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SOUTH FRANKLIN SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910

SOUTH -FRANKLIN: SPORTS. I- - ? ? _ : -??? | , -A.11 that is now required to - ? make the South Franklin sports ?- i to-day one of the finest meetings ._ - of. its kind-cheld jn the State is - i the, favorable patronage of the : ' ; clerk of .the weather. The pro; . gramm%--in - s€---faT as the prize niunuy one ring- rqr tne several events is concerned, excels a~ny*' ' thing- ;? submitted * previously :in any part of the State, and it is : not supris.ing,. therefore, that it . has. attracted a large number of-* - * the most . distinguished per formers in pedestrian and chop .ping circles. -The acceptances ? - ? received 'indicate that every event will . be. well contested ; . and, furthermore, in view of the -''' class of. men competing,: ithat-1 '-- patrons of the meeting will bev treated to a day's sport that 'will' ' - Surpass anything seen, not only- - on the £!outh Franklin ground, but at any similar gathering^ held in Tasmania hithertjq. \For some weeks past a number of men ha...

Publication Title: Huon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
MAIL TABLE. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910

MAIL TABLE. . ? INWARDS. TJditedJCingdom, Continent of Europe, India, to-morrow morning. Australian States, ' to-morrow, per Oonah. N.S.W. (direct), to-morrow, - per i Paloona. Bouth Africa, ,to-morrow, per Ionic. NewZealand,. to-morrow, perUlimaroa/ U.SJL and Canada, 27th inst. OUTWARDS. U.K., India, Tuesday, 7 a.m. ' Australian States, to-morrow, per ' Ulimaroa. New Zealand,. North Island, to-morrow, per.Ionic ; both Islands, Friday, 11 a.m. 'Monte Vidia, Chili, Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Ayres, Friday, 11 a.m. South Africa, 23nd inst. U,S.A, apd panada, 9th pros, TniS IHhiioini Times. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 16, . 1910.

Publication Title: Huon Times
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DEFAULTING RATEPAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910

DEFAULTING RATEPAYERS: ' * — Walter Drysdale/and George ' ' Walsh were charged with failing 3 to pay overdue rates. Thejr failed * to appear. . , The . Police Ma^is- -- ?*-.?--£?' trata . gave a verdict against '* them, with costs, in default dis tress tO iSSUe. ? ' ' .

Publication Title: Huon Times
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DEVELOPING THE FRUIT INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910

DEVELOPING THE FRUIT INDUSTRY. PERHAPS there is no question to day 'which more vitally , concerns the people of the Huon than the development of the fruit industry. In reoent years there has been a remarkable increase throughout Australia in the area of land used for the growing of various fruits, and an export trade that is grow ing with amazing rapadity . it being built up ; but, unfortunately for the industry, there is a large section of the growers who do not, or will not, realise that it is only by complete co-operation on their part that the best results i can be obtained. There are im- 1 portant associations in many of the fruitgrowing districts of Australia, but though they are naturally in sympathy there is yet lacking that complete organ-, isation-and cohesion which, as we have pointed out in these columns before, would ensure them the respect and attention their numerical strength and importance entitle them to re ceive. In times quite recent it has been demonstrated- mor...

Publication Title: Huon Times
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STRAY CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910

STRAY CATTLE. - '-w George x R-?eve, Annie ,Rust, . % Allan Neal, A.^Fletcher, and Jas. Smith/ were charged- with allow ing cattle and horses to stray on the main road .-at Dover. Thev- - ' - *? :- ' ^ n M'i ~ ~ j ~ j ? -u',. - t « , ? ?*..?'???? cjii piociuwu guu-cy.,' ana were nned- ' from Is to 2s 6d -each, with costs, - * ? with the exception of James Smith, who, being a first offender, had a conviction recorded against : him. ? ? r .. f\*'' - - .

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Current Topics. WILL FRUITGROWERS HARKEN? [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910

Current Topics. WILL FRUITGROWERS HARKENT ? Several matters that vitally affect all interested in the fruit industry and demand their imme diate attention were discussed at Monday's meeting of the Huon Council. Most important among them was the unjustifiable stigma which is being cast upon the industry in certain quarters,! notably in Victoria, by the circu lation of statements that are as foundationless as they are puerile. Some are doubtless engendered i by the ' green monster,' emanat- 1 ing from individuals — - in one ! case from a Minister ' of the j Crown — who appear-to be under the 'pitiable delusion that by en deavoring to injure others with whom they are competing they might benefit themselves. Coun cillors expressed themselves in no uncertain tones concerning these foul and mercenary tactics, and decided upon action that should furnish ample- proof, v if it is required, of the : hollowness of the rascally assertions. 'But the 'discussion- 'goes .further. It shows beyond d...

