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

OP£» I ARCADIA PICTlMJg^ CD Ifl flV We Study Your Pleasure and Comfort ?M1™ ' Star : THE 1&NTHER-$ PREY SATURDAY *%$£ Star ; #or East is last''' Tiip'Tnpr:+- ?: j||**f% ?? \ I Tie Values \^j§: I Monks & g®«V1jjL'^|l. - I I The particular part of Men's ' /., I ? J liHI f \ I dress should be cVosen with Wl I I I VH f ..* I great care' and discrimina- l'J I ' I ^BH I i I Carefully select your Tie or OTOr whole ap- ) mHH ' ? ?'.'?? I pearance may he sppile^.,. X»iies differ in ^H^H ? / I Ties, just as in evetythtrjgflsebut we bOnest- .^^^H ? I ly believe that right here there is a tie to I^HB^bS I ' suit every taste to a nicety. There are very WB^^V - I few men who, after inspection, , will riot Vote jKKW I this Tie display of oars the very finest vir ' ;.. ; 7S. tO 3S. 6«fc 'I -a. SID MONKS & CO., 'Where Cash Counts.' Vinccnt-st., Cessnock. Why You Should Buy your Books, Stationery, Office Requisites, Pianos, Musical Instruments, PhonographB, School ^Requisites,...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A NEW FIRE STATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 13 March 1914

A NEW FIRE STATION. A deputation comprising Messrs M. Quinn, S. D.-O'Sullivan, J. B. Ferguson, and others asked Mr. Flowers to .build a new fire, ^station at Cessnock, and to provide improved equipment, and a permanent officer in charge. - ? . Mr. Flowers promised to make provision oh' the next fire brigade estimates to meet the requests.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hon. F. Flowers at Cessnock. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 13 March 1914

Hon. F. Flower* at Ceimock. Ae reported briefly in our last isBue Mr. Flowers, Associate State Chief Secretary, visited Oessnook on Fri day afternoon and was met by Messrs. M. Baillie (president), J. Brown (secretary), and other mem bers of the hospital committee* Mr. Baillie pointed out the delay in the erection of the hospital, showing that they had forwarded £250 to the Government towards the work of erecting the kitchen block. Ho pointed out the urgent riefteasity' of tho hospital being completed, UMr Brown and. Mr. Biggers also spoke in the same Btrain, and all three speakers asked for a grant to com plete the erection of the kitchen block and the operating theatre. Mr. Flowers said the oommittee had previously come to him by deputation. After coming to a knowledge of the facts he had come to a decision, and now after seeing the hospital, he was convinced that the decision was a correct one. He wanted to tell the committee plainly that there was absolutely no justifi cation for...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Football. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 13 March 1914

'-. ' ''. - — ? ?.'? — ' «'? ? '-'?' ?' ~ ' .? ,. ?. ?'??'? ' ? ?;?? '??? ; Thefoo^aVerSiare itoegipning ;4p ' ' k ^ Hot to ^rk^ajs^yflp&l i|t^i|!i|i|v':^ are expected -4bo .lie formed in4 Cess-; nock. ~;..-^.' -...-??? ''-. ?\--?-i;'-C^ ::?'-:? :. :.:: v ?. ?-? T^4th-3rrade Lea^'ieftWjheTfd ^ ??:^ decided, to ;'4epart :fr^ni/--tptv^usuiafe@i:i 'hliie a^';w^B::|and-h^viBjineir.^d^'S^J 3W|i^|md^ioidK^The';^j^^ a^raoted to endeavour ^MftKeto^.^^ ;ra^etoents;ior.'a^ndi!y1 ^ftfib^litvil^i; ;the 4-Gim'i^^o^m!^^^m^M inst. With a1 wew'fe^rftlsuffi^iiW^P® to helpihe club. -^^iJMi@

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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OBITUARY. MR. JOHN JURD—CONGEWAI. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 13 March 1914

OBITUARY. : MR. JOHN JURD^-CONGEWAI. ' : The death occurred at jGongewai this morning of Mr. Jurd, a highly respected resident of the dis'trioCand a well-known identity. -Mr; Juld - resided «t Conge wai «bme years, ^.pre- ; wus*? which heaved at MHUfield. : ^aaee^s^'JmviM^'1!!^^^,' ' one of his daughters Jbeing ^Mrs;&. : ' W. Bridge, ^'C^ssiwck. ;. J .' } ?.-.; v

