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

HRMOTT'S BISCUITS. The Mystery Message. ————MHUMWM——B^M—8 GET THIS ! TALK IT! SING IT! DREAM IT! SUN- RAYSED YOU MUST THEN YOUR FRUITS ARE VER Y SW?EET BUY AND ORDER FOUR POUNDS COUNT AND EAT ; YOU REPEAT EVER Y (IE CO EACH ONE BUYS RRECTLY / THEY SUR MIS E WILLS E CURE A BIG CASH PRIZE £2500 - in Cash CASH Cash - £2500 FIRST PRIZE, £1000 CASH. 2nd Prize, £250. 3rd Prize, £100. 4th Prize, £50. 1600 Cash Prizes of £1 and 10s. Equal Opporunities for EVERY Man, Woman and Child who can COUNT. See "The Big Stunt/' Page 16. G. J. DeGARIS, Director of Publicity, A.D.F.A., Mildura, Vic. Get the Habit: " SUN-RAYSED."

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JOHN BRIDGE & CO. REPORT Pastoral Outlook. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 4 April 1919

JOHN BRIDGE & CO. REPORT Pastoral Outlook. In the absence of any ram the posi tion is rapidly becoming seriously grave. London Wool Sales. It is now understood that these are to open on Monday, April 7, under the conditions referred to in our last report, viz.: The Government to fix the reserve price at, or above, which the wool may be sold. The April sales are likely to be fol lowed .by a further series of sales in May, when it is anticipated that over 100,000 bales of "Government wool from Australia and New Zealand will bo catalogued, under exactly the same con ditions. The Home trade is showing increasing satisfaction at the prospect of getting back to business on the old lines. There is a great deal of uncertainty 011 the subject of values, and it is this feeling •of uncertainty alone that will hamper the resumption of business in the initial stages. All manufacturers want to see a move toward lower values, but no seri ous setback in prices is anticipated. Wool Given to ...

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 — 4 April 1919

! COMMERCE 6 BUSINESS THIS WILL INTEREST YOU. The object of all advertising plans is to make known the merits and value of the goods at a cost which can pro fitably be paid out of the resulting gross profit. But how many business men are there who do not take, the trouble to find out the probable return from their money spent in various ways? Yearly, millions of pounds are wasted by using unsuitable media. All advertising lias a certain value— some good, some 'bad. It pays to spend an hour or two in finding out which are good. And no advertising canvasser •would, or could, object to an inquiry of this kind. In fact, the man who has a payable proposition would eagerly help an ad vertiser in this direction. Two or three good newspapers, with well written copy, backed up -by the goods as represented in the advertise ment, will be sufficient for. a business man in a small way who desires to make headway 011 businesslike lines. He :s bound to succeed. The Voice of the North can always su...

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

CONSIGN Your EGGS and POULTRY To Honeysuckle Point, ADVISING H. Laverty & Co., AUCTIONEERS, Who will Sell to your advantage. The Coastal Farmers Co-op. Society, Ltd. NEWCASTLE WEST. Farm, Dairy, Fruit, Vegetable and General Produce Merchants. ALSO Sole Agents for "SWEET NELL '' Jams, Preserved Fruits and Candied Peel. Phone 525. PRODUCE. When you require to Purchase or Sell Produce, write for quotofcions to P. S COLMAN, PRODUCE SPECIALIST, NEWCASTLE. ceHer of Choicest Qualify only. CARBID 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 ...

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

ONION GROWING IS ALWAYS PROFITABLE. The impression that onion-growing is so laborious and tedious and not alto gether too 'profitable is entertained by a nood many farmers, but Mr. A. J. 0'.ttrien, a member of tlio Miller's Forest branch of the Agricultural Bureau, in ;i recent paper ur^ed upon his fellow members that onions are really a very 'profitable crop, provided the season is u fair one tuul the price i.',t all reasonable, while •'with a low price there is always the certainty of a proli fic yield. The popular calculations aro all erroneous, he said, for no crop pays better under fair conditions. Onion seed should be planted early in April or at the end of March. The ground should be laid up for several months, and worked often, and allowed to sweeten. The soil should be well I worked up, and the lands uot be too j wide, as it. is better for drainage pur- I poses. I The plants should 'be ready for trans- i planting at the end of Juno or tno middle of July. "When the time arri...

