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THE BEST COUNTRY ON EARTH [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 7 May 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 sense to accomplish this either. ? He can always earn money in' Aus tralia, and lie oTln always save some if he nas out tne necessary sense, it win db found, in nine cases out of tonr that non success can bo tiv-oed to the absenco of such sense on the part of the individual concerned.- . ? Every man, if lie is sufficiently deter mined about it, may be even bettor off in the future than he may bo to-day. He will not need any Old-Age Pension. A Policy in tho National Mutnal JLife 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 tne Head Office in Macquarie-stroet, Hobart, if you write or call. ' The National Mutual is the most pro gressive and successful Life Office in' Australia. Tho Rev. G. D. Nicholas, Vicar of Clewer St. Steph...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 7 May 1910

LOST— From s.s. Hopetouri, a? Jack- . -.y . son's Point, small Black and Tan ^ Dog, curly coat, answers to name of Patsy.' Reward Mrs Herbert Mills; - ., Huonville. FRANKLIN FOOTBALL ASSOOIA TION. A PPLICATIONS are invited from .- ? ii persons willing to act as Field Umpire, for- the Franklin Football Asso ciation during the forthcoming season. State terms. Applications returnable Wednesday, May 11. -M. HAY, Hen Sec. ' ? . ? . . ? . ? ? ? : . .-???? ?..* - I -4* . ?: TRAMLINE, CHITTY'S ROAD— HUON ' . MUNICIPALITY. NOTICE is . hereby given that the Huon Municipal Council has, in accordance with the provisions of Sec. XI., 49 Vic., No. 38, with the approval of . j the Governor-in-Council, granted author ity to Mr David ' Walker, SawmiHer, of South Franklin, „to lay down and main tain a tramway along a portion of - ? Chitty's Road in the above Municipality ? for a term of ten years from the . date - hereof, on the following conditions, viz. : \ 1. The tramline to be laid . on tho lower...

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A TYPHOID CARRIERS WONDERFUL CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 7 May 1910

A TYPHOID CARRIER; \ WONDERFUL CASE. . .-? ,f ?? , The circumstances of the case of a typhoid carrier, which:;g'o to. 'show tho remarkable length of time it is possible for a human being to carry around the active germs of typhoid, and from time to time infect others, 'is related in the 'British Medical Journal of 26th. March. The typhoid carrier in tbis instance was a woman lodging-house keeper at Man-. * Chester, who in 1893 suffered from what was then supposed to be influenza and- ? ; pneumonia, but which there is little - - doubt was enteric fever. . .Between 1898 and September, 1908,' seven cases., of , typhoid, some of which proved fatal, wero- . positively traced to her. In November - of last year her blood was examined, and. was found to, contain typhoid bacilli., The case, which is abundantly authenti cated, is of great interest to medical ? men. ' ? ? ? -

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NEW ZEALAND. £1400 PAID INTO COURT. ORDER FOR £320 COSTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 7 May 1910

NEW ZEALAND. £1400 PAID INTO COURT.   ORDER FOR £320 COSTS. A further order has been made by the Chief Justice (Sir Robert Stout) in connection with the libel action of Albert Ernest Louis Bertling v. John Norton. Bertling is the superintendent of the Newtown Zoo, and Norton is the proprietor of the paper, New Zealand ' Truth.' Some time ago there appeared in ' Truth ' a series of articles al leging that Bertling was ignorant and incompetent, and unfit 'for the position he held. Bertling sued tor £2000 damages for libel, and the suit was held before the Chief Justice and a special jury of twelve. The jury found for the plaintiff, and awarded him £1000. They also added a rider     to their verdict to the effect that the evidence had proved Bertl ing's competence. Norton's application for a new trial having been refused on   April 21, Bertling issued a writ of execution, and put a bailiff in possession of Truth premises. &nbs...

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DEATH OF KING EDWARD. The Nation's Grief. Messages from all Lands. Universal Sorrow. CEORCE V. PROCLAIMED KING. LONDON, May 7. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 11 May 1910

[?] Messages from aSI Lands. x Universal Sorrow. GEORGE V, PROCLAIMED KING. ' HIS LATE MAJESTY -v . . . i. .....^,- ? * London, May 7. Aroused to a high pitch of consterna tion by the .announcements made as to the health of His Majesty the King, vast crowds of poople gathered at Bucking ham Palace . yesterday, and- anxiously awaited the posting oliurtner bulletins. At. noon a bulletin was issued . stating that His Majesty had passed a compara tively quiet night, but that there yf&St no sign of improvement, in his condition. This news was received with feelings of intense ' disappointment by .the large mass* of people who had- waited many hours'to hear it. . -. ??'?-. / MEDICAL ADVISOR'S . .;??-.? ANXIETY, The fact that the symptoms remained unchanged caused His Majesty's medical advisers the gravest anxiety. ' There wa3 a continuous stream of callers at Buckingham Palace throughout the day, and the Prime Minister (Mr Asquith) . and the First Lord of the Admiralty (Mr McKenna...

