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VEGETABLE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 March 1919

VEGETABLE PRICES. Cabbages 1/- to '8/-; lettuce T/- to 2-/- ( to ;">/- per bap;)'; vegetable mar vows 4/- to 7/- per dozen. French beans, 1/6 to 3/6; peas, 10/ to 15/- per bushel. Onions, Brown Spairish 12/- to 16/-; potatoes, Tai-Mnnni?.ii' 16/- to IT/-, Vic,-' t-orian 14/- to 15/-; pumpkins, 12/- to 20/- per cwt. Beetroot., 2/6; carrots, 3/6 to 4/-; celery, 2/3 to 2/(5; herbs, 1/-. to 1/6; parsnips, 3/6 to 4/-; rhubarb, 2/6. 3/6; spinach, 1/3; white turnips,' 2/: to 2/6; radishes, 1/- to 1/6; horseradish, 3/-; eschalots. 1/6 to 2/-; leek's, 1/3 to 2/6; mint, 1/3; parsley, 3/3; water; cress, 3/6 per dozen Punches. Tomatoes, local 4/- to 8/-; cucumbers, 2/- to 4/- per half-bushel case.' .

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

FRUIT MARKET. ! Apples.—literal, .dessert, choice, to i lo/-; medium,- 5/- to 7/-; small, 3./-; cooking, choice. 'If- to 7/6; medium, 4/- to small, '■>/-; Tasmanian: Duke of Clarence, <!/- to 7/6; Worcester, \)f to 11/-; Alexanders ami Collins, Rib stone, <>/- to 7/'-; Alfristons, 6/6 to .7/6 a bushel case. Pears.—Victorian Williams, ?>/- to 6/ a bushel case; Tasmanian, dessert, :}/ to ")/-; cooking, it/("> to 4/- a half-bushel case. Bananas.—Tweed River, 18/- to 22/-; Queensland, 9/- to 18/- 'per case. Grapes.—Black Muscat, 8/- to 12/ ; Black Hamburg, 4/- to '.)/-; white, ;">/ to 7/- per halt'-bushel case. Plums.—Light and; dark,' choice, 6/ to 7/6; medium, 4/- to 5/-; small, i>/6 v. half-case. , Pineapples.—S/- to 10/- a case. . Passionfruit.—Choice, 12/- to .15/-; medium, If- to 9/-; small, 2/6 to 15/6 a halfibushel case. Peaches.—Local: Choice, 5/- to 6/-; medium, 4/-; small, 4/6 a, half-bushel case. Strawberries.—Local, 1/6 to, 2/6 a punn...

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

FORAGE AND GRAIN. Lr.i'-evne Hay.—Hunter River, ex wharf, prime, green, small bales £3; large bodes £9 to £10/10/-, inferior i £4 to £0 per ton. Millet—Northern River: Prime long | lnirl, £S0 lo £S5; medium from £75 per ! ton. j Onions.—Victorian: Brown Spanish,, j iiKi rt) £i:i/10/-. New Zealand: Globe-., i £12 to £12/10/- per ton. ; Potatoes.—Victorian: Pinkeye's ' and | (.'armeus £12/30/- to £14, Manistees £14 I to £15/10/'- per ton. J Peas.—Tnsinanian: Grey 8/(5 to !)/-, j blue U/(! to 10/- per bushel. I Maize.—'Prime' dry, 8/3 per bushel. I Oats.—Algerian, feed; 5/- to '5/2 | Ta.-mania n: White, nominally 5/fl per j bushel. . | Barley.—rape, feed 5/- per -bushel. |

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 March 1919

PRODUCE. When you require to Purchase or Sell Produce, write for quotations to P. S. COLMAN, PRODUCE SPECIALIST, NEWCASTLE. Seller of Choicest Qualify only. CARBIDE It will take you 30 seconds to read this advertisement — it may save you £30. If your time is worth more than £1 a second, quit reading. You have an Acetylene Gas Plant and are paying about £90 a ton for Carbide. We will show you how you are paying 400% more for your light than is necessary. By connecting an invention known as the " Melvin" Air Gas Machine to your present service pipe you may convert your Acetylene Plant into an Air Gas Plant—no drastic alterations - you can almost do the job yourself. Air costs you nothing—why not use it ? With this invention you burn 96 air and the other 4 °fo Benzine or similar spirit. This is how you go about saving 80% on your Gas Bill. You purchase at a moderate cost the (COVERED BY PROVISIONAL PATENT) This machine consists of a specially constructed pump and a carburetting machine...

