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Electric Light Poles. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 February 1915

Electric Light Poles. At the council meeting, last Mon day, Cr. Tulloch, during a discussion over lighting arrangements, remarked that some of the electric light poles used in Cessnock were very bad, and he wondered -why they had not been the subjeot of complaint. One thing that wa's pointed out to the writer was the using of slender poles in cases where it was necessary for heavy transformers to be carried. 'Under such circumstances it would have bgen only :naturat to expect the use of stouter po\es. . -„

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pokolbin. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 February 1915

Pokolbin, ? 'The wonderfully prolific season has lett our flats iarid ridges wth an unprecedented crop of igfass which, owing to the dry weather stands a menace to comfort and property. Should fires start we are in for a bad time. Snakes are feeling the effects of the dry weather and want of water — which' necessitates them shifting camp. This accounts for the com mon encounters' reported daily by residents and travellers in our district. ' An exceptional vintage will result from operations this year. As you will probably know the wine season is in full Bwing. Tests have revealed an abundance of quality and quantity of juice that has not obtained hither to — the result of which is much satisfaction on the part of vignerons and folk generally. How very ex treme is tlje situation here compared with that of our brave defenders at the war front. The season has been productive of almost everything de lectable. Good practice shooting is very plentiful for walnut weilders among the grape v...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To-morrow's Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 February 1915

Tomorrow's Sports. Tlie CosHDOck „ and ? ?' Abermain Friendly Societies' sports, postponed from laBt pay^ Saturday, a*e^a»wn; for decision to-morrow, and the at tractive programme submitted must draw a large attendance. Tbe bill of fare includes trotting, cycling, danc ing, tugo'-war, and other ^thletio events. The sports will be jconducted on Brown's Recreation Reserve, and every arrangement to cope with a successful day has been taken into consideration. '

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 — 19 February 1915

flnttiori^r Hordcrns buying: everything at hi : AHtBbMrTrdBDEBMig' ,'* Savas'; Money ;;- - ter ?„ - I -i Tcwn & Country allka. i; s tnHEFOMCr*! TOP Quttr WBpftQM 1 ' friu tb.l GOVERNS EVERTTHlJifc ViU I * «i IW NEWfAtACEWPOaiUM pl.n - HAVOC -riH IW t-MCE .1 BOOKS', ud HITS . JfceSOOSSEtUnS UrtvW. ?..;,/';.(«, ? ANTHONY HOBUEftlUV BOdK mm Kent akn far «j away the .best «!« - in -b, iai. U3 Alt Hut i. WORIH READING . h broutll wittdn rack at EVERT PURSE Itnmffc tit «i«bcj «f ?' '?' -..*;.'. ^ntliony Hord^fls^; Famous low Prices AU6»IATEST nmON. iTAl)DARD W0RE5 TRAVEL. IUSIORY. S10GRAPHT. THEOLOCT. POETRY, rt. CLASSICS iai Ike ESSAT5 .1 FAMOUS WRITERS ^re»«a»M..r . ? W- nuke * Into* «( Hudimdr . Sms- PRUEtOOKS. v ,?-.'.? WRITE iwCm^Itf. PRICE UST. I B^b. P«^f^r«-«'«Wi«Wt' -~. :.i'M''i!,-: 'J\- ''?.? ,.-''.- ??'?*? ^' '* *:?'-.'??.' Only Unlve'rwJ fravidera, HEW PfllftCt tUPOfilUM, ' Brickfield Hill,, SYDNEY, Hilton W. Radnidge, THE PIOJfEEE;^ . Grocer, Mercer, and General Store...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Into Line. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 February 1915

Into Line. Messrs Whiteford and Lindus ap proached the employees at the dam yesterday to contribute 6d a fortnight to the hospital. The employees listened to the advantage of such action as pointed out by the deputa tion, and agreed to fall into line with the miners.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"The Waddy Family at War." [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 February 1915

