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

- OTHER REQUESTS; In the correspondence other re quests from the Chamber /were dealt with; 1 An application for cooper ation in a scheme of tree planting for CessDOok ; 2 Tbe need pfj widening Vjucent street; new jJtaigrfhM'. J that consideration be gfton to1 the clearing out of the gutters vpf Vincent -and Main streets Anna a ihnnfch ab a etenoh, is caused by . the aooumula tion of iaith;; ?'-'??? Cr. Snape moved that wben ji scheme of tree planting is submitted it will be considered; and that the Chamber he notified that the matter, of street widening had abeady been atteiidetl to, '' / ; ; V : '? The* .Dr«sid,eBtrefflftl-k.e4. that Ike engineer intended cleaning out the' gutters in various portions of the ehire, . j.-'- ' ., Civ. Morgan said they were auked to olean the gutters ohoe a lnpjaih,^ ?jf they .were going to empl6#|fbgi umintenaiice inen in the main s|v-^l^ of Cessnock the sooner they levleo1 ^ local rate the better.' ': The money expended in Vincent; street during ihe....

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

STREET WATERING. Cr. Snape moved that the clerk submit an estimate of the revenue at Id in the £ in the proposed street watering area.; He pointed out his idea was to find out bow far the rate would go towards defraying the cost of the water. Cr. Morgan pointed out that the peaple who owned the Main-street property .had signified. they did not want tbe water. ''....? Cr. Tulloch said the 'matter was one that should not be delayed. He seconded the motion, which was carried. ; r ;?? -v :?-.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Earthquake. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 15 January 1915

Earthquake.; An eart^aake has --»ccurred in Italyj tjuftrofid $bock beingl. j^st^ ienoed in 'central &nd Southern Italy. In the '. -town 'of AyeKzabo only 800 people remained out of a populatipn of 8000. . --„ J Beet Strike. Beer has been the cause of many troubles, and just now the jjribe of it is causing some excitement. The beer drinkei=s are indignant: at the' rise in Hie price of beet', and deolare they won't drink it while it is sold at M a pint unless the hotslkeeriers are' willing to ^iupply; ftii-pinfc fprJ;8dfi Last Tuesday night the local beer consumers struck ; that is they de Brmined to drink no more beer at le price. OrT Wednesday -hight |!bout 800 attended a meeting on tbe: bridge in Vincent Street South and quietly decided that tbe strike should continue for all time while the rise lasted. As' a further guarantee that no beer shall be drank tlie meeting determined^ :tUey would u^t rj^e^ the mine ' ca^eJ' w^th : W? jfteifcen fguqr? h'ft^jqg ftofrjpk whi)e the ...

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

Ceswock butrjctflb»pif|l. Tbe first atiyD^Priieeting -J&f the Bubspribore of tbe^^n&£ffistriot Hospital wa8.J^d::ih:tije%fc--l of Arte^ast Weci|Ses4ftyifB»e|^g| :Tbere was Si very fefe a^BnoPce,|whicb was presided oy6r li^f Mn 'M.|BaiUie. ,;4%.j^J^;i^wed..^^p;f tbe .on^cpaniri^^heiwJ^l took PUkjo on jfane;!*,' 'ima oi^oly 2nd ^ir8tpHtffintwas^toifc|i..Riuce ^ 13 ?^^tsS b^ treated andTit1thties xti'e ttcoomnTo^fe?on Svas, taxed. Twenty beds and 3#s were fluppliisd- Ijy tbe; GovernnieDt,' one cot by 'Sbiath Cesshqck^lScbool children, and : 2 beds by t|fe ccm mittee. The Geverniiient paly al lowed fdOO for the piiiposefof fur niBhing, which, in 4be; conimittee'fi opinipnj was not spent as judiciously as it knight have been* ' The pur chase of furniture and operating tpeatre requirements had involved an expenditure of 4207 '19s lOk, The inconveniences' caused by . ttie want of a proper kitchen and sleeping ac commodation for the nursing staff and employees had been broug...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cessnock Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 15 January 1915

