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UTILITY OF BEE-KEEPING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 19 March 1910

UTILITY OF BEE-KEEPING. Bee-keeping is a valuable aid in the cultivation of fruit and seed crops. Insects which feed on nectar play an important part in the fertilisation of flowers. Fertilisation is effected in other ways, but the agency of insects is the more certain and efficacious, and no other insect is comparable with the honey-bee in this respect. It has been discovered by skilful ob servers that the average load of nec tar carried to the hive by a bee is about 3-10ths of a grain, so that the collection of one pound of nectar re quires nearly 2., 000 foraging excur sions. By means of hives set on bal ances, it has been found that the daily increase of weight in the best month averages 3.31b. Occasionally, more than 11 pounds is gained in one day; and when the amount consumed by the bees and the loss of weight by evapor ation are considered, it appears prob able that the average daily quantity of nectar collected is not less than 11 pounds, which would .load 250,000 bees. As a...

Publication Title: Huon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 19 March 1910

Honesty in . Trading. IS OUR MOTTO AND THE SECRET OF OUR SUCCESS. You can shop by Post with us, and got as much Satisfaction as if you called. 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. I llOLiverpool-street Hobart. Jones & Williams, LADIES' AND GENTS' PRACTICAL TAILORS, 63 Harbottle's Buildings, Elizabeth Street. -Country Orders promptly attended to Entrance between McKean's Boot Shop and American Sugar Boilers (Upstairs/

Publication Title: Huon Times
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THE UNDERGROUND OCEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 19 March 1910

THE UNDERGROUND OCEAN. Recent investigations by officers; of the Geological Survey have brought to light facts about the enormous quantity of underground water con tained in the crust of the globe which are calculated to astonish the lay mina. Below a depth of six miles it is believed that no water can exist in the rocks because the tremendous pressure probably cloBes all pores; but above that level the quantity of under ground water is estimated to be equal to one-third of all the water contain ed in the' oceans. If poured over the land surface of the globe, the under ground water would it is averred, be sufficient to cover it to a uniform Uf$tiiSfi£frpm three thousand to three thousand 'SV^wbundred feet.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 19 March 1910

WANTED, a 'General, two in family. Apply Mrs Thomas Barnett, Franklin. EOR* SALE— First-class investment. Two brick Cottages, good position, rental 17s per week. £450. New Brick Cottage, 5 reoms, every modern con venience, cart entrances. £625. G. II. TRAPPES & CO. PROPERTY BROKERS. . 94 COLLINS STREET. : What'! that corn gripping you again ? ! Ifry QYerell'4 Corn and Wart Solvent, Is.

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SICK HEADACHE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 19 March 1910

SICK HEADACHE. It has often been remarked that the distressing complaint of sick head ache is the result of eating too much and exercising too little. In the majority of cases its cause lies in the fact that the °food last taken is so rich in quality or so ex cessive in quantity that the stomach cannot digest it. A simple diet of farinaceaus foods and ripe fruit, with sufficient exercise in the open air to keep up a gentle perspiration, would speedily effect a cure. With some persons, this headache comes at regular intervals, and is the stomach's signal of distress at hav ing been imposed upon. To take two teaspoonfuls of pow dered charcoal in a glass half full of Water will Rnmptlmoc cW iro roliof ni* o tablespoonful of lemon juice, fifteen minutes before each meal, and the same at bedtime. Many an attack has been warded off by freely drinking hot water but better than all these is the 'ounce of prevention,' found in abstaining from tea and coffee, rich gravies, pas try and cakes— ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 19 March 1910

| The Great House For The Best Value. H y AND THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN THE STATE OF i Melius Midi ; a IS UNQUESTIONABLY AT Brownell Bros., td., Hobart. 1 100-108 LIVERPOOL STREET. ? lier from our Shopping-by-Post Guide, and Fashion Catalogue and shop by Letter Post if you can t find tune to make a \1 call. We pay Freight on all Orders with the exception of heavy goods, such as Furniture, etc. Orders reoeived the Post are as carffully and faithfully attended to as if you yourself gave them verbally to an attendant in the^Store Wry Order Business is the largest in the State. Country Customers buy on the same advantageous terms as our large jlientele. . ? . iHOP AT OVERELL'S. j i H JL T Because he's the one to give value for your money. He J' wants your trade, and, as a special inducement to the 1 people of the Huon district to see the value he gives, he is 3 , offering to pay freight on all goods purchased from him A during the present month. If you want good value for ; j your money...

