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QUEENSLAND, POISONOUS FISH. UNDECIDED MURDER CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 27 April 1910

QUEENLSANP, POISONOUS FISH. UNDECIDED MURDER CHARGE. At the sittings of the Circuit Conrt at Cairns on Tuesday last. Alick, an aboriginal, was charged with the wilful murder of a Chinese at Chillgoe. The case for the Crown was that Alick gave poisoned fish to the Chinese, against whom he had a grudge. The jury, after having been locked up for eight hours, disr agreed, and were discharged. The case will be tried again.

Publication Title: Huon Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 27 April 1910

K'Q K ^ S g I /fi [j IT ( - ? 1 a B W ifel 4-4 & - S-B O V %aC- k 3T S known all over Tasmania as absolutely the best watch obtainable at a reason -L. able outlay— specially designed for hard rough wear. Tho price is 20/-. and it is guaranteed for 28 years, and kept in order free of chargo fo 2 years - A.-- .BUTTEEFIELD,, -=- JEWELLER, AND OPTICIAN, 101 ELIZABETH STREET, HOBART. _ TELEPHONE 385. ' „

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DON'T APOLOGISE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 27 April 1910

DON'T APOLOGISE, I Mr Green.: Nov/- I'm going to tell you someirhiasr-lfishol.- Do you know 'that last -night,: at your . party, - your .. sister promised to marry me ? I, hope you'll forgive mo fdr taking her av/ay.' Little- JEtliel : '-Forgive you, Mr Green ! Of course 1. will; Why, that's wh.vfc tho party was for !' . : ? tourist-: ''Are you a native of these pans'?' - . ^ - ? Pas-: 'Doiye nrailo wuz I livin' here Yr'oijn 1 v,-uz born . befory j, begun li vin' here Sketch,'} ?_ - _ i

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FRUIT STEAMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 27 April 1910

- FRUIT STEAMERS. ? The White Star liner Runic, which has been loading fruit at Hobart for the English market since Monday last, is ex pected to sail early this morning for r London via ports.

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A WELCOME DOWNPOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 27 April 1910

A- WELCOME ^DOWNPOUR. . The copious rain: which has fallen as a- result- -of- this ' dis turbance is . - very,-, - welcome throughout -the Tiuoa district. It was badly' needed everywhere, water 'supplies having got 'so low that the strictest economy had to be, observed - in almost' every household. And even then re- 1 plenishment ? by ; carting from j ?adjacenc-str.oani& was ^-frequently I necessary. -v Heavy rain , fell i throughout yesterday, -and con tinued for tlfo greater part of last night. . - . . - ' j

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NEW AUSTRALIAN LINE. PASSENGER SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 27 April 1910

, NEW AUSTRALIAN LINE. PASSENGER SERVICE. Messrs A. Holt and Co., of Liverpool, ? _ the owners of the Blue Funnel line, who also trade as the Ocean Steamship Com pany, have decided to establish a new passenger service from Glasgow to Aus - tralia. Hitherto they have been identi fied solely withour cargo trade, but, ac cording to advices to hand, contracts nave been signed tor three modern ^ passenger steamships of between _10, 000 and 11,000 tons. The pioneer vessel is ^already well under way, and the keels of the two -sister ships have been laid. The ? route will be via the Cape, and the new liners will be ready t.o take up the running from Australia during next year's passenger season.

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TREE STRUCK BY LIGHTNING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 27 April 1910

TREE STRUCK' BY LIGHTNING. '? The violence of the thunder claps /suggested that the electric currents which engendered the disturbance passed in close proximity- to earth, and further confiraiation of this is given by the damage sustained by a largo1 tree near the residence -.of Mr T. Fitzpatrick at South Franklin/ The tree, apparently' -as- a result of being struck by lightning, was stripped in several places,: while several limbs were, levelled to the ground.

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MAIL TABLE. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 27 April 1910

MAIL TABLE. TNWARDS. ' United kingdom, Continent of Europe, ' ' India,' this morning. _' Australian States, to-day, per Loon-j gana. ? N.S. Wales (direct), To-morrow per Paloona. ?????;.: . vNew Zealand, to-morrow per Moeraki. South Africa, to-day, per Tongariro. : ' . ; OUTWARDS. ?? U.K. India, Tuesday, 7 a.m. ' Australian States, to-morrow, 7 a.m. Monte Video, Chili, Rio de - Janeiro, - Buenos Ayres, 29th~inst. , ? ;New Zealand (North Island), to-day per Tongariro. - Fiji, Honolulu, Vancouver, Canada, and 'U.S.A., 5th prox. Eddystone and Straits Lighthouses, to-morrow 11 a.m.

