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DUNEDOO. Left Dunedoo. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 25 April 1919

DUNEDOO. Left Dunedoo. Mr. Foley, who has occupied the position ol' managing-editor of the Chronicle for the past two years, has left for Sydney, where he will act as secretary for a. large manufacturing business. A Contemptible Act. Many local residents are annoyed at the action of a couple of young men who shot two swans that had taken up their abode on the railway dam. These birds, which are rarely seen in these, parts, are perfectly harmless, and were really a source of amusement and education to children. It' the birds were edible the action of the young men might be excused* but this wanto^ action of useless destruction finds 110 sympathy with. JJunedooites. A recur rence of the incident is not likely, how ever, as in future tlie railway authiri tie's intend prosecuting anyone found shooting within the railway enclosure.

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 25 April 1919

Retailed at 1/6 per Bottle. TRY A BOTTLE OF Mrs Harle s Cough Balsam Children s Bottle, 1/-; Weighs 2 Stone. Adults, 2/- large. A Herbal preparation. Ifc has won thousands of testimonials. It is a positive remedy for Influenza. Whooping Cough, Bron chitis, Coughs, Colds, Croup, Asthma, all Lung Troublas. One dose Of Mrs. Harle's COUGH BALSAM (taken with onion gruel) will positively relieve the worst case, and one bottle often cures. Ask your storekeeper for it Cheapest medicine on sale. " Cough Balsam does wonderful work.' Dear] Madam,—I am sending you a photo of my baby boy taken when he was five months old When first born he was so cioss we did not know what to do with him, and had to walk the floor at night, with him for a fortnight. When mother came to see me, she said, " Whv don't you give him MRS. HARLE'S BABY'S FRIEND? " I did so. He has been a different child in every way since. He is now seven months old. and weighs two stone. I can strongly recommend " Baby's Friend " to a...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TIDINGS OF [?] NORTH. DISTRICT NEWS. MUDGEE. Anzac Day Dinner. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 25 April 1919

m TIDINGS OF TRE NORTH, m FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS. MUD6EE. Anzac Day Dinner. The Mudgee Coo-ee Girls' Club is arranging an Anzac dinner for all local returned soldiers for Anzac Day, April 25. All soldiers attending will wear uniforms. Public School For Blandulla. The Department of Education has de cided to erect a Public school at .Blan dulla. The school, which has been :i long felt want, will be conducted by Mr. Moanv. Returned Frcm the Front. Private Bruce Kausome, who has been on active service for the past couple of years, has returned home to Mudgee. Prior to his enlistment he was a men*, ber of the staff of the Guardian news paper office. Pneumonic Influenza. Another pneumonic-influenza patient in Mudgee is Mrs. Alex. Jamiesou, who came from Lithgow. She refused to be conveyed to the hospital, and was quarantined in her own home, with several members of tohe family as con tacts. Fire at Budgee. A fire occurred in a house at Budgoe on Thursday night. Although there whs...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 25 April 1919

S ?J J* 4 'K : „ " " ~l - ^ $ «*»**"* > l^~A "^- - "f"'"'** ~ V~*~S •Jf* ^ * ** * 'u •" ' '. „-., "'Vh« *<V4%* < i'-R'*', a-?' 'i hz~*.<*>~ ± {^WWrnW} rr^T A Delicious Fish of the Finest Quality, Do you know the delicious taste and delicate flavour of freshly-cooked Salmon ? In the spotless sanitary Canneries of the Alaska Packers' Association, "Scroll" Brand Sockeye Salmon is Packed and Cooked by improved methods which bring the Fish to you without the loss of a particle of their ocean freshness, flavour and delicacy. It is more nourishing than meat, and far more economical, because every scrap can be eaten. " Scroll" is ready Cooked for [HE PROPRIETORS, "Scroll" Salmon, 48»50 Clarence Street, Sydney. Please send me free copy of the ''Scroll" Cook Book. I enclose Penny-Half-Penny Stamp for Postage, &c. Name Address Brand Sockeye Salmon use—but that you may not tire of it served the old way, we have a FREE Cookery BOOK, which tells you ...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALEXANDRIA MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 25 April 1919

ALEXANDRIA MARKETS. Oaten chaff to £9, wheaten chaff £8 to £8/5/-, lucerne hay to £12/15/-, oaten hay to £10 a ton.

