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The War. Sir John French Reviews the Fighting. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 September 1914
The War. Sir John French Reviews the ' Fighting. It is officially announced that Sir John French, the British Ooinman der-in-Chief, reporting the proceed ings of his forces up to the 7th Sep tember, says that the transport of troops from England by sea and rail was effected in the best order, without check. The consentration was practically complete on the evening of August 21st, and I am able to make dispos itions to move the force on the 22nd. The line taken up extended along the. line of the canal from Coude, on the west, through Mons to Binche on the east. During the 22nd and 23rd, the advanced squadrons did excellent work, some penetrating Soignies. There were .several encounters in which our troops showed to' great advantage. Eeports were received on the 23rd- that the enemy was commencing the attack on the Mons . line, apparently in some strength, threatening particularly the right opposition from Mons to Bray. The Commander of the first corps had pushed his flank back to som...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 September 1914
Lane & Quinn, Ltd. I* Beautiful Spring Goods are Now Showing. ? ? ? ? ? - The Latest Creations. Beautiful and Chic Goods. Our Prices have not advanced owing to the War Lane & Quinn, Ltd. The Price Reducers, If its 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 tic ~ _ . ~ found elsewhere in this locality. AVc also handle proprietary remedies that arc not advertised for sale by us ; our aim being to provide, as far as possiblct everything that anybody in the - community has need of. EVANS, PHARMACIST / CESSNOCK. Topics for the Warm Weather We have just Opened our New Stock Of Summer Repufrements suitable for thrifty Housewives. Nothing tastes better than a Cool, Re freshing Glass of Water in Hot Weather. Nothing Looks or Tastes Better than nice Firm Butter in the middle of Summer 1 '?' ? ? ? ? In Solving the above problems call and inspect our Large Earige of Water Bags ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 September 1914
' * . xS~ ' ? ?* ...... ? ' ' ?.??-?,. ? . ? ? ?:?? ' '' ?'' ?? ' \t . . ^^gj COKH5.C0LD5 I W j DontFar&tit ^LLmU^S jwfew Travelling. ^MESjo^S^* CESSNOCK_ HOTEL. Under Entirely New Management, The proprietor of the Cessnoek I lotcl desires lo intimate that patrons may rely u|kjii every attention. The Cuisine, attendance and appointments are of the bcsl, likewise' llie brands, of Ales, Wines, and Spirits. Extreme rare and supurvisum of management is the watchword, and llie general conduct of ibe liolcl will Ijc found right up-to-date in every department. James Attwater, Proprietor. Ccssnock Hotel, Ccssnock* To Avoid Disappointing n't f*''^« ^SfeSS^t. Winter Suit— Now ! MEASURE J^f***} Bm Last year we had to turn orders ^ '^* B!LjBt\Bf ^ff^t _. away and as wo do not want a /CJ^SBmr Ha W* repetition of this wo ask you to (j( smBm b k New Season's Patterns, .^^^k ? ? Don't forget the address ? ^^^^ W . J R- PEARTA Man Depends THE PEOPLE'S TAILOR, J* th° TdlOpt| T*** tW the Pitti...
BELLBIRD. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 September 1914
^ ' A quiet ivyedding took place here on Saturday last. The conTtraoting parties- were 'MrV ^ibert Hisles, of Lambton, and: Miss 'ijellie, youngest daughter^oI;'Mr.-iana J^s. '-&bqM oble,- of Bellbirdr }Bev^ W. Mills liobson performed the marriage- ^ceremony. Advantage Viras taken of the season 'in -utilisbjgihe wild '^flowers, etc., to decorate t^ei'iosidf ugp ,pf fie bride^ p^rerityforfthe ocoa«iou, aod alto gether a ispleudid effect was resul tanti^O^^qembers of the family parcook irf ||$ ^^edding bteakfast. j
EDITORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 September 1914
? EDITORIAL. Now that we are somewhat re covered, or at least more familiar with the national hostilities ensuing, it is a matter of more or less satis faction to note very few manifested expressions of alarm and undue un easiness *n and around Cessnock. YVIbll tfUO WU1QL1Q3 WUiniUQ U9 usual is attributable much of the confidence which may be unevidenced elsewhere. But when consideration is given to the noble response (much seen and much unseen) that has been demonstrated within the past few weeks, not a little credit is due to the average Cessnockite's practical optimism and largeness of heart. At the present time, besides the ex tra expenditure occasioned by higher living rates, the money deducted from the miners' wages at our local collieries to meet levies for various charitable and other causes is by no means a small item. This in many instances amounts to as much as 12* percent ! which in itself is pregnant with celestial and mute eloquence. As regards the business portion of ...
MOTOR FATALITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 September 1914
MOTOR FATALITY. Whilst returning to Gunnedah from the Tamworth races in a motor car, Mr R. J. Nowland, a very old resident of Gunnedah, 'and proprietor of a line of coaches in the district was thrown out throuah the back tyre bursting. He died a few hours later from injuries received. Deceased was one of the last identities of the old coaching days, having run exten sive lines in the northern parts, and for many years up to the present plied between Coonabarabran and Gunnedah.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. New South Wales. RIVERINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 September 1914
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. New South Wales. '..': . fifvERINA. Chanter, J. M. (Lab) ... 13,273 *FaJkiner, F. B. S. ... 12,856 There are 1000 votes. to be counted. WERMWA. *Conroy,-A.tt. B. (Lib)... 13,066 'Lynch, J.. (Lab) .-... 12,383 There are 1043 votes to be counted. ; CALAEE.~ *Piggott; H. B. M. (Lib.)... '-12,019 Johnson, W. J. Lab. ... 11,134 There are 1852 votes to be counted.
