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Latest Cables. MAINLAND FRUIT MARKETS. MELBOURNE, Melbourne, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

Latest Aisles. MAINLAND EEUIT MARKETS. MELBOURNE. . Melbourne, March 22. i . i Apples (local) to-day' realised 8s to 12s a case ; cooking, Is 6d to 3s 6d; peaches, 4s to -7s ^ pears, 4s to 7s . tomatoas. 2s to 3s 6d; plums, 2s to 3s 6d,

Publication Title: Huon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
UNHURT BY 249FT. FALL. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

UNHURT BY 249FT. FALL. A marvellous escape from death was reported recently at Meadow: Colliery, Adderley-green, Staffordshire. A young man named Phillip Sheriton pushed a tub into a shaft 249ft.. deep, undor the im pression that the cage was at the top. The cage was not there, and the man and tub fell down the shaft, landing in water at. +-in Vinftnm : ,„1,„ the accideht imagined that tho man had met instant' death, but presently 'he was heard calling for h'eipl '' '''1 ?' .Shenton was at once rescued, and was found' to have 'sustained' onily' a' slifjht cut on Jb®. b§ad. ; No liones were broken, jlhat he fell, without touching the sides of the shaft is not the least curious part of -the whole business.

Publication Title: Huon Times
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POLISHING LINOLEUM. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

POLISHING LINOLEUM. ' Any. sort, of furniture polish can bo used on linoleum with good results, but care should be taken never to polish be neath mats and rugs, as the danger from slipping is great. The best way of treat ing, linoleum, if a shiny surface is needed, is to rub it over with , a little milk. This gives a certain glow to the floorcloth without really polishing it. . Some people give new- linoleum a- coating or-tnin var nish: when it is laid down, and. while this plan is good,, in that the covering-' re-' mains bright for a long period of time, it has the disadvantage of retaining as a permanency any focjtnjark'' which may have been placed upon its purface before the varnish was absolutely dry.

Publication Title: Huon Times
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HINTS AND REMINDERS. THE CARE OF PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

J HINTS AMD ] REMINDEES. j THE CARE OF PICTURES. I A dry wall is an essential detail for ! the preservation of pictures. If' any | doubt exists on the subject do not allow ; tho frame to come into , direct contact j with it. A cork cut into 'three parts ! glued along the lower edge of the back of 1 frame will be found a simple expedient. 5 Every . year .without fail -the cords or ] chains by which . pictures are suspended ' should be well examined and. renewed \ ejhqui4 any'^eak'places b^ foiind in thgir i lon'gths. % good way. Qf' preventing a } pi'cture falling through a snapped cord is ] to use two' separate lengths-, each at | tached independently - of -the other. If i one gives, way the other, will still be able I to support the weight of the frame, i When . 'the white mount of a print be ] comes discolored there is. rarely any way { of restoring it satisfactorily.-' Soft india } rubber of , fine .breadcrumbs carefully S rubbed over the surface will remove any ; loose dust or -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

I Tailoring 1 Important asinoyocemeot A Few Sp-£?oeaS Patterns ! Yes, and hundreds more to select 4 - . from. NEW SEASON'S SAMPLES 'OF LATEST WOOLLENS, WORSTEDS, &c., 1 FOR MEN'S AND YOUTHS' CLO I'BI'TG TO MEAS LTRE, HAVE JUST ARRIVED, Ail D ARE AN EXCEEDINGLY FINE COLLECTION. A hearty invitation is jjivon to anybody 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, wn-ch is a guarantee that all work entrusted to them through me will bo .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 . ' knoT/ about it is at your disposal ttirough mo. ' ' - ? , : ' : YOU NEED NOT FEAR FAILURE, AS I TAKE ALL RISK, BESIDES - ' WHICH MY PRICES ARE SO VERY LOW THAT- YOU WILL SAVE ? ' ' : : MONEY. 'V ' - If the above appeals to you, see me at once, and tlie result will be .to. mu...

