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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 20 November 1919

The Season's Smartest Fabrics Featured by SCOTT'S. These designs are exact photographic replicas of the Goods, reduced one half in size. Laf-esf" Zephyr Shirh'ngs 38Inches wide 5/fe x 1 — x 28 Superior Quality, Linen Finish. 3/6 yard IfiwiBMH iniirniiiinii nil WJamSm ■ IMBJ* ™ . ., —= Check Garbedine Specif Price/ Check& Srripe Garbed ir\e Suih'ngs Special PriceE/g/z ^Inches wkie&lfc oolncneswiuzc(i\ 3g inches wide. a 9 the Leading Scott's send these-Goods Freight Free anywhere in Australia Newcastle Drapers. Scott's send these Goods Freight Free anywhere in Australia

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Sad Case of the Lads of H.M.A.S. "Australia." An Appeal for Clemency Towards Them. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 20 November 1919

The Sad Case of the Lads of H.M.A.S. "Australia." An Appeal for Ciemesacy Towards Them. We have pleasure in publishing the following article, which appeared in the "Millions Magazine," Sydney, of the 1st ult., the sentiments of which we cordially concur /with:— SAILORS SENTENCED. A member of the Club pleads "with, his fellow members to support the Federal politicians in the appeal which is being made to the Imperial Government that mercy, not stein -justice, should be shown to the Australians who were im prisoned for the breaches of discipline on the "Australia." D. J. 0. Rudd, 22 years of age, left Australia on August 6th, 1914. He received the Distinguished Sprvice Medal for fyis services in connection with the Zeebrugge raid. On his re turn to Australia he was charged on June 1st, 1918, with being seen amongst the men on the quarter deck, and with being seen in the boiler-rooms. He was put on his trial for mutiny, found guilty, and sentenced to imprison ment with hard labour for ...

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 — 20 November 1919

License Reduction versus Local Option How Local Option Failed ib. the "United States. ——————————# . ... .. "Dry" America more AScoholic than "Wei" Australia. The N.S.W. 'Prohibitionists abject to the introduction of the Licenses "eduction Board System in substitution for the Local Option provisions of the Liquor Act. f This is further evidence in proof of the ^belief that prohibitionists dp not desire either reform -or temperance. Reform might defeat prohibition; therefore, "Down with Reform" seems to be their motto. Local option .in N.S.W. has failed to. accomplish its .purpose. After a trial extending over 14 years it can safely be written off the ledger of practical politics as a failure. Not in one electorate has no-license been ; : j carried ! The last poll in 191ft resulted in the closing of only 23 hotels; the previ ous one, in 1910, closed 28 hotels, and these were situated in districts where reduction was scarcely needed. " \ jjocal Option has failed to reduce in any of the...

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 — 20 November 1919

MMH0TT*S BISCUITS.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 20 November 1919

Ii\septibiYs and Flouixcirygs. I \ U ii n i !i L.K. 10—LONGCLOTII EDGING, 1 incii wide: assorted designs. ^ i PRICE: 2/11 dozen. L.K. M.—LONGCLOTH INSERTION, 2 inches wide. , PRICE: 8Jd yard. L.K. 12.—LONGCLOTH INSERTION, 2.3 inches widol I^ICE: 1/41, yard.. L.K. 13.—'CA.MBlttC EDGING, 35 Inches wide;-assorted designs. .\' PRICE: 10Jd yard. L.K. 14 ORGANDI EDGING, 5 inches wide. PRICE: 1/6 yard. L.K." 15.—LONGCLOTII PLOUNCfNG, 10 inches wide. ' PRICE: 2/3 yard. L.K. 16.—CAMBRIC ' ALLOVER EM - BROIDERY, 22 inches wide; assorted desig-ns. *• ' PRJCE: 4/11 yard. L.K. 17;—LONGCLOTII EMBROIDERY, o inches,wide; assorted designs. ? " PRICE: 1/6 yard. HROlBEItt, 16} inches wide.; Better (luaiitles. 2/e yard. , PRICES: 2/11, 3/6,\<j/0.: r/q t»ai>Vt L.K. 20.—MUSLIN FLOUNCING, 18 inch.es wide; assorted designs. ■ Price: 3/e yard. CARRIAGE PAID ON THESE GOODS TO ANY PART OF AUSTRALIA.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 20 November 1919

