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Visit to the United Kingdom. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 January 1914

Visit to die United Kingdom. The Bishop of Maitland (Dr.Dwy er) will leave Maitland at the end of January, or early in February next on a visit to the United Kingdom and Continent of Europe. His Lord ship will pay an official visit to Borne where he will be accorded an audie nce with his Holiness the Pope.

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 — 2 January 1914

KEMPE'S NEW YEAR LIST Ill-Ill I L U 111.11 I UHI1 LIU I Suitable for PRESENTS and Every Day Wear. ..,.?' ' '??- f Our Buyers have ransacked the Leading Markets for the most novel, the most useful, and the most appropriate -Goods suitable for NEW YEAR PRESENTS and as a result we are showing a most comprehensive selection for Ladies, Gentlemen, and Children. Bought from the Leading Manufacturers, and marked at Prices that must- appeal to you :— LOVELY JEWEL CASES— Electroplated New Designs, 3/11, 4/6, 4/11, 5/9, 7/6, 8/6, 9/6, 10/6, 16/6 each. MOTOR BAGS— Strongly made, Neat Designs and New-Shapes, 1/3, 1/9, 2/11, 3/11, 4/11, 5/6, 6/6, 9/6, 10/6, 11/6 each, WHITE KID HAND BAGS, 5/11 each. NEW LACE COLLARS, 10|d, 12R 1/3, 1/6, 1/11, 2/3 each. New Jabots, 1/3, 1/6, l/ll£ each. New Frillings for Neck and Sleeve Wear, White and Cream, 6d, 7R' 10R 1/3 yard Blouse Nets, double width, 1/3, l/6i 2/11, 3/9 yd. Embroideries — New Designs, I/Hi dozen Embroideries and Insertions, 2jd, SifJ, 4£d, ...

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 — 2 January 1914

J. E. HENRY, I {Late George Pring). Undertaker 81 Cabinet Maker. Funerals Conducted in nny part of the —District New and Up-lo-Date Plunt and Furnish ings! l'rompl Attention, Reasonable Charges and Considerate Treatment to nil. Orders may l-e given on mv Iwhalf to MR. PRING or at ihe 'THE DON' where my \vi-rkslu-|j is-silualed, or at my PRIVATE RESIDENCE, Kegcnl Street 3 uimrsoff Hill Strcel. Public Notice. £. Hennings Willies lei utility the public that he has purchased the Watchmaking and Jewellery Business conducted by P. Voisey. In order lo find room for new and up-to-date slocl; a SALE nfihc present sloclc will be conducted for ONE MONTH ONLY, .and .25 per cent reduc-, .....f . I Jon' M-in l^jijadc; off every article in the sluip. Cessnock 81 Aberdare Co-operative Society, Ltd. TKNDKRS are invited for KEMOVIXG House and Shop now occupied by Bool Repairer to a:iollier allotment. fenders cloje Monday, January lath. J. J- HILL, Secretary. Return Thanks. W1C, ihe undersigned, do he...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Board to Deal with Afternoon Shift [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 January 1914

Board to Deal with Afternoon Shift At the latter part of last week . fears were entertained that the trouble over the afternoon shift on the SoutlrMaitland Coalfields would culminate in a stoppage of work. - It appeai-s that the miners have got tired of waiting for the Board to deal with this vexed questioil'and express ed cnemseives strongly to witi eueci. ~'~ '. After several meetings however, the matter was brought to a .head on Monday at a conference of delegates from the Maitland and Greta Coal fields. ? Mr. J..B. Holme, Industrial Re gistrar, addressed the meeting in, the afternoon. He explained that he had been in communication with the judge, and discussed the claims that were before the court. After con sideration, tne juage naa aeciaea mat the court would resume on the 5th, when the two cases at present before the court, those of Lambton B and Whitburn, would be determined by the 7th, when the afternoon shift question, which was on the list, would be taken and finished. Mr...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Peculiar Individual. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 January 1914

