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TIDINGS OF THE NORTH. MUDGEE DISTRICT New Curate. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 7 February 1919

BF=)E 3fc TIDINGS OF TfiE NORTH. sN FROM OUR SP£CIAL CORRESPONDENTS. New Curate. The Rev. A. S. Ho wo, from St. John's Theological College, Armidale, has been appointed to succeed the Rev. L. M. Dunstan at St. John's 'Church of Eng land. Fire at Wallinga. A fire occurred on Wednesday night at "Wallinga" estate, the residence of Mr. C. Pitt. It is reported that the whole of the house and contents were completely destroyed. The building and furniture were covered by insur ance. Welcomed Home. An enthusiastic welcome home was, tendered to Private J. L. Martin dur ing the early part of last week. The Town Band was in attendance. Warm words of; welcome were expressed by Messrs. E! J. Scully (shire president), A. G. Niall, J. M. Abrahams, Councillor Putney, and Dr. Blaynev. The returned soldier was presented with a gold medal by the War 'Service Committee. Big Bush Fire. A big bush fire has been raging in the vicinity of Wattle Flat. The flames covered an area of about eight square, miles...

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 — 7 February 1919

ettirv with H Bring doiun the cost of living. At least once a ureeft serve "Scroll" Salmon— with it, unlifce meat, there is i\o ujaste- every ounce is cram med full of nourishment. Then again, "Scroll" Salmon is ready for serving when you buy it, hence you save la£>or, cooking material, and extravagant fuel hills. Ash for "Scroll" Brand Sockeye Salmon Or.ly selected, fullg matured Socfceye Salmon are canned under this v - f>ra®T\d. They are canned and coohed immediately after being caught, so that all the rich flavor of the fresh frsh is retained. You never tire of this Choicest of all Salmon, because it can he served in so many different urays. Send for the "SCROLL" FREE COOK BOOK. It gives dozens of Recipes. Please send me Free Copy of the "Scroll Cook Book. I enclose F enny-Half-Penny . Stamp for postage, etc. Name - -. ■ .■■■ Add ress........... Voice of the. North—7/2/19. The Proprietors, "Scroll' Salmon, 48-50 Clarence Street, Sydney. BBBggiHiHHKBS8fffiffigMgMBragflWg»ra...

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The Missing Link. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 7 February 1919

Although a hasty glance at the above heading may induce the supposition that in this article it is the intention of the writer to discuss Darwin's theory re garding the alleged relationship bK.ween mankind and monkeys, such is not the case. Whether the acts of oimsjion or commission commented upon (Ihclose conduct on the part of our State IlIjcis and administrators of the pas4., sug gestive of the vagaries of another class of animals not noted for sagacioy, may be left to our readers to dscirle for themselves. In the years gone by the Great Northern railway was built, and in due course was carried to Wallan garra, on the Queensland .border. Later, a natural demand from the north-west ern districts for railway connection with the seaboard was complied with, and a branch line commencing at Werris Creek 011 the northern sys tem was pushed out north-west wards and, after following in this direction as far as ;Moree, it was made to bend round until it reached Inverell, and there it came ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 7 February 1919

NIGHTLY SAILINGS (Sundays Excepted FLEET. T. S. S. "HUNTER" - 1840 tons. S. S. "NAMOI" - 1414 tons. S. S. "NEWCASTLE" 1251 tons PROCEED to and from SYDNEY and NEWCASTLE, also CONSIGN YOUR CARGO PER THE ... & IM River SI Go.'s Also to PORT STEPHENS: S.S. "Allyn River." Bi« Weeklg •WHARVES :— King's Wharf, Newcastle. •. .-Foot of King Street, Sydney W. N. CUTHBERTSON, ' • : ■> " General ^Cahager;;'

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DEATH OF DUNGOG GRAZIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 7 February 1919