IESID ! The Sovereign AUSTRALIAN REMEDIES for Coughs, Colds, Croup, Asthma, and all Lung Troubles. 'n a Sor Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Constipation, and Headaches. Friend" Teething Syrup For all stages of babyhood. The most efficient household remedy purveyed in Australia. A requisite in every home where babies abide. NOTE THE LABEL. Accept no substitutes. Obtainable from all Storekeepers and Chemists throughout the Commonwealth at prices within reach of the people. [N.B.~Mr's. Harle's medicines were not increased in price during the 'whole period of the war. Jj e Australian people should note this fact ] . Mad© BLUE ** WHITTY'S *— in Australia. Tastes like tlse test freshly roasted coffee—is stronger and more economies! than ©their essences ~ entirely free from adulteration. irepared m © moment ^kmt aoy bother. Say Symington's to your grocer. Thos. Symington & Co., Edinburgh and-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 — 20 November 1919

Index of the New Revised Edition of the Glaxo Baby Book: Page Adenoids .. .. 31 Ailments— Advice to a Mother .. 29-30 General Uinta .. - 30 Bathing Baby.. .. 12-1H Bed Sores ... .. 31-32 Bow Legs .. .. 32 Krouchitis .. .. 32 Biuus'and Scalds .. 32-33 Capacity of Baby'sStomachl0-20 Cbaflng Chicken Pox Chilblains Children's Complaints Symptoms and Treat ment of Clothing Colds .. Colic .. Comforters Constipation .. Convulsions .. Cronp Delicats Babies Development .. Diarrhoea Dietaries: 9 to 12 month 12 to 18 months 1} to i!j years Diphtheria Dysentery Expectant Mothers Feeding Baby .. Feeding Bottles Feeding Time Tablo Fever (General Treat mentiof) Fruit Juice Germnn Measles Glaxo: Wbat it is Directions for Making Easiest to Prepare .. 33 33 33-3 i 3i-r.o ' 2!) Vi 34-3.'» 2y 55-30 3(i 36-37 25 9 37-38 54 51-55 55 38-39 3!) 21--2 14-15 28-19 23 39-40 19 21 15-18 . 19 •20 The Olaxo Feeder has no awk ward corners, erovices, or in dentations in which food might lodge. . The. simple shape ...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Young Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 20 November 1919

Dear Comrades,— • I fully realise that you are waiting for the usual budget of " Australiana," but I. am likewise positive that you will readily forgive. me ' for disap pointing you when I state the facts. Our genial editor has explained to me that he is sorely taxed for space for this issue, and as ho is anxious to print an article dealing with some brave Aus tralian Navy Boys, 1 have relinquished the space usually accorded to me, but which I hope to fill to your complete satisfaction in the December edition of the V. of N." DOROTHY MOLONEY.

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Flowers that See. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 20 November 1919

Most people are aware that potatoes have eyes, but how many know, that certain common garden and wild flowers are similarly equippedl The nasturtium, begonia, clover, wood sorrel, and bluebell, among others, have eyes placed on their leaves. They are tiny protuberances, filled with a trans parent, gummy mixture, which focuses the rays of light upon a sensitive patch of tissue behind them. A nasturtium plant has thousands of such "eyes'' on its leaves, but it is not yet known if the plant can actually see. Are the sense impressions telegraphed to some central nerve corresponding with the brain of the animal kingdom? In addition to this visual organ, many plbnts show a touch of sensitiveness thht points to further resemblance to ariimals; while certain seaweeds and mosses in an early stage of their exist ence are able actually to swim through tho water.

