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More Collieries. THE BIRTH OF ANOTHER BOOM. CESSNOCK'S PROBABILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 27 March 1914

'..l.JW.i-U^''v.-J - Vs. '^ .. .... ' .'??? ?^^THE BIBfaT OF ANOTHEB Bomeiinitf a$t» we drew attention to, the faot JthWt11 negotiations were ' ^Jtoen being enjfered into for the estab lishment 6f; a new colliery near . EHatopg. It appears now that the . ' ; ' preliminary arrangements ' have been fixed' up, and it lias been decided to opiti Up a colliery two miles from EUalong.-which it is said will be the largest in the Southern hemisphere. An effort was made to purchase this property some years ago at ' a pHife originally offered. The price 'went. .-, up, however, »nd the deal was de '?' clared off, but recently the property 'was again offered at the old price and '..' purchased . I* is 'stated that plans ''.''' '¥i& .* great coIliBry have already. men prepared. The land in question is situated ort'vS'eB.n Ellatong' and '. ' Ce8Snpbkf'-%ibout' two mileff: frpto Ellaiong and tbree miles from Aber- ; ; ' /piw^Sflyh -CibJHery.; ' For sopae ^* '?mbhthf|-ast^he Bite of the prop...

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

MARRIAGES. CLARK-DUFF-PARKINS. - On 18th February 19 14, at 3 -p.m., in Presbyterian Church, Mosman, by Right Rev. the Moderator A. Smith, assisted by Rcv. J. Lamont, Ida M, daughter of Mr and Mrs Parkins, ' Heather Brae,' Cessnock, to Rev Victor Clark-Duff, U.A., of St. An drews, Singleton, eldest son of Mrs M. L. Duff, 'Thornton Hall,' Penrith. At Home :. j£jie Masse, 21st, zztiA, 2jrd April. . ' H yonr Sight Should Fail what should happen to you ? Would you not be ruined for life ? 'Your entire earning capacity would be gone, the enjoyment of the beauties oT nature, art, literature, music, etc,- would-cease as .far as sight is concerned. If 'your eyiSi lire dot seeingthings is distinctly as they, should do, if they ache or show other signs of weakness, have them scientifically tested'kt once. Delay is dangerous. Let us test your sight. Correct glasses strengthen .and preserve your- eyes. If glasses will not suit your case we tell you so. STEWART MITCHELL, ?:-i' 'J... 'OPTICIAN, '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 April 1914

?fc ' . ? \ . 4 ? Contractors' Time Sheets are always on stock at The EAGLE Office. Buy Everything at Anthony Horderns The Inclusive plan of buying everything at ANTHONY HOBDEBHS' Saves Money for Town 6 Country offKo. ? i rf POUCV «f TOP Qn&tr «t «HT-M! j Price Act GOVERNS EVERYTHING 10W '? *t Ik HEW PALACE EMPORIUM pUr' ' HAVOC wlti ft. PRICE .1 BOOKS. »3 IU1S (U BOOKSELLERS lird. ANTHONY HOXDERN3' BOOK DErART KENT ollen FAS ul AWAY ibe BEST «!« i. Ik luJ. ud ALL tiut i. WORTH READING u Irnclrt widua mch al ENTRY FURSE Anthony Horderns' Famous Low Ppes i AN tU LXTEST FICTION. STAWARD WORKS j TRAVEL. HISTORY, BIOGRAPHY, THEOLOGY. 1 POETRY. ti» CLASSICS ni Jit ESSAYS o! FAMOUS WRITERS ut »tU»tile. We nuke ? teilore of Butane)? BoraJ PRIZE BOOKS. WRITE for Complete PRICE LIST cl uSa Potl Free u reqwil. Anthony Kordeni & Sons ? Limited, ? Only Universal Providers, HEW PALACE EMPORIUM, Brickfield Hill, SYDNEY. WILLIAM H. WARD, Pupil of Edward King, Newcastle. TEACHER OF ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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The Sanitary Cart [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 April 1914

The Sanitary Cart « « » . On Thursday -morning the sanitary cart passecT leisurely through Vincent street and the stench arising there from caused much discussion in town. , It would be much better surely if the oart would use- Cumber land-street instead of the main thoroughfare. A resident has sug gested that the cart be allowed to stand at the open window of the shire chambers on meeting day so as the councillors .may grasp the full significance of what it-maans to the public. We hardly jihink this neces sary, however, as we feel sure the representatives of 0 JSiding are suffi ciently alive to their .duties to bring forward s^me : suggestion to alleviate the nuisaticey and perhaps'.nbt incbn-. venienoe the contractor. ' — — ^— —— — ? ? ^r Two accidents occurred in Heb burn colliery last Friday-. -3eorge Newinan^a miner, was injured the result o£ mistaking a ..shot.! fired for bis own, and retur.ning:to; iiis work jn||^^j|^.^^^4^^i^rce^E: BwKBfjHMBWiywlMij']fM

