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Inter-State Items. VICTORIA. A FOLLOWER OF SOCIALISM "NO OCCASION TO WORK." [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 5 March 1910

Inter-State Items. VICTORIA. A FOLLOWER OF SOCIALISM - ' 'NO OCCASION 'TO WORK.' At Collingwood Police Court on Wednesday William Co aiel lan, a stout built man of about 28 years, was charged with having insufficient means of sup port. Accused denied the offence, stating that he had a comfort-. able home, and, as he put it, 'there was plenty of money about.' Sergeant Murphy said the. mother of accused wanted to give, him in charge for trespa'ss, ? as he. had created a disturbance at the home ; but it was deemed advisable to pfefar the vagrancy charge, as accused had not worked for years. ?? He put in much, time at Socialistic meet- : V, ings. Last Saturday accused . declined to get out of bed at 10 a.m., and a brother threw water over him, which gave rise .to the disturbance. ;- ? Mary Connellan, mother of accused, who was an unwilling witness, said he was her eldest ? : ;; son. He would not work, and had not done so for years. Two -; of his . younger .brothers worked hard, and ofte...

Publication Title: Huon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
RESTITUTION OF CONJUGAL BIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 5 March 1910

RESTITUTION OF CONJUGAL RIGHTS .: ?''''? in t]jo London Divorce CJourt: Mr. Bayford, counsel for Mrs. Choston, ex plained tliat she married Mr. Geoffrey Lionel Packard ? Clicston (wlio.so posi tion was not stated) on December Hj 1393, at St. Ramos's, Piccadilly. After file marriago they lived togstjier m Sioane- street on happy terms.. On- ono occasion Mrs Clwston' forgavo her hus band for his conduct with a lady.^Sub seouontlv tlirv went to iivo at To3ig liara. ' In October last she went to London to meet her Im-band, wlio jin.d been, absent for some tiurj. O31 ar rival in town sTi-o found n. note from him fiiT/inr; Uo would not bn present, and then received certnvi information, upon which sho returned to Tong.-iam, and fliere loarirfa iliat ])0 had gone av.\?y. S3io wrote to Ir'ja epvoi-kI kt t'-i-s and finally, on Noveiiibor ' 8, in: .?avlv 'she rocciv-nd the following, dated November 11: 'My dsai- May,— I -have rocov/ed yc-nr- letter, and havo thor cu'vhly ct.nsidorod the situat...

Publication Title: Huon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FATE OF THE "430." [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 5 March 1910

FTilH O^-JllZ 'HQ2.' According to tho 'Washington corres pondents, -s^mo''. resentment- is felt in the .'legislative and diplomatic capital that commercial New York, with its '400' .Upper Ton,' as you would say in England, (y/ired , tho: J\cw. York cor respondent of tho ' 'Daily Telegraph' ' on Janua'ry2), should 'have' for to loni'' k time 'dominated things ' socially.,, and there is now a vary- ' definite jaBvo ? afoot in Washington with the object of es tablishing a new society, called ' 'The Assembly Set,' which will comprise all that is best socially in the great cities of New York- Philadelphia, and Washington, and which will, to a large extent, 'knock tlio stuffing' out of the pride1, . power and prestige of Now York doilardom. ' 'The Assembly Set ' will bs form ed by a process of fusion', which wjll largely 'eliminate the historic '400,'-' but they will still comprise all those socially elect upon whom tho lato Mrs John- Jacob .Astor, of Now York, set her social seal. -Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Huon Times
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AN ELOQUENT BOOT. PRODUCED AS INSTRUMENT OF TORTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 5 March 1910

VAN ELdaUEKT PRODUCED AS INSTURMENT OF TORTURE. An old coster woman, who looked as though she had had her share of the world's hard knocks, hastily unwrapped a newspaper parcel' at London police court re cently, and a hob-nailed boot fell out on tha usher. -? The magistrate wap not quite sure that he saw the significance of the little drama, and asked what it meant: . . . Then' it came out that the boot was a special exhibit, impounded because it was the weapon her lord and master beat her with. 'I am. black and blue all over.' she said. ' The , husband ? was a Covent Garden porter, and Ihe boot was borrowed and brought to the court whilst he was in bed asleep. ? :V: ?'.?''' ; 'Has lie ' got anothor pair of boots T'.aokad ..'the 'magistrate. . \' No, ho has not ; but I ha reason, to know that he has got ?the fellow to this,' answered the applicant, significantly.. : . - ' The Magistrate': Then if he should ?happ.eh-to' want to .go: out while you are lioro it will 'lead to further ru...

