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Indignation Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 February 1914

[?] , An ^indignation -meeting of the b$ctei|p. residing iu Black Creek was Ji&Jd'o'n Wednesday evening. There yjwj % 'very large attendance, Mr Tyi)iibiditu8 presiding. . Iu, opening procoedings Mr Typhoid itus explained the meeting was con vened with the object of contradicting Jthe defamatory utterances that were made from time to time regarding the condition of their residential quarters — Black Creek. These de famatory utterances were of an ' in jurious character, - inasmuch as the members of their society were be coming -alarmed and immigrating bacteria would not take the risk of coming to Cossnock, with the result j that population was not increasing with the same rapidity .as .it should. He gave the lie to the statement that the creek was not' healthy. They, its residents, had alwats found it He lightfully healthy, and their numbers, which were counted in millions, was testimony sufficient to vouch for this. He called upon Mr Diphtheri ticus to address the meeting. M...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Record Sale List. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 February 1914

Record Sale Uit. Arthur Biggers, auctioneer, reports having recently sold the following properties : — Farm of 100 acres of land, horses and cattle, residence and wine, from Mr. E. 0. Bizzant, of Pokolbin, to Mr. William Draytpn, of Pokolbin f three roomed house in Bellbird, from Mr A. J. Davis, of Bellbird, to Mr A. Craft, of Cessnock; four roomed house in Bridge-street, Cessnock, from Mr A. Craft, to Mr T. Watson, of Cessnock ; four room ed residence in Regent-Btreet, Cess nock, from Mr. JF. Newburn, of Cess nook, to Mr. M. Craig, of Cessnock ; two five-roomed houses, one facing May field-street and one facing Quarrybylong-street, Oessnock. from Mr. D. Robertson, of Greta, to Mr W. Pollard, of Cessnock ; shop and residence, opposite Northumberland Hotel, Vincent-street, from Mr. R. Peart, of Cessnock, to Mr. A. Williams, of Cessnook ; boot making business in Hall-street, Oessnock, from Mr A. A. Fretwell, of Cessnook to Mr D. Thornton 'and. Partner, of Wallsend ; Lot 11, section 8,...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cessnock Prog[?] Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 February 1914

^^Mfe** :The usual fortnightly *i8eTiirig4»^ the aboTa was held on Wednesaw night, Mr. M. J. Quinn-m the chait The Deputy Postmaster Genera wrote that the late delivery of maps in Cessnock was being enquired into. Mr. M. Charlton, M.H.R., wrote stating that he wbuld support the association's request regarding the same matter. Mr Kearsley, M.L.A., ' advised that Mr. Flowers would visit - Cessnock on Saturday.ifext. . It was ,'? ,. decided to interview tbje Minister regarding a larger fire'Titation tar'' Cessnock. The shire clerk wrote ? that the shire engineer was not noti- ' fiedof the visit of Mr. Smith, the Engineer of the Public* Works .pe-. partment who recently inspected the creek, and that was the reason the v association was not advised of the :? visit. The shire clerk also wrote that the Board of Fire Commission ers had advised that funds were not. - available at present for the erection . of a larger fire station but the matter had been noted for consideration ?: with its e...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Easter Monday's Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 February 1914

Easter Monday's Sporb. To submit a programme of sports totalling £ 75, and a further £27^/- : in art union prizes, making a/^otal ?'??- 6f £102/3/;, yould appear to be:^ v^ tmdprlaJdng ;ftt :^. .intrpauceJn^X^ -%. Yet^his is the amount of prize money °H»» Will be offered at the sports carnival and art union in aid of the fundsiof: the RO.; Church ' tr, be held on the Cessnook racecourse on Easter Monday, The programme is very attractive and comprises a miscelanneous assortment of events. The principal item is the Allcomers' *' Time Handicap Trot, for wioh the prize money totals £16. There 'are various other trotting and ho^se and pony events, footracing, tug-o*- *~ war, ^obdehop £10, danoing, and numerws .pther jltems1 wifli eo to' ^~* make i^U ijf fare comprehensive ^ugnto satisfy the biggest glutton in the way'of sport. As the publio have observed before the Ifcv. ttfltber Kilgallin doesn't do things by halves, and his personality is detecteaV ^» compilation of (foe^ projn»mnU Mes...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Killed by Her Son. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 February 1914

