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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 9 May 1919

A Good Washing Board Will considerably reduce labor on washing days. " Elephant" Brand of Washing Boards are of a superior make, and will stand years of hard wear. Look for the .Brand : All prominent Ironmongers and Grocers stock these Splendid Washing Boards, for they know thot they are becoming more and more popular among those who use them. ' GHISWIGK' SINHERWRIIt OXFORD BLUE. SEMI-POROELAi^ suited to the Mansion or the Cottage. On the table of Up-to-Dote HoteK Obtainable frcm All Leading Stores in N.S.W. Blair's Tan nun Violet or Carnation. T.B. PALE ALE. Makes a Quality Appeal which the Connoisseur will not ignore. BREWED & BOTTLED BY TOOTH & CO., LIMITED, Kent Brewery, Sydney. 70 KEENS 0«S°F" MUSURb Church's White Pine & Tar Cough Syrup, H Valuable Remedy in Chronic and Recent Coughs and Colds, Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Loss of Voice, €$c„ and all Diseases of the Throat and Chest. Mil Chemists, Accept No Substitutes. Ghureh's Dental Cream. $ Harmless Anti...

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 — 9 May 1919

This Issue Contains GOVERNMENT BY PROCLAMATION Coal Mines Commandeered by Commonwealth. CO-OPERATION BY FARMERS Great Britain's Lead for Australia. LATE SEASON WOOL APPRAISEMENTS Excellent Quality Brings Good Prices. INVERELL'S OLDEST RESIDENT Mr. William Reditt's Life. DOINGS OF NEWCASTLE'S ELITE Miss Field's Weekly Gossip. DANCE FROCKS FOR COMING SEASON Mother o' Pearl's Good Advice. mJ Scott's Specialise in the Needs of " King Baby." 19F5—INFANTS' OREAM WOOLLEN LONG CARRYING GOATS, neatly maohiue knitted. Price, 12/11 19F6 — INFANTS' CREAM FLANNELETTE GOWNS ; neatly finished with Lace. Price, 2/11 19F7 —CHILDREN'S WHITE FLANNELETTE BLOOMERS; elastio at waiBt and knoe band : sizes 1 and 2 only. Price, 1/6 19F8 — INFANTS' LONG FLANNELS, as illus tration. Prices, 5/11, 6/6, 7/11 19F9 — Others in FLANNELETTE Prices, 2/11, 3/11, 4/11 19F10—INFANTS' LONGCLOTH GOWNS, neatly trimmed with Val. Insertion and Lace, sleeves nicely trimmed. Price, 4/11 SCOTT'S Send These CARRIAGE SEND FOR FAS...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Government by Proclamation. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 9 May 1919

Government by Proclamation. Since Kesponsible G-overnmeiit was first established in Australia we, like the people of all other self-governing Dominions within the British Empire, have taken pride in the belief that the laws under which we lived have been those approved and adopted by the mon chosen by us to sit in parliament, and not finally passed and made opera tive until they had been fully and openly discussed in the various legis latures, so that every elector might acquire a thorough knowledge of al' that was being done, presumably for the benefit of the entire community. Among the laws placed upon the Fede ral statute book within the last few years was an Arbitration Act which, it was hoped, would be of high value in preventing or adjusting disputes that might occur, or appear likely to occur, between the employers and employees in any industry, the operations of whosa associations or unions might extend'be yond the borders of any one State of the Commonwealth. A tribunal was...

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 — 9 May 1919

Cbc Uoke of the north Voiccs the Rightful Claims of the Northern and North-Western Districts of N.S.W. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. At 37 Bolton Street, Newcastle. PRICE. - - Id. PER COPY. s. d. | 1 9 Quarter Posted \ 2 9 Six Months - 15 0 Year ADVERTISING RATES: 3/- per inch for Casual Advertising 2/6 4 insertions 2/- ,, ,, ,,13 insertions l/9 ,, ,, ,,26 insertions l/6 ,, ,, ,,52 insertions l/- ,, ,, ,, for 2 cols, or over (on contract for at least 3 months), 50 per cent, additional for Front and Back Cover. 25 ,, ,, ,, ,, inside Covers. >511 communications, both literary and business, should be addressed to Box 257, Newcastle. NEWCASTLE, MAY 9, 1919.

