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OUR NOTE BOOK. A REALITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 14 August 1914

OUR NOTE BOOK A REALITY.     Since I iwnued iny last noises the if threatened war clouds have burst and M the storm will boou break id full ;..w fury. England who meditated for J§ peace throughout, has itself beon drawn M into this groat sti-uggle through the ,'| action of Germany, who proposed H§ sending troops across a neutral B country to attack Franco. England Sj uustuuuyB yivun unooiumnatug to tlie *s little nations of Europe— Belgium 3 and Holland— that on euch an option 1 she would safeguard them. On the,. |j days previous to this great crisisT % the whole world admired Eng- - land for her great calmness; while '' tho chief cities of other nations were all turmoil, London -was quite itself. By declaring war England followed tho wisest course. If Eng had remained neutral, and Germany had come out victorious, what would England's position have been? Along with tlie fallen she would been domineered by Germany, 'TO THE DAY.' The'toast that for years basb...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 21 August 1914

? , IMI ,_ Gould Bros. & Co. Timber Merchants, (Near Railway Gates, Cessnock) We are now in a position to supply all Building Material necessary for the completion oJ any Building at the Shortest Notice. WE SHALL APPRECIATE YOUR CUSTOM ! ! II We lii-M-a very i-imi|ilcU- »i'c!. anil d\c .-.me lo h.w-: wlwl ymi naul ? if ii's lo bo Ir.iii in lliiv luralily. \Vc^i\e yi hi piomgil :inil i:--in l--'ii^ a'.lcnlii'ii «liui yu cuiiie l'- lliis I'lurinao'. Our I'riiv.- ,nv ;;l«:.y,a, |..« .'- iK; ran U\ r..iiM-Unl «illi i|iialily. (.tin I-i--|K-iisiii^ 1 »*.-] ; ?nir.uil i-, r..inhicli.-t! 'ii iii.ulnii line~ l.ct ii-.-.tvc i-'U 'iie.i nc-l mi-ilirir.is .ire ncciliil. H.J. FALK, M.P.S. PHARMACENTICAL CHEMIST, Tclqdiime 5J VIX'TNT-STRKET, CESSXOCK. ^ IT PAYS TO DRESS WELL. fTHEN LET ME TAILOR YOUR SUIT I will turn out a smart, serviceable, hard- wealing suit at price and quality that command satisfaction. How about your 'Winter Huil — nov: ? Look at my samples — I am only too pleased ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Magpie Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 21 August 1914

Magpie Gossip. At a lime like tiiis when tho Vav- i cut Land is at war patriotism abounds. Australians are making I great sacrifices. A local man, by way : of proving' his patriotism, has : announced his willingness to send i his wife and children to tho front; while he will stay at home and keep house. The employment of women as san itary inspectors seems to be gaining ground with the council*. Tim' Broken Hill council has engaged the . services of a lady sanitary inspector, choosing her from a host of applic- : ants. Did the local council engage , a female inspector much interest would be taken in sanitary matters. ; The council however, could expect that hourly requests for the presence | of the lady at Qongewai, Ellalong. , Yango Creek, and other places would , he received, so great would become sanitary interest. ; The members of the local j Schnapper Club had another of their '. flshing excursions last week end. i They secured permission to go out side and sailed under the gra...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cessnock Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 21 August 1914

Ceisnock Shire Council. The usual fortnightly meeting of the above council was held on Mon day. Present : Crs. T. Johns (presi dent), J. M. Baddeloy, S. \V. Suapc, W. Morgan, A. E. Forrester, and C. Bercini. Tho Finance Committee recom mended nayment of accounts mos ented. — Adopted. The Works Committco recom mended the acceptance of contract Wolloug-Sandy Creek Road to Forbes' Mill, J. S. George, work to bo carried out at £20. — Koport adopted. RisroiiTS. Tho engineer reported re tho appli cation of B-. J. Langan for permission to enclose a road, parish of Hay, he had attonded the local Land Board sit ting and asked on holialf of tho council to allow the matter. to stand over until next mooting of the Board. This was agreed to on the under standing that the chairman is ac quainted with the verdict of the council— After discussion it was decided 'to give permission to Mr. Langan to put up slip rails across the road. The- engineer Ssubmitted a return of the stores and material, plant...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?] Extension of Street Lighting. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 21 August 1914

