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INTERCESSION SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 August 1915

INTERCESSION SERVICE. An intercession service was held in the Anglican Church on Wednesday at 1.15 p.m., conducted by the Rev. D. H. Dillon. The building was draped with flags of our Em pire and Allies and the congregation con sisted of between 200 and 300. 'The 'service opened with the hymn 'O, God or help in ages past,' which was followed by special prayer for our armies. The Rev. Dillon briefly addressed the congregation and em phasised the need for intercession on behalf and for the success of the Allied forces.' The King had asked the Archbishop t)f Canterbury to have intercession services throughout the Empire on August 4. It was filling that they should thus gather. The National Anthem was sung at the close of the service. ' ?'

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

MR. DOO LEY'S DOINGS. Mr. Dooley, M.L.A.,- has been informed by the. Education Department that it has been decided to add four class rooms to the exist ing public school at Portland. The necessary sketch plans have been approved and the preparation of full plans is now in hand. Also, in regard to the proposed aditional buildings, etc., for the Lithgow District School, that the matter is, now in the hands of the architect of this Department for the preparation of full plans.

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

CONSULT PHONE 52. Freink C. Barnham, . SURGEON DENTJST, 1UAIN STREET, LITHGOW, (Next To WASHINGTON H SOUL & CO., Chemiits. ) HOURS .. . . . 9 to 1. 2 to 5 :7 to 9, p.m. ; ! ' J f ! '' , . '.

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

A' MUSICAL TREAT. The Lithgow public are lovers of good music, and this was evidenced by the. large attendance at. 'the-' Oddfellows Hall on Sun day night to listen to the programme of music rendered by the members of the 1 Lithgow' Amateur Orchestral Society., Mr. W: Slattery. presided. The rapid improve ment in members was shown in the various numbers rendered. It would be invidious tO' particularise where there was such a gen eral exhibition of proficiency. . Mr. A. Thompson, conductor has every reason to be -proud, of the muslcains it was his pri ,' ?'?.{-/.;« to lead. Mr. 'Goodwin, generously gave the use of .the hall free. Mr. W. L. Mawson assisted in other wa.fa. .The '' en- ergetic secretary, Mr. H. McCoan, is rightly well pleased with the performance and its incident substantial contribution to Austra lit Day funds, the handsome sum of £15 haying been paid over as a first instalment. The acquisition of a good orchestra is in estimable in any country town, and it is to lie h...

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

CADET BAND. It has been decided to 'reform the old Cadet Band, under the conductorship of Mr. Kinningburgh. In view of this, the recently formed Citizens' Band 'will be merged into the Cadet Band. It is intended that their first public appearance will be on Eight Hour Day, the second Monday in October. We understand that the boys are making great progress.

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

IN. THE FIGHTING LINE. Mortyne & McKibbin Wish to announce to tlie general public that they are in the Fighting Line as,. regards Prices &c... of SERGES and WORSTEDS from the leading British Mills. Wecan make you n FIRST-GLASS' SUIT from £3 10/ Fit, Style and Workrrtanship guarantee'd. * LRDIES' TAILORING: This Department is solely under tlie supervision of Mr. H. J. MORTYNE who has had extensive experience in this branch of the business in Sydney and Melbourne, being 3I years with David Jones and Co., Sydney, and four \ears at Shaves, Melbourne, Orders entrusted to him will receive his best atiention Sheppeard's Buildings, Main Street, Lithgow

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

flwRPM^y»i$ is a j°y f°r ever' but a bad °ne is S^^i PIW^'^'^ ''''^ Pllip abomination. Now plwlla Jp- c- morris' ^^i^^^^^^ 'he Great Western F°«ndry), Makes absolutely the Best Stove on the market and he has happily named it the ' I.ITHGOW ' It has been tried and found 'not wauling!' He also makes lovely Fire Orales. &c . &c . and gives entirt- satisfaction to Every Custoiner, If your Machinery breaks down ? MORRIS will mend it. If vour Motor Car breaks down — .-!_- MORRIS will rectify it. In fact, REPAIRS of all kinds expeditiously done. Painting. Best Quality. .#? Anything, Anywhere. -$ For anything les« | is wasted money. True to Time. Personal Service. $- Saves inconvenience %% Secures you the Fruits and money. of tne |ifelong experi _ . ? ence of men who knows Reasonable Prices tne game. pens the door to all who need Painting one or require Paint. Petty, Peckham and Petty The Painters and Who gives you most Decorators Who serves you best LITHGOW. Lithgow 's Best...