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

© Children's Comer. * ^ By Sister Susie. Competition Result. The hoys have been very lazy this time, and the prize goes to Pearl Lip man, of Kogarah, who arranged her letter very nicely and whose hand writing is particularly neat and clear. I am publishing the winning letter and those of two other little girls which came next,. "Devonshire," Park hit., Kogarah, | March 2fi. i Dear Sister Susie,— Mv favorite game is hockey, anil if you will permit me, I will now proceed to tell yon something about the game and my experiences of it. First of all, let me give you my rea sons for my likeness of this game, viz.: It is very exercising, both mentally and physically, for it is a game that re quires plenty ot' both initiative and running, which makes it very exciting. Now, to tell you about the game. The field is similar to that of football, except that it has striking circles round the goals. The names and positions are also alike to those of football. The game is, of course, for the team t...

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

The Correct •» Corsetry /■';>.;:fa - vV-. V''i The necessity of good corsets cannot be top strongly recommended to those who do not realise this fact THE V. ■: being of modish design, exquisite workmanship and faultless fitting are consequently the most comfort-giving corsets of the day. Rustless.—Of British jfUfce, by the World's Best Makers. ASK FOR THEM

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

Cryon's New Stationmaster. Mr. .Tohn "Donoghue, stationmaster at Woolbrook, has been notified of removal to Crvon, on the north-western line. A number of friends assembled to bid him farewell, and to make a presenta tion. The speakers referred in terms of appreciation to the guest's never failing courtesy and civility, and sin cere regret was expressed by those pre sent at his departure.

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

Interesting Find at Ccraki. A find of considerable interest was made by Mr. George Edwards on th.„ hill at Gundurimba, near Mr. Graves' property, a few days ago. He was brushing some undergrowth on the re serve, where In the early days a blacks' camp used to be in evidence, when he came across the name plate and chairi that Australian royalty were wont t-j wear with considerable pride. Both were in a perfect state of preservation, despite the fact that they had been swept by fire, having apparently been hidden in a hollow stump, over which flames had swe*pt on more than one .oc casion. The inscription on the plate is "Margaret, Queen of Gundurimba." Margaret, it appears, was the consoTt of King Tommy, and was a familiar figure to the pioneers of the Richmond way back towards the middle of last century.

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Expert Favors Coffs Harbor. IMPROVEMENTS COST £192,000. When Wor. Completed Port Will Be Best in State North of Newcastle. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 4 April 1919

Expert Favors Coffs Harbor. IMPROVEMENTS COST £192,000. When Wor. Completed Port Will tfe Best in State North of Newcastle. The following is an extract from the evidence given by Mr. Edmund Kemp, Supervising Engineer of the Breakwater Works at CofE's Harbor, given at Bellingen Licensing Court on .January 24 during the hearing of an application lor the granting of a new license for Coff's Harbor. Mr. Kemp said: "1 have an intimate knowledge of harbor works at Coif's Harbor. 1 know what is proposed, what its effect will be, and all about it. The present shipping accommoda tion is one jetty. This accommodates two of the ordinary coastal vessels trading to Ooff's Harbor. When works now being carried out were completed, shipping will be 'protected from every thing but a due east sea. Total esti mated cost of works £11)2,000. Compai lng accommodation that:can be given to shipping niow for Unloading and loading, there will be four times as much when present works are com pleted. That h, th...

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

n-itnoTT's BISCUITS. "The Wellington 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 UNDERWOODS Sauce with Chops. Blair's Talcum Powder Violet or Carnation. HRNOTT'S BISCUITS. DUNLOP \l 'RUBBER GOODS" Competing Mok tocrj description). Engineering. MirHog and Sporting ReqoUitett Cycle, Motor and Motor Bq» Tyre*, Rubbei and Batata Belting, Waterproof Cloth log, Rubber Heeli •Ad Sole*—in fad every description of Rubbef Good*—*rc now manufactured It oar two Dunlop Mill> by AuitraUan Labour with Australian Capital Thcte Good* art 990*1 to Matcri*J sod Worttgasathlp to ttts C*st Imported erttcto, Mtf b*v the imporiiBt cfraatajo ol being (reab and frefl tmo periah, whicb meant longer a*c, m$ con—qocoUy redueed cost Ouf Oooda Ctf good, and are worthy of four rm—ldi,■! jiioo when...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Jimmy Pannikin" Redivivus. AUSTRALIA'S PREJUDICE AGAINST AUSTRALIANS. "Jimmie Pannikin's" Old Trouble [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 4 April 1919

