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THEATRE STORMED. ANGRY AUDIENCE RETALIATES ON NOISY UNDER GRADUATES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910
theatre' -' V :? vSTQRMED. ANGRY, AUDIENCE RETALI ATES ON, noisy: UNDER GRADUATES. ' A battle at long range between under graduates and the gallery audience oc cured at the Cambridge Theatre on Mon day night. The undergraduates, who angered the audience by 'ragging' the artists, were defeated, and a number fled into the empty boxes. Two were fined on .Tuesday morning. 1 | The official term was completed on Monday night, and the undergraduates celebrated the occasion by storming the stalls of tho theatre, whore a play called ' The Thief in the Night'' was being per formed. With motor horns and other noise-making instruments they prevented the house from hearing, and they bom barded the actors and actresses with buns and' oranges. Each artist was received with under graduate mockery. Loud and deep cries of ' Ha ! ha ! ' greeted- tho appearance oi tne villain ; and when tlie hero talked with a etage . peeress with his hat on the stalls chorussed. ' Take— that— hat- off.'. The comedian ...
THE BEST COUNTRY ON EARTH. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910
THE BEST COUNTRY ON EARTH. .This is the best country on earth to live in, in comfort, and not a bad one to die in either. A man does not noed much sense to accomplish' this, either. . He can . always earn money in Aus tralia, and he can always saVe some if he has but the necessary sense. It will be lound, in nine cases out of ten, that non success can be traced to the absence of such sense on the part of the individual concerned. Every man, if he is sufficiently, deter mined about it, may be even better off in the future than tye may be to-day. He will not need any Old-Age Pension. A Policy in the National . Mutnal Life Association will provide for his future, and will also protect his dependents in the meantime WITHOUT ANY ACTUAL I COST TO HIM. ; v They will tell you all ' about it at the Head Office in Maccuarie-street,. Hobart, if you write or eall. .The National Mutual is the most pro gressive and successful Life Office in Australia. ? ?
A SUBSCRIBERS GRIEVANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910
A SUBSCRIBERS GRIEVANCE. Mr' H. Howard of Franklin, who uses the trunk line extensively, also called upon tho Deputy Postmaster-General, and put the ? position of the Huon sub scribers before him, confirming in detail wnat naa oeen stated in tne ±iuon Times.' Mr D'Emden reply was similar to that given in the above interview.
WHO SHOULD PROSECUTE ? [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910
WHO SHOULD PROSECUTE ? A new phase of the trouble over the Suevic fruit shipment has been 'brought out by correspond ence between the .Government arid Messrs H. Jones and Co. The firm named urge very strongly tnaD tne iuiiest enquiry should be made into the state ments circulated regarding the condition of the shipment, and if they are shown to be untrue that the person or persons responsible for their promulgation should be proceeded against for libel. We are entirely in accord with this opinion, it being one that we have expressed in these columns on more than one occasion pre viously. The Premier neither admits nor questions the ad visab.leness of this course being taken, but merely expresses the opinion that prosecution is a matter for the exporters, and not for the Government. With this we are not able to agree. The reports circulated are clearly a libel against' one of the staple industries of the State, and not against any par ticular individual. Therefore, it would appear th...
THE SUEVIC FRUIT SHIPMENT. The Misstatements Circulated. Prosecution for Libel Suggested. "A Matter for Exporters." [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910
THE SUEYIC FRUIT SHIPMENT. The Mis-statements Cir culated. Prosecution for Libel Suggested. ' A Matter for Exporters.' Since the circulation of the misstate ments concerning the fruit shipped by the steamer Suevic last 'month, Messrs H. Jones and Co. have used every effort to impress upon the Government the de sirability of the State authorities taking legal proceedings in the matter. The firm named have pointed out the gravity of the whole affair, and emphasised the importance of very decisive action being taken . to protect the Tasmanian fruit industry against malicioas libeL As already stated jin these columns, the Premier (Sir Elliott Lewis) gave the reply.that the matter would receive the early consideration of the Cabinet. Since then- the following correspondence has passed between the Government and Messrs H. Jones and Co., and Should prove interesting reading; to all con cerned Under date of the 18th, March, Messrs H. Jones & Co. wrote to the Premier as follows : — '...
