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FRUIT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 25 April 1919

FRUIT MARKET. Apples.—Local, dessert, choice 10/, medium 7/- to S/-, small 4/-; cooking, choice 7/- to S/-, medium 5/- to 6/-, small 4/-. Tasmanian: W.P.M., 7/- to 9/-, Alex. 4/- to 6/-, Jonathan 5/- to JO/-, French crabs S/- to JO/-"a bushel case. Pears.—Tasmanian: Williams 1/- to 3/6, 3/- to 4/6, B.B. 3/- to 4/- a half-bushel ease. • Bananas.—Tjveed River 2J./6 to 23/-. Queensland J'7/- to 22/6 a ease. Pineapples.—JO/- to 16/- a case. . Passion fruit..—Choice 10/-, medium 5/- to.. 6/-, small 3/- to 3/6 a half-bushel ease. Peaches.-—Victorian, 13/- to 14/- a bushel case. Grapes.—Black and White Muscats 13/- to 15/-, Black Hamburgs 4/- to 8/'-, white 3/- to S/- per half-bushel ease. Lemons.—'Local: Choice 23/- to 25/ medium J 6/- to IS/-, small 12/-; South Australian, to 25/- a bushel case. Persimmons.—Choice 5/- to 7/6 a half-case. Oranges.—Local: Choice 11/- to 12/ . medium 7/- to 9/-, small 5/- to 6/- a bushel case.

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

FORAGE AND GRAIN Medium wheaten and oaten chaff showed a rise in price of 5/- to 10/- per ton. Brown Spanish onions from Vic toria are scarce and demand for them is brisk. Broom Millet.—Northern River, prime long hurl, £75 to £85 a ton. Firewood.—Box to 22/6, stringybaru 17/- to 32/-, mixed wood 15/- to 16/1-*, ironbark 16/- to 17/-, bakers' -wood 16/ to 19/-, inferior 11/- to 13/- a ton. Oats.—Tasmanian, White 6/3. Al gerian: Feed 5/2 to 5/3. Milling 5/6 a bushel. Cape Barley.-—5/3 to 5/6 a bushel. Maize.—Northern Rivers, prime dry yellow 7/3 to 7/6; South African 7/ a bushel. Lucerne Hay. — Hunter River to £10/10/- a ton. Chaff.—South Australian; wheaten £S, oaten £7 a ton. Onions.—Victorian, Brown Spanish, £14 to £15 a ton. Potatoes.—Tasmanian £15 to £16. Victorian £12 to £14 a ton. Peas.—:Grey S/6 to 9/-, blue 10/- to 11/- a bushel. Bran.—'Cash £5/15/-, booked £5/17/6 a ton. Pollard.—Cash £6/5/-, booked £6/7/0 a ton.

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

THE FUNDAMENTALS OF 0RG\NIZAT10N. In sport, in wiir and in business the problems of organisation arc always the same. The small business does not need so much, but it needs some. We must drill ourselves first in organ isation, then drill those subordinate to us, anil'then those subordinate to them. We. are ail quite willing to drill the other fellow, but 'find it hard to. drill ourselves. The other fellow doesn't like to be drilled, and if we drill our selves first, the drilling of others will tome easier. Our primary, aim must not be to make money, but to do human service. The man who does good service need not worry about money—it will come. A business must plan to make money because money is one of the tools of business, and expansion cannot come without, but the business man does not need to plan in this way t'or himself he uses the money of the house advan tageously. His fee will be commensu rate with his work. Tn business the reward can be reliel on as adequate to the service ...

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

PREPARED FORD'S Footballs R.«|br, Aoatrallsn, Bed Association. irasassR&sss&vsgtsaEB ARNOTT'S BISCUITS. Regina Sewing Machines SILENT RUNNING LOCKSTITCH. Reliability. Economy. Durability. Perfection. AGENTS FOR N.S.W.: David Cohen & Co., Limited, NEWCASTLE. Composed of Fresh Fru|ts, Rare Spices & Choice Vegetables "Pan Yan" converts the plainest fare into a delicious meal. "Pan Yan" also makes the daintiest Sandwiches and is splendid with Bread and Cheese. SOLI) EVERYWHERE IN TWO SIZES AT POPULAR PRICES. MACONOCHIK BROS.. Ltd.. LOHDOK.

