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Foller Da King. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 10 July 1915
Foller Da King. Wotta you thinka da latest gag, Pey call it 'Foller da King'? So during the war you be teetbte; . And never da once get sting. I reck' dey setta da good examp' De Czar and Georga da Five, For bloke no needa da tanglefoot, To keepa da soul alive. A Russ' who drlnka da vodka neat, Now walka da chalk line straight, And putta da pile in Savy Bank, He reckon da idea great. Da pubs no sella da shicker stuff; And chaps with da beard get fat, Since Czar he smasha da boozy bott And biffa da vodka vat. But Russia knowa da chaps wot work At maka da drunky drink Would losa da job if world go dry. So doa da mighty tink. At las da risa da bonza scheme, So alia dem keepa da job, Dey giva da prize for use for boose, Of heapa da tousand bob, Dey recka da whish would driva da mote Or maka da bonza silk; No wonder da Russkis turn it up And stick to da wat' and milk. Ivanovitch he shrewda da head, And reckon he nota so green To drink da fuel wot doa da toil And driva da big machine. Dey...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 10 July 1915
THE DAY of DEAR SUITS aa HAS PASSED. fc°7 - HAS TAKEN POSSESSION OF - 0| I ? | f il[ - TAILORING IN AUSTRALIA. - JmfVw ^f ' -1 WE MHKE FOR 37/6. %M- & t^ST SUIT, OR OVERCOAT, TO MEASURE, 1| t\ fgi S. 37s 6d.oNLv. rii-jQ ^f Hundreds of Beautiful Patterns to select from. 1 \\^\4 ^ 1 FIT AND STYLE GUARANTEED. | J|j wL 1 Onnifpn M2IIN STREET, iia . dKULC, Lithgow. ^W E. M. THOMPSON, MANUFACTURING CONFECTIONER, MAIN-STREET, ESKBANK. The Most Commodious Refreshment Saloon in Town. ALL GOODS ABSOLUTELY PURE. Patronise Local Industry, and Advance Your Town. CLEANLINESS A FEATURE. Call in To-day. No More Shaken Bones You can now ride in comfort, from anywhere to anywhere, per means of Wright & Frazer's Cadillac Car ALL DAY TRAINS MET. NIGHT TRAIN8 BY ARRANGEMENT. TOURING PARTIES A SPECIALTY. Parties taken to the Caves.'''*Two inspec tions. Return Same Day. T. YOUNG & CO., AERATED WATERS AND CORDIAL MANUFACTURER, MAIN STREET — — LITHGOW The Purest the Best, and the Nic...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 10 July 1915
IMPERIAL HOTEL. True to name, for everything about it is of an 'Imperial* character. Everything up-to-date. Everything true to label . Just fancy, his beer is drawn through glass tubes, so that makes it pure and wholesome. ) , ? _ ? : ? he Accommodation for theTra veiling Public is superb. BLAST FURNACEMEN and IRONWORKERS I Get the habit of having your Refresher at BLOOM'S Imperial Hotel. Opposite Railway Station, Eskbank Right at main gate.
Passing Thoughts. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 10 July 1915
Passing Thoughts. (By 'Spectator.') There is no question about the impression steadily gaining ground in the minds of a great many people in the State that the Dumber of volunteers offering is not up to what is required. Possibly it is sufficient for the equipping capabilities of the Depart ment, but it is certain that the number is hundreds per week less than the casualty list. If Australia is going to keep a fight ing force at the front in anything like the Streneth reauirerl. roomlM-rie' will hnvo tn be greatly stimulated. Lithgow has sent a large number already to the Liverpool Camp, but there yet remain hundreds of young men who would make excellent sol diers. Realising that many of the young men of the State suitable for enrolment are holding back, the authorities are now get ting the names of all unmarried men be tween the ages of 18 and 45 years of age. The police in Lithgow are at present busily engaged in doing their duty in this respect, and a large number of names have a...
BEYOND THE BAR. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 10 July 1915
BEYOND THE BAR. Mr. and Mrs. C. Baker, Main-street, Lith- gow, have sustained a great loss in the death of their infant child, aged 16 months. The little one was only ill 14 days, but suc- cumed to an attack of bronchial pneumonia. The body was interred in the Church of England cemetery, Mr. G. C. Morris read- ing the burial service. Messrs. Walters and Son conducted the funeral in their usual ex- cellent manner. &nbsp; We also regret to have to report the death, on July 3, by pneumonia, of Merye May Jones, the infant daughter of Mr. J. &nbsp; Jones, Lithgow-street. The little one, who was only 13 months old, was ill eight days. The interment took place on the 5th inst. in the Church of England Cemetery, at Bowenfels, Rev. D. H. Dillon officiating. Messrs. Walters and Son were the funeral directors. Deep sympathy is expressed with Mr. Al- bert Lowe, of Oakey Park, who lost his in- fant child, Charles Benjamin, by bronchitis on Thursday last. The funeral took place ye...
THE CALL! [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 10 July 1915
THE CALL! "Get into khaki. Your comrades at Gal- lipoli are calling you. This is not the time for football and tennis matches. We are at death grips with the strongest and most unrelenting military Power the world has ever seen. It is serious. Show that you realise this by enlistingg at once." — Mr. W. A. Holman, Premier of New South Wales.