DEMONSTRATION IN FRUIT CULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910
DEMONSTRATION IN FRUIT i CULTURE. I At an early date, which is yet to be fixed, the Government Horticultural Ex pert (Mr Osborne) will visit Franklin and give a series of .demonstrations in and illustrated lectures upon fruit cut ture, extending over three days. The uibemuuiiu win uo uevoceti tu ueiuuu strations in pruning, and the evenings to lecturing. The subjects. to be dealt with are ' The Theory of Pruning,' and ' Shelter Trees.' On the third night Mr Osborne will deliver a leoture on ' Rose Cultivation,' in connection with which a number of magnificent colored slides will be showu. Ladies will ? be specially invited to this lecture.
NEW ZEALAND. OBSCENE LITERATURE. NEWSPAPER MANAGER SENT TO GAOL. FAINTED IN COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910
NEW ZEALAND. OBSCENE LITERATURE. NEWSPAPER MANAGER SENT TO GAOL. FAINTED IN COURT: Henry Coburn, manager of the New Zealand ' Truth,' has been sentenced at Wellington to four months' imprisonment, and fined £50, for having distributed obscene literature contained in a copy ot a newspaper. In sentencing Coburn, Judge Chapman said that the prisoner might be the tool of others who were making money out' of this kind of thing, but he had allowed himself to be the tool of others, .and must have known the char acter of the paper. The law l-i ck liarl /-I Ofl Qfrainel was instituted in the interests of young people. He had no doubt that the real offenders in this case were not in New Zealand. .Whether they would be found there at a later date or wot he I: could not say. In any future cases of the kind the offenders would be dealt with very heavily. As to the matter complained of, he had never read anything in any. publication so purposely obscene. . - ? The sentence of four months' impriso...
W. AUSTRALIA. A BALLOON SENSATION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910
W. AUSTRALIA. A BALLOON SENSATION. A ballooning display on the cricket ground last Saturday afternoon was 'signalised by a sensation. Some assistants let go the ropes prematurely,- and on o si rift nf t.lifi hfl.llnnn name in contact with the inflation fire, i The balloon was burning as it! rose. The parachutist — Sebphe — ] had not secured a proper position, but he held on to the trapeze to a height of 500 feet, and then, fear ing the ' balloon would collapse, he cut away the parachute, which opened when 100 feet from the ground and allowed him to land unhurt. The balloon was recovered, badly domaged.
HOUDINI IN THE AIR. SUCCESSFUL FLIGHT SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910
HOUDINI IN THE AIR. SUCCESSFUL FLIGHT IN SYDNEY. , \ Houdini is the first men. to. fly in this State. At Rosehill on Monday' morning Houdini made two successful flights. At the first attempt the machine rose from the ground after a run of about 350 yards and flew three quarters of a mile, with one turn, at a height of 50ft. In the second, flight Houdini covered more than a mile at a height of 150ft. He circled around the race track until, reaching a cross current of air from the south, he was carried gradually down to the ground, as the rear ceU of the bi-plane was only regulated for calm air. The flight was not without incident, for the machine was brought to earth at the edge of the water jump.
