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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 13 April 1910
? . - ? . i ~TS known all over Tasmania as absolutely the best watch obtainable at a reasd J- able outlay — specially designed for hard rough wear. The price is 20/-, and[ is guaranteed for 23 years, and kept in order free of charge for 2 years [ ? .- * A. BUTTEEEIELD,.,. jfj 'JEWELLER AND OPTICIAN, 101 ELIZABETH STREET, HOBART. [ s - » . -, . I TELEPHONE 385. . . , - ., - - ' '' f
Current Topics. UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 13 April 1910
CEfiprant Topics*'. UNCLAIMED LETTERS. .?'??' - '.. 'With a view to facilitating the return of unclaimed letters, the Postal Depart ment has issued a notice draNving the attention of the public to the desirable ness of envelopes of all letters bearing an endorsement showing the address to which the same should be returned in the event of their not being claimed within a period of not less than seven days. ? - -.
MEETINGS AT FRANKLINS [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 13 April 1910
MEETINGS AT FRANKLIN. It is somebhlng novel for Frank. Hn, and bespeaks an un usual activity in political matters, to have two largely attended political meotings the same.'' evening. Such -was the base in Iilranklin last night, Senator Mulcahy and Mr W. J. Me Williams addressed a large and enthusiastic meeting at tlje Town Hall. Both speakers were ac'- corded a cordial reception, and their speeches, which dealt with Federal matters generally from the Liberal standpoint, were punctuated . by continued out bursts of applause. The Labor Party held an open au- meeting on a vacant allot ment Vjear. the,, Federal' Hotel, Addresses in advocacy of the Party's cause were delivered by Me-831-3 A! J. Nettlefolcl and Martin, and i« this case also both speakers were well re ceived,
FRANKLIN ROWING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 13 April 1910
FRANKLIN ROWING CLUB. 7- On Friday next a ' clinker practtce boat,' built by the famous boatbuilders, Messrs Edwards and Sons, to the order of the Franklin Rowing Club, is expected to arrive, at Franklin. Hitherto the club, when requiring to prepare any crew for ' sliding four ' contests, has been obliged to borrow a boat for the purpose, but henceforth they will not be depen dent upon the generosity of outside' kindred organisations.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 13 April 1910
NOTICE. TO THE RESIDENTS OF FRANKLIN AND SURROUNDING ' PARTS. £ . . . - y« I beg to notify that I have severed \ my connection with Messrs Williams Bros., of Elizabeth Street, and have taken over the -management of Messrs A. Macrow & Son's extensive warehouse, Liverpool St., Furniture Manufacturers, etc., and trust by strict attention to business, coupled with civility, to be favored with a fair share of public patron age. F. C. KNIGHT, Manager Messrs A. Macrow & Son's Pty., Ltd. '? Sight tested Free at Overall's City '- * - Pharmacy. Perfected Fit Guaranteed. NOTICES.. .,-,-. - -- P JOBBING DEPARTMENT. '~ ' :We desire to inform our readers that we - * are prepared to undertake all kinds oi Jobbing Work, and trust that the resi dents of the Huon District will accord us „ their support in this department.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 13 April 1910
g? -M--^-M--§-M-3--§--§--§-3- ^^/'^lAN you pare, core and slice up 'X' NyV apples at the rate of 6 per nJ? ^jk minute ? ' ^$^ ^ If not, we have a little machine \ ? xj? which will do it for you. n8? £s Put an apple on it, and by turn- ^ y? ing the handle it simultaneously p^ nJ? pares, cores, and slices it up. s$y ^- And the price is only 2s 6d. -&- -& By shopping with us ^- -£- YOU SAVE TIME /L X and MONEY, and ^ 4jp. gain satisfaction. ^^. SOn all orders for £1 and upward, -&- accompanied with payment, we V' will prepay steamer freight. -jj? /JS Our goods landed on your ^jk y^ wharf will cost no more than the jS N^ lowest city prices. ^JP ^ SCARR'S HAPPY HOME X* -§- OV^AKK S STORES. -§- -$- Complete House Furnishers, -§- X 107 and 109 Elizabeth St., Hobart. X vj- -- . -§? -^-^-^-^-M--^-3--$--§--3- Births, Marriages, Deaths Advertisements under these headings are published at 3s per insertion. Every notice for insertion must be authenticated and bear the nam...
FRUIT STEAMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 13 April 1910
- n FRUIT STEAMERS/ The Orient Liner Otway, is due at Hobart on Sunday. Following her' the next of the special ' - fruit Iteamers due, is the Federal Houldershire Liner Suffolk! which leaves Sydney on Saturday for Hobart, where she is due to arrive on Tuesday. „- - The P. and 0. Coy's Morea, is due at Hobart on the 23rd inst., and she will be followed by the White Star Liner Runic, -jsrhich'is due on the 24 inst.
SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 13 April 1910
SHIPPING. The s.s. Westralia left Hobart at 1 a.m. yesterday, for Sydney, taking just over 39,000 packages of fruit, -which is the largest shipment ever takjen to the main land. The s.s. WaTrimoo from Melbourne, is due at Hobart to-morrow night. She : will sail about midday on Friday, for Ifew Zealand ports. TheB.s. Lauderdale, from Port Huon, arrived at Melbourne on Monday after noon. The 8.s. Paloona, from Sydney, is due , *at. Hobart to-morrow. She will sail on ' , Monday night, on the return trip,
THE VICTORIAN CAMPAIGN. FUSION MAJORITY ASSURED. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 13 April 1910
THE VICTORIAN CAMPAIGN. - ? FUSION MAJORITY ' ; *_ 'ASS. URED. ?'?* (From our own correspondont). MKuCOUHNE, Saturday. The elections are very close at hand, and amongst those who follow the same feeling 13 mining very high. How voiv small a section' of 'the community docs I realjy iutercst 'itself, ' you would hardly credit. To put down tho enthusiafts at 10 per cent, of the population is generous, but 10 per cent, of the population of Mel bourne is over 50,000,. and that number of pecplo can make an amazing noise. And, as regards uproar, the 50,000 are very ably assisted by detachments of larrikins, who wander from meeting to meeting de manding three cheers for 'Labor,' — which is good of them as labor is a thing they mortally hate, counting one-two or any unpleasant epithet that occurs to them. The Labor leaders have not chosen to put down rowdyism, so. they must think it pays. Prssumahly they are the best judges. Thc3e of us who don't know much of the hooligan are disposed to thi...
POINTS FOR ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 13 April 1910
POINTS FOR ELECTORS. It is important for electors to remember that the Hare sys tem does not apply to the - Federal elections to-day. What is required of you is to place a cross in the square opposite the name of the candidate you wish to see elected. Do not place any other mark on your ballot-paper . or you will render it invalid. , You must vote for three for the Senate ; and not more than ? ? three. i - n The th.r§e Senate candidates 'who stand fqr liberty and security in State Finance are - — Dobson, Macfarlane, and1 Mnlcahy. The ballot-paper oh the Financial Agreement', will be blue. PUce^a cross in the square opposite the word ' Yes.' If you vo£e against the Financial ' .Agreement you destroy the independence of'ihe £jtate, . and court bankruptcy for it. Its .acceptance means financial security ; , ?- its .rejection the risk of insolvency. - The .:e.lector who ??neglects, to vote i^- failing in one of -'his most . sagred ,' obiigatiqns to the Statf.'.iii'_vjr]iicK'ijfer*|:i\r§...
Empire's Fruit Production. Lecture by Dr. McCall. Interesting Statistics. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 13 April 1910
Empire's Fruit 1 Production. Lecture by Dr. McCall. Interesting Statistics. The continued efforts of the Agent General for Tasmania (Dr McCall) to disseminate abroad knowledge of the wonderful resources and fertility of this State, is conveyed by the news of fjhis doings which came to hand by the latest English mail. Ac cording to an exchange, he recently de livered a lecture before the London Society of Arts on the fruit production of the British Empire, with special reference to the superiority of the Tasmanian apple as compared with that produced in other countries. ' The growing of fruit,' said Dr. McOall, ' is quite an aristocratic occu pation, and in most countries a highly profitable one. Speaking for the State I know most about, where the growing of apples is made a very special business, quite small orchards return handsome incomes to their owners, The official estimates of returns supplied to m.e from Tasmania show a profit of about £40 per acre from apple-growing, so that...
LARCENY FROM A HUT. CHARGE AGAINST A BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 13 April 1910
LARCENY FROM A HUT. . - CHARGE AGAINST A BOY. A boy, aged 15 years, named Albert Bester, was arrested on Sunday last by Trooper Harmon on a charge of stealing from a hut situated at the Upper Huon a numbgr 'oi articles valued at 2s, the property of one Robert Smith. '' ' - '' ' ' ' s xne- goous stolen, memaea, a tin of jam, a mug; a- ball of twine, a c;andle, and matches. Besteir appeared before. Warden Frankcomb a* .? the Huopville Court on Monday,' an if 'on the applicateon of Trooper' Harmon was remanded for eight days,
BUSH DISTRICT NURSING. Lady Dudley's Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 13 April 1910
BUSH DISTRICT x/. nursing... .;,- Lady Dudley's Scheme. A circular relating to the bush district nursing scheme inaugu rated by Her Excellency Lady Dudley has been received by the Huon Council from the \ National Council of Women/ qf Tasmania. It states that the' object of the. project is to provide properly trained nurses in country dis tricts, and continues : — ' In order'to start the movement on a satisfactory and effectual basis we should be pleased if you will help us. by sending answers to the following questions : — (1) Do you think suck a movement likely to be, beneficial in your 4isi;rict, and would the services of a. skilled sick: nurse be re^ garded as necessary and advan tageous ? (2) If a nurse was sent to your locality, could ac commodation be obtained for her where she would be within reasonable distance of the sur rounding districts, and in as central a position as possible? (3) In case of accident or. illness in outlying districts state how the nurse could be convey...
