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ALL STOCK LIKE SUDAN GRASS. Grown Quickly—None Wasted. Queenslander Praises this Useful Millet, and States that Growing is a Profitable Work. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 31 January 1919
ALL STOCK LIKE SUDAN GRASS. Grown Quickly—None Wasted. Queenslander Praises this Useful ^Millet, and States that Growing is a Profitable Work. . In view of the interest that.is being taken in Sudan grass by Northern farmers, a Queensland grower's experi ence with it should be of interest to them. "X want to say a word or two of Su dan grass, because I know any country man w'lio cultivates a patch will recog nise its value,'' says "Along the Line" in the "North Queensland Register." "It is a millet, possessing all the attri butes for successful growing in our country. I know it both on the coast and the Tableland, and in either locality 1 doubt if any other green crop is so prolific. "Last year some exhibits of it were shown at Charters Towers Horticultural Show. A .month's growth reached a height of fift., this a month from sowing. "•Here, at my home, we have a dozen tussocks, and about' every fourth day 1 cut a handful for the cows and calves, and I've done this for months past. Th...
BRAN SHORTAGE—PROVED SUBSTITUTES. Scalded Weavily Wheat Good. Cheap Food for Stock Suggested by Expert to Tide Over. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 31 January 1919
BRAN SHORTAGE—PROVED SUBSTITUTES. Scalded Weavily Wheat Good. Cheap Food for Stock Suggested by . Expert to Tide Over. Dairy farmers arc necessarily drawing 011 bran for feed through the dry or bare pastures, prices are high, and sup plies none too regular. A report has been received from the State Wheat Board, which indicates that everything possible is being done to liberate bran; in fact, a large quantity of flour has been manufactured and not yet sold, and all the mills are working full shifts. It is therefore apparent that the supply of bran cannot be materially increased. The Minister for (Lands had inquiry made as to available substitutes and the 'price of the same. The State. Wheat Board has a considerable quantity of wheat chiefly damaged by weevil that can be bought at 3/- .per bushel. When scalded it will make good feed for the cows. It is the percentage of albumi noids in the food that helps to increase the milk supply, and it is therefore on , this basis that the farmer...
ARMIDALE DISTRICT. Fodder Unprocurable. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 31 January 1919
ARMIDALE DISTRICT. Fodder Unprocurable. Owing to the drought conditions, chaff and fodder of any kind are now unprocurable in Armidale. The Armidale School. / Canon Forster has resigned the posi tion as headmaster of the Armidale School. He was previously Warden of St, John's Theological College, Armi dale, and at one time SubJDean of Bathurst. • G-uyra Teacher Farewelled. Mr: P. !M. Hawe, .who has been head master of the Guyra Public school for the past ten years, was farewelled this week; and was ma£e the recipient of an illuminated address and substantial cheque. He will take charge of St. Ives ee'hool, near Sydney. Chamber of Commerce. T'he election of officers in connection with, the Armidale Chamber of 'Com merce for the ensuing year resulted:— President., Mr. W. Curtis (re-elected); vice-president, Mr. F. Lamb; lion, secre tary and treasurer, Air. J. Kidd. Hospital Committee. The following have boon elected as committeemen of the Arniidale and X.E. Hospital for the cunning ye...
INVERELL DISTRICT. Priest Honored. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 31 January 1919
Priest Honored. Prior to taking his departure from the Barraba Parish, where he has been in charge, the Rev. Father (Jollender was ipublicly entertained and presented with a roll of notes and illuminated ad dress. Valuable Sheep. The Corriedale sheep, 'bred by Mr. Bowling, of Arrawatta, near Inverell, have often claimed notice from visitors in the past. There are just now some splendid specimens'of this useful .breed there. Mr. and Mrs. Morrow Farewelled. Prior to leaving Inverell, where they have resided for the past 24 years, Mr. ami Mrs. George Morrow were publicly farewelled anil made the recipients of several presentations from various pub lic bodies. Show Postponed. Owing to the dry nature of the sea son, the P. and A. Society has decided to postpone the annual show until March 25, 20, and 27. The exhibition should have been held during the last week of February. Mr. Coles' Promotion. Mr. W. K. Coles, who has acted as assistant town clerk at Inverell for some months, has been ...
