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DUNEDOO. Transferred to Stockinbingal. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 17 April 1919
DUNEDO0. Transferred to Stockinbingal. Constable Robson, of Binnaway, ha been transferred to Stockinbingal, near Temora. He will be succeeded by Con stable MeEvvan, of Bingara. Mr. McCarron Dead. A very old and respected resident of this district, in the person of Mr. .Jolni McCarron, of "Sussex" farm, 'passed aiWay last week, after an illness extend ing over ten days. The deceased was a native of Ireland and was orer eighty years of age. A wife and a family of ten sons survive him. For the Soldiers. The Pine Ridge Estate has just been taken over by the Government for soldier-settlement. The estate com prises 15,000 aeres of splendid farming land, which should provide good farms for a large number of soldiers. The populating of the estate will do mud to increase the business activity of town and district.
RAVENSWORTH COAL MINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 17 April 1919
RAVENSWORTH COAL MINE. I The new coal mine at Ravensworth is developing apace. A number of ex tra men have been put on, and pre parations are being made for sidings, top buildings, etc. The. original syndi cate sold out to a Sydney company for a good figure (£4000 it is stated). Tho new company evidently means business, and the manager, Mr. J. Fletcher, con fidently hopes to have a big forward move made before the end of the year. The company is also preparing to sub divide for building -purposes.
MOREE. Pastures Protection Board Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 17 April 1919
MORE E. Pastures Protection Board Election. Tlie following nominations have been received in connection with the elec tion of eight directors to the Moree Pastures Protection Board. The elec tion will take place on April 2!):— Messrs. W. Bull, .1. K. Cory, P. B. Fen wick, J. P. Innes, F. A. Lord, A. L. Manchee, F. Murphy, B. Procter, R. A. Read, J. T. W. Scott, Geo. S. Smith, and J. E. Tomlinson. Memorial Town Hall Ultimatum. At the last meeting of the School of Arts Committee, it was decided to give the Moree 'Municipal Council a further term of1 one month in which to decide upon ways and means of financing the proposed Memorial Town Hall. J11 the event of the inability of the Council to finance the scheme, the onus of erecting a suitable hall for the town will be again thrown back on the shoulders of the School of Arts Committee. Severe Drought. At the last mooting of the Pastures Protection Board the Acting Stock "In spector reported that the district generally was being subjecte...
CASINO. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 17 April 1919
effsiwe. Matron Cardow, the newly-appoinU matron of Casino District Hospital, was. trained at Fremantle Public Hospital, and afterwards spent three years in New Zealand, where she was engaged in military.-duty, and was in . charge of Clyde Hospital for 12 months, and was also connected with the Ota go branch of the New Zealand Trained Nurses' Association. Latterly she had been matron of Many Peaks Hospital, Queensland. Matron Cardow is a mem ber of the A.T.N.A. and the Q.B.N., and goes to Casino with very high cre dentials as a kind, attentive, energetic and thoroughly capable matron.
WILL NORTHERN COAL MINERS GO ON STRIKE? [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 17 April 1919
WILL NORTHERN COAL MINERS GO ON STRIKE? (By R. Haig Bracken.) What will the miners 011 the New castle and Maitland coalfields do? Will they strike? The question is exercising the mindv of the people of Sydney more than those of Newcastle. There is, however, small probability of the mines being thrown idle. As I have stated before in the Voice of the North, another way out of the difficulty will be found. That solution will do away with most of the petty disputes that are continually interfer ing with the continuity of the work at the collieries. In what form the new arrangement will take I am unable to state. But I do believe that machinery will be set up that will meet with the wishes of both the employers and employees.
