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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 March 1915

(Tommoitwcaltb^^Sgn^ of Eustcalia ?:/? ' w***iktipp*H, «ii tiuM^ 'OfcHmy^: p^nkino businu* * ;- ' ' ^-^-ir-r-TTrtV-J-'-1lTiit-t'^iltWt. 'iftjP&fr BriTHi-.|lrtHi»»r»».TtTr»rfllt«Ttil T,t«i» . CtaUt ratttnoM m*dt to, kad 4iMm~ flnun wtMfl plwl MmL' :' Pertirn htm *tp-tUt«J »?* MD^d. ,,UMMi*l*r»dlt iMMd * «a)P»rt ?» Ik* votU. Alto Mfwbtod «r fcmnnbd for ? ?with, UaludWwdota ted JtrtO. OimMMMliPM. Uttn«i»ld ?? «»4 dtpwlta. * ? ' ??????; ? SAVINGS BANK MfARTMKMT MAW. Brmitc* Oflkwt *© CAVTUOttMM HfHttr ftrnp «f Mmw »t), ?VONIV. BntDcbtUiOwbOT^cntMnni^oO* AfnmtmiirM 0«c— |hwngh-ut tttO-mi»H»W»»lth D*p**Hs fi*m 1/- to «SOO. ., Jn,«*a#t ,j*t ?* par annum, Oap«wHs *r Withdrawals m? W m4* a* iiy ,Bna* tt'ApiNp'witMa'tlit'OauMMirMttli. . JAlinXILL DmrtOtnanm. ? J««a^, MV r : ? BBKISON 4llLt,I«, «#*»m^ ? ._ ?'?.-'???.?.' dl' ?', . . ?? ? Worth the Waiting for they Say. _ But stnoe Hany Rsher has secured the valuable co-operation 6f his old ?ppUeigue, Mb. P. A. Simpson, of Eainbuigh, the...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cessnock Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 March 1915

Cessnock Races. The Cessnock races are down for decision to-morrpw, and a big atten-' dance may be looked forward to. Mr. Quinton has adjusted the weights in his most, puzzling manner, and. although the Ust of entries is oot on the big sidej, punters will find quite enough 'difficulty, in locating the win ners. A shower of rait wpuld be' appreciated, but jfche- weather : never was made to order in Cessnpck. The track is in-£b~bd drdei:rand'Some' finea^iBgan^^grainee^a, 'Bull- frog '' anticipates^is follows :—.??' Mairch- mDdip^p-^Tp Whare or J; Flying handicap— ^ef or Grain. N6?ice^HaBaiiDapi— iiord Garde or Goo^ar. ? .'- '??**,y-^- ? ? -,-? Cessnock J. C. Handicaps-Extra 'Spe^^orD.e|D^m^O-.i;' a ' .- ^ .; Walter Handieap^-Ket or Edewyl. Mr. ,W. S^ringbett, sanitaryf 'in...; spector, ' Bubmitted a7; report to' last ' meeting of thefhire council, showing that seven cases ofinfectious diseases haS.ibeSn' J#bpr|ed .4impg. thef.fort. night, five 'of scarlet fever, one of diphtheria, ftp...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pokolbin: THE QUEEN SUBURB. PANORAMIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 March 1915

Pokolbin : THE QUEEN SUBURB. (By Our Bambling Beporter). PANORAMIC. For the benefit of those not familiar with Cessnock district we might be excused for briefly stat ing that the area under review is the foothills at the base of the Broken-back Ranges, situated about three or four miles from Cessnock — and further. with a background ot majestic ranges, the farm lands spread in undulations of hills and dales, and show as a check-board of multi tinted greens. Immediately from the roadside in many instances; enclosed only by two-railed fences, the cultivations obtain. The De cember suns begin to -impregnate the berries with color. Thence on ward, until they are picked — operations beginning about the 1st of February in each year — the grape vines, ' supported by wires run through 4in. stakes 4ft. long, are heavily festooned by hunches of the purple-hued ber ries, ranging in weight to about — in many cases — 3lbs.' And the area under the vines ranges from a few, to as many as 80 or 100 ...

