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Street Lighting Ballot. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 4 September 1914

Street Lighting Ballot. The ballot to decide whether the the streets not lighted* by electricity in Cessnock shall be so lighted will be held ou Saturday, 12th inst. On the same date a ballot will also be taken in connection with tlie lighting of Aberdare streets.

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

OUR NOTE BOOK. The War. , There has actually been an official,; naval battle^— well on the same lines 1 as previous rumours — with our boys] well on top. The superior t shooting ; of the British ships was plaiuly j shown on this occasion, so no doubt : Kaiser Bill will still continue to keep j his best ; ships in their haven of ; refuge. Although the Germans are ) very active on the land, they have a i lot to learn on the water; they must j not gel trying their ilauking iiidvo inents there. After this fight off j Heligoland we must not be surprised ! at anything that may happen now, because this is uncomfortably near the Gorman coast. How the Kaiser would -wail if ho had his beautiful Kiel; canal bombarded. As regards the laud fighting the Allies are well holding the Germans,, although being slowly forced to retiro through greater numbers opposiug them, liven if they do reach Paris, that city will make a gallant stand as Jn .previous wars. Eussia is slowly, dewing nearer and will so...

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

vw the Kaiser and the Japs. The Kaiser has the greatest con- ; tempt foi'ittic Japanese. That might , have beentone reason whv the Ger- . man Government did not answer ; Japan's Ijltirnatum. Soine years \ ago the Kaisei^alluded to the Japan- ' esc as monkeys, and wondered how , | Great Britain could ally herself ; : with thenir It is likely the monkey ' ; will be doing a lot of scratching and ; i biting directly. I

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

Ellalong Comiiio Bros, have imported a , high-class William-goat. It is under- \ 1 stood Willie will stand the season. ! The breeding of the animal is by '? '? Congcwai, dam by all the neighbours, j ; The two pugs who put up such a great battle in the Ellalong stadium ! a fortnight ago are billed to fight | i agaiu next Sunday morning. Last I 1 occasion the chap from Mt. View i capitulated after 'J rounds, this time ; . he says he'll tight to the cud. Since her inaugural appearance on earth, ' '? Vise has caused trouble, aud in this case the war is over. a love squabble. : It is probable the hero of the con- ? \ test will many the girl and the pair ; wilt live happy ever afterwards. A new industry is said to be about to start iii Ellalong — a boiling down ? works and bone null. I he skinning | of one horse has already commenced, j The folk here are not forgetting , ! their kin to 'loyalty. A grand ball i is to be held in aid of the Patriotic , i Fund, aud a great lUuster is assurrcd...

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

The Extension of Street Lighting in Cessnock. . ? —* ? | In regard to the above ilie clerk i (Mr. P. Crampton), reported 'al last Shire Council ineetuig-r''''Ke3iiig as the motion standing in the minute book excluding Aherdare Township from street ligbtinu has been rescin ded, it was agreed to include lots and ; sections which take in part of Aber- i dare, being both sides of tho railway ' station. The cost to the ratepayers : with the addition would he 2d in ! the £, and the following is an esti- ] mate of the proposed income and ex- j penditure : Income — Unimproved j capital value as mentioned in report of 5) G 14, £G9,G21; additional area. f-2825j: making a total of £'72,4£6. This amount at 2d iii the £ will re alise £603 Ms 4d. Expenditure.— : By contribution to companv, £550: proportion payable togencral'fuudfor i ?xpenses, £30 ; reduction oa np|-eals, sny £40 4s 4iV: allowance for bad debts, £8 10s; uudil fees, £-'j : total I £(JO?J 14s 4d. ! Cr Baddeley iaid he had licen en ...

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

The Council and New Subdivisions At the council meeting a ieller was read from B. K. McGrane. de biring the council to consent to i lie . subdivision of a portion of hw e~U!.e. aud submitting a plan of the areaj proposed to be sold. Cr. Snape said that this was reallv : an addition to the subdivision al- : read v sold, and thai' being llincase he moved that approval be granh'd*- for the subdivision. The motion lapsed for want of a seconder. Cr. Morgan said the Act gave the council power to demand that streets he formed and gravelled. Seeing that this land was in the centre of population the iiitere'sts of Ihc'jmh lic should he considered. This' land was being sold to raise money. The council's funds were not iiv a condi tion to make roads, aud people were constantly demanding they should be made. It was their duty to see the roads were formed and gravelled lief ore being sold. ' Cr. Baddeley said lie could not second Cr. Snape's motion. In the past, people had got ofi by simply form...