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MEYMOTT'S BELLRINGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 11 May 1910

MEYMOTT'S BELLR^NGERS - .' 'I An appreciative audience last night welcomed the first appearance' in the1 Huon district of the' above combination, and- their tour of this district should prove particularly successful. Mr Fred Meymott, who heads the combination, cored an immediate hit with his humor ous mystifications, hi3 novel illusions^ being well mixed with amusing patter.R Miss Mary Stewart's dancing was warmlyh applauded.. Harry Stewart's handcuffs and iron trunk mystery is a remarkable^ item, and aroused considerable en-f' thusiasm. The popular melodies on thejj handbells formed a pleasing item. Theb aeroplone dance by May Stey/art is a| splendid turn, the accompanying lime-| light effects being exceptionally beauti-| ful. A fine selection of moving picture?! concluded a programme that gave entire ] satisfaction, and the reputation of this! excellent company should become known i quickly throughout the district. The) dates upon which the company appear j at Geeveston, Franklin,...

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THE COMET. WHEN AND WHERE TO LOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 11 May 1910

THE COMET, WHEN AND WHERE TO, LOOK. - As Halley's comet sweeps from its perihelion towards the earth its brilliancy and apparent size increases day by day, arid it becomes each morning more worth observation. The brilliance of the moon has also waned, the| satellite being now rapidly as- 1 suming the crescent form of its! last quarter, and this also aids| the observation of the milder| brightness of the sun's infre-| Iquent visitor. On May 19 the| ?comet wi 11 pass across the -facet] 'of the sun, and- its tail, streaming! jaway from the' nucleus manyf millions of miles into space, \vill| iwrap the earth during the transit.^ ilf Halley's comet is as tenuous*1 an substance as those which haves factually made a transit of the?; [sun it will riot be. visible as it*. ?crosses the face of the solar disc,^ whrtsh will then be almost in 'thejj meridian.

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FIRST BLOOD. REALISTIC STAGE DUEL. MR. ASCHE WOUNDS OPPONENT. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 11 May 1910

- FIRST BLOOD. REALISTIC STAGE DUEL. MR. ASCHE- WOUNDS :. ''? OPPONENT. ' ' ' ? '?''?' Sydney, Tuesday. ? The duel between Mr Oscar A Asche as Count Hannibal and° Mr Gerald K. Souper as Tignon- \ yille, in ' Count Hannibal,' at the \ Criterion Theatre, was respon-| bible this afternoon for a some- , what sensational incident, Mr « Souper receiving a serious Si wound. : ? I 'The two actors were fighting^ hard, for the duel, which is fought I with swords and poignards.and is \ strenuous conflict throughout.! It 'was in the third stage, just be- \ fore the incident in which. Count \ Hannibal sweeps the candelbral from the table,. ihat he lunged at his opponent, and the point of the sword struck him at the side of the' left eye. The skin was pene trated, and the point passing through emerged 'above the eye brow,- blood pouring from the wound. With his face bathed in blood, and hardly able to see, Mr Souper. valiantly kept his blade flashing before' Count HannibaL [and once got so close ...

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MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 11 May 1910

.: MELBOURNE.' Melbourne, May 10. ?The fpllpwing' prices' were re alised to-day: — Pears, 5s to ,7s'; apples (best), 4s 6d to 5s 6d; cooking' Is 6d to 4s.

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Latest Cables Fruit Markets. SYDNEY. Sydney, May 10. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 11 May 1910

? ? '.'I Fruit Harkets. ? ? ? '?' SYDNEY. Sydney, May 10. The following prjees-. were re alised ? to-day for Tasmanian fruit: — Alexanders, 3s to 5s a case ; .Ripstones, 3s to 6s 6d ; Codlins, 3s to 3s. 6d ; FC, 4s to 4s 6d«; NYP,,4sto 5s 6d; APM, 3s to 5s ; SPM, 6s to 6s 6d ; DC, 5s to 5s 6d; Fannys, 4s to 6s 6d ; BA, 5s to' 6s ; jam lots, 2s to 3s 6d. Pears : GS, 4s to'4s 6d= WC, 4s to 5s 6d; BO, 4s 6d- to 5s; NAP, 2s to 3s; BH, 4s to 4s 6d ; tomatoes, 2s to 5s.