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

f THE PROGRESSIVE FARMER AGRICULTURAL SHOWS IN NORTH and NORTH-WEST. Maitland, Mch. 26-29. Ooonamble, April 1, 2. Dungog, April 2-4. Quirindi, April 2-4. Muswellbroolc, April 9, 10. Sydney Royal, April 14-2G Gloucester, April 30, May ] Moree, May, 21-23. Newcastle, May 14-17.

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. WHAT ADVERTISING IS. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 March 1919

COMMERCE 6 BUSINESS THIS WILL INTEREST YOU. WHAT ADVERTISING, IS. "Advertising means telling the people your business story—and then telling it io them again and again," writes Jerome P. Fleishman. "You never heard of the Sli'p-Easy !collar, let us say. You've been having 'a 'deuce of a time every day trying to get your tie to slip into its proper •position after you had tied, the, knot. You've wasted a mile of swear-Words, fbut still that blamed old tie will stick, •tug as hard as you can. "Well, some fine morning you pick ftp your newspaper and you see an at tractive announcement of a new collar that does away with tie-tugging bee cause it provides.,plenty of space for the neckwear. 'That's a good idea,' •you say to yourself. That evening you see that advertisement again. Then maybe you see it a third .time. Or j>ossiblv it's a different ad. telling .about the same collar. By this time it has made such an impression that you determine to try one. of those col lars. just to see ...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Explosive Will Reduce Labor. CLEARING MADE EASY. Gelignite is Probably the Farmer's Best Friend When Burning Off Timber. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 March 1919

CLEARING MADE EASY. Gelignite is Probably the Farmer's Best Friend When Burning Off Timber. Tlie 'problems of land clearing differ so widely that no single method can be recommended by itself, and the task of i clearing an area can only be thoroughly and cheaply accomplished by intelli gently com'bining all the methods and agencies available. With sufficient capital, plants of a'fl styles and systems are procurable, and the "forest devil," 10-ton jack, trac tion engine, bullock team, etc., can all be used as necessity demands, but to ,be successful they must all be associated with the axe, mattock, and firestick, plus the hard labor of the man. The last item can be reduced to a minimum by making explosives effect the largest possible amount of execu-. tion. One lias only to watch a man hand gmboiijg a forest giant in the heat of a summer day, and to follow him home i:i the' evening, to really appreciate the magnitude o fhis task, according to the Agricultural and Pastoral Notes. It ...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Of Interest to Women. Children's Fashions. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 March 1919

By Mother o' Pearl Children's Fashions. It is a mistake to thiiik that chil dren's garments do not reveal the note of fashion. They do, just as much as mother's. There is the same elasticity about the choice of materials, styles, and prices, and at no time was the child better catered for than now. One of the fancies of the moment is the two-tone effect similar to the adult. A combination of navy blue serge and white broadcloth is popular. A dress for a girl from six to twelve years was made of navy serge svith narro.w inlet panels of t'lie white cloth inserted on each side of the front and each side of the back. A wide rolled collar, cuffs and narrow belt were also of the white cloth. A dainty little U shaped opening in the front of the neck was filled in with a chemisette of white crepe de chine, hand-embossed. Another such dress, for an older girl, had an under corsage and full length front panel of the white cloth. A skirt of blue serge was pleated on the sides and .plain in the...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY BENEFITS BY RAILWAY CONCESSIONS. Cheap Rate from North for Pigs and Calves Sent Past Newcastle. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 March 1919

SYDNEY BENEFITS BY ~ RAILWAY CONCESSIONS. Cheap Rate from North for Pigs and Calves Sent Past Newcastle. On each Friday consignments of one' 'or more pigs and calves are accepted at all railway stations between Kempsey and Dnngog, for Flemington Abattoirs; nnly, at the following special rates:— For distances 110 to .150 miles, calves. 4/-, pigs 3/6 each; 151 'to £00 milesr calves '4/6, pigs 4/-; 201 to 250 miles, (ialves 5/-, pigs 4/6; 251 to 300 milesr calves 5/6, pigs 5/-; 3Q1 to 350 mile3,. calves 6/-, pigs 5/6. According to the time-table trains will leave as follows." Telegraiph Point 12 noon, Wauclxopo' 1.25 p.m., Heron's Creek 1.55 p.m., Ken dall 2.15 p.m. Why "Flemington Abattoirs only?"*: Why not Newcastle Abattoirs?

