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Abermain No. 2 Miners' Lodge. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 4 September 1914

Abermain No. 2 Miners' Lodge. The monthly meeting of Abecmaiu No. 2 Miners' Lodge was held on Sunday labt, Mr. C. Arbuokle being in the chair. A notice of motion ? from last monthly meeting put to this meeting was carriod by a large majority. Correspondence was read and received from the District Sec retary. The election of officers re sulted as follows: Chairman, C; Ar - ? buckle ; secretary, F. L. Muir ; treasurer, P. Smith; delegate, C. - Arbuckle ; clieckweigbmen (2) A. Arbuckle, C. Britten ; deputyweigh men (2) W. Evans, F, Giffen; cavil ,Dcrut-lDeers, ,R. Hill; S. PatersonV ; ballot 'scrutineers, J. Davis, L. Tonfe '?'.. linson ; auditors, W. : Evawili JF. GU-? .fen; committee^ E. ^itt^ftjs.'.f1? Giffen, J. Davis, \V. Bvatos, Mti.t ? W f'ljii'bett; Rickhjen-, 'AiColtSn. -IJisi:: V f fission arose over tlie drdftihg ; of tbe V* : Mheeievs' cavil^itut it was Tmally j9e-_ f jolde'cTthat all wh.eelers now wheel-. ??idg get a caVi!, and tlie otifet wbe$f i*rs to- get contract roods...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OBITUARY. Death of Mrs. T. Gollan. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 4 September 1914

IJBITUARY. r Death of Mrs. T. Gcllan. When the. news was circulated early this week that Mrs. Gollan, wife of Mr. Thomas Gollan, of AUau dale Road, had passed away, there were many who could not credit the news. Yet it was only too true. Mrs. Gallau, a fine, healthy, active young woniaii,^vas in her usual good health and spirits on Friday last and on Tuesday site was dead ! On Fri day night the deceased took ill, and the following day her illness was pronouueed as gastric influenza, and a chill which followed resulted in meningitis (inflamation of the brain), which resulted in death oniTuesday/ despite the best medical attention. The deceased leaves a sorrowing husband and three little children — the oldest being only three years of age — to mourn their loss,*, The greatest -.sympathy js felt for Tom in ^T»n^ur^f^brTal. Sfrs.Goiiafi was ?.the i -daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J., O'Haran, of Sandy Creek, and was widely known aud respected in the district. 8\\e was 28 years of age . The fu...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Something to think over. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 4 September 1914

I. . ? - ,- ?? . - - Something to think over. Here are a couple of war jokes : -- What does, the letter ' y ' represent at the present nwmciil '.' (javeil up. The end of (lerniauyT Another— If tuc British Bulldog bit the German Sausage, would Austria Russia, if she was Hungary, or would it Servia right? The latter joke, it is stated, has already caused 'J7 iiiin(e)or wars. During the week it was said the German? had run short of amunition and I hat this was due to the fact that the British had Al-dcr-shol.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cessnock Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 4 September 1914

Cessnock Races. Horseowners aV? not likely to overlook the fact that' Gessnock races will be held on Saturday, 12th inst. A large entry is suro to be forth coming, and given favorable condi tions the day's racing will be highly . successful. From this out the club pay railage on all full horse boxes, --: which should moan an increased '*'* entry. The new officials, who com mence their duties at Newcastle races to-morrow, will operate at Cessnock. . The secretary has received enquiries from owners in various parts of the country for particulars.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Runaways. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 4 September 1914

Runaways. ' Messrs Bridge fc. Co; had bad..'luck with runaways this week. The first resulted in the horse being injured, the cart damaged and damage to the contents of the cart ; the . second re sulted in a trap being smashed... Shop Assistants' Sports. - V Ah a result of ilio spoVts held' uudur the auspices of the Cessliook Shop Assistants, the Hospital will beuelil by about £87, and the Band £i!i. v .???.*?'??..?.:,:?';?;?? ??. junior Cricket. ' .'?; The CeBiiiioek Junior Cricket As- : soL'iulioii jjroiiilteB to be a strong j body this season. ? Already eight] toitms have signiuedilioir iuteutip^ij'', of conijjetliitf. ,. :.U u;iuij^g^pa^U^ Wediiesa^ Uveuiugi«E^l|p'^|f^

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Germany's Potato Crop. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 4 September 1914

Germany's Potato Crop. Germany is the greatest potato produce! of the world. The total crop of the tuber in the Kaiser's empire for the past season is esti mated at 46,500,000 tons. Of this quantity about 5,000,000 tons were lost by frost, rotting, etc., and to avoid this'loss, as well as to diminish the importation of concentrating feeding stuffs, tlio potato-drying in dustry is'heing developed.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CESSNOCK SHOW [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 4 September 1914

