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WEST MELBOURNE TRAGEDY. VICTIM OF JEALOUSY. VERDICT OF INSANITY. MELBOURNE, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910

WEST MELBOURNE TRAGEDY. ? -. ? ?♦— ? VICTIM OF JEALOUSY. ? - . /' VERDICT OF INSANITY. Melbourne, Maroh 8. The.inquestonthe body of Mrs Day, who set fire to her residence in West Melbourne sorne. d^ys ago^and subsequently committed suicide, was concluded yester day. Details of the tragedy were published in the last issue of the ' Huon Timon ' It was stated in evidence that the woman left a letter, in which she stated that her action was due to jealousy of her Bister, to whom she alleged that Day (her husband) paid attention. Day denied the allegation, but he has now been dismissed from the force, which he entered under his brother's name, being two years over the statutory age. The Coroner found that the woman was insane.

Publication Title: Huon Times
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HOBART FRUIT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910

HOBART FRUIT MARKET. Messrs Eoberts and Co. Ltd., report as follows : — At our fruit sale on Friday, we submitted a large catalogue of l;200 cases and 240 half-cases, before a full attendance of the trade. The demand for all quality Consignments was good at late rates, especially coloured lines. Early culinary varieties are plentiful, and Bold at fair rates, whilst small and inferior are cheap. We had an excellent lot of pears forward, and these sold at extreme values. We cleared practically all our cata logue, at the following fprices : — COP, 4s to 4s 6d, RP, easier; choice to 4s 2d, good 3s 6d to 3s 2d, medium to 3s 6d, seconds to 4s 6d. NYP, best brands 4s 3d to ss 5d, good 4s, medium to 3s lOd, 9econds to 3s. FC, to 3s 8d. GP o 3s 4d. Alfristons to 3s 2d. L, in S, fair to 4s 6d. Alexanders well coloured, several large lots 4s to 4s 7d, medium 3s 6d, off eolour about 3s. Jonathans to 4s 3d. MC, 2s to 2s 7d. PA to 3s 6d. WPM to 5s 2d; odd cases of choice coloured to 6s. VPM to 4s...

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SYDNEY. SYDNEY. March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910

SYDNEY. SYDNEY. March 8. In the fruit market to-day Tas manian Alexanders, colored, re alised from 5s to 5s 6d a case ; others, 4s to 5s 6d ; codlins, 3s to 3s 6d ; pears, Tasmanian C.B., 10s ; Williams', 8s ; pluniB, 3s to 6s ; peaches, 3s to 11s.

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Latest Cables. MAINLAND FRUIT MARKETS. MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE, March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910

Latest Cables. ... . , .—♦ ? MAINLAND FRUIT MARKETS. MELBOURNE. Melbourne, March 8. Peaches to-day realised 3s to 8s a case ; pears, 3s to 7s; apples, eating, 4s to 6s ; tomatoes, 2s to 3s ; plums, 2s to 4s.

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WHAT THE PROFITS ARE. DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF CONTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910

WHAT THE PROFITS ARE. DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF CONTRACT. ? In the1 London Sheriffs' Court, yes terday (December 11), before Under Shoriif Burchell and a special jury, the case of Mower v. tho 11. J. Christy Safety Razor Co. came on for hearing. The action had been brought by Mr. George Augustus Mower, of Queen Vic toria street, City, who sought to re cover from the defendant company. who trade at Fremont, Ohio, United States of America, damages for breach of contract, and the case had been re mitted from the High Court for the as sessment of damages, judgment having been allowed to go by default. The Hon. M. Macnaghton was counsel for the plaintiff; there was no appearance for the defendant. ? # Mr. Macnaghton said his client car Tied on an extensive business in this country, and the defendants were an -auiunuuii company lormea oy Mr. it. J. Christy for tho purpose of exploit ing the patents which had been taken out for the manufacture of a safety razor. Mr. Christy was a gentleman of ...

