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Improvements on the Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 8 January 1915

Improvements on the Railway. Right atong the line from New castle to West Maitland improve ments are under way. The various stations along the route; are being madaup-to-aate and ?convenient, A couple of years will mkke^a vast dif ference in the appearance of this line. ?'?' ? .? -? '' --.j. . -.. ?-?'?;. ? - ?'-?? ?.??'..'-'?? ? » .. . .l-ahM^Bidll*int'^ ;'?:':??' ?'' ; ;:.: ' ' ; ? tljoyers ;of the- 'l^bt ? fanitisic: at Bellbird. and adjoining townships will be afforded another of those en joyable outings next . Saturday even - ing when a dance will tie held in Crafts'JHall, Bellbird. .As the best music is promised, nothing is want ing,^,^-;:---'V-\:.--:-': ,' ?.;-;?; ? -\- '' . ? ._'?.. '..' ' .^^_^_______ '' *' * Mean Riijifile. 'r^A'BeUbu^'oorrespbndent writes '?' A hvdy from'Mount View got ashock during the week by almost walking on a death adder. Breathlessly she Bought the aid of a resident to send the adder : to another world. 'The; reptile was then di.scoyel.ed to -be alr...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Defective Cream Cans. CHARGE FAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 8 January 1915

Defective Cream Cans. CHARGE FAILS. Some time was occupied at tbe Cessnock Police Court last Tuesday in dealing with cases arising out of prosecutions against sundry dairy farmers by Inspector Booking. The first of these cases was against Wil fred Ernest. Thomas Snape, Mt. View. The Inspector deposed to seeing a can on 30th November at the Cessnock factory, which was standing bottom up. The can was badly rusted at tbe bottom. Sergt. Jones desposed to seeing the can ; the rust must have taken some days to accummulate; he would not swear the can produced was the can in spected by the Inspector. Samuel William Snape, auctioneer deposed the can was filled in his presence on November 28th ; his son was a registered dairyman. The can was clean when filled and it was to be left out for him to call for that night, but he forgot it.   John Edmund O'Neill, manager and secretary of the Cessnock Co operative Dairy Company, Ltd., deposed Snape's cream had been tested first grade; if...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Slight Accident at the Shaft. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 8 January 1915

Slight Accident at the Shaft. The sudden bump of the cage on bottom of the shaft at Aberdare colliery last Monday morning, rjiogw brought the twelve occupants to the conclusion that something unusi|al had. occurred. £lhe living freight: was bundled in all directions, but luckily the result was not of a ser ious nature. George Chalmers, a miner, received, ' ^njuries to, qne qf h^g knpjs.^ ^h'ich, Vn^pessjtatpd( hJja re_ mqyivl to, h.is, h^me, while "Puggy"   Jackson received, slight injuries to his back. The n^w winding enghie ?????BHHnMHBi

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Family Troubles. CHARGES AND COUNTER CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 8 January 1915

Family Troubles. CHARGES AND COUNTER CHARGES A series of cases were heard at the Police Court on Tuesday, when Thomas McGann proceeded against Charles King on two charges, one of using insulting words and another for assaulting him on October 31st. King had two similar charges listed against McGann. Mr. Waller defended McGann. The four cases were   taken together.     Thomas McGann, farmer, Pokolbin stated he was complainant in   two of the four cases, King was his brother-in-law; he was in Vincent     Street, Cessnock, on the 31st   October, when defendant rushed up to him, and said you are no b — good, and 'jobbed' him with both hands, he then stepped on to the street and said you're in b— rags and a disgrace, and made reference to keeping complainant's wife and family and to owing his brother £100.   The police came up and told him to get away about his business. He then went a...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tremendous Losses. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 15 January 1915

Tremendous Losses. # Mi-. Asquitb stated in tbe House of Commons that the British losses in the war, up to October 81, 1914, was 67,000 officers and men. This is a big bill for three months' fight ing. What the French,- Belgians, and Germans lost in the continuous battles bring the total to hundreds of thousands. Not made in Germany. A Swedish actress was arrested as a German spy near the outskirts of Paris. She raised her skirts and disclosed a, delicately shaped ankle and foot. ' Do there look German ?' she demanded. Her captors agreed that did not, and released her. Accident to Cyclist. A young man, named Davis, was the victim of a painful accident last Sunday aftetnoon. Davis was riding down Cooper street on a bicycle and when about to turn to ride up . Vincent street the brake did not act. The result was that the machine carried Davis on to' tho foothpath of the Co-operative Store and Davis' head and-sboulders struck the pave ment. ' Davis lay in a huddled up position where he ...

