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VICTORIAN MILITARY CAMP. A SUDDEN TERMINATION. INTERNAL FRICTION. MELBOURNE, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 30 March 1910

VICTORIAN MILITARY CAMP. A SUDDEN TERMINATION, ' ???'/??? \ --;- ' INTERNAL FRICTION;—' , Melbourne, March 28. The artillery camp at Cape Schank broke up hurriedly yes terday. The work which the Defence authorities hoped to ac complish was only half done when the men said they would have to return to town, or they would lose their billets. It seems that some friction occurred between the officers and men. ? ^^

Publication Title: Huon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Tas, Australia
THURSDAY'S SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 30 March 1910

THURSDAY'S SALE. - At our sale on Thursday we offered a catalogue of about 1800 cases. The market for most lines was depressed in consequence of the Easter holidays. Pears and bright coloured apples sold up to last Tuesday values. We sold — L in S fair No. 1. 4s to 4s 7d : No 1 and 2 mixed, 3s 7d to 4s ; No. 2 2s 6d to 3s 9d ; R.P., No. 1, 2s 6d to 5s ; No. 2, 2s to 2s 3d ; Y.P., small 3s ; PA. medium, 2s 6d to 2s 9d; D.M. fair, No. 1,. 3s; C.O.P. medium, No. 2, 2s lid ; P.B. fair, 3s ; F.B. No. 1, to 3s lOd ; No. 2, 2s 6d to 3a ; No. 3, 2s; A.P.M. No. 1, 3s 6d to 4s Id ; No. 2, 2s 6d to 2s lOd; and mixed sizes at Is 9d, to 2s 3d; M.C. mediums, Is 9d; C.E. No 1, and 2 mixed, 2s to 2s 6d; A.L.X. No. 1, good 3s 6d; No. 2, 2s 8d, to 2s I0d; A\L.F. No. 1, 2s. 3d; B.O. medium, 2s 3d, to 2s 9d ; S.L. fair 4s 8d; N.Y.P. good, 4s, and a quantity of odd iots from Is 6d to 2s. 6d per case. Pears— O.B. good, 5s 6d to 5s 9d ; medium, 4s Id, ? to 4s lOd ; small, 3s 3s 3d.B.D.C. fair, 4s 8d to 5s...

Publication Title: Huon Times
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CULWALLA II. IN A STORM. A PERILOUS VOYAGE. SYDNEY, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 30 March 1910

CULWALLA II. IN A STORM. ? A PERILOUS VOYAGE. -- Sydney, March 28. The yacht Culwalla II., which competed in the races in connec tion with the Hobart Carnival, had a rough time on her trip from Melbourne to Sydney. Mr Marks, her owner, stated upon arrival to-day that had she broached4o she would have gone down with all hands.

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MELBOURNE WEATHER. MELBOURNE, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 30 March 1910

MELBOURNE WEATHER, Melbourne, March 28. The weather throughout the holidays was warm, but pleasant.

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LIBERAL LEAGUE MEETINGS. THE FRANKLIN CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 April 1910

LIBERAL LEAGUE MEET INGS. THE FRANKLIN CAMPAIGN. In accordance with the plan of campaign * -arranged by the Liberal League, meetings -will be held at three centres in the Huon eTe.ctqratg this evening. At I§aneiag|i glemOgs a'ijii MaQfarlane wUI address' iiieefss; 1 ? to ? i_l ? jj ' ? ? ill XQrs, 4? Taii&uu yvm be delivered by Senators Dobson and Mulcahy, while electors resident in the proximity ; of Geeveston will have the opppr tupity of hearing the Atforriey Gefterkl (Hon. A. . E. Solomon). The speakers will deal with' the most momentous . Federal ques tions 6f the day, arid no elector who desires -'to understand the true position of affairs, and to glean information that should; enable him to cast an intelligent vote on election day, should fail to attend;, either ^ of the three meetings. '. : * / ;;;

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AN APPEAL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 April 1910