"Jimmy Pannikin" Redivivus. AUSTRALIA'S PREJUDICE AGAINST AUSTRALIANS. ''Jimmie Pannikin's" Old Trouble j George D. Meudell asks (B. 24/1/ '18), '' Why is a national Australian spirit non-existent?" I agree most cordially that the accursed apathy and indiffer ence is not due to lack of intelligence or education. It is very largely owing to the easy-going generosity, the happy go-lucky casualness, the poorly develop ed civic sense of the average Austra lian; to his failure to realise that "the franchise is the greatest of all human powers, underlying and creating all others," as G. S. Curtis says, in his article on "An Educated Democracy" (■B. 24/1/ '18). On every Empire Day for the last decade or so I used to make a strong appeal for the formation of a society for the deportation, not of the Tom (Barkers and such, "but for the in finitely worse—the ashamed, apologetic and apathetic Australians, the little, pif fling, pettifogging Australians who never would be missed. '' The Bulle t...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MUDGEE RESIDENTS FALL FROM TREES. Both Were Getting Feed For Cattle, and Each Broke an Ankle. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 4 April 1919

MUDGEE RESIDENTS FALL FROM TREES. Both Were Getting Feed For Cattle, and Each Broke an Ankle. Master Jack Trenworth, son of Mrs. Trenworth, of Court-street, Mudgee, was lapping an apple tree to get some feed for cattle during the early part of the week, when he fell and broke his ankle, Mr. A. Kurtz, of West End, Mudgee, who aJiso was engaged lopping a true for cattle feed, slipped and fell from the tree, with the result that his left ankle was broken.—Our Mudgee corre spondent.

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

IT" By Mother o' Pearl Ribbons. In spite of their scarcity and ex pensiveness, ribbons play an important part in every up-to-date woman's ward robe to-day. Most especially is this noticeable in the modern trousseau. Lingerie is more or less beribboned, and indeed some articles are fashioned en tirely of ribbon. There are insertions, bands, bindings, plaitings and ruchings of ribbon. On all trousseau undergar ments ribbons in dainty colors, blush pink, rose (several tones), blue, ciel, maize and ivory—and, of course, al ways there is white—usually of dainty brocaded design, such as a polka-dot or tiny rosebud, arc used most artistically and lavishly. In a recent collection I saw a dainty camisole of net made with alternate rows of this charming rib bon and filet lace. Another of fine quality Val. lace was elaborately trim med with a most alluring arrangement of two-tone ribbons in pale blue and a wonderful pinkish tinge called "dawn.'' To match this there was a boudoir cap of jaunty ...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Eulogy of the Comboyne District. LAND Of NO DROUGHTS. Railway or Light Tramway is Suggested to Facilitate Marketing. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 4 April 1919

LAND Of NO DROUGHTS. Railway, or Light Tramway is Suggested to Facilitate Marketing. (By James J. Dolton.) The following report regarding the Coinboyne District <by Mr. Dol ton, of the Comboyne Progress As sociation and Railway League, gives a glimpse' of the fine country in the north and what it is capable of producing. District.—The district lies midway between the 'Manning and Hastings leavers, and is about equidistant from. Waueliope on the north, Kendall on the east. Lansdowne 011 the south-east, and Wiugham on the south, viz., 22 miles average distance. As the crow flies it is about 18 miles to the nearest point' on the coast line. The average esti mated height above sea level is 1800 feet. Area, Soil.—The area comprises 25,000 acres of first-class brush country, volcanic soil, and 20,000 acres of mixed hardwood and brushwood with varying soils from first class to medium in qua lity. Capacity.—Estimated carrying capa city being one beast to the acre. Climate.—The cl...

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

DEATH OF MRS. J. R. TINDALE. Mrs. Laura Tindale, wife of Mr. J. R. Tindale, died at Byalong, near Tam worth, after a comparatively brief ill ness. Deceased, who was 56 years of age, was a daughter of the late Mr. Alfred Sandeman, of the firm of Sandeman, Ltd., wine and spirit merchants, of Lon don, and was born at sea on the way to Australia in the early fifties. With her parents she went to Queensland, where Mr. Sandeman acquired Felton Station on the Darling Downs, where they all lived for some years. Subsequently having sold the pro perty, the family journeyed round the world, and lived at Jersey for some time before they returned to Australia. In 1892 she was married to Mr. J. R. Tindale, and they lived at Boggabri and afterwards at Greenvale, Broke, in the Singleton district, for about 3 years. Mr. Tindale then took over the manage ment of the famous Fordwich Estate at Broke for the late Hon. G. H. Greene for about eight years, after which time they removed to the Tamworth dist...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Department of Agriculture. MANY WAYS IN WHICH FARMERS ARE HELPED. COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAMME OUTLINED. Objects and Organisation of Department: Value of Farm Schools. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 11 April 1919

