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WORRY CAUSES CANCER. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910

WORRY CAUSES CANCER. v Mr Antony Guest, in a lecture on u- Some ' Thought Influences ou. Health,' before the Psycho-Therapeutic Society, at ?. CaxtonHall, on Monday,* said it was the lack of expansions, the imprisonment of . mis-direction of force, that produced jj ? ? UlBtttUJB. . The Cancer Rosearch Fund had con nected the disease with anxiety, a thought force, which, instead of expanding out ward, turned inward, and cancer might be its physical manifestation. Many other diseases were probably due to such adverse thought influence and inward * direction oi'force as introspection, egotism, self-indulgence, and. self-pity. The Best Cure for Toothache. Overell's . Odontalgic Essence, 6d ; posted to you, 7d

Publication Title: Huon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Coach Blocked By Fallen Tree. Half an Hour's Delay. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910

Coach Blocked bv Fallen Tree. , Half an Hour's Delay. The progress of the mid-day mail coach on Thursday was interrupted by a stalwart : wattle that has adorned -the Church of England grounds at Franklin for very-- - many years falling across the roadway. ? It was unable to withstand the force of the gale that blew m these parts that morning, and coming down -with a ? mighty crash destroyed everything with - ' which it came in contact, and com pletely blocked the roadway. The. driver of the coach— H. Cooper is now congratulating himself that he ' was running a few minutes behind time. . He had just reached the Commercial ' Bank when the incident occurred in his full view. Had he been a minute or. two .sooner he would have stood a good chance of meeting the tree' in its descent, and would doubtless have been despatched on a longer journey than that which he set out to drive. A group of willing hands were soon on ' ' ' the scene, and with the aid of horses- and/;. V appliances from Mr...

Publication Title: Huon Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910

Jones &- Williams, LADIES' ArfMlENirS' PRACTICAL ^pAlLORS, 63 Harbonfe'S - Buildings, Elizabeth Street.'' s Country Orders promptly attended to _ Entrance between McKean's Boot Shop ^tnd American 'Sugar Boilers (Upstairs.^ For Every Description JOB PRINTING Try The . V 'HUON TIMES.' HOWARD HQTEL Is convenient to the Wharves and Post i Office. Containing Large Dining Room, Well-Furnished Bedrooms. Hot and Cold Shower Baths. First-Class Table. All Charges -Moderate. None but the Choicest Brands kept. Country Orders Promptly attended tq. J. H. GAFFNEY, -proprietor, late of West Coast. . J

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SAVED BY "WIRELESS." [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910

SAVED BY ' WIRE LESS^* ; Captain Scott, the American explorer, was among tho thousand passengers saved from a liner last month through a wireless message. Soon after a Wilson liner left Chris tiania she received a wireless message stating that the steamer United States, irom jn ew x one, witn j.,uuu passengers on board, had gone ashore in a fjord at Naesorden. Tlie Wilson liner hurried to the spot, and found tlie United States on the rocks and badly damaged. The Wilson liner reported the accident by wireless to Christiania, and within seven hours a steamer had been de spatched . and the passengers on, - the United States had been transhipped. Captain Scott, who had been testing a motor-sledge in Norway, was on board. He stated that he hoped to start for the South Pole in June, and that he was not yet certain _ whether the expedition would be an 'Admiralty one,

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YOUTHFUL DESPERADO. BREAKS HIS BAIL. SHOOTS AND ROBS HIS SWEETHEARTS. PURSUED TO AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910

YOUTHFUL DESPERADO; BREAKS HIS BAIL. SHOOTS AfD ROBS HIS ~ SWEETHEARTS. PURSUED TO AMERICA. . The adventures of an eighteenyear old Birmingham youth, revealed at the police Court recently (says 'Lloyd's Weekly') make exciting reading. As the result of his action, it is said, one young girl lies wounded and in a pre carious condition, and another appeared at the police court charged with a serious liUCll).' The youth is Bernard Barker, a tall, good-looking fellow, ..who, so far, has es caped justice. Mn the first place, he is stated to have fired three shots at his pretty eighteen-year old sweetheart. For this, he was arrested, and charged with attempting to murder her. He was allowed bail, but failed to appear before Mr Justice Darling at the Assizes. It was then stated that he had absconded to America. [-^Particulars of his disappearance Were then forthcoming, when an attractive sixteen-year-old girl, named Doris Brett, of Gooch, stood before the Commissioner, charged with stealing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 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. ^ BIRTHS. 'BELL- — On April 8, 1910, at her residence . .Glen Lyndon, Grove, the wife of Fred. Bell: a daughter. Victorian papers please copy. „ THE - IHIiuioim Times. SATURDAY. APRIL 23, 1910. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910

