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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 March 1919
pleasing prices for prompt and perfect _Y produced printing . . at . , CHe Heading Printers of (be Hortft, 25 Boitoa Street, Newcastle. "T" 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, etc., To be had from your Grocer. JSRNOTT'S BISCUITS. I METAL POLISH HAS NO EQUAL THE TRUNK FOR TRAVELLING CORRUGATED—No. 20." A high-grade Briiish-made Cocoi, with an exquii-itely delicate flavour. From the Factory in a Garden. J. MffCKIE&Co., Newcastle THE BIG FURNITURE STORE. ' WA.TCH ITS G-RQ'W" ©FFIGE FURNITURE-—MflLDE IN NEWCASTLE, There is no need to depend on Foreign Countries for your Office Requirements. The Firm of J. MACKIE 81 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 Artic...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 March 1919
THE BIG STUNT. UP TO March 29 the question will be "What is 4The Big Stunt'?" ON March 29 it will be: "Have you read 'The Big Stunt'? After March 29 the conversation of the Commonwealth will be largely conducted on these lines : 1. "The 'Big Stunf has got me. Has it got you?" 2. "I've got the Habit!—SUN-RAYSED!! Have You?" 3. " The SUN-RAYSED FRUITS are really 'CONCENTRATED SUNLIGHT ' We eat more and more every day. 4. "Try one of my 'Good Little Normey' Lollies, A/ly wife makes them every Saturday from SUN-RAYSED FRUITS, My children are just crazy over them, and I must confess I am too." The LATEST Moving Pictures " Enlighten Thg Daughter" Give her a SUM-RAYSED Recipe B&lt;®k. "Where are My Children?" fit the Grocers buying "SUH-RfiYSED FRUITS." Get the Habit! SUN=RAYSED !! C. J. DeGARIS, \ " .• r ; J ' -... f ^ Director of Publicity, A.D.F.A., 1 K "■ ■ MILDURA, VICTORIA o£br?Thba'A (KSSS*^ ?5 Bolton Street, Newcastle, and published by Andrew Scott brerrana ui. o&lt...
COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 March 1919
COMING EVENTS. Wed., Apr. 9—iMullumbim-by Races. .Thurs., Apr. I'd—Mullumbimby Races. Thurs., Apr. 10—Merriwa Races. Fri., Apr. 11—Merriwa Races. Fri., Apr. 11—Inverell 'Races. Sat., Apr. 1?/—Inverell Races. Sat., Apr. VI—Newcastle Races. Sat., Apr. —Tingha. Nom. due. Mon., Apr. 14—Wee Waa (Oddfellows). Tues., Apr. 15:—Wee Waa (Oddfellows). Sat., Apr. 19—Wallsend Races. Sat., Apr. 19—Tingha Races. Sat., Apr. 19—Ballina T.C. Races, lion., Apr. 21—Wallsend Races. Mon., Apr. 21—Tingha Races. Mon., Apr. 21—Dundee Races. Mon., Apr. 21—Yarraman Races. Mon., Apr. 21—'Ballina T.O. Races. Thurs., Apr. 24—Ta-mworth. Nom. due. Sat., Apr. 26—Heddon Greta Races. Sat., May 3—Boolaroo Races. Tues., May 6—Tamworth Races. Wed., May 7—Tamworth Races. Wed., May 7—Clarence River Races. Thurs., May 8—Clarence River Races. Fri., May 9—'Upper Manning Races. Safe., May 10—Newcastle Cup Day. Sat., May 10—Dennian. Nom. due. Sat., May 10—Upper Manning Races. Mon., May 12—Grafton L.Y.C. Races. Wed., May 14—New...
50 YEARS ON CLARENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 March 1919
50 YEARS ON CLARENCE, The death took place on Sunday of Mr. John Grainger, of Trenayr, aiT olrl resilient of the Clarenee. Deceased, who attained the age of 75 years, com menced business at Lower Ulmarra about half a century a go, and when that place became incorporated was ap pointed its first council clerk. He took an active part in most public move ments in that . centre, but eventually entered on farming pursuits on a pro perty at Seelands. Here he remained for about'20 years. One of. his daugh ters, Mrs. J. McDonald, resides on River Bank, Great Marlbyv■ ■; Another, Mr.-'. Walsh, formerly school-'teacher at f.eelands, resides on the Upper prara. A brother/Mr. W. Grainger* "is resident on the- Richmond. ^ Rev. A. S. •Homerah^fcvpfij.'CJtfralcl, has notified: his church ^rVe^cis^tlvit he is leaving there'in jthe ^tirse:r6f.ae f months to take' up' branch of Anglican Qhl^'ch&lt;raj^tiyljti^s. He has been in ciiarg^p^^^^Iary Magdalene 's. /Churchy atthe past ten years,'and ...