DEATH OF DUNGOG GRAZIER. Mr. Henry Wilee, one of the most prominent graziers of the Williams Iiiver Valley, was thrown from his horse on Thursday while riding in the bush on his estate, " Auehentorlie," Dungog, and had his neck broken. Deceased had been for many years a noted breeder of beef cattle, and bullocks from his holding have- always commanded the highest prices in the metropolitan mar kets. His estate, which is situated three miles from Dungog, on the bank of the Williams River, is regarded as one of the picked holdings of New South Wales from a stock-fattening point of view. Sheltered by hills, it comprises large areas of alluvial flats and undulat ing slopes that 'e^en in the severest | drought have always topped off a bul lock to the acre. ; The property was acquired by Mr. Wiilce's father over 40 years ago fro-m the executors of the late Captain J. Cook, and «the old Auchen torlie homestead dates back to 1821. It was erected by convict labor in that year, as an old wall...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Major J. B. Cohen, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 7 February 1919

Major J. B. Cohen, M.P. The newly-elected representative for the Fairfield Division of Liverpool (in the Unionist interest), Major Jack Brunell Cohen, belongs to a famil/ whose name has been closely associated with the commerce of Australia for more than eighty years. His father is Mr. Louis Cohen, ex-Lord Mayor of Liverpool, and at present Chairman of the Finance Committee of the Council of that city. Mr. Louis Cohen was born in the Maitland district, and has alway9 cvinced a deep interest in the progress of his native land. His father was the late Mr. Samuel Cohen (Messrs. David Cohen & Co.), who represented the elec torate of Morpeth in the Legislative Assembly for some years after the in auguration of responsible government. Mr. G. J. Cohen, of Sydney, is the eldest son of this early legislator, whose memory is still held in high regard by the survivors of those stirring days. Major Cohen -'s mother was also a Maitland lady, her father being the late Hon, L. W. Levy, M.L...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UPPER HUNTER PIONEER. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 7 February 1919

UPPER HUNTER PIONEER. There passed away recently, at the ripe age of 80 years, one of the most widely-known and highly-respected resi dents of the Upper Hunter—Mr. 'R. H. Carter, of "liosevale," Stewart's Brook, who was the oldest member of his generation of a family of Upper liuiuer settlers. Me was a native of the Lower Wybong, near Muswellbrook, and at the age of nine years went with iiis parents to Moonan and then to Stewart's Brook, at which place lie had resided for 70 years. The late Mr. 'Car ter's family must have been among the very iirst to penetrate the "forest primeval,'' and carve out a home for themselves in that portion of the dis trict, experiencing and enduring all the dangers and privations to those ven turesome pioneers, to whom Australia owes so. niiu'h, and whose names will be written indelibly 011 the scroll of her history. For a great many years, the late .Mr. Carter conducted a storekeep ing business at Stewart's Brook, and up till two or three years back he ...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Industrial Progress of the North. COAL PRODUCTION DURING YEAR 1918. Department of Mines Return Shows Slight Increase Over that of 1917. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 7 February 1919

COAL PRODUCTION DURING YEAR 1918. Department of Mines Return Shows Slight Increase Over that of 1917. So far as the coal trade is concerned, Newcastle can look upon the future without any uneasiness. Notwithstanding the hindrances to the export trade, chief of .which was the lack of the necessary shipping, more coal was won last year than in 1917. With the large fleet of ships that have come, and are coming, large quantities of coal will be shipped from Newcastle, so that 1919 should see a record created in this direction. In addition to this gratifying state of affairs, the home industries, which are taking greater and greater quanti ties each year, will enrich the mine owners and their employees. The Newcastle and Maitland coal fields have a prosperous future before, them. The Department of Mines' statement '■elative to the production of coal and shale in New South Wales for the year I ended December 31, .1919, includes th£ following returns:— The output for the year 1917 was 8,2»...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. SAXBY'S SCHOLARSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 7 February 1919

MR. SAXBY'S SCHOLARSHIP. Mr. G. C. Saxby, B.A., son of Mr. Jacob Saxby, has been transferred from the Maifland High School to the New castle Hi^h; School. Lately Mr. .Saxby founded a. scholarship in the depart ment of'engineering in the University in lionor' of -his' son " Ken,'' who was killed in France. Young Saxby was a Peter Russell scholar at the University.