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DOVER. LARCENY OF APPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910

' DO V-EIl. \ J J LARCENY 'OF. APPLES. Arthur -Powers, Thos. Daniels and Colman Lord appeared at the Dover Police. Court, on Friday, before Mr W. O. Wise. P.M., on a charge of stealing^aDples to the values of 15sj 'the property of Mr. .John Fishoy.-- Constable Liss-on prosecuted,. and all -three pleaded jsuilty. ? ?' u s3 Mr Fisher said that although !he felt they should ho-. punished because they, not only took the apples but. destroyed the trees to some extent ;he' would ask the magistrate' not to send them to ?CTfl.nl . : * - v:. - , Tha. Police Magistrate said that the law did not permit him to find them, and he was loath to ' . . ^ ?.send.y.oung fellows like' them to' gaol. He would, therefore, order ' V ' them . to come up for .fsentence - when called- upon, '?and 'to pay the valu.^ of the apples taken, viz., 15s.; :?????? '? ?

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IS THE TOMATO A FRUIT ? [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910

IS THE TOMATO A FRUIT ? This much debated question is s$ill unsettled. Some affirm it is a fruit, but it 'is always classed and treated as a vegetable. If a man' exhibited a -'dish of tomatos in a collection of fruit, he would stana a gooa cnance-oi'Demg. dis qualified, unless sonje special wording of the schedule admitted the inclusion, -because it is a matter-of gendral custom to class the tomato as a vegetable.;/ The experience of- a gentleman- who dined at a well-known restaurant in Sydney recently, leaves the question more in doubt than 'ever. Wishing, to partake, of some, tgjuatoqs,- but being- uncertain whethej* he would have to pay an additional 3d as the custom when ordering fruit,' he asked the waiter if they were fruit or vege table; Imagine Jus surprise when he received the reply: '^Nayther, sir ; them's hextras !-'

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POLICE COURTS. HYTHE. PEACE DISTURBERS FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910

POLICE ' COURTS. HY'THE. .. .- ?- ???♦; -j - t . PEACE '? DISTURBERS FINED. ? At the Hy the- Police Court on 'Thursday last, before Warden -}ackson$?Raymond Buries and Henry S&rewes ' were charged by Constable Hall, .with disturbing i the peace by fighting. Both, the defendrnts pleaded guilty, and were each fined 2s 6d, with costs I 5s. ' | ? |

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BITTER PIT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910

- BITTER PIT. In view of the prominence lately given to bitter pit (says an Exchange), it is * interesting to no$e that expedience. shows that elin?atic influence ha§ a good deal to do with this disease. , ? At-. tne same tm*e, it ysriu taice a tew years/ observation to say whether the theory is correct or not, Mr McAlpine the well-known vege table pathologist, recommends half a. bushel' of air-slacked lime to trees that were affected with fitter git, the lime to be spread evenly over the surface of the ground as far as branches ex tend. i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910

A. MACROW * SONS -Proprietary Ltd. Coiriptote House Furnishers. th e Cheapest house in hobart for Furniture* Pianos Phonographs Furniture Pianos Phonographs Furniture Pianos Phonographs ® CALL AND INSPECT OUR ... SADDLE ?AG 8UITES, £8 10/, LEATHER, £6 15/. PIANOS, 8mall Depo»it, 5/ Weekly. ' If not convenient to pay cash, we will give you 12 months ? credit for 2/ in the £ extra on our cash prices. A WE COMFORTABLY FURNISH 3 ROOMS FOR £17 10/ . V^^Sf ; : CASH. OR £19 5/ WITH 12 MONTHS' CREDIT. ^1 Edison Phonographs & Records. A \ I- Edison's latest invention, the Amberol Attachment, to play 4 minute Reoords, PRICE : STANDARD,. 25/-; HOME Wf ~ 1000 Records to Pick From. 70 LIVERPOOL STREET, HOBART. Sight tasted Free at Overell's City Fhumaoy. Perfected Fit Guaranteed. NOTICES. JOBBING DEPARTMENT. W« desire to inform our readers that we Are prepared to undertake all kinds ol Jobbing Work, and trust that the resi dents ©f the Huon District will accord us their support in this d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910

We Guarantee That by shopping with us YOU SAVE TIME AND MONET, and also gain satisfaction. On all orders for £1 and upward, accom -panied with payment, ' we will prepay steamer freight. ? ' Our goods landed on four wharf will cost no mofe than the lowest city prices. WE ARE GOMPLETE HOUSE FUR NISHERS. The Newest and most up to-date goeds always on hand. Soarr's Happy Home Store; ELIZABETH STREET, HOBART. Births/ Marriages, Deaths Advertisements under these headings are published at 3s per insertion. 'Every notice for insertion must be authenticated and bear the name and address of the ® sender. BIRTH. MEREDITH— On March 12, 1910, at the Glen, Margate, to Mr and Mrs C.G.Meredith; a son. 1 ' v* The RUBBBR STAfMP GO. 116 C0LLIN8 8TRE3ET. Supply Every Kind of Rubber Stamps, , Easy Sigm Markers, Inks, Pads, Figures, Linen Markers, Indelible and Quick Dry ? ing Inks, Ete. Country Orders promptly attended to by Post.- ' FRUIT MERCHANTS AND COM MISSION AGENTS. Telephone No. 3891. . ; ~ G. W...

