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SATISFACTORY GOLD YIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 February 1919

SATISFACTORY GOLD YIELD. 'Crushing of stone from the Federa tion mine, Upper Bowman, was stopped some time ago owing to scarcity of water. The yield for 82 tons put through the stampers was 105 ozs. of retorted gold, which is "considered very satisfactory. There are several reefs in this locality which are' worth test ing.

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PROGRESSIVE FARM AGRICULTURAL SHOWS IN NORTH and NORTH-WEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 February 1919

,1 THE PROGRESSIVE FARMER.% AGRICULTURAL SHOWS IN NORTH and NORTH-WEST. Bangalow, Mch. 11, 12. Gloucester, Mch. 12, 11!. Nambucca, Mch. 12, .13. Armidale, Mch. 1S-20. Mudgee, Mch. 18-20. Kempsey, Mch. 19-21. Tamworth, Mch. 25-27. Kyogle, Mch. 26, 27. Dubbo, Mch. 26, 27. Walcha, Mch. 26, 27. Maitland, Mch. 26-29. Coonamblc, April 1, 2. Dungog, April 2--1. Quirindi, April 2-1. Muswellbrook, April 9, 10. Sydney Royal, April 14-26. Moree, May, 21-23.

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ABOUT NORTHERN PEOPLE THE NEWCASTLE DISTRICT ABATTOIR BOARD [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 February 1919

§jj&FT Ma a IERN PEOPLE, ~ 8 The Newcastle District Abattoir Board. Standing: Alderman D. Murray, Alderman H. M. Shedden, Mr. J. Lance Lawson (Secretary). Seated: Alderman C. G. Melville, Councillor Win. Beath (Chairman),Alderman A. McGregor, junr. Under whose management the Abattoir at Waratah was so successfully conducted last.year. The works are looked upon as being one of the best establishments in that class of industry, and northern district people can rest assured that in any 'business transacted with the board their interests, will be safeguarded.

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUYING A FARM TRACTOR. IS IT WORTH WHILE. Little Increase in Crop Yields. American.Experience Shows Practically Only Advantage is Work Done More Quickly. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 February 1919

BUYING A FARM TRACTOR. IS IT WORTH WHILE. Little Increase in Crop Yields. American .Experience Shows Prac tically Only Advantage is Work Done More Quickly. The extent to which mechanical power displaces hcrse power on farms where it is tried is a question that has aroused much discussion in America, and Farmers' Bulletin {Hi:!, United States- Department of Agriculture (which relates "tractor experience in Illinois"), remarks that up vo the pre sent "the tractor has not displaced horses to the extent common!.- expected. Tts greatest advantage has been in the fact that it docs the heavy work quickly, and thus ccniplet.es it within the proper season, since it places at the farmer 's command a larg.^ amount of untiring power when needed.'' The tractor did displace horses to some extent, says the Bulletin, but only on about three-fourths of those farms where it was used on the same area as was previously worked with horses. " In these instances, the horses displaced average about four, a...

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

NEW CHEESE PRICES. A Commonwealth Prices Order has been issued fixing new prices, for cheese <:s follow: — Within -metropolitan area of New South Wales: Large and medium, whole sale 1/1 per lb., retail 1/4 per lb.; loaf, wholesale 1/1% per l'b., retail 1/4per lb. Price at cheese factories as above, for each class, less cost of transportation to metropolitan area; all other pro claimed areas in 'New South Wales, price at place -of purchase—factory or metro polis—'plus actual cost of transporta tion. In ?delation to the wholesale prices set qnt above, e^ses Tiqt renrired to be returned may be charged for at actual cost rates. The order operates as from February 25. ' ■ ' Tf. will be noticed that the former, .distinction m price .for matured and rnmatirred- cheese has been dropped.

