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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

THE 8 A TURDA Y. APRIL 16, 'l910.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

What | that corn gripping you again Try QyereU'e Corn and Wart Solvent, Is

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Current Topics. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

Gurrent Topics. CHURCH OF. ENGLAND. Owing to the continued incapacitation of Rev. F. B. Bethune, the Church of England services at Ranelagh and Franklin to-morrow, will be taken by Rev, J. W. Bethune M. A., Reotor of St. Paul's Launceston. 'He will preach at Ranelagh at 11 a.m., and at Franklin at 7 p.m. The visiting clergyman is a cousin of the Rector of St. Johns.

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The Federal Election. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

The Federal Election. THE result of the Federal elec tions has come as a severe' shock to many. The surprise it has occasioned is as great among the Labour Party as in other circles^ The Caucusites, or those who +.nllr lnnHnsf am mi or +/hom WArA always sanguine of a fair mea sure of success, but even they never anticipated that their gains would be anything like the re results have disclosed. The position now is that a majority of the electors of the Common wealth have decided in favor of caucus rule, and the outcome must be a Labor Government for at least three years. By that time doubtless there will have been a rude awakening; but during the period that intervenes it is possible for irreparable damage to be done. Though perhaps somewhat^ late in the day, one very severe lesson has been taught by this election. It hasshown the crying need for per manent organisation among the rational-minded, the - thinking section . of the electors. It may be taken as a faet that in this electio...

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S. AUSTRALIA. GROUNDLESS ARREST. DAMAGES AGAINST DETECTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

S. AUSTRALIA. GROUNDLESS ARREST. DAMAGES AGAINST DETEC TIVE. X In the local court on Thursday Sydney Claude Clendinoh sued Detective Mitchell for £99 damages for having, at Kapunda races on January 26, assaulted and beaten him, and taken him into custody upon a false charge of having insufficient means of support. The plea was that de fendant compelled plaintiff to go to the police station, and. caused him to be imprisoned until the following day, whereby plaintiff suffered great, pain, of body atid mind, and was injured in his credit, and prevented from carry ing on his business. Defendant pleaded that Clen dinnen at the time had in sufficient lawful means of support, and the defendant was justified in the action he had taken, following a decision of thg High Court. The Court on Monday last held that Mitchell had full power to arrest at the time he did, but it also found that he had no ?reasonable or probable grounds for arresting \ plaintiff, and awarded plaintiff £30 damages. A f...

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W. AUSTRALIA. LEVEL CROSSING FATALITY KILLED BY A PASSING TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

W. AUSTRALIA. LEVEL CROSSING FATALITY KILLED BY A PASSING TRAIN.1 A terrible tragedy occurred on Monday last at Boulder, when a man named John Hurley was killed. Deceased was driving a horse and cart over a railway crossing and did not notice an approachingtrain. which smashed into the. cart. The engine dragged the body about 60ft along the line, and when picked up de ceased's neck was broken, while there was a nasty wound on the head. Hurley was unmarried, and is believed to have a brother residing in Sydney.

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NEW ZEALAND. A DANGEROUS ESCAPER. ONE SEARCHER KILLS ANOTHER. POLICEMAN SHOT WITH A REVOLVER. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

NEW ZEALAND. A DANGEROUS ESCAPER. ONE SEARCHER KILLS ANOTHER. POLICEMAN SHOT WITH A REVOLVER./ Late on Sunday night, the police tracked Joseph Powelka, who recently escaped from gaol, to a house in Palmerston, and the surrounding garden. They made a search for the fugitive, and Sergeant M'Guire met- him among the trees. A hand to hand conflict followed, during which Powelka drew, a revolver and shot the . sergeant in the stomach, making off into the darkness. A detective fired twice at the retreating figure, but without effect. M'Guire is in a bad way. Forty armed police are now pursuing the fugitive. A:, large number of volunteers is out with the police searching for Powelka, but he is still un captured. The district is in a state of complete uproar and a tragic incident occurred to-day which made the matter worse. Among the people out looking for Powelko was an hotelkeeper named Overtoil. He met a man named Michael Quirke, and mis taking him for the fugitive, shot him dead with a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

