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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 20 March 1909

Furnished Cottages to Let 2 Houses and I^iud for .Sale. Plans and Estimates Prepared for Weather board Cottages. Assistance to Build. Loans Negotiated. W. LOWDEN, Auctioneer, Estate Agent & Valuator, Opposite Station, LAWSON. Tel. 17, Katoomba. u DRYBURGH,' Katoomba & Waratah Sts., Katoomba. DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Classes for Klocution, Physical Cul ture, Dancing and Painting. Non-pupils can join any of these classes. For Prospectuses apply to The Misses LENTHAL At Home Wednesday and Saturday. ? , j Blackheath and MIL Victoria, Opposite both Stations. The oldest Established Business on the Mountains. Only one Qualinj — The Best. Families waited on and orders prompt ly attended to. The Oldest Butcher on \ the BBye Mountains. Park Street, Katoomiba. Tel. 34-, K. THE KATOOMBA DAIRY, Waratch end Hope Streets. Purveyors to the Carrington Hotel and all leading residents, visitors, and boarding houses. All milk guaranteed absolutely Pure. ® J ! Afc—p^liT^ Coach ...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 20 March 1909

Sip w ^aaBiuffi&^;^ Nfj 111 PT SOME PLUMS. *«__ ? ... Youths' Flannelette Shirts, ell one Price, 1s 7£d each. Men's Tunic Shirts. Special Line. 2s 6d each. | Bargains in Dress Materials and Manchester Goods. Sheetings. Towels. Rugs. I J Cotton Delaines. 3 Jd yard. Worth 5d yard. : LJ i J - 3 ? LJ ?an W'$ I Universal Providers™ Telephone no. 11, nat p.o. box 30. Katoornba.. I 1 1 1 ^tesssai tes'zs'L^s=s=J fcisssssssssl ftrsgsszssssdl ln=^2x ^Ssssszi lri^s^==^J §zs===s5J ls=ssszsssl lsss^&^ i ?Hi ? Bum ? M W H ^s^^wi'B I ^%p^ ^p^ w fcl ITiHriOay Ka,toonnbsi Ph£trmsicy« IVIain Street^ R^Z?tutlL. Katoornba. Also at Leura Mall, Leura. IMtStMary'sCollegei I KATOOJV1BA. 1 aJ Conducted by the Sisters of Chnrity. v? I High-Class Boarding and Day School. U , 0 Situated 3,300 feet above sea level, in the1 ? $ most picturesque and healthful part of the j (j; Blue Mountains. This Collide offers uu- j ;;1 rivalled facilities for health and education, f f;' '' The Krounds comprise ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 20 March 1909

rr — , — ^ FACING RAILWAY STATION. Tytirtfe Airy Rooms. Splendid Billiard Table. .First-class Table and Ijquors. Splendid Milk Supply for Families. Tariff: 8s. per day, 30s. and 35s. per week. Special KHdny Nln'ht to Monday Morning1 Tariff, 20s. Golf Jyinks two minutes from Hotel. Trips arranged to all parts of the Mountains acd Jenolnn Caves at Reasonable Rates. .,. -- jTW. C. WORMALD, Proprietor.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 20 March 1909

To Contributors and Others. Correspondence is invited upon all matters affecting the general welfare of the district or the Blue Mountains. It should be accompanied by the signature of the writer, and the name when a nom de-plume is* used, will be regarded as strictly con fidential. Descriptive articles, short stories, verse, etc., will be acceptable. Changes of address should be notified without delay, otherwise the Editor cannot be held respon sible for the non-receipt of the paper. No notice will be taken of anonymous communi cations. Copy must be in not later than Thursday noon to ensure insertion. Advertisements must be sent in not later than Friday morning. Subscription Rates. 12 Months . . . 10s. 6d. 6 ' ... 5s. 9d. 3 . ... . 3s. STRICTLY IN ADVANCK. Copies may be had from following : — Katoomba — Mur.i.ANY & Co., Main Street. Kitch & Co., A. Giixhrist, Katoomba Street. H. A. Bundy, H. -PhiiJvIPS, Leura— F. J. CORNKTT, L,eura Mall. A. G. FowiyRR, ' C. I/. Dash...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 20 March 1909