»!mHBl -.The iirpy^fjM^t^ ?CesBtiock and District ^.H.P.anfl«^^ip. A. Association 'was ^ppned ^*d^^^Bg ' V uuder favourable auspices. ^^^H^^Bt' '????. Show was held in Hauii-tpii ^^EBm^^H& ! ;, ., and ' Snape Bros.' Yards, . ' ^|^|p^^H '|r V^ whole nrraiigenients wero :mii^wiffi^^Bf ' in such a manner as to '^ve'-iUi^^^^ll;^ - ^ hibits Vveiy mcejmpear^oiW§S^^Hp ? ^ iwultiy exhibits and the d--gsp^^^BP. ' v sections being higli-class—oceli^M^^Bi v' the Yards, ^nhile the pi6eonBfjffi5^^B| - fine arts, etc., were iailie Mr^^n :' ' efforts of tho comuiittee,r)!erfed|^^^K:;-: ?.:':? tlie active secretary; ^r^as.Bixjj^^^HR^*^ were, it is ploasiugfw ^tate^revTrflrj^^^^K, by success. Early in%e^fter|^^^W^ ? visitors l)egan to assetuVM^^^^K: - attendadce left t& roomp#i^|^W that ll.o . future CeIsDocV§^^^lt ' weai\a very Bucom^ing alp^tfeM^B| . Tho opening^rentonSy^k^^^^Bp; : 'formed -hymr.:-;MmM!Mm^Bm.-:. M.L A., who congratulatea^l^l^^Ki cers and committee uP^^^^^^^Hk- : ce...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Independent Order of Rechabites. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 4 September 1914

Independent Order of Rechabites. At the quarterly meeting of the District Council held on Saturday last it was resolved that all members serving iu the. Expeditionary Eorce, now leaving our shores for service abroad shall have their contributions' paid from the Order Extension Fund. Parents aud relatives of our mem bers who have left our local tent can rest assured of their claims being .ftfcfjPHfad.'ijts 4iy -ota-Bcoretftiy,1 JBnfc J.E. Gonible. U JwftB also resolraa ? to make ft donation ^bt'-WQ to the* BelgiwFuttfli; ;?* '?'?-.:''? \~. : ;; - Any Amounts collected or donated by our Tenis \vill be paid overin the name of the Tent and Order to any fund as desired. ;: :r..

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Social at Mt. View. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 4 September 1914

Social at Alt. View. The social inaugurated by the ladies of Mt. View for the purpose of raising funds for au organ for the Church of England, eventuated on Wednesday evening last and was a pronouueed success. Miss B. A. .'Suape aud Mrs. II. Jackson as joint secretaries with a committee had ar rangements well in hand. Dancing was continued till 2 a.m. intermission only being called for refreshments. Mr T.Weils was au efficient MX!., A profit of about £9 was realised.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Australian Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 4 September 1914

Australian Soldiers, I A lebmi1 from a volunteer . at the -ESS^VJEpineut at Sydney btates that ; ufuciuiiugiiiiiSS^j.t 6spBotelj.--.to leave j

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Union Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 4 September 1914

Union Sales. Messrs. Snape Bros, report : — Very jiea-'y supplies were forward at our Sjion sales on Tuesday last, with a jEWfct.attendance^f buyers. Eggs, ! Sdlo.^iiQ^j butter 4s to Is Id : | hbney', 71b li&s, 2s to 2s 6d : oranges, large to Is, medium 6d to 9d, small ; 3d to 4d; lemons, common, 3d to 4d, ; Lisbons 6d to 8d ; Ioquats, 2d to 3d j quart ; passion fruit, 3d to 5d doz; j cabbages, large to 3s doz. medium Is Gd to Is 9d, small 9d to Is ; cauli- i flowers, good to 4s doz, oMiers Is to I 2s 6d ; peas lOid to Is 2id' peck ; j potatoes 2s Gd to 2s lOd qrtr ; pump kins, small 2s to 2s Gd, large 3s Gd j to 4s ; beet, 2s to 2s -id do/ bunches, j AH classes of poultry sold well ; ? roosters, good to Is pair, extra prime ; to 5s : ducks, common 3s Gd to Is Gd. j At the stock and pig sales on ' Wednesday last there was no sto6k- : forward, and only 2 1 pigs. This was j the'' smallest number forward for ; some time. The quality, however, | was very prime, aud good prices j...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bellbird Social. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 4 September 1914

