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Cessnock J.C. Annual Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 16 April 1915

Cessnock J.C. Annual Meeting: : ? i*-£ ? ^-1- ' . The annual meeting of the Cess nock Jockey Club will take place at the Northumberland Hotel, next Tuesday evening. The nominations for 10 committee and 2 auditors, which closed on Saturday last, re sulted in only the required number being elected. Mr. S. S. Waddy and Mr. A. A. Forbes are the only new faces on the committee.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cessnock Bowling Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 16 April 1915

^ Cessnock fowling Club. ; A meeting of the above club was' held at'Attwater's Hotel on Tuesday evening for the'purpose of electing office bearers. Mr. A. B. Kirk occu pied the chair. . A!ft«r tbe minutes had been dis posed of, the election of officers pro ceeded, with the following results : — Prflnidnnfc Mr A IP. VJ..L- ? -,.:*-* presidents, Messrs. A. E. Westcott, S. S. Waddy and J. A. Hannah; treasurer, Mr. J. A. Newton ; secre tary; Mr. R. J. Winning. All pres ent were elected as a committee with the addition of Messrs . Biggers -and Hennings. .^ Several tenders were opened for the clearing of the ground, and erec tion of fence, and it was decided to accept' the tender of Mr. Snedden, £14 10s. Ways and means were discussed, and the secretary was instructed to write to yarious clubs as to tbe cost of formation of a green, rules, etc. The secretary intimated that there were in all 51 members in the club.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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"MORGANITIS." [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 16 April 1915

'MORGANITIS.' * i » The ' Kurri Kurri Times ' writes : ' We learn that Cr. W. Morgan, one of our reps, in the Cessnock Shire Council, has issued a writ for £500 damages for alleged libel contained in the ' Cessnock Express ' on March. 26th.' The article containing the al leged libel appeared under the above heading.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Shire Council Deputation. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 16 April 1915

Shire Council Deputation. ? it' . At the Shife Council, this week Cr,~ Johns submitted a report of pro ceedings dealt with ijy him as a de putation to Sydney last week. The following 'matters^ were treated : — Drainage op kurri hotels. — The Minister of Lands said he would send an officer to report on the ad TtoaiuiAivjr vm. ^lav/Lug luuu cbu U11O UWU' ers' disposal for drainage purposes. The land would probably be sold by auction. Clearing and forming streets OF KEARSLEy TOWNSHIP. — The Minister agreed to grant £30, which, be said, was all that was available. Overhead Bridge at Weston. — The Minister said everything that the department could do 'was done. If there 'was delay the responsibility was with the colliery company oon cerned. Bo-d to Elliot's throuch LYNCH's. — The Minister said the council had power to resume land. The only qualification was that the transaction must go through the de partment. Eoad to Kearsley Township. — The L.G. engineer, Mr. Jones, said nothing ciuld ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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SNOOKER TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 16 April 1915

SNOOKER TOURNAMENT. ' The Snooker Tournament carried out under the auspices of the School of Arts was brought to a conclusion on Wednesday evening when Norman Kenny, 25 on, and R. Grant, 30 on, met in the final. The result ended in Norman Kenny * becoming the re ftiniAnfc of trin first; nriza — Mr.' .T. Everitt's handsome gold medal— while the second prize of a trophy valued at 14/- was awarded R. Grant. Both players played their games consistently throughout the tourney.

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Cessnock and District Public Eisteddfod. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 16 April 1915

Cessnock and District Public 1 Eisteddfod. A committee meeting of the above was held at the residence of Mr, E. Heunings on Thursday night. Mr. A. E. Kirk (president) occupied the chair, and those present were : Messrs J. A. Newton, E.. Hennings, A; Poul ton, S. Winning, J. Hughes-Jones, Chas. Thomas, and E. J. O'Neill, and A. T. Storey (joint secretary). Correspondence of direct relation ship to the forthcoming fixture was read and dealt with, and Mr. Storey reported that many replies relative to entries were dispatched during the week. It could be deduced from this that the Eisteddfod, as pertaining to the number of entries recorded, would seeb'pse tbe previous year, more es peciallysinceentries were comingin at this stage very freely. -From infor mation received a large',. general en try might be expected irom Kurri, and in tbe near future hoped to be in a position to report something defin ite about entries for the' chief choral competition. A number of entries yrere: also expec...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Weather Forecast. (Special for the " Eagle.") [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 16 April 1915

