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Business-Like Sympathy. A LABOR OF LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 13 March 1914

Basiness-Uke Sympathy. A LABOR OF LOVE. Cessnock public have shown times out of number that when practical sympathy is required they are ' all there.' The Extended workmen have again given testimony to this. Recently they conceived the idea of building a house for Mrs Gorman, whose . husband was killed while engaged in the erection of a cooling tower at the Extended Col liery. They set to work, collected a sum of money, purchased a block of land on Gallagher's Estate at much below cost price from Mr A. E. Howard, secured a quantity of bricks, timber, etc., as donations, and secured the remainder of timber necessary to build a three-roomed house at cost price. In all about £100 was collected, and all that re mained was to erect the building. This .the colliery employees under took to do, and every afternoon for eome time a number of the employ ees have put in a couple hours on the labor of love. The bricklayers from the pit constructed the chimney ' and other brick work, and the -car...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bicycle Breaks and Causes Accident. CYCLIST INJURED [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 13 March 1914

Bicycle Breaks, and Causes Accident. CYCLIST INJURED, Mr. Wm. Griffiths, fruiterer, qt Cessnock, met witu a painful acci dent in Vincent street, on Tuesday morning. He was riding a bicycle and when in front of Lane & Quinn's shop the machine broke and he fell on to the stone above the termina tion of the pipe line. His head struck the stone and he received a cut above the left eye and another below it. Willing hands done all they could to make the victim of the ac cident comfortable and after the wounds were washed he was treated by Dr. ifacarthur. The injuries were of very painful fixture, still there was ?' consolation in the know- ; ledge that it might have been much worse, for the'°wounds were Jdanger ous'y close to the eye.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Fell from a Swinging Boat AT CESSNOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 13 March 1914

Fell from a Swinging Boat. t ? AT OESSNOCK. A lad, named Tomlinson, met with an accident on Monday night through falling out of a swinging boat. The hoy was picked up in ats unconscious state and conveyed to $$r. Gilson's chemist shop. Dr. W. Fisher : wa8.«oon in attendance and found the lad ' to be suffering from concussion of the brain and bruises. The boy was removed to bis home in an unconscious condition but is now well on the road to re covery. The victim, of the accident is bumb, which makes the incident all the more sad.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Rothbury Shooting Accident. DEATH OF JOUNG PELLOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 13 March 1914

Rolhbary Shooting Accident l DEATH OF YOUNG PELL0W. ,.' After lingering for five weeks in the Maitland Hospital, Artliur Fellow, the lad who was injured so badly in the shooting accident at Rothbury, aied on Sunday night. It ^illbe remembered the. accident was caused by the .'accidental discharge of a rMe,.,thediarge from which com pletely carried away part of one side of the lad's bead. Young Fellow was 13 years ot age, ana the tact ot him living so long under the circum stances, and being conscious most of the time, is a matter of wonder. Much sympathy is felt ior the parents and relatives of the deceased

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 13 March 1914

1 ? . ? ? Contractors' Time Sheets are always on stock at The EAGLE Office. Buy Everything at Anthony Horderns Tho tnc!ust*B plan of buying everything at AHTHONY H0BDEBM8' Saves Money for Town A Country a»K8. r: POUCT of TOF QuGtr «t BOTTOH rrkt Oul GOVERNS EVERYTHING ..Id !' »l tj» SEW FAUCE EMPORIUM pf.n ' HAVOC with A, PRICE oi BOOKS, ud III1S tk BOOKSELLERS Ur-i. AKTHONY HOKDERNS' BOOK DEPART. KENT ?Ifcrt FAR »J AWAY lU BEST »al« ii Oh Iu4. ud ALL ti.1 ii WORTH READING fa ItmcM vWn r«A «1 EVERY PURSE duvwfc tW uuer ?' Anthony Horderns' famous Low Prices || All tltXATEST FICTION. STANDARD WORKS TRAVEL. HISTORY. BIOGRAPHY. THEOLOGY. POETRY. Ike. CLASSICS uJ Ik ESSAYS .1 FAMOUS WRITERS at nuUMc. , We ulw * loHra *l HuJimkI* B*uJ PRIZE BOOKS. WRITE far Cnvktc PRICE UST ?( Bwkt. Nit Free ?? rtwit Anthony Hordern & Sons — ? Limited, ? Only Universal Providers, MeV PAUCE EMPORIUM, Brickfield Hill, SYDNEY. WILLIAM H. WARD, Pupil of Edward King, Newcastle. TEACHER OF Piano; Violi...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Cessnock Miners' Lodge. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 13 March 1914

