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Cessnock Progress -Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 March 1914

C«»noctc*Progreti'AiM«-^fion. ?? -?* ? : ? »' ' ? '? ' ? ? At the fortnightly meeting -of the above on Wednesday night, Mr. M. Quinn presiding, a letter was read from the A.A. Company stating that Cessnock railway station .would be lit witli electricity shortly ; that the public urinal was now flushed regularly; and that the insufficient lighting of the urinal was not the fault of the company as lamps hod been provided but as regularly 'were stolen by the public. However, after the installation of the electric light there should be no further complaint.— Jb was decided to thank the company for its action. The Public Works Department wrote that a surveyor would survey BlacTk. Creek early in April. While thant-, ing the Department it was resolved, to impress upon the Minister the urgency of the matter. The Fire Underwriters' Association asked for,! information regarding water press ure, position of -fire hydrants, etc., on certain portions of Cessnock b'e: fore extending the provision...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Minmi Agreement [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 March 1914

The Minmi Agreement Mr. John Brown's speech at the picnic held to celebrate the anni versary of the signing of the Minmi agreement was the means of causing a newspaper controversy. Mr. Brown said the contentment of the miners at Minmi was a result of the men having thought and acted for themselves. Mr. D. Watson and .Mr. A. Lewis in reply state' matters are an ngnt witn tne Minmi men so long as Mr. Brown wills it, and hoped ho would always. have it in his heart to treat them well. In the case of trouble, however, they state, it will be the proprietors against the Minmi men — a giant against a pigmy. The Federation refuses to place itself at the nrercy of Mr. 'Brown or anyone else.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cessnock Eisteddfod. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 March 1914

Cessnock Eisteddfod. As the date is drawing near for the closing of entries interest in the first public eisteddfod is growing. Bequests for schedules and informa tion have been received from such widely diverging places as Taree, Lisraore, Newcastle and Sydney. The Cessnock choir is rapidly getting into form for the grand choral con vufjU) ui»iu i&irui viiv onuiu vs*.£wi4«nmu*vu a male voice party has been organ ised for the £10 prize. We under stand that a very strong juvenile choir from the local public school lias been practicing for . some time', and that there will be more than one entry from Cessnock for the church choir competition. The eisteddfod committee, headed by Mr. A. T. Storey, the president, have been making complete arrangements for the festival and are confident, of success. On Thursday night one of the most enthusiastic committee meetings since the inauguration ,of the eisteddfod was held, when several matters were dealt with. It was decided to write for ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A DASTARDLY ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 March 1914

; ADASTARDLY ACT. ?;?*? ? '. IH — tl The extreme measures to which a ;'i gperson -will resort to do an injury ?' i* 'to another was demonstrated, by an ', inhuman- act. in Gessnock; about j' .jftbput 1 a.m. on Sunday. It appears ?I' that ~on Sunday morning Mr. Eobt. Stevenson, of Shedden's Estate, :J:s found his horse lying in its stable in agony wltH the' bottom portion of nun nf if,s fmnf, Inrta olmff ova/1 onJ . hanging to the'; tipper' portion by' a ^piece of skin. What, was the cause .of the injury was soon discovered 'i- forilie inmates of the. household, as well as neighbors, remembered heaiv . „ ing an explosion about midnight. \ A piece of iaggipg was found in the .; stable as well as a piece of fuse, and ,-:?? by adding iwo and two together it V was easily seen that some inhuman _:!/ ''.' monster hady fastened some explosive ?'}? to the poor, animal's leg by means of %-: the bagging, lighted the fuse, .which | ?-??; indue course'. ignited the explosive, ';';? and the explo...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cessnock Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 March 1914

, Cessnock Theatre,. ? The plans of the Gessnock theatre to be erected by Mr. ' Winkleman next door to his hotel, , have been approved by the authorities, and the Work is to be immediately ,put in hand. ? The. architecture of ^.tiie structure - is -up-to-date': apd\,the building will be of a com^omous. *baracter- r -ThBiOQst of^the buUfUng 'MrBe^6u1i^00ft^*iWh^?tiw) building is completed it should: fill a loug-felf want, and Cesshook may. be expected to be visited by first-clftes theatrical companies. ,.,.-. ? r

