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MAITLAND RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 October 1914

MAITLAND RACES. ? ? » The Maitland races are down for decision to-morrow, and Mr. Allan Anderson, the energetic secretary, as usual, has all the arrangements in apple pie order. Visitors from Cess nock will be in ample time by leaving by the 12.15 train, which will con nect at Maitland with a train right to the course. ' Bullfrog' anticipates as follows:— - Flying Handicap. ' Courageous ... 1 \ Bazetta ... 2 Hillcrest ... 3 Welter Handicap. Scout Master ... 1 Develop ... 2 Lord Nagar '. ' ... 3 Maitland Handicap, Magas ... 1 Coominya ... 2 Niris ? 3 ' Novice Handicap. Queen Bice ??? 1 Mask Eliza ... 2 Main Feather ... 3 Rutherford Handicap. Bazetta ... 1 Scout Master ... 2 Boulgoney ... 3

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"PLAY THE MAN." ADDRESS BY MR. ALLISON. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 October 1914

'PLAY THE MAN.' Address by Mb. Allison. 'Play the Man' was the sub ject of Mr. Allison's address at the Presbyterian Church on Sunday night last, to a very fair congregation. Special hymns and psalms were chosen to fit in with the subject. Mr. Allison took for his text 2 Samuel, 10-12-^' Be of good cour age, and let us play the men for our people, and. for the cities of our God.' In reference to the present great conflict in Europe, be said it was the duty of all Christians to pray for its speedy ending, so that peace and goodwill will reignonce Jigain among nations. In these days patriotism was well to the fore, and people mis-calculated the meaning of a true patriot. A man who gives a sum to a fund is a patriot in one sense of the word, but to be a true patriot a man must live with high ideals. Patriot No. 1 was the man who fears God, and -who-lived only for God. He urged everyone to read the first six chapters of the book of Nehemiab, and see how, notwithstanding the many temta t...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Pertinent Questions. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 October 1914

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Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Cycling. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 October 1914

Cycling. 1 m The Cessnock Bicycle Club (unreg) M are holding their road race to Mait- M- land and back this Pay Ssturaay, t^« October 3rd. There are 11 prizes. ^m the first being a ' Royal Eacer ' 9 bicycle, value £15 (donated and built m by Messrs.^ iPirth and; Stolley of '^M Cecsnock) and a leg in for the Hen- m nings Cup, value £4 4s 6d. donated 9 by|E. Hennings, Cessnock. Points m. will also be given in the point scone S competition foe the gold' medal, value 9 £3 3s., donated by J. Everitt, Cess- 3 nock. The race' starts and finishes 1 at Atiwftter's Hotel (etarting1at^,30 ' shai^) turning at . Fishery Creek A BHdgej Maitland. 'The following '' handicaps have been declared by ' the club's handicapper, Mi W. B. McB^th ;— ^H. Xiing, fltrafch, W. - NertH^; 1 min ? B. Dayis, 2 mb. 30 ?ec, P; Baus 3 min, N; Xang 3 min, ;9 J-tBauiBj '$ v^WfW^ 5 jGoin, B. -M ^.?fle^%ii.E|wBd^T6;.'^^i^^BoiB, * % '6'^in-^.';t^,rjS.^;~'^|p46n,7 ' J inin, ^3; Jfee;?Ciiiiri. i30 iBecs^^att- '| j&in...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 October 1914