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Children's Corner. Our Competition. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 25 April 1919

Children's Corner. =»- ■ — — ^ By Sister Susie. Our Competition. Once again 1 wish'to remind you that you have not much time left in which to write that letter that I told yon 11 bout for this month's competition. Now the editor lias again promised a prize of ;>/- to the boy and girl who sends in the beat letter telling inc about their favorite pet or pots, such as a dog, or hor.se, or a bird. Perhaps some of you away in the north have found strange pets. Write and tell ine about them. Send in your letters by the end of the month. Write, 011 one side.of the paper only, and address your letters to Sister Susie, Box 257, Post Office, New-, castle. Brave Australians. In the early days of the war, when cur brave boys went to the Dardanelles and proved to all the world their great worth, a fatal command robbed us of most of the famous Eighth Light llor.s;? of Australia. The following account, appeared in an English magazine:— The Charge of the Five Huiidrsd. (By the Prime Minister of,...

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

DO IT THROUGH GERRAND j HRNOTT'S BISCUITS. I — PRODUCE When you requiro to Purchase or Sell Produce, write for quotations to P. S. COLMAN, PRODUCE SPECIALIST, NEWCASTLE. Seller of Choicest Quality only. CARBIDE It will take you 30 seconds to read this advertisement - it may save you £30. If your time is worth more tlian £1 a second, quit reading. You have an Acetylene Gas Plant and are paying about £90 a ton for Carbide. We will show you how you are paying 400% more for your light than is necessary. By connecting an invention known as the " Melvin " Air Gas Machine to your present service pipe you may convert your Acetylene Plant into an Air Gas Plant—no drastic alterations — you can almost do the job yourself. Air costs you nothing—why not use it ? With this invention you burn 96% air and the other 4 °/o Benzine or similar spirit. This is how you go about saving 80% on your Gas Bill. You purchase at a moderate cost the " Melvin " Air Gas Machine This machine consists of a specially...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PROGRESSIVE FARMER. Simplest Way of Making Pit Silage. EASIER TO MAKE THAN HAY. Department of Agriculture's Explanation of Vaiues of Various Crops. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 25 April 1919

THE PROGRESSIVE FARMER. EASIER TO MAKE THAN HAY. Department of Agriculture's planation of Vaiues of Various Crops. The suggestion made by the Chief. Inspector of Agriculture about the util ity of silage on the ordinary wheat farm naturally raise the question, what is the simplest and least expensive way of making such a useful fodder? A good rnanj- farmers seem to entertain the notion that the process is a com plicated one requiring special skill and knowledge. As a matter of fact, U make silage is simpler and easier tha i to make hay, for in the case of hay 110 small judgment is necessary to decide when it is properly dry and ready i be stacked, whereas in the case of si lage all that is necessary is to follow certain simple instructions without the exercise of niin-h judgment, at all. Various means of parting up silage are used. In the dairying districts tin usual and most convenient method is a properly constructed tub silo, of wlii.Mi there are different types as to shape and ma...

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

I ELECTRIC LIGHT FOR SINGLETON. Mr. G. J. Dunbar, of the Australian General Electric Company, met the Sin gleton Municipal Council for the pur pose of' discussing the proposed installa tion of electric lighting and power in Singleton. A motion was carried that the preliminary steps be taken to es tablish an electric installation in Singleton, and Mr. Dunbar, after reply ing to a number of questions, offere I to draw irp plans and specifications to carry the council , as far as an appeal to the ratepayers, and he is also to supply an estimate of the probable revenue, ful'l capital cost, and cost of running. The council agreed to acecpt the offer.

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CLIPPERS OF THE PAST. Officer's Story of Old Days. INTERESTING REMINISCENCES. The City of Hankow's Thrilling Round-the-World Race. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 25 April 1919

CLIPPERS OF THE PAST. Officer's Story of Old Days. INTERESTING REMINISCENCES. The City of Hankow's Thrilling Round-the-World Race. (By E. A. Stennett, of Melbourne.) As a constant reader of your valuable anil instructive paper, the Voice of the North, and noting the. remarks therein from time to time 011 the advancement, of shipping facilities, it occurred to me that a reminiscence of the old clipper days might be of interest to your rea<V <jrs, many of whom, no doubt, will re member some, if not all, of the flyew mentioned. All these clippers, with few exceptions, made Newcastle a port of call on their way to the East. Incidentally it would be interesting to-day to'chat with a shellback who could converse with studding sails, water sails, Jimmy Greens, etc.—all ap purtenances to "carrying on," as 111 adverse ratio, the sailors of the present decade would vote an officer a lunatic who would ask his men to sling and house a royal stuns'11. Again, how many of our...

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

sag ■s d=M (Pd Of Interest t© Women. jte— m By Mother o* Pearl New Fashion Details. Winter fashions, according to latest advices, will show draperies, pleats, fly ing panels and apron effects. Tailored suits of the mannish type, consisting of an absolutely plain coat, and skirt with 110 ornament whatever except stitching and buttons, seem dead, although there are always to be found a few women who affect the severe in tailor-mades. Our fashions are mostly set in Paris, and the Parisienne has never cared for the mannish style of dress, and now sh.» has renounced it definitely. A coat-dress made of henna-brown velors, carrying panels trimmed with seal ami an unusual collar of crossed bands of the seal, with a vestee of gold embroideries, gives an idea of what is really smart for wintory days. A bar rel-shaped muff' and turban toque of the seal accompanied this rich-looking rai ment. Henna-brown is a warm tone of the mahogany series. It is particularly lovely in satin, which material t...

