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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 18 May 1910

% Important Reasons ^ ' s£i VV/Hi; you should buy all V sj? W your Furniture, Crock- -$- -£s cry. Hardware, Cutlery, and all -§- X Household Goods at X X SCARR'S. ® ' Viv-S -^ Because the prices, consistent nS? ?/' -'*' ^ with quality, are the lowest ^- PQ obtainable. _ ; ? ^ \j? Because the quality is there for \$? ^fc you to tost. -&- ^ ' ^ Because we manufacture on the 'X yy premises a large portion of the N§/ Jj\ goods wo sail.- &k . yC Because we import other goods y( \Jp direct from the makers. , Sg/ -ik Because you get solid satisfac- -£, /f -' tion with everything bought. /( \^ Because we pay steamer freight nJ? ^ 'on all orders of 20/- upwards. -^ ^ SCAR&'S hAppy HOME ^ . j wire re «j STORES. -&- X Complete- House Furnishers, - X -$- 107 and 109 Elizabeth St., Hobart. -& WATSON BROS. ; elizabeth .and warwick stb, \ ;;;. monumental masons. Granite,, Marble: and freestone Monu .- ments and Headrtones in all Designs. ?-*' InBCiiptione En...

Publication Title: Huon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 18 May 1910

MARRIAGE. Thorp — Phillips'. — At St. John's Church, Franklin, by Rev. C. Lumsden, John Thorp, of Franklin, to Mary Phillips, eldest daughter of Mr A. Phillips, of New Road, Franklin. THE ?IHUiwiitt Times WEDNESDAY, MAY 18,. 1910.

Publication Title: Huon Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 18 May 1910

A. Macrow & Sons Pty Ltd., 70 LIVERPOOL ST., HOBAKT. v ??-.'? -MACROW'S for Furniture. 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 - - ^ 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 - v' Best of Goods. .?'.,.? ' ! ?'?'?' ' MUSIC IN THE- HOUSE MAKES CHEERFUL HAPPY ,.:- homes. . ; / . v ????.; F. G. KNIGHT, Manager, Sight tested Free at Overall's City ' Pharmacy. Perfected Fit Guaranteed.

Publication Title: Huon Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 18 May 1910

THE NATIONAL MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION , OF AUSTBAL ASIA LTD. - ' . Are issuing . ? ' Children's Endowment Policies With New ? - GUARANTEED INCOME FEATURES. These Policies become, fully paid up in the event of the death -of parent or guardian. . . : . ??.-.. Rates will be supplied on application. LADY AGENTS can find lucrative occupation in the work of insuring women and that of the Endowment of Children. ' JAMES S. INCH, ' ? _ Manager for Tasmania. Huxtable's Restaurant, 45 ELIZABETH ST., HOBART. Dinner from 12 a.m. till 2 p.m. DO you dine in the City regularly or at times ? 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, . . ? . . I t -

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Retaining Found Property. Charge Against a Youth. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 18 May 1910

Retaining Found Property. Charge Against a Youth. ' Ignorance of the law ' was the plea raised on behalf of a young man named John Medbury, jun., who was charged at the Franklin Police Court on Monday, befqre Dr. Anderson (chairman) and Mr W. H. Kennedy, J.'sP., with having, at daarraatfwt r\n *MTni»/-T^ *l(\ loaf 4-alrQTi possession of an overcoat, for which thore was, at that time, no known owner, and retained the same without reporting the matter to the police. The defendant pleaded guilty, and was represented by Mr A. J. Frankcomb, Sergeant Filby. in\utlining the case for the prosecution, stated that the de fendant, in company with several other young men, attended a social at Geeve ston on the date mentioned in the infor mation. When leaving he took . the overcoat produced, and kept it in his possession for some weeks. He was aware it was not his property, but yet did not inform the police 'that he had it. ; . Mr A. J. Frankcomb said defendant had pleaded guilty at his (counsel...

