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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 20 November 1914

Stud Notices. To stand the Season' at Cessnock and travel the surrounding District the heavy Draught Styttion, - BLUE BOY - J3LUE BOY is a bright bay horse, witlr; plenty- of bone and muscle, rising four years. His stock are just the kind to realise speedy sales and highest MnfVet Prices. SIRE— True Bine, a. dark bay draught stallion, foaled October, 1902 ; sire Boy Blue ? g sire Royal Blue ;ggsire, BlueKibbon, imp ; Blue. Kibbon's sire, Darnley, by Moffalt's Conqueror, ..199 Vol. 1 ; dam, Peggy, 189. by SanjibsQn, alias Logan Twin : E. d»mby Farmer'* rjjncV, 208. ' '*?? rt K A . *:? True lilueViiun, l)ay inarabj! OalcWnch : g dam by iandsraan, imp. froh1 'Scotland.'1 Oflkbrsnch's sire Teler-ibe Grrat. 'i Dim'. l'edigree is by Bismark ; g d by General Gor idon ; ggd liy Carrington, imp; gggd A.I, _ inip ; ggggd by Young ' Chartipioh, irhp \ gggggd by Drayman, imp ; ggggggd by Dun dee, imp. Limited number of mares only. Empty mares returned free.'=':-'' ?????? ?. terms*. , -?? Single...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 20 November 1914

Lane & Quifrn, Ltd* ' ' f- ? ;? ????* ?'? ?? ;.; Beautiful Summer Goods are T4ow Showing* ?'??,.'? ?? - . . 't The Latest Creations. Beautiful and Chic Goods. Our Prices have not advanced during to the War Lane & Qyinn, M4. The Price Reducers* ?„! ,. i ' If its to be had it's HERE.—!' In Medicines, ^patent or proprietary remedies, or pharmacy sundries . „ ? . . our stock is complete. ' ' - ?? \V» have scijrt^ of items not to lie T1 found elsewhere in this lucality. We also handl--: proprietary rcinetlics^hai are ^ n»l advertised for sale liy o« ! our aim being to provide, nsfar as |ni*iil-lc, cvernliing that anyliodv in llic community has need »(. ? ' ' ' EVANS, ',. ' PHARMACIST . 'CESSNOCK. ' SPACE ' * FOlt ODB \ ???;??? . ' . ? ? ? ~Ai lflp COnRETlTION. A. I. BRIDGE and W^ 3AS.'MclvENDEICT. Mauager. F. A. Sherriff, Baker, *'a^'et Has much pleasure in thanking the public for their pationage and desires to 6tato that to meet tbe demand of increased bosiness he has se...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 20 November 1914

Cessnock and /District Patriotic Fund. 3 Grand Continental ' Will in given m THE SPORTS GROUND (Mr. Brown's Paddock,) Under the auspices of the Cessnvck and Di-lntl i'alriuiic ] und, on Wednesday Next, November 25th. ADMISSION FREE. Collection in Aid «f Fund. A First Class Instruments! «-«1 yoealsJjVofjraiiinie, under the elcelrie liglit, in tlie open air, will be rendered. The^school cliiidren will give an exhibition of duniij-bclls, maypole, wands, grand march and physical «sercisei The school choir will sing palriutic songs: Also items by Town Choir. . .:.-,^ ' . , . ' iG. A. Lloyd, R. J. Winning, Joint Hon. bees. BELLBIRD COLLIERY EMPLOYEES' Second Annual Picnic . . ''? ', WILLIE HELDJN ? KELMAN'S PADDOCK, PAY Si^OiDAY, Novemb^28th; Goo j 'Programme of $ports- Big Prizes. Children provided for. Hot and Cold Water Free. Plenty of fun and Dancing. Band in attendance. WANTED— Good Bread-Carter, must be experienced. Open till Monday, 21st inst. Apply, NATTRASS, Waker. . . ^ Shire of...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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TO LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 20 November 1914

^ ^'^^o^Amts:-: -:^ :; l.EARN lo Cul !o Measure in Six Lesions. Cm ^puir dollies to fit; Tlipy woi?'t need fit ting. ?'?Spall for a circular. 'Save money, !to» teriBl, jind time. La Nlode-School of Dress jcflttingi ; t-essnbclj vSpliobl ,9?. Arts, Tuesday, lTiUrsd^%-:aml;^aturdar.:;ji Wlra ^bermain,