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORT IN THE NORTH. To-Morrow's Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 9 May 1919

SPORT IN TBB NORTR. To-iMorrow's Fixtures. Races—Boolaroo. Sculling—Hunter River, C. Devereux v. W. Freund. G-olf—Newcastle Club, choice 9-hoie stroke handicap. Bowls—Lowlands green, pennant final, Hamilton v. City. Soccer—Senior grade: Minmi v. Adamstown. Holmesville v. Hamilton. Second grade: Rovers v. Hamilton. Adamstown v. Holmesville. Minmi v. Charlestown. Rugby League— Western A v. South A. Western B v. South B. Boolaroo v. Northern B. Central v. West Wallsend. Frank Darcy Dead. Frank ("Frosty") Darcy, the well known and highly promising boxer, died in St. Vincent's Hospital at 1.25 on Thursday morning. He was a younger brother of the late Les Darcy, and his mother and other members of the family reside at Maitland. Ladies' Sculling Championship. Miss Hughes and Miss Greenwood will contest the ladies' championship of the Hunter River at 3 p.m. on June 7. The race was set down for three weeks ago, but indisposition prevented Miss Hughes from competing. The race should attract a...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WILL MINISTER IN NAMBUCCA [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 9 May 1919

WILL MINISTER IN NAMBUCCA A farewell social was tendered to Rev. J. Wadkin at the Methodist Church, Barraba^ Mr. Wm. Chad, Senior Circuit Steward, oc-cupied the chair. Mr. Chad, in bidding farewell to Rev. W'adkin, on behalf of the cir cuit, spoke in high terms of the faith ful mariner in which Mr. Wadkin had carried out his ministerial duties during his 12 months' stay in Barraba. His fine Christian character and faithful ministry had won for him the affection of the people. He wished him every success, in his new sphere of lafoor in the Nambu'cca Circuit. A welcome was extended to Rev.-Norman H. Kline, who has been, appointed by Conference as successor to Rev. J. Wadkin, at Barra ba. A .presentation was made to Rev. Wadkin.

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RUNNING A TENNIS TOURNAMENT. Hints to Club Secretaries. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 9 May 1919

RUNNING A TENNIS TOURNAMENT. Hints to Club Secretaries. Lawn tennis tournament secretaries are very prone to the mistake of trying to do too much. | The secretary is, perhaps, a, "hust-i ler," who disdains advice or assistance, and tries to carry the whole tournament on his own shoulders. The usual result of this egotism is either a hopeless muddle or the retire ment of the secretary into a lunatic asylum immediately after the tourna ment closes. There is so much for the secretary to do that it. is folly to attempt to do j it all yourself. The first essential, then, to making a tournament a success is to have a good committee—I assume, of course, that the secretary himself is a good man. The committee must be a body of workers—honorary' "ornaments" should be relegated to the patrons' or vice presidents' lists. The Member for the Ladles. There should always be at least one lad}' on the committee, and without being a Suffragette, she should be of a strongish turn of mind. Her duty is ...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARMIDALE PIONEER PASSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 9 May 1919

ARMIDALE PIONEER PASSES. Another link with the pioneering days of the Armidale district was broken 011 Friday, when Mrs. Guskelly. relict of the late Mr. L- Guskelly, oil Dumaresq, joined the Great Majority. Many friends will deeply lament her death, despite the fact that she had reached the ripe age of 78 years. Gene rous to a fault, sympathetic, and al ways bright, the old lady's cheerful per sonality will long be missed. The late Mrs, Otiskelly was a native of County Down, Ireland, and came to N.S.W. with her parents when she was an in fant, some 77 years ago. Her late hus band followed farming pursuits at Du maresq for over half a century. Eventu ally she settled in Armidale, where she had resided for some years prior to her death, which occurred after a long illness. Deceased is survived by a large family. One. daughter prede ceased her seven years ago, while those living comprise six sons and six daugh ters—Peter (Casino), James (Guy Fawkes), Patrick (Alpine), Laurence, Harry,...

