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

Farther trouble at karri Hospital. There have been petty troubles at the Kurri Hospital for goodness knows how long. There is always something cropping up to worry those in whose hands the reigns of government are placed. '?.'? Another ^rouble has now been added $o the lengthy list of worries, / Recently the committee resigned in conse quence of a legal letter and handed over tue control of hospital matters to the trustees, and now comes the statement that the trustees were illegally elected. In addition to this an affidavit alleging serious irregular ities in connection with the election has been preparedfor psesentatioh to ' the Chief Secretary. A Glorious (?) Country. — Thus an exchange:' New South Wales is a glorious. country, bounded on tbe north by taxes, on the south by strikes, on the east by the Arbitration Court, and on the west by Trades Hall. It is not ed for .the high cost of living, trades \ union nerersweats, Bport*worshipp ers, v?brk-shunners,never*pays horse racing,...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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About the Mines. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 22 May 1914

lit the Mines, 1 - - *' * In connection with the Aberdare Colliery a tunnel will soon be driven. The' mouth of the1 tunnel will be somewhere in the direction of Neath. The tunnel is for air purposes, but will be found of great advantage in ease of a breakdown of machinery or of an accident in the mine. ' ? « ? ? Mr. C. Gilbert, who has been con nected with the Whitburn Colliery, Greta, for some time, was the reoep-. ient of a purse of sovereigns sub scribed by his fellow employees, on Saturday evening. Mr. Gilbert is leaving for Tanoo. ? ? ? A visit was paid the Aberdare and Aberdare ? Extended collieries on Monday by Mr. Justice Edmunds and Messrs Clark and Peters, the personnel of the Wages Board. The visit was in connection with the afternoon shift inquiry. The mem bers of the board visited collieries working the single as well as the double shift. ? ? ? The coal trade wears a very bright aspect at the present time. It is very unlikely that the trade will show any falling off for...

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

New Books. — — ' * i - The following new books have been received at' the School of Arts : — '' The Streak,' David Porter ; ' The Way of the Strong, ' Cullum ; ?' Where the Strange Roads go Down,' Gertruge Page ; 'An Enemy hath done this,' I. Hocking ; 'Sarah Eden,' E. S. Stevens; 'The Amazing Partnership,' Oppenheim ; ' When Ghost Meets Ghost,' W. de Morgan; 'Cophetua's Son,' John Sutherland ; ' The Golden Eoad,' L. M. Montgomery.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Cessnock's Progress THE GOVERNMENT SAVINGS BANK. A MODERN BUILDING [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 22 May 1914

Cesshockf&roi£res& ?? — ? ' 4 » » ' : ' : : ?'?' ?; ?' ; THE GOVEBNMENT SAVINGS * . BANKj,''- - :4 :' ? ? ;'-:r. A MODERN ;BTJlLDING.v ' Cessnock residents are 'proud of their town, a'nd consequently any\ structure, of palacial-like appearance is welcomed as an additional acquisi tion to a town which is rapidly be coming one of the mpst important in the colony. Apparently the Govern ment authorities took into consider ation the growing importance of CeSBDOck and district when they de uiueu iio oreub & vjoverumouij oaviujju Bank in the town. At the onset it was decided to erect a single story building to do service as a bank only, but after the building had been com menced it was decided to include a residence, making the building one of two storeys. When tenders were called for the erection of the building Mr. W. P. Courtney's tender was accepted, and that, the choice was a wise one cannot be disputed on an examination of the workmanship in the building and f...

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

School of Arts Tournament. * - - ? . The usual fortnightly flying handi cap billiard tournament, 75 up, was played off on Monday evening. There was a large attendance of on lookers and players were fairly numerous. Mr. George Jobling as usual was .in his element as handi capper and general manager. Some uiose games were piayea ana some fairly big breaks made for the dis tance.* Hairy Moore, the veteran cueist showed glimpses of his old time brilliancy. He scored during the tourney a break of 44 and anoth er of 40, while .C. L. Fry made a break of 31. The final was between Harry Moore ^scratch), and W. Bailey (41). Harry was playing well and was a red hot favorite. But, as is too often the case for punters and pot often 'enough for the books, the favorite got beaten. The outsider went to the front at a surprising gait and made every post a winning post. Following are the results : — First Bound— T. Grant, 38 on, beat E. Stewart, 51 ; H. Eolfe, 40, beat F. Higgins, 61 ; A. Donaldson, ...

