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A Matter of Justice. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 25 December 1914

- v A Matter of jnrtke , ' At last week's* ? frieerang-ioif iiie Cessnock Miners' Lodge reference was made to the good work carded out by a uuruber of the Extended employees, in- providing a home for the' widow of a fellow workman who was the victim of a fatal accident. The .mafckflt4 was hroueht forward hv reason of certain* . rumours and asser tions that have been made regaiding the funds and a duly audited balance sheet was presented to the meeting. The .report showed* that the -.mem- bers of the committee had collested, sufficient money topuichaeethe tim ber etc, for the house, pay certain debts, and a balance was still de posited in a bank , the committee members ^iad erected the bouse themselves in their spare time The* meeting ?carried the following resolu tion; ' That in %ite opinion of this lodgo we compliment the committee upon the ciej3itab)einannei m which they done their duty to~Mrs Gorman and family, and foi the complete and concise jnannei in wiucn jne oamnce sheet is...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Precedent. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 25 December 1914

A Precedent. -?--?*- The Cessnock Shire Councillors must have felt somewhat elated at last meeting when a letter was read complimenting the council on some good work carried out in Telarah. The council is quite resigned to the growls of thtt communifcv nnd ware taken -unaware by the contents- of the letter. Probably in the history of the council this is the first occa? sion in which* such a letter has been received, and should the engineer decide to have tire missive framed the action may be looked upon as reasonable.

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 — 25 December 1914

CLEAR COMPLEXION -PJLtS. CLEAR COMPLEXION PJLIS. CLEAR COMPLEXION PILLS. CLEAR COMPLEXION PJLLS. Remove PIMPLES, BLOTCHES, BEDNESS of the ^ObE, DUIi NLbS of tho LYES, SALLOWNHSS of Ae COM^JJEXION, and that pull and oppressive tleling affcpi mlai-s They are the GBXAT REMEDY foi CLEANSING the SSS?$&, PUJEOFSINg' the BLOOD, ciuing CONSTIPATION, and INDIGESTION. Prevent GAS THIlIb, SOOTHE the NEKVLS, linpaiting .VITALITY and %aGOUB Invaluable foi banishing weawnlss and JSBNEBAL LASSITDDE and removing BAD TASTE in THE MOKNI^G. ^53iey affoid lelief in all cases of BILIOUSNESS, SICK HEADACHE, f}(jOWjSTESS of SPIRITS, PILES, tmd LOSS of APPETITE. They also^act beneficially on the KIDNEYS Taten BEGCLABLY they ensyi;e_ A CLEAK COM* Ll'EXION, HEIGHT EVES, and BLOOIUKG.'BAbZAlST HEA1.TH. A Priceless Boon to Men and Women, ?*'- Insuring Regularity. '^ Sent post fieo, undei Plain Cover, for &/9. Three timeb tho quantity foi 6/6, pop^ (fee, It you expenence -the slightest difficult...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE PLIGHT OF THE BELGIANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 25 December 1914

THE PLIGHT OF THE BEL-^» :-: ? ?: — -**? ? ?-??m The correspondence which wjm rived hy the last English maiUB brings to light the terrible har*U^ff shi]-s Avhich the people of Belgm^H' hp.ve experienced, and are expert- JV euciug, at the present inoment. an J M\ it plainly brings out that the ? money subscribed by the people in I Australia for these poor people's 1 needs will go to a very deserving I cause. Ce.ssnock, by subscribing ? £100, has acted nobly, But it is 1 hoped by tb&steady rising of their ? fuuds a further grant .will bt(JL given. Although based on on«1(M spot, a little idea of what is hap- y pening in Europe at the present time will come out of the facts given. Folkestone, in Kent, being the nearest open port to the Con- \ luieiit, iias uorue we uruni or me / exodus- from Belgium, and after the fall of Antwerp 25,000 arrived in one week. Driven up from Liege ;aud Antwerp, they arrived J| in huge numbers at Ofitend; andW when tliat towii waB threatened by fl t...

