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SUBDUES THE INFLAMMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 June 1915
SUBDUES THE INFLAMMATION. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the med icine to relieve bronchitis. It removes the difficulty of breathing, relieves the cough, eases the pain by producing a free and easy expectoration subdues the inflamma tion. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is soothing and healing, and assists Nature to throw off the disease and builds up the system so as to avoid future attacks. Sold everywhere.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 June 1915
TO BE WELL FED Means that you'll enjoy life^-in fact, you won't be dead Well, you won't be well fed unless you get your pastry and delicacies from . ,'w^j&G D. HB ARMOUR, THE PHSTRYeOOK ©F THE TOWN. _ ? o ? [STONE BETTER. ARMOUR'S PIES ARE A HOUSEHOLD WORD Then as a Caterer he is supreme. He will oater for your Wedding, your Social, or Tea Meeting, or Picnic, or Banquet. HIS ADDRESS? YES! IT'S— Main Street, Lithgow Lithgow's Best Suit Mews. ^ NORTHEY SUITS are delightfully satisfying in bo JkjL. many ways that they interest wide-awake men U$%$\ Their pronounced betterness gives the well-dressed Mp$fW\ feeling as well as the correotly-clad look. ? mk. ^wKna Faultlessly fashioned, and built for hard service. |l|lwN\'^ Northey-made Clothes invariably give the limit of iH^-nflft^ satisfaction. If your tasto reaches above the Hl' W ' common garden variety ' kind of clothes— if you j I ^ are keen on being distinctively dressed — get a jl M h NORTHEY-TAILORED SUIT. The remarkable f...
BRITISH ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 June 1915
BRITISH ASSOCIATION. The following team has been selected to represent the Lithgow Ironworks in their match against the LJthgow ThiatleB to day, the kick-off to b© at 3 p.m.:— S. Saun ders, Burbridge, Currie, H. Collins, S. Thompson, F. Huthwaite, D. Richardson, A. Thompson, J. Dixon, G. YateB, and E. Wad den.! Emergencies : R. Schroader, B. Holmes and T. Bell. SCHOOL FOOTBALL. The fifth round of the Thompson Cup com petition was played on Friday, with the fol lowing results:— Federals beat Gordons 2 to 1; Waratahs beat All Blacks 1 to nil; Ro'vers beat Wanderers 2 to nil. A very high cIbbs exhibition of Soccer was given by the Waratahs and All Blacks. Some of the panning by the forwards was equal to senioi\ standard. A draw would have been a fair index of the teams' work. The only goal ncored was the outcome of a fine individual effort by Tait. He passed to Jones at the right time, who did the need- 1 ful. The best players for the Waratahs were young Davis, Smith, Grocott, Tait, an...
TO-DAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 June 1915
TO-DAY'S MATCHES. The following teams have been selected, to take part in the different matches to day:— Lithgow Thistles: Porter, Morriss, Valen tine, Glendinning (capt.), Frail, Baird, Den ham, Dixon, Green, Brown, Christie. Emer gencies, News, Brown, MacDonald.. Blue Bells v. Gordons II. Blue Bells team: F. Ryan, P. Ryan, Roughan, Green, Tonkin, Hughes, Doig, Mahon, Rowe, Jones, Thornr. Richards, Leighton. Reserves: Beynon, Phillips, Fergusson. Gordons II team: — Yates, Orchard, Ross, Allen, McCully, Smith, Field, Williams, Barham, Lynch, Schoneldr Cormack, Baker. Emergencies : . Cooper,. Kershaw. The following will represent All Blacks against School of Arts: — Thorn, Holdford, Rickard, Youngs, Hull, Wilson (2), Rodham. Baxter, Peachman, Barrett, Evers, Smith,. Burrell, J. Nicholls, W. Barham. School of Arts team: — Canavun, Forbes, Thlrwell, An nelxark, Williams, Brown, Dybull, Clark, Pascoe, Smith, Meyer, Field, Moore. Emer gencies: Graham, Mabbott, Upton, Cameron
FOOTBALL RUGBY LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 June 1915
[?] RUGBY LEAGUE. The Blue .Bells and All Blacks met in Rugby Leaggue competition on Saturday, when the latter were victorious by 11 to 8. The game was a very good one, and it was interestingly watched. For the winners, Smith, Barrett, Eavers, and Rickard scored, and for the Blue Bells Richards (two tries) and Thorn were the scorers. Mr. G. Kirk wood had charge of the game, and gave im partial decisions throughout. At a meeting of the Western District Football Association on Saturday last the protest of the Thistles was upheld, and the competition was re-drawn. The draw was as under, the home team being first mentioned in each case: — Thistles v. Ironworks; Port land t. 'Cullen'' Bullen; Cullen Bullen v. Thistles; Ironworks v. Portland; Thistles v. Cullen Bullen; Portland v. Ironworks; Cul len Bullen v. Portland ; Ironworks v. Thistles; Thistles v. Portland; Cullen Bul len v. Ironworks; Portland v. Thistles; Ironworks v. Cullen Bullen.
