures comedy- | drama, 'Fanny Foley Herself,' which is to be seen at the New Huon Theatre on Saturday, is said to be a 'new' picture in every sense of the j word. It is a irefreshing story pre- j senting a novel plot of mother-love, i comedy, sacrifice and romance. It presents filmdom's newest star, Edna i May Oliver, who, in the past has often filled a comedy role and a foil to other stars. It is the first pic tuie to be shown here made with the new technicolor process, and is filled with magnificent settings in their natural color. It also marks a new i era in perfection of sound recording. I RKO pictures' latest development, the new 'ribbon type' microphone was used. The instrument is said to be so sensitive that the waving of a hand before it will create sounds like those of a windstorm. Support ing Miss Oliver is a notable cast in cluding Hobart Bosworth, Florence. Roberts, Rochelle Hudson, Helen Chandler and John Darrow. 'Fanny Foley Herself' even...

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Fruit Industry RESTRICTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 February 1934

Fruit Industry RESTRICTIONS. Mr 0. R. Scott, who waited on the Esperance Council in respect to ship ping services to Port Huon, men- 1 tioned the unfair restrictions re- j cently enforced by the Australian I Apple and Pear Export Council, wherebv errowers would' be debarred from exporting them. He produced samples of Wellington Pippins and Russets, and said both these varie ties were profitable to produce, yet i they had been debarred. Russets of the 2-inch size had been known to realise payable figures on. the. over- seas markets. The varieties pro hibited from export were known' to realise 14/ per bushel two years ago, ; Cr, B . Q- Plummer said the reatric- ! tions had been enforced for- the ; benefit of the industry as a whole.. ' There was so many varieties, and ; agents had pointed out that a multi*'1 plication of misleading brands must. : be eliminated, as it was detrimental j to the. trade., i Sir John Evans said that the mat» ' ter had been taken ur- stronerlv hv '. Colonel ...

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Fruit News ENGLISH FRUIT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 February 1934

j Fruit News I ENGLISH FRUIT MARKET. Messrs T. Boss- Walker Pty. Ltd., ' of Hobart, are in receipt of advice from ,Messrs YeowardBros. that, on the 10th January, extra fancy De licious were bringing in Liverpool - from 12/9 to 14/6 a case, a further rise of 1/6 a case on the price of the previous week, and extra fancy Oregon Newtowns from 12/ to. 14/ a case. . In London at the same date Winesaps were bringing from 11/6 ? to 12/, Jonathans, 11/6 to 12/6; Oregon Newtowns, 1-1/6 to 13/; and English Bramby's Seedlings, ex cool store, 12/ a case. — — — ^^-_— _^_ ? »

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At the Theatres THE PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 February 1934

At the Theatres — ^^ ? THE PRINCE. 'King of Jazz' opens at the Prince of Wales Theatre on Satur day. This revival of the most .popu lar of the music extravaganzas of three years ago is an interesting in dication of a mood which is sweep ing over the movies and the country. Moving pictures have always .been regarded as a necessity by the powers that be. During these times, comedy has been the predominating i note, but it is really the times which I are bringing - back musicals to the I place they once occupied. 9ophisti-| cated pictures seem, to be all right i during prosperity, but, now people j desire to amuse themselves withj merry and melodious fare. 'Kingi of Jazz' is mighty timely. As soon as- Carl Laemmle was convinced of this trend, he took steps to revive, re-edit and re-print the famous 'King of Jazz,' starring Paul White man and his famous orchestra. Its place in the hearts of music lovers has never been taken by any . other picture, and its return will be wel comed by eve...

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Correspondence. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 February 1934

Correspondence; To the Editor. Sir,r-rl should like to. direct the afc tention of' the ratepayers to the re cent tender for wiring the Port Huon wharf. I have it on the best auT thority that there was considerable dirrerence between the lowest tender and' the tender accepted. In- these hard times, when individuals have to economise, it is nfct right for our councils to throw away money by paying mo-re for work than they need. I could tell them of plenty of roads in our municipality that need1 attention if there is any money to spare. — Yours, etc., ECONOMIST.

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HIS MAJESTY'S. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 February 1934

HIS MAJESTY'S. A great and moving dramatic story is told in 'I Was a Spy,' which portrays the daring deeds of Martha McKenna, who was a Belgian nurse in a German hospital during the war. It was adapted to the film from the woman s spy s own reminis cences, and has been acclaimed as a triumph of realism. The brilliant cast is led by Madeline Carroll, the most capable and popular British screen actress of to-day. Herbert Marshall, a strong favorite; Conrad Veidt, the Continental actor, famous in two continents; Gerald du Murier, one of England's greatest stage ar tists, and Edmund Gwenn, a screen favorite, whose character studies are always excellent. 'I Was a Spy' is a real life story. The people concerned are living their lives, not acting upon the stage. Hence the human reality of the whole produc tion. 'I Was a Spy' commences at His Majesty's Theatre this Satur day for a season of one week. There j will be three sessions daily. The associate picture is 'Great Stuff,' featuring Hen...

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Franklin Fire Station MEETING OF PROTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Huon and Derwent Times — 22 February 1934

Franklin Fire Station MEETING OF PROTEST. . At a meeting held on Monday night a protest was made against the erection of the fire station on what is claimed to be the Soldiers' Re serve. Mr S. Mclntosh presided, and stated that the reserve containing the monument was actually the pro perty of the Returned Soldiers of Franklin, and that the building, if erected, would interfere with, and probably be the cause of the destruc tion of a pine tree said to have been planted in memory of soldiers who fought in. the South. African war. He considered /that the Council went beyond ? its rights in granting the ground without the consent of the ireoreation ground, committee. Cr. White said when the matter was discussed in Council, he had no idea the Fire Brigade Committee was in such a hurry. If the building operations could be stopped he would do what he could to prevent its erection. Other speakers were Mr V. Griggs, Mr W. Minahan, and Mr R. Brennan. Mr M. Hay moved — 'That this meeting appoi...

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