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CATS USED TO KILL OFF RABBITS IN NORTH. Latest Method Tried by Glen Innes Landowner is Ridiculed by Neighbors, [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 21 March 1919

CATS USED TO KILL OFF RABBITS IN NORTH; Latest Method Tried by Glen Innes Landowner is Ridiculed by Neighbors, (From our Glen Innes Correspondent.) Mr. W. I". Ogilvie, of Ilparran Es tate, a few miles to the west of Glen Tnnes, is a great believer in the efficacy of domestic cat's as destructive agents among rabbits. He has netted in the estate (compri*. ing about 80Q0 acres) and recently col lected all the cats a'bout the district,, paying up to &/- per head, which have been turned into the 'bush. ~He contends that the cat is the natural enemy of bunny, but there are very pronounce! differences of opinion among-his neigh bors on this question. It is stated to be a fact that on one •portion of Tlparran a little whilfe ago, a feline pet sold to Mr. Ogilvie by a Glen Innes schoolboy was seen "mother ing '' some half ■ dozen young rabbit.-?. Whether the experience is common is not known,' but other landholders in the district are of opinion that the owner of the estate named wo...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIA ANSWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 21 March 1919

AUSTRALIA ANSWERS. (Written by Ella Wheeler Wilcox, for the Soldiers' Function at Australia House). How did you answer England's cry, when it fell upon your ear? With four hundred thousand fighting men, each one a volunteer! And where did you come to England's aid when she called you over the sea? We came to her at the ANZAC Cove—we came at Gallipoli. We came in the dawn of an April day that was sweet with the young Spring's 'breath. And the bounds of Hell were waiting as there, with a devil'strap of death. I4 . And what did you do to foil the foe, when you reached that steep cliff path? Go ask the Cyclone to tell you the way it tears through the earth in wrath! Go ask the Lightning to tell you tale of its felling a forest tree, Or the terrible story of tidal waves, as thev rush inland from the sea! For that is the way we swept up over the Turks at 'Gallipoli! And our dead we left in the devil's trap, and our dead we left 011 the hill We know are alive 011 the Other Side, and loving...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REPATRIATION PROBLEM. Country Committees Want More Power. ONLY ADVISORY BOARDS NOW. Decentralisation Will Help Solve Soldiers' Problem. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 21 March 1919

REPATRIATION PROBLEM. Country Committees Want More Power. ONLY ADVISORY BOARDS NOW. Decentralisation Will Help Solve Soldiers' Problem. (By A. G. Stoneman.) The repatriation of the returned soldiers forms one of the most complex problems yet faced by the Common wealth. Upon its speedy and success ful solving depends much of the de velopment of the country in the future, and wholly the prosperity or otherwise of the vast majority of the men who. are coming back to these shores in in creasing numbers each mouth. It is generally admitted, even by the Minister himself, that there must be a generous leaven of decentralisation in the system if it is to secure one-hun dredth part of the benefit to the sol diers that its framers desire. ' The very pouderousness of a system which ex tends over the whole of Australia, such as repatriation does, will bespeak fail ure unless the control is taken from the central body and extended freely into the different centres in the country. Committees Disc...

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 — 21 March 1919

ARNdTT'S BISCUITS. "The Welling ton Briar Pipes. 99 Cool, Sweet and Clean. Assorted Shapes DAVID COHEN & CO. LTD., NEWCASTLE. T.B PHLE HLE. Makes a Quality Appeal which the Connoisseur will not ignore. Brewed & Bottled by TOOTH & CO , LIMITED, KENT BREWERY, SYDNEY. TRY UNDERWOOD'S Sauce with Chops. Blair's Talcum Powder Violet or Carnation. HRNOTT'S BISCUITS. DUNLOP RUBBER GOODS] Coopnttng How lr>erj dc^onpfkm^ Gflfinecting. Mi^iog *nd Spnrting Reqoisttet. Cycle, Uotcy uid Unto* Bo» Tjrrn, Rabbet ind FUuti Btlnng, Waterproof Clothing, Rubber Hcclt am! Sok»—in l»ct cvff) detcripiioo cA Rubbcf Good*—*r* now manufactured 01 (W two Dunlop IJitU by 4u»tralun llbotf «mb Au»lnUi«n Capital Thew Goods arc «90fi/ lo Mutiriml sea WotHauuitblp ro rts» 6«j/ imported Oit$€$Cm Mtf MM IA# troportamt atraot&n* ot being f/e*b and l/e* (rata patlak »hxb meant ioagts aa^ cad oo«eeqwotl| redaocd jom. Oa> Ooodl Sir* foo4 and m rathy ol fo«i eoeaideralk* »hen (m/chuin...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Newcastle's 400. "The Hill," Newcastle, Thursday [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 21 March 1919

