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MILK—GOOD MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915
. MILK— GOOD MILK. Some cows give good milk (over the ~ * standard), other .cows give milk with water in it— any dairyman will tell you that. See how unfortunate they have been in the police courts through these same cows. But ^ ? wt! have a milk purveyor on our midst who \ gets his milk from cows that go over the standard— he will have no other. During his ten years experience in Sydney and here, Mr. Laynam, of Clarice-street, Lithgow, has i ' had 1002 samples taken and has never. yet been found wanting. This speaks volumes / for the quality of the milk supplied, seeing , that last Sunday in Sydney alone he de livered to his customers over 2y2 tons of ' milk. His advertisement appeals on page 1 s — it is worth reading.
PRESENTATION TO MR. JOHN DIXON. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915
PRESENTATION TO MR. JOHN DIXON. During the evening at the smoke social in ttie Trades Hall on Monday night, Mr. Gray, on behalf of the visiting delegates, presented Mr. Dixon with an umbrella, and Mrs. Dixon with a handsome bag. While making the presentation, Mr. Gray spoke of the great sacrifices the wives of such men as Mr. Dixon had to make. Their husbands were 'frequently away from home on. the business or the cause and were often out late at night attending meetings. In respond ing, the recipient of the presents, referred nipgt feelingly to the great sacrifices his wife had made. She had bravely faced a most grave situation four years ago, but be cause of her interest and belief in his be liefs, she had made the sacrifice willingly. He concluded by saying that for. the kind expression of goodwill that he had heard he was most .thankful, ' .';??. , : 'Come On.'
A CAUTIOUS CABMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915
A CAUTIOUS CABMAN. At the Sydney Water Police Court on Wednesday Henry John Cork, taxi-driver, was charged with refusing to accept hire whilst on a public stand Defendant pleaded not. guilty, and was defended by Mr. Clegg. Evidence was given that Cork refused to take the pnymaster of the Victoria Barracks from Martin Place, on the Ground that that official had just come from the bank with money, and it was unsafe to take him as a fare without an escort. He knew the fare was the paymaster, and considered he should have been accompanied by a police official, as was the practice with banks. Had he taken this fare he would have run the risk of being attacked. Mr. Payton, S.M. ruled that the driver was bound to take the fare without any protec tion.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915
__JHEY FIT YOU WELL.. You look a New Man in the Clothes! Do I! Well, ? m\, Mm H ^r 9 H''*^^ fP&iBtji, [i ETftw £1 ? -ft jP''^fc B ff^^Sk K^^^ 'W^^^ En I IVrl e l\ I B B (\l ol C5I'BSOI%I III ^pr 1 ^ § WmmS^ lisads U U \i \d?& vtmM i Bass? -lta«ff ^t^ | ^B (Sheppeard's Building's) ..;?''?' ' Main Street, Lithgow. ? ... '' Made them. It's one of their Specialities to make a good fit, in. good ..'?'. style, in good quality, and to the entire satisfaction of every patron, .' ? ' . , ? —^ ? ' V. '' '. '~ ,' ? Come and Inspect their Suitings.
DISTRICT NEWS. Wallerawang (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915
DISTRICT NEWS. Wallerawang (From our own correspondent.) The weekly ..shoot of the Wallerawang Rifle Club took place last Saturday in fine, but tricky weather — a front fish-tail wind blowing. Results. — A section — A. Collins 6—36, A. Travers 5—33, W.McIlwraith 3—33, J. Winchester 7—32, A. E. Palmer 5—32, F. Putcher 5—31,. H. Miller 3—22, J. Wallace 6 — 20, C. Houghton 7 — 19. B section — D. Lynch 11—38, C. Houghton 8—33, A. Oven den 7 — 33, D. McDonald 12 — 31, H. Roper 7 — 29. A sweepstake was also shot, and re sulted in a marked improvement in the shooting and a close finish. H. Roper even tually winning with the others close up. Word has just been received from the De fence Department by Mr. John Turner, of this town, stating that his son, Jas. Turner, is now in the hospital at Alexandria, suffer ing severely from enteric fever. Further news is now anxiously awaited. Owing to the continuous downpour of rain last night, the usual meeting of the Waller awang Patriotic Committee w...
