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INQUEST ON AN INFANT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 April 1910
INQUEST' ON AN INFANT. A coronial inquiry concerning the death of the male infant child of Phlliip and Amelia Helm was held at the Picnic Hotel, Huonville, on Wednesday, before Mr W. J. Thomas J.P. Evidence was given by the mother and father of the deceased infant, and Mrs. Wagg mid wife, to the effect that the child died six hours after birth, After hearing the evidence of Dp, Anderson, the coroner returned a yerdict in acgordanee with the medical testimony that dpath was due to natural cases, '
MILITARY MASQUERADE. SCOTSMEN RESENT A JOKE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 April 1910
MILITARY MASQUERADE. SCOTSMEN RESENT A . - JOKE. ? ? A volunteer camp is being held - -at Liverpool, and a- day or two ' ago some pretty manoeuvres were - spoiled through a section of the . Scottish Highlanders becoming ? bushed. Subsequently some . humorists of the St. George's . Rifles tnnkfid nil their trousers. donned blankets 'for kilts, blewj penny trumpets for bagpipes, andi - marched up and down in imita-j ? tion of- their northern friends. I The Highlanders simulatedi amusement, and tried to regardl the pantomime as an English . joke, -but, emboldened by the ap plause of the crowd, the mas ?- queraders encroached % on the Scottish lines, and repe'ated the ? performance. This was more than Celtic blood could bear. With a wild yell ' the pipers dashed from their tents, followed by the men of the regiment, in one fierce Highland charge. They scattered their adversaries, tore from 'their backs the blan kets and trappings, and dipped a few of the Southerns in buckets.
THE FEDERAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 April 1910
THE FEDERAL ELECTION. To-night, at the Town Hall, the elec tors of this part of the Franklin Electoral Division will have the oppor tunity of hearing addresses by the two retiring Senators — Messrs H. Dobson and E. Mulcahy. Both these gentlemen are able speakers, and have a wide know ledge of Federal affairs, and as it is announced that this evening tney win deal with the most important of the Federal questions that are agitating the pnblic mind to-day, no elector who wishes to obtain a true and clear con ception of these matters should fail to attend the meeting. Never before in the history of the Commonwealth have the issues presented at any election been of such vital importance as those which are to be decided on £the 13th instant. Therefore it is very necessary that the electors should, lose no opportunity of ascertaining exactly what they are asked to vote upon. The mission of the speakers this evening is, first, to give an account of their 'Stewardship ; and, secondly, to add...
THE SUEVIC FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 April 1910
THE SUEVIC FRUIT. A statement made by the Minis ter of Agriculture, and published ha another column, officially con firms the announcement made in the last issue of the ' Huon Times,' that the action taken by the. Government in connection with the slanderous assertions made concerning the conditiou of the fruit shipped by the Suevic has been hung up by what appears to be a regrettable exhibition of red tapism. It ap pears that the only person in the State from whom the informa tion required by the Tasmanian Government to form the basis of their future action in the matter can be - obtained is the State Collector of Customs. That officer has full details of the fruit shipped in his possession, em bodied in a report furnished him by the Inspector, but for some reason, which is inexplicable to us, he has 'declined to disclose the contents of the document ' without the authority of his Minister.' This atfcitud© ig cer tainly very extraordinary, ajid seems to be as unnecessary as it is i...
CONCERT AT FRANKLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 April 1910
CONCERT 0 AT FRANKLIN. A concert organised by a committee of ladies for the purpose of ? raising funds to purchase goods and materials for disposal at the Catholic Church Show to be held on the 22nd and 23rd inst., took place at the Franklin Town Hall- on Thursday evening. The hall was well filled, and an attractive musical DTommma was sub mitted. The audience marked their ap preciation of the different items by vociferous applause, and by demanding encores from several of the per formers. Those who contributed to the programme ? were as follows : — Overtures, Mr W. P. O'Callaghan and Miss McGarry ; songs, ' Come Back to Erin,' Miss Kathleen O'Callaghan ; ' Honey Boy,' Mr H. Dayton ; ' The Swallows' and ' The Holy City,' Miss Florrie Walter; 'Take me Back to Bgndigo,' Mr Perry; ' I'll Be With You WHqi^ thg Roses Bloom Again,' Miss Vera B'rindl^y; .'Ora Pro Nobis,' Mr Scarry Dayton; 'I# Happy Moments,' Miss'¥flj]ny'Ryan ? ''Old gal, Jim,' Mrs O'Cafiqghai], Comic' 'iteujS \y§'r§ rende...