. ' ; A^' 4-EPEAL. ' TQ TgE '§niTOR.«. . ;';: Sir—' With your kind j)§rn}isi sion, Mr Editor; If desire to express the keen sense of plea sure I felt when reading the letter, referring to the Federal elections which appeared in your *rnliif\UlA « ft A« 'VX7* nrlvv Aorln ir v aiuckui^j vu tt ouueout last over the signature of Mr Osborne Geeves, sen. ; It con tained much matter that should provide food for very seriotfs thought for those people . who wish to see' this fertile , little State of ours progress as - she should, and as she assuredly will if she is protected against the avariciousness, the ; f deslgiiing tactics of the Australian Labor Party. As one of . the. mainland dailies aptly 'put it, ' Destruc tiveness is the chief characteris tic of this Party programme, and. the keynote of its appeal to the people.' It is a tickling satire, ffiat ii; ^oulc} pqse as the oppor nent qf peape and goodwill; an4 should elaim ( as it§ watchword the phrase, ' Nationhood ; and humanity.' Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 April 1910

Feel Weary? It's your liver. Try Overell's Little Liver Pills, Is a bottle.

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PITCHED BATTLE IN SEVEN DIALS. Forty Police Officers Engaged in Savage Combat. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 April 1910

PITCHED BATTLE IN SEVEN. DIALS. Forty Police Officers En gaged in Savage Combat. Seven Dials returned for a brief spabe recently to the evil character of earlier days. How forty policemen fought ' in a pitched battle was ? related at Bow-street Police Court, when four rough-looking men, J ohn TJntroo WilHom 'Hriflftnll Thomas Xiaj OB, f » , Nicholls, ana Cornelius Dacey, were charged with assaulting various officers and a lodging house keeper' named Charles Schultz.V ? : ; The disturbance arose outside a lodging-house in Short's - Gar dens. When^a man was refused admission a large body . of, hooli gans attacked Schultz and a ijumber of constables who were brought on the scene. Over forty. were e4? §44 §U ^orte of weapons were iise-|. Mr Muskett, who appease^ fqr the police, stated that Hayes was arrested for. fighting in Short's Gardens with a man named Alfred Seymour. He was liberated on bail, and shortly -after mid aight the rowing commenced.:! Constable Gordon was badly in jured....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 April 1910

I FOR SALE — Nice young Orchard, j from 10 to 13 acres, and 45 acres] land ; cottage, 2 rooms; 34 'mile from jetty ; water frontage. £475. A bar gain. Excellent investment — 2 Brick or Cot lages, let at 16/- per week ; £400 , over 0 per cent. Gr. H. TRAPPES & CO. PROPERTY BROKERS. ? U COLLINS STREET. . - ? WILL Person seen taking Chester field Overcoat from Ante-room, 3eeveston-hall, Wednesday evening last, please ' return it, if longer detained will cause further trouble. O. R. SCOTT, Gefevestdji P.Q. TIT ANTED at once, Boys and Gifls t V ? for Apple-Drying Factory. Apply E. Linnell, ' , ' WANTED — 5 acres land situated on Cradoc Hiil, cleared and grubbed. Apply W. McMullen, Cradoc. 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 a...

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FEDERAL ELECTIONS. MR MCWILLIAMS AT NEW NORFOLK. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 April 1910

IFEDEEAL ELEC TIONS. MR McWILLIAMS AT NEW NORFOLK. Mr' McWilliams addressed a crowded audience at, the Public Hall, New Norfolk, on Easter Monday , 'night; despite the counter attraction of the Odd fellows' social and dance. Mr H. Smith occupied the chair, and spoke of the able services ren dered by Mr McWilliams ^ to Tasmania in the Federal Parlia ment. : Mr McWilliams, who Was re ceived with cheers, replied to the ovr*nmo«fa V\£ ArvnAn r\-f aAguuivuua ui iud ui the Financial Agreement, and repeated his challenge to them to show how they proposed to raise the £240,000 if Tasmania lost that amount by surrendering it to the Federal'; Parliament. Mr McWilliams dealt' with the seve ral other y phases \ of Federal politics,-, arid was repeatedly cheered throughout his address. Mr Robt. Shoobridge proposed a vote of thanks to'th^ candidate, and spoke in the most flattering terms of his work and attention to his duty. They all knew how Mr McWilliams' had. worked for the Huon, arid everyth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 April 1910