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DISTURBANCE GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 27 April 1910

DISTURBANCE GENERAL. . Reports from various parts of the district show that the dis turbance was general in being no less violent in Lovett, Huon viile, Geeveston, .and other ; out lying parts o't the district than it was at Franklin. l. \ ' -v

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 27 April 1910

Jones & Williams, ' LADIES' AND GENTS' PRACTICAL ^ x TAILORS, ' 63 Harbottle's Buildings, Elizabeth ? ? ® ? ; Street. ??.?-.'??- - : Country Orders promptly ?attended to Entrance between McKean's Boot Shop and American Sugar Boilers (Upstairs.^ - ' HOWARD HOTEL Is convenient t;o the Wharves and Post Office. Containing Large Dining Room, Well-Furnished Bedrooms. Hot and Cold Shower Baths. First-Glass Table. All Charges Moderate. None but the - Choicest Brands kept. Country Orders Promptly attended to. J. H. GAFFNEY, Proprietor, late of West Coast. TAILORING. We are the Tailors who move with the « *' Times,' and are always abreast of the latest fashions. Our 70 /- Sac Suit: is an Eye Opener. Send for Samples and Self-Measurement Forms to DOWDING c% PAUL, - THE PREMIER TAILORS, ELIZABETH STREET, HOBART j

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Atmospheric Disturbance. Thunder and Lighting Franklin. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 27 April 1910

Atmospheric Dis turbance. -Thunder and Lightning at Franklin. » Hardly had the household; clocks .finished chiming the mid night hour on Monday night when the peaceful slumbers of the Franklin reblJcmts was rudely broken by a sudden and violent atmospheric disturbance. Early in the evening che still waters of the ''l-Ju-ui Ri\er sparkled brilliantly bo..enlli the rays of a bright moon set in a fieckless sky ; but later a cur tain of dense ominous-looking clouds was drawn across the scene. These, it was evident to most people, bespoke an early downpour oi ram, but few indeed contemplated that the elements, would be angered to the extent they subsequently were. J us j before, midnight tho first forebodings of the approaching disturbance were given. Sheets, of atmospheric , electricity shot from cloud to cloud to the ac companiment of distant sonorous sounds. In the minds of those who witnessed it came - upper-, /most thoughts of the appalling things that the astronomical authorities '...

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The Municipal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 27 April 1910

The Municipal Elections. .A WELL-DESERVED compliment has been paid to the retiring members of the Huon Municipal Council in that they have all been returned unopposed. It is no more than was due to them,) for it would be difficult to cite any public body in the State constituted of more energetic or painstaking members. By the enactment of the Local Govern ment Act many highly important functions were relegated tovtlie various municipal . councils created under it — functions, that hitherto were reserved for the consideration of, the State Par liament. The pessimists * were loud in their denunciation of this extension 'of the local bodies' powers, and prophesied that all manner of evil results would accrue therefrom. The whole scheme, they averred, was going to be ruined by that provincialism which, it was contended, the long existence of diminutive bodies such as the old road trusts and town boards had created. But experience ha-3 shown that these prognostications were sadly at fau...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 27 April 1910

The lluon People Are up to Dato, and so are we, We are movinpr.to our now premises and '' '' vIiji=tOr^at'Q ' ' SAW MILLS AND JOINERY WORKS I In Melville Street. ? LOOK OUT FOR THE BIG SIGN. ? I KEMP & DENNING, TIMBER & JOINERY MERCHANTS : Moiviiio §troot, P,S — Largest Stocks, Ghgapest Briqes S. MARSH'S for Best Bread \J c Birthday ..Cakes, Wedding Cakes and Small Goods, :: ? ? . 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 27 April 1910

~ * ' ; ; : f ' ? j. ; TO THE RESIDENTS OF FRANKLIN AND ' . ; : _ - SURROUNDING PARTS. * - I beg to notify that I have severed : ' my connection with Messrs W illiams 'Bros., of Elizabeth Street, and have i ~ taken over the management of V . Messrs A. R^acrow & 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. G.: KNIGHT, . ? . Manager Messrs A. Macrow & Son's Pty., Ltd. - Sight tested Free at_ .Overall's City ^Ph^macy. Perf&6ted~Fit Guaranteed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 27 April 1910