^^^^^^Kxtension of Street Lighting. ^^^B^ the meeting of the council on ?^?^?tfnday a letter was received from ?^?^E/. MeGeachie, superintendent of HH^BpljCaledonian Collieries, Ltd., con ^^^Kajt'** ? )&he statement niiide to the ?^?Autation from the couucil consis ?^?k of Crs. Baddeley and Snape and ^^^K Crampton, that they are pre ?^?R'ed to carry out the extension to ^^K.e lighting of Cessnock verbally ar ^^Kmged for the sum of £550 per ?^?Muum. ^^|Lpr. Baddeley moved that the ?H^Brk prepare an estimate in con ?Bneotion with the olfer^of the com ^^ktny. In doing so lie said the Pro ?^?^'eis Associations-had taken around ^^Bjjgetition and a large majority had ^^Hyored the streets being lighted by ^^Hectricity. ^^P Cr. Snape seconded the motion, ^B^statiug that according to the presi ^?j dent of the Progress Association the ^Kpeople desired the streets lighted. ^H^The president wished to know ^^Hmh the representative of C Biding ?^?ferthey know positively that the ^^BLepaye...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Free Rebates. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 21 August 1914

f/ Free Rebates. ^K^The Gessnock Jockey Club is still HHdvanciiig in up-to-dato methods. ?Bjet content with the improvements ??Vat have just been effected the com ?Mnittee at its last meeting decided to ?^Bay all railage on horses occupying ^^?1 boxes competing at their future ?^Keetings. The committee recognise ?H^at to be up-to-dato they must make ^^Bkof all modern methods of attract ?^?B horse owners, and of course hor ?H^,' to their meeting. This last step ?Jshould push1 the growing Club along ^KeVen at a faster gait than the hitherto ^R'apid progress.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ellalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 21 August 1914

~\.% EUaloiig. From a Correspondent. ? The threat recently issued by a prominent local horse owner that he would remove his string of liorsos to llandwick if local sport was not pro vided, appears to havo carried weight. On Saturday ulfcht tho controlling j -body of local racing met at Bridge's 1 wine shop to discuss husiuoss. The fcieefcing was very enthusiastic, so Huch so thai Eoland expressed regret Hiat be liad not sent an invitation to Hie reporter of the ' Eagle ' to be Bresont. It was decided to hold a ??ace meeting on November 17th on TOie new course and that the day's j racing bo registered. Bookmaker's J [Land pencilled foes were iixed at 10s. j for the day, and the clearing of tho j course is to be put in hand at once. ] ,i Now that the races have been dc 1 cidect upon several prominent riders I h(*ve began ' wasting' iu order to I ride at a minimum weight. An I ol|d sport has put up a strong I contention that no horse should be I allowed to carry a weight exceeding I 1,...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Amphitheatre Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 21 August 1914

Amphithcftlre :«^i*§gili For the re^uiu^ dt ^^^n|ffl at the ;; Amphittea%;:!^pj^|»r:;^ uigbt, the umuagement are ^fo^i , 1 an eximm^i^m^^mWW^^tM

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 — 21 August 1914

Boys9 Suriffl Sid Moi FamoumM Made Specialfl^| No 1— Boys' Washing Tons, Nos^^H NO. 2 — Boys' Washing Tussorfi ^^^J No. 3— Boys' Striped Holland, N^^B No. 4— A special in Boys' 3 '^ai^^^| for long trousers, Twe$d,^^^| No. 5— Boys' Tweed Knickers, ^^^^H worth 8/11 i* ^^^1 Sid Monks & jfl THE MERCERS & CLO^^H — — — ^^B Great Recoj^H prIiI AregoroM Our .Great Recpfl^^^H every departn^^^^^^^ buyers. It cfl^^^^H in every departm^^^H positive clearan^^^H Come, Ladies^^^^H tunity. Thj^^^^^J Saving ' 6-k^^^^^^H of this town a^^^^^H to our numei^fl^^H caused by nstJ^^^H owing to the {jj^^^^J impossible fo^^^^^H THE H4^^^| vincenI^H VISIT . j^^H HAMPTW^M ADeraare ™ Best Iku and Spirits unlij^^^^| —Splendid .Vccoinmodatiin fulCj^^^^^| CIVILITY AND ATT^^^^H A. W. H^^^^J CAR K^LH^^| J. BURRASTON wie^^^| uouuee that he has a u^^^^^H hire day or night, arid -^^^^^H take taps to any pact oi^^^^H , , ADDWiSB ; NortUuiobecl^^M

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Aberdare Colliery. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 21 August 1914

? ,... Aberdare Colliery. ? ? * The improvements at the above colliery, which include the installa -tion of a more powerful engine, are ' well advanced. When the improve meuts arc finished this already splen didly equipped mine will bo in a position to produce more coal aud give employment to wore hands.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 21 August 1914

