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REPORTS MEETING Franklin Recreation Ground. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

fORTS MEETING n Franklin Recreation 1 Ground. ?j ; ? j . i successful athletic sports meeting I held on the Franklin Recreation and, on Saturday last. The weather I fine and each event oh the pro lme attracted a good number of con ints with the result that, those who 'ided were treated to an afternoon of ?esting sport. Chief interest centred 'd the 'Johnny Walker' Sheffield, -j prize for which was a case of iers whisky, donated by the dis ;s. Only those who had never com 'i in any race before were eligible for 3 event. Whether it was the prize | attracted, or merely a desire to |tiate their first step on the ladder of ?} within their own district, need -not liscussed here, but - nevertheless ? a: y number oflocal ' sprinters'-V'-came ^ard. J Spe'culdfion -fras ' ri£p as ' ip. ).kely w.inrfer, bufin'the ab'sence of '?rmances th'is was difficult to judge. ] section' of the prophets had placed I hopes in one W. W. Weidenhofef, je agility, they averred, was un ited, but was alleged brok...

Publication Title: Huon Times
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Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

FOR SAI+E—^Nioe young Orchard from 10 to 13 acres, and 45 acres land; cottage, % rooms; M'mile frgin jetty ; water frontage. £475, A' bar gain. ? ? Excellent investment— 2 Brick Cot tages, let at 16/- per week ; £400, or over 10 per cent. G.H.TRAPPES&OO. PROPERTY BROKERS. '??? U COLLINS STREET.

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South Australia. ADELAIDE, April 15, [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

So uth Australia. Adelaide, April 15, The return of the three r.e,tir,ing Labqr Senators is' no^v pertain.' In 'regard io |he referendum, the returns to hand' ~ 'slid w ah affirmative majority.

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THE CODLIN MOTH. LECTURE BY MR A. M. LEA. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

THE COBLIN ??: moth. LECTURE BY MR A. M. LEA. In the course of a lecture upon the codlin moth, delivered by the Government Entomologist (Mr A. M. Lea) before the ' Government School of Agriculture), the lecturer stated that the codlin moth was introduced from Europe in some dirty cases. Infected apples were forwarded' from America to New Zealand, and tha Government emptied them out, but to recoup themselves they sold the dirty cases to the people, and ? the moths in them soon spread throughout the cbun-'' ' try. Anything in the vicinity of the grubs would be availed of as shelter. That was the underlying principle'iof '.' f bandaging. Grubs were caught In the bandages, and they also sheltered in fences: All rubbish which would shelter -- theni should be removed^ ? H-e had reared ? rrVBdliri motifs frorn'a small'1 piece of In- . fee ted raspberry cane sent to him. Grubs had a power of longevity which sometimes hatched them in the second ' .' ? year. They were fearfully destructive; f...

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A Destructive Fire. Mansfield's Timber Mill Burnt. Damage Estimated at £400. Origin of Fire a Mystery. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

A Destructive . - Kl Fire. ''.'Jv Mansfield's Timber Mill Burnt. Damage Estimated at £4oo. : Origin of Fire a Mystery. During the early hours of Thursday. - morning Mr J. G. Mansfield's timber rhill on the New Road was' completely, destroyed by fire. The origin of the fire is a mystery, those who were working there on the preceding day being unable to give any hint as to how it was caused. When E.' Mansfield and other workmen left the mill at a quarter to 4 on We'd-' ' ? nesday afternoon everything was ap- A' ' parently safe. The furnace, had been ' drawn and every precaution taken, as ? was the daily custont, to guard against any outbreak of fire. ..-?.. CI About an hour later S. Mundy arriyed j - : at the mill with , a load of logs from the ' bush. He was the last man at the mill, ?'; and when he left there .was no sign-ofc.-v, v^ fire. He did not go into the mill, _but-:^.; passed it within a few .yards, and had '? 's- there been any flames or smoke arising [??' : ' he must have ...

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

Feel Weary? It's your liver. Try Overell's Little Liver Pills, Is a bottle.

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

! Great Seven Days' Furnishing Sale ! | ' All Prices have been Reduced on every article in WlTURE, BEDSTEADS, BEDDING, CARPETS, LINOLEUMS AND FLOOR-COVERINGS. ??% ' ' . ?-.'''-',-?'.' c'^tre about to marry, now is the time to buy. If you are about to re-furnish, now is the time to [t% Goods can be purchased now at our REDUCED SALE PRICES, and we will store them Free jr^a while, if not convenient to accept delivery at once. See the Daily Press for Sale Price Lists. »? i - . ' ?. |^TST. Brownell Bros., Ltd., Hobart. .'ZsZ? SHOP AT OVERELL'S. W JLL JL . Because he's the one to give value for your money. He wants your trade, and, as a special inducement to the people of the Huon district to see the value he gives, he is offering to pay freight on all goods purchased from him -$ ~* _ during the present month. If you want good value for j|j your money, bring or send your orders, and have them de ll livered free to your home. You'll find our store no further H away than the nearest post of...

