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IS MR. CANN RIGHT? [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 18 September 1914

IS MR. CANN RIGHT ? » »♦ ? . ? The officials of the Cessnock Jockey Club were surprised when they heard that Mr Cann, Chief Secre tary, had informed a deputation that the eight days racing granted to^the Cessnock Club included one meeting foiFthe hospital . They contend that Mr Cann has evidently made a mis take And that he is. mixing up cor respondence of a later period. The increase of racing dates, from four days to tight, was ^granted to .Cess nock in 1910. . „ At this time hospital matters ., were ..moving , somewhat slowly, indeed it waa a movement only. The subject of a hospital race meeting was not broached till 1912, when a deputation waited ' on Mf. Flowers . and secured 'an extra day's racing. : This meeting eventuated on October 26, 1912, and made nine racing days for that year. The'com- mittees of both the Hospital and -the Jockey Club thought at the time that the meeting would become an annual one; but nep year they were refused a date. The only reason that they can gi...

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 — 18 September 1914

NOTICE ?-, ? Any person or . jbersQns shooting or trespassing in mjr p|fldocks .(Cntctivboy) from this date will tie prosecuted as the law directs. :' ' ' .? ?': ..??''?' .': ' ? A. Beckett, Ellalong. 8HIBE ADTEKTlSEMESTa y SHRIRE OFCESSHOCK. STREET LIGHTING. NOTICE is hereby given in accordance with the provisions of Section 142 of lhe''LociiI Government Act, 1906-08, that at a ^daly convened meetii-£ of the Council, Jiield on Monday, 31st August, .1914, the following Estimate was sahmiued and approved of, also the rate proposed to be midc and levied as Mentioned .hereunder, viz :— Cksssock Street Lighting Local Fund 1 - Income. Valuation of defined area the . :?? ? U.CVM^wWchis £32.446 ., . , at ad. in, the iB .wift.fcaljsr, ^6o3.f4 4 EXPENDITURE. ,..-?. ' *' ' . Adwinwljative^pcinsji, beuig^^ _ ^ ; . misc., printing, contribution .. ,-.; - - to Catcdcinian Collieries; Ltd. Audit Kees, etc, . ,^60314 4 The amonnt of the Local Rale levied is 2d. in the £ -on the Unimproved Capital ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RELIGIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 18 September 1914

St, Andrew's Preabytisrian Chvuth, , ^??{''?^ .:'- . OeESnock. ' .:'':?? ,'-?.?'.. :' Sunday Services, .September 20. Cessnock ii fAbemiWn;?— Mr. Allison. Cessnock 7.15, P-ilc-Jlbin it, Glenmore 2.30 .:-..— Atv.^.'Wftmpi-.^ ? . ?-?? ? ???'??:?; Alwrdare 11 -Mr. A. Thompson. »? .J Aberdafe 7— Mr. Gnggart. , Evening Subject tit CessnocV— ' Str'engtli out of the Memory of piur.\'ict6ries.;'T ' ? ' ' Kev.-.S.' Broftn.

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 — 18 September 1914

W~- -that's :M^bi||4^ypB v* f for a Hard Felt Hat when yon I can get it at Sid Monks and Go's - f or 9s 6d. This is the question you should ask yourself before going elsewhere. I r\ ?:v';v:. ''? ' ? ?? ? ~ !'?- AH Shapes and Sizes. | The above are real Sapper Shapes, made in lAgjani Specially to our own f. ? ? ? ...-.? design. . . ?*?' . , v' ? ? ? ? '.;??:, ? ?.'???*? ^litf^'P ?/??'? -, :?.'*? | Sid Mcmks & Co.- - ^ :- Gesshbbjj: |f ?' . — ' hat spiciaus^^-^ ?-? ??? Special Value in Spring and Summer Goods LADIES we invite an early visit of inspection of our New Spring and Summer Fashions. The daintiest production of the home and continental fashion centres are here displayed for your -inspection. The dainty Millinery and Dress Fabrics this season are simply charm ing. aud so are the prices. Every day we are opening up fresh goods and each shipment fully sustains the best traditions of the house for. good value. Crowds of satisfied buyers throng our counters daily. Are you ...

