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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 12 March 1910

Government Advertisement.- . HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVER NOR has approved of WEDNES DAY, the 16th. tnstant, being observed as a BANK HOLIDAY at Franklin and Huonville in connection with the South Franklin Sports. ' 1 G. BUTLER, ; Chief Secretary. 8th March, 191Q, ? | 'Photography. '? ? PHOTOS,; GROUPS ETC., TAKEN IN . ANY, PART .OF THE HUON. .? s ? ' ADDRESS : . E, KIN G,^ilOTOGRAPHER, Ranelagh. Tailoring ! Tailoring! Important Announcement A Few Special Patterns! Yes, and hundreds more to select from. NEW SEASON'S SAMPLES OF LATEST WOOLLENS, WORSTEDS, &c., FOR MEN'S AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING TO MEASURE, HAVE JUST ARRIVED, AND ARE AN EXCEEDINGLY FINE COLLECTION.- - A hearty invitation is given to anyb6dy to call and inspect. I also wish to assure you that I still retain the services of the same up-to-date firm of City Tailors, which is a guarantee that all work entrusted to them through me will be thoroughly satisfactory. For Clothing to Measure, you cannot possibly do better than s...

Publication Title: Huon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 12 March 1910

SHIPPING. The s.S. Westralia, frpm Sydney, ar rived at Hobart on Thursday, She will sail at 9 p.m. on Monday, on the return '' ^The^s-s. Manuka left Hobart at 5.10 p.m. on Thursday, for Melbourne, where she due this morning. The White Star Liner Ionic, from Lon don via Capetown, is due at Hobart on nvf .auiaauaj xxcav. The three-masted schooner Rooganah, bound from Port Huon to Fortescue there to complete her timber loading for G'eelong, was'reported off Wedge Island on Thursday evening. The s.s. Warrimoo from Melbourne ar rived at Hobart yesterday morning, and - ?? a. few hours late? continued her voyage lo New Zealand,;/- 'f.'X

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 12 March 1910

Feel Weary? It's your livor. Try Overell's Little Livor Pills, Is a bottle.

Publication Title: Huon Times
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THE FRUIT STEAMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 12 March 1910

THE FRUIT STEAMERS. The R.M.S. Moldavia from Sydney, arrived at Hobart yesterday morning, and. berthed at King's Pier, She is to ; '.load 12,150 cases apples for London and ' 'will sail hence via Ports this afternoon. The next of the special fruit steamers to call at Hobart, is the Aberdeen liner Pericles, due on Friday next. TTe Orient liner Otranto is due to arrive on the same day.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 12 March 1910

H onesty in . . Trading. '* _ IS OUR MOTTO AND THE SECRET ' OF OUR. SUCCESS. You can shop by Post with us, and got as rnUoh' Satisfaction as. if ' you called. We' catch every Steamer, Train or Coach. We' give the greatest possible value obtainable and retain our Cue* tomers by so doing. Try us for your next Social and Danes. ARMOL# FOOD SPECIALISTS. llOLiverpool-street Hobart. 'Tcailoein g. Wo are the Tailpis y^liq moy.e with tho . ' Times,' and' are, always abreast of th$ latest fashions, O'J' Jol- Sao Suit is an Eye Opener. Send for Samples apd Self-Measurement ? - Forms to DOWDING & PAUL, THE PREMIER TAILORS, 194 ELIZABETH 6Hv£/M, HOBARl

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MAIL TABLE. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 12 March 1910

MAIL TABLE. INW^ds. - | . UditedjKingdom, Conu.nent 01 Europe, India, Thursday morning. - v Australian States, Monday per Go.nali. South Africa, Thursday, per Ionic, ? NewZealand, Thursday, per Ulimaroa, ? U.S.A. and Canada, 24tli inst. ?? OUTWARDS. ?; U.K., India, Tuesday, 7 a.m. j Australian States, Tuesday, 7 a.m. JT.S.W. (direct), Monday, 7.30 p.m. ? ? (Queensland, Monday, 7 p.m. ^New Zealand, North Island, this day. .?Fiji, Honolulu, Vancouver, Canada, and ' 17, 8. A, } this day, -A '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 12 March 1910

