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Ellalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 March 1915

Ellalong. A valuable foo.1, the ? property pf Mr, BarneR, wal caught lift a fence' ivscflnf.lv and strangled itself. Tlie racehorse, The Swift, has been . a bit ou color since it tea wnneaoinj a tiial gallop. The vets Kelly and Secret Albert state they can fix it up by grafting in a new bade. , ? ? ? The amateur dramatic troupe staged 'The Mystery of a Dead Bird' on the tennis court recently. Tbeiead ing lady played her part to perfection. ? ? ? Dick, the local nightingale, sang beautifully last Saturday night. By special' request Dick will sing next Saturday night, 'The Bridge of Gold.' There is no truth in the ru-. mour that be has accepted an engage- ' ment with the Mt. View Minstrels. ? ? ? A couple of nurses established business at Gongewai last Sunday. '?;, (Held over from last issue), One of the 'Limbs of the Law ' visited Ellalong last Saturday. Asa result the boys were ver£ quiet : Fuzzy Dozy gave an exhibition of his wonderful skill at glass breaking last Saturday night. ....

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 March 1915

Lane & Quinn, Ltd. - ??..??? ^ - Discount Summer 'Sale' ;? :? ri for one Month only. Startling 1& factions in all Departments; Big 'Discount ' - Come Early and Secure thd 'Plums. '.,. ' : . ?....? ?/... ?' M -V- »-.?-' ^'-; ??-'. tx-l'-' ?:?-'????,. ?V:i'«'1.. -*i--^7 ??. ? :' v .t-'i'.'S^ i': ''I--;'-* ' Lane ri^':pplii;/^Bi| ? * The Price Reducers, If its to be had it's HERE— ^-i ?**? v In Medicines, patent or proprietary remedies, or pharmacy sundries „ our stock is complete. W« have scores of items not to he ^ found elsewhere in this locality. We also handle proprietor}- remedies (hat are not advertised for sale hy us ; our aim being to provide, as far as pussible, cverrlhing thai anylxKly in the community has need of. EVANS, PHARMACIST CESSNOCK. f LENT - - LENT Now the Lenten Season is here, it is . well to know the Best and the cheapest place to buy your requirements, .^1 ' ? ';-. \-f- :' - -/' - '-. ?'N We have justfecehteitrJre^aiasj^mKnl'^^ -J^ of New Season...

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

.rfj^ie^Wlt' -/L 'viotw: Q( ^^cotaen^ 'y^jll^wbwing ColUery bn Wedne4»y ? Ift^riibpn. i A ^gg ^pI;: xpaUiJfimeiifraSfi^pj the toof Ttod struok; Jack on the bead and sh^der, but Ik^i^eo^s^ x$edioal s A \Miw'w^h^1r^way line caused some trouble at Abevcaaiu^ oii Wed^

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Patriotic Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 March 1915

Patriotic Committee. A meeting of the committee having in hand the working up of tlie pa triotic movement locally, was held in the School of Arts last evening. Mr. Westcott (vice-president) said he had called the meeting for a twofold pur pose : The question of lending some assistance to the Belgium Fund, .which, he said, was being made an;jurge^t -sdl right throughout the'tifcate, and fjj) the question of lending some tttffito the Patriotic Gonoert to he.lji^afnexfc Tuesday. ..:, The \ finauoialiv statement read showed that j^htere was a credit balance of £183 7s. 9d., at the Union Bank And, £168 at the Commercial Bank, making a total of £351 7s. 9d. Mr. Waddy thought that it was their duty to lend assistance to the Belginm fund, He considered it a mistake' to. hold so much money, be cause for 4oc»{ -wants money could always be iraised. He moved that £50 a mon|U be donated to the Bel gium Fun^ipr tbe next three months. Mr. W^|cott said that Mr. G. Brown ha^ 'promised £10 and Mr. lo...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POKOLBIN. THE QUEEN SUBURB. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 March 1915

POKOLBIN. THE QUEEN SUBURB. tContributed]. A few interesting and subjointive facts on Pokolbin vinegrowing has been courteously contributed in the following, and are offered as an earnest of approval on our humble efforts to set before the general pub lic a proper perspective of the com mercial importance oi that section ot our prolific acres, in which sketch we incidentally embraced the 'pion- eering pilot' under whose adminis trative navigation the future of that section.of agriculture lays : — The present area under vines as sumes the magnificent proportions of 1250 acres, and it will be readily de duced that the compensations ac cruing materially augment finances of- the district generally and individ ually. As a matter of fact the esti mated number engaged-directly in the industry is about 250, and hun dreds indirectly. The computed capital outlay on virgin soil to maturity,- when the vines will be at the production age — four years — at £30 per acre, is £37-- 500, which repres...