'Die Wtddy Family at W»r.' ? ? . ?. ? i in . . When this head was read it ap peared as though a kind of civil -war was in progress among this family of athletes and scholars. As the par ?was raad, however, it became evident that ' tbe little word '-tb'e ' -before war 'bjifl feeen jpmitjbed,.:and:tlie'1irpa ;blp wflis npt ijie fftiiUy'p, but the Kaigpf's. - ^guite $ mmtyf vf thV well-known family are ftffipng the fighters, and tjipsp i v?ty» haya tplywi? $ppred and are arifjpus ip figWipr, the mftuitaitMpg of the liberty *f the fvndest coiintry,-he world has own or 4s jpven likely 'to know. r. S. *, Waddy, of the Commercial ?B|nfe, ^ssnjjcjr. is ft member.;of the jf ainily, and while he is- not a yolun ^|f ^g doing iilr' flnty 1ii 'looking

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ellalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 February 1915

Ellalbhk ? . . - .V -'V '?'--??? ?-'-;.-;~. i''- ?'-'?? Two roads to the VacBs were lost tote .week, but , the .cpmmitteemeii and others shouldered their axes and hewed a new path. -The disappearance of the . roads caused much concern and the where abouts of one road nearly, cause a fight between Redman and Tlie Man of the City. Words most harsh were used during the debate. Two pigs had a strange experience while being brought from Sawyer's Gully by a Congewai lady. Nearing a lonely part of the road the piggies put their heads out of their rbags, winked, and quietly hopped from the vehicle. The were making plans for future movements when they were ambushed and conveyed to their owner in a crestfallen attitude. The local nurse is doing fine busi ness. The practice has extended to Congewai. ' '? -. ; ' Miv A. Comino was very nearly the Sactim of a serious accident on Thursday morning. The mare he was riding becoming frightened by a motor car wheeled round and reared... Good horsemansh...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Union Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 February 1915

Local UnicfiSales. Snape Bros, report very heavy supplies of produce this week; chiefly fruit and garden produce of good quality. Buyers both private and for trade^distribution have been in good attendance and prices have been good all round. Eggs were firm at 1/7 to 1/9 per doz.7non.ey.' 2/ 71b tins, peaches, good 8d toll, ether sorts Id to on, piums 3d quart, ngs 2d to 3d doz, pagsion fruit 4d to fid, grapes, muscats, 2|d to 3d, good black table 2d to^Jd; other cTasses Id to l|d 1b, tomatoes are firm at improved ratest'; good 83 td !/ -W., mediuin 4dtp 6d,; small 2d to 3d, quinces id, to 6d,t some splendid samples of apples are coming foi ward, firm eating 9d to 1/. medium to 6d, small 3d doz, pja.ia.rs, Williams, to 9d «loz,'«there 4d $o 63, lemons 6d tb'9d dozen, :?' pie melons 2/ to 3/, large water tneions to 5/ doz^ small 27, peas l/6to 1/9 peck, bean6 1/6,,^/r :pt)tflti#; 1/9 & j$.few& Sf\ujasli'iW(5 ip 4/, cucumbers 1/ to Ijil, cabbage' 3/- %o 6/, onionB S/6 ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Just a Cipher. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 February 1915

Jut a Cipher. When we read in a contemporary that the roll at the Cessnock School was 12,000 last year and 13,000 this year, we ielt like making an imme diate demand for the proclamation of Gessnoct as a city; for the removal of the nonrpayable trams from Mait land to Cessnock. and man? more or Ipss .important measures -in keeping jvith &e importance **arid population whiphmusfr be'ppBsessed by reason of having a school attendance of 13,000. The trouble was that a cipher too many bad ' crept ' on to the end of the figures, making the excellent juvenile population of the Birmingham of the South appear gigantic. ,. . * '

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stock and Pig Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 February 1915

