HE APPLE -EXPORT TRADE.
MEETINGS OF "FRUITGROWERS
will be held as under: -
PORT CYGNET-HALL, Wednesday,
June 7, at 8 p.m.
UPPER HUON, Thursday, June 8. RANELAGH, Friday, June 9.
NEW NORFOLK, Saturday, Juno 10/"2.30
And other Centres at later dates.
These meetings will be held to explain in detail the proposals ot H. JONES AND CO. LIMITED to improve the conditions of the Tasmanian Apple Export Trade under piactioal Co-operative Principles, without growers' liability.
Apples under the proposal would be shipped and distributed throughout the United Kingdom by growers' representa- tives, with savings guaranteed to equal at least the usual shipping charges.
H. JONES ANDCO. LIMITED.
HE- LANSDOWNE - CRESCENT
NOTICE OF GENERAL MEETING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a GENERAL MEETING of Shareholders
thô Lanfldowne-crescent Institute Limited will lie held at the Institute, Lansdowne-crescent, on THURSDAY, the Fifteenth day of June iustamt, at 8 o'clock p.m. '
OBJECTS OF THE MEETING.
1. To confirm the resolutions passed at
' tbe General Meeting of Shareholders
held at the Institute on the Twenty ninth day of May last.
Dated this 2nd day of June, 1905. By order, _
'_u_ A. SOWBY,_SecrotaTy._
THE ADJOURNED HALF-YEARLY
MEETING of THE WOMBAT TIN MINES, N.L., will be held in the TOWN BOARDROOM, QUEENSTOWN,
THURSDAY, Juno 15, 1903, at 7 o'clock
P-m- JOSEPH E. BRIGGS,
Legal Manager. MEETING of Mark Lodge, This Evor
ing. at "7.45 o'clock sharp. Installa- tion of W.M. and Investiture of Officers. All M.M. Masons invited.
°LONG-STANDING SORES OF EVERY
KIND, ECZEMA, PILES. ULCERS, AND ALL SKIN AFFECTIONS.
THE BEST ANTISEPTIC HEALER
PRICE, 1/6. POST, 2d. EXTRA. MANUFACTURED ONLY BY
W. J. C L E W E R,
Black, White, Cream Natural, anti Black
Tipped with White.
Tbe Fcatbers wo offer you cannot bo bought for twice the money ia nnr other house. They are tile Beat Value ever offered In Australia. Buy To-ditjr.or write for one. SeuU 5s. Postal Note. Cool«: Nntarnl Boas, 30s Length 1J yards.
MILLER'S FEATHER SHOP,
tar. Bourke & Swanston 8t., Melbourne»
Also nt The Strand. Pitt St, Sydney.
nioBtratcd Price List Post Free,
Mention Hobart "Mercury." . I
PROSTRATION, ^ DANGEE 0P
"ROö X RAT. ION » AFTER SERIOUS ILLNES3.
In the majority of cases EXTREME EXHAUSTION supervenes after Ina CRISIS of a serious illness has safely passed. Nature demands an almost instantaneous RESTORATIVE to quickly regenerate the current, whereby the flickering flame of life can bo sustained. The danger of COLLAPSE is imminent. Thanks, however, to COLEMAN'S WINCARNIS, this disability need no longer exist. It 6hould be given in small, but ott-repeaied doses, and the improvement
is manifest in no time.-Over 6,000 Medical mon approve it.
"WlNCARNISv" THE IDEAL TONIC. \
COLEMAN'S WINCARNIS is very beneficial in NERVOUS HEADACHE, - ANEMIA, MENTAL DEPRESSION, and BRAIN FAG. A Most Delightful Beverage, Delicious in Flavour. Builds, Braces, and Tones the Entire System.
