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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 14 August 1914

Tennis. L St. John's Tennis Club v. \\t End Tennis Club, played on tl church court last Saturday week |m Snape and Miss R.Snape £ W. Hockey and Mrs. Hockey .... ... t}_ J. P. Gordon and Miss Snape v. D. Goodwin aud Miss * Connors ? ,__ f R. Jurd and Miss Griffiths v. .L W. Beckett and Mrs. *J%? Beckett ? - . 4. J. P. Gordon and Mrs. Snape I „ ', I v. W. Hockey and Mrs. ' V Hockey ? c_ /4^ R. Jurd and Miss Griffiths x, %F D. Goodwin and Miss Con- K&~ nors ? 5__ rf M. Sua»e and Miss 71. R««™ *?& v. W. Beckett and Mrs. Beckett ? ^~\ * -J. P. Gordon and R. 3 mi v. f * 1 W. Hockey and D. Good- t / win ? , ? j R. Jurd and Miss Griffitlis'v. ' W. Hockey and Mrs. Hoc- 'I - , k°y .- ? g-51

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The War. Very Latest. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 14 August 1914

IIIU IIUI ?; 1 HI ' . . i Very Latest. j ' A Brussel's cotrespondont states j that a detatchmcut of Belgian caval I ty, mrabinaors, and avtiUcry are at i the village of- Haelcn. , ?- The Belgians blew up two bridges IjmJJiie^ivcr Doiner aud the Gronnans K^^^raFiven back from the country fi|P^,eii the Denier and Haoieu, m- /ag the dead, thick on the iiold. «fc-'tyjM)in a length of 50 yards the ^r^gOGermans were found.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 14 August 1914

; ?;^-;.'^.^.sg;^ ? ,-? ??.-.?.-.;? .-777,:-'; :,--??;??-./ .-. - ^:;^u]$der Entirely New Management* ?''''?? Tlic |-rojpnS.-jr of llic GeSsnock Hotel desires to intimate Jhat patrons may rely upon every ? ... ;atteiitibn.^;?r!ic Cuisine, attendance and appointments 'are of trie best,. likewise the brands, oflUeSjSttJtjjos, and Spirits. ??'..'-.'. '??'' ^- , . iSireniexare aiiijljsupci vision of 'management is llie watchword, and the general conduct '. . _, of liie'lhXt-Hyill be found right up-lo-dale in every department. T ^ James, Attwater, Proprietor, ? ': . . . .'.?.'?-? ' .. ..???'*' ' Ccssnoc^ JI^fH, Ccssnbd;. -'?'.? JTo Avoid Disappointment ?^??wtak1'- CS^Sfew. : Winter Suit— Jtfiw^ M0S8RE ^f^i^^M -«viy— fljyj as we do not want a ' /^J^SBgBmra:'''' H S New Season's Interns.. '. ''-??' .. ^ '^B.' 'N.'y'*.- ?W B ' R. PEART A Man Depen-|s THE PEOPLE'S TAILOR, /-* the Tdtor'8 ** f°r the Fitting of his Cloth* Vincent St., Cessnock. . ? — U. JOHNSON, Practical Engineer in Motors, C...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 14 August 1914

I Lane & Quinn, Ltd. 1 Inter Sale p|#. 15' NOW ON..' 'a p|^Refun|g^inthe£ SSli m^'8^-9'^-' Oveitm ?pMfi ll|®arSa^: in Sweaters, '% L- r Men'Msuits, etc. 5JVI Bargains Everywhere. §£- ————————— Er Wits to be had r; iVsHERE-- ! is . In J|e-l'-:'»ei-, palciil or .jnupriclarv W? remedies „, pharmacy sundrie's I* -. our slock is complete. v.lft,,t JsS&Z Wo have scores ufileins iiofiu'l.c El?:.. ' found elictthcre in tliis'lucalitv |pt ' ' k. EVANS, K PHARMACIST CESSNOCK. fe I SEED ' 1 j We claini to be the Largest Caterers in this Line I 1 ^*&teH' VARIETIES STOCKED : I [ I Satisfaction Brownell Beauties I Early Rose Manhatten V- I Beauty of Helo n I I I - I Guaranteed Hand Picked and at Lowest Market Rates. I j $1 CaM aftd Inspect. J Ask us what to Grow. A. I. BRIDGE and COY., ' - I P^P1 ^0TTP :— SmaU Profits, Large, Trade. ^??pjcr;'r^:?'v;^:--- %_ .;?' JAS. McKENDRICK, Manager, I NOTICE. I wisiitODOtify Horse and Guile owners in the Cessnuck .lisiijcl ilial n,,vc...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Another Industry. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 14 August 1914