HOLIDAY FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 June 1915
HOLIDAY FOOTBALL. On Monday next (Prince of Wales' Birth day) the Hartley Rugby League Association have fixed two matches for the Lithgow showground, which Bhould attract large at tendances. The first 1b between Gordons versus a Randwick team, and the second be tween Hartley juniors and a Paddington team. Admission is sixpence for gentle men; ladies free.
SPORT. RIFLE & GUN. LITHGOW RIFLE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 June 1915
[?] LITHGOW RIFLE CLI1R The annual meeting of the Lithgow Rifle Club- was held on Wednesday evening last, ?when there were present: — Captain Drinan (in the chair), Messrs. A. Millington, G. Fitzgerald, S. Chenhall, E. Taylor, I. Basser, M. Paul, H. L. Smith, W. Beljon, and A. Beljon. After the last annual meeting minutes were adopted, it was decided to pay all ac counts, and the reoort of the secretary was read and adopted. » The balance sheet (prepared by the treasurer, Mr. Paul), was also adopted. The election of officers resulted as fol lows: — Presidents, Major Bracey and Mr. C. W. Hoskins; vice-presidents, MeBsrs. R. Pil lans, Gale, Conen, Macnamara, Langlands, Paul, Radcliffe, Schulstad, Henderson/ Bas ser, Baumashe, W. Ashley, Drs. Kirkland, W. D. Kirkland, Hutley, Thrower, and Gibbes, R. L. Moore, J. Holt, T. Young, J. James, Colley, Freer, Doig; J. L. Brown, Heaydon, and J. Huxtable ; Captain, Mr. Drinan (re-elected) ; vice-captains, Messrs. G. Fitzgerald and A. Beljon ; s...
MINATURE RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 June 1915
MINATURE RIFLE CLUB. The following are the principal scores at the Lithgow Minature Rifle Club for the month ending June 28.' There was a double shoot last Monday night on account of next Monday being a holiday. The conditions were: — Possible 25, best three shots to count. Hdp. Scores Total A; Kirby ? 3 25 25 25 75 A. Ellis ? 3 25 25 24 74 I. Basser ...... scr 25 25 23 73 H. Spiller ..... 3 24 24 24 72 C.Richards. ? 1 .25 24 23 72 W. Heins, jun. .. 1 24 24 23 71 T. Davy ? scr 25 23 23 71 A. Hamilton ( .... 1 23 23 22 68 second, and third respectively. Messrs. Kirby, Ellis and O'Brien were first,
IRONWORKS HONOR ROLL. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 June 1915
IRONWORKS HONOR ROLL. A beautiful honor roll, in banner form, has teen painted by Mr. Mawson, of the mem bers of the Lithgow Ironworkers Associa tion who have offered their services to King and country. Many of the number (44) are already in the battle line, and one has given up his life in the struggle now waging in the Dardanelles. The honor roil is neatly designed, and the work all that can be de sired. It measures about six feet square, or more, and is painted on satin. It may be seen at the offices of the Association's sec retary (Mr. J. Dixon) at the Trades Hall. Cannot it be hung in the main ball, where patrons of picture shows, meetings, and other functions may see and admire it?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 June 1915
FOR SALE.— Typewriter, Lady's and Gents' Bicycles, gas engine, guns, rifles, cutlery, phonograph, miners' forks, and fine collec tion of new and secondhand furniture. — Finley^ opp. Holt's hotel. 'WHY WALK when you can ride; when you can have a secondhand Bicycle (almost . new) cheap. Apply, British Piano Depot, Uthgow.. '?''? . IF you have any prb^erfies to selior rents to collect try — Wm. Evans,- Main-street. BE BRITISH and buy a Broadwood Piano off the British Piano Depot. Cash or terms. Reg. Moore} Manager. TOU WANT a Musical Instrument to cheer you these cold nights — buy a British Broadwood from the British Piano Depot. Reg. Moore, Manager. IFOR Reliability, Richness, Tone, and Qual ity, you cannot beat the Broadwood. Buy one now from the British Piano Depot, Reg. Moore, Manager. ' SECONDHAND PIANO, Cheap. Easy terms. British Piano Depot. ( ;SE(J6NDH AND ~T1P DRAY™ secondhand sulkies, and pony sulkies for sale.— Leahy Bros, (late Walters). X.ITHGOW CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY, Ltd. ...