Blue Mountains Shire Council. TENDERS FOR WORKS. ^TENDERS addressed to the Shire Clerk, Tyaw J- son, and endorsed 'Contract No. 09/8,' will be received for the undermentioned works up to 9 o'clock a.m., the Twenty-Fifth day of March, 1909, Formation, Ballasting, etc., 19 chains Wood ford Avenue, Woodford. lowest or any tender not necessarily 'accepted. Specifications for Works may be inspected at the Shire Office, lyawson. SYDNEY I/BNNON, lyawson, Shire Clerk. 17th March, 1909. LAND BARGAINS. POR. RESERVED vSAIyE for CASH, the follow J- lowing lyots. Torrens Title. I/B/URA. — Portion 121, Bras fort, near lyeura Public School. 9ac. lrd. 31 per. ^91. WENTWORTH FAtlvS.— I/ake View Estate, lyot 14, 37# per., £15, and lyot 37, 2 rds. 25 ji per. /1 3. Reservation Purchase only effected by Purchaser signing Contract for Sale. IvEX, ' Hollingtou,' COOCVEE. VISITORS TO KATOOMBA should not Tail Lo see Hydro HWHajestic & Hotel, MEDIOW BATH. The most sumptuously appointed Pleasure Resor...

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LEURA. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 20 March 1909

UKy. !-LvlJM!^^:,^/^JX^^UiiM^,M(,^'l'|l^'M,''^^l',rl-,^^','t^';^,^^t,^l;l:,,uJi.l,'ll^.'^^^^^,',l,;l'l-,t'^^( V»i yT ^ r t x TXXXXX, tJJCXJJ XXXXXJ XJUJUU XXXXXX XXXXXX XXXXXX I XX XXX XXXXXX I -1 .f .? i-t*t ; rrv- f.TWTrr1 .-T-rrrrrvr . .? :'r: .'/i? ? ? r r : :';j ?;? . ?; ;rr : '; ) r* .??'TrTTrrT .'i j*n /? i? : . :*T-:';'; r: i . i'i I .'1 r*n [From our Own Correspondent.] Easter week promises to be a busy time for the L/eura Golf Club, several matches having* been arranged for, and a big entr^ is expected. The different greens are look ing splendid since 'they have been lifted, and the recent rains have given them a good appearance. The whole course now is in the best of order. The Leura- Pastime Club still attracts a crnnri numhpr nf vnnno* mipn rn flip T.Ptira Hall oh Monday nights, where all kinds of gymnastic practice is indulged in. The people of Leura think it is about time some responsible person was put on by the Postal Department to deliver letters. It is a common th...

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Katoomba Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 20 March 1909

Katoomba Rifle Club. The following is, the result of the quarterly shoot of the above club -held on Saturday last : hdp. 500 600 Total C. Whalan - - -, , 6 32 30 68 H. Wootton - - - 35 31 66 H. Chambers - - - 5 28 29 62 Capt. Hicks - - - . - 34 27 61 W. Hicks 2 28 30 60 H. Bronger - - - 10 28 21 59 . T.Martin - - ' -1 * ' -' 30 28 58 R. Moss - - - 1 32 ? 25 58 W. Mitchell - - - 2 30 25 57 R. Field - -/ - 2 26 ' 28 56 G. Crawshaw - - - - 28 26 54 E. Craig - ' - - 6 26 20 52 A. Anderson - - ; - 6 23 21 50 H. Hale - - - - 6 23 20 49 W. Scope - - - - 8 17 . 16 41 The new Fire Brigade Station will be officially opened on Wednesday evening next.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 20 March 1909

AUCTION SAIyK of : Furniture, Shop Fittings, Etc., At the Premises of E. J. WOOD, DKAi'ivK, lyEURA M.A].jVl TyEtJp.A, Wednesday, March 24th; ? ? i ' . ? ' ! ? i ? ? at 2.15 p.m. ....'..... GOYDE1R BROS. HAVE received instructions from Mr. E. J. WOOD to dispose of a Quantity of Ettrtii ture, Shop I'Mttings, Mirrors, etc., as above;- ' Among tlie lots to be offered are—Dining Tables, Settee', Sewing' Machine (absolutely new), Handsome Oval Table,- Mnoleuin, and the Eull furnishings of Dining: Room, 3. .Bedrooms, and Kitchen. AIho 2 large Pier Glassed1, large Mirrors, 'Glass Show Case, Pan nelled, Cpu liter, Sliding 'poors and Shelves complete, Signboards,-, etc,. ?''? ? Absolute Clearance Sale. ' Inspection on Afternoon prior to Sale. ?! ?'??'??' '; GOVDER BROS.,' Auctioneers,1 !.,.