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 — 18 September 1914

CtEAR COMPLEXION PILLS. CLEAR %«W^0H WLIS. CLEAR COMPLEXION PILLS. ~ Remove PIMPLES,' BWXCHES.y^EDNESS-oI^Ue KOSE, BULI. H^SS of the BYBSi..8AIiIiQWNES§ of ' the . ;COMPJiEXioi!f, and that. TULB aad OPPBKS8IVE E^fejpiN^iltOT ffiSAiiS. The$ ..I'-Ate- the, GREAT REMEDY for CTjEANSINtrl the ; SYSTEH, '-PUSIFtlKO the BLOOD, curing CONSTIPATION, and' iNDI&ESTlON. Prevent gas TRITIS, SOOTHE the KEEVES.V'impart.ing VITALITY and viGorja. Invaluable; for banishing weariness, a,nd general lassitude, and removing BAD TASTE in THE MORNING, They afford relief in all cases of biliousness,: sick headache, .lowness of spirits. PILES, and iiOSS^ oi APPBirTB, '? They also act beneficially on the KIDNEYS. Taken REGUIiABlV .tHey ensure A CLEAR COM PLEXION, BRIGHT EifES, and -BlfiQOjailNG, RADIANT HEALTH. A Priceless Boon to Men and Women, ; : Insuring Regularity. .Sent : post free, under PJalu pbverv for ?/9. Three tunes the quantity for 6/0, post ft«e. JtjjKW; experience .the slightest difficu...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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The Explosion In New Zealand. Ex-Weston Residents Reported to be Among Victims. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 18 September 1914

' 0 The Explosion » « « In New Zealand. Ex-Weston Residents Reported to be Among Victims. We are informed that two ex Weston residents, is the persons of Messrs Dixon and Mitchison, are among the victims of the New Zealand mining disaster which oc curred last Saturday. Dixon is said to be identical with the Dixon who .fought and defeated Kembrey in the Cessnock Stadium.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Railway Accident AT WESTON. WELL-KNOWN RESIDENT RUN OVER. Dreadful Injuries. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 18 September 1914

Railway Accident AT WESTON. : WELL-KNOWN RESIDENT RUN OVER. Dreadful Injuries. A very serious accident is reported from Wesfcon, the victim of which is Mr. E. Aubin, President of the Weston Miners' Lodge and the Kurri Eurri Hospital. Mr. Aubin was found Besides the rails at about 1 o'clock this morning and there is little room for doubt that the unfor tunate man was run over by the last train from Cessnock, which .would mean that the victim had re mained in the position found for about one hour. Mr. Aubin's in juries were at once seen to be ex tensive. One of his arms , was almost severed and- one leg was. badly crushed, besides which there was a wound on the head. ' The -injured man was oonveyeT to ' the Kurri District Hospital, where it was found necessary to amputate the arm. An effort is being made to save the leg. Mr. Aubin's condition is serious as may well be imagined by the dreadful injuries received. The victim of the accident is well known are respected all over the coalfi...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WALLSEND RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 18 September 1914

?': ,;?.-....., .. .-;;-,,*?! .:.jW5'.v.i -?;?* WALLSEHD RACES. Wallsend iwtieV take -pjiaee to morrow. ' '? Bullfrog ' anticipates as follows:-^- ?'??'???- '': '.' ???? -.. ??'?'?' ; : Trial Handicap. 7 . '* ?'; - Linalbin .T. ??*?!' . 1- Queen |tioe ..»; -.^ 2 . Goolgar ? ;,. 3 ' Sports Handicap _, JbhnO'Groats ... 1 Grain ??? 2 Cathedx'al . ... .3 Welter Handicap. Sir Aymerill : ...' .1 Kef -i ... 2 La Faisane ... . & '. '?; Town Plate Handicap. . buss uegaiion ... * Lady Ogram i ... 2 Daddy v -- ... 3 ' Borough. Handicap. . . .Queen Rice .'.; -1 Light Guard ... 2 i Lord Nagari' ... , 3 . , Stewad'8 Handicap. ; , :.i^;, tpramaruiB^;^.V;jr- . ''^-\-\ ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 18 September 1914

