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THINGS WE'D LIKE TO SEE. BY VARIOUS CONTRIBUTORS. PARAGHAPHS SOLICITED. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 4 September 1915

THINGS WE'D LIKE TO SEE. BY VARIOUS CONTRIBUTORS. PARAGRAPHS' SOLICITED. The report of the Government expert who visited us recently to report on the beauti ilcation of the park, published shortly. It will be interesting to note what he thinks of past and present councils' efforts in beautifying our small, park, particularly in the erection of such handsome structures as the baths and ladies' latrines. After many years of controlling a park, what have past councils to snow ior me money ex pended? Search the State and you will pro bably would not, for a town of Lithgow's size; find a worse one. Every credit will be due to the present council if they will convert it into a ' Machattie Park.' A fence put' round the quarry near the Catholic Church and school. If something is not done to it a serious accident will take place. The civic fathers seriously consider the advisability of either erecting a new Town Hall or renovating the present structure. The '. lane at the back of the Ldthgow...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 4 September 1915

Great . .. IS GOING TO BE A RECORD OX*:. AH Remnants and Oddments TOGETHER WITH THE BALANCE OF OUR WINTER STOCK, MUST BE CLEARED DURING THE NEXT FEW DAYS Regardless of Cost. This will be your lam opportunity of securing HIGH GRADE GOODS at a fraction of their actual cost. Following we quote a few examples of the many hundreds 01 genuine money saving opportunities that await you in all depart ments of Lithgow's most popular store. D. and A. CORSETS. \ Perfect ntting and of splendid quality. Stocked in grey and white. Sizes 20 to 30, inches. Usual price, 4/11 pair. Sale price, 4/3 pair. GIRDLE CORSETS. Stocked in grey and white. Sizes 20 to 27 inches. .We have a big demand ior these particular make' of corset. Usual price, 4/11 pair. Sale price 4/3 pair. LADIES' SKIRTS^ We have a few bargain lines left to offer in' smart tweeds, plain, navy, grey and black cloths. Usual prices, 6/11,' 8/11, 10/11, 11/9. Sale prices, 4/11 u/11, S/ll, 9/0. . ' CHILDREN'S VELVET DRESSES. The balance .of ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR NEW SERIAL. DON CRISP. CHAPTER IX (continued). [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 4 September 1915

OUR NEW SERIAL. ffl DON CRISP. g An Original Story from Real Life IT Specially Writtert for the ' Democrat ' I By PERCY CLIFTON. CHAPTER IX (continued). As soon as we were alone Mr. Parsons produced a box of his best cigars and in vited me to light up. ' . '-Sit in my easy chir, Crisp/ and tell me how. on earth you* managed to get hold of your information? I had come to , the con clusion that I would never hear the facts of this affair.' 'So hal I, sir. But last Tuesday I visited the barbaer's for a shave. The young man who attended to, me, anxious to get some common ground for conversation, informed me he was Cruikshank's mate, and referred to the Melbourne Cup win. I was interested' at once. He recounted the story of how h6 got his tip, and concluded by saying 'Those two other chaps in your office wouldn't' be lieve Nut when he told them that Kingsbury had won. They ran down here without their hats to see for themselves.' 'About what time was -it whe nthey came here.?' I en quired...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT A WOMAN DID LAST WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 4 September 1915

WHAT A WOMAN DID LAST WEEK. 'It should 'be interest iny: to your read ers to learn of a rather taMI'ul part played by a woman last week, Tin* sfory in brief is. 'that a bottle of Pickme up Snueo was put into :t nuet bottle, and those using it ronmrkml t hut thore was something nice about the. sauce to day.' Our. reason for inserting this in your paper is, that your readers may get to know that once Pick-me-up Sauce h tried, its quality ensures its continual nee — not because it is cheaper. Thous ands more are using it since the Pickme up appeal. r ?

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 4 September 1915

SHOULD NOT RUN ITS COURSE. Never permit a cold to run its course, for more fatalities have their origin in, or re sult from, a cold than any other cause. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the most nrompt and offeclive medicines for coughs and colds. It loosens the cough, relieves the Hings, opens the secretions and aids nature to restore the system to a healthy con tion. Sold everywhere.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 4 September 1915

IF YOU HAVE AN ©LD PH0T0GRHPH You Want Copied amd Enlarged, TAKE IT TO Who does them from £1 Is. ?