Cleansing the Commonwealth. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 17 April 1919
Cleansing the Commonwealth. Tlie Federal „ Government is to be congratulated upon tlie measures taken without delay to rid this continent of the defilement of the presence o». some at least of the Russian Bolshe vists who, recently in Brisbane, achieved more notoriety than, was good for them, as they have now discovered. It may be hoped that the laudable action that has been initiated in the deportation of the aliens in question will not end with the expulsion of this first batch, but that Mr. Watt and his colleagues will follow it up by a vigor ous and determined campaign of search ing inquiry and examination through out the entire Commonwealth until the last foreign anarchist and revolution ary has been hunted down, placed aboard ship and packed off to his own country. An explanation is due, and ; should be peremptorily demanded, from the .authorities concerned, as to how these undesirables succeeded in gain ing admission to the Commonwealth, and if it is shown, that there is no p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 17 April 1919
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When Doctors Differ Who Shall Decide? [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 17 April 1919
Who Shall Decide ? At. a time like the present,. when Australia, is slowly passing through tha worst crisis of a domestic, kind that she has yet had to face, in .the. outbreak of pneumonic influenza, it might rea sonably have been expected'that, every section of the comiliuriity would give all the support possible to those en gaged in the exceedingly onerous work of com.bating the disease. This antici pation' would have been particularly justified in reference to the members o? the medical profession, and yet it is to be deeply regretted that in New •South Wales, at least, a nlumber of these gentlemen have not only refrained from affording the assistance that they might well have given to their brethren who are carrying 011 the fight against the scourge, but, have, through the columns of the Sydney press and in other way3, for several weeks past, been propound ing theories of their own as to the best means of stamping it out, in direct op position to the recommendations of the commi...
MUDGEE. New Secretary. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 17 April 1919
MCD6EE. New Secretary. Mr. J. G. "Wurth has resigned the secretaryship of the McDonald's Creek Progress Association. Mr. ,T. G. Golden has been appointed as his successor. Returning from the War. .Private D. A. Cox, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Cox, of Flirtation "Hill, Mud gee, is on board the transport "'Plasy, *' and will arrive home soon. He enlisted in the early days of the war. Found Dead in Bed. Mrs. C. Streher, an old and respected resident of Canadian Lead, was found dead in her bed on Tuesday morning. Death was due to heart failure. She resided at Canadian 'Lead for over 40 years. Corporal W. Collyer. Mrs. iG. T. Collyer, of Mudgee South, has been advised that her son, Corporal Collyer, is expected to arrive home in Mudgee at an earlj' date. His brother, Private .1. Collyer, died as a result or wounds received in the Gallipoli land ing. Methodist Minister Farewelled. The Rev. "W. W. Danks, who has I'iphu in charge ot' the Mud gee Methodist Chureh for the past three years and who...
GULGONG. Soldiers and Movies. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 17 April 1919
GULGONG Soldiers and Movies. A proposal has been made to lease ti picture theatre for two returned sol diers, for a period of five years, for the purpose of enabling them to run a moving picture show. The Gulgong Repatriation Committee has taken the matter up, and are studying the finan cial a&peet of the scheme. Old Identity Passes. Michael Fiiiueanp, an old identity of the 'Goolma district, died in the local hospital early in the week. Death was due to heart failure. The remains were interred in the Gulgong General Cemtf^ tery. Leaving the District. ' Miss Edna Jones, who has been on thc»staff of the Gulgong .branch of the Bank of New South Wales for the past two-and-a-half years, is resigning from the service, and will shortly be leaving Gulgong for Sydney. Back from the Front. Private Kinmet Curran, son of .Mr. James C-urran (postmaster at Gulgong), arrived home on Friday. During Ins stay on the other side he contracted influenza, which brought on an attack of pneumonia....
