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DUNEDOO. Transferred and Promoted. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 4 April 1919

OUNEOOO. Transferred and Promoted. | Miss E. Howard, assistant teacher at the Mendooran Public School, has been promoted to the position of head teacher at the Public School at Parks burg, near Partes. D.C.M. Winner. Mr. .T. A. Cameron," a Dunedoo resi dent, has been informed that' his son. Staff-Sergeant J. Cameron, who en listed in the early days of the war, has jbeen awarded the D.'C.M. for gallantry. 1 in the field. Returned from the Front. Trooper Rex McNeill -who enlisted four years ago, returned home from the front during the week. He was one of the first soldiers to enlist from this dis trict. Private R. Croaker and Trooper Oswald MeCabe also returned home to Dunedoo during the week.

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

MUD6EE. Killed in Action. Mr. II. W. Lowe, of "fiosehill,' Crudine, has received word that his. son. Shoe-smith W. J. IT. Lowe, of the 2nd Machine Gun Section, has been killed in action. Collections at Show for Hospital. At the Mudgee Show held last week, Mrs. Trebelcock collected £8/18/4 and Nurses Howlett and Brown £5/12/6 in aid of the Mudgee Hospital. Influenza Victim. Miss Olive Smith was conveyed to the District Hospital on Thursday, and died in the institution on Friday. It is understood that she was a victim of pneumonic-influenza. iShe was a daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Smith, of Lead ville. Methodist Ministers. The Methodist minister at Mudgee, the Rev. W. W. Danks, is to be trans? ferred to Iviama (Ulawarra district). Mr. Danks will be succeeded by the Rev. T. Jenkin. The Rev. :S. G. Drum mond, of Rylstone, has been transferred to Canowindra. Successful Scholar. ! Master Ii. J. Foley, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Foley and a student of the Mudgee High School, has been awarded an e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 4 April 1919

HRNOTT'S BISCUITS.

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GULGONG. Home from the Front. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 4 April 1919

6ULGONG. Home from the Front. Private Tom OBlanch, who enlisted from Gulgong about three years ago, arrived home from the front during tho early part of the week. While in Prance, Private Blanch was gassed and contracted trench fever. Annual Sports at Tallawang. A large crowd attended the annual sports, held in aid of the Tallawang Catholic Church funds on Saturday. The financial result was a marked suc cess, £80 being raised as a result of the effort. Left the District. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Tonkyn mid fam ily, of "Glcnara," Mebul, luive taken up thoir residence in Sydney. They were very well-known and highly re spected in this district, having resided here for many years. Repatriation Challenge. Mr. A. Croft, on behalf of the Be patriation Sub-committee at Tallawang, has issued a challenge to all other sub committees in the district, including Gulgong, to beat Tallawang's effort in aid of Repatriation Day. It is antici pated that several centres will accept Tallawang's challenge, and...

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Industrial Progress of the North. STANNITE ORES. Another Great Mineral Asset. £62000 WORTH IN 1912. Capital Wanted for Further Exploitation. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 4 April 1919

~ — — ^ i ! industrial Progress of me HoriH. <55, STANN1TE ORES. Another Great Mineral Asset. £62000 WORTH IN 1912. Capital Wanted for Further Exploitation. (By A. G. Stoneman.) The Inverell district is famed for the variety and quality of the minerals it produces. Although the working of the vast deposits of different ores contain ing these have not yet, in any instance, been tested, sufficient has been accom plished to demonstrate the fact that there is enormous wealth lying dormant in practically every direction one cares to go from the town. Mention was recently made in the Voice of the North of the wonderful possibilities ahead of the coal industry wlien a light and short line of railway is constructed trom Jnverell to Ashford. Reference was also made to the manner in which the district responds to culti vation of vines and the excellent quali ties of the wines produced at the miinv vineyards in the district. Pioneer's Work. But in the Howell district—a mining ' cent...