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

SPIRTING. Jack ,Maronoy, the veteran pod, won St. Patrick's Handicap at ? Maitland last Saturday off 9j yards, H.- Ferguson, 9 yards, 2, J. Allen, 101 yards, 3, and G. P. Woods, 8J . yards, 4.: Jack is on the wrong side of forty, and in his salad days i touched even time. -Eight horses fell in the Eosebill Cup on Saturday. Gracelle, acting a pacemaker fell, and one after another the horses came down. i Olive Green, a horse that raced un ! 'luckily in . the Newcastle district, had to be destroyed. Three jockeys, \^. fi. Smith, :F. Foley,. and A. Callinan, w^re. injured.' Since the above' was' written W. H. Smith ' succumbed to his injuries. ??*'????..-.?'?. At sport at the Wallsend races hesitated as to what to put his 'little bit' on in the Maryland Handicap. In glancing over the names of the horses and riders in his book he noticed he had just put the initials of E.L.G's rider down— O'K. which stood for O'Eoefe. He rushed to place a . larger bet than he usually did on the.Renrorie ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hospital Garden Fete. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 March 1914

;. Hospital Garden Fete. . ? . - ' __ **? — - — ?- ? ., TJao grand jap3en fete, under the; auspices of the JSessnobk f Digtilfet: HbspitalijwromHtee, wiU be opened oft Thursday next by Mr Wm. I&ar- Bjfljr, M,Ii.A.r at 6.30 o'olook. *Ori Friday evening the d&rjjbf the '^Of~ tavctica Skating lUnk will agoift b». openedat7oTcloQk,andonSatW$^f frbni.2 p.m. tUlll p.m. A splefJrBd programme Avill be drawn up fdrJail^^ session, including displays fcy,|hB Gonvent and Public .School chUdraii.' fire club swinging exhibition, Tangi) dance, an innumerable' competitions; The ladies' committee - have ?? been ?working very, hard to secure a suffi cient supply of goods ? for sale at* the fete and to' make the fete a success generally, and they are to be con gratulated upon the fiood work they have done. The Antarctica will be' specially lighted for the occasion and the whole scene ^illbjB^f an inviti^J

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

/..??', ;.:! .;.?;'.%; ; ' \:.v .' . ? ? ' ?? /?' - _'?; '?? \^f: I ? ?? '.;??.?'. Contractors' Time Sheets ^ ? ? ? are always on stock at The EAGLE Office. Buy Everything at Anthony Horderns Ttio tntthwh* plan of tmytng wnrthlns at AKTBOWT H0mERW8' 8mm Money for Town * Country aMfce. rt roucr «i tot QmS* «i bohoh rrki lltl GOmiW EVUTTUING »lj i mhKEI f AUCE EMPORIUM »hr- HAVOC witk Ike PUCE «i BOOKS, ui HITS | Ik BOOKSELUM tut. ANTHONY HORDERHS' BOOK DEPART NENT t!kn FAt m) A WAT At BEST «1« h Ik bai. mat ALL O*l -? WORTH READING b W*i(t.t widto met of EVERT PURSE Atmtk the M*«7 *i Anthony Horderns' Famonilow Prices An -fc- LATEST FICTION. STANDARD WORKS TRAVEL. HISTORY. BIOGRAPHT. THEOLOGY. rOETRY. Ik CLASSICS ui Ik ESSATS t! FAMOUS WRITERS u. mlbUe. We nkt * fcttan .1 Hrtiw-elj Bmu4 PRIZE BOOK. WRITE faHWett PUCE LIST *i BmIu. f«t Free n nwnL Anthony Hordern&Sons ? Limited, ? Only Universal Providers, HEW PAUCE EMPORIUM, bricfeftetf - Hill, SYDNEY. — \ WILUAM H. WARD, / P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 March 1914