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Larceny by Finding. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 13 March 1914

Larceny by Finding. At the Cessnock Police Court on Tuesday, before JMr. S. Snape, J.P., Edward James, 59, was charged with stealing (by finding) a hand bag containing £1/2/9, the property of Mrs. Passfield. Senior-constable Nowland stated that, in company with Constable Chinner^ he went along Main-street, where he saw ac v.uscu 111 nio company 01 xvirs. irass field and Mrs. McCrorey. In conse quence of what Mrs. Passfield told him he arrested accused. On being searched at the police station he found £1/13/1 on hiin. Martha Passfield stated that on March 9, she was driving in a 6ulky from Bellbird to Cessnock. When, near Cessnock she missed her hand bag, which contained £1/12/9. She looked backed and saw accused pick up the bag and go into the bush. She drove back to the place arid found the bag under a bush, but the money was missing. Witness spoke to the-accused but he denied taking the bag. When the' bag was found accused was about 200 yards away. No one else was in the locality ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Current Notes [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 13 March 1914

Current Notes . ? ? ? ? ?? «it ? The Council iias .been repairing the- various' main roads in Cess nock. Ada Mary Moore, 27, met her death at Newcastle on Monday, through drinking a poisonous disin fectant in mistake for medicine. Thomas Simon Cook, 33, was kill ed at Hamilton Railway Sheds, on Monday afternoon by being crushed between the buffers of two trucks. The engineer was in Cessnock to day in connection with the erection of the additional machinery to be in stalled at the Cessnock Butter Fac tory. Mr Lloyd, a resident of Aberdare, underwent an serious operation last week, having his tongue removed — ^the result of a growth. Despite his advanced age Mr Lloyd is doing well wince the operation. A fireman on a Bellhird coal train had one of Itis wrists badly gashed last Friday evening through being struck by a bottle thrown from a passing passenger train. The meat strike is now an event of the past. Peculiarly enough, botli the employers and employees claim a victory. The public...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cessnock Races. A SUCCESSFUL DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 13 March 1914

Cessnock Races, A SUCCESSFUL DAY. : 'The Cessnock Jockey Club's March meeting .was run off on Saturday last in the presence of a large atten dance. The weather was threaten ing throughout the day, and during tb.e;,morning rain fell, which had the effect of keeping many visitors, and even local patrons, away. Had the day been bright' the attendance would have been very large. The rainy weather in the early part of the week had militated against a large entry, still the horses to make the journey were sufficient to pro vide good sport. The bookmakers got the worst of betting tsansaefcione for four out of five winners were first favoriteB. The success of the meet ing under the- weather conditions de monstrates the manner in which the club's patronage is increasing, and Cessnock racing fixtures are now looked forward to by horse owners and sportsmen alike. The rain, while responsible for loss. of patron age had brightened up the appear pleasing to the eye and the course in ideal racing ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ten Bob for a Guess. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 13 March 1914

Ten Bob for a ^ncss. . ... '??'. ; .;, :-''-~'ti~, '; :?'? ?:?.-*? ? '??' ; ':'{:'i Sid Monks *JG6Ij*heneW Mercers' and Clothiers, opp. hew Government'' $avfeg'sBafak,offer-iO/-^p^e' first persbil whorgaesser«wS6otiy;;llo^i Sid Monks &Ck). turned 'what ^vas called ' The WMte ^lephawfc^' into.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cessnock Party's Experience. AT WOLLOMBI. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 13 March 1914

ttunbe^ Party's Experience. AT WOLLOMBI. A party of workmen, employed by Mr J. j. Ryan in the removal of Mr A. Andrews' residence, at Wollombi, had ' an excitiDg experience — this is their own expression— last Sunday. The party strolled into the bush and coming across some enormous foot prints, being of a curious' 'disposition jieciaea to mane investigations, xne tracks led in the direction of the Yango. eaves, and so interested did the party become that when their thoughts of bunyips and tigers were supplanted by a hollow feeling /in the -pit -qf the stomach they discovered they were lost. Meanwhile the din ner bell had long since rung and the position had assumed anxious pro portions. ??? After roaming about-the balance of the afternoon the erst while explorers struck a beaten track and arrived home tired, but still not top tired to make the pro visions disappear in an amazing manner. A description of the foot prints has caused xoiich interest and . .excit«ment-in the j'^istriojb,...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Correspondence. INCONVENIENT PRACTICE. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 13 March 1914