Cessnock Races. The Cessnock Jockey Club races to eventuate on Anniversary Day (26th January) while being the club's broaching fixture for 1915 programme also gees an advance in the amount of prize moneys.. This no doubt will be-noted^ with every satisfaction by the sporting Avorld, since it is palpa ble evidence ijof :tb- club's status on the one band,-end on the other is a dernpn6tratiQn§^f faith;: that, the hithertd abundant patronage will in $^4^!#^rite St|talnecl5^nd 'i^^^ji^^i^^j^.-yBn'B- irans 6otid|is i^H^b&^ib'ifiiaSre Ixseniisniiirely si^^|M|^|^n^;^|j;J}B:; 3$fcen/T ' jt&ntlp Wp^^^B^-tfp^iiii^niiices diniogtyy^), arid the committee expeot'anothevisucpesBful .meeting on the S6tb. Entries ;|or, Mils meeting close, with the eocretary on Tuesday next,19itti; y\ ? J' ?'?'??- ?-- —

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

Quick Work. 4 Mr. Henry is pushing on his con tract for the erection of the two storey building in ^Vincent-street fow Mr. Endersby in first-rate style. The building contains some heavy timber work, which was got rid of 'in quick time. This week the carpenters, painters, and electric light installers were all working at the one time. For a good-sized job th.e work is being carried out very smartly.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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The Chamber of Commerce's Requests. BEFORE THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 15 January 1915

? '}:'^^f^0^;:: X. :,;;|| \ BEjrORB:TflE^^^(CIL; f;| ?* ? ? ?„.??. ^- -,i , ? -,-? ,-^ At the meeting of tlie J3e88noc^ Shire Council on Monday^lie questr ions of a inttnicit||ility for Cfes^nock and ; the watering i'pf ^ ,-Vin#n^ ina Main stree^a* f-4ugUli|6ir%ard by a deputation fronf the* CesBriooS Chamber of Commerce, was con sidered. MUNICIPALrrSL ''} -.= ' The deputation had aske£ th#t the council' would depute one' fi-uriciilor to jpin a tleputation to thy Mi^iBter with a viewto get^njy « munioifiiftlity granXed for Ctsahock; ' ;.i« The j)re8iae«ft--sa5d;lie hfl& :*$?$&: jection to assisting tlie 'people ^^l&a this end provjdSl it could be sgo^ft they had ; tA^trros^edg^; Jjs| tbi jnajprity of J^ie ratepayersftayoi* incorporation. They liad tiopbwii to send a councillor with t|ie denu tation; the ordinance laid down the; tiioy want*a a municipality, otters 'liad sairTtliey tW not, and when ;the true state of fed&g was arrived at he would be.pfe...

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

HOME HINTS. ': Silver never tarnishes if a piece of araml)nbr:is Icept in thfe silver-chest. .^ 'A- fc\y. shrerjs of candicfl Jcmon-peyl. impart; a .^eJicjpiis flavour '%Q. lii^d bread-pudd'ng, .??'??.? ? : If the salt cakos in thcccjiar -during damp' weather, put al few .grains of 'rice- in with iit.' ?.-;?? :.- ^.r i- . '_: :-.:_ -v--_:-: ^,A few dry bay luayes thrown ou to r die, fire -vUj j^U .tie r^rnAyitii a pleas ant; sindijIastin^'lJerfume.' . y ; ; ; ' Tooth brushes should be occasion ally dipped ^, into boilink Avatcr to dis infect them. Triey \Vjils{«1st) J:^t lohi?er '.'. A-r^'aid felt bat cut; to a proper size and. shape makes cosy soles for boots arid. '.shoes.. .% ; '?,??.'? ? ? ....' '... /... If a ribbon, sl^ps -oui- from the lin gerie beading 4ry sewing % tjny jiut rjon pnrea,§}rfiB$ of .^ jepath. ; ; . , |p|^|f¥^yeRr ; *ij^'t.Crjnai'Ut.;. Mw$:

