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OFF TO THE FRONT. CESSNOCK BOYS ENTERTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 9 April 1915

OFF TO THE FRONT. CESSNOCK BpYS ENTER TAINED. When it became known that a number of Cessnock .boys were in town say good-bye to their relatives and friends preparatory to leaving Sydney with an Australian conting ent on the 10th insfc., a number of members of the citizens' patriotic committee, and many others, felt the occasion was one they could not let pass without some manifestation of the appreciation and admiration of our young townsmen's action in volunteering to fight to uphold the liberty of their country. Thus it came about that a large attendance of friends and well-wishes assembled at Attwater's Hotel last night to say adieu to the Cessnock soldiers and to wish them bon voyage and a safe return. Mr. Arthur Biggers occupied the chair, and after referring to the motives which caused the lads to prefer to ' do or die,' proposed the loyal toast, which was disposed of with enthusiasm. Following are the boys who are leaving with the contingent : Brown Bros. (Tom and Frank) C. K...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 9 April 1915

Rifle Shooting. , The .following are the scores; in' connection with the Hennings Cup shoot, second stage, which resulted in a leg-in for 6. McLeod. Following are the scores : — YDS. YDS. H'CP. TL. G. McLeod 40 44 12 96 W.Morris 44 41 12 96 WitfcGarvid 46' 44 5 95 A. In'glis 48*41 4 93 D.McEwan 48 41 9 -93 J. Kirk 48 40 4 92 W.Waite 42 36 14 92 G. Barnes 46 44 sor 90 F.Hawkes 38 46 4 88 P. Wardlaw 44 41 3 88 E. King 40 40 8 88 A. E. Kirk 46 34 8 88 T.Edwards 43 44 scr .87 C.Barnes 38 40 8 86 6. Nelson 39 37 10 86 C. Thomas 38 35 12 85 H. Spioer 44 35 5 84 W. Snape 42 29 12 83 A. T. Kirk 38 39 S 8g B. Spicer 32 33 6 71 S. Spicer 35 23 12 70 T. Dodd 25 21 17 63 B.Charlton 33 18 10 61

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

Cessnock and District Public Eisteddfod. A meeting of the above took place on Thursday night last, at the resi dence of Mr. Hennings. Those pre sent were : Messrs A. E. Kirk (presi dent, in chair), Poulton, Quinn, Newton, Hennings, Chas. Thomas, J. Hughes-Jones, and A. T. Storey (joint secretary.) The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and received on the motion of Messrs Quinn and New ton. Mr. Hennings moved, and Mr. Storey seconded, that the account at the Union Bank be removed to the Government Savings Bank. — ? Car ried. 1 On the motion of Messrs Henn ings and Quinn it was resolved that the acting tieasurer (Mr. J. A. New ton) and the joint secretary (Mr. A. T. Storey) prepare a statement of accounts to date for presentation at next meeting. Mr. Quinn moved, and Mr. New ton seconded, that the secretary hand Mr. J. E. O'Neill (manager of Cess nock Dairy Co.) an open subscription list, and empower that gentleman to solicit membership and donations. — Carried. Mr. Quinn mov...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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CESSNOCK POLICE COURT. Tuesday, April 6, 1915. (Before Mr. C. H. Gale, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 9 April 1915

, CESSNOCK POLICE COURT. Tuesday, April 6, 1915. (Before Mr. C. H. Gale, P.M.) For indulging not wisely- but too well, Edward Jones was fined £1, in default 14 days' imprisonment. On a second charge of using improper language he was fined 10s, with the alternative of 3 days. a John , Drummond,' charged with being drunk and disorderly, was fined 10s, 6s costs, or 14 days' im prisonment. ; . : ^ For 'language' William Barnett and - John Freebufn were fined 10s and 6s ooefcs. ; V ?;. , . £. ArkinB was mulct in a similar penalty for behaving, in an improper, manner. * ;'????- '-?'''.' 'Several defendants were before' the court «n . varwus.4ha!rges for breaches. ?^i^i^.-^ti^^jo^pmamf: training: two were fined ipv not' attending ^rill,! one for v neglecting to ntftify change of address, and one for at tending parade without uniform. A prohibition order was issued against Albert Hawkins for twelve months. . : ?;. ?. ?;:; Two defendants were fined for failing :,tfe;'Jej^| |iheir children to...

