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THE INTER-STATE GREW. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

$1}^ IJfTER-S^A^E ggE^F. The Selection Committee met on S&tyftey eYflciogj and' deoidgcj to ' eelec^ the following to practice for the Inter State Eight-Oared Championship, which will be rowed on the. Derwent on April 30:— J. Artis, T.R.C. M. C. Boniwell, D.R'C. . F. Coverdale, S.B.R.C. F. A. Easton, D.R.O. K. Heritage, Strahan R.C. V. Lithgow, T.R.C. D. Munro, T.R;C. W. Needham, D.R.C. A. Phillips, F.R.C. A. T. Smith, N.E.R.C. P. Wicks, F.R.O. J. Woodhouse, M.R.C. There is some dotibt about F. Cover dale beiug available to stroke the crew, as he desires to compete in the inter State Sculling Championship, which is rowed on the same day. It is also probable that Boniwell will not be available for the combined crew.

Publication Title: Huon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
VEHICULAR ACCIDENT NEAR LOVETT. OCCUPANTS THROWN TO GROUND. LADY SUSTAINS FRACTURED ARM. LOVETT, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

VE H ! CU LA*?- ACCI DENT ; N.EA? ;;LpYETT^;::; OCCUPANTS THROWN TO ?' *;- GROUND. ^ ' XADY- SUSq;Ai^S:FRACi ' :TmiE0 ARM.' LOVETT, Tuesday. A^vehicular accident, resulting. in-pain- fiil injuries being sustained by .one' of tho lady occupants; occurred ' si . few miles from Lovett' bn.SatUTday^riigJit last. ? It appears that Mr Merchant, of Deep -Bay,- -Accompanied: by two -ladies; was driving from Garden Island Creek in the direction, of hisjiome,, and yrhen: turning an 'acute curvo 'irithe' road the vehicle was overturned, throwing . the ..threo occupaiits heavily 'to the' roadside. ' fortunately,, Mr ^Merchant and one of the ladies escaped with a shaking, but Mis3 Dickenson was piniied to tho ground by the arm. Dr -Thomas was' sent for withv all possible speed, and: upon ex amination he found Miss Dickenson to be sufforingi from a epmpound. fracture of the arnaji arid ^Seemed the'dnjury suffi ciently; serious to order the removal of the sufferer to. the . Homcepathic .. Hos pita...

Publication Title: Huon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
SOUTH FRANKLIN SPORTS CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

SOUTH FRANKLIN SPORTS CONCERT. As already stated, the report of the concert held in the Franklin Town Hall on Wednesday evening last could not appear in our last issue owing to pres sure of space therein. The concert was unquestionably one of the most successful ever held here, both financially and in point of merit. The hall was crowded to its utmost capacity, while numbers were unable to gam admission. This furnishes further proof of the urgent need for a larger hall in »he town. For some years past the name of Mr Harold Paton's Con cert Company has been inseparably associated with the South Franklin ' sports, and on Wednesday night last the company worthily maintained the repu tation it had gained hitherto. The pro. gramme was opened with a duet, 'A Night.in Venice ' (Lucantoni), sung by Miss Hilda Ikin and Mr Harold Paton. It was admirably renderod, the sweet sympathetic soprano voice possessed by Miss Ikin blending excellently with Mr Paton's rich baritone. Later Miss Ikin sang...

Publication Title: Huon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
CHINESE MUTINY. TERRIBLE SCENES IN CANTON. PORT DARWIN, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

CHINESE MUTINY. S TERRIBLE SCENE8 IN CANTON. _ _ . . JqBTDABWm, Monday. I'M vhiqa -. Post ? giyps |h'e fgllg^iijg flSte1!8 from it? Ca^to^ cjrrpspQndent fil 9?ei) the scene o{ c^rnagg and riot, Hot »QHg $gQ an AmerjQSll correspondent dQ. aepibgd it as tb& heljpot Qt tile East,' The oity impressed one by ita barbaric povefty, The terpible conditions under whioh its thousands .live causes one to marvel. The eye, as well as the mind, is awed by the revolting scenes, and it is no wonder that the story which maahnd n« yesterday morning may be true in its essential facts. The riot was on a large and fierce scale. The soldiers defied all orders, and mutiny was so rampant that the barracks were fired and completely demolished. Machines guns and rifles were freely used on two days in order to enforce compliance with, the wishes of the authorities, and the scenes in the crowded streets baffle all description ,8Mp?8 ail' and' sundry wbi! w the ^ay. rigt ana qarqagp ruled while the naij...

