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Read, Mark, Learn, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 April 1915

Read, Mark, Learn, Etc. At the shire council meeting last Monday, the president advised, the councillors to read the ordinances well as the knowledge they would gain thereby would be the means of disposirig of business in quicker time. On occasions time was lost 1U UllUCUOBBUlLy UIBUUDD1UU. ilO hoped the councillors would bear the matter in mind and help him exped ite business. — Unhesitatingly we agree with the president that much time at council meetings is wasted in useless debate, and commend him for his desire to save time. ' Donkey meat is now on sale at many of the butchers, shops in ..Paris. It is, says a trade paper, tin excellent food ; tastes like turkey, but the flesh is dark. It has long been used for sausages. ?' A . bookmaker at the .Maitland races was cleaned out and had to re tire fro|p|he:ring prematurely. He wa^:bej»-ifeedby clients with winning tiokets^Sut on being appealed to the racecourse detective, assured the ticket holders that all would be paid. The bookma...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Correspondence. THE COST OF LIVING. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 April 1915

Correspondence. THE COST OF LIVING. To the Editor. Sir, — In your last issue reference was made to a report to the State Governor by Mr. Carmichael con trasting the weekly cost of living in New South WaleB, at £1 6s 9|d. with that of England and Germany at £1 Is 6d. Now it is rather a serious frnaft.ni' t.Viof nntk nrnn Viaci #v*Annii^' the responsible position of Minister for Education should tender to His Excellency such an anomalous state ment. In the first place, Mr. Car michael cannot tell what is the in verse ratio between the cost of pro ducing the money and its commercial value in all, or any, of the countries in question. Knowledge without which neither Mr. Carmichael nor any other man can say what the cost of living would be in any coun try. The sovereign is the product of labor, and its only utility is its use as a medium of exchange, with only a floating value subject to certain limitations. The sovereign, as money, is not wealth, nor dges| it represent i, given quantity...

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 — 2 April 1915

???; ' '-: BARGAINS. ,y ;. ;'^SuM^ijriE''-.- ij -J--^ £1000 Worth of Men and Boys' Clothlni and Mtrccry. COMMENCEO THURSDAY/ APJUl 1st, 1915 Don't Miss this Great Bargain JBvent. .'Goods being sold at Enormous Reductions— Under Sydney 0-iBt PrioeJ^ttnd ihany lines given away. The Goods mustbe .^fc ^tfeja^BSa^ ; Great Bar^w^Even.tV^^,f. ? Bargains in men's and l-oys' Felt Hals . „. men's Panama Hate ,, men's Caps ' 4i '' ? . ,, men's Shirts / . ' ,, . men's Trousers ' „ boys' Suits. . . . r, hoys' Trojuers .i men's and toys' Oilskin Coats „ men's Overcoats ^ . ,j .^Writing. Pads ,\ . r ? flHMHHMMMiHflMMMMHBH Bargains in men'i Ondert-ear „ men and boys1 Shirts „ y- 'men and bqys* Working Shirts ? ',, ' men's Pyjamas ,, men'§ Collars ,, men's Ties , „? .men's Braces ?it * ajiSn«^cks/s, ?'.?.— ?\%-~ men's Handkerchiefs ^ To-Measure Suits a Speciality at Bargahi Prices at A. J. TEBJW15 NEXT ENDERSBY'S BOOT SHOP, CESSNOCK.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Co-operative Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 April 1915

Co-operative Society. \. There were ten nominations for the three vacancies on the committee of the Co-operative Society. The suc cessful candidates are : Eugene O;NeiU 186, W. Fairlie, sen., 145, T.. Turner 134.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Overcarried. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 April 1915

Overcarrled. -, Several Cessnock punters in^a hurry to get home early -from the races last Saturdayr boarded a'VftLin'/ which did not stop at Maitland, and bad to be content to wait at Hexham for a return train. The experience would have been much worse fhad; they not been winners, but eyen '&4 ifc, was the officials came in for a deal of criticism at their neglect to: notify passengers, more lustily the particulars of the train's stoppages. -

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Kurri Fire. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 April 1915

The Kurri Fire. At the inquest touching the circum stances surrounding the recent fire at Kurri Kurri, the coroner returned a verdict that the premises were mali ciously set on fire by Joseph Hendry Shephard on tbe 23rd February, a&d ha nnTnmff.fafir Qt.AnliA*.sl 4-** i.i^ i_* trial at the Maitland Oircuifc Court to be held on the 26th April. Bail was allowed, self in £100, and one surety of £100. or two in £50 each. Bail was immediately forthcoming.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sheep Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 April 1915