FEDERAL ELECTIONS. THE SENATE. New South Wales. (On rolls, 1,084,452.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 September 1914
FEDERAL ELECTIONS. THE SENATE. New South Wales. (On rolls. 1.084.452.) 'Gardiner, A. (Lab.) ... 323,006 1;Gould, Sir A. (Lib.) ... 321,743 *M'Dougall A. (Lab.) ... 321,238 Grant, J. (Lab.) , ' ... 320,912 ;Muleri,E. D. (Lib.) ... 319,963 Watson, D. (Lab.) ... 317,454 ::Oates, O. W. (Lib.) ... 314,548 *Rae, A. (Lab.) ... 312,516 Ooen, F. (Lib,) ... 306,638 Smith, I. (Lab.) ... 304,786 Pratten, H. E. (Lib.) ... 303,739 Trethowan, A. E. (Lib.)... 300,792
CESSNOCK SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 September 1914
CESSNOCK SHOW. The following are the additional prizes won af the Cessnock Show : — PIGEONS. Dragon.— cock, B. J. Milgate ; hen, R. X Milgate ; any. variety, J. Brown, Ijiiitail, white cock, A. Gorkett ; -hen, A. Oorkett ; any variety cock, R. J. York. Tumblers, red-self cock, H. .Tacohfi : hen. W. L'. Morris : vallow self cock, 3. Helson; ben, J. Helson ; black self cockj R. J. York ; fien, H, Jacobs ; yellow muffled cock, J. Hel son ; hen, J. Helson ; any variety, J. Helson. Magpie : black cock, cham pion pigeon of show, H. Jacobs ; hen, W. L.'-Moms ; any variety cock or hen, H. Jacobs,' Working Homer, blue checiuered cock, R. J. York ; hen R. J.York; blue-barred cock, R. J, Milgate ; hen, R, J. York ; any var iety cock, R. J. York ; hen, R. J. York. Any variety pigeon, S. Fit ness. . Canaries. — yellow cock, J. B. M' Geachie;, variegated cock, E. Met calf ; hen, W. Howie ; Norwich buff, P. Crainpton. Dogs.— Fox terrier- dog, W.' E. Tafe, gold medal for best terrier in show ; Aust...
Cessnock Races. TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 September 1914
Cessnock Races. «... I ^ m ^ — .Ml. ^ to-moer6w.; Cessnock races are down for de cision to-morrow. Everything pro mises to go off well, and with favor able weather a great day's sport should result. The improvements at the course have been added to since last meeting and the arrange ments look tip-top. The district starter, judge, detective, and stipen diaries will operate, and nothing should be left to complain of. ' Bullfrog' anticipates as follows : Flying Handicap — Lucille, Ren-i argus. t '??'' ] Novice Handicap— Torvine out Hop-along-Cassidy. j Cessnock J.C. Handicap— Seaham ] or Alca. J Park Stokes— Lady Gozard or ] Tarvine. I Spring Handicap — Our Alf-orj Renargus. \J
Skull 25,000 Years Old. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 September 1914
Skull 25,000 Years 016. An Australian discovery, made by Professors David and Wilson, was« announced at the Science Congress' in Sydney. It is of the greatest im^ portance to the scientific World. The' discovery, which was first of fill made by a boundry rider on the Darling Downs, consists of an aboriginal J skull, believed to be 25,000 yeacs old. . The Despised to the Front 1 Fluteplayer, who was one time] ti-iiined in Cessnock where his lacing j abilities were looked on as being at I zero, has now two hurdle races toj his credit. The despised Fluteplayer] will win more races over hurdles. I Nothing German Wanted. I Country patriots have been kick J ing up a fuss' about German pianos! being used at Patriotic concerts! Even German music is objected to. m An Old Campaigner. A story is told of a chap who dosen't live in Cessuock, and who volunteered for the front. In his medical examination the doctor noticed a number of scars on the volunteer's head. Explanation fol lowed and it was...
UNUSUAL REQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 September 1914
UNUSUAL REQUEST. ' The committee of the Cessnock Jockey Club were ' knocked bandy' by a request to~pay the cost of a. special train to the races on Satur day. The procedure could not be understood in view of the fact that the attendance has been growing every meeting, and the train is a great paying venture. Probably the authorities consider the war might make a difference, aud they are tak ing no 'risks? : '?'-?'-?-. y: ?: v; ; ?;'.-? I^HHHHhhI
Germany's Dream. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 September 1914
Germany's Dream. . ' After the Storm ' is the title of a startling publication issued in Ger many a few' years ago. It is intended, to be prophetic. Really, it shows the tremendous confidence of the military casto in Prussia. With the publica tion are two mans of the. world. The first is entitled' Before the Storm.' It depicts the world exactly as it is at present, with the British and French colonies marked in red, Russia green, the Triple Alliance blue, China aud Japan yellow, and American purple.; Tho second map reprosoufcs the world jvsjt will be (aqcording totiermany) [?] Marks. Any variety, J. Miller. Bulldog, champion, G. Lindeman. Needlework, .r— . Hand-sewn petti - coat, F. Martin. Hemstitch hand kerchief, G. Bridge. Bead mats, 13. Thursby. Fancy work for articles, A. Skinner. Smocked dress, J. Bailey. Dpyleys, Jessie Rose. Boys' ., suit, Mrs. E. Owen. Plain needle work, L. Lewes. Mt. Mellick work, Jessie Rose. Tea cosy, Jestie Rose. Teacloths, Miss Sheddon. l£aitted hose, ...