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Lighting the Town. THE COST OF THE PROPOSED ELECTRIC LIGHT EXTENSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 12 June 1914

Lighting the Town. -^JML* THE COST OF THE PBOPOSED ??^^* ELECTRIC LIGHT EXTEN i~ SIONS. I At the meeting of the Shire Coun cil on Wednesday morning the clerk I , (Mr. Percy Crampton) read a sfcafc-.. , { tnont in connection with the pro } posed extension of the electric light , ^ (or street lighting purposes in Cess «.'] nock. It will be remembered the £ I ]± Oaledonian Go. proposed to erect poles. I , and supply 160 lights at the cost of * 1 ' ' - £600 per annum. Mr. Orampton had ' carefully gone with the matter and nVinnrArl f.Vio.t. f-.Vio cost of the service oh these figures would amount to £652/18/11, and a lighting rate of 2Jd in the £ on the unimproved capital value would be necessary to cover ? the cost. If. however, the company would consent to the inclusion of the present portion of the town already L lighted the coBt to ratepayers would W be slightly reduced and would amount to 2|d in the £. In regard to the portion already lighted thecom pan'y had a five years' agreement...

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

: Miss Friniandrucie lipsed to her lodger : - ^MifcterBarker ??' I'm sorry tb say, ' :. Jiliss floldtotitH-cQtnpiainS^f your coughing—

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 — 12 June 1914

Football. ?.-?...?;.. ? . m ? v . -? ? ... The League players had a great timesf it last Monday, whenacouple , of teams froin Dariinghurst were the guests .of IthV i^cal Jknights qi the oval. ; ^ojJjjjgtcbes were played ; during -sflie i ?^ay. 5?He.first match c was ? wltli tbjj g$hs'ftmi a Darlirighurst ;.;/-'4»ami'''^'|o||^iis':;jE|aii-B.'«9e' topys from .%? the, :/!wiBte^^U8j^ro!|^':l»p.''epbd..:1fpr. ;??? /.jbl)^r}ppW4^''^^i?'vto' a' good jgatne. \, , by; iiijjto 'M^Tlie local seniprsj ^hp^- ;; ,eye^^ade1:amendsiby 'defeating, tjfie' U :1»^^ifitatiyeB%pJQa ;? DMnghurstf in;: |X;th$ir^o|^£2 ;fcp- 11:- - The-game ^5^^^fe^hJand;^eW;pla^d.. ? ;V7 '£ ^:vV^^;.'^«Siingh}^6;;:plais[eijsi; weria ^:^.tB^;^teiin^iir^uttz;8 Hotel, ?;..; ^-^e^at^.^ftAtte^^.n .excellent dinner ??'^raigmfe^^.^ti&ced .; upon. ?* The ;.? tottst'o'l iVTh^VisjiWra1', was proposed I ';'. by-I'ilr.-: Eteiritoyji^up^pScwjj^v'by^ftfr.. '?'??: Charlt6njV:and%e|p^nfleS3io - by 'Mir'. :? .XJple 0-atBnghuttt: ^tot...

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

School Concert. The entertainment by the pupiis of the Cessnock Public School was repeated on Wednesday evening in aid of the hospital funds. There was a very fair attendance and the programme was carried out without a hitch. . All the children took their .various parts in splendid style, and are: deserving of credit for their efficiency. Several of the officers and committeemen of the hospital were present' and~~took the 'oppor- tunity of thanking Mr. Neal and his staff of teachers for their kindness in holding the entertainment in aid of the hospital, also the children for their help, and the public for the patronage. The proceeds of the concert amounted to £8/11/6. '?? .

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

Current Notes Cessnock races to-morrow. Official opening of hospital next Sunday afternoon. The Cessnock Congregational Church Snow Fair will be held in Attwater's Hall, on July 9, 10, 11. The address to be .presented to Dr. Maitland on Saturday night is on view in Mr. Arthur Biggers' window. A special suap at Kempe's. Brown, grey, and black Sealette Stoles and Muffs at 6/8 in the £ reduction. We understand the Wollombi Hotel is to change hands. The new licensee of the old established hostel ry will be Mi- M. Holm, of Cessnock. Next Wednesday evening another of the popular socials under the aus picies of the Ladies' Guild, St. John's, willbe held in the Cessnock Hall. : At St. Andrew's Presbyterain Church on Sunday eyennigr an- In Memoriam Service in memory of the late Mrs Clark will be held. Have you got one of Kempe's Girls' and Boys' Sweaters ? Maroon and myrtle, button' shoulder,: at 2/6 each. The best bargain. A splendid opportunity of .secur' ing bargains in furniture will be ...