Inter-State Items. VICTORIA. THE FITZROY EXPLOSION. INQUEST ON JOHN CRABTREE. DEATH DUE TO FELONIOUS ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910
. : — ? ? ? — — — j Inter-State Items. (From our Exchanges.) VICTORIA. THE- FITZROY EXPLOSION. INQUEST ON JOHN CRAB TREE. DEATH DUE TO FELONIOUS ACT. The Coroner's inquest concern ing the death of John Wm. Crabtree, who died from the effects of injuries sustained by the explosion at his shop in Brunswick street, Fitzroy,. on 19th ult., was concluded on Saturday last. The evidence of Detective Bannon was that de ceased had told him that the e explosion was due to an escape of gas that had - ignited at a candle he held when he arose kn J 4-/\ + o rirn'oo in ? J.XU1JUL UDU IU oi uviov in the kitchen. He (the detective) had found dummy stock across the road, after the explosion, i Sydney Orwin, a traveller, stated that he booked on 3rd March orders for four gallons of methy lated spirits, and f jur gallons of benzine. The Coronor found, That on 26th March, at the Melbourne^ Hospital, where he was an ex patient, John Wm. Crabtree died from septic abrasion and pneu monia, the effects of b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910
'PARLIAMENTARY. JpEDERAL ELECTIONS TO THE' ELECTORS OF FRANKLIN: ' ' Ladies and Gentlemen, — Allow me to ? - thank you most heartily for the generous ' support you accorded me in the recent ' ? contest. . . - It is gratifying to learn that, after re- ? presenting you for six ye-ars, you have - ~ returned me by a larger majority than ? - you gave me in my previous contested ' election. , ? The very many acts of personal kind ness I received in all parts of my elec- ' ' - : torate will never be forgotten. It will be my earnest endeavor to vin- - v dicate your repeated confidence. - ? ? - Yours faithfully, W. J, McWILLIAMS. Authorised b y W. J. McWilliams. g J3 E I C E L S I O R ' * I To-day, 7.30 a.m., Franklin for Hobart ' ' ? (with Sydney fruit). To night, Hobart for Franklin. Monday, 7.30 a.m., Franklin for Hobart, . (with- Runic fruit). Wednesday, 9 a.m., Hobart for Huon ville. S.S. VICTORIA LEAVES— To-day, 11 -a.m., Bridge for Hobart (with : . , Runic and Sydney fruit). To-night,...
INCREASED TAXATION [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910
INCREASED TAXATION A serious business for you -Mr Tax- . payer I 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 opportunities to-day as you have ? Why should you help to provide Old- ? Age .t ensions in tne iuuire ior other fellows 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 sacred privilege to make an immediate and 1 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 ? v not for the splendid educational work . ? done by the National Mutual and its ; Agents everywhere. Tho amount paid out last year to members on their representatives, was not less than' £450,000....
YOUNG MAN'S SUICIDE. WANTED TO SHOOT HIS FATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910
YOUNG MAN'S SUICIDE. WANTED TO SHOOT . HIS ! FATHER. ? A case of suicide occurred at Oura, near Wagga, on Sunday afternoon last. A young man named William Swaysland, 28 years bf age, who had been living alone on the bank of the Mur rumb'idffee River close to his father's ' homstead, visited his parents on Sunday morning carrying a rifle. Young Sways land announced his intention of remaining there until he got a chance to shoot his father. , His brothers attempted to secure the rifle, but they were ordeted to stand back on t-eril of their, lives. His mother then walked out and tried to induce the demented man to/give her the rifle, but he would not. Taking a cartridge from his pocket he loaded the rifle, and took up a position in front of the house. The police were telephoned for, and two troopers were sent out from Wagga. On the arrival of the police ,Swaysland moved, away in the direction of his camp. . The police followed, and Swaysland, dropping to a kneel ing position behind a t...
