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SCOTCH IMMIGRANTS BOUND FOR AUSTRALIA. MELBOURNE, June 3. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 4 June 1910

SCOTCH IMMIGRANTS BOUND FOR AUSTRALIA. Melbourne, June 3! A party of Scotch agricul turists have announced their intention of visiting Australia in September next.

Publication Title: Huon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
VICTORIAN FRUIT IN LONDON. MELBOURNE, June 3. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 4 June 1910

VICTORIAN FRUIT IN ? LONDON? : Melbourne,' June 3. The Agant-General.fbr Victoria (Mr Tavernert has cabled from London that the latest shipment of Victorian 'apples' to' arrive there sold from 7s 6d to 10s 6d, me average piiuw uoing es ya. He reports the market to be steady. -

Publication Title: Huon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 4 June 1910

The Best Cure for Toothache. Overell's Qdontalgic Essence, 6d ; posted to you, 7d

Publication Title: Huon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ADJOURNED MEETING. UMPIRE RE-APPOINTED. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 4 June 1910

THE ADJOURNED MEETING. UMPIRE RE-APPOINTED. The adjourned .meeting was held in Watson's Hotel on Thurs day nighb, all the members of the committee' being present. The discussion on motion, moved by Mr Cuthbert, and seconded, by Mr Thomas,— That L. Harrison be engaged as field umpire for the_ association's next match.' - Mr Priest moved as an amend ment, — ' That v the services of Harrison be dispensed with,' maintaining that the umpire had not discharged his duties satis factorily during * the previous matches. - . -- ? Mr Ryan seconded the amend ment. He considered the umpire lacked firmness, and did not ap pear to possess the qualities necessary to enable him to con trol the players in a strenuous game. Mr Thomas claimed^ that the umpire had shown that lie was impartial. They could not take much notice of the fact of a little friction arising. If they got a saint to take the position of umpire the 'same thing would jeeu'r. ? - . ; Mr Addison said he had to admit that the umpire ha...

Publication Title: Huon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
FOOTBALL. Franklin Association. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 4 June 1910

JO KJiJ ±JL)jti.±J±Jo Franklin Association. A. meeting of the committee of the Franklin Football Associa tion was held at Watson's Hotel on Wednesday evening, there being present — Messrs J. P. Ryan (chairman). W. J. Thomas, Jti. uutnbert, d. driest, and the Secretary (M. Hay). Seven players who had been reported for misconduct by the field umpire were dealt with. The evidence of the umpire and the players charged and other wit nesses was taicen, ana m tnree cases fines ranging from Is to 2s 6d were imposed. The men were all reprimanded by the Chair man, who urged upon them the necessity of keeping their temper and playing as sportsmen should. He also pointed out that it was the committee's intention to' see that the standard of the game was not lowered by the miscon uui/» ui any yi uuc jjiayers. muse who offended in that regard would be dealt with forthwith. Four complaints were made against the field umpire by the captain of the United team, in which the umpire's decisions were qu...

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MESSAGE FROM THE DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 4 June 1910

MESSAGE FROM THE DEAD. The loss of the Japanese submarine with three officers and a 'crew of eleven while' engaged manosuvries last month off Port Kure, has had a dramatic saqiiel in' the finding of a. detailed account of the accident written by the lieutenant in command of the ill-fated boat. This message Irom tho dead describes, says a ' Morning Leador ' correspon dent, the cause of tho accident, and the steps taken to endeavor to raise the sub marine to . tho surface. The lieutenant expresses regret at losing the boat and at the loss of the lives .of, brother officers and the crew, of whose heroism he speaks in the highest praise. Towards the end of this tragic docu ment the writer states tnat no iiacl then reached such a state of asphyxiation that he had the greatest difficulty in breath ing. The last words of the brave ' lieutenant were a touching request that the 'Em- peror-should succouv the families of the officers a»d men,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
TASMANIAN APPLES. Direct Dealings With the Provinces. IMPORTANT INNOVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 4 June 1910

., STASMANIAN ,. ./APPLES, r,;/-;;/ ?? ? — , ? ?-» — — - — Direct Dealings With the -Provinces, ^ IMPORTANT INNOVATION. The Tasmanian apple season in Lon don has duly opened. . The cable will have already furnished your, producers with particulars of the prices realised. After these are given, there is little more to say. There have been a few com plaints, and it will be worth while to emphasise the fact that a certain propor tion of the Tasmanian apples have turned out pitted (says the London correspon dent of the ' Mercury.' It is, however, too oarly in the season to do more than mention the fact in connection with one or two shipments. Indeed, in the last week's shipments there was less cause for complaint on this ground than in the earlier shipments. - An interesting innovation has been the §ffqrt which Messrs Moore and Peacock are making to avoid bringing more of' the fruit to Covent Garden than is essential. It will be remombered that a sum vary ing from 7J^d to 8J^'d per case...