Necessity for Coast Tableland Railway. Inter-Town Jealousy Must Go. Unanimity in Choice of Junction is the Only Chance of Construction. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 31 January 1919
Necessity for Coast Tableland Railway. Inter-Town Jealousy Must Go. Unanimity in Choice of Junction is the Only Chance of Construction. In a recent issue of "The Voice of the North" Mr. A. G. Stoneman, of Glen I lines, contributed an in teresting article upon the necessity ot' extending the railway from 311 verell to Glen Innes. He showed how it would help the development 01 that part of the State, and how it could not be regarded as being another probable non-paying line. To-day, Mr. K. A. C. Grant, of Armidaie, sets forth reasons why the line should be extended still further to the coast. He emphasises the fact that unanimity is essential to success in this direction, and he earnestly appeals to the people of the northern towns to sacrifice a little in order that the hopes of this line being built may be real ised. (By R. A. C. Grant.) A railway connecting the Northern Tableland with the coast is an essential. It is a necessity that admits of no con tradiction. There is perfect un...
ARMIDALE WANTS MORE WATER. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 31 January 1919
ARMIDALE WANTS MORE WATER. (From our Armidale Correspondent.) Armidale has completely outgrown the eapaeity of the water supply su-p plied by a storage dam upon Mount Duval, and it is the rule, rather than the exception, lately for the supply to give out in the summer. The council is in difficulties as to howj best the supply can be augmented. It was proposed to erect a second (lainI below the existing one, to impound thei surplus which escapes over the crest of the dam in winter, but an inspection by an expert shows the proposal be yond the range of possibility. At least, it would not be possible to gravitate the water from a "second dam so placed, as the existing wall is at the lowest point from which it would be pos sible to gravitate water to the town. The council will therefore have to con sider this proposition in the light of aj •pumping scheme. At the last meeting of the council thei matter was discussed in all its hear ings, and it was finally resolved to ask the Railway De...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 31 January 1919
Place your FIRE. MARINE ACCIDENT And other Classes of insurance WITH THE UNITED iBiance Co, LIMITED. Z? Repres entative ; Australian Institution. Established 1862. i Head Office : George & Hunter Sts. Sydney. DIRECTORS : \ GEORGE J. COHEN (David Cohon & Co. Ltd.), Chairman 0. E. FRIEND. T. F. KNOX THOS. BUCKLAND. F. B. S. FALK1NER, M H.R. G. E. FAIRFAX. BARTIN HAIGH, General Manager. Hewcastle Distriet Braitct: United Chambers Bolton Street, Newcastle. HARRY T. SHAW, Manager
Great Progressive Movement in North. Every Modern Facility Wanted. North Coast Development League Sets Forth Ambitious Programme. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 31 January 1919
Great Progressive Move ment in North. Every Modern Facility Wanted. North Coast Development League i Sets Forth Ambitious Programme. A North Coast Development League has been formed in the North, aiul the objects of the league are:— 1. To secure for every citizen the op portunity of living in these districts a mil and complete life in reasonable comfort as a member of a modern civil ised community with modern conveni ences, and to give the privileges of a complete education within the district for his children; to guarantee him the leisure and opportunity to develop to the utmost his native ability, and afford him security against the disadvantages of old age and unemployment. 2. To increase the productiveness of the whole area by all possible means; for instance, by—(a) Stimulating pre sent industries and increasing their ef ficiency. (b) investigating and tabulat ing potential and latent resources and securing their development, (c) Adver tising the possibilities of the districts ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 7 February 1919
HRMOTT'S BISCUITS. 1 : ' . ■ ' .'' ■ ' wmtBmBmammammmaBmBBmmamaaammsmmtmmmmm Place your FIRE. MARINE ACCIDENT And other Classes of lnsuranc; WITH THE LIMITED. R Representative Knstra Ian . Institution. Established 1862. ' Head Office: George & Hunter Sts Sydney. DIRECTORS: GEORGE J. COHEN (David Cohen & Co. Ltd.). Chairman 0. E. FKIE^'D. THOS. BUCKLAND. F. B. S. FALK3NER, M H.E. G. E. FAIRFAX. BARTIN HAIGH, General Manager. Newcastle Disiris BiaqcD: United Chambers Bolton Street, Newcastle. HARRY T. SHAW, iVianager
SPORT IN THE NORTH. COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 7 February 1919
SPORT IN TfiE NORTfi. COMING EVENTS. Sat., Feb. 8—South Murwillumbah Races, Tues., Feb. 11—Armidale Races. Wed., Feb. ,12—Armidale Raees. Thurs., Feb; 13—-Arapiidale Hos. Races. Sat., Feb. 15—Wallsend Races. Wed., Feb. 19—N. Rivers (Casino). Tliurs., Feb. 20—iN. Rivers (Casino). Sat., Feb. 22—Maitland Races. Sat., Feb. 22—Manning River Races. Tues., Feb. 25—Wyong Races. Wed., Feb. 26—(Manilla .Races. Thurs., Feb. 27—Manilla Races. Fri., Feb. 28—Murwillumbah Races. Sat., March 1—Murwillumbah" Races. Good Boy. Max Hourigan keeps on adding to his list of victories. At the Glen Innes two days' meeting he rode live winners, a second and a third. Reported Lame, Le Gros,Who has a number of good country wins to his credit, is reported to have gone altogether in one of his legs, and doubt has been expressed as to whether he will stand any more rac ing. Casino Horses in Work. There is a large' number 'of horses in work at Casino, and a record entry is expected for the Northern Rivers Racing A...
