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HUON TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910
HUON. TEACHERS' .? ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL MEETING. Tho Annual' meeting of the Seachors' Association, was held jn tho Franklin school on Saturday last. There were present : — Messrs Mulligan, J udd, Wright, Ross; Mesdamos : Mulligan and Ross j Misses : L. Tillack, Inches, Wright, Norman and Welch; -apyiogiliM. wsfp rgcsiveu irom several teachor3 unable to attend ?? The rotiring President — Mr J, A. Mulligan, in a brief address sketched tho work of the association for the past year. Ho urged upon the teachers tho desir ability of keeping in touch with one another, as in that v,'ay each one roceivod encouragoment, help, and suggestions ; which benofited him m his work. Ho touched upon the apoointment of Mr McCoy as Director ot Education, and felt suro that all would accord liim support and loyalty. (Hear, hear). ? He referred! in glowing torins to tho manner in which the duties of Secretary had been carried out by Mr Howard, who had latoly been i transferred to Karoola school. ? Tho follo...
DEATH SENTENCE CONFIRMED. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910
DEATH SENTENCE CON FIRMED. At a meeting of the Executive Council on Tuesday last, con sideration was given to a petition for the reprieve of John Robin son, now under sentence of death for the murder on 24th December of Robert Ownsworth in Moonta street, Adelaide. It was decided that the Council could see no reason to justify interference with the course of the law.
ESPERANCE COUNCIL. THE MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910
.ESPERANCE COUNCIL. THE MONTHLY MEETING. The usual monthly meeting of the Esperance Municipal Council was held on Saturday last. A copy of a circular received -from the Devonport Council with regard to the inspection of fruit had beon sent on to the Fruit Boards in the municipality for their opinion. Roplies were received showing a dmorence ox opinion regarding the proposal. Whereas South Huon and Surges Bay favored ? a single inspection by.. -the Federal authorities (the latter reserving the. right- ,to.: inspect any fruit sent-ipto thgrmunicigalitiesj^the Central Huoiv w^s aganfst a single inspection. It was resolved that thp replies be for warded to the Devonport Council, . ..A letter was read from Mr John Holme protesting against tho Couiynl-s decision recommending that some money that was to spent on Augusta-street be spent elsewhere. Counoillor Johnson gave notice of his intention to move at next meeting/ of the Council, — ' That the former motion relating to samo be re scinde...
Personal [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910
[?] Owing~to 'the indisposition; 6|. Rov'ir F. - B;' -Bethune no'!i ser-vice; was. held at St. John's Anglican Ohupji.^ori Sunday last. Mr 'BotliunQ'' is ''suffering from an avsacK oi: mnuenza, anci we are certain tho earnosfc wish of all residents- of these parts is that he will have; a speedy recovery, - . . '? ? . ? r'. ?? .V
PUNISHING A SCHOOLBOY. CRUELTY ALLEGED. COMPLAINT AGAINST A TEACHER. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910
PUNISHING A - SCHOOLBOY. | CRUELTY ALLEGED:-'- - COMPLAINT AGAINST-A-^. TEACHER. ? ^ '. The' local Board of Advice at its meeting on- Mondays last' con sidered. .a comiplainiv. received from Mr W. Cupit, of Franklin, m. which he alleged that* his boy h-ad'heen-cruQlly. .punished at the Franklin State sclioolf ?Mr Cupit wrote as-follow3 Ths, Chairman Qf. the Board of Advice, Huonville. Dear Sirp— - I would like to ask you if it is the right, thing for .Mr Ross, tha i .schoolmaster at Franklin, to' cane a boy until he leaves marks on him v/itli, tho blood running out. The marks- remained/ 'on.l the. boy for a -week.*, and I have partly .made , up my mind not- to Bend Martin Cupit, the boy who ?waa caned m this way, any riiore to the S,uate school while .ho (the ) present, head tssclier) i3 there. 1 1 think it ib a sliame, and I am i very sorry I did not put.it into! tne nana3 oi tne ponce at tne time. Hoping you will enquire into the matter and obligo,— Yours respectfully, W. CUPIT,' ...
