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MISHAP AT VALE OF CLWYDD COLLIERY. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 July 1915

MISHAP AT VALE OF CLWYDD COLLIERY. ? A mishap occurred at the Vale of CJlwydd Colliery yesterday morning. A skip came out of the cage and jambed the shaft, which meant that the miners could not descend. The pit was laid idle as a result.

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

J. Walters and Son, Undertakers, &c, Main /treet West, LITHGOW. Funerals Carried out in City style, and . ' at very reasonable rates. The same Firm specialise also in all kinds of PR'GDbeE. Hay, eorn, Chaff ALWAYS ON HAND AT LESS THAN SYDNEY PRICES. . The Mawson Photo Studios . AND Picture FrameWorks, QlariceffStreet, LITHGOW. (Just Round Trades Hall Corner,) IN INDIAN INK, in OILS or WATER COLORS Enlargements from Old Photos a Specialty No matter how faded' a Photo we guar antee to produce 8k living likeness. Shakespeare Says every man sheuld stick 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 ' HOO-RAY !' SHOP : TANK STREET, LITHGOW. NOTICE. CHANGE OF PROPRIETORSHIP. . , The HIGH-CLASS CONFECTIONERY BUSINESS of Mr. J. W. KEEGAN, has been purchased by MRS. E. L. CLARKE, who In tends to ...

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

Whichelo and Althofer ? FOR ? CHAMPION BREAD AND PASTRY Main Street, Lithgow. - ONLY TWO YEARS -IN, BUSINESS AND WON FIRST PRIZE AT LITHGOW, SHOW EACH YEAR. The Noted House for Dainty Eatables. t Lm If PRICE — ONE PENNY. | Published Every Saturday Mornings I Circulates right throughout the- * I Hartley District and Beyond. | ADVERTISEMENTS: 1 Casual Advertisements — 20 Words, 1s 1 or 3s for first inch and 2s each sue- | ceeding inch. I Advertising Rates: No. 2 of Country Press Association, copy of which will be sent on application. Bright, Breezy News served up in a. Palatable and Appetising Manner. NEW FEATURES CONSTANTLY APPEARING. Also *in conjunction with the above,. we have the MOST UP-TO-DATE JOBBING PLANT IN THE WEST. .We Design, Execute, Write Up, and Print— DODGERS, PAMPHLETS, BILLHEADS, MEMO FORMS, LETTER HEADS, ACCOUNT BOOKS, COUNTER BOOKS, POSTERS, LABELS, ENVELOPES, WRITING PADS. We are also Agents for — RUBBER STAMPS, PADS, INKS,. and DIES. The Best of Rubber only used...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. Bruntnell's Great Meeting. "FOLLOW THE KING" MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 July 1915

Mr. Bruntnell's Great Meeting. 'FOLLOW THE KING' MOVEMENT. One of the most enthusiastic movements of recent years in connection with the tem perance question was held last Sunday af ternoon in the Trades Hall, when Mr. Al bert Bruntnell addressed the very large audience on 'Higher Patriotism.' To say he dealt with the matter in a: masterly man ner, is to put it mildly, for it was an ad dress worth going miles to hear. The Rev. John Bowran had organised the meeting, and that is sufficient guarantee that all went smoothly. Mr. Bruntnell said their hearts had been stirred and thrilled during the past few months in a way they never had before, be cause . they now realised that Australia formed a link in the chain of a glorious Em pire, which, for over 100 years, had weilded' the sceptre of the seas, which practically meant the sovereignty of the world. We were fighting for something worthy of our lives, something worthy of the sacrifices that were being made. Right nobly had ,our boys d...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ironworkers' Smoke-o. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 July 1915

Ironworkers' Smoke-o. The second quarterly smoke-o of the local Ironworkers' Association was held in the Town Hall last Saturday night, when there was a great muster. Mr. Godden, in the absence of the presi dent, Mr. G. Yates (through illness) oc cupied the chair. Mr. Dixon proposed 'Tne King,' which was toasted with musical honors. The musical programme was far above the average — in fact, the artists are that good that it passes one's comprehension why they are toiling at laborious work at all. Especial mention must be made of Messrs. Sid. Thompson, R. Grant, ' E. Beverley,, and W. Madden. The latter was a marvel. His imitations' of various instru ments, dog fight, opening a bottle of soda water, were wonderful. He was recalled again and again. Speeches were made by Messrs. Dixon, Godden, G. Dunn, C. O'Rlelly, G. W. Dela hunty, J. Wilkinson, N. Jones, J. Finley, J. Pascoe, and Wall (Burton Brewery). Mr. Dixon mentioned that ,G3 of their comrades- had gone to Hie war, and four had ...