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

ffi-fer'y^-'^-',^' ''??-; ?'??????? '?'? :'xf-^:y.^'/ V-^iv^ :- ???'.?. '-.:\ ?.;;'-' gS^:':'vj ;-'?.'-''?'.:. ?;..; ;??';! - ??\Vv'^-V'^i-'1-1 ?;?'*? ; ' -M^U'-' '?'??', ..^'.:. ;* ? '?r^ Ids intended 'forthwith to enter upon a complete re view of the Commonwealth Electoral Rolls of New South Wales. It will be;*he,duty of the Electorial officials,, under the law,- to tajte 4»roceedings against any persons.. jvho liave failed to comply with the; compulsory provisions of- the' ?? Electoral Act in respcet'fef enrolment, and to take' the necessary legal action 10 remove from the Rolls on which' they now appear any names which, under the law, should not be retained on such Rolls. Every qualified -person not already correctly enrolled, including every elector who has changed his or her. place of living but who has not tal^en the necessary action lo secure correct enrolment for* the. Sub-division of the Electorate in which he or she lives and has lived for a.- period .ot.jiot less than on...

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

Pnino is. absolutely the best, medicine for ku%sfy'&?^&*. Coughs and Golds he has ever bad. ....-: *~ gifk CESSNOCK^ HOTEL. Under Ehtirely New Management. The proprietor of the Cessnock Hotel desires to intimate that patrons may rely upon every attention. The Cuisine, attendance and appointments are of the be$t, likewise (he brands, of Ales, Wines, and Spirits. Extreme care and supervision of management is the watchword, and the general conduct of (he hotel will be found right up-to-date in every department. James Attwater, Proprietor, Cessnock Hotel, Cessnock* To Avoid Disappointment- r^SIS* CSfiS^V Winter Suit-Now I MEASURE f^H BIT Last year we had to turnorders ^**^/^tefSf&lW - H\C away and as we do not want a /^^^?Befer H B repetition of this we ask you to I^T fiSflPRsil H S, A Suitable Range of Wk^2*^$ H J New Season's Patterns. ' ^^^Bk ? 1 ? Don't forget the address ? ^^^^ 9 ? f - R. PEART A Man DCpend8 peopleTtailor, ^J^'JZJH the Fitting of his Cloth* ...

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Cessnock Land Board. Messrs. Capper (Chairman) and Henry Croaker, on Bench. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 22 May 1914

?? 1; ' - ' ' 'V- £?? ' ** '? ?'???' , -, Messrs. Capper (Chairman) and ? Henry Orpafeer/ on Bench. ' At a meeting of the Land Board at the Cessnook Court House on Thursday morning Elizabeth Amelia Kepple, as holder of a miner's right, applied for an improvement purobase of lot 2, seotion 10, village of Koars ley. The question arose whether a woman not living apart from her husband was competent to apply for an improvement purchase, it being shown that Bhe was not tbe owner of tbe improvements on the land covered by the miner's, rights After evidence had been heard, applicant, acting on the chairman's advice, withdrew her application, and the board authorised the return of all moneys lodged. Patrick J. Ryan, Neath, applied for an improvement lease of lot 4r section 1, Neath, be being the holder of a miner's right transferred to him by Donald McKenzie. This appli cation was made by McKenzie not by applicant, and the chairman; ad vised him to withdraw and lodge an application in his o...

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Current Notes [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 22 May 1914

Current Notes 1 W ? V . Trade-unionists in New South Wales are to bo invited to submit to a shilling levy towards the Federal elections fighting fund. Tenders for the erection and com pletion of a Brick Manse at Cessnock close on June 30th, with the secre tary. Mr. Charles Jackson. For particulars see advt. A Newcastle firm has purchased the corner allotment opposite the site of the recent 'fire in Vincent street, and intend to start business right away. A rumor, named Robert Shaw, 27 years of age, was killed at Stanford Merthyr Colliery on Thursday morning. A fall of coal was respon sible for tbe Bad occurrence. For Children's llaeking Coughs at Night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, is6d. A meeting of the Cessnock Bowling Club will be hold in Cales' Railway ^[oteloii Tuesday evening at 7.30..' The principal business of the evening will be the consideration of the lease of ground which has been drawn up. Two local businesses have changed hands. Mr. T. F. Higgins has dis posed of his ...

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

it-? -.??:;?.?? ??:??? ; - ?? ? ? -*::.?:, Shampoo Granules make i cleansing *2 .and refreshing hair wasn,\ From f- :: ? EVA3US, Chemist.. 1/3*- '? . f ;.??.? ?'?,???, ? for Bronchial Qbiigh's, frke' m ' ;? :' , : Woods' -jreal Peppermint Qnre, is Cfl

