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Death at the Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 31 October 1914

Death at the Hospital. There died at the Cessnock Hos pital on Sunday last a young man named George - Wilson. The de ceased was injured about the head in the Pelaw Main Colliery some 8 or 9 months ago, and it was the result of this accident that brouehfc about his demise. Since the accident Mr. Wilson was a sufferer from a growth in the head, and had been an inmate of the Kuril Hospital. The remains of the. deceased were interred in the Church of England portion of Cess nock Cemetery on Monday. Unusual. A stoppage of work occurred at the Extended Colliery on Monday after noon, the cause being an accident to the rope. The defect was soon rem edied, and the colliery resumed work next morning. It was something unusual to hear the three whistles blow. A Good Match. Joe Shakespeare has succeeded in making a match between Billy McNabb and Dick Peterson. This meeting should attract a great crowd. Peterson has verdicts over Black Paddj and Jack Evans, «o it is evi dent that McNabb will requ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 31 October 1914

Cricket. « ? — : ? A meeting of Cessnock : and Dis- , trict Cricket Association was held at . Fullick's refreshment rooms on Wed nesday evening last, when a good at tendance was present. Mr. R. J. Snape occupied the chair. It was decided to purchase the medals and make presentation of game to the ... premiers — Abermain C.C. — on Wed- ;'; nesday, 11th November. Following are the fixtures for the first round : — PDaloDglv, ^ ^thbi^^^s-SiQwfl-; Cessnpck Junidrs-v. Ekerts, at j$k erts ; Shop Assistants, bye. Novein- . , Ijer l£th and 21--Ellalo'ng y.Bkerts, '. at the Oval ; Shop Assistants v*Rbtli- ' .buryj at Bpthbury ; Cessnock Jun idrs, bye. November 26th and De cember 5th— Jllli^ong y, Oissnpck Juniors, at EUalong; Shop Assis- . ;tants v. Bkerts, -at Jibe Oval] Spth- : bury, bye. December'!? jiijd^tjj— EUaloqg f,^8hpp ^ssiajianjt^, , ji(t ilie lTOll5C|s8^pdk llu^ote^itothbury, at^iajlijiryi E)|[rtV^i*yp- ?'? :..;' The^pwing ^represent '? the jtearn of Jnnipre'ieiec'ted' torpiay aga...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
People Say: [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 31 October 1914

^m^M. That there's a chap in town flasher than Dunne's new milk cart. That people are wondering which will be settled first — the afternoon shift or the war. That the October meeting of Cess nock Jockey Club eventuates to morrow. .'That the number of entries re ceived make for a most successful fixture — bar rain. That the well-favored conditions of our district as compared with other districts is 'a matter of congrat ulatory comment. That -there is every reason to be lieve that the fruit crop will be a re cord for the district. That since the installation of the new rope at Bellbird Colliery the out put is augmented and operations fa cilitated. - . That things are running smoothly —to the satisfaction of management and men. That when the Germans 'sack' a town, they give the citizens the 'bul- let.' - That lii-nn : Q'linn's ' Hospital window' is vary appropriate to the occasion. : ;ii' That the summer mentioned last week as lost has been found. Such is the Eagle's power. ' . That th...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Correspondence. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 31 October 1914

[?] ;«*^spf';;|^ v ^pp»&!$rdafiee with fm *«: j^ort JBeraBnt ^announcement noti||'ing ^hpa^^ptufti of Mr. Gr'^iBdse ior;th6 forthcoming shire election it is claim efl that Jie is the selected can diopifef the^bardatjB (Political La borLeaebe. and also the Abnrrln.vo Progress ^Association.- Having my doubts as tb the authenticity of the above at %as refreshing ip me to learn thai:, the so called selection 'was of a hole;: and- corner character and did SrwtVbioe'the wishes of a. representa- tive meeting of either i-ody. ; fThie .i-fesolution passed at last ;Thur|daV's meeting by' both organis ation^ proves to me that , the demo cratic epint of the people 'of Abei dare^B not to be trifled wifii. fi£Jn^o,unmi6takable,!roauiner they have notified that : Mr C. L. Bose is not the selected representative as claimed, of either the Aberdare Poli tical fiabor League . or /the Aberdare jProgfJ^ss Association. ' ..? ,. ?; ''' ' '^ Should the P.L.L. have decided to 1 elect ia^andidate I^ ...

