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Euchre Party and SociaL [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 23 April 1915

Euchre Party and Social. The social and euohre party, under the auspices of the Girl's Patriotic Committee eventuated in the Cess nock! Hall last Monday evening. The hall was suitably decorated with flags and greenery for the occasion, and the festivities were in every. ?way a success. The .attendance was large and the evening's enjoyment was carried put with judgment which, resulted in complete satisfaction to all concerned. Mr. Joynton-Polfe made an efficient r M^D^ ywbile i jthe ladies o! the committee, headed 'by Miss Audrey Bradsh&w (president) and Mies M.- Wilson (seoretary) were -untiring in their efforts io please^ and were as successful as they , were energetic: A splendid supr^r con tributed largely to the enjoyment. Mr. P. J. Byan was sucoe'ssful in carrying off the euchre tournament for .gents,' while ^b? j&nfiemanf secured the lady's prise. The. booby prizes were won by Mr. Turnbull and Miss Murphy. ,^ ??».

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CESSNOCK"S GROWTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 23 April 1915

CES8N0CK5 GROWTH. The growth of Cessnock is as great to-day as what it has been at .anyjbitne during its rapid «arreer of growth.' Houses are being erected in almost every street, but the build ings are 40 numerous tftat they .the, buildings being : erected Kaii8 - not noticed as they once were. ^inJJesji-, book^and ite immediate i surroundings there are now between 1400 and 1500 houses. TheBfl^lSguiJeBigiTO an idea of how Cessnock basSgrown in tan years, when the tbwn .was a village.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"Robbo," on Egypt [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 23 April 1915

'Robbo,' on Egypt Mr. ' Robbo' Bobertson, of Cess nock, who was invalided home from Egypt through Hn accident, regards Egypt,— ^r what he saw of it — as tbe poorest country in the world. At Cairo the flight really begins at 9 o'clock, and the hotels close at 2 o'clock a.m. Between these hours children line the streets in the hope of picking up something to eat, and ' it is no unusual thing to see a young mother with seven or eight children around her with every indication of being in the depths of poverty. In addition to the poorest country, ' Eobbo' also puts it down as being the dirtiest country, and his descrip tion of the size of lice and the trouble they cause our soldiers is, — well, typical of ' Eobbo.' The soldiers grasp every opportunity to -visit Cairo, and the inducements offer the soldiers to prolong their stay results in a considerable portion of, their time being ultimately spent in the guard tent. ' Eobbo,' who also saw servioe iv South Africa, leaves Aus tralia again...

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

1)1 llie Supreme Conn V ; «i New South Wales. } Probate Jurisdiction, j : . In die WILL of JOSEPH WILLIAMS, late of Woltotabi, in the State oT,'Ke-v Sputh Wales, Farmer, deceased. APPLICATION will be made after fourteen days from the publication hereof that Probate of the last Will of the above-named deceased may be granted to^Richard Stanley Williams and James Bruce Williams the Executors named in the said Will Mid all creditors are required to ^end in particulars of thsir claims within such period of fourteen days ? to ihe' undermentioned address where all notices may be served. A. E. WESTCOTT, Proctor for Executors, Vincent Street, Cessnock. mm bros., d.b:o.a., juc, (By exam., London). Consulting Opticians, Paul's Chambers, Bo'toa Street, Newcastle, Will professionally visit Cessnock every Pay 8ATVBDA.V, oommenoing Batdbdat, April 17, at the, North umberland Hotel. Sight-testing in your own home by expert. Write for appointment. Sid Monks and Co. CESSNOCK / Still Leading the way ...

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

A uctioneer, Valuator A General Commission Agent. Loans negotiated at Lowest possible rate. Don't miss this opportunity. £10 will secure you a, home Bite. Next Ooor to Union Bank. mJ4um of new sooTrt #ie& : Sf^T Jommlssionere:— R. A. WARDEN (President), W, H. O'M. WOQD, H. D. HALL, Cessnock Branch : J.A. NEWTON, Manager. . SBCVBITV AND SATISFACTORY INTEREST are the leading- features of this Institution. Deposits received from 1/ UPW Interest paid at *% percent on flrat «0£^na,?JWJL£S2t; «n wcWto fBOO. The Bank bas 180 BBABOKB8, and over 500 AOmfOXES. No agencies at Post-offices. ?-..,?' ' ?'.. . .? DEPOSITS GUARANTEED B» THE GOVERNMENT. 31% I —'-.?? '\:.':.3% I INTEREST ON B? order of the Commissioner*, ON EXCESS I FIRST MOO. 1 j. H. DAVIBS, Secretary. 1 *° tB-'-- ? CESSNOCK HOTEL. Under Entirely New Management. The proprietor of the Cessnock Hole! desires Jo inlimale that patrons may rely upon every attention. The Cuisine, attendance and appointments are of the best, likewi...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Aberdare Mission. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 23 April 1915