Stock -and fig Sales. Snape Bros., report no stock was forward. )?oiiy pigs. -were yarded, chiefly, good quality porkers. The usual buyers, operated . ami 'although' tbe-.extieme prjees^that .ware rullin£ some time ago are not !npw obtain able. Sales were effected at good apd satisfactory -prices ^ sellers. :- ? We sold on account of following o^'nWs : P. O'C^nriorSii * porkeis at^ 4-7fl5l, bdl- ;iO0^?/^rJ^W^ei-l?ejid 3 fttV?l/^/,^;I^chi2:#3Bi^/, E. jm^l'i it 'MM : W; Stewart /3 at .£1/19/;- ?? '? :??? ?-?????'? ??y:----^- ?.?-'; ?????? The nowly-fprined ;v strjietg, \a McGriarte's JBstate are in a .frightful Bjiate bifjng to 4«f i, ? whicft in pja^ep lias, 9 inphes deep. ^TheceS nfithjqg 'io^'llbAt'^k'^^b^V^yjSBtosi^eli; watering f 6r f^orj s :vjij§ jjjbeni|,npe puv

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Buck-Jumping Exponent of McGrane's Estate. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 February 1915

The Buck-Jumping Exponent of McGrane's Estate. A correspondent lias banded us a letter concerning the doings of tl» buck-jumper rider of McGrane's Estate. He writes : — ' Just as the dawn approaches the residents are awakened by the sound of violent whip cracking. This con tinues for a quarter of an hour, which is quite sufficient time to awaken the neighbourhood. At first the people were alarmed at the noise but now they are quite used to it. It is great to awaken the miners in time for work ; all they have to do is to .keep awake for a couple of hours then rise in time for breakfast. What a pity this buck-jumping ex ponent does not put his horseman ship to patriotic purposes, or give exhibitions afran hour when the resi dents would' be more likely to ap-. predate his horsemanship. Pro bably if this should catch his eye, residents will have cause to bless his consideration.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
People Say: [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 February 1915

I We Say; ? \j:.: .'#-??.? : ..? ? . Tliat ft tjew medico is taking up quarters in town. ?? r That the cyclists ave putting in - earnest work on tlie tracks. That the latest \Var news is : The situation is obscure! That this would also sum up the situation as regards the afternoon shift trouble. . That a local cricketer brought a ; number of his friemis to a cricket .' \ match to see him bat. Ho went ; out first ball. -\ ? » That the repulse of a series of at tacks against the Russians in Poland cost the Germans over 40,000 killed. That Mr. Hughes, the Attorney General, is about to take a month's ' holiday. ' i That an article which appotfred in the ' S. M. Herald' last Saturday,' m under- the initials S. H., was from Vw'f the pen of a member of the ' Eagle '. M staff. « . That the Newcastle Jockey Club C made a profit of £7000 for the year. - I ' That cases of email pox continue ??? to -swell ithe. list of patients in4she .a/* Km-ri District. w]a * 1 That the local bicycle club is ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Social Glass. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 February 1915

A Social Glut. A social glass has revealed many promises and confidences, and the social glfc *»''???- :'n?.to -the health of Or. Jolnio, on ii.o .- dvction as presi dent, was no exception in this, respect. Occasion - ?'was taken- to deliver speeches. Or. Snape, in proposiug the president's health, referred to the ardorousness of a councillor's duties — especially when the funds were of a limited nature — and as surred the assemblage (a represen tative one)^that though at times they did not please, they acted in the best interests of the shire. In seconding the toast, Mr. A. Biggers detailed some of Cessnock's wants and trusted the council would do what they could to afford relief. Cr. Tulloch followed, and raised the hopes of the Cessnockites by stating his intention to move immediately in the creek and street watering ques tions. Cr. Morgan said he was pleased to meet his friends and ene mies face to face. His remarks were to the point and led his hearers to the conclusion that hi...

