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Johnson still Champion. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 July 1914

Johnson still Champion. Jack Johnson, the world's cham pion money-making puo' is no mug. It was thought that age and high living would tell on the black after two years out of the ring. But the champion knew what he was doing. Moran, his oponent had never done anything in the boxing line to en title him to contest championship honors. Few, if any, gave Moran a chance : if fact the fight didn't ap pear to be taken seriously. Johnson wanted money without much risk, and this was his means of getting it. As is- well known Johnson won on points, and it is reported he never received a scratch in the engagement. Honestly, there doesn't seem to be a white mau in the game who is cap able of making Johnson fight. The two Sams of his own color appear to' be the only boxers of to-day who would stand a chance with Jack Johnson.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Trouble at Aberdare South. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 July 1914

Trouble at Aberdare South. « »» ? I Last week end the shaft sinkers at I Aberdare South made a request tp I the management of the mine for an I increase of the daily rate of pay from 11/-. a day to 12/4 a day. The re . - 'quest was considered somewhat un reasonable and the management could jJot.seB -their way clear to grant it'; 7 The men then knocked off, and though thero 'were hope? that work t- -would be resumed last Tuesday f i 'no settlement lias yeb been effected.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Aberdare Park. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 July 1914

Aberdare . Park. A meeting of the trustees of the Aberdare Park was held on Tuesday evening. A vacancy having occurred in the trusteeship, Mr. Mark Baker was elected and the Secretary was instructed to forward the name on to the Department. A letter was received from the Cessnock and Abermain Friendly I ooueiioti Association, asKing to do granted th«* use of the park one day [ . in the year for the Societies' sports - and. demonstration. It was decided [ to ask the secretaries to meet them on the park on Sunday afternoon to discuss the matter. The beautifying of the park was discussed \ and. a plan of action mapped out.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sydney to Newcastle Road. WOLLOMBI RESIDENT'S OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 July 1914

Sydney to Newcaitle Road. « i - WOLLOMBI KESIDENT'S OPINION. Mr. Thos. Barr, of Wollombi, writes as follows to the ' Gos ford Times ' concerning the above road : — 'In a recent issue a corres pondent says that a SydneyNew castle road is a national movement, and would benefit the whole State, probably tbe . Commonwealth. He also points out that it would be a short-cut to Brisbane, and in order to prove his assertions, lie com-. ments on the present North Road, via Wiseman's Ferry as - being almost useless, and adds that any car or vehicle trying such o. route never ventures again. Now, as to the distance. From Sydney to Singleton, via Newcastle by rail is 168 miles. From Sydney to Single - ton, via Wiseman's Ferry by road is 124 miles, or 44 miles nearer to Brisbane. The proposed road will only compete with the railway and steam boats. The incorrectness of the statment about the North Road is proved by a number of cars which travel this road daily. Quite recent ly a car cams through ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 July 1914

SPORTING _. — » Plantain, carrying 9-2, won the Manilla Handicap. OiTlie improvements on the Cess nock racecourse are progressing. Another bicycle road race will be run off On Pay Saturday afternoon. The big event at the Bowravillo races was won by Medallurgy (10-6). What a useful animal this chap has been ?

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shop Assistants' Sports and Art Union. A BIG DAY'S SPORT. THE OFFICIALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 July 1914

Shop Asiistantt' Sports and Art Union. A BIG DAY'S SPORT. THB OFFICIAT.S. 'W. Gregory, president. B. Davis, treasurer. W. ChercyA- S. Wright, secretaries W. Caban, starter. W. McBeath, hau Jcapper. W. Dart, cycling clerk. . W. Bush, judge. B. Duncan, timekeejMr. In addition to the Shop Assistants' Committee Messrs C. Biggers, R. Lord, J. Brown, E. Whiteford, W. Batllie and C. Arbuckle lent valuable assistance during the day. -The Shop Assistants are to be con gratulated upon the success of their sports held last Monday. Beauti ful weather prevailed and under these favorable circumstances and for the auspicoui purpose, thd gathering could not have been other than large. Still, witli our great popula tion, it should have been larger. The time was when our sports ro ceired hut scant patronage, but as each succeeding sports, are securing increased success it may' be taken for grante.l that local sport is coming on. In the case of Monday's sports the committee done everything they could ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cleaning Up. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 July 1914

I; , Cleaning Up. i „ - - *? pj ? The council's men had a great old [, jot) on this morning when they un |r dertook to clear the mud from Vin \- cent-street — or at least the top end . r of it. The removal of the mud made p an appreciable diffqrenQe. The 'Shire ^Council has done good ,. wotk'Ky bdUd1hgup'the'fo6%»w%i JrontoT the poj&offioe and ^bY^rn .inSSit tena. ^fae jounoa; enMbBiy HuHHIHhHHHI^HI

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The A.M.A. and the South Maitland Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 July 1914

The A.M.A. and the South Maitland Trouble. A special meeting of the A.M.A. was held at Broken Hill to discuss the Maitland trouble. After con siderable discussion the following motion was carried. — 'That £1000 be fowarded to Maitland immediately, the same to be recouped bv a lew of 6d per week from A.M.A. members, the levy to remain in force during the currency of the Maitland trouble.' Aupther motion was carried as follows : — ' That in the event of the Maitland mine-owners procuring scab' labour, members of the A.M.A. decline to work on any industry where 'scab* hewn coal is used, or any coal from outside Aus tralia.' A third motion was : ' THat we heartily congratulate the Mait land miners on the fight they are putting up for the abolition of the afternoon shift, and we condemn the action of Messrs. Cann and Estell in fighting against them.'

