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Hospital Matinee by Boxers. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 12 June 1914

-Hospital -Maggec by Boxers. — At the Cessnock Stadium on Sat urday afternoon a matinee was given by a number of boxers under tho management of Joe Shakespeare. There was a very fair attendance, and the boxers gave an exhibition of the noble art of self defence. The boxers present 'were ; — Jack Burns, Jack Paisley, Phil Kembrey, Gus Kembrey, Bildo Edwards, Matt. Campbell, Frosty Darcy, Sox MeKinnon. A collection was taken up in aid of the hospital and the takings totalled £2 13s.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Undecided. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 12 June 1914

Undecided. * » » . It is told that a racehorse' owner in order to get a big price about his horse a Queensland aboriginal was given the mount. Despite this fact the bookmakers declinea to lay better than even money. Tbe owner determined the price was n*t good enough and in structed the jockey not to try. It was a long distance event and the owner had to pass the stand twice. As they raced past the stand the first time tbe even-money chance was pulling hard in front, aud his jockey in dispair was screaming out — ' I can't hoi' 'im boss ; what'll I do ?'

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An Aboriginal Jack the Ripper. THE BOOMERANG BRAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 12 June 1914

[?] k.v-':; tfffiB^BOOMB^i^^RANI): ?? |te; ' : [Written by Tom Marti , i^V* K 18 nearly 50 years ago since I f:v(i)eoiitnev friendly with a tribe of ab ^/Ibrfg'mals^ wjhio we.re camped in the j^'i^Kam'qlong' ^'strict. When time lj:*|iing'h^avy I ''gen erally rode over to ?^ISewpft brjugiug a few presents in ^^fc«ie3Bhiape of tobacco for the adults, gjln«ti3 a couple of pounds of boiled loll K'v vie? for the; picininies and girls. 0 .When my fame as a benefactor bo |^x °&,me known {and I may say a good -| ^turh spreads rapidly among the |5 ^^tjlacks) they used to look for my |SL ;%qrbing, and I noticed after my third §Ji- : ^isit'not a few- strange faces among l^istbe occupants of the camp. Among fe^^Ofle \pbo sifceially regarded my visit |s^'-jis friendly was an old man about 55 fti^je*!* of «go; he was the brother of a ^^B^^^;!i^uft^:^a.8 injthB Wyong |pf^6j^,i ;-%-!. wlio'^.x^vSaia'vr.as pl&powerfui amoDgiiis^O followers. On SS 0y^n\ii^on;.e. particular, Sunday the...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Union Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 12 June 1914

local Union Sales. c Knape Bros, report :— Good supply-; .'^0, of produce forward at our sale| on . ; ;i^| Tuesday last and with a good atten- : '', iM dance of buyers present prices were ~;V well up to ruling rates. We sold— : ? ', Eggs 2/ to 2/2,. butter 9d to lOd, v oranges, navel, to 1/ for large and geod quality, smaller 6d to 8d doz., common 4d to 8d doz., mandarines, large to 9d, others 3d to 6ddoe., , ,- Lisbon lemons to 6d, common 3d to: ; 4d, new potatoes to 3/ qr., sweet 1/6 ' to 1/7, peas 1/1 to 1/6 peck, beans ' ; 9d to 1/, pumpkins 2/6 to 3/ doz ; .*. : M ^cabbage, large to 4/, small 1/ to 1/8 . * turnips 1/9 to-3/ qr,, beet 1/6 to 2/ '' dozen bunches, cauliflowers, good 6s to 8s doz., medium 3/ to 5/. Poultry— -Roosters, good to 4/ pr., hens 2/ to' 2/6, ducks 3/ to.3/6 pair.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Stock and Pig Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 12 June 1914

Stock and Pig Salea. Snape Bros, report: — We had a few fair quality stock forward at Wednesday's sale which cleared at fair market rates. We sold on ac count of P. Kelly, 6 heifers at £4/2/6 3 steers -at £4/2/6, 2 cows at *4/2/6 1 vealer at £2/17/6,. 1 small calf at £1/5/-. , ? Pigs— 22 yarded being good quali ty porkers. Buyers were well re presented and good prices ruled. We sold on account of following owners :— E. Sternbeck, 7 at /'4/5/ 0 Vickera, 1 small at £1, J. Homan 1 porkers at £1/11/-, R. Dillon, 5 at £1/4, 5 at £1/2/-. ?

