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By the Way TIPS, OR GRATUITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 7 May 1915

By the Way (By Allofa Twist.) TIPS, OB GBATUITIES. A bill to prevent 'tipping'' has been introduced into, the Wisconsin Legislature. The receiving of a tip' under tbe bill is to be a misdemean our, but tbe giving of one is consti tuted a-felony. How far tbe matter will be supported remains to be seen. Judging from tbe extreme measures taken to suppress this clandestine manner of bribery the practise ap pears to Joave -assumed significant proportions . . . or proportions not ' significant in. .the other direction. While there is a differenbe between a bribe and a gratuitous gift, it is an easy matter for the reoipient to convince himself it is a gratuity, but a much harder matter to convince ' the other fellow ' it isn't a bribe. ? * ? AUSTRALIANS— MAKERS OF HISTORY. . A great deal of comment has been. recently made upon the display' of bravery at the front by the Canadian and New Zealand. and Australian soldiers.- Especial comment has flur-: rounded the initiative of the Cantd ians ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Up-to-date Appurtenances. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 7 May 1915

UlHto-date Appurttnairets.' - - .« ? , Abermain No. 2 Gollieryiiasbewi off work for a fortnight effecting' re pairs to the pit bottom, and it will take another, week or fortnight to finish tke work'. The improvements to the colliery comprise up-to-date arrangements for the conveyance of coal. The empty skips wiU run un derneath the full skips in a 'trench.' This system, it is said, will make the mine the most convenient on the coalfields.. The old trouble of the shortage of SkipB will be obviated, and {although the stoppage to effect - these'improvetnents will temporarily mean .a loss to the men, the compen sations will be an increase in the earning capacity when the mine com mences again.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 7 May 1915

LOWRY BROS., D.B.O.A., F.I.C., (By Exam.) ; Late of London and Glasgow. Consulting Opticians, Telegraphic Address : ' Paul's Chambers, Boston Street, Newcastle/ : Will professionally visit Cessnock every Pay Fkidat, and may -be con sulted at the Northumberland Hotel. Let us scientifically treat your Children's ? ?? , i.....;-M. in this work. Repairs Nurse Thomson Certificated Nufce, Has resumed practise. Address : Allandale Ed., Cessnock. To Country and Local Patrons. W. H. Howlett Practical PICTURE FRAME MAKER, ...... .always has on hand, 'Af . ... a Choice Collection of Designs to choose from Prices Moderate. t Address : Wollombi Road, or A. TENKINS, Tea Merchant, Main Street A. CANNON, Wood and Coal Carter, ~ MAYFIELD ST., CESSNOClC* . Orders may be left with Bridge & Co., Parker's Branch Shop, Vincent St. Orders promptly attended to. Buy Everything at Anthony Horderns The Inotasiro plan of ? i buying everythhig «t - ANTHONY HORDEBNt1 Saves ' Money for '? Town * Country a...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Belgium Day. CESSNOCK'S PREPARATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 7 May 1915

Belgium Day. CESSNOCK'S PREPARATION. The 14th of May is Belgian Day, and in every town in Australia an effort will be made to do honor to a country conspicuous for it produc tion of bravery and its King, and at the same time to stimulate the effort to raise money to alleviate the plight of Belgium caused through bearing so much of the devastation of the present titanic war. The bravery of the Belgians is of world wide know ledge, and the havoc caused by the Germans to the beautiful and historic cities is only too well known. Cess nock is to partake in the celebra tions. The Patriotic Committee met last Monday and decided to hold a public meeting at the Northumber land Hotel on the |l4tb, at 1 o'clock p.m., and the business people will be asked to close their shops for three quarters of an hour. Speakers will, deliver patriotic addresses and in ac ordance with the wish expressed Belgium and King Albert will be toasted and honored. A programme of arrangements is being drawn up for the...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Maitland Soldiers's Death. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 7 May 1915