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

Cessnock IHWe Club. The following are the scores for the first stage of the 200 and 300 yards shoot .held in connection with the local fiiile Club. Messrs. T. Edwards and A. IngUs have; tied ^ithi'total*of-93ioraJ[eg-inior4he cupr ^Ihe young /shooterB; eliot; re? laorkably wofl. ' V ' * ' 4 4 A ? ?« ? ?*»???? ?*? ? ° ? -2 Name. o o 5 ^ ??S'-S w h T. Edwards' ... 48 43 3 93 A.Inglis ... 44 43 6 93 P. Wardlaw ... 48 42 2 92 C.Barnes ... 43 37 8 83 P. MoEwan ... .41 38 8 87 W. McGarvie ... 44 39 3 86 B. Spicer ... 42 38 6 86 6. Barnes ... 48 30 scr. 86 I W. Waite ... 42 32 12 86 A. E. Kirk ... 30 39 6 84 W. McLeod ... 44 37 2 83 A. T. Kirk ... 40 38 3 81 R J. Hawkes ... 45 33 2 80 J.Kirk !.. ... 46 32 2 80 B. Charlton ?? 70 30 8-78 W. Morris ... 37 32 8 77 H.Spicer ... 38 35 3 76 B,King ? 42 32 2 76 C. Horton ... 39 ' 34 2 75 C. CaUaghan ... 39 32 4 75 W. H. Bnape ... 39 25 10 74 C.Thomas ... 35 30 '8 73 G. MoLebd ... 36 30 6 72 B. Dodd... ... 33 22 12 70

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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A Rash Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 March 1915

A Rash Act. Much concern was excited on Wednesday afternoon last when the fact . became known that Mr. G. Shepherd, of Shedden's Estate had been found dead at his residence. Deceased, who is-43 years of age was employed as bit-carrier at the Aber t\*y fa lilvfianrian f*r\\ Itavir nun \nn a highly respected for his quiet land unobtrusive courteous character. It appears that deceased had been suf fering for some time from an old ac cident to his bead, which during the past lew weeks had taken the aggra vated form of violent headaches and insomnia. Near the body was found a bottle containing sheep-dip, and a five-chambered revolver. Medical examination revealed that the un fortunate man had first drank a quantity of ,the sheep-dip and then shot himself. The utmost sympathy is expressed for the widow of the de ceased, who hod only left the ailing man for a brief period that she might bring a sleeping draught from the doctor. Three letters were left by deceased, directed to his wife, a l...

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 March 1915

ArTWATERSH^. SATOBDAV, MARCH 20th - ^B^AfiTfifrS-ICOBX'-^INj^AB.MffSBO-BOPBANO,. Assiered by Leading Newcastle and Sydney Artists, inoluding— ;*' MISS JEAN CROGHER. / ',.;.' iin,f4CARE GbXCtt, . Scotch Balladist. . .Sydney s LjeaSing 'Cellist. ,.,-. MH. PERKINS,- Baritone. . .4,1 M^i^.^HofTON.Accompanibi. ' - - .-. . -Tickets and iRe'served Seattf at Poiflton'sl ; / ;? '..,,;? : Patriotic Concert, In aid oflhe Cessnock and District Patriotic Fcjnd.' . Attwater's Hall, Tuesday, March 23rd, . -j. ? : at 8p.m. :,-. ..? ? . ?? Promoted by Gertie and Eileen Ferry assisted by theiollowing: , Carl Gotsch cellist, Dorothy Oraham, J. L. Collins comic, Buby. Hudson, , , -Oyril Hudson «wn?p^nist, , ? ?? ~ ? i^ilitp^S^^lfc;^1 --?????-? 63 extra foi bonkint;. Box plan «t Poulton's. GRAND BENEFIT Picture Entertainment . will be held in CESSNOCK AMPHITHEATRE, On Monday Evening, March 22nd. Proceeds to; be devoted to the funds of the Easter Monday Royal Sports and Military-Carnival. j CESSNOCK, ? E...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 March 1915

A. denkins, Tea Merchant, Fruiterer; Confectioner, and Stationer, etc. Have yon Tried the Famous Wattle Blend Tea ? These Teas are truly BJends of Per fection and leave nothing desirous*. Packed in any quantity. ' : In Confectionery we carry a select stock of all that is best in English, Continental and Australian Sweets. Fresh Fruit and Vegetables always on hand. PRIME HONEY IN ANY QUANTITY! ? We have just received a quantity of. prihie Honey from the well-known ' Sunneyside '' Apiary, Ullalong. The quality of this honey cannot be beaten, and is I lie product of Cy perian.bees from red clover. / ~~~'^~~ SpecjaL-Notice— We' are wesf-end agent tion regarding the paper, or printing, Aiewill be pleased to supply it . Main StyCessnook; Buy Everything at Anthony florderns* TIW ilM&IWhfd- plMI Of l : iw»Wlt awBHthlrig it - j ' ''- JW&Jfa- **&***? - - -? pKni wtert j'^XjHn aWaX. ttt .?PEST filit I'rftyMWIflillirM^ tn&ftU ^r_ -fi '?'-' -, 1 1 \ %^'p^iS'^'^::'...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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For Road-making. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 March 1915