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

|F-. . — ?..? * .: ? ? . -? -,???? -'???; CES8NOCIK_ HOTEL. Under Entirely New Management, The proprietor of the Ccssu'ck Hotel desires lu intimate that patrons may rely upon every attention. The Cuisine, attendance and appointment* arc of llie licst, likewise the brands, of Ales, Wines, ami Spirits. Extreme care a n-] supervision of management is llie watchword, and the general conduct of the hotel will be found right up-to-date in every department. James Attwater, Proprietor, Ccssnock' Hole), Ccssnock. '«-?»' — — — — — To Avoid Disappointment I''*'*—?! CStS^V Winter Suit-Now ! MEASURE JfT^i jfflj Lasl year we had to turn orders ^*'^**Vi«£fflRwr '^Rt away and as we do not want a . /^^B&Blfcr - - fi ? repetition of this we ask you to I? JHBll ' ? X R. PEARTA Mfln Depend8 THE ' -~ PEOPLE'S TAILOR, ..-» th° Td^ Ti'» tW the Fitting of Ms Cloth* Vincent St., Cessnock. _____________________ d. dOHNSON, Practical Engineer in Motors, Cycled, Sewing Machines, Guns, Pumps of Every De...

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Mulbring Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 4 September 1914

Mulbring Races.   Races took place at Mulbring last Saturday, and the attendance was large. Racing opened with a match between Capper's Jinny and Stevens' Sambo, the latter getting badly beaten. The next event was a match between Mitchell's Jack and Tom Crossley's Bally. The former won but the "stipes" got on the job and   declared the event no race. The Flying Handicap was won by Joy B. Aberdandy was a hot favorite, and again an inquiry was held with the result that Aberdandy and his jockey were disqualified for the rest of the day. The Hack Race was won by   Earl Smith's New Chum. The Han- dicap fell to Hector's White Foot. The horse ran nowhere in the Hack Race, so was a surprise to the public and a boon to the books. The bridle was won by Sternbeck's Providence, hailing from Millfield. The punters from Millfield won a ton of money. The next race was won by G. Con- nor's Lucy. A match between Ab-     erdandy and O.T...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Magpie Gossip. Experienced in Training. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 September 1914

Magpie Gossip. ? ♦ ? Experienced in Training. A few days ago a military officer visited Tarn worth with a view of en listing volunteers. A goodly number presented themselves, and the officer cast his eye over them approvingly with the remark, 'Now all who have liad experience in training no to the right, those who haven't to the loft.' As one rather weedy arid slpinicky individual was sloushing off to the right, his nibs remarked, ' Hey, there ! you haven't had any exper ience in training, have you ?' Quick as lightning was the characteristic reply, ' Gor bli me, you don't think I was with Billy Kennedy horse training five yeai's for notbin', do yer ?' — ' Quirindi Gazette.' A Dutchman and his Dog. You vos only a dog, but I wish I vos you. Ven you go mit your bed 'in, you shust tura round tree dimes and lay down. Veu I go mit the bed in, I hav to lock up der blace, and vind up der clock, and put der cat out, unt undress mineself, and mine frau vakes up and scolds, den der baby vakes...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ellalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 September 1914

Ellalong ? »»» More honor to our famous district. At the Cessnock Show, last week, the first prize for the best collection of vegetables was won by Mr. Harry Bridge. We are naturally proud of the capabilities of our soil. coming imbued with the fighting spirit through reading the war news, or whether it is a united rising of the blood of their forebears your scribe knows not, but certain it is that never since the days when the notorious Yellow Billy, the out law, paraded the roads armed to the teeth, were Ellalong young men, and old men too, possessed of such a .desire to shed blood. Coats are taken off daily at every opportunity, aud so many challenges have been issued that a kind of civil war is feared. Several fights have already taken place, and many others are to eventuate. Your correspondent has been acting in the role of peacemaker but the job is so difficult that for the sake of those dependent upon me I intend to take out a life policy. It is very nice to see tire interest...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 September 1914