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WILL THE NORTHERN MINERS GO ON STRIKE? POSSIBLE COMPROMISE. Men Will Most Likely Accept Lower Wages than Demanded by Them. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 February 1919

WILL THE N0R1HERN MINfcRS j jjGO ON STRIKE ? POSSIBLE COMPROMISE. j Men Will Most Likely Accept Lower Wages than Demanded by Them. <.By E. Haig Brackcn.) Although much publicity has boon given to the miners' demand for an in crease of 25 per cent, in wages and the possible result of the proprietors' re fusal to grant the increase, it is not probable ihat the miners wi.l go so far as to strike. it is well known to most people who take an interest in the welfare of the men that many of them employed at certain collieries have not been earning much more than a living wage. The owners concerned will readily admit ;hat. It is neither the owners' fault nor the men's. .It is the result of the scarcity of shipping. And when the trade outlets are not so numerous as they previously were, it naturally fol lows that the demand for coal is not so great. That much is readily conceded. On the other hand, trade prospects are brightening, and miners will be certain that the present interm...

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

For the Bath* a* You must tak® a bath, dear, with, a nblwgooitful of KBBH'S MUSTARD tn It I know by axp»rtenoo how It revtvstt and Ift

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TIMBER ENTERPRISE ON NORTHERN RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 February 1919

TIMBER ENTERPRISE ON NORTHERN RIVER. Mr. H. ,J. Pryor, of the ' 'II. J. Pry or Australian Sarven Wheel Co.," of I/nichharilt, is at |.resent on the Man ning fiiver in connection with an enter prise that he purpose* carrying out on the Lansdowne Kiver, says the Man ning hirer "Times." It is intended to manufacture the lines of his com pany in a mill to be acquired, and thus save the cost of freight on fully one-* third of the timber that would be used. The proposed new company which' it is intended to lloat will cater for tho needs of carriage builders generally, specialising in all kinds of spotted gum products. He has selected a suitable forest of 5000 acres. The mill will be adjoining the forest for convenience^ and close to the shipping port. Other timbers not suitable for the carriage trade will be cut and sold to 'builders generally. Mr. 'Pryor says there is a fine market for these supplies. He claims that as there is no other firm spe-.ialising i:i this timber. Adjoining the m...

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

SHIPBUILDING AT TUNCURRY. Turicurry is pridiiig itself on the fact that it has on the stocks what will be .the. largest ship ever launched at thai port. Mr. Ern. Wright is the builder, and the vessel is being constructed to I the order of Messrs; Allen. Taylor aim Co. The work of construction is well on the way. When completed the steamer will'be 162ft.. long, and have a beam of 36ft. When loaded she will draw some 10ft. of water. It is under stood that she will be used in the inter State timber trade. . • j

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCE & BUSINESS THIS WILL INTEREST YOU. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 February 1919

I COMMERCE & BUSINESS f' ^ — | THIS WILL INTEREST YOU. Advertising is an investment, t lie cost of which is in ;!:e same proportion to its return.; as seeds ara to the har vest. And it is just ris preposterous i for one to consider publicity as an ex pense, as it would be for a farmer to hesitate over purchasing a fertiliser, if lie discovered that he could profitably increase his crops by employing it. To re.-ch prospective customers in the Grout North and North-West of this h there is no cheaper way than by using the advertising columns of the "Voice of the North." It is read by the people resident there who have the money to spend. T-hat is the reason.

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
19 7-18 WHEAT SCRIP. PROFITABLE INVESTMENT 60 per cent, on Purchase Price. Five Million Bushels of Wheat Sold to Oversea Evyers Since Christmas. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 February 1919

! 19 7-18 WHEAT SCRIP. I PROFITABLE INVESTMENT £ 60 per cent, on Purchase Price. Five Million Bushels of Wheat Sold to Oversea Evyers Since Christmas. When last we wrote the price of the "C" 3 017-18 Scrip was about 1/0%, staie Joseph Palmer and Sons in their February report. Shortly afterwards it was announi'ed that the price to the millers would be raised 3d per bushel to 5/-, by increasing the selling price ot' bran and pollard, and it quickly rose to viy*. This advance in the scrip proved ot benefit to larmers, who had bills due early in February for 'purchases ol machinery, etc. They sold fairly plenti fully, and the market eased back to 1/0% for a short period; but it has since recovered to 1/.1%. owing to the announcement of foreign sales at fair prices. Since Christmas 50,000 tons have been sold to Norway at 5/8 per bushel, 39,000 tons to India at 5/G per bushel, 32,000 tons to Sweden at 5/9 per bushel, anil 13,000 to Great Britain on a contract that is estimated to re turii...

