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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 20 April 1910

SHIPPING. The s.s. Paloona left Hobart for Sydney at 11.15 ; p.m. on Monday, taking 19,032 oases fruit, 9006 half-cases fruit, 342 cases 'evaporated fruit, 188 cases pulp, and other cargo. She is due there late to night. 'v The ketch Aristides arrived at Hobart : on Sunday, and will proceed from there to Catamaran to load timber. The Ulimaroa, from Ne\V Zealand ports is due at Hobart to-morrow, and will sail a few hours after arrival for Melbourne. The s.s. Manuka is due at Hobart early on Friday morning from Melbourne. She is timed to sail at noon for New Zealand ports. ' The s.s. Westralia left Sydney yester day for Hobart. She is due there on Thursday, and will sail as usual at 9 p.m. . on Monday on the return trip.

Publication Title: Huon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 20 April 1910

The Butterfield Lever ( IS known all over Tasmania as absolutely the best watch obtainable at a reason |'= - able outlay — specially designed for hard rough wear. The price is 20/-, and itfe s guaranteed for 28 years, and kept in order free of chargo fo 2 years gj' ? .#i A. BUTTERFIELD, I ... . ... - - - ? ? ?--.--V--, ' g JEWELLER AND OPTICIAN, 101 ELIZABETH STREET, HOBART. | TELEPHONE 385. . . „ k

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FRUIT STEAMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 20 April 1910

. FRUIT STEAMERS. The R.M!S. Otway (Orient line) left -Hobart on Monday night with 11,662 cases apples, and 112 half cases, 63 half oases and 30 packages pears, for the English market. The P. and O. Coy's liner Morea leaves * Sydney at 4 p.m. to-day for Hobart. where she is due on Friday morning. She will sail on Saturday for Melbourne, en route to London. ;,.v The total quantity of fruit shipped to ..date to places outside the Common wealth and New Zealand is 407,600 cases, being 127,300 cases more than the total t shipments at the corresponding date last - year.

Publication Title: Huon Times
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THREE FLIGHTS OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 20 April 1910

THREE FLIGHTS OUT.. The Bride: I want .you to send me some coffee, please. - The Grocer : Yes, ma'am. Ground? - The Bride ; No, third floor front, ' / ' I

Publication Title: Huon Times
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MAIL TABLE. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 20 April 1910

MAIL TABLE. ' ' INWARDS. United Kingdom, Continent of Europe, ? ? India, this morning. ?- : TJ.S.A: and Canada, 21st inst. Australian States, to-morrow, per. Oonah. . N.S.W. (direct), to-morrow, per Wes tralia ; Friday, per Morea. New Zealand, to-morrow, per Uli maroa. _ South Africa, 27th inst., per Toegariro. OUTWARDS. Australian States, to-morrow, 7 a.m., New Zealand, Friday, 11 a.m. Sing Island, to-morrow, 7 a.m. South Africa, Saturday, 7 a.m. U.S.A. and Canada, 6th prox.

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"MARTIN CASH" [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 20 April 1910

'MARTIN CASH' The Franklin Town-hall was packed on Monday night' by an enthusiastic audience, when Mr W. P. O'Callaghan's Dramatic Students produced the Colonial drama ' Martin Cash.' , It is a remark ably good ' going' piece, the situations being strong. The plot was easily followed and the audience became niLuiiocijr uncicaLeu eta me^/piay aeve loped. The author successfully aims at historical accuracy and allows good scopo for elecutionary effect. The followihg ladies and gentlemen made successful appoarances, viz : — Miss Annie Ryan (Maggie Cash). Mrs. O'Callaghan (Mrs. Kerr), Miss Madge Darcey (Mary Balfour), Mr W. Wicks (Martin Cash), Mi- Ii. Dayton (Captain Price), Mr W. Michael (Stevens), Mr R. Coupe (Jack Smith), Mr E. Wicks (Jones), Mr A. Ryan (Kavaugh), little Jack O'Callaghan (Peanuts). Mr W. P. O'Callaghan ap peared in the , triple characters of Rev. Fathor Terry, Frank tho Poet, and Percy Fitzclaren. Tho stago. effects were shown to ad vantage by a brilliant sot of gas...

