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BOLT AT FRANKLIN. Resident's Narrow Escape [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 27 April 1910

E'OLT .AT. FBANK ?TjTNi ?'??? Residerii's: Marrow Escape A bolt, which might have been at tended with serious results, occurred on the- Main Road, Franklin, on Monday. Mr L. Hay was driving from his resid ence towards Franklin, and when : negotiating'- the newly formed portion of the road near the Swamp Road, his'horse ^ became frightened and- ''- cleared ' out-' ^ Mr Hay.Svas, thrown heavily 1 on to tlio side of the roadway, hut miraculously escaped injury. The horse careered on down through the township, but was ultimately pulled up by M. D'Arcy, who displayed com mendable-pluck by jumping into the trap 'from the. rear and bringing the bolting steed to a halt. Beyond the loss of a little breath the 'horse was un~ '' affected by his experience, while the trap also was undamaged. - - -

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

IT ONLY COSTS YOU 2d. IT MIGHT SAVE YOU POUNDS. / GET OUR QUOTE FOR BUILDERS' IRONMONGERY : ORCHARD TOOLS ; CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE PRESERVING BOTTLES JAMJARS . FISHING TACKLE ' GUNS PAINTS AND OILS' CARPENTERS' TOOLS KITCHEN IRONMONGERY ? JAM BOTTLES AMERICAN BUCKETS RIFLES AMMUNITION. ;? ? Goods Carefully Packed and Delivered to Steamer or Coacli. H. J. MARSH & CO., LIMITED, MURRAY STREET, HOBACT. ? 4 1 ^ - ' - . V ?V'---'-.. ?- *?- - W ' Autumn and Ifiute!1 Season. GOODS ARRIVING DAILY. '^yE are now taking orders from the New Season's Patterns for Ladies' Costumes to order. - j 7 We cordially invite your inspection. AOAF ' Post Office Store, . KAL, Lovett, ? ? J ? ? ? \ WHE IN TOWN- CALL AT . v «B®KMST©H AHD PILLEH'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. . ' ? 1 v :: - V. v - ?? s ? '? - ?- . ? ?? v ?. . ? ; ? ? ? ? ? : ? ? I .-V. . ? 1 --...

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WHY DID THE FLEA FLEET [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 27 April 1910

. WHY- DID THE FLEA 1?LE 151 . Tho title of this dialogue rt-ighb be — . ''Why Papa Bolievos in Cornoral Punish ment : ' ' ' Papa 1' 'Wour , ' there a Christian flea?'', 'Why; what -on earth- ever 'put that-- i .1 rl iii' vmiv v'.V- ? ? ; i - The preacher read it to-day ^rom the - Bible— '-.The v.iciiod flee - when no man -- pursueth.' ' ? ' ? - -? ' Why, Tommy, -that means that tho ' wicked men lloe ? 'Then, papa, is there a. .wicked woman - flea?'.' 1 ' ' £[0, uo. It means that the wicked ' flaes, run rfway.' - - . ^ ' Why do they run ?' s 'Who?' ; ? ' No, no! Don't. you see? The wicked man runs away when-: no -man 'is /after - : - him.' ' Is .ihere a woman after him ?' ' Tommy, go to bed 1 ? t ?

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

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

At YOUNG'S . HORSE AND CARRIAGE BAZAAR AND LETTING-OUT STABLES. FOR SALE— Ponies and Vohicles.of every description, including Trap and Bent-shaft Sulkies, Dog-carts, Prince Georges, Phaetons, Polos, Chaise Carts, Spring Drays, etc., Harness and _Riding Saddles. Cashorterms. ~ ? O. Young, 105 BATHTTRST. ST., HOBART. i ^ ^

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COOL STORAGE OF FRUIT. Its Many Advantages. An Interesting Paper. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 30 April 1910

COOL STORAGE OF FRUIT. its Many Advantages, An Interesting Paper. In1 view of the increased amount of at tention being devoted to the question of the cool storage of fruit by growers, fruit merchants, and others interested in the industry, the following paper upon the mnttpT nfftnarpH -=nmo K+fl»i iimn arrn Ktr Mr A. D. Cairns, manager of the Govern ment Refrigerating Works at Perth, should prove of interest. Thopaper was read before the last Australasian fruit growers' conference, but has not been published in any of the .Tasmanian paperc. ' Fruit-growers in Western Australia,' wrote Mr Cairns, 'have recently had the question of cool storage brought pro minently before their notice 'by being faced with the prospect of a considerable surplus over local needs in the immediate future. The fact of the local market having become time and again demoral ised -during the pear and apple season of last year points to 'the necessity of the grower seriously considering mechanically made winter...

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A NIGHT OF TERROR. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 30 April 1910

A NIGHT OF TERROR. Here is a curious story of a night. in prison during the Reign pf Terror in France. Probably few political pris oners of that period had their fears of the guillotine so promptly removed as did Monsieur Ferrers who told the story, and his companions! Some six teen prisoners were thrown into a dungeon of the prison of Tarbes. It was so dark that no man could see his hand before his face. Suddenly there was a click, as if a box had been closed, and a voice speaking with an Italian accent was heard to say: 'Well, here is one captured; now for judgment. What is your name?' Then a small, squeaky- voice re plied: 'I am called Mouse.' 'What have you done for the Revo lution? Where wore you on the great tenth of August?' 'In a church.' ? 'Oh, fanatic! fanatic!- And where were you on the immortal thirty-first of May?' 'In a cheese dairy.' 'Monopolist and fanatic! You arc condemned to death aud immediate execution!' There was a slight noise, a little cry, and then all was s...