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

Place your FIRE, MARINE ACCIDENT And other Classes of insurance WITH THE UNITED lnsuianct Co., LIMITED. S Representative KustraUan Institution. Established 1862. Head Office : George&HunterSts. DIRECTORS : GEORGE J. COHEN (David Cohon "& Go. Ltd.), Chairman 0. E. PRIEMD. THOS. BUCKLAND. \ P. B. S. FALK1NER, M H.R. fh. E. FAIRFAX. N. P. GHRI3T0E BARTIN HAIGH, General Manager. Newcastle District Brand: United Chambers Bolton Street, Newcastle. HARRY T. SHAW, Manager

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 25 April 1919

The Correct in Corsetry. The necessity of good corsets cannot be too strongly recommended to those who do not realise this fact. THE "JOY" being of modish design, exquisite workmanship i v and faultless fitting are consequently the most comfort-giving corsets of the day. Rustless.—Of British Make, by the World's Best Makers. ASK FOR THEM

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

RECIPES. Salmon Shape. One large tin of salmon, 2 eggs lightly beaten, 2 tablespoonfuls of melted but ter, 1 talblespoonful of bread crumbs, pepper and salt and minced, parsley to taste. Chop the fish fine, put it into a strong basin, rub it with a. spoon, add the butter, and beat until the mixture io like paste. Put the bread crumbs into the well-beaten egg and season. Then add to the salmon, and work all to gether. Put the whole into a buttered mould, and steam for half an hour. For the sauce make a white sauce with one cupful of milk, one tablespoonful o< flour or cornflour, one large spoonful o: butter. Add one teaspoonful of an ehovy sauce and a pinch of cayenne. At the last minute add a beaten egg. Boil gently for one minute, and pour over the shape. Banana Pudding. One cupful flour, 2 teaspoons 'baking powder, 1% teaspoon salt, y/i cupful sugar, cupful milk, 1 egg, 2 tea spoons melted butter, 1 cupful mashel bananas. Sift the flour, baking powder, salt and sugar in...

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

DEATH OF MR. J. LANCASTER. Death has claimed an old and re- spected resident of the town of Casino in the person of Mr. Joseph Lancaster, who had reached t'he advanced age of 87 years and who, during his lifetime, had seen as much adventure as most mortals. Born in the parish of St. Dunstans, Stepney, Middlesex, Eng- land, in 1832, he came out to New South Wales when a boy as an ap- prentice on a ship, and his life of ad- venture soon commenced, the Richmond River Express records. He had tired of the sea and a prospective sailor's life, so while the vessel was in Sydney Har- bor he ran away from her and planted amongst the rocks that abounded about Sydney in those days until he saw that the vessel left left port. Search was made for him without avail, and when the vessel arrived in England again without him his parents were very much put out. Eventually his father set sail for New South Wales in search of his son, and found him in Sydnev a mar- ried man. His wife's name was Mary Ann...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORT IN [?] NORTH. Myer Cohen's Consistency. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 25 April 1919

SPORT IN TOE NORTfi. , Myer Cohen's Consistency. Myer Cohen, who won the Dr. Feis ley Cup at Newcastle, received many congratulations during the week upon •his success. Myer is a consistent swim mer and deserved the honor. Cup Fancies. From present appearances the follow ing horses appear to have excellent chances in carrying off the Newcastle Cup:—Kennaquhair, Lanius, Publican, Thana, West Molong and White Grain. League Swimming Club. Jack Preston had the honor of win ning the first point score competition held by the new League Club in New castle. So enthusiastic are the mem bers that the club's success is now assured. Hilt-Holland Battle. When Jack Hilt and Fred. Holland meet at the Victoria a great fight should be seen. Both men have good reputa tions, and as both are in form, their battle should lie well worth the trouble of going down. Jack Cole wants to meet the winner. Soccer Success. ■Soccer will dominate the football world in the Newcastle and Maitlan.l districts again thi...

