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Randwick Races Anticipations by "Napotandy." [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 October 1915

Randwick Races Anticipations by 'Napotandy.' Hurdle Race. — Ballista 1, Diavolo 2, Min teroo 3. Trial Stakes. — Machine Boy 1, Toa Tere 2, Allura 3. ? A.J.C. Derby. — Wallace Isinglass 1, Cetigne 2, Gringo 3. Epson Handicap. — Garlin or Woorak 1, My Palm 2, First Principle 3. Spring Stakes. — Mountain Knight 1, Cagau 2, Reputation 3. Kensington Handicap.— Roaedell 1, Re lievo 2, Speedfast 3.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 October 1915

WANTED.— A~Youth to assist in paBtry cook's department. Apply Manager, Lithgow Co-operative Society. T7E Allies' Tomatoes.— Tomato plants for sale. C. Tempone, Oyster Saloon, Main street, Lithgow. /~1 OCKERTON'S for gifts to departing sol vAUers. Greatest assortment In town. Come and inspect. You're bound to find what you want. (~i OCKERTON'S for photos of soldiers who \^J are off to the front. Mothers, if you want a good photo of ; your boy, go to Cock erton. ? - , ? - '

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 October 1915

QUALITY. ? — DURABIITY. KLLLY and BOLT, Licensed Drainers -& Plumbers, Main Street, Lithgow. For Quality, Durability. Cheapness and Goodness, KELLY and BOLT are unsurpassed. Their sewerage connections are perfect in every detail. Repairs quickly and efficiently done. If you want a thing done— and done well, go to— KELLY and BOLT. CHEAPNESS. GOODNESS.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Strikes and Their Solution. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 October 1915

Strikes and Their Solution. In every industrial town there are elements that tendt to one day boom a town to the highest pinnacle of prosperity, and next day make it a place that every individ ual wishes to get out of as quickly as pos sible. The reason is not* far to find, for in every industrial town there are two forces constantly at war. These are the workers, who are constantly looking out for number one, and the employer, who does likewise. The workman communes with himself and say, 'Now, I've no money, no goods or chattels to speak of, no large in terests at stake, but there is one thing I have — my hands, with which to work. This comprises my stock-in-trade, my good-will, and 111 sell it to the highest bidder.' This is perfectly legitimate, and quite right and proper, for the employer says: 'I've laid out my capital; I've used my brains and my energy to pull this business together, and now, in order to get the most return for the labor, time, and money spent, I'll get my lab...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hampton [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 October 1915

Hampton , (From our own correspondent.) Private Albeit Boyd is home from camp, after suffering from measles. He reports camp life 'just the thing.' and is anxious to get back. Our rifle club captain (Mr. E. J. Marshall) is on holidays at Sydney at present, so things were quiet at the range on Saturday. trn«l.n~n nf *ha nlnh ara Tint flisnlnvlniT as much interest in the competition for the medal as' could be expected. The tourist traffic to the caves is becoming - brisk with the advent of summer, particu larly last Sunday, when a great number of motor bikes passed through here. Ideal weather conditions point to record grass this season. Already the paddocks have taken on a bright green complexion, and 'the air is fragrant with the delicate perfume of wattle and fruit blossoms. From the cave sroad, which twines round the mountain side, Marsden swamps can be seen spread out below where green fields are beinp connected into deep chocolate brown. Tim colors do not clash at all, but seem ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Route March. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 October 1915

Route flbroh. Mr. W. T. Hitchen, captain of Gilgandra rifle club, has organised a recruiting scetne. , It consists of a route march from Gilgaudra to Sydney, a distance of 320 miles, on a basis of ten miles a day. Apart from the march the men will be instructed in drill, ^«tc, daily, as two officers will accompany tnem on the trip. At every town and vil lage a demonstration will be held for the purpose of securing recruits. The co operation of all recruiting associations are asked in the following matters: — The condi tions, are; Every town to have its own transport, every town its own unit, and each unit to be financed by their respective towns. The men are not paid for this march, as they will not come under the military authorities until they reach Sydney. We ' have practically completed arrangements so that our men can be finally passed and sworn In before leaving here. We are sur*- the moment this moving army reaches your town it will give recruiting n great lift in your distri...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRIVATE WILLIAM THROWER. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 October 1915

PRIVATE WILLIAM THROWER. Dr. vand Mrs. Thrower received the pain- ful news of the death of their eldest son, William, on Tuesday last. Enlisting in Feb- ruary, he sailed for the front two months later, and had written very many cheerful letters home, until about August 21, when he was killed in action. It has been stated that the deceased hero was a native of Kurri Kurri. but this is an error, inasmuch as he was born in Launceston, Tasmania, coming to the former town during his boy- hood. After finishing his education at St.   Joseph's College, Hunter's Hill, he followed the occupation of a wool-classer, until the time he answered his country's call. He was   23 years of age, by no means a novice with a rifle, and was considered a good all-round   sport by his many friends. To the bereaved   parents, who also have another son, Her- bert, in the trenches, we wish to express our most sincere sympathy.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
United for Life. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 October 1915