Killed by Her Son. Alexander Thompson, 23 years old, was arrested at Christchurch, N.Z. and charged with murdering his mother. A quarrel occurred r-fif.wA«n Thompson and a man named TTnrtMfjf who was living in flip Jrtfl^^^BP woman mtcY^r^^^M^&^Mm |||g|PP?mricose vein, and she ppWir death. Thompson says he struck at Baxter who dodged. ?Hhe blow, which -fall', /a- *he. women, j Baxter says the son deliberately struck the mother when she inter fered.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hospital Garden Fete. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 February 1914

Hospital Garden Fete. [ The ladies are putting great work into the forthcoming hospital fete preparations. They .are leaving no stone unturned in furthering the movement, and the -fete is certain to mb u gigantic success. It was a happy thought that suggested bringing tlie various lady church workers together, for none know better how to raise funds. The ladies have appointed collectors to canvass various centres, and already a tidy sum has resulted

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Died Suddenly. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 February 1914

Died Suddenly. A sudden death occured at Kurri Kurri on Monday morning. A man named William Wlreatman Clements a miner, living with his wife and five children in Aberdare Street, retired I to rest as usual about 9.30 on Sunday night. At about 2.30. a.m. Mrs. Clements awoke, and found him cold, and on striking a light she discovered he was dead: Mr. G. Brown, dis trict coroner, held an. inquest and after hearing evidence returned a verdict of death1 from natural causes. ' ' Eesidents would like to know what lias become of the scheme for lighting the town ? It is, time the matter W,bryugUt tp .light' ;;..{tto$j$n ;:vaA

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Sad Death. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 February 1914

Sad Death. A young woman, named Juliette Sylvia (stage name Simonsen),' a member of the Panto. Co., died in the Newcastle Hospital at an early hour on Thursday morning last. The circumstances of her death was the cause of an inquest. Mr. H. H. Chippendall, Chamber Magistrate , deposed that at the instance of Ser^ j geant Strachan, he took the deposi tions of Juliette Sylvia, and in her statement she declared that she alone was responsible for her illness. Dr. Dunlop stated he was called in to see Miss Simonsen professionally on Sunday last. #She said that she had been vomiting and that -her illness was due to natural causes. From what he saw on his second visit he ordered her removal to the hospital, and later on she made certain admis sions, when the police were informed. Deceased died -at 3,30 o'n the 19th inst. A verdiptrwas returned in ac cordanco with the mferWI toofir«rt»« Deceased was hurried the same after-, noon ; less than a score of persons attended the burial. Altogether...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Grand Social and Dance. IN AID OF HOSPITAL FETE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 March 1914

Grand Social and Dance. IN AID OF HOSPITAL FETE. If the first function carried out under the auspices of the ladies' committee of the Cessnock Hospital Fete can be taken as a guide to the success of future functions then, the financial aspect of the fete will' \Vear a healthy appearance. The social and dance held in Anstey's Hall on Tuesday evening was a great success, and the attendance spoke volumes for the work of the ladies' commit tee, headed by the secretary, Miss M. Wilson. The floor space of the hall was totally insufficient for all to dance at one time, but during the evening dancing was participated in by all who felt inclined, while num bers occupied the stage, and seats in the hall for the purpose of looking on. The fair sex were exceptionally well represented, there being fully two ladies present to every gentle man. Messrs Brown (secretary), C. Biggers, R. Lord, and E. Whiteford, of the Hospital Committee lent the ladies a hand in the management of the proceedings, and...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 March 1914

LOCAL RACES. The March meeting of the Cess nock Jockey Club will be held on Saturday next. The entries are not large, still they are of sufficient size to provide excellent racing, and all that is wanted is fine weather to en sure a successful meeting. The track is in splendid order, and the secretary has every reason to antici pate that all the horses entered will make the journey. 'Bullfrog' hazards the following selections : — Flying Handicap — Tarilla, Lady McLean, Iriwilbin. ; Novice — Stretcli or Symdolise. Gessnock Handicap — Sir Gibbie, Florizel, Lady McLean. Park Stakes — Kneelah, Lady Lin acre, Wongrabelle. Final Handicap — Vigaro, Iriwilbin, Floral Queen

