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Cessnock Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 24 July 1914

; Ceunock Shire Council. ~ The usual fortnightly meeting of the above council was held on Mon day. There were present: Ore. Johns (president), Baddeley, Morgan, Bercini, and Forrester. Cr. Snape, chairman of the Fi nance Committee, read a report recommending the payment of ac counts presented. — Adopted. Gr. Baddeley, chairman of the Works Department, recommended the following : Bepairs to Washaway Cummin's dam. — That Oakhampton Cummin's Dam Trust be notified that G. W. Beavis ie the lowest ten der at £1050, and it will be necessary for the Trust to either lodge sufficient money, or enter into a bond to pay all. extra money over and above the £454, promised by the De partment. — Becommended the ac ceptance of contract 50/14, Weston — Sawyer's Gully Eoad to the Aber main-Sawyer's Gully Eoad, C. Curr, £21/7/6 ; to call for fresh tenders in the case of contract 49/14 (Palmer's Lane.— Carried. Eepokts. The engineer reported that recent ly the council approved of certain work being done...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Mr. John Brown's Illness. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 24 July 1914

Mr. John Brown's Illness. We regret to state Miv John Browu, of Mount View Road, is still ill. There was an improvement in his condition during the week, but to-day he was not so well.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 24 July 1914

,' Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For Coughs and Colds never falis, 1/6. ' l At the Farmers and Settlers' con ~ ? ' ference on Monday, Mr. Kelsie of ': Dounside, expressed the opinion that J ? the Government out-Jewed the Jews v when it come to the question of i- money -lending. 'I speak with re ;.. gard to the closer settlement loans,' ?: said Mr. Kelsie. 'I have had exper ?? ience^ I came here a stranger to the i laws of the country, and purchased a % farm from a man who had taken it, ; m.) on a closer settlement, loan. I I l ~ was' asked whether I was,; prepared ;. . .to take over the liabilities of the farm . /..J I said I vra'sl. But I w^.s astonished to find that the Government charged me 9. per cent, on the ainount owirig. If the Government can borrow mon ey at 3| per cent., making due allow ance for office expenses, I .think it should be able to lend it for less than 9 per cent, to men who add to the wealth of the country by closer

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The State Bank. HALF-YEAR'S FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 24 July 1914

The State Bank. 1 ? ? ? V V V ? ? * HALF-YEAR'S FIGURES. Mr. Newton, manager of the State Savings Bank, has kindly provided us with the figures of the banks bus iness for the six months commencing January 1 and ending June 30. The balances at January 1, 1914, amounted to £101627/2/5. Up to June 30 £47,985/16/3 was received from depositors, £42.169/12/- paid to depositors, and £1586/11/7 added in interest, which left the balances at 30th June at £107,029/18/3 This shows an increase in the transac tions for the period under review of £7402/15/10. The accounts at the beginning of the year numbered 1864, ff44O were opened, 196 closed, showing an in crease of 244 for the six months, and bringing the total up to 2100. The cash deposits numbered 4626, inter-branch 239, inter-State 2, and acencv 74. making a total of 4951. The cash payments numbered 2569, inter-branch 254, inter-State, agency 39,. making a total of 2865. The transactions for the half year thus totalled £7806. It will be seo...

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Rescue Station for Kurri Kurri. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 24 July 1914

Rescue Station for Karri Kurri. ? ? : ? * ? ? Mr. Edden, M.P., had an interview with Mr. Cann, Minister for Mines last Monday, and urged the erection as soon as possible, of the rescue station at Kurri Kurri, where a piece of land has been set apart for that purpose. The Minister inform ed Mr. Edden that Mr. Humble, wlitf was asked while on his recent visit to England, to inquire into the res cue methods there, had made certain recommendations, and plans and specifications had been submitted to the Works JPenaijtineiit. There was every prospect of the work being commenced at a very early date. Mr. M. Charlton, M.H.E. has been advised by the Deputy Postmaster General that approval has been given for theextensioD of the lettergram system' permanently to ,^est:, ^fitod;,. ; w;^-o :X, :?£?:. ;{/V^£;^|

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Cessnock Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 24 July 1914

Cessnock Hospital. There are now ten patients in the Cessnock Hospital, and everything is working well. The committee has an efnoient and painstaking matron, who reports having a good working staff. The buildins p.nmmif.fiRo mnf. n.f. the hospital early in this week, and decided on erecting a porch leading from each ward to the lavatories, in order thatpatients shall not be exposed to the cold when passing. The com mittee also decided to erect a wire fabric fence in front of the building, and double iron gates, and to put a picket fence at the side of the hospital facing Foster-street. . . y

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Cessnock Police Court. Tuesday, July 21st, 1914. (Before MR. C. H. GALE, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 24 July 1914

