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Loves Young Dream. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 23 October 1914

^?|»^;^*|i|;:WB|ifc.':. ? Tlio'f ilibvying Is the text of,1 a; leller, Avntteii by a schodl-gii'l to one ^fto, 'oilbae., between,' which wai picked up.in^ M|in-.sfcreet fotf Satur~-f ^#* — fwBBBOok,' '16-10-1914.— Dear Rene.— I saw you coming home and who you oame home. with. Bett6is;I|?wilt, oever speak to you again, you have done your dash now for you isaid that you were not speaking -to Rr— . N— or D— - L — . I do-sot iviBh to speak to you again. Andylf slpu like you can tell R. — N.^-r ,\yl£at I Boid about him. — I remain, Ih- W — .'

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Presbyterian Church Items [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 23 October 1914

Prdtfyterian Chureh Items Last Sunday $Kentag.' considering the inclemency pttbe wafttbOT,vtheTe WaBt»gooa«bnjgWgati0n. Mr, Brown gave the second of bis Bpeeial ser monBonputh, tit* Steal Girl. These sermons have occasioned considerable interest. ?' We have heard fihein f av oumblr^poken ol several tiniest ^ftjgr fiie usual intimations, Mr. Brown Annonncolfl the results of the teoenjfc bazaar, -Jhe proceeds were 'SQyiSll. - The expenses amounted to £20/11/6, leafing a balance in hand of £67/8/7. Of this £50 is to ?wdmse^ihe'Jebt on the *hurchpro Se#es, ^wbile (ho remainder is to gat the interest upon the remain of the overoraf t as it comes due. this' we might add £21 from the Bessie Frazer-Ooncert. ThereBults of the«xato]iiations of the General Assembly ot Australia are nowj» hand, and we note* with pleasure thai three competitors from our Sunday School were successful. Osborne Allen won the prize for the essay 'on SFrancis Willard; while Willie Dnrie won a coitificate of merit in ...

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 — 23 October 1914

Election Notice Shite Election. J. D. O' SULLIVAN Who is a candidate for the extraord idary vacancy in G Biding of the Cessnock Shire Council, the election day for which has bsen fixed for Saturday, ? 7th JJovember, 1914, desires -to announce to the general public if elected he will devote strict attention fo the requirements of the town . and country, and will work energetically and conscientiously for the general good of the whole of the shire. His experience in both town and country matters is of a varied character, and ?lie lias proved himself to be an energetic worker in all matters generally. The country roads were better maintained under Government con trol : than under the present shire supervision, and the -jost ito the tax payer was less.-' * Witlr: increased taxation the roads arc given less attention. I only ask for one, trial, and if elected promise to do .my l»st to make extensive alterations for the better in the Shire Council. (Signed), J. D. O'SULLiyAN. R.C. ChurcK ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Country Splashes A Millfield Challenge. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 23 October 1914

^^?^^^m^fW^WM [?] A oig chap from .Millfield has issued a fjhaUengeto the world— particularly to' the little world com' prising thelffillfield, Ellalong and Congewai districts— that he *and his partner will engage at tennis any pair that, can be dug up. After he has put the acceptors of Wb chal lenge under* at tennis, he and his partner will engage them at a waltz ing contest. A chap from Bellbird. who, by-the-way, must be a bit of an all-round sport, has accepted the challenge on condition that the Mill field man meet him in the roped square after the other two. contests have been decided. / An Acquisition. A correspondent states that the Ellalong cricket team has secured the services of a great left-hand bowler from Congewai. There is no question that he will prove a great acquisition to the team, and when he , sends along the ' googy ' ones the defence will be penetrated. ° #aten The Wollombi people began to think there was liklihood of a flood during the week. The creek ran a ba...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Election Notice [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 23 October 1914

Election Notice J. Y. TULL60H : begs to an nounce that he is a Candidate for the vacancy in ' C ' Biding. In a lew words : — To the Ratepayers of the Town Areas. (I) He is a resident and ratepayer of ' C ' Biding. (II) He stands for ECONOMY in. administering the affairs of the Council, and he will give keen atten tion to the many matters which are now urgently calling for notice. .:-?? (III) He will always .be ready to CONFER with residents to work for any undertaking tending to the wel fare of the public. (IV). He will pay particular and prompt attention to those streets that have long been neglected.