Betlbrrd Social. A grand social has been promoted at Bellbird with tlie object of raising funds for the Bellbird Church of England. The social is set down for tlie night of the 21st in Craft's Hall. Gcod music aud refreshments will play a promiiieut part iu the success of the function.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 4 September 1914

.?'.'* Stud Notices. k . ... . A TO STAND THIS SEASON I at the I 'HOMESTEAD.' BELFORD. -y Brilliant Lad | SIKi:, I'lu.U Willie, winner -»l lir-l anil s ? cliain|-iun prizes ;U Knyal Show, Sydney, '?^g ? 1909, 1910, ami 1911,' cli;ini|»ion prize at j.^^ f ?-.. Jtoytil Sliow, Syilin-y, I«jl2 iiiul 191.5. fir-l 'T ? r- and ciiampiuii prizes Jla«ku»liury Show in t 1908, 1909 and Iqln, cliitinpioii prize ill %' IlntviiVKhury Slm^ in 1911 uucl 191a, alno %t^ ? 'lrs'- l'i't sit llic*ll:i«Kc.iljury liurso |-;mule, ^^'^Su^ ''9°9 :-«-'coiid prize and reserve c-hainpion at ?'... . itil^iiBltitsfo0)'1* Show, Sydney, 190S: fust pritcand l^iiw '1 f i / ?3ain|F^llf1%ittul '''' KM'1'5'* f'J^gfcl *talji'-» of aiiy 'i ? ?- ? fj ^^a#ftJ*^9is. i I^«)(jo gaini.il 'firs! , champion and J - ' J&lf^-' tropli)' valued 20 £iiine;is ;U Sin»lci.-n, ion : . pL*k- *^ e «rui- Wclcoilfe Willie, a j;rciit |-ri/.c-lalier,';i 'A' and Ulie ufllieiJesit Ijriediny horses in North j T, + Olag' i g^B»i-;e, '-'Okil...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Military Service. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 4 September 1914

Military Service. A '?. .'olin'sChurcli of England on Kiu\-uy night, at 7 o'clock, a PuliiHtV .(.nil Military Soiviuo wJllJ liel.JJ, 'i Bad for Germany. : One of the vwluiiteerb for the front ' called in our oDice to state that a j business man had approached him . iti tuts sU'iieC fijr .ji'.biuaU debt owing. '. Jf our friend gets as. vyild wiih the. ; Gtinuatisus.he was^yity liib creditoi I it will be bjid lujsfelfoi^miauy. I

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 4 September 1914

1 ? — ' . Boy f vorything at ?AnthonyjUordePiis'.-- The i.Toiu^iv; p!in of ' tuyln^ tu.ryti^iiig at AKTHPNY liOROZRKS1 fawss Kcn:y toi Tc'wn X Gauntry clik j. Tilt rclJCV ,: iOP ((L-»li:, 11 KOilOM l frir. iha' f. ) t.;xi r.VRRVTHIKO '!i ' il :lic M.W ikLf.a LMCOBIUM ,'.,„ HAVOC ,iifc li. PSICE u! BOO*b.-««- IT 1 IW l-Cli SF.IIERS \n,i. I ANIiiONY KOHrr.RKi' KOGK DFrAKl Mr'.M f'l.r. FAH ei,j AV.AV ,h,- K .f \,lv . in Ih lund. .ni^LI. tl..l it VOR^H riUADING - U bt^.,-1,1 »;il,;n nt.h'o! 4.V£ilV 1'UXiL .'hroulh IL» «g'i-r* of Anthpny Hord.erii3' [ajnfijJi j.gw Prizes All the I.a:E.'T lidi'Ji. STATI^AS.'i- ttORKi iravii., iii3rc:;y. b o:i(Ai'tiv. iiiaoiogy. POCiKV, II* CIV ijC-i »i-l i.c GiiAV; ui i-AWJS W. PtK . .r.. .r.il.Mt. V.V ,i,tl,, ;, .,-,.hi,-r ol l^nJ.o:».H l!u,,;.| . ??,., rwxs. ?- . IVIiltK for Cir.jl.lc I'HICK LIST .1 G»-.- ;jiiti'.cnj(!«pdci:n&Ccn8 ' j ? =-f Limiteii, ? — ! Only Universal Cr.r v'd'c£. . . BrJ.-k*i£.:iJ . Kt:i. . aVD?-Z'r. ?s*: '' ... - !.--'.?'?'...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Council and Patriotic Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 4 September 1914