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

A LITTLE TEASE. Laura did not mean to tease, but none of us were used to boys, and at first, did not get on well with Cousin John. 'The country' is ever so much nicer than your dingy town,' Laura told him. 'Then why don t you stay there?' asked John. 'Because a horrid little man said the Hall did not belong to father, and though we all know grandfather meant father to have the Hall for his very own. the man said he must show a paper to prove it. But we couldn't find one anywhere.' 'So you are going to live with Aunt Marthn and me?' 'Yes,' I explained. 'That is, until father has earned enough money to buy another house in the country.' 'And then I 'can keep chickens again,' cfied Dolly. 'And 1 can ride my dear brown pony,' cried Laura. 'We can go black berrying,' I added. 'Oh, dear, what silly things girls chatter about!' said John, in a lofty tone, ''I shall fetch a sensible book to read.' 'Of course, girls can't, understand Greek,' John said, as he began to study. This made us thin...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOR THE CHILDREN. Fun & Instruction for Boys & Girls [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 July 1915

FOR THE CHILDREN. Fur, & Instruction for Boys & Girls Conducted by 'Uncle Joe.' Up to the Time of writing no solutions of last week's puzzles have come to hand. To . 'help the timid ones, and to show how easy 'the answers were we print them below. 1. The charade— Ann, Ada--Armada. 2. Lyonu, Illinoi(s), Ahib, Knrile, Han over, Obi, Vic«nza— Liakhov, Siberia. fl QfdvhAAV^ Tn«*Ann«tnhlA Vnviii4n4iln.. Brealaw, Dresden. This week I give another set of throe puzzles. The first 1b a charade : —I am a imrt of a flower, transpose, and I become a fold: again, and I am a small dish. The second is a consonant puzzle: — Sup- ply consonants in the place of dots in the following words, which thus completed will give the names of places: 1. . O. .0. . ; an English county. 2. .A. .A.; a Polish town. 3. .E..E.; a seapotr of Norway. 4. . O .. ? a town in Holland. 4. E..E.; an English county. €. ..A. A; A city of Portugal. 7. .A. A.; a Russian town. 8. . . I . . . ; A seaport in Yof ks...

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

COMPETITION WINNER. The winner for the funniest story this week is Master H. Maher. Come along, my lad, you deserve it, for you tried again and again. Congratulations. [Would competitors for funny stories and puzzles please write in ink, and on one side of the paper only, and you will save us a lot of time.— Ed.]

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

? ? C. W,. ? SIMPSON ? . ?? Dental Mechanic, MAIQI STREET, LITHGOW . Opposite, E.S. and A. Hunk 1 ' All classes of work skilfully done at lowest prices. A full upper or lower set of teeth from £2 2b. Best workmanship and only best material used. Satisfaction guaranteed Hours— 9 a.m, to 8 p.m. Guns, Rifles, Revolvers, Ammunition, and Gun Repairs. WRITE KOK PRICK LIST. Second-hand Bicycles from £3 and £4. [FULLY GUARANTEED.] Z'BNITH, NORTON, & SINGER Motor Cycles. For full particulars apply to T. W. HLNDLR5ON, Ltd. 40 & 42 Park Street, Sydney.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Something Like a Sister. (Continued from last week.) [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 July 1915

Something Like a Sister. (Continued from last week.) His eyes .-rarted from Ins nearl, and wet and besmirched like a drowned rat he seemed incapable of speech. Alas, I guessed at the time how near he was to unconsciousness, but, as his sister was just getting within arm's length of him, his head fell back his jaw dropped, his hold on the ice relaxed, and he was on me poini oi supping unaer waier. Miage fell on one knee, stretched forward, and in the very nick of time, with her small, strong white hand, just managed to get a slight grip of his collar, sufficient to prevent his sinking. Then for a moment she paused, ely able to sustain his head above wa ter. 'Push up the ladder, if you possibly can, Uncle,' she said very softly and quietly, 'and keep a tight hold of your end of the rope.' I lay flat down on my stomach, and with a gentle shove sent the end of the ladder abreast of her. She seized the topmost rung her disengaged hand, 'fiore w-iS anothed pause. Then, looking over her sh...

