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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 27 June 1919

PROCEED to and from SYDNEY and HE^CKSTLE, also CONSIGN YOUR CHRGO NIGHTLY SAILINGS (Sundays Excepted FLEET. T. S. S. " HUNTER" - 1840 tons. S. S. "NAMOI" - 1414 tons S. S. "NEWCASTLE" 1251 tons PER THE . . . & Hunter Biter Si Ga;s S Also to mt STEPHENS: S& " Allyn River.' • - ' ' Bi-Woe&ip WHARVES Whatf,--j^EWilASTtE.. . •: Fbdt of SVibNEY. •• • N. cufHBERTSON, ; Geriefail Mafiager.

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Athletic Trainer A Man of Many Parts. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 27 June 1919

By J. G-. Hayward. A really good " athletic* trainer 1 ft; worth his weight in gold, for he nuut he a man of many parts. He must., for example, himself be an athlete, able to extend his charge at. say, boxing, or to keep up with him 011 hard. training walks, and at othe' exercises. Tie must, have a wide knowledge of the game, whatever it may be, so thai; he can give his man sound ai'lvice am.' put him up to all the likely tricks of the opposition where it. is a man to maii contest. His last, words to the athlete are quite as important as the racing trainer's fina' instructions to a jockey. It, is for him to say how a battle shall be fought, or a race run, and rightly to advise hi must know every move on the board. Strength. He must be.a man of strong charac ter, for lie has to control men, and ofte:: in most, difficult circumstances. Some men do not, take kindly to training. I 1 the case of a football team, there arj usually one or two men who won't fall into training line with the ...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TIDINGS OF THE NORTH. DISTRICT NEWS. GULGONG.Death. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 27 June 1919

-----0------ FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS. -----0----   DISTRICT NEWS. GULGONG. •Miss Driscoll, of Goolm'a, near Qui gong, died in Orange on Monday last after a lengthy illness. Deceased was 38 years of age. . Transferred to Coolah. Mr. Les. Wilde, of the staff of tbe Gulgong post office, has been transferro.l to Coolah to carry out relief work fr.r several weeks. Building. There is a great demand in this towr: for houses, and many people are hoping to see a building boom shortly, which - will help to supply the needs of tho town. Returned Home. Warrant-Officer Jack O'Connor, s<«n of Mr. Martin O'Connor of this town, returned home on Wednesday, after spending over three years on active sjf vice. He was engaged in many of Mie big stunts on the other side, but has retrrned home in the best of health an-.i spirits. Private Hugh Spring. It is reported that Private Hugh Spring is returning home from the   front. Private Spring was the organiser of ...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Messages from the Unknown. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 10 July 1919

8'llTfWl • fj|ki§iiw.|£ ||eH .ma. « gi|§ ith^se v^JFtls was jppgiis &£ | ^o'tog ;KiSi;^rgea|}| %ho was killed in France in the first week of September last.. His father had had the telegram giving the sarj news, and had gone in person to break the news to the girl. Before he could say a word, she announced that she was aware of ;,what had 3ia.ppcui.edi 4 , "I saw. him^'' she went fori*: .'fHe; came to me last Tuesday morning jus* as I was laying the table for breakfast. I saw him standing on the other side of the room. He was in khaki, but his' tunic 'was off. He was very pale, and there was blood on the left side ot\ his face. He looked at me a moment, then vanished." Later, these . fact& relating to the dead man's. appearance were corroborated. He had been shot through the left temple, and at the mo ment was in his shirt sleeves. This is only one of scores of similar instances which have occurred during the war. Just as the Marconi rays flash through the ether with...

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 — 10 July 1919

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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 — 10 July 1919

WITH THE § R isl Establish edr 1S.62. &usi?&KiQn Instltiition i--0A ~~ ^ £eorge&Hunter Sts. DIRECTORS: .... ,A **• COHEN (David Cohen & Chairman 0. e/^irm^d.- • • THOS. BtJCSOiAND. • F. B..& Fl^K^IER, MH.R. 3'. 2; F^IRF^X."-. ' " •"" Ni EV CHRISg&E; 3 :;J feA0RT?lN HAIGH, General Manager. Uei t e d Chambers .. . . HAH||6|,T. SHAW,

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hospital and Benevolent Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 10 July 1919

Hospital and Benevolent The organising committee' lias met with a succession of reverses in ^eoftr; nection with this 3'ear's effort "fotr Charities Day..- The. imposition of th& influenza .restrictions, was. the cause oi extending ^the date of- the carnival in the first instance. As soon as the said restrictions were lifted- activities were resumed and arrangements perfected for holding the Street Gala Day on' June. 27th, but unfortunately the plague has returned .with increased virulence, and a, further postponement, was agreed to. on the advice;'of: the, medical authorities. Meanwhile the organisers . are . proceeding with the several competitions, which * are such serviceable" adjuncts to' the principal effort. The, citizens who • are: conduct ing this; fete; deserve, well of the com munity, and" we. earnestly. hope that ..jyhon a. „dake . .. i.s;-jfinaJly fixed goort. 'wieather and;iiiormaff' conditions will, pre vailcomplete suc.ce$& The^use' is.tU<0...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Anonymous Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 10 July 1919