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

Cessnock Shire Council   The monthly meeting of the Shire Council was held on Monday last. Present : Crs. Johns (president) Snape, Bercini, Tulloch, Morgan, and Mr P. Crampton, shire clerk. It was decided that the next meet- ing of council be held on February 1st. REPORTS. The engineer, Mr. G. F. Linde- reported that the Water Board some time ago erected a rough culvert across the water table leading to Neath pumping station. The cul-   very frequently silted up and had caused damage to the road on several occasions. Upon his recommenda- tion it was decided that the board be informed that the culvert is not a proper structure, and that they will be required to put in a proper cross- ing within a month ; also that they be asked to erect a culvert across watertable leading to office in Vin- cent Street, Cessnock.           The Hunter District W. & S. Board wrote in regard to council's &a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 29 January 1915

(Tomntonwealtb Jfe35a!ik of Husttralia HEAD OFFICE t^^jg SYDNEY ' \ This Hank is open for all clasws of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS « STANWAY HOUSE, KING STREET, SYDNEY ? . : Also it, ....... Caiiberru, Newcastle, Ifelbpurnr, Adelaide, Perth, llolmrt, rtrisb&ne, Boekh»uititon,TowiuvilU and I/indon. Cable reiuilUnges aiade to, and drafts dmivn on foreign places direct. 1'oreipi bill) ne(,'ot»te-l And collccred. Letter* of credit issual to any part of the world. Hills negotiated or (orwrnrded- for collection. Banking and Exchaiiire Iliisiness of every description transacted within the Common, wttilili, United Kbipdom and alircari. Curreuc Account* 0}-ened. Interest paid on fixed deposit*, Advances made against o)'Vtrovc-i cecurittes. - * ?SAVINGS IBANK DEPARTMENT N.8.W. Branch Office t SO CASTLEREAGH STREET (top Of Moora 8t), 8VONEY. Bmnches in Hie above cities aiid 2,000 Arenclaa at Post Offices throughout the Conmionwealth Deposits from 1/- to C3OC. . Interest tit 3% per annum....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 29 January 1915

J''':': '? -?'?' ;:' . '????'.'.jv; v';?:- ?'.{?;?' -.- ; ,-';.;. ...?...:. ?M**** !»?»#»«£ : . .. ? -~ ' -(?' v -; . ? .? ? ' ? ? ., ' :. Wob%mn ? f^;JjniMf«»H-..j«lW|**|»i«»Jl . ? . ,' -?:?' 'wwVw'wMWttrsnofiw -P'HVRB »V f- S31CTV1J «VAtU20* 19Q1P3H I 'AH JVJIOOia 'AHQISIH 'laAVHl fTMft (WVaHViS 'H0I13tSiSSlV1l»1-ll» . 3H-IM WM I* «!»»»?!»!* ««'1 «t OHHJY3X HUOa «! V* it* -« T'! «» *! «i»'is8s 'i« tv»vr™ii«vj»'»«-unii ?1SVJ30 3OO8- ,SHa3OlOH 1K0HIHV ;, snn v* 'Riooa i» sorta «v ._*»»? boKwr «*«i* R(!U'0iK3 SDVIVJ M3M «HI »« . , ?} t« 5«mUa3A3 f Ht)3ivO3 f*V ''!'« 1 \ v.jjfinTnunooV^oi jb Buiin^0ft8j3u|Anq r ' ':? ..;.. '? |o urjd riijinis^'eiii Hilton W. Racf nidge, THE PIONEEB Grocer, Mercer, and General Storekeeper, '? ? BELUBIRD. Ali orders delivered. Calls go to a'l parts -- . district. Boms and Shoes sold equal to any(liin-; in the Cily.' SpeciaUJne of Miners' Bluchers. Prices ojua) to Cessnock. Call a«d Ii»|-/ccl. When desiring anything don't forget the local man. A. Jenkins...