A. P. MILLER & SON,
CHEMISTS, HOBART. Agents for COLEMAN AND CO. Ld.. NORWICH, ENGLAND.
the most simplo of construction, have tower part6, less complicated, and produis» more power tor their size than any other engine ever constructed. They need LESS attention, aro ABSOLUTELY FREE from all unpleasant or dangerous features. Reqniro NO SPARK OR FLAME to keep them going. Use nothing but ordinary KEROSENE. Each H.P. requires but one gallon tor tea hours of steadv running. They have NO VALVES, NO AUXILIARY, or COMPLI- CATED attachments, NO ELECTRIC SPARKING devices to get out of order, NO FLAME, NO VIBRATION, NO ODOUR. lu Older to popularise tho "INTERNATIONAL" Engines, wo havo decided to givo a very LIBERAL DIS- COUNT to the FIRST TEN purchasers. If you wish to participate in this bonus, writo us at once. DO IT NOW. Tho "International" is ]ust what1 you nant. WE GUARANTEE EVERY ENGINE. Don't forget that the FIRST TEN buyers get an enormous bonus. DEHLE, BENNISON, AND CO., 132
Co Urns-street, Hobart.
O W RE
SATURDAY, JUNE 3.
St. Andrew's Cricket Team : Premiers of
Sunday .School Association. GENERAL BOOTH. Miss Mildred Taylor.
BARNES BAYi-SIMMONDS BAY, from
THE RECENT TEMPEST AT LAND'S
END-The Barque Khyber driven ashore-Turned to driftwood in Ten Minutes. _
INSTITUTE FOR DEAF MUTES AT _SUMNER (New Zealand).
THE COURSE FOR THE LIVERPOOL
GRAND NATIONAL STEEPLE- CHASE.
EMPIRE DAY AT THE SCHOOLS
The Governor and party at the Cen- tral and Model Schools.
IN THE HOBART BOTANICAL GAR-
Mies Gwladys Ward.
A TOUR ROUND THE WORLD-Cob
letiz-Tho Rhine and Mosel Rivers. TE HONGI-The Maori Salutation.
Sawmilling in the Scottsdale District. Olga and Zoe Stacey.
AN INGENIOUS REMINDER - Four
Tasmanians who met in Berlin.
THE PRINCIPA L~~LITERARY CON
Serial Story-"The Aerial Burglars," by
James Blyth, Chapters 8 and 9.
Short Story-"The Betrayal of Chrresie" A Magnetic Survey of Japan. Aquatics.
CHILDREN'S HOUR.-Competitions for
June-Honours Competitions-Corres- pondence - Competition Stories - Poetry, "Borrowed Trouble," "Will
tho Ship Come Home?" "Tho Con- queror, "A Question," "The Monoy , it's."
Commercial. r- .
! CRICKET-The Australian Eleven
Cricket Chatter. j Empire Day.
[FARMERS' FACTS, by "Appleblossom"
-Correspondence - Operations for Juno-Swine Fevor-Prolific Shrop- shire Sheep-^-Quality of Milk-Horses
. rubbing thoir tails.
FOOTBALL GOSSIP, by "Forward"
Results of Matches.
! Golf-Northern and Southern Notes.
¡HORTICULTURE - Kitchen Garden,
Flower Garden, Greenhouse and
Household Hints. Here and There. Lacrosse.
I LADIES' PAGE-Gossip-In Fashion's
Realm-Ladies' Letters: Hobart, Launceston, Melbourne, and Sydney. I Latest News. -
| Latest Shipping.
Lawn Tennis (Northern and Southern
I LEADER- Great Naval Engagement.
'SUB-LEADERS-General/Booth in Ho
barU-Light Weights-The Rule of tho Road-Tho Civil Service Associa- tion.
| LITERATURE - Literary Notes-Some
Magazines-Brief Notices. [London Letter.
.LYNX"-Echoes of the Day. I Melbourne Letter.
Miscellany-Wit and Humour, Music and Drama.
Mysterious White Races. North-Weatern Notes. New York Letter. Quoits.
Scientific and Useful. Sunday Reading. Sydney Letter.