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

AUCTION SALE OF Household FURNITURE J. D.O- Sullivan HAS received instructions from Mr. C Drinkwater to sell by auction bis VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNI TURE, on Saturday, 17th April, 1915, at 1 1 o'clocf, on his Premises, MAlTLAND STREET, SOUTH CESSNOOK The following are a portion of the article* to beoffered— 1 Large Sideboard with canopy top and bg mirrors, large dining table {tnrnefliegB), T.C arch serge dining mom 'ishite (7 nieces), front room suite (Queen Anne Geneva Velvet, 7 pieces). 3 oak tables, large (1. bed, Italian top, silver mounted and curtains, 2 marble top wash stands with b g mirrors, handsome design with cupboards, large wardrobe, 3 b g mirrors and 3 drawers, carved panhels, Oulchess dresssing stand (Dnlchess design, 3 b g _ mirrors, 4 drawers), large -kitchen . dresser, g. case with' drawers, 4 shelves and cupboard, dining room -set, large d. room 'table, turned legs. Quantity of linoleum to cover 5 large rooms (well preserved) 4 pair Venetian blinds (new), curtain...

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

STREET-WATERtNG. ?At the last meeting of the Cess nock Shire Council, a motion having for its object the securing of a legal opinion from the Shires' Association, relative to this question, was turned down by a majority of the council. The 'Eagle' has asked Mr. Jas. B. Scott, J.P., ex-shire clerk of Cessnock, for and expression of pleasure in submitting same to readers:— ;. ' The watering of streets is not a primary function of a shire coun cil, but a power which may be acquired. (Section 109, IV, of the L.G. Act, 1906-7-8 : ' The Watering of Streets.') The first question to be considered is, therefore : Has the shire council acquired the right to water streets ? At last meeting Cr. Morgan said the council had acquired this power. Assuming that this statement is correct (and I believe it is, speaking from memory), a council is authorised to carry out a power duly conferred. It follows that work performed musC be paid for. Where is the money coming from ? is the next question, and th...

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

Ellalong. A new tennis court has been formed at Congewai. Since its formation moonlight tennis has become an en joyable passtime. Nutty is a champion with the rac--' kett by moonlight, although it is possible several will aspire to the championship honors next full moon. The Swift met with an accident last week. While exercising the horse fell and spoilt the look of its knees. Veterinary surgeons Gov ernor and Kelly have taken the horse iu band, and guarantee to make him as good as new. Have-a-shandy has been'turned out for a dpell. This champion flyer is deserving of a rest after having won so much cash for his owner. Residents are looking for another exhibition spar by Shiney. He's the only old 'un in the district who has. ever been known to 'come back.' The farmers look very pleased of late'. Probably the rain has some thing to do with it. One man was heard saying it was- -worfcli?£500 to him. ; .? . . . ~ - , : Footracing is likely to start in the district shortly. Wife Whiskers...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Jack Johnson Knocked Out. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 9 April 1915

Jack Johnson Knocktd Out Our artist depicts the event which sets the World a-talking.

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

The Best Pictures only are shown at the ? — ''?«-?.? CINENA. '** Saturday A First-class Programme Including a Laughable Keystone. Only the best pictures secured. Sid Monks and Do. CESSNOCK j Still Leading the way with Best Value ? in Men's Wear. Specials for the Holidays. the The New Shape STETSON HATS stiU at When BOATER with Narrow the same old Price. FIRM Band and New Tip, All Shades. yQn . 4/3 Price 25/-. that ? eta NOBBY SHAPES in Latest in NECK WEAR, SAVES Hard Felt Hats, including only Leading Makes where the Conformus & Hedform, Stocked, YOU 8/11 to 10/6. 1/., 1/9, 2/6. YOU MONEY Tailob-Made Teousebs, TAILOR-MADE SUITS, PAY equal to Tailor-made Plain Cut, Material, and Style 0- or Permanent Turnups, the Best, MORE tO/6, 12,6, 14/6. 40/-, 50/, 60/. Every ? and J Nice Designs in Men's BOYS' SWEATERS, single FASHION SHIRTS bought w00i Mixtures, 2/6. GET ' Beat this in the Trade . „„. . Article. 2/11, 3/11, 4/11. if you can! LESS! Closed Friday, Saturday, and Monday so a...