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Katoomba Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 20 March 1909

Katoomba Municipal Council. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Council was held in the Council Chambers on Tuesday evening last, when there were present:— The Mayor (in the chair), Aids. Duff, Davies, Bronger, ?Goyder, Lindeman, Kitch, Dash, and the Council Clerk, Mr. Quinan. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The outward and inward correspondence were dealt with. Letters were received from the Works Depart ment asking what action the Council had taken towards the establishment of a pound on the site reserved for that purpose. Received. From James Dooley, M.L.A., informing the ?Council that the Regulation of the Department only provides that schools within a radius of 15 miles being granted a holiday to attend the local Show. Received. From the Chief Commissioner of Railways, with reference to the meeting of a deputation from the Council, and asking what subjects the Council pro pose to discuss, in order that inquiry may 'be made in the meantime. — Receiv...

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Formation of a Tennis Club at Leura. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 20 March 1909

Formation of a Tennis Club at Leura. A public meeting was held in the Leura Hall on Wednesday evening last to consider the advisability of forming a tennis club at Leura. There were a fair number who were desirous of becoming members present. The Rev. R. A. Redmond occupied the chair, and briefly stated why the meeting had been called. - . Mr. A. Knight moved that in the opinion of this meeting the time had arrived when a tennis club should be formed, and ex- ' i plained the benefits that would result in forming such a club. Numbers of visitors during the season come to Leura and want to know is there no tennis club, and very .often go away to more convenient places to play. In no place could a club be formed .under better conditions than at Leura. There were two splendid courts at the Golf Links, and by joining the present club under the present Golf and Recreation Co., Ltd., the members would enjoy the privileges of the use of the present courts Club House and Croquet Lawns. Mr. A...

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Laying the Foundation Stone of S. Alban's, Leura, BY HIS GRACE THE ARCHBISHOP OF SYDNEY. A BRILLIANT GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 20 March 1909

Laying the Foundation Stone of 5. Alban's, Leura, BY HI5 GRACE THE ARCHBISHOP OF SYDNEY. A BRILLIANT GATHERING. Splendid weather prevailed on Saturday afternoon last, on the occasion of the laying of the foundation-stone of Leura's new Anglican Church of S. Alban's by his Grace the Archbishop of Sydney. The Primate was assisted in the ceremony by the Revs. T. H. Heffernan (Rural Dean of the Blue Mountains), G. F. B. Manning (Black heath), J. F. S. Russell (Katoomba), and Assistant-Curate Alfred Davies (Leura). Great interest was taken in the proceed ings, and Megalong street we do not sup pose ever before received so much atten tion. The locality was festooned with bunting, and looked quite gay, together with a splendid assemblage of those inter ested in the destinies of the new structure, Laving thk, Foundation Stonk ov S. Ai,ban\s, IyKura. /Vio/o by /-\m'!ri\ Lcuni. which we are sure is very safe in the hands ?of the willing workers at Leura. Among the many ladies and gentlemen pr...

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Letters to the Editor. [We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our contributors.] TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 20 March 1909

Letters to the Editor. - [We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions ? expressed by our contributors.] TO THIC KDITOR. .Sir, — It has been stated that the running of the little Mountain train, the ' ' vSprinter, ' ' is calculated to injure the 'Cabbies' to some extent in their traffic to and fro from the neighboring. sights,::;' as at Wentworth Falls, Blackheath, etc, Anything that would do them harin. .would also do Katoomba harm; seeing that they are all local, residents, 'large employers 'of labour, and spenders of large' sums in horse feed, harness, shoeing:, etc... I have ?heard it suggested that to meet this need an -effort sfyoujd,, be.niade tp. open up more local sigli,1;s,.a?iid thus' provide'1 more home drives of interest and consequently more work. ' 1 would suggest that a roa*d' sufficiently. clear to allow1 vehicular traffic: be made, commencing at the culvert in Megalong street, round by the Meeting of the Waters, along Ivett street, and thence to Ada s...

