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Un-Fair Play. HOSPITAL COMMITTEE LIBELLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 December 1914

Un-Fair Play. ; V; HOSPITAL. COMMITTEE -?-, ; LIBELLED. ' A writer in «a jOQnterpporai'y sign- . ing himself by *he singularly unsuit able nonj^e plume of ?'? Fair Play ' gives it to, the public that the com tnittee ofi^ie GeBBQbck.District Hos pital sanctioned the purchasing of goods -i in ?' Newcastle which could have been purchased in Cessnock, ahd'takes that body to task for so doing., The : Writer of the . letter is one of a few who knew something, but did not know* nearly as 'much as he thought, he did. The committee hadinstructed the secretary and pre sident to purchase some articles in the cheapest market, and 'Fair Play' who evidently knew this and had observed the matron arrive from New castle with some parcels containing private purchases, naturally conclud ed that this, lady had executed the business of the hospital in Newcastle, and rushed into print with Iiis;.mis guided version. As a matter'. of fact the goods had not been purchased when the literary effort appeared. ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 December 1914

ron sALfc, ?? ' GRATES, Mitten' Ovens, and Second hand Stoves of all nmfces, INSPECTION INVITED. W. J* Lanc» Monumental Works, Cessnock. FOE SALE. A Few Good Cheap I/)ts of Land For Sale on O'Brien1 Estatk,. Cessnock. :.Rii;ht near Kxtcnde Mine. Apply . .. . . Easy Terms, £z deposit, lo/- per month. A. X WELLS, O'Briens' Estate, Cessnock. FOR SALE. ' . In good order and condition, a SPAING VAN- -Apply W. Clarke, Main Street, Cessnock. ? ' FOB SALE. Bloch of Land, Belllrird, good position. ' Stylish Sulky Turnout (Horse, 'Sulky and - Harness. Two Chinese Silver I'lieasanls. . . Apply, J Baddcley, South Cessnock. thinks; - The Headmaster . of the GeKnOck Su perior Public School, desires; uli : l-ehalf of the pupils, 10 thank Mr. Kausch of the Cinema, tor the recent Picture Show in aid of prizes. Nett result /8 ils-6d. .K. NEAI. PUBLIC JfOTICS _ . Our Premises, will be closed to bus iness on Monday, 14th inst. Business will be resumed on Tuesday, «5th GOULU BUOS. & Co.* Cessnoc...

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 — 11 December 1914

f/« Johnson, Engineer, vincent-6treet. cessnook. Gunsmith -and Locksmith. Sewing Machines Repaired. Cycles Built and Repaired. All woik guaianteed for one year. Ac o c^^- N$\ ^ - A. ? ' McYEft-H ART'S SPECIALS IRREGULARITIES. 'ThePtUqw Witt.' OUABMtr-to wiptritta fur* fffodHet, IMi. Post Fraer3/6-per l5ox. IGanuTao-.ureti«nfl*oUI»nV*]r A., 1WEYfe%14A^T, 301 hWlj. JeWKJleT - ott-feelMt BoiUy1*'.) AD3BC89 «4 lETTPU1 A. MEYER-HAftT. «n thrt «4* fcbx^iM^ta K»m^ wto

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

A Question of Payment - Whether or not the assistant shire clerk should be paid while absent on duty at camp, was a question which occupied the atten tion of shire councillors last Monday. The president brought the matter forward, during tbe course of his remarks pointing out that this officer had recently spent a month in camp. A fnrtniaM, rtf f.hin f.imn was dim bn him as holidays, tbe other fortnight he had received payment for. The clerk was an officer and while in camp received 15s. a day. Cr. Snape said if Mr. Evans was at. any pecuniary loss by attending camp he would be favourably inclin ed to paying his salary, but as his remunuation was 15s. a day by being in camp he could not see why the council should continue paying his salary white absent, especially so seeing that the council were em ploying and paying a clerk while he was absent in camp. They were custodians of the ratepayers' money. He moved that Mr. Evans be not paid while in camp. Cr. Forrester seconded the motion...

