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

^Important Reasons ^ X. W/HT you should buy all V. ^W your Furniture, Crock- -$- ^js- ery, Hardware. Cutlery, and all -&- X Household Goods at X ??%-- SCARR'S. # w Bscause the prices, consistent \y v^ with quality, are the lowest -^ jS obtainable. , '^ . 'Sg- Beo&use the quality is there for vg? -4k you to. test. , .- (Gs y)£ Because we manufacture on the y^ nJ?* premises a large portion of the w ^fo 'goods we sell. -& ? :'/y Beo&use we import other goods ^^ ''?.' nJP direot from the makers. N^ -& Because you get solid satisfao- -&- y\ tion with everything bought. 'x' ' .'nJP because we pay steamer freight -$- ^fc- on all orders of 20/- upwards. -g- ^ SCARR'S HAPPY HOME -|- X - Complete House Furnishers, X -$-. 107 and 109 Elizabeth St., Hobart; % Births, Marriages, Deaths AdTertiismenti under these headings are published a.t 3s per insertion. Every notice for insertion must be authenticated and bear the namo and address of the sender....

Publication Title: Huon Times
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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 11 May 1910

SHIPPING. - . ? * The s.s. Westralia left Hobart early . yesterday morning for Sydney, taking. 39,800 packages of Iruit. She is due there to-morrow morning. The s.s.'Moaua from Melbourne, is due at Hobart to-morrow nigjit. She. will sail on Friday, in continuation of her voyage to New Zealand ports. The White Star Liner Athenic, was due at Hobart yesterday, but up to time of going to'press we had no advice of her arrival. She is to load about 8000 cases of fruit for South Africa. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 11 May 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 wtfl be made lor Contract Advertisements. , 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 thoir papers regularly, would communi cate with the Manager without delay. i THE ' ? ' ft ? WEDNESDAY. MAY 11, 1910.

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

WHAT DO YOU WANT FOR -A'. WINTER MONTHS?. .' New, Fashionable, and Up-to-date DRAPERY & CLOTHIIHG. . We __cap.' supply anything that goes to make you warm and comfortable for the winter months, Our new winter Drapery, Clothing, . B. jots and Shoes are now opened up and .. m trked off at prices to meet all pur Oiasers. The balance of our LAST SEASON'S ' GOODS will be cut down to clear. AH good clean lines, marked at prices which must command a ready sale. This is a grand opportunity to make your winter purchases. , l -. '? INSPEGTION INVITED ; \ AT G« S. ElAftSII'S, HUONVILLE, RaNELAGH, AND Upper Huon _______ ''Sa^^ Printed and published^ y the proprietors Tho Huon Newspaper Co. Ltd., at their Office, Franklin, Tasmania- *W iL^iU^^^ f - . ^ ?'-?* ;;;;.;/

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Spraying in Orchards. Result of Experiments. An Effective Eradicator. SHOULD IT BE COMPULSORY? [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 11 May 1910

Spraying in .? ;??:/; ? Orchards-.. . ? .. ? -» ? . i Result of Experiments. An Effective Eradicator. StfOULD It BE COMPULSORY? lifts now clearly apparont that there is unanimity among the fruit inspoctora as to- tho -efficacy of spraying orchard trees with arsenate of load. Reports read' at Monday's mooting of the Huon Coun cil ? illustrate, very conclusively the beneficial results', that/havo accrued The opinion of the mspoctoro is'that it la the best known method of .combating the destructive moth. Whorover experi ments have, been carriod out highly satisfactory results have been obtaiHod. Orchards that woro fqrinorly- very badly infected were rendered practically clean, by spraying with arsenato of lead. In somo ?' instanco3 only postion of the orchard was thus treated, and where this wai-the case; ,the. best possible demonstra tion of its effectiveness; it appears, was given, insomuch as the sprayed trees v/ero clean, while thoso not so dealt with, were badly infocted. . .The W...

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

The Best Cure for Toothache. Overall':? Odontalgic ISssenco, 6d ; posted to yo.i, 71

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GEEVESTON CATHOLIC SHOW. Great Display of Fruit. Highly Successful Function. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 11 May 1910

?'? G-EEYESTON ?/??????? CATHOLIC SHOW. ? «JW. ? ? Great Display of Fruit. Highly Successful Func tion. The high standard of display which has characterised the several shows held in various parts .of the Huon during the last few weeks was well maintained at the seventh annual exhibition of fruit, flowers and vegetables, held at the .Geevesten Hall on Friday and Saturday last in aid of St. Joseph's Church build ing fund. The show was an unqualified success in every particular, and tho Treasurer is not likely to be the least gratified of those interested, inasmuch as the gross receipts amounted to £76 15s, which gave the promoters the substantial credit balance of £60. The attendance on both days was -large, and as the pro ceeds indicate, patrons were in a gener ous mood. :. The fruit 'section was the strongest, and the exhibits generally of an excep-' tionally high standard. The case-fruit was : a particularly , fine display, the Crabs, Scarlets, Sturmers, and New Yorks being of a t...