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

' 'I ' - - ? ? . . .:? ???.'? FOOTBALL. , Cessnook Senior -League ? players got a great old drubbing at the hands of Kuiti Kurri at Maitland on Saturday. Towards the conclusion ;of the gftjne one of the Cessnock players waB sent off the field by the : referee and the wjiole team walked '^qff^itititrnolt Vbf^re the scdrelsf ood-at '??l'9jo 3 in Kurri's favor. ? ^Picken, the Kurri team's captain played a splendid game in the match iag^inst' Cessnock. If he can keep ^'lip tbe class of play he has com , ihenced the season with, Picken must be included in the best repre t.iBentative teams. '; ' Saturday's 'gruelling was the worst ever the.\Cessnpck Seniors have ;vfiuffered. VPhey have seldom been iefeitedi and when they were the margin of points was small. The -players seem to be lost without the -controlling power, of ex-captain Dixie i.JEtuaSell.; There's nothing left ,ferit Dixie than tp. come into the garnaje again. f Maitland 'United defeated Easterp ? Sublirbsijy 6 pdirifo tb 5. ^<...

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

^ ? _ I»J - ' __ _ ? ' r * Lord Curson Delivering his Famous Speech, Hilton Guest, TAILOR. Just arrived : Two dozen English Overcoats. Latest in Style and -Newest Materials. Silk Lined at £i '°s Tailor-made. Up-to-date Overcoat at 55/ Aberdare St., Weston. , Vincent St., Cessnock near Snape's Produce Stores Buy Everything at Anthony Horderns The tneluelwo plan of buying everything at ANTHONr H0B0ERH8' Saves Money for Town &amp; Country alike. rE POIJCT ?( TOP Quito «t BOTTOM Pri« llit GOVERNS EVERYTHING %-M ?I At NEW PALACE EMPORIUM pttp HAVOC wift iW PRICE .i BOOKS, ul HITS 1 Ibe BOOKSELLERS Uxi. ANTHONY HORDERNS' BOOK DEPART MENT ottert FAR ui AWAY Ac BEST «lm 1 in &amp;» Uai, urf ALL tat u WORTH READING h troollt witUa ruck .1 EVERT PURSE tironib (Ik titter si Anthony Horderns' Famous Low Prices AU tl» LATEST FICTION. STANDARD WORKS TRAVEL. HiSTORT, BIOGRAPHY. THEOLOGY. POETRY, Ite CLASSICS mat tfe ESSAYS o! FAMOUS WRITERS art mikU«. We mtke . ft.hr. ?( Hultoadj BomJ PRIZ...

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

Life is full of toil and trouble, . ? If you make it so, '. .7 ? ' ...' ? . 'And one's worries all seem double When you welcome woe. . Don't be always 'meeting sorrow, , . ? Look the other way - .. . .TalceWoodsVBeppermint.Cure to-morrow— ? iiMVou'lI'be bright and gay. ' .., ?'_.,.- s^heri ??charged .at the Central' 'foe Court, Sydney, on Thursday, vUli failing to put. in appearance ^t t'-jDarlinghurst Sessions, to aiiBwer ?1 0'iarge of robbery, ^BilantineEdgar, . told Mr. ClarKS.^.thiit :^ Was^l at the time his trial ^ was fixed. He got drunk, and knew nothing: more until he found himself in a railway carnage.- Accused was committed ;fj^jb^V:v.^^:-j.-v^-:^-;^;^':--^y

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

ATHLETICS. , Joe Shakespeare is a bit on the unlucky side. After working the . game up from bedrock he's to en- counter opposition. Sox McKinnon and Bildo Edwards met in the local convincing square on Friday night, 'and after an excit ing 12 rounds the towel came in. from Edward's corner. Joe Grim, who jumped into the pugilistic limelight in a sudden manner, has been looking for scalps. : Sox McKinnon has consented to oblige him and thinks he can put joe to sleep. Joseph, however, smiles in his Grim. way. The mill will take place in five week's time. The unexpected happened in Mel bourne on Saturday when Hilburn Sajlorj who was hitherto regarded : ; as a'ibdxing wonder, was defeated on points hy Ered Kay, an ex--amateur. Kay was knocked down several times and'showed wonderful capacity , for taking punishment. Kay showed y. remarkable science. '.'.-:?' .? t - - ??'

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

SPORTING. THE TURF. The double at Newcastle on Wed nesday was won by Eenkerna and Offa. Trafalgar is back in work again, .and the public are anticipating see ing the* chestnut regain his old form. We haven't got a horse to-day who stands out as a champion. When the Cessnock sports left for Newcastle races -on Wednesday morning the weather did not give promise of rain and few of thorn took their overcoats or umbrellas. They got the greatest racing exper-' ience ever they received in on day. There were in all 45 Sydney horses completed the journey to the 'Newcastle races. They won four races out of the twelve, which' Bbojyis that in heavy 'going the Newcastle and country* horsen can more than Hold their own with the prads from the metropolis. The Newcastle Cup was run last Saturday under adverse weather conditions. There we're 27 starters of which King Mostyn was favorite at 4's, with Sir Alwynton next at 6's. The two favorites singled out , in the straight and Sir Alwynton proved the...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Correspondence UNDULATING FOOTPATHS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 22 May 1914