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S.S. PAPANUI SOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 11 May 1910

. . : S.S. PAPANUI SOLD. ? A letter, was received by the Commis sioners of the Melbourne Harbor Trusty at its meeting last week, from the Mel bourne agents of the New Zealand Shipping Company, stating that a cable message from the firm's agents in Christ churcn. announced tnat tne ? steamer Papanui had been sold. No further par ticulars were furnished. It is understood ' that a Melbourne syndicate was nego tiating for. the purchase of the vessel. The Papanui is now in the River Yarra awaiting' repairs. She arrived there on January 19 last, in a damaged condition, - due to collision with a; rock off the north % coast of Tasmania. - For over a fortnight' * the;vessel was in dry dock. Since Feb ruary 5 she has been allowed to remain '? in waters near the wharves, as a vessel under repair, free of quayage fates. The commissioners decided to claim quayage rates as from April 28'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 11 May 1910

WING ON & CO., 24 AND 26 CAMPBELL STREET, HAY MARKET SYDNEY, N.S.W. ' WHOLESALE FRUIT AND PRODUCE! MERCHANTS, AND GENERAL 1 COMMISSION AGENTS. I Importers and Exporters of all kinds ofl Fruit and Produce. Orders sent to alii parts of the Commonwealth with! promptitude and despatch. Highest! Prices obtained for consignments of alii classes of Marketable Fruits and Produce! received to sell on Commission.! Account Sales rendered promptlp. f . CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. I Cable Address, WING ON. A.B.cf and A.L, CODES used. Telephono 22605 Central. J?.O. Box: 38 HAYMARKETJ ?P.O. I - ' ? ^— ? — — | The Huon People ' Are up to Date, and so are vfe. I We are moving to our new premises and! ' Up-to-Date SAW MILLS AND JOINERY WORKS In Melville Street. LOOK OUT FOR THE BIG SIGN. KEMP & DENNING TIMBER & JOINERY MERCHANTS ? : Melville Street. ? For Every Description of I JOB PRINTING Try The 'HUON TIMES.' BUILDING MATERIALS | TIMBER, JOINERY, AND \ MOULDINGS. | Millions of ...

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ROUND THE WORLD. MOTOR YAWL'S VOYAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 11 May 1910

. , : ROUND THE WORLD. ? ? ? . ' ? » V MOTOR YAWL'S VOYAGE. Captain Blythe, with Captain Pietro Arapakis. recently left Fremantle in the yawl Pandora, fitted with an auxiliary motor engine, on a voyage round -the world. Currents, winds, and temperatures are to be carefully noted and tabulated. .The places to be visited include Jr itcairn ?Island, and the islands of Juan Fernandez, Ascension, and Tristan da Cunha.

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THE HUON'S WATER POWER. QUESTION OF UTILISATION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 11 May 1910

.the huon's..; ; water power.; ?.:;. QUESTION OF ' UTILISATION^ ' r- ' ' - '?'. ''' ' ' ' X ?'? '' At Monday's meeting of^-tlie. HuonV -Municipal Council, Coup-.'ciilor Casey made. reference to the tojmondous vplurae of water power thaj^fa at present gains * to- waste in th^upper reaches'of the Huon River^Shd spoke of the enormous uuiieji ia uu-* mignt. De conrorred upon tho district generally if this was harnessed ' up. He referred to the variety of uses to ? which the power thus obtained might be - advantageously applied. In America, he/ : said, tiriiber was now being cut. with.' ' electric wire3 at a cost far below that in curred by sawing, and, in- that direction-. ' alone' the bxpen3as at presenfv.incurred. by. fruit-growers in . connection; ?with the purchase of case timbermight be-yery , materially reduced. -This electric power ; obtainable could also be utilised in the work of clearing lands, the running of - *' tramways into the back country, and in-i a hundred other ways t...

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MAIL TABLE. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 11 May 1910

*MAIL- TABLE. INWARDS. ? United Kingdom, Continent of Europe, India, this morning. i N.S.W. (direct)?, to-morrow, per Paloona. - ' New Zealand, to-morrow, per Warri moo. . U.S.A. and Canada, 19th inst. ' OUTWARDS. U.K., India,. Tues'day, 7 a.m. Australian. States, to-morrow, 7 a.m. .. Monte Video, Chili.'Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Ayres, 13th inst. South Africa, 21st inst. ' . China, Japan, Manilla, etc., 25th inst.