The Great House For Th© Best¥a|ue. AND THE LARGEST ASSORTMENTS IK THE STATE OF armd! B©yss ©otMiagg IS UNQUESTIONABLY V BrowndB Bros,, Ltd., Hobart.' 100-108 LIVERPOOL STREET. Order from our Shopping-by-Post Guide, and Fashion Catalogue and shop by Letter Post if you can't find time to mako a ' ; personal call. Wo pay Freight on all Orders with tho exception of heavy goods, such an. Furniture, etc. Orders roeeived - ' ? 'through the Post are as carefully and faithfully attended to an if you yourself gave them verbally to an attendant in the Store. ? - -Our Country Order Business is tho largest in the State. Country Customers buy on tho same advantageous terms as our large town Clientele. , SHOP' AT: OVER ELL'S. I WHY? Because he's the one to give value for your money. He I ? wants your trade, and, as a special inducement to the people of tho Huon district to see the value lie gives, he is . * ?; offering to pay freight on all goods purchased from him during the present month. If you...

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THE ELECTORS' RESPONSIBILITY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 12 March 1910

THE ELECTORS' RESPON SIBILITY. A NOTE that should resound throughout the Franklin elec torate was struck by Mr W. J. McWilliams in his address on Monday evening last when .he said that no elector should fail to exercise his franchise on the 13th ? -L ? ? X7. XT ? 1 _ __ ? i ui ntJAu xixuiiiii — txie aay upon which the poll will be taken for. the .Federal election. At all times when called upon to do, so the elector should^ observe the re sponsibility he owes to the State in this regard, for it must be remembered that every person who fails to discharge that obligation must ine vitably streng then the position of the party opposing that to which he or she belongs, insomuch as every vote that -one side fails to record is the equivalent of an additional vote for their opponents. But true as this undoubtedly is a lament able apathy characterises a very large section of the electors. They regard the franchise as an encumbrance handed down to them by their forefathers to be used just when...

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The Intelligent Echo. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 12 March 1910

The Intelligent Echo. 'Echoes,' remarked a traveller re cently returned from a wonderful voy age, 'are queer things; Science has explained why there are echoes, but it can't tell why one should reverberate with bass toneB in response to a shrill tenor yell,1 while another reverses : this or responds naturally.' 'T reckon' v'mi've heerrt a numlwr n' echoes?' hazarded a young man whose farthest trip from home was less than fifty miles. 'Rather! I recall one in Switzer land; the echo rolled for just four seconds — no more, no less. Then there's one in the Pyrenees that jumps six times— first loud and harsh, then low and soft, then loud again, and so on. There's one in the western part of Germany that holds a full sentence of seven words before releasing a sound, thus rivalling a certain echo in Afghanistan, which doesn't repeat un til a minute and a-lialf has elapsed.' 'I'd like to hear a few of 'em,' said the young fellow, with a show of wist fulness. 'Of course you would,' responded ...

Publication Title: Huon Times
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 12 March 1910

Births, Marriages, Deaths Advertisements under these headings ire published at 3s per insertion. Every notice for insertion must be authenticated indbear the. name and address of the | * sender. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 12 March 1910

1 ' . We Guarantee 5 3 That by shopping with us i YOU SAVE TIME AND j MONEY, and also gain | - - satisfaction. s On all orders for CI and upward, accom panied with paymont, we will prepay steamer freight. ] Our goods landed on your wharf will 'post no mere than the lowest city prices. 1 WE ARE COMPLETE HOUSE FUR NISHERS. The Newest and most up Jo-date goods always on hand. i — o — \ I Soarr'9 Happy Home | Store; , j ELIZABETH STREET, HOBART.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 12 March 1910

THREE IMPORTANT ITEMS/, r.. ^ RELIABLE WATCHES. . ? . ? ? RELIABLE JEWELLERY^ ' ' RELIABLE SPECTACLES. , - - To those living outside the City especially, the Watohes and Spectacles are of groat importance. The Butterfieid Lever Watch at 20/- is known ^ favorably all ?over Tasmania. The same can be said of my reputation as an Optician in correct ing all errors of Defective Eyesight. - A. BUTTBEFIELB, ? JEWELLER A2TD OPTICIAN, 101 ELIZABETH STREET, HOBART. -A. MACROW & SONS Proprietary Ltd. ' Complete Eitioaese Fisraislser's. TH E HEAPEST HOUSE IN HOBART FOR Furniture Furniture Furniture Pianos Pianos Pianos Phonographs Pii€m®§§p-@piis Phonographs CALL AND INSPECT OUR ... SADDLE BAG SUITES, £8 10/, LEATHER, £6 15/. PIANOS, Small Deposit, 5/ Weekly. m , i If not convenient to pay cash, we will give you 12 months iSil credit for 2/ in the £ extra on our cash prices, f WE COMFORTABLY FURNISH 3 ROOMS FOR £17 10/ . yjjjy CASH, OR £19 5 1 WITH 12 MONTHS' CREDIT. ? \ \ i Edison Phono...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 12 March 1910