Current Topics. REV F. B. BETHUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 April 1910
Current Topics. BEY F. B. BETHUNE. It is Isarned that the Rev. F. g. Bethunej who sustained a nasty injury to his knee through being throwi] fronj his vehicle on Saturday last, js progressing favourably, though it is understood that it is still uncertain what is likely to be the period of his incapacitation. One thing is certain — that every resident of 4-V» r% rlie+ri^f ixriaKaa lii'm fl cnoorlv to_ -?overy. tjntil Mr Bethune is able to resume his clericai duties Rev. A. H. Evans, B.A., the curate 'at St. David's Cathedral, will acj as locum tenpns. ,fje is exr pected to arrive at Franklin tprday, aijd will be the gue§t of ifr H. Howard.' He will conduct early morning at service at Franklin to-morrow, 11 o'clock service at Ranelagh, and the evening service at Franklin.
THE CAMP FIASCO. NEED FOR AN ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 April 1910
THE CAMP FIASQO, NEED FOR AN ENQUIRY. The remnant of the Field Ar-j tillery who stuck to their guns at Mornington on Monday night, entrained in the early hours of the morning, and arrived with their horses and. guns at the South Melbourne and Caulfield orderly rooms before noon. Pre sumably the district comman dant will have an enquiry held to ascertain who was blamable for the disgraceful fiasco whereby the four days camp was reduced to two davs, and public monev was absolutely wasted in convey ing troops to and from the isolated camping ground without giving them a decent course of instruction while , enpamped. Lack of organisation, such a§ was experienced on this occasion might be/ expected of a body of! boy scouts who have not the ad^i vantage a military training isi supposed to embody. That a body of trained troops, with permanent! as well as militia officers respon^ sible for the arrangements, should be guilty of such mismanage ment is most discreditable, As Monday was a holid...
W. AUSTRALIA. SMALL-POX OUTBREAK. ANOTHER CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 April 1910
W, AUSTRALIA. SMALL-POX OUTBREAK, ANOTHER CASE^ A telegram was re ceived last night by Dr. Norris, Director of Quarantine, from Western Aus tralia, stating that another third class passenger, who had been lajaded at Woodman's Point Quarantine Station, had become infected with small-pox.. PERTH, Tuesday. A third class passenger by. the Otway, who is in quarantine at Fremantle, has developed small pox in a modified form. He was vagiijated $hg day the Otway ar rived, ' ' V , . . i '. ' ? '? : 1
QUEENSLAND. SOME NARROW ESCAPES. FOOD SUPPLIES RUNNING SHORT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 April 1910
QUEENSLAND, SOME NARROW ESCAPES.. FOOD SUPPLIES RUNNING SHORT.' Advices received at Charle ville from places down the War rego, state that the late flood far. exceedsjthat of 1890. Fears are entertained thdt all stock de pasturing anywhere near the river must be lost, but the water is still too high for inspection to be made. The flood-waters reached tne Dack or i annahouse, situated on the railway line, two miles from the river, on the high side. A carrier, named Hinchy 1qs$ sgveral valuable draught h9r§es tferWf h in ihe River.' Tfee ?J-hargqnpndah coach-driv@r yppgrts tliat he had a narrow escape froip Jqsi^g his i life and mails in the Ward Rivpr. i He was blocked by the floods there, and took refuge 'with a selector, named Rose. The water rose mt. during tne nignt, and they had to hurriedly seek higher ground, the liouse being inundated. Reports of losses of stock keep coming ttf hand,. At Cunnamulla the Warrego River continued to rise till Friday morning, and is now falling. O...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 April 1910
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CUT OFF BY THE TIDE. THRILLING RESCUE BY COASTGUARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 April 1910
CUT OEE BY THE ;K TIDE. THRILLING RESCUE BY COASTGUARDS. Thanks to the heroic conduct of the coastguards, the rescue of two visitors from the cliffs at Hillsborough, -near Ilfracombe' (England), was effected last month. TMV Mialla an win+ov- ing at Ilfracombe, accompanied! by a lady friend, was walking along the shore, and when under Hillsborough discovered they were cut off by the tide. T-hey climbed the cliffs and made signals of distress. Two boats, put out to the rescue, but were unable'; to, land owing to the heavy 'Sea. ,. The coastguards then went t'o the top of the hill with life lines and a cliff ladder, and descended the precipitous cliffs over 300ft. CAa,stgi*avd Taylor brought up the l^dy, and Coastguard Haynes the gentleman, amidst the cheers rvF rrvQr*ir mui Jr , Art is long, but wjii&ta are. frequently eljprt* - ' 4 .
