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BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 July 1915

BOXING. A revival of boxing is to take place in . Lithgow, Mr. Em Goodwin (not of picture fame) having taken a lease of the Stadium, in Tank-street. On Saturday night next the first contest will take place. The chief event will be Joe Berry and Era Goodwin, both of whom have great records, a portion of which we reprint below. There will also be two good preliminaries. The prices of admission are 3/, 2/, and 1/. Joe Berry (a coming heavyweight) won the £1000 tournament in Melbourne, and has beaten all opponents since. He, however, will have a tough problem to solve in Era Goodwin. a boxer who has never 'taken the count.' Era has travelled England and the U.S.A., and has beaten such men as young Brooks, Sailor Lavinsky, Jewie Winch, Cam Gil bert, and has fought a 20-round draw with Kid Lewis, England's featherweight cham pion, and holder of the Lonsdale belt. Private R. R. Annesley, reported among the killed, was from Katoomba. He was a boxer known in the Mountains and in the Maitland...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Enemy Firms. BUSINESSES NOT TO TRADE WITH. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 July 1915

Enemy Firms. BUSINESSES NOT TO TRADE WITH. The Federal Executive Council has sanc tioned a proclamation under the Trading with the Enemy Act, by which the follow ing firms were declared to be enemy sub jects: — Continental C. and G. Rubber Co. Australian Metal Company. Steffens and Noelle, Ltd., Sydney. Woldemann and Co., Ltd., Sydney. August Blumenthal, Ltd., Sydney. Stevedoring and Shipping Co., Sydney. Polack Tyre and Rubber Co., Sydney. Norddeutscher Lloyd Co., Sydney. The German Australian s. s. Company, Sydney. Bohler Brothers and Co., Ltd., Melbourne. T. H. Goldschmidt, Ltd., Sydney. In making the announcement the Federal Attorney General stated that in future it would be an offence to trade with these firms. / 'A number of firms other than these,' added Mr. Hughes, 'may probably be in cluded, but in order to notify the public, we are publishing these names, so that traders may know exactly where they stand. There are other firms, of course, which were, be fore the proclamati...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 July 1915

THE DAY of DEAR SUITS ^ ' HAS' PASSED. ? W*J :: — HAS TAKRIST POSSESSION OF — aSSl f \ V ^tVpfcl ; — TAILORING IN. AUSTRALIA. — J*9SL*\ *' '^*'*L Suits you have been in-' the habit of ' ' v}^JXWt I* \ ' X ^»ii ? . PAYING 90/. FOR ? JjP^J^S^ C*^ ? WE, MAKE F©R 37/6/ ^V^T'^ ^'v^ SUIT, OR OVERTOATJO MEASURE W& \ £$I ONE iw^ /^ j ? IMS * 'HjCflJi PRKE. O « S Ofl.ONI.Y, / ? .. %p- ~| « ^. trm i ' ' ? , ???'?'?? i I * o I ii Hundreds of Beautiful Patterns to select from. I f$L \k « | ? FIT AND STYLE GUARANTEED;, . '' /, f Jjlk %]l I .dKUIE., Litiigow. - ^P.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 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 theTravelling 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

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 July 1915

1 M(giM(E(Dl^ f ©it Pifes I ^$^1#7^[ ' fL-~ , ' 4vfc$5$\ Invorearglll, 1 |5sssJ§i ? ' fW^T^v^ li§§§§§} \ ritation was un' I f§§SSS^ Y^ ^-^NSNS§^J C0Uld nOt '0- 1 ImW% l ' J%v , ?^x all with no success, i 11*,' ,-,' ' \NS&, \ Nothing did me any | mtfm\i'ilv \^ v^V \s°ofi« Rexona Ointment i M»iiVWNH^^%^^M^3was recommended to if^\%f»jWW XV~wllthree applications o! F ff this splendid balm acted ? liko magic. AfteF using Roxona Ointment (or only a short time, I was freed from my terrible affliction and completely cured. Jt is well called 'The Rapid Healer.' ' HEXOMA— The FAMILY FRIEND Women who suffer from Piles are especially unfortunate, in that they cannot talk about their complaint. They must suffer in silence. To all such Roxona comes as a great blessing, for it is easily obtained, easily applied, and the result is always gratifying. The distressing symptoms quickly subside, and mind and body both feel relief from the constant strain almost after the first application. In th...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Loyal Orange Demonstration. A GREAT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 July 1915