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Racing Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 12 June 1914

?:?/' ? ? ' » « » . ., . — '. ?? -, ' ; ', ;In' one' of the -leading clubs,' tKeE ''following amusing racing 'story wd|| sisecently related by a'well-knowa| ?member. A certain bookmaker at a'li' imporfcant meeting had had a bad ?fjay-^-iil' fact, very bad day. 'His iibok had gone to pieces after tbjs race of the day, and when he hajlj thrown bis wallet away he did ttjit distance between the course aiid the ifcailway station in record time, bea|g jihg the pursuing crowd by inanjjr; lengths. Unfortunately, he wag] tactless enough to hit a policeman i^yho did not get out of the way ^qtuick enough, and tbkt.is'hqw-lm icame to pass the night in a cetfr: k:\ ? ? There were so many mOri lbdgjr^| ;^,t the-King's expence :^hat. trie^boojfri [inaker's case did not come up till la-p.| bn the following afternoon. -All daj^ fee was, in a fever to get out befori; the big race on that day -was;rnn, buV sit was ubt to be. . 3 t- When he knew the race must bo^ Vbver,:he tried to find out what, ha-T ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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New Show Ground. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 12 June 1914

New Show Ground. In the past residents have not not shown anything like the interest the. the local A.H.P.F,A. Association they should have done. However, the secretary, Mr. Walter Morris,' with a small band of workers— a very small band— has kept plodding ahead convinced that the lagging public in terest will awaken and that 'the iittie green 6pot on the top of the hill,' commonly known as success is insight. The efforts of the officers and committee to secure suitable land in Aberdare Park for a show ground ha^ been successful, and on Tuesday night at Wlnkleman's Hotel M the election for trustees for same % will take place. All interested in 1 the movement are invited, and it is * to be hoped there will be a large ; attendance present; for the objects of the association mean the advance ment of the town and distriet.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Cessnock Hospital. TO BE OPENED ON SUNDAY 14TH JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 12 June 1914

Cewnock Hoipital. TO' BE OPENEDT ^»T |tf NBA^ ? ?'? ??-'????iim-iipW;^^1-' A meeting of the committee of the above was held in tbe;Scbppi of Arts on Tuesday evening. 'Mx.W. Baillie presided over a large .attendance. MV. Kearsley, - U. L'.A. j? was among those present. - . .-? Correspondence was read staling that Mr. Flowera could Btay over visable by the committee,— Discus- sion ensued and it was decided to hold a. banquet on Saturday night in honor of Mr. Flowera and Dr. Maitland, and a sub-committee was appointed in connection therewith. The chairman said he had inter viewed Mr. Davies, conductor, of tbe choir,' with, the object of getting the choir to sing a couple of pieces at the opening of.tlie.liospital ceremony. . The secretary repprted having written to the Cessuock and Kurri. bands re their services on Sunday afternoon. Kurri Band . Kiad ex pressed their willingness 'to come if vehicles were provided. It' having been intimated that the Weston bandsmen had also, signified t...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cessnock Races. TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 12 June 1914

Cessnock Races. TO-MORROW; '' i-% Those who have a tendency to patronise local sport, as well as thpse who follow the gee-gees, are not likely to overlook the fact that Cess nock races are down for decision to morrow. There is no disputing that the popularity of tbe local racing body is becoming more pronounced each meeting, and a few years time will see the Gessnock Club one of the most prosperous in the State Tho struggles against the' unfavorable conditions — principally inclement * weather— have retarded tbe club's progress, but all that has now been overcome and the club is marching in line with older clubs. To-morrow's entries constitute a record, the five events having a total of 76 entries and are made up by 48 horses. -1 Great interest is being manifested in the races all over -the district, the. ' secretary having been beseiged with 1 enquiries for information. H The following have been selected ' by Bullfrog' as the likely winners : Flying Handicap. Gold Finn ... 1 Lucill...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shire Council [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 12 June 1914

Shire Council . ?--♦. — — »-?»???? The usual fortnightly, meeting of the above' was held in the council chambers ' on Wednesday . niorriingr There were present . Crs.' Johns (President) Baddeley, Snapo, Morgan, and Forrester. . The president submitted the follow ing minutes : (1) ' That we make a request to the— Government for a rtranf. of f.Aftn trtw/irriB t.hfi Armrrlarfl Neath Hill road without further com mittment. (2)!|Tnat we ask the A.A. Co. what; would-be the lowest cost to construct;* a bridge across the' railway line on the' road Aberdare to Kearsley town ship, and what are they prepared to contribute towards cost of same.' — Both motions were adopted. Re the question of consideration of the Government to pay either rates, on Crown Lands or else grant the equivalent to* the amount' of' rateSi the- clerk recommended; Mjhe Land s Department be asked to supply, information re ?. unoccupied ; Crown Lands.^-Adqptod.;. , - '. '. '^r ; CORRESPONDENCE.'^ . ' Monthly cattle slaught...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Late Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 12 June 1914

