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

SPORTINGJ Cessnock Races. ?- By advertisement, it will* bo seenl tlmt the Cessnock races are coming! round again, and are due on Pay! Saturday, July 25. The meeting! should be a great Buocess. Extensive! improvements are being carried out! to the course and usual race goers! will hardly recognise the course sol guise. A separate paddock has been | made for the Jiorses and surrounded I witli a 7 foot iron fenoe and with up- jt to-date stalls it has a metropolitan j appearance. The grandstand has;! been enlarged and a stand erected in 1 the leger which will give patrons a J splendid view of the racing. In faot j it would be hard to obtain a better - view of the racing or and course than :; can now be obtained from the leger ( t paddock of Cessnock course. A* substantial » picket fence has been-; placed right along the front of the t paddocks. There are many other ;-& . improvements and as all are to be I nicely painted the appointments may ^1 be said to be getting on modern 1 ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hunter River Federal Electral Council. GETTING READY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 July 1914

Hunter River Federal Electral .Council GETTING READ*. The delegates' of the above met in West Maitland on Saturday evening, when the following officers were elected: — Chairman, Mr. . W. L. Fletcher; Vice-President, Mr. E. Aubin ; Joint Secretaries, Messrs. W. McLaughlati and A. H. Lonsdale. Bepre&ntatives of all the towns on the South; Maitland coalfields were present, also representatives of sev eral Y&aet Maitland brandies. The ; quesjKHjJirjf new rules were discussed and ^pas decided to write to each league End union soliciting assistance, and^U supporters of the labor cause be asTted to p&rjiEe the rules and ob lii'in mi iiiiiiij iiiiln11iiijjii||i ?? jin lililn 'Ways and mean^f. raising funds for theiltorthcoming^wnpaign was dis - cuffed - and it was advised each .;-..'-? League Revise yays^and means of |; assisting. 3ffi' wa.s^|ecid§d that Mr. £ % Charltbn, iS&fLm,; should make ' his oi-ening speech in Tflaitland. v; ' An apoj^f, was received f...

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

Newcastle Races. Newcastle races take place to- J morrow. 'Bullfrog' anticipates as J follows : — \ Tramway Handicap. Spurn ... 1 Chartie-Laddie 2 Devil's Wind ... 3 Juvenile Handicap. Tarcet ... 1 Kirkee ... 2 ,1 Bazetta ... 3 1 Welter Hamlicay. \ Burnore ... 1 Box Seat ... 2 Pompa ... 3 I July Handicap i DukeAlwyne ... 1 Coominya ... 2 _ Dalmeny Queen 3 Novice Handicap Kalapore ... 1 Silva Larl ... 2 Lady Amy ... 3 Club Handicap. Sylvius ...' 1 Synetic ... 2 Keighery ... 3

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

Hie New Rolls The police have concluded their compilation of the State and Federal rolls. In the case of the State rolls Bellbird has been created a separate district, and the roll shows 212 voters. On the roll last period Aber dare roll had 644 names, while to-day there are 781 names. Thus 214 have been added and 77 struck off. The Cessnock roll last time had 2557 names thereon, this vear the number had increased to 2720. This shows that 596 names were added and 433 struck, off. The increases show: Bellbird 70, Cessnock 163, Aberdare 137. The figures show , that the latter centre is growing fast. First-class Constable Chinner has handed in 1013 additional names to the Postmaster for the Federal rolls. As is the case' in operation each of these persons will be notified by cart stru incl ceip out T oper Sabl large iural that dayfi- «??-—. ~ . v-j wwft«w& viujo. vug speaker made a great address claiming that while thousands of pounds were spent annually on education, thous and...