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RICHARD CHURCHILL, PIONEER [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 25 April 1919

CJJrO RICHARD CHURCHILL, PIONEER Mr. Richard Churchill, who recently ■passed away at tho age of 89 years at his homo in one of the Sydney suburbs, was a pioneer in the real sense of tho word. After his marriage in Sydney, which took place 63 years ago, he weu to Dungog, where he was with the lat^ Mr. Thomas Abbott, father of Mr. Thomas Abbott, of Taree, and brother ot' the late Mr. John Abbott, of Ivolo dong, the families being related. On arrival oil this river, says the Manning River Times, he went in for farming on land which now forms part of Mi". Tliomas Abbott's farm at Kolodong. He and his good wife rode on horseback all the way from Dungog to the Mann ing, crossing the river at the Was'hpool, ■ where the railway now crosses it. Losses by floods for years in succession pro bably turned his attentoin to teaching. TTis first school was at the Woolla, where he remained for four years, and then lie was appointed to Tinoneo, where ho taught for some years. Following that he was ap...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXERCISING—SOMETHING NEW AND VERY SIMPLE. Pressing Against the Walls of a Room, One Arm Acting Against the Other. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 25 April 1919

EXERCISING—SOMETHING NEW AND VERY SIMPLE. Pressing Against the Walls of a Room, One Arm Acting Against the Other. Here is an exercise which develops practically overy muscle of the body, and more especially the muscles of the arms and shoulders. Take up your position in the corner of a room, standing about three feo« away from the point where the walls meet, and with your feet eighteen inches apart. Now place one hand against either wall, the palm of the hand being flat against the wall, with the fingers point ing upwards. The hands should be on exactly the same level as the shoulders. Next, press against the wall with all your force with the left hand, straight ening the left arm as much as you can. While doing this, do not permit the hands to change their position on the walls. While pressing hard with the left hand, tense every muscle which is af fected, and resist the anovement with the right arm and the right leg. Put realism into it by imagining that the two walls are closing ...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 25 April 1919

J. MSCKIE& Co., Newcastle THE BIG FURNITURE STORE. 4 WATCH US G-RO"W " ©FFI@E FURNITURE—MftDE IN NEWSRSTLE, There is no need to depend on Foreign Countries for your Office Requirements. The Firm of J. MACKIE & CO. can supply your every need in this respect, and not only is the Quality of the Goods better, but the prices will prove our contention that we can employ Australians in our own Factories and SELL the Article CHEAPER THAN IMPORTATIONS. HERE IS A SINGLE PEDESTAL FLAT TOP DESK OF EXCELLENT DESIGN AND FINISH. WELL WORTH INSPECTION. PRICE: Oak, £712s 6d. Maple, £8 5s Od. [Jif. conntry SioreReeper! SEND FOR OUR NEW Home Furnishing Guide It is FREE to YOU for the asking . If you desire to do business with us we . will allow you a liberal discount. WRITE TO-DAY! OFFICE TILT BACK CHAIR. Upholstered Sent. Beautifully Finished. Oak, £3 15s; Maple, £3 18s 6d JT_ MACKIE &c, CO_ Complete Home Furnishers, Upholsterers, Mantelpiece Manufacturers 45K459 Hunter Street...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STRAIGHT HITTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 25 April 1919

STRAIGHT HITTING. Most people are wont to talk very glibly of the magic of a good straight left; but it is an undeniable fact that the men who really possess one are in ail enormous minority. For the average man is not endowed by nature with the ability to hit straight. This is a quality which has to be carefully instilled into him by a long period of painstaking instruction. For instance, take two raw " natural'' fighters imd get them to "have a go" at one another with the gloves. Yo-u will see them double their fists and hit at each other like a pair of wind mills, and it will be very infrequently that either will get a hit home. •Let the reader put himself into the primary position, weight on the right leg, .body half-turned so that the left shoulder is slightly forward, left foot advanced about a foot and a half from the right, and the left arm held easily out. Keep the left toe straight in the direction in which you are looking, i.e., the point of your imaginary adversary's jaw...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEATH OF BISHOP STRETCH [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 25 April 1919