Duuoiug iu future will be held in future every Saturday night. A grand, social, iu aid of the Organ Kund 'of. the' Mi. View .-Church of England , is -jbaf be, held paWednesdayv

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Scotch Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 21 August 1914

Scotch Concert. The Scotchman who missed at leudiug the grand Scotch concert in Attwater's Hall on Wednesday evening, under the auspices of the Presbyterian Church, missed a treat. All present thorougly enjoyed them selves, and the occasions have been few that the hall rang with such applause as followed the numerous items rendered. The items by Miss Bessie Frazer and Mr. Tom Angus (Scotch comedian), the visiting, ar tists, brought forth special applause, and. the repeated encores accorded to Miss Frazer and Mr. Angus were eloquent testimony of the apprecia tion of the audience. Miss Frazer possesses a1' wonderful range of voice, and she handled the most difficult songs witn surprising ease. Again and again encores were demanded in her case. Mr. Angus hod a fund of new comics, which, judging by en cores, his hearers fancied each suc cessive song better than its pre deeessor. Altogether, the concert was most enjoyable, a fact which was not .only pleasing to the audience but also to t...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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OUR NOTE BOOK. SUSPENSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 21 August 1914

OUR NOTE BOOK. SUSPENSE. The scanty news that we get from - Europe makes us wonder if there is really a war in existence. Every clay for a fortnight we have eagerly seized the papers, expecting each day to read of Some great battle, either on land or sea. but the news we road only makes us .wonder what the morrow will bring forth. This state of affairs cannot continue much longer as each day brings these mighty armies nearer to one another. The result of the clash will make us shudder, although we but little can imagine the scene. Whether it was an attempt to raise the depres sion hanging over the town or not, but a very strong rumour got afloat that a great naval battle had .been fought in the North Sea, resulting in the overwhelming defeat of the Germans. No faith can be put in such a report, because it comes from official sources that no fighting has taken place in that part of Europe. THE EVENT OF THE SEASON. The committee of the hospital arc indeed a progressive body ; and mat ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 21 August 1914

Lai3(p?& Qtiinn, Ltd K' '/ ???§? - ? ? Beaiitiftil Spring Goods are Now Showing. The Latest Creations. Beautiful and Chic Goods. ? - '.. I* Our Prices have not advanced owing to the War Lane & Quinn, Ltd. The Price Reducers, Kits to be had .'it's HERE ? ! In Medicines, patent or proprietary ' ' remedies, or pharmacy sundries . bur stock is complete. We liavc stores of items not lu lie . ? found elsewhere in this locality. We also handle proprietary remedies that arc not advertised for bale by (is ; our aim being lo provide, as far as possible, everything that anybody in ill e community has need of. EVANS, PHARMACIST CESSNOCK. ...?.'„.:.. $EED We claim to be the Largest Caterers in this Line. VARIETIES STOCKED : Satisfaction Brownell Beauties Early Rose Manhattan Beauty ,of Helron * Guaranteed Hand Picked aud at Lowest Market Rates. ? Call and Inspect. Ask us what to Grow. Our Shop will be closed on Wednesday, 26th August at 12 o'clock :. (noin) for the purpose of Sto...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 21 August 1914

ipliilii d -r 'gSSSr^ti- liMisili CESSNOCK HOTEL. Under Entirely New Management, The |ini|uicl-ir «f the Cosnock Hold desires Id inlimalc that patrons may rely upon every ;-llciiliuii. The ( .'iii.siiic, iUU'iidiimx- ami appuinlnicnisarc ofihe licsl, likewise llie brands, of Ales!, Wino, and Spirit*. Extreme cure ami supervision of management is llie watchword, and llie general conduct of llie holel will he found liglil up-to-ilxfc in every dejMi'diK'iil. James A tt water. Proprietor. Ccssnock Hotel, Cessnock. To Avoid Disappointment pw^^ CSfeSfew. Winter Suit— Now ! MEASURE F^T^N fHT Last year we had to turn orders w^^^/^tJoMB^tN ^BH away and as we do not want a L^^SSS&ltr fl rejictitiou of this we u-sk you to Ij wHBwl H R. PEARTA Man Depends THE PEOPLE'S TAILOR, J* *? Wtart T#i fcr ? the Fitting of his Clothw Vincent St., Cessnock. . , . .-— --*. d. JOHNSON, Practical Engineer in Motors, Cycles, Sewing Machines, Guns, Pumps of Every Des criptions, and all kinds of Engineer...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pages from Our Past THE ROMANCE OF OUR ROADS. PAPER NO. 3. Copyright: All Rights Reserved by the Author. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 21 August 1914