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 — 25 December 1914

Stttd Notices. To. stand the Season at Cessnock and travel the surrounding District : tho heavy Draught Stallion, - BLUE BOY - BLUE BOY is a bright bay horse, with plenty of bone and muscle, rising four years. His stock are jusl (he kind to realise speedy sales and highest Market' Prices. S1R1I— True Hint, a dark bay draught stallion, foaled Oclolier, i$6t ; sire Hoy Blue g sire Royal Hlue ;ggsire, Blue Kibbon, imp ; lilue Ribbon's sire, Darnley, by Moffatl's Conqueror, 199 Vol.-i ; dam, Peggy, 189. 'by Sampson, alias Logan Twin j g. dam by Farmer's Faucy, 208. ' '?,.«;? . ?..-.;'. ' ,,. r:^e, blue's dam, liay rware'by^9akuranili : r g* dam' 1-y Lnndsinan, iriip. froin Scotland. OftUiranch's sire lVler llite Gn-at. Dam'. 1'edigree isby Bismark; gd by General G-»rr don ; gjjil 'by Carringlpn, imp ; figgd A.I, imp ; SggK^l'y- Voyng , Chaiupion, imp; gggggd by drayman,' imp ; ggggggd by Dun.-' dee, imp. -~ Limited number of marcs only. Empty mares returned free. ? . TERMS : Single Mare...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stormy Weather. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 25 December 1914

Storiny Weather. Those people who were caught in ; last Sunday's storm jsvill not forget the expeiience f 6r '80*jneJiime. -The wind appeared lo blow from all directions ana4he^i^^*was envel k0peS-in a eheet ff^^t.'j*Jn yincent ? Btreet tlie nuisance was particularly bad and in consequence shopkeepers 35 Wdibusy time'fclearingup the fol- j lowing day. The wind was of i -«ycU)nic,ioi»e' apd many buildings y wera damaged in various ways. A 1 two-Topmrd house off AllandaleToadi | ocoupwd by Mr. Flynq, junr,, was at i one time in danger of being com- | *pletely oySritu-ned. A« it.was it was - J shifted off its supjwfts and lilted ;' to one side Some crockery was'^*? broken by the movement of the 3 house, and £-he -occupants' at one time i were compelled to retreat from their *~ abode The vera'naaii bi Hr. W. « ^ollai^d's Tes^eiice ,4n ^bblnii *treet ^

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"SWAT THAT GERMAN." (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 25 December 1914

^^^^^^m^^ | [?] JSh*-VfThis war business is toft, awful to '; 'talk about. I avolddo^ ing^BO generaUy*for the average man in the street, when het talks' about it, makes me sick, sorry, and heavy-hearted. But the peculiar' and narrow attitude ;of many of the Australiau working class to wards our German fellow-worker^'' lias arawn me rrom my ueiovea seclusion to ask, Why? A- short time, back I read an article en titled '^wat that Ply, ' in an Eug lish magazine, giving minute and careful instructions for the des-. traction of the house fly. , This re minds me of the attitude of those Australian patriots who would swat every German worker in our midst. Now, I wonder do they think this is a true working-class lately! or a judge of the Austra lian capitalist courts? Perhaps it was a Gerhian Iwage-slave or two who wished to comer the Austra lian wheat market ; perhaps not. I am inclined to think it was th« Australian capitalist who wanted ?to^nake a -ignaSd-'wKaj'' of Aus tralian workers^ ...

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 — 25 December 1914

?'?*» .r-':it''- ????'.'?' ?' ? ' '? .' '' ? ? ?'?' — :'' '?' ?- ? ''. ? ? ?' . ?:'?.?.?' ?'.' ' Gould Bros. & Co. Timber Merchants, (Near Railway Gates, Cessnock) We arc 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 -ldor-~no matter vvlicre you may reside — tho perfect service of Our Model Pharmacy Should your home be in any p iri, of Ccssiioek or Aberdaro, wo are prepared to deliver in quick time your smallest requirement. IF you lisi.ve a prescription we will seud for it mid deliver t!ia medicine ngnin. Our Pharmacy is equipped on . the most up-to-date lines and we can dispense your inediciues in a thoroughly scientific nia.uner. All wo ask is I hat you let us hive your order as early in the day as possible. H. J. FALK, M.RS. PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, T1N1I nt .'2 VI. N'CENT-STREET, CESSNOCK. J* Haittlfey9 sptoSLst, Has Removed to more Comodious Premises, right oppos...