I«ate Sporting. The following acratchings are to liana for the Cessnook races : — Lady Malster and Rexona, all en gagements. Also fit. Xeo, Yuelgatde, and ,- Havospec. The bookmakers again -came out on top at Newcastle races on Mon day. In two events 'the favorites were successful, but in the other four tbe public were astray. The public kicked up & fuss at Wollsend races on Saturday when, in the last race of the day, v jrisco Lass was declared the winner, ,Tbe'- ';*! favorite, Job* iQi»ferpatB;JaEpe«Hieil4;o t*$

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Kirkton Vineyard. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 12 June 1914

Kirkton' Vineyard. « » » Kirkton vineyard, near. Singleton, which was recently purchased by Lindeman, Limited,- is -not only the oldest vineyard in New South Wales, but the home of the parent stock from which spread the vineyards of the Hunter, and from stage tb stage; all- *ver . the mother stater It mis there that theiate' Mr. J, Busby in the/year 1830 pianted over 350 ' var ieties of grapevines wuieh' he had imported from France and the Rhine, provinces, Tyith the idea of testing the soil and climate of this country for their successful cufcivation. And from the picked varieties, which velopedj the whole of the early vjne ; yards in -the Hunter Valley district were ;planied^ ?'?'?; For over 84 years JjiAton /.vineyard has survived tire effects of time Abrl change and to-day tjiere are still some of the .original stock; bearing as well as ever it did three-quarfcj&rs of a cebHury ago. It is noteworthy' that in all these years the Kirkton vineyard was never once been., visi...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 12 June 1914

^fitft^ .???? : k ?'?'- ^ ??-??; - ^l*6 Arcadia. Under New 'Management. Bllf , ? This Saturday pi i^lTragedy of the Clouds Ifp^v.v--- ?.:?'-.?-? :. - ? :*%&£ ogee fires. improved coyerin $$*&/? :?'? ? ?-?:-?????? ? ? . . ifN^ £''--? 'v : . — r* — — — — — p|§ t If it ; is to be' had h||| j^HE^E — — ! ? lpS$^; ;?/??'?' ' . ? t^MikK'r /?? ? . In Medicines, patent or proprietary ???.:. Jtlpt^ v' ? ' rerqedies,. or pharmacy sundries ^ffiiir',' ?'.'?' ' . our slock is complete. ?'.?'-.? . BftJii'' ?' ~' ' '*'??' :Wo have scores of items not to lie Bp£-V? '???. ?' found elsewhere in -this locality. ' . ? EKCf—'1' ?'- ' * '?''?' ' ? p^i* .. We also handle proprietary remedies that are not advertised, for sale by us; WS.-r' '? ? ? out a'm Beinglb provide, -us far as possible, everything that anybody in the' ?Kg^'- ''?:,'. ..; community has need of. ?. ; ? ; ; . ' ,. ?_ . .? life'- ? ? ? :; '? C ?'?-??*-' -' ?::?': \: .' '.. ?BF PHARMACISt ? CESSNOCK. | :- ?-'-?'-?' ??'? ... -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 12 June 1914

ZSendme a Bottkdf COUGH REMEDY jM TCmShH* EEV. J. DENNY, Adamstown, says :— k llS^WS^' Pruno is absolutely the best medicine for ' ?-? t * ^JiiC^'JgHBlL— Coughs andColds'he has ever had. *-' r ^ I .?--'..?' .,.'.' CESSNOCk_ HOTEL. Under Entirely New Management. The proprietor of the Cessnock Hotel desires to intimate that patrons may rely upon every altention. The Cuisine, attendance and appointments are of the best, likewise the brands, of Ales, Wines, and Spirits. Extreme care and supervision of management is the watchword, and the general conduct of llie hotel will be found right up-to-date in every department. James Attwater, Proprietor* Cessnock Hotel, Cessnock. To Avoid Disappointment l^^s^o. /SfcgS*^^ Winter Suit-Now ! MEASURE J^jpM H| Last year we had to turn orders m^^^j^SjS^Snm JPw away and as we do not want a . * /_J%H&Sk*J H B repetition of this we ask you to Vj 1||SH} h F. New Season's Patterns. ' ^i' J^^f'*- ? ' ''?€«- Don't forget the address- — ^^^^' * ? J R....

