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FRANKLIN BAND ENGAGEMENT OF PROFESSIONAL BANDMASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 March 1910
FRANKLIN BAND ' ?i ' i-f*» i i ii. ENGAGEMENT OF PROFES SIONAL BANDMASTER. - A full meeting of the members of the Franklin Brass Band wa3 held on Saturday evening last for the purpose of discussing a pro posal that a professional band master be engaged to take charge of the band. The former con ductor (Mr G. Batchelor) has resigned the leadership, but will still continue to be a member of the band. The proposition was very fully discussed, and it was resolved : — ' That in the. opinion of all mem bers the only way to make the band a successful combination is to engage a competent man to take full control of the same.' It was further decided that the Outside Committee of the band be asked to meat at the bandroom on Saturday next at 8 o'clock to confer with the members con cerning tho proposal.
POLICE COURTS. DOVER. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 March 1910
police ' oomTs; DOVER. _ At the Dover Police Court on 23rd insfc, before the Warden (Mr. Jackson) and Mr L. Clei},nett, J.P., William Benser, Benjamin Barrett, Sydney Daniels, and Henry Donohoo pleaded guilty to disturbing the peace on the night of the 31st December, 1909. They were fined 5s each, with costs 2s. Thomas Law, who. was charged with the same offence, failed to appear, and the case v/as heard ex parte. He was nned i(Js and costs 2s. Thomas Daniels, charged with the same offence, pleaded riot guilty. After hearing evidence the B ench found him guilty', and imposed a fine of 2s 6d, with' costs 2s. ' Hugh Wallace and Clyde King pleaded guilty to_ a similar charge. Constable Licson gave evidence that King, Wallace, and T,aw were recognised by a wit ness (I-Ienrio Brown), whom he produced, as being amongst a number of person who indulged in stone throwing. He also_pro duQQd a thCft xiad been thrown through Mr v?indp\iv;. Tho. defendants were' fined iOs, with costs 2s. Several...
AN AMERICAN PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 March 1910
A?J -AMERICAN PROPOSAL. According to tho Washington cor respondent of Mr Hearst's nowopap-srs, Mr. Knox, Secretary of State, took an important Step over a month ago to ward enlisting tho' .sympathies of tlio loading nations of tho. jrlobo for the realisation of that vision of 'univer- sal peace,' said tlio New York corres pondent of tho 'Daily Telegraph' 011 .January 6. Mr. Knox, so I am in formed, has addressed a Circular Note to .the Powers, suggesting an agree ment to establish v/hat is called a 'Court of Arbitral Justice,!' with pow er and functions sufficient to settle all cases arising in peace, as well as those incident to war. Neither Mr. Knox nor the State De partment at Washington is so sanguine as to suppose that the establishment ox such a court will immediately secure 'universal peace,' but that it would be in the direct line of the civilising forces which, are v.-orkins together to herald the dawn of poaco in tho world is tho liopo expressed by officials of the Stato D...
BRIEF FACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 March 1910
BRIEF FACTS. Owing to the continued ab sence of rain, large numbers of Franklin residents are being com pelled to cart water for domestic use. Very hopeful reports received from Lovett regarding the ap proaching fruit season. ??- Yacht race Bailed at Franklin on Saturday, under the auspices of tlio Huon Sailing Club. Newmarket Handicap on Satur day, won by a 25 to 1 chance. The placed horses were : Mala, 1 ; Malt King, 2 ; Flavinius, 3. Two more records were created at the Carnival Athletic meeting, at Hobart on Saturday. E. Russell of Victoria, high jump, cleared 6ft, the previous Aus tralian amateur record being, 5ft lli4in. The other record was in the long 'jump in which H. , McCabe(N.Z.)beat the Tasmanian record held by J. S. Agnew, of 20ft 9in, by 19in. Three Huon rowers — J. Phillips, Eric Wicks, W. Wicks, havebeon selected in the Southern crew, for the eight-oared test race to be rowed on the Derwent on the 19 th of this month. * R.M.S. Malwa, which left Ho ba,rb on Saturday ...
Latest Cables. MAINLAND FRUIT MARKETS. MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 March 1910
Latest (SaMsSa MAINLAND FB-IJIT MAXiKETS. _ ' MELBOURNE. . Melbourne, March l. , In th9 fruit market , to-day peaches realised 2e to 7s a case ; nectarines, 4s to 5s a case ; pears, 3s to 8s a caso ; apples, 2's to 6s a case ; cooking apples, Is 6p£d to 3s 6j^d a case ; passion fruit, 6s to 7s a caso ; . tomatoo3, 2s to 4s a case ; plums, .2s to 5s a case ; figs, 5s 6d a case.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 March 1910
DEATH. BURLES. — On February 24, 1910, at the residence of Mrs Lynch, 24 Federal street, North Hobart, Dulcie, the dearly beloved little daughter of -Edward and Kate Burles, of Lune River, Southport, aged 14 months. THE - . TimeSc WEDNESDAY, MARCH s, 1910. DREDGING THE HUON.