TWO PAINTERS KILLED. BOLTING HORSE KNOCKS-LADDER OVER. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910
TWO PAINTERS KILLED. BOLTING HORSE KNOCKS LADDER OVER. A horse harnessed to a sulky bolted in Redfern on Monday, and collided with two ladders on which some painters were work ing. Two men were thrown to the ground, and both succumbed to their injuries. The men were painting a house at the corner of Boronia and ' Baptist streets, and were at work on ladders about 25ft from, the ground. The horse came from the direction of Redfeifti-street at a furious rate and carried away the ladders. The two ' painters, David Hutchinson (40 years 0f age), living at Dulwich Hill, and ^Jamuel Hollpway (50 years) living at Little McKay-street, Surry Hillr, fell headlong to the pavement. They were both picked' up .unconscious. At the hos-l pital it was found Holloway was dead. His skull and left leg were fractured. Hutchinson was suf fering from severe injuries to the back and shock. He died during the night. .(
NEW SOUTH WALES. WRECK OF A SCHOONER. FATE OF THE MALEKULA. ALL HANDS SAFE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910
NEW SOUTH WALES. WRECK OF A SCHOONER. ... FATE OF THE MALEKULA. ALL -HANDS SAFE. ? The fate of the missing auxiliary schooner Malekula has now been made known. News reached Sydney on Monday that the vessel, which has been over due at Sydney, from the Solomon Group tor a couple ot months, ' had been wrecked on the Bamp t on Reef, a well-known danger spot in close proximity to 4 the Chesterfield Group. The owners of the vessel received a message from Lucinda Point, Queensland, stating ' that the ship's boat, in charge of Captain, McPhail, and containing Messrs Shaland and Dobson, officers of the ill-fated vessel, had. arrived there. The ~ captain reported that the Male kula was wrecked on Bampton Reef on 9th January, and that seventeen natives forming the crew had been left behind on Bampton Island. They had I plenty of food to last them over a long period, so that n& fears need be entertained for them. The Malekula had been given up for lost, with ail hands, and the tidings o...
THE SMALL-POX OUT-BREAK. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910
THE SMALL-POX OUT BREAK. There were no new develop ments at the Point Nepean quar antine station on Tuesday,- and Dr. Robertson reported that the ; small-pox patients were progress ing well. Drs.' Burnett, Ham ana nowara yesteraay e.x.a.miueu ? at the Board of Health offices about twenty of the released pas sengers, and found them all in good health.
DOGS DRIVEN MAD. TWO COMMIT SUICIDE ON WARSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910
DOGS btoYEN MAD. TWO 'commit' suicide on ' ' WARSHIP. According to tlie Paris 'Matin' the I recent bombardment of the Jona had terrible effects on the unfortunate dogs on -board the doomed vessel. The dogs were put in certain portions of the ship with the idea of ascertaining whether the enect of gunfire was to asphyxiate tliem or to poison them. The 'Matin' says that the experi ments did not show that either of these results followed. . What happened was that the dogs, under the influence of the repeated explosions and shocks, became depressed, as though suffering from neurasthenia. There were on the Jona dogs that were gentle and obedient ; at the first discharge they becamo depressed and nervous ; after more firing tlioy re fused. to answor the calls of the officers whom they knew best, lni8 state became worse as time went on, and finally two dogs committed suicide by throwing themselves into the water and allowing themselves to sink without making any effort to swini.'' The 'Mat...
LA MILO TO GO FOR TRIAL. MAGISTRATE SAYS CASE IS NOT STRONG. MOTOR MERCHANT'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910
?LA MILO TO G-0 FOR TRIAL; MAGISTRATE SAYS CASE IS NOT STRONG. MOTOR MERCHANT'S STORY. On the close of the case for the prose cution- on the well-known music, hall artist, La Milo, and her fellow defendants, the pleas for the defence were opened at Bow Street on the eighth day of the I, ? 4-'U ~ X»OAAA ux niitJ «uo yuu L.uuopiiauj' The three defendants are Pansy Montagu, or Eggena ('La Milo') Ferdinand Eggena, and Percy Holland Easton. The last word in the prosecution con sisted of evidence called with the object of showing that La Milo paid a Leicester place 'dressmaker s bill with two A5U notes which formed part of the money received by Eggena from the pawning of the jewellery which the prosecution alleges he obtained from Mr Wood on the security of twenty-five motor-cars for which he had oi\ly paid a deposit to Mr Easton. ' A feature of the case was a suggestion made on behalf of Easton that his signa ture had been forged by Eggena to a. document asknowledging the receipt of tlie...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 April 1910
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