Loyal Orange Demonstration. A GREAT SUCCESS. The 225th Anniversary of the Battle of the. Boyne was celebrated by the two local ? Orange lodges in a fitting manner last Sat urday night. The first event was a grand procession from the Protestant Hall. The members mustered in hundreds, and in quick timo the marshals had them in line, and the Town Band marched off. The route was up Main street, to Mort-street, and then down to the Twon Hall. Great crowds witnessed the procession. * The second function was a tea meeting, and over and over again fresh - sitters ac commodated themselves at the tables, of ?which there were six, presided over by Mes dames Morgan, Dennett, Garbutt, Wright, Connor, Grahame, Whittie, Willcoxsoh, Williams, Gill, and Capstick; and Misses Newbold, Mays, M. Connor, R. Connor, Ben nett, Baird, Amos, Hammet, and Smith. The hall looked splendid, the handiwork of MivBruton being evident. The tables, , too, were most tastefully laid out. After the tea, the hall was clea...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORANGE LODGE CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 July 1915

nRANftP LODGE CELEBRATIONS. The local Oranges Lodges, No. 245 (Star of Sunny Corner) and 480 (Daughters of Portland) held their annual 12th of July celebrations in the Crystal Hall on Mon day last. There was a good assemblage of sisters and brothers, and a special roll up from Lithgow and Wallerawang of Orange men and Protestants. Amongst those from Lithgow were ': — Sisters Mrs. Newbold * ? v ? j «f«. mil TTT HIT OCC Ti-wr\ TJfltl. ^StJU.^ cUIU lulo» \jriiit vr .jit*, vuvf «* v. j-'v** nett, D.P.M. No. 4 District. From Wallera wang: — Bro. J. Wilson, D.M., Bro. A. C. Mackenzie (Dis. Sec), Bro. J. Turner (sec. 211), Bro. A. E. Palmer, P.A., 155, Bro. J. Woods, P.A., 155. The hall was tastefully decorated with palms and bunting, the lat ter lent by Messrs. Luff and Rickwood. At 8 p.m. the celebrations commenced by the reading of the Qualifications of Orange ism by the chaplain of the local ji-en's lodge, Mr. Huntly Gilsenan. The Rev. Mr. O'Dea, local Presbyterian minister, then gave ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 July 1915

PLUMBING! JBY AN EXPERT. P A. STRINGFELLQW,' Plumber, Gasfitter & Sanitary Expert Main Street West, Lithgow. Being an expert in my particular line and holding the highest diplomas. ' ? I 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 pairing 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. ©. 6. Farlow, B. and B. Motor and Cycle Lxpert. opposite Tallersall's Hotel, Main Street. 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 To...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Religious Announcements. SUNDAY, JULY 18, 1915. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 July 1915

Religious Announcements. SUNDAY, JULY' 18, 1915. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Lithgow 11 a.m. and 7.15. p.m. Men's Bible Class 3.15 p.m. . . Rev. D. II. Dillon. CATHOLIC CHURCH. Lithgow. 7.30, 9.30 and 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. . . Hartley 11 a.m. Rev. P. H. Doherty. METHODIST CHURCH. Lithgow 11 a.m., Lidsdale 3 p.m' Wallera wang 7 p.m. Rev. J. Bowran. Vale of Clwydd 11 a.m. (Sacrament), Lithgow 7 p.m. Rev. J. Bathgate. ' Vale of Clywdd 7 P.m. Mr. W. Tait. Marrangaroo 3 p.m. Mr. J. A. Bailey. PRESBYTERIAN. Lithgow 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. — Rev. T. H. O'Dea. Portland, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Rev. J. T. Thorburn, B.A. SALVATION ARMY. Open Airs.—Saturday, 7.30, Baumashe's Hotel; Sunday, 10 a.m., Clarice and John streets, Bro. Hudson; 2.15 p.m. Hassan's Walls Road, Bro. Walker; 6.15 p.m. Cook and Main-streets, Lieut. Ridland.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Who Started the War? GERMANY'S DENIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 July 1915

Who Started the War ? GERMANY'S DENIAL. The Germans, now that the war is going against them, positively declare that Eng land plotted it and started it. The following extracts showing what theor representative people said before 1914 prove up to the hilt that it was Germany that cut and dried it.-. The Trident must be in our first. — The Kaiser. In Germany there is fierce hatred of Eng land.— 'Die Zeit.' Anglo-German war cannot be avoided. — Professor Delbrueck. British naval supremacy under all circum- m stances is doomed. — 'Kreuz Zietung.' The landing of a great German army in England is a mere matter of money. — Herr Rudolph Martin. It is an insult to the German army to campare the British soldier with the Ger man. — Count Buelow. We have reckoned with France and Aus tria. The reckoning with England has still to come. — Trietschke. The next great strugggle of the Germans will be combat for annihilation of England. — Professor Delbrueck. May our German Fatherland be destined to b...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Only Policy for Australia. (Contributed.) [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 July 1915