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

Death of Mr. Wm. Phee. Mr. George Brown, coroner, held ^J an inquiry on Thursday moriiing '* 'W touching the circumstances surround- S ing thja death of William Phee, who ? was found dead in his bed on Sunday ? morning. B The evidence of Dr. Macarthur ? showed that the deceased ha3 been I Murphy deposed to finding the body I in a room next to his on MeGrane's I Estate at 7 o'clock on Sunday morn- I ing. The coroner found ' That the 4 said William Phee at his residence, 1 Cessuock, on the 5th day of July, I died from natural causes, to wit, I heart failure accelerated by intern- I l-eranco.' 1 Deceased was an efficient work- I man and was for some years engaged I in the engineering department of the I Aberdare Colliery. He leaves a wife I and a family of seven — 3 boys and q 4 girls, all gtown up. Deceased was I 54 years of age. I

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Urban Area Ballot to be Taken at Aberdare. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 July 1914

Urban Area Ballot to be Taken at Aberdare. There are many enthusiasts at Aberdare who are determined upon-, doing what they can to secure some better government. Some little time ago the progress association asked the shire council to take a vote to deter mine whether a municipality or an urban area was desirable to the rate payers, xne council was unaoie to do this, but not to be denied the association have now determined to take a ballot at their own expense for or against an urban area. Aberdare' residents favour a more systematic form of Government than that they are experiencing and, whether or not the improved conditions shall take the form of an urban area or not will be decided to-morrow,- when a ballot will be taken in the. Aberdare Mission Hall, from 1 o'clock till 5 o'clock.

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

Lane & Quinn, Ltd. Wifitep Sale 15 NOW ON. 40* Refunded in the £ Bargains in Dress Goods, &c Bargains in Golfers, Over' coats, N Bargains in Sweaters, Men's Suits, etc. Bargains Everywhere. ' Where are you going to my pretty maid, To Bridge's Bargain Sale J9ir she said.' Annual Mid Winter Sale BARGAINS ! ; ; ? - BARGAINS ! ! 3/4 in the £ reduction on all lines excepting Linoleums, Boots and Shoes and on these lines 10 per cent, reduction. As our business is still on the increase we beg' to announce that owing to our enormous salesrsince the cold weather came in, our stocks of winter goods are very limited, but to keep . faith with our customers we have decided to reduce almost to rediculous prices and we advise our customers to get in early **%«,?' while the bargains last. ^ ? -''— — — ^ SPBCT^JCA. .-??-? HoiTOchse's Al Calico 4/6 per doz. while it lasts. ' SOME WINTER Usual Sale- DKESS Usual Sale COMFORTERS Price Price MATERIAL Price Price '» Ladies Sport Coats ? I6...

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

iiilliiiiii|f j .^ '^^^^^^^^lilpiiiliii CESSNOCK^ HOTEL. Under Entirely New Management, ; The proprietor of the CessnocU Hotel desires to intimate 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-dale in every department. James Attwater, Proprietor, Cessnock Hotel, Cessnock. To Avoid Disappointment p.,^^ (?S&?525v. Winter Suit-Now ! MEASURE Jr%p4 jHl - Last year we had to turn orders ^''*''//fi2t2Sift\B| Tf^t away and as we do not want a /L*'^8BB£* n ? repetition of this we ask you to f .(j| fiBBBT. H £ ' A' Suitable Kange of iill-^^^J H J * New Season's Patterns. .— t.^^^Sk \ 8 R. PEART AMm Depend8 THE PEOPLE'S TAILOR, i* ** ™W'* ***** (W the Pitting of his Clothw Vincent St., Cessnock. . d dOHNSON, Practical Engineer in Motors, Cycles, Sewing Machine...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 July 1914

The Broken Hill Branch of the A.M.A. earned -a resolution that its object in opposing aliens on mines was to prevent Englishmen, as well men of other nationalities, from coming to Australia, 'to flood the already glutted labour market.' From July 1st the pay of sergeants and senior-constables in the 'Victor- ian police has been raised by 6d a day. An undertaking was given to Parliament by the second Watt Min- ' istry that the increase would be made, and the present Administration has honoured the promise. Compulsory conferences are to be Field in Melbourne next month under the provisions of the Commonwealth Arbitration Act, to deal with Disputes which have arisen in connection with the Metalliferous mining and refrigerating industries The Governor-General and Lady Helen Muriro . Ferguson will arrive in Sydney from Melbourne an Sat urday and be officially met at the railway station by the Lord Mayor and Lady. Mayoress, and alderman. of the City Council, and other re presentative citi...