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

A Boon to Cyclists Twenty per cent. Reduction in MOTOR and CYCLE SUNDRIES and REPAIRS. The War does not affect my prices. A few of my Repair Prices are: — New bar fitted, 6/6, includes en amelling. Two New Bars, 12/-, includes Enamelling. Wheels Trued from 1 /. New Fork Blades Fitted, 2/6 enamelled. Two Fork Blades Fitted, 6/-, enamelled. Sundries are priced in my win dow. Come and see them. My' Nine Months' Guarantee Covers, 10/- each. My Nine Months' Guarantee Tubes, 5/~ each. My 15 Months' Guarantee Covers, 15/- each. My 15 Months' Guarantee Tubes * 6/- each. My stock is large and up-to-date. Cr.H in and see the famous RUDOE MULTI 6horse-power £.83/10/ Cash. , 3.H. Motors from £40. New Cycles from £6, Guaran teed 12 months. claudTarlow, B. and B. Agent, Opposite Tattersall's Hotel.

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

Soccer Football THE THOMPSON CUP. Mr. H. G. Thompson, after a nine months absence from Lithgow, during which time he has been working at Cockatoo Dock, has returned to Lithgow to work at, the Small' Arms Factory. The cup which Mr. Thomp son donated to the public school children for Association Football Competition is still running. Mr. Thompson will soon be able-: to resume his old position of referee.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT A WOMAN DID LAST WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 August 1915

WHAT A WOMAN DID LAST WEEK. 'It should bo intpi-cvtini! to vnur rend ers to lenrn of a rnrln'r lnKftil part played by a woiiuiii last uvok. The story in . brief is, 'that n 1io!t!i- of Pickme up Sauce was put into :i cruet, bottle. and those using it remarked that there was something nice about thu sauce to day.' Our reason for inserting this inr your paper is, that your readers may get to know that once Pick-me-up Sauca ia tried, its quality ensures its continual; use — not because it is cheaper. ? Thous ands more are usiug it since the Pick-at« up appeal. '

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOXING. DARCY V. McGOORTY. AMERICAN OUT-CLASSED. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 August 1915

BOXING. DARCY V. McGOORTY. AMERICAN OUT-CLASSED. (By our Special Representative.) The fight for the middleweight champion ship of the world took place at the Sydney Stadium on Saturday night last, the contes tans being Les.. Darcy (holder), of Australia, and Eddie McGoorty '(challenger), of America). The light lasted 15 rounds, when, after Daroy had knocked McGoorty down the third time, was stopped by the police. There was a crosvd of over 15,000 present. Darcy was the first to enter the ring. He looked trained to the hour, being bronzed and hard and tough; built on the lines of a man of endurance. He looked the boy that he is, But what a boy! ?McGoorty appeared to me to be a little bit on the nervous fide. Although he looked to have the advantage over the local boy in heighth and reach. The weights were announced as: — Darcy, . list. G'-filb.; McGoorty, list. 5%lb. Round 1.— They shook hands and retired to their cornel's and when the gong went Eddie wanted another shake — for luck,...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LITHGOW STADIUM. WOOLFE V. GOODWIN. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 August 1915

LITHGOW STADIUM. WOOLFE V. GOODWIN. Owing to a badly sprained ankle, Alf. J-lahnes did not turn up for his fight with. Woolfe, set down for the Lithgow Stadium last Satuiday night, and Earn Goodwin took, ins place. One of the best contests ever witnessed at tlie local sta'diuin was the re sult. In the first round both men Opened out and soon got to work. Goodwin scored with a beautiful straight left. The round ended, in Goodwin's favor. The second round was even, both men fighting about equal Woolfe opened weli with a good right to the .law, but. Goodwin evened matters with in fighting, ?i'.-li!?!} \\\-olfe sr emed a stranger to. Woolfo opened I.he fourth round with a. ' ' but Goodwin responded to the heart, which shook Woolfe up. From the fifth to the''' tenth round matters W(.e about even,. both men giving and takinjv punishment. Woolfo stariod with terrific right, swings-, in the eleventh round. He kopt up that stylo up till flu- end of -the fifteenth. Ot'ler tli use hl.'ws wou.d...

