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Conference of Maitland and Greta Delegates. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 April 1914

Conference of Maitland and Greta Delegates. At a conference of delegates re presenting the mines on the Mait land and Greta coalfield, Cr. J. M. Baddeley presiding, it was decided to request the lodge to take a ballot on the following question : — ' Are you in favor of abolishing the afternoon shift on the Maitland and . Greta fields on a date to be arranged by uumerence. xne Dauoc wiu. ciose on April 16, and the next meeting of the conference will take place at Maitland two days later. The payment on the 10s $er ton basis on the Maitland field as-against 11s per ton at Newcastle evoked considerable discussion, as the miners state the payment on the lower basis means a difference of £1200 per month. The settlement, of the question is desired, and they insist on it occupying the attention of some board so as to expediter a settlement of the question. It was decided to send the chair man and secretary to Mr. Estell for an explanation relative to his failure to meet the deputation, and...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Billiard Tournament. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 April 1914

Billiard Tournament. ? . * * » -. ?? _The seventh flying handicap billiard tournament in connection with the School of Arts was played off on Monday night in the presence of a large attendance. Mr G. Job ling, the caretaker, together with members of the pastime committee run things off smoothly. The final resulted as under: . H. Bolfe, .32 on ,.., - ... 1. E. H. Shackleford, 5 on ... 2

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Current Notes [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 April 1914

Current Notes Sliampoo Granules make cleansing and refreshing hail: wash. From Evans, Chemist: % 1/3* Tlie Easter number of the ''War Cry' is to hand and is very attrac tive. The cover is a work of art, and there are a number' of beautiful illustrations and stories included. Fruiterers and others can obtain a supply of fruit bags at the 'Eagle ' office. Tliere's no need to keep large stocks ; just send along as you run ' out.. The drought in the Western Biyerina is so bad that rabbits is dying from starvation, and stock are being fed on Bomb. TJbe outlook tor the coming winter is as serious as it was in the great drought of 1902. As the outcome of the New Zea land strike, a big labor federationlias been decided upon in Australia. It will include coalminers, transport . workers, and others, to the number of 150,000. ? It is said the champion mean man .of Cessnock has reached the limit having sold Mb wife's false teeth to reduce her appetite. We draw attention to the calling of tender...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 April 1914

- Cessnpck's Finest HAT Display! [? ?:;;??*?; f. Aline comprehensive range or Seasonable Hat :Stylesfer away ahead 4 , ,- . of any showing Uut has heretofore been made in CessiMjdt ,3peeayiy - -£f * '- ' '. ' those hats thai parc,produced by flie leading- lutmakers jtX l^e *p-dd .: -and piriee;ttiem «t a figure tbRt meahsaig-iaonEy-saviigqplporttmity $, , „ fi-n;' .H'forybu ? *** t-..- r '. - ; ill- MONKS & CO, 'Where Cash Counts.' Vincent-st., Cessivock. FOOTBALL AND * Ckt'jl ? TENNIS SEASON 1*114 We have just opened our new season's supply of Football and Tennis Goods for the . ' ' boming 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 you with your requirements for the coming season. ? No. I 2 3 , 4 - FOOTBALLSr-Boys' Basil - ? - 2s 3d, 2s 9d, 3s 3d- 4s.. „ Boys' Leather - - - 3s-- 3sfd, 4s., S* Match Rugby Footballs ? - - 8s 6d, 10s 6d, 15s. Match Association Footballs, ....

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Presbyterian Sunday School Picnic at Abermain. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 April 1914

Presbyterian Sunday School Picnic, -*? ?at.^feriniiiiL'''.:-^^-/''' ' Oa'S^aturdaylaBt tuT3l 'children or . the above school? had their '.annual pionje. The day; was fine and all that could. he desired. -?'?'?? At about 9.30 the children, with iheir teachers, . assembled' at .': the : . - church ancTmarohed frium' there to W~' ithe grounds known as the 'Batf ;:,: Course '—a lovely spot on the bank ? ;r' ola small stream, 'with plenty pf-,i: shady trees and .-quite out- of ? thev?' ? ?town. .; ? ??'.?' . . , ?' ''??'-:.; It was indeed a fine eight to s# e the \: \ superintendentT^Mr Boya^airectulf W ^ the children,' as ^they follbweji their^|; Vf large blue tanner. The old man ? .? never looked better. .-. ' '?'?''- ''''S -'?'.'. Arrived at^the '^pptthe teache^C'1 ^and .other church officers, accota? ? ' ' v paniea^yBev..S. :Brow- (mMsfe)iV ;Mrs ; Birown, and MrV Allison {assi^5-'r'v ,aQt)/.all set to work to provide :|bipSV; the comfort and sport of :.the^$hil(l - ?'?? - j sen.! At ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 April 1914

BOWLS. The local Bowling Club is at a standstill just now awaiting the fixing up of the lease of the ground. The members are impatient at the delay which is unavoidable, still they will be called upon soon to make up for lost time.