Cennock Miner.' Lodfe. A special full meeting of the above was held at Winkleman's/ Hotel on March 11th. Mr. E. ; B. Laing pre« sided. . ..I..-., Correspondence was read from the District Secaetary notifying that the nomination for revision committee, must be in the office before 20 ipst. The five following were nominated : R. Lord (17 votes). M. Manion (14). E. Baimbridge-17), % Auliurn (14). and J. Baddeley-19). Mr/Baddeley was elected. Correspondence was also read from the Secretary of Abermain No. 2 Lodge asking for a donation for one of their members. It was decided to donate £1/1/-. The civil scrutineers presented their report 61 inspection at the colliery and stated that, with the exception of a few greivances which the manager intended to arrange satisfactorily, everything was .all right. They also reported that this cavil would put up $i pair of miners — the most that has yet been work ing at Aberdare Extended. The wheelers and machinemen Scrutineers gave their report which...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Road Clearing Machine. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 13 March 1914

Road Clearing Machine. : Last Saturday Cr. Johns (Presid ent of the Cessnock Shire Council), and Crs. Snape and Baddeley accom panied Mr Lindeman to the Bellbird Road to witness a demonstration by a road clearing machine. The mach ine is a ratchet arrangement and worked by blocks and pulleys, and constructed to clear trees and Btumps. The machine can be operated by one.: man. ' and an examnle of how it works was demonstrated— a tree 2ft in diameter being uprooted, in seven minutes. A mishap occurred while the machine was in operation though the wind catching a tree which bad been uprooted and tree failing on to a shop roof. Fortunately the dam age was slight, and it is explained that by the use of guide ropW a repetition of this accident can ' be avoided. The maohiae costs £22. . ; Bhould W council decide to buy 4e-$se',;;.-;Vi '/. ^\^:-'::':^i^0''ili&

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 13 March 1914

Personal. Nurse Gordon has removed to ' GlenGarrell,' Colliery Road, South Cessnock.*- ? y _.(*,?' ? -? Mrs. Ferguson, wife of Mr. J. B. Ferguson, has been, seriously indis aoseu iot a^cpupie, pi weeKs. . Her Mends join in wishing her speedy recovery. ? ? a Mrs, J. E. O'Neill, wife of the manager of the butter factory, has been so ill that an operation was deemed necessary. We are pleased to state that she is now on the mend. . : '. '.''?? Mrp. R. Peart and family leave Cessnock next week for a trip to Scotland— their native land. . Mr. Peart wiJl not aocompafly the -family.' ? -?3i'.l*; I Mr. 8. S. Waddy, flianager pf |he Commercial Bank, Cessnock, leaves town on Tuesday for a seven weeks' holiday in Columbo. Mr. Waddy leaves Sydney by the Medila (P.N. O. Co.) on Wednesday. It is just three years since. Mr. Waddy made a similar trip, and he is looking for ward to a Bitnilar time of enjpy $$$--?? ' ? '????''- ???' ???.?'????-?'? ?-'?? ???