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telephoning From One Train to Another. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 20 November 1919

After the aeroplane telephone, which enables .pilots to speak to one another while flying through the air at consider able distances apart, we "are to have the train telephone, by which it will be possible to telephone to.and from mov ing trains. The voice is conducted by a special •' apparatus, through the axle and wheels, down to the rails, along which it runs, and is pickedmp by other moving trains, office's, stations, city exchanges, or by any "regular telephone subscriber. . The speed of train, it is said, makes no difference to the transmission and reception 'of the message, while com-' Hiuhication can be established between trains moving in opposite ^directions. ' The. control of the system differs in &o respect from ordinary telephone operation, and although special a,ppara > tus .inuiBt necessarily be ^ fitted to the : train ;messages-ban be*" heard with the ordiharyrec^ivers. •

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Blushing Horses and Cows. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 20 November 1919

In spite of the admiration expressed by .poets for a blush, it is after all only a rush of blood to the face, Caused by modesty or some other emotion. Animals blush, too, through fear, but the ,'poets say nothing about them. Horses blush in their ears, especially the left one. When a horse is fright ened, his left ear will be found tq. be very, much swollen. This is also the. ease with rabbits. ' . . Co-ws and similar animals blush just a'bove the hoof, while the dog uses his tail for this purpose. When a dog is frightened, his tail hangs limp, as he has lost^all. control over it. Even: insects blush. They do it in their antennae, or feelers.

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Victoria Tower, Westminster. ITS MONSTER FLAG AND FLAGPOLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 20 November 1919

Victoria Tower, West minster. ITS MONSTER FLAG AND FLAGPOLE. Tiie average Londoner who walks past the Victoria Tower at Westmin ster, without a glance at its towering beauty, would proba'bhr be amazed if he knew but a few of its unsuspected marvels. He would probably laugh incredu lously if lie were told that the "small" flag which floats over its dizzy summit is really so large tljat 1500 people could find comfortable standing-room, on it, and that the staff from -which it flies is 110, feet high, weighs sixteen tons, and is so stout at its base that two men could barely c-lasp hands round it. The parapet which girdles the tower summit and . seems 110 higher than a man's waist, really towers ten feet above the head of a tall man; the gilt railing which seems no more than a panel's* spun in height is six feet tall; and the four lions which keep sentinel at "each corner are as lofty as many a cottage; while the crowns that gild the tops of the four turrets are five feet in diameter a...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Animals With a Sense of Humour. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 20 November 1919

There are many instances shoeing '**, fcliat i sense of humour has been given to animals as well as to human beings. ' J A (puppy on one occasion stole a t> one from a dog that was chained up, andi , ' sat gnawing its capture .just out of reach of the chain, wagging its tail, and ' ^ apparently enjoying . the humour of „ , j the situation to the full. ' ' I Monkeys, again, will c-h&tter in huge ;i glee when they succeed in pilfering the ''j spectacles of an old. lady, and cats hava - ' been known to purr with delight when "'.l | they have been successful in cheating a j rival of some dainty morsel. v ! Animals are also subject to sorrow, ; and horses, cattle, and deer have been i known to weep at the loss of their *\j ; progeny. ,1 ; The population of the earth, from the | latest calculations, is 2,400,000,000 j human beings.

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Expensive Perfume. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 20 November 1919

The most expensive perfume is attar of roses. It requires about 130,000 roses, weighing some fifty-seven pounds, to make an ounce of the oil. The flowers are gathered for three weeks, beginning in the middle of May. The blossoms collected each day are at once worked, in order that none of the odor may be lost. They are distilled in water. Then, causing the water alone to undergo distillation, the oil is skim med from the surface. "Women and children do this at wages of ten centB a day. Geranium oil is used in adulterat ing the perfume.

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 — 20 November 1919

o BUTTER Ask your Storekeeper ior a Demonstration. ENSURED BY USING THF. » Absolutely Effective. CLYDE" Butter Cooler WITHIN'tTHE£ EE ACE OF ALL! " YES" to Every Question; Horse Shoe" Karluk Red Salmon * ' y- - IS IT PURE ? The choicest of Alaskan River Salmon, cooked and packed the day it lands, is used in "Horse Shoe" Brand Salmon. IS IT SAFE ? The cans used in packing are hermetically sealed and sterilize d.v The fish cannot become contaminated. IS IT CONVENIENT ? With a few tins in the pantry you always have a plentiful supply of the most nourishing food, all ready to eat. "HORSE SHOE" SALMON Guts a deal of trouble out of housekeeping. Let your own experience with it convince you. Cut out and Mail the Coupon for the " Horse Shoe" Free Cook Book. St contains many valuable meal hints. "Horse Shoe'' Box 54', G.P.O., SYDNEY Please send rney FREE copy of " Horse Shoe" Cook Book, One Penny Half-Penny Stamp is enclosed for postage, etc. Name : . ; ;. . -"\ V.O.K.-20/H/19. . Address