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

Osssnock District Hospital. At the usual monthly meeting; of the above institution, presided over by Mr. Matt. Baillie and/held in th«- : boardroom at the Hospital 'oofltubs day evening, the following wera.p-$a- '''*' ent :r-Messrs R. liaing, A. A. Joass, W. -Baillie, T. Lloyd, Q. Perkins, R. ?4t' ? j; is la Tl7US4-a?nt.J T -Tnlinntsinn 0M. BiggeTB, G. StedBon, J1. Leckie, W.; Fairlie, and J. Brown (secretary). An apology for non-attendance was? i^ired from Mr. A Biggers. Information was solicited by Son.* Constable Gray, Wollombi, regarding hospital matters, and the cost of a cot, with the object of having one provided by the school ? children of that district.— The secretary was in structed to reply.' From the Stores Supply Commit tee, regarding local firms willing to supply hospital furniture at lower rates than the writer's.— The secre tary's reply was approved. _ From the Minister tor runup Health, re the change for basins in the Hospital, and stating that the cost to the commi...

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

? . ??? r ? js,..'\_.'.1 ,t -. ... Stud Notices, TO STAND THE SEASON at the ' HOMESTEAD.' BELFORD. Brilliant Lad SIRE, Plucky Willie, winner of first and champion prizes at Royal Show, Sydney, I9°9i 1910, and 1911, champion prize at Royal Show, Sydney, 1912 and 1913, first and champion prizes, Hawkeshary Show in 1908, 1909 and 1910, champion , prize at Hawkesbury Show in 19'tl'and 1912, also first prize at the Uawkesbury horse parade, ' 1909 : second prize and reserve champion at the Royal Show, Sydney, 1908; first priiejand premium of loo guineas for best stallion of any draught breed at the .Royal Parade, Sydney, 1912. He also gained first,, champion and trophy, valued 20 guineas at Singleton, 1911 : g sire, Welcome Willie, a great prize-taker, . and one of the best breeding horses in North .- - Otago ; g g sire, Clydesdale Willie, who v gained the following prizes, vii :—I%2, first, Maffra and North Gippsland Shows ; 1893, ; first at North Gippstand in his own class, and first pr...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Just another Knock. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 31 October 1914

Just another Knock. The poor, long suffering punter has a lot to put up with, but manages to feel satisfied when he gets a run for his money. But sometimes he does not get the usual run. So it hap pened last Saturday at Newcastle races. In the Noviee Akil, by Hy man, was made a hot not, but the public didn't get even the usual run, for the' horse broke away from his rider and raced in the wrong direc tion. The field was dispatched with out him, and the thermometer, or barometer, whichever punters' bank ing accounts are measured by, fell* accordingly.

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

EHaWng Patriotic Fund. . Being late in the field to show our patriotism, we received little support from the neighbouring to wn- ; fihips as these bad ftlready confcri bu'Wd to «ther liflts. - :WiBJ ^jrefptfe, :hel4 a 'patriotic CbaJl mi Joperied a !$; totalling in all £35/9/3; The ball was not; as successful as ex after the*. following donations were received I :, Miss Bourne, piano ; C. Chappian, ball, beef tea and sugar; H; JMdge, butter ; A. Beckett, milk ; V; tCh-Jman -£1 J L. Chapman 10s. . The natsbies appearuig on vtb.e? list Ar- ;fl| JftiIliaSra*^-Mpri' :-'ana.^jfe^.;P|erce,; £5, i H 'W-Bridge, £3 w t J Bjidge, 'ft?UW Brjage£4 ^8 ? Bra fridge/ 41 IjObj fi JM £1 ^iS r&xAUen by ^8 ^dir J^3 Ferrder, 10b «d ; B piertolOsfld jltrsS A Ajlea IQsU;. f :CUrklps flaia Heniy ips 8d ; I Bridge 10s ; '-JN- Ji iSiernbeok JOs j J Allen 40s ; a J»epiceM:iu- miss js TaiBEe^B ^ 6d; T^HiiJl' Spi ^Hall 58V; A; HftU^B ; H Vernpn 5s * I Smith 5b ; W- flpweil ljs ; ^.CraftV 5s ;^H Sail 5s...

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

Shire Hecti-msi; ;- ?? ARTHUR DIGGERS will address: the ^lectpte »tfV^v ? '?'. Bidmg,a8ff6U6w8^^ | ;,;':,' Mr. Bridge's Hvibe shop! ,'pllttlon^, Saturday,' Oot. 3ist, at 7i80. i ? ? ^ Mr, O'Neill^ wine shop, Bellbird, Monday, Nov. 2nd, at 7.30. \ Garratt's Hotel, Abermain, Tuesday, Nov. 3rd, at 7.30. - Bellbird Hotel, Wednesday, Nov. 4th at 7.30. v J : - .. Caledonian Hotel, Aberdare, Thurs day, Nov. 5th, at 7.30. : AttwateVs Hotel, Cessnock, Friday, Nov. 6th, 7.30 p.m. ? { ? ? .-. Winkleman's Hotel, ' Cessnock, at 8.30 p.m. .; , ??--' . -??; ;, J. Y. TULrbCHbegB. to an nounce that he is a^Candidftte for the vacancy in 'C ' Biding. f In a few words : — ' . a l. To the Ratepayers of the Town Areas'. (I) He is a resident arid ratepayer. of.'C' Biding. ' ? ' .V ' (II), He stands for econoMV in administeriofi the affairs of f the: Council, arid he will giv^ keeniittenT tion to the many 'matters wlfti?h jfef, now urgently calling for notice.'''' is (HI) HonvilVA^WA^'li^iJwIsLt^ confer wi...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
City Broke Horses. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 31 October 1914