Aberdare Mission. -. The above, conducted by Missioner Furnass at Aberdare, is having a very successful course. The meetings are being well attended, and each even ing session's close results in converts to the Gospel of the Lowly Nazarene. .Mr. Furnass is a fluent speaker, and bis manipulation and adaptability of the' texts treated, entail no question of doubt, and designate the speaker as a man of sincerity and power. A slight mishap occurred on Tuesday evening before service with the acety lene gas generator which might have had most serious consequences. It appears that Mr. Furnass. had filled the storage trays with carbide pre paratory to making a full supply of gas for the evening's service, when the gas became ignited and a prema ture explosion;, took placo. The gas plant was rendered useless, but hurricane temps, etc., being forth coming the difficulty was bridged. With clover ingenuity the speaker took advantage of the mishap in the exhortation of the service, the result of...

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

TpiCJpnntry and Local £atrons;y . ????: .Practical f ?{?tuse wm ipiR, :') always has -.on liand ' ,' ' a ' Jioice CutlectKHi of Designs to choose from ? Prices MoSeraie. -V - -; ^jjjiw '?:.? WpUp^biitoad^Jor ,'- . ;'.-

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

Bellbird Methodist Picnic. ^ ^ ^ ?— — ? ™ The excellent weather acorded the first annual picnic of Bellbird Meth odist Sunday School on Saturday last did much to augment its entire suc cess. The function was organised by Mr. A. Thompson (superintendent), who found an able auxiliary in Mr. H. W. Howlett, who were alsa ably assisted by Mesdames Richards, Spriggs, Howlett, and Woodhouse, and others. Another factor that con tributed to the day's success was the unstinting manner in which volun tary contributions of money, for prizes and provisions were forthcom ing, which also stands as excellent testimony of tbe movement's popu iarity During the day races and other games were indulged in, the suitably of Cruickshank's paddook '(where the picnic was held) being universally recognised. Visitors from the district were in evidence. The effort was of no small magnitude, and stands to Mr. Thompson's credit as an organiser.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A New Firm. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 23 April 1915

A New Finn. * i » Mr. G. H. Heap, upholsterer and, furnisher has opened temporary pre mises opposite Sams' blacksmith shop in Main Street. Mr. Heap comes with excellent recommenda tions, and judging from the number of orders booked and satisfaction given the firm, while sustaining its reputation, is also proving a decided acquisition to the needs of the dis trict. .Country residents are invited to call, and satisfaction is guaranteed.

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

Cessnock Junior Football ''??'?? ? MAsMcltitlMI. .- ? ;'-'?? ? ? ? : ?'. r' ..? '?? , ??'' ? ?' ? r LEAGUE *$TULES. '. . Entries arc invited, xlo'sing Saturday,' May 1st, from Teams desitxAisofxompeting in life competition under tbe auspices of the.above Association. . .'. . ?_, ,. . . ' Entries will lie recdved'for B and C grade teams. AH information may be obtained from the undersigned. . ;. . T. JCEMPE, Secretary, i Stock & Pig Sales. Snape Bros, have Treoeived instruc tions from otroere bo sell by auction at their Yards, on Wednesday, April 28, at 2 o'clock, ? 10 Head Fat Cattle 40 Fat Pigs J.SIMPSON, OPTICIAN, May be consulted by country patrons at Fullioks' Booms, Vincent Street, every Tuesday, vfrom 10 a.rh.' tf 4 Piin.j or by appointments ?*- ^ ' - . Save Money on Furniture by buiyng at WEEBE'S New and Second-Hand Store. Op. Litchfield's Buildihgs. ? AH Household Requirements at Money Saving Prices. Furniture Repaired ..and Renovated. Estimates Given. Call at Weebe's...

