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Cessnock's Belgium Effort [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 21 May 1915

Cessnock's Belgium Effort , The largeamoutof over £400risenin so short a time on Belgian Day in another characteristic exhibition of how Cessnock can rise to an occa sion. On more than one occasion before we have had the pleasure of remarking upon this liberal spirit, but never before has the demonstration been attended -with such, almost wanton, liberality^ It will be remem tjmbered that when commenting up an snis .cnancaMe* spirit before1 we had occasion to point out that besides ever »leviating demands for the. poor (in every- community, howe'er rich), the constant demand on the public for churches, charitable institutions, etc.-, miners* lodges,, etc., also ab sorbed a percentage. Since thpn, however, the cost of living has per ceptibly risen, and immediate expen ses have also become greater tnrough the shortage of commodities, and other influences. , Patriotic funds that also need augmentation have been a source of drain on the public pocket— with no perceptible difference to d...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stock Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 21 May 1915

Stock Sales. V In anoaaer column Messrs. Snape Bros, advertise their usual fortnightly itock and pig sales, t$ be held next Wednesday; ^armfirs,should study: their own ?interests By sending their stock and pigs to tbefee Bales. The prices realised are always top; be sides it is never advisable to pass your own~matket. ' . ;

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wedding Bells. JOHNSON-NIXON. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 21 May 1915

Wedding Bells. J0HNB01&NIXON. On Saturday, Aprils, at St. John's Ohnrch of England, Cessnock, Chaa. -Mofiean, eldest son of , Mr. add Mrs. J. A. Johnson '(Merewether) was joined in' matrimony to Muriel Brock, eldest daughter of 'Mr. and Mrs. B. Nixon {South Cessnpok.). The Rev. W. A. M. tteay-Campbell officiated. The bride, who was given away by ner.«rotner-u-law, Mr. Albert James, -was attired -in white silk, with trim-, mings to matoh, and iuA the custom ary wreath of orange blossoms and veil, and wore a gold necklet (gift of the bridegroom), and carried a bou quet. MisB Lilias VaUance, of Aber dare, acted as bridesmaid, and was attired in embroidered voile, and wore a gbld&roooh (gilt of the bridegroom) and carried a, bouquet. Mr. John Miller supported the bridegroom. As the bridal party left the church MiBS A. Middlemas played the 'Wed- ding March.' - The reception and wedding breakfast were held at the residence of the bride's patents, only the immediate relativ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Impressions on the Pages of the Past [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 21 May 1915

Impressions o'n the Pages of the Past A representative gathering of citi zens occurred at Eugowra (Forbes), on Sunday, April [25, to suitably celebrate an interesting event in con nection with that district, and also with an event of interest in the his tory' of Australia, it being the centen ary of Surveyor Evans on the Lach lsn River, at the junction of Mandag ery liver. Evans, on his arrival at this spot, which he made a terminus oi inac trip into cne tnen untnown, marked a tree by placing his name aHji4a|pBi «myal~ls| June, 1815^ Th^mi^^w £he~i£arting point by 'Surveyor Oxley when he, set out to follow the river, nearly two years later, and he subsequently passed where the town of Forbes now stands and went down the river, leaving various markes at Grudgery,' Oadow, etc. The tree marked by Evans (which, unfortunately, was subse quently ringbarked) wa's found prim arily by Mr. Archie McMillan (now resident at Cessnock) in the year 1878, when Mr, McMillan was about 14 years of age...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
War Food Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 21 May 1915

-War Food fund. We ai« in receipt 0! the Sydney Chamber of Commerce's booklet containing the committee's progress report, balance sheet, list of food stuffs shipped, list of distributions, and letters of appreciation! The work gives details of all expenditure, and dispensations.

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 — 21 May 1915

r ... MayPa«iWinterinpn&ple»stnty| at lowestj-^)^oJgpoljSftga jffi Hakey Fishbe's. . ' ??? 2.— Priees to b- 4otl»te?^ *° number of entrants— ^40 «ntnes, prizes value 10s; 10 entries, prii^i value 20s j 100 entries prises value l.^Every pipe judged on. its merits, it bearing « nnmber and not j&wjn- er's name. The beat colored Pipe wins best prize. Judges : Messrs. ,t Sid;rMpakf;,.*nd ^tbpc, Siggew/ ^?.p^WOnl^ul,.,-..: ?^?JQu-'.&rJ': ) Vi' .'-?,'-v .ih- ?,??-.: .*.;.'' 'i'-'i ^'; ?-'?:.?.'?? S'-: ?-'? ' v ? ? ;-/'? ?/-????.;??,. . ;'.'' ^!,fc. ti',;.,. .',. :???;??..- ? »--.. .;? ?''?^'???- ?-? ^ ? ^.??-?' ??-*?, - See Harry Fiihefs ^ *oldi!jwMpiw7l'. -6pp. the 'f Amptt;' fdr'^iptf'BiBplay* and Borne Bargains in Clearing oat Linos.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Warning Note. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 21 May 1915