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MAIL TABLE. INWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

MAIL TABLE. INWARDS. United Kingdom, Continent of Europe, : * India; to-morrow -morning, . ' Australian States, to-morrow, per Oonah. ' N.S.W. (direct), to-morrow, per.Wes / : tralia. New Zealand, to-morrow, per Moeraki. c U.S.A. and Canada, 27th inst. South Africa, 31st inst., per Turakina.' OUTWARDS. ' Australian States, to-morrow, 7' a.m. and 2 p.m. v New Zealand, to-morrow, 5 p.m. South Africa, 23nd inst. U.S.A. and Canada, 9th prox. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

THE BEST COUNTRY ON ' EAfSTHv'V \ ' This is the best country on earth to ? liye in, in oomfort, and not a bad ono -to die in oithor. A man does not nood much sense to accomplish this either. He can always earn money in Aus- ? tralia, and ho call always save some if he has but the necessary sense. It will be found, in nine cases out of ten, that non success can be traced to the absence of such sense on the part of the individual concerned. v I£vory man, if he Is sufficiently, deter mined about it, may be- even better off- in tho future than ho may be to-day. He will not need any Old-Age Pension. A Policy in the National Mutual Life Association will provide for his fifturo, and will also protect liia dependents in the meantime WITHOUT AN Y ACTUAL COST TO HIM. - They will toll you all about it at the Head Office in Macqurarie-street, Hobart if you write or eall. ' The National Mutual is the most pro gro33ivo and eucoeasful Life OIIIcq in AwBtralia, ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

QUEEN SOAP 'Your linen washed with this -jpure laundry . ;Soa p Jiss a i fresh, healthy fragrance no -other soap can impart. Ifs: .. good for the toilet too. The Soap that Lasts, - THE Jiha©2i Tinmen WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, ID 10.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

T^OR- SALE — Nice young Orehard, -L from 10 to 13 acres, and 45 acres land ; cottage, 2 rooms ; J^-mile from jetty; water frontage. £475. A bar gain. Excellent investment — 2 Brick Cot tages, let at 16/- $er week ; £400, or over 10 per cent, - . ? G.H.TRAPPES&CO. i PROPERTY BROKERS., ( H COLLINS STREET, WANTED — 5 acres land situated on Cradoc Hiil, cleared and grubbed. Apply W.. McMullen,. Cradoc. ? Hone?sty in , , Tracing. [IS OUR MOTTO AND THE SECRET OF OUR SUCCESS. You can shop by Post with us, and get as much 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 Dance. ARNOLD FOOD SPECIALISTS. llOLiverpool-street Hobart, i . j What ! that corn gripping you again ? Try QyeroU'e Cora and Wart Solvent, lg, v

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THE FRUIT SHIPMENT STIGMA. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

THE FRUIT SHIPMENT '.STIGMA. ,. ? It comes as welcome news that the misstatements whichappearad in the Melbourne Press concern ing Tasmanian fruit shipments, are engaging the serioud atten tion of the Government, as in timated -in an article appearing in ' another : column. Exactly what 'action' is' being talcerr'has not .been - officially disclosed;' be yond the fact that those officers whose- duties bring theni into contact with the . fruit exported have been called upon to make a report as' to' whether they con sider the language used was justified. It has, however, been officially stated that only-^OO.of the 48,000 cases shipped' in the Suevic wore''-' marked ' unsound, and to us it appears that nothing further is required to prove the absurdity and the inaccuracy of the Melbourne press assertions. Assuming that this was known to the Victorian authorities, and in tliid matter, their allied press, it would appear that neither of them pay much regard to truth when seeking to damag...

Publication Title: Huon Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

~ ? ? — =— — ? — : — . ? ? ???? . - ? : ' : I The Great House For The Best Value. * AND THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN THE STATE OF Hem0© aiaJ ll©y§8 CHoftMiagn ' ? IS UNQUESTIONABLY AT Browned Bros., Ltd., Hobart. Kfe-108 LIVERPOOL STREET. , + '? ;i ? ? ? Order from our Shopping-by-Post Guide, and Fashion Catalogued shoppy Letter Post n you can ,findH ime to make a vaa personal call. We pay Freight on all Orders with the exception of heavy goods, such as Furniture, etc. Orders received if through the Post are as carefully and faithfully attended to as if you yourself gave them verbally to an attendant in the Store. 3 ? Our Country Order Business is the largest in the State. Country Customers buy on tlie same advantageous terms as o.ur large -J town Clientele. ? 1 1 SHOP AT OVERELL'S. I ; WHY? -Because lie's the one to give value for your money. He. II J wants your trade, and, as a special inducement to the | f ? people of the Huon district to see the vahie he gives, he is i offering to ...