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

? A REAL COMFORT FOR . HUON FOLKS. . ' ' \\f INTER will be upon us before we V V are aware of it. PREPARE, PROVIDE & PROFIT BY Winter Comfort Offer to Huon Ladies. A Long Fashionable r LADIES' WINTER COAT in pretty grey Scotch Tweeds, all the go ?x ' this season, edged with velvet, posted carriage ,paid to any home in the Huonfor IB/6 . A marvel of value. Send size of bust and '? length required, with postal note for 13/©.. We will gladly refund money, and pay carriage both ways to anyone not entirely satisfied. This is a fair deal. You have the goods; try it on. If not ?what you want, and more for the money -- than you ever had before, pack it up, send it back, we will refund your money without any argument, To get this Coat at IS/6 You must either mention the 'Huon ,.J -: Times' in your letter or when you - call. , 'WE SUPPORT YOUR PAPER SUPPORT US BY A TRIAL. : .' Out value is ahead of any in Tasmania. We want to trade with Huon folk. HOBART. For Every Description of . JO...

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

% Important Reasons % X \\THY you should buy all X \V your Furniture. Crock -^- ery. Hardware, Cutlery, and all -^- X Household Coods at X : SOARR'S. ' Because the prices, consistent nJx with quality, are the lowest -^- obtainable. X Because the quality is there for w ^ you to test. ^ ?X Because we manufacture on the yC j premises a large portion of the w , ^ goods we sell. 4^' ' yC Because we import other gpods X direct from the makers. vj? Because you get solid satisfac y\ tion with everything bought. _X Because we pay steamer freight -^- on all orders of 20/- upwards. -^- » SCARR-S~h*ppXA°^ | s\ Complete, House Furnishers, X 10t and 109 Elizabeth St., Hobart.

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

WATSON BROS. ELIZABETH AND WARWICK STS. — — . . ? MONUMENTAL MASONS.; Granite, Marble, and Freestone Monu ments and Headitones in all Designs. In*criptions Engraved. Send for Designs and Prices. The RUBBER, STAMP QQ '... 116 CQLLINS STREET, ' §itpply Every Kind of Ruhber Stamps, Easy gigQ Markpps, Inks, Pads, Figures, Linen Markers, indelible and Quiok Dry. ing Inks, Etc, - Country Orders promptly attended to by ? ; Post, FRUIT: MERCHANTS AND COM ? . . ; MISSION AGENTS. . !? ? ? ; . Telephone No. 3891. G. Woolf, WHOLESALE FRUIT MERCHANT ' AND COMMISSION AGENT. Head Office : - No. 1 WESTERN MARKET, Melbourne, Branches: , No. 12 QUEEN VICTORIA MARKET and . SOUTH MELBOURNE MARKET. ? A Trial Respectfully Solicited. Top Market' Prices secured and prompt a/c sales rendered. Advances arranged, if required, against consignments. - References—' The Leading Wholesale Fruit Merchants, Hobart. Private Letter Box : No.692, G.P,0., ' Melbourne. Toi Fruitgrowers. BART ALLEN, BELMORE MARKET » , SYD...

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

&©Tf©E. '-/- ? TO THE RESIDENTS OF FRANKLIN AND SURROUNDING PARTS. .1 beg to notify that I have severed my connection with Messrs Williams Bros., of Elizabeth Street, and have taken over the management of Messrs A. Macrow & Son's extensive warehouse, Liverpool St;, Furniture Manufacturers, etc., and trust, by strict attention to business, coupled with civility, to be favored with a . fair share of public patron age. F. C. KNSGHT, -Manager Messrs A. Macrow & Son's Pty.,^Ltd- Sight tested Free at Overell's City Pharmacy. Perfected Fit Guaranteed.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 20 April 1910

Births, Marriages, Deaths /Advertisements' under these headings :-r : are published at 3s per insertion. Every . notice forinsertion must be authenticated . and bear thej name and address of the ? sender. x : death; ? ... ; TYLER— On April 3, at Southport, the - dearly beloved =? wife of' W. H. Tyler, in ? the 53rd year oi !her age, after a long aud painful illness. . . '

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THE NEW PARLIAMENT [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 20 April 1910