City Broke Horses. ^ A m 1 m Nothing equals a city education for a horse. He comes off the. farm, full of life and vim, innocent of the sights and sounds which crowds the city's day from start to finish. On city streets he finds experience wholly new, strange and affrighting. Hitched with a staid and seasoned mate, he enters the congested downtown traf fic and is promptly engulfed in a maelstrom of currents which threa ten to extinguish him. With the roar of the elevated railway over head mingle the clatter and clank of the trolly car, the startling exhaust and -siren of the motor car, the clang ing gong of the fire patrol, the madly galloping horses drawing the fire en gines, and the shouts and curses of teamsters with heavy laden trucks. It is indeed a poor place for colts, but with firm and~kindly guidance the green horse quickly season to these sights and sounds until none of them moves him. He is city broke. And yet, a big upstanding high headed 1,700-pound horse stood hitched ...

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

' .:.--? RJDlsilJssion. r . The mission under the auspices of the B.C. Church, which wajs fcoterm: inate; at this, weeken^, w^ -eoYiea: '$&£? week. .,' |t. is' b,em| ^mi j^id^t^^edf o,n? ihe. gflQci work of the^v. ES*liiS»-,:Pavry^pa:!Joyoe is

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

only are showa at the - — J-- ???-'?;: CINEMA. *** Friday : Regeneration. Saturday : A Great 'Drama ##»-. PROTEA. -*?=# ' BIG PURCHASE OF Wideleaf Borsalino Hats rOR THE* COUNTRYMAN Sid Monks & Go's BORSALINOS, a Hat that cannot be bought anywhere in AUSTRALIA under 12s 6d, the CHEAP MERCER'S Price— 9s 6d. Narrow Leaf Australian Fur Hats 4s 6d, worth 8s 6d — Call to-day and see them. Sid Monks & Co, - Cessnock The Mercers and Clothiers, WITH THE LOW PRICES. Special Bargains ! I JF^ff- Knowledge .-? i^^M^^Bik Intelligent ?If *W\^ wiBl ^ Anticipations TO Lead the way and give the litmost SATISFACTION by show ing the Right Goods at the Right Price,™ the Right Place, i .. . ? iiwhether.it be for your Home, your Families, or your own apparel. Values that speak for themselves are always offering throughout all sections of this helpful store. ?here is aw example ; i- «,„,,,. ' Usual Price Special Boys Cord Velvet Tunic Suits ' 14/11 7/11 suit Men's Fashion Shirts 4/6 2/6 ea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 31 October 1914

QES%NOCK, MOTEL, Under Entirely- New Management. The uroprietor oftlic Cessnock Hold desires to inliinate lliat patrons may rely upon ever) aUe.K The Cuisine, attendance and appointments are of the fart, likewise the I.rands °f rxuemecare and ^rvision ofmanagement is the watchword, and the^general conduc of. the hotel will Ije found right op-io-date in every department. James Attwater, Proprietor, ? . . Cessnock Hotel, Cessnock. ???'' To Avoid Disappointment TTtlir^l * ®*55hk Order your .^^ 3®^ fflHT Spring SI Summer Suit H6IS0I* ? /jT' JRl -. Last year we had to turn orders ?^''^ /jr^BmBBaiiP 1 ? away and as we do not want a Uf- jS5BH| fj £ ! repetition of this- we ask you to M Kb/m -^L Jf^f A Suitable Range of .. jBl^ '' 'I m '-'????» . 'jfew Season's Patterns. ' ^^^^ '^n '' M 'f Don't forget the address ? R, PEART a Man Depends TME , ' on tta. Taflor't T«j* for PEOPUES TAllX-R, .fc rlt|tog ^ „, q,,,^ Vincent St., Cessnock. ? d. JOHNSON, Practical Engineer in Motors, Cycles, Sewin...