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 — 15 January 1915

Sive Mjncy on J'urniture.byibio'jijg a ;1 ? /^::\vmB§f^$- ;?.... ' :;| . HeW^ndj^on^p^^^, ' : -|

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Mysterious Horse. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 15 January 1915

- - - ?? Lf A h% of AstlLocouuedat flje Kuiii pound on Tuesday* wheu 0 bay horse was submitted to auction There was evidently some mystery about the horse, *ivuieh had been owned somewhere Around Minim, and was certainly well bred. It had the head and legs? of a racehorse, but was rough jn the coat A lot of knowing chaps assembled and there waB an idea prevalent that somebody would geta-SOs. snap, A stranger casu ally sauntered up to the yard, and asked . if- Anyone had seen a; grey, tnare. Ho had a halter on his aria, and asked .what was going on. He waw told there that there was a sale of an unreleased. horse, and appeared; to become interested. He had a look at the horse and remarked that it was not a bad sort, he would not mind having it. When the bidding started he ..chipped in, and instead of 30s. getting the neddy lie ran it up to £30/2/6 at which ptfce it was knocked down to fiim. Mr. W. fioderick, who fancied the look of the. animal, called a halt at, £30. ' Kurri Kurri Tim...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 15 January 1915

S^te-^st! TiuSA'i :7-a.Vn.'V-Sit fritdiy ? #3f-'--.' ?-.- ' ::-'*'..?: %???'???: ?'- '?'?????-???%. -*'? Meeting ; of 1'arishioners after Miass ati St. ? -'X'^'l'':. I '??? Joseph's.,. ' ... .? . Mais ai Ellnlong on Wednesday at '9.30. i; ItOCK JttlQ PJfr $X&S. Messrs. Snape Bros, have received instructions to sell at the Union ^Sliods on I Wednesday next, -.Jan: j 20, at 2 o'clock on behalf of various owners: — .-, Fat and Store Stock, ' r SOIfot Pigs. Clearing - trot Auction . 'household ?;??? furniture *% Saturday, 23rd January, at 10 o'clock V;';'1-.1-, ;?;-?;? 1:--;:-'-.'1.-— ^— ^. :*iy-.-&-}0lj\ J;D. jO'SULUVANli«l' received ihstruc tibns frohr Mr. W. H. MILLER, %$fil «i his residence, . \m ; _ . ' . . j Cbhgewai Street, Abertare, The Whole of . his Valuable i Household; Furniture, al the above, time and place. |. For absolute Sale. No Reserve. SHIRE OF CESSNOCK. EXTRAORDINARY ELECTION. ' A' RIDING. NOTICE is hereby -given that an ELEC TION of ONE COUNCILLOR to...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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A Xmas Eve Hanl. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 15 January 1915

A Xmti Eye Haul. The ?'Kiirn g##i' writes:— Was it a wiig or just a plain thief who got into Mr. C. A. Lynch's back yard on -rXmtts %Bve and twisted the ieadsoffl9 liead bl ipouUry ? He had some sense j of humor, certainly, for he left the heads in i-emenabrance of, the^obil eaByj tUneltlie hjBns.had1 under Mr. Lynbh's care, Mr: Lynch taLVD f-.fio f.tiinf mtifef. tlaVA fnnnA 'onma of the fowls jmighty tough eating. He had had them two an' a half years and they were middle uged when lie brought them. ; {In Cessnock we !t-ba^:* rf cheap !^6vS0f4i'b\it' f eyenf