Another Industry. In order to mark the establishment or another industry in Cessnock, the Directors of the Cessnock Cooperat ive Dairy Company issued invitations to a number of prominent towns people to be present at the opening httZTFJ* th6re retrigeia*i'g Plant last Saturday. The attendance was representative, and the visitors show ed interest in the working of the 5S2L£;,W; '? .^Donald, «..«.««„., ot Qirectors, presided and in his opening remarks explained that the director-had se9n the scope for ALTktf1f¥ plant thafc they had S n j ?,take advantage of it, and mstaUed the present plant. He hop ed aiid beheved, thafc the venture would be successful both from the public and a financial point of view. McDonald's remarks, said the com pany proposed retailing ice in small quantities m the summer months a ?rl7a-itlmS h?i)ed ib would Pwwe a bopn to the residents. TJie plant had cost about^lOOO. The company [?] An adiourninoiii: 1.. ... Wttda to the fa,i i« au -mn meiita, wei^ ,f™ .wl««a...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Road Race. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 14 August 1914

Road Race. ? ? r I _ The road race, held under the .1 pices of the Cessuock Bicycle C 1 last Saturday, from Cessnock to 4b mam and back attracted 11 state The race resulted as follows ? - J3aus 1, J. Hannington 2, \V. Hai cock 3. R. Kempe secured the f,t est time, doing the journey in 31 n 40 sees.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Broadmeadow Murder. CESSNOCK RESIDENTS EXAMINED. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 14 August 1914

Broadmeadow Mnriler. CESSNOCK RESIDENTS EXAMINED. At the resumption of the inquest concerning the death of May Hough ton, the victim .of the murder at Broadrnoadow, several Cessnock resi dents were examined. Senior-Coustable E. H. Nowlaud said during the past twelve months be had seen Herbert Ashmau occas lonaliy at Cessnock. About ten day? ago heliad a conversation with Ben jamin Gegetta, a brother-in-law o Ashman's. Gegetta said ' I believl they have got the wife's brother ill [connection with the Broadmeadoxf murder. I am afraid they've got thj right man. When he has a drop c drink in him he is quite sillv. Som time ago he was going to shoot a gii at Kurri Kurri, whom he had a diffei ence with, and I took the revolve from him, and afterwards pawned i and added money to what I got, an brought a ring, and made it a presei [ to him.' Benjamin Gegetta, miner, residh at Cessnock, .said he was married Herbert Ashman's sister, Ashim was boarding at his house at Cessdo. for about three m...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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MR. J. J. TRAYNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 14 August 1914

MB, J. J. TRAYNER. At Winkleman's Hotel, on Sat urday night last, Mr. Matt. Quinn presided over a large and represent able gathering of townspeople, who had met to say goodbye to Mr Trayuorwhois leaving Cessnock to take up an improved position at Port Augusta. This onnoriimii.v was also taken to make Mr. Traynor a suitable presentation to express their esteem and goodwill. Apologies were read from Rev Father Kilgallin and Messrs. fl' Kibble and Fred Barker. Mr. Quiun said that they had met there that evening to say farewell to a resident, one who had made him- I self a prominent townsman aud a courteous railway official. Though his departure was rather hurried it was unanimously agreed that their guest should not depart without some recognition of his- faithful aud energetic citizenship. The toast of ' The King ' was submitted by the Chairman, and was most enthusiastically honored Mr. O'Neill then proposed the toast of The British Army and Wavy, m a. neat stirring speech regarding t...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Serious Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 14 August 1914