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MOREE. Sailor Welcomed Home. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 4 April 1919

MOREE. Sailor Welcomed Home. After four and a half years' active service, Stoker A. J. Kneller, of HJM. AJ3. Australia, has returned to the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kneller, of "Burrington," Gurley. He was accorded a hearty welcome. Influenza Suspect. Mrs. Stevenson, of Frome-street, Moree, was removed to the isolation ward at the District Hospital on Satur day, suffering, it was suspected, from pneumonic influenza. She had just ar rived from West Maitland a few hours previously. Women's Club Formed. At a largely attended meeting of Indies at Moree, presided over by the Mayoress (Mrs. C. G. Hobbes), it was unanimously decided to form a Wo xaezji's Club. The object of the club is to Assist in all matters that would make for the advancement of the town and district, and to bring the people to gether for their mutual benefit. Whea addressing the meeting, the Mayoress stated that the members might begin by holding social evenings in a small way, arid afterwards organise concert...

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SILICA DEPOSITS AT BILAMBIL. Broken Hill Proprietary Company Said to Have Intentions of Using Them. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 4 April 1919

SILICA DEPOSITS AT BILAMBIL. Broken Hill Proprietary Company Said to Have Intentions of Using Them. According to the Tweed Daily, the Broken Hill Co. will shortly make use of the deposits of silica, at Bilambil in connection with its steel works at New castle. Silica is a species of quartz, a large quantity of which is to he devoted to making bricks for use in the company's blast furnaces. Ordinary bricks are valueless for this .purpose on account of not being impervious to the gases given off by the steel in the course of its manufacture. Previous to the discovery of silicate on the Tweed, the Broken Hill Co. had to obtain the necessary bricks from Bel gium, the cost being £80 a thousand, and it is understood that Belgium obtained the material for making them from some of the Asiatic countries. The value of the Bilambil deposits can be estimated in the light of these facts. The same company is also investigat ing the reported deposits of manganese , in the Tweed district, a represe...

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TIDINGS OF THE NORTH. DISTRICT NEWS. MHNILLH. Death of Mrs. J. B. Fitzgerald. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 4 April 1919

II PC II II IE—-- II-- -^31 TIDINGS OF TfiE NORTH FROM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS. DISTRICT NEWS. MHNILLH. Death of Mrs. J. B. Fitzgerald. The death has occurred of Mrs. J. B. Fitzgerald, of Keepit. Deceased, who was 36 years of age, was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Byrns, of "Moss Vale," Upper Manilla, and had been an inmate of Lewisham and Glen Innes hospitals for five months. Welcomed Home. Pte. Colin Sneesby was given a warm welcome home bv his New Mexico school friends, and was 'presented with a pair of gold sleeve links and studs. At a big function at Manilla, Ptes. Mid dleton, Bailey and Gilrov wore welcomed home.

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WORK TO BE RECOMMENCED AT DEEP LEVEL MINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 4 April 1919

WORK TO BE RECOMMENCED AT DEEP LEVEL MINE. (From our Mudgee Correspondent.) Operations are being commenced at ; the Deep Levels Mine. A represents- i tive of the Southern Cross Welding i Company, of Sydney, has been busily I engaged in welding and repairing the boiler and ot'her machinery on the mine. The machinery having been renovated, the mine is now about to recommence mining operations.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 4 April 1919

PLEASING PRICES for PROMPT and PERFECTLY PRODOCED PRINTING . . at . . D»i [kilgtOB,Iill CDc Leading Printers of tfte norm, 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. HRNOTT'S BISCUITS. il.»■«. METAL POLISH HAS NO EQUAL THE TRUNK FOR TRAVELLING " CORRUGATED—No. 20." Cccgcl A hiph-grade British-made Cocoa, with an exquisitely delicate flavour. "From the Factory in a Garden. J. MffCKIE&Co., Newcastle THE BIG FURNITURE STORE. ©FFieE FURNITURE—MADE 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 Article C...

