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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. DENISON. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

HOUSE OF REPRESENTA ; . -,TrvBS.--: ^????- ;;??.:.?.:,.-. ? ' '0 denison.- -?:.: :^^; Smith ... V.7 -'707^ .;?'-? Simmons... ... '5097 ?-' ?????-????-?? ^FRANKLINV^^ McWilliams . ... -5456 Shoobridge .... ;4847 These returns also are incom plete, but1 the position' of the candidrtes may be accepted as final. The voting in the 'Huon was as follows : Huonville: McWilliams 280, Shoobridge 61. . F.ra-nk'lin :'' McWilliams 214, Shbobri'dge 144. Castle '' Forbes Bay, Upper Huon, and Grqve : He Williams 185, Shqqbridge, 65. L.qvett : , McWilliams |77, §hqo,bridge 32g. ? ' ' '? . G§eves1;on :' M;cWilliams 189, ? Shoobridge 152, DARWIN. Fisher ? 3623 O'Malley ? 6210' BASS. Jensen ? 6548 Starrer ? 4937 WILMOT. Atkinson ...~ ... 5213 Wilson ? .' 4150

Publication Title: Huon Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

A REAIilbdlfFbRT FOR ? HtJON FOLKS. WINTER will be upon usbeforewe are aware 6f.it. PREPARE, PROVIDE & PROFIT BY Winter Comfort Offer to Huon Ladies. A Long Fashionable LADIES' WINTER COAT in pretty grey Scotch Tweeds, all the go this season, edged with velvet, 'posted carriage paid to any home in the Huon for . \ ?'?18/6. A marvel of value. Send size of bust and length required, with postal note for 18/6. We will gladly refund money, and pay carriage both ways to anyone not entirely satisfied. This is a fair deal. You have the 'goods ; try it on. If not what you want,. and more for the money than you ever ? had before, pack it up, Bend it back, we will refund your money without any argument. To get this Coat at- , ??18/6 ? ; You must either mention the - ' Huon Times ' in iyour letter or when you call. j i ?;? WE BUPPORT^OUR PAPER SUPPORT US BY A TRIAL. Our value is ahiad of any in Tasmania. We want Jo trade with Huon folk. ''. ? ''. ??' . - '*'- ? ??'??' '? ' ' '

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

Births, Marriages, Deaths Advertisements under these headings, are published at 3s per insertion. Every notice for insertion must be authenticated and bear the name and address of the sender.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

. /\(~^ AN you pare, core and slice up \S wv apples at the rate of 6 per nJ? -& minute ? ; &- /f If not, we have a' little machine *V N^ which will do it for you. . ' S?P ^fc Put an apple on it; and by turn- &, /f ing the handle it simultaneously o^ nS? pares,- cores, and slices it up. n$? &S And the price is only 2s 6 d. X£- ^y '* By shopping with us . -^ /ft, YOU SAVE TIME A X and MONEY, and % nJ? gain satisfaction. -$- SOn all orders for £1 and upward, /2\ accompanied with payment, we \^ will prepay steamer freight. -§- -£- Our goods landed on your ^ J}f wharf will cost no more than the ^ \5- lowest city prices. ^ A SGARt??S HAPPY HOME- X -§- g^AKPC S- STORES. # -ji- Complete House Furnishers, -Sfe- X 107 and 109 Elizabeth St., Hobart. X

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

NOTICE. TO THE RESIDENTS OF FRANKLIN AND ) SURROUNDING PARTS., . : 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. Ma crow & 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 Mfssus A. Macrow & Son's Pty., Ltd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