The 5cst Pictures only-are shown at the ? CINEMA. -W Saturday's Star: A Great Domestic t-rama \ fly \\^ l|[ Qg D0II6 Wednesday's Star : Sixty YeJBUfS . a~ QueeR Any Woman would jump sit the chance ,_ a JS8ER. fi - of iputting her WEDDING FiNaER. ^ag^T'^d|3Bfl^rr-^^te ^through one of iny GOLDEN ? ?'-.' ? . '.''«.* Everytime.ehe looks at it, she'll THINK ^rt^^^~\ JMress? OF YOU, and that fact alone should 'rfv-^^^S^SbS^^^^^ induce you to HUBBY HfiB along ^^^^^^^^W^'S®^ Each of my Wedding Rings is a MASCOTTE and means that when you tie the Knot, it will be FOB THE betteh and not for worse* ' I can offer. You a WEDDING Ring at a price You'll readily admit is low. ? ?_ ? V J. EVERITT, mk The Cessnock Jeweller, **^^ ONLY ONE SHOP, Between the Two Banks. - ? ? . .. . ? Maitland Races, TO-MORROW Saturday, Opt. 3rd, Large Entries.. Splendid FieWs. Great Sport. Trains Right to the Course. ALLAN ANDEBSON, Secretary. Clearance Sale by Auction of FURI*0URE AND GENERAL EFFECTS. At PITT'S MART, Vi...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Notes from Our Boys in Camp. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 October 1914

Notes from Our Boys in Camp. « ? ♦ Great have been the happenings in camp during the recent rainy weather : for instance, the hermits of Wowser's Retreat — Alf. Evans, Bob Boundy, Billy Webb,; Jack Haning ton, Myles McRae, Will Gaynor, Alf. Ellis, Norman Humphries and Jack Baillie had. to remain awake all night lest they be washed away. In some instances parties were ac tually driven out of their tents, and is, however at last dry, and we are once more on solid tetra firma. The sobriquet — sometimes justly earnest — given by the boys to their tents are amusing ; as for instance Wowsers' Retreat, Fairy Bower, The Knuts, Tom Tits, True Britishers kc. each justly term its nickname, .but some do not ; as for example, The ?Royal Eight, are not in any sense^ Royal, the Hotels Australia and^ Metrropole are, not like the. originals, likewise the Rawson Cafe ' and Pro caders. ? ' ' ' In conclusion might we assure Cessnock parents and citizens that their lads, who are in great spirits ,&a...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 October 1914

'jjlie greit; :&jtri pDaeaflnougil 'tlefi ibi i^wfc , ! \ ' i The jjep^le flifeered like 'fun, /-' ' :?' '-i,\ ,i .: : ^egw^ipwij^.flew^miliefeakl'' ' -v''» irTThe yarsliip fired k^guniV'' l /'? rf)- ». ^ '

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Current Notes A Good Move. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 October 1914

Current Notes A Good Move. ~ (The ^Vallsehd Jockey Club are again moving in the matter of the extension r of, tbB tram line to the ;*acefQurse. The ' patrons of this Gly.b, a^p, pui;; Jto inconvenience by having & lengthy distance to travel to get tb the racecourse. The move is one in the right direction.: Methodist ? The Rev. W. G. Taylor (Sydney) accompanied by Rev. W. H. Howard (Maitland) visited vCessnock on Monday last. The reverend gentle men preached powerful sermons at two special meetings, their remarks being followed with keen interest. New Railway. The bill for permission to build a railway line from Cessnock to Cockle Creek may come before Parliament at any time. It is un derstood that the Caledonian Co. will proceed with the work immedia tely should the bill go through. The construction, of this line at the present time would afford work for a large number of unemployed. Furniture Sale. Mr. J. J. Pitt, auctioneer, will sell at his rooms, on Saturday morning, at ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Ellaong. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 October 1914

- ? .'-? .' ' ' ?-?/ - ?*'s'- ? -' - ? '? ' ?- The bflU^tp . fes held to-njght .will: unquestionably be the event of the., season, and' the good folk of the; district :are';iooking° forward to ; the bime^of .tkeir' lives— including your correspondent. ' .'-*?' It is understood that the prospec tus /of a gigantic stadium for Cpn gewai is about to be issued. There should be little difficulty about the syndicate being, tormed, because tbe people are. hot on it and' there are over 100 aspirants for championship honors.' j A number of local young men are considering seriously of going to the front. We are developing into glut tons for fight. The Ellalong boys would be sure to make a name for themselves. The German Spy is op posed to local troops going. It is reported that Comino Bros, have opened a first-class barber's establishment in the old blacksmith's shop. Ladies' hairdressing is to be a feature of,, the business. A lady was seen coming from the shop the . other -day, whether she w...