Publication Title: Huon Times
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ENCOURAGING IMMIGRATION TRAINING FARMS IN TASMANIA. A COMMENDABLE SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 5 March 1910

;. : IMMiaHATIO^ TRAINING FARMS IN TASMANIA. ' A COMMENDABLE SCHEME. 'The Agent-General for Tas mania (Dr. McCall) in his report to the State Government, devotes. a large portion ofhla' remarks, to. the 'question ? of- encouraging im mi!Trat.!ftn i-r- T'lomm-ii-i Thio i-n his belief io one of: the most vital questions of the day, do far as this State is concerned, and lie gives ittheprominence.it deserves. In the course of his report he says.:— ' ' . . ? .: ; ; , '?'?'. _ 'The need of fresh blood to develop and clof end the , island is not seriously- 'ques/tibned. ' The necessity, of fresh blood is also a necessity : f rorif''- a ? 'physiological standpoint; Iriter-mamag.es' with: relatives . is- doing^for5 Tadmaliia' what they have. done. for many villages 'in. Suffolky Sussex,-, and other parts of Great Britain. ? : In the near approach, of .a .-great; ' trade' war young meii1 6i ?. sturdy build and. of good character are worth more, than money, andto-a State threatened with, such...

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ISSUE OF WRITS. DIRECTIONS TO VOTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 5 March 1910

ISSUE OF WRITS. ? DIRECTIONS TO VOTERS. The issue has now been made of the various, writs, in connection with the Federal elections. Writs for the election of mem bers to the House of Representa tives have beenissuedto divisional returning officers by His Ex cellency the Governor-General. They are divided among the States as follows :— Statg . Members. New South Wales... '7... 27 Victoria.,. ...-„.... 23... Queensland' ?..;. ''.?.„, ; ... '-. 9 South Australia .,.';.., 7 . ; ;?? Western AustraKa, -'., ..,: ' 5 v ;;. Tasmania ,...'. ..... ,;:;l: 5 . ! Total v;.'. -;.v; .-.:.;.' 75 -? The -writs in .'eonnes^ipri with ths tvro refereridums to be decided in connection with the . Federal Election . have also been issued. The referendum papers to be submitted. to the electors . consist of copies of the proposed laws and the consequenttextual alterations in the constitution. On the ballot-paper for the referendum on -the Financial' Agreement Bill the question is asked : — '?.Do you approve...

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FEDERAL ELECTIONS. ADDRESSES AT FRANLLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 5 March 1910

FEDERAL ELECTIONS. ADDRESSES AT .FRAN.LLIN. The, electors ef Franklin are promised an unusual intellectual treat; on Monday evening next, when the ; Federal Attorney Generar (Senator Glynn), who will ;be accompanied by Mr W. «. — --^ ^ it 1114M1UM) iriii uuil vci all address on Federal politics in the Franklin Town Hall. Sena tor Glyniii who is one of Aus tralia's most eminent barristers, is also an eloquent speaker and an able politician. Mr McWil liams will also deliver an address in support of his candidature for the Franklin seat in the House of Representatives. ??-.-. ?¥?' .- ' . ' ;

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FROM RACE TRACK TO GUILLOTINE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 5 March 1910

FROM RACE TRACK TO ; 'GUILLOTINE. -. Through one of the perverse freaks of life a bicycle rider will | soon be called upon to kill one of the best friends he ever possessed; (says an exchange). Not that he desires to take the life of a former friend and companion, Dut he will he. r.nmnfilWl «a n! matter of duty, to do so. And thereupon hangs one of the most dramatic of tales. It has just come out that Otto Meyer, one of the most prominent sprinters in Europe, is the chief executioner for Germany, and this office carries with it a fat salary, for it; is not a job that everyone wants. The Paris papers are full' of the matter, and they predict ? that Meyer's life will not be safe now that it is known that he is one whom the. Government has selected to serve the ends of jus tice. It appears that consider able odium is attached to the position ? in Germany, .as is also the case in France, At any raie,- he papers, state that Otto Meyer is the official executioneer, and that -he will be ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 5 March 1910