Publication Title: Huon Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 18 May 1910

AUCTIONEERS' NOTICES. ' ? '? WEDNESDAY, MAY 18. HUONVILLE'SALE, ROBERTS AND CO, LIMITED. Q IX ! FAT STEERS, UPPER HUON '.:. 3 Steers, good stores, Cradoc Pen young oattle, Longley _' From Ridgeway— -' 10 Head fat cattle .- 12 4-year-old steers 12 Cows , . 8 heifers ' ; 4 prime heifers, Lovett 12 Head I and 2-year old cattle, Kingston From Geeveston — , , - . Pair working bullocks, pole or lead, thoroughly broken arid very re liable ' ' To the Residents of POR.T CYGNET AND DISTRICT. Goad's Shop IS NOW. OPENED Pr®wn@II Bros. ' LTD., OF HOBA^T. Who will hgld q. : - '??'} ?'?% -Sale :?? OF MEN'S AND BOYS' ; Clothing, LADIES' UNDERWEAR, DRAP ERY, and GENERAL MERCHANDISE. THE. SALE IS FOR ONE MONTH - , -.-f -;gnly. y :? And all goods are marked at City Prices! . ' ' This is a 'rlafe ' chahcg ' for ' Qountiiy buyers' to lay in- a stock of Wirit'er Goods 'on the same advantageous tgrjns ^s JEobartians, and is ah oppor tunity none sK'fluld niiss,, LIMITED, The Huon People Are up to Date,, an...

Publication Title: Huon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
AN UNENVIABLE EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 18 May 1910

AN UNENVIABLE EXPERI A visitor to Franklin last week was the victim of a rather unenviable, experi ence, He had come from Northern Tas mania bent on ^seeing the wonderful natural resources and scenic splendour of the Huon, and having spent some days at Franklin he decided to move on to Geeveston. He selected a spiritedymare as a means of conveyance, and forthwith sfit. out on his iournev. As the eauine stepped out it was apparent to those who witnessed the start that the gentleman in question was hot only a stranger to the district, but, also a stranger to the saddle, If he hai ever ridden before it was obvious that he had forgotten the most elementary, rudiments of the art. He was jolted about unmercifully, land ing on all quarters of the horse's back, and least' often in the saddle. A few hundred yards of this was sufficient for the rider, and as he passed out of sight it wa3 seen he was moving at a-walking pace. Whether he walked his mount all the way to Geeveston is not loiown. ...

Publication Title: Huon Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 18 May 1910

Feel Weary? It's your liver. Try . £ Overall's Little Liver Pills, Is a bottle. % . ? j ? v « — _ _____ ? . ? ? . % f :?? ?:?: ?' ' -.. ; ? ' p H, J. Marsh AND CO., LIMITED. TUST UN.PACKED-^r-'''^ Large ?assortmen^of Prun\ Is 3d, 2s, J^Gd, 2s-9d^, §s paij-?^ V Prumpg Saws,, 2s 9d each. ^ %, L.H. Pruning Shears, 7s 6d Pair-^^^ All kinds of Carpenter's Tools at LowfljL Prices ^H*-- Gauntlet Gloves, etc. , ^y _ ' ' \ H. ' J. MARSH & CO., I ? ~ LIMJTED. - i MURRAY STREET, JEEOBART' \ \ ' Printed and published by the proprietors The Huon Newspaper Co. Ltd.,_,at their jj. office, Franklin, Tasmania, ? ' t

Publication Title: Huon Times
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Inter-State Items. VICTORIA. LODGE SECRETARY ARRESTED. ALLEGED FORGERY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 18 May 1910

'Inter-State Items. (From our Exchanges.) V VICTORIA. ' - r ~ ~~~~ ' ' ...:'.J - ' ~ - LODGE SECRETARY ARRESTED. ALLEGED FORGERY. Harry Edwin Hadden, for .-^ whose arrest a warrant was * issued at ? Outtrim, was arrested by Constable Johnstone at Jeetho , on Wednesday last.. For the past inonthx Hadden has been _ wanted by the police. He was secretaryof Outtrim Tent, I.U.K., and is alleged to have forged the treasurer's signature to several lodge cheque for £10 each, which he passed on business people there, .ij The defalca tions total over £60. On Wed nesday morning last he came to Korumburra disguised in a wig and goggles, well wrapped up, arid clean shaven. He called at ' the National Bank and asked for the manager, Mr Walker. He represented himself to Mr Walker as a Cllolllloli, tliiu IDUUDJ.DU -_? payable, to Bruce Smith, and pur porting to be signed by Dr. Taylor, of Outtrim, stating. that he had been fixing up an X ray machine for Dr. Taylor. The cheque, which was for £30 Is ...

