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Valedictory to Mr. T. Rowe. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 16 April 1915

Valedictory to Mr. T. Howe. A large number of friends of Mr. Tom Rowe, a member of Cesshock Town Choir, assembled in the Anv. bulance Hall on Friday evening last to wish him ' God-speed and a safe return ' from the seat of hostilities, ior which lie was leaving the follow ing day. During the evening Mr. W» Undue* on behalf of the members ;of thn choir, nresented Mr. Sowe: with a wristlet watch as a slight but tan gible proof of the-e8teem in which he was held by bis fellow members, Mr. Lindus spoke very feelinglyaof the regret they all felt at parting, as the guest was verypopular. VSpppial. mention was 'made of the i Itjndly generosity of the Bey- Father Kilgttl^ lin, who had presented -Mr. Rowe with a pocket book, an ariion on the part of the rev. gentleman- they ftU appreciated. Mr. Rowe fuitably ifc-! sponded. Refreshments wre.jpro-: vided by theiladieB. The i lojlbwing contributed to the -excellent musical programme dispensed^Mrs. Wok Lindue, Misses Dtiirhan and Davies, Messrs ...

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

[?] :w«(*^A^ncal i^ntt ^/^;; Johrj^pti^eiJt), 8. AVJ 8D*pe,'J.^ ^. Toilooriv W. Morgan, O.^Baroini, 3^e president submitted a tainute, ibat tb«shira'* stolid tor be «*«1fof *4e|»L^ijii6n «s tovwhatheV it is? feAtfa&oMff smallpox -sMses||t«n.j wtfct, «ttng thfctthe Bo*rd of Hodth *bld|4il-?oontrol of oohtagkJuB ^dis- i ^pPMshl^^jancI monioipalities «u-- .^nrlrtr^bnlyinfectious diseases.' -rt4CHi *ninute. wm the JoatbbiiiiB'bf -* aotiobfrom fllefioard of Health |ta ^4h6t:a»e council -was required to iW^Mt'JhsfdtitteB' imposed t-yfift6- : ti(m;^j«d&»iona, r^ 3 ^ine Ait, i^^^linfes feom the flat* of s*t tTiae.eiF*iBog mtnptiance riie'Bokrd; ^^j^^^t^-iwoilt,: and ^ wwfrom^e oftunoU tha«penses v X&$^$£O&&i ustteets, with referenpo tQ jaullbird Asaooiation »sk ing for^^o bridges to *a . «recte^ in Bparke ; Sin^v ^l-het sonsidored it out of the question to put bridges across this street. .,, Bie erection of thebridgee-wouia^nefiL-fouroriive people, wh...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cessnock District Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 16 April 1915

Cessnock District Hospital The ubual monthly meeting of the committee of the above was respon sible for a large attendance of oom mitteemen on Tuesday night last. Mr. Bay Lord occupied the chair. Correspondence was read from the Minister of Public Health, in reply to a request for a refund of the sum of £450 forwarded towards the cost of erecting an operating tneatre ana kitchen, detailing the expenditure on the hospital and stating that addi tional expenditure bad to be provided for the work in excess of the original estimate to the extent of 4228, and that the £450 contributed by the hospital having been expended, the to take the matter up.— Received. From Director General of Public Health, in reply to communication applying for a horse ambulance from the Coast Hospital, stating there were no more ambulances available. — Beceived. , / From the ' under secretary of the office of the Minister of Public Health, stating that the Minister had a distinct recollection of the promise he m...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 16 April 1915

?? y'^MM^.'.::h On 'Saturday iait: a ;iid namefl Green, bf Westoiaj^ 'itsaA with a severe1 accidbntto ^is' ]$$$. hand^ tt ajn pears that bis -habd Sbacame 'fcaugbt between th'e'^gSjjbt^ haulage fcpotpr.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Smallpox. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 16 April 1915

*J *??._..:?*?*' ????'?J- ????? - ''.??-' ? '. - i Witliin the last week 3 ;additional^ x»Befipf^atip^xhavehei0n'reported. Owiiii'to the lull eiperiehced lo&ally ^ ^!lm^ipii^^:^-^^;^iti; the s^Uri$$ad^^ ing;--^(i*f^^;.^p^^]f;^cotUBe':- On6v6If)Jbji;.jMs0&.'';b^e.jrlbb)LNeatn;.';;-

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ellalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 16 April 1915

