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People Say: [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 March 1915
People Say : .' -' * » »? — — ? ? ;? That there is a chap in town try ing to discover a town in the world where as high a lighting rate is charged as at Cessnock. That JS760 waB oolleoted in rates last year in Cessnock. ?? ? -..: ? _ . , / t- : - That £85 was collected in rates in Aberdare during the same period. That the expenditure Jn the streets of these' towns during the year was £1,154 16s. lid; .'. That £1,066 was Received in rates from the- Cessnock collieries- during ?the year. That the Council's ' Foden ' lorry may foe in Cessnock next week. TUiii tU^. J ? 1.-1 ? t_— -J1 — ? 11 ? -: j.imu tun uubui uuwuor oi Bmaupox patients located in the -XJessnock district to date is six. . That one of the smallpox patients broke quarantine at Kurri recently: That several more new buildings are spoken of in Vincent-street. . That the rain did much to save'; the roadi for tbe Bbire council. \ That; the rain did not borne from 'the1 general fund offch'e shire; if itv. had to, there would b...
THE SUNSET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 March 1915
THE SUNSET.. The sunset in the Western skies '? Through ite~*right^drimlson rays across the Eastern slopes Where many ameyetfelt they could Stand and gaze for; aye, r . In the sheeted rays of itbejjfent^m ^ . CuoGttll ? '';.--.? . '. i..- .?. ?_ ; . *i ??»... y*^ .? ^ t- ^' The ^^ day ^Jades^ away -|^e ^'liiS^y ' / dream'.. ?.?;-??? .?...'.??v.-jf..i::,/--V-;- ';-''- ??':';- . 'r';-' Night has conie,^tBBfc.Js'jiFen . '?&?.'?'' NoW the world is-qaii« [1*'-dr6aQi^r-i- ?'?' ?'? ??.;?. ;^.;x7:iA»?:^f-,.y-;.jri..v-d The' red thaj goldift^njB-blae^ ' ??;'.' M$ Makes a very p^yfcsi^'l. :' ??***??: --VMt The artist that could depioture; this) hue ? ,i'' V--.'i;.:-'- .?'???.':/ -i* ?'?-'.'? -?.??'?.??. -; Would be w^^^TJTrir^Bi is^iy.-' :?.
DISSATISFACTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 March 1915
??^?^sss^l'^ Kurri folk are somewhat wild that smallpox patients from the Cessnock district are being sent to Kurri, and they are ^sking ?vhy shpjuld not the patients lie treated at a place set 'apart a^^e'Gess^pck hospital ? The ; quesHofi^#,:^coui^fau1tev4* natural one as far as tbe K«rri people are concerned, espeoially in yiew of the fact that the outbreak, may become more serious. But where would the patient's be located at Cessnock hos pital ? Every available space is aoyjr utilised; the accommodation being taxed to its uttermost Although the hospital is a new one, it ie not near large enough to meet the distriot re quirements, and it is recognised that^ the enkrgemeni of the : hospital is necessary. j '7A$ ^we bave^pei^»Jly . pointed out, Gessnock grows top last for the Goverriment, and the author ities never loek ahead when,; erecting j buildings at Cessnook, ibut 'latter for' a stagnant town 1 ???. . ^i : Mr. A'ftlrar;'-Bri-^';-of-;'M|llfielel,: met with an accident with hi...
Small Pox in Cessnock! A FRESH CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 March 1915
Sffl8H -nHPiff- 08$SnDvK !-: ^ , A liRESHvGASE. Travelling by this morning's train was a Frenchman, -named Monsieur Le Dope. Ate -the triiin drew up, Monsieur stepped on to the platform and walked across to. the ; bus. En tering, he awaited to be driven to his destination. Following : the French man came. three well-known Cess nock ladies, who climbed- into the same bus. But iuBt as the -busman dr$w qp the reins, a jjale Jbpok came over the Frenchman's face, 'and turn' ing to the driver he ^said. ' Vait, my frenjt, vait, I hayefChe small pojt ! ' Instantly . the scared driver jumped from his seat and ran. The ladies screamed and fainted, -and it was not long before a large crowd gathered. But still the Frenchman, who was quite bewildered by this, shouted to the busdriver. ' Ker-yick, my frent, ze small pox!' By this time the police had arrived, jind it took them half-an-hour to: find out thjat the poor Frenchman was just trying to ask the driver, in his pigeon English, to fetch a 6m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 March 1915
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Newcastle Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 March 1915
Newcastle Races. The Newcastle races are down for decision to-morrow, and a large at tendance may be looked for. ' Bull frog' anticipates as follows : — Tramway Handicap. Cacus ... ... ... 1 Sir Willia O Lingard ... ... .... 3 Welter Haudicap. Tarcet ... ... .„ 1 Macacus ... ... ... 2 Quarale ... ... ... 3 Nursery Handicap. Ta«te „. ... ... 1 Westcourt ... ... ... 2 Miss Gaby ... ... ... 3 March Handicap. Lady Boniform ... ... 1 Yankee York ... ... 2 Extra Special ... ... 3 Novice Handicap. Spadix ... ... ... l Helvina ... ... ... 2 Bay Biush ... ... ... 3 Club Handicap. - ElChico ... ... ... 1 Hot Cake .:. .: ' ... 2 PefcrilhV ?.„. ? ... ... 3