MANY WAYS IN WHICH FARMERS ARE HELPED. COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAMME OUTLINED. Objects and Organisation of Department: Value of Farm Schools. The directions in which the Depart ment of Agriculture seeks to promote primary industries in this State for the profit of those engaged therein, and for the advancement of the State as a whole, may be said to be equalled in number only by the means adopted to those ends. By education, by experi ment, by demonstration, by lecture, by pamphlet, by personal canvass, by a most voluminous correspondence, there goes on in New South Wales a cam paign which aims at affording instruc tion, information and advice 011 the pro duction of cereals, roots, fodder crops, fruit, wool, mii'tton, butter, bacon, honey, and a dozen other things. So said the Hon. W. (J. Grahame (Minister of Agriculture), in reply to the question "What is the Department .-uing for the farmer?" He con tinued: The programing aims at educating youths who have some branch of agri culture bef...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRAIN-BENEFITS OF BULK HANDLING. Work at Montreal. Mr. E. Harris Returns to Sydney After Visiting Big Grain Centres. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 11 April 1919

GRAIN-BENEFITS OF BULK HANDLING. Work at Montreal. Mr. E. Harris Returns to Sydney After Visiting Big Grain Centres. Mr. Edward Harris, of the Isrew South Wales Department of Agriculture, and acting othcer in charge of the Govern ment grain elevators, returned to Syd ney on Saturday by the Sonoma, after a prolonged tour in Canada and the United States, where lie studied at close quarters the bulk-handling of grain, and will submit a detailed report 011 the subject to the Government of this State. Jn the course of an interview 011 Saturday", Mr. Harris said he had had an opportunity of seeing practically all the principal grain elevators of Canada and the United States at work, and was satisfied the system would be of great advantage in New South Wales, He went away in June last year, and saw practically the whole or' the l'.MS harvest disposed of. The largest and most important o-: the elevators was in Montreal, when? all the work had to be got through in about six months, owing to ...

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A STOIC OF 91. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 11 April 1919

A STOIC OF 91. Mr. Burrows, sen., of Clifton Station, met with a painful accident last week (says Tenterfield Star.) The old gentle man, who is 91 years of age, was thrown out of a sulky on to his shoulder and the .back of his neck, and- leceived a severe shaking besides tearing open the back of his hand. He was taken £o "Torquay" .private hospital, and there the doctor attended to his wounded hand. 'Five stitches had to be inserted. The old gentleman refused to take any anaesthetic, but continued to talk to the doctor while the stitches were bein,_T inserted. The last stitch was fairly deep, and when he felt the sting of the needle Mr. 'Burrows simply ejaculated ".Tehosaphat! " The medico, who knew how it must have stung, jokingly re marked to theold .pioneer: "Don't you know any other swear words than that?'5

Publication Title: Voice Of The North, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Enraptured with Toronto's Beauty. LUNGS OF NEWCASTLE. Wingham Editor Charmed With the Village by Lake Macquarie. [Newspaper Article] — The Voice of the North — 11 April 1919

Wingham Editor Charmed With the Village by Lake Macquarie. Wingham Chronicle in a recent issue: About an hour's run in the train from Newcastle is an ideal spot xor anyone in search of peace and quietness, plea sant scenery, refreshing breezes, and the charm of Nature's green carpeted land scape—with miles 'Of lake water glisten ing in the sunlight. It is the aristo cratic water-side suburb of Dear Old Dirty Newcastle. Its name is Toronto, and nearly every tourist has been there many times and oft. Train facilities ar-3 good, and accommodation and other op portunities for enjoying oneself to the full are there. It is said iby those who ought to know that fishing is 18 carat, and stamped'.in every link—ibut writer saw no outward evidences of that bein.-r gospel truth during a jaunt to that pretty little salt-water licked haven of res.t the other day. Many Newcastle people who have gathered in a fair amount of tliis wicked world's wealtii have made homes there for themselves —right do...

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