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 March 1919

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 fnting are consequently the most eomfortr-giving corsets of the day. Rustless.—Of British Make, by the World's Best Makers.

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

RECIPES. Vegetable Soup., Pour tablespoonfuls beef drippings, one-third cupful carrot, one-third cupful celery, one-third cupful turnip, ^ onion, iy2 cupfuls potatoes, 1 tablespoonful butter, 'tablespoonful chopped parsley, sat and pepper, 1 quart water. Prepare vegetables and cut in small cubes. Cook carrots, celery and onion in dripping until a delicate brown; add potatoes and turnips; cook two minutes longer and then add water. Cover and simmer one .hour. Add water as needed to keep amount of liquid ■ one quart. Add butter, parsley, and seasoning. Gipsy Pudding, Made of Rabbit. One rabbit, 2 ounces grated cheese 1 small onion, 1 teacu-pful milk, pepper and salt, 1 teacup ful breadcrum'bs, stale ■Clean the rabbit, cutt it up in joint^ boil until tender, remove all the bones, and cut the meat into small pieces. Mix with it the grated cheese, minced onion, seasoning and liquid. Turn it into a greased pie-dish, put the bread-crumbs on top and a few pieces of butter. Cover, the whole ...

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 March 1919

HRNOTT'S, BISCUITS.1 t FORD'S Footballs Rugby, Australian, and Aaaocl&tton. 0 \ makes delicious » SANDWICHES and two table spoon fulls of "Pan Yan" added to A SALAD gives that touch of dis tinction which makes all the difference. IT SHARPENS THE APPETITE AND AIDS DIGESTION. On s&le everywhere, in two aizca, AT POPULAR PRICES!

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

By Sister Susie. Our Competition. A few more days only remain in which there is time for you to send in your letters. Any one can write a let ter, but not every one has the chance of winning five shillings for doing so. The editor will give prizes of five shil lings each to the girl and the 'boy who send in the letter which I think the best. . You must say how old you aro, and 1 want you to write a'bout the game you like to play best of all. Rounders, hide and seek, cricket, marbles or football, or any of the games either boys and girls play. The letters must reach me not later than the end of this month. Please write only on one side of the paper. YoiJ have not got much time, so set about writing a letter right away. Put your name and address on it, and post it to "Sister Susie," 'Box 257, Newcastle Post Office. I More About Animals. Do you know these truths about the animal kingdom? It would seem that animals have learned the mottoes of cur copy-books. They act every day a-3 if th...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ABOUT NORTHERN PEOPLE. A MACLEAY RIVER PIONEER. Mr. Michael Riordan [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 28 March 1919

NORTHERN PEOPLE, A MACLEAY RIVER PIONEER. Mr. Michael Riordan Amongst the pioneers of the Maelea; | River district Mr. Michael Riordan de serves a prominent place. | Mr. Riordan is a native of Cork, and j left that charming city in the days of his early youth, arriving at Sydney by the ship " Burlington'' in February, ISfio. A.! stay of ten days at Port .Jackson pro vided sufficient of city life for the "new chum,'' and he decided to strike out for i himself in the Northern Rivers-districts. For fifty-four years he has been a resident of the locality now embrace 1 in Kempsey and Fredrickton. Mr. Rior dan remembers the administration of Sir John Young, the Earl of Belniore, and all the succeeding Governors, and recounts with glee the prestige held by Sir Hercules Robinson as the "Sporting Viceroy " Kempsey is named after an English village from which the family of Rud der came, but Mr. Riordan recalls the days when the bluegums stood in the main streets, and the aboriginals con ducte...

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 — 4 April 1919

Buyers of cornsacks, chaff bags (New and Second Hand) Also wheatmeal, hay, chaff, grain, Etc, (Wholesale Only), send yo% Orders to GEORGE CAMPBELL, 'Phone, City 10673. Reference, Royal Bank of Australia, Limited.