United for Life. A very pretty wedding took place in St. John's Church of England, Wallerawang, on Wednesday morning, the pair being Mr. George Christian Tyers, of Victoria, and Miss Merle Palmer, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Palmer, of Wallerawang. The bride looked charming in a cream coat and skirt, and was attended by her two sis- ters, Misses Vyvienne and Daisy Palmer, dressed in cream pailette, assisted by Miss Babs Marshall (Mudgee), in embossed voile with shell pink ninon belt. Mr. A. P. Wade (Bathurst) was best man. Miss Har- per presided at the organ, and the service was choral. The Rev. R. W. P. Mont- gomery officiated, and many friends of the bride and bridegroom were present. The wedding breakfast was held at the parents' residence, when the health of the bride and bridegroom was proposed by the Rev. R. W. P. Montgomery. The bridgroom's presents to the bridesmaids were: — Miss V. Palmer, cameo ring; Miss Daisy Palmer, wristlet watch. The happy couple left by the...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MORE MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 October 1915

MORE MARRIAGES. A Lithgow cleric advises that many   young people are preparing to tie the matri- monial knot. Quite a number of marriages are arranged to take plaoe in the near future.  

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 October 1915

Oddfellows' Hall. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. STAR DRAMA! STAR DRAMA! 4000 ft. The Dare-Devil Circus Queen 4000 ft. Read and see the following scenes: — Fred Nolan, the thief — The detective — Ho- mani's Circus— The acrobats— Under his disguise— The supposed Indian— The stable boy —Rash gambling— A thorough search— The ill-treatment— 'A sensational Wager'— His thoroughbred — Selling of the horses— Haunted by the news— She attempts the feat— A tremendous crowd— Sensational sight — Fiery Horse, attacked by Helen — The descent begins— The capture of Fred Nolan in a lion's cage— Defeated at last - ILLUSTRATED MOVING PICTURE' SONGS ?-/.?/?' . 'AUSTRALIAN GAZETTE,' showing the arrival of Australian Wounded Heroes. Private Frank Downs, totally blind, bullet wound in temple, etc. SPECIAL. CARTOON, 'Dishing in the Dardanelles.' Other pictures:— 'Attorney's Brother, drama; 'Mysterious Mr. Davys,' drama. We have a rib-t«ckling Keystone Comedy, Saturday. Full orchestra, eight performers. ? — — ?? ? ? ?...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 2 October 1915

Special Holiday Values at   CONEN AND CO'S       We have juBfc what you need in holiday attire — Splendid Valuea that feature smartness an comfort, as well as economy. From our well-assorted stocks we can please everybody. — Come and secure holiday clothing now atCONEN'S. Ladies will find wonderfully attractive Iine3 for themselves and the children. — Men and youths will be pleased with the offerings we display in holiday clothing. Call and see the Goods. Inspection will load to Selection — and selection means satisfaction with every purchase. EXCEPTmfflM. ¥AliE$ 1§9 iEMY-Ti-TOM ATTIRE FOiS LAifliS AND MSLilSi. Sjg flgffi£(j(frv Smart Jap SIIl-i BIouoqo, in Navy, Black and Ivory, *HJx P^I neatly made, oi good weight Silk — T-'7K' 'I ? 6/11» 7/6' 8/6' 8/11' 10/G- U/9 ^IfLi k The Latent In Blacto S«rlpeVoil«Blo»»e«, Ilia. fro»n ' ' V Made in the newest Style, and in a nice assortment of Aj'wK&SSbSl' '*''' Stripes— 4/11 each ....

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 October 1915

THE LITHGOW PUBLIC ARE AFTER. We-have the latest Motor Cycle Kick Starters to take the Side Cars Counter Shaft Gears and all the latest improvements to suit tlie keenest buyer — and all powers try us on this. Here yoii are— what all are after— SECOND-HAND MOTORS, from £35. EASY TERMS.— From .£15 down and £2 10s per month. And also lovely Motors practically new, at .£S0. 5.x 5 Power, and all latest gears, &c., to take Side Cars or Solo work Write or Call and see us, and'you will henr terms. &c., to beat all. ? ?NEW.-pY.OU38 from £6 caeh for Boys and Girls, as well as Adults. TBY US. MOTORS and CYCLES work we are after to REPAIR, and' NAPHT H a OILS, &-?., supplied Cars for Motors and Cycles. We can satisfy all. TRY US. . ' We supply Car Tyres, Motor Cycle Accessories^ and all in the Cycle line, also Pram tyres We fit to please all. Write for particulars to . .,-,.. - (EHUB (300DWIN. ' ; Speedwell anclCiaOodwiBi ©yele aaid Motor Depot BRIDGE STREET, LITHGOW. .....