The Huon People Are up to Date, and so are wo. We are moving to x-ur now premises and Up.-to-Date SAW MILLS AND JOINERY WORKS In Melville Street. LOOK OUT FOR THE BIG SIGN. KEMP & DENNING, TIMBER & JOINERY MERCHANTS, : Melville Street. P.S.. — Largest Stocks, Cheapest Prices AT C, S, MARSH'S, HuonviUe, you can got your Drapery, CJothing, Boots and Shoes, and Groceries at Town Prices fop Cash, t

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INCREASED TAXATION [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

iMORCASED TAXATION A serious business for you Mr- Tax payer ! Why should you provide for the widows and orphans of thousands of other men, who are able to do it them selves? Who have just as. favourable Why should you. help to provide Old Age Pensions in the future for other fellqws who to-day have every opportun ity to provide for themselves by effecting an endowment Assurance Policy in the National Mutual Life Association of Australasia to mature at 60 or 65. It is a man's duty, and his sacre.d privilege to make an immediate and certain provision for his wife and children by effecting a policy of Assurance on his life in the National Mutual. Rely upon it Mr Taxpayer, your taxes would be much heavier to-day if it were not for the splendid educational work done by the National Mutual and its Agents everywhere. The amount paid out last year to members on their representatives, was not less than £450,000. Just think what a lot of in creased taxes that has saved you ! It is your busine...

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JEKYLL AND HYDE. LIVING PROTOTYPE OF R. L. STEVENSON'S FAMOUS CREATION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

JEKYLL AND HYDE.- * LIVING PROTOTYPE OF R. L. STEVENSON'S FAMOUS CREATION. The police at Pontiac, Michi gan, and medical men all over the State, are immensely inter ested in a man whom they allege to be the living prototype of Mr R. L. Stevenson's famous charac ters, Dr. Jekll and Mr Hyde. The man in question is James Monroe, proprietor of the Clinton Hotel' at Pontiac, who is at pre sent waiting trial on charges of wholesale burglary. The officials of tlje State asylum are con vinced that he is insane, and their views seems justified by. his extraordinary dual life, ~ ; It is alleged that this respect able-, law-abiding', citizen and genial host at night became a orafty and successful burglar, who unblushing] y furnished -his hotel with the proceeds' of his orimes. . . Monroe was arrested on the specific charge of robbing a large furniture warehouse, and to this burglary he confessed and impli cated four other men. On search ing his house the police discovered an enormous stock of ...

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HOBART FRUIT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

HOBART FRUIT MARKET. Messrs A. G. Webster and Son report as follows : — At. our sale on Tuesday we offered just on 2000 cases. The market is firm for prime fruit, particularly Scarlets, Crabs, and New Yorks. Spotty, smallj . and inferior are almost unsaleable, and we, therefore, strongly ad vise holding back this class of fruit for the present. We sold :— CE, good, to 4s 4d i NYP, medium No. 1, good, to 3s 3d ; No. 2, good, to 3s 9d ; ALX. soft, Is 7d to Is 8d ; MC. good, Is 8d to Is 9d ; RP, good, to 2s 4d ; STP, No. 1, to 3s 6d; No. 2, good, 3s ; FC, good No. 1,3s 6d ; No. 2, good, to 3s 2d ; SPM, good, to 3s 6d ; No. 2, good,.to 2s 9td ; AP-M , medium, to 2s '8d ; FCP,' fair, to 2ss 6d ; toN, ' No. 1 and 2, well colored, 3s 3d ; ALF, No. 1, Is 3d. Peaches from 3s 6d to 4s 6d ; quinces, 2s 6d to 2s lOd ; and a very large quantity of small, spotty, and inferior from 9d to 2s per case. Pears — RS, medium, 3s 4d to 4s ; BB, fair, 3s lQd to. 4s; and a quantity of over-ripe and spotty ...