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NORTH COAST RAILWAY PROGRESS. Month of May Should See Sixth Section in Use. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 7 February 1919

NORTH COAST RAILWAY PROGRESS. Month of May Should See Sixth Section in Use. The sixth section of the North Coast railway, that from Kempsey to Maeks ville, is set down officially for comple tion by the beginning of April. It is learned, however, that the line will pro bably not be ready for working until the end of April. Ballast is still being laid at the far thest end of the section, the metal hav ing to be carried about 50 miles from Telegraph Point. Material for the con crete station buildings is arriving, and their erection will commence almost im mediately. This section will link up the Macleay and Xambucca rivers, and will leave only a break of about 20 miles in the line from Maitland to Coff's Harbor. That section includes two substantial bridges over the Nambucca and the south arm of the Bellinger River. Work is proceeding on the Nambucca bridge, but the date of its completion depends (;ii the delivery of steel girders.

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 — 7 February 1919

ZtRNOTT'S BISCUITS.

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 — 7 February 1919

"Sun-Ravsed" Fruits CURRANTS. SULTANAS. LEXSAS. "Raisins raised by the Rays of the Southern Sun." A.D.F.A. (Australian Dried Fruits Association). TO THE PUBLIC OF AUSTRALIA,— I guarantee to release throughout Australia, through most of the Daily Papers of the Capital Cities, on SATURDAY, 29th March, 1919, one of the most Novel and Attractive Publicity 44 STUNTS'' ever placed before you. I further guarantee that all men, Women and children will have the chance of tasting SUN-RAYSED Currants, Sultanas, Lexias under conditions that none of them will be able to resist. I cannot release this plan before the 29th March, because there would not be enough fruit to meet the demand until the New Season's SUN-RAYSED Fruits are harvested m February and March, 1919. The whole of Australia will get the 66 SUN-RAYSED'' Habit. GROCERS.—Get in your Stocks of SUN-RAYSED Currants, Sultanas and Lexias before the 29th March. YOU'LL NEED THEM, and if you have not got them you will miss valuable business....

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 — 7 February 1919

This Issue Contains COMBATING PNEU-FLU. Remedies Against Epidemic. THE PEST OF PESTS. A Northern Danger. FORMING A COUNTRY PARTY With Photo, of Lieut.-Col. Abbott CHILDRENS' COMPETITION Lucky Prize Winners CARE OF THE HAIR An Expert's Advice THE MISSING LINK 1 ■ North's Need for Connection. '■ 'f. SCOTT'S Fop Fine Furniture at Lowest Prices. Full Particulars, Estimates, Etc. Post Free orv Application . . Scott s Ltd., Post Office Box, 190 'Phone N 900 (4 lines) Newcastle.

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Good Work Well Done. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 7 February 1919

Good Work Weil Done. Even the bitterest, opponents of the Holman Government, if they are ordi narily fair and honest, can have nothing but words of praise and admiration for the manner in which it has so far met and dealt with the grave crisis through which. ■ .the State is now passing. It is iu the highes't degree gratifying to find that, while the Victorian Government and its medical advisers have been guilty of alniost. criminal indiffere'nee snd disregard of the duties which fell tc them of taking immediate drastic action, when pneumonic influenza made its appearance in that State, to stamp it out and, by notifying the sister States, to protect tliem from infection, our Pre mier and his colleagues promptly took the bold and eminently wise course of isolating New South Wales from the source whence the plague had come to us. There is not much relating to this outbreak in Australia of the epidemic that has spread such awful havoc throughout the world to cause hilarity, but it is di...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Voice of the north Voices the Rightful Claims of the Northern and North-Western Districts of N.S.W. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. At 37 Bolton Street, Newcastle. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 7 February 1919