Correspondence. INCONVENIENT PRACTICE. (To the UnifnnJ - Sir, I would like fljrough the col umns of your ipuoikl to draw atten tion to the manner in which coal trains are allowed to block the traffic of Vincent street causing much in-, convenience antf annoyance to drivers of vehicles , fend pedestrians. Onlj Jast -night the roadway =was blocked for twenty, jninutes by coal WaCCOIlS startfHne rioW, onnmsa tV-a road, while the locomotive was en gaged taking water at the water column. This betweenj) andU.Sb p.m., and vehicles waiting to get through. Surely the. railway com pany: could arrange, for trains of empty waggons to be shunted/into-; the colliery yard after which it would be an ejjsy matter; for, .engines, to take 'water thus inconveniencing no:one. Thanking -you in 'antibipa-' tion.— Yours etc., V ^ ! '?;?/?.?.??.??? -,.;. -FAIRPLAY,V.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Flying Handicap Billiard Tournament. WON BY J. BIGGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 13 March 1914

Hying Handicap Billiard Tourna ment WON BY J. BIGGEBS. Another of the School of Arts Flying Handicap Billiard Tourna ments was held on Monday night. There was a very fair attendance of players and spectators. As usual the arrangements were in the bands of the caretaker (Mr. George Jobling) and everything-worked like well-oiled machinery. Messrs. Russell, Fry, and Brown, of the recreation com mittee assisted in the work of run ning the tournament, together with Messrs. Shackleford, Rolfe, Walker, Wedgner, Flynn, Gordon, Homburg, Smith and Young. Following are the results : — First Round— W. MoGarvie 15, beat A. E. Howard 8 on ; R. Stewart 34, beat H. Flynn 24 ; J. Biggers 16, beat W. Young 32. The following had byes . — D. Gor don 5 on, A. G. Lloyd 17, H. Rolfe 29, 2C. L. Fry scr., E. H. Shackle ford scr., Tom Brown 20 on, A Walker 20, A. G. Edwards 24, W McBlane 20, H. Smith 15, F. Hom burg 25, A. Brown 23, A. Bigger; 8. Second Bound— 0. L. Fry scr., beat A. G. Edwards 24 on ; H. Sm...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Search for Limestone. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 13 March 1914

Search for Limestone. The adjourned application of Mr. A. A. Holland io enter private land in the Parish q{ Ppkolbin, to search for* lixfaestdne was again before the tnihingjWarden.Mr. C.H. Gale, P.M., at East Maitland, on Friday. The hearing _-was i further adjourned fora fp^hight but the applicant was granted an interim permit to enter the lands in question. ? The best way for a man to he a, 'real good fellow' is to feed his wife kids on bread and dripping, and spend the remainder of his wages on

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
In Praize of Cessnock. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 13 March 1914

In Praize of Cessnock. Mr Fittock, owner of Lady McLean, and who had his mare in town some days prior to the races, informed us that the accommodation for horses in Cessnock was equal to that he had found in any of the cities. This speaks well for the excellent catering of the local hostel ries.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Woman Again. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 13 March 1914

Woman Again. Woman, perfect woman, has ever had her eye to business. A good story from a Northern town is to hand. A well-known townsman, who earns good money, recently em barked on the alleged stormy seas of matrimony, and quickly adopted the good old style of giving his better half his wages., to handle. Last week the docket was a particularly healthy one, and like a true Briton, he handed over £4 and kept half a sovereign and a few odd shillings for himself. He had heard of the nim bleness of wives in going through pockets, and he' was hard pressed to know where to hide that little-. gold piece, a? he had a kind of impression that he would want it early in the week. He pat it in his mouth in tending to take it out later and Blip it under the pillow, but he had been working bard, and readily fell asleep. Some time later the wife was awake ned by an uncanny gurgling sound ^coming from her hubby's throat, and after much effort she awakened him. He sat up in bed, and a fit of cough i...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wollombi. POLICE COURT. Before M. C. H. Gale, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 13 March 1914