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

CESSNOCK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. - - ? The usual fortnightly meeting of the above \v&,s held in the School of Arts last Wednesday evening. About a dozen members were present, pre sided over by Mr. W. C. Allen (vice president). Correspondence was read, from the Shire Clerk, stating that corres pondence re light and road to Aber dare Cemetery would receive atten tion. From Mr. McGeachie, superinten dent of the Caledonian Company, re garding the granting of a park on the property known as Brown's Paddock, and fixing date for deputation.— The secretary explained that the deputa tion had met Mr. McGeachie, and that gentleman explained, that ar rangements for the purchase of the land had not been concluded, so the application was somewhat prema ture. From Sydney Chamber of Com merce Association, enclosing a verb atim report of the doings of the con ference ; also inviting appointment of delegates to next conference. — Letter to stand oyer. From the Department of Public Instruction, s...

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

Pokolbin Sports Art Union. Tlie pports movement inaugurated to renovate Pokolbiu School of Arts, aud set to eventuate on Empire Day (24th of May) is gaining no end of popularity, judging by the sale of ticKecs. wnetner tnis appreoiame result is a reflex of the committee's zeal or enthusiasm, or 'whether peo ple are looking forward to a trip to our ' Queen Suburb,' or the art union in connection therewith is also a factor, ticketB are going like pro verbial hot cakes. The object of the movement is a most worthy one.

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

.^ Preliminary Notice. Pokolbin School of Arts Sports' Art Union Conducted under the supervision of Pokolbin School of Arts Committee. Empire Dtfy-24th May, JfejI^AN RECREATION GROUND. -lf%es, £65 ltjs. Including Sulky Valued £25, exhibited 'Maitland Show. Prizes on view at Lane & Quinn'e, Ltd window. Tickets, Is each, obtainable at all Cessnook business places inctud . Lane & Quinn's and Poulton's. S. Thotnpson, Secretary and Promoter ST. JOHN'S OHURCH OF ENGLAND W0MEriS_GUILO. A Grand Continental will be held in the Commercial Bank Grounds, Oessnock, on ? *.'''.. THURSDAY, APRIL 29tb, 1915. xFirst-class Programme. . Refreshments, Sweets -and Fancy Stalls on the ground. ADMISSION is, Children Half Price.. I. N. GRIFFITHS, Hon. Sec A GRAND PLAIN AND fancy Dress Ball under the auspices of CESSNOCK DISTRICT HOSPITAL, will he held in ATTWATER'S HALL ON Wednesdays May 5. Grand March at 8 p.m. sharp. Tickets : Double 7s 6d ; Lady's single 3s; Gent's single 5s. ' r^n^}^^- ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COSTLY OVERSIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 23 April 1915

COSTLY WPSIGHT. What trouble may be caused by - meme oversight, mtj,y be.jnstanced by the. oase of the neglect of tbe pro prietor of the Caledonian Hotel, Aberdare,. to renew .the* annual' license required -|pr his pom, As,it result of his failure to meet the pro-' visions of the Xm 'qt $p kiid, tl^e 1ic*jwb Japseaana. thpljpy has fcepn since closed. The mistake is a costly one to the,BFOBrie|'pr, and it may be that tlii wSpjf i|rBj|an^vpf secfetring a First-class Qouatftble Chinner hat been engaged ©oljepting the names ioi the State roll during ^heBftst we'ek. . :JCh~ose vho' have} ii^^Sbeen pUoation vto: him . while-beiiBB, the;

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

NEWCASTLE Cbr». ; TUV 'following entries have Men reoelyeoitor; the' N&w^tle Cup, to Lady Boniform Kirribilli SiriVHlie - ; ' AtiiSifer ^ -^ ' Portrush ?'. ' Value (imp.) --- * [MyBest ;??.?'-.?,,.- ; ?;Eufieoy^ '^ ' ?? Pnnce Po^itanb «-'V'r -IpuiS?: ^ Golden Hareest,. ? ; . ^^obadihe. ?« :? Willow Green- : ; Jaciila ? j r'!. Lord Linnti : - ;. ? ^ Malouree ; J ;' I: . Trinobantes .Chjd, . ;? ..?, Dnke'AlWyhe ? .' , Tondofo. '_'_'..' .?' Frisco Lass .''?''?:'??? Sijncm'Fnsob i: SirAlwynton KifigsbUrgh Modify ~ \- Foil .-: : - -. .. Blueberry ' ' f ' rT6ast' ? ' ' -i .'Ofi- . ???? .... \r ....lirdiwaf---- ?; ?' ..?',. Macacus .?: . ? JEJystaijv.. ..?.:; -? Sylvius ..'- -?:,- Jaunty /k' LaFuisanc - ': -- . tady BlackSand Silver Steel -, - f ,.. - -(linp.) Sir.Banner^lt' ? SirKeginald' Poserino , -\ WarLily: Blrie Tilly ? ' :..:iJ, 'Lady^opas' Delorium - - ??* ?'?? 'flSfirtanifs Lor3 Hepton . .. -OrainVjii; '' V' ?' La Steppe : iSUioer' : \ . :': ?' RiL,G. ; -ipngTaostyn . Lord...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ST. JOHN'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 23 April 1915