Ceunock Police Court. TuesdaV, July 21st, 1914. (Before Mb. C. H. Gale, P.M.) Henry Hargan was charged with haxiug been drunk and disorderly, and with having made use of indecent language. — Senior-constable Now land stated | that defendant the Aberdare Hotel, Oessnock, on horseback, and lie also tried to ride into the dining room, but some people stopped him. — Defendant, who pleaded guilty, was fined 10/-, or seven days, for having been drunk and disorderly, . and for improper language, he was fined £2, or 21 days. John Boyle was fined 20/- and 6/ costs, or 14 days, for having behaved in an indecent manner. COMMITTED ?OK TBIAL. Henry Parker (38), on bail, was charged that at Cessnock ho had forged the signature of George Edward Mitchell to a form of with - ?: wealth- -Savings Bank in order to .. obtain certain public money to wit, the sum of £10. Mr. A. E. West cott appeared for defendant. Charles Claude McGarry, postal inspector at Newcastle, stated from something ho was told ho ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 24 July 1914

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INDUSTRIAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 24 July 1914

INDUSTRIAL COURT. ' Inspector;; (iiregory proceeded against the Hettbn Company, Bell bird, for a , breach of .; an award by paying an emploi^ee,. William Brown, less ^ank&e '?- awara 'wage for his: pattibuiftv^nd. of woii. ?.} ???_'.' ; '.'? ';.,'? ., Evidence Avas gone into, and at the concluBidn of Avhicli the P.M. decided to reserye.-liis decisioji, .- , ' . ?;.rr:r :? \ ?' ?'?&&&&?' item &pm the West ?:-^- : ?~:*'^- Ckinibbp^ Ban&io'urneyed to Fifield :* ?' .: - Isusd: %-j^c» $n-pijj vanpear's ; .tbait :j£t- . inihat toivuship has '?„ heard a BancL. ; As .?$$?$ ias^the Mare o£'\ the instruments atifl the heet of the drum . was h.eaj:d,rjt|ie;Fifield kiddies tpbk'tp . the busU Afffifit as their hoels ;wqj|ild ??Vcaf^t6em^i|:^s^state4--'tbafc1\|^o'; oI^JB^nified'niiJpers while: streak-' mg-^^ji^a^r^ieyens ^Hrbugu !ih©; and' wore -ior-^ lib listen 'to the . '. music. .' -' .'.;.'''? ?'.!?,?' '???????'?; '^- ?;? ?:??,?''' V ;; ...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 24 July 1914

SMALL DEBTS COURT. J. and G. Neale, bricklayers, pro ceeded against Percy Badnidge for the sum of £4/5/- for erecting a chim ney. Defendant paid £2/5/- and 6/ costs into court and disputed the balance of £2, which be said he paid to G. Neale, but obtained no receipt for it. Plaintiff denied having re ceived tlje money. In the absence of a -receipt for the amount, and not sufficient evidence being forthcoming to show the payment had been made the magistrate found for plaintiffs. -

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Cessnock Show. TO BE HELD SEPTEMBER 4TH AND 5TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 24 July 1914

Cewnodt Show, f 7* TO BE HELD SEPTEMBER S 4IH AND 5th. ... Jll What has opine to 'be regarded aslK one of the most important annuajfre fuuotions in Cessnobk is the show*|B and September 4th and 5th are thoJB dates which have been fixed upon for|B tho holding of the annual effort thislB year. The committee, headed by MivlK W.. Snape (president) and Miv J.'JB Brown (secretary), have beenv*tj» work for some time in the interests!* oftthe Association, and as a' result, II a schedule, on similar lines to that-J of last year has been complied. Tho various sections wear a very 1 interesting appearance, and it is ...! safe to assume that the entry will be large — in fact, a record. The association is composed of great workers and no ^tone U being left ' unturned to,' make the show a suc cess. This season's show will be held « in Hampton's Hall and ' Snape' s J Union Sheds, but a portion of Abet- I dare Park has been acquired for the 1 show purposes and next year it is hoped by the ^enthusia...

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Ellalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 24 July 1914

EUalong. in Quite a. number of the resi dents of EUalong journeyed to Cessnock last Saturday to be present at the race meeting held at O'Neill's wine shop grounds, near Belibird. The racing was carried out in old time tasinon and all who paid the visit were compensated by partici pating in an extra good days sport. The full string of Ellalong horses were taken to the convincing ground, and what is to our credit the whole of the four races were won by our horses. Have a Shandy won the double, and consequently many of the followers of the stable had numerous shandies — so inariy in fact that they lost count. Ern. Bridge's Paddy scored a popular win, and the coveted { prize — a pair of trousers — was won ! by O. Smith s Darjou s Grey. The j Ellalong contingent won a heap of , money. The aggregate winnings on the day is said to have amounted to close on £15,039/2/li A meeting to form a committee to transact the business of the newly formed jockey club was to have been held on Saturday e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 24 July 1914