NOTICE. TO THE RESIDENTS OF FRANKLIN AND * SURROUNDING- PARTS. I 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. KNIGHT, Manager Messrs A. Macrow & Son's. Pty., Ltd. ' ?? Sight ? tested Free at Overall's City * ' - Pharmacy. Perfected Fit Guaranteed, f

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910

:^-Mx§-^--$--$--§--§--§--§-.-$- ^ Important Reasons X yf TX7'HY you should buy all & YY your Furniture, Crock cry, . Hardware, Cutlery, and all X Household Goods at X ?i# SCARE'S. ^ Because the prices, consistent n®/ with quality, are the lowest -£- X obtainable. y 4? Because the quality is there 'for ^ ^ you to test. ^ X Because we manufacture on the V ?^y premises a large portion of the vP goods we sell. ^ X Because we import other good3 direct from the makers. Because you get solid satisfac- -§}- iX tion with everything bought. Because we pay steamer freight on all orders of 2Q/- upwards. . -^- f SCARR^HAPPY HOME ^ _______ STORES. -£►- iX Complete House Furnishers, X 3-- 107 and. 109 Elizabeth St., Hobart. -$- Births, Marriages, Deaths Advertisements under these headings are published at 3s per insertion. Every ?lotice for insertion must be authenticated ind bear the name and address of the i sender. MARRIAGE. . MARRIOTT— SCOTT.— Oil December 30, ? 1909, at Chalmers Manse...

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FRUIT STEAMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910

FRUIT STEAMERS. The Federal Houldershire liner Suffolk left Hobart on Monday 'morning -for London. She took, amongst other cargo, ? 60,267 cases fruit for London, and 20,085 cases for Liverpool. The P. and C. cargo liner Morea ar rived at Hobart yesterday morning, ssne is to shipf 24,000 cases apples for the ? English maTket. , The next of the fruit steamers due is the White- Star liner Runic. She is ex pected to arrive at Hobart to-morrow.

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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910

^ SHIPPING. - s.Si Westralia, from Sydney ar ~ Srived at Hobart at 2 p.m. on Wednesday. ; ? She will sail at 9 p.m. on Monday on the; , return passage. The NeW Zealand Shipping Company's ? ' liner Tongafiro, from London via Tenne jriffe, is due at Hobart' on Wednesday. ' She will proceed from there to W elling - ton. The s.s. Paloona, which left Hobart on - Monday night last, reached Sydney at 3 &.m. on Wednesday. The s.s. ,Mattuka left Hobart yesterday in continuation of her voyage to New ? Zealand ports. The Ulimaroa left Hobart early yester day morning. At Hobart she shipped only 37 cases of fruit.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910

To the Residents of .. [ PORT CYGNET AND , DISTRICT, j Goad's Shop j will be opened 1 ON 'TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1910,. 1 By ' '' ' 1 iBrosJ -. - ' . J LTD.,. OF HOBART. | Who wi]l hold a | ^ . I OF MEN'S AND BOYS' j CLOTHING, LADIES' UNDERWEAR,- DRAP s ERY, and 1 GENERAL MERCHANDISE. THE 'SALE IS FOR ONE MONTH . ONLY. - 5 And all goods are marked at City S | Prices. ' j | This is a .rare chance for Country s buyers to lay in a stock -of Winter | Goods on the . same advantageous | f terms as Ilobartians, and is an oppor- a | tunity none .should miss. - 1 | Broftmell- /Bposb f ' LIMITED. - it I . 8 S. MARSH'S for Best BreadS \Jt- Birthday Cakes, Wedding Cakes and Small Goods. W. G. GRUBB, Produce and Seed Merchant, Commission and General Agent, Vegetable and Flower Seeds. New Season's now to hand. Sweet Peas, best Show Varieties, Order early. Grasses, Clover, Mangolds, Swedes, etc, . Seeds ? always on hand. . , 13 MotAson-street (Wharf), Hobart,

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GEEVESTON. NEWS OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910