1 ? A Peculiar Individual. f:.:;-::'-.^--. :: -' ''??-' .'''. ' ? t^- vAt the Newcastle Police Gourt ;kst Saturday, Henry Latham (22) ?\ ' slaughterman, was charged with V' vagrancy, to which he pleaded guilty. ' ' - Sei-geant McKellar aescirbed some peculiar habits of the defendant, .' ? which had earned him an unenviable notoriety. The sergeant stated that ' '??' it was a frequent practice of defend ant to lie down in the street or some other public place, and pretend to be in great pain. After being taken in '-.'- ~hand by, kindly disused persons, . and provided with medical assistance - it would be found that he was merely shamming. He had on occasions 'been taken to the Newcastle Hospi tal, and there found to be quite free from suffering or complaint. On two occasions the defendant had been taken to the Institution after being ' picked up in the street and in Short land Park, apparently suffering in tense pain, but the officials knew his peculiarity and refused to admit him. On...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Randwick the Popular Suburb. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 January 1914

'?] Randwick the Popular Suburb. A sum of over £7,000,000 ' has been expended on 8476 new buildin gs during the current year in the city and suburbs of Sydney. The most popular supburb was Randwick, with over 800 buildings, costing nearly half a 'million. Canterbury was a close second. ..,' The Newcastle district fire bri 7 ;gades received three calls on Monday!

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Proclamation of Sooth Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 January 1914

Proclamation of South Australia. ' - - - The seventy-seventh anniversary of the proclamation of South Aus tralia as a British province was cel ebrated on Monday, when a close holiday was observed. The day was fine, but hot, and, as usual, Glenelg - ' was tiii/uugwi. . -lug vibibuic auuuw : colonists were entertained at lunch eon-in the customary manner by the Mayor. Mr. Glynn, the Minister for External Affairs, was among those ^present.

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 — 27 February 1914

Have received ijisJaiictions from owners to .sell by}: Auotion,.titiheir . -i1- ? . .'???'^ : 'yawb^fife^A^r'-'*'' .-. ? ?'?'-.' »t'2'o^|ofev'*i:^' % ' 6 '^m:^lt$t0M^lt . 4 VMT^ERS,a;S6BING|s6S^ . 60-FAt «G&:/:. --'.Vr'^f'^- ?.?-.? ..-?'? -':- ?*-'??-? '?--'' / 2\ ? ^-sfv*^- .'' Adcotmt Mr ''drifflC '??'i ^y &A0, ^ lag, 6 years, broken to :saddle^anj|r^ ' harness. '-J;' : ,;;;\-J :/- ^( '????' ',;. Speedwell Cycle iDepot^|;^^ Desire to announce that since the . Fire they have taken T«mporary.L : - Premises in Cesenock Hotel Buildings. -. ,^- ''?- Speedwell Cy^es. ^:_ Highest QmI^ ,',? 1 ..;'???: ??? . . Ch«S*st Price? ??.;- ;;-,-?-. ? '4 ;???'; From £7 «? to £15 Caih. ? W; D. GLYNN, ftlana^er. ? Are you aware that ? : ? » ' #?. H. Shackleford Litchfield's 'Buildings,.. \ CESSNOCK, A ? r is the Leading and Cheapest Saddler and Harness Maker in the District We make all classes of Harness, Dray and Leading Harness, Spring. Cart and Sulky Harness. Saddles, Rugs, Bridles,...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Illness. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 February 1914

IUnesa. The friends of Mr G. W. Barnes; pastrycook, of Cessnock, will be sorry to. learn he is at present ill — the trouble being gastritis. This afternoon Mr Barnes -was conveyed to the Maitland Hospital. We hope to be able soon to chronicle his com plete recovery. \ The formation of the local choir has brought forth a number of lovers of muBic. . Several rpersons come all the way from East Greta to be pre sent at the practiced This shows alove 1 of music, and. argues well for the success of the.qhoir. Mr. J..D.;