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 — 10 April 1914

FOOTBALL. On Saturday the Cessnock and Kurri 4th grade teams met on the Cessnock convincing ground in a friendly match. -The Kurri players rolled up strong but not . strong enough to beat* the local knights of the leather. Cessnock won the toss and kicked off with the wind. First blood was drawn by Jim McEwan kicking a field goal— a bosker — for noofinno.k- A. .'Rorlriam ln.r.or on crossed the line for Cessnock but the kick failed to . materialise. Lennard scored a try for Kurri which was converted, leaving the scores at 5 all at half time. -In the second half L. Bobertson put in a. great run for Cessnock, and crossed the line, a try was then scored for Kurri, Some last tfey ensued from this ; out, and Boon ? af£er-4with L a; 'great* rnn'/fr6m half waj E. . Willis. was over tlie line again for Cessnock. E. /Smith soon after sopred^ain^or Gessnock, and when -thiajwhisijile Jblew the Scores were 6esinock7 li, . Kurri1^. The Kurri payers were treated tdrefresh meiits and /a jolly time ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Opening of the New Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 April 1914

Opening of the New Hospital. . .'.?,' ? ««»?'- ?? ?? ? The public having waited so long for the opening of the above institu tion Ern Eaton has decided to open a hospital on his own account, start ing from the bottom, of the ladder. It is a bopt hospital, although he is not a qualified surgeon, he is prepar ed to attend to all foot ailments. New fro_n.t8, : broken backs, ' hoJev tqgs, and new waists (big qp little) sKin gratceci on, split sittes, all can be 'Tepa.ired.ojQ tbei shortest notice, 'If you havftloat your fole '?eail-fon/'Erjni' and he will givji 3rou a 'gppd start; idong the rugged road.. . Sfcejp-jh $nil sap ' your ' sole .at jBnj^next! ' .ijbo rPariter's (small. jgopa*^|(ett^feji^ti ^^Jjapklefo^l'p ^^s^BJiorW -|

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Easter Monday's Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 April 1914

Easter Monday's Sports. The entries received for the local sports meeting to be hold on Easter Monday is a nattering testimony ol^ the whole hearted work of Rev. Father Kilgallin and his two lieu tenants, the joint secretaries, Messrs P. J. Eyan and J. J. Traynor. All the events for which entries have closed have filled well, so some good sijuiu m asBuieu. me noise, pony, athletic, tug-o'-war, and woodchop events are eacli an attraction in .themselves, 'so there is every reason to anticipate a big muster. Eev. Father Killgallin is a true sport, and in his salad days took some beating at the heel and toe : he is never more happy than when present at a sports gathering watching every con tested sport, and the people enjoying themselves. He has raised the status of sport in the district, and the fact that over £100 is given away in prize money and art union at these sports shows he has faith in the district supporting something big. If the sports are as successful as they should be the...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PAPER NO. 4. 1905. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 April 1914

PAPER No! 4. *; 1905.. . In August the parishioners of Wollombi presentedthe ^v. Father McAuliffe with a purse of sovereigns'. The presentation took place at Mr. J. ? Dean's residence, Mr.' Clarence Lynch in tho chair. Mr; Michael' Cagoey made the presentation, re ferring to the good work *done by Father McAuliffe. ?-?????? ?? Hev. l^atlior JVlcAuHife was also the recepient of a presentation 'in' the fprni of an ©dlargedi. photo ^ftne' Bendiecb .family a,ncl ; a *;#fee; of* sovereigns at Branxton. , f;: ? . ' In the same month ^he- famous. Tin Kettling Band from., Mt, Vie^' appeared before the CeBsfapck ' Coiirt charged with riotous behaviour :m a public place. The Bench consented to allow each bandsman to pay into the treasurery a sum of £1 with costs. ? . A robbery at the Cessnook Hotel caused considerable excitement — cheques, cash, and jewellery to the value of between /50 and £60 dis appearing. A drawer was taken from a bedroom and the same even ing Mr. Barker, who was boarding...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 April 1914