Telegrams- Australian, British, and
The A«ent of Man. The Flax Crops. I TURF NEWS
Turf Gossip, by "Tam o* Shanter"
V.R.C.-South Australian Jockey Club-Local and inter-Stato Meetings -Northern Sporting Notes (by "Gal tee Moro").
Victoria League. '
War News. ' West Coast.
ELICIOUS for breakfast - "Pine- apple1' Bacon. Try it, and you'll
tako no other.
THE 67th ANNUAL EXHIBITION
will bo held on
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1905,
at the Association's Yards, Campbell
Splendid Entriß, have boen received for Merino Shrep, Sliic-psluro Shcop, Hunters and Hacks, Agricultural Implements, and Trade Exhibits. Excellent Accommodation for Visitors in Pavilion and Reservo. Af- ternoon Tea. Booth and Luncheon Rooms under the competent supervision ot R. J. Oakley, of the Cleveland ItoteU Libera1 Train Fares and concessions on all lines. For particulars tee Railway advertibo
JUDGING DAY. JUNE 13.
C. F. PITT, Secretary. June 7, 1905.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST, Brown Fur Necklet, between 6|
and 8 Saturday Evening. Reward. Elsie CofcUgo, l18 Uarringlon-fltraot.
LOST, Saturday, between Elizabeth and
Smith streets. Fur Necklet, brooch in lining.; Reward._lii6 Liverpool-etroot. LOST, between Gore and Molle s±neet6.
Season Ticket S.T.F.A" No. 6. Re- ward. 140 Macquario-etreet.
L"OST, Sunday, Walking Cano, initiale
H.J. and E.Q.O. Please return Free-
mason's Hotel. Reward._
OST, Silver-mounted Black Leather ^ Purse. Reward. Johnston and Miller. LOST. - Lower Sandy Bay, Collie",
answers Laddie. Reward. H. S.
lkin, Sandy Bay._
OST, Gobi Brooch, Saturday Night, I Liverpool-st. or Fark-st. M. Prahm, McVilly and Little's._.
I JIGS specially fed. Bacon perfectly
- cured, for BUTTON'S "Piaaipple"
Bacon and Hams.
OM THE FACTORY TO YOUR
NO MIDDLEMAN'S PROFITS.
BUY T0TO BOOTS
NO MELBOURNE OR SYDNEY
RUBBISH IN STOCK.
JUST'OPENED, A BIO SHIPMENT OF
LADIES' AND GENT.'S s
J. N. POOL .'
DOES THE LARGEST BOOT BUSINESS
LOW CASH PRICES AND HIGH QUALITY GOODS, DOES IT ALL.
. 95 ELIZABETH-STREET.
148 LIVERPOOL-STREET._ lUMMER FLOWERING BULBS
GLADIOLUS.-'*THE BRIDE," pura
snow while flowers, charming for bou- quets, tables, etc.; 2/S per dozen.
GLADIOLUS GANDAVENS1S.-A limit-
ed number of Souchot's superb French strain, grown by oursolves from mag- nificent named varieties. Highly re- commended; 9/ per dozen.
MONTBRETIAS.-Graceful spikes of
scarlet and golden yellow flowers, 2/ per dozen.
LILIUM AURATUM.-Japanese Golden,
rayed Lily. Flowering Bulbs Gd to 1/
ANEMONES and RANUNCULI for
Spring Flowering. -
CRESWELL'S SEED STORE.
80 Collina-st. (opposite TottorBalTa).
DYER. SCOURER, and DRY CLEANER. S ID
Stimulate the Liver to healthy action,
cure Headache, Constipation, In-
digestion, etc., etc.
Boxes, 1/. Po9t^Free._
F. & E. CRISPS
OR ANY OTHER BUILDING
| LARGEST STOCKS. LOWEST PRICES.
Head Office, Melville-st. Phone, 83, Í56.
I THTT H O' S HALLAM?