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cessnock Eisteddfod. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 February 1914

Cessnock Eisteddfod. A meeting of the above was held last Tuesday night, Mr. A. T. Storey presiding. Several applications for the posi tion of judge of elocution were re ceived but as all replies were not to hand the appointment was held over. Mr. J. O. Jones reported having interviewed the proprietors of the Amphitheatre and Arcadia regerding one of those places to hold the eisteddfod and submitted the terms asked by the respective proprietors. After discussion it was decided to accept the offer of the Arcadia and a sub-committee was appointed com prising Messrs. F. Voisey, J. O. Jones, A. L. Poulton, A. T. Kirk, A. T. Storey (president), and J. B. Ferguson (secretary) to make all annuities re tarnaulins to roof the Arcadia and to arrange for erection of sounding board, stage, etc. It is intended to make the Arcadia quite- as suitable as a hall for vocal, music, and intending competitors need' not be afraid of singing in the enclosure. , ? - t The' Secretary reported ' that the sch...

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 — 27 February 1914

Hdnoring Labor Representatines. in MESSRS. ESTELL, KEARSLEY, AND CHARLTON TO BE ' . ENTERTAINED. A public meeting of citizens was held at the School of Arts on Wed nesday evening for the purpose of devising means to suitably recognise* the appointment of Mr J. Estell as Minister for Labor and Industry, and also to recognise the services of Mir Wm. Kearsley, M.L.A. Mr Jack Hill occupied the chair, and there was a very fair attendance. After the business of the meeting had been explained by the chairman Itjtyas decided to entertain Messrs jggjj^ljkn'di^Kearsley at a supper on Ifn&y ^^0^mt , SO ' Oh the^jBUggeB^oi^t^^addeley it was aeoided to mBttHJeKMr M. Charlton, M.HiR. ^th itho^^S entertained, ' ?*w-W$:;;;vM: The price of admission ticket 'tqi s.upper was fixed at 5s. The question of where the cerem ony . would be neld: ''wa^ left in' the hands thfi^iffi,cjrg, , . . , , . ^j-j It was agreed that the entertain ment be exclusive for gentlemen. The preliminary arrangements wer...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Court. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1914 (Before Messrs H. E. Southwell and S. W. Snape, J.'sP.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 February 1914

[?] : .. ' «i- - .?-,''-.?. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1914; (Before Messrs E. E- Southwell and R. W.iBpWpe* J.'bP.) ; ;?; - Edward Benedict McEvpy was charged by warrant with defraudul ent appropriation of the sum of £2 10s. Evidence of arrest was given by First-class Constable Chinner, who stated accused had said he expected the warrant and had refunded the money^ Accused was remanded to Wauchppo to appear on March 16. Bail was allowed — self in £20 and one surety of £20, which was im mediately forthcoming. Thomas William Alfred Tattersall was charged with having no lawful visible means of support. ?; '-Evidence of arreBt waB given by Senr-Gonstable Nowland. Accused's father stated the young man would not work.'' He had been in the habit of taking fits hut ' had not .taken them for .. some time. * He was the source .ai : con tinued complaints. Accused^ wat sentenced 'to two months'* hafcl labour; in Maitland Gaol. Tattersall took a couple fits while in the custody of the police and whi...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Welcome Visitor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 February 1914

Welcome Visitor. It is along time since Cessnock lias had a moire welcome visitor than i the. splendid rain which commenced to fall on Wednesday. The rain, though not heavy, has been continu ous and of 9, soaking character. The conditions favor more rain and the farming population is happy in j consequence. ' ^Phe vegetation Jias been freshened up and the aspect of' things has changed in a few days (torn a burnt up Jbrown to a pleasing green. Mr. Kearsley, M.L A., states that* he expects jiendere tojbe oaUed^any; day for the ^construction ,^f the newJ qouf^ouse. BeBiatotgwUl iwjS

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STOCK DIE FROM CARBIDE POISONING. EXTRAORDINARY CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 February 1914