Shooting. Following ? are the results to date of the local rifle club's competition shoot : — ? 500 600 Hep. Tl. G. Barnes 32 38 scr 66 J. Kirk 30 32 4 66 P. Wardlaw 31 33 3 67 W. McLeod 33 30 4 67 C. Callaghan 32 31 4 67 T. Edwards 30 31 4 65 A. E. Kirk 31 26 7 64 C. Horton 31 26 5 62 F.J..Hawkes35 30 2 67 W. McGarviel30 31 5 66 A. T. Kirk 34 31 4 67 There was some good shooting in connection with the competition. Fred Hawkes got the possible at 500 yards and A. T. Kirk and G. Barnes just missed the possible on the last shot. The following team have been selected to meet the A.N.A. Bifle Club at Adamstown : — G. Barnes, Wardlow, Callaghan, Kirk (2), Mc Leod, Horton, Hawkes, and Alex ander. Nine of the above players will shoot for the Mick Simmons' Cup on Easter Monday'

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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GIRL'S HOPELESS LOVE. Murder and Suicide. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 April 1914

^^^^jttdPEL^SS. LOVE/ ' m ??-*- *»Urdor and Sulolde. ^ticilied him because I loved him so. |ij!fe'*'as:aot'f6r~ine,.fae should be'for »;titit^r girl. My love' for him has tor t*4tny life. My last request is that i|2iay^bi buried together.' ftbis was the dying' statement of Miss ise. Pressman, a crettv jrirl with a iby face, fair complexion, chestnut lir and a trim figure, as she lay in a civ-York Hospital Ward to which she id been removed after shooting a hand -me young- salesman named Nathan iase. Miss Pressman had been a ;en6gTapher -in the office of her uncle, fx. fP.ctcr Pressman, of New York, here Chase,' a steady respectable t^Ug fellow was also employed. The tri's infatuation for him was known - .Everybody in her uncle's firm, but ic young salesman, it is admitted, ever encouraged her suit, - and even voided her. [Her uncle frequently remonstrated Iui5'tb« -girl for her lack of reserve, cd urged her to forget Chase. 'Can a iirl lorget that she is alive?' she re Ued,: JJer Irn...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 April 1914

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A Modern Rip Van Winkle. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 April 1914

A Modern Rip Van Winkle. A local resident had ^remarkable dream, this week. He dreamt be had been asleep-for ten years add. when he awakened he didn't know ?where he was. _,0essnock was an* entirely different place. He asked Sergeant Booth (this is part of the dream) where be was, and the dreamer was promptly informed nnnsnnp.tr. TTn of nnnp hnonn fo wonder what had become of his wife and children. After-much searching he found them : his wife hadmarried again and his children had grown up. He endeavored to explain who he was but nobody would believe him, and finally he was kicked out and threatened with arrest. When the dreamer awakened he was happy to find the matter was simply a dream. In bis search for his family he noticed an enormous factorv on a particular site which be sayB he is determined to buy. He's a bit of a sport and looks on this dream as the ' office.' '

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POULTRY. The Moulting Season. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 April 1914

POULTRY. hi :-... ,v The Moulting Season. I As the moulting season approaches, le hens will slacken off laying- and the piling- out of those that it is intended [^?dispose of should be completed, ic ^attention concentrated upon those iajtare being: kept, so that everything )ssible for -the hgalth and well-being ;'the birds may be done during the giilt . This is a trying time for .uoit rd.5, and their profitableness after the |-iilt depends very largely upon the ^?'and attention bestowed upon them fin any large flocks of hens, three ||rent conditions are usually met wh?i id these require different treatment iiScegard to- feed, and the Poultry ex giadyises. that, wherever possible, |2blrds should be divided into differ ^'ijgToups for the purpose, feeding pfh according as their condition in Sirst ^e have the hens in fair fleshy ihri|tipri.- When these stop laying ^f Should -'be yarded by themselves Kftied sparingly uutil they have shed ll^nsiderable quantity of feathers and ?gfe 'comme...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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VICTIMISING BUSINESS HOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 22 May 1914

