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STIFF NECK. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 August 1915

STIFF NECK. Stiff neck is caused by rheumatism in the muscles of the neck. While most painful, quick relief may be had by applying Cham berlains Pain Balm. The best result is ob tained by first bathing the aiTected part in water as hot a« can be borne and then rub bing in the balm freely. Sold everywhere.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 August 1915

OVERCOATS I OVERCOATS We are-showing a Special Lot of OVERCOATS for i lie- cold nippy weather — A sure preveniHtivi- for INFLUENZA. Men's Dark Ori»y and Brown Mixture TWEEDS. Single and Double Breasted, Newest materials style nji'l cut. PRICES : 18/6, 21/-, 22 6, 25/-, 3Q ??'., 35/-, 42/-, 45/-, 55/- 57/6, 63/.. ? Men's Rainproof Coats, Oilskin Coats, and Capes. Boys' Tweed Chester Overeoata, sizes, 5 to 13. all one price, 13/6, worth I7» BOYS' lUNCiOB OVERCOATS.- A nice Dark Cirov and Krown, siz°» 0 to fi Special Vnhu-. 7/6. Hxtru Good Value, sizes 1 to 0, 10/6. A Large Kange of jMEN'S and BOYS1 SWEATEKS-allat M'GRATH'S keen-cut prices ' ; mid Good Value. j H A. McGRATH, | Mensand Boys' Outfitter and Boot Importer, j One Door from Post Office. w I LLIEWA 'STREET, PORTLAND ' ? All Mail Order.*. i.n .-..? i.'-.-^.-imI o,].l(:.fvi.sioii, which ie a guarantee of satisfaction. ' .!

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Proposed Removal of Small Arms Factory. CITIZENS' COMMITTEE CONCERNED. MR. CARR OPTIMISTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 August 1915

Proposed Removal of Small Arms Factory. CITIZENS' COMMITTEE CONCERNED. Mil. CARR OPTIMISTIC. . There was an attendance of about 80 at the Citizens' Committee meeting; held at the Council Chambers on Tuesday evening. Mr. Pillans (Mayor) presided. He addressed himself to the business of the meeting. He expressed pleasure at seeing Mr. Carr with theju. ? Ke thought the city press should . be asked to lake the matter up so that peo ple all over the country should know fully wn.il me reuerai government nuenueu io do. The local press had done very good work, and if supported by the city press he felt sure that ^success would follow. Mr. Carr, M.H.R., was greeted with ap plause when he rose to address I he meet ing. He said he was still optimistic for the arguments put forward lor the proposed re moval would not hold water, ? and, there fore, could be easily disposed of. Public opinion, after the matter had been thoroughly ventilated, would lje a bit; lever for success, lie was convinced t...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 August 1915

1 ppPf There are Divorce Suits, Law Suits, Trrf : \tX and a^ sorts of other Suits, but there's. -3k ! A \\W 7 7\ Like the Suit LEVINE makes. ff\ Kuvk I A \ V I L\ *t-s Per*ect 'l Fit, always keeps el Yn I Kfc i^—^vXY/ \lJ *ts s^aPe- anc* ^le stuff they're ftl IttJ m*B j6Mn£ W made of is Ai at Lloyd's. f fs. Taf'jH^ P I 1 *^ Splendid Suit at a Reasonable Vfc ' ||I Iff / I 1 Price is LEVINE'S motto. -3SU|[ j\ I /'Ml ifl3 (Kxtnict from a lettor from Mr. .lames A. McLean, WK. flfkgM Wtt I I] ... '1'he Suit you made me was the best I have iB M k JM iW 1 fii I i ad for yeurft, especially as I couldn't wait for a \t zM\^a If \L THEN YOUR MERCERY. JaLM- dtir^^ va LEYINE can fit you from top to toe. The pnees Sr^ iMp^y* 0r«yyryAi ^ too. are right. Call and inspect his goods.' ^&S ^g This is the Suit This U tlio Suit. at LHVINKinuda. ' LKVINK didn't make ? 0 ? L. LEVINE, Tailor and Mercer, i Main Street, Lithqow. R. F. LEAN & SONS, THE M--O--T O— R PEOPLE. Gag, Oil, Steam, Ele...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STATE COAL MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 August 1915

STATE COAL MINE. The Minister for Mines (Mr. Estell) has stated that he has chosen the site for the State coal mine. It is situated on the line of the Oakey Park ceoal seam and is one and a half mile from Lithgow. He will ask the Cabinet to commence operations at an early date.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINERS' BACK PAY. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 August 1915

MINERS' BACK PAY. After repeated rumors as to the payment of back pay, it is reported on. good author ity that the miners, will receive same next Friday. ?

