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A Step Forward. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 10 January 1919

A Step Forward. With this issue "The Voice of the North" makes its first appearance as a weekly, instead of a monthly, paper. Started nearly eight and a half years ago in a modest way as a publica tion, small in size and limited in circulation, "The Voice of the North" has developed into a journalistic, enterprise, of which those con nected with it claim they have no reason to be ashamed. It has always been their aim to main tain a. high standard, both in the contents of its pages and the manner of production of those pages. Jn the change that has been decided upon there will be no deviation from the prin ciples which have hitherto been observed in both the editorial and business sections of the management, and care will be taken to ensure that the good name the paper has already won in the estimation of readers throughout the North and North-Western portions of New &outh Wales, and the .State generally, shall be jealously preserved. One of the chief articles of our policy i...

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 — 10 January 1919

PLEASING PRICES for PROMPT and PERFECTLY PRODUCED PRINTING . . at . . CIK Eeading Printers of the north, ,25 Bolton Street, Newcastle. We will quote you for anything a Printer can print. In Bookbinding and Account - Book Making we excel. We specialise in High-class Illuminated Addresses. For PUDDINGS, CAKES, CUSTARDS AND BLANCMANGE, To be had from your Grocer. HRNOTT'S BISCUITS. METAL POLISH HfoS NO EQUAL THE TRUNK FOR TRAVELLING ,' CORRUGATED—No. 20." /3czi?isivcJ002' (urcccc A hi.h-gr.ide Boiiish-mada Cocoa, with an exquisitely delicate flavour. ■From the Factory in a Garden. J.MACKIE&Co., Newcastle THE BIG FURNITURE STORE. * "WA.TCH XJ"S C3-JROW " SEND FOR lb is a valuable boolc for refer ence, or for ordering goods. You should get one. You will then know what so many thousands of others know, and you will benefit also. Genuine Storekeepers allowed a Liberal Discount. OUR NEW HOME FURNISHING GUIDE Fend to us for the most up to-date Furniture Catalog ever produced in Austr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 10 January 1919

HRNOTT'S BISCUITS. —fTlftll IIIIHIIl llll I WTymrnummnr i—rrm—nmw—n HEALTHY STOCK YIELD BIG PROFITS. ——uwuwwiiaa— GET ON THE RIGHT ROAD. USE THE CONTINENTAL SALT COY'S BE WELL DRESSED ! YOUR SUIT OR COSTUME WILL LOOK NEW IF CLEANED, PRESSED AND REPAIRED BY JACK CALLAGHAN (Tailor) OVER ARCADIA BILLIARD SALOON, N EW COME)) STREET, NEWCASTLE. ' STRONG'S CULINARY ESSENCES. UNIVERSALLY APPROVED Have YOU tried Underwood's Sauce. Blair's Talcum Powder FORjTHE COMPLEXION.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 10 January 1919

KEEP Company coming in the Front Gate—and Nothing the house to eat! Who has not experienced that situation ? It may happen to anyone, anytime-it may happen to you when you least expect it So be prepared—the true test of a capable housewife is to be prepared for any emergency. OF "Scroll" Brand Sockeye Salmon In your pantry. It will enable you to servs a tasty, sustaining dish at a moment's notice. You will never be caught with nothing in the house to eat. ''Scroll" Salmon are rich in body-building elements—they con tain as much protein as the best meat and 60% more than eggs. Only prime, fully matured Sockeye Salmon are packed under the " Scroll " Brand. Scroll" Salmon needs no cooking, though it can be made up into dozens of tasty dishes if desired. Mail the coupon now for the free book of Salmon Recipes. Tfie Proprietors, "Scroll " Salmon, 48-50 Clarence Street, Sydney. Please forirrard me a copy of Free Cooft Booft. I enclose One Penny Stamp for Postage, etc. Voice ot the North—1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 10 January 1919

URNOTT'S BISCUITS.