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SCHOONER ASHORE. MAN DROWNED IN ROLLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 30 April 1910

SCHOONER ASHORE. MAN DROWNED IN ROLLERS. The schooner Oreti was driven ashore near Gisborne on Monday last. George Dunean was swept off the Breakwater Wharf at Napier by an unusually large roller, and was drowned. Two men. going to the rescue were caught by another wave, and severely in ured.

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A FAMOUS SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 30 April 1910

A FAMOUS SONG. 'Kathleen Mavourneen' is one of the few popular songs which breathe a genuinely national spirit. Perhaps this fact as much as the fine air and the pretty sentiment of the words is tne reason of its great- popularity. The author of the worus of 'Kathleen Ma vourneen' was a Mrs Crawford, an occasional contributor— in . company with Mrs; Hemans the Countess Bless ington, and Charles Dickens — to the 'Metropolitan Monthly Magazine.' la the pages of this magazine the words of the song first appeared. . Professor Crouch, the composer of the inusic, at that time a very young. man,. was the magazine's musical revi&jver'iV The bal lad attracted his attention, and, with out fore-thought or deliberation, he sat down and produced the music with which the simple words are now in separably connected. A few days later Mr. Crouch, while on a visit.to Ply mouth, attended a- social gathering at the house of a music publisher. The puDiisners wire asKea mm to sing something. He r...

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Franklin Town Hall. OPENED 50 YEARS AGO. Description of the Ceremony. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 30 April 1910

Franklin Town Hall. OPENED 50 YEARS '' AGO, Description' of the Cere .'..'?' mony. The condemnatory report upon the condition of the FranklinTown Hall submitted to the Huon Coun cil recently by the Medical Officer of Health has led to a discussion upon the age of the building in question, and the cir cumstances that led up to its erection. Therefore, the full description of the official opening ceremony puoizsneu- ueiow snouia. at this juncture, prove interest ing reading. The account, which certainly is elaborate in its detail, appeared in a morning contemporary dated November 30, 1860. From that it will be seen that the building will attain the completion of the fiftieth year of its existence on Novem ber 26 of this year. The account of the opening is as follows : — OPENING OF THE HUON MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, FRANKLIN. This eventful incident in the history of the district occurred on Monday, the 26th inst., and -will long dwell in the memory of all who had the gratification of wit n...

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THE INDIAN IDOL. A DETECTIVE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 30 April 1910

THE-lNblAN IDOL. A DETECTIVE STORY. By J. L. It was in our bachelor days, before either of us had married, and we shared a set of chambers in one of the .London squares; when Browning's museum had not grown to the size it is now, and he had not attained the Jiigh rank in his profession that is his to day — the dreaded Nemesis of all criminals, the expert to whom the de tectives of Europe came for assistance and advice. I had just returned from a week's holiday in Scotland to find Browning awaiting me on the platform at King's ?Cross. His face wore a worried look. He shook hands with me. 'Had a good time? Thanks for the birds you sent down.' 'Splendid,' I replied, 'but rather cold; 1 didn't expect to see you here.' '?I've just driven down from Cadogan Place. I've got an important case bh.' 'What is it?' I asked. 'X%1 tell you about it when we get home. Let's go and have some dinner . first; I want to forget it for an hour if ] can.' We drove to a little restaurant off Piccadilly, ^on...

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THE PERICLES. 240 CASES OF BUTTER PICKED UP. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 30 April 1910

THE PERICLES. 240 CASES OF BUTTER PICKED UP. The fishing boat Fleetwing has arrived at Fremantle with 240 boxes of butter, picked up near Cape Leeuwin, from the Pericles wreck. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 30 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 ior Contract Advertisements. IMPORTANT NOTICE. v 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. SATURDAY, APRIL SO, 1910.

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NEW ZEALAND. INCOME TAX EVADED. £10,000 AT STAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 30 April 1910

NEW ZEALAND. INCOME TAX EVADED. £10,000 AT STAKE. The magistrate at Christ church on Monday gave judg ment in the 'case wherein the firm of Bowron Brothers was charged with 'evasion of the income tax. The charge briefly was that defendants had for eight years wilfully given false returns of their income, thus escaping payment . of about £10,000. The magistrate .said the case for the prosecution stood* unanswered. The evi dence proved beyond question that defendants had made an absolutely false return, and had done so knowingly and wilfully with the object of evading pay ment of their just share of taxa tion. Defendants were convicted and fined £100, and ordered to: pay costs of the proceedings as required by the Ac'.. In addition a fine would be inflicted of treble the amount of the tax on which payment had been evaded. Notice of appeal was given. It is under stood defendants will have to pay £30,000 if the appeal fails. '