DEATH OF BISHOP STRETCH The Bishop of Newcastle (the Eight Rev. John Francis Stretch) died at Lind'field, Sydney, 011 Saturday, He wi» living in retirement. His resignation from the Newcastle See took place a month ago, and his retirement was to have taken effect on June 30 next. After the death of his wife in 1914, and the loss of his son, Lieutenant No«l Stretch, in France, last year, he was in indifferent health. He was bo:n f»t Geelong, Victoria, in 1855, and in 18.1'4 graduated with the degree of B.A. fro>.\ Trinity College. Melbourne. Tn 18&4- he was ordained Dean of Ballarat aiil Vicar of Christ Church Pro-Cathedral, and in 1895 was appointed Coadjutor Bis'hop of Brisbane, and in 1900 Bishop Suffragan of Newcastle and Dean. Six years later, in succession to the lata Bishop Stanton, he was installed as Bishop of the see. His intellectuality and striking personality secured for him recognition as one of the most notable Australian Churchmen. When in Eng land in 1897,...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ABOUT NORTHERN PEOPLE. A POPULAR MISSIONARY. MR. A. PALMER, of Werris Creek. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 25 April 1919

ABOUT NORTHERN PEOPLE A POPULAR MISSIONARY. MR. A. PALMER, of Werris Creek. Mr. A. Palmer, who has been officiating as a Metho dist Church missionary at Werris Creek and near try centres during the past year, was born at Castld maine (Vic.), a«d has spent nearly 30 years in minister ing to the spiritual needs of congregations in towns where no ministers were available. During his stay in Werris Creek and dis trict he has made many friends, and general regret is expressed at his immi nent departure for G'om boyne. At many centres the appreciation of his work has been marked by increased congregations and greater interest in the ser vices. The one outstanding feature of his ministry there has 'been that on no occasion has he missed an appointment. No matter what the weather was like, he travelled to and from the various preaching places, so that no excuse could be made regarding his absence. Though there have been, and still are, many discouragements iu country towns, Mr. Palmer has n...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Seeking Fresh Fields. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 25 April 1919

Seeking Fresh Fields. Mr. R. H. Stigant, one of the members of the staff of the New England Gram mar School, Glen limes, intends to sever his connection with the school 4ext month, with a view to opening a school of his own in Newcastle.

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cathedral Organist at Armidale. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 25 April 1919

Cathedral Organist at Armidale. Mr. C. S. Childe, of Quirindi, has been appointed organist to St. Peter's Cathe dral, Armidale, and will commence his duties about the middle of June. Mr. Ohilde goes to Armidale with a splendid reputation. For several years he was the organist at the Grafton Cathedral.

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 25 April 1919

If you desire Comfort and Satisfaction STAY AT TOM AHEARN'S Railway Hotel 393 Hunter-St. W. Newcastle ' Ccori Accommodation. Tariff. 6.'- per day. PROCEED io and from SYDNEY and NEWCASTLE, a'so CONSIGN YOUR CftRGO NIGHTLY SAILINGS (Sundays Excepted FLEET. T. S. S. "HUNTER" - 1840 tons. S. S. "NAMOI" - 1414 tons. S. S. "NEWCASTLE" 1251 tons. PER THE . . . k mi rim s.s its Also to PORT STEPHENS : S.S. " Allyn River." Bi-Weekly WHARVES :— King's Wharf, Newcastle. Foot of King Street, Sydney W. N. CUTHBERTSON, General Manager.

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VEGETABLE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 25 April 1919

VEGETABLE PRICES. Cabbages.—Local 2/- to 5/-, choice i S/G. Cauliflowers 16/- to IS/-. Lettuce !)d to 1/6 per dozen. Beans.—'Local: French 2/6, ehoi'-.o I 7/6. Peas, local ].'}/- to 20/- per bushel Onions.—'Globe .15/- to 20/-. Potatoes, local 17/-, Victorian 14/- to 16/-. Tats manian 16/- to 17/-. Marrows 4/- to S/-. Pumpkins 16/- to 20/- per cwt. Carrots 2/-, celery 2/6 to 3/6, horse radish 6/6, herbs 1/6, parsnips 4/-, rlui- i barb 2/6 to :i/6, eschalots 2/-, leeks 1/6 j to 2/-, mint 1/-, parsley 4/-, spinach i 1/- to 1/6, white turnips 4/-, radishes I 1/- to 1/6, beetroot 2/- to 2/6, water- J cress o/6 per dozen bunches. Tomatoes, local 4/- to 6/-. Cucumbers 1/- to 4/6 j per half-bushel. ! Watermelons.—'Local 7/- to 0/-, choice j 20/- per dozen. i

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Newcastle's 400. "The Hill," Newcastle, Thursday morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 25 April 1919

