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Kalingo Colliery [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 29 May 1914
Kalingo Colliery A couple years ago operations- were commenced at the site of the proposed K&lingo Colliery; EUalong, but for some reason was abandoned tempor arily. However, it is pleasing to know a start at trie mine is about to be made again. To-day the heads of the company who intend to work the mine visited the site, and arrange ments have been made to commence surveying and other work, which will start on Monday. The opening of this property will send the EJHalong district along in great style,
Bellbird. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 29 May 1914
Bellbird. _ A stoppage occurred at Bellbird *~ colliery on Monday morning owing to a miner having been told off to work in a place other than he had cavilled for. The manager on being approached agieed to pay the miner ? in question for time lost. The difficulty was thus amicably over , come. . T^v There are 112 miners engaged on the coal at Bellbird mine. The fan will be in working order in about a fortnight, and the machinery is well under way. In about 6 or 8 wee'ks the endless rope will be placed in the colliery, and then many nore miners and hands will be put on, The residents are expecting big v things at Bellbird. Buildings are -. still going up and the hotel is nearing ... - v completion. It is a fine building, an | architectural ornarment to the I locality. The hotel was illuminated ': . the other evening, and appeared 1 splendid under artificial light. It is | reported that the sight caused j ?'' -, quite a thirst in the township. fNA ? ' _____ _—_
Cessnock District Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 29 May 1914
Cessnock District Hospital. m » « - A well-attended meeting of the committee of the above was held on Thursday evening, Mr. M. Baillie presiding. Correspondence was read from Nurse Butledge Newton accepting appointment as matron and mak ing certain suggestions with re gard to appointment of muses, etc. — From the Acting Under-Secretary, stating, the communication to Mr. .Flowers, re opening ^hospital on the 27th, worfld be placed before him o'n his return. — Progress payments were solicited and made to the contractors respectively for the electric light in stallation and the fencing. — From Stores Department re furnishing. — Correspondence received and the secretary instructed to reply to same. Mr. Biggers reported that Mr. Neal had offered to have the school concert repeated in aid of the hos pital funds and he had accepted the proposal on behalf of the committee. The action of Mr Biggers was en dorsed. It was pointed out that the proposed date — next Monday — was out of the questi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 29 May 1914
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Too Trusting. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 29 May 1914
Too Trusting. ? * i » ' ' The local shire councillors have a ? nuB'WgawHor^BrMorflan as a'shrewd man, and of his knowledge of the L. G. Act. Thus it came as a kind of thunderclap to them to hear from his own lips how he fell in over the purchase of a property recently. It appears Or. Morgan purchased the property and neglected to take the precaution to find out, if the rates were dear. No sooner had he be came possessor of the property than h-3 received an account from the coun cil for 30/. — about 7 years rates — ' which he had to pay. The story cast quite a gloom over the councillors.
Current Notes [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 29 May 1914
Current Notes Last Wednesday ttffcprnoon a heavy hail storm broke oyev Mount Vjew, The hail was small but very thick and in a short time the mountain was white. ., St. John's Tennis Club defeated Kurri last Saturday'by 38 points to 29. ~ Trouble appears likely over the afternoon shift. Already several mines are idle. Mr. Biggers will sell by auction at 11 o'clock tomorrow, Mrs Gilson's household furniture and effects. Mrs Claude Anderson, of Allandale road, has been seriously indisposed for a couple weeks, and last Sunday was removed to a private hospital for the purpose of undergoing an operation. A rumour having become current that Mr Fred Barkor, the Ideal Tailor, is -leaving the iown. that gentleman wishes to give emphatic denial to the statement. The work of erecting the new court house will be in full swing shortly. The material is being placed on the ground in readiness and the foundation work has been commenced under the supervision' of Mr. Fitzgerald, of the Public Works De...
Obituary. Mrs. Dann. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 29 May 1914
Obituary, Mr*. Dann. Mr. A. Dann may truly be said to have experienced a hard week. Last Saturday morning his business, pre mises were destroyed by fire, and on Wednesday he lost his wife by death. Naturally, the pympathy of the com munity goes out to Mr Dann in his heavy burden of trouble. The de ceased lady had been ailing for some time and her death was not un expected. She was only 23 years of age and leaves to mourn their loss a sorrowing husband and two children. The remains of the de ceased were interred in the Methodist portion of the Cessnock Cemetery on Thursday, Rev. W. Mills-Robson officiating at the grave. -
Wollombi. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 29 May 1914
Wollombi. Mrs. Hawkins, an old resident of the Wollombi district, is seriously indisposed. Her indisposition has assumed such proportions that the members of her family have been summoned to see her. John Frost, who has been absent from the district for some time, paid a visit on Thursday morning. We expect to see a lot of the white headed old chap for some time to come. The Wollombi amateur dramatists are rehearsing the famous local pro duction entitled, ' The Mystery of a Gramma,' with the object of staging it at an early date. The piece abounds in remarkable situations and ? the detective work knocks Sherlock Holmes and many others bandy. The drama is causing much excite ment here, and the engineer and his motor car, -and even the council staffs' salary is forgotten by all — Barr Tom.
