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THE FATAL RAID. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 1 January 1915

^^--THE FATAt miDr , ].Th.0' Gjernian..raid ipn ]bbe tliree ccfasti kowrisVjf this ptei of: Jranc|— Dunkirk, Galusr-aBd (Boulogne— Jias' not only b.^nHru'^iial^d ;Ktbfe woi|ld be raiders have been punished ip a manner .which cannot fail to have a 'ti-eineudous affect on tho roorala of; the entire German army and on the whole German i-lau of campaign. As I write the night air is pulsating with the dull throb of contending, artillery. The dread music of the guns sounds Iou3 and tragic finals of the bl&odiest battle of the -war, and to-day has been one of its most awfuldayB. '

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 — 1 January 1915

tte Best Pictures only are shown at the ? — CINEMA; :*?? To-Night The Life Story of Mary, Queen of Scots. Open Friday and Saturday Nights with Star Programms. - Only the best pictures secured. Encouragement for the People on the Lower Coalfields to do their Shopping in Cessnock. VTV. ??''- sid : I* ??? ?*!?'? * £ .f * AND CO. g3* * .ff jirfiSWS sr'eT jf °' t» *? -3~§* Refund Railway Fares to every p.£sf'8f oo 1 _- 1^'™ Customer from Kurri, Neath, ^s&g x£ * I *f d J and Weston, who spend Two fe=i§ 8^ © £ 'Pl° Pounds or over during their *«, * | *i ill ?—?*? Jfj |- :. i m * - ft* t * so- go B co _ W £? § Remember our Prices are the ' 31 g ° « keenest on the Coalfields. § « _ -8 8 II I g. Big Purchase of Pyjama Suits for the Holidays, 5s«6d., worth 7s. 6d. -Our Jolly Xihas - Carnival Hundreds of Yuletide Suggestions to chose from for Ladies' Gentlemen and Chrildren. Don't forget your relations and your friends. Presents for the matron. Presents for the sister Presents for the B...

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

RHEUMATISM Ml^§EM0 A Perfect; Uric Add Solvent Found- ;;' THE GREAT HERBAt. REMEDY. .,;. /;.??, . ?? ? '- .'? ... ??* -- ? ????-, --';y-f v.'.-,': .?.;??- 'ri ,-!fi.ivji..!'.!-':i Medical Scientific ^DiBwjycty-.^VA^aralilw^^tot^E^Cro''-' . PILLS will -cure. BheurnatJ6ni, Sciatica, iitunbago, and all 'other Uric Acid Troubles*; -! ....... All Stores and Cbemists throughout the zDietviotiSeU HERBQS PILLS ??..'?' at Is. ppr bottle.' -' SOM Propbietoh: ;' J. E. HOWLAND, * Manufacturing Chemist ? Sydney and Newcastle. CESSNOCK^ HOTEL, tinder Entirely New Management. The proprietor ol'llie Cessnock Hotel desires to intimate that patrons may rely upon every addition. The Cuisine, attendance and appointments are of ihc best, likewise the brands, of Ales, Wines, and Spirits. . Extreme care and supervision of management is the watchword, and the general conduct oi Ihe hotel will be found right up-to-date in every department. James Attwater, Proprietor, Cessnock Hotel, Cessnock. To Avoid Disap...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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A Prosperous and Happy New New Year. To Lieutenant Tin ton and our Local Volunteers. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 1 January 1915

A Prosperous and Happy New New Year. To Lieutenant Tioton and our Local Volunteers. [bv am or a twist.] We gladly raise our. bats to you — The first in volunieeriug, Though be it known not in adieu — But iii a hearty cheering : Lst Hist'ry luminate your name In this your first endeavor, Embossing pages with your fame, To be forgotten never. A rush of proud, delicious teats ._ - - ^ Of lia.nnipKf; Amnfcinn Half ~ chokes the utt'rance of our cheers Because of your devotion : Tears sucli as everyone will feel When thrilled with approbation ; For this involves the common weal Of the Australian Nation. May S|J RE excursion shod your feet, Make SWIFT your every action ; Repulses may you -never meet , When you're engaged with faction; And when the Chalice of Success Is drained-.of full elation, Be sure we'll -honor you no less Because of Pride of Nation ! Avenge the insult to your King And Britain's desecration — Back in the teeth of Germans fling This blot upon their nation ! If need be e...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Review of the Year [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 1 January 1915

