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EIGHT HOUR DRAYMEN'S DISPLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915

'EIGHT HOUR DRAYMEN'S DISPLAY. Messrs. M. Hemvood, Sydney, and J. Has lett, Orange, have made the following award in connection with the draymen's display in connection with the Eight Hour procession on Monday last:— Thompson, 95 points, 1; Fitzgerald, 90 points, 2; Lewis, 85 points, 3; Foster, very highly commended. As the two judges are experts in this particular line, the draymen in the display can now say they had been adjudicated on by compe tent men.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Exciting Scenes in Industrial Court. IRONWORKERS' WAGES BOARD. MESSRS. C. H. AND H. G. HOSKINS LEAVE THE COURT. MR. H. G. HOSKINS RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915

Exciting Scenes in Indus trial Court. IRONWORKERS' WAGES BOARD. MESSRS. C. H. AND H. G. HOSKINS LEAVE THE COURT. MR. H. G. HOSKINS RETURNS. On Thursday morning the various coun sel began summing up and putting their cases as best they could before the board, An exciting interlude happened, and the. usual quiet serenity of the Court Houst was disturbed to a great degree by the actions of certain persons. Mr., Henwood was addressing the court in reply to Mr. Waldron, and after going into the cost of livinc. mentioned that he did not think it fair tor Mr. Waldron to take into consideration what had already been won for Ihe men by reason of their organisation. These rates hed been obtained in spite of the award rates, and it was not fair they should take thefie things into court. He also submitted that the court could not take away from the men that which they had already had. Mr. C. H. Hoskins then got 'excited and said, 'If the men want fight, they can have it.' And added that he had ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Aggressor. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915

The Aggressor. All that Shakespeare loved in England! All that Nelson died to save! Beauty, Justice, Freedom, Glory Perish in a Prussian grave? Nay, by all that gives life splendor, All. that manhood courts supreme, We must bring the dust to ashes This mad Hohenzollern dream. Strong behind the men of Britain, Steadfast as that glorious host,.' Stands the Spirit of the Nation Breathing fire from coast to coast. Never shall the German levies Make this precious stone a grave, Nor one single child of Britain Sink to be a Prussian Blave. Let the Eagle rend the Lion When the Lion's heart is dead! Let the Tyrant come when Freedom's Last fierce drop of blood is shed! Here live Men, not driven cattle, ;. Here breathe Freedom's foremost sons, Send your conscripts up to meet them, ? Test our mrfhhood with your guns. Let the nations judge between us, Let the human race decide. You who drag to death your people .In the madness of your pride, You who tear with blood-red fingers Treaties naught wi...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915

TENDERS. Messrs. J. L.Morris and Son, architects, ad vertise that tenders for the erection of a dwelling in Bridge-street, will be received up to October 30.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915

c. w. simpson- : ' Dental Mechanic, MAIN STREET, LITHS0W Opposite E.S. and A. Bank All classes of work skilfully, done at lowest prices. A full upper or lower set of teeth from £2 2s. ; Best workmanship and only best material used. Satisfaction guaranteed Hours- 9 a.m,.to 8 p.m.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REGULATION OF BUILDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915

REGULATION OF BUILDINGS. The' Municipality of Lithgow draw atten tion to the fact that Ordinance No. 70A, in relation to the regulation for the erection of buildings, etc., has been applied to this municipality.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FROM OUR SOLDIER BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915

FROM OUR SOLDIER BOYS. Mr. R. J. SchuJstad writes to his mother from *he front as follows: — 'I am quite well, as we all are at the front, and we are quite used to the bullets and shells whizzing i-t us. Just at present we are in one of the reserve gullies. I have seen a lot of the Lithgow boys who have been here some time. You could not credit the class of country this is — it is miraculous the way they made a landing at all. I have only re ceived one mail since I left Sydney, and then I got 19 letters. The boys here are -'olng really good work. I am at present sitting in a diig-oiu. about 50 yards from ihe trenches. Censorship prevents me from saying more.'' ,

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TWENTIETH BATTALION COMFORTS FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915

TWENTIETH BATTALION COMFORTS FUND. Mrs. Isabel Lightoller, hon. sec. of the 20th Battalion Comforts Fund, has written lo'lvlr. T. Evans, council clerk, stating that the case of comforts for the Lithgow boys had arrived safely, and thanked him very much for same-, and also acl'nowledged ro ceipt of £7, to be used to purchase sheep skin vests and Balaclava caps for the Lith gow lads. The whole of the goods will be sent vhh tho bie Christmas consignment.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ODDFELLOWS' HALL PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915