Anonymous Correspon dence. Some of our contemporaries in New castle favour the policy of allowing al most unlimited space to persons ashamed of their identity. Anonymity may be excusable between private part ies under exceptional circumstances,, but it is a crime when applied the public life of the community. The present sys tem permits the most miserable cur to skulk behind the hedge and distri bute his cowardly insinuations broad east. Quite recently a biassed individu al, suffering from curvature of intellect, was 'permitted to express the opinion that the plague came upon us in conse quence of the wickedness of some, boys kicking a football in a public park on Sunday. If this decrepid specimen of humanity dared to express himself pub. licly he would be .promptly and properly dealt with; but ,by means of a friendly editor he is permitted to emit his blasphemous doctrine and go unscathed. The columns of this "journal have .been kept free of the quack-doctors' adver tisements and s...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Prophecies Fulfilled. WHEN BRITISH SOLDIERS HAVE MUTINIED. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 10 July 1919

WHEN BRITISH SOLDIERS ^niexnwpto.' f'UJ •'/: -©VOW M9-.1 irjl.'Cl IV rj.i.m . ThieilfJfeaPSLKisei^s • left Ui'm'is- so; '-t&fe. Mnd is practically ' uaele&s;'i"-0c;hisw.;faofc''iinspired ma'ny^of his ••3tr$jetJtsH/'\vith':idire ! forebodings '• wheii''bfe 4am%l'td,:tlie'Ji?hroiie. -Ftfr eeh- > turie&u arqk'oph'ecy-has been.' current " in ' the isFbthetlati'd/ - fofetelling that the" Germia'o,! Empire would ' be' brought to ruin iurtder an Emperor with one hand. This^precliction is not the only one which; 4ias 'b'efeii1'realised by the waT. Before his'- assassination ~in 1S8"1 the Tsari'A'lexander ;II. was haunted by; the dread', that: the wr oiigs: of Poland Should be fearfully avenged on'Russia and on the Koi'naiioffs, •'wlio had'been her Chief oppressors:-' !-•■'!'■■■ h- •»-.» • :■ •• Hi$ ^AvoiiriteV tKe' 'I>riiLc6s.s ;iDiplgoruki, who n]passlsd '.'for,' a religious ' 'mystic, sougOT' .'tfo ^e'assure ' him by declaring that iPolaiict r should : nevefb...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No Compensation. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 10 July 1919

i' A ' Compensation. ^■their'^erit&'usiatsiiu■ 'to .warp their bettei,. •ijudgm««J; AJrioj^^t'^efle^jLoiu^oulty iufflc^ ^ eonviiltei^^in. %isft'e i$jus-/j ^fcices^^^ .%pu^|(^^;p§t^p .. ag&hisl| ^owhe^ofjjlice:^ sljpuifi? 5 real^esivjwfet ' . -ain^$£e%\)^si.^ buildings, now tenanted by licensed ^iet.uallera, were, brought.int,o Jjejng by 'thjgij'yerj^ own l^tWtion. fT-hj? taw of the ' country, in 'many instance's, in fluenced; by the. demands of the Tem perance Party, compelled the erection of those stately buildings, so prominent in all our .cities and-towns. To say that the owners are hot entitled to re ceive reasonable compensation on t!i° withdrawal of the license which formed the,basis'of the building contract, is to make an' utterance as dishonest as it is dishonorable. The 'State might, with equal rectitude, dishonor a loan from Great Britain, as break faith with a citizen who, acted in good faith when fulfilling the requirements of ' th& Statute' Law. ...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Liquor Prohibition AMERICAN LABOR LEADER'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 10 July 1919

Liquor Prohibition AMERICAN LABOR LEADER'S VIEWS. The Voice of the North has frequent ly expressed grave doubts as to the wis dom of the attempts being made by the N.S.W. Alliance to fasten upon this State the shackles of total prohibition of the production and sale of alcoholic beverages of any kind, holding that if these attempts were successful the re sults that would ensue to the commu nity would be far more harmful thaii chose which follow an over-indulgence in - spirituous . liquors. These opinions a're emphatically endorsed by Mr. Sam uel Gompers, the. well known Presi dent of the American Federation of Labour who, next to the President of the United'States, would seem to stand higher in public estimation, and to ex ercise more power and influence in that country than any other man. Some months ago a body of Senators and Con gress men. known as the Joint Legisla tive Committee, was appointed to en quire into and report upon' the proposal to make Prohibition the law'throughout...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Daniel Henry Deniehy. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 10 July 1919