A Review of the Year - - - ~ ? The year 1914 lias drawri to a TclbsS ancl tt/e New. Year Jias been jishei-eii in amid ^orfd-mde unrest. Curiously enough, while genemlly the look out for the New Year fs re garded in anything hut an opti mistic light, wo, of Cessnock and dis trict are looking forward to a year of brightness. Whether it is that Cessnock and prosperity have bo come through custom to be looked upon as synonoinous, it is certain that so far as trade is concerned and the possibilities and scops for the transaction of that trade, that ' the New Year is corns upon us under circumstances most favorable. Yet the far reaching effects of that great European war are bound to be ex perienced to a degree, but there is little cause for alarm. The year has. been one of progress for Australia, in which the -Cessnock district partici pated. It has been a year of events, and one that will prapably bs re membered as long as the world re mains as the year of the commence ment of the great...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Items from the Seat of War. A TORNADO OF TERROR [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 1 January 1915

'?' ' ? -?' .'X'' ? ' ' ; ?*'?-' ' iCfey a^lyl &nefe. { ' A TORNADO OP TEEEO^ Those who have been in the battle tell v the grimmest stories of [the slaughter of tbe past week^. JTlie seaside towns are littered with dead in gdpkt f ®aJBj jiQ ^b^4^P trenches wOBiliu^cas coubfiJ m .tVw^Eesale fasHioh and filled tbe trenches up. The Yser, a name to be remembered in history for ever, has, it 'can be said witfi^utpx^ggoration, ran with blood ; bridged with dead bodies. The line: which has been flooded between Nieuportaa^iDixtpude;^ £ulinf|rno which words really 'fail to describe. The water is thick with corpses find ' muddy with the splashing of sbe|ls. ''It was a terrible sight,' ?, aii officer told me, ' to see the Germans' caught in their entrenchments when th*- flS6d ^&% Hashing in uW them. Just at that time thefmw from the' fleet and from the batteries of the^llied forces were ipcressed 5;very ; gaeatly on isgenjEfty. 1 On 4he; were at work with bullet and &iy...

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

Cominoii wMtft J^BaiiS1 of Itisiyfe'' ThU Bank is ope» for dl cla'sses o( GENERAL BANKII4Q? ^tlSIN^S^ *i -'-'!-!'?'?' -?''' ..,-.._, ? -STAttWAY -HOUSE/ K1NQ STREET, SYDNEY' i-'- ^' ';'f' Caabttn, Keii«^^fSSarnf, AdeUMe, Perth, Iji^bart, nri6Un«,Bo(fl^iAonS*r^iiiTilie ini'i«irfofc ' ' '??-Wllt,lE3S*T'2-MrteiV-l »'?^r»f-»dJiHfp oniforeign placet direct Foreipi bilis «iegoti»t*d and ? ?'~~ ~ : SAWJNGr'BANk^iBB»*«TMkSt;-.'i:4'! ?f?:ri^'1 M-M ''? .^T-ftfif «ffif»Jj^P «a|[Hff ««* 8TBEET (top of Moore »t), SYDNEY. Brancfiej in tiie «Cme cttfa and%ttib£srenc(M »t Tost Offices thr(iJtopuJ,th(;CVnwii(Ai1ra»IUi! B ii j Deposits. from i/- to £3OO. - .(ntorert mX9% op* annum,, A Deposits or WlttdrAwlp m»y b, m.d« it .ny b«3ii pAPe^SPuS^SOeJrhy^ MUESKEL^btfttTtrffilMaL ^anuery, iW*. _ upOSOXMHiPK, Govemo' ? -1 .i: ,t,. ?? .,;.,.-,:.,, n:iy.,,.iM!| ' JJO..W; -31 ;.'??? ?'? -? ?JM»^MMM»J«»l^ ? — — ? rr.s Of /s -fiJ3 v^£uf(6tC,|^fcnPWPLEXI0N PILLS. ? .- .=:.,., ,.., ; ..„ CLEAR, COMPffiWftH *WLlS. ...

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

The Traffic, From Wednesday till Saturday of last week 2656 passengers were booked from the Oessnock railway station. The figues of each day's traffic are: Wednesday 96, Thursday .278, Friday 1333J -'.Saturday 949,; Wjth AbejabjAe4eparturfis a^ded. thfr list of holiday rnakers becomes con*' siderable. «, V : The Price ? Britain's 7th Infantry and 3rd Cavalry held the Germans back~at Yser where the odds against them were eight to . one. A whole. ? world of glory there. The price? The roll call of the infantry showed that out of 400 officers and 12.000, men starting from England ;;f wb/; £1 officers and 2336 men reni|ifijffl^H A Day of Intercession l -; . Sunday next has been set apart by the Church of England throughout' the British Dominions as a day of intercession for the soldiers, and 'sailors now ^ei^w^^^e defence of the Empire. Special forms p! ser-! vice have been issued by authority of the (Bishops ah^ ;^ M* used throughout the Cessnock parish. At the evening service a specia...