RUGBY UNION GAME. IMPROVEMENTS SUGGESTED INTERNATIONAL'S IDEAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 March 1919
RUGBY UNION GAME. IMPROVEMENTS SUGGESTED INTERNATIONAL'S IDEAS. Lieut. E. E. Booth, the well known member of the famous All Black team, suggested in a London paper that the Rugby Union game would be greatly im proved were some drastic changes made. Fourteen a Side. My suggestion for the betterment of Rugby football are as follow:— The number of players should 'be re duced to fourteen men—seven forwards and seven -backs. The scrum should be standardised by the adoption of the New Zealand style, 2—3—2 being the best for rapidity of formation, i.e., "packing," wheeling, and screwing, and ability to see the ball in the serum. There would be fewer cases of "foot-up;" "iooso head" troubles would cease, and the centre row front rankers would be u'.i able to "swing across.' ' This last movement, ibj1, the way, was introduced here by the Wallabies in 1908-9. The playing time could 'be divided into four equal quarters of not less than twenty minutes' duration each, quarter and three-quarter t...
A TRUSTED CHAIRMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 March 1919
A TRUSTED CHAIRMAN., At a meeting of the directors-of the C.R.P. Dairy Co., Ulmarra, last. wcelc, Mr. J. Retallick was elected chairir.au cf the board for the 23rd consecutive time. Mr. J. Carlton V^propbVed •';th;!> noriiinatioij, and Mr. G/rM^arlgue secoiidei}, ^fill the other direbto'riS "sfu'p" porting it'. i.Mr. MoFarlane said that while Mi1. •Retallick wasi>a ^director thefe;would ' b;K .no ocpq$on ••.^9 loQ.lt. further for a fehai'rman. "He had filled the:pdsitioii to . eVeicyoq^ |aj;.isf^etj|iiir and had nev'e:r done :
"Wingers" Barred. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 March 1919
'Wingers" Barred. I would like to see the wing forward abolished, and no player on either side advance past an imaginary line parallel with the rear of his own scrum. Thitl would prevent illegal work by the scrum halves and give distance between thij outstanding halves. Unintentional "knock-on," provided the player re covers the ball before it' touches the ground, should be permitted, and would constitute in the case of fair catch a fair mark. Any fair catch immediately claimed as a "mark" by the catcher, even if he should be off the ground, ought to he allowed. Any player -pushing an opponent with one or both hands, except in tile cas» of "finding" in running, ought to b» penalised 'by the 'granting ■ of • a "fffce kick." One man of either side, if . in position, could constitute a scrum, an® the referee should at once place the ball between them. Other Proposals. ' A universal ruling is needed in tho following cases, the Colonial interpre tation being as follows:— '' Any -player t...
RETIREMENT AFTER 53 YEARS' SERVICE. H. A. Fitz-Patrick of Maitland. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 March 1919
RETIREMENT AFTER 53 YEARS'!SERVICE. H. A. Fitz-Patrick of .Maitland. | Mr. H/ A. Fitz-Pajrick, Chief Clerk and Crown Lands Agent at the East Maiitland Land Board Office, will re tire from the ;ser$celbn ^pri.l 8, after: over 53 years' .wo^k the! department , ifr. PitznEatricSl. wa^fii'st';appoipteA 'to-ia, 'permanent position in the Deparl mgii't of Lands • oi}.Cetober3,5^ hag remained iii tiat department. dur iiig the whole term of his long career, according to the Maitland Mercury. Prior to 'being appointed to the pemar ent staff he was employed on the tem porary staff for 12 months, so that ho has 'been over 53 years-in the one de partment. Such a record is truly great and one that 'Mr. FitzjPatrick might well be proud of, for such a long and faithful service stands to the credit of very few, in or out of Government employ. In the early days of his official career the administration of 'the department was controlled entirely from Sydney, with land agencies in the country cen tres...