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

WOOL. .John Bridge and Co. report:— Appraisements. — The Government wool appraisers will leave shortly for Brisb:'^o to crnduct appraisements of wool in the northern market. On their way they will have to undergo seven days' quarantine. During their absence ;• npraisements will be continued in Syd ney, but 011 a more limited scale. Wool Trade Developments.—The most Minguine critic will not deny that it will take a long period before either , the wool trade of France or Belgium cnii be reconstructed. In respect to the former country development;-! have tak en place during the currency of the war in and around Mazamet, the former centre of the fellmongering industry in France. These developments naturally moan a wider sphere of activities in tlie Mazamet wool trade. Roubaix and Toureoing, in the north of France, may accordingly find a rival in wool trade activities in their own country.

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COUNTRY WEEK, OR A WEEK IN THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 February 1919

COUNTRY WEEK, OR A WEEK IN THE COUNTRY. '' I see they are going to avc a coun try week down in Sydney,'' said Mr. W. Whiskers, from West o; Sundown, a couple of days ago in the Quirindi "Gazette." "Wish to sheol we could just let them see a bit of country life as it really is, with the missus and kids without any boot?, with damper and fricaseed rabbit six days a week and baked on Sunday, and the old cove lop'pin' apple trees to feed the few sheep that are left to satsify the bank's monkey. Let's see, we could do it nicely in Hyde Park, right opposite the T. and G. Flats—the Country Flats would be over the way. The bark or tin humpy could be rigged up under some of the Morton Bay fig-trees, ami we could get his Ex. Davidson, Billy 'Olman, .Tack Storey, or some of them other guns to shin the trees and do -i bit of loppin'! Tf they're stuck. I'll let 'em have the old woman and tht kids, and chuck the sheep in."

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONSERVATION WILL PAY SAYS SCIENCE COUNCIL. reen Food is Best for Young Lambs; Other Food is Question of Cost. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 February 1919

CONSERVATION WILL PAY SAYS SCIENCE COUNCIL. Green Food is Best for Young Lambs; Other Food is Ques tion of Cost. The executive of the Graziers' As sociation has received a communication from the Advisory Council of Science and Industry in reply to the associa tion's inquiry with regard to fodder for lambing ewes anil lambs. The Ad-' visory Council, after due consideration, states the position as follows:— It does not appear to be •< fact that there is nothing at present available that will save young lambs except green food. Bran, lucerne hay, molasses, etc., can all 'be used satisfactorily for the purpose, provided water is available. The question is one of cost. In view of the fact that food for the purpose in view is required only in | drought years, the difficulties in evolv ing a cakc for the purposes proposed a:'3 (a) to make the cake at a reasonable cost and (b) to get graziers to use it. If graziers would lay in a reserve of feed, either as grass hay or silage, th...

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

$=^==^======= ^ © Children's Copixep. ® <^S. VA By Sister Susie. fSp Competition Closing. As T think of you, T wonder how many of you are bus}' with your let tors for me. Semi them to Sister Susi»v Box 25'7, Newcastle. Write on one side of the paper only. As I omitted to remind you all in last week's issue of" these conditions, T shall hold tho competition open till Tuesday, the 4th March. All letters must be in by then to share in the prizes. Prizes of five shillings each will be given to the boy and girl sending in the best letter. Do not forget to write about some thing" unusual or interesting to other boys and girls. All of you know of some little strange happenings, I am sure. The letters will be judged care fully, and it will not be the most ex traordinary events that will win the prizes, but the best account's of irie< dents given in letter form. Lord JelJicoe. We hear by cable that Lord .Tellicoe, who was in active command of the British Navy at the beg...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HUNTER RIVER WATER SHOULD BE CONSERVED. PRIMARY PRODUCERS MOVE Conservation Will Remove Anxieties of Farmers and Will Assist Industrial Wor[?]s [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 February 1919