? Hill,'> NSWHtSffiT/Kk: Thur scl a y ? ingl$ Dearest .Brenda,— You darling old thing for replying 30 quickly. I hope all you say about Jack Pike and myself will come true. He is a dear, and I'm sure now that he likes me a bit. He has a new tie on every day. He told me that in Paris he met Mrs. Wellington, who used to live her .-. He said that her people have a very nice home, but didn't seem very keen about Australians. She's taking di vorce proceedings against hubby. I forgot to tell you that. Mr. Queens town had really got married again. You know there were so many rumors one couldn't be sure about anything. The ladj' is not, as you suggested, just in her teens. She is a Miss Magdell, and her brother, or father, is a plumber at Hamilton. I wonder a'bout the depart mental lady who left Newcastle re cently: did she use stronger language than she used to dress the girls down with sometimes? No one seems to know where she has gone to. Did you ever hear the story of this draper who...

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 — 21 March 1919

RunmTT's Buyers of cornsacks, chaff b^gs (New and Second Hand) Also wheatmeal, hay, chaff, grain, Etc, (Wholesale Only), send your Orders to GEORGE CAMPBELL, Sydney - 'I hen, Citg 10673. lleference, Royal Bank of Australia, Limited.

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Industrial Progress of the Borth Payable Gold and Diamond Mining. Continuation of Rich Caledonian Lead Gives Excellent Yield. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 21 March 1919

U, Payable Gold and Diamond Mining. Continuation of Rich Caledonian Lead Gives Excellent Yield. (By W. H. Bemi.) The New Caledonian Mining Syndi cate is now raising and treating good payable gold and diamond bearing wash ,from their mining leases at "G-unta wang," near Gulgoug. The mine is pro ducing. a splendid sample of shotty gold (up to 1 dwt. specks) and first water diamonds (up to 2 carats in weight). The lead now toeing worked is a con tinuation of the rich Caledonia Lead that produced £500,000 worth of gold in •the adjoining paddock in the early day* of the field. This portion of the field was not worked, as the owner of the land would not let the miners in. The synmcate holds this lease under the Mining on Private Property Act. The width of gold bearing wash is 40 feet on a soft pipe-elay 'bottom, an! the depth of sinking is. 12 feet. The syndicate has installed an up-to-date gold and diamond saving machine, also a steam pumping plant for washing pur poses.

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GULGONG FREEZING WORKS MAY BE MUCH ENLARGED. Besides Rabbits, Meat Will Probably be Treated, thus Greating Employment. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 21 March 1919

GULGONG FREEZING WORKS MAY EE MUCH ENLARGED. Besides Rabbits, Meat Will Pro-1 bably be Treated, thus Great- | ing Employment. j Extensive supplies of rabbits are being treated weekly at the Gulgon; freezing works, and it is reported that the works are too small to fill all de mands in this direction, writes our Gul gong correspondent. It is probable that considerable ex tensions will be parried out at tha works in the near future, so as to en able the carrying out of larger opera tions. ' . It is very likely that at the works provision will be made for the freezing of meat. Stock will be killed outside the three-mile radius and brought u\ to the works to be frozen. If these operations are carried out—as present Intentions indicate—it will mean the finding of employment for a larger number of men in the district. The works are at present owned by Messrs. Thomas Bortlnvick and Sons, Ltd., who have their registered office in London, and their head office for Aus tralia in Melbourne.

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THMWORTH. The Coming Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 21 March 1919

THMW©RTH. The Coming Show. Though the issue of the Tamworth Show had been in doubt owing to the opinions held as to the advisability or not of holding it with influenza and drought stalking through the land, the "Ayes" have more than a ho-pe, as at present appears, that their verdict was a wise one. Entries have been good in most classes, and the recent rains, though somewhat slight, have given hope for success. A railway platform, right at the ground, is in course of construction, and should be finished by the opening day—March 25th. This will be a convenience which should be greatly appreciated. School Matters. Tamworth is forging ahead with its educational organisation. Quite recent ly two modern buildings were con structed, one on each side of the river. On March 25 the Minister for Educa tion (Mr. James) is to open the build ing at East Tamworth as a High School, thus setting aside all doubts as to the school's status. The building alluded to occupies a site contiguous to land ...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAIRY COMPANIES' REPORTS Lismore and Ballina. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 21 March 1919