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

TALENTS RECOGNISED. ? The rise of M. Bark, the new Finance Minister of Russia, shows that even in that bureaucratic country there is a career open to talent. The new minis ter is a comparatively young man, being only 'a little over forty. He, is the son of a St. Petersburg- tailor, and, unlike most Russian bureaucrats, pos sesses no aristocratic protection. He has risen through his marked financial ability, his energy and ? his political skill, and was formerly Assistant Min ister of Commerce. More recently he has been a director of-both a State and a private bank.

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

r Tine Coming Sporti. * '' * ' ^ * ' *' - - ' The grand sports carnival to be held on the local recreation reserve -pn the Prince of gales' Birthday, itodBrUihe auspices ot ^heClessnock Shop ^Assistants, a«-| jtrqjd of the loool^ospital and liofad, pipmises to bo a great attraction. The programme has-been issued, and lihe events cover -a* wide scope of athletics. Included in the list 'are a number of bicycle eyents which are already en gaging the'' attention, 'of oyclists, j «feveral ot yihoja fcayeittaa/Iy started

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

COLO IN BEACH SAND. « ? » Interrogated by a 'Beacon' repre sentative last week, Mr. Rose, F.G.S., 'M.E., managing- director of the Bal Una Beach Mining- Co., said he was leaving for Sydney in a few days on business connected with the Co. It was elicited from him that the Co. in tended to put down no less than 14 dredging- plants nonh of the Richmond, each one costing- an averag-c of ,£6,300. Five of the plains would be at Tallow Beach, 5 on Seven Mile Beach, and four at Black Head Beach. As an indication of what these plants mean when working he says they will each employ 50 men at least, thus involving a capital of .£68,200, and ensuring employment to 700 men. He expects the initial plant at Black Head now nearing- completion to be at w^ork in about three weeks' time.

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

The Dismissal Cases ? . PRESIDENT'S BEPORT. Regarding his ^ inquiry into the dismissal cases, which arose ,at the instance of Or. Boddeley, the presi jlent reported at Wednesday's meet ing of the Shire Council, that he had taken the trouble -to make inquiries and -lie was prepared to ratify the actions of the ganger and the en gineer in what had occurred. * Cr. Baddeley said he accepted the statement, . but in ^ his opinion an error liad- J-een~ mode. The men should have been communicated with and consulted. However he did not wish to throw cold water on the report. -??'-.,

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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THE THIRTEEN MISTAKES OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 12 June 1914

THE THIRTEEN MISTAKES OF ? -..?._,-? ? rm^ ~ -^ ?-,.... .;--? Judge Paul J. McCormick, for many j -ars, ai.d still a superior court' juris1, v/r aan Francisco, announces, as the result of his long' experience, the fol lowing 'Thirteen Mistakes of Life'— as 'Easily made and not readily recti fied' :— To attempt to set up your, own standard of right and wrong and ex pect everybody to conform to it. To try to measure the enjoyment of others by your own. To expect uniformity of opinions in this world. To fail to make allowance for inex perience. To endeavor to mould all dispositions alike. ? ? ' Not to yield in unimportant trifles, To look for perfection in. our own actions. : ' .;/ To worry ourselves and others abbuf what cannot be remedied. Not to help everybody, wherever, however and whenever we can. 1 To consider anything impossible that we cannot ourselves perform. To believe only what our- finite minds ;can«rasp. Not to make allowance for the weak ness of others. - To estimate by ...

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

WHEN PARLIAMENT MEETS. 'Parliament will probably meet-about the middle of June,' says Mr. Hol man. A policy speech.is to-be deliver ed by the Premier early next month, at some centre in his own electorate, Cootamundra, when he intends to out line the Government's programme for the session. The Premier indicated a big public works programme, which the Government intended carrying- out This included the following: — City railway. North Shore bridg-e. City underground tramway system. Eastern suburbs rajhvay. Bulk handling of wheat. Newcastle Harbour works extension. Harbour works at Sydney. Murray Waters irrig-ation scheme. ?

