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Auction Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 April 1914
Infection Sales. - ??? J-. iJ^Sti^m 1sa% #por1»d havr ing recently djpiposed of the following paeperties j-t-A. Jenkins 'to Mr. JV E. Henry, lagd lnCbopiw:-street£75; Messrs Wdoa.VBros. (Brewers) to J. E. Henry,! jfand jh--yin9ent-street £325 ; Mr. ^E.'Pairker to -H. Han nah, land m-' yippent-Btreet £350 ; Mr. C. Drilkwater to* A: C. Me Donald, 2 Houses ;;i310.:; Mr. W. Willians to Al C. ; McDonald, 1 house £190 ; Mr % fl. Jonestp W. Prosser, 1 house £20 ,; Mr.; W J. Lane to T. Dunn, house £165 ; Air.' W. Patter son to W. ;Hepplewbite, . land Jtow son-street ?;£&$:} Mt; J. ,B. Ferguson to W. Bick^t'bri, house inAnn-street £256; Mr;^f:Pittyio3;,:Hall^iand, Halcyon-B^re^;-fi8J Mr. J; :Lane, the Dofl;-¥aicBr»t-6tr'eet, to ;J. B. Henry, ^'750 j Mr/J. EM^id to Godwin,A|-efdare-street,1i6use;i'110; Mr. A. Dorjaldson to Mr Printorions, land }C15'-;' ?Mr. A. Donaldson to C. F. Salin, land i ^20 ; Hit. A. Donald son to H. E. Knosmanen, land, Bellr bird, if20 ; Mr. Fisherj Main-si, a ...
Shopping Week for Cessnock. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 April 1914
Shopping Week for Cessnock. The meeting cpj^e^ed hy Messrs Winning and-Ram&ay, '^with the ob ject ot holding ja ..shopping week in Cessnock was tieiiitinr-jbhe School of Arts on Wednesday evening. There were about a dozen business firms represented., J^V. Allen w-b' e^teoV; chairman miLJ$£ WinjynglieoK After general ;dj|qu|sion4jt'^a8: deotted .tosnde|yipVr fc6;4ip](4i|^appT ping oarnival :fr^nl^.jp|^7 ylfr^fa^ 2nd. . 1A ooi^wft.8«^vL:cpJnp^iKing^ :?-? - .y Mes.srs'-^nnin^^n|?*n4fSMinni ???. -.__ were;:*Ie^^:0.;^i^B;^e;;?jt6^jji^ ;'.?'-. ' anS it'toi|fi^'^^^-ya^^'^K|^^i- , '? ? 'would ba^yisibte^iigMv^-W^glir; : gathering the^e0)|^^^a\aaj6)||;h_e|r f-;[ o^opk. jwhen ^^i^6n^;«J!^ . .carblv^^iU^thbroug^y' gone in
Boardinghouse Raided. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 April 1914
Boardinghouse Raided. : The Auckland (N.Z.) police raided a fashionable boardinghouse just out side the city proper and seized a large quantity of liquor, six dozen bottles of beer being found Tinder a1 wardrobe in the bedroom occupied by the proprietress. Boarders were found in the 'act of drinking beer in bedrooms, and unonened hotfclea were found under the table in one room. A guest who' proved to.be a constable in plain clothes, was in possession of a dozen bottles, which he stated were acquired from the landlady at £1 a dozen. The ex planation was offered thatthere was going to be a party in the house.
SPORTING. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 April 1914
SPORTING. m - THE TURF. There arc four horses training at Gessnock now and by the end of the month there are likely to. be three others. Kneelah has 7 5 and Tarilla 7-0 in the Flying Handicap at Wallsend on Saturday. The chances of both these local horses are good, and both ap pear to run well on the Wojlsend course. Members of the Cessnock Jockey Club are reminded that their sub scriptions are now due. - In order to be on the financial list members should square up before next race meeting. - The imported filly, Trinobantes, proved she was worthy of the con fidence which made her a 5 to 4 favorite in the Novice race at New castle. When she made her run the opposition appeared to be left af.nndinjr. The entries for Cessnock races close on Saturday at 6 p.m. and the secretary will be at the Wallsend races for the purpose of receiving entries. The meeting should be a very successful one. The day is a pay Saturday — April 18 — and the course in tip-top racing order. With 10-4 on' his b...
The Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 April 1914
The Hospital t iast Wednesday Mr Fitzgerald, an officer of the Works Department visited Cessnock in connection with hospital matters. He inspected the site with a view to the erection of the kitchen and quarters. We understand his report will favor the erection of a more up-to-date kitchen than the temporary one of galvanised iron proposed. The kitchen arrange ments will include the installation of a hot water supply, and as this will cost somewhere in the vicinity of £100 and a cooking range costing £25, it seems rediculous to think of erecting a temporary kitchen with such valuable contents.
Wanted the Postmaster [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 April 1914
Wanted the Postmaster ? . ? ? ' ?? -»» A man from the country called at the CessnsckPost Office the other day and asked for the. Postmaster. He was told by -&he clerk that the Postmaster was not in. 'When will he be in?' was asked. The Postmaster would ^e \x\ with in hah* an hour. Is there anything I can do for you ?' the clerk asked. '«? ??? - n*u« uy doo me- irost master.' . After'a while the man come back and asked again for the Postmaster. 'He's not back yeti' the clerk told him. 'Is there anything J[ can do for you, or can I tell .him. some thing when he comes ?' 7 ?'?..' 'No, there'aint;iauthi!ci' .you''*. 'can do, and I wish the 'Postolftster Was here. I vi&xA to see if thetejs ? any .maU;^«^'-iania-':^i^ \j&ttfiij$j$^in a
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 April 1914
Ever Noticed It ? Your mood changes with your clothes I Put on -your holiday suit— and you feel like holiday making. Very -well, then — Don your holiday attire and join the happy throng at the . MONSTER ?..'- ; Sports Carnival and Art Union ' on the CESSNOCK RACECOURSE EASTER MONDAY, APRIL 13, 1914. Record Entries ! Record Prize Money ! Record Attendance Assured 1 Allcomers' Handicap Trot, Maiden Handicap Sulky Trot, Local Pony Championship Trot, Pony High Jump, Hunters' Contest, Ladies Driving Competitio.n, Medley Race, Best Sulky Turnout, Wood-chop, Tug-o'-War, Allcomers' Foot Handicap, School Children's Races, and several splendid t Dancing Events. ??.-.? - ? ?- Course in good Gondition. The Crack Trotters of the Northern District will compete. A Gigantic Programme ! Absolutely the Biggest in the Northern District I First Event at 10 a.m. The Sydney Piper's Band will play on the ground. Support the Local Sports and help to Advertise Cessnock. Large Stock of Cool Drinks and Light ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 April 1914
1 Andrews9 S#H*£a/ |/&fips H It is worth your while -p^ying a visit to the H Comer Store in ordertolnapept the Special a. *, A Values-offering. \ ? ? ??; i- ' :' ???'??- I Venter '-_^ods.Now;j|^ f] Blankets) Rugs, I Overcoats, Ac, The Quality of Andrews Goods are known to ail keen buyers J. ANDREWS, The House The Corner\StoTet Highest Qualities for Value. Cessnock- Lowest 'Prices. To Avoid Disappointment f'_4ilg1 __?SB__ ^ Easter Suit-Now! HBSORE /ipjj|| Last year we had to turn orders ^^^/^Stj^SS T^L I away and as we do not want a /_^^H__Snr B ? repetition of this we.aBk you to rj flflffitt *' \JL A Suitable Range of fflL^*^ H 1 New Season's Patterns. _-— '''^ft ' 11 ^ '^Don't forget the address ? -^^^ ™ -f .. R. PEARTA Maft Depend THE ? ._ on the Tdlor'f Tape for PEOPLES TAILOR, '^ p^ rf m, g^ Do You Require PICTURES FRAMED Jl PHOTOS ENLARGED I' OR v ? -) TALKING MACHINES 1^ If so, try The Modern Art Framing Goy., Vincent Street, Cesinock. W.J.CARRUTHERS, Proprietor. Agent...
The Hospital Fete [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 April 1914
The Hospital Fete The Garden Fete in aid of the Cessnock District Hospital which was opened by Mr. Wm. Kearsley, M.L.A., on Thursday evening under such auspicious circumstances, was continued on Friday and Saturday evenings. On Friday the attendance o4- f/U/i tat-.a rxrn.a Inrefn Knf nn Qntiii* day it was larger, and the business done was in accordance. Those who had the fete arrangements in hand had gauged matters well for there was not a moment of lull — but even if there had been the ladies having the disposal of goods in hand would have taken the advantage and made the brief respite highly interesting. Each night a appreciative programme was gone through, and there was en juy ujeuu in jjieuty uh. *ui. j.ne ciiair- man (Mr M. Baillie) was at the post of honor nightly and did much to enliven proceedings in his usual jovial fashion. The Antarctica look ed picturesque filled with people. The fair sex were well represented, and those otthe ladies who under took the business part of t...