Why, Jack, don't you know TOM I HALLAM, of tho Hallam Cycle and Motor Company? Ho is THE Man to go to if you want the BEST BIKE on the
market. NO HUMBUG. '
. No third grade scrap iron..but will 6up. i ply you with a Sound, Up-to-date Bike
from .£10/10/, with 12 months' guarantee. |
All Repairs executed with promptitudo and despatch. The address is
THE HALLAM CYCLE AND MOTOR I
65 LIVERPOOL-ST.. HOBART.
_RAILWAYS. _ I fi OVERNMENT RAILWAYS.
DERWENT VALLEY EXCURSION. / WEDNESDAY, June 7.
Day trip tickets, at 1/6 first, 1/ second | class, will be úsuod to Derwent Valley Lin« stations by tiain leaving Hobart at
CAMPBELL TOWN SHOW. WEDNESDAY, Juno 14.
Holiday Excursion tickets will be issued j io Campbell Town from Míiin and Fingal Line stations on 12th and Kith June, also by morning trains on 11th, available for
return till 19th June. Journey may not ]
CHEAP DAY TRIP.
On Show Day, «Jay trip return ticketh at single iancs (usual minimums) will be issued to Campbell Town by Express train leaving Hobart at 8.10 ajn., due Campbell Town 12.4 p.m. Return tram leaves Campbell Town at 4 33 pjn.
JOHN M. MCCORMICK,
MOUNT WELLINGTON AERIAL
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that it is the intention of ARNOLD WER- THEIMER, of Bellerive, in Tasmania, to apply to the Parliament of Tasmania during the session to be holden in the year of one thousand nine hundred and five for leave to bring in a Bill, of which
the following are the general objects,
namely : -
1. To authorise the said Arnold Wertheimer to construct an aerial or other systom of railway for the purpose of carrying passengers to and from the Springs, Mount Wellington, and the Pin-
nacle, Mount Wellington.
2. To provide for a lease of the land necessary for the construction of the said aerial or other system of railway, and to apply thereto the provisions of the Rail ways Clauses Consolidation Act, 1901.
The said Bill will contain all clauses usual in Bills of the like nature, or deem- ed proper for enabling the said Arnold Wertheimer to carry out the purposes and objects of the said Bill, and all mat- ters relating thereto.
Dated this 22nd day of May, one thou- sand nine hundred and five.
IS DRAWN TO THE
MATHER & CO.'SI
WE AEB OFFERING, AT REDUCED
Ladies' Tweed Jaekete, at 6/11, 7/6, 9/11, |
LJ/6, 16/6, 19/6, to 29/6
Ladies' Fawn Jackets, 7/6, 10/6, 12/6, 19/6,
Ladies' Black Cloth Jaokote, 3/11, 7/6, ]
l¿f6, 15/6, 18/11, 19/6, 25/, to 55/
Ladies* Black and Navy Dross Skirts,
Children's Jacket», 3/11, 5/6, 7/6, 12/6.
Children's Mackintoshes, 6/11, 7/6, 9/01,
12/6 . >
Ladies' Mackintoshes, 10/6, 12/6, 15/11,
WE WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION
OF CUSTOMERS TO THE GOOD ASSORTMENT OF -
Ladies' Sealetto Jackets, 48/9, 55/, 67/6,
95/, A3 10s
Ladies' Black Soalotto Mantles, 65/, 95/. Ladies' Black Silk Velvet Mantles, 42/6,
15/, 49/6, 63/, to J36 10s
Ladies' Black Velvet Jackets, Trimmed
Applique, 55/, 65/, 72/6, 9o/, to X1 10s. Ladies' Black Silk Jackets, 52/6, 65/, 95'
Ladies' Black Voile Dress Skirts, trim-
med and lined with Silk, 95/, 99/.
Ladies' Black Voile Skirt». 29/6, 35/, 42/,
Black Cloth Skirts, 12/6, 13/11, 14/9, 17/6,
19/11, 25/, 27/b
Ladies' Rainproof Cloaks, 19/11 bo 25/.