The Only Policy for Aiistaii. (Contributed.) The wealth of Australia comes from one : source alone — from the earth. From what ?we grow on it, from what we rear on it, and from what we dig out of it. The products of the three we sell to the | rest of the world at a profit — they are our I ^exports, and the money we get for them is I our income. H Now, the first consideration of any in ?Jj- 'dividual or business, or country, is the mak iM .ing of money, and the next consideration is j| the saving of it. That is, the first considera ||' tton of Australia is to sell all the raw pro f ducts she can, and after that, to save all f the money she can in the goods she has to v 'buy. If a miner can make more by digging ?? than by stopping at home making himself ta suit, it pays him to let a tailor make it. If Australia can make more by raising wheat, ?wool, and minerals than she can by making her own clothes and tools, it pays her to .'let. another country make them for her. If a man has a la...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 July 1915

Public Notice. UTHGOW, OBERON, SODWALLS MEADOW FLAT, TARANA, WANG, SUNNY CORNER, BEN BULLEN, UULLEN BULLEN, BATHURST, NEWNES, RYL STONE, &c, all have satisfied Customers who have purchased goods on my Mail Order system. Why Not be one of Them ? MEN'S WEAR and BOOTS ONLY I ?pecialise, hence my Belling cheaper than anyone else. Write for anything at any price, and encloBe Postal Note for 'same, and if you are not satisfied your money will be refunded. I post signed agreement with each parcel. I Pay Carriage Men's Wear Specialist, PORTLAND.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Canterbury Park Races. SATURDAY, JULY 17. (Anticipations by "Napotandy.") HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 July 1915

Canterbury Park Races. SATURDAY, JULY 17. (Anticipations by 'Napotandy.') HURDLE RACE. About two miles. Starting time, 1.55 p.m. Kurnalpi ? l Compromise . ? 2 Royal Hastings ? 3 FLYING HANDICAP. Six furlongs. Starting time, 2.25 P™ Ordinal or Toa Tere ? 1 Best Scot ? 2 Barley Water ? '. 3 PARK STAKES. Six furlongs. Starting time, 2.55 p.m. Black Walk ? 1 Giametta ? 2 Lady Morena ? 3 NURSERY. HANDICAP. For two-year-olds. Five furlongs. Starting time 3.25 p.m. Lady Truda ? 1 Without ? -2 ,? Medas ...I'.. ? 3 . CANTERBURY HANDICAP. One and a quarter mile and 100 yards. Starting time, 3.55 p.m. Qu'sita ? 1 Orani , .....; ? 2 Sir Vive .- ? 3 WELTER MILE.' Starting time, 4.25 p.m. Nombi or Toa Tere ? 1 Silver Steel ? 2 Holy Smoke ? 3

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 July 1915

— s™ _^^- A (ioOD STOVF H^^»1'''/«V-u'ft' ' I7 ' ( i ''i'i! Is a joy for ever, but a bad on© is an ?Hpf^r *' lff»,/7'('/' 'f''// jf'| abomination. Now HI^-'v1^liM GC- MORRIS WEn^4\i-'^'lJ0B^ ^Of the Great We^ern Foundry), ^ i i 's* tms ^f* -i^& \umy 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, ai'id 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. Painting. $? Anything, Anywhere. True to Time. $? Saves inconvenience and money. Best Quality. J» For anything less is wasted money. Personal Service. I Secures you the Fru ts of the lifelong experi ence of men who know the game. Reasonable Prices opens the door to all who need Painting done or require Paint. Petty, Peckham and Petty T...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCHOOL OF ARTS V. BLUE BELLS. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 July 1915

' SCHOOL OF ARTS V. BLUE BELLS. These teams provided the other game, and the result came as a shock to most followers of football. At the outset School of Arts rushed play to their opponents' 25, and opened the scoring early, being awarded a free-kick, with which Brown made no mistake. 2 — 0. Blue Bells could make no headway, and from a scrum Dyball sent to Brown, who beat the opposing backs, but was hauled down a few yards from the line. Play hovered within Blue Bells' 25, where they were penalised, and Brown put the ball between the uprights. 47— 0. From the drop-out, Blue Bells' forwards worked into their opponents' territory, and from a scrum Doig sent to C. Thorn to P. Rowe, and he made hard for the line to be bumped out by Canavan. It was now Blue Bells turn to win the ball back from the scrum, and time after time Doig sent the leather to xnorn, wno usually nung on too long, spoilt many movements. The scores were unchanged when half-time arrived. On re suming, Blue Bells infus...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOOTBALL RUGBY LEAGUE. ALL BLACKS' GREAT VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 July 1915