WATSON BRQS,' ] . ELIZABETH AND. WARWICK STS. j ? MQNfSiBNTAL' MASQNS. 1 Granite, Marble, and Freestone Monti; ] ments and He.adito,neg ig all Design?. Iijecrintiofls Engraved. - t Send for Besign.8 agd Prices. j -; ? . — . — ; ? ?—- ? : — : ? . ? \ The RUBBER STAMP CO. i 116 COLLINS STREET. ] Supply Every Kind of Rubber Stamps, ?j Easy Sign Markers, Inks, Pads, Figures, j Linen Markers, Indelible and Quick Dry j ing Inks, Etc. . ! Country Orders promptly attended to by \ \ ?? ? PjDSt. . , : j - — — ' . . . . . - ; ; - !^= :| FRUIT MERCHANTS AND COM :] MISSION AGENTS. Telephone No. 3891. - ] G. Woolf, 1 WHOLESALE FRUIT MERCHANT j ,AND,COMMISSION AGENT. \ ? ' .'' | Head Office:;' ]'' No. 1 WESTERN MARKET, Melbourne, | Branches; j No. IS QUEEN Yiei!QR?A MARKET i and '.-.? \ SOUTH MELBOURNE MARKET. . .{ A Trial Respectfully Solicited. i Top Market Prices secured and prompt j a/c sales rendered. Advances arranged, I if required,, against consignments. . - I References— The Leading Whole...

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KILLED BY HORSE'S KICK. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

KILLED BY HORSE'S . KICK. John O'Callaghan, 57 years of age, who resided at Melton, received a kick from a horse which proved fatal. Late on Saturday night last O'Callaghan was walking along a footpath in the township, when a horse, which was wandering about near the footpath, kicked him in the abdomen. The injured man1. was conveyed to his home, and early on Sunday morning Dr. Leger Erson, of Footscray, was telephoned for. The doctor found v that the injured man was in a very low state. -. O'Callaghan lin gered all the day, and died early on Monday morning.

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THE POLLING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

THE POLLING. The detailed results of the poll were as follows : SENATE. ... Campbell ./. 1830 Dobsori... ... : 21.170 Long ... ... 28.479 ? Macfarlane' ? ;.. 21,590 ' Mulcahy ... 21,940 O'Keefe... ... 28,558 Ready ... ... 27J558 Though the returns are not yefc complete, no alteration can be' made in the^ positions of the leading candidates. The voting in the Huon sub division was as follows :— Huonville: Campbell 13, Dob son 266, Long 68, Macfarlane 256. Mnlcahy '269/ O'Keefe- 62, Ready V60r Informal $£'' ? '?/ Franklin ; ' Campbell . 2,5, Dob son 197. Long 154, MacFarlane 182, Mulcahy 208,' O'Keefe 172, Ready 139. Informal 18. Castle Forbes Bay, Upper Huon, and Grove.; Campbell 9, Dobson 176, Long 74, MacFarlane 177, Mulcahy 176, O'Keefe 72, Ready 71, Informal 8.

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BUGGY AND TRAM. ANOTHER COLLISION ON SYDNEY ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

BUGGY AND TRAMV ANOTHER COLLISION ON SYDNEY ROAD. At about 20 minutes past 7 .o'clock last Sunday evening Mr James, manager of the Coburg horse trams, was driving a buggy southwards along Sydney road. -( When near the corner of Winning street tne venicie collided witn a tramcar proceeding in the oppor site direction. ? The. vehicle was ''upset, and Mr James and Mr Hooper (of the St. Kilda livery stables, who was with him, were thrown out. They were picked up and taken to the surgery of Dr. A. Ratten, where it was found . that Mr James had a serious ctit at the back of his head, while his chest was also injured. Mr Hooper escaped with minor in juries. The solitary occupant of the front seat of the dummy had a narrow escape.

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FEDERAL ELECTIONS. A HEAVY POLL. LARGE LABOR MAJORITIES. VICTORY FOR ORGANISATION. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

FEDERAL ELEG .i..-v TIONS. ': A HEAVY POLL. LARGE LABOR MAJORITIES. VICTORY FOR ORGANISATION. The Federal elections /were held on Wednesday last, . and, though the returns are not yet complete, there is very little likelihood of any of the positions held by the different candidates being altered. It may, therefore, betaken that the State will be represented in the Senate by three Labor men, and in -the House of Representatives by three Laborites and two Liberals. The result of the election cer tainly conies as a rude shock to the thinking section of the com munity. It is an, undoubted victory for organisation, and will doubtless convince .those who support the Liberal move ment that the time has now passed for spasmodic prepara mencing shorbly before, election day. The poll was an unusually heavy one, and no doubt, when the full returns, are in, will, in some respects, create a new record for the State, But, despite this fact, a very large portion of the electors, numbering many tho...

