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PROSPECTING WORK FOR SOLDIERS IS SUGGESTED Mine Manager Thicks Repatriation Dept. Should Help Men to Test Old Fields [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 16 May 1919

PROJECTING JfORK FOR | _ lI'loEPpS^S Wi||STE|; Mine Manager Thicks Repatriation Dept. Should Heip ■ Men to - - Test Old Fields . ; (By W. H. Bemi.) All sorts of metliods have been sug gested for the repatriation of our soldiers. Some have been adopted and are working well. A suggestion, which contains much good promise, has been made to the Repatriation Department by Mr. H. Dawson, of Gulgong. Mr. Dawson is the manager of the New Caledonian Mining Syndicate, whicu operates in various parts o£ the .Gulgong mining district. The scheme, in a nut shell, is that the Repatriation Depart ment should provide a form of pro specting work for soldiers, which would be the means of testing a number of the old mining fields of the State. The department is considering the proposal, and-a mining expert -will visit Gulgon^ at an early date to inspect the field, and report as to the. practicability of. the working of the scheme. The proposal gives much promise of providing inter esting and profitable...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ABOUT NORTHERN PEOPLE. LONG WAR SERVICE. Rev. J. V. F. Gregg- Mac-gregor, D.C.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 16 May 1919

ABOUT NORTHERN PEOPLE. LONG WAR SERVICE. Rev. J. V. F. Gregg - Mac gregor, D.C.M. Standing over six feet three inches in his military boots, Chaplain-Major John Vivian Fortescue Gregg-Macgregor might easily have been picked out in the groirp of ollicers at the landing of the Plassy contingent of returned sol diers on Saturday last. An Englishman by birth, and the son of the Rev. Dr. Gregg-Macgregor, this Oxford Univer sity graduate was preparing for holy orders in the Church of England be fore he came to Australia. Shortly after his arrival in New South Wales he commenced clerical work in the Diocese of Newcastle, and he was or dained 'by the late Bishop Stretch. At the outbreak of war he was curate at Scone. One of the first in this State to re spond to the call of Empire, according to the S.M. Herald, the patriotic curatc enlisted as a private, and went away with the Australian Army Medical Corps. iHe served through the worst or the Gallipoli campaign as a stretcher bearer, and wa...

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 — 16 May 1919

©URL©P • it RUBBER GOODS" Coaprwnf He** (r*cn description!, Engineering, Mi^ng and Sporting Reqaiuiet, Cycle, and Motot Boi Tjrtrt. Rabbet and RaUu Belting, Waterproof Clothing, Rubber Meet* «nd Sotc*~ln fact every description of Rubbe* Good*—ere. now manulictured •tow l«t> Dunlop Hill* by Au»tra!uo Laboor wilti Australian Capital Thew Good* are eqo*! to M*ttr1*l «od Wor**u**blp to rh0 6+Mt imported errfcAa, a" &*** the /rapoflsmt crfresOtfB ai being (rc*h and tret troca perish. which cncani longer o*e, asdcooacqueirtlf. reduced x*l Ou* Qoodo Ur» food, and are worthy of you* coMfcteraSfon when purchaaing i ty ao doing, yoa will not only obufe* • sattslactory artide, bot foe wiD b« supporting an Australian industry thai exz&oft 800 hanjb.and ipends ciow 00 r^iobyoob io wage* ftlo^flr in Australia!*-, evtry far ^ Afrlxt, t*jr" porchajiwi'g Dunlop Goodt you keep your money lo Australasia,' and thus Indirectly bedefil yourself Think of tbl» *A«o a*Mt purcpsBiag. • Ruh...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 16 May 1919

if you desire Conjfort and Satisfaction Stay at TOM AHEARN?S 393 Hunter-St. W. Newcastle Cood Aooommodatlon. Tariff, 0/-per day-!