A Bright Outlook. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 April 1914
A Bright Outlook. A considerable amount of specu lation in land and property has taken place in ' Cessnock during the past month and many speculators are en deavoring to clinch a deal -for pro perty which they have been trying to secure for some time. This does not apply to small transactions only buji. jto some on a large, scale also. .Apoupjle of coal -»mpan|p£ r^ en lands In thi district, and any day we. may hear -f a purchase being ef fected.. Fo ? over ten years — the life of, pew Oe isnock— the district has been a field for speculation, and pro perty has c [tanged hands over and over again — always at a profit. This speculation still continues, and why should tit not ? There is no town in Au'strajii to-day with the pros pects ahead of it that Cessnock has. Th^vast 'ebal measures, togethet with the rk i resources in agricultur al, viticultu al, dairying, and timber, combine to make a mighty magnet to draw s| eculators and others to OesBnojjk^kd then there is always the knoyrleJ...
Fatal Sulky Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 April 1914
Fatal Sulky Accident. A sulky accident, involving the death of one woman and the serious injury - of another, occurred near Store Crdek in the Orange district on Saturday night. Mr. Peter Quirk, his wife, and two children were driv ing home from a local sports meeting but at Store Creek they picked up a friend, Miss Mockler. They had not guiiu iur umuro Luoy ramo w a uiu which they had to descend. On the way down the horse bolted. Mr. Quirk tried to guide the animal, but despite the driver's efiorts, one of tbe wheels struck the stump of a tree, and the vehicle was overturned. Mrs Quirk was thrown heavily to the ground and rendered unconscious, and Miss Mockler was also thrown heavily. Assistance was soon avail able, but Mrs Quirk was beyond aid, and died about two hours after. Miss Mockler was taken to Orange on a goods train, and admitted in a precarious condition. Mr. Qu^rk, who is a farmer and commission agent at Store Creek, had a lucky escape, for his injuries are not re: gard...
High-Class Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 April 1914
High-Class Concert. Judging by the splendid pro gramme to bo submitted by the Sydney Scottish Entertainers and Pipers' Band in the Cessnock Hall on Saturday night a grand musical treat is in store for those who at tend. In addition to the Scotch songs and dances and the bagpipe selections, in which the company excels, there will be songs of other nationalities, magic and mystery by the ' gay magician,' plantation quartettes, recitations, and Harry Lauder songs. These talented en tertainers have appeared in Sydney and suburbs, and also at many of the holiday gatherings in the country towns, always with distinct success.
Mr. Kearsley on the Houseing Problem. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 April 1914
Mr. Keawley on the Honteiog ' ?? Problem. : ' .In a vigorous speech in the House by Mr. Kearsley in refutation of arguments advanced the Opposition with respect to Daceyville, that gentleman tendered some valuable information and bis address contain ed a fund of good argument. Fol lowing are extracts from his re marks :— r- Perhaps hon. members of the Opposition are not aware of the fact that during the last five years there were nearly 36,000 marriages in tbe metropolitan area, and only 24,000 houses were built in the same period. It is usually thougfit that when peoplo get married they want a house for themselves. Private enterprise has not met that demand. It is as serted that at the present time there are two, three, sometimes four, Bome times five, and sometimes as many as six families living in. tb.9 same house. The argument put forward by hon. members who : support pri vate enterprise is self-destructive. Thev sav that nrivar.n enfarariRn in building houses to meet the demand...
A Narrow Escape. TRAIN COLLIDES WITH TROLLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 April 1914
A Narrow Etcape. TRAIN COLLIDES WITH. TROLLEY. A party of six railway employees, including a paymaster and his assist ant, acoompanidd by Constable Har combe, while riding on a trolley on the North Coast 'railway, near West Maitland, on. Tuesday morning, nar rowly escaped being run down by the Taree mail train. The paymaster was proceeding to the gravel quarry, near Oakhampton, to pay the work men employed there, and the trolley was rolling along the rails in the big cutting along the river side of the Telarah marshalling yards, . where the line makes a curve, when some one cried out in alarm 'Look out,' and 50 yards in front of them came the mail train. The men, jumped from the trolley, and the engine driver applied the brakes, but could not avoid a collision. The trolley was smashed to. pieces, and the pay master's cash was sent in all direc tions, notes, gold and silver. The assistant paymaster made an effort to reach the cashbox,: and was sent reeling to the side of the rails, w...