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NEW SOUTH WALES. OBSERVED AT SYDNEY OBSERVATORY. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

NEW SOUTH WALES. OBSERVED AT SYDNEY ?.':??- OBSERVATORY. Mr W. R. Raymond, officer in charge of the Observatory, re ports that he 'picked up' Halley's comet with the ll^in telescope about 45 niinutes before sunrise on Monday morning. Previous attempts to observe this object during the past week were frustrated owing to the preva lence pf clouds and fogs about daylight. Observed through the dawn it did not appear a brilliant object, and it will be some days yet before proper observations can be made of it. Through the telescope it seemed about as large as an eighth magnitude star, and is, therefore, still invisible to the naked eye\

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HALF-ACRE OF FLAME. REVOLVER SHOTS SAVE FIRE IN TIMBER-YARD. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

-fiALF-ACRE OF FLAME. REVOLVER SHOTS SAVE FIRE IN TIMBER-YARD. . About half-past 2 o'clock on Monday . morning a fire t broke out in a timber-yard at Camper down, owned by Messrs Sydney Edwards, and raged for an hour, destroying many thousands of feet of valuable timber, the great part of which was stacked during the past week. The fire was discovered by a night watchman, Edward Kell, who saw flames proceeding from the feed-room in the north ern corner of the yard. . The Globe Fire Brigade was., soon in attendance, and was quickly fol lowed by others. The firemen attacked the flames from three hydrants, with six lines of hose. .tsy tnis. time me wnu.it) yttiu was well alight. The. timber con sisted of stacks from 6ft. to 10ft. high, piled over an area of nearly an acre, in the midst of which was a sawmilling plant. Forty firemen were engaged, and they succeeded- inputting off half the stack, but a large quantity ofc valuable flooring and other tim ber-was destroyed. In one corner of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

Our Boys. ?? Take care- 01 the Boys.'the men can take . care of themselves. . - . OF HOBART, . , Were lookihg after the . BOYS when Mr Best was buying largely at the Melbourne Warehouses at hugely reduced prices (owing to the coal strike), in order to provide men and boys, from the Oldest Man in Hobart to the- 'Finest Toddler with WARM WINTER OVERCOATS. Warm Overcoats in FLEECE CLOTH, double-breasted, for the wee toddler of 4 years up to the little schoolboy' of 8 years, in fawn, car dinal, maroon, olive- and myrtle greens, navy and royal blue, at fes 6dj 7s 6d, 8s 6d, 9s 6d, }Gs §d, Us 6d, 12s 6d, 13s '6d,'14s 6d,15s 6d,'16s Bd.1 Small size in Tweed Reefer Coats in fawn ' and grey, for boys'qf 4 years, 3s lid. J'pr Boys from 8 years to 14, Warm Ghesitejrfjel^ Qyercqat^) in d.ark a,nd ligh± twpeds, 7s lid, 8s lid, 9s lid, 10s lid, 12s lid, 13s 6d! 14s 6d, 15s 6d, 16s 6d. NOW FOR THE YOUTHS. Handsome Chesterfield Overcoats, in dark and light tweeds, all youths' sizes, 12s 6d, 13s 6d,...

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TASMANIAN POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

TASMANIAN POTATOES. The Victorian Executive Council (says the Melbourne 'Argus') yesterday is sued a belated proclamation repealing a previous order of August 18, 1909 — which prohibited absolutely the importation of potatoes from Tasmania;— and announc ing that potatoes from that State oan be introduced to Victoria subject to regular tions. These regulations have been in force already for two 0? three months. They permit .importation on condition that the potatoes come from a district which is free from Irish blight, that they .are in new bags, and that they are ac companied .by- a certificate declaring them to be free from disease.

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Inter-State Items. (From our Exchanges.) VICTORIA. ADVENTURE WITH SHARKS. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

Inter-State Items. (From our Exchanges.) victoria: ADVENTURE WITH SHARKS. Three anglers, Messrs J. Hord, W. Cox, and T. Graham, had ? rather an exciting adventure .while fishing near the West Channel pile light, Portarlington, on Sunday. The fish were biting very freeiy, when suddenly three sharks, measuring about 15ft each, put in an appearance. Several tempting baits were thrown into the water, and one of the sharks, in. turning over to secure one, presented a good target. Mr Hord succeeded In ? lodging a bullet from a Lee Enfield rifle under the fin, which caused the shark to 'sporj' in a very lively manner, making the water fly up. to a height of 20ft. The shooter managed to put in a second bullet into the monster, which, it was believed, finally settled him, the body rolling over and sinking to the bottom.

