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

I - ? - S - - ' ' | IT ONLY COSTS YOU 2d. IT MIGHT SAVE YOU POUNDS. GET OUR QUOTE FOR ,DERS' 'IRONMONGERY jLA-RD TOOLS OKERY AND GLASSWARE 3ERVING BOTTLES I JARS JFISHING TACKLE GUNS PAINTS AND OILS -. CARPENTERS' TOOLS KITCHEN IRONMONGERY JAM BOTTLES AMERICAN BUCKETS RIFLES AMMUNITION. ?'' Goods Carefully Packed and Delivered to Steamer of Coach. ] ' ' ? ? ? ' jl. X MAESH & CO., LIMITED, MURRAY STREET, HOBACT. lutumn and Winter Season. j GOODS ARRIVING DAILY. \. _ IE are now taking orders from the New Season's Patterns for ?-.:.. ] Ladies' Costumes to order. 5 ' ? ' | ' We cordially invite your inspection. \ ? . ? . ? ! DAF Post Office Store, ? iyMEkj Lovett. I i ! . .'? ] . ' \ ' ~* I ? ,' ? ' ? E IN . TOWN CALL AT Johnston and miller's 1 MURRAY STREET STORES | WRITE TO-DAY for Samples, Prices, etc., of I APERY AND CLOTHING, CARPETS, LINOLEUMS ] WINDOW BLINDS. ' ? PROMPT ATTENTION TO ALL POSTAL ORDERS. J ? ' - ' ' ' ' ' I ? ~ ? : — =r— Vlount Lyell j FAMOUS HIGH-GRADE MANU...

Publication Title: Huon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
TWO VIEWS OF [?] [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 30 April 1910

TWO VIEWS °^5Sji|^?w ' i,J These verses contain two diftererfE^^^ — ' views of women and married life. Th-5 ? ? — ~- first is obtained by reading the verses straight through; the second by read ing the first line, then the third, then the second, and the fourth in each verse: — That man must lead a happy life Who is directed by a wife; Who's freed from matrimonial claims Is sure to^suffer for his pains. Adam could find no solid peace Till he beheld a woman's face; When Eve was given him for a mate, '? Adam was in a happy state. In all the female race appear Truth, darling of the heart sincere; Hypocrisy, deceit arid pride - In woman never did reside. What tongue is able to unfold The worths in woman we behold? The failings that in woman dwell Are almost imperceptible. Confusion take 'the men, I say, Who no regard to women pay; -?'_ Who make the women their delight, Keep always reason in their sight. 'Fortune will call at the smiling gate,' runs a Japanese proverb. To- . '-' be popul...

Publication Title: Huon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Latest Cables. MAINLAND FRUIT MARKETS. SYDNEY, Sydney, April 29. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 30 April 1910

Latest flaiiSes — *i MAINLAND FRUIT MARKETS. SYDNEY, Sydney. April 29. The following prices were real ised to-day for Tasmanian fruit : Alexanders 3s to 5s ; Ribstones 3s to 4s 6d ' Codlins 3s to 4s 6d ; FC 4s to 5s ; NY 4s to 5s ; APM 3s to 5s ; SPM 4s 6d to 5s 6d ; PL 4s to 6s 6d; DO 5s to 6s 6d; Fannys 4s to 7s ; Adams 4s to 7s ; others 3s to 5s ; jams lots 2s 6d. Pears (Tasmanian) : Giblins 7s to 8s a case ; WN . 10s ; Duchess 10s ; OB 9s to 10s ; BR 10s ; WO lls ; good, 8s to 9s. Tomatoes (Tasmanian), 4s to 5s. v

Publication Title: Huon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 30 April 1910

Feel Weary? It's your liver. Try Overall's Little Liver Pills, Is a bottle. , . T ATE APPLE SHIPMENTS./ Owing to the whole, of the refrigerated ?. v ' space in every steamer being, fully en gaged for meat and butter, we regret to '' announce that no late' shipments will be -r- ,' .. made during May and June, as contem- .:''& ?- ' f v plated. '''',', i Will growers please accept 'this as., ri'^-i^ notice of our inability to arrange for * , Sr—'r ' space in accordance with thoir provisional' applications! « i H. JONES & CO., LTD. Huxtable's Restaurant; «* - _ 45 ELIZABETH ST., HOBART. S ' ' Dinner from 12 a.m. till 2 p.m. ^ DO you dme in the City regularly or at Iime3 ? If so drop in and test Special Business , Lunch. , Fried Fish and .Grills from 7.30 a.m; till 11 30 p.m. MRS A. HUXTABLE, Proprietress. TO THE RESIDENTS OF HUON VILLE & 'SURROUNDING DIS TRICTS. / TX7'E have pleasure in announcing our Fie*si ©asli Sale ? Which stai-ts on , MAY 2nd, 1910, Continui...