Maitland Soldier'i Death. News has been received from England of the death of Lieutenant J. R. Waday, E;A.M.C, aged 27, who was shot when near Ypres on Match 17. He has been mentioned in despatches, and awarded the Military Cross for gallantry in the field. Mr. Waddy was a ? son of Lieut.-Golonel J. M. E. Waddy, who is now on active service, i and a grandson of the late General Sir ?Richard Waddy, E.C.B., dnce in command of 'the troops in New South Wales. Mr. 8, S. jWaddy, manager of the Commercial Bank, is a cousin of the deceased hero. John Byan, a miner, was,' injured at South Greta Colliery by - fall of stone, on Tuesday night. Besides being badly bruised .internal injuries are feared. .' Under the auspices of the Ladies' Guild, St. John's Church of England, a grand social wid be held in the Cessnock Hall, on Monday evening, May 17 v . The public will be pleased to know the ladiettane making .am, other start with 'these enjoyable gatherings. : - v

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Committed for TriaL ALLEGED DAMAGING OF A PROPERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 7 May 1915

Committed for Trial ? ?! -^ ^ III ?- ALLEGED DAMAGING OF A PROPERTY. ? At the Cessnock Police Court, on Tuesday, before Mr C. H. Gale, P.M., Albert Madden was charged with maliciously damaging a cottage in course of erection at Cessnock, the property of William Joseph Lane, to the extent of £6, on May 1. Sergt. Jones deposed to arresting accused by virtue of a warrant, who, when arrested, said he had only knocked the ecafolding down. W. J. Laile, prosecutor, said that 'on Saturday, -^'inst'., at 'about 11 o'clock, defepaat, who had the con tract for the woodwork of his cott age, came to his office and asked for a sub. on the job ; -he told defendant he could not give him an advance as he had been drinking all the week and wanted a sub. for a few hours work at the end of the week. De fendant made a hit at him with a grate and threatened to pull the place down if he did not give him money. .About an .hour and a half later de fendant followed him to the Cessnock Hotel, aud after defend...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Patriotic Funds. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 7 May 1915

I ' ?? *% ?-.?:?..???£ *--'?* *** ^ « I The Oessnook «nd ^District Patrio tic Fund has been supplemented by HjL/l/, being Mr. J. A. Hannah's 9th contribution. - f The following contributions to the Belgian Belief Fund have been re Cfflved : — 'Bronco'- £1, , Arthur Biggera£l/l/*,«AleK«nder.MoMiHan. IplPoj^/}/^ ;,.;::. -;. ;?-;? ;; Silver never tarnishes if a? piece of camphor is kept, in the silver chest. '^sif'i '? - ? * If the salt cakes in the cellar during damp weather, put . a few grains of ' rice in with it. . Factory proprietors in Switzerland are trying- to introduce the Saturday half-holiday system. The men are ac cepting the- innovation without enthu siasm, but the women strongly reseat it. They say, the men spend too much money on Saturday afternoons, . and m^MJsJ^.M,JmS}y. incursions on Sunday. ;; - ,

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 7 May 1915

Football. By ' Bullfrog.' „ Secretaries of clubs are invited to send along accounts of the doings of their clubs. It will help lus to help you. The meeting of members of the South Maitland League waB held on Tuesday evening. It rained heavily au Dignu, yes me attendance was large and a heap of preliminary busi ness necessary in the establishment of the League was put through. The movement is being taken up enthusiastically. Neath, Westbn. and Kurri have fallen in with the combination from Cessnock and Aberdare, and there will be com petitions in two grades. - The. senior grade will produce five teams, and the juniors should account for a like number of teams. The time for closing of entrieB has been extended so as to give the lower districts a chance to organise further teams. A very successful season is looked forward to, and the first season of the South Maitland League will attract much attention, i! The organising of a senior and junior team at Neath is largely due to the energy...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Booth Tenders. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 7 May 1915

Booth Tenders. ) The Oessnook Jockey Club is in viting tenders from publicans for the right of conducting a publican's booth at the Cessnock racecourse on race days ; also for the right of conduct-, iijig refreshment booths. - 5 ? '

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CESSNOCK CENTRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 7 May 1915

CESSNOCK CENTRAL. A meeting was held in Cessnqok with a view of forming a team to en ter for comrjfeti^n^injfjhe-he^ly-i formed Association {League 'rules),- Mr. E. Nelson in the chatE it Tvas decided to form a club to be oalled Central Cessnock Football Club, the colors of which to be red and white hoops. It was also decided to affiliate with the' local league. - Mr. B. Nelson was |e|ected.t^ire8ident- ,R- Williams treasurer, anil W/'-lindus secretary. - 4Eh&:wwouf «ommitteeg were appointed, and judging by the enthusiasm shown in-the proceed ings, it sneaks well for^e future of sented the dub with a new ball. Thirty-two names were handed in as members. A praofcioe match has Been; Arranged for next Saturday vV 'Aberdare; which: will take -place in Brown's recreation ground, at 4 p.m;