Weather Forecast (Special for the ' Eagle.') Unsettled with more rain during the next few days, especially over the southern districts, under the in fluence of an Antartic disturbance now approaching. Mild ' northerly winds followed by cool westerly to' southerly should he experiehoea. i COTsnocK,is^likelr;to'i)e*t^bte*! by the disturbancewhich I'tpll nam'B ' Alpha.' This forecast covers seven days. F.H.KELLY. Sydney, April 15th, 1915.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 16 April 1915

The Best: Picturea I 1 only a-re shown at the — r-r— „, :; ' Saturday A First-class Programme including a Laughable Keystone, Only the best piotures secured. .. ? Sid Monks and Co. CESSNOCK Still Leading the way with Best Value J Jill'; Specials for ike Holidays/ ' *?? Tke The New Shape STETSON HATS still at When BOATER with Narrow the same old PribeV _IDU Band and New Tip, ' All Shades. Yon mi FIRM , 4/3 Price 25/.. ? - * that ? = ? eke' NOBBY SHAPES in Latest in NEOKWB&B; SAVES Hard Felt Hats, including only Leading Makes where the CoDfonnus & Hedform, Stocked, YOU 8/H to 10/6. 1/., 1/9, 2/fi. YOU MONEY Tailor.Madb Tbousees. TAILOR-MADE SUITS, PAY equal to Tailor-made Plain Out, Material, and Style or Permanent Turnups, the Best, MORE 10/6, 12/6, 14/6. 40/-, 50/, 60/. Ereiy — ? Md Nice Designs in Hen's BOYS' SWEATERS, single FASHION SHIRTS bought 'Wool Mixtures, 2/6. «*?* at old Prices, Beat this in the Trade ircct Article '.2/11^3/11,4/11 if you can! LESS ! Closed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 16 April 1915

J. D. O'Sullivan,**^ A uctloneer, Valuator & General Commission Agent. Loans negotiated at Lowest possible rate. Don't miss this opportunity. £10 .will secure you a home site. ?. , . ??? -..;?'.? H*«1JooivtoUnloiiBank. ? ?'-?'??::^.-s-' ????-?^ -a. }.,$?..- j;.; :;; ^.-.. ?-, ,;';,vr,- ,.-.,'?;,.' % .' : -?;'- deposit. ^^a eae.^ u kookb*** .*jn*jn»*rv 1 LIMr*- | ;omm!BSIoner»:— R. A. GARDEN (Prealijeni). jy.JI. O'M; WOOD. H. p. HALL Cessnook Branch : 3. A. NEWTON, Manager. SBClTMmr AM» SAT»FACT©«T INTCTEST are the leadlnr features of thti Institution. ' Deposits . recatved from 1/ UPW1nteVe8t paid at %V, per cent, on first MOOi and » per eant on excess to £500. The Bank has ISO MUUKiaan, and over MO MMOraOM. No asendes at Post-offlces. . ? ' ' ? ? r ? ?:.?'.-??;,.?,?? DEPOSITS OUASANTEBD MX THE COVEBNMEWT. 3*% I '— I 3% i INTEREST ON By order of the Commissioner*, _ ON EXCESS I FIHSTItOO. 1 j. H. DAVIES. Secretary. ' TOU00. } CESSNOCK HOTEL. Under Entirely New Management. Th...

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STREET WATERING. POLING DAY, MAY 1, 1915. IS THIS DATE LEGAL? [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 16 April 1915

STREET WATERING. POLING DAY, MAY 1, 1915. IS THIS DATE LEGAL? In the last issue of tbe ' Eage ' appears an official advertisement'an nouDotDg that a poll of ratepayers will be held on Saturday, May 1st, 1915, to decide whether^ the Council of Cessnook Shite will impose a (local) rate of one penny In the £ on the Unimproved Capital Value of ratable properties within a certain watering^ The motion fixing the date of poll ing was carried at the general meet ing of the Council on Monday, March 29tb, 1915; - Section 154, clauses, of tbe Local Government Act, dealing with local rates^ reads: v ?' 'On the notification of a pro posal to make a local rate, «nd before tbe rate is made, a poll of ratepayers may be demanded as hereinafter provided, whereupon the council shall forthwith meet and fix and notify, as prescribed, a day, not being less than seven nor more than fourteen -days in the case of a municipality, NOB LESS THAK FOUBTEEN NOR MORE THAN TWENTT,- EIGHT DAYS IN THE CASE 6f'a SHIBE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 16 April 1915

? ? THE ,:.'?''? ; ::---.^' €t%itmtk €agk A l^per for the People. ? . ? . Fbiday ByENiKG April 16, 1915