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

: Cttshock Races. Gessnpck races were held SaliudaV last in iino weather, and the attend ance was satisfactory considering the -apprftach of the holdays. Some 'good ;;I-acing was .witnessed. f£he results yap &s follows ; — DecomberilaiHiicai^^S, one mile Arjaiftei^st'lipiibs, 3. Harvey ... 1 %iri ^GiMfte;'7s?f and 61b over ?i :;ymu$£-i:---. .:'??:. ? -3 Others :t)oway, 9st., Lady Lega tion 8st'81b, Sundance 7st 101b?, less 3 lbs allowed, Goolgar 7st 5 lbs. . - Betting :~5 to 2 Dowdy, 1 to 1 Sundance orAmuse, 6 to 1 Sonchus or Lady Legation , 10 to 1 others. Dowdy :'le3?at'the start, but Son chus took thq lead and .maintained it to the bend, but once in the straight Amuse forged ahead, and won by neck -from Sonchus, with Sir Gibbie 4 lengths away. Time 1 min. 45a- sees.' Flying Handicap, 30 sovs. Six furlongs, Kneelah, 9st 5 lbs, J. Osborne ... 1 Our Alf, 8st Slbs, Cohen ... 2 Kingo Lad, 7st 3Ibs, less 5 lbs allowed, Connolly ... 3 Others: Sealster 8st, less 7 lbs allowance, ...

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Opposition to the Celedonian Collieries' Railway Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 1 January 1915

Coiliei-iesC Stailwiay ' BUL I The ' Newcastle Argus' w- WJtds:— ' At the last meetirlg ' of 'the. local council a letter was' ; read from' the Secretary of the, JVest Maitlajadi.Poli-. tical Labor J/eague^ pilpi^fJiLngiagaiusfe, the Caledonian ' Cplipries,, pbtaiBing Parliamentary sancti^Q^fo^.run ;a vai{.; -way line from Cessnock' to Cockle Creek, and^skingirJie'ooaiidil to stip-'1 port the iLeasue ~i»! '. detent tli«- jKuii 'j way ;BjJl fifiwjjbefote sHJef. Houee.' The : council acted wisely 'fo'tfefombg-fchis letter to the Finance. Comniittee. fpr, decision-. It is curibusy^hp'^rieague'' should oppPse f ab'ill tliat' tirtll'' giv.e/a lot of work to the pepple^iiiecoii-' stniction of a railway.'1 Ifc^ig ' ti-ug'tlie railway will relieve West .Maitliindibfr some traffic; bujt.-^U .fa&.mttte.tihe coal will come to !.New.ca&tl$ tHy a shorter and more direct Kiroute.; Petitions have been signed against the Bill in .the Maitlahfl^ Wl'i^biig counter . /petition J ! ha§ ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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The Country Roads. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 1 January 1915

? : -A-i'Al ?-..?;;/-. ?.?i^;:i Our suburban vehicular arteries are in a bad state :afte'f J=bne ?'receiit' rains. Several'--? ^laceiT'^aifJng'1 tjie'1' Ellalong^Gongewai 'WadL- ai-8 devoid of formations,' ;i1J the ''lstt^stft)cKiiles .ftlone remaining. A practically b^ad spot is'1 iti . tlie lficmity'''6f ©'Neils', wine' pfiBinises-)1'1' -W 'feunday' last . these ruts were respdrisjl^le , ,jor , snapping the springs' on' a' 'sulky wnich was beingiridriveniovertbeni. At this rate our Sbire Ooundil ;will soon be rich! i. -,.-.;:.,?' /!:;?:;?

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Cessnock Racing Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 1 January 1915

Cessnock Racing Fixtures. : The : following dates have beea . alibied .the Cessnock Jockey .Club (subject to alteration) by 4he Austra lian Jockey Glub tbr 1^15 *—' '-': ., Tuesday, January 2^ _ .^ j _ (Anniversary Day) - . . . Saturday, March^i '; ; i,--. , . \ ? ; ,^^t^aJ,-April'^;|:v|r:SJ|;. ?' ? ? ' Saturday, June 5 . i z ? ^aturday^rJuly |1 .^ ????;? - - ' \ . Saturday, September 11 y: ^^Sajmrd^NowwobBr 20 ? * .- - Saturday, December; J.8 , ,

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Flying Boxes. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 1 January 1915