v A Grand Monster Garden Fete (will be held Under the auBpic&s of the Ceusnook DistriotHoBpital -.'??', ;; Committee) in the ;- ' .'? \ :':\ £, Antarctica Skating tilrik :^v3§l ' .?' and Adjoining Grounds, ^0^04PRIL:2nd, 3rd, 4th, 1914: ' [' y $$v0jijp3%;66$e of raising funds to get Hospital completed and- opened as - ^? 7^^Vv';'. ?'. ?- speedily as possible. ?' . .: .^ ?- '* ' -* t 'J* -f *'''*'' Amusements in Abundance for YoUng and Old'. ?'/. '* . ' s Cooking, Sweets, . Flowers and Sewing Competitions «s per scdedule. £ Open to Residents of Cessnock and Surrounding Districts. Grand Dis 'I plays and Items by the Convent and Public School Children. Grand Fire V Club Swinging Exhibition. Comic Amusement Competitions for Ladies ? and Gents. Guessing Competitions open to all comers, also an Exhibition of the much discussed Tango Dance will be given. Everything up-to-date ??? to suite taste and convenience of the General Public. ; The Fete will be.opened on Thursday evening, 2n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 March 1914

These are Stirring Times As the Old Lady saW when she made the jam. Why they say that in Sydney even HAWKER'S fly 1 - ? ? ' ' . . ? . . A Beat the band does'nt it ? Yet there are people who are fly who The'rtj««theWte'ii)eoDte,:lihB-Jndiwdu|ilfl -;\vho want tlte $3rtSBt, ..the-' ; t . V ^estww^mOT^^raSi'otty-^OMl lifieygOT tt. Honesty1 lofbiae us to, * - say where, but inost of them are out tegular customers. : However we liave^Dme goods in our establishment that we positivo - ? ly assort cannot be beaten. One of them is a cast iron egg. THE OTHERS ABE— well— you've got the money; we hare the goods. Gome 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 PaTSiS) ^5£^*^k. Order your ?TJ— sffiL^lwfflKr E...

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Current Notes [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 March 1914

Current Notes Tenders for fencing the Hospital grounds close to-day. Canada is nearly thirty times as large as Great Britain and Ireland. -Men get bald spqner than women because they don't wear their, hair so long, * ? : AntiBeptio Ointment r.jfi)B«\m equalled heeler. 1/6, from : BvAks' Chemist.. ' '?' ?.''.'' Bob E61eK thefifihtiDC blacksmith, chaUengaa H. WilBpn or Nixon to a scheduled twenty round, bout for -0Q aside. ?./,'; ,-,: 'J.,-.r. ?'-'''??'' +''?-: 'Jit i$b intfttest oo- *he .bclSiets ' t»f ; i ataljtj^ ^jver frwip. was committed for trial -&)$. Charge pf manslaughter. MrM- W- Barnbs,/whb « istUlan. inmat^Bf jme. Maitiand Hospital, is, we arM)leaBedto state, well on the mendj^nd is :^m^fy^rix-'i return home ai ihe course --f a few ^ay s. St^I^lu^v-1^ Arcadia Satwrday 'No Quarter.' w]bo,«^jected to her husband because ho wprtTO; jguiet^ and djc^'t drink nor ;|gmj9te; nor fiWear ijike; other menV;^' !?:??'' '?;'?'; -^ /'?.;?? ??? '.- . *'?'- T^iflhjuie engineoi; i$f...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Dr. Maitland as a Miner. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 March 1914

Dr. Maitland a« a Miner. Dr. Maitland one of the guests of the residents of Cessnook last-Friday evening, was. taken' for a tour around the Extended mine on Friday afternoon. At the coal face the Doctor .seized a pick and started on. pick work. He soon had a few pieces of coal knocked off. One, of the 'black diamonds' he had won he pooketed as a memento of the occasion; ~'v .-s,.,, .;..? It wasrepoyted that a number of immigrant coal ininershad arrived in Sydney from England on Saturday and that they intended going to Newcastle. Mr. Watson has re marked he hoped for the Newcastle miners Bakes, as well as their own, they d|d.T»o^ come to Newcastle as jtherejsrould OflVha %\ further glut in

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Idle and Disorderly Persons. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 March 1914

Idle and Disorderly Persons. A sensational story was told in the Richmond Court by a married wo man named .Kate Demoel, when two young men, George W. Taylor, and James W. Cotterell, were charged with being idle and disorderly per sons. Demoel stated that the men lived at her hoUse, and her daughter' who was .living apart from her hus ..nn.nf1* Anmvw] mnn itifn rka-fire nrdian ' Taylor armed with' av revolver and. and accompanied by Cotterell, j-re- tepded to bejplain-clothes police, and r^pi^V.^epi^of i'lSwS^^68 an* ^noney. Her doughtier' and Taylor adMtte^tlietra^i of '-thfef statement. Taylor was sentenced to twelve months imprisonment,' while Cotter ell waB sentenced to three months, but released under securities as a. first offender.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Dr. Maitland, Messrs J. Estell, Matt. Chartton, & Wm. Kearsley Entertained. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 March 1914