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 — 23 October 1914

Weather Forecast. For the 'Eagle' The conditions during the next seven days are in favour of more rain and thunderstorms, due to the influence of an Antaitic V distur bance in ike south, and a monsoonal depression in the north.. At firs,t warm &qd gulta^ httt ear)) next week & joool southerly change should affeot the coastal

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Thank the Japanese for the Scarcity of War News. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 23 October 1914

Thank the Japanese for the Scarcity of War News. It was the. Japanese who first cen isored war news and prevented war correspondents from joining the Japanese Army. Presnmen can'there fore tonk the Japs -for instituting the new departure; and the public can fllso thank them for the scarcity of war news coming through from Europe. The Japs must be very :inteUigent in these matters, other wise why should the nations follow thnir lead? ' ' In the old days, before the advent of telegraphy, the people got full and authentic information direct from the battlefield per medium of special couriers. If the riewB came slowly it was at least reliable and BUre. With all our advances in science, we re ceive comparatively little from the battlefield ; and by the time it reaches us here, after going, through a dozen hands, the account is muti lated, News received to-day is fre quently contvadictea to-morrow. ^Sinoe the war correspondent has been squelched at headquarters, the public are almost forg...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To the Country Constituents. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 23 October 1914

To the Country Constituents. . He would say, beware of the sophis tries of other candidates., and not be led astray, as there never was a time that your, interests were in more danger than at present. Be sure to roll up to his meetings, when lie will give a clear insight into the situation now confronting you. J. Y. TULLOCH will address ratepayers as follows; Ellalong, ... 31st Oct. at 3 p.m. Millfield ... ., „ 4.30 Laguna ... „ „ 6.30 Wollombi ... „ ,,8 Hotel Abermain 2nd Nov. „ 7,30 Hotel Aberdare „ „ 8.30 Hotel Bellbird 3rd Nov.,, 8 Mt. View School 4th Nov. „ 8 Attwater's Hotel, Cessnock 6th Nov. „ 8

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 — 23 October 1914

B^uUtulJSpring Goods ara , , Now Showing, The Latest Creations. Beautiful and Chic Goods. Our Prices have not advanced owing to the War ^liane-sili Quints l|td. = T|i6 Price Reducers. If its to be had it's HERE——! In Medicines, patent ot proprietary remedies, or pharmacy sundries our stock is complete. Wo have scores of items nol to lie found else\vhere in this locality, ' We also handle proprietary remedies that are not advertised for sale by as ; ?' our aim being to provide, as far as possible, everything that anybody in the community has need of. EVANS, PHARMACIST CESSNOCK. Topics for the Warm Weather ., We Jbave just Opened our New Stock 'of ' k Vr -y-i :,.: ^mmCT^^irementS Buifc^rfor. thrifty * Housewives. ' '! '?'? , Nothing 'tallies better than a Cool, Be- ''' freshing Glass of Water in Hot Weather. Nothing Looks or Tastes Better than nice Firm Butter in the middle ot Summer 1 - ; \.. ?''??rSwipr* ?'???? In Solving the above problems call and inspect our . Large Bange of .. ^...

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 — 23 October 1914

^^^ \Sendme a Bott/ejjf Coughs and CoHs he has over had, ' -tffc CESSIMOCK_ HOTEL. Under Entirely New Management. The proprietor of the Ccssnock Hold desires to intimate thai patrons may. rely upon every addition. The Cuisine, attendance and appointments are of the best, likewise the brands, of Ales, Wines, am] Spirits. ^ Extreme care and supervision of management is the watchword, and the general- conduct of the hotel will be found right up-to-date in every department. James Attwater, Proprietor, Cessn'ock Hotel, Ccssnock. To Avoid Disappointment p , . ^S^JS^w. Spring & Summer Suit MEASURE f^f^S H|| Last year we had to. turn orders ^^^/jBmfcW H^H away and as we do not want a f^feBEI^&k . | I repetition of this we ask you to ^ W* affi^^M' \Jw ? ., ? ._& Suilable.JRange of '' '? .'« '—----?? ? jHfcEXiK?*;.' W, **-*?M » New Season's Patterns. ' . _^^^^ft 1 ? Don't forget tlie address ? ^^^ ? R. PEART a Man Depends THE PEOPLE'S TAILOR, -?* ** ™°r'* **? fW the Fa...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shire Election Pars. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 23 October 1914

Shire Election Pars. The voting at last shire election was: S. W. Snape 517, Baddeley 423/J. Y. ffulloch 364, M. Bafflie 257, J. p. O'Suliivan 217. Informal 15. ; Last election being a general one each voter had two votes, on this occasion there being one vaoancy only, of course there shall be only one vote. A considerable amount of interest is being taken in the forthcoming extraordinary election. N As the election date approaches even keener interest will be manifested. A record - _».. vote is sure to take place. Mr. Arthur Biggers, who is a can didate for shire honors, has been a great worker for Cessnock district, and feels competent to give a. good account of himself in the workings of the shire if elected. His work on hehalf of the town is well known, for he has been . concerned in every movement, for the advancement and welfare ef the town. He is an ardent worker for a municipality for Cess nock, and claims that were Cessnock a municipality the move would prove beneficial to ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Current Notes Railway Petition. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 23 October 1914