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TAMW0RTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 4 April 1919

THMW0RTH. The Peel River may be crossed dry shod in scores of places. Even the "oldest inhabitant" shakes his head ominously and says he has never known the stream so low. In 1018 and the close of 1917 the Peel broke its banks about four times altogether—a broad muddy torrent, which on a couple of occasions threatened to flood the town. Irrigation, as well as drought, is respon sible for the thinness of the stream. Meanwhile the outlook for a break in the weather does not look good. Oc casionally clouds gather, giving every promise of a downpour, only to dissi pate. It is feared that the winter will be disastrous. Town Development. For a considerable time that portion of the town called West Tamworth, which is divided from the main part by the Peel River, has been almost dor mant. It has possessed an entity separate from its busy neighbor on the other side. Lately^ however, there are signs of a new life. 'But, a few months ago, a much more adequate infants' de partment was attached ...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INVERELL. Old Resident Passes. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 4 April 1919

INVERELL. Old Resident Passes. Mr. William Henry Taylor, aged SI years, died at Inverell last week, after a residence in the district of over 40 years. Deceased, whose wife prede ceased him. 'by several years, was in earlier life manager of Myall Creek estate, when a large tract of country was held in that locality by Messrs. Dangar and Co., of the Armidale dis trict. Teachers' Transferred. Mr. Harold Denshire, teacher of the Oakwood Public school, was publicly, farewelled last week prior to his do1 parture for Kelly's Plains, near Armi dale, where he succeeds Mr. Holtsbaum. The teacher and his wife were made the recipients of a beautiful tea and coffee service, inscribed. It is a coincidence that 13 years ago Mr. Denshire suc ceeded Mr. Holtsbaum at Oakwood school. Mr. Holtsbaum is retiring from the service. Golden Wedding. There was a very large roll-up at "Baroona," Oakwood, last week, the occasion being the golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hatcher, who were married 50 years ...

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 — 4 April 1919

alsam 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 m_edicine on sale. " Cough Balsam 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, " Whv don't you give him MRS. HARLE'S BABY'S FRIEND? " I did so. He has been a j different child in every way since. He is now seven months i old, and weighs two stone. I can strongly recommend " Baby's Friend " to all mothers who have cross babies. I beg to remain, Yours faithfully, MRS. W. GRAYSON, Charlestown, via Newcastle. f...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GLEN INNES. Soldiers Welcomed. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 4 April 1919

GLEN INNES. Soldiers Welcomed. Privates Henderson and Marsden, who enlisted from Gleneoe in the early stages of the war, were publicly wel comed home last Friday evening, and made the recipients of handsome in scribed medals. Lt.-Colonel Abbott, who has known the lads from child hood, handed over the gifts. The boys belonged to the 33rd Battalion, which, the Colonel said, was ranked as one of the best fighting forces in action. He had some pleasant recollections of deeds performed by the men in this battalion, and also a sad recollection. His - own step-son (Lieutenant Ross) was a member of it at the time he made the supreme sacrifice early last year. Mine Manager's Work. Mr. Harley Wright, who came from Western Australia about a year ago to manage the Molybdenite Mining Com pany at Kingsgate, near Glen Innes, has resigned, and will probably settle on the land in this district. When Mr. Wright took over the management foi the company, which ha-d purchased the leases from Mr. Yates (...

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 — 4 April 1919

u THE Sun-Raysed" 69 STUNT, a 23: -ir A, A'r.r.^ ftuv*«c ii 11 £2500 CASH A.D.F.A. Australian Dried Fruits Association NO. CATCH! ^2500 iu Cash Prizes. Sun-rays ed (jjrrar\1i; S'umSysecT • '^dfer\as , ' Scm-raysed exias (ONCENTRATED • ^3 UN ■ I JOHT Raisins raised by the q Rays OF THE Southern Sun. A.D.F.A. Australian Dried Fruits Association^ m «9» NO CATCH! ^2500 in Cash Prizes. To firmly establish the Dried Fruit Industry, 011 which Repatriation under irrigation so greatly depends, thus opening up a Big Opportunity for placing Returned Soldiers 011 Fruit-Growing Lands Jin a congenial out-door occupation under conditions of prosperity. To get SUN-RAYSED Fruits into every Australian Home— FIRST—You Buy—then you Count—then you Enter—then you Eat. Then (if you care to) You Buy More ! You Count once more ! Then you send a second entry Then you get the " SUN-RAYSED" habit—and Buy—and Count— and Enter—and Eat—as often as you like. With the opportunity of winning some of the .£2500 Cash ...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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