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 20 November 1914

Picnic. * A. grand picnic, Avhich will also embrace a comprehensive programme of spoi-ts, will be held by the Bellbird colliery employees, on Fay Saturday, November 28tb, i^Kelman's Pad dock. A Good Contributor. From the milinary area of which Forbes is centre, 265 men have been accepted for service in the expeditionary force. Assistance. Tlie Goverment labour officer at Broken Hill has intimated that tlie Goverment will assist men who wish to leave the Barrier to get work elsewhere. Australia to benefit In commercial circles in Sydney it is believed that the raising of the duty on tea imported into the United Kingdom as part of the special war taxation will cause an easing of prices in India and Colombo. It is therefore expected that tlie-*Ati6traliau consumer Mill be a gainer. Continental. A grand continental in. aid of the Patriotic Funds, will be held on Brown's recreation grounds on Wednesday evening. A splendid in strumental and vocal programme which items are displays by the ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Holding for a "Rise." [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 20 November 1914

;??. : ^«b|dint;forj;'Ri^Jp.'|| Two; Jfivw,' while, talfeiflgf i^ «a; canal, saw on a notice-boatd that' five shillings would be! givep tp ^noiBv|r3 rescued a person from drowingi^Iliey quickly arranged that one: 'should '?USt in and be :.. ^ayed' by /thfei^iheiV: 'the stokes divided.' -?? ^b ^oon|r: said than done/ It was l-ather ?debp. ^;.-tban;;.jasj^!^i''but';-fi^E|pG^@|;^ about, crying ; .'?' Con-e on, MH'-'-Mve', :»e^v;s:^T--:^ -\.^ ...;? :::vim:m ?: ;''Sol,^ said l|fo, ' 'rve^n-reji|^ ing that board again, and it says teu Bhillings for a dead todyrf ^ Np^s do bereasonnble, r-: ;r ^rv?v. ^V 'i^dyM^m^yeri^^^^^} ^i^mine}taVJ-^nDUt|A^cyb^l

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cessnock Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 20 November 1914

: Cessnock Races. 'Bullfrog ' anticipates as follows for the races to be held at Cessnock to-njomnv;— - ., . Convalescent Handicap-- Sonchus 1, Skopel2i Sundance 3. - - ;A'^-G^^2,^riargiis'3., ' :?-?'.' ???'? ? ,. ^Nurses' Noviee— Firenze 1, Gool-, ^at^^iding'Boy^.,^^;;;; ;, ,,- ;'. v Cessnock -HospHial -Hajidicap-^ Ohplrl Gheri 1, Fnseb Lass 2,;Buhi dance 3. ^?[-'??-:r:-;-, /./v:.' ?' \ ;- \ .Welter Handicap-- Dickman 1, Heriargijjs S^^Moaria 3. '}+ \ V ; C.D.,- all engagements, is the only scratching ,iio hand for ^the: above races.''- jr-^k-^h ;-:f i^iiS ^ji;^- -} S n^e ^omlflWions tot ;pfBeers^ at ?: Aberfai* Mlrjere! I^dge -haveclosed. ? ^^^SatiUe^^a^eted jBhafehan.; ^ui&^pOBea^ Mrf lu^et i^taj^uh

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Chamber of Commerce. BIG MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 20 November 1914

Chunber of Commerce. BIG MEETING: - .». What may be termed the first busi nesfl meeting of the above body was held at the School of 'Arts on Thurs day evening. There was a very .large, attendance. Mr, A. Biggers prosidod. In the absence of -the secretary ,( Mr. M. J. Quinn) Mr. Hannah acted as secretary. '* ' . The reports of canvassers for mem bers showed that 41 persons had signified their willingness to become members. The announcement was received with appreciation. . , Correspondence was road from the Kurri Clrainber of Commerce, asking the co-operation of the Chamber in an effort to secure a Hue from Cess nook direct through Kurri to Mait landt— 'It was decided to co-operi.t; in the' movement. The We^ton Progress Association asked for co-operation to secure an early morning Sunday train between 6 and 7 o'clock.— It was decided to support the Weston . body in the matter. A 'petition was received from Hie ratopavfr- of '-vn-oM's Avenue, itsfc^ ing the bully Us .q pioach the Shir...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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This Horrible War. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 20 November 1914