Serious Accident . . An iiecideut which involved Serious ] consoquetices,' and yet mijjlit easily j have resulted more seriously, occurred | at tho air shaft being sunk for the Abemiaju Coal Co. by Messrs. Galvin and Howard. It auueai's that on Sund^'ijliiiorning five iuen were cu gaged lbv^iiubering lKJition of the shaft on a staging 50 feet from the bottom, .when stR?3ffi-l5^jthc cradle or some jmrtiou of tbestuXXJi1^' way. Tlrnee of the men grabi^1 tlio bucket and held on, tho fourtllj| a man named A. Hodges, caught Ui*l rope, but in sliding down was badly' lacerated and burnt about the hands i and arms. The fifth-man,.]?. Cray^T ton, was not so fortunate for be fell i the full distanco of 50 feet. He was ! conveyed to the Kuni hospital i where he was found to be suffering from lacerated brain. . ?

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Cessnock Congregational Church LAYING THE FOUNDATIC STONE OF THE MANSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 14 August 1914

Cessnock Congregational Church LAYING THE ITOCXMTll STONE OF THJ'] MAXSJi. One of the chief days in 1 history of the Cessnock Congre; tional Church will he Friday, Aitg 7th, 1914, for on that memorial - the Rev. J. D. .Tones, M.A., ]). . Chairman of the Congregation I'n of England and Wales, came to Cc nock to perform the above ceieino . There was a good gathering pres when Kev. and Mrs. .Tones friends arrived by motor car at appointed time. The proceedi started on the arrival of the gentleman, with the singin;; of hymn 'Oh God, Our Help in .' Past,' the Kev. Itiley, of Eccles offering up prayers. .Hev. Uoo of Kurri, read ;i portion ot soripture. after- which jii'iiyers \ -v— !^ '-*«!SU»»,. . Volvrtu jif VVntitV ^?u »Ty Hev. -r, Jand. l ? -.? - AHer _ declaring tlm =/?«.,„ .... ?' [?] D. Jones, ifTi,uSUl0K-n Ju!z*Bmcihcllm ^ : .' Tea was prepared in tl.L ' ?. ?J-D.fr ^^vann,v j, foSvs:-n'Pti0n ^I' «tone i* 'His s6one wa5 ia;d fa , ?_

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Weather Forecast. For the "Eagle" [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 14 August 1914

Weather Forecast. For the 'Eagle' j line generally and becoming milder with winds lending northerly a change .for unsettled squally, ana showery weather is approaching the j South-western districts and should extend to the coastal districts earlv next week,' * F. H. KELLY. A grand Scotch, concert under the 31CeS,° ih?\Pl'esMerian Church, mil be heipi the Cessnock Hau'| oiiAVednosuSyT7A\,gU6t i9th- ^u^; are several good artistes, supported by the Cessuo?k choir. See advt. The AboL-dare Presbyterian Sun clay school anniversary services take lilaca Sunday next at 3 and 7.30 0 clock. A good progfamme by the i clnldron and their friends has been aiianged ; and the public who will attend may depend upon a pleasant iinu proiitablo lime. Bessie Frazer and Tom Angus the artists who are appearing in tho forthcoming Scotch concert are 1 ?^ o^ioy's stars. Tho Cess nock Hall is sure to be crowded on this occasion, so we should advise all those who intend going to pur ohaso a ticket without delay...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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The South Maitlan Coalfield. ITS BIRTH. PAPER NO. 2. Copyright: All Rights Reserved the Author. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 14 August 1914