THE PARIS FLOODS CITY STREETS INUNDATED. REFUGEES TERRIBLE EXPERIENCES. 40,000 HOMELESS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 5 March 1910
THE PARIS FLOODS ? ^^ ? ?? O.IT^. S.TiREET^ INUNDATED.. REFUGEES TERRIBLE EX PERIENCES. 40,000 HOMELESS. By the English mail which came to hand yesterday graphic accounts of the extraordinary ecerios that attended the rising of the River Seine at Paris, and of the tremendous damage that re sulted, have arrived, These enqrmoqs ' fiqods which |ia^'e'°c8st ''Paris many millions a're described ag ' the wor-st terror the oity has known since the days of the Revolution,' A feeling of utter impotence .seized public authorities and people alike for nearly a whole week. The/ 'cen- tral portioj\ p/ P.aria lies' in. a.j ilii-gin/ s^rrounde.cr by hills and ir-aversed by the river, which, as th° history of the past shows, can be a merciless enemy ss well as a friend. This time the Marne their floods into, the' s'wollen paters of the Seine, uatil the fatter spread to. mqra than double Ha ordinary width and attained the speed of a mill race. Vast and irresistible, it flooded miles of streets, full...
SYDNEY. Sydney, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 5 March 1910
SYDNEY. '.?-'?;.? - Sydney, March 4. .'Local apples to-day went ij'p.. to 10s a case ; Tasma.niari Alex anders, 5s to 6s 6d a case ;. rip- stones, 4s to 5s 6d a case ; cod lins, 3s to 3s 6d a case ; pears, 3s 6d to 8s a case ; peaches, 4s to lls a case ; passion fruit up to 7s a case ; tomatoes (Tasmanian), .3s to 4s a case.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE METHODS FOR PAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 5 March 1910
GHRiSTtAN SGIENGE METHODS FOR PAiN. An inquest was hold at Chelsea on January 19 with rcferenco to tho death of John Robert Donne, formerly a Cap tain in tho Dragoon Guards and a Christion, Scientist. ?.-?'? . The widow said ? her lato husband liad suffered from Jocomotor ataxy, but liticl' not ? bee/r sijeji bv a doctor, for eight years as T10 'had beenH a ' Ohris'- uiuu t3uj.e111.iiu. kjii i'liuiiy- evening, as ho 'was in great pain, she telephoned to a doctor, hut her husband objected, saying ha would prefer to see Mrs. Braithwatte, his 'healer;.'? Mrs. Je'ssio Braithwaite, a Christian Science praotitioncr, said sho had at ?sivo£i udaos .ioj oiuioq; iireq.tTtJO p»puac( Her treatment was a form of prayer, and sho was paid one guinea a week. The Covo per : S-- Christian Scientists pay for' priiye'r— whai they can get from a clergyman for nbthino;. - Pr, Spilsbury said 'if tho deceased gentleman had boen under medical treatment during *hfl~ wholo t)f 'his ill— inst-anca, aseasiclo h...
MAIL TABLE. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 5 March 1910
MAIL TABLE. '. INWARDS. tTditeSJKingdcmj, Continent of Europe, India, to-morro~r. Australian States, to-morrow, per Oonah. ? Now Zealand, to-morrow per Warrimoo. K.S.W. (direct), to-morrow per Paloona. South Africa, to-day, per Rimutaka, OUTWARDS. United Kingdom, India, Tuesday 7 a.m . Australian States, to-morrow 2 p.m. 2few Zealand, to-day, per Rimutaka. Mont* Video, Chili, Rio de Janeiro, Buenos, Ayres, (supplementary), to-day.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 5 March 1910
HUON PROPERTY EXCHA.NGE. If you wish Ho- BUY OR RENT 0 Property; apply to. us. If you wish to gE^L; QR LET a Property PAit it in our hands. At tho present moment we have for Sale or Rental, a large number of First Class Properties. Further particulars from ROBERT HARVEY, . . Huon Property Exchange^ Port Cygnet. . . . ? ' . MR. ALi;X, J; CLARK Begs to NOTIFY THE INHABITANTS OF THE HUQH DISTRICTS thathehasOPENED A BRANCH OF HIS WELL-KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT AS UNDERTAKER under the supervision of Mr. GEORGE STANLEY, of- HUONVILLE, who will undertake all orders entrusted to his care. Direct communication is established be tween Hobart and Huonville Q$c%, which ensures promptness. ALEX. J. CLAJRK , Undertaker, 1fi8 and 170 Collins-street. ? 'elections! T71 E D E R A L ELECTIONS D ? The Hon. tho Federal Attorney-Genera (SENATOR GLYNN) and MR. W. J. McWILLIAMS, M.H.R., Will Address the Electors as under- — FRANKLIN— MONDAY, March \ at 8 p.m. PORT CYGNET— TJFB8BAY, March 8, at 8 p.rn. CJHiy WRIG...
AN ALARMING EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 5 March 1910
Afi AL,ARM!NG' EXPEI5JeMGE.: , Pririco Henry of the Netherlands, Qucon'-Wilhelmina's Consort, who met with an alarming carriage accident the other day,, has before experienced a very similar adventure. Driving out with the ijue'en one 'day (says ''IvLA.-P.'),' their carriage was striick by an electric tram-car, . driven against a post,- and had three wheels torn off. - TjimVilv. noi+.iioT nf +.lir» T?/^-u-_ al occupants, was hurt; but ' it* 'was 'a very near. thing. ? ;?;'?': During the last few months Prince Henry has greatly gained in popular ity among the Dutch people. This, of course, ,is duo to the birth of tho lit^ tie1 Princess Juliana.' Before her ar rival, tho Queen's husband was by no means a favourite, and many - stories wero afloat concerning his 'harsh treat ment of Her -? Majesty. As a matter of fact, there, was no truth in' these rumours, and those who are intimate with the Court life at the Hague have always spoken very 'highly of the Prince's conduct. Queen Wilholmi...