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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 — 16 May 1919

V \Sf"$ "IpfTs - ■ ■' .?'• Newcastle's 400. A COUSIN'S LETTER. "The Hill,." Newcastle, Thursday 'morning. Dear Olil Brenda,— It seems ages since I wrote you, and yet little seems to have happened since. With this wretched 'flu. still with us one meets so few nowadays and hears so little. It doesn 't look as if' there'11 !>e any excitement- until the Newcastle Lup. 1 hope nothing will prevent it being held ut the end of this month. I've worn my new costume twice al ready, and feel I 'd like to get another dress, but can't, afford it. Mrs. Perry was telling us the other evening that the Dixon divorce case is off. She understood that they had fixed matters up, hubby having promised not to have anything more to do with the lady who has such. peroxide hair. J think she had hopes of him marrying her, as she went down to 'Sydney re cently and got a. divorce herself on the grounds of desertion, and the . three years were just up. I saw Flo; Martin at Boolaroq- races last Saturday. She wa...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 16 May 1919

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Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THINGS THAT DO NOT PAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 16 May 1919

THINGS THAT DO NOT PAY. Under the above caption/ a member of the South Australian Bureau of Agriculture contributed a paper to one of the -branches that is not without humor and point. Some of his items we adapt to local conditions as fol j lows:— . 'It does not pay to let the farm im plement's, harness, and other perishable property lie out in the rain, sun, heat, cold and mud, while you keep 011 pay ing bills for repairs and renewals, and suffer the loss of time caused by things being out of order when they are vo quired. —To purchase commercial fertilisers and allow tons of stable manure to re main idle in the yards, and have all its valuable properties bleached out by rains or burned out by the sun. —To grow wheat and hay or ever, with poorer crops each year, while bet ter methods would mean larger profits. —To put off the preparation of land for a few weeks, because the ploughs or harrows need repairing, or the teams are tired and worn out, instead of tak ing time by the forelo...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PROGRESSIVE FARMER. A POPULAR DUCK. The Reasons for the Popularity of the Indian Runner. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 16 May 1919

THE PROGRESSIVE FARMER. C A POPULAR DUCK. The Reasons for the Popularity of the Indian Runner. (By Mrs. George W. Church.) The Indian Runner cluck is the most popular as well as one of the most pro fitable fowls in the feathered worM. This great popularity is founded .en tirely on tho merits of the breed, hence will continue and increase. It is not as some people seem to think, "merely a boom," created by extensive adver tising.. The demand has so far ex ceeded tho supply that in the past stock and eggs have been sold almost, entirely by classified advertising. £200 From Eggs. Owing to the facts that the young are easy to raise and that the birds are 'easy to sell, besides being most boautiful and interesting, they appeal strongly to women, for many of whom they have solved the problem, "How can I earn money at home?" Quite a number of women in the United States are deriving more than £200 ,1 year from the sale of eggs, day-old ducklings and stock. As no special talent is re quired ...

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 — 16 May 1919

METAL POLISH HAS NO EQUAL

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Of Interest to Women. Evening Head-Dresses. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 16 May 1919

V :=*=S <faj Of Interest to k/3) By Mother o1 Pearl Evening Head-Dresses. Latest Parisian news emphasises the fact that it is again becoming the fashion to wear elaborate head-dresses in the evening. J\'o longer is the sleek coiffure simply adorned with a singlo jewel, the smart thing at large func tions or 011 ceremonious occasions. | Victory has brought a more extrava- j gant fashion, which is not surprising | i when one remembers the volatile dis I position of our French allies. The hair will be elaborately coiffed, and over it will be arranged a gorgeous head dress, something of a turban, of rath'.v fantastic design, in gold tissue and pearls—sometimes precious stones, which give an air of rich extrava i gance to hotel and theatre. Some wo j men favor large picture hats of tulle i or lace, often adorned with a perfect riot of brilliantly dyed ostrich j feathers, this very softly elegant mode of trimming having taken a fresh hold of the hearts of Paris. Bandeaux of jet...