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 — 11 December 1914

People i|: That the Kaiser is suflfering from nerves: . ??-»'... That he is likely to have-a night mare when he liears of the result of the recent naval battle. .-..'' ; That the Newcastle Council -is applying for permission tomorrow a further £10,000. That George Jobling of School of Arts note is enjoying a fortnight's holiday. ; That Harry Russell is relieving ofiicer while George is having a good time. No tlianks, Harry ! That Mr. McKay, C.P.S., is at present away on his annual leave. . That Lavender Creek ' hummed' a bit to-day. , That a stoppage occurred at Bell bird mine yesterdav through an acci- : dent to the endless rope. , Tliat Federation President Jack Baddeley will leave town early next week to take up his residence in: Newcastle. . -That by Mr. Baddeley's departure Cessnock will lose one of its best townsmen. That Allaru, a Villier's candidate from Newcastle, ran a duffer at Gosforcl. That 2|d a foot duty has been put on picture show films. That Neath Colliery will he ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cessnock Racing Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 December 1914

Cessnock Racing Fixtures. The following dates have been alloted the Cessnock Jockey Club {subject to alteration) by the Austra lian Jockey Club for 1915 :— Tuesday, January 26 (Anniversary Day) Saturday, March 6 Saturday, April 17 Saturday, June 5 Saturday, July 31 Saturday, September 11 Saturday, November 20 Saturday, December 18

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cessnock Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 December 1914

? ? ??-. in ii ''i ''/'??? Vv'',' .? .'? Jrie^^nthly:^^^ icbuncil^aB held in the CbainbBr ^n Monday. There were peBentir-;; Crs; T. Johns (president), *B4W*v Snape, J. Y. Tulloch, W. Morgkp, A. C. Forreater, and 0. Bercini. The clerk (Mr. Orampton) and engineer (Mr. Lindeman) were also present. Bbpobts. The engineer reported that ? it would be a simple matter to prevent water from flowing on J. J. Mason's property, Harle Street, Abermain, but it would turn the water on to another allotment. Albert Street runs into Harle Street and does not continue through which causes the water to flow into allotments 21 and 32 of section F. It may be possible to purchase allotment 22 and con struct the street. . The report point ed out that the council had power, should they construct this street of striking a local rate to recoup any outlay, and no poll would be de mandable if this . were done. — In order to give tbe councillors time to consider sections 73 and 155 of the Act the matter was held ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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England Accounts for Five German Warships in Two Days. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 December 1914

England Accounts for Five Ger man Warships in Two Days. ? * ? _ Following upon the announce ment this morning that three Ger man warships had been sunk by the British, and that two other boats — Dresden and Nurnburg — were being pursued, comes the announce ment the these two war ships and three merchantmen have been ac counted for' These victories are a great blow to the German navy, and makes it appear more insignifi cant than ever, compared with' the British navy.

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

Maitland Races. The Maitiand Jockey Club hold a reunion to-day on th*o Rutherford course. A flattering entry has been received, which should mean good betting. Local patrons can be in plenty time for the first event by leaving Cessnock in the 12.15 train. ' Bullfrog' hazards the following selections : — Flying Handicap. Velours ??-. ? 1 H.B.K ? 2 Grain ? 3 Welter Handicap. Modify ? 1 Kef ? 2 Cathedral ... ... 3^ Maitland Haodicap. Posinatus ... ... 1 Offa ... ... 2 . . . J3cout i Master . -. 3. V Novice Handicap. Monte Coliare .... 1 Queen Bice!.. ... a Lock Stock ... ... 3 Butherford Handicap. Siverbird ... ... 1 Woolerina ??? ... 2 Gold. Finn ... ...- 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 — 11 December 1914

- CLEAft COMPLEXION WLtS. CLEAR COMWLEXION fJUS. CLEAR COMPLEXION PILLS. ; isiM complexion *Jtis. ' ', ??';?'- ? ,.???.?'' Semove PliMPLBS, BLOTCHES; EBDNESS'df the NOSE, DULL MESS' of the SEES,. SAiiL^KTNESS pf , the^ COiffLEXIO^, . 'and that ^OIXi.' atid OPPRESSIVE lifiiELroG after MEALS. ' They are ? the GREAT EEMEDiT for ' CLEANSING .t^9 iySiiE' TUBIPyrKG the. BLOOD, curing CONSTIPATION, and INpiGESTioN; . feevent .'ga.E- TRITIS, SOOTHE . the ; NEEVES, iinpartiflg 5 V?(^tiI*T.'; ftnd.fi ^JMiSuK Invaluable for banishing WEARINESS and gb^bral LASsriuDE-, and removing BAB TASTE in THE MORNING. .' ''^tify. aftprdi -relief in all cases of' BILIOUSNESS, sick ?w/^AC^f;'p0^ssM'.^f'1^TRVC^.- PILES/ %nd ; LOSS ;bl?;AppETlTE?\ 'Tliey. «lso ;ja^|b,ei6ficialiy;6h' the KXDJSEyS; / k',Ta%n. ..EEGta.A»Ly. ^Jpfgi$*&U^W&$^E&&W'6lii' - ' :\ '^ ? -??A:Priceless^.«oon.tb-jM^ ; ?.Sent jpbst. -ee,, ; undgr JPlaW J%rer;' fov^^/ .v;iTh^ee , tunes' the uantity ior 6/6, ppB...