This Horrible War. 4 I - Looked at from any standpoint, the war now raging in Europe is the crowning horror. No such, trail of, blood, suffering and devastation, no such triumph of human genius dis played in machines and methods for the killing of men, women and child ten has ever been achieved. All for mer wars were confined to the earth beneath human tread. This war in vades the heavens above and rains down a pitiless storm of death upon the unprepared and defenseless homes of humanity. And/ to think this has been the studied purpose of kings and emperors for forty years with no pro test of account from the common people who have lent .their bodies, their industry, their money, and their very souls to this hellish ac complishment. ' . It seems impossible to believe that all bur fond dreams of the growth of reason, of religjon, of 'Peace on Earth and Good Will to Men,' was but the^most diabolical mockery that ever assailed Ihe eyes .'and the senses of men. To what depths vxrf human...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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At the Miners' Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 20 November 1914

At the Miners' Plciiic. A correspondent supplied us with tlie following :^-Saturday was a hot day, a very hot day! but that did not deter a company of some sixty or seventy contenting themselves with ' stewing ' iu a close room for an hour and more to listen to speeches— none of whioh called for special praise. The Chairman , (good old Herb. Da vies), in his re marks,' was commendably brief (but on at least two of bis followers in the toast list the example was lost), and Bay Lord gave us 'The day we celebrate,' but as there was nothing special to celebrate, save our own enjoyment, be bod little to work on, but of that little be made a good job. Mr. ' Bill ' Baillie on the two Parliaments was at the top of his form, but it was strange to hear a Strong Laborite like 'Bill' declare wo wanted more democrats in the Senate, (I always thought our first plank as a party was ' down with 'em !') Senator Davey Watson in his usual Btyle had a few words to make a long speech from, but he spoke ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Current Notes Memorial Window. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 20 November 1914

Current Notes Memorial Window. To commemorate the memory of Mr.William Pinchen, whose decease some four years ago at Old Cessnock removed one of the pioneers of the   district, a beautiful stained glass has been placed in St. Luke's Church of England, Old Cessnock. The un- veiling ceremony will take place to- morrow. The Rabbit Pest. The rabbit pest is now menacing the upper reaches of the Manning and various stragglers have been shot as far down as Cundle. The Port Stephens Pastures Protecting Board is taking stern measures to compel landholders to destroy the pest on their holdings. Dodging the Dues. The committee of the Cessnock Jockey Club intend to deal harshly with prowlers around the outside of the racecourse during race meetings. Invariably these prowlers hang over the fence and when the nice is being run and eyes -are turned that way they jump the fence. They ate likely to land in the court dock by indulging in such 'sneak,' methods. State Minister's Scheme. A ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 December 1914

Gould Bros. & Co. Timber Merchants, (Near Railway Gates, Cessnock) We are now iii 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 whore you may - reside — the perfect servica of Oar Model Pharmacy Should your home be in any part of Cessnock or 'Aberdarc, 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 we' can dispense ' your medicines in a thoroughly scientific manner. AH we ask is that you let us have your' order as early in the day as possible. H. J. FALK, MRS. PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, Tc!i]l-.cie 52 VINCENT-STREET, CESSNOOK. J. Hartley, . «SS»,.' Has Removed to more Comodious Premises, right opposite Hampton's Hotel, VJNCENT-STREET, CESSNOCK. A IT PAYS TO DRESS WELL. jBHhKA then let me tailor your suit. T^...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 December 1914

Stud Notices. To stand the Season at Cessnock and travel the surrounding District the heavy .Draught Stallion, . - BLtM BOY - BLUE BOY is a bright bay horse, with plenty of bone and muscle, rising four years. His stock are just the kind to realise speedy sales and highest Market Prices. ? SIRE — True Blue, a dark hay draught stallion, foaled October, 1902 ; sire . Boy Blue ' g sire Royal Bide Tggwe, Blue Kibbon, imp ; Blue Ribbon's site, Darnley, by Moffatl's Conqueror, 199 Vol. 1 ; dam, Peggy, 189. by Sampson, alias Logan Twin ; g. dam by Farmer's Fancy,' 208. . ; -'' True Blue's dam, bay mare by ©akhranch : gdatn by' Landsman, ..imp. from Scotlani-: Oakbranch's sire Jeter the Great Oath.' !? I'cdigreeisbyBisniarkjgd by General Gat, ?f don i -ggH'»y. Garringlon, imp { (jggd A^t, : imp 1 ^gggd'liy ,Vbnnfi -Cbamj^on,. jiap* . 'gggggd by Drayman, imp 5 figggggd by ©ua 1 dee, imp. . Limited number of mares only. Empty mares returned free. ,,;.. „„ .... TERMS: . -? - Single Mare . - j£2...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Two Galls, of Glorious Beer. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 December 1914