Sheep Trouble. Mi-. W. Springbett (inspector) has bottled in his office a number of grubs, in various forms of growth, taken from the head of a sheep slaughtered locally. When young these grubs are white in color, but on teaching maturity they become black in color. They are the.meando to the sheep whaT the hot fly is to the horse.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Just a Note from the Bush. READ CAREFULLY. Daisy Flat Farm, Guyra. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 April 1915

Just a Note from the Bush. BEAD CAREFULLY. Daisy Flat Farm. Guyra. Mr. J. E. Howland— 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 them five years ago, as 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 shoulP like all sufferers from Rheumatism, like myselt to know the benefit of your Herbos Pills, which came into my bouse 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 everywhere at l/peir bottle. '

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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One To Go On With. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 April 1915

One To Go Oh With. In submitting a letter from the Cessnook and District Chamber of Commerce at last meeting ol the council, the ^reBMent made reference' to a request by that body to have the road to the Aberdare Cemetery oleared. He pointed out that the Aberdare Cemetery trustees and the progress association of that town nran* enffirtianf frt rlaol nrtfli ^hio matter without the Cessnock body taking a hand. Later in the day a letter from the Fire Commissioners stated that it was customary for cor respondence to come through -the shire council, which procedure was' not followed by the Chamber. The waters became troubled when Cr. Tulloch said the Chamber may not have been satisfied with the counoil's treatment of their correspondence. Cr. Morgan repudiated any suggestion that the council had neglected cor respondence (Cr. Tulloch having stoutly denied making any imputa tion) and moved that the correspon dence regarding the matter be laid on the table. Cr. Russell seconded the motion,...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 April 1915

Commoinvcaitb A^Banii'of Eustcaiia - ??,/??? ''ttm-pmp*~?sS5ffi ]'?_.. ? OMtams»ein^^M«lb-wm^Ad«l^^lN»rth^^Wa^ . ^-.rt=-.V: .- SAVING* «ANK O»Allt»Jlt«T V'1'^.-1 -i:-:' *-' O*pmmH* from I/- «? «apa! . littmtlctis; par aSnuin. fiHOKOL DwnOomioi. ^ T«nirir Ifft nrtlTnitn'aif ff^. QtimmT ' Con»nltation» and Country ResidenU Testing '*' vi«hcdbj ^ FREE!! ' ; Appointment L A. Jflynton-Rblfer^^^F1*11 ? ' ? ' ? :?? . (BY EXAM.), In now Resident in Cessnock, and may be Consulted — — at — - . ? ' Mr. Evans* Pharmacy, 6pp. P*-Q*r C'nock* Hilton W. Radnidge, inaspidsEEE-- 'r' Grocer, Mercer, and General Storekeeper, BELLBiRD. All orders delivered. Carts go to all parts o district. Boats and Shoes sold equal to anything in the City. . Special Line of Miners' Bluchers. Prices equal to Cessnock. Call and Inspect1 When desiring anything don't forget the local man.

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Laguna Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 April 1915

Lacuna Races. The Laguna races was held last Saturday. There was a large attend ance, a feature being the number of ladies present— the prevailing fash— ions of the day being welLrepresented. The racing opened with tbe Flying Handicap, which was won by uwnoj s ooy *-, a moso consiscenc peformer and a friend of the 'public; for the mare started favorite at evens: Reynold's Teralba was second, and Dougherty's Electric Bell third. ''. Six starters. ' ! District Hack Bace— Campbell's' Barney AUen 1, Sternbeob's Jean 2. ?i Laguna Handicap— Tristle (a Sydney importation) 1,. Teralba 2, Joy B $. Only 3 ;6taAte^,.v;TJiis*was a great; Open Hswk''T$aoe:— J, Brumage's^j Jacko 1, Gooa win's* Dosey 2,. Jacko~ Tvas a six to 4 on favorite. ' ' Hunry Skwrry— Cameron's S. W;'i. Staniy started -faTorite, the dinner being at 2's; ?: ? «? Final Handican— Goodwin's DnBfiv J 1, Tristle 2: Tristle, T«f^a^^;anS' Barney Allen '^vere all well %&&&&( and the books never wrote t...

