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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 14 February 1919

Irs. flarlB's" Bacy's Friend" Teeming Retailed at 1/6 per Bottle. TRY A.BOTTLE OF Mrs. Harle s Cough Balsam Weighs 2 Stone. Children s Bottle, 1/-; 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.|^" CoughoBalsam does wonderful work.' Dear] 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
TAMWORTH DISTRICT. V.C. for Tamworth. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 14 February 1919

TAMWORTH DISTRICT. V.C, for Tamwcrth. Corporal Bede Kenny, holder of the Victoria 'Cross, has swelled Tamworth population. He is entering on com mercial pursuits as a travelling repre sentative of certain business firms. Swimming Baths. After considering the matter for something like HO years, Tamworth has at last decided to take definite steps to wards establishing public baths. It remained for private enterpriso to take the initiative. A certain number of debentures are to be issued, and, from all appearances, they should be takon up. There is every reasonable faeilitv in Tamworth for the establishment of public baths, while the climatic condi tions justify it. 'For more than half the year the baths could be in use, and for a considerable portion of that time would be very popular. The Peel River would be the source of water supply. The scheme, that in all probability will be adopted, will embrace a cement basin with a graded depth. Electrically lit and equipped with spring-boards...

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 — 14 February 1919

"Sun-Raysed" Fruits CURRANTS. SULTANAS. LEXIAS. " 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 4 4 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 29t'h 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 4eSUN-RAYSED'' Habit. G-ROCERS.—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 busine...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERRIWA DISTRICT. New Matron. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 14 February 1919

MERRIWA DISTRICT. New Matron. Matron R. Ayling, of Goulburn, lias taken up duties as matron to the Mer riwa District Hospital. Fire Destroys Homestead. A fire destroyed the homestead of Mrs. F. Bailey, junr., ' 'Peelwood,'' Merriwa, last week. Mrs. Bailey and .family were absent at the time. Til.? building was uninsured. The Rev. B, O.- Wilson Home. jMajornChaplain (B. C. Wilson, whoso parish is at 'Cassilis, was welcomed home to Mprriwa after three years' work in the w:ar zone. Mr. A. B. Bettingto'i (president of the Repatriation Execu tive Committee) presided over a very large, gathering. The Major-Chaplain and Lance-Corporal Bowen, of Gulgong, were each presented with a medal. Memwa Hospital. The annual report of the Merriwa District Hospital shows that no death:? occurred at . the institution during the year. The following are the office bearers and committee for the ensuing year:—'President, the Rev. B. C. .Wil son; vice-presidents, Messrs. T. J. McNamara and T. R. Ely; hon. tr...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lower Macleay Water Supply. NEW SCHEME PROPOSED. Farmers Will Reap Great Benefits from Adequate Supply of Good Water. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 14 February 1919

Lower Macleay Water Supply. NEW SCHEME PROPOSED. I Farmers W»!I Reap Great Benefits frosp Adequate Supply of Good Water. (B,y Northern West.) The residents of the Lower Macleav are agitating for an improved water system to supply the towns of Kempsey, Gladstone, Jerseyville, Frederiekton, SmitiKown and G'lybucca and the dis tricts of Belmore River, Kinchela Greek, Frogmore, Seven Oaks, Clybucca and Summer .Island. A suggestion, made by Dr. Lancaster, of Kem,psey, is to obtain a supply from near Belgrave Falls, and to connect with the reticulation scheme of Kemp sey. The mains would be tarried to Jerseyville and to Long Reach. Before the war the proposal would have cost £85,527, but this estimate v/iil havo 10 be increased owing to the high prices o£ material. One of the most important results of the realisation of the scheme will be tin financial gain to the farmers, who have a hard row to hoe to keep alive the'r stock. An increase in milk yield would certainly follow in the wake of...

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 — 14 February 1919

Buyers of cornsacks, chaff bags (New and Second Hand) Also wheatmeal, hay, chaff, grain, Etc, (Wholesale Only), send your Orders, to GEORGE CAMPBELL, 'Phone, City it"673. ■ Reference, Royal Bank of Australia. Ltd.