Larger fruit crops than ever will this year be gathered in the Huon District. Such are the reports one continually hears in Hobart, and we hope, they will be true, so that it will be an easy and pleasing matter to buy our I MEN'S STYLISH v* _ / 25/ m Chesterfield Overcoats 2 5/m For thesmall sum of £1 5s. They are in Green, Grey, and Brown Striped Tweeds, and will be forwarded Freight Free ?' to any Coach Office in the Huon Apple-land. , .. ' — — o ' Brownell Bros., Ltd., Hobart. I SHOP AT OVERELL'S. 1 WHY? Because he's the one to give value for your money. He I wants your trade, and, as a special inducement to, the people of the Huon district to see the value he gives, he is offering to pay freight on all goods' purchased from him during the present month. If you want goods, value for - your money, bring or send your orders, and have them' de livered free to your home. You'll find our store no further away than the nearest , post office. This advertisement , 1 -must be produced wit...

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NEW ZEALAND. THE WARATAH MYSTERY. THE FLOATING BODIES STORY. VERIFIED BY SECOND OFFICER. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 April 1910

NEW ZEALAND. THE WARATAH MYSTERY, j THE FLOATING ^BODIES STORY. ? ^ VERIFIED BY SECOND OFFICER. The Collector of Customs -at Wesport examined on oath Mr Day, 'who was the second^ officer on the steameT Tottenham rela tive to th'e account he recently «1 — ^,4. ? V\ gave ciuuut ma otcaiiici., wxjiiuju left Durban: ten days after the Waratah, having passed bodies of human beings floating in the sea. The story he gave on oath is substantially the same as that recently published in ' The Age.' The evidence has been-forwarded to the Marine department.

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WHIRLED ROUND IN DRUM. MAN BATTERED TO DEATH. WAGGA, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 April 1910

WHIRLED ROUND. IN DRUM. MAN BATTERED TO DEATH. . WAGG A, Friday. At Mr Grogan's.farm, Green vale, Boree Creek, while a thrash ing plant was at work, Harry Kosbet, the band-cutter, a young man from Parramatta, inadver tently stenned int,-S tifl Hmm which was moving 'at the rate of 120 revolutions a minute. He - was whirled round repeatedly be fore the machinery could be thrown out of gear. When it was stopped Kosbet's right leg was nearly severed below the*knee, his thigh was torn into strips, and his body torn and lacerated. Kosbet was still conscious, hut as he could not be* taken v out of the ' drum without removing it from the machine, nearly an houf felapsed before anything could b| $ohe for him. The drum weight over seven' hundredweight an3 all the bqlts hajl to be femovect or loosened before vit could b'e die tachetl. In response to a tele PSofto message g^miltqn met . the ambulance 'party sonqe dis= tance out of Lockhart, and -Ji-J what he could to relieve the sufferer, but k...

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COMPENSATION CLAIMS SETTLED. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 April 1910

COMPENSATION CLAIMS SETTLED. At Wellington on Tuesday two i claims for £1500 each against the Wellington Harbor Fewies Limited for compensation for the death of' relatives by the wreck of the tug Duco have been settled out of court. .,

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PORT CYGNET FAIR. A SUCCESSFUL FUNCTION [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 April 1910

PORT CYGNET EAIR. A SUCCESSFUL FUNCTION ' The fair arranged by Father O'Elynn for the purpose of raising futids ii i aid bi the Catholic Church building furrd, coni eluded list night. It: was' opehed''''ii| Quigley's Ha}l ? Ojii M'onday last, 'arid th-J OTlginEjl interitioii* wag' to bring it ti-'a termination' on T^u^sday evening, but iuo ouueow tnai caaraccensea tne open ing day was so well maintained 'that' an extension was deoided upon. Business throughout tie 'five days was ' higfily satisfactory, aud a gratifying financial result is {he gu'tcqmg. ' Tqo much 'praise cannot bg beBtowed*upqri1.|ie Iadiqs who assisted at the fair. Th^y' workgef with . the same 'energy and' wiljijjgjiess $4$ characterised thjjif lai}Qf§ iij cggijpctigij with thp preliminary arrangements qf thg fair, and Its success' |Qust l»e attributed, a lafgfs measure, tg theip efferts,