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Small pox in Cessnock! A FRESH CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 2 April 1915

[?] A'FkBSH IfASE. Travelling by this morning's train was a Frerichman, named Monsieur1 Le Dupe. As the train drew up, Monsieur stepped onto the platform and walked across td'tbe bus. En tering, he awaited to be driven to his destination. Following the French man-came three weJUrknown Cess nock ladies, who climbed into the same bus. Butj'ust'as the busman drew up the reins, a- pale '.look came over the Frenchman's face, and turn ing to ihe driver be.jsaid. ' Vait, iny frent, vait; T have the small pox !' Instantly the scareS 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 fto the busdriver, ' Ker-vick, my frent, ze small pox ! ' By this time tbe police had arrived; and it took them half-an-hour to find out that the poor Frenchman was just trying to ask the driver, in his pigeon English, to fetch a small box or case contain ing Perfumery and Anti...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Just a Note from the Bush. READ CAREFULLY. Daisy Flat Farm, Guyra. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 9 April 1915

Just a Note from the Bush. HEAD CABEFULLY. Daisy Flat Farm, Guvi'a. Mr. J. E. Howland — Dear Sir. — In answer to your memo of tlir 25th Nov., requesting me to give you results of treatment of your Bottles of Pills (Herbos), I wish I had taken them five years ago, as I would have cscaiH'd a lot of sufi'cr ing. Since taking them 1 can do all uiy farm work on foot with comfort, | where I had to use a saddle-horse i and work in pain before, I shoull? like all sufferers from Bheuinatism, like riSyself. to know the benefit of your Herbos Pills, which came into mV house as a blessing. Tou, Sir, can use this note as you like, as I think eveTy 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 everywhere at 1/ per bottle.

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 — 9 April 1915

'Commonwealtb J|lfe$arik of Susttalfa HEAD 4»PFIOE «p5ap@jp SYDNEV fhd Buk fi opni lor «U duaei or GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS rt STANWAY HOUSE,. KING STREET, SYDNEY Alao at Oanbtrn, NeweoUt, lldbouror, AdeUlde, Perth, Bobut, Briibwc,Bockh*iii|-ton,TowiiirilI* Md Lendta, O»bl« raDittancM made to, and dnfta dnirn on foreign phots direct; Foreign bitli mgoUkted imt. oollMtod. Uttcn of credit inutd to any part ol the world. Billi necotkUd or torwarded lor collection. Banklor **d Exohange ntulnew of every detcription tranuoted wttbin the Oommoa. -- wfnith, Ucttod Kingdom «nd abroad.' Cutrtot aooounU opened. Int«r*tt paid on fixed d«poelta,' AdrtnoH made ajalint approved Mcuritiee, SAVING6 BANK DEPARtMCNT fk».W. Brmneh Offlo** »O OA8T«MAQM »T«E«r {top of Moor* *t-. ?VOMBV. Brandiee In the abort dtlM and 3,000 Ac-n»l— at Port OIBcei throuehout the Commonwealth Dopoalte from 1- to £SOO. lnt*r«st at »% per annum. BMti»Milta e-r Withdrawals nay be made at any Branch w Agtnej within the Oommoewe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 9 April 1915

Lane 61 Quinn; Ltd. ^j Winter Goods \d^ ^7) now (.^^ ^ Showing! r Lane & Quinn, Ltd. The Price Reducers. Just Arrived Just Arrived «J ^! ? ??;? ^ ALL OUR New Season's Novelties Dress Goods, Velveteens, Tweeds, Serges, and Amazons t -? - IN THE LATEST COLOWIIGS «ID CHECKS; ; Also Floral Ribbons— Tartan and Striped 7 ?? ? ? . ?--? We cordially invite you to inspect our WINTER STOOK and you ? will be convinced we're up-to-date, and can show you the best values in town. ' : S Try Our Guinea Blankets ; They are so cosy and warm. Supreme Value. A. W. BRIDGE and COY., LTD., J ' Our Motto— small profit Large Trade.', :%. JAS. McKBNDEICK. Mauager. . ?:, BARGAINS. BARGAINS. Great Slaughter Sale j V _ ?' OF ASSIGNED STOCK. ' r-r- '.??'': ? '- :'A £1000 Worth of Men and Boys' Clothine and Mercery. COMMENCED THURSOAV, APRIL tst, 1915. - Don't Miss this Great Bargain Event. Goods being sold at Enormous ^4 Reductions— Under Sydney Cost Price— and many lines given away. ft .... + ' ? ' ? ~'...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Weather Forecast. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 9 April 1915

Weather Forecait 1 '«H (Special to the 'Eagle.') Sir. F. H Kelly, the -well-known weather expert whose predictions in the Cessnoct , and, Maitland district have found so muobVfavor because of their - almost uniform correctness/ kindly forwards the following (dated Sydney, April 8) which rib doubt will be favorably jreceived by our farmers ana caKen aavancage 01 :— Dim un settled, with further Bhbwers on the coast And 'highlanlis. , Some scattei^d thundprstorms inland. ^^ Wirids veer ing to cool s^ui^ny^raerally by the endof,th|iirwV^! ^dicfctionspf