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Aeroplanes Worked by Wireless from Terra Firma. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 20 November 1919

Aeroplanes Worked by Wireless from Terra Firma. If the war had lasted a little time longer the Germans would have had to face one of the most terrible inventions of the war—.bomb-dropping aeroplanes which carried no crews, and were directed by wireless a hundred or more miles away. A month before the Armistice was signed an aeroplane was flown without a pilot or observer on board for over a hundred miles, at the end of . which dis tance it landed in an aerodrome just as though it were being piloted. At any time' during the flight, "bombs could havHS been released by wireless. A dozen of' these aerojlanes, loaded up with bombs, could have been sent over German towns, allowed to drop their bombs, and brought back again for anothfer attack unless brought down by anti-aircraft guns or enemy ma chines. Over the front line an inces-. sant rain of bombs could have been kept up, the -whole of the aeroplane being controlled by wireless within.sight of our own lines. It is probable that the w...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Colossal Figure of Kangaroo. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 20 November 1919

In cutting their Imperial badge, a colossal kangaroo, • on the Wiltshire downs as a memento of the great war, the Australians have followed an old English custom. For our Saxon forefathers used to commemorate any famous fight by scooping out of the turf on some high hill the gigantic figure of an animal, usually a horse, in such a. fashion that the white underlying chalk showed up prominently in contrast to the green turf, forming a landmark for miles around. Most of these curious mementoes have been allowed to become obliterated by being overgrown with grass, but some few survive, notably the great Berk shire White Horse, which is nearly four hundred feet long, and occupies a space of about two acres. This is kept "groomed" by being scoured out at regular intervals by bands of voluntary workers, who, by immemorial custom, are entitled to be entertained during their labours by the lord of the manor. t Following the scouring, which usually takes from two' to five days, according to 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 — 9 January 1920

A Good Washing Board Will considerably reduce labor on washing days. " Elephant99 Brand of Washing Boards are of a superior make, and will stand years of hard»wear. * Look^for the Brand : Durability Induces Satisfaction. All prominent Ironmongers and Grocers stock these Splendid Washing Boards, for they know that they are becoming more and more popular among those who use them. Suited to the Mansion or the Cottage. On the Table of Up-to-D.ate Hotels. Obtainable from All Leading Stores in N.S.W. Blair's Talcum Powder Violet or Carnation. T.B. PALE ALE Makes a Quality Appeal which the Connoisseur will not ignore. BREWED fifBOT I LED BY TOOTH & CO., LIMITED, Kent Brewery, Sydney. 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. SOLD EVERYWHERE IN TWO SIZES AT POPULAR PRICES. MACOHOCjilE BROS.. Ltd.. LONDON'. Church's ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 9 January 1920

The "FALKLAND" is obtainable from ALL Storekeepers. Without one the home ii incomplete. EXCELLENCE OF CONSTRUCTION is the primary consideration when purchasing a Refrigerator. An essentia! in this direction is the TIMBER employed and the time allowed for THOROUGHLY SEASONING same. The "FALKLAND" differs from all other Refrigerators on the market, in so far that it is the ONLY REFRIGERATOR made of Australian Timber of proved excellence, and so exquisitely French Polished as to equal any olher ornamental piece of furniture in the home. In building a Refrigerator, WORKMANSHIP is, next to timber, the most important consideration. For this reason the " FALKLAND" is MADE BY JOINERS and not by juniors in the wood-working trade. The INSULATION of the " FALKLAND" is an adaptation of the best methods for insuring a perfect draught of cool air. The internal fittings of the "FALKLAND" are made of strong galvanised steel, the workmanship of HIGHLY SKILLED MECHANICS. Each particular part is submi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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