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BERNHARDT'S BARGAIN. THE POET'S SUGAR STICK. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910
BERNHARDT'S BARGAIN. THE POET'S SUCAR STICK. i 'As a child, what was your first joy ? ' 'La Quinzaine' put this 'ques tion to a .number lof eminent persons in France. The answers are amusing and interesting. They include tho fol lowing: — . M. Ho ii r I JH.oussayo, tne .Napoleonic, historian— when Rachel toyed with my golden locks at tho Theatre Fran cais. ' M. Edmond Rostand.- — A stick of su gar candy. M. Fressich, tho famous sculptor of oquestrian statues — A rocking horse. Mmef. Bcrnhart — I was given a patch of garden in the playground to sliaro with another little girl when wo \yore at school. My first . great .joy was when I bought her part of It for seven pins, two reams of ruled paper, and my lizarc\ box with throe lizards, one without a tail. - 1 was now tho solo queen of my garden. M. Jules Lemaitre — It was followed by indigestion. , Mmo. Janez Hading— In Provence, where I was born,_ it was the custom to havo a crib in every ' house at Christmas time. It was lit by an oi...
RIVERINA NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910
RIVERINA NEWS. j Mr Ht Dawson; Inland Fisher vies Commissioner on the New South Wiales Fisheries Board, and Mr D. C. Stead, -naturalist to the board, are visiting Albury for the purpose of investigating the complaints made 'by anglers re garding th? scarcity offish in the Murray ajnd its causes. Theyj are now tajdng evidence. j At a meeting of the Walla Walla Farmers' Union it was decided to ask the Government to prohibit the use of phosphorus for rabbit destruction from 1st October to 1st March ; also that smoking on the harvest field be prohibited. e'xcepV during stated periods. The Henty branch of the Farmers and Settlers' Associa tion.-has asked the district coun cil to agitate for the following concessions : — ?' That all rent on land held from the Crown, date from time of confirmation, not from date of application ; .thai when original . surveys of small blocks have been made, the lowest scale of survey fees be charged, irrespective of the tenure, At a meeting of the Hume shir...
NEW SOUTH WALES RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910
NEW SOUTH WALES RAIL WAYS. The New South Wales rail ways had another busy week last week. During the seven days the revenue ^vas £119,556. as compared with £94,675 for the same period of last year, an in crease ot o,»84. ±ne tramway revenue for the same week was £18,284, which is a comparative increase of £1668.'
Inter-State Items. NEW SOUTH WALES. OPIUM SMUGGLING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910
Inter-State Items. ' , NEW SOUTH WALES. OPIUM SMUGGLING. A wharf labourer named Frank i Plambeck was fined £10, or a month's gaol, , at Sydney' on Thursday, . ..on ;; a charge * of importing ;? opium. Accused was employed' at the Chna Navigation Company's wharf, and on Wednesday, , on coming from the steamer Taiynan, he was stopped by a Custdfns official and searched. . Six tins of opium were found on him. Sun Jay, a Chinese cook, who resides in Wemyss-street, Syd ney? was fined £20, or fourj moirths' gaol, on a charge of I having iri his possession a quan tity of opium suitable for smok - ing. .He pleaded guilty, . Moonshi Mola Box, an Indian, described as a cook, was fined £5 \ on a charee of smoking opium.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910
TO HUON RESIDENTS— Here -is an event that all Huon Womenfolk should take advantage of. BEST & CO., Record Sale, ? — The moBt Drastic effort ever made by a Tasmanian Drapery Establishment to change Stock into money. ~ ~~ £5,000 in Cash is wanted, must be got regardless of Cost of Goods. ;/ ? ? MR. W. E. BEST IS IN MELBOURNE, and sent the following wire to his Hobart Firm,:— This Teiegram GIVE THE HOBART HOUSE DEFINITE. INSTRUC TIONS TO CLEAR THE . STOCK. ' . There is only one way— ' CARVE AT THE PRICES TO - .GET £5000 Cash, COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA, POSTMASTER-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. TASMANIA! Station. No. of WT-rds and check. Remarks. SIMPLY ASTOUNDED AT WONDERFUL BARGAINS OFFERING, BUYING HEAVILY, MAKE DRASTIC EFFORTS TO CLEAR STOCK. WIRE EACH DAY'S CASH TAKINGS AS GUIDE FOR ME. , . . W. E. BEST. Every Penny of Profit Must be taken off, Goods Sold for Cost and under Cost. . What an opportunity for Huon Distriot. Will it Pay to take a Trip to Hpbart ? PAY I YES ! ! HANDSOMELY...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910