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

nouncethat heifaas a motor car for Wre day -or night, and will under take trips to any part of the country, ? Addbess : Northumberland Hotel. PURE FRESH MILK. O'CONNOR BROS? Summerhill Dairy, Cessnoct; ' Extend a cordial invitation to the public to inspect their dairy . and milking machinery. ' ? Fresh Milk *nd Cream Daily. BUll-OER ft CONTRACTOR ^Bftt'* Estate, Cessnock f AUfCl&8-8s of Wovk Undertaken . -??? Estimates Given. 8fiy Everything at Anthony tionlerns * ; Tha Inotusiva plan of buying «verifttUnB_at AHTH0HY MQBDERHS' j 8ayB8^_M«moy__for _...' Town & CountViTaUKa. rg%m roucy B\. to? xJmMt «? bdhom. 1 ' I fric««Ut GOVERNS XVERHHtHC i»IJ '* »»tfce KEW PAUCE EMTOMUM p'»p 1 HAVOC wit* lit FF.ICE «S BOOK, mi V.Wi i '? iWaoousEitERS u*i. i ?'???' kNTHOKV-ttpaOEPJiy 600X OEFART- I ' mXT oTfcri FAR tint AWAT tU CEST t-lw : %*, i«j, «d xu tkiiu vrosra wading fa trowR -rid&' r«ct o! EVERY fUltiE ' tkr»(ji lit »l«otr.«! ' ' - fafflinis li^yPriccs ] '^ ? ? . i A...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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The Water Board and the Collieries. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 June 1914

'U^Ife iMmhvA w»d the Collieries. . At the last meeting of the Water. and Sewerage Board a . report f rom the board. engineer was read pointing, out there has'.npt been sufficient fain; fall in the Gesshock' disirict since last winter to replenish the colliery dams. Some' of the ' collieries had sufficient water stored 'to carry them through the hot weather, such supplies have rfo.w been exhausted and all the col lieries are -solely dependent , on the board for a supply of water to. carry 'on' with.- Unless sufficient rain soon falls to refiU the empty dams {here would not bis sufficient time during the present winterto thoroughly over haul theTpumps and bo3.ev.-at Neath, and. . in view of-' same, and of the inadvisableness of placing depend . * ©rice 4-n one pu'nip and one boiler for ibiiiritaipihg the 1 supply . to this im portant portion of the board's water district, he recommSnded that action be taken at bnco to 'instal.ua addi tional pump and. boiler at estimated cost of £1500...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Billiard Tournament. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 June 1914

^ Billiard JoiusifWipnt A field of 25 started for the flying handicap billiard tournament at the School of Arts *tm :M'on5ay - night. There were several ,f aVotites picked out as good things, apd -^jSveG6rBon. '.- — a critto of the'' IStlt' water: — im- mediabelv'picked upon A. G. Lloyd *? as being 'chucked' into it. Arthur '? Biosfii-s and .7. At.fcwn.tflr had hfinns offoU6jvers but strange to say all wew- knocked out, and a compara tive ^outsider in G. Biggers raked in the-Vcoveted trophy. Mr. George Johlinfi handled the reigns of govorn ?* ? mentUn his usual competent style, .-. . and took the 'critic's' harsh com v ments on the handicapping in a don't '/. care way. Several of the players - assisted in the markings, and - the ? night -TjassecKn'aYrenjoyable fashion. 1 Following are the results : — : First Round— T. Grant £0;on beat : Jf Smart 49, -T. Ward, -30, beat W, Snape, 8 ; A. Biggers, 10, beat T. ' Evans, 40 ; W. McBlane, 40, beat : J. Biggers', '26 ;? H. Rolfe, 41, beat ?...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 June 1914

^.^ Morris, BUILDER & CONTRACTOR Hall's Estate, Cessnock All Glasses of Wovk Undertaken Estimates Given. Buy Everything i\ Anthony Korderns ? The lnolU6li/3 pianjrf j b«ylns_cv5rythirig at ? AKTHONY HORDEBHS' | Saves ? Money for Town i. Country sXtka. THE FOI.KY ol TO? Quiilr «t COno.M Price tV»t GOVERNS EVERY1IHNG io!i tt tU MEW PALACE EMPORIUM i-l.fr ' HAVOC wHh tfe fRICE ol BOOKS. .dJ.IIJjO i (he BjOOXSEUERS Uti. ' -t ANTHONY ;:O3DCRN3' FOOT DEPART- ? MENT often FAR ul AWAY ike BEST value I io lk- bad, uti ALL Ibal it WO.UH EEAMNG ! it fcnittl within retch of EVSRY PURiE j ttttnib tlie Miner ol Hhthony Hofdsrns.' Famous Low Prices ; All tbt LATEST FICTION. STANDARD WORMi i TRAVEL, HISTORY, BiOGRAPHY. THEOLOGY. POETRY, tie CLASSICS mi lit ESSAYS ol FAMOUS WRITERS .re ireilalfe. We make ? future o! Hcodsexelr Bond PRIZE EOO'.S. WRITE (or Complete PRICE LIST ol Boole. Poit Free on reqocet. Anthony Hordern S, Sons ? Limited, ? Only Universal Providers. HEW PALACE EMPORIUM. Br...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 June 1914

