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IN A STRANGE LAND. IMMIGRANT GIRL'S SAD STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 6 April 1910
, IN A STRANGE LAND. IMMIGRANT GIRL'S SAD STORY. A girl immigrant named Flynn had a sad story to tell at the North Sydney Police Court on Thursday last. She was charged with having abandoned her child, aged 15 days. The child was found in the Roman Catholic Church at North Sydney on March 15, and was sent to the Waitara Foundling Home. It was stated that Flynn was dis charged from the Royal Hospital for Women with the baby on March 14 Accused, ^lio sobbed throughout the court proceedings, was committed for trial. Before leaving ? the court the young mother stated that she had been only three months out from Eng land, and. had no friends * in Sydney. She was so ill that when abandoning the baby, she did not realise what she was doing. Next day she went to the church with the view to re covering the child, but it had gone. In reply to the magistrate, Flynn stated that she left home in England in order that ? her people would not know of her trouble, and came out as an immigrant. ?
METHODIST CHURCH. HARVEST THANKSGIVING SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 6 April 1910
METHODIST CHURCH. HARVEST' ' T^ANKSGiVING SERVICES.' . Largo congregations attended the annual thanksgiving Services held at the Methodist Church, Franklin, . on Sunday last, In the i Huon, a harvest thanks giving service is usually a good index to the fertility and productiveness of the district, and on Sunday tho display -vyas well in keeping with the general rulja. The church was adorned with a splendid assortment of harvest fruits of all species which combined to make a truly magnifi cent display, indicative of the' bountiful season the producers are now enjoying. All the fruit was generously donated by members of the Church and their friends. Tho services, both in the morning and evening, wprp conducted ;by Rev. L. E, Bennett, and hymns appropriate to the occasion were sung. On the following evening a Harvest Social was held in tire church, at which there was a large attendance. An at tractivo programme of musical items was rondored, following which the fruit was sold by Bruce ...
Current Topics. UNCERTICATED FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 6 April 1910
Gurront . Topics, i UN CERTICATED FRUIT The Minister of Agriculture (Hon. A. Hean), is in receipt of the following cable from the Minister of Agriculture in N.S.W. — ' Largo number of cases of fruit arrived by the Westralia, unaccompanied by an Interstate certificate. A con cession will admit, but please publish in your -newspapers that further consign ments not accompanied by a certificate will be refused admission.
THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 6 April 1910
THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. ' The services* at Franklin and: Huon- I ville in connection with the Congrega tional Church on Sunday last were I conducted by Rev. W. P. Graham,^ of Chatswood,' New South Wales. On Sunday next Mr ' Graham will hold a ?thanksgiving service, and a similar ser vice at Huonville on the, following service.
DEPARTURE OF THE ORONSAY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 6 April 1910
DEPARTURE OF THE ORONSAY. After a stay of some weeks in the Huon, the steamer Oronsay left Hospital Bay on Sunday for Calcutta with one of tne largest shipments of timber that has i left Tasmania in one ship. She took I 2,009,369ft. sleepers for the Indian rail ways, shipped by the Huon -Timber Com pany, Ltd., at Esperance, Southport, and Hospital Bay.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 6 April 1910
KEMP & DENNING, The Up-to-Date TIMBER MERCHANTS .' Still lead the way for . . . . QUALITY, PROMPTNESS,' & CHEAP. ' NESS IN EVERY LINE. - DOORS, SASHES, JOINERY, DRY FLOORING. - Largest Stocks T. and G. PINE, all sizes, in the State. ' ' ' . KEMP AND. DENNING, .- ' r TIMBER & JOINERY MERCHANTS, . Melville Street. . ' -/ For Every Description of JOB PRINTING : Try The _ ^ 'HUON TIMES.' Printed and published by 'the proprietor's. ? -The Huon Newspaper Co. Ltd., at their office, Franklin', Tasmania.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 6 April 1910
? ? i A MESSAGE TO THE MEN OF THE HUON. ' . . : BEST & CO. . ' V:''' ^ .. — N ' ? ON YOUR CLOTHING QUESTION. ' Yes, the riglit kind of s Clothings for Men and Boys, for orchard or mill worker best wear. Best & Co, can- supply you what you want by post and guarantee you satisfaction. BEST & CO; take all the risk, and here positively guarantee to refund your, money and pay BOTH CARRIAGES if you are not entirely satisfied. You can' shop just as safely by letter as you could .if you called yourself. Men's Denim Trousers, just the kind for orchard work, 2/6 and 2/11 pair ~ Blue Denim Double Knee Extra Strong Trousers, 2/11 pair Grey Denim Extra Strong Double'Knee Trousers, 3/6 , ' Mole Skin Trousers, perfectly freo from dressing, 3/11, 4/6, 4/11, 5/G - ' \. . Men's Shirts for work, 1/3, 1/6, 1/11, 2/6, 2/11 , ? Under Flannels, large sizes only, 2/6, 2/il Men's tasmanian made Under Flannels, best quality, 3/11 , * Socks for workers, extra 'strong .military kind, 6d...
BEAUTIFUL SHOPGIRL'S FATE. Missing Many Days After a Ball. ATLANTIC MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 6 April 1910
BEAUTIFUL SHOP GIRL'S FATE. \ Missing Many Days After a Bali. , . ATLANTIC MYSTERY. : .After attending a dance at Atlantic City, the Brighton of America, a pretty eighteen-year-old girl, Miss Jane Adams, mysteriously disappeared (says '.Lloyd's Weekly') and chiefly because she was so extraordinarily pretty, and her portraits having been published everywhere, the entire country has-been ransacked for a full week to discover her whereabouts, more particularly . because a marriod man, who escorted her to a dance, dis appeared just about tho same time. On Monday the girl's body, still clad in the filmy ball gown, and with a diamond ring on her finger, was washed up by XI. _ -* ? ? ? ? J-1 ? 1. tue luy waves upuu ui City, and upon her forehead was a wound which, the doctors saj, was caused by a sharp instrument, wielded by the assail ant on the night Miss Adams disappeared. She was only a shopgirl, but because she was so exceptionally pretty, says the ' Telegraph,' most of the people in ...