MANILLA DISTRICT. Appointed School Teacher. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 7 February 1919
Appointed School Teacher. Miss Boland, a former scholar of the New Mexico Public school, has been appointed to the teaching staff at the Bankstovvn school. Harvest Festival. Harvest festival services will be held in the Church of England and Metho dist churches on February 9 and 16 re spectively. Supposed Suicide. A man named Timothy Gray, about 45, a rabbit trap,per, was found dead on Mr. Fred. Mitchell's property, A Winchester rifle lay beside the body. Merrymakers Make Money. The "Manilla Merrymakers" Com pany gave a very line concert at Bar raba a few days ago. The door takings were expected to reach £50. ISo less than 273 seats were reserved. Footballers' Welcome Home. The Country Party Football Club is organising a social evening, , to take place 011 Friday night, Febi'iiar}' 14, for the purpose of giving a hearty welcome home to Anzacs and members of their club who have returned from the war.
SUSSEX STREET TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 7 February 1919
SUSSEX STREET TRADE. Butter.—'Proclaimed prices: First grade, 172/8 per cwt. (retail 1/9 per lb.); in prints, %d per lb. extra. Cheese.—Proclaimed prices: New loaf, ll%d per lb.; new large or medium lid; matured, loaf 1/1 */>; matured, large or medium, 1/1. Rggs.—New-laid hen, 1/6 to 1/7; South Coast and railways, 1/2 to 1./3; river, 1/1 to 1/2; duck ej^g^ new-laiil 1/6, case 1/- to 1/1 per dozen. Bacon.—Prime cures, sides 1/1, flitches l/Oi/j, middles l/ii, shoulders lid per lb. Hams.—'Prime cures, seeded 1/5%, single cloth 1/4% per lb. Lard.—'Bulk, 9%d to lOd; packets. lOd to 10%d per lb. • Beeswax.—1/10 to 2/- per lb. Honey.—In 60lb. tins, choice liquid 5%il to fid, dark or candied 4d to 5d. Chaff.—Local: Oaten, £7/15/- to £8/10/-; wheaten, £6/10/- to £8/10/-; lucerne, £8 to £11 per ton. Straw.—Local: £4/5/- to £4/15/-. Tas manian: Ex store, £5 per ton. Oaten Hay.—Local: £7 to £3/10/- uer toil. Lucerne Hay.—Hunter River, ex wharf, dry brown £7 to £!); prime green, large bales ...
INVERELL DISTRICT. Mr. Clemens Goes to Gunnedah. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 7 February 1919
Mr. Clemens Goes to G-unnedah. Mr. W F, Clemens, formerly Inspec tor of (Schools in the Tiiverell district, has been appointed to succeed his brother as Inspector of Schools in the Gunnedah district. Council Remembers Soldiers. Mr. Cecil Dean, of Inverell, who has been appointed assistant town clerk to the Jnvcrell Municipality, is a returned soldier. He lost a leg whilst in action in France last year. New Rifle Range. A new rifle range has .been con structed at Deluiigra, between here and Moree, finder the supervision of War rant-Otticer AVattley, from Sydney. The range is only a mile from town, and should afford an opportunity for the many men of the district to practice, and so become efficient shots. Vicar of Bukkulla. The Rev. R. H. Me',Lean, the newlv appointed Vicar of Bukkulla, near J u verell, comes from the Ballarat Diocese, in Victoria. Prior to leaving there he was presented by his parishioners with a roll of notes as a token of their es teem. He was educated at Moore 'C...
THE RICHMOND CLEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 7 February 1919
I THE RICHMOND CLEAR. I Every watercourse under the control ol' the Richmond River Hyacinth Hoard is now clean. Although in many cases seedlings are in evidence, floating hya cinth is practically non-existent. The Board has done invaluable work since it commenced operations. Many years ago it was a common thii^jg to see parts of the river blocked to navigation.