DAIRY COMPANIES' REPORTS Lismore and Ballina. The report adopted at the half-yearly meeting of the Lismore Co-operative Dairy Company showed that in the six months ended December 31 the butter J manufactured was f>8 tons, a decrease of 57 tons on the corresponding period of the previous year. This was due to drought conditions. Suppliers were paid an average price of 15.48d. per lb. for all grades. The cost of manufac ture and marketing was 2d per lb., against 1.94d previously. The in creased cost of material used in manu facture and the small output were chiefly responsible for this. The half- j vear 's working resulted in a loss of I £267. I The February output of the Ballina i Co-operative Creamery was 45 tons of butter, and the total pay was £7949 lis. 4d., at the rate of. Is SVl'l for first quality. In the corresponding month of last year the output was 78 tons, an-.! the total pay £10,423 6s 5d. Five hundred and ninety-nine pigs were treated during the year, the total pig p...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INVERELL. Lake Inverell! [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 21 March 1919

INVERELL. Lake Inverell! A proposal has been made that thj large body of water impounded at the Grwydir River for the Inverell water supply be called Lake Tnverell. It is situated several miles from' town, but in time to come will probably 'become a favorite pleasure resort. The area is regarded as one of the prettiest river spots in the north-west. Presbyterian Minister Leaves. The Rev. T. F. Johansen, who has been in charge of St. Andrew's Presby5 terian Ohureh at Inverell for some years, has accepted a call to Woollaihra, where he will be inducted this weels. Previous to leaving Inverell last weeff, he was publicly farewelled and pre sented with a 'purse of sovereigns from his parishioners and ofchfer friends in the town and district. The Women's Guild presented Mrs. Johansen with: a handsome leather bag as a token or' their esteem and respect. ^ Shows Benefit Business People. The question of whether or not a show is to 'bo held at Inverell this season has not yet been definitely...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TIN SLUICING CO.'S BRIGHT PROSPECT. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 21 March 1919

TIN SLUICING CO.'S BRIGHT PROSPECT. During the half-year ended Decem ber last, the Elsmore Tin Sluicing ^C'om pany sluiced 36,000 cubic yards of ground at a cost of 1/1. (id for an ave rage yield of lib. tin per cubic yard. The net profit was £619. Owing to the dry season operations hr.d to be sus pended at the end of December. With water again available it will be possible to put three plants into commission, on what is estimated to 'be decidedly pro fitable material.

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 — 21 March 1919

"Elephant" Brand All Durabflrty Ironmongers Mil jmmL, Insures and IwK^P Grocers. Satisfaction. Washing Boards. FLOOR POLISH THE EASIEST SIMPLEST AND BEST POLISH FOR LINOLEUM,FLOORS. FURNITURE, OILCLOTH.LEATHER, ET£_ <0|bift lephant' Brand MADE IN OF SELECTED TIMBER. ONE TRIAL SUFFICES. NO OTHER BRAND ACCEPTED THEREAFTER BY EXPERTS. OBTAINABLE FROM ALL STOREKEEPERS. SEWING •MACHINES. Silent Running Lockstitch. Easily Operated and Thoroughly Reliable. Economy, Durability, Perfection. Agents for N.S,W.: David Colrcii & Co., Ltd. NfciWCAS TLE ' GH1SWIGK" ginWOBE OXFORD BLUE. SEMI-PORCELAIN. Suited to the Mansion or the Cottage. On the table of Up-to-Date Hotels Obtainable from all Leading Stores In N.S.W

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 — 21 March 1919

This Issue Contains REPATRIATION PROBLEMS. Decentralisation a Solution. THE SOWING OF LUCERNE. When is the Best Time. ONE OF THE OLD SCHOOL. Photograph of Mr. R. Bloomfield. WOOL TRADE IN FRANCE. Textile Industry Recovering PATRICK'S PLAINS CENTENARY. How John Howe Made Discovery. NEWCASTLE'S CIVIC IMPROVEMENTS Promises and Performances. Scott's . Autumn Millinery Special Exhibition, of New Modes THE AUTUMN MODELS at Scott's win entire approval. Amongst a crowd of New Designs and Novel Ideas are many Piquant and Catchy Notions besides the more conventional modes. These New Hats in rich Velours, Velvets, Suede Cloth, Beaver, Duvetyn and Peau de Reche possess the fascinating" air and restrained smartness to which all good dres-. sers aspire. In addition to the Trimmed Millinery there is an. unmatched showing of new style Ready-to-Wears in Pedal Straws, Tagel Straws, and Felts. Hats for Sports Wear, a Travelling Hat, a Hat for Morn ing Wear, or for a Dull Day are to be seen at SCOTT'S,...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Newcastle's Civic Improvements. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 21 March 1919