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 — 16 May 1919

The necessity of good corsets cannot be too strongly recommended to those who do not realise this fact. THE CORSETS, being of modish design, exquisite workmanship and faultless fitting are consequently the most comfort-giving corsets of the day. Rustless.—Of British Make, by the World's Best Makers. AB1SL FOR THEM BAKING POWDER You must remember there is a difference in Baking Powders —in the manner in which they work and the wholesomeness as well as daintiness of the food they make Housewives who have had experience show preference to "JOHN BULL" ABSOLUTELY PURE NO SUBSTITUTES Only genuine French Cream of Tartar used MANY HANDS MAKE LIGHT WORK

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 — 16 May 1919

Place your FIRE, MARINE ACCIDENT And other Classes of insurance WITH THE LIMITED. ffi Representative RustraHian Institution Established 1862. Head Office: George & Hunter Sts. Sydney. DIRECTORS : GEORGE J. COHEN (David Cohen & Co. Ltd.), Chairman 0. E. FRIEND. THOS. BUCKLAND. F. B. S. FALK1NER, M H.R. G. E. FAIRFAX. N. F. CHRISTOE BARTIN HAIGH, General Manager. Newcastle District Bianco: United Chambers Bolton Street, Newcastle. HARRY. T. SHAW, Manager

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 — 16 May 1919

Regina Sewing Machines SILENT RUNNING LOCKSTITCH. Reliability. Economy. Durability. Perfection. AGENTS FOR N.S.W.: David Cohen & Co., Limited, NEWCASTLE. rewaaega—i ICKLE Composed of Fresh Fru|ts, Rare Spices 81 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. SOLD EVERYWHERE IN TWO SIZES AT POPULAR PRICES. MACONOCHIE BROS.. Ltd.. LONDON;

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 — 16 May 1919

URNOTT'S BISCUITS. PLEASING PRICES for PROMPT and PERFECTLY PRODUCED PRINTING . . at . . ft Hp LIMITED, kThe Leading Printers of the Northj 25 BOLTON STREET,, NEWCASTLE. We will quote you for anything a Primer can print-. In Bookbinding and Account - Book Making we excel. We specialise in High-cla-s Illuminated Addresses. DO IT THROUGH GERRAND FORD'S Football® Rwdby, Australian, and Aanoclajlon.

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Children's Corner. Another Competition. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 16 May 1919

VW5 By Sister Susie. Another Competition. Once again I should like to have a letter from any of my young friends, both boys and girls, "this time telling me about the books they have read and those that they like best. The editor has promised ">/- i'or tlie best letter. State your age. Send your letter to Sister Susie, Box 257, P.O., Newcastle, not later than 31st May.,. The Sacrifice of Marshal Focli. When the German delegates came to see Marshal Focli, the Marshal himself knew that a few days more would havo seen the surrender of the whole German Army into his hands and produced the greatest victory of all ages. The Mar shal renounced that glory, deliberately and with his eyes open, because it must have cost a certain number of French and British lives, and he could not have it on his conscience to .sacrifice one life after it was in" his power to make peace with honor and victory. Secrets of the War. ' The Audacious did go down. She was sunk by a mine, as thousands of people k...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REPLIES. Sock For Child (5 years). [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 16 May 1919

REPLIES. Sock For Child (5 years). • "L.B." (Newcastle) asks how to knit a sock for a child of 5 years? (I am glad that you like the Voico of the North and appreciate my effort? to interest women-readers. I am also glad that yoii found the directions for the child's knitted singlet so satisfac tory.—Mother 0'Pearl.) You will want a set of No. 14 steel needles and about 2 skeins of Andalu sian wool for one pair of socks; yoa will also want a small quantity of dif ferent colored wool, of the same thick ness, for the fancy strips round the top. If j*ou prefer a plain sock, of course, continue with the wool of the color yon have chosen for the socks. Children of 5 years vary in size, like wise their feet are in proportion. My little son of 5 years takes size 12 in boots, so his sock would be an out-size. I am giving you a medium size, but it is not difficult to increase or decrease proportionately. Cast on G8 stitches, 20 on the first, and 24 on each of the 2nd and 3rd needles. Knit 20 ...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR NORTHERN SCENERY. Glen Innes to Grafton—100 Miles. MOTOR TRIP IN BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY. Mountains, Gullies, Rivers and Plains afford Pleasure to Every Traveller. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 16 May 1919