THE NEW -PARLIAMENT The new Parliament will v be constituted as follows : . HOUSE OF REPRESENTA TIVES. . . LABOUR— 42. ^ Archibald, w.-u. Jensen, j. a. , - Anstoy, F. Maloney,'W. ? Beard, H. E. Mathews, J. Bamford, F. W. McDougall, J. K. Batchelor, E. L. ; Mahon, H.' ? Brown, Thomas. McDonald Chanter, J.-M. Moloney, P. J. : I Charlton, M.' . O'Malley, K. Oarr, E. S. Ozanhe,-T. Catts, J, H. 1 ' Poonton, A. Cann, G. Page, J. Finlayson, W. F. Roberts, E. A. .Fisher, Andrew Riley, Edward Fostfir, F. J. Spehc'e, W G. -'j Fenton, J. E. - ' ? Scullin, J. Ii. - Frazer, 0. E. Smith, W. H. L. Hughes, W: M. Tudor, F. G. Howe, Robert Thomas, Josiali Higgs, W. G. .Webster, W.'- . ; Hall, D. R. Watkins, Da,vid k' j Johnson, 'W. J. West,'J. E. ; : . LIBERAL— 31. . ' ' ' Atkinson, L. Irvine, W. H. Chapman, Austin Irvine, Hi ' ? ' Cook, J. Johnson, H. E. Deakin, A. ? Kelly, W.H. ; Edwards, R. Knox, W. Edwards, G. B. : Livingstone, J. Fuller, G. W. McWilliams, W. - J. ? Fowler, J. M. Palmer, R. C.' ?...

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HUON RAILWAY. The Proposed Flying Survey. TAPPING THE UPPER HUON HOBART, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 20 April 1910

HlJON .RAILWAT.I The Proposed Flying Survey. TAPPING THE UPPER HUON HOBART, Tuesday. ? The much-discussed quastion of rail way conncction between Hobart and the ? Huon again received prominence at a meeting of the Southern Tasmanian' Rail way and Exploration League last, night. The secretary, in the course of his report, stated that since the last meeting a de putation had waited on the Premier and the Minister of Lands, asking that the Government should contribute £1 for £1 towards a special survey of the new route via the Cascades and Longley. The Government had since acceded to the request of the deputation, and this meeting had been called 'to make ar rangements for the survey. He was pleased to be able to report that Mr G. B. Moore had offered to conduct the survey without charge for his professional services, to report on the practicability of the route, and, if possible, to give a rough estimate of the probable expense. It seemed desirable that a sub-committee should be appoi...

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SENATE. VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 20 April 1910

'SENATE. . ? VICTORIA. ' ' S. Barker, L ? ' ? ; ? : ~ A. Blakey, L .. ? ;E. T.Findloy,L : - . ... S. Frazer, M J. Ii. M'Coll, M E. J. j Russell, L is.-: SOUTH AUSTRALIA.'/ R. S. Guthrie, L 1 x ? G. .M'Gregor, L W. Russell, L^ .. W. H. Storey, L ' . ? . . Sir J. Symon, M J. Gardon, M. . QUEENSLAND. ' T. D. Cha!)!iway, M . , ' ; : ; T. Givens,- L ' T. Sayers, M ' J'. Glassey, M A: J; J. St. Ledger,- M ? - H. Turley, L : NEW SOUTH WALE^ A. Gardiner, L ^ E. D. Millen, M ? AJ M'Dougall, L ; 1 . Sir Atl J. Gould, M ? 1 - A. Rao, L - - ;J. T. Walker, M TASMANIA. v' C. St. C. Cameron, M J, S. demons, M ? P.- J. Keating, M - ' - J. J. Long, L ? . ? D. J, O'Keefe, L II. K. Ready, L ? . ' WEST AUSTRALIA. R. Buyacott, L ; G, Henderson, L / H. De Largie, Ii ' . V ? P. J. Lynch, LC E. Needhaiu, L : G, W, Pearce, Jj ?— 1

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TEARS OF DISAPPOINTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 20 April 1910

TEARS OF DISAPPOINTMENT. ' Tommy had a little disappointment, and in order to get over it he came out into the street and cried heartily as a baby in tho teething stage A benevolent old gentlemen, $ver on tho look-out for helping those in trouble, came along and found Tommy in tears, so lio stopped and made enquiries. ' Hullo, my little man,' he said in his kindest tone, ' what are you crying for ?' 'F-father fell down two flights of stairs, sobbed Tommy. ' Dear me — dear me,' went on the - old gentlemen : ' What terriblo accidents do happen. Never mind, my boy, he'll soon gat better.' 'It ain't that, snifHed Tommy. ' My sister saw him fair all the way and I didn't see nuffiii— boo-hoo,' .