Portland [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915
Portland (From our own correspondent.) Another smoke concert was given here in the Coronation Hotel to Private J. Pratt and B. Bettles, both of whom enlisted some time ago from our town, and were on final leave. Mri P. Dennis presided, representing the recruiting committee, about thirty of whom were present, and also many fr'ends of the young soldiers, The toasts of the guests was proposed by the chairman, who, while doing so, spoke in very glowing terms of the two departing soldiers, while citizens of the town. The toast was drunk with musi cal nonors. several or me loasiS' were sim ilarly partaken of. A presentation, on behalf of the recruiting committee, was made to both the soldiers — both receiving from this course a wristlet watch, suitably inscribed. Private Pratt was also the recipient tf a beautiful safety razor, and a Balaclava cap, which were presented him from a number of his friends. During the evening several musical items were rendered, which added to a very enthusias...
LOCAL. OFF TO THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915
LOCAL. OFF TO THE FRONT. ?3;h-:' Mr. G. Blockley, fruitgrower, of Shipley ft; road, Blackheath, has been in the Lithgow !; ' recruiting camp during the past week. He ^,, left for Holdsworthy camp with a number y; of other lads going in the Light Horse. He ?V - is of opinion they will eventually be Sent '/ to India for further training and from thence /: conveyed to the French front. ?? ? Mr. Beattie, a young commercial travel-. :; - ler, representing Nettleton, Son, and Col, ' ' and well-known in this district, has enlisted. '?'?''?.' He has been trying, to pass for some con ,, ? . siderable time, but was rejected at first .'.:' through some slight toe. joint infirmity. He v . has two other brothers at the front.
CORPORAL ROBERTS. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915
CORPORAL ROBERTS. This young soldier, who had intended go ing with the 20th Battalion, but . was pre vented, was in town on sick leave for a couple of days this week. He is encamped at Holdsworthy, and is attached to the C ? Company of the 7th. He contracted measles while in camp, but is now well on the road to recovery. The food supplies, he considers, are now good enough for anyone.
"THE CHARLIE CHAPLIN CURE." [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915
'THE CHARLIE CHAPLIN CURE.' ,, A singular thing happened to a member of the Paine' family, of Blackheath-; who has just returned from the front, wounded. The young fellow was so unnerved that he be came blind, deaf, and dumb. During the voyage from Egypt he recovered his sight, but landed in Sydney deaf and dumb. Strange to relate, his friends took him to a picture show inv Sydney, and whilst watch ing the antics of the picture actor, Charlie Chaplin, he laughed so heartily that he broke some throat affection (probably .caused by his affliction) and left the hall free of his two afflictions. There. are several members of the Paine family at the front. , ,
TAILORS OF QUALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915
TAILORS OF QUALITY, Messrs. E. Mark and Co. have now been , . established in our midst for about a year, , arid during that time have made a name for themselves for suits of quality. Everything is done on the premises, and you can rely on a perfect fit as well as excellent work ' manship. They also make a feature of re pairs. If your best suit has by mischance » been torn or mutilated, take it along to this firm. They will repair it that neatly that you will hardly be able td tell it had been repaired at all. In their advertisement to-day they urge you to order your Christ , mas suit now. -
ANOTHER INFLUENZA VICTIM. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915
ANOTHER INFLUENZA VICTIM. Mr. A. Everitt, the well-known watch ' maker and jeweller of this town, has been laid aside for several days with that dread ? malady — influenza. We are pleased to say he is now well on the road to recovery. But then, he is never going to die — as he says he is trustee of a portion of the cemetery in which no person has been buried — the un demoninational.