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Cattle Maiming. THE NORTH HUON ATROCITIES. STARTLING DISCLOSURES PROBABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 11 May 1910

Cattle- Maiming. THE NORTH HUON ATROCITIES. STARTLING DISCLOSURES ; - -' ' PROBABLE. .-.;- , -f '';?:.;.?. ?'???'?- ? ' ?';?'? v ' . '; Tho details of a ' s.'e-ri«js: .of atrocities, in the form of rutlfless cattle maiming perpetrated . at North Huon, as published in the last issue of the ' Huon Times,' have now received official con firmation. ? It- appears,.;froai the latest information obtain ed/tha't the police authorities were made aware of the outrage some weeks ago, and have since been dili gently pursuing, the matter with a view to detecting .the person or persons responsible 'for tne _ dastardly work. ?' ?The first knowledge of the crimes was obtained about the end of March, last, and tlibugh every conceivable clue was eagerly taken up by Sergeant Filby and others who were in- ' vestigating -the matter with htm, it seems that nothing of a yory definite character in the way of Widence was obtained uhiil within the last few days. . ? Numerous and voluminous statements ? were ...

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ECLIPSE OF THE SUN. Effect Spoiled by Mist. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 11 May 1910

EGLIPSE OF THE Effect Spoiled by Mist, In the Huon, as in many other parts of the State, the long-awaited eclipse of tho Bun was obscured by thick misty weather. Rain commenced to fall on Sunday night and continued intermittedly throughout the day on Monday. Heavy, low-lying, imoenetrable clouds covered the sky, and at no time during the day was the sun visible. Hence all the gorgeous effects that.it was prophesied would character *ise the obscuration were lost to view. The only indication of the eclipse was the gradual approach of a sombre twi light, commencing shortly before 4 o'clock. It was then known the obscura - tion had begun. It slowly became more dim, until at 15 minutes past four, the niantle of darkness had enveloped the district, in common with other parts of Southern Hemishpere. The eclipse had reached its climax, and a weird stillness prevailed. Even the birds that had been gaily sporting in the air only a faw minutes had hurried to their roost and were silent, while ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 11 May 1910

???' \ -R in!^ IRyf f ^Mriii^io I— (£H/i^r ? I U H H fop E&22? IC*S Vk & vfc-i- Si 2 0 -^ tl ^*3 FflrrgK X±& J ^^ ? IS kn wn 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 charge fo 2 years :'{ ....... A. : BUTTEREIBLD, JEWELLER AND OPTICIAN, 101 ELIZABETH STREET, HOBART ?-....'?_ . \ TELEPHONE -3S5. '... . ^ . .

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The Death of the King. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 11 May 1910

The Death of. the King. THE Empire — nay, the whole of the civilised world — was pro foundly shocked on Saturday morning last by the terrible news that His Majesty King Edward ?VII. had gone to 'The Great Beyond. Intensely sorrowful news would this have been in any event, but the dreadful sud denness with which it came accentuated the shock it gave. In London, we learn, the people were dazed, and in Australia the people were none the less affected. In all the principal cities of the Commonwealth, and all through the country, have -been given outward manifesta tions of the sorrow which at pre sent fills the hearts of all loyal Britishers residing in these lands. Indeed, as the cablegrams re ceived eloquently -disclose thes profound grief occasioned' by the sad event, is universal from one end of the world to the other. Tlrs is only what might have been expected, for the deceased Monarch, by the manner in which he has identified himself with the people in all his dominions, . has made...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 11 May 1910

A. SUlaerow & B@bis Ptty Lt#H?/ 70 LIVERPOOL ST., HOBAKT.' ' ., MACROW'S for Furniture. ' ' sn MACRO W'S for Furniture MACROW'S for Furniture *\ MACROW'S for Easy Terms - MACROW'S for Pianos '«???? '. - .MACROW'S for Phonographs ? ? ;. ? / MACROW'S for Records ' .y ? MACROW'S for Easy Terms. Smsll Deposits, Payments to suit Purchaser. Don't forget to give us a call when in town. Best of attention, Best of Goods. MUSIC IN THE HOUSE MAKES CHEERFUL HAPPY- ; ?-.; ?.; - , ... .- ' ' '.-.-HOMES: ' ,\ ;-:. . ? ??? .: %; '?. '?/.;.?? ?'''??; -./ . ''?-'..? .... . j ? _' - '- . ?' . V ?..'???? '.- '?..-;? ^?..-'.'?-: ?j |:-:-^ --F.,, G. KNIGHT, Manager,-: j'-; ' Sight tested Free at Overell's City Pharmacy. Perfected Fit Guaranteed. ?

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