Ellalong. Winter crops are now receiving at tention, and .the recent, rains are re sponsible for putting the farmers in great heart. . Big Tom of Bellbird has purchased a race horse from the borders of Queensland, The beast is highly bred,- But low in condition. It is likely that he will be placed as stable mate with our local crack, Gentleman Our old .ch|igerT;Sbaindy Dandy is being pentioned off.; Wire Whiskers is leasing a three-year-old off one of our local breeders. . Shiney has made a discovery found a bees-nest. The bees had left! but ..the. honey that remained was not calculated to 4-ass the Pure Foods, Act :t9sfcl.l , - ??. ^ ' Cpmiho^Bros. haVe sold 6ut ar-d purchased » jam factpty frpmSkinny Jack' ^atid JaioSvooo^'But^t is;S-;? tievtd-it'^^'^ih^j^^niqKB.''.'',1-1:' It has heen.jnDti^ed;thatiSkiriny Jack'sfeitehen tea- is jioBtprjrjfta tp a later date. :?;'? .?-..; IsO'- t^iiij-^-.'.^-'i P. Phillips la ifaw»Vu$v ? nis^^e^

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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New Coal Seam Discovered. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 16 April 1915

Nw Coal Seam Discovered. ' ?? , A new icoal. iseani, iBJ -feet thick, las ieen iiSisc^yered ^^ it^ Stantotcl :juer&yr./'01J^y^%earyihe''!'Uiider'- jpa^r^j^e.V Tbe idiso#e^ is

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOLLOMBI. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 16 April 1915

WOLLOMBI. The race meeting and ball held here on Easter Monday in aid of the Belgian fund proved a great success, when well towards £100 wag realised. The races, for which liberal prizes were given, were very keenly con- tested for, in which fair fields were sent out. The committee of the Wollombi Sports Club deserve great credit tor the manner in which they carried the racing out. The double was won by that smart 14-2 pony Joy B although she carried a good lump of weight she never left the issue in doubt in either race. Electric Bell finishing second in each race. J. Goodman's Dosy also won a double, and Jacko the Hack Race. People say that the Bush King's assistant got in some very good work at Wollombi Races on Easter Monday and showed a good profit over the meeting.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 23 April 1915

Are You Good at Finance ? — : ? * ? :~ A man visited Harry Fisher's, the Hairdresser and Tobacconist, one night last week and purchased a Barling Briar at' the low price of 6s. 6d., tendering a £5 note. it being late and H.F. having in sufficient change the matter was fixed this way. As the man wanted some cash he was-given change of £1 so that he got 13s. 6d. and the pipe. He left the note to be . re-claimed next day, and next mom he was there when he banded over £4 and received his^fiyer back. Who gained by the transaction ? All banding in a correct answer by April 5th, 1925, will receive a week's membership of Hairy Fisher's Toilet Club for 1/ Please note new address — Opposite Amphi Pictures. There are bargains going just now pending alterations to shop front. A. ttokins, Tea Merchant, Fruiterer^Obnf ectioner, and Stationer, etc. Have yon Tried llie Famon* Wattle Blend Tea ? These Teas are truly Blends of Per fection and leave nothing desirous. Packed in any quantity. In Confect...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 23 April 1915

WILLIAM H. WARD, Pupil of Edward King, Newcastle. TEACHER OF Piano. Violin, MwidoWnewnd Theory. c/o Lightfoot's J.E. HENRY, (Late George Pring). . Undertaker & Cabinet Maker* Funerals Conducted in any [part of the —District New and Up-to-Date Plant and Furnish ings. Prompt Attention, Reasonable Charges and Considerate Treatment to all. . Orders may be given on my behaU to MR. PRING or at the 'THE DON' where my workshop is situated, or at my . PRIVATE RESIDENCE, Regent Street 3 doors off Hill Street ERN. EATON, PRACTICAL BOOT * SHOE MAKER, .{lute of Co-operatiye Store, Cessnock) ' . desires to state he has Opened JButineii in Litchfield's Buildings, VINCENT-STREET, CESSNOCK where .he will be pleased to undertake all classes of $oot and Shoe Repairs. Soots and shoes made to obdeb W. L Morris, BUILDER A CONTRACTOR Hall's Estate, Cessnock All Classes of Wo-:k Undertaken Estimates Given. Are you aware that R, H. Shackleford Main Street, Cessnock, is the Leading and Cheapest Saddl...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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NEWCASTLE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 23 April 1915

