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

Congewai. The exploits of our tracker has brought forth -a very interesting ex ample of his capabilities. He was persuing his usual tactics of follow ing the footprints of single women, and one day he followed some prints for three miles when, to his horror; he found he had tracked an elderly married -woman. To th-s day he has never forgiven himself for his mistake, but contends that the old lady must have been wearing her daughter's shoes. ? , A pitched battle between the Greeks and the Turks is hourly ex pected. During the fortnight some skirmishes ' took place and the wounded are making rapid progress towards recovery. The fortifications are to loe rebuilt, which will be guarded jnight and day. The Turks 'have' consulted a well-known general iii dessnock with a view of using methods of strategy.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Weather Forecast. For the "Eagle" [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 25 September 1914

WftftwFoMCMt1 v For tba 'Eagle' Southerly winds on the coast with showers hfthe!BoulhBrn-diBtricts. . Sine Inland forthe present, bat there are indications during the next seven days ior the development o! sultry, thundery eon&itionB over the M|j[f^ Wierjbe

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

Tobacco Growing. ... .. .. ? ^ .- . ?-, v- ?- . — j.. ^^ ? w ' ??' ? ??? . ? ^dnie of the farmers in the. Tam worth district are «d. dissatisfied, with the prices they have obtained for tobacco leaf this year that they are abandoning the industry, and will put all. their land under wheat. On the other hand the Chinese are going .in for tobacco growing more extensi vely. It would appear as. if tb^e Chinaman is more easily' satisfied than the white man.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR NOTE BOOK. The Naval Disaster. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 25 September 1914

l^»OTB|bc«. The Naval Disaster. The sinking of three BHtisb cruisers by German, submarines brings home more pronounced the bombshell that; Admiral Percy Scott stirred the world with only a few months ago, when he declared that the advent of the submarine and air ship would place the Dreadnought obsolete. The sinking of these warships which must certainly mean great Iosb of life, will pass a Bhadow of gloom, over the whole Empire.. We know the object of the Germans is to attack with her small craft, in the hope of doing great damage to the larger ships of the British fleet, but one cannot help admiring the bravery of the crews of these little vessels, who set out on then- dangerous errand. These raids are the greatest danger to the British navy, whose whole fleet has to be afloat. Different tatics to those of waiting for the foe that never appears will have to come into operation, and more forcible means taken to bring the enemy out ofits safe retreat. Another Blunder. Close upon Sth...

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 — 25 September 1914

[?] Stud Notices. TO STAND THE. SEA8ON at the ??HOMESTEM).' , BELFORD. Brilliant Lad SIRE, Plucky Willie, winner or first and champion prizes at Royal Show, Sydney, 1909, 1910, and 1911, champion prize at Royal Shpw, Sydney, 1912 and 1913, first and champion prizes, llawkesbury Show in J908, 1909 and- {910, champion prize at. Hawkesbury Show in 191 1 and 1912, also first prize at the Hawkesbury horse parade, I909 : second price and reserve champion at . the Royal Show, ^Sydney, 1908; first prizejand premium of 100 {p}i n eas for.-best stallion of any .draught Urcid at the Royal Parade,' Sydney, 4912. He also gained first, champion and' trophy valued 20 guineas at Singleton, 1911 ; £ sire, Welcome Willie, a great prize-laker, and bnc of the best breeding horses in North iOtago ; g gsire, Clydesdale Willie, . ivho Rained the following prises, vis :— 1892; first, Maflra and North Gippsland Shows ; 1893, flrst at North Gippsland in his ou'n class, and _ first prize competing against all...

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 — 25 September 1914

p:; . r\0$:0y4WQ W- for a Hard Felt #iat when you if-- ? ' ??'???? ? :; E' can get it at ft- Q in Mnnl/o null 1**111 i^ ? ? ? ? ? (I This is the question you should ask yourself p before going elsewhere. If/. :???«: ??..-? ^fy- :^^- ,??-??.-? ,;?? ,,:::?:. fe:-r ' :?? r :- ..:?-??'* A.; -,,,?.:,/ , ... v?: |§g;0. ? All Shapes aiil Sizes. P^ The above are real Dapper Shapes, made In England Specially to our «wn p Sjd Monks & Co* - - -^Cessnoek K ? HAT SPECIAUSTS. — r— ft Special Value in I Spring and Summer ^?S-vv- ' . .. . .-??_? 5j,E ; LADIES we invite an early visit of inspection of our New Spring 0. and Summer Fashions. The daintiest production of the home and P ' ' continental fashion centres -are here displayed, for your inspection. | The dainty Millinery and Dress Fabrics this season are simply charm - ;\'- ' ing and -so are the prices. Everyday we are opening up fresh goods £.'':- .and each shipment fully sustains the best traditions of the house for i'. good value. C...