STATE SCHOOL HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 13 April 1910
STATE SCHOOL HQLIDAYS, Tqis week's ''jTasmanian Government ] Gazette ' contains the ngw regulations as to holidays in Statp schools.. These comprise ; four weeks at Christmas,' ber ginning with the Monday preceding Christmas Day, the Director being' able to grant a holiday on the previous Fri* week at mid-winter, orio weelf; at Mitiliaplmas, and the public holidays hot included In the above, viz., Anniversasy Day; the lung's I?iri;])day, and Price of Wales' ']3irtliday;''fl:lg9 special holidays gazetted by the whole of the Sta\p.. Thjj Board of Adviuc may not grant m'6re than three days' holiday in eg.ch year for a school picnic or treat, a local show, or a local festival. Under no circumstances will teachers bo permitted to close the school* when a holiday is proclaimed on account 6f horseraces. If special cir cumstances so 'requires! J.eaphers may be called upon tb^'give their assistance on days OH wJlich^Jhe schools are usually closed, \
VALEDICTORY. Speeches by Reriring Councillors. Tribute to Council Clerk. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 13 April 1910
VALEDICTORY. Speeches by Reriring Councillors. **? Tribute to Council Clerk. I ? ? . y The last meeting of the Council prior to the approaching municipal elections - was held on Monday last, and the War den and reti ring Councillors took advan tage' of the opportunity to make some valedictory remarks. Warden Frankcomb thanked the Coun cillors for the courtesy they had at. all, times shown him while he had occupied the office of Warden. He had tried to carry out the duties associated with the ? office as he thought .they should be, and. he appreciated the co-operation he had received from the Councillors as a whole. He trusted those members of the Council who were seeking re-election would be returned to continue the ^ood work ?which tney had done in the past. (Hear, ; hear). The' Council,1 he thought, had good _ reason to congratulate itself upon the work it had. accomplished. Among other things, they had been largely in-' strumerital in getting fairly large sums of public money exp...
THE POLLING BOOTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 13 April 1910
THE POLLING BOOTHS. To-day the ' electors of the Franklhfc Electoral Division, in common with the rest of the electors 1 of the Commonwealth, will be- called- upon to do their duty at the ballot-box. The poll will, commence at 8 a.m., and the various booths will remain open till :7; p.m. Imme diately after closing the ballot boxes will be conveyed to Huon ville, which is the chief polling place in the Huon sub-division of the electorate, and there the ballot-papers will be counted. The result of the scrutiny will be forwarded, by hourly returns,. to. the- Chief Electoral Officer for the State (Mr P. 0i -..Douglas) 'at Hobart. ?_'?'. Nobody can vote at any of the polling-booths^ in this subdivi sion, excepting Huonville, Loyett, and 'fteeveston, unless they are qn the roll for the Franklin electorate. Any per son whose name is on the roll for any other electorate can vote at the three places named..
UPPER HUON STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 13 April 1910
UPPER HUCN STATE school.. . '? ? ? ; At Monday's me.eting-of the Board of Advice, Cr. Skinner stated that the head master of the Upper Huori gtate School (Mr Wright) had asked him to request the Municipal Council to instruct then Health Officer to inspect the school building named and report upon it, par ticularly on the matter of its ventilation. It was decided, on the motion, of Cr. Casey, seconded by Cr Heron, that the attention of the Education Department be drawn to the matter, and asked to take some action in connection there with. . ? '
FRUIT SHIPMENS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 13 April 1910
FRUIT. SHIPMB.NS, As an outcome of the recent deputa tion to the Government, two; additional inspectors li^ye been appointed to deal with the fruit lodged on the Hobart Wharf for export. The Director of Agriculture is making personal investi gations into the -matter ot inspection, with a view, it is said, to seeing what further assistance can' be extended to fruit shippers. Doubtless he will dis cover many instances where improve ment is sadly needed,' and it is to be hoped that he will take the necessary steps to -remove the evils. ' ._
SPRAYING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 13 April 1910
v SPRAYING. The report bf the Fruit Inspector sub mitted to the Huon Council at its Monday's meeting showed that most ? of J;}ie orchards were looking well after the cpdlin. nioth, and that beneficial results had accrued where spraying wjs carried out. Counciller Ryan said that, seeing thp Council was causing various experi perimonts -jn spraying tq b» earned out with a view 'to ascertaining whe'tjiorit ? would be desirable to make 'it compulsory next year, a full report should bo ob tained from tne inspectors as to the results obtained. It was decided that this be done. The Warden said that from the reports already received it appeared that very good results had accrued from, spraying.