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POLYGAMY. NATIVE MURDER PLOT. DISCOVERY SAVES MISSIONARIES. BRISBANE, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 20 April 1910

[?] .NATIVE MURDER PLOT.' DISCOVERY SAVES MIS SIGN ARIES. * ; BRISBANE, . Tuesdays; . Some time ago news was recent fron; German New Guinea that -: elaborate plot of natives to kill the ini sionaries had heen 'frustrated, and tl the Ringleaders had been captured a? t^ken to Herbertshohe, there to awi trial. . ' ..... ? 'j ? me. trouDie appears to nave arisen 1, cause the. natives ! favored polygan which the missionaries strengly oppos? About a year ago the Roman Catho mission, at Nonnmbo.'near Potsdamhaft communicated with Dr. Hahl, t; Governor of German New Guinea, aski? him .to take 'steps; to repress a pract; among the natives , which, they - sa; v practically amounted to manslaught' The natives .were warned, hut persist! and a few months ago 'the' Governor c cided to punish them. - In the. evei; which followed the steamer Siar, of t German New Guinea 'Company, now f. _port here for overhaul, played an i:; portant part. : ' I Captain Bang, who comiiiaiids the vi sel, this evening...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 20 April 1910

FOR _SALE. 70 acres Land, 6-roomed house, old 5-stall stable, 5-stall cowshed, chaff house, hay loft, barn, 1 piggery. Eight acres orchard, 4 full bearing, 4 acres 2 years old; 30 acres grass, rough cleared, carry 5 cows. About 1 acre Pears, Quinces, Peaches, Cherries, Raspberries, and Black Cur rants. Room to carry 1000 fowls. PRICE FOR LOT, £600. 16 Acres LAND, 2 acres Grassed, VA acres ^Raspberries, balance Bush Land easily cleared. 15 Acres LAND, 4 acres Orchard,' 7 year-old trees, 5-roomed Cottage, balance rough cleared — £250. 49 Acfps LAND) ? acrps Raspberries, 90 acres Grassed, balance Bush Land, 3 roomed House— £300. 0. S. MARSH, HUONVILLE. ' FOR SALE — Nice young Orchard from 10 to 13 acres, and 45 acres land ; cottage, 2 rooms'; ' 14-mile from jetty; water frontage. £475. A bar gain. Excellent investment — 2 Brick Cot tages, let at 16/- per week ; £400, or over 10 per cent. Gr. H. TRAPPES & CO. PROPERTY BROKERS. 94 COLLINS STREET,. ? ? ' ' ^ Oet the Habit OF eatin...

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DIVORCE FOR POOR PEOPLE. ENGLAND'S ROYAL COMMISSION ENQUIRY. PLEA FOR EQUALITY OF SEX. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 20 April 1910

DIVORCE FOR POOR PEOPLE. ENGLAND'S ROYAL- COM MISSION ENQUIRY. . . , PLEA FOR EQUALITY OF sex. ' : - - At the Royal Commission o'n^ Divorce sitting in England it has' been made plain that there is a pretty general consensus of opinion that the poor should have increased facilities for freeing themselves, of undesir able partners. Witnesses have suggested that lunacy, and im prisoment should be' made reasons for granting a divorce, and .that in .the -matter -of niisr condu ct the'- sexes' * should be placed on an equality. Sir John Bigham, President of the Probate, Divorce, and' Ad miralty Division, thought that evidence might be given before magistrates or registrars, but the proper place for the termination of all suits for divorce' was the High Court. He did not believe in hearing petitions in the County n ? ? UUU1 OS. to I One of the most startling sug gestions Sir John made was that misconduct, except in very serious cases, should not deprive husband or wife from getting relief....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 20 April 1910

Autumn and Winter Season. GOODS ARRIVING DAILY. '^^'E are now taking orders from the New Season's Patterns for ? 'A- ? . ^ ; Ladies' Costumes -to order. We cordially invite your inspection. - AD A C' Post Office Store, ? tii % .? Lovett.; WHE IN ? TOWN CALL AT JOHNSTON AND MILLER'S MURRAY STREET STORES WRITE TO-DAY for Samples, Prices, etc., of ' ? ? ???:?-& DRAPERY AND CLOTHING, CARPETS, LINOLEUMS,; - — WINDOW BLINDS. - PROMPT ATTENTION TO ALL POSTAL ORDERS. - . v -? ? ? * j. v Nw/-r'V ' 'kv.v-. 7. '-'z ? V.' Mount Lyell FAMOUS HIGH-GRADE MANURES REG, BRAND SUPERPHOSPHATE, NITRO. SUPER., ORCHARD, HOP, LEGUMINOUS, ✓ MAIZE and FODDER, BONE and SUPER., &c, Mount Lyell M. & R. Co., Ltd. AGENTS FOR SOUTHERN TASMANIA: A. G. Webster & Son Hobart. , - . . ' v.. ? - : ? - -v ?' - ? ? ? ' - * * I . THE 'Huon Times' FOR _ ' JOB PRINTING OF ALL, DESCRIPTION: - '?'??? '. - A'/'' ^ V- 3 - V'; ' /. ; . v ^ n v .?? V -v- ;V, * .* .: IF YOU'' WANT Envelopes Billheads...

