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Current Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 January 1914
Current Notes. Jjasfc Wednesday was the 65th anniversary of the opening of the gaol at East Maitland. ' A record number of visitors to the Blue Mountains is reported during the holidays. Messrs. Snape Bros, advertise their stock and pig sales will be held next Wednesday at 2 p.m. We are in receipt of a large and very useful .calendar from the Singer Sewing Machine Co. A railway guard, William P. Lang, 41, was run over by a train at Fass ifern yesterday, and died as a result of the injuries received. A meeting of ladies interested. in the promulgation of the Friendly Societies' Sports is advertised for Monday evening in Hampton's Hall, Xinas was very quiet in Cessnock. The only celebrations were at the local churches where special services, suitable to the occasion, were held. The district farmers are haying a rough time with the dry weather prevailing. Vignerons, too, are feeling the droughty effects. The coal required for one journey between Liverpool and New York by the present da...
COMPARISON OF REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 January 1914
COMPARISON OF REVENUE. The following table gives the a mounts of revenue for each year since the inception of the Cessnock Shire. The amounts given are for the general fund alone — not includ ing fire brigade funds revenue, sani tary service funds revenue, or street lighting revenue. Year 1907— Revenue of £4415 6 9 Year 1908— *? ,- £7311 1 4 Year 1909— ' „ £7799 11 0 Year 1910— „ £7685 10 0 Year 1911— „ £12776 10 8 Year 1912— „ £19056 13 3 Year 1913— „ £15439 16 2 Reference to the list shows the wonderful increase which has taken place in the revenue of the Shire since the first year of its reign in 1907, when the revenue was £4415 /6/9. In 1912 the revenue reached £19,056/13/3, but through the Government reducing the endow ment to 8/- in the £ the amount this year is £15,439/16/2. It is a great pity that the Government should have stepped in and hampered the Shire's march to prosperity. In 1912 theGovernmentpaidinendown- ment to theCouncil £7790/10/2 while in 1913, the endownment w...
Fishing Excursion. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 January 1914
Fishing Excursion. * m » ?-» A party of fishing enthusiasts journeyed to Seaham by motor car r*1- on Christmas day, arriving there at 4 p.m. after an enjoyable trip. The luggage was sent on by cart early the same day, arriving about the same » time aiTthe party. After a run of civ milac nit flio vivAi* r\r\ n.vrlro.l- a.h the camping grounds, the city cos tumes were discarded for something more comfortable. Mr. Singer's was ? '* an artist in this direction. The lines were soon out and a trophy having been promised for the first fish there was keen competition to secure the honor. The matter was not long in doubt, however, Mr. Sprinkler land ing a splendid specimen of perch. The destination of the medal being settled an entertainment was arranged to hand over the much coveted trophy. Sponto and a couple of the ^ strongest men were tolled off to carry the presentation to the appointed place where it was handed over with great ceremony by the head fish cleaner of the party. The captain...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 January 1914
Christmas Time at BRIDGE'S ! Toys! Toys! Toys! Now for Something lo Please the Children for Xmas. Our Stocks are newly in, and from the Large . Range being displayed Customers are sure lo secure what they A FEW OF THE LINES SHOWING : Dolls, Cricket Balls, Pencil Boxes, Rallies, Cricket Bats' Go-Carts, Teddy Bears, 'Stuffed Dogs and Cats, Building Blocks, Guns, Sets of Carpenter's Tools, Money Boxes, Whips, and Trumpets. We have also a line range of Useful Christmas Presnts, such as Peggy Bags, Bead Bags, Music Cases, Fibre Lunch Bags, Purses, Glove and Handkerchief Boxes, Fancy Lace Handkerchiefs, also a Fine Assortment of Silver and Electro Plate Ware. Don't Forget We Stock Every Line Suitable for Xmas Trade. JAS. McKENDRIGK, Manager. If it is to be had it's HERE ? ! In Medicines, patent or proprietary remedies, or pharmacy sundries our stock is complete. Wo have scores of items not to be found elsewhere in this locality. We also handle proprietary remedies that are not advertised ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 January 1914
The Season's Compliments TOYS and DOLLS GIVEN AWAY. + Hurry Up Boys and Gills! Now is your chancel Don't Miss It I ? THE CORNER STORE,— —^-CESSNOCK ? Is GIVING AWAY TOYS and DOLLS this Christmas. READ THIS. THE LUCKY 20th! Are you the one?— we hope you are. Every 201I1 Cash Customer for a Toy or Doll— Boy, Girl or. Parent— will be given the same Free of Charge, no matter what the price of the Toy or Doll may be — is or 10s ) ? — makes no difference to us. The Bigger the Better. COME & TEY YOUR LUCK. COMMENCES THIS PAY FRIDAY. DON'T FORGET THE SHOP. J. ANDREWS, The Corner Store— (Where the Good Things are)—Cessnock To Avoid Disappointment pw^. udSS^W Xmas Suit-Now ! M0SDRE Irf^l wM Last year we had to turn orders — -***-4yJftJ\w jf^ away and as we do not want a /^rSBlBbfcr H repetition of this we ask you to , l^j mUGm b come along early. - ;.- U Ifflf ^jfjlli ?-f*' A Suitable Range of *' Hit-^^^^ H New Season's Patterns. _^^^Hb \ Don't forget the address ? r ^^^ ., ™ f R. PEA...