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MAIL TABLE. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910

MAIL TABLE.; . , ir''-''' '''''''' INWARDS. UditedlEirigdom, Continent ot Europe, ' -.- OONeaizealand,to-morrpwperMatn,ka ' ? KSW. (direct), to-morrow Per Westrala South. Africa, 17inst., per Ionic OUTWARDS. ^--AuBtxaliatLBtatea, to-morrow, ?^^tfew Zealand, Friday, 11a.m. f^o^^^rjcanada.and, U.S.A., Saturday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910

I The Great House For The Best Value. i AND THE LARGEST ASSORTMENTS IN THE STATE OF 1 ?? Men's and f§©y§5 O'QthftftSi - 1 ?- ; -????? IS UNQUESTIONABLY * 1 Brownell Bros., Ltd., Hohart. 1 100-108 LIVERPOOL STREET. 1 Order from our Shopping-by-Poit Guide, and Fashion Catalogue and shop by Letter Post if you can't find time to make a Ifwrsonal call. We pay Freight on all Orders with the exception of heavy goods, such as Furniture, etc. Orders received through the Post are a« carefully and faithfully attended to as if you yourself gave them verbally to an attendant in the Store. :f)ur Country Order Business is the largest in the State. Country Customers buy on the same advantageous terms as our large lown Clientele. SHOP AT OVERELL'S. ' W JlL.JL Jr Because he's the one to give value for your money. He ] -' wants your trade, and, as a special inducement to the , people of the Huon district to see the value he gives, he is ' offering to pay freight on all goods purchased from him ,j duri...

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THE COMMERCE ACT. AN AMENDMENT REQUIRED. A SERIOUS QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910

THE COMMERCE ACT. ? : ? ^ ? AN AMENDMENT REQUIRED. A SERIOUS QUESTION. A radic.al defect in the Commerce Act was forcibly brought to JigM last weok during the loading of the White Star liner Suevic, which called here for l'ruit for the English markets. The steamer carried some 48,000 cast' s from this port, and in compliance with 'sound' or 'unsound,' according to their condition. Amongst the consign ments was one of somo 160 cases for warded by a dealer in the city. ' They were in an absolutely rotten condition, in fact, so bad were they that samples were detained, and forwarded to the Government Entomologist. All the con signment was affected v-*ry badly with black spot and bitter pit; they were un fit for even pigs. And yet the inspector was helpless — he had no power under the Act to prevent their export,, and thus the good name hitherto hold by Tasmania in the fruit world can be act ually ruined by the express {-.auction cf the law. It is a serious matter, and one wh:.-_h requi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910

Honesty in . - Trading. ' Ts'6uR:W0TTbA^D THE SECRET OF OUR SUCCESS. You can shop by Post with us, and get as much Satisfaction as if you called. —We catch every Steamer, Train or :'r Coach. We give the greatest possible . value obtainable and retain our Cus tomers by so doing. Try. us for your next Social and Dance. '? /-FOOD SPECIALISTS. ? J10 Liverpool-street Hobart, '-?- ? THE '???' v V: HM©ift Times* WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1810,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910

WOEZERS* POLITICAL LEAGUE FRANKLIN. A Meeting under the auspices of tho above league will be held in the Town hall Franklin, on Thursday evening ne.xt, when the Rev. Father' Graham and M^ D. J. O'Keefe will address the meeting. ' W. MICHAEL, . . Sec, W.P.L. To Fr u if g rowers. BART ALLEN, BELMORE MARKET ' -. SYDNEY. ' ' V V '' WHOLESALE FRUIT -MERCHANT AND COMMISSION AGENT^LSO * grower; Is prepared to receive Consignments for bale on Commission: Account Sales re mitted weekly, and top Market Prices . guaranteed for all fruits. ^Ir^' Nt '*;Uen -w- at present visiting the Huon and will be pleased to inter! view Orchardists to solicit Consignments 94 COLLINS STREET G.H.TRAPPES&CO. PROPERTY BROKERS. Having eommen«ed business at the above ' address we will be pleased to interview clients, and have a fine range of proper ties to offer;. also Money to Lend on Melbouroe press waxed enthu siastic over . lectures delivered mSS», a8t week by Bi8h0?