Dr. Mtlfl^r^ Meiir| J. fciteTi; Matt. ChaHton, & WmKewlley EnterUdned. By the afternoon train on ^Friday, Dr. Ma.itJand, Mr. J. Estell (Minister for Labor and Industry) and Mr. Wm.. Kearsley, . M.L.A., arrived in Cessnock and were met at the sta tion by Messrs. 'John Hill, A. Big gers, A. E. Kirk, Brickett, and Dr.. McArthur. -The Tisitors were driven to the Aberdare 'Extended Colliery, and after partaking of refreshments provided by tne manager, Mr.- A. Mi, , Kirk, were escorted down the colliery. An inspection was- made of the electrical station ' in the mine, Dr. Maitland expressing surprise at the modern equipment and the excellence of the appliances at the colliery. It was the doctor's first visit to - a coal mine and he enjoyed the experience. The party then journeyed to the Working face where two machine men were in readiness to demons* trate the manner in which the Sul livan coal-cutting machines were worked. ' . Mr. Estell expressed himself pleas ed at the manager a...

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

^?'^^JS^g#?iK;::v-;r ?y :-;^;)^i||^p^ jpapWit iB hard to. , : i^pt/^^yem^*B|ki)ijie' 'Eagle' has ?'.,. h^ij adding to J:iti|purculfttl6n, but -the ^?-?^?fiBIS^'^^^o^-*^-'-- beyond oiir ''-} ,/^'juc^^ijrtkttbnj'';frodii«s\ia result were : '??* ^i^i^l^^arilS^I1 vpr; j»ore ' ..papers .- Bhort W^^e the public an apology ,; :: ^/^fpr :t&l^.^^^i$^^n4':^steii to «f-«tt9' ^ .%e'-:%Sl?®6Wroiir -w»jw [?% repetition . ';.v;^|j^^^^;#^;.pc^uv:- ?: .- ?^HHIHIHI

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Cessnock and Aberdare Presbyterian Sunday Schools' Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 March 1914

Cessnock and Aberdare Preiby terian Sunday School*' Picnic. ThetJessnock and Aberdare Pres byterian Sunday Schools' Picnic was held on the grounds known as the Daks on 'Saturday. In the morning the smaller children were conveyed to the picnic grounds by 'bus and re turned in the afternoon in the same manner. A- most enjoyable day was oyouy uy hub uuuunui , bUO USUttl sports programme was -gone through and some valuable prizes distributed. A shower of rain about 3.30 o'clock was untimely, but beyond this there was nothing to complain oU , Rev. S-. Brown, assisted by Mr. Simpson (superintendent, Cessnock), and Mr. Muir (superintendent, Aberdare), together with the staff of. teachers, and the ladies of the congregation looked after the comforts of those present,

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

Billiard T«arata6nt Another of the popular Pay Mon day night billiard tournaments waj played off at the School of Arts on last Monday. The conditions were 50 up, and Mr. G. Jobling, the care taker, carried out the' arrangements in his UBual efficient;matoner. The. paetime committee (Messrs. Fry, BiisBeU arid;, Brown),* also Messrs ^!pyo^«cKer^^pr^8imt.jBjyan8. BqU^, M^n,^ vBTgjjJBrs;' Gov0- an^i Shacklefom assisted in' marking: Following are the results of the various games \~ ';?/?'- ? - First Round-- fly^H^mburg 28, beat W. JfeBlane 2§=^I T. H^gins i% beat B: fi. ShiickleTord;';^ ;J; Biggers 12, beat W. Snape'^^fl. Moore sot., beat A. G. Lloyd 30. The' following had byes : — T. Brown 15,*-H. Ro]|e 30» C. Hunger ford 30, H. Court 80, N. Pickering 16, R, G. Brown % M. Flynn 25, C. L. Fry 4, T. Evans 25, W. Morris on 25. , Second Round — H. Moore ibye) ; C. L.Fry 4, beat T. Evans 25 ; W. Morrison 25, beat T. Brown 15 ; M. Flynn 25, beat N. Pickering 15 ; J. Biggers 12, beat H. Bolfe ...