Publication Title: Huon Times
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BOARD OF ADVICE'S VIGILANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 11 May 1910

BOARD OF ADVICE'S VIGILANCE. A tribute has been paid to. the vigilance of the Franklin Board of Advice by the Inspector of tho Education Department; (Mr S. O. Lovell). When in the district a short timo ano, Mr Lovell visited the Council Chamber!} at Huonville, and there perused £ho correspondence and reports received iroin tho various State schools throughout- the district. The contents of these documents, 'cnused Mr Lovell to remark that ho was highly pleased with the way in which tho Board was discharging^ the duties entrusted to it. Ho added that they could not do more tnan they were, the nyetage attend ances at all the schools being kept up to a satisfactory standard.

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GOLDEN WEDDING Old Huonites' Celebration. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 11 May 1910

GOLDEN WEDDING Old Huonites' Celebration. ? The golden wedding of Mr and Mrs J. Larsen, formerly residents of the Huon for many years, was celebrated at their home at Hobart a day or two ago in the presence of a large gathering of relatives and friends. Elaborate preparations had been made for the occasion. The guests were received by Mr and Mrs Larsen, and were entertained to light re freshments. Later the party was conducted into a spacious dining room, where a sumptuous repast was served. The table was taste fully decorated with gold and white, while in the centre stood a large wedding cake of elaborate design. Seated immediately be fore it was the happy old couple, who were surrounded by their daughter and -four sons and a large number of their most inti mate friends. Those present included the following: — Mesdames W. O. Wise, Brain, Addison. Langdale, Rogers, Johnson, Braine, Brown, Schmidt, sen., F. Moore, F. Moore, jun.; Misses Addison (2), Hall; Messrs Rogers, V. W. Braine,...

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DIRECTOR OF AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 11 May 1910

DIRECTOR OF AGRICUL TURE. The Director of Agriculture (Mr Ben son), accompanied by the Government ^Horticultural Expert (Mr J. Osborne) will arrive at Franklin by midday coach to-day. Tho. Director will visit several orchards in this locality, and in compli ance with his expressed wish a meeting or fruitgrowers is bsmp; arranged tor to morrow iiiphc. It will 1)0 held in the Church of England school-room. ;ind Mr Benson is anxious that as many orchard ists'as possiblo fihbuld. attend, as he i:; anxious to confer with them on various matters bearing upon tho industry.

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

The Best Cure for Toothache. Overell's Odontalgic Essence, 6d ; posted to you, 7d GROCEBIES. M». FRUITGROWER We invite you to write our immense ? Catalogue of GROCERIES, House hold Sundries, Croakery, Tinware Enamelware, Glassware, and Toys, WE .. BUY. l ? . . Butter, Eggs, and general' Farm Produce. /? CORRESPOND WITH US. IT WILL PAY YOU ,? . ' * CO, THE GREAT GROCERS . and HOUSEHOLD PROVIDERS. . The Emporium, , 167 LIVERPOOL ST., HOBART., Jones 8t WiBSiams, LADIES' AND GENTS' PRACTICAL TAILORS, 63 Harbottle's Buildings, Elizabeth Street. Country Orders promptly attended to Entrance betweon McKean's Boot Shop and American Sugar Boilers (Upstair^

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Farmers' Slaughtering Licenses. Arbitrary By—Laws Criticised by Huon Councillors. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 11 May 1910

Farmers9 Slaugh tering Licenses. ™ — ..... ^ ? T' _v. ? ?; Arbitrary By-Laws Criticised by Huon Coun cillors. The requirements of the Municipal * by-laws dealing with slaughtering. .- was the subject of some criticism at Monday's meeting of the Huon Council The discussion arose out of a letter received from Mr A\ B ester, .of Upper Huon, in whicli the writer states that the inspector had informed him that he- would have to build a slaugh terhouse. He considered thi3 an unfair request, as he only killed one or 'two sheep -a week, and then a portion of the meat was for his own use. £ . . ?'. Cr.. Griffiths said -the Council had already .agreed -that, farmers ' who killed .only ;one;'or 'two sheep should riot be.^compelled 'to build a slaughterhouse, it being then considered' that a .license was sufficient. .'': Or. Skinner' thought Mr Bes ter's complaint ^was a reasonable one. It was not a case in which the Council's by-laws should be enforced to the letter. ' Cr. Griffiths said a far...