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

J. D. O'Sullivan,«*^- Auctioneer, Valuator & General ... Commission Agent. Loans negotiated at Lowest possible rate. Don't miss this opportunity. £10 will secure you a home site. . Next Door to Union Bank. MINIMUM '*''''? W''*1l€W?1^flin*WiftyE':Si ' '*?** 'iNTEklSSlP DEPOSIT. \ MpuA OJB*^ U «dOBB-8*., SYSHZT; * \ '. ' SEUMT.-V' Commissioners:—^. A. WARDEN (President), W. H. O'M. WOOD, H. D. HALX. Cessnock Branch : J. A. Newton, Manager. SECIiapiY AMD SATISFACTORY INTEREST - ere the leading features of this Institution. Deposits received from 1/ uj-wards. - Tnterest paid at S% Per cent, on first £200, and 3 per cent, on exccBs ;to £800. The Bank has 130 8MN0KBS, and over 500 AOfnrCXXS. Ne agencies at Post-offices. ? . .???.. ,? ?-.;?- ? DEPOSITS GUARANTEED BH THE GOVERNMENT. 3i% I — ~' 1 3% I INTEREST ON By order of the Commissioner*, , on EXCESS I FIRST £800.- | . j H jjAV1ESi secretary. I TO *500- ' CESSNOCK HOTEL. Under Entirely New Management, The proprietor of the Cessn...

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Cessnock Shire Council. POLL OF RATEPAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 9 April 1915

' : \- td««no€^ JlS^^^ounellir' : ''? ' M ' -^POIst'OF *RATEPAYi;9S;V NOTICE is hereiy given dial a TOLL of RATUl'AVJERS^aMje' tak^o on SATUR DAY;; %*IUST ^C^ytM AY, 1915. as . toWejther' irie iSfiTiie/'CdiipcH' %t Cessnocfc will impose a rate of id.' (One Penny) in tlie ^6frthe-5Jriim|)roved Capital .Value, for the puiposesbf Street Wifcr!«%J 'in'-.ftfe following descrilied'area : ;?'??'.- V.j.; ,.^..^-:^!:; .' . From jlailjwy Station Jn ATihcent street,' vcssno^n, to ocuqpj-01 atis vjorn,i;r (ouui ? s ':' ? sides inclusive), 'fuid from Mount View ^ ' Roi4fjSQr|i,eplij jWrfn^jrejt.i to ^ Doyle | ^ stfeetotBoyiefs^st^e^Odlii^sidesoftiie U slreeL indusiye). ^v',.' -????/,.-.?.?.?'? '^ -', 'nje Polling floath ttJUUe *l: ihi: -Council 1 Chambers, XSssnpclt, and the hours will be . 'M

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

News and Notes It is easier to live within your in come than it is to live without it. The price of a two pound loaf of bread at Brisbane has been increased to 5d. According to the Prime Minister the war is costing Australia £1,500,000 a month. The Cessnockites who put in the holidays at Sydney races paid well for the privilege. Reports from, the seat of war show that the Allies are gradually advanc ing. The progress is slow, but sure. The Germans would now be glad to have back the shells they wasted upon the uselesB bombardmtht of historical buildings. ^ The Federal Government is offer ing £600 per year for a doctor to go to Pine Creek, and cannot get one to take the job on. The DoncaBter Handicap was won by Garlin by a length and a half from Spurn, with Brattle third. /The mile was covered in 1.39. The owner of Garlin, winner of the Doncaster, has handed the prize money to the Belgian Belief Fund. A good sport and a patriotic one. The new State abattoirs at Home bush Bay was offic...