Hampton [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915
[?] ? (From our own correspondent.) On Saturday afternoon last, in perfect weather, the final stage in the rifle club championship was reached. The ignitions at the earlier stages were1 --R. i.'ale, ^0, 1; Tom Griffiths, 39, 2; Tom Pow-lell, 3X, 3; J. Kelly, 36, 4. p. Hughes (27), had oighth place. A keen struggle took place for supremacy at the 500 yards' range. Dowd?ll, Sergeant Commons, Hughes, and Kelly each made 28 points. This must be considered good shooting with an ordinary MartiniEn fleld rifle, without any wind guages or aper ture sights. Roy Cale dropped to third place, being headed by Dowdell and Kelly respectively. At 600 yards the only change in the leading positions was that D. Hughes took the place of R. Cale, who dropped back into fourth place. A new record for 600 yards was made by T. Dowdell, who made 26. The final positions were: — T. Dowdell, 92—1; J. Kelly, 87—2; D. Hughes, 80—3; R. Cale, 78—4; E. J. Marshall, 66—5; Cr. Burgess, 65 — 6. The scores were as follo...
BRANCH UNION DISSATISFIED. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915
BRANCH UNION DISSATISFIED. A meeting of the Portland branch of th»j Shop Assistants' Union ? was held on Mon day night, and it was evident, from the pro ceedings that great dissatisfaction was ff-!t towards the parent union. It appears that the award exrired 12 months ago, and though the secretary in Sydney has been written frequently, no move has been made towards its renewal. It is stated here that there is a great deal of probability of the ? Dranph joining the Railway Workers' Union, .-tiri'd at *he next meeting a vote will be taken ?in this connfttcion. It is the general opinion :/???. that the parent union does not place the least importance on the Portland branch, and their corre.poadence is not even , .promptly attended to, therefore, the major ity arc distinctly in favor of making some \ ? definite move in the, near future. What this move will he it 1b yet impossible to say, but It is probable that after the next meet ing their lot will be thrown in with the union leferred ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915
BY AN KXPERT. - / P. A. STRINGFELLOW Plumber, Gasfitter & Sanitary Expert,. Main Street West, Lithgow. Being an expert in my particular line and holding the highest diplomas. I guarantee any work executed by me. NOTICE. I wish to state to the MOTOR CYCLING and CYCLING PUBLIC of Lithgow and , District, that I have engaged from August 1, a Motor Cycle and Cycle Builder and Re Dairing Expert, and my workshop will be fitted with all the latest implements for Repairing all makes of Motor Cycles and Cycles. And all work will be done by my Expert, and Guaranteed. I also carry a large Stock of All Classes of MOTOR ACCESSORIES, to suit all Motorists Requirements. I solicit your esteemed patronage. ©. &. Farlow, B. and B. Motor and Cycle Hxpert [ opposite Tattersall's Hotel, Main Street. , E. M. THOMPSON, f MANUFACTURING CONFECTIONER, ' MAIN-STREET, ESKBANK. _____ j The Most Commodious Refreshment Saloon in Town. ALL GOODS ABSOLUTELY PURE. Patronise Local Industry, and Advance...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915
i ? ImportantTjotjce, Owing to the Increase in Prices generally, and especially in the Price of Materials, we beg to intimate that ? ? On and after SEPTEMBER 1st, the price of BRUCE'S SUITS will be 42s. 42s. We still guarantee you Perfect Fit Style, and Workmanship, And the publfc may depend upon getting the same sterling value as heretofore. Splendid range of New Materials just arrived. If you cannot call, send for Self-measurement Form and Patterns. W. H. BRUCE, The People's Tailor, MAIN STREET, LITHGOW.
Our Soldier Boys. PRIVATE JAMES WATT. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915
Our Soldier Boys. PRIVATE JAMES WATT. Th,e following interesting paragraph from a Scottish paper has been handed to us, and, seeing that Piper Watt iB now well-known about Lithgow, we have pleasure in reprint ing it:— , ' 'Piper James Watt (late of Newmains) 4th Battalion, 1st Australian, was on one of the transports coming from Sydney when the Emden was caught. He was only eight days landed at the Dardanelles, fighting in the thick of it, when he was shot through the left, side of the neck, the bullet lodging in his right shoulder. After the fight he knew nothing more until he found himself in hos pital at Cairo, where the. bullet was ox tracted, and he is going on all right now. Pipor Watt is an old NeAvmains laddie, and comes of a volunteer family, his -brother, Acting Coy. Sergeant-major Wm. Watt, be ing a volunteer and territorial of 27 yeurs' standing, and presently located at Dunoon. For four years Piper Watt was an enthus iastic member of Newmains (G. Coy.) H.L.I. He was thr...