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CHILD EMPERILED. BRAVE RESCUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 16 April 1915

CHILD EMPERJLEO. . . ? ..... ? ,-! f _ ? _. BRAVE RESCUE. Doyle's Fiat was the scene of some excitement on Wednesday af ternoon. The little 2-year-old son of Mrs. McGill (whose husband is at present on active service) fell into the creek which passes Mr. A. Mit chell's house. vA playmate informed Mrs. Mitchell of what had happened, and that lady,, although entirely un able to swim, immediately jumped in and rescued the child. The creek at this spot is about 10ft deep, and to gether with the fact that Mrs. Mit chell was alone, marks the rescue as a very brave one. . ^

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Purchase of Yearlings. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 16 April 1915

' ' ? ^^^^^^^L^-^^z^—.^-^ _ . ?- : Mr. Arthur ^Forbes purchased a few. yearlings at thV^eairlin-i! soles last week^ ; Mr ^^a^^^ej&lso pur chased one^ The yB^PkriuVgs^to softie Jirif»8, 9fii6 proiab^a'conple/pf^heni: will aakV.i^ifitiu1 $0$ W®$ r^s'nextMaf^';;;./''- '^^''ry^j;':'] .?.''???'..' ? -S^-,'tf'^.::v-:;iX'-.-:^' '?'.-??-'?- There is a great tenjpeiancewaVe throughout the wbilcl. Srink is being ioa thS Tempe ^rifi^ Patt^ ; iire ^wi^? ^g-werymiiopi. ?-:-.:-r ..--??' '&*&; W~\ /;-:V.vSVrr.i.7.;^f^.-;--*jg..:;.v.-;..-r.;.- .v l:\Z^\ ,.^ '; ?':^^«|^|S^p^|.^a|nis^y|;^ winter p^Jbb¥3s*.nowsi^^3?;?S: A pecuUav accident hfe'gpened-laBt weektoagiri MameaMaggiaGfopB aalB^t Glout^ter. WbUe 'standing near a \vindow she fainted, and in. falling het head^wellt tnrbugh the' window, mc^l^i^f;^asB^iSisv:

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STOCK AND PIG BALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 16 April 1915

STOCK AND PIGJ3ALES. - : itessrs Snape Bros, report' i-~We hi^ii few ie^4 of jEfii^tdok forward at.oursaleB'6n Wednesday last. ' A good attendance of 'buyers ; operated -freely, and the market was very firm. Most Batisfftctiory^j-rioekrWflre real ieed. We sold on account of follow ing owners : Miss Yy? King, 1 light ?cbw-at £6 14s.; J. KingY 1 heavy bul: look at £13; 0. King,, 1 :huUook at Mft, 1 steer £5 19sr /E., King, 2 :Steers;.at;£6 12s;.; ''.' ^;:[^'y.t .-. ?;, ; Pigs.— 3L Wereyardtwl, \wmpriBiqg a few stores a^dsucker8, the balance ibeing ;heavy1^?rk^ '^tie inarketis Iposed of at Tiffini^prices^ Wesold on account ofowners;; Mrs. McGann, 2 stores at JBl P,s 3d ;ij£e&, Jaokspn, 5 light porkers. a|r,r£l 3s ;F.,Cruimpi: 9 heavy porkers at £1 .443 M,; J, Ling, 3 feea,yy porkers :..Jat $8 J.,jEi I&s6d!^ iffims/1 at ^2:.f. IJamb-i

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LEAGUE FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 16 April 1915

LEAGUE FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. Followers of League football are notified elsewhere that a meeting will be held on Sunday morning for the purpose of forming an association for the Cessnock district. The move ment is one that should claim the sympathy of all interested in football, as such an association would cen tralise football and encourage the ljeague game in a mnimei tuuu wuwu cause it to become popular wjth the people and infuse greater interest in the players themselves. Why should not Oessnock be made the head quarters of local football instead of the footballers being called upon to play their principal games in Maitland? There is every reason why Cessnock should have its own association ; there are the players here, there is support sufficient, and in addition there remaining is the fact that' the importance of the district demands the centralisation of its football.