Kurd Nuisances. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 March 1915
Kuril Nuisances. ? «? » ..... A ratepayer from Kurri, in com plaining about the prevalence of straying stock and the growth of Scotch thistle at Kurd, mentioned that intelligent men, like Crs. Snape or Tulloch, must know of the serious ness of letting the seed of the thistles lie there, ^he intelligent men in question had riothuig special to say to the gratuitous 'flap,' and the Counoil decided to inform the com plainant that attention is being paid toih¥ya$a&/UR.-;;- .^' tV..^
Intelligent Dogs. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 March 1915
Intelligent Dogs. A par extracted from the ' New castle Herald of Monday reads : ' Two dogs, victims of poison baits, were left lying in High-street, West Maitland, last Sunday. One died opposite the surgery, and the other oucsiae ot an undertakers shop. Now, does our respected granny ten der the last sentence as humour or just as an instance of the intelligence of the average Maitland dog? It must be meant for tbe latter, surely, for humour is an unknown quantity in our ancient contemporary. Cess nock dogs are possessed of uncommon intelligence, and it is on record that one, after partaking of a poison bait, managed to reach the cemetery be fore ' pegging out.'- Cessnock mu6t get ahead of Maitland.
Racecourse Improvements. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 March 1915
Racecourse Improvements. The Cessnock Jockey Club have determines upon many improvements to their racecourse \vhich, although not of a costly character, must be greatly appreciated by patrons. In cluded among the decisions is one to instal a caretaker, and this step has now been carried out, so that the track and the improvements will.be * given proper attention^ During the club's financial year £500 has been expended on improvements.
Fight with a Snake. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 March 1915
Fight with a Snake. . While Mr. Tom Griffiths was us iDg a scythe in some clearing work on Mt. View, last Tuesday, he was startled to observe a brown snake of unusually large dimensions. Mr. Griffiths immediately had a chop at his snakeship, with the result that he severed the end of the snake's tail. The snake, however, showed fight, and Mr.- Griffths inanOuvered for a knock-ouc blow. Several rounds were fought, both combatants spar ling for an opening. Finally Tom got in an undercut which laid his op ponent low.
CESSNOCK SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 March 1915
u CESSMW^SHltow^T The usual meeting pt jthe jabove was . ' held ' on Monday.^ Prtsent : '?'. #s. JohnB'tpre8ia©fttf; W&i, Tul loch, Morgan, Bercini and Bussell. The president submitted, a minute asking that the engineer 'teport on the clearing of* a road, tn. Atwi1n-A cemetery, seeing that a grant of £50 for the cemetery had been ^received. The president explained ttat a depu tation wistiefl tb'liueer the council this meeting, but he bad. informed them that this was not in accord with procedure. Cr. Tulloch secon ded.— Carried. - ., . The reports of the Finance and Works csommittecs -were adopted. The sanitary inspector's report showed that five cases of infectious disease have been reported and at tended1 to since la'St' Mport^our of: scarlet fever and one of Biphtheria; Since the' outbreak of smallpox he has been disinfecting premises whereto the disease had occurred. The local authority is not compelled to carry out this, as the control is under the ^oai^^^^ejatn.^ Seeing...
STREET WATERING. C RIDING COUNCILLORS ON THE STUMP. ANOTHER REVERSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 March 1915
STREET WATERING. 0 BIDING COUNCILLOBS ON THE STUMP. * ANOTHER HEVERSE. Possibly there is no public need in Cessnook that has caused so much discussion — publically and privately — as street watering (or the wain sfcreetsTSf the town. Of late, Vincent a street, particularly, ? has been in a bad way through the neglect, or the iimhilitv. to u so water nn if,, nnrl Mia inconvenience to business people, not to mention the public, has been great. Cr. Snape's attention was drawn to the matter so often that he developed a fightittg attitude, and de termined there must be some way of overcoming the obstacle in the shape of ' that book ' and its exponent, Cr. Morgan. No sooner had general business been announced at the last meeting of the shire council than Cr. Snape waded in and commenced to dilate in praise -worthy fashion on me coauibiun- vi me roaa ana toe need of its preservation by toe use of water. Apparently, however, Cr. Morgan had obtained an inkling of what was coming and he raise...