STEAMER'S RAPID DISAPPEARANCE. ARRIVAL OF THE TUG. PERTH, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 April 1910
STEAMER'S RAPID DISAP ^ ' PEARANCE. ARRIVAL OF THE TUG. Perth, .'Friday.' - After striking the rock, very little time ela.psed before the Pericles con^encgd to go? down. Shg wa^- 'al}sgrve4 tOSHlfc tiea^ dqwh^^S:1*, The boats were, oom iiy.ssiohed,' and passengers . and crew were landed in a remote and uninhabited part of the coast. . - Arrangements. were made immediately for the tug.Monura to proceed from Bun bury to the scene of the wreck. She ar rived there yesterday and took, oh board all 'the passengers and crew. ? It: is. Q5*. pected.. that she will lai}c| at Fre mantle n^ornirig.
PERICLES FOUNDERS. COLLISION WITH A ROCK. PASSENGERS AND CREW SAFE. VALUABLE CARGO LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 April 1910
PERICLES FOUNDERS. COLLISION WITH A ROCK. PASSENGERS AND CREW . SAFE.' - . VALUABLE CARGO LQST. . Cosiderable consternation was caused in shipping circles in Hobart yesterday by the receipt of advice, brief though it was, that the Aberdeen liner Pericles, which left Hobart on March: 22 for Melbourne, en route 'te Londoa with fruit for the English' market, had foundered off the Western Australian coast. ? -The first news of the disaster was very vague, even the identity of the vessel not being known. A large steamer was observed to be in danger of sinking. .by the ' Cape Leeuwin lighthouse-keeper;, who immediately made the news* known- to .the nearest postal officials. v- The lighthouse-keeper reported as fol lows ' A large steamer with four masts and yellow funnel is in distress. She is flying urgent signals, which we are . un able to distinguish. The vessel 'is six miles to the south of Cape Leeuwin. Boats are leaving the -steamer. Tl}§ stern is well out or tjtie A signal qf -^wq f...
MOSQUITOES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 April 1910
MOSQUITOES. The mosquito pest, with which Aus tralia throughout is more or less gene rously afflicted, provides a subject ' in which everyone is to some extent inter ested, and concerning which all are at odd limes irritated. How to abolish the mosquito is a question which is puzzling -entomologists and other scientific persons all over the world, for there is n»w no known habitable part of the earth's sur face that does not grow mosquito food. England, it is . said, knew ' nothing of mosquitoes till her inhabitants developed a love for bananas, when the insect put in- its appearance simultaneously with the tropical fruit. That this was the original introduction of the mosquito to Great_ Britain seems very doubtful— in- deed, it savours more of an excuse — for mosquitoes abound in both hemispheres from the tropics to Polar recions. Cer tainly Sir Ernest Shackelton's records made no mention of them at the Antarc tic, but their absence from those lati tudes may be accounted for by rea...
HOBART PASSENGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 April 1910
HOBART PASSENGERS. The following patsengers joined the] Pericles . at Hobart, bound for London : — Mrs and Miss Penrose, Mrs, Miss and Masters Brewis (2), and Mr Sutton, .- , A bodyguard of seven stalwart detec tives has been appointed to vatch over the personal safety of Mr Rockefeller. Employed ostensibly as butlers, garden ers, and coachmen, the members of the ' richest man's ' bodyguard were speci ally sworn in as deputy sheriffs with authority to carry arms and powers of police jurisdiction over the famous Pocantico estate, --vliere Mr Rockefeller spends the greater part of the year. Their duties are to guard tho approaches to the estate from undesirable -'ai^d picious characters, ? 'a^' tQ prevent I annoyarjqp 't-®£hQ ^ oil king' by inventors I »n^,roranks, L ' ? ?' . ?;
A BRIDE'S MISFORTUNE. TROUSSEAU AND PRESENTS LOST. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 2 April 1910
A BRIDE'S MISFOwRTUME. TROUSSEAU AND PRESENTS LOST. Melbourne, Friday. A young . lady named Miss May McNaughton, who embarked on the Pericles, at Melbourne ' for Pretoria, 'where she was going to be married is, perhaps, the most unfortunate of the passengers travelling on the ill-fated steamer. She lost all her belongings in cluding her., 'trousseau and wedding presents. .- Before starting on the- voyage refused an offer made by her father to insurb all hergoods. ' : 1