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 4 September 1915

THE Lett Street, Lit hcsow. Tel-48- (H. P. WIORBJS, Proprietor.) The Latest Machinery Installed -the Uesn t — The Clolhes nre not ' worn out' after ;i coupe «»f wa-lungs, . . ' Despatch and P\ omptitudi* sin1 ??ssentri s with tin's Finn Don't forget we have Installed special machines for collars to form tie slip, and so save the three T's — Tie, Time, and Temper. : Why not. support locnl imlnstiy ins'tend of sen-liiit» it out of the town, with » P'K«ihle chance of 'nsiiH' i nn t'-e 'nnhyav. Drop a Post Card for a Price List. Voii'H get if by return.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 4 September 1915

BREAD is the STAFF OF LIFE Very Good, but you want Good Bread don't you ? Also as an appetiser, you want ... . delicious Pastry. l Well, Ladies, go to— J. M'CALjL, Main Street, Lithgow, And you'll get just what you require in above lines. He haB choice Confectionery, too.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 4 September 1915

G©T R e©UGH? GET A BQTTLE OF — ROPER'S —WHITE PINE o\ TAR. IS GOOD. ?'..- | ?? British *rADE HOT WATER BAGS THETTjASTforEVEK A. E. ROPER, M PS., ' ; CHEMIST BY EXAM. (SYD.. UNIV.), JMAIIST STRKTCT, LITHGOW

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 4 September 1915

Send 1/- in stamps, and have the 'Demo- crat' posted to your home for a quarter. DISEASE IN AMBUSH. GERMS ROUTED FROM TH« LAWDRY. It is only diseases that arc infections that can lie in ambush, ready to launch death amongst the inmates of a home, and when we search tht ?. home for the readiest place of ambush we find it in the laundry. This is a statement of fact easily provable : the laundry claims and cleanses every week the clothes we wear, our bed, table, kitchen, and bath linen, handker chiefs, towels and curtains. Nothing absorbs and carries the germs or seeds of disease to readily as these j to ambush the ambushing disease gam therefore we must begin in the laundry. Next as to the method : mere cleansing is not enough, for some disease germs may laugh at boiling water, and may erven breed in commoner sorts of soapsuds. The only way to (ical with the disease germ is to kill it, because its life is its power to infect, and only when dead is it harmless : bo we must not only beg...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FAREWELL SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 4 September 1915

FAREWELL SOCIAL. Miss Mays, of the local Orange Ladies' Lodge, was farewelled at a social at the Protestant Hall on Thursday night. Al though the notice was very short, a goodly number assembled. After a real good time hed been put in, Bro. Aubery Gale, on be half of those present, presented Sis. Mays with a silver inkstand, stating that they were all sorry she was goLng away. Sis. Mays is removing to Bondl.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 4 September 1915

/}p/bre , flfio.r Every Patient is a Pleased Patient. Time and again our Patients remark how pieased they are with our work. PAINLESS EXTRA 0 TONS ARE OUR SPECIALITY. - and our method of Extraction i.s Positively Painless. We use an anaesthetic which haB been proved safe. It dnea not injure the gums, affect theheart, or leave any of the depressing after-effects so frequently felt after an extraction. We will extnict ANY tooth, and guarantee not to cause a twinge of pain. DON'T SUFFER ! Como here to-day and let us prove we can extract Teeth without pain. PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS, 2s. 6d BHiCfe^i!?* Mf (^/$k'W HlPK-SI THE PAINLESS DENTISTS. MAIN STREET IWH^ttP^ifSgl? ®S ^PZW^ ¥ liffiiLnS«B^ £ast (opposite Supply). Bterr'''iTrm'm^i^^^ .|H, i;,,,,,,:,,:n. M,.,g,^

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Baptist Mission Social. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 4 September 1915

Baptist Mission Social. A gift evening and social was held in the basement of the Baptist Church last Wed nesday night. There were a large number of people present, and the proceedings went through in a manner which -was highly ap preciated by the happy gathering. On the large table were to be seen many gifts do nated by members and friends of the church. These gifts consisted of many useful ar ticles, which are to be sent to the foreign mission field in India. In viewing the gifts, the self-sacrifice on the part of the ladles of the church was clearly evident. Great praise is due to the ladies for the time they spent -n making singlets and so forth. The Sunday School took a very prominent part in the donating of gifts, there being many toys, books, etc.. given by the children. The musical part of the programme was opened up with a well rendered pianoforte solo by Miss Vero Gil!., who, only a little child surprised the gath ering. Miss Lily Leslie, in fine style, then gave a recitat...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Correspondence. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by our correspondents.] Australians to he Shot to Give "Pommies" a Job. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 4 September 1915

Correspondence. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by our correspondents.] \ Australians to he Shot to Give ' Pommies ' a Job. (To the Editor.) Sir, — 1 have been waiting to see if some abler pen than mine would take up the task of answering Mr. C. Longton's letter under the above heading, but with one I'.-eble exception no one could, seemingly, take the job on. But as the statements made by Mr. Longton are so serious, I feel that some one must answer. No one recognises more than 1 do the ? m seriousness of the position at the battle's M front, but to say that we ('Pommies' as he m calls us) come out here to take Australian's W jobs is absolutely absurd. Go to Liverpool M camp, Holdsworthy camp, or even Lithgow H camp, and you will tlnd that a very large H percentage, who are making up 'Australia's B (sic.) total are the 'Pommies' he so much ffl despises. '? Again, do not Australians crow and sing '? over the brave British race and the boys o? ? M the 'Bull...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 4 September 1915