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TRADES HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 August 1915

'i;' TRADES HALL. We understand that negotiations are on foot for the installation of a larger dynamo and a powerful gas engine in the above hall, in order that electricity may be installed throughout. This will mean they will have one of the best lighted halls in the town.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 August 1915

D 0 NT ARGUE! Because You cannot do better than visit McLEOD'S For BIRTHDAY CARDS, Collection un rivalled in Lithgow. MOURNING CARDS and STATION ERY, POST CARDS, MOUN TAIN VIEWS, SCHOOL RE QUISITES, PLAIN and FANCY STATIONERY at Plain Prices. Smokers' Requirements well catered for 'n Pipes, Plug and Cut Tobaccos, Cigars, and Cigar ettes, all Leading Brands. America's Leading Fashion Journals, just landed. Fountain Pen in every variety. Fancy Soaps, Perfumes, Photo. Frames. Large Collection of Winter Games. Agent for: The 'Worker,' Lithgow 'Democrat,' 'Truth,' 'Sports- man,' 'Splashes,' 'Bystander,' 'The Call,' etc. McLEOD'S [Late of Cobar] On Main Street's Sunny Side, LITHGOW.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lithgow Town Council. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 August 1915

Lithgow Town Council. The usual fortnightly meeting or the ? Lithgow Town Council was held. in. the Council Chambers last Monday night, when the following were present :— Aid. Pillans (Mayor), in the chair, Cornwell, Ashley, Smith, Slattery, McCall, Kelly, Taylor, Chivers, Heaydon, Isley, and Major Bracey. The reported that Mr. Ward had visited the park and would report later as to the best means of beautifying it. Re the Fire Brigade drills. i.K'-.VHn ?''s- . made that Mr. Black. said no better drill could be got by practising in the, streets,, so that firemen could become conversant with the location of hydrants. The meter reader was granted an. in--' crease of 10/- per weelt. The auditor for last year was re-appointed. Aid. Slattery reported that a lane between Hassan's Walls Road and Ferro-street wa« in a bad slate, and recommended a con crete drain. — It was decided to do this.. The Tree Planting Committee recommen ded that 50 trees be planted alone the Bowenfels road, and 20 i...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Letter from the Front. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 August 1915

Letter from the Front. Private A. J. Raffen. of the 1st Battalion, the first to leave Australia's shores, writes as follows to Mrs. E. Morris, Vale Road: — 'Just a few lines to let you know I am in the best' of health, hoping this will find you i he same. We are doing well in Turkey, bul I hope it will soon be all over here, as we are all anxious to have a cut at 'Kultur,' which I hope will be at an early date. 'Remember me to all the band boys. William Thomas wishes to be remembered to the band boys, also Bert' Wade. Kindly remember me to Mr. and Mrs. Osbonre and all the friends at Port Kembla. Tell Tommy to drop me a note and give me the news. 1 am writ'ng this in my dug-out. I anfjust like a rabbit looking out of my borrow, but we are all happy j everyone seems to be con tented with his lot, which means much in the morale of an army. I could give you a lot of accounts of., our doings, but, as you know we are not allowed to say anything that may be of use to the enemy, so you must...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"THE MARKED TREE." [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 August 1915

'THE MARKED'TREE.' (By 'Thomas Hlackhall, Mort's Estate.) 'i'i-: !u:t a s.iur.i t. t-iK-ii-c ??] secure With in art a :-:,! f,i.or-. :,ir..y ii endure! '?-:? (Ill--- is ;-)! you now behold ':f 'rr:.'. Mnrkc-d Tire,' a century old. '?';:'.??: rhose three men — true henchmen all — Toiled up the gap by Lapstone wall: Thrru'ih unknown wilds: cut path and track Wi'h many a pick and sounding hack; i in irui.'i me neignr oi summit night. -v r.ew land stretched before the eye. V»r;r hfi-i the long young settlers tried To cioss by path the great divide: Hut c:ti'! und stern the rocks looked down, ?V:'i beeMing cliffs, with darkening frown ; Till those who dared the mountain's crest', Looked out upon the fruitful west — Rich heritage — that yet shall be A nation's pride: no lordling's fee. Pass not. with slight this cherished spot; Nor let. their names be soon forgot! Such deeds as these, though not of war. Are also themes to honor for.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 August 1915

ODDS ANDINDS. Where ignorance is bliss, 'Pis folly to be. wise; ; And understanding tins, ? j With Bill we sympathise. ; Your article in last issue re the neglected! natural advantaged of Lithgow should have! the effect of stirring up .some of the pat-i riotism in our local leading c-iii.-u-vis. There ; is, no doubt;, truth in the idea. j Mr. .]. M. Robertson, British M..!\. reckons I Germany is spending' £l-10,000.'0on a ^onth.| At that rate William will .sou) be fir- stiff pk ! a crutch, else there must, be millions majle i very easily in the land of saner kraut and I sausages. . ! After the war is over it will interesting j to note what the Kaiser thinks of .loffre and Kitchener ami what, the latter two warrior;! think of Bill. One can surmise there will! be a vast margin of difference in the respec tive estimates. Many of the little hamlets in the various portions of the war zone have received an amount of free advertising, which they would never have achieved under any cir cums...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 August 1915

