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USEFUL RECIPES [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910
USEFUL RECIPES ? ; ? ^ ? - Orange Brandy.— Peel half a dozen large ' Seville oranges, or three sweet and three Seville, if preferred. Kemove the thick, white pith, put the peel into a' pan poasosaing a closely-fitting cover, add the strained juice from, the fruit, close, and leave for ahout three days. Pour in two quarts of brandv. cover down, and leave for the same length of time. Add a pound and a half of small loaf ougar if ?Seville oranges alone have been used, or twenty ounces if the fruit was mixed. Leave again for three ? days. Strain through chemists' filtering paper, bottle, and cork down tightly. . This liquor should be made at the beginning of February, and left for at least six months before use. It- improves greatly with keeping. Stuffed eggs.— Boil as many eggs as you will require for about ten minutes. Lay them in fresh water until they are quite cold. Eemove the shell, cut the eggs exactly in half, take out the yolks without breaking the whites in any way. and put th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910
^ ^ ^m^'^^^11 ? .-? —7 THREE IMPORTANT ITEMS, . ': RELIABLE WATCHES. RELIABLE JEWELLERY! »»^^s*^^:%.-.---- -.-.- --?? :-- RELIABLE SPEOTACLE8. ? ? - ,-,? To those liring outside the City especially, the Watohes and Spectacles are of ^reaf importance. The Butterfield Lever Watch at 20/- is known favorably all ? ~ over Tasmania. The same can be said of my reputation as an Optician in correct or, iag: all errors of Defective Eyesight. ' . ' '' ! : A. BUTTEBFIELD, JEWELLER AND OPTICIAN, 101 ELIZABETH STREET, HOB ART. IaTmacrow & sons v - n Proprietary Ltd. O@iKipl®te H@ms® Furnishers. ' ^i -|-H E HEAPEST HOUSE IN HOBART FOR jFurnlt tir© Furniture Pianos Pianos Pianos PSionograpiis Phonograph's Phonographs '. PIANOS, Small Deposit, 5/ Weekly. .' t' i ' A '''???-?? ? _^ If not convenient to pay cash, we will give you 12 months - f~. JF\ credit for 2/ in the £ extra on our cash prices. . '7' V ; ' '.?'?' ( y^m) WE COMFORTABLY FURNISH 3 ROOMS FOR £17 10/ ^,. ;. VO/ CASH, OR £19 5/ W...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910
We 6uai*anf ee . ????:????? .That by shopping with us YOU SAVE TIME AND MONEY, and also gain ?_;,..-.. ; satisfaction. r .'- -^Qn an orders for £1 and upward, accom - r':, -panied with payment, we will prepay r, it-' , ' steamer freight. nr' ;, Our goods landed on your wharf will '; '-'-'' -! cost no more than the lowest city prices. ' '.,-.. .. - WE ARE COMPLETE HOUSE FUR NISHERS. The Newest and most up . - ? to-date goods always on hand. r '??'? Scarr's Happy Homo Store, ^. r '' ELIZABETH STREET, HOBART. :?'?'? Births, Marriages, Deaths ' Advertisements under these headings v;' - are published at 3s per insertion. Every V. ':?? 'notice forinsertion must be authenticated .. ' ? , : and bear the- name and- address of the ?' ...... sender. v; . BUSINESS NOTICES. i% TITR. ALEX. T. CLARK -:?;??? ]yL Begs to :- NOTIFY THE INHABITANTS OF THE - - -HUON DISTRICTS that he has OPENED ' A BRANCH OF HIS WELL-KNOWN ' ?-' ESTABLISHMENT AS UNDERTAKER ?-?;? under the supervision of Mr. GEORGE :vh ...
SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910
!-???- SHIPPING. ' ' :' The s.s. Paloona left Hobart yes^rday ? passage. ; , The s.s. Manuka from the.Bluff is due *t Hobart to-moraow morning, and will at.r°.Tlr -hnurs after arrival for Mel sail ** w — ?bourne. . , Thess Westralia, from Sydney, is due ^Hobrrtto-morrow She will saU on the return passage at WU a.m. 'Tuesday next. : ,. .