Ourselves. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 January 1914
Ourselves. ? ?— « ? r- We cannot let the opportunity pass without expressing our thanks to our many supporters and well wishers for the help and encourage ment extended to the ' Eagle' since luts umn tsiguc weens ago. xnougii only a fledgling we have already secured a firm -footing' in the 'news- paper world. Our desire is to be come the leading paper, in the north — and we are going to do it. We have many schemes in view for the advancement for the ' Eagle,' some of which shall come into operation almost immediately. The ' Eagle ' is going to become the representative organ of South Maitland. In thank ing the public for the supported ac corded uat we wish them a . HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
The Old and the New. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 January 1914
The Old and the New. On Wednesday the old year ex pired and yesterday the new year — 1914 — was welcomed in in right royal fashion. The old year has been a prosperous one, and this in itself has given an encouraging aspect to th9 new year. The pros pects in tbe Cessnock district for the new year are exceptionally bright, and it will be surprising if 1914 will not turn out the most prosperous in the history of the town. The year opened with the coal trade at its best, and the only cloud in the in dustrial horizon — the afternoon shift question — has been blown away for for the time being. In coal business there is no questioning the fact that the year just closed was an excep tionally busy one, and the new year gives promises of being eauallv as busy, if not more bo. Tlie ' new collieries which are opening and de veloping will bring much new trade to our district and our population will extend in a surprising manner. The timber, wine, farming, and dairy farming industries have shown ...
Train Smash at Cessnock. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 January 1914
[Train Smash at j Cessnock. i -- ' ? -r~* ? A sensation 'was caused at the I OeBsnock Railway Station, on Thurs day night about 9 o'clock when ah engine while engaged in shunting raa into a Government carriage. It ap pears that a special train of ten ; ,- Government carriages had just ar rived, and the engine: was ..being shunted so as to attach' to the outgo t. ing end of the carriages. The train -« being of unusual length allowed the irons caiTiage co oe over one sec 01 points, and usually with lengthy trains the other setiB used. How ever, by some means or other the first Bet of points were used, and the engine coining down to couple with - the train crashed into the front car riage. Luckily the train was empty. It had conveyed a large number of * people to Cessnock, but. the time w-t*occupied in shunting had given them , time to leave the carnages. The carriage was lifted right on top X. oi the engine, and had it not been for 1*^' the platform would have toppled clean over. The ...
A Hot Favorite [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 January 1914
A Hot Favorite fi » i ?. ' - :??':???: A curious , incident happened at ; ? Wyorig races on Boxing Day. In : the District '/.^Sandipap'1' '-^Bling^ijbe i opened up a hot favorite then drifted ' to len^y^.o^B.'\'2iK-';JBo^i|sV'tHe:'^ stipendiary steward, then tpbk&tipii? ' On the horse being ;l^voii^o the ?-; muck ne ioq* possession pt it,leg tnEjg ;i- horse back to the ^addUng^afldwsli^S and substituted another ;jocl^li8cS the Oije weighed 'out.' Kiingeflte ^o-;-' rapidly assumed his form^^ti^ if - as favorite and won pullingrfip, r ?:'?'. ~J -0': | '?. .The. collieries are taku^ja^^li^^^ of .the holidays .to..effgtit;---JiaBC(gf^^?^iy' repairs to the mine worlangs.i^ip^fflr blacksmiths and ot^era^^vei&een^r'- patching and renewing l^ijp^pji ^ thing will be in 'Q.-K.-womng jBMiaFMa -.far* busy;peribd;' ~^:^$8^Sffip^
Honoring Mr. R. H. Barr. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 January 1914
Honoring Mr. R. H. Barr. A representative gathering of the employees of the Aberdare and Aber dare Extended Collieries assembled at the Sample Room of the Cessnock Hotel on Tuesday evening for the purpose of bidding farewell to Mr. R. H. Barr, who has been engaged superintending the erection of a turbine engine at the Aberdare Extended Colliery, and who succeeded in making himself very popular among tlie colliery em ployees during his sojourn in Cess nock. Unfortunately jit the last hour a wire was received from Syd ney from Mr. Ban1 regretting that contingencies had arisen which pre vented him from being able tp be present. Tlie assemblage decided that seeing all preparations had been carried out preparatory to the func tion they would wade in as though Mr. Ban- was present. Mr. Fowler .was elected to the chair and explained with regret the non-appearance of Mr. Barr. He said the object of the gathering was to pay to Mi-. Ban- a tribute of their respect and to present him with a to...