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HUON TELEGRAPH SERVICE INTERRUPTED. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

HUON TELEGRAPH SERVICE INTERRUPTED. As a result of a break in the Telegraph line beyond Huonville, all the stations in the Huon, south of that point were cut off from communication with Hobart for several hours yesterday. The repairers were promptly despatched and locating tho damage towards evening restored communication. It is understood the interruption was due to a poll falling.

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BLOOD-POISONING FROM SIMPLE CAUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

^BLQOD-POISONING FROM SIMPLE CAUSE. Dr. Cole, district coroner, opened an inquest at North Wil liamstown on Monday on the body of Christina Laura Doig. aged 5 years and 10 months, who died from blood-poisoning on OUllUaV. XiO.liDl giviug \ia.ij iigvjoo sary order for the remains to be interred, the qoroner adjourned the enquiry to a date to be fixed. On Easter Monday last the child was knocked down a cyclist, and her knee cut. When she went home her mother applied hot fomentations to the injury. The knee swelled, and poultices were applied, Then Dr. H, Roth Maclean was called in. In spite of his attention, blood-poisoning set in, and the child succumbed on Sunday,

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BENEFIT SOCIAL Tendered to Mr B. Loveli. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

BENEFIT SOCIAL Tendered to Mr B. Lovell. A benefit social and dance, promoted by the U.A.O.D. (Huon ville Lodge) as a benefit to Mr B. Lovell, whose home was recently burnt, was held at the Upper Mountain River Hall on the 1st inst. . ? A large number of people greeted the Druids on their arrival, accompanied by a coach load from Huonville and Rane lagh. P.D.P. Bro. W. ' Albury officiated as chairman, the duties of M.C. being carried out in an efficient manner by the secre tary, . Bro.. Stanley. The first item was an overture by Mr Gorkeron? of Sydney,' After a lengthy programme of 'singing, recitations, and dancing, supper was handed round by the ladies. During the evening th§ Chairman thanked the audience for the liberal support they had accorded the lodge in gucll a deserving case, and said special thanks were due to the trustees of the hall, who had granted it free.. The proceeds of the evening amounted to £6' 3s 3d, Bro. J, Talbot also handed in £5 9s 3d, collected by him in va...

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CARBOLIC POISONING. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

CARBOLIC POISONING. Mrs Rachel Love, a widow, aged 68, residing &% 30 Melrose street, North Melbourne, took a dose or phenyle (carbolic acid) in mistake for cough medicine at about midnight on Sunday. Dr. Brpyer was called in, and after treatment Mrs Love recovered.

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CONGREGATIONAL THANKSGIVING SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Huon Times — 16 April 1910

CONGREGATIONAL THANKSGIVING SERVICES. The Thanksgiving Services in connec tion with the Franklin Congregational Church were held on Sunday last, being conducted by Rev. W. Graham. The in terior of the church was decorated with a beautiful supply of fruit and vegetables, generously donated Dy memDers or me congregation and frionds. On the fol lowing evening a- social was held, at which the following programme was rendered :— Song, Miss Monica Morris ; recitation. Miss Kennedy ; song, Master Ronald Barnett ; vocal duet, Miss Rar nett and Rev. W. Graham , violin solo, Mr Les Griggs ; recitation, Mis3 Ken nedy, song, Rev. W. Graham ; cornet duet, Mjesspg gatchelor and H. Allen; vocal duet. Miss H, Burnett and Rev. W. Graham ; spng, Miss Moiu'oa NeErjs, At the conclusion of the social the fruit and yegpt^blgg displayed in the church were offered a^B. Jiicg t^ctioVahd sold readily. To-morrow Rev. W. Gjfabjanj will con duot Thanksgiving Services' at Huonville, botjh morning and evening. ' ...

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