GLEN INNES DISTRICT. Stock Day—Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 7 February 1919
Stock Day—Tuesday. As the result of a petition from the different selling agents in the town, the Municipal Council has resolved to alter the stock sale day from Saturday in each week to Tuesday. The saleyards have paid the council a handsome re turn on the money expended on their construction. Sewerage System. Now that the water supply is an established fact (it is one of the best supplies in the State), a movement is being made to have a sewerage system installed. At the council meeting last week Aid. J. J. Whyte moved, and it was agreed to, that the Minister be re quested to submit plans and specifica tions for a suitable sewerage system for Glen limes. Water for School Children. The water supply at the district, school has again given out, and chil dren have to take drinking water with them each morning in bottles. The Minister for Education is to be ap proached with a request that the school be connected with the town supply. The supply contained in the tanks at Jui school is n...
MAITLAND PRODUCE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 7 February 1919
MAITLAND PRODUCE SALES. Stockowuers were compelled to pa.v high rates for lucerne hay at Maitland sales on Wednesday, notwithstanding the large supply that came to hand. Best dry green went up to £10/10/- a Lon, while poorer classes brought £7/10/ to £9/10/-. Lucerne chaff commanded £11 to £11/10/- a ton. Maize went for S/2 to S/G a bushel. Potatoes advanced again by £2 a ton, bringing the price to £19 to £20. Other prices were:—Water melons (best) 12/- to 16/6 a dozen, small 3/6 to 8/-; rock melons 4/- to 14/-; grammas 7/- to 14/6; best pump kins 20/- to 30/-; onions £14 to £.15; cabbage 2/- to 10/- a dozen; peas 3/ to 4/- a peck; eggs went up to 1/5 and 1/8 a dozen; roosters 3/6 to 7/-; hens 2/9 to 3/9; chickens 2/- to 3/-; ducks 3/6 to 6/9; ducklings 1/-.
GULGONG DISTRICT. Left the District. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 7 February 1919
GULGONG DISTRICT. Left the District. Mr. J. C. Watson, of Stubbo, has lel't the district for Wellington, where lie lias accepted a position as mechanical engineer with the Maclntyre Shii'e Council. Wedding. The marriage of Mr. Les. Garling, only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. GarJing, Dunedoo, to Miss Isabel Seaton, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Seaton, of Kogarah, took place in Sydney during the latter part of the week. The future home of the happy couple will be iu Dunedoo. Gulsr.ong Electric Light. For nearly twelve months there has been a movement in this town to have an electric lighting plant installed. Although the matter has been lying dor mant for the past couple of months,, there still appears a very good pro spect of' the scheme being commenced in the near future. Patriotic Family. Mr. and Mrs. Mum have received ad vice to the effect that their sons, Ser geant Fred. Mum and Lance-Corporal Jaek Murn, have each been awarded the. Military Medal. Both lads are in the same company, ...
SYDNEY FRUIT SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 7 February 1919
SYDNEY FRUIT SALES. Apples.—Local: Dessert, choice 11/ to IS/-, medium 5/- to 7/-, small-3/-; jam, 2/6; cooking, 2/6 to 8/- per bushel ease. Pears.—Local: Williams, .3/- to 8/-; Chinas, 4/- to 6/-. Victorian: Williams; 6/- to 9/- per bushel-case. Bananas.—Fiji: Nominal. Tweed River: 12/r to 15/-. Queensland: 10/ to 12/- per bushel-case. Oranges.—'Local: Yalencias, 16/-. to 21/- per bushel-case! Lemons.—'Choice 20/-, medium 15/-' 1o 17/(5 per bushel-case. Nectarines.—Choice 8/- to 10/-, small from 5/- per lialf-bushel case. Vic torian: 9/- to 12/- per busliel-case. Peaches.—Choice 7/6, otheiv from 2/6 per half-bushel case. Victorian: 7/- to '.)/- per bushel-case. Plums.—Light, 3/- to 7/-, jam 2/6; dark, 4/- to 8/-, jam 3/6 per half bushel case. Passion fruit.—Local: 5/- to 9/- per half-bushel case. Pineapples.—Queensland: Queens, 7/ to 8/-; Ripleys, 5/- to 6/- per case. Tomatoes.—Local: 3/6 to 8/- per half bushel case. Melons.—'Water, large 25/-, small and medium 9/- to 15/- per doze...