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TENNIS. POMONA V. GEEVESTON. WIN FOR HOME TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 April 1910

. TENNIS; ; POMONA V. GEEVESTON. WIN FOR HOME TEAM. ; A very enjoyable afternoon was spent on the Geeveston Tennis Court on Easter. 1 Monday, when a team from the Pomona (Shipwrights' Point) Club visited Geeves ton . to try conclusions with a combina tion from the local club. TKia KainfT fUo flFaf in a Geeveston Club has taken part, some of the home players naturally felt a little nervous at the beginning, but this feeling soon wore off, and most of the sets iftrere contested very enthusiastically. During the afternoon the ladies pro vided tea and refreshments, which were very much appreciated. The match ended in favor of the Geevestonites, who seemed much elated by the success which attended their first - effort. . However, the visitors have hopes that the tables will be turned at the re turn match, which will be played at an early date. ? The Pomona Club was represented by Misses J. and E. Inches, -L. Geeves, and Mr Churcher, Messrs J. and F. Griggs, E. Inches, and H. Churcher ; w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 April 1910

The Butterfield Lever IS known all over Tasmania as absolutely the best watch obtainable at a reason- ' able 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. . x . ' ; A. BUTTER WELD, 7 JEWELLER AND OPTICIAN, 101 ELIZABETH STREET, HOBART. ? r TELEPHONE 385. v

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ELECTION MEETING PLOT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 April 1910

ELECTION MEET ING PLOT. An electrician named Edward Ponton, who played some new style Guy i^awkes antics on a roof ,a|: '1 a Romford (England) election meeting; ''was v leniently dealt with at the; local q6urt re rifin+.lv j $££ Biroodbank stated that he presided1 at' a njeeting helc| in the Corn Exchange in support of Sir John Bethefi. When Major Cleneral §ir john Turner was speaking a bag of flour dropped from the roof upon a well-known local lady. She fainted and had to be medically attended. A few seconds later another bag came down, and bursting' on the plat form table scattered the contents over General Turner and Mr Short, M.P. for Newcastle, who was speaking. Defendant was caught on the roof with two other bags and gunpowder intended to burst the bags betore they fell. This was part of a plot to disturb the meeting. Mr Broodbank, however, said he was willing to accept the apology which had been offered, but thought the Bench should express a strong opinion. The Chairman said...

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SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 April 1910

SKIPPING. The s.s. Paloona, from Sydney, arrived at Hobart at 3.50 p.m. on Thursday. She j . sails on the return passage at 9 p.m. on - Monday. - - The s.s. Manuka left Hobart at, mid day yesterday for New Zealand ports. - ' The s.s. Westralia, arrived st Sydney early yesterday morning. She leaves there on, Tuesday next, on the return - ? trip.

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FRANKLIN WATER SUPPLY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 April 1910

FRANKLIN WATER * ? .. SUPPLY. . TO THE EDITOR. . Sir, — Once .again the urgent necessity for a water supply . for Franklin is being pressed home upon the residents with accen tuated force. I read with 1 in terest a letter in your columns a week or two ago referring to this matter, and suggesting that the members of the Council, as the elected representatives of the ratepayers, might find time to. think out some scheme and submit it for £i-- p'roval. But the continued official silence concerning the question seems to indicate that tnig appeal of your qorrespon dent, like many 'others' 'that preceded it, has fallen upon a deaf ear. It is not by any means the first time an important question has been passed aside without even reaching the stage of ' consideration;' I would reT spectfully ^suggest, J^r Editor, that you' ask for somg explana? tion regarding tliis indifference. In the meantipae sopae ratepayer, who has some definite , know= ledge of the sources from which an adequate supp...

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