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 — 5 March 1915

Ellalong. A splendid dance was held at Mr. Ben Jackson's on Saturday night, 'and everyone who could sKake a hg enjoyed themselves thoroughly. Dick was in splendid fettle at the dance, and obliged the company with several songs. The audience was surnrised at the oualifcv of his voice. and Dick must have been himself for he took a lot of stopping. Tom, from Cessnock, appeared to want to deliver an address. It was a bit unkind that so little notice was taken of him. Tom's a bit of an orator. It is stated that Skinny Jack and Long.coat Willie intend starting a goat farm on the common. There is some talk of taking Mr. A. Comino into the partnership-. ? r: 'It is confidently stated -1 that, a. couple of local farmers intend to get their hair cut during the present month. The season has been too busy so far to indulge in such trivial things, but sinoea hair specialist -has made an offer for the crops, business will be- combined-with necessity,.: Shineyi who meets Toby in thef Stadium short...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OPPOSING INFLUENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 March 1915

OPPOSING INFLUENCES. As in all other pursuits, viti culture has its .deterring influen ces. Besides breeding its own but terflies and caterpillars, a peculiar smutty dust — a species of fungus, — is not entirely unknown. Both evils are met by spraying. Al though the grape vines do well in a dry climate, the excess of rain for this, above other seasons, has resulted in record returns. The average rainfall of 30 inches has tliis season been exceeded by inches, yet singularly enough be sides the extra flow of juic.e', ;the quality of the juice in extra sugar propensities, has also kept or, in some cases, exceeded other year's' tests. The great dread to the vig neron, Tiowever, is the thunder storms, charged by hail and in tense lightning. As regarding this season [b storms — which have been more or less very numerous — little damage has been done; but on one cultivation several rows of grape-vines were electrocuted by the wires supporting the vines, acting as conductors, Speaking to a ...

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 — 5 March 1915

People jfey; That tho sniallpox scare is- right here. - ' ': That vaccination is going to be rushed.. .... : ,. . ' : . That: the roads are cutting up badly. - ' - That a good fall of . rain is very badly needed. xtiat .Auanaaie ana. jNeam roaas are simply dust heaps in places. L That the Hospital road is being gravellei, thanks -to. Or. Snape. That the whereabouts of a certain young man. of 'Cessnock are being sought. ' ? . That the local busy bodies ave at woik finding out V7bo hasn't got ?smallpox. ^- ' That the atmosphere has been dust laden the best part of the week. 1 That there is an old saying : There's corn in Egypt. It's quite easy to believe' this now that there are so. many;corn8talks there, t '; That there must bp some libriY over, the etreet lignting'asiihe'men were noticed at work last Sunday. : That. Qujte a number of ' bumpers. pf;blue^'H have been noticed in Cess nock during the week. 1 That many of them were new upon the road: A sign of the times surely. . -; ^ . ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Motor Car Burned. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 March 1915

;^P?||b|!»;:^jJSbsM»1$ ''.'. = ? - '% M^E^jl^sieyaifta-a gensfttiopal expejrie^te:'-'i^st'''';!l!4pndAyt^;./;'^^j^ ^vinlif^nishis.^topter ? ca'v tieai? . ' . fiawyei^B /TiiJully, ihe' car suddenly tppk 'fire.V-.'''Mr.\An.s'tey:'hjiir|iea1y* slowed down '*nd made hie exit. The. car burned like eo much match -wooa. SF&'unae^i^p~a^o^|,r wi#*insu$d .\ 'for £250, but the car was a goofl one ' and . cost imicta - in ' e^peks'pf ? this amount. ' '?; y:*: '?!\.'.:j- ??;:;'''.??'''';..-? ' ? ??;. [?]