Newcastle's Civic " • J ^ .^iThere are probably not many re3\r dckitT oi' Newcastle who have "elllior~the inclination or the leisure to en^ago in tlie work of searching the" re'corcls' of tlie municipality since the'city Was first incorporated. If there be any such they would, doubtless, find it of interest to them to hunt through old books and documents in order to as certain the name of the first Mayor who, on assuming office, proclaimed his determination to push on vigorously with the construction, or re-construc tion, .on a lasting basis, of Newcastle's sole main thoroughfare—Hunter Street. Certain it is that the investigator would discover that every Mayor for the past thirty years has, a,t the outset of his term, made an announcement of this kind, but up to the present no thing more practicable or effective in the way of road-making on modern lines has eventuated. For a long time the aldermen were unable to agree as to the class of material most suitable for the purpo.se. Some...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
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. NEWCASTLE, MARCH 21, 1919. The Multiplicity of Political Parties. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 21 March 1919

, , j ; Vi's Voiccs the Rightful Claims of the Northern and North-Western Districts of N.S.W. ■ouyvi PUBLISHED WEEKLY. ■ • ' At 37' Bolton Street, Newcastle. . NEWCASTLE, MARCH 21, 1919. The Multiplicity of Political Parties. Very few men enjoy to so great an extent the esteem and goodwill of their countrymen and countrywomen which Captain A. C. Carmichael, M.O., M.L.A., possesses. It would be super fluous to occupy much space in an effo:t to fully describe the means by which he so deservedly won his fame. They are known to everyone who has any knowledge whatever of Australian and world events of the past few years. It will suffice to mention that, when the call came for reinforcements for our divisions fighting so splendidly in France and Flanders against the then powerful and arrogant German foe," he put aside all considerations of his safety and comfort and Ministerial place and p ;'<)*, and not only offered his own services in the Empire's cause, but i'.lso, by the ex...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GLADSTONE SELECTIONS. (By Simple Simon.) Belmore Handicap. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 21 March 1919

GLADSTONE SELECTIONS. (By Simple Simon.) Belmore Handicap. SCOTT : 1 Once More 2 Narla Light . . -3 No-rfce Handicap. MISS POSEIDON 1 Coolin 2 Handsome Lassie 3 Gladstone Handicap. (In absence of Grand Vizier) CARBONE 1 First impression 2 Goorlfield .... '3 Handicap Hack. MOUSCUM 1 Laney Boy . . . . • 2 Grey Home .. .. .. .. .. 3 Farewell Handicap. FIRST IMPRESSION .... 1' Once More 2 Carbon ?,

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GLEN INNES. Electricity for Town. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 21 March 1919

GLEN INNES. Electricity for Town. A firm in 'Sydney lias offered to instai electricity in Glen Tnnes 011 condition that the Council gives it the right to levy charges over a certain period of years,' The matter is toeing considered. Welcomed Home. Gunner Geoff Kemmis, son of the Rev. Canon Kemmis, who enlisted at the out break of hostilities and who saw service 011 several fronts, returned home last week. On Saturday evening he was tendered a welcome home by the resi dents of the town. 'Flu Contacts. Nurses Rene Curtis and Eileen Mann, of the Newcastle Hospital, who were re moved to the Waratah Hospital a few days ago as influenza contacts, are na tives of Glen Innes. Their respective parents reside in this town. Or. Broadbent Leaves District. Councillor and Mrs. Broadbent, who have resided at Dundee .all their lives, were given a testimonial last week priof to their departure for Yarra Vale, near La Perouse, where they intend entering into business. At a large public gather ing, a ...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WALLSEND SELECTIONS. (By Simple Simon.) Novice Handicap. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 21 March 1919

WALIiSEND SELECTIONS. (By Simple Simon.) Novice Handican. TANTWOKTHY .. *. .. 1 Patlara 2 Ba'ba .Taga 3 Shorts Handicap. PE'N'ST IMON .. .. .. . .1 Sydian .. 2 Frank E. 3 Welter Handicap. BOttOZINA 1 Lord Larido 2 Glen Nevis 3 March. Handicap. DOUBLE STRENGTH.. .. 1 Kephattol .. 2 Closerie 3 ' Maryland Handicap. SAR.A'ALLG'OOD .. .... 1 Lintrona .....: £ Amino' . . . . • . . . 3 Final Handicap. TALLY-HO .. ........ 1 Count Earl st on . ... .. .. 2 Aranap .. .. .. .. .. .. ?.

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
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