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

iE.MARK&CO, TAILORS, MAIN STREET, LITHGOW s Repairs a Speciality. All work done on the premises. None sent to Sydney to be ' sUpniade PRICES-CHEAPEST. ? QUALITY-BEST. SUITS TO MEASURE (hand-made) from 75/ OVERCOATS MADE UP (in lateat styles) from 60/

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

SPORT. Turf. The Bar Vons had the worst of the battle with backers at. Tlandwick on Australia Day. Australia Day races had about the slim mest attendance ever recorded at Tlandwick. The Metropolitan jockeys subscribed £500 i'or Australia Day. Are you listening some of you wealthy trainers? Australia Dav race meeting iealist;d aboui , £5000, of which the proprietary horse race clubs contributed £1200. The old-established Blayney Jockey Club has been forced to put the shutters up, and its racecourse appointments are to be sold. , There should be a big attendance at Vic loria Park racecourse next Saturday, when the Olympic Club will control the 10 miles running and the 7 miles walking champion ships of New South Wales. The afternoon's sport will commence at 2.30 p.m. The Wellington Racing Club, New Zea land, was compelled to abandon its meeting, which was to be held on July 14 and 15. Sicimess, it seems, broke out in the mili tary camp adjoining the racecourse, and the military authori...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Moorefield Races SATURDAY, AUGUST 7. (Anticipations by "Napotandy." HURDLE MACE. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 August 1915

Msordield Races SATURDAY, AUGUST 7. (AnticipatJonc by 'Napotandy.' HURDLE MACE. 2*4 Miles. Starting time 2.10 p.m. Wadden or Yellowboc . . . . 1 . fviirmUpi' . . ' ,-v .... 2 Bidgee Bee .; .. .. 3 FLYING HANDICAP. £Ix furlongs. Starting time 2.40 p.m. Lord Liddell ? 1 Lord Multifid ? ? Lady Morena . . . . . . '. KOGARAH STAKES. One mile. Starting time 3.10 p.m.' Lady Melton . . . . . . 1 Jacula ' . . . . . . . . 2 ; All Satin .. ? 3 MAIDEN HANDICAP. ;Six furlongs. Starting time 3.40 p.m. Martinmas . . . . . - 1 Lndy Millie .. .. .2 Vinar ? .. ' MOOREFIELD HANDICAP. , lv.j Mile., Starting time -!.10 p.m. Ton Tcvd ' . . ? 1 Kavello % . . . . . . . . 2 Charlieville . . . . . . 3 CARLTON MILE. Starting time 1.40 p.m. Xombi ? 1 Hobble Skirt ? 2 Hopfleld ? 3

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN APPEAL TO OUR HOUSE WIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 August 1915

AN APPEAL TO OUR HOUSiJ. WIVES. It iB hop«d that every hop-»fiwife in this town and district, and similarly in all other towns and districts, will make a point to-day of buying a bottle of I 'Pick-me-up' Sauce, and so give ainple proof for publication that Australian women folk are now playing their part in supporting our own resources. As the foregoing implies, 'Pick-me-up' Sauce is made in Australia. It i.s, therefore, frf e of duty and so costs less than .some BauceH. The manufacturers gained gold medal at R.A. Show, Sydney, and 30 first, special, and othnr prizos. Every store keeper will be nskod for results of» to day 's appeal. Rev. D. 11. Dillon mu si indeed be proud oi the congregations he is getting. The church is altogether too small to hold all the people who desire to attend divine ser vice there on a Sunday night. His church oltic rs should sot about at once to build the new church. It seems u pity that folk cannot get into the present edifice, thereby being debarred fr...