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 — 19 February 1915

GNfcliA. W ., Saturday THE OLD ARMY GOAT. also a Laughable Keystone, Only the best pictures secured* FINAL ?'???? ?;-.'' ?*..FtoriER^,,.; -???.'*--? Sid Monks & Go's. GREAT SALE. I See Bargains for the last , 7 Days. B* 'M$.\ Kempe and I2om Ltd; The Bargain House. End of Summer Bargains in every Department. Torchon Laces, very neat patterns Embroideries, lovely patterns, 9d, lOJt, 1/. 1/3, 1/6, 1/9 doz 1/6, 1/11, 2/3, 2/6, to 5/6 doz Flouncing Embroideries, 8id, lOf a, 1/lRull good lines. Millinery, Milinery, Milinery , Alt we have left over. You can have at Bargain Prices. Ready to wear jHats, flowers, Child ren's Peter: Pan Hats. All at Cut Prices. Towels, Towels, Towels, White and Grey, Direct from the makers so the prices are right We have the best stock of Silks, Prices from 7i to 5/11 yard. Prints and Zephyrs A great range to pick frpm--pricos to suit everybody. ?? '?''-.'-? ? -?'?'?'?'?'?'? :? ? ??- .-: - ? ??'?' * ' :-?' ? _____ This is the Season for Nobby Hats, we ...

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 — 19 February 1915

7 — 77 ? 1 GOVERN WENT ^ AVIfiGS BAWKJ tfertf) I 7 uilfcvu OF N€W SOUTH W4RS, fflBm. / UISt'OBIT, | ,, H«rf-«SU-ei 11 VOOB£-ST, BYpJfa*., I ' J **TPJT- J ' C..intnl«slonn--fi:-~n. A. WARDEN -Presid-nt)r \V\ Ill 6;jf. 'WOOD, ». 1-. HALL Cessnock Branch : J. E. Newton, Manager. ??' . 5ECMBIT1' AND SATlSFACTrHY INTEftte^ ar* i!»! leading features of tills Ilwiilu Hon. Deposit* -tvct^HetLyfTom 1/ u|'''|r.'t^i-,«t itnid'nt. 3V4 ppr cent, on flrst £2U*-. nil? Z ver**ni.Wijekcr*«!tiv£5----: Tlir JJaiik has 130 Sfe&HCKSS, and over 600 ACElfCIBS. - No. nseneles at I'ost-oltloe.-. . ' ;. ' . . ',.' I* DEPOSITS COAHAKy^ED BV f BE ^VEEWfflENT. I 3*%: 1 ' '' ?'? ~^~~ 1 -;?;??&%,,. { 1XTKHUPT ON By ordor of the Commissioners. ? ? . \ Oje IS^C'1^ , Jr Kii:sT,f2«o.;; j „ ..»?»;« ^-nVn,... I' TQ^do; * ' ? ?' ' ' ? ? . \* ' ' ' .'t*' '?*?'?* ?*?? '''-^^gtv^^'' - ?? * h -? ^ ''??''^ \ ' ? Under Entirely New Management, The proprietor of the Cessnock Holel desires lo intimate that patro...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Scholarships. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 February 1915

- Scholarships. Atnong the scholars who have been successful in securing scholarships in the recent examinations appeal- the names H jpf -Mite Lillias Yallance, Masters William B. AtWaster, Leslie ?M., Moorp, ^hbhlas Franlt Neal,1 3T-.\ ?. };1 ^Moch, JJavid.C. Robertson; Au'4iii - $; futted^- ; JPessfibek); ??jBci^riC, Slack, Moel E. Bcurne -Wfl!l»n4»i), ^Uej*#aer W» Tullgbli,: .„?. ?-...?? sMiaai-.:' IlothhuiT defeatea the Cessnock JuniqrSr last Saturday, t-y 109 .iiias.'', vRot^-ury; flcbV^l ;? -Ml orriua ' tJfiiinst