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A Nice House. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 29 January 1915

A Nice House. It is always a matter for congrat ulation when we find that the solidity of our town is being exempli fied by the erection of buildings of modern nype. In Cessnock to-day are noticed, despite an adverse factor in the form of the war, many build ings of handsome design in course of construction. Probably one of- the best of these is an extensive bunga low residence being erected on Hall's Estate, by Mr. G. Palmer, to the order of Mr. G. Harris. The houses covers an area of 52ft x 48ft., and the design, is neat, and attractive. The walls are 12ft high, and the room are lined with asbestolite. The quality of tbe timber used in the building is a feature, consisting of seasoned iron bark and tallow wood.

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Cat Hatches Chickens. CESSNOCK CAT'S PERFORMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 29 January 1915

Cat Hatches Chickcm. CESSNOCK GAT'S PERFORM ; ANOE. The heading of this paragraph will probably cause many readers to come to the conclusion that there is some thing American concerning what fol lows, yet our informant vouches for the correctness of the factB* ? Mr. G. Smith, of this town, set a hen on some eggs, and when a day to go to complete her duty the hen struck and declining all efforts of her owner to bring her to arbitrary reasoning, she refused to sit. Just at tbis time a member of ' Mr Smith's household, to wit, pussy, met with a bereave ment, her new-born family having died, as an experiment to save his valuable eggs he hit upon t^e idea of putting the eggs in the basket with the cat. Strange to say, the cat took kindly to the eggs, mestled them in to her, and the following day the chickens were hatched. The chicks have come on splendidly. The -curious family were photographed, and the picture provides indisput able testimony of the truth of the forogoiDg. : : : ??? ; ....

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Ellalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 29 January 1915

& 'iS.':- ^i:^&:^Mrd:mh: £. -t: i*'T'~ The weather 3uring the week hat .been.yery/fsawn^wally too warm ifejf' 6ut-do-ifcij^k.^ Eecently we; 'w^efe'' growling about too much rain; ijo-w we \vjiuld like a, shower to cool the aiiv ., '??? ''[? '?? ? ? v'. ''. . ' '' ,. ? ''? A .sad' death' is reported Ironi Wallaby Gully. It appears an old resident; tied a calf up to his fence, and when 'he .returned to attend the calf -was surprised to* find it dead. At the inquest a verdict of death from strangulation was returned. . A rider was added pointing out tbe ad vantages of allowing a calf more rope. ? ? . ? ? . One of the enterprising firm of Comino Bros, is erecting an immense cooling house; It is understood that all varieties of high-class fish are to be preserved there. The extension of the industry should be an acquisi tion to the district. '? a * * ' ? . 1' . The head serrang of tbe'Coimuo firm has received an%a3ent of a -lopge'.' consignment of a patent tieVvTJie ties ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Residents of McGrane's Estate Surprised. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 29 January 1915

Residents' of McGrane's Estate Surprised. The people of McGrane's Estate experienced a surprise last Monday. The surprise was occasioned by a commotion at the intersection of Allandafe Road and McGrane street. Some strangers were noticed unload ing picks, shovels, and a plough, and the wonder became amazements as the strangers set to work in a busin ess-like way to plough up portion of the street. One resident concluded the case was one for the police and was preparing to complain when a re mark was made by an outsider (he didn't come from Shedden's Estate) that lie !)ad noticed these men work ing on Cessnock roods before. A closer inspection was made and the mystery was solved : they were maintenance men ! The fact ~that people failed to rocogniso the men is excused by the statement that this is only the second occasion that they have been seen on McGrane's Estate iu about eight yearsr ( The residents are naturally delighted. Tlie same may be said of the hospital commit tee, the me...