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gravel Consumed. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 March 1915

- €wel €«nsmiied. : ? ?' The coupojl last year pimped oh its roads 44,?75 yawjs of gravel. All gravel carted a mile and ?oyerepB^. the council 1/6. It is this haulage that the council expect to save money on by the work of their new|ii|p.. phase— the Fpdeii steam, waggoiji J[tF': It is very pleasing to record .jftje: fact that Mr. W, L. Mptti^ pony, secui'ed two first prizes and the- Resent Champion prize at the New castle show, .Walter must haye an extra choice piece of horse flesh in his pony. ' , ' The cabbage tournament concluded at the. School of Arts on Wednesday eyeningV ^Sir; 3BV; Neal ^nnexetl |he ^edatii6r^.fefej)r^:;:^Mr~^^^

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 — 5 March 1915

Public Notice. WE, ibe undersigned, memliers of the Cess nock Milk Vendors' Association, wisli U- in timate to the Public of Cessnock that ttie .standard selling price of milk by llie Associ ation is ns follows :' All Qnarts jd ; nil 1'ints 2{0 ; nil half, pints l.#d.. Gallon Lots and over, one delivery, at the rate of -jd per quart. : ..' ' ., :?.,'? Signed, ': X W. Vile J. Lord O'Connor Bros. E. Vile - . A. Slade A. Slade - E. Rkinner .— Tbreadgato. ' J. I.ord, Chairman W. Vile, Secy. , A. Stade, Treas. ' GRAND Patriotic Concert, In aid of the Cessnock nnd District Patriotic Fond. Attwater's Hall, Tuesday, March 23rd, at 8 p.m. - ' Promoted by Gertie and Eileen Ferry assisted by. the following: ; : ' . ?. Carl GotBch cellist, Dorothy Graham, J. Tj.'Oollins cpmic, Buby Hudson, *' Cyfifc Hudson accompanist.' ' Popular Prices, 2i and I*. 6d«xtra for booking. ^Box plan at I'oulton's. , Cessnock School of Arts. A Special General Meeting of members of the above will be held in the Lectu...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
An Unsightly Building. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 March 1915

An Unsightly Building. At the council meeting last Mon* day', a letter from Mr. I?, j. Sawkes drawing attention to the class of building being erected next door- to him. In the discussion vfhich fol? lowed the reading of the communica tion, Mr Springbett said plans of the building had not been lodged and he took it it was a temporary structure. Cr. '} Morgan V wanted rip know ? how loij^^Swis |blng ?to lte~there ; teni pbrarjr m&y irnean- ten^ years. ' ' At this jutoture 'he pointed but that through the delay- of : someone whereas they were working under the4 provisions of 70A, they 'had only ac quired ttfe' 'powers of clause -&Q. It was decided, to acquire /the 'itf creased powers as soon as possible, and that Mr. Hawkes be infoH»&a| that the council are paying attentJjgii to the subject pi his |e|t§jri ?*; -

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cessnock Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 March 1915

Cessnock Presbyterian Church. Th© annual naeeting of 'the con gregation of the above church was held on Monday evening, the 22nd February. The minister, the Rev. S. Brown, presided. After dveotional exercises, the reports of the various departments of Church life were read, and shewed the different organisa tions to be in good order. Mr. J. Simpson, Sessions Clerk, read the report of the Kirk session. During the year,- the membership in creased by thirteen. Five by pro fession of faith, and eight by certifi cate. Beligious instruction had been given every week in the Cessnock and Abermain State Schools, and- to the schools' in the outlying centres when possible by the minister or bis assistant. The average number of children receiving weekly instruction was 235. The secretary of the Central School, Mr. W. Brown, read the report of the town school, which was very satisr factory. * ??.??.. . , The minister read the report of the Aberdare and Abermain School, which also showed a Jiealt...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cycling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 March 1915