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 — 9 May 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. It has won thousands of testimonials. It is a positive remedy for Influenza. Whooping Cough, Bron chitis, Coughs, Colds, Croup, Asthma, all Lung Troubles. 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.' ► Deak Madam,—I am sending you a photo of my baby boy taken when he was five months old When first born he was so cross 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, " Why don't you give him MRS. HARLE'S BABY'S ERIEND? " 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...

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 — 9 May 1919

STOP! LOC DO THE DEED I !! READ!!! ^ • " 11 ■ ■> THEN PROCEED! sraaa w • -r 4 Vl : . Order NOW any of the following: :— (Cash with Order.) (NOTE.—We pay postage but of these prices.) . "Good Little Normey" Lolly The Best Sweet in Australia. Three-quarter Pound Packets for 2/-. - fl- r\,< V- r ' -V ,ifV •1 ' fQA V ! » SUN-RAY8ED " Children's Book , - • w,.. 1 1 * " ^ *4 v> j' > \ v (Colored and Illustrated) 64 Pages —15 Fairy Stories 80 Rhymes Equal to any. 4/- Childien's Book for 2/ ! • • . The "SUN-RAYSED " Recipe Book (24 pages) illii ' ' ' !*■» "%V-r ' •-■•'' s ■ Colored—Gives 89 Tested and illustrated methods of using SUN-RAYSED FROSTS And also 4d. ■* ""r V r #» t- lr *„v ■*$ * r° n«>* J ' The 4-1 b. (net) " SUN-RAYSED " Packet of 1-lb. CURRANTS, 2-lbs. SULTANAS, 1-lb. LEXIAS in 4 1-lb. Cardboard Cartons weighed to a berry, complete with cardboard container ... ... ... 4/10 if Victorian Address. (This includes postage l/6). 6/- if any other State. (This in...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHOLESALE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 9 May 1919

WHOLESALE MARKETS. Castor: Imported, 7/6 to 8/- per gal lon, in half-eases; Australian, 7/6 per gallon. China: No. 1, 9/-; No. 2, 8/9 per gallon. Chinawood or Tung: 9/- per gallon. Cotton Seed: American 10/-, Japan ese S/- per gallon. Creosote: Australian, 2/3 per gallon in casks, 2/9 in drums. Fish.—5/- per gallon, Japanese coJ 5/3, herring No. i 5/-, N.Z. whale 4/ per gallon. Fly-blown Sheep Oil: Australian, 5/ per gallon, in 5-gallon drums. Kerosene: 10/8, less 2% per cent, per case of 8 1-3 gallons. Benzine: 25/ per case of 8 gallons. Kapok Oil: Java, 7/6 per gallon. Linseed Oil: Raw 7/8*4, boiled 7/10VS> per gall., in cases. Neatsfoot: Pure, in casks, 7/- per gallon; seconds, 0/-; compounds, in drums, 5/- per gallon. Olive Oil: Imported, 46/- per gallon. Peanut Oil: Java, 7/6 per gallon. Rape Seed Oil: 8/6 per gallon. Redlead: £70 per ton. Resin Oil: £60 for pale, £5S for dark, per ton. •Stockholm Tar Spirits: 7/- per gallon in 5-gflll. drums. Stockholm Tar: Imported, 33/6 p...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ABOUT NORTHERN PEOPLE. Mr. P. J. RYAN. NEWCASTLE SCHOOL'S G.O.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 9 May 1919

ABOUT NORTHERN PEOPLE. Mr. P. J. RYAN. NEWCASTLE SCHOOL'S G.O.M. Appin is a little village about, ten miles from Campbelltown, on the I southern railway line. Although small, some of the most famous Australians were born there, among them being James Tyson, the millionaire, and two or three officers who hold, high places in the A.T.F. at the present time. MR. P. J. RYAN. Mr. Patrick James Ryan, who is known in the Newcastle district as the G.OjM. of Schools, is a native of Appin. He was born there in February, 1857. After being a pupil teacher in Sydney for four years he went to the Fort-street Training College (Sydney). He was appointed to the Catholic School at Morpeth, where he stayed for seven years, when State aid was withdrawn. He then went to .Careoar, and two years later to Minmi, where he was in charge for eleven years. He was then promoted to the hcadmas tership of Now Lambton, and during his 22 years' service there his methods of teaching met with great success. About 18 ...