_ ! , . ;. Gould Bros, Ho. Timber Merchants, (Near Railway Gates, Cessnock) / ' . ? We are now in a position to supply all w- ?-?—',.-'?.- .;.- . ? ? . ?.- : ? . '-x ? -:\ — i- Building Material necessary for the completion oS any Building at the Shortest Notice. Our Delivery System I brings to your door — no muLtor whore you may rositlo — llie iicrfcct service of Our Model Pharmacy K Should yourliouio be in any pail of Cessnock or Alici/darc, we are pruparecl to deliver in quick [? time your binallest J'cquirc-nient. If you Imve a preset iption we will -send for it ani deliver Uic medicine again. Our Pharmacy is equipped 011 I the most up-to-dnte lines and we can dispense your medicines in a thoroughly scientific manner. All we ask is that you let us have your order as early in the day as possible. H. J. FALK, M.P.S. I PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, Telephone 52 VINTKNT-STREET, CESSNOCK. TO ^ IT PAYS TO DRESS WELL. fTHEN LET ME TAILOR YOUR SUIT I will turnout a smart, serviceable, liard-u...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 September 1914

Stud Notices. TO STAND THE' SEASON 'HOMESTEAD,' BELFORD, Brilliant Lad SIRE, Plucky Willie, winner of firsl and champion prizes at Royal Show, Sydney ?J .. i9Q9t 1910, and 1911, Champion prize at a , Royal Sliow, Sydnej', 1912 and 1913, first '.'?; and champion prizes, HawUcslmry Show in - 1908, 1909 and 19m, champion prize at llawkcsbury Show in 1911 and 1912, also first prize at the llawkcsbury horse parade, 1909 : second prize and reserve champion at the Royal Show, Sydney, 1908; first prizejand premium of 100 guineas for best stallion of any v., draught breed at the Royal Parade, Sydney, 1912. He also gained first, champion and ?' trophy valued 20 guineas at Singleton, 191 1 : -'.-?? b sire, Welcome Willie, a ftreal prize-taker, ?' and one of the best breeding horses in North r Olago ; g gsire, .Clydesdale . Wjllje, who gained the following prizes, viz: — 1892, firsl, ? Maflra and North Gippslaml Shows ; 1893, first at North Gippsland in his own class, and first prizecompeting a...

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 — 11 September 1914

Buy Everything at Anthony Horderns The Inolualwe plan of buying wemtmng at XNTHOHY~HOhPEBHB' taw Money for Town * Country bIHm. MHE rOMCT ?( TOF Qatiitr »1 BOTTOM I fric U.I GOVERNS EVERYTHING «ia I » .1 A. HEW TAUCE EHPORIUM pl.» HAVOC rilk the MICE .1 WOKS, ul HITS tfa BOOKSELUKS Iwl. AHTHONT HOBDERKS' BOOK DEPART TttHT *fen FAR ?»* AWAT IW J1EST «1« (? Ik h*-, M*.Atl tiU«b WORTH HEADING i. tnwlil wllki. rf.i .1 EVERT PURSE tknirt tb uutr ?- Anthony Horderns' Famous Low Prices An At lateW ncnoN. standard works TRAVEL, BISTORT, B1OGRAPHT, THEOLOGY. rORRT, «k CLASSICS ul Ha ESSAYS .1 FAMOUS WUTERS ?» wiikU*. Wipk - tc«tan ?! Hufenilr ttni FIBSMPJB. ?* WHITE for Cwkte PUCE UST *l fc.k-. f«t Frt^ n n«Hit .'??'? Anthony Hordern& Sons ?--.' ' Limited, — - — I ' Only Unlvtittl Prpvldtw, I J HtW PA1ACE IHPOfHUB, ,.l M Jenkins, v:V-..:Ttea. Merchant, PruiterW, Confectioner, and Stationer, etc. Have von Tried ilie Fantout Wattle Blend Tea ? These Tens are truly Ulends of Per fccliur...

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Current Notes Operation. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 September 1914

Current Notes Operation. -.'-,? Mr. E. A. Steinbeck lias just been under a successful operation to , his eye, and is recovering in fine style. Ernie promises to be quicker' than ever at detecting motor troubles. Electric Light The workmen have been busy erecting the electric light poles along Allandale Road and ' McGrane's Estate during the week. Residents in this centre will soon have the advantages of the electricity. Obituary. i The death is announced of Mr. Morris, farmer, Clarence River, at the age of 62. Mr. W. L. Morris, of Hall's Estate, is a son of the deceased. A Find. To the kiddies! ?'Aeluld's peggy pag, containing a small sum of money was picked up in front of the post office ir handed -to us. A descri ption of the bag and contents will, mean its return to the owner. Sculline Championship. . Paddon, the Australian, who went to england to bring home the sculling championship, did not succeed in the task. In his match with Barry, the Englishman had no difficulty in retain...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BROKEN HILL MINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 September 1914