BULGARIA NROMANCE A DIPLOMATIC ELOPEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910
BULGARIA NROMANCE A DIPLOMATIC ELOPEMENT. Great interest is felt in diplomatic circles both in Sofia and Vienna in a romantic love affair that has termin ated in a runaway match (wired the Vienna correspondent pf the 'Daily Telegraph' on January 10). The Bulgarian Prime Minister, Dimi trij Petkoff, who was assassinated three years ago in bona, left a widow and a daughter. The latter is not only widely known for her beauty.but is the heiress to a fortune of some £40,000. Under these circumstances, it will be readily understood that suitors were npfc want ing. Frau Petkoff, however, refused all offers on behalf of her daughter.as she had already promised her in mar riage to a young dentist. The young lady had, however, quite different plans. She had met the Secre tary of the Bulgarian Ministry at Rome, Dr. K.awaroff, some time before. They had become mutually attached, and finally betrothed. This was done with out the knowledge or eensenfc of the mother or other relatives. Meanwhile F...
LOVETT. COURT OF REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910
LOVETT. '.C.PPET OF BEQUESTS. A- sitting of the Lovett Court of Requests were held before) Mr. Commis sioner Wise,, yesterday, when several cases were disposed of. Kilmartin v. T. Cowan :-» This was a claim for £30 alleged to be the balance of an account owing by the defendant. SJr. E. J. O'Beirn appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. W. Hodgman (Messrs. Ewing, Hodgman and Seager) for the defendant. Ii was shown in evidenoe that- receipts were held for £18 for which no credit had beec given, and by consent the case was adjourned with a view to tee parties coming to a settlement. . Devereux v. T. Cowan and Sons :— In. this case, Dexereux proceeded against T. Cowan, senior, and his four sons, for the recovery oj £60 claimed to be money borrowed for the pnrpqse. of an alleged parlnerseip. Mr. A. Frankcomb appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. W. Hodgman for the defendants. After hearing evidence, a verdict was taken by consent against T. Cowan, sen., and T. Cowan, junr., for' £70, full paym...
£3000 JEWEL ROBBERY. ATTEMPT TO BLOW OPEN A SAFE. HOLE THROUGH A FLOOR. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910
£3000 JEWEL ROBBERY. ATTEMPT TO BLOW OPEN A SAFE. . HOLE THROUGH A FLOOR. A daring burglary was perpetrated recently at Messrs Saqui and Law rence's, jewellers, Strand, 'W.C., the thieves getting away with a large num ber of articlts of jewellery valued at £3000. The shop was exceptionally well protected. In various places there were wires connected with electric alarms, but those wore all found cut through, and the alarms were wrecked, appar ently out or spite. In making their es cape the burglars forced open a door in the basement at the rear, on which the following words were painted :- -'Cau- tion to trespassers: BEWARE OF FATAL ELEC TRICITY.' On the manager opening the shop 'he found the floor littered with empty jewellery cases and ring pads. An ex amination by the police showed that the robbers, who must have secreted them selves somewhere in the building, had forced their way into the cellar. They then cut a hole 2ft square in the ceiling. This' gave them access to the offic...
MATTERS POLITICAL. NATIONALISATION OF THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910
MATTERS POLITICAL. NATIONALISATION OF THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC.' ' Things political are very quiet, the liveliest thing in this regard being the Parliamentary Debat ing Society, which is held fort nightly at the manse. At the last meeting .' The Nationalisa tion of the Liquor Traffic' was debated. This question waB opened in the affirmative by the hon. member for the 'Four Foot,' Mr Bennett (the hon. member evi dently having this title assigned him, not because his con stituents are only four feet in stature, but by reason of the road in that locality under this name). The Rev. Ball (hon. member for Churchyard) opened in the nega tive, and after a willing go,;in- which the Hon. Speaker (Mr Mulligan) gave plenty of latitude, the question was decided in the negative by a two to one majority. The next meeting is to beheld on Tuesday .week, when 'Women's Suffrage' will be considered.
