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THE COLLECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 June 1914
THE COLLECTIONS^ The following \s a list of the amounts taken up by the lady col lectors during the afternoon : — Mrs. Anstey £12/l/4i Miss Hill £6/7/7£, Miss Patterson £4/0/6, -Miss Elsie Laing £3/18/1. Miss Scott £2/15/3*. Mrs.- Whiteford £2/7/lli, Miss Stephenson £2/2/0, Miss Threadgate £1/13/9, Miss Jeffries £l/0/lH Miss A. Peters 9/9|, Miss N. Hill 8/0, Miss Hodges 5/7£. The grand total omornt was £37/10/2i
THE HOSPITAL Opening Ceremony [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 June 1914
THE ilOSPltAL OpeningCeremony Performed by Hon. F. Flowers. 'Cessnock must be a big place 1' This was the remark made by a visitor last Sunday as he viewed the sea of faces on the hospital grounds. Probably half the entire 10,000 of Cessnock's population found their way to the official opening of the Cessnock District Hospital. The stream 01 spectators commenced at about 2 o'clock and the crowd con1 tinued to increase until two hours later. The hospital is , built on a magnificent site, and the .view from hospital verandah on Sunday was simply grand. The day was ideal — of the- made to Order kind-j-and in harmony with the occasion and the proceedings. Looking over the sea of faces a splendid panoramic view of Cessnock was to be had. The observer is immediately impressed with the beauty and cheerfulness of the scene — a beauty and cheer fulness which must have a beneficial effect on convalescent patients. The early work of the hospital has been reviewed on numbers of oc casions, and ...
Pickpockets. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 June 1914
Pickpockets. - Some of the people who visited Wirth's Circus atGulgongwere the victims of pickpockets. A Sandy Creek resident* loBt £17, another was relieved of a gold watch, 'and still another of £8. A resident from Goolma lost £15, and a Gulgong man hod £8 stolen from him, while anotb /er missed £7. A Dunedoo resident lpst,£2, and a visitor from Lbxanna ^^Mjbtmfo ^he^^xtend of a pound
Congratulatory. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 June 1914
Congratulatory. At the Cessnock Oourt on Tuesday morning, Mr, C. H. Gale, P.M., made reference to the departure of Mr. V. B. Cox, C.P.S. He said Mr. Cox was a most capable official — effi- cient and courteous. He stated Mr. Cox had shown remarkable ability in the discharge of his duties and he felt sure he would rise, to a high pos ition in the service. Mr. T. F. Higg ina -T P anH Hnninrvc.fmRf.AhiR Nnw' land expressed regret at Mr. Cox's de parture and; wished him success in his new sphere. Mr. Cox, in reply said he was sorry to leave so jbany friends after his seven year's semce in the district. Mr. Gale also congratulated Sen ior Constable Nowland on his trans fer to East Maitland, and hoped it would lead to promotion. Mr. Cox endorsed the remarks of the P.M. Senior-constable Nowland responded, stating he felt sorry to hare to sever himself from so many friends, but there was a consolation in the know ledge he was not going far away. He thanked the speakers for their kind utteran...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 June 1914
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 June 1914
CESSNOCK_ HOTEL. Under Entirely New Management. The proprietor of the Cessnock Hotel desires to inlimate that patrons may rely upon every attention. 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 the hotel will be found right up-to-date in every department. James Attwater, Proprietor. Cessnock Hotel, Cessnock. To Avoid Disappointment p-MM*^ C5ft§2v Winter Suit— Now ! MEASURE jfflt**i Hj| Last year we had to turn orders ^*-*'''-x®£«0fcw| TPtt away and as we do hot want a /L^^HiHm* B ? repetition of this we ask you to . Mf: IHBil H £ A Suitable Range of ' . - HjL-Ji-^^J- D 1 New Season's Patterns. .^ _^^Bft ' ''.jit I Q Don't forget the address ? .- ^^^ ? ? ' '-Jr ? ,-*y^'~'- R PEARTA Man ^^5 THE PEOPLES TAILOR, t? £ ^'J^ f the t ftting of his Cloth* Vincent St., Cessnock. ,- ' . — ? ?. — a« Do You Require PICTURES FRAMED 'I PHOTOS ENLARG...