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

AT THE ZOO. When to the zoo you're treated next, I hope you'll take with you An inkstand for the Penguin and Old clothing tor the Gnu. Wax and a taper for the Seal The proper gifts will be. And anchors for the Frigate Biril Suggests themselves to me. A mouse to cheer*', the Civet Cat, I earnestly advise The spider monkey will be glad Of half a dozen flies. A sum or two upon a slate The Adder would delight, And, for the Guinea Pig a purse, Will doubtless be just right. A filter for the Water Fowl You can't omit, it's clear, And any present that's not cheap, Will satisfy the Deer.

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

THE INQUISITIVE NIGGERS. Mrs. Nigger was giving a party, So when ker two boys were at school, She placed three big cans full of custard On a shelf in the pantry to cool. As soon as their lessons were over The boys hurried home in great glee, For they knew that their mummy was making All kinds of nice things for tea. The moment they entered the pantry They spied the cans on the shelf; But the way to get up was the problem Which quickly presented itself. 'Let's look for a ladder,' said Joey. 'No; I've got a much better plan; You reach to the shelf from my shoulders, And see what's inside them,' said Dan. This plan brought, the shelf with its bur den Clatt'ring down with a terrible noise; And mummy screamed loudly on finding Her custard all over the boys.

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

THE GREAT FAIR. The Allied Nations Fair, held. on Tues day, Wednesday, and Thursday nights was an unbounded success. The result will he that £600 will easily be cleared. The tak ings on the first night were £136; second night, £107: and on 'the third night. £247. Mrs. Gibbes's bangle brought in £27. The hall was packed each evening. A full re port will appear later on. Mr. Reg. Moore, the popular superinten dent of the western district for the British Piarioforte Depot, was in town the other day. He reports record business. He's a 'goer,' is Reg. . . .

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

TOWN BAND SACRED CONCERT. The Trades Hall was again packed on Sunday night last, when the Town. Band gave another of their popular concerts, in aid of the Australian -Wounded Fund. Mr. M. Walters presided. The programme was as follows:— 'Abide With Me,' Band; song, 'Consider the Lillies,' Mr. Harvey C. Hmitli ? Henar-rinHvo naval fantasia. 'A Sailor's Life,' Messrs. Morris, Denham, Fairhurst, and Smith; recitation, 'Out- lawed,' Mrs. Fairhurst; pianoforte solo, Mr. Glover; song, 'Consider the Lillies,' Mrs. Hunt; song, 'The Old Cathedral Door,' Mr. J. Parker; trombone solo, Mr. M. Wal ters (band accompanying). Misses Clifton and Lowe acted as accompanists, also Mr. Giover. The collection amounted to £8/13/. These concerts are really excellent and those who have not yet attended one should make a point of going to the next.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Religious Announcements. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 July 1915

Religious Announcements. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Ldtngow 11 a.m. ana v.io p.m. Men b 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. : Lowtber 11 a.m. n Hartley, Friday, 9 a.m. P. A. Doherty. METHODIST CHURCH. Lithgow 11 a.m., Lidsdale 3 p.m., Wallera wang 7 p.m. . . Rev. J. Bowran. Vale of Clywdd 11 a.m., Lithgow 7 p.m. Rev. J. Bathgate. Vale of Clywdd 11 a.m. Mr. Jas. Walker. Marrangaroo 3 p.m. Mr. A. Watson. PRESBYTERIAN. Lithgow 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.— Rev. T. H. O'Dea. Rev. J. T. Thorburn, B.A. BAPTIST CHURCH. 11 a.m. Divine Service. 7 p.m., Baptismal Service. Rev. Thomas . Churchward-Kelly. SALVATION ARMY. (Band Sunday) : —Open Airs : 10 a.m. Vale Road (Bro. J. Martin and Bandmaster Schulstad) ; 2.15 Hermitage Flat (Bandsman C. Newton, Treas. M. Hull and Sisters Whitworth) ; 6.15 p.m., Cook- and Mort-sts. (Sec. Matthews), Inside: 7 a.m. Knee Drill (Bandsman Chapman) ; 11 a.m. Holiness (Bandsman Benson) ; 7.15 p.m. Salvation S.M.,...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Warwick Farm Races. (Anticipations by "Napotandy." [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 July 1915