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 — 25 September 1914

WMST cuss*} IpsK COIIGHS^COLDS W Wt ' CESSNOCK HOTEL. Under Entirely New Management* The proprietor of the Cessnock Hotel desires to intimate that patrons may rely upon every attention. Tlie Cuisine, attendance and appointments are of the best, likewise the brands, of Ales, Wines, and Spirits. Extreme care and supervision of management is the watchword, and the general conduct of I he hotel will be found right up-to-date in every department. James A tt water, Proprietor. Ccssnock Hotel, Cessnock. To Avoid Disappointment p-w^^ CSkS^V Spring & Summer Suit MEASURE J)Y* J HI Last year we had to turn orders **^'^ /JRMH&F9 B ? away and as we do not want a l'ijNBB& H B repetition of this we ask you to ' U MJmw&L. - JL^W come along early. \j mT ^jfflh-^Jl New Season's Patterns. _.^^^*^W ? ? Don't forget the address— — — . ^ ? *? ? R. PEART/y, Man Depends THE PEOPLE'S TAILOR, .°* * ****** * the Fitting of Kb Cloth* Vincent St., Cessnock. ? ---«?» d. dOHNSON, P...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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WANTED: A MUSEUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 25 September 1914

? . ? . ~T^ ???;? ?!.';? ?,:;'5;;-i WANTED: A MUSEUM. While it must Readmitted oneyer|r; hand that Ahe r^og^asion^ 'Ges&f nock has been rapid, still we mult remember that . that-very progrese makes it'^.U -fiie more difficult to keep . pace ^vith- the requirements. The School ^ Arts, for instance, wi^e^grd^ij^Jjn jpppularity, falte shbrt%f 'wTiat i£ should be. ; How to populanse the institution is a ques tion 'of momjgpt to^lie committee, the-aienibers ^of which are always willing to receive suggestions. One suggestion which might be adopted with success is the starting of a museum- in connection with the in stitution. It will be admitted that such an innovation would be' wel-'. cpme^, 'ian'dj'lHiere' should -be very little cUfficiuliyii _? the matter. .v.If the matter we^i^dienpJEi and fpeely a-l- vertiserJ, tbjBr^Bre' many town and district rej^&jEits )who would assist ^y|3^|n|t;^h^iiit8»;v,Tnei inoyement orily&eeds atarfii^and with the as eistanjt^l&am...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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A WORTHY BODY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 25 September 1914

A WORTHY BODY. ,.-.;? :.?* -?^rU-.-.w,..!;;-, .... -_- 1. « 1 - A body that is xleBernng of far greater recognition than' it generally receives at the hands of the public is the Ambulance Corps. Wa^are apt to overlook the good that is -i()ne by the members of the local Corps who, without thought ofj^^rdl, and with a whole-hearted desire to do good, give their: time and labors to their fellow men. How little the public think of lending a helping hand to the Corps by evea-^ying^ them a tithe of the recognition that is due? From inquiry we learn that the local Ambulance Corps has treated over 300 cases, and it behoves the public to at least give its members the ap preciation the efforts of its members call forth. The good these institu tions do is being more amply demon strated at the seat of Y7a£and should cause us to remember our own. The members of the local Corps willingly lend their assistance at race meeting, where they and their.butfit is always on hand in case of accident. At l...

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 — 25 September 1914

'i y^W^?&0i:&;-&s:^%^0&-:$M SSI RIP ? '?: ?.-??????--.? ??'??' -'-/' ?'??'? .?''????S^i'.'''-'J'^\-'-V': :'^'-:W^:^ '— ??'?-'?-- r.T.V J-''-';. :' ? , ' ^;-'fSir; -, ? ''???: ? .- ? ,.. -? .:?:;.; -.?';''??.-.? - Y. ?:?:*? ?'$???* ?..-? ; ;';-r ??:; ?.?-?,.-- ?.;?? -::^i-.- Beautiful Spring Goods aari - ;! 4 SB .. ??;; ?: . ; ? .? : titw i^h-«i||:i^|| II The Latest Creations. iewitjful iird Chta fitwlt ? ' Our Prices have not advanced owlnf to tht W«r ^ v^i ?'-??:??. ;. . This JRfilcto ? Reducers* '?' ? v . , ^; h 'J$M ' If its to be had ifsHERE— ^! In Medicine*, patent or proprieUry remedies, . or pharmacy landrle* our stock is complete. . ^ ^ ^ Wo have score* of items not to be found elsewhere in this locality. ' We also handle proprietary remedies that are not wdvertiscd for sale by us ; ouraimleiggto provide, as tar as possible, everything that anybody rathe community has need of. EVANS, PHARMACIST CESftNOCK. Topics for the Warm Weather i ,{ We ha...