BROKEN HILL MINES. Out of 9000 men in the mines at Broken Hill 4400 are working half time, and 700 are working full time. In other trades there are few work ing full time. Union sales, Snape's Union, Wed nesday next. The second expeditionary force to leave Australia will be 10,000, and other contingents of a like number will be sent from time to time. Sydney Patriotic T?und has reached £170,055. The Newcastle Mayors Fund is at £5155 2s 6d, War Food Fund £312 10s 3d, and the Belgian Fund £482 6d. Messrs Suape Bros, conduct a sale of furniturne at' South Cessuock on Saturday, Sept. 19, at 10 a.m., when a fairly comprehensive range of other household furnishings will ilso be offered.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Patriotic Service at St. Luke's. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 September 1914

Patriotic Service at St. Luke's. The Patriotic Service that was held at St. Luke's, Church of England on Sunday night last, was attended by a very large congregation, special Beating accommodation having to be supplied' A church parade of the various military forces of the town was arranged, but the numbers in attendance were very disappointing. Special psalms and hymns were cbo KPI1 ff\V flia AAHQCl/MI TI^A 1?nn£nt. (Rev. B. Campbell) took for his text Matt, x-34, ' Think not that I am come to send peace on earth ; I came not to send peace but a sword.' In referring to the present great up heaval of the world he said one man alone was responsible, be being the German Emperor. The German people themselves did not w'lBh for war, they were people of great intel lect, and wherever they went jnto the world, made good colonists (as was proved iu this country}. The German people have always been a very advanced race, even as early back as the Roman conquest the Roman generals spoke of the...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
C. OF E. UTILITY BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 September 1914

C. OF E. UTILITY BAZAAR. ? in The Cessnock C. of E. Utility Ba zaar, to be held in Cessnock Hall on October 1st, 2nd and 3rd, promises to be most successful. Nothing is likely to be overlooked, by the com mittee wHo hav^t. the (unction! 'ia hand, and Miss I. Griffith, 'the secre tary, whose organising ability in this specific branch of church work is well and favorably known, is, if pos sible, eclipsing all previous effort.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Leedle Dings of Mine Own. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 September 1914

Leedie Dings of Mine Own. : MineGootjHerr,— I'vals' read* der ' '.. news aboot EUalong, und der var, und der droobles, and noder dings, and - 1 ybs dinks I writ you soom leedie dings of mine own. Ivasbe in drooble this soom dime. My frau is ferry vild mifc der var, iipd blames, niineself dot I did not tell der Kaiser to stoop der vav before it started. Der Kaiser nefer knew of der droobles - - dot vould be in Coongewai nut del' ^ var, und I vos yust writ and tell him * to stoop der fight. Dat vos' feeja -.; ^ great derbate in Cessnook. I-v^s ' ' vish I vas der und 'show def beeples .? :'- var is necessary, I vould ^ell of ^efc( J var at Ellalong nut ?der Turks 'jiai s*j . der Dagos; I Vould tell of 4er '-10$* - man be Jilt in der Mad ^y^pti-«aa^

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE AFTERNOON SHIFT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 September 1914

THE AirTKN^bN SHlF V The executive yesterday consid ered the offer of .Mr. W. A. Holman, State Premier, to visit Newcastle if invited to do so, and endeavor to ne gotiate- a settlement of the trouble that exists .in Maitland coalfields. -The deputation to the premier on Wednesday was organised uy Messrs M. Gharlton, M.H:f.., and W. Kears ley, M.E., and included all the State members for theM^itland and New castle rdistricts;,; The'- Executive ex pect to decide upon Ihifiir course of action ttt'day. , ;'; - ;. ? '^ j [?]

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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OUR NOTE BOOK. Are we Round the Bend. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 September 1914

OUR NOTE BOOK. Are we Round the Bend. The news fvotn the front during the last day or two, has been very encouraging. Previously the Allies have been falling back, but in per fect order, and the Germans have up to the present spared neither lives or energy to pierce the Allies' lines. The German attack in the last few ,4gys as lost some of its dash, and the have gained a victory, aud have forced the Germans into a position south-east of Paris, jamming them between the forts of the city and the 'forces of the Allies. This victory may be the beginning of a new tide of events, and a victory from tbiB new position, which may prove decisive, is' eagerly awaited. There is no doubt that the British Army — for its size — as proved itselt the finest in the world. Artillery and cavalry have proved themselves su perior to the Germans in every 'way, one could only wish they could. meet in, equal nuuibors. The Gdrraans have recognised the lighting strength 'of Uio British', and oppose them in -o...

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