t ? ??? ' ??'-..''-?-.... '? ? Buy Everything at Anthony Horderns ? ; ??w.;^i%v'«f:! .'-???'? ? ' ??.? ' -^iTMg-lnjfluBlwe plan of . ^buying eweryttHnEfit ^ AHTHQWy HaHDEBHy ? ?. Sanaa ? ; - Honey for ? ?? i ? ^- Town A^ountryWtka. c-.r^'-. iL. .- i m^mit^m^k^^kiinm ;?& : ' ,*: .t*i«EWJ'AUffi«»6Wt« #U». ??- HAVOC iriA-ifcerJtlCl'rf BOOKS, «4 HIFS . . ? : -'i^'Bpp«ffii|Mf%flC.S/;-?' i' -svr.i »:.-'??? ?':?; AHTHOH* aOIBWHS' WOK OETART ' BENT d^iFARiif AWXr *. 8ESTJ«l^k f ii4felMd.^iairtUiiW0RIH«EAI)WC &*A*?§i£\*-~:.^ ???.::-:-;.;;, ' -?:?. ? ;??-?,: .*.? -K*i:,-?p'j-:-?.-:.;.fz-:t. ;L ;.-;s . ..? ' METIT,^ CUSSO^-i *. ESSATS J : ' 1 ?mmmg^miMi ?-..- ? ? : ? .; 3BMztip«^p:v-:^v.':'.;; -.?.-?;'? - ?:- VStTE^rlM|li1«PIUCEtlST«IBMk-. ' ; : ''- ' ' L'?^N?»ij-'-':-.Kr.''.-' .???'-..-? —. ? ^ntfioftyHordBrn&Sons '?'??? ???'?S^S&te&^-i!'-'rf ? ? \ BHcKflc.d rtni, SYDNEY. ^ r'-f.^4v:.Vitf^'.':'-^ ?'-? ??????- -??. -I Owing ^»'|tbe«depra ssion atCobar Ji...

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The House of Hapsburg. THE EMPEROR'S LIFE ONE LONG TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 18 September 1914

The House of Hapsburg. THE EMPEROR'S- LIFE ONE LONG TRAGEDY. Though the ruler of a mighty Empire, the Emperor Francis Josef of Austria is one of the unhappiest men on earth. His life has been a series of tragedies. All his relatives have passed away under tragic cir cumstances, and he is left an old man, with one leg in the grave, his Empire threatened by Russia and revolution within. His Empress was assassinated in Switzerland ; she was stabbed to the heart by an anarchist. Previous to that his brother, Maxi milian, in 1865, when Emperor of Mexico, was shot dead by revolution ists, and his beautiful Empress went mad. Francis Josef's sons went mad and one committed; suicide. Other relatives were either killed or dfed in a lunatic asylum. Th'e beir ap parent and his wife were cruelly murdered a couple of months ago in Bosnia, and thejiew heir-apparent is married to a lady — one of a family of 20, 18 of whom are insane. Poor old Francis Josef 1 84 years of - age^ with trouble to the e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 25 September 1914

CLEAR COMPLEXION PIL1& CLEAR COMPLEXION PJLLS. '. . CLEAR COMPLEXION flUJS. CLEAR COMPLEXION PILLS. ?*??? /-j ??'.,- Remove pimples, blotches, -bedness .'.of fthe :itaSE, dull ness of the EYES, sallowness of the cojipiEXlON, and that FDLL and .OPPRESSIVE FEELING after MJ3A3JS: : They- are the GREAT REMEDY for CLEANSING the Sr$tfiM^'.PUB^1H KG the BLOOD, curing CPNSTIP4IIQ?,,, and; .IN^E^^^^r^ent .?'?gas,. tbitis, soothe the nerves, imparting vzi2&ii%;l&nd vigotjk Invaluable for banishing wea&iness and oikBi^ii: lassitude, . ' ? ? „. ? '';??.£? .??A^:.-i-:.- ???? ? : ?:? and removing bad taste in the mobning. ^.ia?he^CJiffoiid relief in '' ?' ' '' '-'?? ? ?? ? ? ?? '?'? ? ? -?. i'i^ xV ^/»'. 'i', ' - ? . .?' ?- all cases of BILIOUSNESS, SICK HEADACHE^laWSr*ilB:SS Of SPIBiTis. .' '?? .? ?..-'? '?'?????. ':.y--%&'.&X-&y—'-'' '??????? ?v-' PILES, and LOSS of APPETITE. They also^t Tbfeneficially oh the KIDNEYS. ? 'Taken begulably, t...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wallsend Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 25 September 1914

Wallsend Races. The public at Wallsend races did not made too good a start at picking out the winners the first day, but as the two last races were won. by favorites they got back some of their uwu. .iiie uuuuio vvub won uy Serrulata and Miss Legation. At the following day's, racing the public about held their own. Tbe double was won by Sir Aymerill and Miss Legation. : The Price of Flour. The Government has fixed the price of flour at £9 10s. per ton ; wheat 4s. 2d. per bushel ; and bread at 3R per 21b. loaf. Die-hards Wanted. Eggs are wanted for the front to prevent the soldiers from becoming eggshausted. They must, of course, i be fresh and able to- face the 'enemy.' Kaiser Bill changes his opinion. Kaiser Bill used to be an ardent admirer of the Highland Fling: But since he's been in France lately, and experienced Highland Fling (rather tbe fling out) by the Allies, he's right off it. The Eveleigh Hold-up. The Railway Commissioners have only got back £580 of the £3300 which they...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Billiard Tournament. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 25 September 1914