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Royal Assinations. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 July 1914

Royal Assinations. i ? It costs something in the way of risk to be of royal blood in some countiies. On Sunday tbe Archduke Ferdinand of Austria, heir to the throne, and his wife, the Duchess of Hohenburg, were assinated in a pub lic street at Serjevo, the capital of Bosnia. - When driving to attend a reception a bomb was thrown into the carriage, struck the Duke on the arm, and burst on the roadway after the carriage bad passed, injuring a number of soldiers. After the re ception was over and as the royal pair were leaving the city hall, a student rushed up to them and shot them botli dead. It has often been said that many a prince would change his position with the work man. Anyhow the workman is not subject to circumstances such as the above.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Band. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 July 1914

The Band. in The canvasers who went round the .town last Friday appealing for financial assistance on behalf of tbe Cessnock District Band, were very succepsful in their mission. The business people, almost to a man, put down their names to assist the newly-formed band financially. This assistance, together with that which will be forthcoming from the mines, should place the band on a good basis. ?

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Quiet Strike. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 3 July 1914

A Quiet Strike. The trouble at the collieries over the afternoon shift is being conducted in a remarkably quiet way. Hither to when a strike was on it was the custom to see flaring headlines in the ?daily papers announcing latest de velopments. On this occasion out siders scarcely know - there is a strike^ on. Both sides, -the mine owners and the men, appear deter mined to keep the movements in the ' dark.' The strike is being con ducted on entirely different lines to what any other mining strike has been conducted in the north.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Starr-Bowkett Society. SALE OF SHARES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 July 1914

Local Starr-Bowkett Society. SALE OF SHARES. The local Starr-Bowkett h^},% appropriation by sale last Satuniiy night, Mr. H. Davies presiding. :;^-- 4 shares representing a loan' of £200 were sold at a premium oi^lf per share, 4 other shares were solf*^ £17 12s. 6d. per share. Althdafttf this may seem a high figure to p^y for the loan of £56 for 12J years ^1 it is ? considered less than could be obtained elsewhere. It will costithe members concerned the follo*ring weekly charges : — reoavment ofiloati £s. 2d\ per week, .premium 3d^j$i week for each £5 premium or SagM, and 3s. 9dv respectively which pt&j share capital will total 11s. 8d;itnc lls. lid. per week until the preri^m is paid when the weekly payuaBgtli will be 8s. 2d. per week/ ?^l? The sales are conducted onjih.eji principle of highest bidder. }^\'tl Toe next appropriation will^feeft baUot when the members obtrUhing same will receive the loans free of interest At the same meeting Mr. Wm. Brown was elected a trustee...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Cessnock Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 July 1914

Cessnock Shire Conncil. m ? 9 The usual meeting of the above was held on Monday. There was a lull council present. Ore. T. L. Johns (president), Baddeley, Snape, Mor gan, Bercini, Forester. Or. 8nape, chairman of the Fi nance Committee, read a list of ac counts recommended for payment. Adopted. Cr. Baddeley, chairman of the Works Committee, submitted a report of works recommending acceptance of tenders for contracts and in one case suggested that fresh applications bo called as the tenders were con sidered too high. Adopted. Reports of inspectors under the Cattle Slaughtering Act were re ceived. CORRESPONDENCE The Weston Progress Committee asked for information concerning the number of allotments on which no rates are paid, also that something be done to prevent water lying about and stagnating in Aberdare-street, east from Hall-street, as residents along that frontage could not enter their 'houses from the street unless, through water alter -wet weather. The committee also asked fo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Veterinary Surgeon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 July 1914

Veterinary Surgeon. ? ? ? Mr. G. F. Anderson, who is well known.on the Northern Rivers and Queensland as a veterinary surgeon, 'lias taken up his residence in Cess nock. Mr. Anderson has travelled through the Woilombi district where he was well received, indeed it was his reception and his opinion of the dis trict as a scope for -his engeries that made him' determine upon settling in town. ? Mr. Anderson should prove a valuable acquisition to the town and district. i,';:-.!- .'-...''?.? '. _ . ? . . . ?. ?.''-. \

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 July 1914

y -For Bronchial Coughs, lake Woods' Great . Peppermint Cure, is 6d

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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 July 1914