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

A Safe Offer. V ? * The -German papers publish the statement that a Breslau merchant has offered . 30,000 marks to the German soldier, who, weapon in hand, shall be the first to place his feet on British soil. By a character istic piece of sharp, practice the re word, it .will be. noted, says London 'Punch,' is offered to the man per sonally, and would not be payable to his next of kin.

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 — 11 December 1914

The fte4 Pfctufes ^ only«irc*lM-wiv ttt th« ? Saturday : ? ?-?-??- .--.?,.,???????--??- The Masked Amazon a/so, Weekly War Pictures Only the best pictures secured. Encouragement for the People on the Lower Coalfields to do their Shopping in Cessnock. go ? ? ?-..???.; oo I 2 !|K lUHIVO t * |- *»-a and co. g»* i s .f I i§!s* Refund Railway Fares to every g Iff f 3 | ? -gSm Customer from Kurri, Heath, *sJLb i$ *' 2 ^ll alld ^eStOn! W*10 Si16''1 Two I' -§S 8^ s £ |^S Pounds or over during their .^*p § SS .»!» Great Xmas Fair, ?| & ^ I *a?2 * ? ? if J ? pi) ,-- g Bemember our Prices are the ^ -^ ?* * | gg keenest on tbe Coalfields. °g S Z « 1 ? I r? & v Big Purchase of Pyjama Suits for the Holidays, 5s. 6d., worth 7s. 6d. i ? ? ? ? ? Special Bargains j||% B. S. Kempe r3 ft* ll\ A Here's another one of those I /-'Jill 7 II \\ uncommon lists of Big Bar r/ Jrfi*' r\s^* gains.- All going at ridicu JmUr^k ?] Jljjji 1 ,.- lously low prices. Come and \s*m\\ IflJ 111 share in thi...

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

RHEUMATISM CONQUERED A Perfect Uric Acid Solvent found. Contains a -M-'niiji'natlw:!*i;?^-JwSi^^3B^^^^wM^^^J^^^w|^^^vs^ Medical Scientific Discovery. We guarantee 'that IliSfitlpS ? , - PILLS will cure QheumajtiBm, Sciatica, Lumbago, and all ? J- other Uric Acid Troubles. . ?; All Stores aDd Chemists throughout tire District sell HERBOS PILLS at 1$. per bottle. Sole Prokrietob: Manufacturing Chemist — Sytey tnd Hewcasttc : . ? ? .? I CESSNOCK H9TEL. Under Entirely New Management. The proprietor of the Cessnock Hole! desires in intimate that patrons may rely upon every attention. The Cuisine, attendance and appointments arc of the Jiest, likewise the brands, of Ales, ^yincs, and Spirits. ~ ~~~- Extreme care and supervision of management is the watchword, and the general conduct of the hotel will be found right u^-to-dad; iu every department James Attwater, Proprietor. ' ?.-. / . Ccssnock Hotel, CesnoA. To Avoid Disappointment Mi\- Spring SI Summer Suit Jbtfh*, ??Almmmm Last year we h...

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Should Bachelors be Taxed ? DEBATING SOCIETY DECIDE THEY SHOULD. BACHELORS PUT UP A GREAT FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 December 1914

Should Bachelors be Taxed ? DEBATING SOCIETY DECIDE THEY SHOULD. BACHELORS PUT UP A GREAT FIGHT. There was a very fair attendance vat the debate held at the School of Arts, last Monday evening. The subject was ' Should Bachelors be Taxed,' and Mr. A S. Lewis was voted to the chair for Die occasion. Mr. K. .H._Nelson led the affirmative, and endeavored to show the greater responsibilities which the married man was called upon to bear and the extra taxation he was burdened with compared with the bachelor. He contended that the married man was of greater value to bis country, and tbe bachelor should pay for his dec lining the obligation to marry and his dodging the responsibiHtyauid^ase^ ? fulness incurred thereby in submitting to taxation. Mr. G. A. Lloyd, as leader in the negative, held no valid reason had been submitted to show why bachelors should be taxed. He referred'to the usefulness of the single men in the great war wb^re they were shedding their blood for their country. They ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Current Notes Flying Foxes. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 11 December 1914

Current Notes Flying Foxes. . Frojm correspondents .. we gather that flying foxes are more plentiful than usual this season. At Ellalong the pest is causing the orchardists a considerable amount of worry. Motor Registry. Cessnock. has been proclaimed a centre ior motor registration. This will prove a convenience to motorists, for instead of having to proceed to Maitlaud to effect registration the business will be transacted locally. Patriotic. The following additional contri butions have been received in aid of thsCesanoek Patriotic Fund: — A. E. ?ng$ftezft JClfch instal.) fl/1 ; Oale doniau Society, per Jas. Dasie (4th «Btal3- 16/-- :' r J. A. Newton (4th instal.) #1/L Aberdare Tuniiel. The, work of driving the tunnel .from the vicinity of Neath Hill to connect with^ the workings of the iAjierdara '- Colliery ??:? is progressing ? well. . The blasting may be heard nightly. The. tunnel wiU be 200 yards in length. : . PolJcetCourt. ,:._. ! ;- P At the Cessflpck Police Court-last lofl...