f NEWCASTLE RAPES. . -' ???? hi The Newcastle races are down for decision to-morrow. ' Bullfrog' anticipates as follows: — ... . .' Flying Handicap. Malt Mary ... ... 1 tord Beptbn .... 2 Bazetta ... ..► 3 -s. Welter, Handioap- V' ' Bouard ... ..^ 1 -- D.H.P. ... ~ ,- 2 Bay Brush ... ... ? 3 Nursery Handioap . Bosedell .'...? .w v 1 ?Spifiway '... ... 2 Isky . -.v . .... fr . ??? Autumn. Handicap. , ' : Blueberry^; ... /,?? v. ? ?'? Scbutrnaster '...?: 2 . Delorium ... .?'. ..» ? . 3. .Trial 'Haridicap. . Bualama ... '.' ... 1 ArtiUeryMaid ... 2 . Simcai ,..,.. r ... 8* Steward's Mile/. . Blaeberry :,.-.,?. ... 1. i 'Njris ?-.:?.'.. \X.- ? ? ?'?;,,. '... ?:.';?

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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HOTELKEEPER'S LIABILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 23 April 1915

; HOTELKEtPER'S UABILITjES; £ Whether a hotelkeeper', was liable' for the safe custody of a horse left in his charge by a guest was: the snb jedt of a oafee in the Small ^Dehts Court, Cessnock, last Tuesday! bft|| I Mr, 'G. H. Gale, P.M, fffl i Harold Judge, plaintiff^ stated that he left- his liorse at - defendant's hotel in the; charge «f defendant, Eobert ? Wpiam; Cafe, and 'tbB; horse: was ailowiad to stray and as a' result was injured.-! Befendanir held he was 'iot liable, but the ^Magistrate ikiii . otherwise, and gave a verdict for plaintiff for £3 damages anfl 42. 4s . costs.: Mir, A. E ? Wwtoott apr petrecl lot ^spHnHff- ^,^;|lanfi&|

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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CESSNOCK LEAGUE FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 23 April 1915

CESSNOCK LEAGUE FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. It has been reepgnised for some time that the Cessnbck district had reached a stage of importance when a football association should be formed. To further the project a public meeting was held at Winkle man's Hotel, on Thursday evening, at which there was a fair attendance of Kinghts of the Leather. Mr. W. Fullicks occupied the chair. It -was decided to form an Asso ciation to be known as the Cessnock Junior League Association and to affiliate with the parent body* It was decided -io receive entries u jj uu j-»y oaviuxiuy, may abb, ior two grades, B and C. M.was further decided to divide the; town: into two districts, and Messrs. Russell, Hart ley, Nelson, Watson, andfother old ?playere announced their intention to commence organising the players. Opinion was expressed thai two teams were already prepared to en ter and there were prospects of a third team coming in; The residents would be sure to help the association along in their independent c...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Cessnock and District Eisteddfod. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 23 April 1915

Cessnock and District Eisteddfod. ? - i » The usual weekly meeting of the above was held on Thursday evening at the residence of Mr. E. Hennings'. Mr. A. B. Eirk .occupied the chair. Mr. Storey reported a very satisfac tory number of entries received during the week. Each mail brought numerous enquiries from intending competitors, which demonstrated a live interest in the movement. To date there were three contemplated entrants for the chief choral compe tion. The financial statement showed a very satisfactory state of affairs. What with subscriptions and dona tions to hand and the liberal promises .the affairs of the society were far ahead of the corresponding time, in last year's proceedings. Another consideration that counted was that the working expenses would not nearly aggregate the expenses of last year. The committee are to be con gratulated upon the standing of the ? society.

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People Say: [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 23 April 1915

J^ople Sajf^: .. ..-?? . '?:.?/.-'?_?-?«: - That Mr. Kelly's weather forecast was very, correct. , ..'..... , That the farmers are beginning to look forward to Mir. Kelly's forecast. That the streets' have been Well watered lately. . That Miss Gaby, the local 2-year. 613, is nominated at Newcastle races - to be held to-morrow. That the good work done to the roads throughout the Bhire of late is much appreciated; y That sinking was 1-ecommenoed at the Aberdare' Oeifcl property this ween. That the proposed new racecourse is to be inspected by the committee on Sunday morning. That a conference between the masters and men with regard to the afternoon shift on the Coalfields meets at Maitland on Saturday. 'The the coal trade in the New castle and Maitland districts is any thing but brisk. That dispite the slack period the local colleries continue to work full time. That Inspector Bill is on the war path after chaps who drive gee-gees and push bicycles without displaying alight. That ther...