Publication Title: Huon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
HANGING AS A PRACTICAL JOKE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 18 May 1910

HANGING AS A PRAC TICAL JOKE; _ A ghastly practical, joke is reported from Corsica. Some men were hoisting sacks of flour at a granary in the Com mune of Loretto, when^a woman came to the mill to make a purchase.- . Thinking tnat it would De a practical joke one of the men placed the rope round the woman's neck, and the next second she was s'.cung off her feet. On reaching the first floor she was senseless, and energetic efforts had to be mado to' bring her round. Her condition, accord ing to the last reports, was very serious. Mick O'Mulligan (in hospital operating room just recovering from effects of chloroform) - Och, be the powers, where am I ? Where is it, I am, at fall, at all ? Surgeon Sawborno (with a wink to his assistant) : In heaven. - O'.Mulligan (looking uround) : Thin I'd like to know phwat the pair of yez is doiix' here ?

Publication Title: Huon Times
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THE MORALS OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 18 May 1910

THE MORALS OF SYDNEY. Mr Harris, Crown Prosecutor, at the quarter session,' Sydney, on Thursday last, was moved to express astonishment at the audacity and ingenuity displayed by thieves in Sydney. His remarks were prompted by a case in which it was alleged that nineteen bales of wool had been stolen from a wool store. The fact that someone could get away with such an awKwara oag was suniciently amazing, but when it appeared that the thief had been able to dispose of his booty in such a way that no trace of it could be found, there must be some ex tensive and skilful organisation for re ceiving in Sydney which up to the present had escaped the notice of the police. Pilfering appeared to be going on every where. ' Only the day before the Court had before it the caso of the theft of a valuable suit bay at the central railway station. The property had disappeared so completely that every attempt to trace it had failed. The whole city ap peared to be honeycombed with dis honesty, and he...

Publication Title: Huon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
MOONLIGHT'S GANG. BUSHRANGING DAYS RECALLED. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 18 May 1910

MOONLIGHT'S ?? ;, ,;.-GANG.;..rv BUSHRANGING DAYS RE CALLED. ? Recollections of the bushrang ing days of Victoria were* revived in the Ballarat East Court lasc week, when John Dermobdy was charged with having been drunk and disorderly. Sergeant Kealy inf.rnfinp.ArJ Vn'vn tn i-Via P!/--ni.f ?*/-. marking, ' He has not been in this Court since he broke out of gaol about forty years ago.' The old fellow was discharged. Dermoody was a member of the famous Captain Moonlight's gang, which for some time ter rorised parts of Victoria. Der moody related the circumstances of tho gaol escape incident men tioned by Sergeant Kealy. Moon light, Dermoody, and four others were in the Ballarat Gaol on remand. The captain had been accused of bank robbery at Egerton, and Dermoody was suspected of robbery fi'ear Clunes. Moonlight occupied a cell be tween those occupied by Der moody and ' another -member of the party named Plunkett. The escape was arranged for the night prior to the day on which the gan...

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CATTLE MAIMING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 18 May 1910

CATTLE MAIMING. No further developments are reported in connection with the cattle maiming which occurred at North Huon some weeks ago, as reported in the ' Huon Times.' Sergeant Filby has forwarded a full report upon the matter to the Com missioner of Police at Hobart, and it is understood nothing further will be done in connection therewith until advice is received from the fountain head.

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TRAGEDIES OF THE AIR. Three Balloonists Lost. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 18 May 1910

TEA&E^SOE';;':.r.: THE AIR; i Three Balloonists Lost. Only one of a party of 'four German balloonists was saved on Sunday after a ' series'of appalling misadventures, First the balloon became entangled with telegraph wires. It tore itself free, to bump into a' tall factory, and then toppled over a chimney . In a wrecked condition it became the sport of a fierce gale, and was blown seawards. The car . ? trailed at a dangerous angle, and two of the men in it had broken limbs. To in- : ? tehsifyithe horror of the situation there, was no ballast on board, and the com munication cord failed. As a last resource the balloon had to be ripped and dropped into tho sea. A boat picked up the solitary survivor. - ? . ^i. beuuiju uciuuuu uibciater uuuurreu in Germany the same day, ,the eminent scientist and aeronaut, Professor Abegg, )eing flung from the car and killed at the termination, of a balloon voyage at Tessin. . '.???_.??' On Saturday M. Le Blon, the famous French aviator, was ki...