Pages from Our Past *** ? THE ROMANCE OV OfU KOADS. Pai'e'k N(J. a. Copyright: All Kights Ucscrvcd by the Author. lJy Jus. R. Scott, J.P., Member of the Australian Historical Society and of the Maitlanil District Scien tific and Historical Research Society. For who but loves at times to scan The Pages of Our Past. ' When roads were made for Future Man, And Bridges built to last ! — S. How many of us walking, riding, driving, cycling or motoring along our public highways ever pause to consider how, or by whom, these thoroughfares came to heestablished ? Most of us are satisfied with the knowledge that they do exist, aud worry more over their present con dition and the problematical future than over the question of what-pnee was. ? A writer- in last week's issue of this journal remarked that it was i good for man to make tit times a [retrospective survey.- Tlierefore— I Come with me to tlie beginning of ! the 19th century.. i. The Colony was then in its in ; fancy : indeed, it is only...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 21 August 1914

tHEjVAR. The uewa of tlie war is still rof a most meagre nature. Great battles are impending, and news is eagerly sought. The insult of the*ultimatuui of Japan,- givjiig Gpruiaiiy till ihe end of the week to grant certain i-e-: quests {which it hardly seems lively she will grant) is avvaiteil with iu- tevest. Next week should briug so)ue interesting news. _ . , ?, . Xdei) V5 ??; cikss Wtts formed atiihe; School -«1 W'.^-'M Monday flight. The first. do:-.. t. ? Is AVar .'Necessaiy,'.; takes .-pities on Nionday evening. ' ._ ' ? . A 'uuuhk-.': of interesting items, dis IHcliUewbj etc., which have been un avoidably crowded out( will appear next issue. , , ?? ;,:::Ceb8uouk : 13icy cIb Club hold a rood faiga 'ifom /Al.wnnjiiu 'fe'iJJeaJb .Bill ?.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Off to the Front. Protestant Alliance Friendly Society Banquet Members off to the Front. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 21 August 1914

Off to the Front. Protestant Alliance Friendly Society Banquet Members off to the Front. Seeing that nix of the members of the local buincU -of the Protestant Alliance Friendly Society are leaving for the front, the members of that body hurridly arranged a banquet on their behalf at Attwater's Hotel on j-ucbuny i3veiiiu(j ntsu. wuuusiuu was also taken to invite the eight remain' ing members of the Australian Light horse (Cossnock Troop) who were departing to the front to be pre sent at the banquet also. Mr A. E. Kirk was chairman, and after the toast of ' The King ' had been hon ored the banquet proceeded. It was not anticipated that the attendance \YUU1U UD DU At*K£U, lUi 3U (IIUiM.V kill IIUII up to do honor to our boys, that the banquet room proved inadequate to meet tiie occasion. After the ban quet terminated an adjournment was made to Cessnock Hall, where a so cial evening was spent. . The hall, of course, proved capable of holding all, and. the attendance went to show the app...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHERE'S CESSNOCK? SERMON III [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 21 August 1914

WHERE'S CESSNOCK? Sermon III Written specially for the ' ' Eagle. ' ' ' Verily, verily I say unto you we know and have hoard whereof of Sydney, Newcastle, Merewether, Mailand, aud Tiuibucklo, but . . . where's Cessnock ?' When I first projected these series of ' sermons ' I little suspected I was up against so colossal an ex cursion. I saw the beginning aud end plainly enough. The intermediate stages to the end are as diverse as they are varied, which makes it problematical as to which to deal with .first. However a chance re mark on last occasion may be best to enlarge upon. I refer to ' proba bilities ' of our glorious district, and towards that end select as repres enting one of them ' Bellbird . Col liery,' although, on account of im maturity, can scarcely be regarded as representative. However, Bellbird Colliery is fast assuming proportions^ that are potential. ?.;.',-?: A comparison of its present devel opment to our last visit (some three years ago) revealed that whore coal h...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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"Siberia." [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 21 August 1914

' Siberia.' Why Aberdare South, a township ! by the way that is destined to come 'TOtcTproniinence as a great coalpro ducing centre at no distant date, should have peeu designated by the colloquail name of ' Siberia,' can only be guessed at. i'robauiy some wag considered that tbe township was sufficiently out of the way to de serve tbe title. Anyhow, it has it, and ' Siberia ' is likely to stick until prosperity makes it libelous to use tbe term. Great things are expected at this centre. At the present time the shafts are being sunk, and various surface works are in hand. About 100 hands are now employed at tbe works. The shafts will be tbe deep est on the coalfields, and the largest as well.

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