BUSDTESS'M)TICESr ' '''''' ' IF YOU WANT . Solid W«aiis® : YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO NEGLECT THIS OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE, THE BARGAINS WE OFFER BELOW. Our Great Firing * ' Out S.aEe. . IS NOW ON WRITE US NOW, . ?'_?'? BEST& CO., THE POPULAR DRAPERS, ELIZABETH STREET, HOBART. For Men we have Colonial Tweed Sac Suits, at 19/6. Regular Price 25/. ? Fashion Shirts at 2/11 each, that were 4/11, these are Fancy Striped Shirts and are very new. Strong Working Shirts, at 1/3, 1/6, 1/9. Heavy Denim Trousers, at 1/ pair, that were 2/6. SEND CASH WITH ORDERS. Smart Ties at 3 for 1/. ^ ? ? '?-?? Boys Boater Hats, 10H each. Serge Caps 6d. Boys Braces 4Hd. Norfolk Suits, strongly made durable Tweeds, for Boys at 8/6. Our Clothing Department is full to over flowing with Bargains, you cannot afford to pass. We specially Cater for the Young Ladies ' ? at this Great Sale.- ? .;.??:.- Ready to wear Hats, 2/6 and 2/11. Worth twice the money. Navy Serge Coats and Skirts, 13/6. These are Specially Chea...

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EIGHT-OARED TEST RACE. THE FINAL SELECTION. DEPARTURE OF HUON OARSMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 5 March 1910

?-EIGHT-OARED-.. TEST RACE. THE FINAL SELECTION. DEPARTURE'. O# '' HTJON ' : ? ?-: oarsmen. ;. ?'.-_. The erew that is to represent Southern- Tasmania in the iNbrtb. v. South test race to be rowed on the Dei-went on Saturday, 19th inst., has now been definitely chosen. It is as follows :— i', vuvoiuuiu v»uiuu.e;, vv. ixeeanaiu (7/,'AJE. G. EonhYfiJ]- (6),,.F. Easton (5), P. Wicks $)v5f-m&§ .(3};-;J;. Phillips ©, G. 'MoVitiy (dow). . ^ijwggncies ; W. Man'gan, C. ShcppgrcjL ' ' ' ' '' ' ' The crew is thus representative of these clubs. The Derweut club has the strongest representa tion, . providing; four mgn, while of the remaining four 'members, three come from the Huon, and the stroke from SandyjBay, ? On Tuesday last, Phillips took his departure from Franklinr to join the ;-?few,' and th§ Wicks brothers followed; on Thursday. Tlie.prew will go. into graining injiijcuiauoxj' ciu nut; 1/BiWoilli.XvUW ing sheds, until a week bef6re the great race, when, it is understood, they ...

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LATE AT CHURCH. MILLIONAIRES REBUKED FROM PULPIT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 5 March 1910

LATE- AT 'CHURCH. MILLIONAIBES REBUKED ' FROM PULPIT'. A score or more of New York millionaires, including Mi' Pier pont Morgan, were recently lectured by the Rev. Hugh Birk head, rector of St. George's Episcopal Church, New York, recently for arriving late for Divine service. The congrega tion of this church rank's ' as the richest in the rn&tropoljK Mounting the pulpit, the rector (says the ' Mail ' correspondent) scannod the array of . wealthy worshippers with a disapproving eye. Then, leaning forward, he observed, severely : ' When I entered this church one minute before eleven o'clock not half the seats were filled. It is irreverent of you not to be in time. You should remember that eleven o'clock on Sunday morning is an in future that you will bear this in mind;' The rector followed this rebuke by a scathing sermon on 'Exclusive Christianity.' . ' I have been examining the pay rolls,' he said, ' ot some of our great mills, and I find that the wages are too low.' There ...