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VALEDICTORY. Senior-Constable Nowland's Departure. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 July 1914

V/^ICTORY. Senior - Constable Nowland's De parture. ?'?;. A large attendance of the friends and well wishes of SeiL-OonsUole Nowland assembled at the Cessnock Hall on Saturday ; evening -to. pay their respects to that gentleman on the eve of his departure from Oess nock. Jir. T. F. Higgius occupied ,the chair, and in a brief; manner in troduced the reason of the gathering The chairman read out apologies from a large number of residents. After the. Loyal toast had been disposed of with musical honours, the chairman called on Mr. JJay. Lord to move the toast of 'The State Parliament.' Mr. Lord said he would rather the toast had been entrusted to some one else, for the reason at the present time he was 'up against' some mem bers of the Government. He said ir was a pity the State Parliament was not constituted of men of the same calibre as Mr. Kearsley. He thought that the Labour Parliament should legislate for the masses but were they getting that form of Government? However he hoped t...

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INDUSTRIAL COURT. Inspector Gregory v. Colin Campbell. Adjourned to 21st inst., by consent. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 July 1914

INDUSTEIAL COUET. Inspector Gregory v. Colin Camp bell. Adjourned to 21st inst., by consent. Inspector Gregory proceeded : against the Wickham & Bullock Is M land Coal Company for having em r,ar-v ployed Phillip Dederer at the rate of ?',S .-V— $ti .as'a;-.road layer whereas the 9 award provided for the payment of ? 10s. 6d. for such work. B Afr nipiTinnf, .Tnlins ^inn.nn.Of-r of K Neath Colliery), pleaded guilty on I behalf of the defendant company. I Mr. Gregory said the case in ques' ? tion was practically a test, cast, as B two other cases on similar lines were ? pending. Mr. Jones said he had S* pleaded guilty to one day only. W ? A fine of £1 was inflicted, expenses £2 6s, 4d, and costs of court 10s. Inspector Gregory appeared against j the Cessnock and Aberdare Co'opera ; tive Society, charging that body with having paid an employee under the ?wage required' by the award to a departmental manageress. jB( George Gregory, inspector under wr the Arbitration Act, said on ...

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Cessnock Police Court. Tuesday, 7th July, 1914. (Before Mr. C. H. Gale, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 July 1914

*r- r- '-] Cewnock Police Court. f Tuesclay, 7th July, 1914. (BelproMr. C. H. Gale, P.M.) L. Malloy (Adjunct 14th Infantry) proceeded against F. J. Stodson, Thoina* W.* Lewis, M. HyamB, JameB Hill, Eobert-L. Dobhie, foe having failed to make up the usual drill period. Defendants pleaded guilty and were fined 10s. costs 3s, in de fault 14 days detention in Victoria Barracks, Sydney. The Area Officer proceeded against William Henry Webb on a charge of having failed to notify change ot aa dress. Fined £1, 3s. costs, in de fault 14 days deteution in Victoria Barracks, Sydney. John Reginald Darcy for using indecent language was fined-20s. and 6s. cobts in default 14 days' hard labor. C. Quinn, on a charge of riotous behaviour, was fined £1, 6s. costs, or 14 days. George Smith on a similar charge was fined 10s. and 6s. costs in '8e- v - fault 7 days hard labor. James Hodge, for being drunk and disorderly 'was fined 4s. and 6s. costs .of court. David Chick, appeared on two charges, being d...

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

The Salvation Army. An Anniversary Tea wfll be neld: in the Salvation Army Hall on 'Mon- day July 13th, fipm 5 to 7 p.m. A musical meeting will be held at -7.30. Officers :c; and Soldiers from Kurri and West Maitland wilt take partr Tickets l/-,' children 9d. Plenty of music and singing, etc.

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

Vital Statistics. ? ? — . A ? We are indebted to Mr. Berry, G.P.S., for the following imformation concerning births, deaths, and Marr iages in the Cessnock district for the quarter ending June 30 : — Births 83, males 41, females 42 ; deaths 19, males 13, females 6 ; marriages 12.