EDanieS Henry -Deniehy. The Australasian Society deserves the thanks of the thinkers of thie Common wealth for publishing the story of the most gifted orator born in this coun try. The author of .the ibQOkJe.t is Mr. D. J. Ryan, of West Maitland, who has handled. his, subject in. masterly fashion, acclaiming the merits. of his gifted countryman; and dealing" charit ably with his failings. The. story of Deniehey's life should be familiar to every young Australian, and the youth in search of such information should secure a copy of this latest publication which may be procured from any of the booksellers in Newcastle. Mi'. Rya i introduces Deniehy to his readers by quoting from a speech by the Eight .BfonpraMe,. William JBede . Dalley. P.C., wlio remarked as follows:—'"-It was mv inestimable privilege to enjoy for years his most'intimate friendship; to hang for hours >upon t]ie music, of a speech" whieli)- to -friiy :e&vs at' all" Events, .has never fallen' from, feny other...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Newcastle v. Ballarat. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 10 July 1919

Mewcastie v. BaBBarat. A recent visitor to Newcastle from Ballarat was asked for his opinion of the two. cities compared. His reply de serves consideration. "Jt is impossible to compare the two cities. They rest 011 different bases entirely, . 'Ballarat is supported by men • engaged -in pas toral and farming pursuits, and from such citizens, deeply interested in their own city, patriotic aatioiis {are always expected. 'Here in Newcastle the city is essentially maintained by industries, the capital of which belongs to absen tees. The shareholders reside in Eng land or elsewhere, and the local managers are expected to provide divi dends, more especially as • those living •abroad' consider 'Australia-, a land of gold. I think tliis fact 'accounts for the absence of statuary from your streets, inadequate- concert - accommo dation, no art gallery, museum or public library." .

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 — 10 July 1919

Voiccs the Rightful Claims of the' Northern and North-Western Districts o£ N.S.W. PRICE Posted - Id. PER COPY. s. d. [ 1 9 Quarter a 2 9 Six Months I 5 0 Year ADVERTISING RATES: . . . V ; 3/- per incli for Casual Advertising .... 1 2/6 ,, ,, ,, 4 insertions 2,, ,,13 insertions >- • :/■. v 1/9 ,, ,, ,,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. .All communications, both literary and business, should be addressed to Box 180, Newcastle. NEWCASTLE, JULY 10, 1919.

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Australian Architects. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 10 July 1919

Australian, Architects?, ,'% e'i v f § t*. j i '?-•* (■ > a- y! The Hon. J. I). Fitzgerald " has pro vided amplified reasons why architects should possess a sound knowledge of local conditions -prior to1 being entriist ed v/itli any building scheme of import ance. The Minister is seemingly out of harmony with the remaining mem bers of the Cabinet, who evidently favoured the appointment recently made by the Senate of the Sydney Uni versity in connection with the 'Chair ot Architecture. All the old seasoned veterans of the profession, with credit able records, were passed over in favor of a comparatively youthful aspirant from the other side of the earth, and the Government, which provides the huge annual subsidy, made 110 attempt at a protest. The inducement to take up the -profession of • aii architect. 111 New 'South "Wales is a negligible quantity.

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Seamen's Strike. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 10 July 1919

There is good reason to believe that the strike of the seamen throughout the Commonwealth -will very soon have an ending which is really more favour able than they are entitled to expect. Several weeks ago they were assured, on the highest authority, that if they would refrain from seriously injuring their country's maritime trade, to gether with all those dependent upo i it for the necessities of life, their grievance, or grievances, would be. searchingly inquired into by a com" petent and impartial tribunal, arid if these grievances were found to be based on reason and common-sense, as well as on considerations of humanity, it may be taken for granted that the causes for their complaints would be removed. For some years past all with any knowledge of the conditions under which sea-farers of the fo'csle have had to live and work have been well aware of the urgent need that existed for a marked improvement in these respects. More important still, and much' more satisfying, is the fa...

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 — 10 July 1919

,w m ^ VB>' gs# FLOOR POLISH THE EASIEST SIMPLEST AND BEST POLISH FOR LINOLEUM,FLOORS. FURNITURE. . r OILCLOTH. LEATHER, ET&_ ^ w <s^yj 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. [ICR' D!| OXFORD BLUE. SEMI-PORCELAIN Suited to the Mansion or the Cottage. On the Table of Up-to-Date Hotel *. Obtainable frcm All Leading Stores in N.S.W. Halt's Tain Mtr Violet or Carnation. X. B. PALE ALE. Makes a Quality Appeal which the Connoisseur will not ignore. BREWED & BOTXLED BY TOOTH & CO., LIMITED, Kent Brewery, Sydney. B I/1C0MPLET£ WBTrtaVT 70 KEEN'S MUS1MRD I Church's, White Pine & Tar Cough Syrup, v H Valuable Remedy in Chromic and Recent Cough...

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 — 10 July 1919

CORRUGATED SHEETS. ' BRAND. • * BRAND. GUARANTEED. J7VERY user of Galvanized Iron should possess a copy ofthe "Referee," a small book that contains rnuc/i useful and in teresting information. Free on application to :—, JOHN LYSAGHT, LIMITED; 8 SPRING ST. SYDNEY. PLAIN SHEETS., "FLEUR-DE-LIS" ' BRAND., GUARANTEED.

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