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Current Top[?]s. NEW INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

Curresif ¥©pites« NEW INSOLVENT. The Registrar in . Bankruptcy (Mr Hector Ross) has received a petition for the liquidation of the affairs of Alfred Henry Lovell, farmer, of Crabtrec. Ho esti mates his liabities at £1C0.

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THE REGENT COAL STRIKE. SHIPPING COMPANY'S LOSSES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

THE RECESfT.;' : COAL STRIKlj}. SHIPPING COMPANYiS — - - LOSSES. ? . ; Although the Newcastle coal strike has been officially, declared- ''?off;, !ahd :iwork was ' resumed at the colleries last week there are indications in Melbourne : . that the shortage of coal will continue for some weeks .longer. According , to information obtained .from, -the 'Various ' inter-'S'tate shipping companies only three' vcsssels. have as yet been able to obtain .uaumSa ui- ^jjwciisHe cpai, a»d these C-omprise onl- |mall quantities, although it is stated that the .majority of the inter-State colliers ' have been fully manned for some weeks, awaiting the -? - end of the strike. It is considered to be 'r -extremely unlikely that more than two. - or. three of, these,- in addition to the three ? ? - ? vessels mentioned, will obtain loadings of . - ?coal before the .Easter holidays, arid it may be two months before the coal trade resumes its old briskness. - ' . ? ; During the strike the-inter-rState com-....

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FRUIT SHIPMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

FRUIT SHIPMENTS. The prolific nature of this season's fruit crop is already being demonstrated by the figures relating to exportation. These show an increase of over 53,000 upon the shipments to all ; ports at the corresponding date j i.as.i/ -/par, wmcn, m view or the | fact that -ho .season has prafcic-l ally just commenciHl. is highly satisfactory and bespeaks an ex traordinarily busy time, The increase, however, ia ^h'bijy ,in the ?shipnie'ni:3.\to tha . .mainland markets, -English. sMpnipnt8,oh6w ing 'a falling off.^of ^rix-zirly 2000 cases. .??Up-to-date tho -total number of case's doBpatehed to England iB 142,476 cases, as against 144,166 shipped at . tlio corresponding date in last year. The total shipped to all parts tliis .season is_213,595 cases, as againct 2G7,248 cases at the same date as I .last year. _?.?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

A. MACRO W & SONS .;'.] Proprietary Ltd. . v, r, . Complete .Mouse Fiiraisiierss ? the HEAPEST HOUSE iN HOBART Furniture v Furnitea Furniture , PlanOS ' Fian@s Planes PteM§sreffes' PltOT©§rapfe ? PfeosiograpiBS CALL AND INSPECT OUR ... . SADDLE BAG SUITES, £8 10/, LEATHER, £6 15/. : ? PIANOS, Small Deposit, 5/ Weekly. v ^ ii ^ If not convenient to pay cash, wo will give you '12 months, , j*\ credit for 2/ in the £ extra on our cash prices. .. ' ' f y^/ WE COMFORTABLY FURNISH 3 ROOMS FOR £17 10/ W CASH, OR £19 5/ WITH 12 MONTHS' CREDIT. . Edison Phonographs & Records. V \ ?; - Edison's latest invention, the Amberol ? i r ^ ^Attachment, to play 4 minute Record's, Prick :- STANDARD, 25/,; HOME ^ 1000 Records to Pick Feom. , 70 LIVERPOOL STREET, HOBART. ' ^ ./ o; y ?- . Sight ? tested Free at Overells City . . / Pharmacy. Perfected Fit Guaranteed. v-: ? notices.: . - . JOBBING DEPARTMENT. , v - . ' ' t . ' We desire to inform our readers that wo are prepared to undertake...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

We fluarantee That by ahoppiag with M YOU BATE TIME AND MONET, and also gain satisfaction. On *11 ardera fot CI and upward, accom x yaaial with payment, w« will prepay ataaaar fralgHt. ' . ? . Qar goods landed on your wharf will east no mora than tha lowest oity prioes. WI ARE COMPLETE HOUSE FUR NIBHERB. Tha Naweat and moat up to-date gaada always en hand. :? . . i ? - - 8«arr'« Happy Noma j Stor®. ' ELIZABETH STREET, HOBART. ? ? - i r ' ' - 'Birth*. M«rrlag«a. DM,ttia Advertisements under these haadinga at* published at 3s per insertion. Every notice for insertion must ba authentioatad and bear tha name and addraaa of tha aender. Thm RUBBER STAMP QO. Ui COLLINS STREET. Supply Erary Kind of [Rubber Stampa, Easy Siffs Markers, Inks, Pads, Figures, . Linen. Markera, Indelible and Quick Dry ing Inks, Etc. Country Ordera promptly attended to by Poat. ? ? I FRUIT MERCHANTS AND COM. MISSION AGENTS. Telephone No. MIL G. Woolf, ' WHOLESALE FRUIT MERCHANT AND COMMISSION AGENT. Head Office: 5...