For Road-making. The engineer (Mr. G. F. Lind'e man) recognises that where the traf fic is heavy and constant, hard stone is necessary for street formation. Now that the council lias purchased a Foden steam lorry, Mr. Lindeman nas turned ins attention to a deposit of dlorite at Mfc. View, which he olaims is ideal road-making material, and the lorry makes it possible to handle it. Our reporter examined a sample of the stone, It is of vol canic nature and though extremely bard is ..easily broken owing to the grain: The' deposits of the stone are great — sufficient to last Cessnock for all time. .-''. / - ? ? ??

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 March 1915

A grand plain and fancy dress ball, in aid of the Easier Monday's sports fund, was held in the Cessnock Hall last Wednesday night, and was a decided success. Tbe .ball. Was nicely decorated for the occasion, and adding to this the appearance of. the fancy dresses. the scene was inviting and picturesque.; As master of ceremonies Mr. W.FuUick was in his place. Some of the fancy dresses in the . form of representation of different Nations gave the- gathering a patriotic spirit. The Allies were all represented in costume, The lady's prize for best costume .was awarded to Miss Fatison (Britannia) while ?Mr. -Reay, as Japan, secured the prize alloted to line sterner sex. The supper was in keep- , ing with the excellent arrangements, and the financial part was also up to standard. . Jlissioner Furnass, who concluded a fortnight's mission jn- the Presby terian 'Church on Sunday night last, among 'other exhorfcive remarks in referenoe'to the lack of week-night church attendances said that ne...

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

Want of Interest i' in ' ' . A special general meeting of mem? bers of the School of Arts was called ior laflfc; ,W©dnesdftyv-buti-v?hen-4fv0; time of meeting y arrived only ifive:; members were present— including fbur^f the officers: '^I»vJHfe^$a1S^t had been argue* by some ^embens that the . committee took too' much on itself, and members should be given a voice in the affairs of the in stitution. In ' ordeir io nieet the! members the committee decided in. the matter fl- raising funditp liquid-' ate or ; r-ecluoB :ihe overact. ?»/.' j^ft'- meeting saoma ueiBiuune -wuaii Biiups stated. \,-'3fo^wTbpWy the bflicers; of the iristit^ttpn are . niqfc .% any ^efnSgy^l^^gy^ji^suU of tha Ambers, . However, another ei fbrt |s belpg made, as the meeting '?Vffii-' adjourned until -ne&t Thiipsday .attfri|an(^ ^111^:46 largo as Jb'ol«ir priee:|hose ^o^^^oirkJi.qg ;;Jojr ihe Ladva^c^^of.^e;^pH^^fp£^|B, ? ? Dr. G. J. Jackson, of Stockton, California, gives iin emphatic assur*' auce that i...

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 — 19 March 1915

Cessnock Racine Fixtures. The following dates,. have been alloted the Cessnock Jockey. Club (subject to alteration) by the Aultra ian Jockey Club for 1915 :— Saturday, April 17 :?.'.' Saturday, June 5 Saturday, July 31 Saturday, September 11 Saturday, November 20 Saturday, December 18

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Lack of Appreciation. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 March 1915

Lack of Appreciation. - 'That a prophet has no honor ex cept hi his own country,' is probably not more exemplified anywhere than in Cessnock. There are those brave patient tenacious souls who hammer year in and out on -the anvil of cir nninofo.nna Trlinan fflYWltm la tirr\i*n deeply in the heart of things by rea son of constant application, and whose recompense is rebuff. — Why ? It is not enough that the set circum stance is draging the virtue of energy from their honest endeavor. Not by any means. It is not enough that they should by reason of thVtrue spirit of BONO publico father the wealfare of the town 01 , any part thereof unhindered. No t The dead ly facts remain, if they are not hin dered far worse remains for their lot —their zeal pales and wilts under the wan lights of thanklessness, non appreciation or disdain. In spite of these discouragements and rebuffs however, in spite of the chills freez ing the marro.w of public needs, the faithful few plod on, and on ... Our boast...