A Warning Note. The war is responsible for a lot of troubles in Australia. The principal trouble, perhaps,' is the 'unemploy- ment question. This is far more serious than -the ?advance in prices on ^ood and commodities, yet tne latter accent uate§..t.he'fonher, for jin employment is JiaVaer -to. bearwhep living is dearer. The Gpyerninent is to' be approached -to proyide^Uef work in-the Newcastle or adjoining' districts where the dieti»Bs;i6 aopuiie.^ Cessnook district, while of coursV participating in the expensive living and loas of trade for certain of -jtosf industries, is happily situated. The mines oontinue tqjnopk well and the loss of trade in this direction lias been very: small. Ufider the circum stances, Cesanookl$ prpsition is to be envied -? ?Tbe.-que?tion-that' no\p arises is; Will it! fast?. Mr. Badde ley, president of the Miners' Federa IJo^T^njtiy soundedja note of warri-r jog whan he Mentioned the growing ti-ouble i in securing powder for uiie in the mines. How much ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. Kearsley on the Proposed Cockle Creek-Cessnock Line. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 21 May 1915

Mr. Kearsley on the Proposed Cockle Creek-Cessnock Line. At the aggregate meeting of miners held on the Broadmeadow show ground, Newcastle, to discuss the question of .unemployment in the district, the matter of the construc tion of the railway frojtn^ssnock-tp CbokVGreek was Hs^tuM forward., In speaking -; ??ph:'. Jne'^matter-^Mr. ^ear«leyvM.lj. A., tola i ;-- TtfejOrbsra- had granted mineral leases 'to the Caledonian.f Qornpany, iah£ it bought to.fcaye the right of an outlet. iot its coal . It should not have to' send it to markeli owr the privately owned line of ^.a company with which it was in coal competition. The Maitland1. Railway League peti tioned the leagues- , all., over ; the. State against the Une, .^Ut1th4 jw^i pu^ of a fear that it -would divert trade from Maitland; He thought the- Government; would do well to build the line # it could borrow the money from the company ; or if the company would not lend the money it could ;be' allowed ; to construct the line, . and al...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Letter from Egypt. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 21 May 1915

Letter from Egypt Mr. Archie McMillan, of Cessnock, is in receipt of a letter from his son, Private Boy McMillan. The letter is from Egypt, and is dated April 2— probably despatched a few days be leaving for the- Dardanelles. The toops had just been inspected by General Sir Ian Hamilton, and our boys had come to the conclusion mac mere would soon; be something doing. The weather had got warmer and the flies were very bad ; they swarmed around the natives, and could be obseiTed in heaps in their eyes. The soldiers had received strict instructions to keep away from the natives and their ; villages. In one village near the camp there has been an outbreak of disease, and 20 of the natives died in two days. The doctors inspect the natives twice a day. The natives think a lot of the good will of the Australians and sue for references Jfrom them. If they knew what was written .on them at times they would understand the amazement of the tourist upon read ing them. . '

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUNDAY IN THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 21 May 1915

stodXy in the country. v. .(Contributed). One of the detractions, to one who :- has hitherto been used to a city en- ? , vironment, is the lack of diversion al- - -| \\^ys to be met -with on Sunday in * the country. A glance at the meue to see what has been consumed during the week reveals a fair proportion of those things calculated to ' wile the noaij.^ tiuui.. J.UO9D uunovoi) duu with Saturday night,. and apart from those forms of edification, worship, or diversion provided by the Church Universal, should one not he disposed to fall in therewith, Sunday in the ^ 'l Country proves of a nature to be ihunned — rather than courted. From the foregoing remarks will be~ deduced, therefore, the reason of mv visit, a recent Suqday, to Beljbird Methodist Sunday School. The edi fice in which ihe Sunday School is held— the Methodist Church — stands as an unfinished mark of zeal, having been built, about a year ago, iu the short period of a day. The school was in charge of two officials — sup...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wollombi's Police Officer. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 21 May 1915

Wollombi's Police Officer. ^ Senior-Constable Gray, who has been stationed at Wollombi for a number of years, has been trans ferred to Bellingeu. The news of his departure from Wollombi has been received with regret, for in his official capacity in charge of the Wollombi district, as w«Il as a townsman, he made a host of friends. To become popular as a police officer .and yet be conscien tious and upright in his duty is to have a strong fearless^ character, and such a man was Senior-Constable Gray. He leaves for Bellingen on Monday next.