WE HOLD A LARGE AND VARIED
< ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies' Umbrellas, with the most fash-
ionable handles, and of reliable quali- ties Prices, 2/6, 2/11. 3/6, 4/6, 5/6, 5/11, 6/3, 6/11, 7/6, 8/3, 9/6, 9/11, 10/6, 11/3, 12/6, 13/11, 14/9, 15/6, 15/11, 16/6, 17/0, 18/9, 19,6, 21/. 23/6, 25/.
Gentlemen's Umbrellas, 6/9, 9/11, 13/11,
MATHER & CO.,
03 and 95 LIVERPOOL-STREET
A FEW ITEMS OF INTEREST TO ALL
LANOLINE -We are offering a splendid
line of Lanoline (best quality), at 6d
SOCKS - We aro offering a Eerviooablo
make in Children's Cash Socks, in Navy, Tans, and Black, at 4^d pair
Sizes 2 to 6
VIOLET POWDER - We are offering
one of the best makes m this Powder at the exceptionally low price Of 4d. per packet
NOTE THIS - Wo aro selling our Cele-
brated make of Dame Wool«, m a largo assortment of Heather mixturen, vu , Red and Black, Brown Heathers, Grey aid .Black, Purple Heathers, and numerous mixtures, also Plain Colours, x\i, Clerical and Shetland Groyt, Marones, Natural, Tans, etc , otc. Th.s is, without doubt, one ol the Best Knitting Wools on ¿ho mar- ket Our pnoe for two full oz skeins, in packet, 6d per packet
SOAPS - Wo have a nice selection of
Toilet Soaps, both highlv perfumed and unscontod, imported by us from some ot the boat English Manufac- turers Reliable goods, and sound value Prices, from 2d per cake to 1/ pel cake
PERFUME - Wo have a little lot of tho
Celebrated "Mario Faremo" French Eau do Cologne Largo bottles at 1/6 bottlo aro a bargain
HOSIERY - A lina m Children's Cash-
more ¿-Hose, in Navy«, Black, and Tans Sizes 4 to 7. Price, lOJd pair.
VASELINE - During the winter months
Vaseline is needed in almost every household Wo aro selling a very nice bottlo of tho genuine article at 3d bottle.
TOOTH POWDER - We ¿ave opened
another little lot of Carbolic Tooth Powder, put up in tms, same as last lot, which sold like ripe cherries Our price again is 3d per tin.
SOCKS - Children's Cashmere Socks, in
Navy, Tans, Black Size, 2 to 6, 6d pair Ask for our Child's Cardi- nal Cash Socks, reliable make, 6d
HOSIERY. - Ladies'_ Plain Cashmere
Hose, m Black, solid value. Is paar Ladies' Ribbed Coâb HOÉO, Fino and Broad Ribs, only 1/ pair.
rOS BOYS AND GIRLS - Some splen-
did value in Boyo' and Gills' Cash- mere and Worsted Hose, from 1/ pair.
93 and 95 LIVEBPOOL-STBEBT.
TEINTER TIME TABLE.
O'MAY BROS?" STEAMERS.
JUNE, JULY, AUGUST, AND .
Leaves Bellerive.-7 a.m., 8, 8.30, 9, 10, 11, 12 noon, 1.30 p.m., 2.30, 3.30, 4.30, 5, 5.30, 7.15, 8.15, 9.15, 10.30.
Leaves Hobart.-7.30 a.m , 8.30, 9, 9 30, 10.30, 11.30, 12 30 p.m., 2, 3, 4, 5, 5.30, 6, 7.15, 8.45, 9.45, 11.
Weather and other circumstances per- mitting.
(T) 0 N DON'S LINE ^ (From Franklin Pier.)
Port Cygnet-Thursday, 915 a.m. (bay
Trip); Friday, 915 a.m.
Port Esperance.-Wednesday, 9.15 am.;
Thursday, i p.m., Friday, 915 a.m.