Honesty in . . Trading. IS' QUB MOTT-0 AND THE SECRET 1 OF OUR SUCCESS. You can shop by Post with us, and gat as much Satisfaction as if you oalled. We catch every Steamer, Train or Coach. We give the greatest possible value obtainable and retain our Cus tomers by so doing. Try us for your next Social and Dance. ARNOLD FOOD SPECIALISTS. . llOLiverpool-street Hobart. Jones & WiSSiams, LADIES' AND GENTS' PRACTICAL TAILORS, 63 Harbottle's Building3, Elizabeth Street. Country Orders promptly attended to Entrance between McKean'3 Boot Shop and American Sugar Boiler^ (Upstairs^ ,* . '
AMERICAN PRISOM REGIME FAVOURED CONVICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910
AMERICAN PRISOM REGIME FAVOURED CONVICTS. Acting upon, reports that wealthy men in gaol can sccuro all the comforts of home, tho Federal authorities have given orders that in. tho Federal pris ons, at least, rich and poor shall be treated just alike (cabled tho Now lork correspondent of tho 'Daily Telegraph' . 011 January 20). In the ease of persons awaiting 'trial or con /victed prisoners awaiting tho . decision of _ the Appeal Court, American public opinion is lenient, and nobody hero grudged the favours extended to Harry Thaw, for example, or, later still, to Mr. Charles W. Morse, the fraudulent banker, who was allowed to entertain his wire to a Christmas, dinner in his cell. Both w(ere allowed privileges such as would shock conventions oi- your side of tho Atlantic. Each man while .in his cell was allowed a chance now 'and then of giving his views to the newspaper reporters, who chat to pri soners in the Tombs ihrough the grat ing of tho cell or/ in a waiting room. j-u 10 m^Uj a...
FRUIT INDUSTRY LIBELLED. VICTORIAN MINISTER'S PUERILITY. DISCUSSED BY HUON COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 March 1910
FRTJIT INDUSTRY LIBELLED. VICTORIAN MINISTER'S PUERILITY. DISCUSSED BY HUON ' COUNCIL. The . damaging and unwarrantable ' as sertions published in the Press recently concerning the shipments of fruit sent from Tasmaniathis season was the subject of discussion ot.,Monday's meeting of the Huon Council. Councillor Casey opened tne discussion by referripg to a letter published in the 'Mercury,' in which some of the un justifiable statements in ' question ap peared. He 'said it was stated that the whole of the Suevic shipment was branded 'not fit for pigs.' As a matter of fact, out of the 48,000 cases sent for ward in the steamer, only 300 cases'were marked unsound. The shipment included some of the finest fruit ever grown in Tasmania, yet they had the outrageous slurs he had referred to cast upon it.' Those statements would in all probability reach England before the fruit got there, and would inevitably mean loss to those who shipped in the steamer in question. He thought, it. was quit...
SIGNALLING BY SMOKE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 19 March 1910
SIGNALLING BY SMOKE. The author of 'The Life of a Fos sil Hunter' tells the following inci dent of his wandering among the Co manches of Texas, an Indian tribe that has preserved much of its ori ginal wildness of life and character. 'About nightfall I crossed Cach Creek, and saw at my right in a bend of the creek an elevated 'bench' on which a teepee was pitched. There were two Indians standing about, one a large, fleshy, good-natured man, the other thin, with large, prominent cheek-bones — a typical Comanche. A large flock of children ran out to meet me. I must confess that I felt a little uneasy at being so entirely alone and at the mercy of these In dians, but I made the best of it. As several turkeys were lying on the ground, I told the good-natured man tnat I wanted his squaw to cook me one of them for supper. This bhe pro ceeded to do. I put off going to bed until late, as I dreaded sleeping in the high grass where I left my saddle. 'After breakfast, as I started out for the t...