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OLD HILL END DIGGER FINDS ALLUVIAL GOLD. Many Claims Pegged Out Near Where Gold Was Discovered. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 4 April 1919

OLD HILL END DIGGER FINDS ALLUVIAL GOLD. Many Claims Pegged Out Near Where Gold Was Discovered. An old alluvial digger at Hill End found some very nice pieces of gold in a creek about three miles from the town one day during the past week, writes our Oulgong correspondent. Floods, caused by the heavy rains a few weeks ago, were the means of washing parts of the rocks bare, with the result that the very nice haul of coarse allu vial gold was found by this digger. Several other diggers have pegged out claims in the creek above and below where the gold was found. No other important finds in this vicinity have S3 far been reported.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 4 April 1919

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 4 April 1919

A " DINKUM " AUSTRALIAN, with Photograph of "Jimmic Pannikin" FEED WHEAT FOR STOCK— Department's Economic Proposal. STANM1TE ORES— Invcrell's Valuable Asset. DECENTRALISATION HYPOCRISY BluSfing the Northern People. THE USE OF RIBBONS— Mother o' Pearl's Opinions. KEMPSEY'S FIRST CITIZEN, with Photo, of Aid. O'Neill. 19F4. Corsets arfe sent Carriage Free to any part of Aus tralia . Good Value Corsets at Scott's Low Cash Prices. 19F1 — WARNER'S RUSTPROOF CORSETS, suitable for average figures ; low bust, long over hips and back, front and side suspenders; in white only ; sizes 19 to 36 inches only. Price, 19/11. 19F2— "IZOD" CORSET MODEE, with medium low bust, long over hips and back, front and side guspenders ; in White only ; sizes 22 to 36. Price, 13/11. 19F3— " IZOD" CORSETS, Reducing Model, suitable for full size figures, with abdominal strappings ; well boned ; in White only ; sizes 23 to 36 inches. Price, 27/11 19F4—The "NAUTILUS" NURSING CORSETS, with medium high bust, lacings a...

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Decentralisation Hypocrisy. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 4 April 1919

Decentralisation Hypocrisy. The citizens of Newcastle, uiul also a large juajority of those of the other cities and towns of the north and north west of the State, must have experi enced feelings of profound disappoint ment, surprise and indignation when they read the press reports of the reply made by Mr. li. T. Ball, Minister for Works, to the deputation which waited upon him in Newcastle on the SStii ult. to present to him the lesolutions passed by the Decentralisation Confer ence that was held in this citj' in July last. Eight from the first the treat ment accorded by the Government to this important gathering, which was attended by representatives of all the great commercial, manufacturing, min ing, pastoral and agricultural interests of the divisions of the State indicated, and to the results of its calm and thoughtful deliberations, has been marked 'by a degree of indifference amounting to absolute contempt. Al though steps were taken immediately after the close of the confer...

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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. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 4 April 1919

Che Uoice of tbe north Voiccs the Rightful Claims of the Northern and North-Western Districts of N.S.W. j PUBLISHED WEEKLY. ! At 37 Bolton Street, Newcahtle' i PRICE - Posted Id. PER COPY. Quarter Six Months Year All communicatiions, both literary and business, should be addressed to Box 257, Newcastle. ' NEWCASTLE, APRIL 4, 1919.

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NEW COMPANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 4 April 1919

NEW COMPANIES. The following companies have been registered in Sydney:— Delungra Farmers' Co-operative So ciety, Limited.—Capital £5000, in £.! ; shares. Objects: To procure for sale or i hire and distribution goods and materi- j als for farm, station, household, or 'per sonal use; to purchase farm, station, or other produce, and to carry on the busi ness of stock and station agents, com mission agents, etc. Subscribers: W A. Lutherborrow ((10 shares), Ralph F. Mitchell (30), Albert F. Rogers 00), Robt. S. Abbott (10), W. Tonkin (.10). Mark S. Baldwin (5), and F, H. Squii-es (5). Registered office, Delungra. Graziers' Co-operative Shearing Com pany, Limited.—Capital £100,000, in £l shares. Objects: To carry cn the busi ness of sheep-shearing in all its branches. Subscribers: W. F. Jaques, X. W. Ivater Malcolm Robertson, A. F. Manchee, O. "li. Friend, Michael Bolger. and Frank T. Payne. First directors: Ow«n E. Friend, Wm. F. Jaques, and Norman W. TCater. Registered office, Svdnev