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

The Best Cure for Tootliaphg, ©vgrgjl''s Odontalgic Essence, 6d ; posted to you, 7d For Every description of JOB PRINTING W The 'HUON TIMES,';

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

.; /The Balterflelcl' Lever ' 'f S lv'nown all over Tasmania as absolutely the best watch obtainable at a reason it; Vablo outlay— specially designed for hard rough wear. The price is 20/-, and it is guaranteed for 28 years, and kept in order free of charge for ,2 years. .. BUtSSrFIELD.' - '? JEWELLER, AND OPTICIAN, 101 ELIZABETH ^STREET, HOBART,.; ? TELEPHONE ' ,385'. '' ~ ^ .

Publication Title: Huon Times
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CRUELTY TO A CHILD. FARMER AND HIS NIECE. A SHOCKING STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

CRUELTY TO A CHILD. . FARMER AND HIS NIECE.. A SHOCKING STORY. . At' ]the Bunyip Court (Victoria) last .Wednesday, before Messrs Harris, P.M., and a'Beckett and Pearson,' J'sP., a local farmer named George Nicklen was charged with inflicting grievous bodily harm on Elizabeth Bid well, 'aged 15 years, his niece. Evidence was given by Mesdames ? J T- ~T_ * ? i. ? . , vxui Ly ctuu xvuumson, vwo neigll bors,; that Nicklen was in the habit of beating the girl unmer cifully, and the case had been brought under the notice of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. Dr. Withington said he had examined the girl, who was (igvered witlj 'syelts and bruises. She had apparently \beei) subr jepted to a severe handling,. Lizzie BidweU, the girl ii* question, said her unele, Nicifleq, had chained her to the hecj for days at a time, and on one ogga* sion threatened to hang her with a rope. He had given her a thrashing with a greenhide whip. She was compelled to run away to Mrs Gully's ...

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

/i S. MARSH'S for Best Bread, v^e Birthday Cakes, Wedding Ctike§; Gcc»ds, ; ? 1 n

Publication Title: Huon Times
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A MURDERER EXECUTED. CONFESSION BY PRISONER. CURSE OF DRINK. Adelaide, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

A MURDERER EXECUTED. CONFESSION BY PRISONER. ' CURSE OF DRINK. Adelaide, Wednesday. lhe execution of John Robins, con victed af the murder of Robert Ormsworth in Moonta-street on 24th December, took place in the Adelaide gaol this morning, at 8| 1 o'clock. The prisoner bore up bravely, and met his end courageously. Death ^ was instanteous. No one but officials obliged to be present were ad mitted to the execution. ? The Rsy; John Pearce, who was the cond,omn,ed majj's spiritual adviser while awning death, \vas' i if. fpequent attend uuuu »s!ygrii,j aaysj aija sppnt many hours with the prisoner yesterday. ! Robins realised his position keenly to wards the end, and this morning, just be fore leaving the cell, he said he dare not speak, or he would give way. Yesterday afternoon the Sacrament was adminis tered to him in the cell, in company with his wife and Mrs. Turner, and afterwards he engaged in prayer till his emotions overyaijij* hirrf: He wrote several letters gratefully acknowfc...

Publication Title: Huon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
FRANKLIN POLICE COURT. LARCENY OF BICYCLES. TWO SIMILAR CASES. UNLAWFUL INTENT DENIED. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

EEAKKLro.P6LICE^ v -„v. .LARCjENY of BICYGLES. | ^ TWO' SIMILAR :CASES;. ' 1 ' UNLAWFUL INTENT' , ? w- . - DENIED. - ' ? Two . cases, very 'much similar in character, occupied the attention of;the Franklin Police' 'Court' yesterday. |Dr. Anderson and, Mr W, H.- Eonnedy-f' J's.P., presided, and Sergt. Filby prosecuted.;; In /the; first;- a boy, aged i4' -ycaas, 're- siding at Franklin, .was:.. charged.- with having stolen a bicyclff, valvod at' £9 IDs, the property oi.one James Henslow, ;f !Thd' defendant pleaded guilty, and Mr A...J. Frankcomb appeared on his behalf. In. stating .tlio case; counsel said the boy merely used^ -the ..bicycle 'as a meansjto onable him to get; to . Hobart, an,d proved that there Was no intention- of theft''on- his; part ; by-, despatching.,, the machine back to; its. owner. aboii- after he arriretl there. ' ' . ' ? The Bench-found the defendant guilty, arid orderoch hini to como up- for sentence when called upon., . 1 v., , ANOTHER 'CASE OF ' BORROW ' ' ...