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

' - imssBsmaBBttcamaammsmsm limber; ^.p^ft^f^ IN THE ELLAI-6NG RANGES.. (By our Rambling Reporter). The ranges of mountains that form a significant and conspicuous feature in arid around the district of Cess nock, alpo play an important part in the commercial ?' proclivities of same, but the true importance may be realised onlv unon a nearer and more intimate view — which we propose obtaining. Ascending that magnifi cent hill immediately in oiir. midst— e popularly known as Bridge's HfiP and glancing due south-west to where the purple outlines of the mountains sweep the sky-lino with undulative vagaries,, a perpendicular streak of ' . yeUew-rochre may be discerned. Im agination might suggest that the yellow streak cleaving 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 neoessity, research ' and industry, so that the natural wealth of - ages may be more directly applied to the needs^oyfeaiii in the...

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

Rifle Shooting. £ I'ne^ollpwtag 'iSe lne*~8oores ,in connection with the Hennings Cup shoot, second stage, which resulted in a leg-in for G. McLeod. Following are the scores : — YDS. YDS. H'CP. TL. G. McLeod 40 44 12 96 W. Morris 44 41 12 96 W. McGarvie 46 44 5 95 A. loglis 46 41 4 93 D. MoEwan 43 41 9 93 J. Kirk 48 40 4 92 W.-Waite 42 36 14 92 G. Barnes 46 44 scr 90 F.Hawkes 38 46 4 88 P. Wardlaw 44 41 3 88 R. King 40 40 8 88 A. E. Kirk 46 34 8 88 T. Edwards 43 44 scr 87 C. Barnes 38 40 8 86 G. Nelson 39 37 10 86 C.Thomas 38 35 12 85 H. Spicer 44 35 5 84 W. Snape 42 29 12 83 A. T, Kirk 38 39 5 82 R. Spicer 32 33 6 71 S. Spicer 35 23 12 70 T. Dodd 25 21 17 63 B.Charlton 33 18 10 61

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

AUCTION SALE OK Household FURNITURE -/. O. O'Sullivan HAS received instructions from Mr. C. Drinkwater to sell by auction his VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD tlJRtiU TURE, on Saturday, 17th April, 1915, at 1 1 o'clocf , on his Premises, MAlTLAND STBEET, SOUTH CESSNOOK. The following are a portion of the article* to be offered— I Large Sideboard with canopy top and b g mirrors, large dining table (turned legs), T.C arch serge dining room suite (7 pieces), front room suite' (Queen Anne Geneva Velvet, 7 pieces). 3 oak tables, large d. bed, Italian top, silver .mounted and curtains, 2 marble top wash stands with b g mirrors, handsome design with cupboards, large wardrobe, J b g mirrors and 3 drawers, carved pannels, Dutchess dresssing stand (Dutchess design, 3 b g mirrors, 4 drawers), large kitchen dresser, g. case with drawers, 4 shelves and cupboard, dining room set, large d. room table, turned legs. Quantity of linoleum to cover 5 large rooms (well , .preserved) 4 pair Venetian blinds (new), curt...

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 Bjatuxton sporte, Boa»ffitJM);4-e8V -racing seen in the north tor some time was wit nessed. Entries were large, and they were nearly all;; starters. Following are the results :— Heatwinners 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. Robinson 150yds ... 2 J. Edwards 20yds ... 3 This was a good race, and was won by half a wheel ; third place a length away. Time, 2min 24secs. Heatwinners llmile. — W. Adams 105yds, J. Robinson 225yds, B. Ernst 285yds, A. Poole 210yds, V. Holz 210yds, H. Ballard 240yds, P. Scott 210yrds. Final: J. Robinson 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 Saturd...

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

v ?.'??? ? : ! ~ il Lane & Quinn, Ltd m * » ' V -' i?' ^^ Winter Goods jy^| * V^ ^v) now j^^ ' i \ Showing ! r 't-^— — J% -??? ? '?' Lane & -|rap ;^Je^ The Price Reducers, Just Arrived Just Arrived ALL OUR . New Season's Novelties Dress Goods, Velveteens, Tweeds, Serges, and Amazons . . JILJHE_JAT£ST COLORINGS AND ?-&K&***~*rr* Also Floral Ribbon's -Tartan and StripW 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. Try Our Guinea. Blankets They are so cosy and warm. Supreme Value. A. W. BRIDGE and COY., LTD., ' Our Motto— small profit Large Trade.' JAS. McKENDRICK. Mauager. BARGAINS. BARGAINS. , Great Slaughter Sale OF ASSIGNED STOQK. £1000 Worth of lien ^fl^fe Slothing -and *toffjY -— - ? p— — - ' COMMENCED THURSDS^ APRIL 1st, 19J5. f^ Don't Miss this Great Bargain Event. Goods being sold at Enormous Seductions— Under Sydney Cost Price— and many lines given away....