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Memorial Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 April 1914

Memorial Services. ? '.? . Vi'»: -.' . 1 Memoral services to the late Bro. Samuel McCormack were conducted by the Salvation Army on Sunday, and jwere. well : attendecli especially:

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Opening of the New Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 April 1914

Opening of die New Hospital. The public having waited so long for the opening of the above institu tion Em Eaton has decided to open a hospital on his own account, start ing from the bottom of the ladder. It is a boot hospital, although he is not a qualified surgeon^ he is prepar ed to attend to- aU foot .ailments. New fronts, broken - haaks, holey toes, and new waists {big'.-or'r littlo) skin grafted on, split sides, all can be repaired on the shortest notice. If you have lost your.siole call on Em and he will give you a good start along the rugged road. \ Step ;in and savo your sole -?$£ 'Ern^, next to Parker's (small go6'ds 'experts),' right in ^hacklefprd's h^le^sjaptery. . v J.f yoii ' want to save, yjaixf}: sole,'* call on Ern. ??-..' ;''?*£???'.'' ?'?'-.' ' ?

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Easter Monday's Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 April 1914

Easter Monday's Sports. — * » » Hitherto there are many people who have left the district at Easter, time solely because there were no local attractions, but now that this difficulty has been overcome the residents are expected to show their appreciation of the efforts of those promoting the spwts on Ea6ter Mon day by giving their patronage on* be negotiated is large and varied and the prize money offered is a record for the district in this respect. Horse, pony, athletic, woodchopping, and dancing events constitute the nature of the programme and as the entries have filled well, only unfavorable weather can prevent the gathering being a record one and the sports being highly interesting and successful. The local trotters and athletes have beed training for some time for competition and already there are several ' certs ' in town. The sports will be held on the* Cess nock racecourse, the proceeds of which are to be devoted to the R.C. Church funds. The band of the Scotch Entertainer...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PAPER No. 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 April 1914

PAPER No. 3. Many were the old gold miners who came to Cessnock to work in the coal mines who were attracted by the likely look of the broken hack ranges as gold bearing country, and many were the pilgrimages made by them in search of gold. Die old hands always would have it that there was gold in the ranges, and for that matter still hold the same opinion. Perhaps the man who had die greatest lauai in tue concents ot tiie mountain was the late Mr. Alex. Watson, who put in mauy months in tunnelling for the precious metal. Mr. Watson discovered, plenty of traces of gold, and although his min ing operations there were productive of little except hard work he never lost his belief that their was metal in the mountains in payable quantity. Mr. E. j. Pepper also drove a tunnel into the mountain, which at one time., was inspected by Professor David. Later the Professor for warded ,,his- opinion .-of this mine, whicli practically amounted to advice to give it up. The advice was followed. ?...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 April 1914

FOOTBALL. The football season was opened on Saturday by a friendly match be tween Cessnock 4th Grade and the Cadets. The game was very ex citing and in the first half R. Willis crossed the line for the 4th's leaving them leading by 3 points on the first half. With the wind in the second half the 4th's didn't seem to do much good as they, seemed to have all the wind taken ? out of them in the_first ,half. Jack Nowland with a nice run crossed the line for the cadets and later' on the '.same- player crossed the line again and J. Me Grane converted the try. When the whistle blew the cadets had won — 8 to 3. This match proves the benefit of compulsory training. The 4th 's claim to have improved their team out of sight since this match and are looking for the scalps of the eadets, and claim they are good things for the competition. -xo-morrow a beneht match for Mrs Goodwin will be .played on Hampton's Paddock between Cess nock and Kurri 4th grade teams. Following is the Cessnook team : R....

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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The Hospital Fete OPENING CEREMONY. A PICTURESQUE SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 April 1914

The Hospital Fete OPENING 'CEREMONy. A PICTURESQUE SCENE. It was a happy idea that caused the committee of the Oessnock District Hospital to seek the assist ance of the lady workers of the various churches in Cessnock to help them bring the -then proposed garden fete to a successful issue. As soon as the heads of the various demonstrations wore written to and the ladies were made acquainted with the desires of the committee immediately they fell into line. By the earnest manner in which they set to work it was soon beyond all doubt that the fete would prove a success. Miss Worgan was elected president, Miss I. Griffiths vicepresi dent, Miss M. Wilson secretary, and Miss B. Gordon, treasurer of the ladies' committee, and under their direction the working up of the movement flourished. With so many enthusiastic workers some thing on an up-to-date scale was expected by the people, yet many were the. expressions of surprise whoa the grand scene was looked upon at the Antarctica last nig...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 April 1914

