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Musical Success. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 June 1914
Musical Success. At the examination held- -at New castle,' on Wednesday June lO.inxpn nectiqn witli The . Victorian Coillege, London, Miss Sylvia Irene Brown, only daughter of Mi\ and Mrs. Albert E. Brown, of Dorisville, Bellbird, 'gained the diplomas of Associate 'and Licentiate of the College which en titles her to wear tne cap, gown and hood, and use the letters A.V.tJ-M., L.A.G.M. ' Miss Brown parsed both exams with honors, gaining 86 mark's for Licentiate and 90 marks for Associate out of 100 marks. The examiner, ,Sir James McMillan', (B. A., Mus Bac), F.I.G.O.M, F.V.C. M., congratulated her on gaining such a .high 'number of marks, and he also congratulated her on the sight read ing.tests. This gifted young pianist— i8^,years of age. — gained the d'.ploma of Associate of the London College las)}, November, and is enfciitled to append the letters A.L.C.M., and wear the cap and gown of the college; 80 that in six months.' she has gained 12 letters, two Associates, and one Licent...
The Champions Downed [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 June 1914
The Champions Downed ? ' ' - - *- . -.. — 7*^ — ,^ ».^ Cessnock senior footballers created a surprise on Saturday by defeating Kurri at Maitland by 7 points to 5, after asplendid game. Kurri team was short of a couple of their best pleyers Last year when Knrri defeated Qess nbekwhea the latter were a few 0/ their best players short Cessnook were disqualified.' Yet Kurri came oijt and won the final of the compet ition in easy fashion. '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 June 1914
For Bronchial/ Coughs, lake , ,-;.'.. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, is 6d At the Qrauge.Police. Court a num ber of persons were fined for having failed to secure enrolment under the Federal Electoral Act. ? ? ? A fatal fight at Waimate fN. Z.), in which Walter Wells was killed, re sulted in Walter Landers being charg ed with mur3er. Subsequently, the charge1 was reduced .to manslaughter. The hearing was adjourned. ' 's .,-. y Mr. 'Flowers, the ' State Minister for Health, has refused a request thatmanfacturers.of.margftrinesliould be allowed to add colouring matter in the same proportion as the man ufacturers of butter are allowed: For Children's Haeldng Coughs at Niglit, Woods' 'Great Peppermint :Curc; tb id.
Hon. F. Flowers & Dr. Maitland Entertained. PRESENTATION TO DR. MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 June 1914
Hon. F. Flowers & Dr. Maitland Entertained. ? it PBESE?J3:ATK-K^ IO HE, MAIfliANDO ? A banquet was tendered by,. fthe! hospital committee to the Hon. F. Flowers, Minister .for Health, and Dr. Maitland at the Northumberland Hotel on Saturday evening.. There was -a large attendance, Mr. M. Baillie presiding. ?The toast; of loyalty having been disposed of, Cr. Baddeley proposed the toast of 'The Mi lister .-foi} Health, the Hon. Fred Flowers,' re marking the pleasure it afforded him to be entrusted with the toast. He dealt with '.the struggles of the hos pital comgiitlee, apd- the'help received from MrV Fipwei*, and' stated hebe lieved Mr:- Flowers Voulf3 do his best for the CJessnock\ltospital.i He hoped Mr. -Flowers -would' be longipared to continue- the ^rand-aad noble work he haff'i)dde~rtaken- . Mr. Ray Lord -eeifonded the toast. He thought Mr. Flowers' idea of State control of hospitals was a good one. ; -? . . ?: The toast.havingbebrl'drunk with musical; honors, jMr.^Flo...
Cessnock Races RECORD SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 June 1914
Cessnuck Races ? ' RECORD SUCCESS. The Cessnock races wore held last Saturday under favorable circum stances. The weather was all that could be desired, the entries were large, and the attendance a record. During the morning Vincent street : presented an unusual appear ance, for the crowd began to congre gate early. The 11.15 train carried a large crowd of visitors from the coalfield towns, and the vehicles came into town from all directions. The larger crowd of course arrived by the special train from Newcastle, which reached Cessnock at 1.8 p.m. This train left Newcastle crowded. At Maitland, however, extra car riages were put on, but the crowd waiting there- soon filled any avail able room. The races were carried out without a hitch, and it was refreshing indeed to hear the eulo gistic, remarks made concerning the efficient manner in which the racing was carried out. . Horseowners and prominent racing men freely con gratulated the officials upon progress made and promised future ...