Publication Title: Huon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A VERY USEFUL TREE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 30 April 1910

A VERY USEFUL iT^^Ei^feJi There is no tree known on earfcui^ , ' which serves so many purposes as the *'? — bamboo. The native of India obtains from it a part of his food, many of his Household utensils, and a wdod at once lighter and more capable of bear ing greater strains than heavier tim uer u£. the same size. Besides, in ex peditions in the tropics, under the rays ^ of a vertical sun, bamboo tanks have more than once been used as barrels, , . 111 which water, has been kept fresher chan could have been done in vessels of any other kind. Upon the west coast of South America, and in the large islands of .i.sia., bamboo furnishes all the mater ials for the construction of houses,, pleasant, substantial,-and preferable to those of stone, which the frequently recurring earthquakes bring down up on the heads of :the tenants. The loft iest of the bamboos is the Sammotln the tracts where it grows to the great est perfection it sometimes rises to - the height of one hundred feet, with . ...

Publication Title: Huon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Gold-Fields' Romance. "FAIRY" [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 30 April 1910

A Gold-Fields' Romance./ 'FAIRYi' By A. Strange. 'Well, I do reckon that for outand out cheek a blue-jay can lick all crea tion.' The words were spoken to a bird of the 'species named, and, as though! realising this, the little creature paus- \ ed, its head turned aside, one bright tj.-6 regarding the speaker. \. Appar ently the scrutiny was satisfactory, for in a.nioinent the bird was hopping aoout in close proximity . to the man's spade. In truth, save for his iiumanity, there was nothing alarm ing aDout btephen Deane; other Lnght eyes — more critical than a blue jay's— had found the tall, clean-limbed young miner, with his sun-stained s.un and frank gaze, good to look up on, and if his face had the gravity which comas of shouldering life's re sponsibilities too early, there: was a twinkle in the grey eyes which show ed that he looked on the rosy side of things as a rule. The twinkle was prominent now as he surveyed his feathered visitor. 'S'pose you've got your own affairs to att...

Publication Title: Huon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Perambulating Quotation Dictionary. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 30 April 1910

A Perambulating Quotation Dictionary. . 'You are charged with ? ' began the magistrate. ' 'Charged!' interrupted the prisoner. 'That reminds me of Richard IU.'s re mark at the battle of Bunker Hill: 'Charge, Stanley ? '' 'Never mind, Richard,' broke in his worship. 'He's dead. Listen to me.' 'Dead— yes, dead! How that word recalls Dryden's famous line in 'King Lear' : 'We ne'er . shall look upon his like again!' Or, as Chaucer very pithily ? ' 'Stop, sir! No Chaucer or any other sir. You are charged with ? ' 'Can't pay! Like the immortal Jon son, sir, I can say, 'My purse was stole. 'Twas full of trash.' ' 'A policeman found you lying in the gutter last ? ' 'Lying, you say! -'Lord, Lord^ how this world is given to lying!' as my friend Lord Bacon said.' 'You were found in a drunken sleep in a gutter ? ' ''Oh, sleep! Oh, gentle sleep! Na ture's soft nurse. Oft have I wooed thee ? ' ' 'You wooed her mistakenly this time. You used whisky of a very rank ? ' ' 'The rank is but the guinea ...

Publication Title: Huon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
If He Had Lived To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 30 April 1910

If He Had Lived To-day. . Scene: Manager's sanctum. Mana ger seated at desk. Shakespeare, a nervous young man, standing at the ' , ? door in an apologetic attitude, with his : nat in his hand. Manager (opening and reading let- ' .'?;.. ters, and speaking without turning ; ' round): Well, my boy, wnat is 11.' I've only a minute to spare. Shakespeare (nervously twisting his nat the while) : Er — er, 'bout that play of mine. Left it with you 'bout a week V ago. Said you'd glance it over, you Know — er ? . Manager: Yes;'' very 'pretty, thing; nothing much in it, though; undra matic, hardly the tning to suit us. Shakespeare (after a pause, speak- . ing with a slight tremor in his voice, . ..— and smoothing his hat abstractedly, .... : out with great care): I — 1 rather tnoijght it would have suited you. I tnought it — it— you know — strong, you Know, in the play scene, and at the - grave; and Hamlet I thought would have been a good part for you. Just suited your style. A good opportunity...