Cycling Notes. Two track races are set down for to-morrow, a 1-mile and 2-mile. A large entry has been received, includ ing several Newcastle riders. Good prizes are offered, the mile having as its first a set of racing singles com plete, value £4 10s., donated by Mr. W. D. Glynn. Cash prizes are given for the 2 miles, with a leg-in for the fcLenmngs (Jup. The cup was pre seuted to the club by Mr. Hennings, Cessnock, and is valued at £3 3s., and is on view at E. d'Argeavel's. Jt goes to the rider winning it twice ; those having a leg-in now being P. Baus and A. Duggan. The local bike track is a busy place every even ing, nearly 20 riders are training on it; Tom Monicks being the star per former. Lucky Peter Baus has had another fall sinnn Inef. Pnv-SofnivJair Pafni- is after 'Blue' Hancock's record — three falls in three weeks. Eiders are busy picking mates for the --hours team race, which will be run on Easter. Saturday. Several of out- best have already fixed up. It is rumoured th...

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 — 5 March 1915

The Best Pictures t only are shown at the — — — - ' cineha. -w Saturday VARSITY RACE, 2000 feet also a Laughable Keystone. Only the best pictures secure'!!. Sid Monks ailo, CESSNOCK TROUSERS are 'the Cheapest and Best Quality on the Coalfields We select our own materials and have them made up to our own Designs, cannot be detected from Tailor Made, Ask to see our Tailsr made Trousers at 10/6 and 13/6 Tailor Made Suits Ready to Wear ? — - Cut, Styes, and Trimmings the Best, Call in and Try one on and you will be convinced that you cannot be fitted better by any Tailor. 40/- 50/- 57/6 .68/.. SID MONKS & Co., THE DAYTIME MERCERS. I B. S. Kempe and Co., Ltd. The Bargain House. End of Summer bargains in every Department Torchon Laces, very neat patterns Embroideries, lovely patterns* 9d, lOi, 1/, 1/3, 1/6, 1/9 doz 1/6, 1/11,2/3, 2/6, to 5/6 doz Flouncing Embroideries, . 8id, 102d, 1/1-id, aU good lines. Millinery, Mlllnery, Mllinery -'. Atl we have left over. You can Towels* Towe...

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 — 5 March 1915

Auctioneer, VSLiuator & General Commission Agent. Loans negotiated at Lowest possible rate. Don't piise this opportunity. £10 WiU secure you abomeaite. : . . . .; HextDoor to Uhipn Bank liiiPQgiT. - | feai^tee*, iriaii^ma*^ Byasrinr. limit, j ;ommlsslon«ra:— K: A. WAIttjKN l*3-«Mri*n«-; \\''.\H- .b'M: WOOD, H. D. HALL Oegsnock Branch : 3. A. Newton',, -Manafer. , Hctntjnrr an» »j».T»rACT»RT interest a.r« th« leading fixtures of thia 'ijiaittutl -ft. ' Deport* rncairtd from 1/ ' '*»Int«r«at paid .at fcu per cent, on first 1200* und s i-i»r -«nt. on *x w t' fS^n. Th« BanK hu MO BaUJrOOM. jind ,ov»r MO ACCKCIES. So &etnchF at P««t-offlce«. ?-.???.???? ? ? 1 ' ? ? »E»OSITS CUAKANTCED B¥ THE COVEgSMrNT, ?- ? 34% i ' ? K— ' ? . r s% | - n*ITBRKBT ON '5 «rder ef the Commissioner*, --N nxfMfss I TlUKT ttm. j H; daVIES, Secretary. -? TO t.-.-'f.. - . eESSiVOCK HOTEL. Under Entirely New Management. The proprietor of the Cessnock Hotel desires to intimatt thai patrons may rely ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Want of Attention. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 March 1915

W*nl of AtttnHoB. ? ;j ? ?? -;?.,'*- ? v ?*.'-.'?? ? ? . It «eem almost Increditable to im flghjp that Vthe authorities liave pot instilled n inoclianlc In connection wjtfa $Je \Hc#X . p3st office, tf some triwftj^'imf,' £038 wrong ; with a tele pbone, a iaai) Ijas '^to. be Sent ? from I Maitland. Thto convenience of the] subscribers is nothing, and the often j jjjeonveniencea subscriber .obtains] [?]