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THE DRINK HABIT. AN ANTI-"SHOUTING" LEAGUE. THE PREMIER'S SUGGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910

THE DRINK HABIT. AN ANTI-'8HOUTINC' LEAGUE. THE PREMIER'S SUGGESTION. 'If there were less 'shouting' tliere .vquld be considerably less drinking,' remarked the Premier, in the course of an address to a gathering of the Vic torian Band of Hope Union at the In dependent Hall last night, says Fri day's 'Age.' Mr.' Murray went on to suggest the formation of an anti ? 'snouting' league, to combat what he termed a pernicious practice. Refer ring to the absence of Mr Judkins,he said he was aware what a 'dashing, flashing, slashing, vigorous orator*' thai gentleman was. Mr. Judkins was the kind of men the temperance party required. Therp was a great difference ' between drinking and the defence of drink. The drunkard was very often the' man who recognised drink as his greatest . enemy. But there were the champions of the liquor traffic who, though they might not be classified as drunkards, were perhaps more dangerous on that account. (Hear, hear.) They held up the traf fic as a great legiti...

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LONDON FRUIT SHIPMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910

LONDON FBUIT SHIPMENTS. FOR consummate audacity it would be hard to excel the state whichthe Melbourne 'Age' of Saturday last credits the Vic torian Minister of Agrictulture ?with making concerning the cool storage space taken up by Tae manian fruitgrowers in ocean going steamers. It appears that wnen large consignments of fruit are shipped in these vessels, as was the case with the Suevic last week, butter shipments from Vic toria have to be curtailed. This, it seems, rather riles the authori ties of the sister State, who, it would appear, regard it as pre sumptuous for Tasmanian grow ers to fill space -that might pos sibly be required when the vessel reaches Melbourne should butter arivals happen to be heavy. The paragraph dealing with the matter commences with impudent refer ence to the quality of Tasmanian fruit, in which the writer dis plays a pitiable ignorance regard ing his subject, and continues as follows ; — ' The Minister of Agriculture statad yesterday that' it was a us...

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CASTAWAYS ON DESERT ISLAND. SHIPWRECKED MARINERS LIVE ON MOSSES AND SHELLFISH. GRIM DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910

CASTAWAYS ON DESERT ISLAND. SHIPWRECKED MARINERS LIVE ON -MOSSES AND SHELLFISH. GRIM DISCOVERY. An extraordinary series of mis fertunes ending in shipwreck was told on January 30 when the sur vivors of the London sailing vessel Deccan were landed at Liverpool by the Pacific liner Orcoma. The Deccan, a ship of 1,636 tons, left Port Talbot with a cargo of coal last August. She was bound for South America, and had on board a crew of twenty-seven. . Not many weeks had passed before the first of a series of mis fortune overtook the vessel, for when she was. near Cap© Horn the master, Captain Parnell, was taken ill. His symptoms de veloped, and he was put ashore at Port Stanley, subsequently returning to his home at Port madoc, where, shortly after arriving, he died; When the vessel was preparing to put out to sea again fire broke out, and the greatest difficulty was experienced, in subduing it. When at last the ship was able to proceed on her voyage she en countered seas of tremendous vi...

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Current Topics. APPLE PACKING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910

Current Topics. APPLE PACKING. According to reports from the mainland, it is being represented there that cork dust is just as good! a material for packing fruit as wood shavings. A day or two ago a representative of a cork-outting firm waited upon the Minister of Agriculture in that State, and submitted a sample of the material referred to. It was not new to the Minis ter, who said he had used it himself for packing fruit, and had obtained the best re sults. Some pleasure appears to have been caused by this an nouncement, inasmuch as the cork dust is available locally, whereas the wood-wool at pre sent used has to be imported.

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BILLIARD ROOM LICENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910

BILLIARD ROOM LICENSE. An application was received from Mr Lord of the. Kermandie Hotel for a billiard room license, It was decided to grant the application conditionally upon certain improvements being made in tae appointruenta of the room, ??

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WORKER'S POLITICAL LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910

WORKER'S POLITICAL LEAGUE. ' V A meeting of the Franklin Branch of the T.W.P.L. was held at the'Town Hall on Thursday. The, president (Mr W. P. O'Callaghan) was in the chair' Several ne-sy members -were enrolled. The PjesidanV said that' ft would be be verj gratifying to Mr. J. Earle M.H.A., to know that the branch he had opened syme few weeks aKohadmaHo such strides, Mr. Cuthbert tendered his resignation as Secretary, having accepted a position ?which precludes him from giving the necessary attention to the office. A vote of thanks was passed in appreciation of the democratic sentiments expressed in Mr. Cuthbert's letter, in which he also wished the Labour cause success. ?The following officers were elected ?— Vice-president, Mr. J. Priest : sepretarv %, -^itfia»H Miqhatil; auaitors,MesgrV Jam«(s HinbUey' and Gua White. It'was and the' following comnuttQa, -will super' vise the, arrangements ??^Messrs.* 'g' Mansfield, j. Norr-is, E. Mansfield' V. Stahsfield, and'A. Qrigga,' ' Mr. A...