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Wollombi [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 October 1914

WOLLOMBI           Wollombi was en fete last week end, when the people of the district were called upon to patronise a ball and race meeting in aid of the patriotic fund. The Ball on Friday night served as an introduction to the race meeting the following day. Seeing that the profit realised from the ball totalled £21, they is no need to say it was a huge success, and those having the working up of the social event are deserving of : every credit for its complete aud successful issue.   .Horses appeared to roll up from all directions for the races, the atten dance of public and horses being only surpassed by the great crowd at the recent Laguna races. The Jiook makersiroin Sandy Creek and other centres were there in full force, and were soon engaged doing brisk busi ness. As the first four wio/iers were favorites the. books fared badly, and atone time it looked as if they would jbe cleaned right put. After...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Ellalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 9 October 1914

/^BijQI^g.. ; A report was current on Saturday morning that an aeroplane was' seen hovering -mp£ the township. . On investigation ' it was found there was no need for alarm, as it was only the 'Eagle' making its weekly visit. .:. ; Civil war lias not broken out here yet, although judging from feeling expressed in no uncertain manner the first pitched battle may be ex pected at a#y time. As the generals have decided jjpt to allow a war cor respondent at the front news of operations is meagre, and like the war news from Europe, is a little un reliable. The headers of the armies have, however, been observed sharp ening their axes so repeatedly that it is evident a man does not require to be as wise as old Solomon was to predict there {something afoot. One of the knights from Ellalong, like the knights of ancient history, bearing there lived away up at the head of Cpngewai a brave knight whose deeds had won him renown, determined to conquer him. Last week he, in all his dignity and afte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 9 October 1914

? ? . ? ? '- .? ??? f ? ?' ' . ?-..' \ ' Gould Bros. & Co. Timber Merchants, (Near Railway Gates, Gessnock) *- We are now in a position to supply all Building Material 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 lipme be iu any part of Cessuock or Aberdare, wo are prepared to deliver in quick time your smallest requirement. If you have a proscription we will send for it and deliver the medicine again. Our Pharmacy is equipped on the most up-to-dato 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. PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, Telephones? V1XCENT-STREET, CESSNOOK. ;£ ^ IT PAYS TO DRESS WELL, fXHEN LET ME TAILOR YOUR SUIT I will turn out a smart, serviceable, hard-wearing suit at price and quality that co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 9 October 1914

CLEAR COMPLEXION PILLS. CLEAR COMPLEXION PJLLS. CLEAR COMPLEXION PILLS. : CLEAR COMPLEXION PIL1S. ^ Remove pimples, blotches, redness ^ of the nose, DuiiL JiEjBS1 of ;the' EWESr SlLIJOWNESS of ttijB * pOMT^BSlO^ ,»nd that FULL and OPPEESSIVE 'feeling after k»A£s. ''They are the OBEAT REMEDY for . CLEANSING the SYSTEM, PUEIFyiNG the BLOOD, curing CONSTIPATION, and INDIGESTION. ' Prevent gas tritis, SOOTHE the NERVES, imparting V1TALITF. and VIGOUR Invaluable for banishing WEARINESS -ao3 GENERAL LASSIT0DE, and removing BAD TASTE in THE M0RNIN6. ISiBy afford relief in all cases of BILIOUSNESS, SICK HEADACHE,,, XtQWNESS Of SPIRITS. piles, and LOSS of appetite. They also'* act beneficially on the kidneys. Taken ? regularly they ensure A CLEAR COM' PLEXION, BRIGHT EYES, and BLOOMING, RADIANT HEALTH. A Priceless Boon to Men and Women, v; Insuring Regularity. Sent post free, -under Plain Oover, for^/9. JThree times the quantity for 6/6, post iree It you experience *he slightest difficulty i...