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TENNIS. ELLALONG V. CEDAR CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 12 June 1914

TENNIS. . Ellalong v. Cedar 'Creek. The above clubs met on the latters court ia'sfc Saturday and after a stren uously and friendly fought contest tbe visitors proved victorious by one game. Luncheon was provided by the Cedar Creek ladies in tbeir usual good style; Fpllowing is tbe result : . ? E.. C.C. V. Chapman & Miss M. Bridge v. 'W. Hawkins and Miss V. Craft ... ... 2-6 ' W. Bridge & Mrs. Bridge v. C, , Craft & Miss B. Craft 6—2 B. Coombes & Miss L. Bridge v. P. Glark & Mrs L. Ho well 6 — 4 B. Powell & Miss C. Bridge v. W. Clark & Miss E. Haw kins ... ... . 3—6 L. Chapman & Mies M. Bridge v. E. Sweetman & Miss V. Ciaft -:.??-. .-..-?..?. 3—6 ^ V, Chapman A Miss L.Biidge. , Sum v. ^^^to.gaafl;p^si^^V' B. Coombes & Miss C. Bridge v. C. Craft & Mrs. Howell 6—5 B. Powell & Miss M. Bridge v P. Clark & Miss M. Haw - kins ? 6—3 L. Chapman & L. Bridge v. W. Clark & Mis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 12 June 1914

For Children's Haeking Coughs at Night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, is 6d. _ Snape Bros.' stock and pig sale neet Wednesday afternoon. Shampoo Granules make cleansing arid refreshing hair! wash. From Evans, Chemist. 1/3* Dentist Roberts does Full Upper or Lower sets of Teeth from £2 a set.* . ' ? SUBSCRIBERS who do not reoeife t|ie_ ''EAGtiE' please ?'

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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The Council Staff's Salary. RISES GRANTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 12 June 1914

The Council Staff's Salary. - RISES GRANTED.. '. At the meeting of the council on Wednesday the president submitted a report of the finance committee as a result of their enquiry into the question of the increase of salaries of the officers. The president said the information from the various shires respecting salaries paid and duties performed had been gone, into and compared with similar payments and work of their staff, and as a result of their deliberations they had decided to recommend that the salary of the shire clerk be increased by £25. a year, the assistant clerk's by £26 a year, and the sanitary clerk's by £13 a year. He said the committee had not been quite unanimous about the sum of increases. Cr. Forrester said he was surprised when he saw- the comparision of their clerk's salaries compared with those paid by other shires. Cr. Baddeley asked that each ap plicant for an increase be dealt with separately. He' understood the in quiry would touch the work and re-, ?numerat...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 12 June 1914

Sid Monks and Go, Cessnock. The Mercers and Clothiers Who ~ Save You Money on Every Single Article. Boys* Sweaters Marvellous Value '',..2s lid, AU 'Wpol.'^ Stetson Shade in Lounge Hats, narrpw leaf, 2in. band, .8/11. We stock Stetson's Hats, 15)6 ;:^ 25/- ; Woodrows and - Borealino's 10/6 to 12/6. - ' Fleecy Lined Singlets 2s Sd Warm and Cosy.. . . „ , This Weeks Specials aV'jr ^ ^ - .??.-.-.. .?......?„-..,„... ...... Sid Monks & Co. . ? Read the Prices? You will be convinced that Our Values are Keen. 250 Pairs Boys' Tweed Lined Knickers 2s lid Pr. Special Purchase, O. P. CHESTERFIELDS, Dark T.weed, , ' 14/6, worth 21/ Sid Monks Jindjbo., PATENT PIT SWEATER, without sleeves, 4/11. Grey and Brown. ? ??*»'*: ????'? t: '''? ,' A Natty Line— : :?/ , ./ ???? ; Boys' Norfolk Tweed Suits With Strap, Ba?k, Watch Pocket, 14s 6d. All sizes. A Nobby Line of Men's Trousers, Brown Stripe, Worsted, . Gaunttet Bottoms, -md Hip dockets, 14/6. Job Purchase of MEN'S COLORED SWEATERS, 5/11, ...

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Cycling. NEW CLUB FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 12 June 1914

Cycling. NEW CDUB -FORMED. A meeting was held in Winkleman's Hotel on Tuesday evening for the purpose of forming a new Bicycle Club for Cessnock. There was a large attendance and the chair was occupied by Mr. V. Caban. H was decided to form a club called the Cessnock* Unregistered Cycle Club. The officials elected are— Mr V. Cab an, chairman ; W. JJart, secretary; J. Edwards, treasurer; W. McBeath, handicapper ; E, Duncan, ^ time keeper, A. Kirk.jnr., turning point steward. The first race of the new dub will be run to-morrow (Sat trday), starting at Attwater's Hotel at'a.SO. The course is to Neath Hill and back. \ A road race will also be held eyery pay Saturday.

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