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Preference to Stock [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 July 1914

Preference to Stock U In connection with the carriage of. v ;5f stock by rail, complaint is now made i''!*m that income parts of the State re- ^-^fl cently passenger traffic has been de- i v'vfl layed owing to preference being given i '.'-J.JM to stock trains. ? , '?: - ifl

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

Snow Fair. The Snow Fair, conducted' under H the auspices of the Congregational '. j Church, was opened yesterday after-. ' I noon by Cr. T. Johns (president of I the Cessnock Shire Council). There - was a representative attendance in* \ \ eluding the ministers of the various I churches in town, excepting Rev 1 Father Kilgallin who tendered an I apology. At the conclusion of the - opening ceremony Mr. C. Jackson j presented Cr. Johns with a pipe^ j The Fail- will be continued to#-. night and to-niorrow night;- :^ : .! ' ^

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

SID MONKS & CO. ' ? — FIRST GREAT SALE &apts FRIDAY N£Xt July 1 C Every person in Cessnock knows that Our Usual Prices are Cower than some of the So-Called Sales When Sid Monk's & Co. say Sale they mean a Genuine Sale. Every article in the Shop has been reduced in some in stances under cost. SEE WINDOWS. ffcfl CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. Mra'a Chetterfieldt — ? ? the cold snap it nowhere 20 only Men's Chesterfields usual 16/6 now 10/6 10 „ „ j, ' „ .21/- „ 15/11 SID MONK'S & CO., GREAT PIT/ TROUSER TWEED. 500 prs. all to go at 3/6 pr., cannot be bought elsewhere under 5/6 pr. 200 pr. men's all wool Trousers, usual 5/11 now 3/6 500 pr. men's sample trousers, some are worth 14/6, all to go at 7/6 pair. 150 pr. men's dungaree trousers usual 2/11 now Via pair. ? Men's tailor made suits all to go at Sale Prices — Usual 40/- now 30/-, now 40/-, 60/- now 50/ BOYS1 CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. 150 prs. boys' knickers, usual 2/11, sale 2/3. JH^^L^- 30 Boys' Sample Suits to g...

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

WltLIAM H. WARD, ?Tupil of Edward King, Newcastle. rU'.^: Teacher of Piano, Violin. Mandoline and Theory. [' c/o Lightfoot's j ' '. ? $fc HENRY, .. (Late George Print;). Undertaker & Cabinet ' Maker. Funerals Conducted in any 'part [of the —District— New nifdUp-to-Uatc riant and Furnish iiifrs. .?? 1'rompt Attention, Reasonable ? Charges and Considerate Treatment to all. . Orders may lie given on mv lielinU lo MR, PRING or Rt the 'THE DON' ?where-nty workshop is silimted, or at iny PRIVATE RESIDENCE, Regent Street ? 3 noorsoff Hilt Street. Trust Moneys to Lend IiMKJE OR SMALL SUMS. LOWEST CUBBENX RAXES. 1 A. JC; WKSTCOTT » Solicitor, Cessnock L Barfield, GENERAL DEALER, 357 Hunter 'St. West NEWCASTLE. HIGHEST 1'RICES given for all Lcfi-off Clothing, lloois, &c Old Gold and Silver bought, in any quantity. The Jargei! stock of Second-hand Watches, Rings, &c. , in Newcastle. All Watches guaranteed lo keep -perfect time. Inspection Invited. All communications pro...

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

Snow sFair to-night. _ : ? :^^ For Chronic Chest Complaints, V'-.^.'sg! Woods'. Great l'epperminVCure, is 6d. ).]M --;| The amount payed in royally on ;^V'H I timber in the Cessnock distriol; ^per^ 1??; | annum is about £1250. ; -v- -v: I ? ? ? ' ?. ? . .'/,?? .\ ?.:.' '-/,-;\;;-.? ;:?;?'$ Now that the ferryfares have n '&{?? -^ wi- vanced in Sydney th« '-orK^aa*?;.'r;-' '?i%$£ik demanding more mqpey. : 0:;-. fiS \'^^$&& ? : During '^'^i0^m^SfiSiM been spent in (3es$n^k;^InStaatfi^;- vifegg

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THE THIRTEEN MISTAKES OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 10 July 1914

THE THIRTEEN MISTAKES OF LIFE.           Judge Paul J. McCormick, for many years, and still a superior court jurist of San 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 unimpor...

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