[?] Railway Petition. - ^ ^ A petition is being, taken aiwind the town in favor of the*eonstracia|pn' of a Railway line* from.-5|pe^snbck|ip 4pdckle :ft3reelt, ; by ibp?. iQaledo^fn '?- OoalGo; ^ TKo-e y?fi^ave;th^|i|eti|.' jbipn in hand spun) on obtaining t|ie sl^natupes?; of jati jtjijB j^jflfl ' in' -io^jr, and district, ?:--^Wi^mPi^|8ifl/.4fe-!i triet ^iUftl^ becftnfa^spd.; fj ;fa Blirinised thflr«r,^wiU ??'w'jfc&mtiipa ii the nearest point #- JSUftlopg, Vvluch complete/ wul be* tnonst^tjonp, and j wiU be prosented fcy the .tebfe of: Splendid Barley. . ..As an example of what can be grownin Cessnock in a good season, Mr A. McMillan, of Bridge street, Qessnoek.ileft at our office a splendid 6ample; of 'barley. The sample was just on 5 feet in length, and would do credit to the Maitland mud flats. Sudden Death. Morgan 'James, a miner, was found dead in the street, near BraDxton Railway Station on Sun day morning. Morgan James will be remembered as a boxer of some repute. A...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Abermain Water Supply. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 31 October 1914

? ?' ??-.-?.-??:??.???'.- ?\v.tl*.\:.t.iv-.*--r-: -;-':/*: j. ^t^SJWB^^^gif^lj^' 'ter and Sewerage Board thfe applica- ; ^on of tbi , Aiwrmaui^Tl^rjr;3Qom^ pany, IM,t for permission to erect 'stanapipes ind to supply water from ? their; metered service to residents' at Abettnain.jOotliery No. 2 wjast»ri sidered. The secretary reported that the ' superintendent of the cbmpauy had/inquired last week whether the Doara-wouia npw. De prepared to al low the Company to so supply. The board decided to inform, the superin tendent that the conditions under which the board would be prepared to supply water had been communi cated to the shire clerk, Cessnock, onj 19th May last, but no reply had yet been received from,, that body. The board also decided to write to the Cessnock Shire Council pointing, out^ in reply to the inquiry of the shire president that the board could not vary the conditions referred to in previous correspondence,' as, it was considered the. local government au thority shou...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Millfield Challenge. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 31 October 1914

The Milifield Challenge. The challenge mentioned in the 'Eagle' last week has brought for ward some correspondence. .It apr pears the. challenge was issued by the tennis champion of Sweetman's Creek- . The big chap from Milifield said, 'I'm your Moses,' and the money was covered in no time. The chap from MHlSeld began to show such form that the Sweetman Creek player squibbed it, but volunteered to find a man to -waltz him. Amid much ceremony the money was re turned, and to keep, the man from the creek quiet, the Milifreldite said he would waltz the man who squib bed. Where the Bellbird knight comes in; is a puzzle, but if he is looking for figiifc a message from Mill field recommends him to take a walk to Ellalong where howill be accom modated in one of the stadiums. ?''-:' .': I!.1 '. ? ? Turkey has re-affirmed her neu trality. She is saying it so many times over that it creates suspicion. It is upt what Turkey Bays, it is what she does that interests the world, lijd jjhp Saiyjng h...

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 — 31 October 1914

'v'::r'J:::- ?-????? ' ' '-??% Wfiffv : ' , ''~ Qua?- ''???'?. ...-' Timber Merchants, ; V V : (Near Railway Gates, Cessnock) 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 home he iu any part 'of Cessnock or Abcrdare, we are 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 and wo 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, y Telephone 52 VI N; CENT-STREET, CES9NOOK. J. Hartley, specialist, Has Removed to more Comodiou? Premises, right opposite Hampton's Hotel, VINCENT-STREET, CESSNOCK. A IT...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 31 October 1914