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

CYCLING NOTES. Owing to the heavy shower on Monday last leaving the track with a little water on it, the two track races set down for to-morrow have been postponed. A five-mife road raoe (sweepstake) will be run in their place. Eiders to be at the PoBt Umce at 3.3G sharp. The local club will run a -four-hours teams race on Easter Saturday on the bicycle track. One third of the gate proceeds go to the hospital. The band has been engaged for the day, and there will be refreshments on the ground. All arrangements are in the hands of the club's secre tary, W. Dart. Entries are coming in well for the four-hoursV team race. Already 7 teams have entered, among , which are some of the best riders in the North, , Several good riders have not yeJuflxad up ^th .=*? mafev and when entries' close Uie'''club 'e^Epeet- to have about 15 teams in. The teams now entered are : B. Taite ana -j. oaunaers, w. ciarice ana a.. Ballard, H. Shields. and H. Braye (Newcastle) ; Snow Davis and J. Edwards, A. Du...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 March 1915

The Best Pictures1 only af« shown at the' ? CINEMA. ,-fP .-.??_. Saturday ? A First-class Programme including a Laughable Keystone, Only the best pictures secured. Sid Monks and Go. CESSNOCK TROUSERS are the Cheapest and Best Quality on the Coalfields We select our own materials and have them made up to our own eslgns, cannot be detected from Tailor Made. Ask to see our Tailor 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. B. S; Keinpe and Co., Ltd. The Bargain House. End of Summer Bargains in every Department. Torchon Laces, very neat patterns Embroideries, lovely patterns, 9d, 1O£, 1/. 1/3, 1/6, 1/9 doz 1/6, 1/11, 2/3, 2/6, to 5/6 doz Flouncing Embroideries, 8|d, lOid, 1/lR all good lines. . Millinery, Milinery, Milinery All we have left over. You can Tow°ls' Towe...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 March 1915

Auctioneer, Valuator & General Commission Agent. . Loans negotiated at Lowest possible rate; Don't miss this opportunity. £10 will secure you a home site. . ?'.?'.'. r Next Door to Union VWlikV - uKPut-iT. h«-i ^aoti 11 koobb^i, nrpnet. \ ?' L1''T' -?* | Ommlsstonur*:— K. A..\VAnUISN (President), \V.,H, -XM. -VOOD, H. D. HALL Cesanock Branch : J. A. Newton, Manager. SECURITY AND SATISFACTSliV INTEREST are the leading features of this Institution. Deposit *' receive* from !?? 'lute'rnVt paid at. 3-4 per rent, on first £200.. and 3 -«r pent. o'n-x.?pps to {5f-«. The Bank has 130 BBAVCKBB, and over 600 AOBKOVBB. No agencies at. Post-offices. ' . ? . - , , ? DEPOSITS GUARANTEED BY TOE CO VEBNMEN T. 3H I ' — J— ? | 3% I INTEREST^ ON By order of the Commissioners, ? . ? ? on KXC15K3 I FIRST £200. \ j. „. DAviES. Secretary. \ T0 **?*' * CESSNOCK H0TEL. Under Entirely New Management. The proprietor of the Cessnock Hotel desires to intimate thai patrons may rely upon every attention....

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The Control of Smallpox. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 March 1915

The Control of Smallpox. At tbeJShire Council meeting last Monday, a report from the inspector (Mr. Springbett) stating hits work in connection with the disinfecting in regard to smallpox, and asking what he should do in the future with re to the matter, caused a deal of argu ment. The .president explained that the conference iu ? Maitland had de cided that the matter-was one for the Board of Health, and was thus out of the hands of the Council. The inspector had an abundance of work to perform, and it was questionable if the expense incurred by the inspec tor in carrying out the disinfection X-i houses could be paid by the Coun cil, and it was unlikely that the Board of Health would pay the cost. Cr. Morgan said if the money to defray the ^ espfen9iture''tvas passed by the Council, lie would challenge it. They had no power to pay it. ' At the instance of Cr. Tullocb, Mr. Springbett was invited to give his views, and he explained in'answer to Cr. Tullooh thatjie was requested by the...

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

Shire Government Unpopular. /The question aB to whether au urban area would not be preferable to a municipality for Cessnock, , in view of the difference in administra tive expenses, has often been ar gued. The objection to this form of government— or one of the objections — is the want of local representation. What this may mean -was Instanced at last meeting of the council, when the four outside councillors opposed .the two local councillors in their desire to spend some of the revenue alloted for their own streets by the temporary watering of one street for its maintenanpe and preservation. The argument used against this pro cedure was that it was jaofc legal to spend money from the general fund on -street watering, and they failed to recognise, the point that the wat ering waB*: i6t street maintenance. When defeated in their motion, the local councillors wished to send the question on to the Shires' Associa tion to determine whether or not a street could bo watered for the pur p...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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