???Sfflmm*- Ano(^er.^i^;:bfp;liB* ^series of billiard tournamentf took place at the School of Arts oil* Monday last. There- ^b: -a yer^' fair^tiamBer present to witness this match of 75 up; and play in several instances, was very closely contested. ^ First Bound— E. .'Edmonds 3G on beat W- Sprihgbett 40 on;; A. G. Edw5rd| 4~3 on beat,H. Grant 30 on ; A. G. Iioyd 28 on beat G. Nattrass 20 on; J.. JBiggers,14 on beat J. Dahlin 22 oh; E., GreaveB 30 on beat D. -Gordon 14 on; H. Moore, scratch, beat L. Toralinson 30 on ; B. G. Briown 5' t»n beat W. Me Garvie 16 on; T. Ward 40 on beat J. Henderson 16 on; C. H. Biggers 40 on beat A. F. Erohn 10 behind. Byes — B. H. Shacleford, scratch.: H. Dibb, 16 on, 5,. Evans 43 on, H. Court 53 on, F. McBlane 30 on, J. Attwater 40 on, J. Kerr 40 on. Second Bound.— 'E. Edmonds 36 on beat A. G. Edwards 43 on; A. G. Jjloyd 28 on beat fr. Biggers 14 on, B. Greaves 30 on|-eat R. G. Brown 5 on ; H. Moore, scratch, beat T. Ward 40 oiti-BJj'H. Shacleford, scra...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Alas, Kaiser Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 25 September 1914

Alas, Kaiser Bill. More bad news for the Kaiser ; The English hop crop has given one of the largest yields for years, as well as one of the choicest quality. Police overcome war methods. The police rdade a raid on a Chinese fan-tan shop at Bedfern last week. The Chinese were entrenched behind barb-wire entanglements, and while the police succeeding in arrest ing a number of the fan-tan artists, police uniforms were much the worse for wear. The New . Zealand Government has 'sanctioned the enlistment of a force -of 200 Maoris for service abroad.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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An Unsolved Mystery. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 25 September 1914

An Unsolved Mystery. The mystery surrounding the find ing of the body of an unknown man, shot through the head and lashed to the thwarts of an ' upturned 14ft. skiff in Camp Cove, Watson's Bay, on August 20th, is still unsolved, Senior-detective Walker, Detective Pftn.iY-.fl n.nrl Sfirr/eanr. TVI'Mafstfir Viavfi worked on the case without avail, and at the inquest in Sydney on Tues day the city coroner, Mr. Hawkins, returned an open verdict. Evidence was given by Henry Christian Press, a boat proprietor at Woolloomooloo Bay, that a man about 22 years of age engaged the skiff from his station about half-past one on the afternoon of July 4. His face was pale, and he kept his hat well down over his eyes. M'M&ster detailed the man ner.in which deceased was lashed to the boat, and said the plug had been nnll*u3 nut: TMiat*A nrara Karta in flia boat that had apparently contained sand or' sandstone. Tbe body was much decomposed, and there was a bullet wound in the head, two inches ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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HINTS FOR THE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 25 September 1914

' HINTS FOrirHE; SHIRE COUNCIL; — — !' iyB^erbflfche Eagle'/ senas ttl«3| ^JfS^i^^bomMen^ln\ib|* nection; mm: ?jie^cent 3|ciBioin j»f Bjibdi^btf aM^fiWi^: v . -; Jt hOTOccurred^ime^at the council overlooked a Jew wattfes which coifld ?nq^mm'^'imW' mffil and sabaJwsi%vi».fI^pte^-v-vTae irV#»n^W^Krf«-rtslip tableB,pavet§foopthB, light tlie te9!ts,^na .l|^'%l 1$$$* *4rt^going auKn|fihe'|a^pW!^P^'th^^jght: fltec '['&&(£ -^^^^^i^aA '.» garbage. 53es1aro%e]f. ;-|^pbb^MQd|i be needed .^^Woi^.'^t'^^fi^.vtn1f-;Euri cbaser;ii— ^^fpl^f^BDjQffliei, 'would have to pay &r |3la^j^^fings, inolud|ng the gmyeIU^^t^^^i|Bye^bJu^jin: from the fenha^se^l^e ortheland, the couacillonsf ceflild Sffprd to grant themselves --5p§-ht^iflay, : leaving the UnspeSor ^ Ip thjp|podel suburb re sidents Carrie* om«Brything satis ^6r^,lffeP^el*hB\inin- uipls tf mm^Smjf *0 all peUera and^ buyelw .ipliDcludine tbe reiBiEWymC'pirfnoil should not