Publication Title: Huon Times
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RIGHT OF WAY IN THE SKY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 30 April 1910

RIGHT OF WAY IN' THE SKY. - The question of ownership 'of the air has been raised in many quarters of late. It., has been suggested that ^ some friendly suit should be brought which would determine what legal penalties may attend aerial naviga tion. As yet there has been no occa sion for such a suit, but the general public, as well as aviators, are inter ested in having the principle of liabil ity defined by competent authority. 'In my opinion, aviators have the freedom of the air, as the air is a pub lic highway,' one judicial authority has just said. 'Technically, any.'man who flies over another man's property is a trespasser, but I believe the courts would hold that aviators can travel where they wish in the air. by what is known as an easement. The air Is a way of necessity. Of course,,- if an aeronaut causes any damage to the property beneath him while in flight he is liable for it, whether it is -due to accident or carelessness. 'There is no doubt about it that a man owns the ...

Publication Title: Huon Times
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A Girl from the South[?] Published by arrangement with Cassell and Co., London & Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER v. The Marquis at the Play. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 30 April 1910

iGiMfpomtlie^J^ By CH^^ GARVICE, . Author'*1 'Just a Girl,' 'Nance,' etc. ?^ Published by arrangement with . Cassell and Co., London & Melbourne. . - All Rights Reserved. j CHAPTER V. The Marquis at the Play. It is actually warm!' exclaimed Dolores with ironical surprise. She was leaning out of the window, with her hands upon the sill, her lips half parted, drinking in the genial at insphere; and she looked so exquisite (- a picture in the commonplace frame that a young man, passing through the Square arid happening to glance up at her, involuntarily paused for a mo ment and caught his breath. 'It is vary hot here sometimes, I can tea you,'- said Broughton without looking up irom his drawing-board; lor he had discovered by experience that if he were lured away ironi his work to look at and talk to Dolores, ..it was difficult tq get back again. 'Is that truly' so?' she retorted, glancing at him over her shoulder mocidngly. 'It is difficult to believe. This is the first day si...

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Legislative Council Elections. Chief Secretary Returned. Poor Polling. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 4 May 1910

Legislative Coun cil Elections. Chief Secretary Returned. Poor Polling. The annnal elections for tho seats in tho Legislative Council rendered vacant by effluxion of time, took place yester day. The retiring members were Hons. Gam. Butler (Hobar:), A. Morrisby (Gordon), and P. McCracken (Launces ton), while the seat formerly occupied by xne lam rxuii. v./. w xvuiuy nitu 10 ue imuu. - , The only electorate in which there was no contest was Launceston, where Hon P. McCracken was returned unopposed. In Gordon Hon. A. Morrisby was opposed by Mr J. R. Ross, who was standing on the Labor ticket, and in Hobart the Chief Secretary was opposed by a Labourite in the person of Mr A. J. Nettlefold. The returns for Gordon had not been received when we went to press, but in Hobart Dr Butler secured a majority of 584. The poll was small, only 1384 of the 3814 voters on the roll recording their votes. There were three candidates for the South Eslc seat — Hon. R. S. __ Scott (Liberal), who occupied ...

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ANOTHER SMALLPOX OUTBREAK. MELBOURNE, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 4 May 1910

ANOTHER 'SMALLPOX OUTRBREAK. MELBOURNE; May 3. Smallpox has been discovered on the steamer Vavarra at Western Australia.

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SENATE ELECTION. PARTIAL RECOUNT IN VICTORIA. MELBOURNE. May 3. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 4 May 1910

: SENATE ELECTION. PARTIAL RECOUNT IN VICTORIA. Melbourne, May 3. Sir Robert Best has been granted a partial recountj^of the ballot papers- lodged in connec tion with the Senate elections in i Victoria.

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COL. KIRKPATRICK'S APPOINTMENT CONFIRMED BY FEDERAL MINISTRY. MELBOURNE. May 3. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 4 May 1910

COL. KIRKPATRICK'S AP POINTMENT CONFIRMED BY FEDERAL MINISTRY/*. - . Melbourne. May 3. . The Federal Ministry has flouted the 'Age' comments on the appointment of Colonel Kirk patrick to the position of Inspec tor-General of the Common wealth Military Forces, and has confirmed the action of their predecessors.