? ' v- ' v ?- -' -^' ? ? . - =' ? -??-?:' ' ^?y '' ? ?' v-.'-^^ : Like as #e wave always the poor WW8faP*Wfak- th.W#|Hr^r?mgP8,; $-P npgyflHa:-ri.penujg $$-. ...fiiis, yeax/-bay?eyev they are that numer ous they are causing untold damage; ?ttoauiDei'.siuoawon as 'very eerious-.' !Our;locttliana:'dis*»act^iopre8entafeiVe; Mr. A. Jenkins, led .in'ies^editionJot one against them on Saturday night, with more or less result, but he realized that whatever steps may be taken while. Ih6y'-iire- ''at' the'1 ftfittV' effective extermina*ioW)i')win' i!jnbt eventuate. To' ^'anytbibg piac cical a raid muBt fee' 'organised' oti] the1 camp. But another obstacle pre tents itself. Where is the'camp'V It may be on QongewaS -Greek.; Mul^ bring— anywhete.iVx.i --'Will r:iianyone; kuQwingi the sJtuBtian.irimmfeditibely.' communicate with aw i.lrepreserita- ? tive at this office that a raiding party might be -organised.' '^jie'^qu^'ker effective steps are' talteri^tfre 'iobfjer' the orchards will fee\^r^...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shooting Affair Case [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 1 January 1915

v^&t^^^^^ % - '??? ? - -'\:^e'rmany'Jfi|i3i^i:,l.^rii-j was sliot. tt AUandale ' some . weeks ago while endeavouring [ t? r^ypi^^-^'ivL^eqni ;?? nection ^iitk4:^Aint»bl^c-y0rdl|^^8 ?stiU-a'^atie^in'^mM^u^^BT^

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Ellalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 1 January 1915

[?] ^here wffe a 'large attendance |a%« thespicriic&iiEllalongsiftet^afiirday;1 the , scene of festivity being JPicni*' WHS!! !-iTn^IocaV ;! allen^aM ,rf materially swelled by ?vishi-rsMfrom: lOe^npjpkj oWfUflmb'j,..,Sandyri0reek,, and other places. .... .:-.; :.',ri!y, ; ;e.'i.- ! -, , Everyone, enjoyed ? themselves imrj men8ely,'-h'd.theaay %as not 'wait ing in exbitement/'Dnfing'the'day sa resident of Oongewaii was, observed rushing towards the .pienje grounds hatless and people forgot to pay at tention to the *utk6y, arid' similar dainties,' as they stared Sa ;' wonder ment. But it turned out to be a chap afraid of being: too. late; .for the ,roU,call. .: ,.,;-., ,.,.; .,:.' :'1-',.!,'i3j ,,.'.' Tbe principal event of theidayjsvas a great tug-o'-wav between, tbe .BuUockies.' 'and ;. ScatteiWs.8', ...The stakes amounted to four -gkllons1 of beer. Mr. Peter Coombes, aii Jex-' pert in /guch inatt4i-8- i^yas j made referee. The,.,BulloekieSiiio,wing to past i Jatliols gained...

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 — 1 January 1915

Church of England Sunday, January 3rd, ist Sunday cafler Christmas. Cessnock 8 (H.C.); St. Luke's 9.50(11.0 Ccssnock 11 (U.C); Eddenville 3; ML View 3 ; Aberdare 7.30 ; Ccssnock 7.30.— l'reacher ; die Rector. Tonight, Thursday, Watchnight Service at W. A. M. Rcay CampbelL PUBLIC KOTICI WE, the Master Bakers of Cessnock beg to notify that on and after Saturday, January 2nd, 1915, the price of bread will be 4-i per 2lb loaf, as fixed by law, fe. D. Nattrass, T. V. & N. Hihcins, F. Sherriff ? Stock and Pig Sale, Cessnock. SNAPE BROS, have received instruc tions from owners to sell by auc tion at their yards ou Wednesday, January 6th at 2 o'clock. Fat, Stock 40 Fat Pigs. FOR 8ALE Pure-bred W Leghorn Cockerel ; Padman and Padman range strain. — J Kerrin,- liall'i Estate, Wollombi Road. Clearing out Sale at ML View. SNAPE BROS. Have received instructions from T. God frey, Esq., to sell by Auction at his residence, Mount View, on Wednesday, January 9th, at 10 am I draught mare 'and...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Devotion Cooled (By Allofa Twist.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 1 January 1915