Two Galls, of Glorious Beer. « » » [bv alloka twist. Tliuullicrni^lil, and by.llie way, ofreccnt date, The truth of iliis is vouclicd for wliich I now , relate— - - '— ' ?' ' ' ? Six coves, all hailing from the wilds of Con - gewai. Decided that they'd have a happy time and «jay't So all the way lo lown for demijohn of lieer They sent, with which the cockles round their hearts to cheer. With more or less impalience, and with sun dry chafl* . ? ; . Tlie six regaled, the weary wait when they would quaff! Great Scott 1 The scrumptious time that night in store! They'd drink much deeper than they'd erer drank before! DuL. . . plans by day as well as plans made in the night, Have ways of turning out most any way but right. . Oil, glorious beer! two galls, of bliss without alloy! Can pen po^ray the potent, pent, expectant joy ? 'Twas soon IT stood before them, waiting, on the ground, Ami soon, and nearer IT, they drew in circle round ; Vet fear the}' had (with every hope there is a fear) '...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 December 1914

CBIGKET. By Stomp. Ellalong is?,now leading in the competition, ii'aving three wins to their credit. The chaps from the merry township don't let the grass grow underf their feet — or let it grow under their opponents' either. Andy J&IoNaughton, 'who plays with ibe'JuDiors, is regarded as. the1 enampion neiaer ot tne compecition. Nothing passes Andy. In fact he is lookeai)n*s Handy Andy. One or two of v the crujketers are great on eggs. An Ellalong player Bays he'll resign willow wielding if he does not break it next time. The Shop Assistants are trying to secure the services of Jock Gowiop, Dave ^Gordon, and Ernie Clements. The other crowd won't have it. Ekert's team is on ihe look out to 'secure' the services of the two Scotchmen, Billy McGarvie and. TonJ' Homan. l^p_ doubt tbe two players 'would he' a tower of strength to ihe Ekerts. But the other teams are sure to object. Ebe Ling is making* bold hid for tne battipg average of ^the Ellalong team. His j&vei'age lor...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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STOCK AND PIG SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 December 1914

STOCK AND PIG SALES. The market at present for all classes of stock is very high espec ially for anything fat. We sold on account for Mrs. T. McGaun 1 wafer at £4/9, and 1 calf at £2/11. O King 1 vealer at £4/15. 40 pigs yarded chiefly light por kers. A good attendance of buyers present, competition keen and good piices ruled. We sold on account &r following owners : — J Passfield 8 pigs at £1/6/1, E. Cannon 4 at $1/3/3, B. CrosBley 1 at £1/17/6, R. Mefcbei- 7 at £1/8, O. Jackson, 5 at £1/14/9, C. Jackson 7 at £2/l& J« O'Connell 3 .at £1/15/6 and 1 at [?]

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Local Union Sales. SNAPE BROS. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 December 1914

Local Union Sales. SNAPE BBOS. BEPOBT. Very heavy supplies of farm and garden products forward at our sales on Tuesday last. There was a large attendance of buyere * present. Good prices ruled, except for beans, which took .a big drop owing to A heavy supply. Eggs were in fair supply but jumped to l/2id tcf 1/S tioz. TJVnif '' ? naa r»liaa RA . f rk Qrl. ? Ann medium 4d to 5d. small Id to 2d figs 6d to 1/ doz, api-icots 2d to 5d doz, plums 3#d to 4d qrt, tomatoes piime to 2/3, good 1/4 to 1/& me dium 9d to 1/, small 6d, lemons, Lisbons 9ato lOd doz, apples' 6d doz. Vegetables.— potatoes 2/6 to 3/ qr, cabbage good to 3/ doz, peas 1/3 to 1/6 pk, beans 3d to 9d pk, mar rows 2/ dox, squash 9d to 1/ doz, oniops 1/6 to 2/ doz bunches, carrots 1/ doz, cucumbers 1/ to 1/6 doz. Poultry. — good birds are in been demand. at 4/6 to 5/ pr, ducks, com mon 3/6 to 4/, geese to 8/ pr, turkeys gobblers £1/1 pr.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Impromptu Patriotic Sales. PEACH REALISES £2/5/6. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 December 1914