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 — 29 January 1915

I ? . Cessnock Racing Fixtures. ' ? ? ' 'Theiifollowipg.' -da-ies ,-? have been: alloted the Cessnock Jockey Club ?(subject to^alteration) by the Austra ,h'an Jockfiy^plub^orl915 : — . Satui'daj') March 6 , ' \ . Saturdaj', April 17 . , ., Saturday, June 6 -,,:? ='?.,'.; -.- ? Saturday; July 31 ;' v Saturday; September 11 f^:A\ -' i S(tWt:^-', 'MoffisphBi- 20 , ? :? ' '?% ,; .;:? -Saj^a^'PecjB'mher^i. -?vK^^

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Timber Breaks Down. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 29 January 1915

Timber Breaks Down. Following upon Mr. A. A. Forbes' horse, Timber's, third successive win it was not at all surprising to find him backed to win on Saturday, and when he broke down in the race and entered the enclosure lame the sport ing folk were genuinely sorry at the occurrence. It was with difficulty that the horse was brought to his owner's home at Sandy Creek, and up to the present he has not been able to put his foot to the ground. The muscles of one shoulder and leg appear, to -be badly strained, and it questionable if he will ever be able to race again... ..It will be. remem bered that the absebfi^of Mr. Forbes1 horse Tarilla from the racing track was caused by lameness, apd itria to; be hoped that at least one of the colts will regain sufficient soundness of limb to prove the quality of the raie they have already given an ink ling of they possess. , ?

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Illness. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 29 January 1915

:- ?;? Illiieis. ?'?/ - ? li-is with regret that \ve.-'«5ednJ ^fee^ne«9^f....MrJ.iJohn Hill, J.P. Mr/HiU Jjas^baen 'ipweirifor some months ': tand' has , now become an inmate of the Cessnock Hospital; where, il; is 'understood, he will un dergo in operation..'-. We join Jack's many friends in tbe wish that tbe operation will he successful and that in the course of a very short time he will be restored to'healtb, .„ ,'?'4 ' ' ' '? . ' ' '' ' '

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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An Intruder. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 29 January 1915

An Intruder. There wag anrunusap;:opmmbtioh at the Oessnock ?Hptel^asl j'Suiaayi' 'morning. It appears that during the absence of Miv und ? l&s. Westcott; from town, -who. occupy, a suite of rooms at tlie hotel, .'a manjvandered into their rooms.. ~\He Occupied the feed during 1 Saturday night; and on Sunday \in6ping %« ai||coyereli'ui the room . : Se %ai3 1 . Jojckedllie Soor wfl.£e-#itaa^^^^ he stubornly' refused .tp; unlock it,' Sergeant .Joues' added Via thJB;«u-, deavour to -have J&a indoor unlocked. Iiy ;ihe^Lijin«pite,d-: guisti ^t^not; he.; -It-was .then decided to burst the ;dpor open,' -^wbipij^ecisjpB avas '?. spop ^rriejjinte! efepj;. $1$ \0& jn^Bd. jg^tv^ras ; then jra|s|^dj;a|jier $, ;ifew^|^|9ii!^^^r«g^s1^ !ja'.^'jiijp|i^r^^^|^,^.^'bug'h''.,te'' i«ito;|i1;!wl48^.^!|i^^W;:a«liywa^ of t a man made' irresponeible by excess of drink. : ©n .Monday, :the.: : cause ;pf t!ie Hcominotipn appearad before ^tjjie ^u|ilin'i)iiBi^^.iebii^j^. of resisting the...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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THE BEER STRIKE AND NO LICENSE. [To the Editor.] [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 29 January 1915

THE BEER STRIKE AND NO LICENSE. [To the Editor.]* Sir, — Permit me a few lines in re ference to the beer stiike in Cess nock, It is a surprise and very in teresting to many people to note how this strike is lasting so long ; person ally, . I would Ji'te to see it last for-' ever, and all the members of our No L. Leaaue are of the same wish — and we are by no means alone. Our League reah'83 that 'this rfcike is directly hitting t!ie brewers — they must liavo their drink retailed through the publicans -to the con sumers. This strike is enough to make people doubt whether alcoholic liquors is a necessary commodity. Our Government has termed it so. I suppose that the social custom of the day has made drink necessary to those that sire unfortunate enough to have the acquired taste for it, but beer, or strong drink on any descrip tion, is no more necessary to our young drinkers than the dirty creeK which runs through Ces-nock is necessary to the health of the people of Cessnock. One great...

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