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 — 19 February 1915

nfVjB,.*** j^kl fr__j-'._t' of putting her WsilMMNG Finser 4Bf|i ? 5EE_1m|_- ?'??' ? ^He ffl through one of * my GOLDEN ? ^?.?-'/Vsi f-A-.:^ -... ^-rr'-'1: . ? $C~?*X'- ?---?.. y :! *.-?; -'rv\- -?-* *-»-?. -. ? ??-??-. .?.-. V ...-,- .-..;_ c ,^-A, „*. ,.-.;*, Everytime she looks at it, she'll THINK yijr^_^*''':r^Ji_3_asep OP TOO, and that fact alone should A^cS^^fli^a^^'a induce you to HURBY HER ALONG ^^^w^ffipSf Each of my Wedding Eings is a MASCOTTE and means that when, you tie the Knot, it will be-FOR THE BETTER and not for worse. I can offer you a WEEDING Ring at a price You'll readily admit is low. ? '? ? _____ ? . _ A J, EVERITT, m^ The Cessnock Jeweller, ^?V ###t ONE SHOP, Between the two Banks. Your attention is drawn to the fact that it is time you ( enrolled for your Summer Suit at Peate's ; also that the high quality of our Tailoring and the perfect figure and military hearing that our cut imparts, are highly desirable by all who — wish to appear as well-dressed and wid...

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 — 19 February 1915

Cessnock Oistrict Hospital. A meeting of the committee of the above was held oh Tuesday night.1 There was a large attendance of the committee, presided over by the chairman,. Mr. Matthew. Baillie. Correspondence was read from the office Aof i4bs:\Mipl8.ter ^for jfiiblio1 Health, leafing tbjitjM Miriieter was of opinion. that whea the' subsidy claim for the half Vear ended Dec. 31, amounting -to £673/18/1, is paid the committee should he able to finance the liospital for a further period.: — The committee- agreed' that Mr. Flowers had made a promise to finance the institution and that such amounts would not effect the subsidy, and the promise was not being kept. On the motion of Mr. A, Biggers, it was decided to write to Mr. Flowers expressing surprise and indignation that he was not carrying out his promise. From same, forwarding plans and specifications of kitchen block, also for the installation of domestic hot water service throughout the hospital. The estimated cost of the forme...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Cr. Russell Welcomed. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 February 1915

Cr. Russell Welcomed. At the special meeting of the shire council on Satin-day, Cr. Eussell, the newly-elected . representative of A Biding, took bis seat at the council table for the ! first time. The presi dent took the opportunity to extend a welcome to him, remarking that he had given a good account of himself as a worker for his district, and from what he knew ol him he believed he would act similarly as a councillor. Crs. .?finape, Tulloch, Morgan, and Bercini each extended words, of wel come and appreciation. In reply, Cr. Eussell asimfred them that flat tery was needless, while he apprec iated the sentiments conveyed. He would always do what in his judg ment was best in the interests of the shire.. He was very pleased to be elected as councillor, and trusted to prove worthy of £he honor.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Cessnock Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 February 1915

ft ( Cessnock Shire CoiuSH The usual meeting of ihtT above ?ivas held- ,-m Monday i^jmin^; There were present: Crs; T.~ Johns .{president), J.Y. Tulloch, JS. W. Snape, W. Morgan, G. Bercini, 3. Vi TCnacnll ' The Works Committee rocom '?' mended the acceptance of the fol -'?? lowing contracts : — Cessnock to Har ?:V pers Hill, E. Burgess, £153/15; £ Branxton to DeepOreek, E. Burgess, r £169; Branxton to Deep Creek; ?:. W. Mitchell £163/13/8; Great -V Northern Road, W. Nichols £144 ?? 18/. . Be rating of Ambulance Hall, ; Oessnock, the Clerk reported he can not see anything in the Act to show ' that this hall can be excluded from - rating. — On the casting vote of the ':?: president it was decided to submit r the .question to the shire solicitor, drs. Johns, Snape and Tulloch voted 1 for the motion. '; The clerk submitted a report re the watering of Vincent and Main Streets, Cessnock. The income at ; 1*J in the £1 realised £117/11/2: The expenditure maintenance of : standpipes (say fo...

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