ODDFELLOWS' HALL PICTURES. All the week, despite the rain, there has been enormous attendances at the Oddfel lows' Hall pictures. This speaks well for the excellent quality of the programmes presen ted — for, mind you, it has practically been a wet week, ..or to-night the star is 'The Highbinders,' a 2000 feet picture teeming with items of interest. The second star If. a 2000 feet Kalem drama, entitled 'Haunted House of Wild Island,' while the third star is 'Might of the Allies,' a 2000 feet Gar rnont topical. There will be other films of absorbing interest as well. On1 Monday night a most exciting picture will be' screened, en titled 'The World at War. which has 59 real war scenes. In addition you will see moving pictures of the heroes who have fallen from our own town — you .should not. fail to see Lithgow's Rol lof Honor. One word in your oars — bo sure and book ytfur seats for both to-night and Monday night's shows.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915

-^asm-^Mnmtk***^ A GOOD STOVE ImB%*fw '''it 'k T '' J i ik$ ^s a ?'oy ^or ever' but a bad one is an Bjffi'f 4 %$ffff% V$$''i I abomination. Now iHiWii^M G-c- S¥3©RRIS ^Hltt^^^^^ (Of the Great Western Foundry), Makes absolutely the Best Stove on the market and he has happily named it the ' LITHGOW.' It -has been, tried and found 'not wanting.' He also makes lovely Fire Grates, &c.,..&c, and gives entire satisfaction to '....' ?:.',. Every .Customer, . . If your Machinery breaks down ? / MORRIS will mend it. If your Motor Car breaks down — ? MORRIS will rectify it. In fact, REPAIRS of all kinds expeditiously done.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Unpaid Soldiers SENATOR PEARCE EXPLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915

Unpaid Soldiers SENATOR PEARCE EXPLAINS. 'If my instructions have been followed by the paymasters *n the various States, I don't left iTihT °f V?? retu™ed men could be S«jnS *hat POf^on,' on Wednesday ex plained the Minister for Defence, when his attention was directed to the fact that a large number of the returned wounded sof diers were unable, for various reasons to secure backpay, and were in many cases left stranded or denrnirinnt ^nnn «,.; ~t,~.^._ of generous strangers. ? l ' ''''y 'There is no reason why men should be Pp«rn »l pos.*tIon'' continued Senator Pearce. 'Even if a man had lost his pay book he woUid be on the roll of the hospital ship which brought him back, and there is no reason why on that evidence pay should be made to him up to a certain amount re taining a balance to credit for adjustment later on.'

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.] Will the Worker Pay. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915

Correspondence. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by our correspondents.] Will the Worker Pay. (To the Editor.) Sir, — Mr. F. A. Coghlan, the New South Wales Auditor-General, in his comments on the State's industrial enterprises (and he is noted for the mildness of his remarks at any time), points out that the works in augurated by Mr. Griffith when Minister for Works, and since run by the Holman Gov ernment, show an accumulated loss of £69, 316, and accumulated profit of £48.104. But surely no share-broking shark, endeavoring to boom their shares would dare fake their figures so flagrantly. First, in .the matter of the State lime works at Taree an 1 Hutany, which, according to the accounts, show an accumulated loss of £6595. Mr. Coghlan points out that £1228 spent on preliminary trials are set out as an asset in the balance sheet. This amount of £1220 was intended to have been written off out of profits, but since our professionally paid patriotic poli ti...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915

BRLAD is the STAFF OF LIFE. Very Good, but you w ant Gcrri Irea don't you ? Also as an appetiser, you want ? delicious Pastry. Well, Ladies, go to— J- M'ClAIxL, Main Street, LithgoW, And you'll get just what you require in above lines. He has choice Confectionery, too. L.. & A. KARP, Gents' Outfitters & Bag Importers The right place for Travelling Bags, Glad stone, Kit, and Brief Bags, Cabin and Tin Trunks, solid leather Suit Cases, Small Arms Tucker Bags, Ladies' Dress Cases, Attache Cases, etc., etc. OUR MERCERY DEPARTMENT IS ALSO , ? UP-TO-DATE. THE BEST AND CHEAPE3T PLACE IN LITHQOW. INSPECTION INVITED. W. MOORE, : CARRIER, MAIN STREET, LITHGOW. (Next. to W. Forbes.) W. M. also removes furniture, goods, machinery — jn fact, he is a REMOVIST SPECIALIST. Letters Promptly Attended to.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915

? Smithfieid 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 Quality combined. We intend to come out on top. Our object is a CASH SHOP TRADE, and to get this we will Sell at Prices which allow of a small margin of profit. „ Please Call and we 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
FEELING OF NAUSEA. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915