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For Coughs and Colds never falis, 1/6. Messrs. Thomas & Battler sold 2 cottages on the ;Allandaie Boad, last

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Fire in Cessnock. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 June 1914

Fire iu Cessnock. Shortly after 10 o'clock last Satur day night an alarm of fire rang out. Soon it was found the scene of the fire wad McGrane's Estate, and the brigade hurriedly wended its way to a 3-roomed cottage owned and occupied by Mr. Ambrose Hamilton. The cott age and contents were completely des tHHljidi Mr. and Mrs Hamilton were away irom nome at cne time ana they had «o knowledge of the fire until they were informed at Greta. n,. following day of the occurrence. L..i'ily both the house and furniture -i . insured. Still the total of £200 i:r i-:-;! nee is unsufflcient to coyer their loss.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Current Notes [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 June 1914

Current Notes At the Cossnock races last Satur day 51 bookmakers did business.' ' There are quite a number of people in town on the look out for small businesses. ? } ?? ??'. Dentist Roberts does Full 'Upper or Lower sets of Teeth from £2'. a, set.- ? ? - ? ? 7' : Mr. Poolo and Mr. Dann each 're ceived £27/7/- as a result of the col lection on their behalf. After Mass at St. Joshep's B.C. Church on Suuday morning an im portant meeting will be held. The Rural Workers 'policy of the Australian Worker's Union includes a week of 48 hours for employees ton farms. ? - Daring the gale on Wednesday morning one of the pepper trees on the Abonnaih property wai up .rcotoil. ;. . ; . ? At Snape Bros' stock and pig sal es on Wednesday afternoon the grey racing stallion Postinby, rjsihg 4 years will be submitted for auction. A meeti rg of ladies interested iu the local Show movement will be held in tie School of Arts next Thursday afternoou, atV2.30. The Building Trade Federation has decided to a...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Senior - Constable Newland's Departure. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 June 1914

Senior - Constable Nowland's Departure. Residents were sorry to learn that Senior-Constable Nowland has been appointed to East Maitland and will be leaving at' tbe end of the month to take up his duties at that centre. Mx. Nowland has been in charge of the police station at Cessnock for about 10 years and has seen the town grow from a comparatively in 'siguifieent little village to' the flourishing town it, is to-dav. He has always proved himself a very capable officer, and the low per centage of crime in our district must be in a measure attributable to him. While the residents are sorry to see Mr. Nowland's transferment, they fully ' anticipate that Cessnock's status .as a police station, will be raised, and that Mr. Nowland's suc cessor will at least hold the rank of sergeant. We are placed on the same scale as Wollombi, whioh is ridiculous.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 June 1914

^^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmma^ . ^ '? ? '??.'?. . ? . - - ?-.?-.'..-? Sid Monks and Company fMake you an Offer that hai never ^ before been Equalled for Value in W A Real ? ^?IBgSJ^^, . Many; a Time - . Fur Felt Hat ^pSpRET - ^ VW Mei: 1 in Lounge and Neglee fo, M, P^M '& 6-J ; ????;: /Shapes* L^jL ^ ; For the Same Cuba and Grey Jm&^W^ Hat i? The Price is 4s. 6rf. ^L ^J, Forwarded to the Country Post Free fl| Sid Monks & Co., Cessnock WHERE CASH COUNTS. KEMPE'S Are the Drapery Specialists. Special Purchase of Sealette Stoles ap& Muffs at a reduction of 6/8 in the £ — which means one-third off market prices. Uusal prices 12/6, 15/-, 21/-, 27/6, 32/6, 37/6, 45/-, 50/ Reduced prices -8/4, 10/-, 14/-, 18/4, 21/-, 25/-, 30/-, 33/8 Boys' Sweaters— Made of Australian wool, maroon and myrtle, button on shoulder; all sizes, special purchase price 2/6 each 50 PAIES MEN'S STBIPED HEAVY TWEED TEOUSEES. worth 7/6, special purchase price 5/9 pair...

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