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Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THE TEST RACE. GREAT VICTORY FOR SOUTHERNERS. TREMENDOUS ENTHUSIASM REIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

THE TEST RACE. ♦ GREAT VICTORY FOR SOUTHERNERS. TREMENDOUS ENTHUSIASM REIGNS. (By Our Own Correspondent). The great. inter-State eight oared championship is to -be rowed on the Derwent. This was decided on Saturday by a- test race between crews representa tive of the North and South re spectively, and an enthusiasm which, in its intensity and universal character, has never been aroused ' by any athletic event held in the State hitherto. The race was rowed on the Upper Derwent, commencing at a point near the Sorell Creek jetty, and five river steamers, all carrying' large complements of passengers, had journeyed thither to follow the boats in the great event. The general public was fully cognizant of what it meant to the Capital of the State to have the championship rowed there, and not unnaturally, therefore, an extraordinary excitement pervaded the crowds present on steamer. As the boats moved off they liberated their pent up feel ings, influential citizens and the ordinary man of ...

Publication Title: Huon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
HOW IT FEELS TO FLY. MONOPLANE EXPERIMENT. AUSTRALASIAN RECORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

ftWSCSEffiTO' ' ?' MLY. . ? ' MONOPLANE EXPERIMENT.' AUSTRALASIAN RECORDS. The first '^serious attempt at fight in a monoplane, in South Australia was made last Thurs day morning; and resulted in. -the attaiiiriieht of a fliglit'- record for Aus tralasia x and .* a ' damaged machine. ? - At .3 o'clock . .in the- morning; Mr . F.' ;H, Jones and ;Mr F.' C; Ousfeahce drove to 'Bolivar, -where- fche ..Bleriot monoplane, has ' re mained, -'since last '' Sunday's trials; and '- at abou.t V5; o'clsck ' Custan'ce. took his place in -the pilot, .seat. Afterr a sfew pre liiliinary ty/ists' of* the propeller the' machine was under way at; high speed. It rose quickly, and, using. the fences of the paddock*' as a guide, the area was-- covered thrice in rapid'/succession — a total , distance of about . thi'ee miles. - -The height attbihed was between 12ft rand 13ft, and . the machine ^vas in the air for 5min 25sec. which constitutes a dura tion record; for Australasia, ? After waiting for dayligh...

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Tasmanian Fruit Shipments. MELBOURNE PRESS ASSERTIONS. Government Takes Action. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

Tasmanian Fruit] : Shipments. y E L B p R N E P R E,S S -ASSERT IQMS,. ~ ' G.overnjnent; Tsk^-s-^cti.on.: ' The mis-statements relating to Tasmanian fruit shipments made incertainsectionsofthoMelbouvne^ Press and by. the V ic tori an Mia is t o r o £. _ Agr ic ul Sure ,- . refer re d to in . the .leading ' columns - of the '' Huo.nx T inies ' a' ' day pi; two go,' are iiow/receiving- tlie attcntton ..of '.tho Govel'rimGnt. ; It is understood: ''ithat the Government has;' called upon the officials whose duties bring thpn into, contact -with the, fruit ex pbrtof3;to furnish a';'reip6Vt as to the^accuracy or.,^. Otherwise of the assorfcions; .complained of, and as.,.'., to. wliethar'-. -the language, ; iised: in both': the J ' Argus and .'-Ago '' ^ to the effect t.hat.the apples shippod by tho Suevic were ' not; fit .to f^od pigs' Y/ith' v/afr--justiii'0d. ' ' . ' Up to the present, so far as can be ascertained* this 'report has not been received, -but as 'to the tenor of it /vyhen it ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
FROM CONSTABLE TO PROSPECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

?FROM CONSTABLE TO PROSPECTOR. At the end of tho current month Constable Jackson, -who is at .present stationed at Port Cygnet, will .depart for another sphere of labor. lie has resigned from the force with the object of proceeding to Mount Morgan to engage in mining pursuits. Con stable Jacksou was very popular at' the Port, and his departure is regretted. ' .