INTER-STATE EIGHTOARED RACE. DEPARTURE OF HUON MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 6 April 1910
INTER-STATE EIGHT OARED RACE, DEPARTURE OF HUON ? MEMBERS. '? The two Huon oarsmen — Percy Wicks and Alf, Phillips — seleoted in the crew that is to represent- Tasmania in tho Inter-state Eight-oared Championship, leave to-day for Hobart to enter upon their preparation for the great event. They will go into training forthwith under the supervision of Mr McKenzie, who acquitted himself with such dis tinction as the coach of the Southern crew which won the recent North v. South test race. The Inter-state Championship will be rowed on the Derwent on the 30th of the present month.
THE SUEVIC FRUIT COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS SILENCE. AN AGGRAVATING DELAY. HOBART, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 6 April 1910
THE SUEVIC FRUIT COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS SILENCE. v AN AGGRAVATING DELAY. Hobart, Tuesday. Upon enquiry -at the Depart ment of Agriculture to-day it was ascertained that the Government has not yet received from the State Collector of Customs the information it applied for con cerning tee condition of the fruit shipped in the s.s. Suevic for the English market. The Minister of Agriculture (Hon. A., Hean) stated that he understood the State Collector of Customs had applied to his Min ister in Melbourne for aavfehcmty to furnish the details required, but no reply has yet been re ceived. It' qouid not b§ as certained how long the Govern ment intend to allow this agravat ing delay :to continue without taking further action. ~
A SISTER SHIP. TO BE READY NEXT YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 6 April 1910
A SISTER SHIP. TO BE READY NEXT YEAR. The Themistocles, a now ship, which is being, built for G. Thompson and Com pany, Limited, the 'owjier? the ^%r: deeri ' Jibe,' jyyiil 'sa^r on' lipr' first' trip to Australia in February, 1911. ' ' She is being . specially fitted to carry chilled beef from Australia. She will be a sister ship to the Aber ' deen liner Pericles, 10,925 tons, which was wrecked off Cape Leeuwin on Thursday last.
HOBART FRUIT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 6 April 1910
HOBART FRUIT MARKET. 0 Messrs A. G. Webster and Son report as follows : — At our sale, on Thursday we offered 3800 cases of apples and pears to a large attendance of buyers' The. depression in the other States was reflected here and the prices generally were weaker, particularly so for medium an.d inferior and over ripe lots for which it was difficult to get bids. W e sold : — N.Y.P., best 3s 3d to 3s 7d ; No. 1 and 2 medium, 2s 9d to 3s 4d ; gjod No. 2 to 3s, L. in ,S. well coloured clean, 3s 6d to 5s 3d; good No. 1 and 2, 3s to 3s 6d; P.A. to 2s ; R.P. very- dull, best 2s 7d ; A.P.M. medium to 2s 9d ; B.C. medium, to 2s ; D.C. medium 2s 2d to 2s 3d ; ALX. Is lOd to to 2s 6d ; M.F. fair, 2s^ 4d to 2s 4s ; F.C. No. 1 and 2, 2s 9d to 3s 6d; A.L.F. to 2s; S.P.M. good, medium to 3s 3d, seconds, to 3s ; J.O.N, medium, No. 1 3s *to 3s ; gooa inoi ana 6, as Da ; u.m. to 2s. Quinces medium, 2s 4d; F.C.P. to 3s ; and a large quan tity of inferior and odd lots -from Is, 3d to -2s lOd per cas...
MAINLAND FRUIT MARKETS. SYDNEY. SYDNEY, April 5. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 6 April 1910
MAINLAND FRUIT ? MARKETS. 4 \ SYDNEY. ?; SYDNEY, April 5. Tasmanian apples td-day sold as fol lows : — Alexanders, 3s to 5s a case ; Ripstones, 2s fid to 4s Gd ; Codlins, 3s tp 3s 6d ; FC, 5s 6d to 6s. Pears : — Tas- manian, B.B., 8s a case ; BDC, 6s to 8s ; Gansell's,^ 8s ; ditto, small, 6s. Toma toes — Tasmanian, 43 tp 5s a case. Plums — Tasmanian, Is 6d to 2s 6d a case, Peaches — To 5s 6d a case. Quinces — 2s to 3s 3d a case.
A PASSING STEAMER. SIGHTED PERICLES OFF OAPE LEEUWIN, DISTRESS SIGNALS NOT SEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 6 April 1910
A. PASSING STEAMER. SIGHTED PERICLES OFF OAPE LEEUWIN, DISTRESS SIGNALS NOT SEEN. The master of the steamer Strathfillan which reached Bun bury on Friday, reports sighting the Pericles off White Top Rocks which are a fevf miles qast 6j d'Entrecasteux Point, hotween tfiere andigiiffy Hea4 It apr pears that the Pericles passed the Strathfillan, and she :was then steering an inner qonrse. The Strathfillan was ? about eight miles from the shore, and her captain reckoned that the Pericles was - fully four miles further in than his vessel. The Strathfillan did not lose sight of the Pericles until after the lunch hour, and she still seemed to be making a very close course in shore. The Strathfillan steamed after the Pericles well out on her port quarter astern, and kept her in sight for some time. The danger she seemed to be'rvmning in getting so close inshore be came greater as time passed by, for she was making great head way towards Cape Leeuwin and its many attendant dangers in the sha...