Cbe Uoicc of the Dortb Voiccs the Rightful Claims of the Northern and North-Western Districts of N.S.W. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. At 37 Bolton Street, 'Nowcfistl0. PRICE - Posted Id. PER COPY. S. (1. 1 6 Quarter 2 9 Six Months 5 0 Year ADVERTISING RATES: 3/- per inch for Casual Advertising 2/6 ,, ,, ,, 4 insertions 2/- ,, ,, ,,13 insertions ■ 1/9.'";,, ,, ,, 26 insertions • l/6 ,, ,, ,,52 insertions 1 /- ,, ,, ,, for 2 cols, or over (on contract for at least 3 months), 50 per cent, additional for Front and Back Cover. . 25 ,, ,, ,, inside Covers. v4ll communicai-ions, both literary and business, should be addressed to Box 257, Newcastle. NEWCASTLE, FEBRUARY 7, 1919.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 7 February 1919

The "Falkland 55 The "FALKLAND" is obtainable from ALL Storekeepers. Without one the home is incomplete. Perfect Refrigerator. EXCELLENCE OF CONSTRUCTION is the primary consideration when purchasing a Refrigerator. An essential 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 QUEENSLAND MAPLE - the Pride of Australia's Timbers — thereby adding an ornamental piece of furniture to 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 ...

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 — 7 February 1919

is. Bane's" Baton's Fflsna" TeetDing Syrup Retailed at 1/6 per Bottle. TRY A. BOTTLE OF Mrs Harle s Cough Balsam Children s Bottle, 1/-; Weighs 2 Stone. Adults, 2/- large. A Herbal preparation. It has won thousands of testimonials. It is a positive remedy for Influenza. Whooping Cough, Bron chitis, Coughs, Colds, Croup, Asthma, all Lung Troubles. One dose of Mrs. Harle's COUGH BALSAM (taken with onion gruel) will positively relieve the worst case, and one bottle often cures. Ask your storekeeper for it. Cheapest medicine on sale. " Cough Balsam does wonderful work.' Deak Madam,—I am sending you a photo of my baby boy taken when he was five months old When first born he was so cross we did not know what to do with him, and had to walk the floor at night with him for a fortnight. When mother came to see me, she said, " Why don't you give him MRS. HARLE'S BABY'S FRIEND?'" I did so. He has been a different child in every way since. He is now seven months old, and weighs two stone. I can...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWCASTLE-WALLSEND COAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 7 February 1919

NEWCASTLE-WALLSEND COAL. The annual report of the Newcastle Wallsend Coal Company, to be pre sented at to-day's meeting, shows, as now usual, a net profit just equal to the dividends (7/6 in July last, and now 10/-), making 8% per cent, for the year. But the reserves have grown, and profit must have been made to in crease them. The property is in good working order, the Pelton colliery de. velopment proceeds steadily, and sur face lands are being sold. The net profits lor the years ending December 31, 15)10, 15)17 and 15)18 were 5010,041, £10,000 and £17,500 respective ly. In the years li)l(i and 1917 the dividend declared was 5 per cent. The insurance fund lias grown from £4000 in 1916 to £28,500 at the present time, while the reserves in the three years were £58,157 (191G), £51,759 (15)17) and £57,000 (1918).

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SEVERING LONG CONNECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 7 February 1919

SEVERING LONG CONNECTION. Mr. .T. L. Baldwin, the popular owner of the s.s. Olga, intends shortly to sever his long association with the Maeleay River, and to take the river steamer Olga to Sydney, where he will pro bably use her for towing work. Mr. Baldwin has had 40 years in the ship ping trade of the river, ■ and for 16 years has been running the Olga. Amongst his records are 20 years every Anniversary Day to SVederickton iRe gatta and 20 years every Boxing Day l'or the .Salvation Army excursion. The removalv.pf 'the Olga will be a big' loss to the river. .

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
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