Channel Porta.-Wednesday, 9 15 a.m.j
Thursday, 4pm.; Friday, 915 a.m.
_H. J. CONDON.
RIVER DERWENT EXCURSION
TO NEW NORFOLK. ,
Leaves Brooke-street Pier Monday, Tues, day, Thursday, and Friday, at 9.15 a.m., arriving on return by 5.30 p.m. Fares,
Tel. 412._J. E. PHILP, Agent.
SS. SEABIRD leaves MARGATE on
. THURSDAY NEXT at 7 a.m.;
SNUG, 7 30; for Hobart, loavrag Hobart on return, 4 p.m., calling at South Arm.
_GULLIVER AND CALVERT.
C S. EXCELSIOR LEAVES HUON VILLE at 9 a.m. on THURSDAY, and
FRANKLIN at 3._^
OYAL MAIL COACHES TO HUON
leavo 36 LIVERPOOL-ST., 9 a.m.
\ and 4 p.m.
Brakes and Waggonettes for Hrro.
WEBSTER, ROMETCH, and DUNCAN.
THE FRONT AGAIN.
MAMMOTH FURNITURE ARCADE,
Day's for Drawing-room Suites ¿64 5 0 Day's for Dining-room Suites ... 4 10 0 Day's for Dining-room Suites ... 6 10 0 Day's for Sideboards. 3 0 0 Day's for Bedsteads, all Pi iocs.
Day's for Chairs. 0 3 6
Day's for Cottage Furniture of Every
Day's for Mansion Furniture of Every
DAY'S FURNISH A S-ROOMED
HOUSE FOR A K
£13 9s 3D
CASH OR TERMS. CASH OR TERMS.
REPAIRING AND UPHOLSTERING i
A SPECIALITY. i ,;
PECIAL N O T I »C E.
MCKEAN & RAY.
CHEAP BOOT RETAILERS, '
nish the public to kindly rememboi ' thoy have ONLY ONE SHOP in
Elizabeth-street, and tun'
add rere is
79 ELIZABETH-STREET (opposite C,
77 LIVERPOOL-STREET (late G. ,
Leitch and Co.).
43 LIVERPOOL-STREET (opposite
Carlton Club Hotel).
NEW AND SECOND-HAND.
LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH.
WORN-OUT PIANOS RESTORED TO
BEST MATERIAL AND WORKMAN
PIANOS BOUGHT OR EXCHANGED.
A SH'S t ANISEED BALSAM.
An Effectivo and Pleasant Remedy for
COUGHS. COLDS, INFLUENZA,
SORE THROAT, Etc.
Suitable for Children as well as Adults.
Sold by Chemists and Country Store-
keepers at 1/ and 2/, or by post at 1/3
PERCY ASH, .
84 EMzabotb-street, Hobart.
ADIES' COSTUMES, TAILOR-MADE.
MAKE A SPECIALITY OF THEM.
LADIES' RIDING COSTUMES.
MAKE A SPECIAL STUDY OF THEM,
Will you have your name placed on our Order Book at once to save disappoint- ment? _
87 MURRAY-STREET. FTtAI
SMANIAN TRADE PEOTECTIVB
Established (1875) for the protection of Trade, both local and In tor-State.
PUBLISH Weekly Circular, referring to Bills o£' Salo transactions (past and present), Insolvencies, Meetings of Creditors, etc., and all information indis Donsable to business people.
UNDERTAKE COÛTECTION of Trade
Accounts on Moderato Commission Rates, with monthly accounts. Furnish Status Reports on tho shortest notice. Agencies everywhere. Full particulars, Omeo, 41 Elizabeth-st, Hobart. E. T. and 0. R. TINNING. Managers._
BY THE MOST APPROVED AND
Recommended by Medical Men.
APPOINTMENTS ONLY may be made at 90 Elizabeth-street, or by Telephone, No. 815.
L. A. WILKINSON, Chemist and Refr»o
tionist, Sandy Bay^Pkarmacjt,