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FRANKLIN BRASS BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910

FBANKLIN BRASS BAND. A conference of the membors of the Franklin Brass Band, and the members of the outside committee was held in the Band room on Satnrday evening last. '-There were present : Messrs. G. Batchelor (Chairman),' E1 McMullen. W. Allen, 'H.Allen, C. Walker, L. Hay, F. O'Beirne, C, Bratt, C. Frieman, G. Freeman, A.- Clark, John Linnell, L. Cummings, and W. McMullen. An apology was rpinoivfid for the absence of Mr. W. J Thomas. On the motion of Mr. John McMullen, seconded by Mr. J. Wicks, it was decided that application bs called through four newspapers in Hobart, Launceston, North West Coast, and the West Coast, for a bandmaster to reside at Franklin and take charge of ^ho band at a salary of £60 a year. It was further resolved that the whole band and inbmbersof the outside qommittee have power to deal with the applications received. The names of Messrs. E. G, Frieman, Strang, and John Rowe, were added to the outside committee.

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Geeveston Police Court. BAD LANGUAGE. DEFENDANT FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910

Geeveston Police Court. : . BAD LANGUAGE. ; DEFENDANT FINEdT'* At the Geeveston Police Court on Thursday last P. Cashman and Thomas Swinton were charged with using bad language on the public road. The defen dants pleaded not guilty. In the case of Swinton Con stable Hutton, who proseeuted, asked that the hearing of the charge be adjourned sine die. The application was granted. Cashman pleaded not guilty, but was convicted on the evi dence of the arresting constable, who. stated that the defendant and a number of other men, after leaving the Kermandie Hotel, used indecent language in the roadway. He was certain that Cashman was one of those who made use of the language. .-? : The defendant was ordered to pay a fine of 10s, with costs, in default of payment seven days' imprisonment.

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IRRIGATION IN VICTORIA. A PROLIFIC ORCHARD. MELBOURNE, Thnrsday. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910

IRRIGATION IN VICTORIA. A PROLIFIC ORCHARD, From our Special Correspondent. Melbourne. Thnrsdav. During an official trip to the northern area of Victoria of a party led by Mr E.Mead, the Chairman of the Water Commis mission, many examples of what has been accomplished by irriga tion were seen. According to the published reports of the trip, the orcnara ot Mr Donald Macdonald, in the Cohuna area, was perhaps the most striking. This orchard is not in the Mallee district as the term is geographically under stood, but, nevertheless, the stunted tree, and all the other characteristics of the Mallee country are on the roads and in the paddocks adjoining. Despite the abundant harvests that have been taken from the Mallee in recent years, the name is still to many a synonym for a parched and inhospitable soil and dreary and uninviting scenes. To all such an hour in the glorious luxuriance of Mr Macdonald's garden would be a revelation before which the most sceptical would be converted. Mr M...

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GREAT CROYDON FIRE. MYSTERIOUS OUTBREAK DOES DAMAGE TO THE EXTENT OF £20,000. WARNED BY CYCLIST. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910

GREAT CROYDON FIRE. MYSTERIOUS OUTBREAK DOES DAMAGE TO THE EXTENT OF £20,000. WARNED BY CYCLIST. Damage to the extent of nearly £20,000 was caused on recently by a fire at 'South End, Croy don, on the premises of Messrs. Smith, Crotch and Co., Limited, printers and publishers, and proprietors of the 'Croydon Chronicle.'- ? The firemen were first notified by Mr William Taphouse, book ing-office clerk at Bromley Rail way Station. He lives at South Croydon, and was cycling home after late duty, when his atten tion was directed to the fire'T)y a man who had just discovered it. Taphouse rode immediately to the Croydon fire station, a mile or so away. He arrived in an exhausted condition, and pulled the fire alarm bell, and a fireman, who responded to the call, found him in a state of collapse. He was just able to ex claim Fire, Smith and Crotch ; place well alight.' Tjhe fife engines were at once despatched to the fire, and later Taphouse mounted his machine and rode away. It was not unt...

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