Cessnock Agricultural Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 June 1914
... Cessnock Agricultural Association. . * « * A meeting of the above association was held in the Northumberland Hotel on Tuesday evening. ^ Mr. W. H. Snape (president) pres ided over a well attended meeting, including a number of ladies.. The minutes having been confirmed Mr. Walter Morris (secretary) read correspondence from the &nbsp; ' Lands Dept, stating that portion of &nbsp; the Aberdare Park, 17 acres, 1 rood, 10 perches had been granted , for a show ground and asking that trustees (not less than three or more than seven) be appointed. The meeting &nbsp; considered it advisable to accept &nbsp; the Departments offer of the land. The names of Messrs H. C. Mc &nbsp; Donald, S. W. Snape, J. Gordon, A. W. Bridge, A. W. Hampton, John Doyle, Geo Brown, Mayo, and A. E. Kirk were proposed as trustees, and it was decided to write to these gentlemen with of view of ascertain ing if they were willing to act. The president took the opportunity to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 July 1914
WILLIAM H. WARD, Pupil of Edward King, Newcastle. . TEACHER OF Piano, Violin, Mandoline and Theory. c/o Lightfoot's J.E. HENRY, (Lale George Pring). Undertaker & Cabinet f Maker. Funerals Conducted in any 'part \-( the ?— District— New and Up- to- Dale Plant and Furnish ings. Prompt Attention, Reasonable Charges and Considerate Treatment to nil. Orders may l-e given on rav l-chalf to MR. PR1NG or at the 'THE DON' where my workshop is situated, or at my PRIVATE RESIDENCE, Regent Street 3 doors off Hill Street. Trust Moneys to Lend LARGE OR SMALL SUMS. LOWEST CUBRENT, RATES. A. E. VVESTCOTT Solicitor, Ccssnnck A. J. Fogarty9 Wholesale and Retail BUTCHER. VINCENT-STREET, CESSNOCK. - a Primest Meat only Sold. Try our Small Goods. We make a point of pleasing' our Cus tomers by supplying only the, Best.* WASTE PAPER for SALE at the 'Eagle' Office. Eft/V. EATON, PRACTICAL BOOT & SHOE MAKER. (late of Co-operative Store, Cessnock) desires to slate he lias Opened Business in L...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 July 1914
Sid Monks and Company f Make you an Offer that has never '~jL before been Equalled (or Value in W A Real i4jj^& Fur Felt Hat ' T^Wf in Lounge and Neglee ft* U ?a. F J\ ohapes. _ \^^^ m^ ?^ Many a Time You Have -; Paid 10s ^ A For the Same Hat ' & The Price is 4s. 6d. A^ ^£ 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 and Muffs at a reduction of 6/8 i*i the £ — which means one-third off market prices. Uusal prices 12/6, 15/-, 21/-, 27/6, 32/6, .37/6, 45/-, 50/r Seduced 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 60 PAIRS MEN'S STEIPBD HEAVY TWEED TROUSEJtS, worth 7/6, special purchase price 5/9 pair. l Specials Cut to Pieces : Black Sateen Aprons, 1/- each. . Cream All Wool Singlets, long sleeves, 1/1 1|. Fancy Flannel...
State Coal Mine [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 July 1914
State Coal Mine Mr. Cann, the Minister for Mines, has been inspecting mines with re gard to the proposed, establishment of a State coal mine in the Western district. Mr. Cann made reference Tio the matter on Wednesday after noon when he commented upon the collieries he had inspected. He qQiioluded bis statement thus:— ^ Most of the mines placed under ?nfTpVi t'0 me uave ua^ some fatal diffi . i iit'y Either a fault running through :..:!! or they require some new ?i pinent, which would cost as «!. .t!i as a new colliery, or else tHey want an excessivefamount of money for' them. No mine offered to us worth consideration is leUa than £200,000. I think that in tfiis site I have been inspecting in the toeit I can .get i thy colliery there, anp de ^tej'it.jl^r.^i^ii^riMi'timeS'&a-ipjit'; iputoNhreeo^
Why the Delay? TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 July 1914
Why the Delay ? TO THE EDITOR. Sir, — I am writing these few lines to ask you to ventiiate my case of last March. My horse's leg was de liberately shot off. I interviewed Inspector Somerville with regard to same, and as a result Detective Gal lagher was sent up to enquire about the case and remained in Cessnock lor one day. JJetective iiooerts was also up for one week, but nothing has been brought forward as a result to their inquiries. A proclamation was issued on the 29th March offer ing a reward and I am sorry to Bay was not posted up locally until the 1st July. Would you kindly let me know who is to blame in this matter. Yours, etc., ROBT. STFVENSON.