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Cycling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 23 April 1915

Cycling Notes. ♦ ? ?— ? The Cessnock Bicycle Club held its-postponed teams race last Satur day. Owing to the bad state of the track, it was cut down to one hour. The teams competing were ; J. Ed wards and E. Davis, P. Baus and J. Baus, N. Ling and A. Austyi, W. Clarke and H. Ballard, J. Hanning ton and A. Duggan. The first-named in each team took part in the final, and after an exciting finish, J. Ed wards won by a foot from P. Baus, with W. Clarke close up third. The distance covered was 22* miles, and considering the state of the track, was very good mileage. A local jeweller donated a gold medal for the rider doing the best ride of the race, which was won by P. Baus. At about 3 o'clock riders lined up and were despatched five minutes later. The pace was v.ery hot for the first 10 minutes, 41 miles being put behind, J. Edwards and P. Bans being the pace-makers. Snow Davis was the first to relieve,, closely fol lowed by J. Baus. Ten minutes later Snow Davis had a fall, but be ing ....

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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By the Way TOUCHING THE DARDENELLES DISASTER [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 23 April 1915

Bffe#ay . ^ in (By Allopa Twrsi). TOUCHING THE DARDENELLES r-ISASTER. \J The Very earliest records of anci ent history contain illustrious in stances of kindly ministrations of women. The most modern act of kindly intent comes as a vivifying zephyr from the Island of Zendes, and in n, fcnnnliinf infifn.npji in nnnnm. tion with the late Dardenelles' disas ter when the British battleships. Ir resistible, Ocean, and the French bat tleship Bouvet, were said to have been sunk by mines. It appears that for days after the disaster while the bodies of English and French sailors who .were lost were carried past the island, Greek women brought, large quantities' of flowers and tbrew*them into the sea from the, cliffs as the bodies swept past. fmendbhip. Of a truth an act like this (like common and universal disaster, does much to cement friendships and break -down petty differences. Speak ing of Friendship : Wherever we turn, to brake or burn, To ocean, or wood, or stream, To valley or fount,...

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Ellalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 23 April 1915

Ellalong. Nightingale Dick has started a bee farm -a Dongewai. Dick's too old a general to be stung. The top Cpngewai players met a team composed of the Homan family at tennis last Saturday. Tbe irres istible Homans proved too good for their opponents, and won by Beven games. , A great tennis match is to take place in a fortnight's time between B. Ling and A. Homan, two clever exponents of the racket. As the ' sugar ' is deposited in the ijands of Mr. Duncan Diplock there will, be no going back.- The match is ex pected to be patronised by royalty, as the Eing of Ealingo and the Queen of Laguna have -stated their* intention of being present. Visitors are expected from Deadman's Creek, Flying Fox Gully, and other import ant centres. , It is rumored that the winner of the match will be beseiged by challenges for the championship belt. . Two ladies are included among those, anxious to have a fly at the championship./ Anyone at Ellalong or Congewai who cannot talk tennis is looked upon a...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Continental. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 23 April 1915

? - - - ? The weather conditions -pf: last. Wednesday were responsible JEor $ie iwstponement -)f the Gi^nd'eontin ? ental to b,e .hejd. thfttiigbt under the Tue ^te qj $h@ ^Qfltwenw WA ntm been .^©a ^m^'^wilBby.-night,'.' whioU gives the iadies more time to marshal the preliminaries ihai^go to make a successful iunction; The Commercial Bank: ^undS ' will be bruiunll;:jUiu^iB^^lQi^e.vp^Byi 8ion,-;'And;^li0p-^fir^ipaM|%|o^

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 23 April 1915

OBITUARY. The death occurred of Mr. Abra- ham Rowley at his residence, Harris street, Cessnock, last Saturday night, through the results of a strain re- ceived while following his occupation as a miner some months ago. The deceased was hightly respected and was 45 years of age. The funeral of deceased took place on Monday afternoon. The cortege was preceded by the Town Band which rendered the strains of the ''Dead March.' The remains were interred in the Church of England portion of the Cessnock Cemetery. *

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