FEELING OF NAUSEA. Ihe. old saying, 'Coming events cast their shadows before' is especially true of a bil ious attack. You will have warning of its' approach. Your appetite will fail, you will feel dull and languid and have a feeling of nausea. As soon as any of these symptoms appear take three of Chamberlain's Tablets and the attack may be warded off. By tak ing a course of Chamberlain's Tablets ryou will be permanently relieved of all bilious tendences. Sold everywhere.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915

ft, ' I' i J. Walters and Son, I Undertakers, &c, I . Main Jtreet West, I' LITHGOW. jt. ? ? & Funerals Carried out in City style, and i; at very reasonable rates. i[ ? :. '? - .The same Firm specialise also in al f, , kinds of ? ? | PRODUeE. ^ ft ' . ??; . ' £Th Hay, Sorn, Chaff $' ALWAYS ON HAND AT LKSS THAN' * v SYDNEY PRICES. The Mawson Photo Studios AND Picture Frame Works,. -31arice?street, 1 V LITHGOW. (Just Round Trades Hall Cornel,) IN INDIAN INK, in OILS or WATER COLORS , '. ? t Enlargements from Old Photos a Specialty No matter. how faded a Photo we guar '*? antee to produce a living likeness. Shakespeare Says every man should stiok to his last— and JACK RAY Says the same ; and by a study of your Boot Repairs he is sure of securing your patronage. He says that he can repair 93 per cent, of the Boots going Out— and that's saying a lot, Try him and you'll shout 'HpO.RAY!' SHOP : TANK STREET. UTHGOW. NOTICE. ^CHANGE OF PROPRIETORSHIP. ' The HIGH-CLASS CONFECTI...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A LUCKY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915

A LUCKY MEETING. Long ago two' muleteers used to guide their animals loaded with merchandise over the hills in the North of Spain. One of them was a good fellow, but his companion was ;always trying to get the best of every bar gain, and did not mind whether he. did it honestly or otherwise. So after a time he began to grow rich, and to taunt the othei with his poverty. 'All in good time,' replied the poor mule teer: nonesty and perseverance will pay me in the end.' But his friend soon came by enough money to, give up work, and thence forward he spent his time in idleness, squandering his money till it was all gone. Meanwhile the poor man went on trudg ing beside his mules, though the sun 1 scorched him, and the rain drenched him, and the wind of the mountain chilled his very bones. One night he stabled his mules as usual in the cave, and having lighted a fire, he was preparing a ri-us«I :.u;:rQr when a stranger ca:v.e in. The muleteer rose ana made him welcome, shared his meal with...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOR THE CHILDREN. Fun & Instruction for Boys & Girls THE TARTS DID IT. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915

rliR llilt LIiILPSloi. Fun & Instruction for Boys & Giris Conducted by 'Uncle Joe.' THE T£RTS DID IT. The sad' little princess murmured 'Alack!' ''Alas,' she signed, 'and alackaday!' And rhe folded her hands behind her back And her eyes gaz«-i dreamily far away. , ''All of my fairy tales end the same — i They lived and they loved and they died — 'The wicked' enchanter's always to blame; I Oh; fot spmething quite new!' she sighed. 'I'm &ick of my dolls with their china eyes, I'm sick of reading of giants and things, .I'm' tired to death of candies and pies, , ' I hate my crown and my golden rings.' And then her nurse felt the royal head, Looked at her tongue in a knowing way; 'Your ' highness had better come home to bed; You've eaten too many plum tarts to-day.'

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hospital Committee Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915

Hospital Committee Meeting* The usual meeting was held in, the Town - Hall on Wednesday night. Present — - Messrs. Slatttery (president), Stevenson,. Wilson, Reay, Philpot, Batey, Simpson, Me Call, Henderson, and Upton (secretary). Apologies were received from Messrs. Smith, Heaydon, and Walker. ? ? The minutes of the previous meeting were - read and adopted. , . ? CORRESPONDENCE. ( From T. Sutton and Co., re the increase in the price of meat. Mr. Simpson recommended that the meat suppliers be leniently dealt with, as the price , of stock had greatly increased since the ten der had been given, and also oh the grounds that immediately a reduction eventuated in the price of stock, the price of meat would be reduced accordingly. ? He added that Mr. Sutton was rather qpnoyed that the press were allowed to publish the price paid by ? the hospital, as he considered that this was not fair to him. ' It was agreed that the price, was satis factory, and that Mr. Sutton be written to ? this ef...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sunday Concerts. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 16 October 1915

Sunday Concerts. (To the Editor.) Sir, — I feel I must take 'Music Lover' to task over the letter he wrote on Sunday con certs last week. Not for one moment do I decry the good work of the Town Band. They are a splendid combination, and the music they give is far above the ordinary; but to say that their efforts are of a char acter that will supply something that will do instead of spiritual comfort, is far beside the mark. We need spiritual comfort more to-day than we ever did. We have our loved ones, who are in peril at the battles front, and almost beside ourselves to know what to do for the best. Where shall we go for comfort? To a sacred concert (and many of them are only sacred in name) ? No, no, no. Shall we listen to a nice song, beauti fully rendered to satisfy our soul's longing? Of course not. Shall we listen to wholesome music to satisfy our longing hearts? Absurd. I am not what you might call a 'wowser,' a 'psalm-singer,' or a long-faced puritan, but I do believe (and I...

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