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"THE INDIAN PERIL" [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 25 September 1914

'THE INDIAN PERIL' Is the subject of a scries of articles, lately appearing- in the 'Times.' The writer sa-s 'A standard ?f prosperity never previousK approached comades with a situation ne r comparably st- fltenaaniT. A larffe section of the In iianspress devote^ itself to ji irelentlesg campaign designed to undermine' -he mote acute racial antagonisms ' The writer further -statcsthat owinff to this propag-anda periodical assassinations of officials and loyal Indian public ser vants are attempted, and often effect ed Its general effects -are also found in other forms In Bengal, dacoity ha,s become a diversion of educated; youths, and victims and law-abiding1 people are unwilling or afraid to as sist the ends of justice In the Punjab, where new towns 'are springing; up and the wealth of the cultivators has far advanced, the increase of serious -crime 'Three districts have 6,000 per cent as many murders as the? United King dom, and thefts burg-lanes, grievous hurt, and dacoities are ...

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 — 25 September 1914

SETTINGS NOW HEADY— Rtdman's Pamous Laying Strain *f Hens mated with Faim Range Cockerdj winners at Gattan's raying Comperttion. Also Silver Wyndottes, A. G. Gould's Siruin or Hens mated vith 7obling*s Cockerels, winner of the Winter TestatHawksbniyCoaege. s/.perseL L.^TV.MORUIS.

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

Soolaroo Races. . ' ?'?' Bullfrog' anticipates as follows for the various events run at Bool aroo to-morrow : — ~ WelterMile. Sir Aymenll ... 1 Niris ... ... 2 La Faisane ... ... 3 Flying Handicap. Boulgoney ..- ... 1 Charter Laddie ... 2 Bazetta;/ ? 3 Maiden Handicap. SweetStep-,.. ... l Mainfeather..» ??? 2 Irak ..; ... 3 Spring Handicap. Daddy \: ... ... 1 Lady Ogram ... 2 Coominya ? 3 Teralba Handicap. BoxSea.t ? 1 Banalba* ? 2 Steel Gun ? 3

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 — 25 September 1914

Sti Andrew's 'Pres^yteiian Church, ? :';'- ?^??.?i-.-::.^;wiippk^1 .'%?;;_??%$ '??'- Sunday Services, September 27. ./-' i^ssnodc }i,ih \VS MeDonalii;- -; : Aberdore 11, Belibird 3, Cessnock 7.15, Mr Allison. 1'atriotic Service^ Subject: ?V Play the Matj?1 ? Aberdare 7, Mr Metcair . Aberwai'h /, Mr Gagga'rt ;..-' ' TO LET — Rrick Cottage on McGnme's Estate. Every convenience. . W. J. LANE, McGrane's Estate. WANTED. Three or Four CAEPENTBBS. ; Ooly competent men need apply. E.G.PALMEB, Hall's Estate, Oessnock; To Stand the Season at 'Baraba,' Ellalong. Littleton Trustful. Imported English Hackney Stallion, registered in Hackney. Stud Hook. -Winner of 3 First prizes and Cup in England, ? ; This horse has 'good bone, and is Aickset will) any inioant of action, lie is suitable to produce ahnyreinouuts. . ? Fee -' ~ £? 70s, For further'^ particulars apply to W. E. STERNUECK (in charge).. STOCK AND PIG SALES, CESSNOCK. Snape Bros, have received instruc tions from Owners to sell by Auction...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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THE LONELIEST MISSION IN THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 25 September 1914