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MT. ST. MARY'S COLLEGE CONCERT. A Magnificent Audience and Grand Success. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 20 March 1909

- MT. ST. MARY'S COLLEGE CONCERT. A Magnficent Audience and Grand Success. One of the largest 'and best audiences that has ever filled the old Masonic Hall assembled on Wednesday evening last to witness the Japanese Operetta in three acts by the pupils and ex-pupils of this popular institution. The hall was mag nificently decorated in Oriental style, and the amount of time and labour expended by the ladies in preparing the gorgeous dresses and charming mountings 'must have been enormous, We are quite accustomed in large cities to see plays splen didly mounted, but in those cases there is abun dance of money at hand and facilities for producing effects which are not obtainable outside of the metropolis, and it is this fact which makes it the more remarkable that such splendid results could have been achieved by the Sisters of the College with none of these aids to ensure success, I he result had to depend entirely on the individual taste and skill of the Sisters, and to fully appreci...

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His Grace the Archbishop. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 20 March 1909

His Grace the Archbishop. The Most Reverend William Saumarez Smith, Archbishop of Sydney, Metropolitan of the Province of New South Wales, and Primate of the Diocese of Australia and Tasmania, was ordained Deacon in 1859, and Priest in 1860 by the Bishop of Ely. His Lordship is a late Scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge, Car us Greek Prize man in 1857. He took the , degree ot . Bachelor of Arts with 1st Class Trip'ps and * 1st Class Theological Tripos in the'follow ing year. In 1859 he took the Scholefield Prize, Bachelor's Carus Greek Prize, and Crosse-Tlieological Scholarship ; and Tyr whitt's Hebrew Scholarship in 1890. Two . M . *J . .... years later he took the degree of Master of Arts. The Archbishop held the Seatonian Scholarship in 1864 and 1866, and was the Maitland Prizeman in the next year. The degree of Bachelor of Divinity was con ferred upon him in 1871, and that of Doctor of Divinity in 1889, and in 1.896 the degree i of P'ellow of the Australian College of Theo log...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 20 March 1909

7 3li C6L ? ? LIBRARY.— 3000 vols. All Daily and Weekly Newspapers. BILLIARD ROOM. Visitors enrolled, fid. per tiny ; Is. per week ; Is, fid, per mouth, At the Old Masonic Hall, on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24th, 1909, ISY And Ki,ocitti().nary Studknts, Assisted by ERNEST HOSKINGS, Society Entertainer, and Mr. R. B. ORCHARD, of the Sydney Comic Opera Company, AND - 1/OCAlv - ARTISTS. PRICES, 2a. & la. Box Plan at Medlicott's. WATCH out for the TORCHLIGHT PRO CESSION and DRUID'S SOCIAL T?OR SAI^K.— Pure 'bred SII/VBR WYAN 1 DOTTBS. All young- birds. Apply to J. E. BURNS, ' L,ossie Brae,' Katoomba street. ?P\R. D. D. JAMIKSON has taken over the Prac *-J tice lately held by Dr. W. Newton, and may be consulted at ' Ravenscraig, ' Katoomba Street, .TZINDKRCtARTBN and Preparatory Schoot,, J- ** Methodist vSchool-room daily. Terms on application to MISS G. SIMONSON, , 'Church Hill,' or School-room. J7OR SAIvB-8 h.p. ENGINE, AND BOIIvBR J- and STBAM PUMP, in good order. S. MIUxATB, IvUuka. C...