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Wollombi. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 9 October 1914

Wollombi. The committee having the patrio tic movement in hand at Wollombi have made up their 'totals and find the receipts totalled £129. This shows the energy put into the move ment, which was. initiated by a prominent resident, whose name has never $tt^Bitirw^-iti : '^-rinfc,' for \ the x^mm^MA list: Wtt it. ^Fh& gentlen-an 'Jiast ^worked all-iilong in conjunction, w^th Mr. Joe Post, the sectary, Tfee balance sheet ? has been duly ? audited, and half . the money has bj&en forwarded? to the Lord Mayor's Fund, and half to the Belgian FunS. The following re ceipts show how the money was raised r^Wo^bmbi liBt (per A. Graj^I £8358.M:i-l-airyarm list {per Wr McMullen), £13 5s. 6d ; Millfield list, {per It. /Tv iBternbeok), £8 2s. 6d ; Wollombi list (per Messrs. Campbell and Dougheisfy, £6 17s. i6d. ; Payne's Crossing List (per C. Johnson), li Is; Sweetman's Creek list (per R, Slack) £3 10s. €d. : Wollombi list, (per Q. G. Jarrett) £2 5s. :' Wattagan and Laguna list (per...

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The Heart of War The Story of What Happened and a Peep Behind the Scenes. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 9 October 1914

The Heart of War The Story of What Happened and a Peep Behind the Scenes. . , (By E'agar . Wallace, Special War Correspondent). Hush of war and brawl of war al ternate.- Banging of big drums in vite a gaping world's attention, earn est' and highly paid strategists of the press speak of that struggle which is about to cbmmence — and does not. A hundred times they say 'this is the lull before the storm,' . . . and say it over and over again. AU these' engagements, big and little, these forays, herioc charges and counter charges, these whirring aeroplanes buzzing angrily ' over armed camp, these splendid rushes of Uhlans upon barbed wire, these' fine cool Belgian defences — consider them ali as the 'first cloths of war— -the cloths that fall upon the stage while the great scene is being-set behind. ~. What minds have the -German general, staff 7 Two, it would seem ; Arm^lrjorps^niafchifig Sorth [arid south and return again to their orig inal station. Always they come hack to the centre...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 9 October 1914

To stand ;tjie Season .at Gess^-4;(and Travel the s-ittrpuhdirig Cinrtct^Th43?|(H-d' Horse ' Postinliy is ;a Ste3;' Gtr^v^bout -\6\ liands iiigli, 4 year? 6)di;':nnu'.||L./spleiidid. Hackney, with ; excellent' ;ijualH-^ '::Postiriby is from Grey Bess,- % Fo^leVTOy^osjiilio)), ,by Tositano (iinp) from Ct^oriella, bjvLochile, son -jfPrinoi Charlie, fraftAbercqrp;-;, Dam Cinnomen, by GpldsbotbOgh, grand sire of Fisherman^. ' ? '???. ? -*?'?' ??' '???' '? ? :- Poslilis from Undine *by-. lvrupp, son of Muskett,,.from .'Lw^lie,'. tiy^TJie Drummer, son o'f Ratterplan.'from Syrene, liy Vatterdea TronvMiss Pitefprd! by Eijstbrd (imp) ftoin 'tisperence, by Glaucas(imp) from Blue Bell, by Johanna from_ X2uadr6ctrjJ..(iipp)f; Grey ' Bess from- pure Arabic ittire,' by Notruaiiby. II, by . Jlprmanby ? I {imp),:mnnfr6T^ydney Cqp 1885'. r ' . ; ?;?; v: . MoskeUr-.sirc of ICfuppi »^s'a1s-j siro of Carbine. '? . . TERMS ^a^bs.','.Reducljonona(Ie 'lor Two '?? , ,oV;inore Marev .Good Paddock.:i?ifb^i4S...