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Cessnock Motor Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 13 March 1914

Cessnock Motor Club. The speed judging contest carried QjSk under the auspides of the .Cess nock Motor Club, was held on Sat urday last, the course being from Cessnock, via Allandale, Lochinvar, West Maitland, and home. The conditions of the contest were that ^each competitor drawing his hourly mileage from the hat, were .Com pelled to cover the journey at that rate as near as possible without us ing either watch or speedometer. ?pjjfRiig.were ten starters, the, results U-;iyj'as follows ;— Mr. J. J. Eyan (ij| ||.p motor, scorcher), mileage tV-i;yft'18.uiile8 per hour, lmin 48; t-ecs otit, 1 ; Mr. .Hancock (3|-v:li\p. King Dick), mileage v20 miles per hour, 4min out, 2 ; Mr. E. Duncan 4 h.p. Badbury), mileage 21 miles per'hour, 7min out, 3. The ; offici al duties were carried out by Messrs :D.. M'Neil; A,; ;M'Cullum,;-att^ J. ?Ha^kjnBy^P;' ;.-v':v*-, ^p^xCS

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Public Meeting at Aberdare MUNICIPALITY OR URBAN AREA? [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 13 March 1914

PublicM*5ctitig at Abcrdarc -?'?:? i--QUW '? ''''?,* '??? -,-??. MU^ICJIpLlTY OR URBAN :- '? A/U.AREA ? .. ? ? ? j .'??'.-. ilT' -~ -??'? -'' A public jneoting was held from the balcony of the Caledonian Hotel, Aberdare, on Wednesday evening. There was a Tery fair attendance. Mr. 3s ^Co?k occupied the chair and explained the meeting was con vened by advertisement for the pur pose of going into the matter of se curing some form of responsible government^ Acting tinder a sug gestion from the'Government an, area has been defined for an urban area. As far as, he, could see the large majority of-people in Aberdare favor ed an urban area, and what they wanted was an expression of opinion as to what the people wanted, so they could approach the shire coun cil to help them. . Mr. W. Scott moved, and Mr. Fairfull seconded, 'that we request the people to select some person to take around a petition -to decide whether they should have an urban area or otherwise, the petition to he presented to...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Prisoners Escape. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 13 March 1914

Prisoners Escape. ? - - - There was an escape and recapture of two prisoners at the Bellbrook Lockup, in the Armidale police dis . trict, on Monday. Two young men were arrested on a charge of horse stealing, and were lodged in the Bell brook Lockup. It is an old fashion ed wooden building, and waiting then? ODDortunitv the voune men at midnight, on Sunday managed to make their escape.. They succeeded in pushing out of position two planks which held the door fastening in position* It was then an easy mat ter to open the door, and quietly get .away; so that when the lockupkeeper went to see his prisioners in the morning he found, nothing but an empty /sell. The prisoners had no means of getting far away, and on Monday v^ere i overtaken in. the bush vgiojb Ux 6»ni. vfche towni They were Ili'it.;,.... .,:-

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 13 March 1914

Cricket. 1 at* Last Saturday a district cricket team, selected by Mr. Gray, of Belford, played a match at Bel ford against a Singleton team. The selected team comprised the following players : — Messrs. Homan, McGarvie, Clements, X-avk, of Cessnock), Hungerford Bros., (Pokol bin), C. Bignell (Rothbury), W. Lane. Carroll, Cantwell, Gray, (of Bellford). Bill McGarvie played a splendid innings for 96, while Tom Homan, his mate, hadn't got into his stride when the ball fell into a fielder's hands. Carroll with 46 to hi6 credit placed good cricket, in fact Singleton Wfli treated^ a day's sprinting after '-^b8%alI.'V:'']^lowing are the scores. ^'^^1-^ GRAY'S TEAM. T. Homan, -C Milliard, b Morris 7 W. Lane, b-: Morris ... ... 7 A. CaSoli, 6 Britz ... ...46 C. Hungerford, b Millard ...22 C. Bignell, is Marshall, b Millard Q W/McGirvie, b Britz ... ... 96 E. CLement8,cCantwell, b Millard 26 T, Cftntwell, b Morris ... ... 0 H. Davies, b [Morns , ? 2 L. Hungerford, c Thomas',' b Britz 22 J. Gr...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Cessnock Co-operative Dairy Co., Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 13 March 1914