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Making Sure. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 19 March 1910

Making Sure. I Some years ago there was a trial for murder in Ireland in which the evidence was so palpably insufficient that the judge stopped the case and directed the. jury to return a verdict Of 'Not guilty.' A well-known lawyer, however, who wished to do something for the fee he had received for the defence, claim ed the privilege of addressing the court. 'We'll hear you with pleasure, Mr. B.,' said the judge; 'but to prevent accident we'll first acquit the prison er!' Chambers: I think a man should never miss an opportunity of improv ing his mind. I don't wish to boast, but I can truthfully say that I began to improve my mind as a young man, and have gone on doing so ever since. Chubbs (reflectively): Great Scot! What a state your mind must have been in when you started on it! Because some farmers have made fortunes by growing one crop, prom inence has been given to the one crop idea in certain sections of the coun try. It is a fact that, where farmers make a business of study...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 19 March 1910

THREE IMPORTANT ITEMS. - RELIABLE WATCHES. RELIABLE JEWELLERY RELIABLE SPECTACLES. '* ' To those. living- outside the' City especially* thejWatohes and' Spectacles 'are~ of '? great 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- ? ???'* ing all errors . of /Defective Eyesight. ? A. BUTTERFIELD, - JEWELLER AND OPTICIAN, 101' ELIZABETH STREET, HOBART.

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IN MALE ATTIRE. GIRL MASQUERADES AS A MAN FOR TEN YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 19 March 1910

. IN MALE ATTIRE, GIRL MASQUERADES AS A MAN FOR TEN YEARS. Aftor an extraordinary carccr mos- ' quoiading as a youth, Miss Miricn Hamilton Gray, who describes herself as daughter of a late colonel of the liri tisli Armj-, ' ' was ordered by a mag is- : trate, Mr. Kernochan, sitting at the m^lit ponce court to discard mfrlc garb atid dress as a woman. Taking pipe fromhtr - pockct, says the 'Daily Mail,1' Miss : Gray, who is in outward appearance a handsome youth of nineteen, asked tbe 1 magistrate if her arrest was due to in formation laid by 'a woman tsvieo my of Newark Valley, New York. lliat woman,' she added, 'foil in lovo wli i nle' ail(^ insisted on marriage, Pho told me that if I would not she would make my whole life hideous for me. Sh^ has aliiiost ' succeeded.' Miss Gray fled from the woman to Now \ork; where stories of her, or ra ther him, posing as the 'Marquis of ? Gray^sole heir to the dukedom of Ham- - utpn, 'led -to . her arrest. One man whom she deceived with a story...

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MAIL TABLE. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 19 March 1910

.. MAIL TABLE. INWARDS. . — Udited'Kingdom, Continent of Europe, : ' India, to-morrow morning. Australian- States, Monday, perOonab. , NVwZealand, Thursday, per Moeraki. U.8.A. and Canada, 27th inst. ' OUTWARDS. U.K., India, Tuesday, 7. a.m.; supple mentary, Wednesday, 7 u.m. Australian States, Tuesday, 7 a.m. NS..W. (direct), Monday, 7.30 p.m. - South Africa, 23nd inst. U.S.A. and Canada, 9th prox. '

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GIRL STUDENT AND LAWYER. LOVE DRAMA IN AUSTRIA. MYSTERIOUS CRIME, [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 19 March 1910

