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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 10 July 1909

For Bronchial Coughs take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is 6d. j. w. marshT™ Saddle and Harness Maker. Sundries of every description Stocked. Also Boots and Sitous. Corner of Katoomba & Main Streets, Katoomba fTcl. 17, Katoomba. ^% ' DiRYBURGH,' ^J Katoomba & Waratah Sts., Katoomba. | DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. I Classes for Elocution, Physical Culture, I Dancing and Painting. I I Non-pupils can join any of these classes. | For Prospectuses apply to I The Misses LEWTHAt. I fcat At Home Wednesday and Saturday, gV

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 10 July 1909

/^yTl^^ To this lyADiKs of Katoomba and District ! tliPf — -wj^/^i Level Street, Katoomba, r^ll ^\ HIGH-CLASS CORSETIERE. /\^/W'7^^^^rw AT Homh at Iyovuiy St. to Ci/tunts WKdnicsdays, 3 to 9 p.m. / I V?yH^^MN]rV IM ^)W tnat winter is approaching, many ladies are having tailor - ( \ ^^C^^^^' mades, and what is more essential to the success of a tailor \ \ \1ma v§Wl matle tlml1 a well-fitting Corset ? Nurse Ooan is highly gratified \ \ JjW \\n Iff \ to announce that she is in receipt of extremely satisfactory reports ^*\\tr\M Ww\ \ from the leading lady residents of Katoomba and lyeura on the work //jjf 1,1 If/I \ * \ accomplished by her for them. Nurse is prepared to give the same m/ l\\'lh \ 1 satisfaction to 'each one of her clients. Toadies may be fitted by llL- ?V'Hl'l \\ appointment in their own homes. I$ach figure made a distinct /ufff^k.!' !'\ In / 1 study. Nurse does not ask for deposits: her terms are Cash on III I' Irskfrr I \ receipt of order. Maternity and Abdominal Belts...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Maxims for Parents. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 10 July 1909

Maxims for Parents. Begin to train your children from the cradle. . From their earliest infancy in culcate the necessity of Obedience — instant, unhesitating obedience. . Obedience is very &uui.i uuuciMuuu, even uy tin imam. Unite firmness with gentleness. I^et your children understand that you mean exactly what you say. Never give them anything because they cry for it. , Seldom threaten; and be always careful to keep your word. Never promise them anything, unless you are quite sure that you can give them what you promise. Alwa3'S punish your children for wil fully disobeying you, but never punish in a passion. Becalm, yet decisive. Do not be always correcting your child ren; and ri ever use violent or terrifying punishments. Angry words and violent blows will produce no effect. ? ? On no account allow them to do at one time what you have forbidden, under the same circumstances, at another. Teach them early to speak, the truth on all occasions. If 3;ou allow them to shuffle ...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Humours of Insurance. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 10 July 1909

Humours of Insurance. The way in which some application forms for insurance are filled up are often more amusing than enlightening, as the 'British Medical Journal' shows in the following excellent selection of examples: — Mother rlied in infVincv. Father went to bed feeling well, and the next morning woke up dead. Grandfather died suddenly at the age of 103 . Up to this time he bid fair to reach a ripe old age. Applicant does not know anything about maternal posterity, except that they died at an advanced age. Applicant does not know cause of mother's death, but states that she fully re covered from her last illness. Applicant has never been fatally sick. MlNNI-HA-HA l^AIylvS, IvATOOMBA. [SlVClin & Co. Father died suddenly; nothing serious. Applicant's brother, who was an infant, died when he was a mere child. Grandfather died from gun-shot wound, caused by an arrow, shot by an Indian. Applicant's fraternal parents died when he was a mere child. Mothers last illness was cau...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 10 July 1909

I lowest interest- ' N.S.W. SWSotnt de Piete IX $k \, Ooog Ltd. I EASY TERIVIS. - - . 74 Oastlereagh Street 74, 1 And at Newcastle, Melbourne and Brisbane. EUSTACE BENNETT, General Manager. SYDNEY. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 10 July 1909