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RIFLE SHOOTING Challenge Match. Huonville v. Franklin [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 20 April 1910

RIFLE SHOOTIN! Challenge Match. | _ - i- ? Huonville v. Frankli^ , In response to a challe; from the newly-formed.-' Htf ville Rifle Club, a team of mar meh from the ..Frapklin ? R Club proceeded to the Huonv range on Saturday,, where! match was fired under delight auspices. The ranges were ; and 300 yards, and as the weat was., ideal, for rifle shooting warm sun shining throughout i day, while the prevailing bre for the greater 'part of the ti during' which the shooting V in progress was very light. - |. - v In view, of the fact that.; it \ really the ' debut'' of the he combination, a good deal of! terest: was manifested in I match. It was witnessed hj fair number of residents, i though the local marksn; suffered defeat it was una mously conceded that they ml a fair showing for the first eff-! Their shooting, notably that; Messrs Y. J. Skinner (captai P. Buxton, W. Bailey, L, Stanl and G. Walton, was v.ery cre- able, and was sufficient ' to sh that in the newly-born club th; are s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 20 April 1910

1 Great Seven Days' Furnishing Sale! | All Prices have been Seduced on every article in FURNITURE, BEDSTEADS, BEDDING, CARPETS, LINOLEUMS AND FLOOR-COVERINGS. \ jffryou are about to marry, now is the time to buy. If you are about to re-fumish, now is the time to uO: it. Goods can be purchased now at our REDUCED SALE PRICES, and we will store them Free j for a while, if not convenient to accept delivery at once. .See the Daily Press for Sale Price Lists. jSr- Brownell Bros., Ltd., Hobart. SS \ - ' - ? ; ? ; ? ? ? ? -?3 .... ? ? . I — — ; ? ? ? ; ? ? — ; — . I SHOP AT OVERELL'S. j WHY? Because heV the one to give value for your money. He I ... . wants your trade, and, as a special inducement to the - a people of the Huon district to see the value he gives, he is '? - ; offering to pay freight on all goods purchased from him during the present month. If you want good value for your money, bring or send your orders, and have them de livered free to your home. You'll find our store no fu...

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WOMAN DIES ON HER WAY TO VOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 20 April 1910

( WOMAN DIES ON HER WAY TO VOTE. ' * ' An elderly woman named Mrs Rootes, wife of William Rootes, g,n . ex-railway fettler, a resident of the Thornleigh district, Syd ney, died suddenly on- Wednes day morning last while going to record her vote. She was walk ing towards the Thornleigh polling booth, when she col lapsed, and fell against a fence: A doctor was called, and he pro nounced life extinct. '

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"THE MARBLE MAN." [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 20 April 1910

- . - ' I 'THE MARBLE MAN.' f ? f- - The doctors of Birmingham | Skin Hospital are. hopeful (say§ ; ' Lloyd's Weekly ') of effecting a- \ complete cure in the strange case ; of Morgan Field, whose skin is ; becoming astonishingly like i marble. j J? leid is a needle-pointer -by ; profession, but his trade is not j blamed for his strange affliction. I This is said to be dne ! to an attack of pneumonia he j had. At any rate, shortly after- ; wards his skin began to take on ; a peculiar ' marble-like appear^ ; ance, becoming tight, hard as I leather, and abnormally white, f The skin on both arms up to the. \ elbows, the cheeks and neck, the ?' front of the §hest, and lh§ legs yp i to the knees is affected, and ; round the joints is so tight that I Field is unable to bend them, \ and he can only open his mouth ! with difficulty. While the sense i of touch is not. fintirolv Inst. t.ViA-rft I is noticeable dulling of sensi- ! bility. ; The disease during the eighteen : months of its progr...