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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People Say: [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 15 January 1915

mj^Mm ???:.-? ?? ? ..',;;?? ^?-?t That Lord Kitchener has stated be did not know when the war will end; but it twll begih'jti May. ^ That by the same process of reas oning it may be taken for granted that beer will begin to rise in price about the same time. That a good many of the sports are convinced that Timber is one of the best things to make money out of easily. That hot weather would be most trying should it come while the beer strike is on. ' ? , That to-day a man who haen't drank beer for three days drank his first pint of water for* 20 years. That a local hofcelkeeper reckons that the exciBe duty on beer alone means over £9,a week tq him. ,f| That lie, further states there is no money :jn iljai^eeeping. ridw tbatihe 'kilUng^/i||j^''^.'-|^it^i^-Vf|^''' That com^^^e^vtt^^to^hdjfta to iiear tl^ere-'is'ia djpu^#;'4n-''GeW.' nock— a'l)oei? diO}i|^it- - - That Italy has been endeavouring to keep out of the wai^ arid now an earthquake has taken pjace and shook things up. , ' i Th...

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 — 15 January 1915

Cflssnock Racing fixtures. . . ? ? ' * ? ? ? . - _. . ?? :* The; following dates have been alloted the CiBSf nook Jockey Club Pib^ to alllrjitioji) l»y the AuBtra liaq.JpckeyGlub for 1015:— .. '? ?-. ?? -?^'-iKV??i'-*' ??'-'?'; '.'? '';?.-. -? ' ' .':?.?;'?? . Tuesday, January 26 :- - {Anniversary Day) . ?r- Saturday, March 6 - . . -Saturday, April 17 Saturday, June .5 ? - - -... &tw$py,Jvly di- ' Saturday, Septetnber 11 J Saturday, November 20 ; Saturday, December 18

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Stock Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 15 January 1915

Stock Sale; Messrs. Snape Bros.' announce in our advertising columns tba't his usual fortnightly Stock and Pig Sales wULbe. held next Wednesday, at 2 o'clock. '. ????;'? -??'?'?'? ?':?? Cessnock Cab. The amval of a. cab jo .town dur ing the wgek gave ^^ anp|ber evidenpp pf gui-. ad»apc6m.eiit. ?-, Jin ^pur aflvev-; ttsing colnmhs Mr, A, W MifccheU unnqunqes the cab is for hire^ay or night.'— : .:'.,; ,: ? / -.. ??; ???.'/? .? Motor Club Jleetlng; '? ? - ? .,*'?'.?' ?l''1''^.-;:, ' ' , '. -. ? '. .'?.' ' ' ? - The members of the Cessnock Mo tor Club held their annual meeting on Wednesday evening,' Vwheirt thiere wag ,a f& ia^ndi^ce. T^beroti showed tlie oltib had a mernbersliip of 20. Mr. ffiftp.n*jSuest;^was elected secretary -t)r^e,$e^n, and Mr. H.^E!. Spu^hwfiU. pj*si^i&t;?' i A »6tion ; wis carried debamng ';^nyWe ini^rested

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Ellalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 15 January 1915

Ellalong. i . ? a ' ' '',- ? -? ? In days gone by the people here aboutB prayed for rain. Times have altered, apparently, and unless the rain lord, Jupiter Pluvius, takes a tumble that we can do with a little spell of dry weather, the prayers are likely to take another form. . A local philosopher, has ,been observed often of late in studious tbougbt. At first it was surmised .that it was tbe mysterious person ality of the Ellalong repbrW that was the cauBe of the unusual brain ?worK.* Since, be has explained that It is the weather that is the trouble, (ttnd the solution be is trying to ar r3ve# « : How_is it . that^e getto wanted to-djiy? Probably some Yeadei -can help him in his scientific' research. ' , v ^k^-' ''. ^. ? ?? ?' ; The dirty man.' from Congewai threatens to romove to the interior if things don't get a little - drier. -????? ? a '??-.*? There's money in bookmaking if all the tales told, or half of them, are correct. The new partnership of Sandy Creek bookmakers are rep...