/-X, e^- -no *,v - I * A. ? M'-IYSTS-H AST'S j SPECIALS. IRREGULARITIES. : 'The fill that Will.' CUARAIU C3 under the Put FjoJ c'. 1.28 ? ' '—— Post Fhe, 3/6 per Box. b'ankifao ured and So'ri only by /A. MEYEp-HA; T. . . SOlHualer St, Mbaxks « . , : ... - ote==Below Sorby's.) ADDRESS ALl LETTERS A. MEYER-HART. Sea thnt each box lias this nime on'y AU OTHERS *1E SPJBIOUS. To bB obtained only at J 301 HUNTER ST.. NEWS SR£. CLEAR COMPLEXION PILLS. CLEAR COMPLEXION PJLLS. CLEAR COMPLEXION PILLS. CLEAR COMPLEXION PILLS. Eemove PIMPLES, BLOTCHES, REDNESS of the NOSE, DULL NESS of 'tfie ETESV BALIiOWNESS.' pt tjl© ,_ COMPLETION, Anft tbafc fdll and 0PPHES6IVE feeling aftei 'MEALS They are the GBEAT BEMEDY for CLnANSING tbe SY81EU, PUBIFMNG the blood, curing constipation, and INDIGESTION. : Prevent gas tritis, SO OTHE the NEBVES, impaiiing VITALITY and VIGOUB Invaluable for banishing W£AB»?£SS and.. GENERAL LASSITPDE, and removing BAD TASTE in THE MOBNINGj. They afford relief in all cases o...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Ellalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 31 October 1914

Ellalong. Mr Harry Bridge, our popular all round sport, met with an accident recently. It appears he was driving up a hill when an Ellalong cyclist came scorching over the brow of the bill. The cyclist did not notice the vehicle in front and to avoid a colli sion Mr Bridge drew over to an em utuuuiittnc wiiu such suoaenness u\sx one of the shafts of his vehicle snap ped off. He avoided a collision with the cost solely to himself. A phil anthropist surely is our Harry. Our own 'Snowy ' met with an accident last week which might have resulted most seriously. He was driving along when the wheel of the ? sulky struck a- stump, and he executed one of the prettiest sommersaults seen since the visit of Wirth's circus, fle fell in a nice soft place, and though he was not hurt, his appearance was by no means attractive after he had dragged himself from the mud. The victim of the accident is now quite himself since he got his clothes brushed. At a meeting held on Saturday evening a reckoning ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Wollombi. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 31 October 1914

Wollombi. m$bo iflrit^tibn'olSttos represen tative bocly of Wollombi residents a number of members of the commit tee of the Cessnock District Hospi tal visited tbat centre on Saturday evening. The party included Messrs Matt. BaiUie (president), J. M. Bad deley (vice-president), J. Brown Xsec- j-etary),; A, Biggers, , W. jBaillie, and E. Ijbrd. ; ' Eaoli of the )?a,rty npoke on hospital matters, pointing out the financial support that was needed to maintain such an institution. There was a Very fair attendance of resi dents, -who demonstrated their de sire to help along the district hospi tal. Rev. Rees, in thanking the speakers, flaid they could' rely on the Wollombi people doing their share in the up-keep of the hospital. The visitors enjoyed their outing, and re turned home satisfied in every way with their treatment. In connection with the above a meeting was field, at which it was decided ^to hold a race meeting at Wollombi at an early date, and also further agreed to help theio...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Cessnock Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 31 October 1914

Cessnock Races. The Cessnock Jockey Club races are , down for decision ' to-morrow. With a big entry, a fair class of horses, and the course in splendid going order, it will be surprising indeed if the attendance is not large. The usual special train arrangements men are : sure to comprise a large contingent. Locally the races are being looked forward to, and quite a number of town, horses are engaged, ' Bullfrog' fancies as follows : Aber dare Mile — Lord Polwarth 1, Silent Princess 2, CD. 3. Flying Handicap —Equipage 1, Our Alf 2, Little Dixie 3. Novice Handicap — Jack Hamp ton 1, Mainfeather 2, Sealsfcer 3. y Cessnock Handicap— Cheri. Cheri 1, '* Scoutmaster 2, Plaintaih 3. Welter — Moaria 1, Suundance 2, Jack Hampton 3. _ ' /

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Hospital Saturday TO-MORROW, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31st. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 31 October 1914

HospitalSaturday T0-M0BB0W, SATUBDAY, OCTOBER 31st. One of the most patent inventions that acme as the result of the ad vance of civilivation is the unanimity, of spirit on the part of a number of units. And as illustrative of the uni fication of action we have combines with finances as their goal, we have legislative assemblys with thejr ob jects the bettering of social systems, we have vends to control prices, we have Unions that make for better working -conditions, etc., etc. To wards a like' consummation — a bet ter existing state — society has found it expedient to unify, from time to time, to control its various institu tions. For the moral welfare the combine takes the form of churches. For the educational, the continuation schools, private and public schools, parents and citizens' associations, Schools of art,* etc. For the physical welfare (last, but not least), ambu lance classes and hospitals. Now that the Hospital is a literal fact, ft should not be forgotten that its ca...

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