TIDINGS OF THE NORTH. DISTRICT NEWS. MANILLA. Hibernian Lodge Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 17 April 1919
3BBBBSE3E: 1 TIDINGS OF TRE NORTH FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS. DISTRICT NEWS. MHN1LLH. Hibernian Lodge Presentation. At a meeting of the Hibernian 'Lodge, Mr. J. Beynan (president) presented Mr. S. H. Magill, one of the members, with a gold-mounted tobacco pouch. Pneumonic Influenza Scare. Manilla had an influenza scare last week, when a returned soldier was placed in fhe isolation ward at the hospital suffering from the complaint. Luckily, it was only ordinary influenza. First Aid and Home Nursing. The first meeting in the Girls' Club rooms to hear a lecture by J)r. Clark on first aid and home nursing was at tended by mbout SO women. Highlanders Disappointed. The Highland gathering, which was to be held on Easter Monday, has been definitely postponed. Keady for Emergencies. At a meeting of the Influenza Execu tive Mrs. Allen, of the "Red Cross So ciety, reported that all bedding for an emergency hospital was in readiness, and Miss Grantham (Girls' Club) re ported that the patro...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 17 April 1919
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ABOUT NORTHERN PEOPLE. THE MAN OF THE MOMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 17 April 1919
tn ABOUT THE MAN OF THE MOMENT. DR EARLE PAGE, Mayor of South Graftoii. Dr. Earle Pago, Mayor of South Grafton, who in addition to conducting an extensive medical 'practice, has become prominent as one of the-most virila and progressive mtfn on the Clarence .River, is a native.. of Grafton. Hi father, Mr. Charles 'Pago, whose demise occurred only recently, was formerly Mayor of Grafton, and his grandfather, Mr. .James Page, was the founder of most of the public institutions in the eit> . , - Dr. Page's family lias always been associated with the public life of Northern New South Wales, arid a brief outline of their accomplishments, recently appeared in the Voice of the North. His uncle -led ,two of,'the', separation movements in the seventies and eighties, and was closely connected * with the movement to secure railway connection between the tableland and the coast. Ever since commencing the practice of his profession in 'South Grafton, the municipality 011 the southern bank of t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 17 April 1919
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GOOLMANGAR PIONEER DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 17 April 1919
GOOLMANGAR PIONEER DEAD. The death occurred on Saturday of Mr. Thomas Joseph Mclntyre,' one of the pioneers of Goolmangar and a lead ing layman of the Roman Catholic Church in the Lismore diocese. The late Mr. Mclntyre, who was born in Queen's County, Ireland, .72 years ago, came to Australia with his parents as an infant. He had been in Australia 70 years. He went to the "North Coast from the South Coast, and pioneered the Goolmangar centre as & farmer over 30 years ago. He was married at Janibe roo to Miss Grace Boyle at the age of 28. The late Mr. Mclntyre was a Knight of St. Gregory of his church, having been knighted several years ago by the late Pope Pius X.. That was in recognition of what he had done for the church. He was instrumental in having a church built at Goolmangar, and remained on the church committee right up to the time of his death. He was, in fact, the centre of the Eoman Cathdlic life of Goolmangar. The lafe Mr. Mclntyre was a big contributor to wards ...
RT. REV. DR. R. STEPHEN. Bishop-Elect of Newcastle. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 17 April 1919
RT. REV. DR. R. STEPHEN. Bishop-Elect of Newcastle. The Right, Key. Dr. .Reginald Ste phen, Bishop of Tasmania-, who- has been elected to the Bishopric of New castld, in ' succession to Dr. Stretch, who has retired owing to ill-health, was Dean of Melbourne, and held other j important- ecclesiastical offices iu thac city, before his election in 15)14 to the Tasmani'a.n Bishopric. His family 13 connected with the well-kno-wn Stephen family of Sydney, his father being a distant .cousin of the late Sir Alfred Stephen, at .one time . Chief Justico. Dr. Stephen is highly esteemed in par ticular for his intellectual attainments. He is a man of wide reading in thbo history, and political economy. His extensive. knowledge in the last mentioned subject, in fact, is stated to have been one of the reasons for his elec-tioii to the Newcastle See. • Born at Geelong -in I860', Dr. Ste phen received liis education at the local grammar school and at the University of Melbourne, where lie graduated ...