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INVERELL ITEMS. Inverell, January [?]th. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 10 January 1919

INVERELL ITEMS. Invcrell, January Ttn. Arery dry. weather conditions have prevailed in this district for many months, and pastures and mosot of the crops are presenting a very unsatisfactory appearance. Local storms during December brightened some of the pad docks up a little, but the total for the last four weeks of the old year was only 120 points— very much below the average tor that month. There are hopes that good rains will occur this month, in order that pastures may be re plenished for the winter, otherwise the outlook for the winter months will be anything but re assuring. Despite the dry season, there will be some very fair crops in the Inverell district, but the yield of wheat must necessarily-be a great deal below the average. There will be a reduction, also, in the hay return, although in 'paddocks whhrh were fallowed' the yield will; be compen sating. There is a little maize being grown in some places around, anil the potato crop will, it is expected, be up to the aver...

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ARMIDALE LETTER. Armidale, Jan. 4th. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 10 January 1919

ARMIDALE LETTER. ■Annidale, Jan. 4tli. The new year has opened-without any. break in the drought, conditions which have afflicted this district practically during the last 12 months. '.Whilst it is true that thunderstorms within the 'past few days have given isolated good falls, ranging from 50 or GO points up to ii or 4 inches in places, the urca& which have been so blessed are scattered, and not of any great extent. The district.'may still be said to be i.n the throes of- drought. . The total rainfall officially gauged at Armi " Jale during .1918 was only L985 points, being "the lowest for many years. The ladies of the Hillgrove Red Cross on Alonday , night tendered a welcome to Pte. H. S. Halloran, who has been away for over years on the Western Front with the 34th Bat talion. He had been wounded on three occa sions. The 'Mayor occupied the chair, and the speakers were ex-Lieutenant Davey and Mr. Tlios.. Snow. A social evening and presentation was made by the people of Hi...

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FROM OUR COUNTRY CORRESPONDENTS. GLEN INNES NOTES. Glen Innes, Jan. 6th. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 10 January 1919

31—-'-^-IC GLEN NOTES. A Glen Junes. Jan. Gth. The rainfall at G lou Junes for the-year just closed was only 31 inches, being just on 20 inches less than the previous 12 months, and 11 inches less than the annual-average. The fffect has been to lessen the production of the district, crops showing a remarkable falling away, and stock being in anything but good con dition. . As a matter of fact, there have been some severe Josses in sheep ilocks in Central Nev; England, one district holder stating last week that he only has 1000 sheep left out of 5000 that ran on his property a year ago. There have also been losses among the cattle herds, and dairy stock have felt the pinch. Local thunderstorms during the Jast month have relieved the strain in isolated cases, but nothing less than three or four inches during the next few weeks will ren der any material aid to the district. One effect of the drought has been the falling off in the supply of cream to the Glen Junes Butter Fac tory. At t...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 10 January 1919

HRNOTT'S BISCUITS. "The Wellington Briar Pipes. 99 Cool, Sweet and Clean. Assorted Shapes. DAVID COHEN & CO. LTD., NEWCASTLE. Td PHLB KLE. Makes a Quality Appeal which the Connoisseur will not ignore. Brewed & Bottled by TOOTH&CO., LIMITED, KENT BREWERY, SYDNEY. HRNOTT'S BISCUITS. flair's Talcum Powder Violet or Carnation. HRNOTT'S BISCUITS. DUNLOP ROBBER GOODS! V Coaprinnf Hom {every description), Engineering Mining and Spoiling Reqwutet, Cycle, Moio< and Wo<o» Bos Tyret, Rubbet and Balata Belting, Waterproof Clotblog, Rubber Heelt «nd Soles—in fact every detcriptioo of Rubber Good>—ere now cn&nufactured At our (wo Dunlop UJIt by Australian tabow with Australian Capital Thett Good* art *qu*t to MattrtaJ sad WortmAmiblp fo rtf 6**t imported O/tfd^ esd Ajr* Oi* imports*! otfraot^iv of being freah and (ret (root pcriah. whicb meant longe; ott, tad com»queptIy reduced son. Oof Oood» Ci*o food, and in worthy o( fos tteeideratloo »...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 10 January 1919