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 — 21 May 1915

(Ute George Fring).! ' . FUndcrtakcr 81 Cabinet :.;.-. .; ..'; .Maker. .;;'?..?'??;.'.? ? derail -^duct«fl In1 anf/pMt Lof the ..f ? : .^District— ;? r*,-:: ??.!-- t itWMidUp.to.Date Plant and fj«Mf? ings. Prompt Atteution, Reaionnble Cbareesand Considerate Treattnent^o ,aU. -.i-.i ??-, Orders may be jjiven on my behitll li ? y VIH0EHT-8TBEET- 0EMH00K. ,;.;.:?' ? , -. , ? ?__]__ ? ; . « ? . -. - ? . ? ' ' ? * VlSfiB«3^BBfiBT, CESSNOCK WEDDING?* BJDBTHDAT 0&Xm Balls, Socials and Parties Catered Tea and CoFiraE. mTCENTrSISEETT CESSNOGK H. L WINKLEMAN, Proprietor. Only the very best, brands of Wine»t SpiriU and Ales kept in stock. First-class Accommodation for Travellers. 'Bus 'meets all Trains. . Litchfipid & Co., * Builders, HOUSES FOR SALE and Buil oil Terms. . ' Jas. Stevens, Tonsoriklist AND ' Tob-BL€)CQpiSt '? , ? Being an expertt with the blade and Shears gentlemen can rciyi»n peneci sausiaciion. - Op, ABGAPIA ,- VIXCEKT-STEEET, CBSSNpKaC tf \[ I E^ Wilkinson, ^ ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Just a Note from the Bush. READ CAREFULLY. Dairy Flat Farm, Guyra. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 21 May 1915

[?] [?] memo, of the^tb^l^oy^ i^ues^ujg; your ^pttles ?o|iJP^|^&s)i twls^ I had^keli'ih|m:ifive ^^^'.ia^,::_as^: ing.- Su^J^bgthm I can (M^ir and- jwprk; 4n'-^ite?'^oT^|^o1ald! like ^iriufjFerMS: ^)m'|B^i|m^SBflo,v, UKe- jnyseit Jip 4«npw jne mmm--m\ your Herbos fPius^^vhiehlMn^in^ iny.houseasAbleBsing..^u^,CMi '1OJ0^2^^^iM^i^-:7C^ii^^'.V3i^ shall riever^ wiffiput them Myself..; :

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 — 21 May 1915

Beat This I* ^m . Boys* AH-Wool * ?fijF' - Sweater Suits W 3s. lid. Sid Monks and Co. cessnock . The Bargain House. B. S. Kempe and Go., Ltd. Have just Eeceived a Full Stock of Celebrated Joy Corsets. These are the Corsets that are the Very Latest in:Shape, , ,\. . , and for Durability and'Comfort Cannot . ? - -..c. .?'..., ?:. be Surpassed. Prices range from 3s lid to 11s 6d. You get the best value for your - money in these. Bought at Great Reduction — a manufacturer's ^toc'x'61 UNDERCLOTHING. And our customers to^eTtffiE BENEFIT every line marked 5s. In the £ less thap usual ,.. ~^~? - Price* See our Window Display, 50 dozen to pick from, comprising Ladies1 Camisoles, Knickers, Combinations, Chemises, and Night dresses, etc. ? - Largest size Sateen Wadded Quilts, -worth 25s, only. 18s lid. Blankets and Eugs; the best value in the North. Have you seen our fine Range of . ' DRESS MATERIALS in every Shade and Style Suitable for Winter. These are the ? ???-? ? -?-? ?- 'Goods. ? .??? -...