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KING O'MALLEY'S MARRIAGE. MELBOURNE, June 3. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 4 June 1910

KING O'MALLEY'S -MARRIAGrE, . : — — , ? ~» ? — ?-? Melbourne, June 3. Politicians are congratulating King O'Malley on his recent marriage . . , [Mr King O'Mally, Minister for Home Affairs, was on May 3 married to Miss Amy Horton, of South. Melbourne. The ceremony took place at the residence of the bride's father, throe days after the Fisher Ministry was sworn-in. Until within the past few days, not even Mr O'Malley's colleagues were aware of his marriage.]

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KING EDWARD MEMORIAL. MEETING IN MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, June 3. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 4 June 1910

KING EDWARD MEMORIAL. ? _ — ♦ ? - — MEETING IN MELBOURNE. Melbourne, June 3. A public meeting will be held in the Town Hall on Thursday next, to.consider the question of establishing a memorial to the late King Edward.

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VICTORIAN LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ELECTIONS. MELBOURNE, June 3. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 4 June 1910

VICTORIAN LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ELECTIONS. Melbourne, June 3. The Labor Party here is jubi lant of the victory of Mr J. P. Jones,. their accredited candidate for the East Melbourne seat in the State Legislative Council. Mr Jones, who secured 3542 votes, unseated Mr W. Pitt, who polled 1933 votes.

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COLD SNAP. MELBOURNE, June 3. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 4 June 1910

COLD SNAP. Melbourne. June 3. . A cold snap is being experi enced in Melbourne. Snow has fallen in. the country.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 4 June 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 WaBker & CO. THE GREAT GROCERS and . HOUSEHOLD PROVIDERS. ; The' Emporium, :_? 167 LIVERPOOL ST., HOBART. I ' ' , ** * l : '. - '. ? '.'. '?- f ? Howird'6 Hotei, ' Is convenient to the Wharves and Post Office. Containing Large Dining Room, Well-Furnished Bedrooms. Hot . and Cold Shower Baths. 'First-Class Table. All Charges Moderate. None but' the Choicest Brands kept. Country Orders Promptly attended to. J. H. GAFFNEY, Proprietor, late of West Coast. ? HALF-YEARLY GASH SALE HALF-YEARLY CASH SALE AT . . ' - _ Ob Sm Ht&^Sh'S STORES NOW ON. HUONVILLE, RANELAGH, UPPER - HUON. ' ? ' ? Up-to-date DRAPERY. Up-to-date CLOTHING. y Up-to-date BOOTS & SHOES Is to be sold at CASH SALE PRICES. HAVING made large purchases o...

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A Neat Retort. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 4 June 1910

: A Neat Retort. ' 'There,' exclaimed the candidate; triumphantly, when he had finished, 'I think I have not left my opponent . a leg to stand on.' ??;?'? ? 'If that is so,' called out a support- : ' er of the opponent, 'it is all the more reason why he should have the' seat.' Sally Gay': What a cunning litle fel-. V i low Mr. Callipers is! \ ? ' I Dolly Swift: Cunning? Why's he's - dreadfully bow-legged. . ' .'? . '- Sally Gay: Yes; but that gives him. '. such an arch look, you know. r' .--..?

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

MELBOURNE. Melbourne. June 3. The following prices were re-* alised for fruit to-day :— Apples (cooking), 2s to 5s 6d per case ; eating, Is 6d to 7s ; tomatoes. Is 6d to 3s ; melons (preserving,), 2s to 5s. ? . : .v Pears— Culinary, 2s 6d to 3s 6d per case j.^eating, 2s to 7s per case. . ?.

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Latest Cables Fruit Markets. SYDNEY. SYDNEY, June 8. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 4 June 1910

[?] Frait Markets a SYDNEY. SYDNEY, June 8. The following prices were re alised to-day for Tasmanian 'fruit .—SPM, 4s 6d to 6s ' per case ; APM (choice),4s 6d-to 5s 6d; APM {small), 2s 6d; CE, 4s 6d; NYP, 5s to 6s ; AR, 3s to 5s ; PO, 5s to 6s ; STP. 3s to 4s 6d. Pears — GS, 5s to 8s per case ; WN, 10s per case; NP, 4s to 5s per case; Duchess, 10s per case; OB, 9s toB10s per case ; BB, 10s per. case' WC, 10s per case; Josephine, 8s per case ; BC, 5s to 6s per case ; NP, 3s to to 5s per case ; SE, 4s to 6s per case' Tomatoes, 2s to 5s per case.