] WATSON BROS. (ELIZABETH ASD WARWICK STS. I - - — o— ? - MONUMENTAL MASONS. ] Granite, Marble, and Freestone Monu nents and Headitones in all Designs. | Inscriptions Engraved, j . Send for Designs and Prices. fJr M wBW — ? ? ? — _ The RUBBER STAMP CO. | 116 COLLINS STREET, r Supply Every Kind p^ Rubber Stamps, .-Jiasy Sign Marke^vflnkf^Pads, Figures, 'Linen Markers, Indelible ajid Quick Dry |ig Inks, Etc. ? country Orders promptly -attended to by | 'Post. . . 1 FRUIT MERCHANTS 'AND COM: . j ? .^'lSSIp;®ENTS. r ' ' ? ; telephone No. 8891. ] G. Woolf, WHOLESALE FRUIT MERCHANT I AND COMMISSION AGENT; | Head Qffica-- 1 WESTERN MARKET; Melbourne, j Branches: Jo. 12 QUEEN VICTORIA MARKET I -and j SOUTH MELBOURNE MARKET. I ? A Trial Respectfully Solicited. ? op Market Prices secured and prompt --[o sales rendered. ? Advances arranged, j if required, against consignments. References— The Leading Wholesale I Fruit Merchants, Hobart. ^Private Letter Box: No,692, G.P.O., Melbourne. ?i ' ? . ?...

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POULTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 12 March 1910

POULTRY NOTES. ? Don't forget that charcoal is a good bowel regulator, and should be fed occasionally to the young chicks. Too much stimulating food causes over egg production. The' result from such , a course will be poor hatches, weak chicks, and inferior stock. Feed breeding fowls judiciously. a iew pure-Drea iowis ana cocKer els of a good breed should be kept by every farmer for breeding purposes. Select whatever breed pleases ~ you, but don't expect eggs without feed. The poultryman's trade is practi cally at his door but he must inspire confidence in the hen.; just as the Government is now inspiring confi dence, in the people. Hens, like men, fail to co-operate when confidence is shattered. ' In all lines of stock-breeding suc cessful men will tell you that culling out had a lot to do with their success, and it is also true of poultry. The un fit bird has no right to live. No mat ter how pretty it is, if it is a sickly specimen and won't grow or lay eggs, it should be knocked ...

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Suspicious Motive. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 12 March 1910

Suspicious Motive. During a period of political agita tion a stranger arrived in Madgeburg, the German fortress, where, on ap plying to the authorities, he obtained a permit or ticket of residence. He had not been long in the town before he became aware that his steps were being dogged by a man in blue uni form. He bore it for days, but at last said to the spy: 'Sir, do you wish to drive me mad? Why do you pursue me in this way?' 'I am a detective, and my: instruc tions aje not to lose sight of you,' was the quiet answer. 'Why, what fkult have the police to find with me?' shouted the stran ger, in the greatest excitement. 'My passport is in order; here is my ticket of residence; I am a citizen of Ber lin. Why do you follow me about?' 'It states in your passport,' was the reply, 'that you were going to re side here for pleasure; it is the first time anyone came to reside in Madge burg for pleasure!' ! Guitars were introduced into Europe by the Spaniards, who obtained them from the Mo...