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 October 1915

BOXING. Too much rest is a mistake; over nine seconds' at the Stadium is fatal. Frank O'Connor and Hughie Mehegan are to meet at Melbourne on October 32. Wave Geike and Hector Melville are to provide the contest at Brisbane to-night.. Quendreux and Watson are to meet in a return match at Sydney on October 16. Clever lightweight Percy Young is another local lad to get a chance of showing his powers. No definite arrangement has yet been made concerning a Red Watson-McCoy con test for Sydney. . Jimmy Clabby has settled down to hai'd training at the Central Hotel, Waverley, and Is showing all his old-time brilliancy. Eddie McGoorty is willing to meet Darcy, but not at 11.6 ngside. as ,L-arcy insists upon the middleweight limit, there is nothing doing. t In wrestling the lightweight boxing cham pionship from Herb McCoy on Saturday night, Tommy Uren out-boxed the Victorian, and showed himself to be a young boxer of great potentialities. . , Los O'Donnell, 'Spider' Roche, and Dave Smith bo...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PRIZE-WINNERS [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 October 1915

THE PRIZE-WINNERS The following are the amounts won at the Australian Jockey Club's Spring Meeting: — Mr. D. Dalley, £5503: Mr. G. Barnett, £5083; Mr. D. U. Seaton, £3013; Mr. L. K. , S. Macklnnon, £2371; Mr. J: Brennan, J 11,499; Mr. W. E. Bidwill, £1449; Mr. 'J. aron,' £700; Mr. A. Wynne, £630; Mr. H. ' . Cohen, £606; Mr. C. O'Rourke, £596; Mr. T. V. Danger, £400; Mr. T. S. Reynolds, Mr, J. T. Trenoweth, £372; Mr. C. Croon, £303; Mr. E. J. Watt, 300; Messrs. J. Sam ( uels and A. W. Barry £200; Mr. F. Merton, £200; Mr. J. Hawkins, £150; Mr. P. W. Horan, £150; Mr. J. C. Wood, £120; Mr. G. F. Nott, £100; Mr. E. Manifold, £100; Mr. W. H. 'Whitecliffe,' £80; Mr. W. Fletcher, £60; Mr. W. T. Nolan. £50; Mr. C. B. Wright, £50; Mr. F. C. Mohr, £50; Mr. W. Stafford, £40.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN PREFERENCE TO ANY OTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 October 1915

( IN PREFERENCE TO ANY OTHER. With old age comes inactive bowel move ments and sluggish liver. Old folks should never use physics that are harsh and ir ritating for they aggravate the trouble. We unhesitatingly recommend Chamberlain's Tablets in preference to any other medicine for aged people. Chamberlain's Tablets are gentle and soothing in their action and are in every way reliable and beneficial to the ?whole ? system. Sol deverywhere.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 October 1915

Presents of Every Largest Assortment in Town. Engagement Kings a Speciality.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THERE'S SOME CAUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 October 1915

THERE'S SOME CAUSE. When there is a tickling feeling in the throat you may rest assured there is some cause, probably inflammation. Take Cham berlain's Cough Remedy at once and you will realise its quick, soothing and healing influence. Not only does Chamberlain's Cough Remedy reduce the inflammation, but it also strengthens the throat, making it stronger and more able to resist disease. Sold everywhere. Reporting on the question of closing hotels at six o'clock during the progress of the war, the New Zealand Parliamentary peti tions committee has not made a recommen dation, it being a policy matter. It, how ever, considered the question of sufficient importance at the present Juncture for the Government to give the whole matter early consideration. The question was talked out In the House on Monday night.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Boot Repairing Made Easy. MR. JACK RAY'S NEW PLANT. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 October 1915

Boot Repairing Made Easy. MR. JACK RAY'S NEW PLANT. Lithgow is fortunate in having such an en terprising young man aB Mr. Ray, the Tank street, boot repairer, at its service. He has lately completed l)ie erection ot the most up-to-date machinery on the market, and re pairs of all kinds can now be done in a very few minutes. A CrosBley gas eng'ne has been installed, and this is the power used for driving a long shaft on which rotary brushes, emery wheels, and leather planes are fitted. All these are used in the finish ing off of repairs, and so complete is their work that it would indeed be a clever eye that could detect whether the article had been repaired or wbb perfectly new. Another machine is used for sole stitch ing, and so rapidly 1b it worked that fully 35 pairs of soles can be stitched on it in the hour. Still another contrivance 1b used for cutting out soles and heelB. This is in the form of a stamp, a knife of the required shape being placed on the leather and forced thro...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAMPHOR LAVENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 October 1915

CAMPHOR LAVENDER. Now that the warm weather is approach ing and your woollen clothes are put away, you need a good and sure preventative to keep away moths, etc. The following will be found excellent: — Take of lavender leaves, juniper berries, and gum camphor, each a quarter of a pound. Mix and grind. If you follow this recipe and distribute it evenly amongst your woollen articles tboy will never be moth-«aten.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORANGE FRITTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 9 October 1915

ORANGE FRITTERS. After taking the skin off, cut the orange in slices acrpss. or divide it into its natural d' visions, and dip each piece in batter; then with a spoon lift them into hot fat and fry them a pale brown color. Fritters should be put on soft paper or a kitchen towel for a few minutes to drain the fat off, after which sprinkle sugar over them and serve very hot.

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