Where to Stay. BOARD AND RFwSIDKNCK.— Mrs. Wai,sh, ' Brucedale,' Wentworth Falls, (three min utes from the Falls). Tariff: £l Is. TV/fRS. COCHRAN, 'Manordean,' Wentworth. ?*?»?'? Falls. Accommodation for Kight. 25s. per week. , , Lllxfj 11 V 1 ill lily B|(UC fountains, ^Six and a-half miles from Mt. Victoria,) A comfortable, well-kept Kami House, beautiful climate, with cool nights and no mosquitos. First-class Tennis Court good Shooting, Gill Birds, Foxes, Rabbits, and Wallabies. Abundance of Fresh Milk, Cream, Kfiffifs, Uutter, and Poultry. Piano and excellent Phonograph, latest records. Terms, /.'1 10s. per week; Ridinpr or Driving1, three times per week, /,'2. Six times, £2 10s., with Board. T. DICIyANlOY, Proprietor. Timber Merchants, Bent Street, opp. Railway Station, KATOOMBA. All classes of Builcliiig Material, Bricks, Iyime, Iyead, Iron, and Fencing Material always on hand at lowest Prices. No Humbug with Freight and Cartage.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pat's Love Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 10 July 1909

Pat's Love Letter. It's Patrick Dolin, nieself and no other, That's after informing you without any bother That your own darlin' self has put me heart in a blaze, And made me your swateheart the rest of your days, And now 1 sits clown to write you tins letter. Mony's the day, sure, since first I got smitten Wid yer own purty face that's bright as a kitten, And yer illergent figger that's just the right size Faith I am over in love wid ye clear up till me eyes. You won't think me desarvin or telling a lie v If I tell who's in love with me, just ready to die, There's Bridget McCregan, full of coketish tricks, Keeps flattering in pride to get me in a fix ; And Bridget you know has great expectations From her father that's dead and lots of relations, Then there's Biddy O'Farrel, thecuuningest elf. Sings ' Patrick, my darlin, ' and that means nieself. I might marry them both, if I felt so inclined, But there is no use talkin of their kind. I trates them both alike, without impartialit}',...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 10 July 1909

TO BUII.IHIRS. HpENDERS close 10'JM-r August for the EREC J- TION of a WEATHERBOARD COTTAGE at IvEURA for Mrs. Dinah Wilkins. For Plans and Specifications apply to HAR0L.D R. HARDWICK, Architect, MuDGiW. By Order of the Mortgagees. KATOOMBA. .HP WO DETACHED COTTAGES, known as J- ' Daisy' and ' Claudina,' corner of Albion and Camp streets, opposite the Cricket Ground. I They are of W.B. and each contain 4 rooms and kitchen with verandahs. I/and has about 200 feet frontage to Albion street and 165 feet to Camp street in area 2 roods and 16 perches. Torrens Title. TABRETT 8c CO. Will sell by Auction at their Rooms, Katoomba, on WEDNESDAY, JUlyY 14th, at 3 p.m. J. W. Maund, .Esq., Solicitor to Mortgagee. . MEDLOW BATH - Il-* YOU WANT -t : A First Class Turnout, ; Either in Motor Cars, Horses, or Carriages, go to MEDLOW BATH, or ring up TELEPHONE 29, Katoomba. J. RICK.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 10 July 1909

Visitors to Katoomba should not: fail Id sec MEDLOW BATH. The most sumptuously appointed Pleasure Resort in New South Wales. .1000 Acres of the most; Beautiful TriVate Grounds .surround the Hydro, making it the best place on the Mountains to spend a day picnicising\ If your arrangements prevent you stopping at the Hydro, ?well, come along and have a lunch there. Motor Car Trips Daily to Jenolan Caves. If you are tfoinyf to the Caves, viiiff up 'PHONlfO 29, KATOOMHA. and a seat will be kept for you. , ,,..^mimWJmjlUM ? ,_^ ? J,t_4JLJ ? ^^^^ House, Land & Estate Agent, .BLACKHEATH. Booking Office for Jeuohm Caves. i$y^j/7 Fruiterer and ^Wf 111 if ConfectBoner, Wf $g'l P Opposite Station, KJf^ BLACKHEATH. Choicest. Fruits and Veui'tubics of the Season. Orders delivered daily. l,eadititf brands of Confectionery. All kinds 1.1 f Summer Drinks. Bicycles for Hire. Repairs and Sundries. Agent for Bennett & Woods' Cycles. v

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
How to Know when a Girl will make a Good Wife. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 10 July 1909