Cessnock Co-operative Dairy Co., Limited. The wonderful progress of the dairying industry is one of the feat ures of Australian expansion, and it is generally conceded that the estab lishment of co-operative butter fac tories has been largely responsible for the growth of the industry. That this has been so in the Cessnock district will be readily acknowledged wueu ig lo ineacionea tnac cue vess nock Co-operative Dairy Company, Ltd., began operations in the latter part of 1907 with 71 suppliers, and produced for the three months 18 . tons of butter, while at preeent there are 160 suppliers and the factory is capable of producing ten tons a week. The history of the local butter factory is rather interesting and is mainly a record of dogged persever ance in the face of adverse circum stances. The factory was established in 1900. After a somewhat eventful career under the management of Mr. Doyle, the factory passed into the hands of Mr. T. Peters, of the well known firm of Lane and Pet...

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A Remarkable Case. ORDER MY COFFIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 13 March 1914

^4AIll«^e-6u«;:^^ ' ? ? .-''r^1- fiii f ? — ?:?:? ORDBS^YJGQpiN; A remarkable case Is announced from 119 Mullens-stfeet, RozeUer Michael Joseph Cantrell, in electric al engineer.r^io lived 'wil^i his uncle and aunt^at the - above aadre|sf -^Bj-, ceived a cableymessage ron ''ISSoiafaf. from Ireland, jadyjsing that an atinf of his had died. Tha. newj u^set him, and ho left his meat uhfested. He soon app^ed to i^MJoyer from the shock, and after JiujSjtpiie ^ :iwept to his room wttetlfng|gj^|| ;jAt two; o'clock he avw^iU joking ittndlaugh ing. He sai|plfi-bf d^ftd |n ialf an hour.. O^r'ay ^TBn,' . ^s; utterance w^^en as a, joke, and he returned '^^^^^'?''??Mii3£\in^ hour later C^njireil's Aunt went to his room, a|^ opgnmg the door\ found him ^lylngldejid on his bed, fully dressedg^ -pr,Z$ittmun:-;_ymB called, but wEen Jie Arrived' :Oanjbirell was^Byond jail aid. ' TJbiere was nothing found in his room to even suggest that he had taken 'poison,. and; in Hie face of that he probably died ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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PAPER No. 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 13 March 1914

PAPER No. 1. Ten years does not seem long to look back, yet so much has been done in Cessnock in this period that judging by the improvements effected and the progress made ten years seems a long time. Ten years ago people little thought Cessnock would i grow in that space of time to its present dimensions'— a town of ovor 9000 inhabitants — and perhaps the people to*day may he just as far out in their calculations of what Cess ? nock will be ten years hence. In 1904 Cessnock was only a vill age, and the dwellings were few and far between.. The principal street at that time — or to be correct the prin cipal road— was the 'Wollombi Boad, known to-day as Main-street. Vin cent-street was known as Mt. Vin cent Road, or familiarly called 'The Lane.' In 1901, Mr. A. F. Hall, surveyor, Newcastle, and Mr. John Scholey, Waratah, took up 12,000 acres of Crown leases near Cessnock, and formed a company known as the Aberdare Colliery of New South Wales, Limited and after a time re ceived the ne...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 13 March 1914

A Grand Monster Garden Fete (Under the auspioes of the Hospital Committee) .''' - * ', , i . - ?:?.?..'. To raise funds to Furnish the Cessnook District Hospital will beheld in th Antarctica Skating Rink and Adjoining Grounds, APRIL 2nd, £#»€*, 4th ,1914. Amusements in Abundance for Young and Old. The following Competitions will bB open to residents of Cessnook and v-v— ,w ^. ? Bujcwu^ding. districts: — . . . ; *Np. lj-^poking Compeutiont ??.'?? '(a) riidc of Sidhcs, prize, Trophy, 5s. jbTT'tteSt S&da Scones, pn-.e 2«6d* V \c) ...? Jam Roll, priae Ss. -?-? id) ... Jam Sftndwich, prize Ss. ; j(e)- »r J*5iin^Cakc, prias 5s. ,^[f) .;.' Plum I'udding, prixe 5s. : fjj) ... Rainlmw Cnke, prize Ss. {ill). ... Variety of Cakes, pri&e Jjs. !W* ??? 3 or mote kinds of jam, prize 5s ' ? Xj) ??? 3 of1 more kindsof 1'reserves, prize Ss No. 2— Sweett (a) Best Plate of Toffee, prize 2s 6d flli) ... Colleclion of Sweets, prize ss. '*jjc) Best French Jellies, prize Ss. Me. S-rrflovren...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 13 March 1914