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

' FDBJ.IC H0MC17 f ' Wli, llie Undersigned, wish (o iialify ijic public of Cessnock and surroundinp 'district -that inTesponse to a petition from tlie Shop Assistants Unionrtmr places' of businom; will be : CIX)SiJl- on SATURDAY, and ' Jann «O', «9»5:— .-. -.''; ..; '. ' ; , j.-l. Lane & Qalnn, Ltd. ' ,: Colin Cfimpbell A Co. B- S. Kempe & Co.. Ltd. Roy d'Arje*vel Jiimet Andrews ' A, W. Bridge & Co., Ltd. Arthur Sarraff ??AllenVVf Sid Monks & Co. John J. Pitt A. Ponlton , CewnocSc Co-oporatire Society Hilton Guest, TAILOR. Aberdare St., Weston. VINCENT-STREET, CKSSNOCK near Snipe's Produce Stores Full Range of Latest Patterns always on hand Call and Inspect our Up-to-date Spring Suitings. ' . - Hand Workmanship Gnarantccd. SETTINGS NOW-feEAbiV- IVuiman's Famous Laying Strain of liens - mated with Farm Range Cockerel,, winners at Gailan's Laying Competition. Also Silver Wyrjdotles, A. G. Gould's Strain of Hens mated with Jobling's Cockerels, winner of ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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The Bombardment of Scarborough. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 25 December 1914

Tho Bombardment of Scarborough. Two of the pre-enhnent, yet pro bably minor incidents to date in connection with the present war that have bad the most temperamental effect upon Australians, are the des truction of the Emden, and the more recent bombardment of t!ie English coast by the Germans. . Tbe former incident was of not more tnan Uigur ativalv) nine day's' interest. . A|lihe tuneortbis exploit, Australians'were naturally stirred by a certain amount of pride and satisfaction. The emo tion that is always the aftermath of a task well done. : But the bom bardment of the English coast has stirred deeper Australian emotion of a totally different character. While all sympathy is. felt for the victims of this atrocity, the desecration and pollution of the ? Motherland sweeps aside all other feeling. This; no doubt will be the result aU%ver the British Empire, and will do more to awaken a more realistio and vital interest in this titanic struggle than anything that lias yet trans pire...

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

Valedictory. Mr. Jack Wiluams, who is dep arting from Cessnock this week, was the guest of a number of bis friends and. well-wishers last night, at the Northumberland Hotel. Mr. Jim Loosmore presided ever a representa tive ga^hlrinf^ and after explaining the circumstance for which they had 'assembled r aTiSllSvineiexnMasBd re gret at' 'Mr. Wiifeml . intention to leave Cepsnbok^iiefcoaUed .upon Mr. Biggers to makB^jiresention to their guest.: Mr. Biggers, in his usual hapfy strain*,' r«ered to- the. worth of Mr. Williams as a citizen, and the part he bad always played at a helper of charity movements, and concluded by presenting |^r, Williams with ;a smoker's outfit and a gold medal as a mark of the esteem of bis Mends, and a gold brpocb on his wife's behalt ;Mr. J. M. Baddeley, Bupiwrtedi Jihe remarks; Mr. \ Williams leeSingly thanked hiflfrendB on behalf of him self and wi|# '0i ^vk|nfl« wishes, eulogistic 'statemenits, and valuable present^ asstiri^giis friends their kindness and ...

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More Law. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 25 December 1914

More Law. Some rumours were current dur ing the week that the afternoon shift strike wasnearing a settlement. Now the news comes that Messrs. J. and A. BrowaTare instituting pro ceedings against the Colliery Em ployees' Federation, claiming £10,000 damages incurred by the plaintiffs by reaison of the miners1 refusing to work Jhe afternoon shift. The chances of immediate settlement seem remote.

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The Weather [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 25 December 1914

The Weather The outlook for tbe holidays was rather gloomy during tbe early por tion of tbe week, and from Sunday afternoon till Wednesday rain fell, registering in all 198 points at Cess nock, although t in portions of the district it was much heavier. The weather regulator, however, has, judging by the clearing up, arranged for a fine holiday season.

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