How to Know when a Girl will make a Good Wife. If only it were possible to apply the average amount of common sense to the all important question of matrimony, how many muddles and disappointments might be averted, and how much less liable to ??disillusionment would be love's young' dream . It is all very well tor Mwm to fall m love with Angelina at first sight, and with loverlike chivalry to declare that he is so madly enamored of her charms that he is blind to her faults, and quite unable to be lieve that so angelic a being could possess drawbacks from a matrimonial point of view. Such sentiments ma}^ be all very well when a man is engaged, but, once he is married, it is not only possible but more than probably that so far from making him blind, his. love will have the effect of mak ing him cruelly wide awake and critical. For a husband differs from a lover, inas much as the former sees things as they are, whereas a lover is too apt to believe that they are all his fancy paints th...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 10 July 1909

One of our Specialities is Butter* BLACKHEATH .. I

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LAWSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 10 July 1909

Hl'UI'M. '.','''' '.'.''''.'.''''I',''!''' '''.'',' V' '.'' '?''. ,'''',V' ',' ',','. 'VI'. MHJ. i * I niiillMIU liliHIHilllliMlillllillllMIHIII I I I t I I I I I I | I ( I I I | ( I t I 1 1 I 1 I I UUHIIMI MMUr [From our Own Corkk.spondknt. I Who can tell of the* widespread interest awakened in religious life by the mission recently conducted by Dr. Chapman and Mr. Alexander in Sydney? It will doubt less spread through the whole of Australia. None who attended any of the meetings ? coma out teei mat tne mission was in ciose touch with the Kternal Father ; and he taught us to realise more than ever the verities of the Gospel. The power of sacred song was also wonderfully manifested, and many a heart was cheered and comforted b}^ the gracious words of the singers. In this Mountain village a movement is being made for giving effect to some of the inspirations of that mission by holding weekly united praise and prayer services on Wednesday ? evenings in the Mechanics' Institute. The Re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 10 July 1909

A. G. FOWLER, PHOTOGRAPHER, LEUEA. Opposite Post Office. Arts Arcadia — Where the best Post Cards are.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 10 July 1909

T. F. SMITH, SPRBWGWOOPu BKCiS to announce that he has installed a Wood Mill at Springwood. Having' secured a quan tity of Oak lie can execute orders CUT TO ANY I/I3NGTH, and railed to anywhere. HoteB Oriental, Sprirtgwood. A Ilinh-Cliiss Residential Hotel, eunininmlintf extensive views of suvvouiuliuK country. IMiiKuilioent Drives obtaina ble, ninl lieiiik only -17 miles from' Sydney offers exceptional nttnietiiins to motorists. Excellent, (iolf Uuks only nshort distance from the Hotel. Terms from 30s. to 50s. per week, or 7s. 6-i per day. Apply, MISS HARROW. Minmjjcress.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 10 July 1909

Palace Avenue, Lawson. / *r «, GENERAL STORE. / %$f / Best Brands of — / ^ wjj\^ / Grocery and Produce, / .jJ%(g- / Drapery, Boots, Shoesy' «$ wV* / Crockery, Irommon- / -SjL / -%) gery, Patent MediyT ^*®| / Jl cines, &c. / &r / (I 1 Prompt delivery /^ ^sdK* / to all parts oi / fy / A sent for — ^''^?/X/ PETROL, / / CLr^ / Anderson's Seeds, / l*\p / Baker & Rouse's / (3x / ^-^°*°^raP^*c Goods. ? ^^&- / All communications will receive / prompt and careful attention.

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
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The Boy and His Parents. A GUIDE TO CONDUCT. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 10 July 1909

The Boy and His Parents. a guide; to conduct. A boy's manner towards his parents should be condescending-, and even friendlj- ; but it is mis taken kindness to admit them to too much famili arity. He should, as far as convenient, adopt approxi mately the hours appointed by his parents for meals. He will easily realise the advantage of having a parent at table, as a butt or foil. Me may always saieiy assume tnat ins parents g views are out of date. 1 In any case, he should guard against allowing it j to be imagined that any intelligent idea, accidental- I ly propounded by them, had not previously occur- 1 red to him. i He is not called upon to notice any attempts at humor ventured upon either of them. ' It should always be borne in mind that they are subject to a disadvantage of having spent their early years without his guidance and example. It may be safely asserted that in no case can a boy's good qualities be attributed to his parents or otherwise than to himself. At the same tim...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPRINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 10 July 1909