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Varia. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 20 March 1909

Varia. The benefit . of a ' Change to the Mountains' does not consist wholly in the fact of the oppor tunity of breathing pure air, or of delighting the eye with magnificent sights, or even in the fact of being able to lay aside for a while the heavier business of life. The way in which one is.. accus- tomed to speak of such a holiday easily suggests wherein the value chiefly lies, — it is a 'Change.' Whatever value, in the way of instruction, or amusement, there may be in the perusal of these jottings in this column, week bv week, will be due to this same cause. If monotony is wearisome possibly variation will be pleasing. At any rate, .y that will be the keynote of this page. First of all, an advertisement or two. They are ?K not paid for, but probably being more than 50 years late the)' will have lost some of their value to the advertisers. In the ' S. M. Herald' of April, 1853, a small sized sheet of four pages, pub lished at 3d, in lyower George Street, S}rdney, the ' following...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 20 March 1909

Palace Avenue, Lawson. / r ^ GENERAL STORE, /^y P.e.--t Hraiids of - / ^^ / Grocery and Produce, / ^SJT / Drapery, Boots, Shoesyr t^H& / Crockery, Irommon- / JSf~^» / gery, Patent Medi-/ rSJk / i) cines, &c. . / ®gr / (I .Vrnjiipt delivery / fl^W. '* / to all parts of / « F\ / \^\\t for— the district, / ms / , / A, / PETROL, J; / C- / Anderson's Seeds, / mT^ / Baker & Rouse's / d/j?9* / Photographic Goods. ^i^ / All communications will receive / prompt and careful attention. p=7 ? ; — T~s) T ADV AND DAlHWlTlvR luive taken over J— ' the beautiful residence *' Usinore,' with its large orchard, billiard room, a.u-l genial sur rounding's, desire to hear- of a fe^- select paying guests for winter months. T.KRM8 MODKRATJ';. MRS. JKNNINOS. 7 ( UNTON'S, late Wilson's ), '*' LAWSQN, + Where the finest FRUIT on the Mountains is grown, supplies Fruit of the Choicest Quality in any quantity at LOWEST PRICES. VisitorB are Cordially Invited to Inspect. W. Grand View Hotel,...

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Not Understood. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 20 March 1909

^ - ? Not Understood. ?tsTot Understood ! We move along asunder ; Our paths grow wider as the seasons creep Along the years ; ;'we marvel and we wonder ;, Why' life is life, and then we fall asleep -' 'Not Understood. Hot '.Understood ! .We gather false: impressions', '' ? And hug them closer, as the years go by : i: Till virtue's often seem to us transgressions ; And ?'thus- ,m en rise and fall and live and die . ,? ? ; ' l\ Not Understood; Not Understood! Poor souls with stunted visions Oft measure giants with; their narrow gauge ; ' The poisoned shafts of falsehood and derision Are oft impelled against those who mould the age Not Understood. ? Not Understood ! The secret springs of action Which lie beneath the surface and the Show ? Are disregarded, with self satisfaction ; We judge our neighbours, and they often go Not Understood. Not Understood ! How trifles often change us ; The thoughtless sentence or the fancied slight Destroys long years of Friendship and estrange us; And o...

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SPRINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 20 March 1909

1 5PRINGWOOD. I [From our Own Correspondent]. The annual meeting of the Springwood Rugby Football Club was held in the Oriental Hall on Tuesday, March 9. The . President, Mr. J. T. Wall, occupied the chair. The report and balance-sheet, which showed a credit balance of £l, were adopted. Mr. F. Fels was elected Patron, * Mr. J. T. Wall President, Messrs. Brindsly Hall, M.I,. A., G. J. Waterhouse, J. Ewens, ? '* l.. pounce, n. uiacicery, ?Jtjinaorii, ana u. J. Boucher Vice-presidents, C. Smith Sec retary, V. Colless Treasurer, H./Hannam Captain, and a Committee of seven. Four gold medals have been promised to the club for competition. The Shire Council is having sonie good work done on the roads here now. The men are at present working on Bathurst ; road. The Nepean District competition cricket between St. Marys' and Springwood Clubs was commenced at Penrith on Saturday week.. The. Springwood .team went in first ^ and knocked up fl. 1.10'/ './On resuming on Saturday St. Mary's made 10...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 20 March 1909

Tel 57, K. MAIN' STIKIEIE'X1, ISZ-A.TOOl^CB-£i..

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