OUR NORTHERN SCENERY. Glen Innes to Grafton- -100 Miles. M0T0A TRIP IN BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY. Mountains, Gullies, Rivers and Plains afford Pleasure to Every Traveller. A. G-. Stoneman.) There are few trips in New South Wales (and certainly none in the north) that afford prettier scenery than that between Glen Innes and Grafton—a dis tance of 103 miles. There is no need for northerners to go to the Blue Moun tains or to the Hawkesbury River, for on the Big Hill, less than 30 miles from Glen ]nnes, there can be seen some magnificent panoramas, and nature 3n all her rugged beauty is there for the ye of the visitor to feast upon. 2500ft. Drop in Seven Miles. The journey is made by car daily between the two towns mentioned, but tars for hire are also available at Glen Innes or at Grafton (if the tourist makes the trip up the coast by boat). Jf you come to Glen Tnnes by rail and wish to go to Grafton, the mail service ears run through in less than eight hours. Only a few years ago, prior to t...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COW CALLED "GOLDMINE" LIVES UP TO ITS NAME [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 16 May 1919

COW CALLED "GOLDMINE" LIVES UP TO ITS NAME A Giuulurimba dairyman has a cow that has been milking since February 26, 1916. Winter ami summer, sun shine or rain, drought or floods, this cow keeps on milking. At present she gives 281b. of milk daily. She is in tip-top condition, and to all appear ances will milk for another year or so. Her owner calls her "Goldmine."

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MAILTAND'S NEW HEADMASTER Was Entertained by Pupils, Staff, Parents and Citizens before leaving Glen Innes. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 16 May 1919

MAILTAND'S NEW HEADMASTER Was Entertained by Pupils, Staff, Parents and Citizens before leaving Glen Innes. Mr. T. A. Tarrant, B.A., headmaster of Glen Times District School, who suc ceeds Mr. E. Nettleship as headmaster of the Superior Public School in West Maitland, was entertained at thre^ pleasant functions on Thursday, when he bade good-bye to the children and staff. The Rev. H. W.• Woodhouse ex pressed the regret all felt at Mr. Tar rant's departure, whose influence oil the uoys and girls who came under his charge would remain with them in their after-life. On behalf of the boys and girls of the Secondary 'School, Mr. Tar rant was presented with a handsome case of pipes as a token of the esteem in which he was held. The teachers and members of the Parents and Citizens' Association entertained' Mr. and Mrs. Tarrant, and 011 behalf of the staff Mi*. Tarrant was presented with an after noon tea set.. One of the speakers at the gathering remarked that Mr. Tar rant had made himself...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SILTING OF BARS STOP NORTHERN COASTAL TRADE Bar at Richmond Needs Daily Attention is Opinion of a Ballina Resident. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 16 May 1919

SILTING OF BARS STOP NORTHERN COASTAL TRADE Bar at Richmond Needs Daily Attention is Opinion of a Ballina Resident. The bar at the mouth of the river is still in an unsatisfactory condition both for ingress and egress, and it .is' unofficially stated that its depth at low tide is less than Oft., wrote the Ballina correspondent of the Northern Star last week. In any case, the pilot will not allow either the steamers Brundah or (Joombar to proceed to Sydney. The coastal steamers Yulgilbar and Mokau, which have been "haveiling" in Bvron Bay for a few days, steamed to the heads this morning only to iind that the journey was unfruitful at tho present stage of bar matters. Owing to the practical cessation of the easterly wind, however, it is likely that they will anchor out to-night in the hope of get ting into the river at day dawn to morrow. The steamer Ramornie, which has about 400 tons of general merchandise for Lismore, is expected off the bar to morrow morning, but the time of lie. ...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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