I 5PRINGWOOD. I ?I* M-* M/ Vt/ M/ *1' M' *-'/ *-'' *?'/ ??'' *?!* \\* *--' vV *' *??» ???'* «!' Os \\a *.!/ vis \U \\/ -U *.!/ vis «.!/ O/ U/ *.?/ [From our Own Correspondent]. The adjourned committee meeting of the Springwood Progress and Ratepayers As sociation was held at the School of Arts on Wednesday, 23rd June. There were pre sent Messrs. W. Raboue (in the chair), Rev. B. C. Robison, R.. H. Ward, D. Ferguson, and the secretary (Mr. A. Ferguson). It was decided to hold the an nual meeting at the Parish Hall on Wed nesday, 14th July, at S p.m. The sub committee appointed to approach the Trustees of the Cemetery reported that permission had been given for the suggested improvements to be made. The fencing has been restored, and a very considerable amount of clearing has been done, willing workers having put in their spare time in this laudable manner. It is intended to continue the work on Wednesday afternoon next. CONCERT AT SPRINGWOOD. The concert held in the Springwood Hall o...

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Dressing the Hair. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 17 July 1909

Dressing the Hair. If there is one thing moire than another upon which a woman's looks depend it is the arrange ?ment of the hair. The use of false hair is not to be despised, but, like everything else, the abuse conies from its over use, and surely it has now reached the rjoint where a. halt should be called. Exaggeration in any form is always bad taste, but there is nothing in recent years which has be come so pronounced as the craze to-day for over dressing the hair in the modern pillow-cushion style — virtually making a monument of one's head until all semblance of its natural size is lost. As one man was heard to say to another the other day : ' 'All that these things need to make t.Vipm look like fmnrtment-hfmsp.s are windows and chimneys ! ' ' The Psyche knot and the puffs have reached such a pronounced stage that one may call them the basis of the present malady in hair dressing. Perhaps it would be well to say, as a fact and a matter of general interest, that hair dressing ...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE HOME P How to Manage a Pretty Woman. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 17 July 1909

I The Home Pagie. I a%r ., ? r ? ? ,., „ ? ? , .,. ... ? r ? t ? rr J ]$& By Myona. How to Manage a Pretty Woman. I wonder If a man ever really flatters himself that he knows how to manage a pretty woman ? Of course, he may think he does ; but there are times when she will 'shy off, and it will need an extx*emely clever whip to guide her into the beaten track again, and the man who is wise should re member always an initial well-conned lesson : — ,, Never allow a pretty woman to score the first victory, or she will tyrannise over him until he relapses into a state of abject helplessness, from which there -will be no awakening. Don't mind her tears. Tears make a woman's e3'es more beautiful. Let them splish-splash all over you both. The most violent shower often benefits the flowers, and to change the metaphor, the man who does not come out of the first clash of arms iu arms — with the arms at rest, or arouncl the rest — might as- well give up the battle and retreat with as m...

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BLACKHEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 17 July 1909

? sfc -& il?.si? »ksLa ;M» '£ «b d? d? d?.d?jd? a? d? d?. d?ia -ksbfcsb -M? -&£ -^ BLACKHEATH. J 1 i»T»i i»T^ i»T*i i»T«i ?T»T*rv i»T»r?T«i ~i*TZt?fri -*T'-n ?T*1 -?!- .-Tii *T~ -Y^ ^T* mti *T» ?'!- .?t»i -?!* i*Yi t*T»- i»T*» -»T»» ^T«» rT+.T^ [From our Own Correspondent.] The fifth animal meeting of the members of the School of Arts was held on -Thursday, July 8, the President (Cr. H. J. Collier) in the chair, and there was a fair attendance. After the confirma tion of the minutes of the previous annual meet ing and two special meetings, the Secretary sub mitted the annual report, which opened by ac knowledging the goodwill of so many residents and visitors who assisted the Committee in so many ways, particularly to the ladies who worked so well for the late successful bazaar. As the indebtedness on the building is now reduced to so low a figure, the incoming Committee wiil be in a position to devote its resources to thoroughly furnishing the library and reading ro...

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