Warwick Farm Races. (Anticipations by 'Napotandy.' Hurdle race. — Compromise 1, Royal Hast ings 2, King Lucre 3. Farm Stakes. — John O.T. 1, 'Kalapore 2, Lady Mooltan 33. Flying Handicap. — Best -Scot 1, Black Walk 2, Aye Aye Sir 3. ..Juvenile Handicap. — Lady Truda 1, Moorse Code 2, Martinmas 3. Warwick Handicap. — Secrete 1, King Mos tyn 2, Silver SteelS.' Pace Welter. — Lord Liddell or Wynmorth 1, Black Walk 2, Claude Mimer 3. „

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

THE DAY of DEAR SUITS |f% ' ' HAS PASSED. ' . ''?'IP/ ' ' — HAS TAKEN POSSESSION OF — jBl^'^^ftvfel — TAILORING' IN AUSTRALIA. — P^^W%t^^m-i:lL Suits you have been in the habit of ' ^^Ml%\\^f^^m PAYING 90/- FOR ? M^^M^-^SB ' WE MHKE FOR 37/6. -^^T^^^kT SUIT, OR OVERCOAT, TO MEASURE, tl!|S|i pS; 37s 6c1.onlv. Kip1! Hundreds of Beautiful Patterns to select -from. |j &l4;Hfk FIT AND STYLE GUARANTEE^. ' j JM Wk | WU DDITrr MHIN STREE §gk .ILDltUlE, Lithgow. J ^ PLUMBING! BY AN EXPERT. .? ? P. A. STRINGFELLOW, Plumber, Gasfitter & Sanitary Expert1; Main Street West, Lithgow. Being an expert In my particular line anrfi holding the highest diplomas. 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' Cycle...

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

THE TEA KING. C. MApfcs. Bridge Street, Lithgow. AGENT FOR LLOYD'S TEA. But has all other kinds in stock. He can ? suit all palates. COFFEE, COCOA, etc. Always on Hand. Give hjni your noxt order. you WANT REFRESHMENTS! AH! HERE YOU ARE YOU CAN GET THEM Al W. ©LPiRKE'S A. B.C. Tea Rooms. RKFRKSHMENT ROOMS Main Street, Lithgow. Ucrrlials, Tefl, C-fT.!e, Cuu, Phs, Ac, &c - at h moment's notice. Try His Pies. . They are Simply Delicious. His Pastry is Unbeaten IMPERIAL HOTEL. True to name, for everything about it is of an 'Imperial character. Everything up-to-date. Everything true to labe Just fancy, his beer is drawn through glass tubes, ,bo that makes it pure and wholesome. . ' , r-is Ar:- n nVd.Atbn for ths Travelling Public is superb. BLAST FURNA.OEMEN and IRONWORKERS ! ' Get the habit of having * , your Refresher at BLOOM'S Imperial Hotel. Oppoaite Railway, Station ^'skbank Right at main gate

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

Correspondence. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for ?opinions expressed by our correspondents.] The Only Policy for Australia. (To the Editor.) Sir,— The writer of the article in a previous issue on 'The Only Policy for Australia,' .is evidently a free-trader of the first water, and is so obsessed with his ideas that he wants us to part with our natural wealth /to keep industries going and build fortunes for magnates in'other parts of the world. This very thing has made Australia to-day a bor rower to exist.. In fact, our own sons and our own kinsmen are being killed, at the battle's front by the raw products, which they themselves won from Australian soil. The matter is so serious that the British Cabinet had to be re-constituted to deal with the munition question. There was .such a shortage of nickel, lead, powder, etc., to say nothing of iron and steel. According to your contributor, we could do without the - Small Arms Factory, even if the enemy were hammering at the gates...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Factory and Canberra. A HARE-BRAINED PROPOSAL. MONEY MUST SURELY BE A DRUG. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 31 July 1915

The Factory and Canberra. A HARE-BRAINED PROPOSAL. MONEY MUST SURELY BE A DRUG. If ever a ridiculous and hare-brained pro posal emanated from the minds of men — and men paid a big and fancy price to avoid hare-brained schemes — we are prepared to lay a .-shade of odds, and a very big and solemn shade, on the idea enunciated that the 'Commission' ( good old Commission) appointed to inquire into the Small Arms Factory affair, had' recommended its re moval to Canberra! Of course, people with any experience of the world, and an even superficial knowledge of the inherent desire in mankind (amongst whom we must un fortunately classify legislators), of 'getting rich quickly Wallingford' will suggest to themselves and say: 'Well, what do you i.hink? Certainly they'll recommend it! Who bought up the land round the proposed capital city site? Who knew Where to cop the land in the nick of time?' And so on. The Federal Government, so we are told, are going to safeguard this and that! Well, they...

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