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Personal [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 5 March 1910

[?] A large number; of., the ad herents of .the Congregational Church bade farewell to Rev. and Mrs S. Bennett ,'in the _ Franklin .Congregational Church on Thurs day evening. Several, farewell addresses (which are reported in anotner column; were delivered, and Mr Bennett was presented with a purse of sovereigns from the members of the Franklin and Wattle Grove churches. The numerous friends o} Mr A. Harvey, son of Mr Robert Harvey, will be pleasgd to . learn that he is well on the way to re covery, Mr Harvey has been seriously indisposed for some weekB past, but is now reported to ba cenvalesoent, /: Dr. George Wade, M.D., of the Edinburgh University, has taken up his residence at Lovett, where he intends 'to practice his profes sion. ' ''''

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 5 March 1910

AT C. S. MARSH'S, Huonville, you can get your Drapery, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, and Groceries at Town' Prices for Cash. ...;..; ....-:,;?;.-:, OS. MARSH'S for Best. Bread, ? Birthday Cakes, Wedding Cakes, £»d Small Goods, . . ? ?? /. !,mjv;-. -.-?.-

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WISDOM'S WAY [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 5 March 1910

WISDOM'S WAY On the 9th April,' 1908, Mr. H. M. i Chamberlain, then council clerk at Pen guin, effected an Endowment Assurance in the National Mutual Life Association of Australasia Limited on hislifej for £200, payable at age 47, or.previous death. On the 5th May, 1908 (less than one month later), he assured fora further sum of £500, payable at death only (also in the National Mutual). On the 12th May, 1909, Mr. Chamber lain died after a very shortillneas. . Two (2) Years' Premiums only were paid on both the above Policies. This Association has paid to the representatives of Mr. Chamberlain's widow, the £700 to which she was en titled under the above Policies. _';'. .. ;? ;,? These facts are published with, the Special Consent of Mrs. Chamberlain, who ?writes : — ' My. husband's thoughtfulness in affecting the cover on his life fur nished an excellent example of the benefits of Life Assurance.' , . '. Surely no better illustration is necessary to prove the wisdora and the advantage...

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TWO FOREIGN MINISTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 5 March 1910

TWO FOREIGN MINISTERS. Count Lamsdorff and Count Wittc shared Kuropatkin's views, but there were two .-., foreign Ministers- in Russia at tho time — ' tho of ficial Minister, Count Lamsdorff, and the secret one, tha, t of Abaza, BescbrazofE,. aud Co.' Matters wont -so jar tiiai; Aoaza, unicnown to uoum Lamsdorff, entered into relations v.ifci) the Powers, gave instructions to Alcx eiff, and sent instructions to the Rus sian, diplomatic representatives , at Po ?kin;'Tokib, arid Seoul. This' Abaza tele graphed as follows: — 'On behalf v of his Imperial Majesty,. Hear Admiral -A,bas53 to the Secretary of State Besobrazbff :at' Port Arthur. The Emperor command? you to keep in visit- that His Majesty has definitely decided to allow tlio Ja panese completely to taico possession of Korea, perhaps even as far as the fron tier of our concession at Tumon-ula tov: wardn the north', and tho frontier of our; concession at Yalu towards the east. This may only be communicated to Ja pan after our t...

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HOW RUSSIA IRRITATED JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 5 March 1910

MOW RUSSIA IRRITATED JAP&W The 'Monde Illustre,' a ?weekly jour nal/to-day (3aid a 'Central News'1 tola gram from Paris on January 7) pub lishes an extraordinary article signed by M. Georges fc-ilber, a friend and col laborator of 'ill. Vladimir 13ourtzoft',the weli-Kncwn xlussnin revolutionary, wiio has lately made many startling revela tions in regard to the alleged machina tions' of the Russian secret po lice. In the articlo in question M. Siibcr profsrsos to give the world the secret history of the outbreak of war between Russia and Japan, 'for ever the sad dest and most humiliating page of llus sian history,' and to 'enow that tho opening of hostilities was brought about with guilty folly and 'inconceivable hoedlcssnoss b3r the camarilla of the 'Czar and by the Czar himself. The writer claims to have been fur nished with a number of ultra-secret documents by M. BourtaofT,to have had access to a secret report by _ Count Lampdorff , and to have gleaned import ant informat...