GEEYESTON. NEWS OF THE -WEEK. ' (By- Our Own Correspondent). The weather continues beauti fully fine and warm— the oldest resident here cannot remember such a favorable season for the in-gathering of fruit. Everything in Nature looks beautiful with the various tints of autumn — the fruit trees with yellow leaves changing here and there to red, the willows, with the creek winding in and out, the bramble with its red and gold leaves, all tend to remind one of Longfellow's lines-.: ' But oh ! the freo and wild magnificence Of Nature, in her lavish hours, doth steal, In admiration silent and intense, The soul of him who hath a soul to feel.' A pretty wedding was cele brated at St. Peter's Church here last week, and also another iri the Congregational Chiirch, Dover, but as the writer was not present, he is unable to describe tne costumes — doubtless a lady correspondent would be more in terested, and be able to give a more graphic account. The barque'?' Jessie Craig ' is loading timber ...

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Inter-State Eight-Qared Race. Guarding the Public Safety Only One Steamer to Follow Race. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910

Jnter-State Eight ? Oared Race. Guarding the Public Safety Only One Steamer to Follow Race. As an outcome of the decision 'of the Tasmanian Rowing Union' to row the Inter-State Eight Oared Championship on the upper reaches of the Derwent, public are to be deprived of the opportunity of following the great race -m' the steamers that had been chartered for that purpose. At the last meeting of the Hobart Marine Board, the Master War den (Hon. W. H. Burgess) said at the previous meeting Warden Evans raised the question as to passenger traffic by the river steamers on the occasion of the inter-State eight-oared race, and the Harbourmaster was instruct ed to submit a report. He com mended that report to Wardens for their serious consideration, as the matter was a very important one. : The report was as follows : — 'I have the honour, after care ful consideration, to submit the following report' with regard -to: the inter-State eight-oared race. If the race is rowed on the upper course the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 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 it. is guaranteed for 28 years, and -kept in order free of chargo fo 2 years A. BUTTERFIELD* 1 * JEWELLER AND OPTICIAN, '101 ELIZABETH STREET, HOBART? - , ' TELEPHONE 385. - ? . ?? - ?? ? -'v,. fv*- -' . * ' -

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MOTHER FOUND BY BURGLARY. LAD'S MAD ESCAPADE. LEADS TO CURIOUS STROKE OF GOOD FORTUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910

MOTHER FOUND BY BURGLARY. LAD'S MAD ESCAPADE. LEADS TO CURIOUS STROKE OF GOOD FORTUNE. . ? , ?-. ? - - - . - A well-dressed woman stepped forward . . at the Highgate Police Court on Wednes- ?, - day, and made an appeal on behalf of a young burglar who- stood in the dock. - He was Harry Edward Curryer, seventeen, : - a clerk, with no fixed abode, and he had \ : just pleaded guilty to a charge of break-, ing and entering the residence of Mr Edward James Smith, an artist, of War- f V ham road, Hornsey, and stealing a nura- . ' -. ber of silver and plated articles, valued at - £5.- ' I - ' . ' - : t Henry Lloyd Lott, twenty-eight, coffee stall keeper, of Hermitage road, Totten ham, pleaded guilty to receiving the articles, when he knew they were stolen. /t»ti +Vi a wnmo-n namo fnrwnrH nn/1 asked to be allowed to speak on behalf of Curryer, Sir Alfred Reynolds, from the / Bench, asked her who she was. . . She replied : ' I am his mother, but I ' was separated from his father fourteen . y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910

The Huon People ^ i Are Up to Date, an4 so are - We are moving to our new premises and - Up-to-Date : saw Mills and joinery works ' ; ? ' - ' 1 In Melville Street. LOOK OUT FOR ' THE BIG SIGN. ' - ' KEMP & DENNING, TIMBER & JOINERY MERCHANTS, Melville Street. P.S. — Largest Stocks, Cheapest Prices 'I ' . ' . A ' — / - s jwi, MS y -?''.-???ft xj tf GllOCE RIESi MR. FRUITGROWER j- _ We invite you to write our immense 'f i Catalogue of GROCERIES, House hold Sundries, Crockery, Tinware ? ? ; .'v Enamelware, Glassware, and Toys. . - ? ? WE BXJY,' - :. / V' - Butter, Eggs, and genpraf Farpi ' Produce. . ? . ' - - ; CORRESPOND ' WITH' U§, IT WILL f AY YOU ' Robert Walker & CO. THE GREAT GROCERS nnrf ? HOUSEHOLD. PROVIDERS.; . The Emporium*, 167 LIVERPOOL; ST., . HOBAI^i^^ft^: T. C. Wl LL I .THE -GAIETY* ????::- ? ?ELIZABETH STREET, HOBART^ !- /: v ' All..: kinds ' of Stationery, Postcards, ' Periodicals; etc., ih stock. , . f .Country order5'promptly attended to. TA...