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

I ???'?? ~^/HK^S&^ wSi '' -.iJB-'' ' HHHHH'. 4 ?-- ? ,-.-aS§E^a-v'-- ? . . ? - ?MMiP^TMi'^^^^MB^Ht^l ? '? -'??'i.\- Cessnock's Finest HAT Display ! ; I . A fine comprehensive range of Seasonable Hat Styles far away ahead ['??; ofany showing th»t has heretofore been made in Cessnock Wecany I :. those hats that «re produced by the .leading hatmakere of the world '. I nnd price thematB figure that means a bjg money-saving opportunity ' - I for you r . ; . .; -. '.'..- 'Where Cash Counts.' Vincent-sit.. Cessnock. ?''.'-- ?' V ' ??- ?????.'? \-, ?-_-? FOOTBALL AND ^ a* ^ TENNIS SEASON 1SI1.4- We'have just opened our new season's supply of Football and Tennis Goods for the coming season. As usual our assortment is very good and our prices are as low as any city store. Tennis and Football Clubs ask for our quotations to supply yon with your requirements for die coming season. . - . No. I 2 3 4 FOOTBALLS— Boys' Basil ? ? ? 2s 3d, ' 2s od, 3s 3d, is. , , Boys' Leather - . - 3s.', 3s ...

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Wedding Bell [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 March 1914

l^Ml wedding msol^rftted lnlfieT^M byterianOhunoh.iSfesiBan, offi ^W: -'^ nesday, 18th February,, 1^14, when : Ida M., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Parkins, 'Heajther, Brae,' Cessnojpkt; was marriqd )to Ef^., Victor Clark- - Duff, B.A. (Minister of 'St. Andrew's v Presbyterian Church, Singleton) eld est son of Mrs. M.,L,. Dtlff. 'Thorn- ton Hall,' Penrith., ; Eight Rev. the Moderator Alexan der Smith and Rev. J^ Lamont (Mosman), officiated. The ohuroli wes artistically decorated with palms, pot plants and ferns by girl friends of the bride, and wascrowded with guests and spectators. The bride ivho entered the church on the ? arm of her father as the organ pealed iorth the 'Voice that Breathed o'er Eden;' was dressed in a handsome ivoty crepe-de-ohene . frook, draped - with shadow lace— the bodice and train being finished with seed pearls, tiny rosettes of Marquisette, and ? orange MossomB. A rich Brussels net hand embroidered veil, Kindly lent by Mrs... ty«toer' Eliiott, Cell In ^ grace...

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Police Court. WEDNSEDAY MARCH 17,1914 (Before Messrs G. Brown and H. E. Southwell, J'sP.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 March 1914

Itiice Jiiit ? . . . ..,..-*r=ws*Si*TT — ? ? ? ' (Befdfre M&srs G. Brown «nd '' Z H- Ei SouthweU, J'sP.) Walter Rayniond Radnige was charged with stealing 8 chaff bags, . and one corn bag. valued 2/3, the. property of the Caledonian Collieries, Ltd. ; Henry Chinner, constable of police, deposed togoiugto accused's house at aboyt 5 o'clock on Tuesday, where accused told, him he sold four dozen and nine bags about a fortnight pre vious ; he-ad about 7 or 8 bags in the house at that time ; said he got ; tiieh;frpni the pit, he often brought '_'-' a bag home to. his bouse. Accused ? ,' aSmfttedhe had no authority to take : ;, ihbba^s::T-Tlie' ^ bag -produced he ad ' h ^milSJfed taking from the pit ?, and said 1 Twifc '-'%& ri& the firstUbt *f bags he '^'naa^taken^*' ' . . / :- '' :- rAUred Edwjn 'Kirk, manager '. : 'A^e^jaW^xtenaelGdUiery, sa^d ac . ' ;r:cu^^'?a^pl--y^a- % gwoin at .^i:flie:6biUery j h.e had' nd^UtHbritytS ' 'taktftHe Bags? '^'-vdueA ?, mjai&...

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