CRICKET. The following district team has been selected by Mr. C. McShane to tour the Dungog district during the Easter Holidays : — C. Cook (B. Maitland), J. Grey, W. Lane (Bellford), L.' Hungerford, a. .Digneu v.JM3tuDury;i w. Jiicuarvie, A. Rose, L. Rochester, T. Homan, R. Nelson, W. Snaps, C. Morton, R. Shakleford, E. Ling (Cessnock). The team will leave Maitland by the Taree mail at 6.30 on Good; Fri day eight and 'matches will be played on Saturday and Monday.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Cessnock District Eisteddfod. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 April 1914

Cessnock District Eisteddfod. At a meeting of the Cessnock apd District Eisteddfod' on Thursday night, Mr. A. T. Storey presiding, correspondence was read with refer ence to music, which was satisfac torily arranged; xw procuring a special train on Saturday night, May 2nd, for con venience of visitors the secretary was : N instructed to write Mr, Fox, Bailway Superintendent, for information. It was decided, to ask' Sphqplln^ jsjjectors Cornish and Fr&ser to adr t'-'. judicate the original essays* and tha^ ;? the secretary-procure the nainek:;aiifc addresses of the' three adjudicators ''? of the recently-published isueceSgfalt '???-. Australian National Antbem, b :/\ :; ''?] --i-% ;..-.Upjta f^^er/notic^'''--^.'^^:-'^---^''''''' oiaed to hold the Jneetitfgs* ofi Thuri- 3 dap evening each week-till' fiirthfc^^ ;-.: notice.. ; \ . :- ' ; ' : -\ ?? -; ; ???. ^fc.-:- -,Thej3ecretary announced the is-- ;? -- ceipt of -additional 'teiftriei.T \ \-: VM$&& Aafcieeptic...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 April 1914

ATHLETICS. Darcy and McNabb have been matched to fight at Maitland. The semi-final of the boxing tour nament at Cessnock on Saturday night was productive of a good mill between Sox McKinnon and Bildo Edwards. The lads were into it all the time and make things merry. McKinnon was declared the winner, Len Dodds beat 'Typo,' so the final was between Dbdds and McKinnon met, the verdict going to the latter. Sox McKinnon and Bildo Ed wards have been matched to box the best of twenty .rounds.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 April 1914

^ ..-' ^-T^ ' ^^^^^P^^^J^^^ - V.'-.'* i^JiR^-^ ^?^^^^^?byfit , Cessnde^s 1 1 Finest HAT Display ! 1 1 ? ' ? ?? - ??''? '?' -..;.'J.-' ?...;? ;;:; | A fine comprehensive range of Seasonable Hat Styles far away ahead ?.;?'. pg£i_ , of any showing that has heretofore fcqenciacle in Cessnock .We ibarry ;,....??;,..'. .»-& , those hats that arc produced by the leading hatmakers of the World . r:**'.:: ^:§; and price Ihcin at a fimire that means a big money -savingopportunity ? * -$*? ... ?*** .. 'A ? ;- :?? % y^y^^i M ' — ?'? — ; : ': ? '??'-? :-- i SID MONKS & COy | 'Where Cash Counts.' Vincent-st., Cessttock. t|| ^ — '-'-—iff* | FOOTBALL AND 1 Cki -i S TENNIS SEASON 1 9 14 -% We have just opened our new season's supply of Football and Tennis Goods for (he : '?? 1i coming season. As usual our assortment is very good and our prices are as low ps . ?'.?? any city store. Tennis and Football Clubs ask for our quotations to supply you '?'.'??? with your requirements for the c...

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SPORTING. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 April 1914

SPORTING. THE TURF. Kneelah, the local gelding, created a surprise at Maitland races on Saturday by winning the Flying Handicap, The Kensington gelding finished like a Carbine- and beat Modify, the red-hot pot, by a length in 1.15J. Kneelah lias now won six races, and has only Men unplaced four times out of 15 starts. Several punters won a good stake over Kneelahrs win. A local man secured £120 to £10, while quite a number 'nibbled' atJiim. Follow ers of the gelding should be hording up on the ' Get Rich Quick' piinci ple. Adgio, by the easy manner in which lie won the handicap at Mait 'land, on Saturday, shows he is get ting into form. He cut out the lj mile in 2.8 J, aqd won in a fashion which leads to the conclusion lie must run well in the big metropolitan events. Newcastle races are down for de cision to-morrow. The six events have filled well and good racing should result. ' Bullfrog' thinks on his decisive win at Wallsend Mersina will be hard to beat, while Saona, Cacique or ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Aberdare. THE CEMERERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 April 1914