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FRUIT STEAMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

' ' FRUIT STEAMERS: ' The Aberdeen liner Pericles left Hobart yesterday, taking 35,000 cases of apples for the English masket. The Federal Holder Shire liner Somer set was expected to complete her loading ? ? last evening and sail with the largest shipment of fruit taken this season, viz., 70,000 cases. -l-ko of +Viq' V\An I a +a' o4- j. uc udav \Jk i/uo ajjyits uuaio iu aiiivo a,o Hobart are the R.M.S. Mongolia (P. and O. line) and the s.s. Persic (White Star . line). They are expected on Saturday -^morning. The Persic will load 47,000 cases. The R.M.S. Otranto, which left Hobart '--'''-on Saturday, arrived at Port Melbourne at 6.30 a.m'. on Monday.

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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

SHIPPING. The b.s. Westralia left Sydnej yester - day for Hobart, where she is -duo to ' morrow. She will leave there at 9 p.m. on Tuesday next on the return passage. The Paloona left. Hobart for Sydney at ' ?-11.35 p.m. on Mouday, where she is due this morning. She took 13.162 cases and 13,371 half-cases of fruit. ? mi i ' ? TTli ? 1 ? ~ xn© S.b. uaiuurud leaves nuuait iu morrow for New Zealand ports. The barques Helen and Marjorie Craig ?are loading timber at Esperance, the r former for Adelaide and the latter for 2few Zealand. ? The s.b. Oronsay is at Port Huon com pletinglier cargo of railway sleepers for Calculla. / ? ? ?

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THE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

THE RACE. The crews were as follow: — South : F. A. Easton '' (bow), W. Wicks (2), A. Phillips (3), P. Wicks (4), C. McVilly (5), W. Needham (6), M. C. Bonniwell (7), F. Coverdale (stroke). North : A. T. Smith (bow), A. Forsyth K&U «*? Monks {6), J. Coogan, jr. (4), y. Lithgow (5), J. Woodhouse l&h (?)» J. ' Artis (stroke). ' ' a goqd ,dea{ qf whiaH seerjje4 tq be $s unneeg's-; sary a§ it was annoying, the crews were got to the starting post at about ten minutes past four, As each passed through the line of orowded steamers they received quite an ovation, oheer upon cheer, with occasional partisan cries from the supporters of either side, being sent up. The Northerners got the inside posi tion, but very liltle if any ad vantage attached to this. The home crew got a slight advantage on the start, and when the blades had been dropped half a dozen times they were about a canvas in'. th» lead. They moveP off striking the higfy r^te of 46 to the minute, whicfy was tfycqe ...

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HUON SAILING CLUB. SOCIAL AND DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

\HUO^MlL#G :': ' -SOCIAL AND DANCE; ; .. . ' ; -(From our corresnondentiV::'' The Geeveston Hall ; presented a gay spectacle on Friday night last, when a very successful social was held in aid of the Huon .Sailing Club. The weather was gloriously fine- and the' people of Geeveston shewed their warm apprecia tion :of;the .fclub's' work by turning - up in great numbers,, the hall being filled to its . litiflrmAat ncina 'Pl-ir* A '£' xi_ _ wwyuwiUj. Uicaow Ui 1X10 many ladies present, provided a bright scene for those who were fortunate enough .to be, presont. Supper , was, pro'-' ~ vided-' for- all in;; elegant style, and' a generous visitor 3 with a very pleasing voice, treated the company to a splendid ly rendered song.' The item was enjoyed by all, as was shewn by, the hearty .ap plause. : ' ' ' ' 1 ' ' A dance followed and was kept up m). , til well into tlie' nqVrriing,' wh?q all left f-5r home thoroughly satisfied with their evening's enjoyment. The funds of the Huon Sailing Clu...

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