URNOTT'S BISCUITS. BLAIfi'S Talcum Powder. Unequalled for Delicacy of Perfume. makes many Special Dishes besides giving a tone and distinction to every ordinary dish with which it is used. Composed oS FRESH FRUITS, RARE SPICES and CHOICE VEGETABLES "Pan Yah" converts the plainest fare into a delicious meal. ON SALE EVERYWHERE In two sizes at ' Popular Prices

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MOREE NEWS. Moree, Jan. 6th. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 10 January 1919

MOREE NEWS. Moree, Jan. 6th. The annua! Highland Gathering of the Moree Caledonian Society took place on the Cricket Ground on Wednesday last. Owing to the long spell of dry weather the attendance, although satisfactory, was not up to that of former years. The society had an increased membership this year, and the amount received for fees up to the day of the gathering was well ahead of many previous years. An increased number of nominations was also received, this being especi ally noticeable in the dancing and piping events. Hie competitors included visitors from Sydney, Newcastle, and Jnverell. Mr. J. T. Crane, M.L.A., was present during the day, at the in vitation of the committee, and at the luncheon, at which Chief 15. R. Scott presided, Mr. Crane paid a warm tribute to the society for the good work it was accomplishing, and made some timely and well-grounded remarks regarding the assistance th;:t Caledonian and kindred societies could give to the Repatriation Committees, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 17 January 1919

PLEASING PRICES for PROMPT and PERFECTLY PRODUCED PRINTING . . at . . y the Heading Printers of the north, 25 Bolton Street, Newcastle. We will quote you for anything a Printer can print. In Bookbinding and Account - Hook Making we excel. We specialise in High-class Illuminated Addresses. For PUDDINGS, CAKES, CUSTARDS AND BLANCMANGE, etc., To be had from your Grocer. HRMOTT'S BISCUITS. METAL POLISH HAS NO EQUAL THE TRUNK TRAVELLING C&cocc A high-grade British-made Coco*, with an exquisitely delicate flavour. From the Factory in a Garden. J. MHCKIESCo., Newcastle THE BIG FURNITURE STORE. ' WA.TOIEa: US GHFtO'W " I . I : > ^ • SEND FOR MACKIE'S NEW FURNITURE CATALOG. It is a valuable book for refer ence, or for ordering good's. You should get one. You will then know what so many thousands of others know, and you will benefit also. Genuine Storekeepers allowed a Liberal Discount OUR NEW HOME FURNISHING GUIDE Rend to us for th0 most up to-date Furniture Catalog ever produced ...

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YARROWITCH LAND FOR RETURNED MEN. Railway to North Coast. Repatriation Committee Call for Report as to the District's Suitability. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 17 January 1919

YARROWITCH LAND RETURNED MEN. Railway to North Coast. Repatriation Cosamittee Call for Report as to the District's Suitability. Considerable local interest is being evinced in a proposal to urge the Go vernment to make available a big tract of land in the Yarrow-itch district for soldiers •' settlements. It ia claimed that this land is heavily timbered with valuable woods. IE such were removed, some of the finest graz ing and agricultural land in the 'State would remain. The market value of the timber would pay the cost of clearing and help to pay for the railway that would be necessary to make the area accessible. Hitherto the difficulties ot' transport and the stupendous task of clearing have caused the tract to remain unoc cupied Crown lands. The promoters of the scheme, one of whom is Lieut. Bloomfield, a returned soldier, who knows the country well, suggest that returned men should be employed in fche work of railway con struction and clearing. Armidale, Wale ha and Uralla Re p...

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FARMERS WILL DEMAND CROSS COUNTRY LINES. City Railway Must Wait. Country Men Should Unite in Effort to have £7,000,000 Spent on Railways and Roads. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 17 January 1919

FARMERS WILL DEMAND CROSS COUNTRY LINES. City Railway Must Wait. Country Men Should Unite in Effort to have £7,000,000 Spent on Railways and Roads. According to the Minister for Public Works (iMr. Ball), the National Govern ment will have to consider again the work of the city railway. This is a legacy of the 'Labor regime, and sooner or later a decision will have to be ar rived at regarding the advisability of going ahead with the work or postpon ing it for a few years. The adoption of this scheme will cost the taxpayers bout £7,000,000. Who will benefit? The governments of old prided them selves upon the statement that money had never been borrowed unless it was spent on reproductive work. And this phase of the question should weigh heavily during the consideration of tin matter. There is, however, another aspect of the whole question to be considered. Seven (million pounds will pay for the building of many miles of railway in the country.* Seven million pounds will provide good a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INVERELL-GLEN INNES RAILWAY NECESSARY. By Road 42 Miles- Rail 450. Farmers are Unanimous on Question, and Present Agitation will Force Issue. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 17 January 1919