GIRL STUDENT AND LAWYER. ' LOVE DRAMA IN AUSTRIA. MYSTERIOUS CRIME,' .A. 'Polish girl student of medicinet_ Janina^ Baroweka, was declared 'Not' guilty' at Vienna last month of the charge of murdering a barrister, who had defended her. in a previous trial. _ The -trial cheated a trgmendous sensa tion throughout Austria, Barowska being a noted beauty. Still in her teens, she was married to a public official at Cracow. 'Lastyear she was accused in a Socialist Papetr of acting as 'a spy for Russia, and Dr. Lewicki, tho barrister who took up the case, won her action for libel. During the course of the action the lawyer fell madly in love with Frau Barowska, and the intrigue continued for months until tho doctor became engaged to a Polish countess. Frau _ Barowska refused to break off her intimacy ? with the lawyer, and there were violent scenes between them. ? . ? On. July 5 last Frau Barowski tele- v phoned foom Dr. Lewicki's chambers to '' two doctors and to the Ambulance. Society in ...

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SERIOUS CHARGE. ALLEGED INDECENT BEHAVIOR. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 19 March 1910

SERIOUS CHARGE. ALLEGED INDECENT BEHAVIOR. A young man named Herbert Nation appeared at the Huonville Police Court yesterday before Warden Frankcomb and Mr J. Upchurch, J.P., charged with indecent behavior. He was defended by Mr A. J. Frankcomb. Evidence was given to tlie effect thai | trie oerenaani/ Denaveu improperly 111 me presence of a little girl on the Upper ' Huon road. ! The defence was a complete denial of the charge. In view of the inconclusive nature of the evidence, the Bcnch decided tn dis miss the information.

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THE UNEMPLOYED PROBLEM. LABOR EXCHANGES IN GREAT BRITAIN. THOUSANDS OUT OF WORK, [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 19 March 1910

THE UNEMPLOYED PROBLEM. LABOR EXCHANGES IN GREAT BRITAIN. THOUSANDS' OUT OF WORK, One of the moat ' important schemes devised by the Govern ment to cope with the problem of unemployment came into opera- - tion last month, when over, eighty Labor Exchanges opened their doofs in- the chief 'towns of Great Britain. ' ' .When the . system ia in com plete working order there will be two hundred and fifty Exchangee in all, and it is to be hoped that the system before long will bo invaluable. The worker will know where to apply for a post without the weary and oft-times fruitless tramp which breaks his spirit and weakens his body. No better instance of the hard ship following on unorganised effort can be given than the re cent experiences at the Thames iron tWorks, where the chances of work on the new battleship attracted many thousands, who had trudeed from all over Eng land, merely to be turned away. It is impossible to judge the system from the first day's work ing, or even from the fir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 19 March 1910

For Every Description of JOB PRINTING Try The ? 'HUON TIMES.', . THE Mw©ia Times. SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 10 10,

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SOCIALISTS AND PATRIOTS. RIOTOUS MEETING. TWO PERSONS INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 19 March 1910

SOCIALISTS AND PATRIOTS. RIOTOUS MEETING. TWO PERSONS INJURED. A meeting held in -the Broken Hill Town hall, on Monday night last, developed into a riot. The meeting had , been called by the^ mayor (Councillor F. Harvoy) on' l&ie requisition of 14 socialists, backed up by resolutions of two leading labour bodies. The hall was crowded, over 1200 people, including a few women, being flrfesent. ? ^At the outset Mr E. H. Gray, one of the socialist leaders who signed tho requisition, stated from tho platform that he ? had to apologise for the absence of the mayor, who was at another meet ing (Groans.) - Mr E. G.iffney was then pro posed and elected Chairman amidst a bedlam of hoots and cat calls. Directly he began to speak, Mr Holman, a prominent citizen, mounted the platform, and, hold ing :up a printed notice, worded 'Protest,' was received' with' cheers. He at once led off by singing ' God Save the King,' in which all the crowd joined except the small socialist coterie in the ...

