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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 July 1915

p*™-— — ? ? .??J..I.H. ??».... ?.....?.— ..,..,...„.... ,.,.,?.———__— / Bejbn. flflor Every Patient is a Pleased Patient. Time and again our Patients remark how pieased they are with our work. PAINLESS EXTRAOrOMS ARE'OJR SPECIALITY. and our method of Extraction is Positively Painless. , , We use an anaesthetic which has been proved safe. It doeH not injure the gums, affect theheart, or leave any of the depressing after-effects |so frequently felt after an extraction. We will extract ANY tooth, and guarantee riot to cause a twinge of pain. DON'T SUFFER ! Come here to-day and let us prove we can extract Teeth without pain. PAINLESS EX'IRACTIONS, 2s. (5d. HfBtf'fc«SGS Mt C&AYERQ THE. PAINLESS DENTISTS. MAIN STREET HWl%Jgg-aP OC OWYEflO EAST (opposite Supply). ?

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 July 1915

3 Let Walker Be Your Grocer E Various Reasons Suggest Why ! Amongst them are :— I. CIVILITY IN SERVICE..— No transaction is too small or considered 'too much trouble,' We place our years' experience at your disposal quite readily, and happily. We try to please. II. SELECTION IN QUALITY.— Our reputation has been built solely on quality The most of the best for the least money ' is a motto we assumed at the start, and. have never departed therefrom. Yon can be quite satisfied when you spend your money here that you procure its best return. We.re Grocery Specialists, studying the quality of each and every line. If it's of doubtful quality we don't stock it. That's your advantage. Ill,— ECONOMY IN PRICE.— Here we excel. .Good quality goods at Low Prices, We have become noted throughout the district. Money saved these times is money earned. A glance at our Prices hereunder will show a real money-saving proposition : — Candles, 6d packet ' Custard Powders, 9d doz. . Pineapples, 7d tin Sal...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMAN'S COLUMN. A NEW SPRING COSTUME COAT. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 July 1915

WOMAN'S COLUMN. CONDUCTED BY 'MAVIS.' A NEW SPRING COST'JP^E COAT. The vogue in mixed materials is one th.it that is very pleasing for more than one rea son to women who must needs exercise economy in the matters of the wardrobe. The special convenience of the dress or cos tume composed of two materials is, that it enables short lengths of stuff to be used up to . advantage, and here is the opportunity for remnants which, not sufficient, perhaps, to tnakft a comnlftte costume individual. may yet serve well enough for a coat or a skirt. The coat of one material and a skirt of another are seen a great deal in conjunc tion, and very smart are costumes with black cloth coats and shepherd's plaid skirts, or vica versa, the skirt material, maybe repeated on the collar and cuffs. A pretty feature of the newer coats is the square-cut neck, that forms quite an at tractive change from the more usual point ed neck. There is much besides to admtro in the new coat fashions, which are very much i...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 July 1915

A. LVE.RITT, -^^^^^ JEWELLER, WATCHMAKER, W* 9 jk OPTICIAN, and FANCY GOODSMAN V\^^^^^ BEST HOUSE ^&^^^^^0 WEDDING PRESENTS %^S^ and f^^Mpf* PRESENTATIONS. yj-® \\ /f -k ENGAGEMENT RINGS M*»~' NL^*' A SPECIALTY Main Street, Lithgow,

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 July 1915

General News. New arrivals every day. , ?..♦ ? ? ? ? ? ? * Local accommodation bard pressed. . ???*??? ????'? ? ? ' ? ?'? ' Board and lodging*, rates increased. * .♦????.?? ? ' ♦ ' ' ? Influenza still very prevalent. - * . ????.»? ? ? ? , ? Wanted.— A post office tower and clock. More Newcastle men have been despatch ed to the railway works near Blayney. ? « ?''?'.. ? ♦'? , * On August 3 Germany declared war on Prance, and the next day Great Britain de clared war on Germany. * * * * The Federal war census, giving position, .capacity and wealth of men between 18 and 60, which is about to be taken, will employ lOOOimenV „ *-?; * * « * After** record service of 68 years, Mr. T. A. Dibbs' retired from the position of mana ger- of the Commercial Banking Co., of Sydney, Ltd. 1 « * » -? ? The coroner returned a verdict of wilful murder against Herbert Owers, who is al lodged to have caused the death of Jane Healy at Dubbo a week or so ago. Accused was committed to stand his trial at the Du...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Germany and England. THE EVIDENCE OF FACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 July 1915

Germany and England. I THE EVIDENCE OF FACTS. The strongest vevjdence of Germany's de signs against Britain is the German Navy. There can be no stronger evidence of any nation's intention to make war than that af forded bi wholesale, feverish, and systema tic preparation s for war. Now the German preparations are «. naval preparations. Against whom can these pre parations be directed if they are not direc ted against us? Manifestly they are not meant for Russia, nor France, nor for America. The magnitude of the prepara tisnarBpJnts to a prospective struggle with b neei more powenui man mat 01 missia or France; i The construction of the German ships prohibits their use in distant seas, againat -Japan, for instance; or the United Sjtajtes,} And whereas we have been told in a^, hundre,d; books and newspapers and pamphlets and speeches that the German Navy is meant to wrest from Britain her cpnimandp^me sea, it would be difficult tc^jftnjil ,a,,-German suggestion that the Ger man, Nayy ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 July 1915