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Weather Forecast. For the "Eagle." [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 7 May 1915

Weather Forecast For the ' Eagle.' More rain coming. The mon sponal disturbance indicated in last peek's ' Eagle ' now occupies a position in the Tjs)n.an:Bea, and is moving eastward. A new rainstorm which I will name ' Argonne' pro ?mises a return of unsettled weatner, ?with further, rains, '.especially pvipr - the southern half of the State early next week. Farming prospects for the winter are favourable. ' , ? F. H, KELLY. ; Sydney, May 5th, 1915.

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 — 7 May 1915

Lane & Quinn; Ltd/ ^i Winter Goods jy^| ^ 1 now I ^^ \ Showing ! |r ' V ,: *? - ' :?'??. Lajie &yQaiiyi- Ltd The Price Reducers* . Just Arrived Just Arrived =========== ALL OUR New Season's Novelties Dress Goods, Velveteens, Tweeds, Serges, and Amazons IN THE LATEST COLORINGS AND CHECKS. ^ Also Floral Ribbons— Tartan and Striped. « » » 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 Sate OF ASSIGNED STOCK. t ' £1000 Worth of Men and Boys' Clothing and Mercery. t^ APRIL Isiltll J ; Don't Mibs this Great Bargain Event. Goods being sold at Enormous reductions — Under Sydney Cost Price — and many lines given away. The Goods must be Sold. Come Early and share in this Great Bargain Event. -...

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 — 7 May 1915

J. D. O'Sullivan,-£*^ Auctioneer} Valuator & General Commission Agent* Loans negotiated at Lowest i»ssible rate. Don't mjte; this opportunity. £10 will secure you a home site. '' ' Next Door to Union Bank. ' pepobit, | ~H&i-;£S5i;ii' xoovs-it, «r-Mmr. . T-'- ??£«hvv|- Jommlssionere:— R. A. WARDEN tPresfoe&i); i W.;jf «6s£ WOOft. H. O. BAlOk Cessnock Branch :% J. A/ NEWTON, ^Manager. 8ECUB1TY AND SATISFACTOmV ' INTEREST are the leading features of thU Institution. Depoeltr rcoalved from 1/ UPWAfdej. - ? \ -? Interact paid at 8 ft per cent on flr«t ttOO, «ntf J per cent on «rc*M to £600. : The Bank baa UO WUMOUMB, and OTer MO AttnrotEB. No agencies at. Poat-ofllces. - — ? ? ? . ? DEPOSIT* «UABANTUn- »¥ THE COVEBNMENT. 3i% I _ r 3% j INTEREST ONI Bjr prder of the Commlamlonen, ? ON EXCESS I gTR6T«00. | . J% a daVibs. Secretary: - TO '«?? J CESSNOCK HOTEL. Under Entirely New Management. The proprietor of itae Cessnoclc Ho--' ,i~-!-*« io intimate tot patrons may r...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dairymen at Court. BREACHES OF THE PURE FOODS ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 7 May 1915

Dairymen at Coort. BREACHES OF THE PURE FOODS ACT. Before Mr. C. H. Gale, P.M., at Cessnock police court last Tuesday, F. Wirgan, Inspector'uuder the Pure Foods Act, proceeded against John Gftgney on a charge of selling food unfit for consumption. The evidence for prosecution was to the effect that the inspector examined a can of cream at the Cessnock Co-operative Dairy Co.'s factory, and found it in a de composed state. The cream smelt badly, aad m ins opinion was unfit for human consumption. Mr. J. E. O&eill, ^manager of the Cessnock Co-operative Dairy Company, stated that the oream was, heated and was graded second class ; the cream was heated probably in transit, as it was during the hot weather. The de fendant said that the cream left his place all right, ]and the travelling 28 Miles during the hot -weather had probably affected it. ' The P^L Sned defendant iO/-, 16/- coats) of court, or one month gaol. U , V. ????-? The inspector stated (for the be nefitof the^ublip), ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Superior Public School. ADVANTAGES' OFFERED SCHOLARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 7 May 1915