Impromptu Patriotic Sales. PEACH REALISES JE2/5/6. At Snape Bros. Union Sales last Tuesday, a particularly fine peach was exhibited by Mr. Tom Griffiths, the well-known fruiterer. The peach was grown on Mr. G. Brown's farm at Mount View, and was an orphan — that is' to say it -vas the only peach on the tree. Mr. Griffiths hit upon the idea the peach should be sold for patriotic purposes, and handed tlie juicy fruit to Mr. Snape to' auction. The genial councillor was soon at work and knocked down the peach to Mr. Arthur Hampton for 7/-. It was handed back to tlie auctioneers and sold as follows: — Messrs. FjOlicks ??/-, T. ?W&vdjol, J. Brown 6/,:/T\ ??Griffiths 5/, Collier 5/, H.vM&illiriii5/^{8, foillan 1^6^ W. H. King 1/6, W... Griffiths 1/6. It was their handed back-ibo MrT. Griffiths, who decided the orphan should have its-photo taken, ;The peach thus re ah;sesd.£2/576, which will swell the patriotic fnnds. .-. ?JQutin.g^tbe.; day produce 'provided by MessVs. Jone...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Ellalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 December 1914

JEllalong. ^: ~' Bot flies iare; very bad in the ? district, especially on Oomino Bros. 4am. One chap knocked off work last ^yeek; wouldn't take; the- risk : with the flies. . ' ' V';. , Cob -3rott was the vlotimf of a, . sulky accident last 'Wednesday. fHe *: - ?)^'-^a-t:-«hi9oUag^lieDVri^$*'rJ3tQr8d . . «nMenly'^d^deid^tb'^^aW;aiti^akl'''':. And jt JKd, .breaking bpth sfaaftewleac 'r 1 ^r#ryHiin|?:is .Jiauag ; prepared for \ the races. ^iMeiribers aije fi6-y beijig ; ^PplfS^fe^^a^i^vV VVV^i- .,.;;?; **'vi4Mt.''BanaBy.rpai]j|b'fc a.:ibouple?pf ;. ^ii^WPf ^^^^S^ieit; o.,;: ejajading iilce |u |he; fllii 3^k -i^pihe i j6bil^^onis^^ry^ot;^.^'*::'-'';^';;,';V^ . ; ? V.^Spl^n^e^pkc.^s^^i&jhyg^ i;. . ;'':? A-'!lady;: '-^ugUist^^^ibmfe^Sirt^:.''' ? . 'pr^nehHe^^||e*^^!^-^-: '' , l^^^'^P'wpfe'PpJt'j&iB^IJB^^^^'^'^'- ; ?

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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THE SPORTING WORLD. Cessnock Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 December 1914

m^pwiiill wdftiD. -? - ???:-? .-;. ?;... »'?» — ??-—- ' Cessnock Races. : - SxKJrtsmen will be catered for at Cessnock on Saturday, 19th instant, on which date a race meeting wi]l be held. Horsoowners are reminded thst entries fall due next Monday evening. . . ? , Trotting Match. A trotting matoh is to take nlace in ? Oossnock to-morrow, when James Lord's grey pony with be pitted against one the property of. Frank Mitchell, of Bellbird. The match is for a modest tenner aside, and over a distance of If mile. Fortune of the Turf: . Mr. P. J. Solomon's horse Granard while being boxed at Cessnock Bail way Station to proceed to Gosford races last Tuesday, received injuries. The horse was conveyed to the races but it was not deemed advisable to allow him , to start. Bad luck, for we are informed.%e was very fit. Pigeon Match. A pigeon match was shot off at Cessnock ' 1u£ ?' '?'?.**? Mi-1-i.y between Charlie Turabull aiiil 'i'ljjeon-Dove.' The conditions were the best of nine birds, but as...

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