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A MALINGNED INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 19 March 1910

A HALING NED INDUSTRY. THE facts revealed in the dis-'~ cussion at the last meeting of the Huon Council on the gratuitous insults being hurled at the Tas manian fruit industry, by a cer tain class of people, who display an outragoous disregard for fact,, confirmed, in , a largo degree, our remarks a day or two ago con cerning the urgency of complete co-operation among the fruit growers and others interested in the industry. Councillor Casey cast additional light on to the matter when he pointed out that the misstatements com plained about would in all pro-, bability reach England before the vesseMn which the.consignments to which they referred . were shipped, and possibly liave a detrimental effect upon the sale of the fruit. These 'slanderous utterances wiere obviously made with an ulterior metive, and that being so, it is only reasonable to assume, as Councillor Casey in terred, that their scurrilous authors will see that the effect of their foul work reaches the English market. A...

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Current Topics. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 19 March 1910

Horrent T ®pi©sa LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ELECTIONS.' On April 14 writs will be issued in connection with tho forthcom ing Legislative Council Election:;. The nominations will be received till April 21. Polling day has been fixed for May '6. Ropvesontar tives are to be returned for South IMc, Launceston, Hobart, and Gordon. i

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The "Stopper." [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 19 March 1910

The 'Stopper.' It was about half a dozen-years ago that we were en route for Ireland dur ing the Christmas holiday. The train was late, and made frequent stop pages between the stations. During one of these an official came to exam ine our tickets. 'Where for, please?' v 'Cork! ' 'Cork!' 'Cork!' 'Are you air Cork?' 'Och, yes!' cried one of the party; 'we're all Cork, 'an' if yer train was the same, maybe it 'ud be aisier to draw; but, bedad, I never saw such a 'stopper' in me life!'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 19 March 1910

A. MAC ROW & SOILS' ' Proprsetai-y Ltd.. 9 Cffiiapiefe M®ms® FwMstaps. ? ^ TH E HEAPEST HOUSE IN HOBART FOR FnnlhEii'e PSnonspwgrihs FnrnEiupe PI®bb®s ? FSsonetgrapBae FisiTiiiiEis'© IPiasio's iPtoBSfflgj'papSss CALL AND INSPECT OUR ... SADDLE BAG SUITES, £8 10/, LEATHER, £G 15/. PIANOS, Small Deposit, 5/ Weekly. If not convenient to pay casli, .wo will givo you 12 months gf\ crcdit for 2/ in the £ extra on our cash prices. ' I SW§/ WE COMFORTABLY FURNISH 3 ROOMS FOR £17 10/ \QJg/ CASH, OR £19 5/ WUSI 12 MONTHS' CREDIT. \V Edison Phonographs & Records. _ . \Y Edison's latest invention, tho Amborol * A^ac^men^' *° Play 4 minuto Records, ll PRICE : STANDARD, 25/ ; HOME 1000 Recokds to Pick Fkom. 70 LIVERPOOL STREET, HOBART. '. .---j ' -S Sight tested Free at Overall's City Pharmacy. Perfected Fit Guaranteed. ' NOTICES. , JOBBING DEPARTMENT. We desire to inform our readers that we are prepared to undertake all kinds oi Jobbing Work, and trust that the resi dents of the'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 19 March 1910

! ? ~ ? | We Guarantee t ? | That by shopping with us - J . YOU SAVE TIME AND I ' MONEY, and also gain £ :| satisfaction. 5 ] On-all orders /or £ I and upward, accom- £ jpanied with payment, we' will prepay c | steamer freight. I Our goods landed on. your wharf will [cost no more than the lowest city prices. - | WE ARE COMPLETE HOUSE FUR jNISHERS. The Newest and most up ! to-date goods always on hand. * u I ' ' — - : - Soarr'a Happy Home ; Store. . i j ELIZABETH STREET, HOBAR,T. j — 1 I Births, Marriages, Deaths j ? ? ? : ? — j i Advertisements under these headings ; are published at 3s per insertion. Every ?) notice for insertion must be authenticated , and bear the name and address of tfte j sender. j i . BIRTH. . ' | LINNELL. — On Monday, March 14, at | Franklin,, the wife of -E. Linnell ; a . i daughter. I ' DEATH. | WOOLI.EY.— On March 17, 1910, at his j residence, Upper Huon, John Woolley, ? in his 82nd year. Funeral will leave ] ; his late residence, Upper* Huon, at 2 p.m. to...

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