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

Recruiting. If there is one man more than another who can not throw bouquets at himself as a, recruiting agent, it is Mr. James Dooley, M.L.A., for Mrs electorate. We will do him the credit, that we do not think his atti tude and his utterances on Sunday were by design, but rather that he did not give that thought to the duty before him which such demanded. We all know there are iaults in the military administration,' but n recruit ing meeting is not the proper place to ven tilate them, yet Mr. Dooley filled in time an iriiadverting on what was not right and what should be done. Mr. Dooley has the ability, he has the knowledge, and, as a re presentative of the people, he has a great influence, but he did not utilise those pos sessions to the necessary purpose on Sun day. In the face of the unparalled slaugh ter in the World's history, he said that 'up to now it had been a matter of playing at war?' Is that the' convincing argument of a recruiting campaigner? It would not be good eno...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Messrs. Carmichael and Dooley. SUNDAY'S MEETING AT THE TRADES HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 7 August 1915

Messrs. Carmichael and Dooley. SUNDAY'S MEETING AT THE TRADES HALL. No doubt expecting .something extra spec ial in the way of speech making, a large crowd turned up at the Trades Hall on Sunday afternoon, when Messrs. Carmichael and Dooley. M's.L.A., were billed to deliver speeches of a recruiting nature. Owing to a motor car accident, the visitors did not reach Lithgow until about ?! p.m., so the local committeemen conducted a meeting while waiting. Aid. Pillans (Mayor) pre sided and opened the proceedings. He said that in the past Lithgow had done well without the assistance of outsiders, and they would continue to do so. He felt sure that when Australians were shown the need of the Empire they would not be found hanging back. He denounced well-to-do men who refused to contribute to the pat riotic funds. He looked to an enlightened freedom where the German was crushed as he undoubtedly would be. He wa.s pleased to say that in a little over a week 100 men had enlisted from the dis...

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

Cheetham's Flats. i (From our own correspondent.) The weather for the par-t v--ek h?.z been very unsettled.. About three inches of i=now fell on Wednesday evening. I am pleased to hour that Mr. Chapman, our local school teacher, hap recovered after a few days' illness. Most o fthe farmers in this locality have finished potato digj-i.n-. nniotvr whom is Mr. George Jenkins, who speaks of n very fair crop. Wire netting is becoming very universal at Cheetham's Flats, On some of the hold ings scarcely a rabbit is now to be seen. The 'Democrat.' is now a very popular newspaper down here, and is eagerly looked for. The 'Manchester Guardian' bays that withLn a brief period every large workshop in India will be making munitions. The gen eral work in the railway shops has been suspended. For latest cable news, see page five.

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

— THE STADIUM. — = TO-NIGHT. ' . TO-NIGHT. A GREAT FIGHT. YOUNG SULLIVAN V. EARN GOODWIN WELL-KNOWN IN LITHGOW. ? L1THGOW. THE BEST OF 20 ROUNDS. ALF. MOABERT V. BERT SMITH, . LITHGOW. LITHGOW. | A WILLING SIX ROUND PRELIMINARY. DOORS OPEN AT 7.30 COMMENCE AT 8. ' j . PRICES 3/-, 2/-, and 1/-. ? EARN GOODWIN, Promoter. ?wm^— mmm^. ^ ??? w ?Tii'^iiif-HfiTTrTHnTTifnT— TrniBiiirT)nifinii ruiiiiMMiiimmimwiiw mnwiiiii limn umim n 'ifiiminiin mmiiip ?wwimwhi iwii SATURDAY - Oddfellows Hall - SATURDAY ANOTHER BIG BOOM ! . . ANOTHER BIG BOOM '. 'THE MIDDLEMAN.' 'THE MIDDLEMAN.' Screened the week before last, at the Crystal Palace, Sydney. Drawing tremendous business. SECOND STAR.— 'THE MYSTERY OF SEVEN CHESTS.'. A Selig sensation in two acts. The tale of a belated confession. , A confession of murder — Falsely accused — List to the wedding bells— Scenes of convict life. SATURDAY NIGHT'S PRICES ARE AS USUAL.. NO FREE LIST. Matinee at 3 o'clock. Matinee at 3 o'clock. ? ADULTS, !/? and 6d. CHI...

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