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 — 21 May 1915

\. Loans negotiated *t £«-^^ £10 wUl«eoureyouahiom6*H». = ^ i 4 V* : /vV*^i-- '''.-? : ?'?-?? ??? . :? ? ? . ...'; -vV^V-fjffi-i|»ia^^^|ftdi£aft&^-~ ';.-'??. -? ??.-.? -':'-:-.- . ;?' ..r.:- ? ^vCw^Sp^^^'^SipJSS''-^ '-.„' SECURITY AND SATlWACTOailT INTCBEST ?Ott tdtJB SAVINGS. SEFOSXTC i^eeeived from 1/- upwarts/ nrraklSBT'it »H per ent on th« first £200 v-d S per cent on-*xceM *p «0P. ' - ' BBVOKT8 OttiWOBOB ST OTB GOYSBHalEVT. MONEY TO LEND Tjtt FAKMEB5 AND SETTLERS In amounts up to £600, repayable 'by instalments extending over SI years: Interest 6 percent. - ? ? ??-. . '. Branch** .and Afftnclta throughout the State. Port OSom are not now ' alv I . Agencies for this Bank; ? 1^b/ Oa/o ? ?? ? ? ? , ' ' ?? . ? ?'- 37-» 1?£un?!£aoo?* By order of the Commlwlonera. '^rfSS* g™BTCW°' I *. H. DATZBB, Secretary. I w won. CESSNOCK HOTEL. Under Entirely New Management, «. The proprietor or the Cessnock Hold desires to intimate that natrons rony rely upon every attention. TheCnisine,...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Activity at Vineyards. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 21 May 1915

Activity at Vineyards. Vignerorij in the Pokolbin district are preparing to again r increase the area, of yipes .under cultivation, At^ some of the vineyards stakes ^re being ftocuruulated ,for ., the J'Oiiag vines. Particularly is this so at the property of Messrs., -Lindeman's, Ltd.^nd loads; of the^e stakes liayB. been drawn through Cessftook during the A\-oek. The wine industry in our' district is forging ' ahead by leaps and;bounds,iasi»ftdprs of the articles whic!,;-Tp.r-ntly- appeared in the ooluH}'.)-. \-,f. v'.Ve - 'IS&gfe' have ah-eady hotec1, -'itJd taking -eaooiwagement' from .tlit: p^st euocessfui season ,~ as veil iw Uic oiilarged prospects of ob taining a holdon the JEngliBh market as_ a /result /of the war,' the jwiue. growers are pushing ahead ^heir^re- reason why Australian wines should become popular abroad, and the fact;; that theSwnes produced in our dis trict are second to none make the position good from a local stand point. Not only. are the . prospec...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PUBLIC WORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 21 May 1915

PUBLIC WQRKERS. At this critical juncture of (.lie his tory of the world — when crisis is imminent, il is a matter of astonish ment how the law of Demand and Supply seems at fullest play, and so the whole British Dominions throb with a great .patriotic impulse to lay itself on the altar of sacrifice, for the mother couuty,. with no other axe to grind than a sincere desire to worship the God of Duty. However, while not deprecating this commendable element of national seutimont, we would poiiit out that under ordinary circumstance in Cessnock— and, in deed, in everv growing town — there is more than ample scope for citizens actuated with ideals that resolve themselves into action for the benefit of the town. To this class of indi vidual we would, as the local public journal, on behalf of, the public of Cessnock, tender a word of warmest appreciation. On the Other hand, we are well aware there is much spurious ; public actjojt~i§sel¥eil-ftQffi^-e',.tson?tl; llgrandjsemenfc, or again wi...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Glebe Pit Disaster. AN INCIDENT OF THE '80's RECALLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 21 May 1915

[?] AN- INCIDENT OF THE Wi RECALLED. . The following vanes recall tlie Wnble deatii of miners in the Glebe Pit diiaajter ally with the rescue work of comrades and recovery of the bodies) of the victims) »i ?,the pit faUV The iinw ate toy VE.H.' and we print diejn' 'as tliey are of intense looftl interest : — Shook the earth with thund'roos boom j Bushed the people from their dwellings, Fearing ,j-ifcmenV sudden doom. To the ehaft-toplran a hundred, Boon a thoneand, at tbe call ; Asking why the earth had thunder*d, Fearing a tremendous ' fall.' Anxious mothers, who had sons there. Wives of miners down below, Sisters, brothers, little Children, Crowded round the ' cage,', to know. 'What has happened P'— 'Who is down there P' „,, « Did they pin to save their «vesr , , ? Has the roof closed in tbe-tamersf' Asked the mothers— spoke the wives. But the tidings came np (Jowly, . Prom that ivttivan^toxib: ? , :? i Waiting, weeping, hoping, grienng, Stood Oie crowd, to learn the doom. ?. . ??...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Severe Illness. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 21 May 1915

Severe Illness, in It is with rogret that we have to chroniole the severe illness of Mr. John Brown. It will be remembered a short time ago that . Mr. Brown ruptured a blood vessel. From this, however, he rallied, but since then distressing symptoms have arisen, with the result the sufferer is con fined to his bed, and is now in a crit ical condition. '. -

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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