"AN AMERICAN TRIUMPH.' "AN AMERICAN TRIUMPH." [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910
'AN AMERICAN TRIUMPH.' 'AN AMERICAN TRIUMPH.' Miss Marjorie Gould, whose engage ment to Mr Anthony Drexelj jun., of Philadelphia, is formally announced, is to-day paying the penalty which fash ionable New York papers invariably ex act from an American heiress of great wealth and beauty on the eve of iier marriage (cabled the New York corres pondent of the 'Daily Telegraph' on January 19). ? Miss Marjorie is the daughter of Mr and Mrs George Gould, and granddaughter of the fabulously rich railway king and pioneer Jay Gould. Mr Drexel is the son of An thony Drexel, of the well-known Amoii can banking firm. Both families are os well-known socially in London as in New York. Mr Anthony Drexel is only 22 years of age, and has for some time been employed as a clerk in the Philadelphia banking establishment founded by his grandfather. ? It is recalled by the newspapers that Miss Marjorie Gould and Miss Mar getta Drexel, sister of her fiance, lif.ve been 'engaged' at least in print, to more ...
INSTRUMENT OF TORTURE INSTRUMENT OF TORTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910
INSTRUMENT OF TORTURE INSTRUMENT OF TORTURE. An old coster woman, who looked as though she had had her share of the world's hard knocks, hastily unwrap ped a newspaper parcel at the West minster Police Court on Tuesday, said 'Lloyd's Weekly News,' on January 23, and a hob.-najlfid boot fell out on the usher. ..The magistrate was not quite pure that he saw the significance' of the little drama, and asked what it meant. Then it came put that the boot was a special exhibit, impounded because it was the weapon her lord and mas ter beat her with. 'I am black and blue all over,' she said. The husband was a Covent Garden porter, and the boot was borrowed and brought to the Court whilst he was at home in bed asleep. 'Has he got another pair of boots?' asked the magistrate. 'No, he hasn't; but I have reason to know he has got the fellow one to this, answered the applicant, signifi cantly. The Magistrate: Then if he should happen to wan£ to go out while you are here, it will lead to further r...
WESTERN AUSTRALIA. INDIAN PRINCE MISSING FROM R.M'S. MONGOLIA. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910
WESTERN AUSTRALIA. INDIAN PRINCE MISSING FROM R.M'S. MONGOLIA, On.- the arrival of the R.M.S. Mongolia at Perth last week it was learned that a mysterious fatality had occurred on the voyage from Colombo. His Royal Highness the Nawab of Radhan pur, one of the Indian' tributary princes, was the victim. He had been, ordered to take a trip to Australia because of a severe attack of paralysis. The prince soon be^an to feel the effects of the change, and improved con siderably, ' On the' '. nigfyt gf February. 25, however, he was left: sitting on the promenade deck, apparently quite well. He ha« not been seen since. His Royal Highness was barely 25 years of age, and was educated in England. . .
MAMMOTH RAILWAY SCHEME. ONE STATE TO BORROW £20,000,000. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910
MAMMOTH RAILWAY . SCHEME. ONE STATE TO BORROW ..:....;: £20,000,000. The Farmers' and Settlers' Association at Wagga have earned a resolution for submis sion to the annual conference in favor of the Government borrow ing £20,000.000 for railway con struction and duplicatiou of lines, all the land revenue, excepting that for settlement-purchase areas, to be £set aside for paying interest and redeeming loans as they fall due. . ' ? Another resolution carried by the associatiqn w^s in favor of the limitation of areas, to prevent the aggregation of large estates, no person already holding a living area to be permitted to acquire more land by transfer or' pur chase of any kind.
GEEVESTON. CHOPPING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910
GEEVESTON. . CHOPPING MATCH. A chopping match took place at . Surges Bay on Saturday be tween Arthur Clark and Bruce Eaves. The match proved a very exciting one, three blows only separating the men at the finish. Eaoh side had their strong supporters, and it is re ported a fair amount of money changed hands over the result.