The South Maitlan Coalfield. ITS BIETH. Papek No; 2. Copyright : All Eights Euserved tho Author. ' By Jas. R. Scott, J.l\, Mombei - tho Australian Historical Socii and of tho Maitlaud District Sc: tific and Historical Boscarch Soci. ^Acauual glanco.at th^ Stato E toraliRoll for Ccssnonk will si tluit^Rt Hcddon Groi* -''»?' »'-o ' twe' *?,., V tf0?1) duly lualilied' oLt *lho-bulk of these are associnted v the coal ^mining industry. Thcic at first sight. nof)iin-. ini.,..,,.;.. ..1 Wo. 128 as he appears in imniacu type upon the blue paper. And 11c mg note-worthy— beyond the that he is one of the live fain . entitled to vote at the pollin« be m tins mining town, lint t/io m of WILLIAM TESTER is one I should be remembered', for he was who communicated to (he r horities the information which lei the discovery (in the pmcfical se of tho -term) 'of f,he fcomiraraifl Coalfield. . In the early '80's a snwll select UO .acres) was taken nji |,y \\ Tester on Deep Creek— then' hno as .Swamp Cree...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Aberdare. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 14 August 1914

Aberdare. Tlio usual fortnightly meeting of the Aherdare Progress Associate, ?was held List night, Mr. J. Cook iu ??tho chau'. Correspondence was read fion, thc bliiiic Council re the road to Kearslev atnUlie work ,n the Blreets of Ahe^ date. Tlie cuginou- said tho latter work would Ins commence.! hi tl,lee '?oekb.-ItwasdecicodtoawaJVl.Si OMiii-ation of the three weeks t was further decided to invite -Cw Badddoy and Snapo to attend the -i next meeting of the Association, re I the con ention of members that mon- ' ey had heed spent otherwise than it '' should have been iu Aberdare i . ,;U1\ Uoolf gave his icpoi-t of an interview w,th Mr. Keaisely re the Zwnflfcby UlC «ovemn10nt -*r work of- Neatl, jlMaS, jKoai*y-' lipad, and $,0 Cemetery. Tho mS blnfted hack was hecause thc Gov oi-UHiont Jnteuded clearing the road ' and would then shift the fence | ill-. Bnckett was present re the ! question of lighting Ahcrdarc bv i electricity and nradunral ». »!..„ ..', i ?yap ol ?Aherdare. After ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Hospital Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 14 August 1914

Hospital Committee. Tim hospital committee meet at the School of Arts on Wednesday evening to discuss important business. Mr. M. Baillie (president) occupied tho chair. A letter was read from the Depart ment re the committee's letter concerning the exhorbitant prices paid for some of the furniture for the hospital. It was considered' that the furniture was not overcharged * as complained of as prices had been compared. It may be^.isihle to get the article cheaper in Cessnock owing to labour conditions being different. The committee were not satisfied, with the explanation and decided to invite the authorities to send up an indepondant man to value the articles. The secretary (Mr. J. Brown) sub mitted his report concerning his inter view with the Government architect at Newcastle concerning the wash ^basins. After the report had been 'given it was decided to iustal a wash basin in the corner of each ward, also one of modern type in the operating room. Tenders for the erection of a pi...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 14 August 1914

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Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 14 August 1914

Stud Notices \ ? - TO STAND THE SEASON ' i at the 'HOMESTEAD.' BELFORD. ?? BriWant Lad '_ j,fn!i^% |V S dinner of first and ? .??,:?. ??&?; y ;« rf^SgLi-, -L^_Ii '.''?' fe^Sio^ j/ . champion at I ' '-^^^^'^^^^ 4 ? gare, Welcome Willie, fl gref prire-talter V 2SS.lAJE*J&_9r*«W'|vaiie, who b;'-™»« ?''ornng pruts, vi- ^-1892, first, flr* *t-rth Gi^psland in l.is own cU* V, fir^nMcompeUngaBainsl all ages, inlport. Maffra ; 1897, first and champion prizes ai n* rrT P)# S B ,? 8 B sire, Hawheshead, win nerofGUseow Prue in 1881 and 1 881 and Wigtonsliire premium or £ loo ; c E e c e sire, Drew's Prince or Wales (673), one o ssss11' i*ib'*- ??*--? DAM, Bonnie, a prize-taker at the Haw keslMio-and Nepean Shows, by Brilliant Boy, by Venuont; gdam, Violet, by Bonnie Urisnot, by Big Gun (imp.) ; g g dam Jlose by Champion of the World (imp-jT'e c c dan. Gipsy; by Emperor (imp.) *' ' E S S wnP I1 Lad is a fuHbroUierto Brilliant Write, who «u mm for 3oo ineas ?« Royal Parade, 1911 ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 14 August 1914