CYCLE MOTOR ETC. LITHGOW BICYCLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 June 1915
'^MSKSm LITHGOW BICYCLE CLUB. A road race of 2^ miles, for a sweep stake, was organised on Saturday last by the* Hthgow Bike Club. The secretary (Mr. W.. Honey) had all arrangements in apple pie order, and the course was from Donny brook to the finger posts and return. Eight com petitors faced the Btarter (Mr. W. Phillips), and the winner turned up in C. Wilson, from, the 1% minutes start, with C. Fox, also on. 1% minutes, second. Mr. 'Chud' Goodwin \ was turning point steward, and Mr. G. Smith, sen., judge. The Executive of the N.S.W. Cyclists' Union is leaving no stone unturned with a view to holding the Goulburn to Sydney race again this winter, while no doubt the annual Speedwell 50 miles open road race will also- be held about September. «- * t- * * The League of New South Wheelmen wllJ have the usual programme of events at the Sydney Eight Hour meeting in October, at the Agricultural Ground. Sanction has been granted to the Eight Hour Demonstration Committee to include the Eig...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 June 1915
V /AND CYCLE SENSATIONS. .'?? THE LITHGOW PUBLIC ARE AFTER. We have the latest Motor Cycle Kick Starters to take the Side Car« Counter Shaft Gears, and all the. latest improvements to suit the keenest buyer— and all powers try us ou this. Here yon are— what all are after— 3KCOND-HAND MOTORS, from £35, EASY TBR&IS.— From £lo down and £2 10s per month. And also lovely Motors practically new, at .£80. 5 x.G 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 CYCLES from £9 cash for Boys and Girls, a* well as Adults.' TRY US. MOTORS and CYCLES work we are afte r to REPAIR, and NAPTBA OILS, &c, supplied ars for Motors and Cjrdes. We can satisfy all. TKY US. . We supply Car Tyrea, Motor Cycle Accessories, and all in the Cycle line, also Pram tyres We fit to please all. Write for particulars to Speedwell and Goodwin ©yd® anad Moior Depot BRIDGE STREET, LITHGOW. WE SOLICIT...
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 26 June 1915
GOLF. The Lithgow Golf Club played a four ball, bogey competition on Saturday last for the two clubs presented by Mr. T. Popplewell. The 'Colonel' went under badly to several players, the best cards handed in being: — G. D. Rotton, 7 handicap, 5 up; G. A. Lang lands, 15, 5 up; J. Colley, 7, 5 up; C. H Le Ferve, 15, 5 up; W. E. Holdship, 12, 1 up; R. J. Thompson, 20, 1 up. The vocabulary of the average golfer isr as a rule, pretty large, particularly when the course is, as at the Lithgow links, any thing of a sporting nature. A few days ago a couple of Bowenfels young ladies who happened to be on the links watching some play, were greatly mystified by the exclama tions of a player. They saw him miss a ball that was in a bad lay. He went througn. some, antics, peculiar to golfers, and ex claimed, 'Assouan!' A few strokes later on the player again missed the ball and. loudly ejeculated, 'Assouan! Assouan!!'' Consumed with curiosity (accentuated by the fact a military arrest had only re...