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GLEN INNES DISTRICT. Emmaville Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 14 February 1919

GLEN INNES DISTRICT. Emmaville Wedding. 'Mr. Thomas P. McPharlano, of Gl?n Junes, and Miss Muriel Cussen, of Em m'aville, were married last week, at the Ermnavillc Catholic 'Church, the Rev. Father Hviies tying the nuptial knot. The honeymoon is toeing spent in Syd ney, after which the young couple will make their home at Glen Lines. Minister Kills 33 Snakes. While travelling from Sto'.ehenge on Tuesday afternoon, the Rev. H. W. Wood-house, of 'Glen 'limes Methodist Church, killed a large tiger snake on the side of the roadway. On opening up the reptile the clergyman discovered no less than 32 young snakes, each about nine inches long, inside. These were all despatched. C. of E. Girls' School. A Church of England Girls' Scho d has been opened in Trinity l\all, Glen Times, with Mis;-; Fit toe k, B. A., as headmistress. jYIiss Fittock conies with high credentials from the GJennie Me morial Girls' School, Toowo'imha. T'io first term has been interfered with to some extent by the influe...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TIDINGS OF TRE NORTH. ARMIDALE DISTRICT. Organist Resigns. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 14 February 1919

--^-it=ia[=iiziici—ii ir——in^- —ii—, TIDINGS OF TRE NORTH. FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS. | lk^ ARMIDALE DISTRICT. Organist Resigns. Mr. G. E. M. Coombcr, for 30 years organist at St. Peter's Anglican Cathe dral, Armidale, has resigned to go to Sydney. His pupils made him the reci pient of a useful present. New Justices, Before Judge . Cohen/ at Armidaky Mr. II. T. Head, II. W. Chapman, 'C. P. Haves, A. E. Bigg, A. S. Mackenzie, and P. .Meclia.il- were sworn in as jus tices of 'the-'peace. Presentation to Nurse McLacWan. • Nurse McLachlan, who resigned the position of matron of the Armidale Hos pital, h'as been appointed as matron of a South Coast Hospital. Prior to severing her connection with the Armi dale Hospital, she received a present from eleven members of the staff. Nurse Kearney, who made the presentation, extended to the matron every good wiuh for her future welfare and happiness. Self-Appointed Critics of Judge. In welcoming' Judge Cohen to the Dis trict Court Bench on ...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOREE DISTRICT. Welcome Home. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 14 February 1919

MOREE DISTRICT. Welcome Home. At the .Church of 'England Parish Hall on Thursday evening, Private Charles Dean was tendered a much-enjoyed wel come home, promoted by Misses Florrie and Renie Ritter. On behalf of his friends, the Rev. ,J'. S. H. 'Cawte pre sented the returned soldier with a kit bag. Presidents and Mayor Elected. At the Boomi Shire Council meeting on Wednesday, Cr. Geo. Smith was elected President. Cr. John E. Co'-v was re-elected President of the Booloo roo Shire at its last meeting. At the council meeting Aid. 'Hobbes was elect ed Mayor. The allowance was fixed at £")0. Stock Conditions. Tn his monthly report, submitted tj the Pastures Protection Board, Stock inspector iCopeland stated that the drought conditions were being heavily felt over most of the district. Where not supplied by bore drains, the water supply was mostly bad. Some of the sheep were fat, and others good. Cattle were only fair to low, and some dying. He had inspected 21,389 sheep and 73S c'attle. ...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INVERELL DISTRICT. President of Bannockburn. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 14 February 1919

INVERELL DISTRICT. President of Bannockburn. ■Councillor A. T. Hapgooil was electro1, president of the Bannoekburn Shire on Thursday. Destroying Rabbits. In the District Court on Satin-d'ay, before Judge Cohen,, Messrs. Viver.s. Bros., of King's Plains statioi^ between Inverell and Glen Innes, appealed against the verdict given in the lowev court against them for failing to con tinuously destroy rabbits. The case created considerable interest among landmen, for the point raised will pro bably influence future decisions by 'Police Magistrates when graziers ave prosecuted 'for failing to do what tin rabbit inspectors think should be dono. to destroy the pest according to th-.v Pastures Protection Act-. I-Tis Honor upheld the appeal and quashed the con viction. There is an opinion prevalent in the minds of many people that if a rabbit inspector visits land and sees only one rabbit thereon, the holder is liable to be prosecuted, notwithstanding that he may have done all in his power to ...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GULGONG DISTRICT. Fire at Birriwa. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 14 February 1919