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

DEATH OF A PIONEER. The death of Mrs. Rose Ann Dillon, relict of the late Mr. John B. Dillon, at her resilience, Moonali, Darling Point, Sydney, removes one of the pioneers of the Murrumburrah district. The deceased lady, who was 86 years of age, arrived in the Murrumburrah district in 1860, and at one time was interested in the Mount Dillon Estate and Vineleigli, Demondville. The late Mrs. Dillon was a native of Fermanagh. Ireland, and will be long remembered fov her kindness and- hospitality while at Rosemore, her • Murrumburrah resi dence. She was remarkable for her literary ability, and took a keen in terest in the events of the day almost to the eve of her death. 'Her remains were taken to Murrumburrah for in terment. Among the chief mourners were:—-Mr. C. J-., Dillon, of Murrum burrah (son),.Mesdames M. G. Melville . and K. J. Baker, of. Sydney (laughtei'8), Mr. N; D. Healy, of Moruya, and Mr. Rupert Dillon, of Murrumburrah (grand sons), Mr. O. A.' Edyvards, S.M., jf Wollongon...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISTRICT FARMERS MUST CO-OPERATE. Better Farming and Better Business Methods Go Hand-inHand. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 2 May 1919

DISTRICT FARMERS MUST CO-OPERATE. Better Farming and Better Business Methods Go Hand-in Hand. I he individual farmer is at the meru/ of organised buyers, shippers and trans portation companies. .Standing alone, lie cannot say what the price of his goods shall be nor can he modify the transportation charges, be they ever so exorbitant. Yet, as a producer of vari ous foodstuffs and other necessities of life the farmer is entitled to a living wage and fair profit, if under the present system of mar keting it be regarded as a fair policy for organised buyers to fix the price of farm products so that they pay little more than the cost of production, aad sometimes not even that, then it is1 a fairer proposition for producers to aim to get together with a view of main taining a price for their goods that shall at least pay the cost of production, in terest on invested capital and a just profit. This is what co-operative mar keting among farmers has aimed to do. In the present state of orga...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COFF'S HARBOR. Why It Should Be a Deep Sea Port. WOULD SERVE CENTRAL NORTH. Natural Sea Outlet of 20,000 Square Miles of Country. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 2 May 1919

COFF'S HARBOR. Why It Should Be a Deep Sea Port. WOULD SERVE CENTRAL NORTH. Natural Sea Outlet of 20,000 Square Miles of Country. Mr. P. J. McNamara, of Coff's Harbor, has some interesting particu lars to give in advocacy of the making of Coff's Harbor a deep-seaport for the Central North. Newcastle, with its present facilities, can cope with most of the export and import trade of the northern and north western parts of New South Wales, but despite that fact, goods for export are carried past Newcastle to Sydney. Applied decentralisation would not only bring into use all the facilities at Newcastle, but would also open up new ports, such as iCoff's Harbor. There are many who desire Port Stephens to be made a deep-sea por t, but to do that would cost millions of pounds. Mr. McNamara, who is secretary of the Coff's Harbor Cham iber of Commerce, makes out an undeniably good ease for the utilisation of Coff's Harbor. His presentation of the cost of the whole work, as com pared with Port...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YARROWITCH WALCHA LANDS FOR SET ILEMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 2 May 1919

YARROWITCH WALCHA LANDS FOR SET ILEMENT •Senator Millen, Minister for Repatri ation, has written to Lieut.-Colonel Ab bott as follows:— 0 I received your letter of the 31st ult. with reference to suggestions made by Lieut. R. H. Blomfield M.C., for the opening up of country between Walcha and the North Coast, upon my return from the West a clay or two ago. I am fully seized with the importance of pro viding land for soldier settlement, but I would point out that the matter is one for the State Governments, and is outside the powers and functions of this department. It was decided at the Pre miers' Conference in 1916 that, as tlib States owned the public lands 'and al ready had in existence the machinery necessary for providing settlement, this particular responsibility should rest with them. Accordingly I forwarded the representations which you previ ously made upon this subject to Mr. Ashford, and I had intended discussing the proposal with him at the recent con ference of Minister...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FARMERS CO-OPERATE TO BEAT DROUGHTS Silos Basis of Scheme. Good Example of Eight Dairymen Should be Emulated Through out State. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 2 May 1919

FARMERS CO-OPERATE TO BEAT DROUGHTS Silos Basis of Scheme. Good Example of Eight Dairymen Should be Emulated Through out State. There are some progressive settlers living in the Myrtle Creek district, be tween the Clarence and Richmond, and they do not intend to be taken on the hop by any more droughts. A co-opera ative fanning agreement is being made by eight men interested in dairying, whereby each will instal 011 his farm one or more silos. Some, according to the Daily Examiner, will take advan tage of the Government offer re build ing these, others will do it themselves. Maize and .Japanese millet are to be planted for ensilage, and a portable engine, cutter, and elevator are to be acquired. When the crops are ready for ensilage-making the whole eight will work on one farm cutting the craps and filling the silos, and wil'l then go to each farm in turn. This is the co-operative spirit with a vengeance. The dairy herds will be tided over the dry spells that are now unfortunately o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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