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A CLEVER SPY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 12 March 1910

A CLEVER SPY. The Duke of Wellington constantly employed the services of a spy, named Mullen, whose work was so success ful that the Duke had him handsomely rewarded when the war was over. Mullen was a man of marvellous cunning, coolness and resource. He could make up a disguise as effective- r ly as an actor, and change his voice and manner to suit the part he was personating. On one occasion Mullen entered the French camp disguised as . a pedlar, and sold cakes to the hungry troops, regaling them, meanwhile, with . ; - a. series of spicy anecdotes in their ; own tongue, which he could speak al most as fluently as. a native. While thus engaged, the wily spy was tak ing mental notes of all around him, , which a few days later he communica ted to Wellington. Mullen was captured by the French - one day, and would probably have met the fate meted out to men of his pro fession, but when the officers sent for him he was not to be found. Later on, a waggon containing the bodies of 12 'men...

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ROWING. THE TEST RA[?] SOUTHERN CREW WORK. HOBART, [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 12 March 1910

ROWING^ j THE TEST 11 Ai - ? ' ? . ? -; .- f . SOUTHERN CREW 1 WORK. ' j; HOBART, j Tho orew which is to re\ Southern Tasmania in the North 4 test race hasnow settled' in earnest to a thorough course o: , ing. Several changes have been ! in the ' places ' as originally fi; men now being seated as follov Easton (bow), W. E. Wicks 1 McVilly (3), P. H. Wicks (i Phillips (5). W. Needham (6U Bonniwell (7), F. Coverdale, (strok The crew are being coached j McEenzie, who takes tHem for ,' mile spin twice daily.- They ihavej wonderful improvement during t two or thre3 days. Their rate of s; is about 34, with a nice easy swl ward. Their catoh is quick and hs with a vigorous log drive, the bla) torn through the water. The fi good, and the hands come awai smartly, indeed the oarsmen shr provement in every particular. i The crew took to the racing- 1 Wednesday, after having a ?wee! practice eight, and they had n; slightest difficulty in sitting her,'' in itsolf, bespeaks oreditable form.! are t...

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MODERN APHORISMS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 12 March 1910

MODERN APHORISMS. Get up an hour late in the morning, and the day's work is two hours be hind. To know when to stop work and rest . - - is something many women have yet to learn. , The most difficult task ever pre sented to some people is tp mind their own Dusmess. t Everyone can try to be more pleas ing than they have ever been before. It is not easy to suppress those cle ver, sarcastic retorts that rise up on the lips. Men never grow enthusiastic over things that do not interest them, and what is more, they never pretend to, - '

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FEDERAL ELETIONS. LABOR MEETING. ADDRESS BY MR D. O'KEEFE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 12 March 1910

FEDERAL ELE . ' TIONS. f -. ... - . t; LABOR MEETING.) } ADDRESS BY MR D.; . O'KEEFE. 1; A largely-attended public meetii held in the Franklin Town Hall on*: day ni7ht, under the auspices! Franklin branch of the W[ Political League, addresses beij livered- by Father Grahain D. J. O'Keofe, and Mr W. Giblini President of the local branch (Mf O'Callaghan) occupied the chair. ' j -h.r~ r\*rr~~c~ j. _jj ? j j.x.J ivxi u xveeiu iiitib ctuure3aea yue, ing.' He spoke for nearly two hou referred' to the actions of the -1 Party in Victoria, as shown by thr recently sent put by 'Mr Humii secretary to the' Deakin Ministry : briefly touched upon the that tl; servatives at the last' Federal e| the old stories, about the ' marria; and ' the ' sanctity of the home) broken up by the Labor Party, a?' that they intended taking the ; from the people, and taxing thi farmer out of existence. He said1 unnecessary to waste time now r. to 3uch cries, because the peop' began to think for themselves. H. tione...

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A Letter-writing Stimulant. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 12 March 1910

A Letter-writing Stimulant. In the newly-published biography of - ?. ? ?.?-? Sir Wilfrid Lawson there is a crop of ... £ good stories. One of them refers to Sir Andrew Clark. ? ? -i, ' It is said that, when he recommend ed a patient to drink wine, the latter expitisaeu sumc outyiwc, iu& thought- Sir Andrew was a temper ance doctor, to which Clark replied: : 'Oh, wine does sometimes help you to get' through work. For instance, I have often twenty letters to answer after dinner, and a pint of champagne is a great help.' - 'Indeed,' said the patient; 'does a pint of champagne really help you to y ^ answer the twenty letters?' t 'No! no!' said Sir Andrew; 'but when I've had a pint of champagne I don't care a rap whether I answer y ... . them or not.'

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