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Royal Sports Carnival. SUCCESSFUL ISSUE. GOOD TROTTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 9 April 1915

Royal Sports Carnival in ? . . BPOCBSSFUL ISSUE. 'GOOD -TROTTING. -\Nbti by any Btretch of imagination ' Can it be said that Eabter Monday's weather -conditions favored outdoor sport. The day opened dull, and just after lunch « heavy shower fell, which, -of ?course, kept nrnny persons .from attending vthe Eoyal Sports Carnival Yprbtnbted inaiiof the funds v»i uuo iku. arjjJBUjrsery , «jbs - ay per cent ifcLbb handed to the patriotic fund. Despite the adverse condi tions the attendance was large, and the. turangemente on the sports ground werfe in-eViery way in keeping with the exeallenceiof the prelimin ary arrangements. Chief interest was centered In the trotting events. In each instance *be entries for the trots were numerous, and the .owners turned out with their horses almost' to a man. The interest in the horse events were keen, and the outcome may be an effort to encourage trot ting in the district by providing more frequent reunions. The suc of 'the sports was largely due to ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 9 April 1915

? ' WILLIAM H. WARD, , Pupil of Edward King, Newcastle. TEACHER OF Piano, Violin, Mandoline and Theory. '? ? c/o Lightfoot's I J. E. HENRY, (Lale George Pring). Undertaker 31 Cabinet Maker. Funerals Conducted in any [part of the — District- New and Up-to-Dale Plant and Furnish ings. Prompt Attention, Reasonable Charges and Considerate Treatment to all. Orders may tie given on my bcliaU to MR. PRING or at the 'THE PON' where my workshop is situated, or ftt my PRIVATE RESIDENCE, Kegent Street 3 doors off Hill Street. ? ^ ££^ £A TQN^ ' PBACXICAL BOOT Sr SHOE MAKES. ' (late of Co-operative Store, Cessnock) desires to state he his Opened BiuineM in Litobfield's Buildings, VINCENT-STREET, CESSNOCK where he will be pleased to undertake all classes of fB°ot and Shoe Repairs. Soots and shoes madu to order s W.L Morris, ; BUILDER ft CONTRACTOR Hall's Estate, Cessnock ; , All Classes of Wovk Undertaken ? Estimates Given. Are you aware that I R. H. Shackleford Main Street, Cmnock, is the Lendin...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Timber - Getting. IN THE ELLALONG RANGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 9 April 1915

Timber - Getting. IN THE ELLALONG RANGES. (By our Rambling Reporter). The ranges of mountains that form a significant and conspicuous feature in and around the district of Oess nock, alfo play an important part in the commercial proclivities of same, but the true importance may be realised only upon a nearer and more intimate view — ?which we propose obtaining. Ascending that magnifi _„.»«. Kill irr.trxvliaf.fiK7 in rtnr midar. — popularly known as Bridge's Hill — and glancing due south-west to where the purple outlines of the mountains sweep the sky-lino with undulative vagarieB, a perpendicular streak of yellow-ochre may be discerned. Im agination might suggest that the yellow streakcleaving the mountain side was a natural feature, but as a matter of fact it ? is artificial, and is literally a ladder of convenience made by necessity, research and industry, so that the natural, wealth of ages may be more directly applied to the needs of man, in the shape of timber. And that yellow ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Cycling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 9 April 1915

Cycling Notes. The Cessnock Bicycle Club's post poned 4-hours' race will be run this pay Saturday, April 17th. Nine teams are entered, and much interest is being taken locally in the event. On Easter Monday at; Brauxten sports, some of the best racing seen in the north for some time was wit nessed. Entries were large, and they were nearly all starters. Following are the results :— Heat winners Mile.— J. Edwards. 20yds, W. Adams 70yds, F. Chuck 100yds, P. Scott 140yds, J. Robin son 150yds, Ballard 160yds. Final : W. Adams 70yds ... 1 J. Bobinson '150yds ... 2 * J. Edwards 20yds ... 3 This was a good race, and was won by half a wheel; third place a length away. Time, 2miri 24secs. ~ * Heatwinners l*mile. — W. Adams 105yds, J. Eobinson 225yds, ^B. Ernst 285yds, A. Poole 210yds, V. Holz 210yds, H. Ballard 240yds,. P. Scott 210yrds. rinal : J. Eobinson 225yds ... 1 W. Adams 105 ... 2 A. Poole 210 ... 3 Won by a length, 3rd close up. About 12 riders came up from Newcastle last pay Saturda...

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