AUSTRALIAN BOYS. The following lines — very creditable for ?one so young — were composed by 'Billy' Parken, aged 11, of St. Mary's, and we have 'been requested to publish same: — The Sydney is Australia's pride — She saved us from the foe — And other ships from t'other side Have helped us strike the blow. The Kaiser though he'd kill the King — He tried to rule the world — But he could not do such a thing While England's flag's unfurled. The Sydney is Australia's pride — A battle she has won — And many a country took her side Just since the war begun. She heat the Emden off the .sea — It';? sunk beneath the wave — I'l bet no matter where you be You'll find Australians brave. The young Australian sofdiers boys — A brave and fearless band — Are fighting for our future joys In distant foreign lands. They left their wives and children, They left their lovely home, And they left their dear old country, To sail across the foam. We' cannot, see them dying, Nor hear the bursting 'shells, Bec...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAST WEEK'S PUZZLES. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 August 1915

LAST WEEK'S PUZZLES. Only one reply came to hand for last week's puzzles, and we. therefore award the prize of 2/6 to \Y. McGann, Clwydd-street. Lithgow. He, however, only attempted two question*:, lie very nearly got. all the towns, being wror^g in No. 4, which he made oat to ?- be 'Goor' — is should have been 'Dort.' The correct answers to all three were as follow: — No. 1 — Petal. Xo. 2 — Norfolk, Warsaw, Belgium, Dort, Essex, Braga. Kasaw, Whitby. Xo. 3.— Chip, Pen, Ham— Chipenham. We received correct answers to questions 1 and 2 from Master F. Dillon, but they only reached this- ofllce on Friday morning, too late for adjudication. Answers must reach here not later than Wednesday morn ing. ' This coming week I am offering 2/6 for the best little letter on 'What I did for Australia Day.' The winner of the 2/6 for the funniest story has been awarded to Stanley H. Ed wards, Lithgow, for the story 'A police man's lot.'

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 August 1915

The -Workers' FriencL THAT'S WHAT EVERYBODY' MUST CALL ' ; ]ST. BAS8ER, ,--: For he- caters for all the worker's wants. In fact, he can ' right up in your home. He can provide you with— e Bedroom1, Dining Room, Kitchen, Hall, and Bathroom Furniture at prices equally as cheap as Sydney. Again— after buying the Furniture and the Drapery, and the Fittings, he can fill your larder with the choicest of groceries — cheap, too. The Right Place on the Wrong Side of the Street. N. BASSER (Universal Provider), LithgOW ?— inrniiiii—iriiii'infMi'Hiiiiii iw mini iii'ium'^iiphimN iBiwnmw h ??? — ? - m ? ? iiiwhihiiimii up i imhhiih mm— !??? —^?^?n^

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
New Commissioner. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 August 1915

New Commissioner. It is understood that Mr. Edward Milne, Traffic Superintendent of the Western Di vision, has been selected as Railway Com missioner in the place of Mr. H. Richardson. The appointment has not yet been officially announced, as it must first /be approved by the Executive Council. Practically the whole of the State Ministers are at present engaged in the country in the recruiting campaign. Mr. Milne, who is 53 years of age, has been for 39 years in the railway service of the State in all grades of traffic manage ment. He was for 3f- years in the metro politan and southern divisions, and for 'the last nine year;; has held the position of superintendent, of the Western Division, with headquarters at Orange. He was one of the first of the Xew South Wales rail way officers selected by the late Chief 'Com- missioner, Mr. Eddy, for advancement. He was the rounder of the Xew South Wales Railway Rifle Club movement, and is pre sident of the New South Wales Railway Rifle Club I...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCIAL EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 August 1915

SOCIAL EVENING. The usual monthly social of the Orange Lodge was held in the Protestant. Hall on Saturday night last, when about 70 were present. These are deservedly popular | functions. The evening was .devoted to games, songs, and dancing, and all enjoyed themselves immensely. During the evening a presentation was made to Mr. and Mrs Moyle, who had lately embarked on (be 'sea of matrimony; the speakers wishing that ,calm and peaceful weather will be their lot.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 August 1915

THE WEATHER. When the late 'Mark Twain' returned to America, after his Australian tour, he said we had no weather out here — only samples. Surely, he must have gained his opinion from a visit to Lithgow. n Wednesday we had every sample that might be experienced in a year, and it wound up with a decent sized snow storm. Since then it has been cold and windy.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FRACTURED THIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 August 1915

A FRACTURED THIGH. A lad named Wade was admitted to the local hospital yesterday with a fractured thigh. He fell down an embankment be hind Kelly's Commercial Hotel. Dr. Gibbes attended him in the above institution.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEMANDED [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 August 1915

DEMANDED A. G. Gollan (alias Deering) came before Mr. H.-J. Leary, .T.P., at the Oranse court this week, to answer n charge of fnlf?os pre tences. The circumstances of the rase are that on April 5 Deering obtained from W. A. Dein, of Orange, 24 steers, 2 cows and' three heifers, and tendered in payment a chepue for £112/10/6, which it is alleged was val ueless. The accused Is already under com mittal for shooting with intent to murder Mr. Dein and constable Travers. When placed in the dock he wore a very delicate and dejected a ppeaz-ance, He was remanded for eight days. It will be remembered that Gollan was pluckily arrested at considerable personal risk by Constable Travers, at Wallerawang some weeks ago. ?

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