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 — 9 May 1919

DAIRY PRODUCE. Butter.—Proclaimed prices (boxes ami cartage 2/- extra).—First-class, 177/4 per cwt. Packet in prints, %d extra may be charged. Eggs.—'Hen: New-laid 2/7 to 2/9, railway and .South Coast, 1/10 to 2/3, river 1/8 to 1/10. T)uck: New-laid 2/3 to 2/0, ease 1/6 to 1/7 per dozen. Cheese.—Matured, large and medium 1/1, loaf 1/1 %; new, large and medium 1/-, loaf 1/0% per lb. IToney.—601b. tins of choice liquid Western honey 6%d to 7d, dark from 5d per lb. Beeswax.—Scarce, 2/- to '2/3 per lb, Hams.—Cloths 1/5%, seeds 1/6% per lb. Bacon.—Sides 1/1 to .1/1%, flitches 1/0% to 1/1, middles 1/3 to 1/3%, shoulders 10%d to ll%d per lb. Lard.—'Packets lO^d, bulk 10d per lb. Poultry.—Railway and Northern River consignments: Hens, 2/6 to 4/-; roosters, young and small 3/6, large 5/ to 6/-. Muscovy ducks, 4/- to 5/n; Muscovy drakes, 4/6 to 6/.-. Turkeys, gobblers 15/- to 20/- a pair.

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 — 9 May 1919

Coaponnj H<m loe'i Engineering, Mi-iog *n«i Sporting RttjoiMttt, Cycle. Motne and Molot Bos Tyrrt. Rubber and Balafa Belling, Waterproof Clothing, Rubbet Heeft «r»d Solet~-ln (act every description of Rubber liood>—aie now manufactured 4to*r I wo Qunlop Mill* by Au»inlun La boor wilh Australian Capital Th«e Good* are equs! to Material sod Workaasathlp to tft» b**t imported orttcfe, %o4 tta*» the important fttfraotaje «l being freah and ire* Croca pcriih. whjcb mean* longer ok» •ad oonteqoeaMy rcduoed ^csi Ouj Oood) &*» good, and am worthy ©I fats eoeaidcnulon vben purchasing< by «© doing, yoo wiD no« ooJy oblate a cstbUciory trficta, but yo« win be eupporting an AuuraKan industry thai C8^kry» 800 band*. And »^cnd3 clt*e 00 ^100,000 10 wage* alooe in Austraiui* every yea* Again, by purchasing Ounlop Gc*«da yvo keep youi money u> Australasia, and thu* indirectly bench/ luurMll Thick of thta wdrfs? a*Mt purvh*$tnf Rubber Tt« DU.1I.0P RUBBER Co ta (MT...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Newcastle's 400. A COUSIN'S LETTER. "The Hill, Newcastle. Thursday morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 9 May 1919

Newcastle's 400. A COUSIN'S LETTER. "The Hill, Newcastle. Thursday morning. Darling Old Breuda,— J was thinking of you last night when I went along with Mrs. Snapper and saw (Miss Gross's trousseau. She didn't tell us when she was getting married, but I suppose it will be soon, as he has been back some time now, and looked very grand in his full regimentals. Sha looked very proud alongside of him, too, as they walked along Hunter-street, although when he was away she seemed to seek consolation. iShe had a great time when the dramatic- company was on at the Victoria. Her things are very nice. So many thought it was she who married the auctioneer. How is your glory box getting on? I suppose it will be this year, some time, won't it? I met Kathleen Perry, who had been nursing out at the Waratah 'Flu Hos pital. She said they have been having a trying time, and she had to give it up. The worst cases must be hard to look after. They get so delirious. Nearly all of tliem think they are 011...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INVERELL'S OLDEST. Mr. Wm. Reditt. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 9 May 1919