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THE INSPECTION HUMBUG. A SHORT-SIGHTED POLICY. GAME OF "BEGGAR YOUR NEIGHBOR." [No. 2.] [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

the' INv^OTP^ A $ H O RT-S 1 C HTE D ROLSCY. - '?' ' ' CAM E'-OF- i' SECGAR YOUR WEIGH30S.' v; .[-No. 2,]' ? In. dealing last week with the palpable anomalies with which the presont system''of -fruit in spection abounds, we .made refer ence to the short-sighted policy adoptod by.: . the . Tasmanian Governmerit In regard to the fees charged for fruit inspection. .V It wag pointed out'.': that instead, i of; attempemg to 'remove 'tne ^^-'1 positions foisted upon 'the indus- j try by. the -niainiand States under 5 the guise'of ' inspection; changes;' they accentuated the ;-evil within our own gates ? by adopting simi lar tactics.- ' ? ''The trunip' cards in. tills de partmental gam.eV. of ' '.Beggar your neighbor,' supposed to be held by the Tasmanian growers; have been up till recently,- tlio., facts that the fee charged for in spection by lasniania 'only covered v cost, . no profit being sought to bWmade 'froiii it, : aiid j thfft.'no attempt .to sneak - in ' pro- tection in evasion ...

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Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
Personal [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

.fp-er8«^§ 1 ' _ The Huon oarsmen— A, Phil lips arid P. and W. Widen — who rowed in the Southern craw in the test race on 'Saturday, returned to their homes on Mon day. . i no Jiiurr anu - uouni;ess or Meatli left Hobart for Loudon by j:ho R.M.S. Otranto on Saturday,

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Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
KNAVISH AUDACITY. A THIEFS ADVENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

KNAYISH AUDACITY. A THIEFS ADVENTURE, How Ernest Manville, who was arr rested yesterday for the perpetration of many larcenies, found time to attend his, duties as a harman and incidentally carry on a lucrative business as an 'hotel and household barber,' is a matter that \yill be inquired into at the City Court shortly. Manville, who is 23 years of age, has been a very enterprising young man, albeit his ability was misdirected. He has been wanted for some time, but he proved elusive till yesterday morning, when he made the egregious blunder of stealing a bicycle from the front of ' The Age' office. The machine was the property of Mr James Harry, news agent, who arrived at the office on it at 6.30. He had no sooner alighted than Manville pedalled away on it. and rode right into the clutches of the law, repressnted by Detectives Coonan and Lonsdale, in Collingwood. ' Why, this is good of ygu, Manville,' remarked the detectives. aWo wanted to look you up. but you have so many engageme...

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ABSONDING HUSBANDS. PROPOSED LEGISLATION IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

ABSONDING HUSBANDS. PROPOSED LEGISLATION IN . ^ . NEW ZEALAND. v The Government intend to in troduce next session ? a Biil pro viding that absconding husbands who go to Australia may be dealt with there, instead of having to be brought back to New Zea land at the cost of the wife or her relatives. I he Bill provides for reciprocal relations between the Dominion and Common wealth in regard to this ques tion.

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ESCAPED FROM GAOL. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

ESCAPED FROM GAOL. At Wellington QB Tuesday a man named Joseph Fowejjfa, while awaiting his trial ' ,at: Palmerston on several charges of housebreaking and arson, escaped from gaol. He is still at large.

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NEW SOUTH WALES. A TRAVELLER DIVORCED. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 23 March 1910

NEW SOUTH WALES, A TRAVELLER DIVORCED. In the Divorce Court on Tues day Edith' Flores Fox (formerly Cleveland) secured a divorce Walter Reginald Clarke Fox, a .commercial traveller, on the grounds of desertion. The parties - were married in January, 1894. at Richmond, Victoria, in the Anglican Church. About four! years ago respondent refused to! admit his wife to the house, and persisted in his refusal. Peti ? tioner took proceedings against Jiim. The case was settled on fiis agreeing to pay her £75 per year, and allowing Iier to take anything she pleased, from the house. After paying the first £75 respondent sold up the con tents of the house and disap peared.

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