Cessnock Motor Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 March 1915
CegsnocK Motor Club. A meeting of the Cessnock Motor Glub was held last Wednesday even ing at Attwater's Hotel, when a large attendance was presided over by Mr. H. E. Southwell. The secretary . /i%f . fr;ij.-_ /?*? ? ~~iA u_«— »i..j3 xl«l _n arrangements had been made for the ? hill climb next Saturday afternoon. Discussion was entered upon regard ing the banquet to be held on Satur / ;day night, and. it was agreed to pre ?; sent the winner- of the climb with :, the trophy at tiie banquet. It. was :;?' further decided to -bold a 100 miles j£ reliability test shortly. The business J; . was conducted in an enthusiastic -?;'/: . manner, which showed the club is ;l - progressing. ft At the examination m theory of -? music: hold at Newcastle, onder, the :! '??? auspices ol^tlie Trinity ^College of :'.???? . Music, Londoii, Master Frank Bath ;' Forward, ofj Cessnock, passed the -/ senior diyisionvnth honors. ? Another list of new Justices of the ': Peace is published. Included among the n...
Afternoon Shift Trouble Settled. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 March 1915
Afternoon Shift Trouble Settled. -.?? ?--,? .-'t,i iijiju n ij'-i .. ??-? After the months of strife over the ^%^'^'«b.|.ftt^biBj.i|i4p_.jpdeed;a plejisuf e' to b$ ible io'report that tjie ^r6uble:;is at fin ;;enia-;ana ih&^Stis- ' iin^n^^Ses'^f ^t'fie yrhole 'of ,£}& five roolUeri&s' wherein trouble ¥xisted. : The abolishment of the afternoon shift at all collieries is assured, as in ?each instance thb time is fixed when '. .the aTjplishmejat shall operate/ Most toe week, $nd/ fey Monday the Vfcol! lot wiirire in fqjilwing, Theaqro-/ B^cgpgaiflt^pj^fesj^ie^^o^ rejoicing fln the :Mai-daBid fields; in j, deed right: .throughput mining circles, on the result aphieved, ,.;.' ; ? figUfciug lias beeii^ri Jjrbgvess. 'l^s ' Germanahajef attached the Allied troops all along the li^e, but wer9 re troops. ?' ; . ? . ????'./..??;? '-'?*.'-' .7* -V/' 'Turkey lias no^gre^t reputation as a fighting nation. During their -iam- paign%gainBt' Russia- ^1^7, -they placed 752,0dp...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 March 1915
Just a Note from the Bush. BEAD 'CAREFULLY. Daisy Flat Farm, Guyra. Mr. J. E. Hdwland— Dear Sir. — In answer to your memo of thr 25th .Nov., requesting me to give you results, of treatment of your Bottles of Pills (Herbos), I wish I had- taken f.VlP.m fitra vpin.ro aon aa I would have escaped a lot of suffer ing. Since taking them I can do all my farm work on foot with comfort, where I had to. use a saddle-horse and work in pain before, I shouIP like all sufferers from Rheumatism, like myself; to know the benefit of your Herbos Pills, which came into my house as a blessing. You, Sir, can use this note as you like, as I think every sufferer like myself should know the benefit of your Pills. I shall never be' without them myself. I am Sir, Yours most gratefully, 17-1-15. W.J.BENNETT. Remember: ' Herbos Pills will cure any case of active Rheumatism Sold every where at 1/ per bottle.
New Music. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 March 1915
New Mnsic. The popular and well-known firm of 'Poultons,' music warehouse, sta tioners, etc., have included in their already large stock all obtainable lat est songs, a few names of which the -firm enumerates in their advt. Eis tedfod competitors, and others inter ested in the forthcoming Cessnock and District Public Eisteddfod, will ap preciate Jibe enterprise of this firm in stocking the necessary elocution ary and musical items in ? connection therewith, and avail themselves of the opportunity thus offered.
Original Poetry. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 March 1915
Original Poetry. Cessnock possesses many geniuses, but few of the poetic order.. il&-j following effusion from a local .'„ trier '- has been left at our office for either publication or criticism. We fail «S ^grasp the author's meaning ; our in-, telligence being not capable of explor ing inch depths^of jthpught, 33ut we can,1 and d6, 'publish- tlie'li^eBasrwe have received them, -with the yhoW that they will beawarning'ito embryo! poets in this .district. '; , i
Death of a Pioneer. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 March 1915
Death of a Pioneer. ---------&gt;&gt;&gt;--- &nbsp; &nbsp; It is with regret that we chronicle the death of one of the pioneers of the district in the person of Mr. George Ingle, of Pokolbin, which sad event occurred in the Cessnock hospital last Saturday. Mr. Ingle was a vigneron, orchardist and far- mer, and spent almost the whole of his 55 years of life in the district. He was a man of quiet and unas- suming habits, and was respected by all with whom he came in contact. His demise cast a gloom over the neighbourhood. On Sunday, service was held in St. Luke's, and as the coffin was carried from the church Miss Slade played 'The Dead March." The body was interred in the Church of England portion of the cemetery, the remains being fol- lowed to their last resting place by a large cortege. Rev. Reay-Campbell conducted the last sad rites.