o INVERELL'S OLDEST. Wm. Reditt. Still hearty, Kale and strong, and in the full possession of all his senses, mental and physical, Mr. William Reditt, of 'River-street, can claim to •be one of the oldest, if not the oldest, resident of Inverell to-da}'. Very early in the sixties his sister, who was he wife of Police Sergeant Farnsworth, arrived in Inverell with lier husband, who was given charge of that police district, with a trooper (Constable Martin) to assist him in maintaining the peace, chronicles thi Inverell Times. As Mrs. Farnsworth was childless, in LS(>2 she invited her two younger brothers, William and Frank, to make her house their home. This invitation they accepted. At the time the police station and quarters were situated in Byron-street, opposite to where Ross Ltd.'a premises now stands. in those days there was not a policj magistrate in the district, and when aj adjudicator was needed, Mr. Angus Fletcher, a J .P. and manager of Au burn Vale Station, was mostly c...

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 — 9 May 1919

If you desire Comfort and Satisfaction Stay at TOM AHEARN'S Railway Hotel 393 Hunter-St. W. Newcastle Ccod Accommodation. Tariff, 6/- per day. PROCEED to and from SYDNEY and NEWC&STE.E, also CONSIGN YOUR. CARGO NIGHTLY SAILINGS (Sundays Excepted FLEET. T. S. S. "HUNTER" - 1840 tons. S. S. "NAMOI" - 1414 tons. S. S. "NEWCASTLE" 1251 tons. PER THE ., . k Unlet tin 5 s Also to PORT STEPHENS : S.S. " Allyn River." Bi»Weeb!g 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
DEATH OF MRS. C. M. PILE. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 9 May 1919

DEATH OF MRS. C. M. PILE. The death occurred recently at Bulladelali of Catherine Mary Pile, aged 69 years, relict of the late Charleg 0. Pile. She wa9 one of the best known and most highly respected residents of the locality. Her name is ever as ' soeiated. with the pioneering days of Bulladelah. With her late husband, who died some 14 years ago, Mrs: Pile arrived in Bulladelah 47 years ago, after a two days' ride on horseback from Raymond Terrace. Since then the country has changed. The mountain tracks were passable by horse or on foot. The town of Bulladelah his grown into no uncertain prominence. With the hardships of the early days, these early pioneers bravely contended. There, was no doctor within 25 miles of the place, and then only'by an almost untrafficable road. The isolation of the town in those days should be sufficient to give an idea of the conditions in which the "old hands" lived and made good. The late Mrs. Pile was of a charitaible and kindly disposition and a gre...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIKELY AMALGAMATION BY HILL END COMPANIE [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 9 May 1919

LIKELY AMALGAMATION BY HILL END COMPANIE The managing directors of Hawltins' ■Hill, Deep Levels-Hawkins' Hill and Deep Levels mines paid a visit to Hill End during the past week. An import ant conference lias taken place between these gentlemen and with the Marshall Brothers, and it is expected that, fol lowing 011 the conference, a satisfac tory amalgamation of some of the mines will be: carried into effect. This should be a very important step and should also prove of great benefit to the field. —Uur JMudgee correspondent.

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SULPHIDE CORPORATION USE IMPROVED METHODS [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 9 May 1919

SULPHIDE CORPORATION USE IMPROVED METHODS The iSulphide Corporation at Cockle Creek has imported a steam travelling crane, built by the Industrial W orlcs, of Bay City, Michigan, which has a capacity varying from 30,0001b. at lift, radius, to 61001b. at a 40ft. radius. The crane is equipped with gear for opera ting a grab bucket. It is solf-'propel ling, and has the usual motions of slew ing, hoisting, and derricking. The frame supporting the crane is carried on two bogies. The jib has a maximum radius of 40ft., and the boiler pressure is 2101b. to the square inch. The crane will be used in the works yards, for the handling of limestone, coal, and pig lead, and for general lifting. A trial of the crane yesterday was in every way satisfactory. The capacity of the rock storage bins at the superphosphate plant of the Sulphide Corporation is being increased from GOOO tons to 10,000 tons.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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