;;h';-- t-rttrfrftm*— ? ? 1 . r : , ; (By AUpfa Twist.) ? j! Old Melon stood in thoughtful moo)l ...In which. was pent endeavour, | Gazing into tKe silent flood ; ! : Of Cateh-a-Boy '8^ small river; I* [I ;A prbblem^racked his bachelor's soiil, A problem deep and weighty, I -Wnat*a~de^he aitttaiiibniTdroll' | : Was , he was nearly eighty I j ;. AnrlAfiSTBrrtS sirtdftfl wit-.h JlnvA's hht Hya*fefelfc«vl|;ii]ateyn I] ^jld^n^ki^j^ughter w|is the litkg, r ^bq'4 caugMhis ancient Jancyji;] f&ei* str4cklea'face, her iead'a masrf Of WPPwysh^ejQj_caiIed^ j^Nanc^' THeTn^ugnTEe'or^ai^ve^eienNa peach — fe«ayone%-platitatioh-^ — --— ; ^TA.much tokedf so out of reach^ % Wm^Mftve&mi .^ : Yiel fitety,6ujnDiere was ^be;breech :!\:i :?i -ii(j-.: tjii; l)-\S V- i:i{i''i- -j; L %Ye;lQrn hp gaiZBdin^ the,,«reek ? .AxJRfeijfy ^re;back,;h'is;!rJBfleQtion^r ; He saw the.marjcs onbrpw and cheek Of age's' swift deflection, ? . , ?? . SSut^did^ot Bee a jumper steal ? *'^eWiSms^1ED¥TOItfrCT'i' ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 1 January 1915

. b . . . - ^ -y ? ? ? ? J. «7o/l/ISO#?r Engineer VINOENT-tTREET. CEeeNOOK- '? Gunsmith and Locksmith. Sewing MachineTRepau-ed. ' ' Cycles Built and Repaired. All work guaranteed (or one year. ??'??- ? ??'. , FOR SALE. :: . ?;' /GRATES, ^HnW; Ovens, and Second hand Stoves of all nwiltes. ;, ; .. ? inspection myrmp.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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FIFTEEN CHARGES IN TWO DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 1 January 1915

FIFTEEN CHARGES IN TWO ^-s'MVliy/'' said' an 'officlBr, ?'?' ' th^re .have_ bejan, VPSOS.- shells ^thrown Jje tween the sea and Dixmude during the last week than in the whole of &e#56erYWar. ;l waspn'oriBtrerich Chichi was charged 'by.ithe fiermaps fifteen times in two days, and with out success. After that it was sim-- pjjr, impossible to, charge any mote, ;6s ltie%Ep$'n$l was'\sirewn sof'thickly charges were made duriDg the uighb, ^nd:*luring'4ihB iftstTsiifor ^even da»ys most of tlie heaviest fighting has i-e(ip d^qpe .in ^thfe y ark^,4)u| Jhose . ?Gwmans^ai-6 - oraVe — one'mttst sky thai. They- .-egine on again and i&gaoh', and1in.*uch numbers! But when they see the glint of Britifeh !bayonetsHie'y''simiJly turn and run. F^^.pdia^prisoners^have. to.ld nSe ,w-|'£eem to have bammereot^ respect toV-'$he British army into 'the Ger mans. .The ^ordinary soldiers a^e ,not;;bitterv againpfe.usj and: isome pi them have told me they now know, that theBritieh are gentlemen ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Current Notes Stock and Pig Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 1 January 1915

Current Notes Stock and Pis Sale. Snape Bros, will hold a stock and pig sale on Wednesday, January 6th, at 2 o'clock. The lots include 40 fat pigs. Increase in population. The increase in . population of Sydney's northern suburbs during blio jjapu iuui y&oiLa utsis mjuom a^[»u&- imately 25.000. Tender for Grazing Rights. As will be seen, from our advertise ment columns, tenders are invited for the grazing lights of the Cess nock racecourse property. The period is for one year. Wheat Seizure Act Mr. Hall, the State AttorneyGen eral, says that police reports from all over the State are to the effect that the Wheat Seizure Act is working satisfactory. 'Sleeper Contract - ? ; '^tti080 South .Wales .^Railway Workers' Union has entered into contracts for the supply of sleepers with a view to providing certain of its members with employment. Expected rise in Freights. The tone of cable messages re ceived in Sydney from America dur ing the last day or two indicates that ther...

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