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REY. S. BENNETT AGAIN FARE WELLED. SOCIAL AT FRANKLIN CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. PRESENTATION OE PURSE OF SOVEREIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 5 March 1910

REV. S. BENNETT AGAIN FAREWELLED.       SOCIAL AT FRANKLIN CON- GREGATIONAL CHURCH. PRESENTATION OF PURSE OF SOVEREIGNS. A large and representative gathering of the adherents of the church assembled at the Frank- lin Congregational Church on Thursday night to bid farewell to Rev. S. Bennett, who leaves the district on Monday next to a ssume charge of a pastorate in               New South Wales. Mr N. Barnett presided, and among those present were : — Rev. G. W. Sharp, representing the Congregational Union : Rev. R. Felstead, pastor. Mr O.   Geeves, senior deacon. Mr R. Geeves, secretary of the Con- gregational Church at Geeveston, and many other prominent mem- bers of the church from all parts of the district. The proceedings having been opened with prayer, The Chairman, on behalf of the people of the Franklin pastorate, expressed his sense ...

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IMPORTANT DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910

: IMPORTANT DECISION. ; 1 A. decision1 of great importance ail trade unionists was given in: Appeal Court, London, recently,; connection with the appeal of '? James Russell against the Amah1 ated Society of Carpenters and 5 ers. In 1904 the 'husband of 'the! pellant, James Russell, was atW by a brain trouble, and becoming tally incapacitated, was entitled! sick benefit under the rules of the oiety, or, alternatively, to superan1' won Denent. The society continued Pay sick pay to Russell until Auf 24, 1904, on which daj Russell '* removed to St. Panoras Infirmary,: afterwards was removed to a hul asylum. Russell died in Novenf 1907, without making any nominal The plaintiff brought the action f.? declaration that Russell was entl to superannuation benefit from Au| 24, 1004, and that the plaintiff'! entitled to receive the money,- or I Russell died entitled to moneys reta^ and accunralated by the society, - that the plaintiff was entitled toi money. [ Mr Justice Phillimore held that i ...

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BISHOP MERCER IN MELBOURNE AN ENTHUSIASTIC PRE[?] THEOSOPHISTS PLUSTERED. MELBOURNE. Saturd[?] [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910

BISHOP MERCEI IN MELBOURNE) AN ENTHUSIASTIC PEEf 1 , THEOSOPHISTS FLUS J TERED. I (From our Melbourne Correspl dent.) * : MELBOUENE. Satnrd The Bishop of Tasmania 1 provided the. papers and ?' people with matter for tal matter which they wanted v\ badly for politics are absbrbi just enough attention to dest:j interest in the every day routi and not enough to prevent ( grumbling that ' there is noth in the papers.' ' Argus,' ' Ag 'oioiu, uavo reported, im viewed, and criticised Dr. Mer-? as they are not in the habiti doing any one of theSe things the case of an ordinary BisK who is left to the tender mere! of the youngest reporter : the staff, and dismissed in a p! agraph or two. His talk about I subconscious mind and the tri- of the medium flustered ?' Spiritualists and Theosophi- and in the papers of to-c (Saturday), several high prie of the spooks and mahatn advertise replies to the Bis!' to be delivered in their reaped places of meeting to-morrow. I In; his lecture at the Char Ho...

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BRIEF FACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910

BRIEF FACTS, The ram that commenced to fall on Monday and continued all yesterday was general through out the State. Nowhere was it more welcome that in the Huon district. Mr W. J. Me Williams, M.H.R,, addressed a meeting of electors in the Franklin Town Hall on Monday night. Despite the boisterous weather, there was a jargc' attendance, and the speaker ffaa cordially received, ?35 ' ?'?-?? -... The Hobart Carnival had a successful termination on Satur day. The race meeting at Elwick ?was very largely attended. The weather was delightful, the racing interesting, and the specu lation brisk. The anniversary of the Geeves ton Congregational Church will be celebrated on Wednesday, 23rd inst. The tourists who visited Hobart to attend the Carnival there are now returning to the mainland in large numbers. The demand for accommodation on every outgoing steamer is very heavy. Several cases tried at the Lovett Court of Requests yesterday before Mr. Commis sioner Wise. Work at the Geeveston Mi...

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