Correspondence ? TO THE ^EDITOR. - -flir.-^While * agreeing | with your correspondent fo. ; His -remarks con cerning the want of uniformity of our footpaths; in concluding his remarks' he makes an assertion that the engineer has refused; to supply levels. It appears to. me that either ' Observer' takes much for granted, or else, as should be the case, but I think not, the writer knows what he is talking about. Looking at the question in a common sense way and without prejudice, no one could accept the statement that the en gineer bas refused to supply levels. But it cannot be disputed that our footpaths are at all heights and grades, a state of affiairs Bomebody must be at fault for. People have no right to build their footpaths without Beeing they get the proper levels, and the council should not allow them to be constructed till same were supplied, under a penalty. The beauty of a town in this respect depends on the council, and it is to be hoped the future will show better attent...

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

?' f mrm ?????./)?? Bellbird has reached another stage of importance by the appointment ot. a local resident as a J.P. , Mr. G. J. Judge, the company's popular cheok weighman, is the latest-acquisition to the ranks of the Justices of the Peace. Mr.' Judge is t-ne of the oldest residents of modern Bellbird, having been- connected with theicol liery from its inception. ? ? The White Bbse Sooial Club, opened the ; season ' with a grand ^baH on Monday evening. The was a vep^. fair attendance; and a most enjoy able evening was spent.. -Daneipjg was commenced shortly after 8 p.iv to' splendi4 jnnsic supplied;, by ]?\ Suzor- ; (piano) ',$ J. Hartley -{yio1iri). and:A.- Anderson (cornet); while Mj- S;' Davis .made an/efficient' M.C; I Towards .midnight the dancers had worked up - splendid appetites, arid thoroughly appreciated the good th^gs;i»pyi4ed;,- Tji^ cifttings-^lthV; %w^#s^^^'*^i^ip§8d;

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Review of Commonwealth Electora Rolls. WARNING TO PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 22 May 1914

Review of Commonwealth Electora Rolls. WARNING TO PUBLIC. A complete review of the Com monwealth Eletcpral . Rolls for this State is now being by the police and it isannounced that it will be the duty of the Electoral Officials, under the law, to take proceedings against per sons who have failed to comly with the compulsory enrolment provisions of the Electoral Act and, further, to t.n.Wo the neeessarv Legal action to re move any names which ought not to be retained on the Rolls on which they now appear. * It should be spec ially noted that no additions to the rolls may be made except as the result of properly completed claims, and that the police on this occasion will not'supply Claim Cards. All qualified persons who are not already, correctly enrolled and all electors who have changed their places of living but have not taken the necessary act ion to secure correct enrolment for the subdivisions in which they now live (provided that they have lived: therein for a period of not les...

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ROAD FROM WOLLOMBI ROAD TO VINCENT STREET. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 22 May 1914

ROAD FROM WOLLOMBI ROAD TO VINCENT STREET. TO THE EDITOR. Sir, — I read with interest a few issues since your advocacy of the construction of a road from the Wollombi road to Vincent street, thereby reducing the travelling dist ance to and from Cessnock railway station by about a mile each way. It has been a surprise to me that the need of such a road has not been a matter of more moment to the jeppiS OI UBB8UUU&amp;, UUIl UU UULLU thought and reckoning up the people on whom the working up of public matters fall, I find that the majority of them have vested interests in a particular portion of the town which may temporarily suffer in a business way by the opening up of such a street. There are none who will not admit that a short road as above mentioned is necessary, yet notwith standing this what is being done to satisfy the necessity ? The feelings of one or two in such an important issue must not be considered. What is the matter with our shire couucil representatives ? Are t...

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

Time Payment Case. &amp;nbsp; At the Cessnock Police Court on Tuesday.before Mr. C. H. Gale P. M. , Rose Wall was charged with detention of articles of the total value of £17/15 /4, the property of Messrs. Fry Bros., of Cessnock. Mr. T. A. Hill appeared for complainant. Defendant did not appear. — Cecil R. Smyth, manager for Fry Bros, at Cessnock, deposed that defendant hired furniture from the firm under agreement (produced)which was signed by her. Defendant had only made two payments under that agreement. Owing to continued non payments witness made several de mands for tbe furniture, but it was not given up. On one occasion when witness went to defendant's place to make a demand he was turned off the premises. Witness saw defendant the day before sitting of the court, and she said she did not intend to &amp;nbsp; appear. — In reply to the bench Mr. Hill said he was not prepared to pro ceed ex parte. He wanted to bring defendant before the court. — The bench ordered a warr...

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