ST, JOHN'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND. ' The Sunday School picnic at Mait -land -on Satul-day last of the St. John's Church of England proved entirely happy and successful. Two '^ speotal carriages were engaged which \m deported the children to Albion Park, 3 where the rest of the day was spent 1 in fiames, etc. Tbe journey home- I ward at 6 p.m., marked a conclusion | of a brief epoch that will be reraein- 1 bered for a protracted time by the j juveniles. Distribution of prizes, 1 which is an annual event of almost j equal importance as the picnic took : place next day at the church. This 4 ?, happy office fell to the rector, Rev. Beay-Campbell, who filled the posi tion' &b only one can who is vitally in sympathy with the little ones. The following were tbe awards: — BOYS. First class, Colin Biggers 1. Second „ . Charlie Biggers 1, Cecil ' Matthews 2. Third class, Charlie Hutchinson 1, Clyde Picton 2, Noel Howard 3, Tom * Fairhall i, Arthur Jones 4. Fourth class, George McGeachie 1,...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Millfield [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 23 April 1915

Mfflfield A meeting a. tennis enthusiasts was bold last Saturday evening, at which it was agreed to get into harneps immediately. Three pilgrims from Bellbird visited the dance at Millfield on Saturday, night. : Coming from such an important Centre it is only to be expected £nat toey; were tbe-heros of the evening, and weep i called the three men of the world. One of the lady boxers was finally compelled -to give one of them a trouncing. i : ThV mm ^ iboid^*^iBiriaidi .The farmer is doing; well in every capacity, and making hay while the sunshines.

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

FIRE STATION FOR BELLBIRO. Mr. Gorman, district officer, has been in Bellbird, in oonfewnoe with Mr. Young, secretary ©f £he progress association, regto^ing the application, to have a fire station established at Jsellbird. Mr. Gorman stated the Board was willing to sanction the#in ovation; 'and the matter would rest with tba-shire.oounoil. The'position. is that ibe^ council hare already sent put their notices, ' and the ' trouble 'was to determine how this year's *ates-7T-at idin^je £%n the Ti.cp. -rr.pouid-.be. collected, - The matter will probably be decided atMonday'e

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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CESSNOCK JOCKEY CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 23 April 1915

CESSNOOK JOCKEY CLUB. ^'?9 ' ?- -ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of members of the Oessnook Jockey Club was held at Winkleman's Hotel, on Tuesday evening last. The chairman (Mr. E. Wilkinson) presided over a moder-' ate attendance and after briefly welcoming members, the miuutes were read and adopted. , The report of the committee and the 'balance sheet were presented. The report read : — '-5entlemen,— In presenting this report, your com mittee desire to congratulate mem bers upon the success of the year's transactions. During the period un der review' the amount of prize money distributed has shown con siderable increase. The support accorded the dub encouraged the payment of rebates on full horse boxes, which was adopted. The in creaBB in tbe business transactions will be noted by the fact that the receipts and disbursements total this year nearly £1000 more . than last year. Of course the extra increase in prize money and the payment of rebates necessarily made the ex penditur...

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

CESSNOCK RACES. - - * A SUCCESSFUL MEETING. The Cessnock Jockey Club's April meeting was greeted by splendid weather last Saturday. The entries were large and under the oiroum stanoes large fields were large, as was also the attendance. The rac ing proved most enjoyable, and the meeting was in every way a success. The course was in perfeot order, and the arrangements generally were carried out in excellent style. The public had nothing to complain of in the way of the betting market for the odds were liberal, and the book' maker's fared badly— although, .the last race favoured them much better than the first. Following ore the particular of the racing : April Handicap, £25. One mile. Te Whare, aged, 9st 91b less 51b «UowedtBylatt) ... ... 1 JQliy .^tiddy, Syre, - 6st 7lb. (Broomfield); ; W. ?&.'? ... 2 Comblee,'4yrsi8st-Prain) ... 3 Others : (MeTidelah?78t^61b'i[Evani)', Byram 7st less 71b all. (James), Pagoda: 7st (HSrvey). ^iryan^st frb and«6lbitover (Hincks), GrandioseBst...

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