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TO WHAT BASE USES? THE POLICEMAN'S LIFE. WHAT HE HAS TO DO. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 11 May 1910

TO WHAT BASE USES? ' - THE POLICEMAN'S LIFE. WHAT HE HAS TO DO. - - The original purpose of a police force* is for the suppression and detection of crime. But in Vic toria, as well as in other States (says the 'Argus'), the original purpose has been overlaid with an embroidery of baser uses, until the police constable, like Pooh-Bah in Gilbert's opera, is the 'Lord High Everything Else.' Tn a country district, the con stable is, besides being a terror to evildoers, a rabbit; inspector, whose duty it is to summon those upon whose land- -the pest in creases and multiplies. He is also a clerk of petty sessions, a Crown Law and County Court bailiff, a licensing inspector, and inspector of nuisances. He is expected to act as a gamekeeper, andxprevent duck-shooters from shooting duck at times when they should refrain. He must keep a benevolent eye upon school children, and proceed against them under the Educs tion Act if they play truant. / He must prosecute trespassers on the railway, an...

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CARGO-BROACHING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 11 May 1910

CARGO-BROACHING. : ? A serious case of cargo-broaching was discovered before the s.o. Peshawur left Sydney last week for Londod. Six cases of goods for Adelaide had been overcar ried to Sydney, and after the vessel had finished discharging it was found that they had been broached, and a quantity of the contents stolen, t . . ..'

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PERICLES BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 11 May 1910

..-PERICLES BUTTER. The 1940 boxes of butter salvagod from the wrecked steamer Pericles realised 9;Md per lb. at auction in Perth last week.

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Current Topics. EXPLORING THE UPPER HUON. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 11 May 1910

v EXPLORING THE UPPER HUON. Owing' to the flooded nature -of the Upper 'Huon, duo 'to the recent, heavy, rains, the proposed visit of an exploring party has been postponed. ? ?

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COMPLAINT AGAINST SCHOOL TEACHER. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 11 May 1910

COMPLAINT AGAINST . SCHOOL TEACHER. A complaint from Mrs G. Price, of Shipwrights' Point, against the manner in which the State school teacher there treated the children attending the school was read at the meeting of the Franklin Board of Advice on Monday. The letter alledged that the teacher did not cane the children on the hands, but 'thumped'- them on the head or on the back, with the result that they were frightoned of her. It was decided, on the motion of Cr. Reeve, seconded by Cr, Casey, that the lotter ? be forwarded to ^he teacher, and that'she be asked for* a report upon it. . ' .

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MINISTERS TOO POOR TO MARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 11 May 1910

v — — * MINISTERS TOO POOR TO MARRY. 'No minister's stipend should bo less than £150 per yoar, whether a manse goes with it or not,' said tho Rev. A. J. Griffith,, speaking; at the jubilee demon stration in the Independent Church, Collins Street, Melbourne, a day or two ago. 1 know oi young ministers who are thinking of entering into the blissful condition of matrimony, yet they cannot do it, because thoir stipends ? are too small. They cannot save enough money. Even a rise in. the price of kerosene makes very considerable difference in some of the* humble manses. The pay ment for labor on all sides is rising, and the cost of living is increasing, and what we want for our ministers, to niake our work as Congregationalists in Victoria strong and healthy, is a properlyestab lished eustentation fund.' . (Applause.)

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

.- Feel Weary? It's your liver. Try Overell's Little Liver Pills, Is a bottle. To the Residents of POET CYGNET AND DISTRICT. Coad's Shop IS NOW OPENED By* Browiiell Bros. LTD., OF HOBART. Who will hold a Sale OF MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING, LADIES' UNDERWEAR, DRAP ERY, and GENERAL MERCHANDISE. THE SALE. IS FOR ONE MONTH ONLY; And all goods are marked at City Prices. This is a rare chance for Country buyers to lay in a stock of Winter . Goods on the same advantageous terms as Hobartians, and is an oppor tunity none should miss. E§p©WBi©il SBsa$sa LIMITED. H. J. Marsh , AND CO., LIMITED, JUST UNPACKED— « . Large assortment of Pruning Shears, at Is 3d, 2s, 2s 6d, 2s 9d, 3s, 4s, 4s 6d, 5s pair. Pruning Saws, 2s 9d each. L.H. Pruning Shears, 7s Gd pair. - All kinds of Carpenter's Tools at Lowest Prices Gauntlet Gloves, etc. H. J. MARSH & CO., LIMITED. MURRAY STREET, HOBART. i? ? ? .

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NEW ZEALAND. POWELKA ON TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 11 May 1910

NEW ZEALAND. POWELKA ON .TRIAL. Joseph Powelka, . the gaol breaker, who was arrested in' a hayloft recently, after an event ful and exciting pursuit, was charged at the Palmerston1 Court on Friday with having mur dered Sergeant M Guire on April 10. It was stated in evidence that the bullet taken - from M'Guire's body was similar to those found in Powelka's re volver.

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