— ???-.. . ? ? ?? _ -,,M These are Stirring Times As the Old Lady said when she made the jam. Why they say that in Sydney even HAWKER'S fly ! fieat the band does'nt it ? Yet thete are people who are fly who can't fly. ? These are the onte people, the ujdiyidualB jg-o£nut J^fet^l^a BajMvhere, but most of them are our regular customers. However we have some goods in our establishment that we positive ~- - - ly assert cannot be beaten. One of them is a cast iron egg. THE OTHERS ARE— well— you've got the money, we have the goods. Come along and inspect our wares, and the position will be reversed. You will have the Goods, and we shall have the money which will be eminently satisfactory to your good selves and to us. THE OLD FIRM. THE OLD ADDRESS : * J.ANDREWS, The House The Corner Store, Highest Qualities for Value. Cessnock' Lowest 'Prices. To Avoid Disappointment imm. fi^S^k Order your -TO— 2k9kf IffiBBR* Easter Suit-Now ! MB8WK ^^*yH|| Last year we had to turn orders ^^'^/^EdfflFm g»...

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Shuffling the Position. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 13 March 1914

Shuffling the Position, The position in regard to the in quiry into the afternoon shift by the Wages Board is at a Standstill. This matter bad.be.en hanging fire for so many months that when the subject oatne before, tfie1: Wages -Board the miners of the Sou^j) Maitland Coal field heaved a sigh of relief. Every-, thing appeared to be going svpim ingly until the proprietors raised the quesion as to whether the rBoard had jurisdiction to deal vdtn the matter. It is evident that the proprietors are shuffling to gain time, and the laws of tbeiandare^ovftgue^nd^o^n; to contention that there is no telling where the matter will end. Mean* while the patience of the miners |b being . sorely tried, for the series of .delays have had an irritating effect; The miners of the' Cessnook district who have experienced the beneficial results of the abolishment of the afternoon shift, naturally, take great interest in the proceedings, and feel indignant at the placing Of obstacles in the way of settli...

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The Progress of Cessnock. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 13 March 1914

The Progress of Cessnock. [Under the above heading articles on Oessnock will appear from week to week. ? While in this column we only deal with Cessnock from 1904 correspondence is invited from our readers not only on interesting hap ,, pening during this period, but also relating to old Cessnook and dis trict.] ,

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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A Costly Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 13 March 1914

A Costly Accident. — 0 1 * When the special military parade was held at Perth last month for in spection by Sir Ian Hamilton, a trainee, aged 19, named Walter Maurice Cann, of the 37th battery, was seriously injured. The horse he was directed to mount at the Guild ford remounf^erpot bolted into the Bcrufe. He was knocked off, sus taining sninal fracture. A rflnnvBro is looked upon as hopeless. The Military Board, it is stated, propose to pay Cann'e widowed mother a compensation of £191 at 3s 6d a day for three years. A merino ewe at Quirindi gave birth to a lamb with three ears, the head being extra large, eight legs and two tails, and two separate\ bodies. The bodies are connected about three inches below the shoulders, one body being a ram, and the other a ewe. The Pompadours, headaj.. br Mr. George Dean, appeared iir 'Oe'ssnock on Saturday and Monday nights. The show -was looked upon as one of the best that has yet visited Cess nock and , was greatly .enjoyed by those who were pr...

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