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FRUIT STEAMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910

FRUIT STEAMERS. j The s.s. Sarpedon is expected to arrive \ at Hobart to-morrow. She will load for London and Liverpool. The R.M.8. Otranto (Orient line) and the 8.8. Somerset (F.H. and S. line) are uoin uue at nooarc on rriaay. The Aberdeen liner Pericles willl not now reach Hobart until Monday next, having gone liehind time in her running, i r-- '

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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910

SHIPPING, v ? The s.s. Weetralia 'left Hobart at 10.15 f).m. on Monday for Sydney. ? She took 10,728 . cases, and 11,246 half-cases of apples and pears, this being the largest shipment taken to the mainland this season. She is due to arrive at Sydney I to-night. The 8.8. Ulamaroa, from the Bluff, is due at Hobart to-morrow morning. She will- sail a few hours after arrival for. Melbourne. The s.s. Paloona left Sydney at midday yesterday for Hobart, where she is due to-morrow. She will sail at 9 p;m. on Monday on the return passage. The White Star liner Ionic, from Lon eon via Teneriffe, is due at Hobart to morrow. ' The barque Jessie Craig id due at Port 3Ssperance this month to load timber tor Melbourne. A barque, supposed to be the Solgraa, lound from Melbourne to Hobart, was reported off Eddystone on Sunday. After discharging at Hobart the Solgran will load timber at Port Esperance for New Zealand. The barque Gannymede, which is well known as a timber-carrier«.in the Huon, lias be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910

AT C. S. MARSH'S, Huonville, you - pan get your Drapery, Clothing, Boots and SJiqas and Grocerios at Town Prices for Cash. 94 COLLINS STREET. Gr. U, TJtAPPES & GO.; PROPERTY Having commenced business at the above address we will be pleased to interview clients, and hare a fine range of p;o pot- ties to offer ; al«o Money to Lend on real estate,

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HUON COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910

-HUON COUNCIL. ? tv1-' ? rr ? ? ? ? - - ' :l The', ordinary- meeting of. the' Huon Council was held . at. the ?Council. Chambors, 'Huonville;,! ;oir -Monday, there boing present : | -The Warden-(C;-Gr-Frankcomb),' I Counciliors ' -Talbot- Helmer. i Griffiths, Pftge,. Skinner, Reeve, Upchurch. Casey, and Heron. Apologies v/ere received for the absence of Councillors Ryan and Griggs, . - - ? ? On ; the motion of Councillor Griffiths., seconded by Councillor Reeve, it was decided ' that, legal proceedings be'taken against all those ratepayers defaulting, in she payment of -their- rates. The Warden , (Victoria), Coun cillors Pago /Woodstock), 'Casey (Franklin;,, and Griggs (Upper .Huon), were appointed -returning officers in connection with the approaching Council, election. The- Works .Committ ees in the different ? -wards were authorised to arrange - . for the - tanks and spouts, m -the schools throughout tho municipality being cleaned out where necessary. In view of the Council being...

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HEAVY FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910

HEAVY FLOODS. As, the ., result of the rain storms, the properties of many blockers near Murray-bridge were, inundated, and the occu piers sustained serious loss. T.he Government experimental farms fared worst of-all.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910

; . THREE IMPORTANT ITEMS., RELIABLE WATCHES. ' ' - - - A RELIABLE JEWELLERY ? ? - . J RELIABLE SPECTACLES. ' v To those living outside the City especially, the Watohes^an'd -Spectacles -af^'of great importance. The Butterfield ,Leyer Watch at 20/-- is known ' faVorabiy^all over. Tasmania: : -Tho same, can be s£iid:of- my' reputation- as an' Optician in correct' ':i- ? ? : ing all 'errors of Defective Eyesight. ? - ^ ^ p ..j; - , „ ? v - i -r' ' . : A. BUTTERFIELD. - -?.v. '?-; j . ? r \ : - 5 JEWELLER ??A^f-D: OPTICIAN, 101 ELIZABETH STREET, HOBART. . ^

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LOCAL OPTION POLLS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910

LOCAL. OPTION POLLS. The Executive Council on Tuesday last issued an order directing the taking of the local option soils in the districts of Adelaide, Kooringa, Narracoorte Onkaparinga, Orroroo, Peters burg, Strrthalbyn and Yetala.

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910

WESTERN AUTRALIA. Tn reply to a deputation from the House of Mercy, which asked for a maternity ward grant of £200, the Colonial Secretary (Mr Connolly) on Thursday said the Government would nav £2 2s for each emergency maternity case,] and 10s a week while being treated. No distinction would be made between married and single women. The RtM.S. Orsova, from Loftr don, landed 46 immigrants with a declared capital totalling £334.

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