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

Current Notes Successful Passes. . As manifestation of the practical usefulness of the evening conlinua-' tion classes as relating to the' better; ednoafcipnal isguiptflejjt pf piH;,|ads,f we are glad to 'report 'SupceissfuV passes on behalf of B;/W- P- JPeiroe'; and A. L. Magennes. There 'were three aspirants for the recent junior; tecbnieal*©]tom.,^d4wo;tout-fof^t Butter Output. .- Tor the fortnight ended Sr'. rday, 24th inst, the output, of the Cessnock Co-operative Dairy -3o., Ltd., was IS^iyibs, valued at £724 2s 2d. This represents an, increase of 2800 ibs over ^he figures for the previous fortnight, valued at £126 7s 3d. NoiBejiate^; The usual fortnightly debate under the ausjiices !,of the School :; of Arts ; ©abating Spciety'did not eventuate ion Monday evening, owing^ltb the1 small 5attep||aabe. Thpse who did attend ajs^nssed *many. things — the war, the -$bire election, and the ?weatb'eri» $^.-i-,--:.-'--~;--- ???? ? Wires.'^e^-reQ^ived in town on Thui'sdayiinprmng-from F...

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

Superior Thw«to— and Hard Sapporti. At the last meeting of the Gessuock Shire Council, among the requests received from the Aberdare Progress Association was one asking ' that lining posts he erected at the intersections of streets where necessary to keep pedestrian traffic from falling in the gutters,,, . First Drunk : Thish a mighty fin* idea puttin' up posts to stop us blokes fallin' in the gutter. Second Drunk : Yesh ; th' Aberdare chaps has brains !

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Music Hath Charms. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 November 1914

Music HathnClianns. \ ? ? There was a large attendance at the hospital grounds- on Sunday, afternoon when th$ Cessnock Town Band dispensed appreciable' music. The' collection takeh; up i-esultedin the fuijas;of|the;ihst(^tion -being re plenisheai^iiheixt^at of £4 16s 7id, theicollectors being Nurse Henry £2, xys, jNurseiiMrt Itl 8s . l*d, and Furee %j!f-s 6d. vfThe outing was mtichienjQ^ andiit ie to be hoped that the in,U8icali«nditions will- be held ofi^n.^' '?'.'? ;.*''. '?.'?. Tbat.pe^ssnSSfelJangregational ists beld a^pcnic^{at ? Mt. View on Monday, ann bad ah enjoyable time.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 November 1914

Police Court. in The busiuess at the usual fort nightly court rjast Tuesday was of n very light .. character.' Mr. C. H. Gale, P.M., '.occupied the bench. Thomas Alfred Broughton, charged with carrying ifirjearnis-' 6n -the Sabbath, waefinedlOStatid^scourt costs. In the -Small. Debts Gouit Diaigaret bcotman proceeded against Herbert Ed\vards, claiming . £± 10s 6d, alleged to be due for board and lodging. Evidence was gone into and the plaintiff was non-suited.

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Eight Hour Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 November 1914

Eight Hour Day. Eight Hpui-Day passed off very quietly in Cessnock. .The threaten ing weather dampened the ardor of picnicers. A few parties, however, adhered to preconceived plans and ran the gauntlet of tbe few scattered showers that fell during the day. The prevailing beat of-tiie previous davs and the'bominn instinnfc /-n.llml many to the cooler and more invig orating environs of the City of New castle and the beach ; while to not a few the procession and pageantry of the Worker and Industry was the main attraction to Coaly City.

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An Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 November 1914

?:\^-::0.^m^.:'. . ':-'^v£E«Kiu.'-'.Bpyv0l':a -good sportf ^pm Weltoa)- was the victim of an , He *^ di^pg a load/ of produce away^&m^uRipn apdiwhen :near ^?im^m^G lioiw went '^?tf$mm&$t the shafts and ' ^teri^^%^ja-^iiali: over the. rm^-imm&bm *ociient:.haitt»ued is only gumis^, f ^inost prXabk ^olu^rM ^^p^fia^pg^jorse % thiisty and deiifled to linger about the pub.uiPhen' again it is aligned', it was a publican's sblky and the horse ft It that proud of himself that hetried to 'Bow(e)' to the pub. Anyhow, th-a! reason of the acci dent was not nearly as apparent as the result-T-a bipken sbaffr and a few dozen brakon eggs.

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 November 1914

?*PBi ^^ilbiiJBsey^thesnaife^bite'CUie-nian %lio is gefieraUy acibonipatiied ip his :trt$Bls$).y7 ' teugarv bjig ? full of, vviig glittg|^^c iiains,; hal. |urnB3 ^ip in Jass-.;n6^s apppiended in tliat, l^t^jia^n^ ^malli-ox i^teTStirf town, bn-a''%btviig6-l-i ordinary drunk, tind ^peda modest 2s 63. The P.M in sentencing |rtm. passea tne , reraarK ^iftt if Mtirnssey could cure snake $$ usual bai$ of snakes, which the ari^sting caoetttble bad to kill, thug fn^ngj^i&um^nfeJor Mt-mB*ey to ietoe^i^ff:h«^'^, replenish his oepleted; stock of repHlesi

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