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Cessnock Chamber of Commerce. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 15 January 1915

fettnock OiamW of Commerce A meeting of the above was lield at Attft^^^Hpt^^niiijnisday riight, when * ;$$iyliMi- attetijaRnpB Avas pre feided ovjet by Mi-» A. Biggers. : . . Cor^espondenoe was read from the Bostroas-Br-{Sei)6^re dopaf tn^n jt ^o toWledging leceipt of cbm)fl\inica §tr« die post^ppbo inadpqiiiafcy. A ^drfbei- letter ihMi^ftted that the pro posed alterations are to bo effected, and when completed aaj|)lei-oomAvill be available to meet all Insquiptnents. — Beceived. !' 5' From Hehburn,^., and the Gov ernment rjulw^y* ae^wledgihg re ceipt pfJetbBic re tbjfc early Sunday mo«ini^^i)Qt coiiueoting \vith a tmin^l^^.w : ' The Weston PiDgress Association wrote pisoniisiag co-operation in ob taining kh ©ariy Sunday .morning nraip,--rKeceiBea,: ~-i-.. .... . \ Jt|t|iiM^?Kearslei^L:A.. stating that Mr. Frank- JiJiyant, M.Ij.C., whp is a member wjlhe com mittee appointed by the jtiBgislative C^nc'il-te «rauire into ttt^r^ttepjof - ?^tka0fA Sfi^i^ ft-. -3^fti^6forini -ation on^io^...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 15 January 1915

ClNEIiA. **? _______ * -Saturday THE THIRD DEGREE * \ also Weekly War Gazette. Only the best pictures secured. Sid Monks& Go's. - SALE - NOW ON. Deposits at the rate of 2s. 6d. in the £ taken till Pay bay. ??? .:...., W:..'..-' ? ??'?? - '.' v '? ??'-.''-?. ;.V?~:-V - ;j Great Summer Sale The Money-Saving Charm for Years ! ? ? ' goods ; ? ??'???&&_ - v-.. Going *t Half Trice, and Quarter 'Price 1 ' ? ' --&.??''*-?? ? ??'?- ? . ?: ' Come and Imped our Window 'bisplay; the Bargains will * Surprise you I , : '' ?? ? ' ' . ? ?'? . ;?:??? s&Ss.--;:'-'' '?'. ?? ???? '? . _?_? ?? Ordinary Sale Eediictione wiUborfeeble in coi^arisa|pwifh xmre. | - Such Goods at these prices can^ JfOTsibly jasCypng. - ; ? , ' . ? . ?'' .'?.-? :; ;' v ?: ? V ? .v ?'?? -.V--;. '??? . Coruuft our Safe Gafafogue— fl ii: ' f^.t4t$jfewnty ^&n)ing ??'. ? ' '' ??? Suggestions. ?: -t\ '.'? : ..''.: Write fora copy posted free, on account. ? - The Popular Barttia Honie. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 15 January 1915

RHEUMATISM CONQUERED A Perfect Uric Acid Solvent Found, . + ? * ? . Contains a1-' combination of Uric Acid Rolvdut, llie Juttst Medical Scientific Discovery. We guarantee that' HBRBOS PILLS will cine Rheumatism, Sciatica, Lumbago, and all oilier Uric Acid Troubles. ' ; All Stores and Chemists throughout the District sell HERBOS PILLS at Is. per bottle. Sole Pkopbietou: J. E. HOWLAND, Manufacturing Chemist — — Sydney and Newcastle. CESSNOCK_ HOTEL, Under Entirely New Management. The proprietor of the -Cessnock Motel desires in intmwl« that patrons may rely upon every attention. The Cuisine, attendance and appointments arc of llio l-e.st, likewise the brands, of Ales, Wines, and Spirits. Extreme care and supervision of management is the watchword, and the general conduct of the hotel will be found right up-to-date in every department. James Attwater, Proprietor, Cessnock Hotel, Cessnock. To Avoid Disappointment ^2k Order your . {\ *l _ ' !|| I ,'i|F , Spring & Summer Suit '^mJ...