Timber Merchants, NeapRailwaffi&.Cessnock)! we arc now in a position to supplyV I ^Hing MaterW f ' ??????'???-*i ? ll necessary for the completion of any Bui4g at I the Shortest Notice. '\ I I II ?'' ? 'WE CARE — - — I -j-.ir -lmv ^U^ltir^1'' '''''''-^y b:i»ine,,-, and appreciate fulli - lin. 1 --'.,F«.Tially ihc fact tl.nl ' we rare ' what. I-'«'I in drus^ and service you receive. — Alld Ijl'iMUsj We CilV «.? 1 ? 1 --; '-- iici,},. in i..ive y.mr pcrinaiiciu custom and — confidence. — Tl« «™.i.y «e alli.,,1 yuu I,,, i,;,,, y,.^ a|1(, jt cuaU iiui|iin& H.J.FALK, M.RS. PHARMACENTICAL CHEMIST, Telcpliuiic ;j (.'u- , 1 . . V1XCL-NT-STREET, CJiSS.V(KJK. '!'_— ^ !T PAYS TO DRESS WELL. .gSr ^— — - -I Hi THEN LET ME TAILOR YOUR SUIT MS& l will turn out a smart, semcoablc, JBSI liutcl-woariug suit at price ami V9 quality that couimaud tiatisfactiou. B JB 1Iow ubout your Wiutor Suit— nov: ? 9 « Louk at my samples— I am only too I Hk. uloasuJ to sliow them aud to welco...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Validictory. MR. GORDON BERRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 14 August 1914

Validicfory. MR. GOBDON BERRY. i Mr. Gordon Bony, who bae filled the position of Clerk of Petty Ses sions at Cessnock for eight weeks and Mho during that brief period bas made a host of frionds, ' was the guest of a number of leadinc msi. dents of Cessnock on Monday, the occasion being taken to bid him good oye, he having been translated to Brewarna. Mr. S. S. Waddy bad kindly placed at the disposal of the gathering his spacious \3randal1, and it was there the function was held. Acceding to the unanimous wish of those present Mr. Waddy was in- 1 stalled chairman of proceedings, and after partaking of the edibles provided wie loyal toast was drunk in a man ner befitting the present time. Mr. VSaddy then stated that they bad met toaay, good-bye to Mr. Berry, .who during liis short sojourn amongst them had succeeded in in gratiating himself to their good will and esteem. Mr. Berry was a re- j lievmg officer, consequently a bird of passage, and while they regretted that he -was leaving ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Broadmeadow Murder. CESSNOOK RESIDENTS EXAMINED. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 14 August 1914

Broadmeadow Murder.     CESSNOCK RESIDENTS EXAMINED. At the resumption of the inquest concerning the death of May Hough - ton, the victim of the murder at Broadmeadow, several Cessnock resi dents were examined. Senior-Constable E. H. Nowlaud, said during the past twelve months he had seen Herbert Ashman occas ionally at Cessnock. About ten days ago he had a conversation with Ben- jamin Gegetta, a brother-in-law of Ashman's. Gegetta said "I believe   they have got the wife's brother in connection with the Broadmeadow murder. I am afraid they've got the right man. When he has a drop of drink in him he is quite silly. Some time ago he was going to shoot a girl at Kurri Kurri, whom he had a differ ence with, and I took the revolver from him, and afterwards pawned it, and added money to what I got, and brought a ring, and made it a present to him." Benjamin Gegetta, miner, residing at Cessnock, said he was married to Herbert Ashman's sister, Ashman ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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