SIX WARNINGS TO AMATEUR AVIATORS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 19 March 1910
SIX WARNINGS TO AMATEUR AVIATORS. 1. Before going up make sure that the fuel-tank does not leak, as petrol shower baths are not yet popular. 2. Refrain from landing hurriedly on conservatories; they do not at all need extra ventilation. 3. Remember that it is possible to have 'a drop too much' when avia ting, even if you are teetotal. 4. Never take a chronically argu mentative friend up with you; you may fall out. . 5. Be warned against endeavoring to attract people's attention by drop ping spanners and loose pieces of en gine on them; they may object. 6. If you suddenly discover that the pterygordal aspect of the stabili ynng-planes fouls the torque of the p^SjJfcfiitershaft consequent upon the shock-absUrttBjJs being inadequate for the alternatingifeteral thrust of the carburettor — see aTdo3tbT-I .it's com pound aeromania. - --'r^T
BEAUTIFUL EYES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 19 March 1910
BEAUTIFUL EYEsT It is a well-known fact that we do not- take sufficient care' of our eyes, and yet, when we come to think of it, how important it is to do all we can to preserve and beautify them. A fault we are most guilty of is straining them over fine work or small print, often in a bad light. The best thing for tired or weak eyes is to rest them whenever possible by closing them a few minutes at a time. 1 To brighten and strengthen the, eyes, there is nothing better than to fill a bowl with cold water, into which has been sprinkled a few drops of lavender oil, and to open and close the eyes in this for several minuteB. Eau de Cologne in. the same propor tion is also good, but apt to make some eyes smart. For a wash when the eyes have be come inflamed, an excellent remedy is a lotion of rosewater and zinc, which any chemist will make up for a few pence. For promoting the growth of the eyelashes, cocoa butter rubbed gently along the roots is a very good thing, also for the eyebrow...
Fond of Nails. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 19 March 1910
Fond of Nails. A certain Irish village character, noted alike for his habitual indolence, immoderate indulgence, and ready wit' was once approached by the parish priest, who desired a day's work donp. in his garden. 'Terry,' said he, 'if you work steady for me all day and drink nothing, I'll give you a glass at six o'clock, as well as the pay.' ' 'Done, yer riverence,' returned the other. 'I know ye're a man of yer worrud, an', plase the pigs, I'll be wan too!' He performed the day's work ac cordingly, and when he went to the kitchen door at sundown received his pay and a small wineglass, which his reverend employer handed to him al ready filled with whisky. After tossing off the thimbleful, he held the tiny vessel up quizzically, and remarked: 'An' how do they make them, yer riverence?' 'Why, they blow them, Terry,' an swered the unsuspecting cleric. 'Faix, thin, yer riverence,' replied Terry, with a twinkle. 'I'm thinkin' the man that blew that was short o' breath!' Aware that he ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 19 March 1910
Taitaisigj I I aiEoringg ! 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 anybody- to call and inspect. I also wish to assure you that I. still rotain the services of the same up-to-date firm of City Tailors, which is a guarantee that all work entrusted to them through mo will bp thoroughly satisfactory. . . — . 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-^v-'--r=d--.-v.;.-;v:*::..^-: kno t7 abeut it is at your disposal through me. ' \ ^ YOU NEED NOT FEAR FAILURE, AS I TAKE ALL RISK, BESIDES - ' - * WHICH MY PRICES ARE SO VERY LOW THAT YOU WILL SAVE MONEY. . ' If the above appeals to you, see mo at once, and the result: will be .to--m...