General News. '? When a widow wants to marry again she keeps her hair light and her age dark. * * s T- «! * | A Carinda maiden auctioned a kiss in aid of the wounded soldiers' fund the other, day. It brought £10 7s. * # o -',- \ j Mr. William ' Hohenzollern wants the I earth, but he probably hasn't stopped to 9 . consider what the taxes will be. ! I « -:- i:- ' « I . The' Mayor of Fremantle states tliat. he j I visited a transport conveying wounded sol II diers, and that the food was not fit tor men ' if and a low state of health. M ' *. m $ i:i I - ! ? . The shortage of ammunition in Russia j I must be making the poor fellows at the P front regret all those bombs they used to, ? . waste ho lavishly on the Czar. ?i '.- ??.' a i;i IT Despite the closing of hotels at !).;!0 p.m. 11'/ there has been a marked increase in the ?I number of persons brought before the Mel ?I' bourne City Court for drunkenness. U * * * :\i ,;, Robert! Goose Howard, flour miller, of Dunrobln, Inverell, who di...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POWER. FOR WAR WINNING. NEED OF NATIONAL DISCIPLINE TWO CANDID CRITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 4 September 1915

POWER. FOR WAR WINNING. NEED OF NATIONAL DISCIPLINE TWO CANDID CRITICS. It is a common saying that Germany be gan to prepare forty years ago for the pre sent war. A brilliant', thoroughly educa tive article by Mr. J. Ellis Barker in the July number of the Nineteenth Century shows that the preparation was begun nearly three centuries ago by Frederick Wil liam, the Great Elector, who came to the ' throne in 1640, when he was a young man of twenty years- during the devasting 30 years war. Frederick found Prussia thus: ,* 'The country had neither a national organ isation nor an army. The people were Door. rude, uncultured, ignorant, and were devoid of a sense of unity and of patriotism.' The Great Elector saw work to be done —and he did it. 'He ruled the State with savage energy and with great ability. To enable the peo ple to bear the cost of a large army, he strove to increase their wealth by promot ing agriculture, commerce, and the manu facturing industries. He imported from Holland...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 4 September 1915

Something of Interest to you ! Dentist NORIiAl OSBORN, of Beimairgi'e MBdarogs, ' 387 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY, Visits Lithgow FORTNIGHTLY, and may be consulted at null a 8 diiwf^dM S oUlBL Tf nM ^P^1 Jin 3 'TF

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Trades Hall Vaudeville Troupe. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 4 September 1915

Trades Hall Vaudeville Troupe. Mr. Chenhall, the manager of the above, must, indeed, be a happy man to-day, for the spacious Trades Hall was more than com fortably filled (the 1/- part was crowded) on the occasion of their entertainment last Tuesday night. The whole of the artists acquitted themselves cap'tably and further enhanced their already good reputations. The first part was a concerted* chorus by ' the company, and their voices blended beautifully. Roy Campbell (interlocutor) then rendered 'Somebody-'sBoy,' very well indeed, followed by G. Matthews ,who gave us 'That Gobl'n Man.' This performer is rapidly getting into the ^ true vaudeville style. Miss Zillah Robins sang sweetly, - 'Longing for You,' after which a Bong and dance, 'I do Like to be Beside the sea side,' by the Misses Thornton and Thomas was given (a real good item). Then came that popHilar favorite, Frances Tempone, who gave us 'Always Take a Girl Named Daisy.' Aggie Peters then rendered a capi tal song. Our ol...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lithgow Town Council. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 4 September 1915

Lithgow Town Council. The usual fortnightly meeting of the above was held in the Council Chambers on Monday night last, where they were pres ent:— His Worship the Mayor (Aid. Pillans) in the chair, \and alderman Major Bracey, Ashley, Chivers, Taylor, Smith, McCrtll, Slattery, Cornwell,. Isley, and Kelly. An smoloev was received from Aid. Heaydon. The Mayor's minute dealt principally with the planting- of trees in Bowonfels Road, and this caused a great d?al of dis cussion. Aid. Ashley: Aren't they, going to plan! trees on the opposite side? alternately with -those on th rail-way .side?. Mayor: I don't know anything about it. A committee has been appointed to look aftei this matter. I've nothing to do with H. Aid. Bracey : Some of the trees are plant ed in the middle of the footpath. I don't know where their eye's are. The Mayor: Well, what is the committee doing. We look to them to carry out the work. Aid. Ashley: The pickets' are going to cost us much more than the estimate. Some o...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 4 September 1915

BUTTON'S Smithfield Butchery and Bakers. The Proprietor wishes to state that in this Meat War at present he will not be outdone. The ' Smithfield Butchery ' ' has a reputation for Quality, and now we will make it famous 'for Low Prices and 7 ?' ?' Quality combined. We intend to come out on top. Our object is a CASH. SHOP TRADE, and to get this we will Sel at Prices Which allow of a small margin, of profit. Please Gall and w« will submit Prices, -&c, , . WHICH WILL SUIT. No Scarcity of Tripe, Small Goods, &c.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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