GULGONG DISTRICT. Firo at Birriwa. A fire occurred at the residence of Mr. J, Tattersall, at Birriwa, on "Wed nesday. Mr. Tattersall was in Gulgong when he received the news of the out break. The weatherboard cvttage and its contents were completely destroyed. The house was insured, but not the con tents. A Unique Record. At a meeting of the Wvaldra Shir:.1 Council, held on Tuesday, Councillor E. J. Lowe was re-elected as Shire Presi dent for the thirteenth year in sueces sion. This is probably a recoid for any shire council in the iState. .On the sug gestion of the President, the allowanr;-= of £50 per annum was reduced to £30. Show Postponed. Owing to the droughty con T:t ions pre vailing in the district and tho infhie»/.o outbreak, the Gulgong Agricultural and Pastoral Association has decided to postpone the annual show. The show was to have been held early next month, but now will most likely lake place ?„bout the end of May. Tf rain is ex perienced in the near future, there i? ...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MUDGEE DISTRICT. Transferred. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 14 February 1919

EE DISTRICT. Transferred. Mr. AVebb, who for somn time lias been in charge of the Mudyee locomo tive sheds, lias been transferred to Nyngan. He will be succeeded by Mr. Bowen, of Narrandera. Re-elected Mayor. At a special meeting of . the Cudge gong Municipal (Council,"Aid. i3. Hughes was unanimously re-elected Mayor. Aid Hughes has been nine times elected Mayor of Oudgegong, and his long-con tinued occupancy of the.chair consti tutes a record for the council. Chautauqua. The 'Chautauqua has concluded Us one week's session at Mudgee. . The re sult did not reach expectations, and a large deficiency was left for. the guar antors to make up. Mr. J. Pirie's offer to arrange a series of concerts to pay back to the-guarantors .what; they will lose has been accepted. Coo-eo Girls. At the annual .meeting of the Coo-eu Girlsi the following officers were elected for the ensuing year:—Patron, M1.?. Mitchell; president, Miss C. Casimar; treasurer, Miss N. 'Stapleton; secretary. Miss Gertie .Bar...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRUIT MARKET. I I [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 February 1919

I FRUIT MARKET. I I The rainy weather has restricted the demand for fruit at the Sydney Mar But supplies were not heavy, ami quotations for choice quality lines were steady. Pineapples realised 15/- per case. Current quotations, exclusive of charge for cases, are:— Apples.—'Local: Dessert, choice 11/ to 12/-, medium 5/- to 7/-, small,. 3/-; cooking, 2/6 to 7/-; Granny Smith, 5/ to '.)/- per bushel-case. Pears.—Local: Williams, 7/- to 8/-, special, 12/-; Chinas, 4/- to 5/-. Vic-', torian: Williams, 6/- to 11/- per bushel case. Bananas. — Fiji: Nominal. Tweed River: 7/- to 14/-. Queensland: 8/- to 10/- per bushel-ci'sc. Oranges.—Local: Valencias, 18/- to 23/- per bushel-case. ' ' ' Lemons.—Choice 35/- to 40/-, medium 20/- to 25/-per bushel-case. Peaches.—IChoice 9/-, others from 3/6 per -half-busliel case. Vietarian: 10/ to 14/- per bushel-case.

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. MANILLA. Golf Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 February 1919

31ZZ1IIZU TIDINGS THE NORTH FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS. DISTRICT NEWS. M&NILLft. Golf Club. At the annual meeting oil 'lie Manilla Golf Club, Dr. Clark was elected presi dent; Messrs. Mackenzie and Scott,, vice-presidents; Mr. Stoddart, treasurer; and Mr. .1. C. Turner, secretary. Gcod Wool Prices. This season .some very good wool prices have been secured by district graziers. Mr. R. H. W. Hawke:' of " West grove,'' secured 23% d for A class me rino, 231/L>d for AA class merino, 23Vi d for AAA class merino, 20t/.d for cross bred, and 7d for locks. Mr. Dave Ilayne received 2-P/i d for A class me rino, and 22 ^d. for AA class merino. Remarkable School Attendances. Masters Jack and Ray 'Jeddes, at tending the Now Mexico Public School, have been presented with handsome gold medals, suitably inscribed, for re cord school attendance. The former has not missed a day for five years, and the latter has not been absent once since starting school four years ago. They live four ...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOMEBUSH FAT STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 February 1919