Th» Council and Patriotic Fund. At the couucil meeting last Mon day, the president (Ci\ Johns) said there was an impression outside that i the council should have convened a public meeting with reference to the Patriotic Fund, it being considered j that the movement should have | come from the people. A member of I the citizens committee had intimated ) there would be no objection to the money going through the couucil. Bach town would be credited with the money raised. Ci. Morgan contended the opening of two funds iu Cessnock had affected tue movement in other places. The council opened a fund and the citizens immediately openod another without consulting the council. Although he did not care which way the money went, he felt butt at the action of the people. Ci\ Forrester said he thought it inadvisable to have a multiplicity of funds, while. Cr. Snape .contended the people had'iio Intention of Cwis ing trouble, but had desired to hefp.v^ - Cr. Baddeley said it appeared kT him as t...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local Business and the War. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 4 September 1914

Sf %icai*usiriess and the Wan [SSif --??^?:i'i'S^^iP8:*ll6r^^SBS8ffiJ*'Df'Of local tfp'- j ?: ' w^r^ffSS ^h^vgr if^ytoftftjn' ' ? 1)iiijibes- \vliiie,dtbers declare tuftt' ? - - the usual standard -of business iB :, being maintained. Cessnock should feel the effects of the war very little | ' to-date. The miners are working just as constantly and are making just as much money as ever. The farmeis' market, too, is good, and the prospects are even better. Cer tain classes of business, of course, suffer, but generally speaking there 'sP^only the rumours aud tales of the. j^ssiinisl- to be frightened of.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Electric Light Poles. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 4 September 1914

Electric Light Poles. The residents will soon be' able to boast of electric light in their resi dences. The position of the poles are being marked, and as soon as this work is complete the erection of the pohs will be' gone on with.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 4 September 1914

Coming by Special Trains. WIRTH BROS* CIRCUS ! ! i THE GREATEST -SHOW ON EARTH .- Opening ni CESSNOCK, — ON — FRIDAY, September 11th. Fur Positively t.)Ni; Ninin Duly, when (lie niiule. uf VVii ill's Mauiiiuilli simw will uppcitr. We never divide. 50 — NEW ; ARTISTS ? 50. Direct from America and Kurujic. Tlic yrcal csl Ciiciib CoinjMiiy ever in AuaUalia, iuelud- ' iiiU ' ? | Wczxuii' JSedouin Aliibs,— llie liesland laalol I Tumblers ever seen. Absolutely llie ' l.ilk of Sydney, Madam licuuc, Millitni.tirc llur-e Tinnier, urtd licrciini|J!iuy ol'NfjjruuK, l.'uinedian*, i . - and trained ponies and mules. Seven Kou lands, Koeiely Circus. , Four - icnneUb, Unii|uc ijjiie.^lrians. Allierl Toulouse, marvellous balancer. Joey hiiiI (juurge, alnay., with fresh absurdities ] I'lying Oidonas, (lie Aerial Marvels, and Daredevil ]-e.-|)cradn, the one man in the i world insurance companies won't risk. Alfredo (lie Hying Man, uiid Scnoiila, Do ?linila, Dobjntlos, trained i-lieep and ; piys, *«'....

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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THE ELECTIONS. To-morrow. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 4 September 1914

- : / TttE EltCTtoWS; „ ^ [?] H';-'-' ~ Electprs^Iould~^i'iitt^tnd-^aJ; . ..the duty, of c^pjciBiiig Ibfeftatic \JBB& will lie liiffiuin'b^St ujwWniheni JCo i '. , v^inpitijw wlion tiicfFe^^l elections \ '? 7 talce7'4)lace.. ► .Natumtt^^iile fch.* &-'??'. larger* nations ? oFtue. wom£- are-^ ? - ? : sivar, and'obnsequently^jjnueh isjat. »: ^taKfthe electiontJi^^lktfaiii^ «1'r ' : : ^i^bn^^ative inrfgndi&Sice;^' A«fc3fc * ? ? ;, cdusoquenTO ,:aj|!^lItVwBti^-9*^ f ' .' Vs7iprwai?d'fbi,.';'ii§j|^y«^,i,-.a^.'ffie elec sJ :~ ^qbs are toitite l^ac^e^&nock and '^: ~-':.-^ aistlipt vdtWs' would bb'wlaeto bring ';,'.- ; ?'?'' themselves to Jiiattors matter-of-fact C ^rTone 6ay*7-bra smallpart of it— ~' 7 ? Vand record , tl^eir vpte^ In view of, ' ? .'* '-:- thoexistini; ^filoTi'SBiifltitlie horizon ot V -:-;;-;.'jiluAiiSSria-;t1ii^far-S«iiooirig.effect8 : ?' ir ? '' - '-'Sip'tidgtaB qf^gowerament.will require ? a '.j, '{' -1'io'Jje1 liaudlod.\vn,h bare. Voters...

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