Are Racecourse Times Reliable. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 January 1914
Are Racecource Times Reliable. ( . ? - - *- ? ' _ In a letter in i Monday* night's 'Maitland Mercury,' James Kingsley wants to know what all the' fuss is made overdue Victoria's run on the second day compared wjth the ..first day's running at Wallsend races. The writer states the time is the only* tiling 'the public are going on Rue Victoria was not on the job the first day. 'According ?. to the official hJ timekeeper the race the first day was I run in 2.9|, and'Rue Victoria was j one of the last to finish. On the -*, 1 second day when the gelding won, %Q the race was timed at 2.8. Kingsley | says lie timed the rayo himself at I 2.11, and lmB dopositedl&lOO which he offers to lay to'£35 4o feay the gelding cannot do the distance in 2.8 witii two stone less on his back. There's a lot in Kingsley's arguement. In the first day's race Cash more and Te Whare made the pace a cracker from the start and Rue Victoria did not seem to'be able to keep with Jiis ^ I field and then got b...
Fire at Cessnock. THREE SHOPS BURNED TO THE GROUND. CHRISTMAS MORNING INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 January 1914
Fire at Cessnock. THREE SHOPS BURNED TO THE GROUND, CHRISTMAS MORNING IN CIDENT. About 3 o'clock on Christmas morning, a block of three shops in Vincent street, Cessnock, almost. op- posite the intersection of Aberdare Road, were burned to the ground. The fire was first discovered by Mr. Katratas, who rented the corner shop as an oyster saloon and refreshment room. Mr. Katratas had closed late and driven a friend home, and on his return found his shop in flames. He at once gave the alarm, but on account of it being holiday time some time elapsed before there were many on the scene. The fire brigade bell clanged out its warning, and shortly afterwards the brigade arrived at the scene of the outbreak. By this time the fire had a good hold on the comer building, and the adjoining premises of Mr. Robertson's billiard room. The three shops were separated only by wooden partitions. The fire had quickly spread to the third shop, occupied by Mr. ? J. Hartley, tailor. At the rear of this sho...
New Books. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 January 1914
New Books. ? ♦ ? The following new books have re cently been added to the library of the Cessnock School of Arts :— 'The Broken Halo,' Florence Barclay ; '' A Fool and His Money.' G. B. M-viiuiuiieuii ; iNovemoer Joe, Hesketli Pritchard ; ' The Coryston Family,' Mrs. Humphrey Ward; ' Lo Michael,' Grace Lutz ; ' The Business of Life,' Bob W. Chambers; j' Bed Wrath,' John Oxenham ; ' The Heart of a Hero,' Maurice Gerard ; ' Disarm, Disarm,' Baroness von Suttney.
ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 January 1914
ITEMS OF INTEREST. During the year there wore 56 prosecutions for breaches of the ord inances. £134/2/- was received for licenses under cattle, slaughtering, noxious trades, fish and butcher shop licenses. The prosecutions in connection with the sanitary service numbered 57. Nineteen vehicles were licensed, 12 drivers' licenses issued, also 23 butchers' shop licenses, 24 slaughter ing licenses, 1 cutting cart license, 46 noxious trade licenses. About 200 summonses were issued in connection with outstanding rates. With the increase in revenue the council must become in a better position to undertake the vast a mount of necessary work that re quires attention in the Shire. It is noticeable that the complaints and requests for work needed in various parts of the Shire have become less. When the revenue received by the council in the first year of its life is compared with the present year's revenue it will be readily seen that the council must be able to under take much more work now t...
Progress of the Mineral Indnstry [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 January 1914
Progress of the Mineral Industry ? — * ? ?. The Under Secretary for Mines in his report on the progress of the min eral industry during 1912 shows that the mineral production for 1912' was valued at £11,641,435, and was the highest in value in the history of the State. The output for 1913 promised that if it did not exceed the record for 1912 it would approximate closely to it, as, although the returns for the past year would not be available for some weeks yet, a net increase for the nine months of £106,612 was shown in connection with the prin cipal minerals. The year had not been marked by any exceptional finds, but steady progress had been made in almost all branches of the industry, and scale. The aggregate value of the mineral production now exceeded £230,000,000, of wheh coal had con tributed some £71,000,000, gold £60,000,000 and silverlead £62,000 000.