General Sport. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 10 July 1915
General Sport. The "Daily Mail" describes Lieut. A. F. Wilding's death. The celebrated tennis player was riding a motor cycle when a shell burst in front of him. He took shelter in a dug-out, with a Suffolk's officer and his men. The next instant a shell fell in the dug-out, and all were killed. Wilding's body was buried close to the road with the Suf- folk's plain wooden cross, the name and date being written with indelible pencil. W. James, a well-known cross country athlete, late of the New England district, is now a resident of Lithgow. He intends competing in the mountain race at the next Eight Hour sports in October next. Besides winning numerous cross country events, he has won chopping contests in the Dorrigo district. We believe he is anxious for a wood chopping match with any axeman in the district.
LOCAL. KILLED IN ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 10 July 1915
LOCAL. KILLED IN ACTION. &nbsp; Mr. Les Simons, aged 23 (brother of Mr. G. Simons, of the Vale of Clwydd), who went to the front with the 15th Battalion, has died of wounds received at the Dar- danelles. Word was received to this effect in town last Friday night. He was a far- mer up Lismore way. We extend our deep- est sympathy to the bereaved.
FOR THE CHILDREN. Fun & Instruction for Boys & Girls [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 July 1915
FOR THE CHILDREN. Fun & Instruction for Boys & Girls Conducted by 'Uncle Joe.' Uncle Joe is one of the most amiable a men in the world, and be delights to hear' irom his nephews and neices, but he is , going to grumble. He does not get as many -lettefs as he would like from his relations. How is this? He has heard that some of : the school teachers object to their writing.' j The-'teacihe'rs say tiiat if they' have' time for ithese sort of things, they have time to do [ their home work better. Now, Uncle Joe - is only desirous of helping all little boys and girls, and thinks that the little time taken to solve the questions given does not interfere with the school lessons given for home work. He also considers that this pastime will help the teachers as well as-the children. Next week Uncle Joe will give a prize of 2s 6d to the boy or girl who will write him a letter on any subject at all. But do not forget to stamp your letters. Uncle Joe has had to pay several time...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 July 1915
Guns, Rifles, Revolvers, Ammunition, and Gun Repairs. WRITE FOR PRICE LIST. Second and Bicycles from £3 and £4. [FULLY GUARANTEED.] ZENITH, NORTON, & SINGER Motor eycles For full particulars apply to T. W. HENDLR5ON, Ltd. 40 & 42 Park Street, Sydney. GENTS! THAT SUIT E. MARK & CO, TAILORS, MHIN STREET, LITHGOW Cloth the Best— Workmanship, the Highest— Prices the Lowest. ' Call and Inspeot. SUITS TO MEASURE (hand-made) from 75/ OVERCOATS MADE UP (in latest styles) from 60/ E MARK and CO., ALSO SPECIALISE IN REPAIRS— If your Coat is torn, or your Trousers want a patch— Well, send it along and we'll do it that skillfully that you can hardly see where it was done.
COMMONWEALTH ELECTORAL ROLLS. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 July 1915
COMMONWEALTH ELECTORAL ROLLS. Persons qualified for original enrolment and electors who have changed their places of living to another Electoral Subdivision and have lived therein for at least one month, should, if they have not already done so, take action immediately to secure correct enrolment. The resnonsible officers are required by law to proceed against per sons ascertained at any time to be in de fault, and such persons are liable to a pen alty not exceeding £2. Claim cards are ob tainable at post offices, divisional returning officers and electoral registrars.
WOMAN'S COLUMN [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 July 1915
WOMAN'S COLUMN CONDUCTED BY 'MAVIS.' It is so easy to drift' into a pleasant un conventional friendship. ' ..,-.. ,-? ~ ? v,Yi6u tdrop rifoxir book! In ^th6 'train; and HE picks it up and rteurns it with a smil ing bow. -What more natural that your word of thanks should extend itself into a chat which becomes a daily occurrence, and that before very long you almost forget that you f really know nothing about him. You probably say to yourself: 'What dif ference does it make if someone mumbles something over us, or not?' ? Unluckily, it does make a difference. I don't mean to pretend that the acquaintance who makes introduces a man vouches for his character, or that being properly intro duced changes the nature of a man. But what I do mean is that the man who gets to know a girl unconventionally is always inclined to regard her as one who has step ped down* a little from her pedestal of dig nity.
SOME USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 July 1915
SOME USEFUL HINTS. Dirty bamboo furniture may- be' cleaned with a small brush dipped in warm water and salt. The salt prevents it from turning yellow, and the washing makes the bamboo look bright. Rub very dry with hot cloths. To clean a pack of cards, soap a piece of flannel and rub each card with it till the dirt marks are removed from both sides, then brush over with the white of an egg. The cards will be as good as new. To avoid danger in tinned friuts, after opening the tin pour all the liquid into a saucepan and add a tablespoonful of caster vinegar. Bring to a boil; then put in the fruit, and let it get cold in the syrup. It is then ready for use. When making a jelly before turning it out of the moulds into a saucer, wipe the latter with a damp cloth. The jelly will slip over the centre of the dish, and not stick to one side of it, as It does when no damping is done. When jelly is not set add the juice of a lemon or some white vinegor. When ironing handkerchiefs, begin by iro...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 July 1915
you WANT REFRESHMENTS! AH ! HERE YOU ARE YOU CAN GET THEM Al W. SLARKE'S A. B.C. Tea Rooms. REFRESHMENT ROOMS Main Street, Lithgow. (Jnrdiais, Tea, Coffee, Cocoa, Pies, Ac, &c at r moment's notice. Try His Pies. They are Simply Delicious. His Pastry is Unbeaten