Valedictory. MR. V. B. COX, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 June 1914
Valedictory. - MR. V. B. COX, J.P. A ? very representative gathering assembled at the School of Arts last night to pay honor to Mr. V. B. Cox, J.P., who has been connected with Clerk of Petty Sessions Office at Cossnock for the past seven years, and who has been promoted to Nowra. Mr. John Doyle occupied the chair, and there was a large and representative gathering present. 1110 cuairinan explained the reason of their meeting was in some way to recognise the services of Mr. Cox, in Cessnock. He had known Mr. Cox from childhood and held him in the highest esteem. For this roason he was proud to occupy the chair. He called on Mr. Georgo Brown to make a presentation as a mark of appreciation and esteem. Mr. Bro.wn in making tho presen tation of a handsome pair of field glasses to Mr. Cox, said in his capa city of a magistrate and a3 coroner he had occasion to come into contact with Mr. Cox repeatedly, and had found him not only a capable and trustworthy officer, but a thorough gentlema...
Our Sporting Position. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 June 1914
Oar Sporting Position. - - - Tiiero's nothing succeeds like suc cess ! The truth of this ancient reas oning was verified in no uncertain manner by the success of the June meeting of the Cessnock Jockey Club, h|ild last Saturday— a success from ever-v standnoint. ' The few nrev ious meobingshad shown that the old barrier of prejudice had been broken do wb, and wjth this fiuooess followed - ijtherfl.^-3y6fc%aito|^;::^;)pVb^q^' position in the racing ; world, of. N.S' W.'asaprotttinentiraoiugboby is as sured. .Last Saturday's crowd was easly a record for the club, and those who have done so muoli.by their, efforts to promulgate horse racing in the district looked with satisfaction and pardonable pride upon the great crowd present, and what will become the convincing ground jof . many a great equine struggle for supremacy. With the' prospects now ahead, the committee intend to act up to the patronage of tho public. Already a scheme of improvments to the course are in hand, and by next r...
A Generous Offer [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 June 1914
! 4 Generous Offer Mr. Everitt, who is opening a first class watchmaking and jewellery establishment in Cessnock, has presented the hospital with a splen did clock. He also guarantees to keep it in repair free of charge, and if inside of 20 years the clock fails, to replace it by another. By the way, Mr. Everitt was a very active towns man'.in Adelong, and should become anoracquisition to our town in this respect.' ?
Cessnock Bicycle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 June 1914
Cessnock Bicycle Club. m ? w The Cessnock (unregistered) Bi cycle Club held their first race last Pay Saturday. Out of 23 entries 19 faced the starter. There was a good sprint at the finish which re flects credit on the handicapper, Mr. McBeath. The following officers had control of the race, Messrs V.Caban (starter), W. McBeath (timekeeper and judge), A. T. Kirk (turning point steward). Result : — W. Handcock, 3min. 5secs. 1 ; N. Ling, 2min. 2 ; J. Bause 2min. 30secs. 3. The fastest time for the journey being secured by H. Ling in 13min. 15secs. The following donations for the race were received: — From Messrs. J. Attwater £1, A^ E. Sternbeck, tro phy valued 12/6, A. J. Stollery, tro phy, open order 7/6.
Cessnock Beats Newcastle [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 June 1914
Cessnock Beats Newcastle — ? ? 4«» Speaking at the banquet on Sat urday night Mr, Flowers, in dealing with health questions, said the com mittee may think they have been a long time getting their hospital, but, be said, look how long Newcastle has been struggling to get its abattoirs, and they haven't got it yet. There may be some consolation tor uessnocu folk to know it hasn't taken as long to get the hospital as it has the New castle people to get abattoirs yet it would be interesting to know how the inhabitants of the coal city view the comparsion.
Bad Workmanship [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 June 1914
Bad Workmanship - - *- The Cesenock Hospital is not built nearly as well as it could have been. In many places the walls have crack ed, and in places where it has been necessary to tap the -wall to drive .. plugs for the electric light fittings the plaster lias proved to be hollow. . Contractors state the building has cost far too much money, but one thing iB certain : had the work been flone by contract it would never pass the architect in its present state.
Land Business. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 June 1914
Land Business. 1 1 » A number of allotments in Vin cent-street ' changed hands this week. The two vacant blocks op ' Snape's Produce Store found new owners. The prices received were £315 for the allotment next Mr. Guest's, tailor, and £220 for the half allotment next to it. The site of Robertson's fire was, we under stand, sold for £500. Recognised as the Cheapest Clothier* and Mercer* on the Maitland Coalfield*. Sid Monks and Co., the name that is heralded in every home as the home of good value in men's wear. Men's fancy wool vests 3/6*