toerdare.; THE 0EMERERY-. At a meeting of tho Trustees of Uie AberdareiGeneral Cemetery, Mr. N. Wilson in the chair), Mr. C. Rose was elected secretary. It was agreed that the whole of the trustees should meet 'at' the 'cemetery- at 2 o'clock -on Saturday, April 4th, to in spect the work to be done in con nection with clearing. The trustees will meet again on Monday night, 6th inst, tto make preparation to call for tenders. When tho tenders are received the trustees' - idea is to submit them to the Govern ment with the hope of getting a larger grant than the £20 already granted. PRESENTATION. A pleasing function took place at Price's Caledonian Hotel, Aberdare, .on Saturday evening, when tho mem bers of the Aberdare braneh of the Political Labor League met to suit ' ably recognise the services of Mr. Matthew Coulsori, who lias been secretary of the League ' for 15 months but had to give up the posi tion through siclcness in his family. Mr. Steve Neato occupied the chair and after re...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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A Neath Case. HORSE AND MOTOR CYCLE COLLIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 April 1914

A Neath Case. HORSE AND MOTOR CYCLE COLLIDE. :' A case, arrising out of the death of a horse at Neath, was decided in the Kurri Small1 Debts Court on Wednesday, . when' John Bailey claimed £10 from! Wi Firth for dam ages for the death of a horse, allege? to have been caused by the negligence ot aeienaanE wnen ariving a motor cycle at Neath, in February. Com plainant stated Firth ? was on the wrong side of the road when he run into his horse, whereas : defendant stated jSo^pkin-nt'slior^eihiedand- ^^%^'4atoJi'im-^nd^0jVaB''ii^t.^pti'.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 April 1914

fR»Wrf vi1 aa) !rt Union fe .;;:? ;; :$&&& Spliisf , *SftSi/ is*- 1914. '; ..,-,. J|' '' -S lilV* :.' . *tt Alp OFR.C 0HURCH FUNDS. ^ ^BEQO^b PROGRAMME OF EVENT& INCLUDING THE FOLLOW I ':.r'/; .-.?'??-. ?? ;- ? -ING:- -- j£ School ;Boys' and Girls* Races Grand Tug-o'-War, £7/7/0 W. Allcomers' Foot Handicap^ 75 yards, Woodchop, ^'10 I £6/10/0. Quoit Handicap £2/2/0, I MfiSfliffli.- Handicap Sulky Trot, Medley Race, £1/15/0 I ' ; -i%Mj£f$f^, -y^. ? .w-.-v ;pony. High Jump, £2/2/0 , ? I i^opfliersl^andieap Trot, Saddle Maiden Hunters' Contest, £2/2/0 f- 'ZMM$?%0li-5-^ ? ...-.*-,*?, %s.iSulky, Turnout, -£2/2/0 'liocal^^ony Championship Trot, Several Splendid' Dancing Events £2/10/6 and Hue ribbon and a host of other Big Prizes -.. w,.v .^v -.- .. See Programme for*further particulars.' ~ ' ENTRIES for events 1, 4, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 14, with the Hen. Sees., on ; Monday, 6th April, at 9 p.m; Other events post entry. I '???.''' J- J- TBAYNOE)Hon. ???? - ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 April 1914

Andrews' Special Values It is worth your ?while paying a visit to the Corner Store in order to inspect, the Special 2 Values offering. , r Winter Goods Now Opening; ! ^ Blankets, Rugs, Overcoats, *c. - The Quality of Andrews Goods are known * to all keen buyers J. ANDREWS, The House The Corner]Store, Highest Qualities for Value. Cessnock Lowest 'Prices. To Avoid Disappointment p j. tjfeg&V Easter Suit-Now! S»S»« J^FTjra| Last year we had to turn orders ^^^/Jte^SCroT SB away and as we do not want a /^r^BBRr^ h ? repetition of this we ask you to yf Jffiffwlk \Jt A Suitable Range of ' . fflB^--^' ^1 B I ^ New Season's Patterns. . -^^^Bk 1 » Don't forget the address «^^^ ? R. PEARTA M-m Depends THE on the ToBor't Tap* for PEOPLES TAILOR, »fc mSng of .^ aaam Vincent St., -Cessnock. i ==aasaaai Do You Require PICTURES FRAMED ' I PHOTOS ENLARGED f OR ? TALKING MACHINES If so, try + The Modern Art Framing Goy., Vincent Street, Ceisnock. W. J. CARRUTHERS, Proprietor. » . ? - ? ». . A...

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The Progress of Cessnock. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 April 1914

The Progress of Cessnock. [Under the above heading articles on Cessnock 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 Cessnock and dis trict.]

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