Superior PabUc ScttoL SCHOLARS. :: The higher course of inBtmction provided by these eohools does not seem fat be fully appreciated by par ents. The result ie th«yt the number of pupils found in the upper classes of some of the sohools ib not re-, garded as satisfactory by the Depart ment The sohools are of two kinds, Uommerciai vueesnooKana West M&itland)' and ' Junior Tech nical' (Eurri Kttrri). Pupils I who gain a qualifying certificate and 'who dp not propose io remain for the full opurse of four years at a high school should enter these schools for a two yeart* course. Boys who desire to entet business houses will get in the oonmjerolal schools lessons in busi nessj prinfeiples ' and practice, . and %iU be jnade faraliiiar with the forms of business— intact they will obtain * 'preliminary training for a com mercial eareer. In the Junior Teehnioal Superior School, lads intended for skilled trades^eoeive a preliminary training including a course in experimental dbienc*, m...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 7 May 1915

W, L. Moms/ mM™ ft ^ONT^ACtOR All Classes of Work Undertaken :-; Estunates^ GiVep/ I V BeA'iread DeUH^iULi A rial SoHdtsIr? ^ ? ? £%.???; :':. ? tF?*''' '?'? --* W. E. Bra^eet, Saddle AHaromJiker, l^tiiffi^STREn, $fecASTLE.. ^ BepaireotmU Deecrlptiona Neatly Executed. Write to OTySTRgT tefar? ipur ' — ' J OEHTJW-1 ' 'NOTICE* ? MR. H. E.ROBERTS, May be consulted Daily at hie Eooms TmctiifS&eel(O^JKka4»y Hotel) PAINLESS EXTBACTIONB. JbhnHili, CARTER, 1H1OENT-STREET, OESSNoibK Coal and Coke Carted. Correspondence Prompty attended to. Hilton W. Radnidge, J ~:*$IB PIONEER Grocer, MeVter, and General ' k:y Storekeeper, ?; ?- %'.-. ; .-.:. ? BteLLBIRD- . - All iwders delivered. CaiU go to all parts o - ? ? , district. Boptjs jiatad Shoes sold equal to anything in the . Citj». Special Line of Miners' Bluchers. Prices equal to Cessnock. Call and 'Inspect When. desiring anything don't forget % ? the. local man. t ? ' ? £ ? A. Jenkins, Tea Aferchwit, Fruiterer, Coidectiol^ auttd Statio...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cessnock Flooded DAMAGE TO THE EOOTPATHS AND DISTRICT CROPS. MR. KELLY PREDICTS MORE RAIN TO FOLLOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 7 May 1915

Cessnock Flooded « » » DAMAGE TO THE EOOTPATHS AND DISTRICT CROPS. MR. KELLY PREDICTS MORE RAIN TO FOLLOW. . Intermittent showers have fallen in Cessnock and district ' . since Tues day last. On Wednesday night, all day Thursday and Thursday night it was more continuous, and_ eased off occasionally, which easing off was followed by drenching downpours. Owing to the tremendous showers experienced in the mountains on Thursday night coupled with the local rain, all the creeks overflowed their banks and on Friday morning all the low-lying portions of the town and outskirts were submerged. As viewed from Bridge's Hill part of O'Brien's Estate, all Shedden's, Doyle's and the lower portions of Gallagers appeared as one sheet of water. ! Lavender Creek (of odorous fame), especially,, where it jojnwl with, the creek at the rear of Mr. John Doyle's premises, was a torrential stream 90 feet wide, and flowed within an inch or two of the bridge spanning' it in Main Street. An overflow of the cre...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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In Need of Attention. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 7 May 1915

In Need of Attention. * » » During the wet weather the water, as usual, rushed down the sloping ground through the Amphi theatre property and the noise of the rushing water under Mr. Bigger's auction mart was like that caused by a river in flood. Near the bil liard room opposite a portion of the roadway caved in owing to the action of the water rushing through I the culvert beneath the roadway. I From a small hole the ' fall in' in I creased to one of larger dimensions and was filled up later on by the maintenance men. This rush of water has been a source of worry and trouble to the property owners and residents of this locality since * the land was built on. — To-day two more large holes appeared in the roadway.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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