HINTS TO ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910
HINTS TO ELECTORS. .. Electors should note. that the Hare system does not apply to federal elections. For the Senate the electo.rmust vote for three candidaies by placing a cross hi the square opposite the names, If more or 1ms than three are) voted 'for the paper is invalid. v t , . j ]£or the House of Representa tivet. the elector will vote by placing a cross opposite the name of th« candidate he desires to see elected. Figures must not be used, nor must any name be struck; out.
FEDERAL ELECTIONS. MR W, J. MCWILLIAMS AT FRANKLIN. THE FINANCIAL AGREEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910
FEDERAL ELECTIONS. - ?? ? ? 1^^^— — MR W, J. MCWILLIAMS AT FRANKLIN. THE FINANCIAL AGREE MENT. Despite unpropitious weather conditions, a large number of electors attended at the Franklin Town Hall on Monday evening to hear an address by Mr W. J. McWilliams, M.H.R., in support of his candidature for the Frank lin seat in the Federal Parlia ment. Mr Richard Hill, sen., pre sided, and briefly introduced the candidate. Mr McWilliams, who was cor dially received, . first apologised for the unavoidable absence, of the Federal Attorney-General (Senator Glynn), expressing his regret at the fact that those pre sent had been deprived of the pleasure of hearing him. He (the speaker), however, was deter mined that they should not be altogether disappointed, and had, therefore, motored through from Hobart to address the meeting himself. (Applause.) Passing on, Mr McWilliams said he had no cause for complaint because he was being opposed. The object of the dissolution was to allow the electors a...
MR ROOSEVELT'S DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910
MR ROOSEVELT'S DISCOVERY. A new animal has been discovered in British East Africa by the Smithsonian African Scientific Expedition, 'which, under the leadership of Mr Roosevelt, has been in that region securing specimens of fauna and flora for the National Museum of this city since late last April (cabled the Washington cor respondent ot the 'Daily Telegraph on January 10) This new animal, the fiist announcement of whose discovery was made at the Smithsonian Institution to day, is a hitherto unknown species of otocyon, to which officials of the scien tific organisation have given the specific name of vcrgatus. It is a small carn ivorous mammal closely resemtjling a fos. The Otocyon Vergatue is generally buff in colour, and it has been found by Mr Gerrit Miller, of the imiseum staff, to differ slightly from Otocyon Megalotis, which is found farther south in Africa, especially in colour and in the characteristics #of its teeth and skull. The otocyon is peculiar to Africa, and is not r...
Inter-State Items. NEW SOUTH WALES. MURDER CHARGE. TRIAL IN GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910
Inter-State Items. ?., ? , ?' ? ; ? . '♦' ' / NEW SOUTH WALES. MURDER CHARGE. ' TRIAL IN GERMANY. Several witnesses are to go to Germany in connection with the trial of Wilhelm Gerlach for the murder of \ Frank Coleman at -Duiigog.r Gerlach shipped on the steamer Apolda at Sydney as a fireman, and was arrested by the German officials on the arrival of that vessel at Suez. Ho was subsequently taken to Ger many. A treaty between Great Britain and Germany provides that no. German subject should be given up to. be tried by British, law.
NOTORIOUS RECEIVER CAPTURED. HAUL OF GOLD INGOTS AT A GEM SETTER'S HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 9 March 1910
NOTORIOUS RECEIVER CAPTURED. HAUL OF GOLD INGOTS AT A GEM ^SETTER'S HOUSE. In capturing a gem-setter named Henry. Wilkins, the Bir mingham police laid by the heels one of the most notable criminals in the M.i.diands, a man who had been trading in the proceeds of burglaries in a wholesale manner, and at whose house considerable property and plant were seized. Wilkins was tried at the' Bir mingham Quarter Sessions on January 27 with receiving a quantity of plate and jewellery. He was also charged, with a baker named Joseph Samuel Brooks, with being concerned in several burglaries. Mr Hirst (for the prosecution) said that it was one of the worst cases of receiving stolen pro perty that had ever been known in Birmingham, and the' influenoe of Wilkine on the crime of the city must have been enormous. In the house was found an elaborate set of apparatus for melting metal, ana tne ponce also discovered an extraordinary number of articles of jewellery, and gold and silver ingots to the valu...