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MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, April 15. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

MELBOURNE. ^ Melbourne, April 15. Tasmanian apples to-day re alised Is 6d to 4s a case; Peaches, 2s 6d to 5s 6d a case ; Pears, 2s 6d to 6s a case; Quinces, Is 6d to 2s 6d a case,

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Latest Cables. MAINLAND FRUIT MARKETS. SYDNEY. SYDNEY, April 15. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

Latest Oa§iB@sB MAINLAND FRUIT MARKETS. . ' SYDNEY. Sydney. AdhI 15. Tasmanian apples to-day sold as follows :?— Alexanders, 3s to 5s a case; Ripstones, 3s to 4s 6d; SPM, 5s 6d to 6s; PL, 4s to 6s 6d ;? DC, 5s to 5s 6d ; Fannies Choice, 6s to 7s ; Adams Pear main's. 4s to 6s ; others, 3s to 5s. Pears— Tasmanian: DC. 6s to 8s a case ; BB, 5s to 8s a case ; Duchess, 6s to 9s a case; others, 5s a case. Plums, Is 6d to 2s 6d a case. Peaches, to 5s 6d a CclSO*

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"BILL" LANG'S THUMB. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

'BILL' LANG'S THUMB. Lang is not quite satisfied with the de cision. He says that, if ho did not win tho fight, he at all events did not lose it. The result might well have been a draw. Lang injured his thumb when he hit Burns on the head in tho ninth round, and says that after that he could not use his hand to full advantage. He would be' quite willing to meet Burns again.

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BURNS V. LANG. Heavy-weight Championship. Burns Awarded the Decision on Points. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

BURNS V. LANG. Heavy-weight Champion ship. Burns Awarded the De cision on Points. ?'Tommy' Burns (12.13) on Monday last wrested the heavy weight title from 'Bill' Lang (13.6) before a crowd of 15,000 people, at the Stradium, Rushcut ters' Bay. The contest (says the 'Age ') which was refereed by Mr H. D. M'ln tosh, differed from the previous match from a. hard hit.tinir noint of view, the men contenting themselves with boxing cautiously for a knock out, which; never came. The outstanding feature, of the 20 rounds was the clever evasive work of the glittle American, and the improved ring' generalship of the Victorian. The contestants entered the ring in the pink of condition, to the. accompaniment of rousing cheers from the crowd. The first round opened with Lang miss ing with a s'traight left. The lad from the Southern State tried hard with his left, but failed, Bums blocking cleverly. Burns fooled his man badly, but while Tommy was hopping round the ring-Lang scored with a right cro...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. Challenge Match. Huonville v. Franklin. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

RIFLE SHOOTING-. Challenge* Match. Huonville v. Franklin. - The commit^ae oi, the, Er,anklin Rifle C.lubniqtrc?ulTiftrrsd^y. night last for the puf^o^e' of- considering a challenge re. chived froin. tKe HuonvUle'Qlub to fire them at two ranges— 400yds and 500yds— - ten men aside, on the Huonville range. It was decided to accept the challenge, and the following team were selected to represent the Franklin Club : — Messr3 J. H. Rowe, J. Linnell, G. White, W. Walker, L. Beltz, J. Hinchey, F.Harrison, J. Leach, W. 'McMullen, 'and B ' M, Roberts. ? - ? J '? '?& ''? ^' TUfl ?Jijaiflh will b.e fired to-day,-and the visiting' marksmen are to be entertained to lunch by the Huonville 'Club. Alb arrangements in connection with the' match are. in the hands of j&y, V.' J Skinner. ' ' ? +*1 x' .