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 March 1914

Spiirtiiii Sid Brogan, well known in Cess nock, is promoting fights in Mait land. Sid has matched Kelljr Mansfield with Ben Doyle, winner' of the £600 heavyweight tourna ment at New town. . The Newmarket Handicap, run last Saturday, was won . by Iownit In io\ n:j— fa ii\ _.n«nj «..j ti. \i-xoj, vjiuui \o'J.j.j euuuuu, uuu *iiu coner (8-7) third. The winner was an outsider, but was backed down from 33 to 1 to 20 to 1 on the day of race. The Sydney champion twoyear old Woorak easily downed the Vic torian champion, Traquette, in * the Sires' Produce Stakes, run at Flem iugton; Melbourne. Traquette started at 7 to 4 on and was unplaced, Woorak started at 3's. Billy McNabb kept the coalfield's end up in pugilism on Monday even ing, when at the Newtown stadium -he; defeated Frank Picato in seven - rounds. McNabb had matters all his own way and gave his opponent sucli a grueling that the towel was skied. Wallalo won the Australian Cup run on Tuesday. Wallalo was se cond favorite at 4 to 1,...

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The Progress of Cessnock. INTERESTING ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 March 1914

the Progress of Cessnock. .INTERESTING ARTICLES. ' It is our intention to start, in next ?weeik's issue of/the 'Eagle' a series of 'articles under the -heading: The Propress of- Cessnock. -The data .opnifcained in' -these articles will date biick to 1904— the year in which the first sod :bf rAberdare shaft 'was turned, and the year which com menced the new lease of life to Cess tibok. irv the .tanning of the. coal aneasures?' There will be much newB of interest to old residents and -new comers aUke. If any. «f -the old resU '4entB^1ia^'^ny;'itei|^;'li(hey would like recowted we ejcfjejid to them-a; ?hearty ^vftafcion to^me^loqgand talk the 'fnatter^var. .Jmpor|anfc ;w!6ute-JIoh~'Mye 'happed -4%|be:

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 March 1914

School of Arts. A meeting of the committee of the School of Arts was held on Wednes day evening, Mr P. Crampton in the chair. The librarian's report showed the takings for the month were £32/7/-, made up by subscriptions £7/1/-, billiards £25, rent 4/-, magazines 2/-. — Adopted. The question of finances were dis cussed-, and it was decided to make arrangements for a temporary over draft of £50. As an amount of subsidy was due to the institute for -some time it was concluded that the best method to adopt to hurry same along was so write Mr Kearsley, M.L.A., in the matter, and-rthis the secretary was instructed to do. Several minor matters were dealt with. -Mr. Crampton, on behalf of the committee, took pleasure in welcom ing Mr H. , Smith (who has been enjoying a six months' holiday) back to Cessnpek and to his seat on the School of Arts' committee. His remarks were supported by Mr G, Biggers;— -Mr Smith : thanked the committee for their good feeling and assured them he would do his ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Deputation to Shire Council. LOCAL REQUIREMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 March 1914

Deputation to Shire Council. LOCAL BEQTJIREMENTS. ^Representatives of the Cessnock and Cessnock District' Progress Association joined as a deputation to the shire council on Wednesday. The former was represented by Messrs. M. Quinn, and H. Court, the latter by Messrs. A. Biggers, John Hill, and J. J. Hill. Mr. Biggers said in consequence of a discussion which took nlace in the council re municipal matters they found the council wished for a definite expression of opinion. He pointed out that a petition had already been prepared and forwarded to the Minister. An inquiry was held, but no decision had been ar rived at pending further con sideration. In view of this petition it was thought unnecessary to com pile another, still if required they were willing to do it. There were about 465 names on the petition, which was more than the number (one third) required. Mr M. Quinn suggested that the council invite the Minister to visit Cessnock and then give a decision. Mr Griffith had promise...

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Current Notes Races tomorrow. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 March 1914

Current Notes « » » Eaces tomorrow. It is proposed to hold a shopping week in Maitland. Antiseptic Ointment — the un equalled healer. 1/6,- from Evans, Chemist. A grand social and euchre party will be held in St. Joseph's school room on Tuesday, March 17, 1914. Iriwilbin, a horse entered at Cess nock, won the Novice Handi cap at Wj'ong Park races on Thurs day. The mineral industry of the State of New Soutli Wales showed an in crease in the output for 1913 valued at £453,649. The meat strike in Sydney is ex pected to end this week. A number of the employees have gone back to work. T.E. — We canuot publish your letter referring to our contemporary. Such action on our part we would consider a breach of Press etiquette. Shampoo Granules make cleansing and refreshing hair wash. From Evans, Chemist.* No fewer than 10,000 men have been killed in the coal mines in Great Britain in eight years. In 1912 the total number killed readied] the apaling figure of 1775. Mr. F. H. Kelly has forested ...