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

ISIIfSP^' ':/vvy-«pa«-r IMwatd Kii^, Newcastle. ? ij^W'M:':'--: ' '^-?- ?????' ' ? TEACHER OF ^^P^I'C-.' Vint. Violin, Mandoline and Theorr Eft^^7^'''1' : ' c/okigtitfoot's-./ jpffel fe'fc ' '' ' ' '''' ? ttE«||- J. E. HENRY, ^?'?££t? s ^v - Undertaker & Cabinet ¥$l£?-:S ? ? ? ' Maker. . ? **.''*?? ;?'?,?*''??:'? Fuocrals Conducted in any [part of the %-??' '-'-At. } ??':'' ? ?'. ' —District—: ? * ?- -.-'- New and Up-to-Date Plarit and ^urnish rii. ?-;,?? ' ings, prompt Attention, Reasonable !??'??' Charges and Considerate Treatment to all. rfV ._?.: ----**? ? ? . -? ' ' '' Orfere may be given on toy iielialltv MR. PRING or at the 'THE DON' ' ^ where my workshop is situated. ^-r nt inv ? -?? I^RIVATCRESIDEWCE, Recent Street --',. ' . 3ooorsoffHiUSteeet. ERN. EATON, ?:????;? .?'i'-y-jW.1-.- :?? desires to state he has Opened w_,_ _»J r. . . . Litclifield's Buildings, : VINCENT-STREET, CESSXOCK ? ' . where he will be pleased to undertake all . ? ' ? classes of . (Boot and Shoe...

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

? HEAD OFFIOE.fS&fcpgf SYDNEY t- : . ' 1 Thi( Etnk ii op«n for klUlmti of QENCRAL BANKING BUSINESS M ' : 1 ? ? 8TANWAY HOUSE, KING STREET, SYDNEY ' ? -:i v Aba at ? ' ? — -M O»nb«n», NewcMtle. II«Ibounif , Adelaide, Perth, Hobtft, BrUbuit.EocktULinpton.T^wiurflltandLoBitm. /? O»We remitUacei nude to, and drain drawn on foreign placet direct. Foreign fbiUi negotiated ud '-;? collected. LttUn of credit ImumJ to *ny part el the world. Blilt nejotiatW-W forwarded IO» ,1 colleetiOB. ? Bankinf ant Exchange Butineu of eveiy description tranaaoted within the Oomao*. - ? vnltb, Cnlted Kingdom and abroad. Current account* opened. Inttreet paM on Seed depofit*. ' . .' ? Adnwon made ajalnit approved aecutdtlf*. ' \ ' '? SAVIN&S BANK DEPARTMENT '1 N.S.W. Branoh Offleai 3O OABTURUaH STRUT Cteip of Moor* «t), «Y0NKV. ' '' '; '1 BranchM in the above citiei iSid 2,000 AgeiwlMtt Port OEcti throughout ihe'Cominonirttltti ' :.:-M Dapealta from 1/- to^esoo. Intervat at *% p«r,«\nh|im. . ...

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Weather Forecast. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 9 April 1915

Weather Forecast (Special to .the 'Eagle.') Mr. F. H Kelly, the well-known weather expert whose predictions in the Cessnock and Maitland district have found so much favor because of their almost uniform correctness, kindly forwards the following (dated Sydney, April 8) which no doubt will be favorably received by our farmers and taken advantage of : — Still un settled, with further showers on the coast and highlands. Some scattered thunderstorms inland. Winds veer ing to cool southerly generally by the end of the week. Indications of a new rainstorm developing from the* Indian Oceau.'

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