Tamworth's G.O.M. LATE C. J. BRITTEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 March 1919
? LATE C. J. BRITTEN. Mr. Cliarles Jeffries Britten, who was among the most 'prominent and public' spirited Tamworth residents, died at his residence on Saturday last at the age of (i6. He was seized with a paralytic stroke on the previous Wednesday, and was in a state of unconsciousness most of the time. The deceased liatf occupied the may oral chair for five years in succession. In the council chambers his acts were characterised by vigor and foresight. When he was elevated to the chair he conducted business in suck a way as i;o ensure harmony and the best results. An intense townsman, Mr. Britton was ever zealous of the welfare of the town, and was always foremost in any movement which tended to the advance ment of Tamworth. As a racing enthusiast he was, per haps, best known in the State. A keen lover of racehorses, he did much to im prove the breed. He imported Mousque ton and Warren Hill, besides heavy draughts. He was practically the founder of the Tamworth Jockey Club, an in...
TEAMSTERS MADE LIVING BY CARRYING WOOL. But Railway Came. And Then When They Had Been Wiped Out the Commissioners Raised Rates. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 March 1919
TEAMSTERS MADE LIVING BY CARRYING WOOL. But Railway Came. And Then When They Had Been Wiped Out the Commissioners Raised Rates. In ;i review of the natural trend of tableland business before the open ing of the G.N. railway, a writer .in the 'Glen Innes Examiner says: So far back as IBM the whole o£" the wool grown at 1 live roll, Glen innes, Ar'midale,' and: Tenterfield went east to the Cla rence .and return loading came from Sydney by the same .route. At this period there were two roads from the coast—one from Armidale and !the other •from Tenterfield. That' wSs .the-'Other rill the early.70's, when the direct road from Jnverell via. G.len limes -to South Grafton, established at a "cost of £300;()00, was opened. There was ah enormous traffic between these places, as many as :i00 teams being, constantly in requisition for several years. When "the Great Northern railway reached Glen Innes, and subsequently -Tenter-"' field, the heavy vehicular traffic from the coast was entirely wip...
CAPTAIN CASTS ANCHOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 March 1919
CAPTAIN CASTS ANCHOR. Captain Robert Collins, who for many years turned the steering-wheel of river boats of the Lower Manning River Dairy Company, chiefly of the Yankee Jack, h?,s now east anchor on his farm on Mitchell's Island to flnjoy the sun set leisure of life's long day of cease less energy. Both Captain and Mr1!, Collins seem capable of enjoying th-2 pleasures which exist on this planet for many years. >
SPORT IN THE NORTH. THIS WEEK'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 March 1919
SPORT IN TBE NORTfi. THIS WEEK'S PROGRAMME. Fri., Mar. 28—L. Macleav. Nom. due. Thurs., March 27—Narrabri Races. Sat., March 29—Cessnoek Races. Bat., March 29—Aberdeen Pony Races. Sat., March 29—Macleay Pony Races. Moii., March 31—Merriwa. Nom. due. Tues., Apr. 1—Muswellbrook Race3. Wed., Apn 2—Moree Races. Wed., Apr. 2—Tweed River Races. Wed., Apr. 2—Manilla Races.. Thurs., Apr. 3—'Manilla Races. Thurs., Apr. 3—iMoree Races. Thurs., Apr. 3—Tweed Kiver Races. Sat., Apr. 5—Maitland Races. Sat., Apr. 5—L. Macleav Pony Races. .Sat., Apr. 5—Inverell. Noin. due.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 March 1919
PROCEED: to. and from SYDNEY and ': HEWCSSTILE,: " . aSso CONSIGN YOUR Y. j'eftR&o' NIGHTLY SAILINGS (Sundays Excepted) FLEET. • * T. S. S. "HUNTER" - 1840 tons. S. S. "NAMOI" - 1414 tons. S. S. "NEWCASTLE" 1251 tons. PER THE . . . Also to PORT ri.v Itr Si 6«.'5 SI : SIS. " Allyn Ri?er." r- •' !• ft«wc£si&is. \ ' ■ Foot of Street,:'Syi)N^y'. •' ; c,._ VJZ W ^.-GtJ®iiBERTS0N, ■■-"General• M&ria&'e*-!1
GLEN INNES WANTS SEWERAGE SYSTEM [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 March 1919
GLEN 1NNES WANTS'^ SEWERAGE SYSTEM Word has been received from tno Public Works Department to the effeet that an officerswiil be sent to Glen Juneis as soon as one is available to repor: 011 the probable cost of a uev/erage sys tem for the town. There is an ample supply of water available, the pressure being as;good as can be found in the country. Tire ave rage pressure per square inch is 117 lbs. The water is' pumped ' from th.; Beardy .River' four miles away into two l?,rge reservoirs constructed on a point a mile to the east of the town, 300 fe'o't a'bove the street levelj called'Martin's Lookout. —Our Glen Times Oorrespori dent.
DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 March 1919
DAIRY PRODUCE. " ; .■ :r Butter (boxes and cartage 2/- extra). —First grailej 18G/8; secoiid-grade, HkS/-; third-grade, .1(5:5/1 per cwt. Packed in prints % d extra may he charged. i.aii-se (proclaimed prices).—Loaf, l/'M:; large and medium, 1/3 per lb. 1 jggs.—Ken, new-laid, 2/-; Railway and boulli Coast, 1/7 to l/'J; river, .1/5 to 1/(5; duck, new-laid, 2/- to 2/2; case, 1/(5 per dozen. Honey;—GOlb. tins of choice liquid Western honey, 7d to 7%(1, dark from •A^/id per lb. i-5ees\vax.—1/9 to 2/;5 per lb. Hams.—Cloth, 1/41A; seeds, l/o^ per 11). Bacon.—Sides, 1/1; flitches, I/O1/;; l.iiildles, 1/1'.; shoulders, lid per lb. Lard.—Packets, 10%d.; bulk, 10 Yi * 1 per lb. Poultry.;—Railway and Northern River consignments: Hens, 2/(5 to 3/0; roosters, young and small, .'i/6; large o/- to (5/-; Muscovy ducks, 4/- to Muscovy drake?., 4/0 to 7/-; turkey gobblers. 3 ">/• to 20/- a pair
Wheat Scrip a Good Purchase. GAINING IN POPULARITY. Buyers Should Ultimately Make a Profit of 60 per cent., Brokers Declare. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 March 1919
GAINING IN POPULARITY. Buyers Should Ultimately Make a Profit of 60 per cent., Brokers Declare. The "A" 1(.) 15-J6 wheat scrip is a fraction lower on the month at l1/! ■!. The "B" 10lt>-17 has fallen about %;! to (>'I. The "C" 1!)17-1S has been fairly steady and is now obtainable at about 1/1 less- freight, sa'y about !)d casly.-down, report .Joseph Palmer, an ! Son's." 'We consider it an exceptionally good investment at anything like pre sent price and recommend the purchase without delay. There is talk of an early dividend., and though we cannot offer any opinion as. to the reliability of the rumor we think that some such distribution can be expected within a few months, and that its announcement will be followed ,uy a rise in the market. The scrip is undoubtedly gaining i:i popularity and-has only been prevented from rising by an increased supply. Growers, to a limited extent, have been selling certificates in order to fi nance the expense of ploughing and sowing for next s...
Record of 30¾d for Greasy Wool. 755,000 BALES APPRAISED. Many Clips Not Prepared for Market and Owners Get Less Money. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 March 1919
755,000 BALES APPRAISED. Many Clips Not Prepared for Market and Owners Get Less Money. The sixteenth round of appraisement in Sydney this season was to. bo con- j eluded yesterday. One further round of 25,000 "bales will be ■ held before Easter. The catalogues, although reduced in volume, are still, attractive, and many choice lines have lately been included,' the Sydney Wool Sellers' Association reports. . One of these, a parcel of JC/ Mindin/Lerida, from Goultourn, was appraised to 30%d, which constitutes a fresh record for the season in this cen tre, and is the highest price ev6r ob tained here for greasy wool. •Prior to the war the record stdod at 19%d. During the second year of the war it reached 23d, the next year 29^d, ; .and the" next 3M.;> now'' 30%d.J • Otifcer 'records •• lately., added ,^rq fpr. .brokjenj for' fceiiij^S^^fed. for •scoured dead wool. •; | The turnover to date in the Sydney ..market has, j^egh^d ;633,i,4^ bales, 4vi 'increase of; .8^,307 • Tiale^liagx. ...