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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The Presbyterian Tartan Fair. SUCCESSFUL EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 25 September 1914

The Pre«bytenaii tartan Fair. ? SOCOESSf tf& EFFORT. The successful consummation of the Cessnock - Presbj'terian Church Tartan Fair .looked 'unlikely, when the wet weather of last week was taken into consideration, yet . the Presbyterians determined to proceed on witV the Fair. It proved; how ever, that the committee were wise in deciding to proceed with the function, for' weather conditions brightented. and on. Saturday after noon when the opening took place, the circumstances were inviting. The opening ceremony was performed by Mrs. W. McDonald of Bothbury. The following were present, and offered congratulatory remarks : — Rev. W. MiUs-Eobson (Methodist), Rev. Hogben (Congregational;, and Captain Percy (Salvation Army). The various stalls were attractively decorated, and their fair (attendants did good business during the ses sions. Rev. S. Brown and Mr. Allison did excellent work in organ ising the Fair,- and they, and all helpers are to be congratulated on the success ac...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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People Say: [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 25 September 1914

? ' '?? '' ''. , '?'' -V^.--.^ .' ' ? ?' : ' ' i .j,:v.'l 'lyy - *'.*' ?'' *'.'^' ' ? '-- That it is better to pay 2/6 down than 16/6 in court. That the necessary dog forms can be obtained at the 'Eagle' office. ' That Bettbira has a Judge living in the township. jChat BeUbird Hotel will' soon be :or»n^ for bu8u*e88. , V . ' . That Lloyd-George has designed the Kaiser, a lunatic . That picture shows will boom the coming season. \ ,.' That the wind blew up Bridge's HiH yesterday. - . That the Patriotic movement is not dead— but sleeping. That the water cart was badly needed this week. ' That the building of the Neath Hotel is now proceeding. . ... Thai aT number of local punters iaye'i'etired7 from the turf. 'ifai Me 'Church bf England Bazaar opens next Thursday. That the local coal trade is brisk and shows no sign of slackening. That after three inches of rain came three feet of wind to dry it up. That ' Paddy' is still regarded as champion 500 player of the School of Arts. That a l...

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Ellalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 25 September 1914

Ellalong * - ^conference between the-3erman Spy and Wire Whiskers took place on the tennis court last Sunday. I regret to state that reporters were barred from attending the confab, yet it is well known the subject un der discussion was the Ellalong patent soft saddle. It is understood the opy. naa neara 01 wire wninKei b test of the saddle, and desired to make a present of one to the Kaiser were their excellence up to reports.' For 60ms unaccountable reason Wire Whiskers was in a contanker ous humour, and beyond recognising and admitting the softness of the seat he would, give no information. The Spy tried all kinds of inducive. argument but with no result. At one time it looked as though war would be declared between England. arTd Germany. It is well known the . Spy has been preparing for war for for some time, which is testified to by his bulging musoles. An Ellalong contingent invaded Congewai last Sunday in response to a wireleBS message stating that one brazen lad from Gongewa...

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Current Notes Mining Cases. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 25 September 1914

€urren| WM Mining Cases. The charges brought : against cer tain officers of the Federation and miners' lodges over tbe afternoon shift trouble, will be heard at the Newcastle Court next Tuesday. Clothing for Soldiers. A large, consignment, of clothing for the men at the front left New castle last Tuesday. The consign ment mostly comprised full suits, all of which were new. 4 Per Cent The Premier stated in the House that next week he intends to ask lor a bill to be passed giving the Government power to borrow at a rate of interest exceeding i per cent. English Mines Slack. ; Advices from England show that the coal mines -have experienced a very slaok time since the commence ment of hostilities. Some of the collieries are only wojfkingjone day a ?Week.''1'.-J.';:X.-'-;'-1' : ' ''?? ? . ' \' ''?? ' ? ARaclngWeik: . _- ''? The biggest glutton for rabing should have' had enough of it this week. Wallsend races were on Tuesday and Wednesday, GoBfbrd on Thursday, and Boolaroo races are down...

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