HOMEBUSH FAT STOCK. John Bridge and Co., Ltd., report:— Sheep and Lambs—'Monday's market: i'lices a. little better than Thursday's good sales. 'Cattle.—Market 15/- clearer than ■ Thursday's enhanced prices. Piss.—Yarded 1000. Competition keen for all prime. 'Porkers showed a vise of 5/-. Baconers and backfatters very firm. Prospects ahead for all good quality bright. Butchers' and Station Produce. Rab'bit-Skins.—A month's accumula tions were submitted to public competi tion. on the ISth. The market was un changed for 'best sorts, but %d to Id lower for other descriptions. Pox Skins.—A drop of 10/- to 20/ per doz, was registered. Best sold at from ISO/- to 200/- per dozen. Kangaroo iSkins.—Prices rather unex pectedly rose 40 to 50 per cent. \Yallaby Skins.—;Values appreciated :'d 'to -Id each. Hide*.—Auction sales could have been conducted under the amended quarantine regulations, but as no ad vantage would have been gained by holding them, recourse was had to pri vate negotiations, ...

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 — 28 February 1919

PLEASING PRICES for PROMPT and •PERFECTLY PRODUCED PRINTING . . at . , OK Eeaditta Printers of tfte Slorrb, 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. ARNOTT'S BISCUITS. METAL POLISH HAS NO EQUALI THE TRUNK FOR TRAVELLING J. MHGKIESCo. Newcastle THE BIG FURNITURE STORE. ' -V5TA.*rC33E3: US G-ROW " ©FFSeE FURNITURE—MHDE IN NEWCASTLE, There is no need to depend on Foreign Countries for your Of Sice Requirements. The Firm of J. MACKIB & CO. can supply your every need in this respect, and not only is the Quality of the Goods better, but the prices will prove our contention that we can employ Australians' in our own Factories and SELL the Article CHEAPER THAN IMPORTATIONS. HERE IS A SINGLE PEDESTAL FLAT TOP DESK OF EXCELLENT DESIGN AND FINISH. WELL WORTH INSPECTION. PRICE...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUSSEX STREET SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 February 1919

SUSSEX STREET SALES. The tone of trade has keen quiet in most .sections of the Sussex Street markets. Dairy produce houses experi enced the usual slackness. The supply of butter, cheese, aiul bacon remained limited. Smaller deliveries of eggs were re ceived from suburban poultry farms, and (inn rates were obtained for graded new-laid. Tlie quality of some of the railway consignments was inferior, and prices were irregular, ranging from 1/3 to 1/C, per dozen. Buyers of forage were much les.s keen, and quotations for all but 'prime chaff and hay tended to sag. 'Potatoes were considered good pro perty, with most holders looking for advanced rates. Onions, on the other hand, were offered at slight conces sions. Latest quotations for wholesale par cels are:— . Butter.—Proclaimed prices': First grade, 186/3 per ewt. (retail 1/10 per lb.); in prints, %d per lb. extra. Cheese.—'Proclaimed prices: Large and medium, whole-sale 1/1, retail 1/4; loaf, wholesale 1/11/>, retail 1/4^ per lb. Eg...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR: HALEY FARMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 February 1919

MR: HAI^ JFARMER. Mr. T. Hajey, who ha>;bee.u connected with, the Colbnial/Sugar Kefining Com pany's Broadwater Mill, has resigned, after' 20,years'service.: Mr. Haley is probably one-of the oldest officials in the company 's service;, ,having filled the position", of . can9 ..inspdctor on the Cla rence for.Itwo.tei'Ms;Hit Fiji, and latterly on the'ftichniond. It is understood that Mr. Haley has acquired an interest in grazing ' pursuits on the 'Clarence, and will relinquish. his^pQsitio.n this week. ; ' imwTtnimiiHWMiiiiii twiihuiimgi';

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Newcastle's Housing Difficulty. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 February 1919

Newcastle's Housing Difficulty. Owing to the conformation of the site upon which Newcastle stands, the opportunities for the extension of build ing for residential purposes within the city boundaries are exceedingly limited. While 'this is so the demand for housing accommodation is of the keenest, anil not only is there not an untenanted house to be found in any part otf New castle, but every property agent or owner has a list of persons anxious to get possession of the -first tenement that becomes vacant. The result of this competition of would-be tenants is that the rush is taken advantage of by some of those owning or controlling houses to unfairly inflate rents, and the charges under this head in Newcastle are, as a rule, unwarrantably heavy. Trying and burdensome as conditions already are in connection with the housing problem, especially for those of limited means, they are likely to grow worse, rather than better, as commer cial and industrial advancement con tinues, which it...

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