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A Scrap of Paper : and Other Trifles. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 1 January 1915

A. Scrap of Paper : and Other Trifles. « » » 'The step taken 1)y the British Government was terrible to a degree; just for a word—4' neutrality/' a word which in war time bad so often been disregarded— just for a scrap of paper, Great Britain was going to make war oh a kindred nation who desired nothing better than to be friends with her.'— The German Chancellor (extract from the Government White Book). . . . And here are we, American citizens, calmly contemplating this feast of hell amid the game of devils, and calculating how be can make money out of it' — ' Hoard's Dairyman,' 9-10-1914. ' Just for a scrap-of paper.' said the German Chancellor :-Y ' Just for a word — ' neutrality '—at will to cancel, or, As suited best, adhere to. Was such e'er known before? Just for a sorap x-t paper ! 1 1 To plunge firm friends in war 1' What is the World to live for ? What, aye, is the Universe ? To honor a 'scrap of paper '— or-r-Bow to the Prussian curse ! To draw the line 'twixt Bight and Wr...

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

To stand the Season at Cessnock and travel the surrounding District ?Nfae fce^^r^gnfrStaUiDn, ? BLUE &OY,- : BLUE BOY is a bright bay horse, Wb; plenty of bone and muscle, -rising four years. His Slock .are just the kind to realise speedy sales and highest Market Prices. . SIRE— True,, Blue, a .dark. bay, draught stallion, TMlcff&l-3j&,$$oS?!fli« floJW . g sire Royal iilue ; Eg sire, Blue Ribbon, imp ; Ulue Ribbon's sire, Darnley, by AloffattV Conqueror, 199 Vol. I ; dani_, l'eggy, 189. bygSarnpton, fflias Logan Tttin ;«g. damdSJT Kagflw'WancI, 20S. #** f*|J jf t * t!ruSldu^'sJ:mi, !-%^n|r^b£Q^fli^i%^ ; g diim 'oy JLindsman, imp. from Scollaivd. '. Oakbrancli's sire lWr the Gn-at. Dam'. ' ^Pedigree is by.Bisraarlcj.fi d by General Gor-. ? ' ?' «J6n;.ggd Jiy Carrington, impi ggg3 A.I, , ! imp? 6ggg-i% ytwajM^tf^Stmrif] '?'??? ' ' I ! iBESSW ?JS'.Wjaymari, in'P-- SJgSBC' oy Bua :'?' r' dee, imp. ' '; ' I Limited number of mares only. Empty TERMS: ? ? __ ,^M^tBg...

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

People Say: That more rain is predicted. Thatdysentry is very prevalent in the district. That it looks easy to pick winners after a good day. That ..Lavender Creek has had plenty washing out lately. xnai mere ib a uemtn \n mmo from the seat of war. That the books gave the public a drubbing at Wyon-; races last Mon day. That the. Presidency of the com mittee of the hospital is to be con tested. That Cessnock district farmers are agreeing there has been too much rain. That the double at Wallsend last Satutday was a regular war double — City Gun and Scotch Artillery. That Pelaw main colliery is being completely renovated on up-to-date lines. That Mr. Brown evidently be Jiareii ifo&Atiii i colliery will work, some day. That all Cessnock appears 'to be holiday 'making. The to wn has been minus many old faces during the week. ' The new engine at the Aberdare Colliery is being placed while the mine is idle for the holidays. That the new machinery will be in working order by the tim...

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

HEDDON GRETA RACES. ' Bullfrog ' anticipates as follows for the various events to be run at Heddon Greta to-rnorrow : — Flying Handicap. Kneelah ... 1 - Scotch Artillery ... 2 Clara Merv ?? 3 Welter Handicap. OurAlf... ... 1 Courageous ... 2 Light Guard ??? 3 Heddon J. C. Handicap. Valda ? 1 TeWhare ... 2 Floral Queen ... 3 Novice Handicap. Mask Elyia ... 1 Mundoola ... 2 Famous Pet ... 3 Final Handicap. Gold Finn ... 1 Light Guard ??? 2 Extra Special ... 3

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

SPORTING ♦ - » ' ' NEWCASTLE EACES. Newcastle races ate down for de cision tomorrow when a splendid bill of fare will be submitted. 'Bull- frog ' selects as follows : — New Year's Gift. Sir Aymereii ??? 1 Bymerhild ... 2 . D.H.P. ? 3 Welter Handicap. Loch Graf ton ... 1 ^ Macacus ... ... 2 Plantain ??? ??? 3 Nursery Handicap. Lady Nauta ... 1 Royal Love ... 2 Silicia ... ... 3 Holiday Handicap. Scotch Artillery ... 1 Miss Legation ... 2 Danala ... ... - 3 Novice Handicap Bally seedy ... 1 Bee*'* r. ... 3 Mououda..! ... 3 : . Me'rewether Handicap. . AUaru ... ... 1 ' Niris ... ... 2 Frisco Lass ... 3