? . .V' : ? St. John's Tennis Club v. Kurri Kurr Tennis Club; played on Saturday, 4th July. ?j^j .. St.J K. M. Snape amSlQiss; R. Snnpe v. E. Bickmore and Mrs. Brewer ... 6 3 J. P. Gordon and Miss Griffiths v. J. Coates and Mrs. Smiih ¥ ... ... 6 2 R. Jurd and Mrs. Tinker v. W. Brewer and Mrs. Brewer ... ? ..?; ... 6 3 J; ]'. Gordon and M. Snape v. E. Bickmore and J. Smith ? 6 2 K. Jurd and Mrs. Tinkler v. J. Smith and Mrs. Brewer ? ... 6 5 M. Snape and Miss K. Snape v. VV. TUewer and Mrs. Smith ? 6 5 J. P. Gordon anrl Miss Griffiths v. E. Bickmore and Mrs. Brewer ... 63 R. Jurd nun M. Sfliipe v. W. Brewer } andj. Ccates ? ? 6 4 / Miss Snape and Miss Griffiths v. Mrs. - Smith and Mrs. Bower ? 3 4 - ___ S' 3' St. John's second eleven v. Methodist v ; .played on the Church. Court. _. StJ M ; O. Guest and F. Jurd v. Rollo and R. L - JPeters ... ? ? '... 6 o i ,G. iirown and V: Holalian y. Rolta andU. Hewitt ... ? 6 5 =/ F. Jurd and T. IToman v. Roltoand £ Uev. Robsbn . ... ... 6 4 *f G...

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Local Union Sales. SNAPE BROS. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 July 1914

Local Uoioa Sales. SHAPE BROS. REPORT. Heavy supplies have been forward at our salos chiefly vegetables. Cab bages and turnips being amongst the heaviest. The usual attendance of buyers being present, Eggs 1/7 to 1/64, butter lid to 1/-, honey 2/3 to ?2/6, 71b tin.. .......__ . Fruit. — Oranges, naval large to 1/ medium 6d. to 9d. common best 9d. meuium *a. 10 011, manaenns goau 7d to 8d doz, medium 4d to 6d, lemons 4d to 7d-loz. ' ? Vetetables. — Peas good to 1/3, col ored* 9d to lid peck, potatoes 2/ to 2/6 qr, cabbage large to 3/ dog. med ium 1/6, small 6d to 9d do^Pcanli flowers good to 5/2 doz, medium 3/ to3/6, turnips 1/ to 1/3 qr, beet 1/6 doz bundles, carrots 1/ to 1/6 doz bunches. Poultry. — Roosters good to 4/ pair small 2/6 to 3/. hens 2/6 to 4/. ducks common 3/ to 3/6, muscovies 3/6 to 5/ pair. Pigs.1 — 60 forward at our sales on Wednesday, chiefly good quality porkers . and baconers. With the usual attendance of buyers audtwo Sydney buyers operating the market was bouya...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Hair Ball. A PIG'S HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 July 1914

Hair Ball. A PIG'S HANDICAP. Tifr. W. Springbett, the Shire In spector, has in his possession a hair hall taken from the stomach of a pig \ which if 10 lincfaes in diameter and r '' 'weighs in tlie vicinity of a pound. The 'hair eater' was reared at Mr. * McGann's Mount View, and but chered by, Mr. E. Wilkinson. His pigsnip must have, been uneasy carry I ing' this foreign matter about with I him. '^%f

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cycling. HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 July 1914

Cycling. HANDICAPS. The Cessnock Bicycle Club (unreg) will run its 2nd road race tomorrow (pay Saturday). The course is to; Neath Hill and back (5 miles) start ing and finishing at. Winkietnan's : Hotel. The race starts at 3.30 shari). Thy following axe the han dicaps : — . JET. Ling, scratch. R. Kern pe, scratch. J. Edwards, 20 sees; ? W. E. McBeth39se.cs. ??_?? ^ E. Townsend 30 sees, # B. C. Ling, I min, 10' sec, 5. P. Balls 1 min. 10 sees. ' : B. Ling min.*90 sees. J. Crosdale, 1 min. 20 sees. E. Ling. 1 min. SO sees. L. Ling, 2 inins. 'J. Balls Qmiii8..;i,'!jv' ''-- H. Ballardi 2 n?{fli'3O sees, W. Handcock. .2 mins. 80 sees. C. Barnett, 2niins 40«eqs. ' D. Holland, 2 mins 50 sees. Wit Kempe, 3jniii!-. B. Bigby, 3 mins. 10 sees. B. Bailey, 3 mins. 10 socs. ?F. Bj'an, 3 mins. 40 sees. G. Hill, 3'minB.4Q saps. E. Petorsj § mins. 40 sees. F. Clarke J^in, .'*- L. Tliompson 3 min. . ',,-'.' \ L 'pjjiojrfjiTi - :a|i^ioj|inp0 & sijprte meet- i

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Boxing at Aberdare South. COMING CHAMPION. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 July 1914

Boxing at Aberdare South. COMING CHAMPION. At Aberdare South, or Siberia as it is familarly known by the boys who live there, boxing has come be look upon as a splendid passtime. In fact the likelihood of a champion : being dug up is looked upon as more - than possible. Last week the fight between Euffity Warren and Bottleo . Bridge, writes 'Siogger,' attracted a great crowd at the Stadium. The fight was very fierce and willing while it lasted and ended in the second, round by Ruffity being knocked out through being hit on the arm. Bottleo is now after the scalp of any 10-6 pug in Cessnock.

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