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Luguna People Say: [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 9 October 1914

Luguna People Say : ? » ? p : That the Luguna forts, are pre paring for a German invasion. That the Lily of Laguna is still single and going strong. That the Dairy Arm horse Des patch is open to- run Joy B. one furlong for a fiver. i That .a black bottle' was1 fodfad in ^fiio^aves* rind-ias- caused much Bpgculatipn.fas to its origin. , ;. . ^;- feUows diink?' is tote referred to the CesBnock' historian.- ' ?; ' -V - Thai the. Comedy. Cp.; had a good house, in Yarigo Hall ^on the 3rd, to yritness their masterpiece, 'Charlie, ' UjtofvYtu.'. ?;.' ( ???' ' ?'?;_ {\ '?.' That the kitchen tea a'* Mount Aubun pnihe^iyth inst. promises to 'be a ^Bry'sUviery oper as all presents i1 tire tbile E..B. or silverware; -..''

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Taree Eisteddfod. CESSNOCK CHOIR SECURES SECOND PRIZE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 9 October 1914

Taree Eisteddfod. . . '??' «. CESSNOCK . GHQIE SECURES SECOND PRIZE. About 40- members of the local choir journeyed- to Taree to compete in the eisteddfod held there on Thursday, Friday. and Saturday last, and all speak with most.eulog ostic reference of their trip. Those who could not find it convenient to avail themselves of the earliest train on Wednesday, took advantage of later trains. As the result of the labour of Mr. Afis Hamerj secretary of Cessnock choir/ concession tickets were obtained. Certain of the ladies in some contingents, thoughtfully provided refreshments, which to gether With the spontaneous fun, the journey resplyed . itself into one pro tracted 'pleasure. ' '/' Wnile*iat Taree, the eisteddfod: committee did everything conducive to the enjoyment of the visitors, with the result that the visitors left with the most exalted opinions of the Taree-ees. Uporilatrival they were' met by motor and other conveyances. The ladies to become the guests of the Taree people, ...

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Weather Forecast. For the "Eagle" [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 9 October 1914

^;«-':lfl|fe^eb Forecast. . ?.??':-. ; . -.:- --t::^ -jwjbr th6 'Eaglet.,/ ., . !Ttie; Ihaicatiohs' during [the next seven 'days ipoiaiV to cool-: southerly chtfnge in the coastal die trict s with some scattered Bhowers, associated ;withi)tra^ae)i?inp.Uloes.. . -_;.s

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 9 October 1914

?i Stud Note. ?* - .''? '?.*.-'? * '_ ?* „_' V TO STAND THE SEASON at the ' 'HOMESTEAD,' BELFORD. Brilliant Lad ; SIRE, Plucky Willie, winner of first and . ; champion prizes at Royal Show, Sydney, 1909, 1910, and 191 1, champion prize at - Royal Show, Sydney, 1912 and 1913, first and champion prizes, Hawkesbury Show in i 1908, 1909- and 4910,- champion prize at f - Hawkesbury Show in 191'i' and 1912, also' ?.?:', first fHze at the Hawkesbury horse '.parade, . ' 1909 : second prize and reserve champion at j. the Roya) Sligw, Sydney; 1908; first prizelaiid '; premium of l3o guineas for best ^talljontifany . . ?. draught|bree^ at the -Koyal^amde.ySytoejV' i I9r4. -He- also gained first; champion jfinA '- trophy valued 20 guineas at Singleton, 191 1 : *? g sire, Welcome Willie, a great prize-taker, and one of llie best breeding horses in North Otago » 6 gsirc,^-J|ydes-Ja.le Willie, who gained the followifigpnws, TffcV— 1892/ first, Maffra and North Gippsland Shows ; 1893, '?: first at ...

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