Publication Title: Huon Times
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Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
TELEPHONE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 18 May 1910

TELEPHONE RATES. Consideration is being given by the Postmaster-General to the question of re vising the telephone rates. When in office twelve '?. months ago Mr Thomas brought in a scale . of toll telephone charges, which met with general condemnation.' His successor, Sir John Quick, appointed, a committee nf two Gxnftrfcs t.o ascertain the- exact financial position of the telephone de partment. This committee showed that the revised rates were unnecessarily high, ~ and the' ; system .would prove practically unworkable. Mr Thomas has submitted the committee's reports to Mr Hesketh, cnief'velectrical engineer, and has asked- him? for a report upon them. As Mr Hesketh was the father of the toll telephone .system in Australia, he is placed in the position of haying- to again recommend his old proposals or to , con demn them. ? .'?

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PICTURE PAINTED BY A DONKEY. ACCEPTED BY PROMINENT ART SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 18 May 1910

picture] painted by a donkey; ? ACCEPTED BY PROMINENT ??.:' ART SOCIETY. ^ ? Hanging in a prominent -place ' in the Salon of the Independents, in Paris, is (or was) a painting catalogued as ' Sunset '. on the Adriatic,' and described as by J. R. Borinali. It has just beeu revealed that the picture was ac Tjuaiiy tne worK oi a aonKey ! Two painters, who had had their works rejected by ; the society determined oil revenge.' So they secure.d a! donkey, to whose tail they 'tied a brush. Then they dipped the brush alter nately into vivid greens, reds,— yellows, and blues, and when the donkey swished his tail a blob of - paint was deposited upon a ? canvas which had been placed' on an easel behind the animal. ; Then the jokers sent the result to the Independents, and, to their huge delight, it was accepted as an artistic masterpiece, and given, a place of honour. ? ? ' , That there might be no ques tion of tho donkev-artist's work the practical jokers took the pre caution of having a lega...

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POLICE ACTIVITY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 18 May 1910

POLICE ACTIVITY. The quality of ineptitude is very- com monly credited to the local police officers in rural districts, but the pro ceedings at the Franklin Court yesterday revealed the fact that there is ? at least one office that might reasonably claim exemption from this charge. It was in a case in which a youth was charged witn. stealing a sum of 43 frc-m a dwelling. The matter was reported to Sergeant Filby at 3 o'clock, in the afternoon, and WlbUlll liWU ilUUlo lio uau uiouutuivu w* suspect, prepared the necessary informa tion laid against him, and secured a conviction. This will bear favorable comparison with the work of the smart est of those of the ' blue ' brotherhood in the metropolitan area.

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Extending Fruit Export, [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 18 May 1910

Extending Fruit Export, THE decision of the Tasmanian Fruitgrowers' Union to arrange for meetings in the most impor tant fruitgrowing centres for the purpose of discussing the circular addressed to growers by Messrs H. Jones and Co. relating to the export trade is one that should meet- with general approval. Few will dispute , that the question raised by the circular is a momentous one, and the course suggested is undoubtedly the most practical, and is likely to prove the most satisfactory way of dealing ? with it. That some new outlet must be found for the rapidly increasing output of apples from Tasmanian orchards is one of the questions upon which orchardists are agreed, and .it is imperative, in the in terests of the well-being of the industry and those engaged in it, that something de finite should be done in this direction without delay. The statistics relating to exports for this year shows that already the shipments exceed last year's figures by the striking margin of 300,00...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 18 May 1910

, NOTICES. JOBBING DEPARTMENT. . We desire to inform our readers that we are prepared to undertake all kinds _2 T.UU.m TTtT^—1- «****? -4'**ii»4- 4-lt a 4- ' 4-.li a roc Ul O UUUlllg YY Ultt| aliU tiuou vu.um uu.w a^»j*. 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 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.

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FRANKLIN TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 18 May 1910

FRANKLIN TOWN HALL. The Chief Sanitary Inspector under the Department of Public Health (Mr A. E. Wadsworth) arrived in Franklin yes terday, with the object of inspecting the local Town Hall. In company with the Medical Officer of Health'for the district ($)r Cummings) and the Sanitary Inspec tor (Mr D'Arcy), he went through the building, and took various notes thereon, which will form the nucleus of his report to the Department. The contents of that document will be made known in due course.

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