INVERELL-GLEN INNES RAILWAY NECESSARY. By Road 42 fVfiles - Rail 450. Farmers are Unanimous on Question, and Present Agitation will Force Issue. (By A. G. stoneman.) North-western residents ailirm that j there is no railway connection in the j State more needed than that which haj> j several timeo been before Parliament— from Jnverell to Glen Innes. The dis tance is only 42 miles, and the routes suggested present 110 engineering diffi culties that could not be overcome at a comparatively light cost. Tnveroll is, o-t' course, connected by rail with Newcastle, via Moree and Werris Creek, but the route is so long .':ud tortuous that it is never used by the Tnverell and district people except for consigning to the metropolitan mar kets goods that it is impossible to get there by any other means. I As a passenger service the route is seldom, if ever, used. Most people -pre fer to take the ear to Glen limes, and then join the northern mails for either southern or northern towns. From J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 17 January 1919

HRROTT'S BISCUITS.

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ARMIDALE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 17 January 1919

ARMIDALE CUP. The next most important racc in the North will be the Armidale Cup meet^ ing. The principal event (the Cup race), which is worth 500 sovs., will be contested over a distance of 7 furs. Nominations for all races close 011 Tuesday next. The total prize money for the two days' meeting will be £1370, and this should attract nranv Sydney and Newcastle horses.

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The Chautauqua Tour. WHERE DO THE PROFITS GO? The Mayor of Newcastle Explains. Is Enthusiast of Value of Work. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 17 January 1919

The Chautauqua Tour. WHERE DO THE PROFITS GO ? The Mayor of Newcastle Explains. Is Enthusiast of Value of Work. Where do the profits made by Chau tauqua go? That is a question which is agitating the minds of not a few people in New castle. Another body of men—the New castle Labor Council—has decided to aslc the Local 'Government Association of New .South Wales whether the Paci fic Park could be used "for business propositions." iQhaut&uqua makes no profit for it self. This fact was made plain .by the Mayor of Newcastle (Alderman E. G. Ivilgour) on Wednesday, when he ex pressed the opinion that there was a class of people whose souls did not rise above- the matter of £ s. d. Their one mission in the, w.orld was to make: money. ' ' . "Not so the Chautauqua system," lie said. "All t>he"profits are expended in propagating and extending the work. I know, as a matter of fact, that since thfey> airily to A^istralja thfc ipanagement lias; had to send to. America for money in o...

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MOREE NOTES. Moree, Jan. 13. Gunner MacMillan, M.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 17 January 1919

Morce, Jan. 1!!. Gunner MacMillan, M.M. Gunner Ronald fMae/Millan, of Moree, has been .awarded the Military Medal i'or rendering splendid service during the breaking of the Ilindenburg line in August last. Private Byrne, M.M., Welcomed. Private Arthur Byrne, of Moree, a military medalist, arrived home 011 Thursday. He was met at the railway station by the band and a large num ber of citizens. The Mayor (Aid. D. B. Suttie) warmly welcomed the soldier on behalf of the townspeople. Farmers Up Against It. In many parts of the district grass and water are giving out, and the out look is very serious. A number of set tlers have suffered severely by bush fires, which have 'been responsible fo? the destruction of thousands of acres of good grass country. £1500 Wanted for Water. At the monthly meeting of the muni cipal council on Thursday night, it was decided" to make application to- the Minister, through Mr. J. T. Crane, M.L.A., .for a sum not exceeding £1500 l'or the purpose of carrying o...

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SECOND DAY. January Handicap. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 17 January 1919

SECOND BAY. January Handicap. LADY LIEGE Halbroim .. Electric Bullet

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