DREDGING THE HUON. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910
DREDGING THE HUON. I At Monday's meeting of the Huon Municipal Council letters were read from the ? Minister of I ?Lands -(Hon. A. Hean) and the Hobart Marine Board relating' to i the dredging of the Huon River. I The Minister pointed out that the £300 voted by Parliament was voted conditionally upon the Marine Board or the Local Authority finding a like amount, and could not be expended unless that condition was complied with. ? The decision previously arrived at by the Council to ask .j for a -vote of £5000 next session in order that the work might bo: undertaken on- a more compre hensive scale was unanimously confirmed. This practically means that for-the time, being the matter will remain in abeyance. *
THE DISTRICT'S HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910
THE DISTRICT'S HEALTH. In referring to the health of the district in his report to the Huon Council on Monday, the Medical Officer of Health (Dr. Cummings) said that during the nuof m o*o o+-»»J /?» ~ — HUUUiDO UA all epidemic nature had been preva lent in all parts, probably owii]g to continued dry weather, but since the recent rain this is gradually subsiding. There have been no reports of cases of in fectious or other diseases.
GEEVESTON. SERIOUS ACCIDENT NARROWLY AVERTED MOTOR AND CYCLIST IN COLLISION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910
' GEEVESTON. SERIOUS ACCIDENT NAR ROWLY AVERTED. MOTOR AND 'CYCLIST IN COLLISION.' What might havo proved a -vesy serious accident occurred on the main road on Saturday between Geeveston and Surges Bay. A cyclist named Arthur ? Glark, when negotiating one.of .the -many acute bends that- are to be found in this road, suddenly mot a motor car. Both were travelling at a fair rate of speed only, but, by reason of the sharp turn above referred to, in many parts of the road it is not possible to see. more than a few yards ahead. In this instance neither of the parties to tho accident «aw each other until it waa too late to avoid collision. Clark's machine wa3 struck rather heavily by the car, but, for tunately,: he escaped with a severe shaking. ? ???'---
FRUIT SHIPMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910
. FRUIT SHIPMENTS, ' ' So far- as the Iiuon is- concerned; -the- current; week is likely to;be th,e 'howvidst'.i in the season. No less. than .vfour-Ocean i going steamers, are duo at Hobart,; to pick-up fruit for the English and other foreign markets. The total shipments will amount' to about 120,000- cases, the bulk ot: which will como from this dis trict. As an outcome of this' congestion of shipments? the sceno in almost all orchards of any dimensions, 'and- »m- tho. packing sheds m all parts of the Huon is one of exceptional activity. At Port Cygnet, Franklin, Huonville, and it might be said everywhere along the river where there is' a jetty, waggons; drays, and, other vehicles are arriving daily in a continuous stream, and . there transferring their 'cargoes' to the river steamers, for con veyance to the final port of shipment. The whole picture is a busy one, and pro vides splendid evidence: of the fertility of the Huon district, and its importance as a producing, centre. If ...
NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910
NEW ZEALAND. - The total exports for the twelve months ended 28th February were valued at £19,768,880, com pared with £14,928,999 fg? t^e previous twelve months^ ine directors oi the Kemp thorne Proser Drug Co. recom mend the payment of a dividend oj 7 per cent.
THE NEWMARKET MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910
THE NEWMARKET ; MURDER. Further investigations eoncern-i ing the tragedy which took place at Newmarket on Friday night, March 4, when John Wm. Ken nedy killed his wife and then committed suicide, shows that tne couple had lived a most un happy life. Mrs Kennedy had been supporting herself , by keep ing a boardidg. house, and Ken nedy, who was despondent by reason of the separation, had CbXDU V/UUUOiYOU XX JUiy&iY© IOr jealousy, which, however, does not appear to have been well founded. Kennedy fired a shot from his revolver through his wife's shoulder, and she. in fall ing struck her forehead heavily on the edge of a shoyel. He then shot himself. Which of the wounds caused the woman's death is not clear.