HUNTER RIVER WATER SHOULD BE CONSERVED. PRIMARY PRODUCERS MOVE Conservation Will Remove Anxiet ies of Farmers and Will Assist Industrial Wor,s (By T. J. R. Brownsone.) At the annual meeting of the Hunter District Council of the Primary Pro ducers' Union, it was decided to ap proach the Government with a view to having the water of the Hunter Bivu, and its tributaries conserved. This is a good move, and should have the backing of every practical fanner in the Hunter Valley. Millions of gal lons flow to waste during good seasons, but in seasons like the present farmers are hard .pressed to keep their stock and crops alive. Producers have been requested to shut down their irrigation •plants in order to allow Newcastle and its works to have an ample supply. The big works of the district, notably the Steel Works, need an immense quantity of water daily, and if that is not forth coming, the works will be compelled to close down, with the result that thou sands of men will be thrown out of...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOLDIERS DO NOT LIKE THEIR LAND AT CLINTON. Outspoken Criticism by Farmers Who Declare that Warriors Are Not Fairly Treated. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 February 1919

SOLDIERS DO NOT LIKE THEIR LAND AT CLINTON. Outspoken Criticism by Farmers Who Declare that Warriors Are Not Fairly Treated. (From our Inverell Correspondent.) j At the annual meeting of the District Council of the Inverell Primary Pro ducers' Union, a. motion was unani mously agreed to that the Government, he requested to abolish the system of employing land agents in the resumption of any estates for repatriation purposes. Soldiers desirous of land were handi capped' first by paying too much for their areas, and then by having to pav commission to persons who tendered ad vice. The branches of the Union in the district considered the minimum acreage to any one applicant should be 200 acres. There was much ciiticism of the price -paid by the Government for the Clinton Settlement, 011 which sol diers were placed last year, »ml several members expressed the opinion that a Royal Commission should be appointed to enquire into the matter. This are i is situated only a few miles from In v...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WONDERFUL INVERELL PRODUCES GOOD WINES. Captured Many Champion Prizes. But Industry is Hindered by Lack of Proper Railway Service. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 February 1919

WONDERFUL INVERELL PRODUCES GOOD WINES. Captured Many Champion Prizes. But Industry is Hindered by Lack of Proper Railway Service. (By A. G. Stonemaii.) The wonder is Unit Inverell district, with its wonderful potentialities ami possibilities, has j 1 ot"before this received 'die attention from the Government it justly deserves. The official attitude to the town, has been that of 'building it a railway of tortuous design, and saying, ! in effect, "There; we've done all you I need; we'll have nothing more to- do ! with you." And to■ prove that it could exist, without any 'State spoon-feeding, 1nverell thrived exceedingly, and to-day is one of the finest'' inland districts in the Commonwealth. But, with some further: railway facili ties, it is destined to forge still further ahead, . Mention has already been made of the wonderful deposits of coal, limestone, and guano; of the tobacco it grows; its' agricultural productiveness; its tin yielding capabilities, and the hundred and one oth...

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

The '.:c/. ' Correct *> in Corsetry. The necessity of good corsets cannot be too strongly recommended to those who do not realise this fact THE being'of modish design, exquisite workmanship and faultless fitting are consequently the most comfort-giving corsets of the day. Rustless.—Of British Make, by the World's Best Makers. JLM2SL FOR THEM

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

RECIPES. Consomme Julienne. Two quarts clear stock, 1 turnip, salt and -pejiper to taste, 1 carrot, 2 sticks celery. Method: Scrape carrot, peel turnip thickly and clean celery. Gut. vege tables into pieces about the size and .shape of matches. Cook the.*? shredded vegetables in a pint of stock till ten der. Put stock on to boil. Add cooked vegetables; pepper and salt to taste. Serve hot with a little chopped parsley. Salmon a la Mornay. Four 'potatoes, 1 tin salmon, y2 pint white sauce, cup cheese (grated), few breadcrumbs, butter. Method: Mash the potatoes and line a greased pie-dish with them. Add the cheese to the white sauce and pour half of it over the potatoes. Add the fish and cover it with white sauce, sprinkle over it bread crumbs and a few pieces of butter. Bake in oven for 20 minutes Lentil Pie. The following are recognised vege tarian recipes:—1. Boil one pint of brown or red lentils in salted water until well cooked. l?ub them through a sieve. An onion may be added to ...

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