ARTHUR BIGGERS, ; ? - ' '' ?' ' kUCilCJ^ER,'.''; HV'V . ? Has received instructions from a Eeliable Sydney firm to Bell by PUBMG AUCTION nt HIS AUCTION ROOMS VIN0ENT-8TREET. OESSNOOK. PAY TUESDAY NEXT, JULY 28th, at 10.30 a.m. A large and varied stock of Ladies and Children's Woollen Jackets also Sports Coats This stock is direct from the Sydney manufacturers, and represent the latest fashions and are absolutely of the best quality Dont forget the time 10.30 a.m. , ?,.-?,, ... , , ??'*,'??. ' ' ' ?'?'? .. ~\ SID MONKS & CO. - Sale - Finishes 27th JULY. SPECIAL TWO WEEKS FAIRINGS i . ? ' /AT . B. S. KEMPEand Co BARGAINS ARE RAMPART. Blame yourself if you miss your share by failing to take advantage of *- the many bargains. The opportunity of a life time for the thrifty to % supply their present and future wants at Enormors Seductions. ] BARGAINS FOR YOU AND EVERYBODY. ^jj 42 in. Cream Fancy Crepe, usual ... i price 2/6, special price 10|d. yard. j^JS^^k 42 in. Cream Fancy Cre...

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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 24 July 1914

Tennis. — ~ — ' I St. John's T.C. v. Ellalong. #: Played on the church court on Sat- M urday, 18th July. M S.J. E 1 J. P. Gordon and Miss Griffiths 'M v. A. Homan and Miss T. 1w Bridge ... ... ... 4— -S 1 M. Snape and Miss Snape v. :'? B. Ling and Miss D. Bridge 6—2 ,? E. Jurd and Mrs. Tinker v. H. *? Ling and Miss T. Bridge ... 2— 6 ? J. P. Gordon and M. Snape v. [m A, Homan and B. Ling ... 2 — 6 II E. Jurd and Mrs. Tinkler v- A. ... || Homan and Miss T. Bridge ' U— 6 |J M. Snape and Miss' Snape y. -fl H. Ling and Miss D. Bridge 6~5 i M J. P.XJordon arid Miss GnflUhs' ** | y. B. \jLing and Mis% D. ' ? '{M Bridge ... ... ... 3— 6 J! M. Snape and Miss Snape v. : | A/ Hoinan and Miss T. t Bridge „. ... ... 3^-6 I B. Jurd and Mrs. Tinkler v. B. f Ling and Miss D. Bridge ... 5—6 I ': ? ?':??- - ' ' ????88 .49 '' j ???'?? '? . '?' '?'' -.' -'.''? :' ,' ? 1 St. John's eecond eleven y. Met- 1 hodist ChOrch, played on the Met- ' 1 hodist Court. ?''. u -'.'-'- ' ' ] ??-''?'. ?? ': -': . ? ' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 24 July 1914

TO STAND THE SEASON .it the 'HOMESTEAD.' BELFORD. Brilliant Lad SIRE, Plucky Willie, winner of first and champion prizes at Koyal Show, Sydney, 1909, 1910, and 1911, champion prize ac Royal Show, Sydney, 1912 and 1913, first and champion prizes, Hawkcsbury Show in 1908, 1909 and 1910', champion prize at Ilawkcsbury Show in 191 1 and 1912, also first prize at (he Hawkcsbury horse parade, 1909,: second prize and reserve champion at the Royal Show, Sydney, 1908; first prize and premium of loo guineas for best stallion of any draught breed at the Royal Parade, Sydney, 1912. lie also gained first, champion and trophy' valued 20 guineas at Singleton, .191.1 : g sire, Welcome Willie, a great prize-taker, and one of llic Oes! breeding horses in North Olago ; g g sire, Clydesdale Willie, who gained the following prizes, viz: — 1892, first, Maffra and North Gippstand. Shows ; 1893, first at North Gippsland in his own class, and first, prize competing against all ages, import ed or Colonial, a...

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Bellbird. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 24 July 1914

Belibird. The Bellbirds never sang half so ? sweet as did the whistle which blew 'work'atBellbirdonMondayniorning. j The residents were overjoyed at the knowledge that the strike was at an J end, and the prospects of the town j uiaicuing aneaa uy leaps and upunds j once tnoie are now greater than ever, j The fact of the Hetton Company j breaking away from the Proprietors' j Association places out colliery in an I independent position, and residents 1 are of the opinion that the mine — I and the miners — will lose nothing -i by the independent attitude of the \ Hetton Company. , Belibird hod further cause for ex- I citement on Monday, the additional « cause being the arrival of the first 4 passenger train at the mining centre, m Residents could not understand tho B reason for the visitation. Investi- M gation showed that the visitors com- 1 prised representatives of collieries. » Apparently the proprietors are just ? as much interested in the starting of I operations at Belibird coll...