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LAND FOR FRUIT TREES. A Popular Fallacy. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 20 April 1910

:MD; FOE,. FRUIT;. TREES. A Popular Fallacy. ; :.v . .... ,? ;? In speaking .at the School of Agriculture recently, the Govern ment Horticultural Expert (=Mr Osborne) said the popular idea, was. that rich land was not suit able for fruitgrowing, but this was really a- fallacy. Trees on rich land '' certainly produced more wood than those on poorer soil, and the trsatment should be such as to restrict the growth of wood and form the propensity for fruit-producing. Many fruit growers' were very strong iii the arm, but very weak m the 'head. The rule of thumb method should give place to a more thoughtful one. A. man who' did tiot think was 'more or less an animal. Rich land, under proper manage ment, would produce better fruit thaii 'poor soil. A warm, dry locality should be. chosen for the apricot. He instanced the case of a fruitgrower at Babdad who had lost £600 ' worth of apricots because of frost ; that is, he was probably trying to grow the wrong fruit for that locality. Apricots...

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EIGHT-OARED CHAMPIONSHIP. Tasmanian Crew at Work. Oarsmen as Fire-Beaters. NEW NORFORK, Monday, [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 20 April 1910

EIGHT-OAREI) CHAMPIONSHIP. Tasmanian Crew at Work.) Oarsmen as Fire-Beaters. } (From Our Own Correspondent.) | NEW NoRFORK, Monday, ( The reason that' I have', not \ written you previously regarding i the work of the crew is because j they have done nothing beyond ' tubbing.' Now, however, they | have gone into the racing eight, ; and as a consequence have been j able to convey some idea of their; ' rmp.lit.v as a. ranincr (-nmti!na. tion. . | The crew is a very strong one, j averaging 12 stone, and the work ; done up to date is of a very sound i and satisfactory character. They ; are seated as follows: — Easton { (bow), D. Munro (2), A. Phillips i (5), P. Wicks (4),. J. Woodhouse ? (5), W. Needham (6), K. Heritage ! (7), F. Coverdale (stroke). The crew were located at New | Norfolk early ^ last' week, and ! have been out for two rows each j day since under the eye of the. ! coach (Mr McKenzie). Training ' operations, however, have been) marred by the very heavy j weather we have 'e...

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FORTUNES IN RUBBER BOOM. MERCHANT MAKES £1,000,000, WILD 'CHANGE SCENES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 20 April 1910

FORTUNES IN RUBBER BOOM. MERCHANT: MAKES ? £1,0QQ,000, ,- ' WILD 'CHANGfE SOENE& - Scenes of the most extraordinary char acter have taken place on the London Stock Exchange recently as a result of the great rubber boom. Notwithstand ing that greatly-increased space has been devoted to rubber operators, there is still insufficient room for buyers and sellers. Day after day there has been a surg ing, howling, seething crowd around the jobbers, who 'have made themselves hoarse with shouting prices. Brokers have had to fight their way to the sides of the dealers, and clerks -who wanted to reach the jobbers have had to make their way through the equivalent of halfa dozen Rugby ' scrums.' It has been a fine time for these clerks, for though they have had to work prac tically night and day they have had their reward in vastly increased rates, of payment. In fact, competent clerks have been able to command almost any price they liked, and. a' guinea an hour has been a common honorar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 20 April 1910

' NOTICES. - . - . % ^ ? . . - JOBBING DEPARTMENT. - We desire to inform our readers that we : are 'prepared to undertake all. kinds oi Jobbing Work, and trust that the resi dents of the Huon 'District will accord us their support in this department. TO INTENDING ADVERTISERS. The Manager will be pleased to quote rates, for Advertising to any intending advertisers. Special arrangements will be made lor Contract' Advertisements. . ? IMPORTANT NOTICE. . In view of the fact that -it has come to our knowledge that certain of the papers despatched from this Office, have been going astray, we would be glad if those Subscribers who have not been receiving their papers regularly, would communi cate with the Manager without delay. THE Hka©ia Tiin&e§0 : WEDNESDA Y, APR1LS20, 1910.

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The Malwa Fruit LANDED IN BAD CONDITION. DEFECTIVE CARRIAGE ALLEGED. ACTION AGAINST P. & O. COMPANY PROBABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 20 April 1910

TM M^lwa Fruit LANDED IN BAD CON DITION. DEFECTIVE CARRIAGE ALLEGED, ACTION AGAINST P. A O. COMPANY PROBABLE. The announcement 'recen e 1 by-; cable last week that the . apples shipped by the' P. and O. Company's Malwa, had been landed in London in bad, condition, due apparently to heating on the voyage, comes as bad news for a number of growers in this State. This is not the first time that this damage,to fruit has occurred in shipments despatched by the ' Malwa. It will doubtless be remembered, particularly- by those who were unfortunate enough to despatch any consignments by her, that on her maiden trip last year a similar thing occurred. She landed her fruit in anything but good condition, and when questioned upon the subject the owners of the vessel gave the answer that the fruit must have been wet when shipped. Now that a repetition of the affair has occurred, London buyers and merchants allege that it is due to defective carriage) and it is learnt that concerted action, again...

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