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CESSNOCK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 16 April 1915

' CESSHOCiTRS ?'*' The April meeting of 'the Cess noek Jockey Club will be held to morrow^ and the prospects of a' highly successful day's racing are splendid — fine weather alone being the only essential necessary. The entries are large (totalling €6) and as the weather has been -favorable to the, course the racing should be en joyable, .and under the circumstances the attendance may be expected to be large. ^ Bullfrog* ^htitipates as follows :-^* ' April Handicap Comhlee - ».«- 1- Glendelah .... 2 Pagoda ... 3 Flying Handicap. So Shy .... 1 Sundance ... 2 MaskElyia ... 3. Novice Handicap. Mullahab. ... 1 Master Gowrie ... 2 Sandella ... 3 Cessnock J.C. Hondicap. Happy Miss ... ... 1 ChielBoy ... 2 Mundoola ... 3 Welter Handicap, ' . So Shy .;;; l ?'. KiUyFaday ... 2 Little Dixie ... 3

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UNION SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 16 April 1915

UNION SALES. Messrs Snape Bros, report : A fan supply of general farm and garden produce was forward at our sales on Tuesday last. Buyers were in good Attendance and operated freely. Prices were good for all lines. Fol lowing were the prices ' realised :-^- Eggs, from Is lid to 2s^id doz; butter, Is 1b; oranges, good to 9d, meaium 4frd to 5d, emaU VSd to 3d ; lemons, Lisbons 4d . to 7d, common 3d to id; mandarines, good to is, medium 5d to 8d; quinces, good to 6d others 3d to 4d; tomatoes, large to Is 6d, medium 9d to Is, small 3d to 4d : apples, eating 6d to ,8d, cooking 6d to 10 doz; cabbage, goed to 8s, medium 4s to 58,'8mall Is 6d. to 2s ; pumpkins, 5s doz ; 'grammas, 3s to, to 2spk; *beans. Is _9d tp 2s 2d pk ;. onions, 2s toiJBBqrtu ; turnips, 2s doz bunches. Poultry of all kinds were selling well ; liens to 3s' pair ; chicks, 3s to 4s; good roosters to 4s 6d pair.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 16 April 1915

?' '. ' Preliminary Notice. Pokolbin School of Arts / Sports' Art Union Conducted under Uie supervision of Pokolbin School of Arts Committee. Empire Day-24th May, ? BEN EAN RECREATION GROUND. ; j$b$k, £&5 10s. Includinfi Sulky valued $25, exhibited ) '' ' %v'Maiitl«iiad:SE6w. ^Prizes oti view at Lane & Quinn's, Ltd 'window. Tickets, Is each, obtainable at all Oessnock business places includ ; Lane & .Quinn's and Poulton's. ' 5; Thompson, Secretary and Promoter NOTICE is hereby given that the partnership subsisting between the undersigned mar~ 3-UNNE and ROBBKT ERNEST BROWN tradin in the business of Milk Vendors at Cessnock {under the registered name of J. H. Dunne) h»s been dissolved by mutual consent as rfrom this date. '? ' . ' } ' ? . The business will in future be carried on by |the said Mary Dunne solely and she will re ceive all debts due to the firm and pay all labilities thereof. . T Dated, Cessnock, this 13th April, 1915. V MART DUNNE ;: K. ,B, BROWN...

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Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 16 April 1915

[?] ,. .^^^fJccideHt Jstj ^ semirseripua jiSTOre'o^can^^t-^eaih^on /Thurg- day night, ;wheu ? a \hA named Jim Gilbert, ab®|ib4,7-;yearB:of ige, was^ fejured. It appears that ; yoUng Giljjre|t fla| fidingrfl ijoyole ib'- 'cpm«' .piiby.^lm'fi£herV^[ccupy\iig:'«'.JBulky wheu the pony swerved and ran into 'the Jad. Besides - receiving ' ,mucbr ?? luinor injury an aurasio.n in tue region of the Brarnach is piaifafuljand serious.. Had' the horse b^ij olJbrer tban » '.- bony. '^|b,e4^^^||TO*|te^ye .^^^. ', ;

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Anticipated Building and Cessnock's Standing Commercially. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 16 April 1915

\ -?.?! ^???sv-ii'f-sOv'-. ' '????' ??'-'''? ?'- ??' ?' ? '??' ? ? '..—£*—?♦* ? i. 1-: ' .'? \ ' Several ftdditionB to the buildings m ViDcent Sttpet\: A local firm of iarpeaters'are, contemplating build ing suh^anjial premises. In anothor m&t^pce a stKwKeeper, has additions o an already siibstantial piiei^isesJn view. Besides these, however, 'the completion ^f the war' will probably see an activity in building hitherto unprecedented. Ab touching ?'the liteRanfr flonamerfiial: Rfcatns at Cnaa, iq^(t(,it is included with Ipmore as 'Being 'oDeofihe. best' »ii this era by-cpn^ercial trayellerg.. '%,?/,

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