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOME HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 1 January 1915

HOME HINTS. m ? m Silver never tarnishes if a piece of camphor is kept in the silver-chest. A few shreds of candied lemon-peel impart a delicious flavour to baked bread-pudding. If the salt cakes in the cellar during damp weather, put a few; grains of rice in .with it. . ? A few dry bay leaves thrown on to the fire -will iill .the room with a pleas ant and. lasting perfume. : : , Tooth- brushes ?should be occasion ally 'dipped into Doilihgr water to dis infect them.. They will also last longer ;-;,AjiJl old^fejt hat tut to improper -size and Shape .mates-cosy isbies f^r '.'boots' arid shoes, . .-.:. \ .;?';. . If a ribbon slips out from the lin gerie beading try sewing; « tiny but ton on each end of, the length. A ,#lass.»f very hot milk sipped when grping to bed is saitj to be a cure for temporary insomnia. A teaclier asked her class to slate the dlilerence between the words 'results' 'and ^MJriBeflh^pw,. .A bright gh-1 replied: Itesulta are; what you. expect, and consequences are ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 1 January 1915

The locally owned horse, Timber, won the Novice Handicap at Walls end races on Wednesday, and many Cessnock punters reaped a fair harvest over the win. Odds of from 10's to 4's were freely accepted. Although this is two races in success ion Mr. Forbes'j horse has won. the owner cannot be said to be whining out of his turn. As the public got the best of the fielders at Wallsend races on Wed nesday there is sure to be a grest gathering at Newcastle to-morrow, and the Cessnock army will be strong. With the two daj s' racing as a guide, the picking should not be as hard as usual. In * the Carrington Stakes, rua yesterday, Malt Mark won by half a head from Porfcrusb.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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A Marvellous Escape. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 8 January 1915

A Marvellous Escape. William Dawborn, nine years of age, was playing on the top of Mount Tarrangower (Vic.) with some other lads, when he fell down an abandoned shaft a distance of 39 feet. He was badly cut about the head, and sustained slight concussion xne noy, wno iett wnen waiting backwards, alighted on bis feet. He was unable to speak for some time, but eventually responded to the calls of 'those above. A man went down with a rope, to which the boy was tied, and he was raised to the surface. Since the maternity allowance came into force 286,369 claims have been granted throughout the Com monwealth.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Cessnock Cyclist's Success. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 8 January 1915

Cessnock Cyclist's Success. - The 48 hours' cycle race at Sydney Sports Ground was won by Albert McBeath (Cessnoek) and J.- G. Atkins (Rockley)v. The winners negotiated 755 miles in the 48 hours, being i mile in excess of the next best. By winning, this team caused a surprise. Considering the adverse weather the distance traversed by the cyclists was excellent. McBeath is evidently a great rider over any distance and under all conditions.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Strange No[?]es at Mt. View. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 8 January 1915

:t' ??-?? ???'^?!Si^i|^l':f|^^ ?^ff! Residents of ^juoi^w, or ioine, of them, have ; been muoh diBturb^ by a strange buzzing noise in the air. Some have goneso far as to declare that tbB sounds were caused by an aeroplane, but no trace of the machine has been seen. Of course. visions of Germans, bombs, and other war-like things havet-een en tertained, and the shot gun has been laid in a handy spot. Now what might be regarded as a solution has come to .light ?/ it having been stated' that the noise was caused by the growling of the countryside dairy* farmers over the recent visit of Dairy-Inspector Booking.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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New Year Improvements. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 8 January 1915

Hew Ye?r Improvements. The Shire council commenced the new! i«af;iwell .'-Jjy clearing iip ~, Vin cent Street, The Jnaintenance men ^re-Jso engaged in\the widening of : the street opposite ^Sarroff'£ A cul very was -strongly eobstructed find bridged, and the ^street has iio w been made to the -pxteritp^tfl fidl width. This matter was recently-taken up by the Chamber of Commerce,, and the membei-n were pleased to see the work so quickly carried out. [?]

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Buck-Jumping. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 8 January 1915

.-:;' Suck-Jumping. A correspondence sends along -an account . «f,-a. great buck-jnmping contest which be. says took place last Monday on Mc^nes Estate'.. 'The iDMa1;'-..trbio^'.';'^T!Si3.-';^rir«i''!m a sulky, eventpaliy got the better of the contest, .dittp ' the nder. The, next performance ; will probably be adveviseTl/: ' : ? '. ' '

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