Wollombi. POLICE COURT. Before M. C. H. Gale, P.M. Quite a stir was caused on the 10th inst., at the quiet little village of Wollombi, when several police court cases were disposed of by the Police Magistrate. The whole day was occupied in the hearing of the cases, and upon the termination of the proceedings, the several litigants returned to their homes 'after the day's outing,' poorer, but wiser people. The cases were as follows : Police v. Adullah Hannah, for breach of Hawkers and Pedlers' Act. Fined 10s, costs 6s, in default 7 days. Police v. Charles Efford, cruelty to animals. Find 20s, 6s. costs, in default 7 days. Police v. Thomas Jurd, senr., for cruelty to animals. Fined 20s., costs 6s., in default 7 days. Police v. Alexander Nowgel, breach of the Hawkers and Pedlers' Act. Fined 10s, costs 6s, in default 7 days. E. Sternbeck v. A. Sternbeck, for maintenance, in which an order was made for 15s. per week. Mr. Waller appeared for complainant, Mr. Shaw for defendent. Elijah Mas...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ye Olden Cessnock. THE FIRST HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 March 1914

Y« Olden Cessnock. ' THE FISST HOTEL. The first hotel in Cessnock — the Cessnock Hotel— was built in ? 1855. A few years ago this old land mark was demolished to allow for the erection of the present hotel. . Tjife old hotel was a solid stone structure ; -weatherboard wings were afterwards added, then the whole lot gave place $o the modem .structure it is to-day. mr. jjarrpu wasTine nrst noteitteeper and the changes inV-'prbprietorship were few and far between until Cess nock awakened from its Rip Van W&$deman sle6p. Sinojj then Messrs

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Local Schnapper Club's First Excursion. THE FISH HAVE A DAY OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 March 1914

local Schnapper Clnb*i Tint Excartion. ? THE FISH HAVE A DAT OUT. [Bt. Chahles Pork] . The members of the Cessnock Sohnapper Club left town on Satur day afternoon for their first ' fish,' It was a happy party that wended their way to Newcastle, but when they got there they were informed the weather was dirty,' and this being the case it would not be safe to go north, so they would have to go southward. The lion-hearted sports from the Birmingham of the Sputh didn't give a continental if they went to the South Pole as long as they could catch schnapper. They had a look around the coaly city, boarded . the boat, and at 2 a.m. on Sunday steamed for the fish ing grounds. The heartB of the party were light and merry as the boat steamed up the harbor, and thus early the members began to look to their fishing tackle. The boat had hardly crossed the bar when a peculiar thing happened : every time the waves something in I'onto's in side seemed .to go in the opposite direction. The sensation ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. Kearsley on Ethics. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 March 1914

Mr. Kear«ley on Ethici. . Mt, Wm. Keavsley, -oiir respected Member, takes a great interest in the study, of ethics, and is never so happy as when dilating upon ethical ques tions — unless it be when putting those questions into practice. On Friday ' evening Mr. Kearsley . gave . his hearera an idea of the study lie had made in thiB direction by the schemes he expounded for the better menu pi wre peopie. ?? uaucamon, mi. Kearsley said, -was making the people understand and want conditions more in keeping with moaern life. The young people to-day were not satis fied with jvhat their parents had been -satisfied with. Their world, ?was- a world of progress, and the Government must help them in then advanced - ideas. ?? Every now and again. Mr. Kearsley -when speaking appeared to addresB Dr. Maitland, %hich leads us to believe' questions Withies are often discussod by these two*whose positions in life give them an opportunity of coming closely in contact with the people. None will, gains...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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A Narrow Escape. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 March 1914

A Narrow Escape. A lad had a remarkably narrow es cape of losing Ms life at the Oessnbck Railway Station on Saturday morn ing. It appears the lad was leaving the incoming train at 9 a.m., before it had come to a standstill, when by s^rae means he .'fell between the train and the' platform. Those who wit, nessed the accident lustily called for cueirain to be stopped, but before, it Was brought to a standstill a length of a carriage and a half was covered. The onlookers|ek0ected to find the boy badly crashedi but to tho sur prise of all i&en lie was pulled out it was founfl he had«scaped'wtthput ^a^^0ie lad bad^p^iusB; MSS^^Pttching'i^&hyiutg

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