Wollombi. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 29 May 1914
WoIIombi. Mrs. Hawkins, an old resident of the Wollombi district, is seriously indisposed. Her indisposition has assumed such proportions that the members of her family have been summoned to see her. John Frost, who has been absent from the district for some time, paid a visit on Thursday morning. We expect to see a lot of the white headed old chap for some time to come. The Wollombi amateur dramatists are rehearsing the famous local pro duction entitled, ' The Mystery of a Gramma,' with the object of staging it at an early date. The piece abounds in remarkable situations and the 'detective, work knocks Sherlock &nbsp; Holmes and many others bandy. &nbsp; The drama is causing much excite ment here, and the engineer and his motor car, and even the council staffs' salary is forgotten by all — Barr Tom.
MR. H. WEICHART. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 June 1914
MR. H. WEICHAET. Mr. H. Weichart, who is severing his connection with the Extended Colliery, where he was a prominent figure ia the engineering department, was entertained by his friends and and fellow employees of the Extended and Aberdare collieries last Saturdnv. night. There was a large assemblage and Mr. T. Coaldrake occupied th'e chair. The toast of 'Our Guest' was pro posed by Mr. J. Murray, who referred to the manly qualities of Mr Weich art and his ability and conscientious ness as a workman* His remarks were ably supported by Messrs. H. Curry, W, Lindus, J. Owen, D. Chisholm, H. Elvin, and A, Beveridge. The toast was drunk amidst enthusiasm. Mr. Weiohart in responding was moved by the kindness of his friends, the impression oi which would re main a lasting memory to hinf. After the toast of tbe ' Caledonian Coal Company.' proposed by Mr Weichart, supported ty. Merssrs. Curry and Lindus, and responded to by Mr. Coaldrake was disposed of, the toast of ' Mr. L. Weichart, senr...
Coming Again. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 June 1914
Coming Again. Greta is a town that has had ups and downs. But after the great dis aster, the town was thought to be thoroughly done. When the; Softth Maitland coalfields opened many persons ;who owned houses there re moved them in section the the new mining towns, principally Gessnock andjiurn, ojater on, no woven ? wjo :jjpal seam at Greta was tapped again, ?with the result that the olditown is booming again in a small way. The MatSjind Licensing Bench must bate; lnnT:cd upon it as a fairly prosperous r 'a when the decided to ^rant a ik. ;-.c9 for the third hotel. :,:. : -?
Is it True. OUR LIMESTONE DEPOSITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 June 1914
Is it True. OUE LIMESTONE DEPOSITS. An application has been lodged with the Mines Department of Tas mania for a lease of 100 acres on the Gordon Eiver, for the purpose of mining for limestone. It is believed that the application was lodged in the interest of the Broken Hill Pro prietory Company, and that the stone is to be used as flux at the company's steel works at Newcastle. The same rumour was, and is current in certain quarters regarding the limestone deposits of Mt. View and Pokolbin. It is said the company have their eye on a section of lime stone country in the district. If the the company can secure suitable limestone for fluxing purposes close handy to Cessnock it hardly seems feasible they would go to Tasmania for it. If there is any truth in the rumour — and there is no reason why there should not be, and every reason why there should be — then Cessnock will have advanced one step nearer becoming the goal that is already mapped out for it by Professor David — the Birming...
Two in One Ring. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 June 1914
Two in One Ring. At Maitland, on Saturday night, W. McNabb knocked ofit Crocker, the Greta boxer, in the first round. Naturally the crowd were' dis appointed a paying to see such a short-lived mill, and expressed their disappointment. A chap named Thompson offered to occupy McNabb's attention, and McNabb consenting to give the public soine tmng ior tneir money, set to work on his second opponent, whom he knocked out in the second round. It is not often in these days of modern pugilism we find one man- taking on two men in the one ring. It has been said that Billy McNabb loves fighting, and it cerlainly looks as if the statement is true.
The Glorious Uncertainty. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 June 1914
The Glorious Uncertainty, - ? - Is it the glorious uncertainty of horse racing that makes it so popu lar ? Whatever it is there is no denying that followers Of the gee gees are beoomming 'more and more plen tiful. Ten years ago horse racing in the Newcastle and Northern districts was at a comparatively low ebb. £200 in prize money .was ? then the usual thing ia Newpflstlef butjtrith increased patronage the prize money has- ' grovrn out of sight.' Cessnock, to-day giving £160ih prize money, is regarded as small fry,. despite the fact that is is the newest club in the North. Last Saturday's crowd at Maitland races exceeded anticipations to such an extent that the .supply of' race books proved insufficient. On good authority the writer has it that this club'a prize money will ..advance to £500, and horse owners will be given additional inducements. We, in Gessnock, have as great prospects before us as any of the clubs, the trouble is being new the first hurdles have to be surmounted. ?...
Current Notes [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 June 1914
Current Notes Mr. .Fred Higgins is enjoying a trip along the coast of the northern State. ; A driver, guard, and a passenger were injured in a railway . collision at Campbelltown on Monday morning. The revenue collected at the cus oms house,' ; Newcastle, during May amounted to £24,123/10/8. In view ibf ihe probability of an early election, the rolls are to be clos ed in about five week's time. Dentist Boberts does Full Upper or Lower sets of Teeth from £2 a set.* ?'''.-'?.? The court house yard now presents a busy appearance. There's no false alarm about the erection of the. building this timer Some of the Cessnock young ladies who have a liking for hospital work, will probably be given an opportunity of becoming probationary nurses at no distant date; William -Tacbn, of Mitchell's Flat, near Singleton, died at the age of 89. Deceased had been a resident of. the locality for a long time and had been 64 years in the State. ' Mr. D. , Watson 'says there isl unlimited scope f or thede...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 5 June 1914
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