STOCK DIE FROM CARBIDE POISONING. EXTRAORDINARY CASE. The Esk correspondent of the Bris bane 'Daily Mail' reports that a heifer and a steer, both aged one year and 10 months old, the property of Mr. J. Thomas, of Esk, met a terrible death under most peculiar circum stances recently. It appears that the two animals had licked up a small quantity of powdered raw carbide, used for making acetylene gas. A few hours later both animals became very sick, and died some time after in agon ising struggles. The carcases of both animals were opened up, and it was found that the inside pf the hearts had been brightfully burnt up. To show how thoroughly the carbide had gone 'into the system of the animals, Mr. Thomas states that a little while after he had put up a fire round them in order to burn them off, the carcases shot intq a sheet of flame, as if they had been saturated with kerosene, and in an hour's time there was not a par ticle of bone or anything' eke to be seen. Although, he has not ...

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 — 27 February 1914

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Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hon. F. Flowers' Visit. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 February 1914

Hon. F. Flowers' Vint. The Hon., F. Flowers, assistant Chief Seoretary, will visit 'Kurri on Saturday afternoon, and from there ho will come to Cessnock, where he is expected to arrive at about 4 o'clock.' He will be met by the hos pital committee and taken to the hospital grounds where the require ments will ))e pointed out to him. The committee feel sure that Mr Flowers' will help them over the financial stile by giving them a grant of sufficient dimensions to complete the building of the hospital — provid- ing, of course, they haven't emptied the purse at Kurri. The local com mittea have a really good case, and it may bo taken for granted their speakers will put the matter to Mr Flowers in a clear andconcise way. Mi- Flowers will be entertained at luncheon by the hospital committee — the banquet having been dis pensed with — and during his stay 'will receive a number of deputations re local requirements. Mr Flowers will leave Cessnock about 9 o'clock the same evening.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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7ft. 9 1/4in. IN HIS SOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 February 1914

7K.-8ifn. IN HIS SOCK6. Mr. Kcmpstcr, who is only 20 years of age, and was born in. Lond»B, stands 7ft. giin. in his socks, turns the scale at 23st., and measures soin. around the chest. He can reach to a height of 12ft. 3in^and has no diffi 'csAly in w lighting a-¥|p*e-or.jcigarette at a streeFiamn. ^tr^fiiainMtoeasure inn. from the wristTWsd^ti^s''*)/ iiiis . fingers, and he claims Ww^e S/TO&Ss, er span with one hand than ? any -msin' in the world. He can cover 16 keystif. a piano with ease, and span 8ft. 2in. A'ith his arms. When be presided at a smoking concert he grave a capital rendering of 'Dreamland.' His father is 6ft. in height, but his mother is only 5ft. 4111. He, of course, has to be provided with a special size bed? and has to bend his head to pass through the average doorway.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Search for Limestone. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 February 1914

Search for Limestone, The application of Mr A, A. Hol land to enter private Unsc{ the proper ty of Mi- A. Kelm»B, known a* Orizaba, in the Parish 6f Pokolbin, to search for limestone, was again be- j fore the mining warden, Mr. C. H. Gale, P.M., , at .East Maiiland, on Friday last. The hearing was fur ther adjourned iill the 6th March ;¥r|^|;^stoo-t a^red for %. ,

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VISIT POSTPONED FOR A WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 February 1914

VISIT POSTPONED FOE A WEEK. Official notification was received since the above was in type that Mr. Flowers was compelled to post pone his visit owing to being unable to leave Sydney, and lie will now visit Cessnock on March 7. The date is a very unsuitable one for Cessnock residents as a whole, for the local races as well as the sports in connection with the miners' picnic are advertised for that date.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 February 1914

The Weather. Reports from Wollombi district show that the rain in that locality has been heavier than in Cessnock. About two inches has been recorded there whereas Cessnock has had little more than half this quantity. Reports from Newcastle ptate that the weather there was showery to day.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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