VICTIMISING BUSINESS HOUSES. The 'Manilla Express' Writes — Last week four local 'business firms ,.were victimised by an artful forger, who passed cheques amounting 'to over fyo. A clean faced man, dusty and perspiring, dismounted his bicycle and entered a local store. He purchased a small article, for which he tendered silver. He, had been viorking at May vale Station, Barraba, so he said, and ivas expecting his cheque by post. He wanted a couple of other thing's -and would -most likely come back again. He came, with- a cheque, stamped at the top 'Mayvale Station,', and bear ing the signature, 'Clifford P. Wilson, Gen. Manager,' the last two words being .stamped with a rubber stamp. The stamping process had apparently ?been done with a. set of rubber letters, which can be purchased at the station ers' shops. The cheque was tendered for a small lot of goods, and a good sum of money was given in change The stranger also presented cheques to three other business places. When the chequ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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A CHINESE PROHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 22 May 1914

A CHINESE PROHIBITION. ? ? -^ »? v ? — ? — A Chinese gentleman, rejoicing in a' name which sounded something like 'Ding Doug,' appeared at the Police Court on Wednesday last, applying for a prohibition against his lady on the grounds that she was, by the excessive drinking of liquor, impairing her health. The following dialogue (or is it duologue ?) took place between Dirrg Dong and the Major: — The Major: 'Who is the woman?' D.D. : 'She livee with me.' The' Major: 'Oh! your wife?' D.D. : 'No, no, .me livee with her.' The Major: 'Yes, you live together as man and wife.' D.D. : 'Alii.' The Major: 'Has she been drinking heavily?' D.D. : 'Oh, velly heavy.' The Major: 'How. is her health? Is she strong?' D.D. : 'Yes, welly stlong.' The Major: 'No, no, does the drink make her weak?' D.Cc. . 'Week'? Oh yes^' often. Sometime two week, sometime tree week.'. .Ul timately Ding Dong got the hang oi things. — 'Moree News.'

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 22 May 1914

AtrciioirEiEiHS' homces. CLEARING, OUT \ Furniture Sale Pay Saturday, May 30th. ARTHURS BIGGERS has receiv ed instructions from Mrs. T. H. Gilson to sell on the premises, Vin cent-street, Cesanook, next Pay Saturday, May 30tt, 1914 at 11 a.m. the whole of her Household Furni- , ture and Effects, comprising : — -'' Large ^wardrobe, dutchess pair, two double bedsteads, wire mat trasses and bedding, beautiful ? oak dining room suite, sideboard, glass-door dresser, dining tables, carpets, basket chairs, phono graph and 24 records, dinner and tea sets, crockery, cutlery, and many other articles too numerous to mention* , ' ' The above will be sold absolutely i without reserve. A. BIGGERS, Auctioneer. Stock and Pig Sales CESSNOOK. Snape Bros. Have received instructions from owners to sell by Auction at their yards, on Wednesday, May 27th, at 2 o'clock. FAT AND STORE OATTLE. 30 PAT PIGS. TO STAND THE SEASON at the. 'HOMESTEAD.' BELFORD, Brilliant Lad SIRE, Plucky Willie, winner of first an...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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IS IT TRUE? [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 22 May 1914

18 IT TRUE? * i » The following' story is* going the rounds of the country newspapers: — One day, when the late W. P. Crick wsa Minister for Lands, there was a little gathering of politicians. Mr. Alfred Edden, member 'for Kahibah, was asked what would please him most ? He mentioned, it was his dearest de sire to, revisit the coal miningr scenes in England, but the cost was beyond him. Thereupon Mr. Crick pulled out bis cheque book and filled in a form for ,£200. The company was surprised, and Mr. Edden astounded. 'Thank you, Billy, but I can't take it. Our party is supporting your Government.' 'Don't be a fool, Alf ; take it ^nd think it over; never mind the .Government, I can afford it.' A few days later, Mr. Edden, not without a sigh, reduc ed the cheque to ashes.

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Cessnock Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 22 May 1914

* -? ' : C«MnocW Hospital. A meeting of the committee of the above vra,s held in the School of Arts on Thursday night. Mr. M. Baillie v occupied the chair, and notwithstand ing the inclement weather there was a large attendance. Correspondence was read from Mr. McGeachie stating that the poles would be erected in time to have the lighting of the hospital completed by the opening date; from Mr. Kearsley M.L.A., stating Mr.Flowers was prep ared to open the hospital on June 13. The committee expressed satisfaction in the former matter, and in the lat „ tet4t was pointed out that June 13 was the date of the Oessnook races, and after discussion was decided te definitely fix on Saturday, June 27th, as the opening date. I The sooretary (Mr. Brown) reported that he, incompany with Or Baddeley and Drs. Macarthur and Hughes, had met Dr. Millard the previous day on his visit to Cessnook re the furnishing of the hospital. The dootor pointed out his instructions were that the '. furnishing of th...

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