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POWELKA CAPTURED. DEATH OF SERGEANT MAGUIRE. A MYSTERIOUS ENCOUNTER [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910

POWELKA CAPTURED. DEATH OF SERGEANT MAGUIRE. A MYSTERIOUS ENCOUNTER The escaped prisoner Powelka was captured on Sunday morn ing at the Ashhurst railway station, where, it is stated, the police found indications that he intended to dynamite ithe buil ding. . At the inquest held on Satur day last concerning the death of Sergeant Maguire, who was shot at Palmerston last Sundav niccht week while searching a private garden with a posse of police for the runaway, tho evidence failed to directly establish the identity, of the culprit, but it was stated that while in the hospital Maguire told the doctor and sub inspector of police'that he had been shot by some one with whom he had. grappled, and be lieved this was Powelka. On the other hand, Maguire had never seen Powelka, and as the latter is a light man who quite re cently- underwent a surgical operation for the removal of an abscess from the lungs, it is rather strange how he came to throw Maguire, who had con siderable weight and physi...

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LATER PARTICULARS. HIDING IN A HAY LOFT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910

LATER PARTICULARS, . HIDING IN A HAY LOFT. Further .details regarding the arrest of the. escaped prisoner Powelka show that he was camped in the hay loft of the cowshed on Mr Currie's farm at Ashhurst by Police Constables Gallagher and lhompson. Me was armed with two revolvers, but given no chance to use them. Early on Sunday morning last he broke into the railway goods sheds at Ashhurst and stole some bottles of stout, some of which he imbibed while hiding in the loft. This seems to have been his un doing, for he was not quite sober when, captured. . While the two constables were searching the hay loft by the light of matches, Constable Gal lagher caught sight of Powelka crouching down between the wall and the hay with a revolver in one hand and a bottle in the other. Given no sign that he saw the-' fugitive, Gallagher called out to his companion, ' He's not here, anyway, ' and crawled down the ladder to the ground. Then he informed those with him of the position of affairs, It was...

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GOVERNMENT APATHY ALLEGED. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910

GOVERNMENT APATHY ALLEGED. In referring to tho above correspond ence Mr A. H. Aslibolt states that his firm are vory disappointed .indeed at. the, apathy of tho Government in a matter'of such importance^ as this. 'Nothing,' he adds,; ' 1ms boon more conducive to the wolfll rn rvf flin vllu uuuiu luau uiuuaitums, ana it seems to us that it is a very HorloiiH matter that the products of this colony Hhould be libelled, as they un doubtedly wore in the publication - of the reports inquestion. We can't see how tho individual can take action, as the roports were a libel on_ the colony? and not tho individual. We shall be glad if you will bring tho matter under the notice of those interested' in your ^dis trict, and let us know whether we-,; can assist ojr join in taking any action that may be decided upon,'

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ORCHARDING AS OCCUPATION. AN IDEAL LIFE. FEATURES THAT COMMEND IT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910

ORCHARDING 'AS AN' OCCUPA1 ION. AN IDEAL LIFE. \ — - FEATURES THAT COMMEND - IT. An article which should prove interesting, and, maybe, amusing | reading t'o fruitgrowers appeared in a maitland journal some little time ago, and has been-, for warded to us for publication. It is as follows \ ? The question as to which is the ideal occupation for man has been debated throughout the centuries, and finality still re mains a subject for the contro versialist, The. consensus of opinion is conclusively in tavor of an outdooi' life, but judgment is divided as to whether the agriculturist, tne pas oura, ns-u, u± tho orchardist has the advantage in mental and material happi no.;:?, with all that makes exist ence enjoyable and worth living. When man first made his advent on the planet we are told that ' he was placed in the Garden of Eden to dress it and keep it.' Interentially it follows that, had their been any occupation more' congenial or better adapted to his nature, more refining in its ...

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