FEDERAL INSPECTION OF FRUIT. DISCUSSION AT HUON COUNCIL. THE KNOWN "DEVIL" PREFERRED. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910
FEDERAL INSPEC TION OF FRUIT DISCUSSION AT HUON /COUNCIL. THE KNOWN ' DEVIL ' ? . PREFERRED. ?The circular-letter received from the Warden of the Devonport Municipality [iast month, asking for the co-operation of I the Huon Council in an endeavour to obtain a unttorm federal inspection of all produce exported from Tasmania, was further discussed at the Monday's meet ing pi the Council. Councillor Griffiths, in opening the discussion, expressed the opinion that it would be preferable for the inspection to be carried out by the State, and moved : ' That this Council cannot see' its way clear to fall into line with any suggestion for the establishment of a system of Federal inspection.' Cr. Skinner seconded the motion. Warden Frankcomb said that no doubt they would be better. off with one Federal standard of inspection, but he ;did not feel disposed to'place the matter under the control of the Federal authorities. He contended that it would be better for the States to carry it out. Cr....
TWO MISSING MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910
TWO MISSING MEN. : The police have, received a re port from Rockhampton with reference to two missing men, Geo. Eccles and Wm. Weedon, who were reported month ago as lost on Keppel Islancf. Eccles has just been found at Port Clin ton. Weedon left on 1st March to travel to Yeppoon, but no tidings of him have yet been re ceived. . ?
QUEENSLAND. WATER CONSERVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910
/ ? - QUEENSLAND. WATER CONSERVATION, j Referring to Mr Elwood Mead's report on water conservation, the Premier, Mr Kidston. stated^yes terday that the conservation of water was a very important thing, but he doubted whether it would be wise to spend money in en deavouring to encourage irriga tion at a time when we were far removed 'from the stage of intense irrigation. The conservation of water which would best pay was that which would be a kind of insurance to farmers and dairy men and pastoralists against dry spells, A vast amount of valu able work might be undertaken without entering upon any scheme for the establishment of irrigation colonies. . '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910
? ? ? ? . ? ? ? ^ ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? : ? ? ? ; ? rr ? . .'.Tailoring j ^Tailoring 1 , \'-.l ' Important ' Anhpuncement ? ^ A Few Si^^cial Patterhis! Yes, and hundreds more to seleot ; ? 'from. - - - ?: NEW SEASON'S SAMPLES OF LATEST WOOLLENS, WORSTEDS, &c., t FOR MEN'S AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING TO MEASURE, HAVE JUST -' / :£ Z* '-Mv ARRIVED, AND ARE AN EXCEEDINGLY FINE COLLECTION. _ - A hearty invitation is given to anybody to call and inspect. SI -also wish tff 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 theto through me will be . vlt thoroughly- satisfactory. ' ; -- E For Clothing to Measure, you cannot possibly do better than see me. - What ? my Tailors do not know about clothing is not worth knowing, and what they do' - 1' knov/ abeut it is at your disposal through me. .? ? s r'~£- 7 YOU NEED NOT FEAR FAILURE, AS I TAKE ALL RISK, BESIDES ' WHICH MY PRICES ARE SO^VERY^LOW THAT YOU...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910
F. W. DEIINAM BLACKMITH, WHEELWRIGHT,' IM PLEMENT MAKER AND COACHPAINTER. nnHE most Up-to-date and Bost -L equipped Shop, in the Huon. Vehicles of every description made and repaired. - ' : . : - . Only first-class tradesmen employed. ? Local - agent for the McCormick Im plements. Duplicate L'r.rts suppli9d.( RAJTELAGH, HUON, ' - ] 1 : --V ?