THE tON£UE$T «I»8IO« IM THE - Only ouce a jear &6ps news arrive at Ungava, #uj g^eat acebound pro-, vince between Labrador and Hudson Bay — the loneliest 'l^s$:on station in the wbrid. Tie Rey, S. M. Steward, who comprises aaUQthe staff of the miss,ipnt which is conducted under the ausjpjces of the Qolpmal and Contin ental Church Society, 4s «t -present spending a brief furlough m Engrland HTho 'jnost anxious moment of tfee year,'' he' says, '»&*, wh'eij1 the Hud son Bay Company's .vessel from Eng land is sighted, -anfl we are watting' t& knofv ^hf th'er sh^ bniyrs vs good -neips or ill. A few -Kears ago my fur lough* was nearly du^, ^iftd-J was look Ing- fpim-ard to g-ettj^ bat^c *o «ee my jpld- father in Inlan%! Then the ship came, ai-4 I found that he bad died nine months befoteV' Fprr ^e- last eighteen months Wt^ Stewart hte had a colleague to sb^re'his 'solUufle, but for twelve jearV -before that be earned on his tforfc siOgle-iHincle^. Over an atea of p...

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

[?] The great battle ^jlong the Aisne still contmura, Ibe'sstruggle having been on now over a week, and there is every indication of the Allies being .suceessiul;/y;''t:-^^. ,. ? .'? It is offidially announced that the Bussians have oooupied Wislok. .- . - Several divisions. of Belgians have left Antwerp, . £ffli; are advancing against the Germany army based at Brussels. -.-''C{^;'^.V^' '? The MontepBgrfnB are placing heavy long-range ;guns on Mount Lovchen capable 'of dismantling Cattaro fortB, they are also bombar fng the Austrian ships. The Bussian cjdiser Bayrn en gaged aqd sunk German mine layers. Onty 48 out of * complement of 848 on the AboukJr Were saved. ' A number of the British survivers from the the dtsasj^r are being con veyed to Amsterdam; They will be compelled to remain m Holland un til the terminatio|i;bl the war. The sunken cniisers had 28 naval;, cadets abotfrd, who had been called up for mMshipnieB's duties at the Outbreak of ;$he£Waft ?'?'??'? -t'-. *- -V ~ ~'n ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor. PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 25 September 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. J To the Editor. , . PATB1OTI0 m$V, Sir. — As many j-t yotu^readers may also be of the' same opinlo'h, as 'Bembesi ' in regard to the apparent lack jot interest on the 'part t-i 'our townspeople in the Patriotic move ment, I hasten to state the Com mittee and others have not lost any, of then enthusiasm exacted in the first move made to raise funds for this purpose. I understand-tbajrfcbe Patriotic Fund committee has other means than those already adopted for the purpose of keeping the move ment alive, but possibly it is not advisable to make all these calk on the citizens at one time and I .think we can trust to the able committee to place something in the class of a concert or other entertainment before ^a^wj«1n^up|^rtel«;*uon 'as yaw

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

PATRIOTIC. A meeting of the committee of the Patriotic committee was held in the School of Arts last night. There was a large attendance and a num ber of movements to accumulate funds ware proposed. Mr. A. E. Westcott was in the chair. Among the suggestions were : That the heads of the Superior Public 'School and theConvent be written to, to see if a joint carnival could be arranged, Arrangements were left in the hands of Bevs. B. Gampbdl and W, MiUs Bobson to arrange tor a Patriotic Sunday. ? ^, .'

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

Gould Bros, k Go. Timber Merchants, (Near Railway Gates, Gessnock) We. are now itv a position to supply all Building Material . t-- ; ' '- i.1 \ : '. ' ? ??:? :. ?? necessary for the completion of any Building at the Shortest Notice. ' . ????? ? '?— ''- Our Delivery System brings to your door — no matter where you may reside — the perfect service of Our Model Pharmacy Should your home be in any part of Cessnock or Aberdare, we arc prepared to deliver in quick time your smallest requirement. If you have a prescription we will send for it and deliver the medicine again. Our Pharmacy is equipped on the most up-to-date lines ami 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, MRS. PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, Tclcpliunu 52 VINCENT-STREET, CESSNOCK. A IT PAYS TO DRESS WELL. fillip THEN LET ME TAILOR YOUR SUIT Tfjmm7 1 will turn out a smart, serviceable, tanSR hard-wearing suit at price...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Letters for the Front. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 25 September 1914

Letters for the Front In order to facilitate prompt de livery of letters and other postal articles for members of the Austra lian Imperial Force, the announce ment is made by Mr. W. G. Spence, the PoBtma8ter-General, that should be addressed as follows : Number (if any), rank, and name ; then following headquarters, squadron, company, etc. ; brigade, 1st Australian Division or 1st Light Horse Brigade— Eng- land.

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