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SMALLPOX. THE DESEASE IN TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 March 1915

SMALLPOX. THE DESEASE IN TOWN. WITH the scourge among us and at Kurri, with contagion likely to oc cur at any 'moment, while. not wish ing to pose as alarmists, witli the best interest of town and district ever be fore us, it is not expedient to allow the situation -to remain undiscussed. This attitude,- by the way, may be adopted at crucial junctures by other country journals whose principles are Jess aigDlUcu. JL\uw Mini) buiouuo uno practically dispelled all doubt con cerning the Kurri cases, and consid ering the hitherto careless manner in which it has been treated through out, It is small wonder that sub sequent revelations do occur nearer home. Apart from its more verulent form there, is little reason to fear fatal results. Were the scoui-ge en veloped in mystery and science were at fault there would be every reason for much alarm. Since its outbreak in Australia about eighteen months ago, results have shown that mortal ity is rare with the disease. How ever, on the other hand...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Smallpox. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 March 1915

Smallpox. It takes a lot to disturb the equili brium of the -average Cessnocknite, yet last Tuesday, when a Health* Officer from Sydney 'confirmed the opinion that there were two oases of smallpox in town, even busy Cess nock, to speak metaphorically, leaned on its pick and looked askance. At once tli ere was commotion, and on the highways and byways the dis cussion was smallpox. The two cases, both from McGrane's Estate, were taken to' Eurri Kurri, where the patients from that area are con fined, and everything that could be done was done -at once to stamp out the disease. No further cases were discovered during the week, although rom ours of who had smallpox were plentiful and the' occasion demon strated ' How people will talk ! ' This morning a free vaccination depot was opened at the Cessnock Hall, and at 9 o'clock there were a couple of dozen children awaiting tneir proportion 01. serum. . ab xu o'clock approached, there was quite a crowd waiting, and the appearance was given a...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Urban Area Amendment. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 March 1915

Urban Area Amendment. During a discussion at the shire council meeting, last Monday, on matters to be brought before the Shires Conference, the provision en bodied in the new Act where, in the case of an urban area, two comrcit teemen, independent o*f the council lors are to be elected to transact business, some straight talk was in dulged in. The President, in intro pucmfi [the matter, said he hoped the insirrotionB \ would* be for their re^ preBentative to -oppose'this measure. His opinion was that too many cooKsspoilfc the /broth pif the coun cil bould not mana^ the affairs of i^urlAti' al'ea wiEBout the tfelp ipf outsiders then an urban area was no good. ' The -responsibility could not bg. put ; oji'. two, Bodies.— Cr. Snape agreed' with j the Remarks, stating if they could not run an urban area they hstd'no* right to T)e there. He moved that Cr. Morgan be instructed to oppose the idea of: the committee men.' -The^PitesidBht seconded the ipqtipn.j—CSr. Tullock said they ^puld-ia...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Continuation School. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 March 1915

Continuation School. « * » — The continuation schooi jpened last Monday evening, wljen 26 scholors attended. The authorities overlooked advertising the date of opening, otherwise the attendance would have been greater. However, the enrolment will grow weekly.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Strict Inspection. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 March 1915

Strict Inspection. The president of the Cessnock Shire Council has given instructions to the inspector (Mr Wm. Springbett) to make a house to house inspection of yards in the principal portions of the shire. Special attention has been directed to several yards in Cessnock, and in view of the out break of diseases — including small pox — the examination will, probably be of the strictest character.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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