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 4 April 1919

V_A/ ~ Place your FIRE, MARINE M.WIIIHMII III lllUMUMlMUlilifUlyiLWIIMBWM—■I ACCIDENT And other Glasses of Insurance WITH THE UNITED IHMCS BO., LIMITED. R Representative MastraHian Institution. Established 1862. Head Office : George& Hunter Sts. Sydney. DIRECTORS: GEORGE J. COHEN (David Cohen & Co. Ltd.), Chairman 0. E. FRIEND. TH08. BUCKLAND. 'F. B. S. FALK1NER, MH.R. 3. E. FAIRFAX. N. F. CHRISTIE BARTIN HAIGH, General Manager. Newcastle Distriet Braitcl: United Chambers Bolton Street, Newcastle. HARRY T. SHAW, Manager

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 4 April 1919

If you desire Comfort and Satisfaction Stay at TOM AHEARN'S Railway Hotel 393 Hunter-St. W. Newcastle Good Accommodation. Tariff, 6/- per day. PROCEED to and from SYDNEY and NEWCASTLE, also CONSIGN YOUR CARGO NIGHTLY.SAILINGS (Sundays Excepted) FLEET. T. S. S. "HUNTER" - 1840 tons. S. S. "namoi" - 1414 tons. S. S. "NEWCASTLE" 1251 tons. PER THE ... lewcastie k Httt Bluer si ti.'s steam. Also to PORT STEPHENS : S.S. "Allyn River." Bi-Weehlg WHARVES :— King's Wharf, Newcastle. Foot of King Street, Sydney. W. N. CUTHBERTSON, ' ' General Manager.

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NOBLE-SPIRITED CLARENCE FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 4 April 1919

NOBLE-SPIRITED CLARENCE FAMILY. The death of Mr. Charles Page at South Grafton a few days ago reminds one of the prominent part taken by the Page family in the development and progress of the North Coast. Deceased was in his 68th year, having been bora in London in 1851, and coming to Aus tralia with his father, the late Mr. -fames Page, in 1855. At that time Mr. James iPage was iu charge of the Great Queen Street Wes leyan Church in London. Upon his ar rival in Grafton he was largely instru mental in the incorporation of the town, in the establishment of a School of Arts, the Grafton Hospital, and the C.P. and A. Society. He was the first teacher of the Grafton public school, and under him Mr. Charles Page re ceived his education. Mr. James Page was the first council clerk of the Bodough of Grafton and, perhaps, it was this fact that caused the Page family in after years to take so important a 'part in civic matters. Tn this connection few can show a re cord on the coast as this fa...

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Newcastle's 400. "The Hill," New-castle, Thursday morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 4 April 1919

Newcastle's "The Hill," New-castle, Thursday morning. Dearest Brenda,— After all, I have been helping them sell luclty envelopes for the Repatria tion Carnival, and have been so busy that I really haven't much news for you. The weather has spoilt the Carni val takings considerably, but in the few days left they hope to get in the shekels. The funniest stunt of the carnival is "'Mic's Bar,'' and they have been tak ing down Newcastle's shrewdies pro perly with colored water. They had touts out passing it round that if onu went quietly to a stall in an out-of-the way corner and said he was on the com mittee he could get a drink for sixpence. The bluff was well worked, and before the "sly-grog" could be obtained there i was always hesitation shown on the part of the bar tenders. One of our suburban mayors resented his right being questioned, and he fell in pro perly. Perhaps the greatest joke of all was that the tent was burglariously entered one night and the supply of '' liquor'' stol...

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