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SHOPLIFTER SHOOTS HERSELF IN COURT. SENSATIONAL INCIDENT FOLLOWS A PARIS CONVICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 30 April 1910

SHOPLIFTER SHOOTS ' ' HERSELF IN COURT.' ' SENSATIONAL INCIDENT FOLLOWS A PARIS CON-:v '-A s VICTION.. -???-, A painful incident, occurred at Paris last month, says ' Lloyd's Weekly,' when a young woman, twenty-six years of age, attempt ed to commit suicide after being - sentenced to imprisonment for a It r\y\ 1 1 $ f: inrr The Ninth Correctional Court, which for two or three days a week sits with the almost ex clusive task of dealing with cases arising out of petty thefts in the larger shops, had before it a theft which, except in one particular, was nothing out of the ordinary. A young married woman, smartly dressed, and of good birth anc] breeding, was last November a victim of the tempta- - tion to show herself in finer clothes 'than she really could ''' afford, and so he had laid her hand on a foxskin muff worth some £3 or so. The theft was. seen, however, and a few ininutes later the ' woman waa in the local police station answering the questions put by the police superintende...

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RANELAGH. ORANGE BLOSSOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 30 April 1910

EANELAGH. — ♦ ORANGE BLOSSOMS. (From Our Own Correspondent. A wedding took place at the Huon ville Congregational Church on the afternoon of Thursday, April 14th, when Mr Phelix Lobaz was married to Miss Emma Debman. only daughter of Mr Frank Debman, of the Brookside Iron Works. The Rev. W. Graham T-er- . formed the ceremony. Mr Herbert Norris acted as be.st .man, and Miss Minnie Brown as bride&naid. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked fiYC.RfifJinrfv rvrfittv in her bridal attire. * consisting of a robe of cream voile, trimmed with piece lace over silk. , She carried a shower bouquet, the gift of Miss Corrina Page. After the ceremony, a wedding lunch was served, at which over seventy guests were present. The presents, which were numerous and co3tly, served to show the high esteem in which the young couple were hold. The toast of' the bride, and bridegroom was proposed by the officiating clergyman, who, in a neat speech, wished the happy „ couple long life an...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 30 April 1910

The Imperial train used by the Ger man Emperor cost nearly £200,000, and occupied more than three years in con struction. Its eleven carriages, con nected by corridors, include a study hung with tapestry, a saloon upholstered in white satin, a nursery, a reception room adorned with marble statuary, an oak dining room, a' kitchen, and bedrooms for several guests. - There is, i% is stated, nothing like it in the world, and a great many of the details, were planned by the Emperor himself.

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AUSTRALIA TO-DAY. MR. FOSTER FRASER'S IMPRESSIONS. "A HOLIDAY-MAKING PEOPLE." [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 30 April 1910

AUSTRALIA TO DAY. ? ^ ? ME,' FOSTER ERASER'S -IM- PRESSIONS^ ' v ?' '?'?-' ,: ''.'.''. '''' '?' V. ' A HOLIDAY-MAKING PEOPLE.' = In our last issue we published some of Mr Foster Fraser's impressions on Aus tralia, which the well-known author is writing for the London ' Standard.' Further interesting information is given in his first article in' that journal. It is recorded there that an enthusiastic Sydney man said to Mr Fraser, ' Canada has no town like Sydney.' ' Canada ought to be thankful,' was. the reply he received. The determined hostility of a section of the people towards immigra tion is mistaken by Mr Fraser, as by. nearly everyone else unfamiliar with Australian politics, for the policy of the nation. '! The population is almost at a stand still,' he says. ?' Children are a nuisance — and they interfere with pleasure. The American cry oi ' race suicide ' is echoed in Australia. The country is too far away to attract the determined needy from Europe. And though the shout i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 30 April 1910

GROCERIES. MB; FRUITGROWER We invite you to write our immense Catalogue of GROCERIES; House hold Sundries, Crockery, Tinware Enamelware, Glassware, and Toys. WE BUY. Butter, Eggs, and general Farm Produce. CORRESPOND WITH US. IT WILL PAY YOU Robert Walker & CO. THE GREAT GROCERS and HOUSEHOLD PROVIDERS. The Emporium, 167 LIVERPOOL ST., HOBART. Jones & Williams, LADIES' AND GENTS' PRACTICAL TAILORS, 63 Harbottle's Buildings, Elizabeth Street. Country Orders promptly attended to Entrance between McKean's Boot.Shop and American Sugar Boilers (Upstairs.'* TAILORING. We are the Tailors who move with the ' Times,' and are always abreast of the latest fashions. Our 7O/- Sac Suit Is an Eye Opener. Send for Samples and Self-Measurement Forms to DOWDING & PAUL, THE PREMIER TAILORS, J94 ELIZABETH STREET, HOBART

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 30 April 1910

? lew I^UIil^B II^Bvl IobvtwI , IS known all over Tasminia as absolutely tho 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 charge fo 2 years - - A. BTJTTEEFIELD, '.2 ..': ] JEWELLER AND OPTICIAN,' 101 ELIZABETH STREET, HOBART.- . . ,. TELEPHONE 385. N * ' ,

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