What a Comp. can Do [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 July 1914
What a Comp. can Do A compositor iu a printing office is i a fairly handy individual. Ho can. ' take a manuscript, the choregraphy of which would make the lid of a Chinese tea chest blush ,with envy, translate it into vernacular as he -goes along, correct tho spelling and the grammar, and oftentimes the rhetoric, and turn it out, not as the author wrote it, but as he intended to write it. He can set up better English than most men. can write: he can detect errors of fact as well as of style ; he can give the sports editor points on football and the religious editor on theology ; he cau appreciate even the merits of a discussion on the tariff ; and he can do ? more hard work and intelligent work in a given time, if he has to than any other sort of handi-crafts-man on the face of this planet.
Cessnock District Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 July 1914
Cessnock District Hospital. , A committee meeting ,6f the above was held on Thursday evening in the Sbhool of Arts. There.was a large attendance. Mr. M. BaUlie presid ing, . COHRESfOftBENqE. ?. Correspondence waB ' read -from Mr. W. Kearsley,; Hi. A., stating he will urge expedition in the matter of erecting the wash basins and that be would ask the Department to instal a fire hydrant. — Received. From Mr. Y. Chapman, BUalong, stating that it was decided tp hold a social in aid of the hospital on July 29, and asking for the necessary per mission. — Permission granted, and appreciation expressed at the action. From Mr. J. E. Henry submitting an account for shelving and material complete, £4/12/6, and' from Messrs Rausch and Son an account for in stalling bells at £19/10.— Tbe former was passed for payment, and the latter referred to Mr. Brickett. Sectetahy's Bepokt. The secretary's report showed the hospital was opened on Monday, but some protest was .necessary re the 'protracted del...
Double Motor Fatality NO BILL FILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 July 1914
Double Motor Fatality ? ^_l ? ?? r i NO BILL FILED. \ / The Attorney-General . has de- '1 clined to file a bill against : Stanley I Clarke Greenaway, who was com- 1 mitted for trial by the Acting Cifey ' Coroner, Mr. Fincham, in connection with the death of a man namdd George Adams, wlio diedf as the re sult of a motor car accident on the Parramattan-oady --Leiehhardti, ? on May 16. On the night in question Green awav was drivine a car ulnnr* Parramatta-road, when it collided with Miss Emily Godspeed, and she subsequently died in the Royal - ?' Prince' Alfred. Hospital. 'While con- , veying-too young lady -to the hos pital, and only a couple of. hundred ? : yards from the 6cene of the accident, the car knocked down Adams, and he also died a few hougs later. In con- .i:' nection with ^e death of Miss God speed, the Coroner returned a ver- ': diet of accidental death,, but -Green- .'-V.-.' away was cbtairiitted for trial: on a cnarge pf manslaughters connection , with the death of Ada...
Senior Constable Nowland's Send-off. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 July 1914
Senior ConstableNowlands Send-off. The smoke concert and presenta tion to Senior-Constable Nowland will be held in the Cessnock Hall, on Saturday evening. A splendid pro gramme has been arranged for the occasion. Invitations have been ex tended to Mr. Wm. Kearsley, M.L.A. and Cr. Johns (President of the Shire Council). At the Water Summons Court. Sydney, on Wednesday, Rev. F. B. Cowling was. committed for trial- on a. charge of celebrating two marriages ' knowing that his name, designation, ; and residence were hot registered a' the Registrar-General's office. . r - A grand vocal, instrumental and elocutionary concert was held in the Cessnock Hall, last Tuesday evening under the., auspices of the Baptist Ghurch, atid promoted by Miss Essie sReJBs land /Audrey :^Br-dsHaw. There
Miners Injured at Greta [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 July 1914
Miners Injurecl.at Greta Two nien'' were 1, injured 'in the Broxburn' Colliery, Greta, on Wed nesday morning. ':? Albert. Skillicorn ;;.: was working in \liis hord wlien . w he received usuries, to;, the face land.- - head owu^l»4S£eWS.i)f jjpaj. IT, S PeiiJJer,'' another miner, received^ ^ -.;? injuries to iis-lmck and legs through :'. .c.' a fall of coal. Although his injuries . X were painful fortunately, no -i)onM:-' ;j were broken.: '' ?'?-?? -.y '\,.,':-;.:-.'. *.;?:; ^v