Something of Interest to you ! of Bernard's iuiicilsi^s, 387 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY, Visits Lithgow FORTNIGHTLY, and may lie consulted at Holt's Tattersall's Hotel. PF** Monday, August 9, and N€) PAIN

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 July 1915

AN APPEAL TO OUR HOUSJtl. WIVES. It is hoped that every hornnwife in this town and district, and similarly in all other towns and districts, will make a point to-day of buying a bottle of 'JPick-mo-up' Sauce, and so give ample proof for publication that Australian women folk are now playing their part in supporting our own resources. Ah the foregoing implies, 'Pick-me-up' Snuco iB made in Australia. It i.s, thomi'ore, free of duty and ho costs less than .some sauces. The manufacturers gained gold medal at R.A. Show, Sydney, ami 30 first, special, and other prizii.u. Rvery store keeper will be nsked for results of to day's appenl.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Man's Prayer. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 July 1915

A Man's Prayer. (By Homer McKee.) Teach me that sixty seconds make one hour, sixteen ounces one pound, and one ?? hundred cents one dollar. Help me to live so that I can lie down at night with a clear conscience, without a gun under my pillow, and unhaunted by the faces of those to whom I have brought pain. Grant, I beseech Thee, that I may earn my meal ticket on the square, and in the doing' thereof that I may not stick the gaff where it does not belong. Deafen me to the jingle of tainted money and the rustle of unholy skirts. Blind me to the faults of the other fellow, but reveal to me my own. Guide me so that each night when I look across the dinner-table at my wife, who has been a blessing to me, I will have nothing to conceal. Keep me young enough to laugh with my children and to lose myself in their play. And when comes the smell of flowers and the tread of soft steps, and the crushing of tbe hearse's wheels in the gravel out in front of my place, make the ceremony short and t...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOOD SOUP FOR INVALIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 July 1915

GOOD SOUP FOR INVALIDS. Half a pound of pearl barley, one quart of chicken, rabbit, or lamb's head stock, and one quarter of a pint of cream. Wash the barley thoroughly. Throw it into water and let it boil quickly for ten minutes. Drain it. Pour cold water through it to separate the barley. Put the stock in a saucepan. Add Lhe barley to it. Simmer for four hours, or until the barley is tender. Set aside a little of the barley to add whole to pthe stock. Put the rest through a seive. Add it to the stock with the whole barley. Sea son. Scald one quarter of the pound of,, cream. Add it to the soup. If preferred, the barley may be cooked separately in water.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO MAKE BUTTONHOLES. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 July 1915

TO MAKE BUTTONHOLES. When making buttonholes in coarse serges for coats, first line the sides where the buttonholes are to be made with tailor's canvas or a strip of linenette. Then machine backwards and forwards half a dozen times, as close as possible, the length of buttonhole required. Cut through the middle of the stitching, and there will be a good, firm buttonhole made in a few minutes.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALMON DSTRIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 July 1915

ALMON DSTRIPS. Mix the white of an egg, one cupful of blanched chopped almonds, two tablespoon fuls of powdered sugar well together, and pound to a paste. Spread on thin biscuits, and brown in the oven with the door open.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MACARONI CHEESE. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 July 1915

MACARONI CHEE8E. Cut some boiled macaroni into inch lengths, put into a buttered dish a layer of rich white sauce, to which add some grated Parmesan or other good cheese. On this place the maraconi, and cover with more sauce — not too thickly. Cover this with browned breadcrumbs and grated cheese, and sprinkle over the top a little melted butter. Heat by placing the dish in a deep baking tin, in which there is a little water, and cook in a quick oven till quite hot. A quarter of a pound of macaroni, Uir samfi quantity of cheese, and about three-fourths of a pint of sauce will be enough for a dish. Push under the grill to brown the top and serve.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOME BEAUTY DON'TS. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 July 1915

SOME BEAUTY DON'TS. Don't forget to dry your hands thoroughly after washing if you wish to avoid chaps and chilblains. Don't wear tight gloves or shoes, for they impede the circulation, and red noses, chil blains, and other winter ills can be traced indirectly to this cause. Don't forget that little muslin bags filled with oatmeal and left in your water jug overnight are excellent for softening the water. Let an oatmeal bag remain in a basin of hot water for a few minutes, and it will take all the hardness away. Don't omit washing the face with soap and very hot water before retiring to rest when the day has been very foggy. There is no dirt which penetrates into the skin more than dirt brought by fog. Don't forget, if you wear furs, to keep a little diluted lemon juice in a small bottle on your wash stand, and apply to the neck every night. This will prevent the forma tion of theA black mark as a result of con stantly wearing furs, which so often mars the beauty of the neck. Don't ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FASHION NOVELTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 July 1915