[?] RUGBY LEAGUE. , ALL BLACKS' GREAT VICTORY. ... In the presence of a large crowd the All Blacks achieved a great victory over Ka toomba, winning by 12 points to ^1. They were without the services of G. Thorn and Barratt, their places being filled by 'Hack' Wilson and W. Barham. while Allen' Nicholls made his first appearance this sea son. Katoomba had their full team in, and what a contrast it was as 'the teams lined out, Katoomba averaging over 11 stone, as against the 10 stone of the local team. D. Young won the toss for the All Blacks, and elected to play from the Newtown end. Smith fielded the kick-off and transferred play to the 25. Here it remained until Ka toomba was penalised for a breach in the scrum, and Nicholls piloted the ball over the v bar. 2 — 0. Dropped out again, Blacks attacked vigorously, scrums being frequent, from one ,of which Katoomba was again penalised, and Nicholls raised the flags. 4 — 0. Following the kick-out Katoomba livened up and the visiting forw...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RANDWICK BENEFIT MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 July 1915

RANDWICK BENEFIT MEETING. Donations are reaching Mr. P. Wilson for the meeting to be held at Randwick on July 29 by the metropolitan proprietary 'horse' clubs in aid of the funds for wounded soldiers and the Red Cross, and, as usual, the bookmakers are in early, the first of the number being Mr. C. Monte, with £10. Mr. A. Kerr has expressed his willingness to give lOOgs. to the fund, provided that 19 other bookmakers contribute a similar amount each. This savors a challenge to Tattersall's Club. Whether it is accepted or not, it seems safe to prophesy that Mr. Kerr will contribute his lOOgs. Probably Mr. Kerr would be quite satisfied, and the fund benefit accordingly, if 40 members of the Ring were to subscribe 50gs. each. Before the day it is certain a large amount will be received in donations from most people pro minently identified with racing, and owners can be relied on to nominate freely when , entries close on the 19th inst. for the var ious events. The New Zealand Jockey, C...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORT. TURF. CANTERBURY PARK WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 July 1915

SPORT. TURF. CANTERBURY PARK WEIGHTS. The weights for the double at Canterbury Park to-day are as follows: — Plying Handicap, six furlongs: Relievo 9.6, Lady Denman 9.4, Arlanza 8.10, Barley Water 8.10, Sheila Pat 8.7, Smart Lad 8.7, Isbal 8.6, Toa Tere 8.2, Sweet Malt 8.1, Dion 7.11, Nuwara Eliya 7.10, Best Scot 7.8, My Palm 7.7, Chedda 7.6, Cool Air 7.4, . Toast 7.3, William the Silent 7.3, *Nombi 7.2, Wynworth 7.0, Prince Amadens 7.0, Linera 7.0, Ordinal 6.11, Murillo Rose 6.9, Barra conda 6.7, Kinsale 6.7, Tikimbi 6.7. Canterbury Handicap, li^ mile: Magas 9.0, Silver Grain 8.4, Osterley 8.2, Grama 8.1, Grab Apple 8.0, Quisita 7.12, Race Queen 7.12, Brundee Lad 7.10, Fizzing 7.9, Sir Vive 7.6, Balranald 7.10, Gillallambi 6.10, Gooree 6.8,( Royal Navy 6.8, John O.T. 6.7, Lady Melton 6.1, Count Earlston 6.7, Nizan 6.7, Caesium 6.7, Ivy Mimer 6.7.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 July 1915

L.. & A. KARP, Hatters, Mercers, & Bag Importers, The Cheapest place in Lithgow. We do not offer you something for nothing, And not very much you can get lor 3d. We offer you only the full value for your money, and that will still be lower prices. What do you think of the Big Sale Prices? Main Street, Lithgow.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 17 July 1915

ALr HEINIS COACH and MOTOR CAR PAINTER, mort.street, LITHGOW. (Yeara of experience in best City ShopB. Seven years painter for Walters and Son.) No connection with that firm's successors. a. H. .PAINTS Motor Cars, Buggies, Sulkies, Business Carts, &c, in an artistic and up-to-date style, at Prices that defy competition. Superior Workmanship to any in the Western District. Give Him Your Next Order. Orders taken for New Vehicles of all descriptions. Built by expert workmen under special supervision. Also estimates given for Repairs- of all kinds. No Delay. All Work Turned out Promptly.

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