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Parties Representation. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 20 April 1910

Parties Representation. HOUSE OF REPRESENTA- . TIVES.. . Min. - Labor.; Ind. Victoria ^ ... H 10 1 New South Wales 8 , 17 , v 2 Queensland ' ? 3 6 ... South Australia ; 3 .4 ? ... Western Australia ? : -3 . . / 2 ; Tasmania ... ? _ 3 , j 2 Totals ... ' 30 42 3 t ' i, ' ♦ -T-. ..-i,.--;;. .? - - ? THE SENATE. - ? Min. Labor 1 Victoria ? -3. 4 1 New South Wales... N ... 2 ?- _ 3 : . ?Queensland ? 4 - 2 South Australia -... 2 ilr~ Western Australia ? ? ^ 6' Tasmania ? ?: ...'7', 3T^' 3 Totals : ... ? 15 . -22

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MINDING THE BABIES. CANDIDATES PROVIDE MALE NURSES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 20 April 1910

MINDING THE BABIES. CANDIDATES PROVIDE MALE NURSES., ; ? ? . S ; . ... .. ? ...- ! . ; ;? ' Hold the baby while' T vote,' was a ^request frequently, heard at the polling, booths in- the various electorates, especially in places like : Collingwood, Rich mond and Prahan (says the Age ). It: was difficult enough for a man, untrammelled by any greater impedimenta than his own inability to derive compre hension out of the chaos of in structions, to get through his voting without a blunder. What chance had a woman with; a baby in her arms to accoriiplish her political destiny? x Usually it was another woman who per formed the ; friendly office of a minding the kid ' ; sometimes the husband was on hand to take up the family burden. But cer tain thoughtful candidates had provided for the emergency. At various booths in the southern and eastern suburbs men of all ages might have been observed holding, often -in very awkward Dositions. children whose moth ers were- inside discharging the priv...

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QUEENSLAND. INJURED MAN'S AGONY. ATTACKED BY ANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 20 April 1910

- QUEENLSAND. INJURED MAN'S AGONY. ATTACKED BY ANTS. While Owen. Caff rey,' a .splec tor at Deep Creek, ,10 miles' from Gayndah, was riding a horse a few days ago it „bolted and [crashed into a 'tree. Caffrey's back was broken. He lay . for four hours in the bush before he was discovered, and ants severely attacked him* eating the flesh off his legs. -Caffrey is still living, but very ' little hope is entertained of his recovery.

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THE SUEVIC FRUIT SHIPMENT. Instructions to Agent-General. Actual Figures to be Published. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 20 April 1910

THE SUEVIC ERUIT . SHIPMENT. instructions to Agent General. Actual Figures to be Pub lished. Apparently having tired 'of waiting for the Federal authori ties to furnish the information asked for concerning the fruit shipped last month by the White Star liner Suevic, the Tasmanian Government has taken another course to protect the shippers against the slanders to which they have*- been subjected. It was suggested in the ' Huon Times ' as soon as the libellous assertions in question were cir I culated that, among other things, the Government should forth with cable to the Agent-General for Tasmania in order that that i gentleman might be in a position ' to prevent the English buyer or consumer from being prejudiced against the shipment to which these mis-statements referred. This action has now been taken. On Saturday last the Premier (Sir Elliot Lewis) cabled to the Agent-General, advising . him that false reports had been published in certain of the Aus tralian papers regarding the ...

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W. AUSTRALIA. WRECK OF THE PERICLES. COMPLETE EXONERATION. CAPTAIN CONGRATULATED [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 20 April 1910

' W. AUSTRALIA.'; - WRECK -OF THE ' PERICLES. .COMPLETE EXONERATION. CAPTAIN CONGRATULATED Tlie enquiry into the wreck of the Pericles was concluded at Fremantie, when Captain Simp son and all tho officers were exonerated of all blanje. Evidence was given by Lyons, the lighthouse-keeper at Capo Leeuwin, ? and ' Captain Airey, master of' the - Government steamer Penguin, who located the ' position of. the wrecked steamer, but no new light was thrown on the cause of the dis aster. ; - ... ? * The Court found that the Pericles, ' while 011 her ^voyage from Melbourne to' Fremantie on March 31,- and rounding -Cape Veeuwin at about, half-past ' 3 (j'oclock, met with a . .disaster,! causing her' to founder; that proper care arid vigilance was exercised in- the navigation of the vessel by the master and officers ; that proper steps were taken to fix her position, and from time to time verify such position; that the vessel was kept on the course stated in evi dence by the master ; that the c...

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