Newcastle's 400. "The Hill/' Newcastle, Thursday morning. Dearest 01 < I 1? rend a,— Horrid 'ilu is still with us—an unin vited guest who has outstayed his wel4 come. Mrs. Parallelogram is terribly afraid one of us will get it, and that her place will bo quarantined. She wouldn't mind, she said, if they would pay compensation—the horrid old cat- — but I think she was joking, surely! •Mr. Steward was taken away from "The Citadel" the other night, and there was a scurrying of the other boarders; but the place wasn't quar antined, as he had kept himself iso lated, and the doctor said he thought it was only influenza mild. 1 saw two of the boarders at 11 o'clock with their bags on their way to a hotel for accommodation. Mr. Steward is en gaged to one of the best looking girls in Newcastle, and she was cross—in fact, most indignant, at her fiance being taken to Waratah. She tackled the ambulance driver, and asked him on what authority he was acting? She said that she demanded ...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERALSHIP AND FORCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 25 April 1919

GENERALSHIP AND FORCE. Competition has at least two very important elements—generalship and force. The newcomer in a field with force as his main reliance is apt to devise a staggering campaign, arm his salesmen with big discounts and pro ceed to try to force his way further into the field. To offset this, the old timers often fight back with displays that are even more staggering and prices wMcli are shaded to the limit. Each contestant shows his strength early in the battle, and somebody is bound to suffer. Where force is the only element, the result many times is disastrous to the winner as well as to the. loser. It is generalship displayed both be fore and during the campaign which makes force count and brings success where the use of unalloyed force would pro'bab'ly have spelled failure. As an example of advertising, general ship, the experience of two manufactur ers who make the same kind of a food specialty is pertinent. The originator of the product had spent several years a...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCE & BUSINESS TEN DEMANDMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 25 April 1919

COMMERCE 6 BUSINESS TEN DEMANDMENTS. A Chicago man who lias a large num ber of employees under him has posted up iu various departments oli his estab lishment cards which bear the caption, ''Ten Demandments,'' and the follow ing terse rules. These make it very plain what he expects, and what lie does not expect, of those who draw salaries from him: 'Rule 1.—Don't lie—it "wastes my tim-2 and yours. I'm sure to catch you in tlio end and that's the wrong end. Rule 11.—-Watch i your work, not the clock. A lqng day's work makes a long day short and a day's short work makes my face long. Rule III.—'Give me more than I ex pect, and I'll pay j'ou- more than you expect. I can afford to increase your pay if you increase my profits. Rule'IV.—You owe so much to your self that you can't afford, to owe any body else. Keep out of de'bt, or keep out of my shops. Rule Y.—'Dishonesty is never an ac--;:. 3eut. Good men, like good women can't see temptation when they me>it it. Rule VI.—Mind your own...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 25 April 1919

CONSIGN Your EGGS and POULTRY To Honeysuckle Point, advising H. Laverty & Co., AUCTIONEERS, Who will Sell to your advantage. The Coastal Farmers Co-op. Society, Ltd. NEWCASTLE WEST. Farm, Dairy, Fruit, Vegetable and General Produce Merchants. ALSO Sole Agents for "SWEET NELL " Jams, Preserved Fruits and Candied Peel. Phone 525.

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 25 April 1919

DAIRY PRODUCE. Butter.—'Proclaimed prices (boxes and cartage 3/- extra).—:First-grade, J 77/4 per cwt. Packed in prints, %(1 extra may be cliarged. Eggs.—Hen: New-laid 2/4 to 2/6, railway and South Coast, 1/6 to 1/7; river, 1/5 to 1/6. Duck: New-laid 2/3 to 2/4, ease 3/5 to 1/6 per dozen. Cheese.—Matured, large and medium 1/1, loaf 1/1 new, large, and medium 1/-, loaf 1/0 ^ per lb. Iloney.—601b. tins of choice liquid Western honey 7d to 7%d, dark from 5d per lb. Beeswax.—1/9 to 2/3 per lb. Hams.—'Cloth l/o1/), seeds l/6y> per lb. . ' ' . Bacon.—Sides 1/1 to 1/1%, flitches l/O1/^ to 1/1, middles 1/3 to l/33/»; shoulders lO^d to lid per lb. Lartl.—-Packets 10V(d, bulk LOd lb. Poultry.—(Railway and Northern River consignments: Hens, 2/6 to 3/6; roosters, young and small 3/6, large 5/ to -6/-. Muscovy ducks, 4/- to 5/-. Mus covy drakes, 4/6 to 7/-. Turkeys: Gob blers 15/- to 20/- a pair.

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