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HOBART FRUIT MARKET. HOBART, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 4 May 1910

HOBART FRUIT MARKET; : , . Hobart, May. 3. . Messrs A. G. Webster and Son seporfc, as follows: — On Tuesday, we offered a good catalogue. The. market.is still firm for quality lines, and the prices realised were quite up to lasto Thursday's. We sol,d: Scarlets, up to 4s 4d a case; Yorks to'3s 7d ; Crow's Eggs to 2s 7d ; Sturmers to 3s {3d; Crabs to 4s 9d; Jonathans to 4s 9d; Cox Orange Pippin, to 4s 9d. iP^.ars : Winter .Nelis, small, to 6s 6d a case ;. Winter Coles to 7s 6d ; Napoleons to 3's 4d: -

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MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 4 May 1910

MELBOURNE. Melbourne, May 3. ? The following price3 were realised to day: Peaches, 3s to 9s. a case; pears, 2s to 6s case ; apples, 2s 6d to '5s 6d a case ; tomatoes, 2s 6d to 3s a case. ?:f ?' ' S

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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 4 May 1910

SHIPPING. The s.8. Paloona left Hobart early yesterday morning for Sydney, where she is due to-morrow morning. The ketch Doris left Hobart,on.Mon ? day for Port Huon, there to load timber for Geelong (Victoria). „ - The 8.S. Moeraki, from Melbourne, is due at Hobart to-morrow night. She will -sail on Monday for New Zealand ports. ' The 8.s. Moana is due at Hobart from 'New Zealand to-morrow. She will sail a few hours after* arrival in continuation of her voyage to Melbourne.

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Latest Cables. MAINLAND FRUIT MARKETS. SYDNEY. Sydney, May 4. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 4 May 1910

Latest Oaiiies. MAINLAND FRUIT MARKETS. .SYDNEY. . - .. ' SYDNEY, May 4. Tasmanian apples to-day reached the ^following prices : Alexanders, 3s to 5s a case ; Ripstones, 3s to 4s Gd ;? Codlin3, 3s to 3s 6d ; FC, 4s to 5s ; NYP, 4s. to 4s 6d ; APM, 3s to 5s ; SPM, 5s to 6s ; DC, 5s to 1 5s 6d ; Fannys, 4s to 5s 6d ; jam lots, 2s to 3s 6d. Pears: GS, 4s to 4s 6d case ; lWC, 4s to 5s 6d . case ; BC, 4s 6d ? to 5s [ case ; WN, 4s 6d to 5s a case ; NAP, 2s 1 to 3s case ; PB, 4s to 4s 6d case. Toma toes, 4s to 5s case.

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MAIL TABLE. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 4 May 1910

MAIL TABLE. TNWARDS. - y 'United Kingdom, Continent of Europe, India, vto-day. ' Australian States, to-day per Loon gana. N.S. Wales - (direct), Thursday, per . Westrailia. . - . ~ New Zealand, Thursday, per Moana. South Africa, 10th prox., per Corinthic. U.SJL and Canada, 19th pros. OUTWARDS. Australian States, to-morrow, 7 a.m. New Zealand, Friday, 11 a,m. Fiji, Honolulu, Vancouver, Canada, and U.S.A., to-morrow. China, Japan, Manilla, etc., to-morrow, 7 a.m. ' South Africa, Saturday, 7 a.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 4 May 1910

- 'f '.MEETINGS. -, , . A MEETING of members and all per- T * 1 ?- sons 'interested in ? the Franklin Football Association will ' bo held in ? ? '.? Watson's Sample Room TO-MORRC7W (THURSDAY) EVENING,, at 8 o'clock. Business important. ? , ^ FRANKLIN FOOTBALL ASSOOIA- * ' TION. ' * : AP P LICAT ION S are invited from persons willing to act. as Field ! w Umpire for tho Franklin Football Asso ciation during the forthcoming season. State terms. M. HAY, Hon. Sec. Department of Public Woiks - . TENDERS will be received until 10 a.m. at the Pnblic Works Office,- - Hobart (where specifications can /be seen), for the following works : — . ' The Department does not bind itself to 'V accept the lowost' or any tender. ? WEDNESDAY, 18th MAY, 1910, ' . Road — Crabtree road — Contract 276. -vu^! Specifications at Post, offices, Grove and - ? Ranelagh. - Road — Lymington to Lovett (widen-- ' ' ing) — Contract 498. Specifications it Post offices, Lymington and Sandfly; ? and Council Chambers, Lovet...

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