FASHION NOVELTIES. The kilted skirt is in evidence once more, and doubtless has come to stay. At present the kilts are usually stitched to within a few inches of the hem, as was the case in charm ing frocks, seen a short time ago, of cerise crepe de chine with a tiny basque of finer lHiHnir. nrul was worn with a perfectly simple blouse, finished with a soft neck frill of tulle and a soft sash falling in long ends in front. Another with the plisse skirt of white silk bordered with yellow, the color of the quaint Saxon tunic of embroid ered linen. The most elaborate evening wraps are made of gold and silver brocades, flaring so much, as to be positively bizarre. Collars and cuffs of white organdie make a charming adornment for a simple smart dress for the little girl. A black satin afternoon gown has a de lightful girdle of old silver braid quite el aborately worked up. One of the fashion'.s fancies is the wear ing of a bright velvet rose on the lapel of the velvet suit,. ? Small neck...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 July 1915

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. When cake baking never mix the cake till the oven is hot enough to bake. Butter which i.s slightly rancid can be .sweetened by molting it down in a basin standing) in hot water. Skim it well, add n small square of freshly made toast and leave for a few minutes. Remove the toast and allow the butter to set slowly. a simple process oi removing needle or pin prick blood stains from dainty articles is to make a small mop of spool cotton, just matting the cotton in the mouth, and when thoroughly moistened rub the stain and it will quickly disappear after two or three applications of the mop. To clean silver, place the quantity of whi ting required in a saucer, and add equal quantities of liquid ammonia, methylated spirits, and water. To this add a few drops of turpentine, and apply in the usual way. The addition of the turpentine gives a brighter polish with less labor, and the plate lasts bright much longer.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AIRING THE BED CLOTHES. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 July 1915

AIRING THE BED CLOTHES. Some busy housekeepers pride them selves upon their methodical habits, and boast that their housework is all finished in the forenoon. ? This is eminently praise worthy from one point of view; but this expedition in disposing of household tasks invariably indicates that one of the house hold duties has been seriously neglected, namely, the airing of the bed clothes and mattresses. Pew housekeepers perhaps realise that the average individual loses nearly a pound in weight during the night in the form of carbonic acid and effete mat ter, thrown off by the lungs and the skin. While it is true that a large portion of this deleterious matter is diffused through the air, yet a considerable proportion is ab sorbed by the bedding; hence the advisa bility of subjecting the 'mattress and cloth' ing to the action of the sun and air for at least two hours. If the morning is dull and cloudy the clothes should receive at least three hours exposure. The proper plan to pursu...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 July 1915

IN THE FIGHTING LINE. Mortyne & McKibbin Wish to ahnounce to the general public that they are in the Fighting Line as regards Prices, &c, of SERGES and WORSTEDS from the leading British Mills. We can make you a FIRST-CLASS SUIT from £3 10/ Fit, Style and Workmanship guaranteed. LHDIEg' TAILORING. This Department is solely under the supervisioh of Mr. H. J. MORTYNS who has had extensive experience in this branch of the business in Sydney and Melbourne, being 3& years with David Jones and Co., Sydney, and four years at Shares, Melbourne. Orders estimated to him will receive his beat attention. Sheppeard's BaHdings^ Main Street, Lithgow

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONTINUATION CLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 July 1915

CONTINUATION CLASSES. There is a danger of the continuation classes being closed at Utbgow, there be ing under 20 attending at present. Surely parents must be blind to the interests of their children after they have left the or dinary school. The efforts of the Minister for Education to place it within the reach of all is one of the most patriotic and bene ficially intended Acts of the Government. Nfielfiot. in fimhrao.fi the nnnnrtoinitv monriR that the great majority of our sons will live a life of manual labor. Will parents and youths just picture the future. If they do and act on it these classes will not close.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 July 1915

A. J. Tart ak over, SOLICITOR, Commissioner, for Affidavits, '.?IAIN STREET LITHGOW, H. F. Thompson, SOLICITOR, Commissioner for Affidavits, MAIN STREET LITHGOW. Harold Ccx, Dentist, . ? ?..-? MAIN STREET LITHGOW. ? , . ' ' Hours 9 till 1.; 2 till .5 ; 7. till 0. _ J. L Morris and Son, F.l A. ARCHITECTS; , MAIN STREET Lri'HGOW, . TEL.. 48. ? NURSE ALLAN 'blink bonnie' private hospital. ? : hayley-street; lithgow. Private Nursing Home for Ladies. Letters and' Calls Promptly Attended to.' XCbe JDemocrat 'Vigilance, Vigor, Veracity.' SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1915.. i§iillll» IllipkW/ 1 witfalk /isil^tv There never was such a sale. It *!^^M''f^P^W/ r W^&T^VpilllK is simply breaking all records; and F*ilimuPll^W/ ' /W%«W to-day it still goes on proving firmly f^^^f S^CS^Iff 1 ttfWmtmmr strongly, and absolutely that HAR VW^ft^ T^wJ/ I l/fiiriwr RIS- CASH WINTER SALE is com slwillw W itll xt«lilr P°sed of elements, so far surpas XNPP^lry 1 %t*fj M£^ . ing all its predecessors, that it ^i...

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