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BY-the-Way. The Rise in the Price of Meat. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 15 January 1915

illfefc v r (By AHofa Twist). ? ? ' ? -^T* — -* . .?'?» The Rise In the Price of Meat. There are few influouces so poign ant in effect than anything that di rectly or indirectly interferes with the gastronomic oaso or normality of the people. Hence the patent pills for pale people. Hence, too, the moinentus fizzle now on over the raising of the'price of beer. The vexed question of the moment is thei'ise in meat. Affecting a broader area than the rise in beer did, and more dras tically, it is small wonder . that the matter is being freely discussed in almoBt every thrifty household, or where the family is more or less ' large in comparison to the earnings. To what end the matter is discussed remains to be seen The least that can be said is that in view of the fact that Australia does a big thing an- ?; nually iu the production and expor tation of meat the position is unique, When war became an. established fact our grocers did a, big thing in flour for a few days, but since the adven...

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Current Notes Afternoon Shift Conference. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 15 January 1915

Current Notes Afternoon Shift Conference. A conference between the colliery proprietors and representatives of the miners, in connection with the after* noon shift was held on Tuesday. The conference was ths idea of Mr. J. M. Baddeley, President of the Miners' Federation, and the method of proceedings demonstrated that lie had struck the right system. The upshot of the meeting was the -fol- lowing proposals by the proprietors : ?We are prepared to make pay ment of three-pence per ton extra on all pick coal won on the afternoon shift, and three half -pence per ton on . 'machine coal won on the afternoon shift, and that when the collieries can produce as much coal on the one shift as was being produced on the two shifts, the owners agree to meet the men in conference and discuss the whole question again.' The miners representatives promised to give notification within a fortnight of date when the conforenca will 09 re sumed. No Explosion. j The use of the new powder in the Aberdare an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 15 January 1915

Cook Bros,, Family Butche'us, Bellbibd. Only first quality Meat stocked. Quality the best, Prices the lowest. ' Civility and attention our motto. Buy Everything at Anthony Horderns Ttre inoltiftwe pian ot buying ewcnithtng at AHTMOHY H0RPERH8' *? 8am Money Tor Town * Country allKa. ? mUE. rOLKT *l TOP Qulfe «l SOTTOM 1 Pritt ft»t GOVERNS EVERTTHirtG »U * .t lie KEW PAUCE EMPOUIM »k» HAVOC vita A, PRICE si BOOKS, an* HITS Ik BOOJUEUERS Url. AMTHONT HOftDERNS' BOOK DEPART MEHT«UtnFAK ui AWAT tin BEST «Ik U fe'bal, ui ALL tk.t b WORTH READING It W*«tU witUa rack *l EVERT PURSE Omsk tk aitpcr *l Anthony Horderos5 famous Low Prices An At LATEST FICTION, STANDARD WORKS -IXAVEL. H1STORT, BIOGRAPHT. THEOLOGT. 'rOCRT.Ot CLASSICS ui O* ESSAYS ?( FAMOUS WUTEBS an cnlUUt. . W« ntii Jeatat «( lloiumtlt Bnai PWffi BOOKS. . - WRITE V Cackle PRICE UST «f feAt. P«tt Fret ?» nveiL Anthony Hordern& Sons ' ? Limited, ? Only Univern.1 Provider., HEW PAI4CE EHPOBIUH, Brickfield Hill, SYDNEY. Hilt...

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BOOLAROO RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 15 January 1915

BOOLAROO RACES. ;v 'Bullfrog' anticipates as follows for the various events to be decided at- Boblaroo Racecourse to-morrow XSatuiifJay), :t— ?-' '.\ ?-?? 'Welter Mile. v ~MeUlUv,..; :.. ? - : 1 :;' v Pllilkahv ;'-, ... ... 2 '??'? ? r Count Alwyne... ... 3 ?.'. '? - Shorts Handicap. Mulgawillab ..* ... 1 Sir AymeriU .:. ... 2 Giem ...... ... 3 Novice Handicap. ?? ... .-: Roy'iGift '.' -.- ». 1 ; FlprrieH. '..'..,/ ,„ '2 ' _:? p^iiu^;^ ;?„ ???' \-, ;». ?-. January Handicap. Kef .;.?: ... ... i Sir Bannerett ... *;. 2 ?-. Missjljegatiori... ... 3 ; / Welter Handicap. .; , . ,S£o'ria ;...';'r;; :?'.?;.'.. .^.. '1. ) . ;.:';Biy3liicb\;. ?. ?'. ..V.-' . ??'?'.'.. ?'?J3'-.* { ...'?:

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