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Cessnock Bowling Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 March 1914

Cesinock Bowling Club. A meeting of the , above was held at the Railway Hotel, on Tuesday evening. Mr. Jos. Hill (YicePresi denfc) occupied the chair. Minutes ?: of previous meeting were^read' and : confirmed.' -''. ' ?'_'? ? ? ?;?-. ? ' 'V, ; .y . ?: ' '? ;? ; IThe.;. chairman reported' that he .. njafl interviewed the surveyors, who vJjad.iaj^ae ihesuryey of tne. ^ground, ;^::;;^li&KfeJfty.';;i::' '^.c^m ::[';?: x':t: -Zi:: :,y ;/S;?4$jf^nc^»st6 ;vpl6ughuig the ;»;grpund} .v' Sv ~&$$!\ )*$ |iwaB^v$ntually icfeoulpcL &-„ 'V ?' r;;.;::ieaye^ilje' TOaiterj^in'^heyan'ce ? until '. '? ?£; r^-:^^er;1ih|^leaBe:.n'a^^^;signed.::v^,;-. ??'?- ^;y;?M$to0^W6 aroed -tbt^the ? carnival . f^.^^^ yrath ^^-'v^'iOTfei^n^^.i^te^g.ine '.'carnival,; ^;-J^^|tr^^wS^^H^;^e V ijoi»-:

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Cessnock Choir. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 March 1914

. Cessnock Choir. Tlie electibn of officers in connec tion with the Cessnock Choir will be held on Tuesday evening next in Hampton's Hall. Practice will also take place. The choir is coming along fine but (.here is still room for more voices as the desire is to bring the number of voices up to GO. This is a splendid' opportunity for young men and women to go through a course of training for their voices. Mr. J. D. Davies, the conductor, as well as other enthusiasts are anxious to form a male voice party. This is an idea that should meet with ap proval and we hope soon to see an item on a concert programme by the Cessnock Male Voice Party.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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The Council and Deputations. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 March 1914

The Council and Deputations. ? ? ? A letter read from the Cessnock Progress Association, stating that that body would send a deputation to wait on the council, was read at Wednesday's meeting of the council. In speaking to same Cr Morgan said he did not consider it right to have deputations put on them without ? notice.' The deputation that morn naa maae ? gcaiiBmtuiiia vuau wold something abonimable. He consi sidered that in future due notifica tion should be given before a depu tion was received. -, Cr. Forrester said he supported the contention that notice of deputa tions should be given. He thought the deputation had taken certain liberties. It was decided on the motion of Cr Snape, seconded by Cr Morgan, that in future notice of deputations, intending to wait on the council must be received at the meeting pre-. vicue to the appointed date.

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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 March 1914

Obituary. A young man named J. Matchett, a resident of Abordare, died in t-b.8 Maitland Hospital on Tuesday, the cause of death being enterric fevor. The deceased was only. 23 years of age, and was a single man. The funeral of deceased took place on Thursday afternoon and was largely attended. The body was in interred in tlie Presbyterian portion of the Cossnock Cemetery, the Rev. S. Brown officiating at the grave.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Street Watering Again. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 6 March 1914

Street Watering Again, At the shire council meeting on Wednesday a letter was read from the Secretary of the Abermain Progress Association asking that Abermain and Charles streets, Abermain, be watered. Cr. Morgan said this was the re and he asked Cr. Snape what he was doing in this matter. Cr. Snape said Vincent street, Cessnock, was watered to save the street and if the conditions were similar at Abermain he would vote in a similar manner in regard to watering the Abermain streets. Cr. Morgan said he had listened to the statements made by the deputation on the matter of street watering that morning. One man had the audacity to say the council had decided to pay 2d in the.£ for street watering. The conucil never agreed to this ; they agreed to strike a rate at the suggestion of the peo ple. Now they had the audacity to come and say they would pay Id in the£; who was going to pay the other penny ? He thought the people were dictatory to the council. If you water the streets from the...

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