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TYPHOID FEVER. MELBOURNE, April 18. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

TYPHOID FEVER, Melbourne, April 18. At the present time typhoid fever is very prevalent in Mel bourne.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

EJlUITGROWERS are requested to note, upon RESUMING BUYING APPLES FOR DRYING, Small or Partly Rotten Apples will;on NO ACCOUNT BE RECEIVED. - . ;. ? E. LINNELL. S.S, Excelsior LEAVES : Franklin to-day for Hobarfc (with Sydney and Suffolk fruit). Monday, 8 a.m., Hobart for Huonville. Tuesday, 7.30 a.m., Franklin for Hobart with Suffolk fruit. S.S. Victoria LEAVES : To-day— Ranelagh 9 a.™,, Bridge, 11' a.m., for Hobatt (with Sydney and. Suffolk fruit).' Monday; E*?iy, Hobart for Ranelagh, Reaving the: samo evening on return. ; with. Suffolk fruit, NotiQQ to Fruitgrowers. i ? /~\ WING to 'being unable t© obtain sufficient hands to work Factory to full capacity, n.o. apples for drying will be bought until further notice. .; \{: ' E. LINNELL. ?- .- ??' ' . ?..-.- i Aiifigm^ aied Winter Season. GOODS ARRIVING DAILY. WE are now taking orders from the New Season's Patterns for Ladies' Costumes to order. * We cordially invite your inspection. / , Aa^p Post Office Store, ? i^#^E«i Lovett. ' .,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

| - ? ? . ae Best Cure, for Toothache. OverelF's jntalgic Essence, 6d ; posted to you, 7d j 1 S. MARSH'S for ? Best Bread \ Birthday Cakes, Wedding Cakes Small Goods, Honesty in . . Trading. IS OUR MOTTO AND THE SECRET OF OUR SUCCESS. You can shop by Post with us, and gat as much Satisfaction as if you called. We catch... every Steamer, Train or Coach.- ?-;? -We' give the greato^ i^sfajble va~\ue'-ob$in.ableuajvdJ r,$&in''6u£ Cus ibiWis'ty,' ao' doing.' '' ' ' Try us for your next Social and Dance. ARNOLD FOOD SPECIALISTS. HOLiverpool-street Hobart. ]?QR. JALJ}, 20 acr.e.s Land,T--roomed house, old 5-stall stable, 5-sta'H cowshed, chaff house, hayloft, barn, 1 piggery. ' ' Eight acres orchafd, '4 full bearing. 4 acres 2 years old ;'30 acres. ' gr^as, tough' cleared, carry 5 o^ws. '' ' ' About 1 acre' Pears, Quinces, Beaches, Cherries, Raspberries, and Black Cur rants. Room ,\6 carry- 1000 fo.wls. ' PRJG^ fORv LQT, £800, 1§ Acres LAND, 3 aoroa Grassed, VA aeres Raspberries, b...

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BURIED ALIVE. FATE MORE FREQUENT THAN IS ADMITTED. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

BURIED ALIVE. FATE MORE FREQUENT THAN IS ADMITTED. A rare note of alarm as to the dangers of premature burial is sounded by the Rev. A. M. Mitchell, vicar of Burtonwood, England, in the parish magazine. ' For a verv considerable num ber,' lie says, 'cemeteries have proved not sleeping places for the dead, but waking- places for the living. Syncope, concussion, catalepsy, ' hysteria, trance, are feigned forms of death, and are responsible for burial of the living with the dead. ' The number of prematurely interred is prob'abjy, a1 little eiaggetf.ated, yet. it is 'mu.cih larger thfari is 'generally admitted. Some estimate the auerage at 2000 a year. If such an estimate ap proaches ' anywhere near the truth, it signifies appalling pro babilities are regards ourselves. ' Bre,mature burial |s toq awful a danger. tQ be trifled with, and nq .trouble, should be d_eemed tqo ^reat, no paiiis should be spared, to thoroughly sift every case, however dubiou.s the gruesome story may appear to be...

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