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Cessnock Eisteddfod. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 24 July 1914

v;-;' ;- ;:-;,^Bt*,-J|rte)ldtea. .„..,, ? ; A general meeting of the Cessnock ' and Distriot Public Eisteddfed was . held on Saturday night at the office ? of Messrs. Lane and Quinn, Ltd. ? Ihe presidetit, Mr. A. T. Storey, presided. : ? 1 r ?. . -1.. Minutes of the previous meeting read and confirmed. 1 ? Corraspondence was read and dealt with. The secretary read the balance . sheet which Bhowed :a debit-balanoe. Mr. Quinn said it was unfortunate that a balance on the' wrong Bide was shown. However, there was much to be pleased with, and he was sure an optomistic future was assurred. On the motion of Mr. Quinn sec onded by Mr. Thomas the balance sheet as read was adopted. It was -- ? ?-?? also-carried that the balance sheet be inserted in both local papers. The election of officers for the ensuing year resulted as follows: — President, Mr. A. Eirk ; treasurer, 0. Jones ; secretary, E. J. Winning. It was decided that all offices be declared vacant on June 30th of e&ch yeaiv'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 24 July 1914

v WILLIAM H. WARD, \\' Pupil of Edward King, Newcastle. : TEACHER OK Piano, Violin, Mandoline and Theory. c/o Lightfoot's -/.E. HENRY, (Laic George lYinjj). Undertaker & Cabinet Maker. Funerals Conducted in any '|j;irl 'of lliu — District— New and Up-lo-Dale Plant ami Furnish ings. Prompt Attention, Reasonable Charges and Considerate Treatment (o all. Orders' mav be given on mv behalf to MR. PRING or at the 'THE DQN' where mv. workshop is situated, or nt my PRIVATE RESIDENCE, Regent Street 3 doors off Hill Street. Trust Moneys to Lend LABGE OR SMALL SUMS. LOWEST CURRENT RATES. A. K. WESTCOTT Solicitor, Ccssnock L. Barfield, GENERAL DEALER, . 357 Hunter -st. West NEWCASTLE. HIGHEST TRICES given for all Lefi-nfl Clothing, Uools, &c Old Gold and Silver bought in any quantity. The largest slock of Second-hand Watches, Kings, &c, in Newcastle. All Watches guaranteed to keep perfect time Inspection Invited. All communications .promptly atleuded to WASTE PAPER for S...

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Cessnock Friendly Society Association. ABERMAIN MEMBERS ENTERTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 24 July 1914

Cessnock Friendly Society Associa tion. 4 ? » ' Abeemain Memuers Enter tained. \- ?'?' Last Saturday evening the Cess ' nock delegates of the Cessnock and - Abermain Friendly Societies Associ | tion entertained members and friends '. from Abermain in Fullick's rooms. I ?? Bro. H. Davies, president of the s ' association presided over a good | \ attendance. In a few words he wel ? corned the Abermain brethren, and c said it was a pleasure to return the 5 hospitality which was given to them J ???' during theii1 visit to Abermain. v . .Bro. M. Baillie, in proposing ' The ; Abermain Guests' referred to the ;' assistance afforted the association by ?; , ? the Abermain brethren, whom he re : garded as men of steel. He hoped , . that the bonds of mutual brother 1 hood at present existing would con s' ? /. tinue to flourish. The toast was I drank with musical honours. Bro. I ? Joseph Tucker and Bro. J. ^Pitchford ?;. ' both suitably responded. '?' During the evening a splendid ' programme o...

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Killed by Timber Wagon. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 24 July 1914

Killed by Timber Wagon. Henry Thomas Whyburn, a well known resident of Bishop's Bridge, was crushed to death under a cap sized load of timber near Bishop's Bridge, last Friday. Deceased and his brother, Fred, wets re turning to .Disuup s jjiiuge irom me bush with a load of wood drawn by three horses. The brother took a short cut through the bush, and the two agreed to. meet at a certain point, but as the team did not reach the spot, as agreed upon, the brother went back and found the dray over turned and deceased under the tim ber. He could do nothing himself with the load, and went for assist ance. Subsequently Messrs. T. . O'Brien and Burke arrived on the scene, and assisted the brother to remove the timber. Deceased was badly knocked about. There was a wound on the left temple, and the face was discolored, while the right leg was crushed below the knee. Death was probably instantaneous. An examination of the spot shows that one wheel ran into a rut, and the other ran over a tree ...

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