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Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
LONDON SHIPMENTS. OT WAY'S FRUIT OVERRIPE. LONDON, June 2. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 4 June 1910

LONDON SHIPMENTS. ♦ ? OTWAY'S FRUIT OVERRIPE. London, June 2. A good deal of the fruit shipped by the R.M.S. Otway is turning out override'. Sound stuff is sell ing at late' rates.

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HOBART. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 4 June 1910

^HOBART. Messrs. A. G. Webster and. Son report: — At bur sale on Thursday we offered 1150 csaes. There is a good demand fop shipping lines of SPM and FQ. N.o, 1 grade Sturm ers are still dull, and we strongly advise holding these back at present. All kinds of spotty and small are difficult to sell, We sold— SPM, No. 1, good, 3s 9d to 4s 3d ; mixed, Nos. 1 and 2, 3s 3d to 3s lOd; No. 2, good, 3s;3d ; PA, Nos. 1 and %, good, 2s 6d; RB, good, No. 1, 2s 6d; FC, fair, No. 1, to 3s 6d, Nos. 1 ana .# to os -ta ; owners, irom zs xa to 3s 3d ; RPM, good, No. 1, 3s Id; RG, Nos. 1 and 2, good, 3s ; APM, good, to 2s 6d ; medium, to Is 9d ; NYP, good, 4s Id to 4s 2d; medium, from Is lOd to 2s lOd ; CE, No. 2, well-coloured, 2s 2d ; STP, No. 1, 2s 6d to 2s 8d ; and a quantity of odd lots from 9d to 2s 3d per case. Pears — WN, No. 1, 10s; No. 2, 9s; No. 3, 6s; spotty, to 6s ; ripe, to 6s 8d ; and odd lots of spotty and ripe, from 3s to 4s 6d per case.

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Tasmanian Fruit Industry. The English Trade. ITS RAPID DEVELOPMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 8 June 1910

Tasmanian Fruit Industry. The English Trade. ITS RAPID DEVELOPMENT. In the course of an address on the scheme for ojiening up new markets , propounded by Mes3r.s H. Jones and- Co., at a rqeeting of fruitgrtt!^e(ra.',\''aii,Kra^^liEi, 'on baturqay night, Mt H, JTones mr ci den tally- referred to the develop ment of 'the English trade, He was speaking c)f the question of reduced freights to the Eiastern markets, and said the London trade furnished illustration of what could be done .in that re gard. When . the shipments ta England first started, he continu ed, tho freight was 4s 6d a case, in addition to which it cost 9d a case to get the fruit to Melbourne, making 5s 3d in ?\1J, U'hey started with HQ, 000, oases, and the bvaker.3 o.nly'a few years ago, said' that if they sent rnorq tl^an 100,000 cases they \vould not pay the freight. Now they were sending o.ver half a million cases and had got the freight cIqw^ to, a minimum. Bvit r\t present mail boats*' costing about £250,000 to bu...

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MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS. Councillors' Honesty Attacked. GRAYE IMPEACHMENTS. STORMY DEBATE AT PORT CYGNET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 8 June 1910

MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS. Councillors' Honesty Atlaoked. GRAVE IMPEACHMENTS. STORMY DEBATE AT PORT CYGNET. A; heated discussion in which serious allegations were made against a member of the Council, took place at last week's meeting' of the Port Cygnet Municipal Oouncil. At the previous meeting it transpired that moneys due to certain of r.nnnriils wnrVmfln. onrl hrrnrtarl tn*i Councillor William Baldwin for payment, had not been received by the men, though their signed vouchers were on the hands of the Council. Councillor Baldwin , ex plained that he had signed the vouchers with their consent. Further considera tion of the matter was then adjourned till the next meeting to enable Oouncillor Baldwin to justify his position. The discussion was resumed at last weeks meeting. The Council Clerk then read the following letter written by Mr W. H. Cripps : . ' I wrote last meeting complaining of the conduct of Councillor William Baldwin, but the letter was too late for that meeting. Councillor B...

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IMMIGRATION. MISLEADING ADVERTISEMENTS. MELBOURNE, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 8 June 1910

? IMMIGRATION. ? MISLEADING ADVERTISE MENTS. Melbourne, June 7. A deputation trom the Lapor party to-day \vaited upon the Minister for External Affairs re the misleading advertisements appearing in the English press, ?|q attract immigrants to Aus tralia. The Minister- fully ex onerated the High Commissioner (Sir Geo. Reid) from all blame in -'ISe rr\a^er, ' '

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