-tj Important Reasons % V TX7HY you. should buy all X V*P VV your Furniture, Crock- -5g- cry. Hardware, Cutlery, and all -£- X Household Goods at X SCARR'S. ^ Because the prices, consistent n£* with quality, are the lowest -£- V' obtainable. V' Because the quality is there for you to test. ' ^ Because we manufacture on the nJ? premises a large portion of the .nI? goods we sell. , Because we import other goods direct from the makers. N$X ? Because you get solid satisfac yC tion with everything bought. nJ^ Because we pay steamer freight nJ? ^ on all orders of 20/- upwards. -^- ^ SCARR'S HAPPY HOME ^ ^ -JVWIXIX ^ STORES. A X Complete House Furnishers, X 107 and 109 Elizabeth St., Hobart. S§- Births, Marriages, Deaths Advertisement* under these headings are published at 3s per insertion. Every notice for insertion must be authenticated and bear the name and address of the sender. WATSON BROS. ELIZABETH AND WARWICK STS. MONUMENTAL MASONS. Granite, Marble, and Freestone Monu ments and Hea...

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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 27 April 1910

SHIPPING-. . The s.s. Westralia left Hobaat at 11.30 p.m. on Monday for Sydney, taking ' 20,135 cases and 11,202 half-cases of fruit. She is due there late to-night. The s.s. Moeraki, from New Zealand ports, is due at Hobart to-morrow. She ?will sail a few hours after arrival, for Melbourne. r ? The s.s. Paloona lefE- Sydney yesterday for Hobart, where she is due about mid day to-morrow. She leaves as usual on Monday night on the return trip. The s.s. Ulimaroa, from Melbourno, is due at Hobart early on Friday morning. She wilL sail at noon in continuation of her voyage to New Zealand ports. The New Zealand Shipping Company's liner Tongariro, for London via Teneriffe and Capetown, is due at Hobart to-day. After loading cargo she will sail direct , for Wellington

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 27 April 1910

NOTICES. . JOBBING DEPARTMENT. ' We desire to inform our readers that v/c 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 j bo made ror Contract Advertisements, j . 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 . ? Huon ; Times,. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 27, 1910.

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THE BEST COUNTRY ON EARTH. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 27 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 need much sonsp to accomplish this either. He can always earn money in Ausn tralia, and he can always save some if he has but the necessary sense. It will be round, in nine cases out of ten, that non success can bo 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 he 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 COST TO HIM. They will tell you all about it at the Head Office in Macquarie-street, Hobart, if you write or eall. The National Mutual is the most pro gressive and successful Life Office in Australia.

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CATHOLIC SHOW. Disposal of Exhibits. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 27 April 1910

CATHOLIC SHOW. Disposal of Exhibits. The show opened - at _ the I^ranklin Town Hall on Friday in connection with the Catholic Church was brought to a close on- Saturday, and the- result financiallv is such that would bring a smile on the countenance of the most plegmatic of trea surers. As on the opening day, the show was liberally patro nised, notably in the evening, when the hall -vyas filled -to over flowing. The ladies in charge of the different stalls were~not slow to bring their wares prominently before patrons, and the result was that the standard reached in the matter of sales on the pre vious day was fully maintained. The total receipts reached the gratifying amount of £66 7s 3d. ' The management of the show was efficiently carried- out, and reflected the greatest credit upon the committee, which was con stituted of the following gentle men : — Messrs M. and J. . Fitz patrick, J. P. Ryan, James Ryan, D. Ryan, Carr, E. McMullen, Casey, and Latham. The- name of Mr M. Fitzpatr...

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SOME AUSTRALIAN IMPRESSIONS. MR FOSTER FRASER CRITICAL. "Australian Languor." [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 27 April 1910

SOME AUSTRALIAN 'IMPRESSIONS, j ME FOSTER TEASES CRITICAL, . ' Australian Languor.' When Mr John Foster Fraser landed in Australia recently, we all knew that there was a ' chiel amang us takin' notes,' for the express purpose of print ing them. We did not, perhaps, regard our visitor with sufficient awe to mend our coats, and it must bo confessed that he has found a good many holes m them. It is, of course, quite impossible that a peripatetic critic like Mr Foster should have anything very profound, to say about any of tho numerous countries ho has skimmed across, but he is by this time a trained observer, and his impres sions, superficial as many of them may be, havo ? at least the, value of coming from a man who has highly developed a natural talent for perspective. Under the heading of ' Some Australian Im pressions,' tho London 'Standard' is publishing a series of articles written by Mr Fraser, and the first batch of them arrived by the last mail. TI-IE PASSION FOR TOWN LIFE. Th...

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