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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 14 August 1909

; 'The most centrally situated Hotel in tlie very heart of the fdmous Blue Mountain scenery, within easy walking distance of Echo Point, Nelly^ Glen, Katoomba Falls, Minni-Ha-Ha Falls, and Leura Falls. ' The Hotel contains spacious Music and Drawing Rooms, Lounge, and a Dining Hall to seat 200. Smoking Room and several private Sitting' Rooms* THE MOST UP-TO-DATE HOTEL OUTSIDE SYDNEY.

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 14 August 1909

. ! '~ : '''' ' ' '' '' : '~ '' | iini.illh..llli.iiii».tiih,.liii.-iii(.(llii.tiii..im..iiii(.iiM1.iiM1.iiM1,mi(,im1.nii(« In addition to the local service of Passenger Trains between Penrith and Mt. Victoria, passengers will also be conve}Ted by certain Goods Trains on the Mountains, the times of which can be obtained from Station Masters. ^_ ? FROM SYDNEY. ? WEEK DAYS. J I qTATTONS ? cATTT»nAvc ? WED. FRIDAYS SATURDAYS CTTxmAwe felAIIONb. bAlURDAVS Addl. Additional ADDITIONAL. SUNDAYS. am am am pm pm p m pm am pin am pm pm pm idiii pm Sydney dep. .. 8 28 9/^25 . . 5 26 7 30 9cl 0 7 52 4 8 . . 7 521 25 ... 6 15 7 0 8x15 9d 0 Strathfield ... 8 44 9/40 . . . . 7 45 9dl5 88.. . . 88.. . . 6 31 7 15 8ru30 9dl5 Penrith. . . 7 25 9 48 10/,;3.1 . . 6 18 8 37 lOd 6 9 0 .. .. 9 02 32 ... 7 23 8 10 9x21 lOd 6 Springwood. S 310 33 .. 2 0 6 56 9el6 .. . . 5 33 . . . . 3 15 . . 8 8 8-?49 ? Woodford. . 8 22 10 59 .. 2 19 7 15 : ? 5 52 .. .. 3 37 ... 8 33 ? Hazelbrooic . S«28 11 7 .. 2 25 7 21' ...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 14 August 1909

For every ^TlOO you spend on Meat, you will .save ^30 ; or for every Pound you spend you will ?save 3s by purchasing from 4 George Street West, SYDNEY, (Near the New Railway Station). Not only will you save' 30 per cent, but }'ou will .get absolutely The Primest and Freshest Meat to be had in Sydney, combined with Prompt and Faithful Execution ?of your .orders. We hold numerous testimonials from Country Customers as to the quality of Meat .supplied, prompt despatch, and general satis faction . We Make a Feature of Country Trade. Residents in Country Districts are invited to send for full Price I/Lst and particulars, or 5s Postal !Note for Trial Order. Absolute Satisfaction Guaranteed. Prime Carcase Mutton, 2d per lb. Prime Corned Beef, 18s per lOOlbs. RAIIyWAY FREIGHTS. 28-lbs Meat, 23 miles ... ... ? 3d 14-lbs, ,, 87 miles ? 3d ?42-lbs, ,, 87 miles ? 6d Wire or Write to-day to the ABERFOYLE CASH BUTCHERY, 4 George Street West, Sydney. W. PAYNE, Proprietor, HUe= ? ill firf[ py] ? ny...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 14 August 1909

Jn nty ra jF1 /r^ r\ n wkwtoi ' ' IR0N AND ZINC W0RKER} ELECTmc BELL fitter, ;;'; k't\ $k&\ (hTm ;-AM |Sf' ICatcomfoa Street, Katooomi^a., *'1 APl ^™l''' Mr =1v1 I (Opposite Goyder Bros.) B l£iS L^\Ji Sf U \ii/ LJ Vj El A11 work intrusted to me done under my personal supervision. Write for my booklet of references. Estimates given if desired. F^Fv'^'v^T^ ? ,^.^_ -_— __ — — --- HEfe ? KATOOiVSBA BAKEIRY, MklU ST., OPP. STATION, KATO0MBA, ^ ^S ^^^^^»- Arto- at Lewra, Lawscr?, surtcl Springwood. ?; -v ^ fBRPw ''*T-%*%*'*1*'*%*'T-** . Tel. 25, Kat. ^ 3 — ^— ^^ BAKER AND PASTRYCOOK. '? ' R^ *A Our own Small Goods fresh daily. Our carts deliver daily all over the district. kN rA Tea and RefrestameBut Rooms. Summer Drinks and Confectionery.. kn VI We have the choicest selection of leading brands of Confectioner}', and our .stock is always fresh and \-\ K-$ reliable. A TRIAIy SOLICITED. Va HAS it ever STRUCK you that 3 Opp. Goyder Bros., Katoomba St.,' is a Specialist in up-to-date ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 14 August 1909

OCEAN BISACH, # MANLY. (Opposite Corner Clarendon HoteiJ. 'pxCEIylvENT ACCOMMODATIQI^I at Reasoli -*--' able Terms. Fires winter moiilhs. Fresh fish served daily. Country Visitor's specially catered for. Handy to ' Corso' .??.-.'and Steamer. MISS CAWTtlORNE.

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SPRINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 14 August 1909

I 5PRINGWOGD. 1 [From our Own CoRRissPONDttNT]. Much sympathy is expressed here for Bert Haimam, who was hurt in theNepean v. Illawarra .District football match. The result to date of the School of Arts Bazaar, with all expenses deducted, is £llO 6s. 6d. The amount will be slightly increased as some of the goods left over from the stalls are being sold, there was not enough to warrent a ' ' sale of work ' ' as most of the stalls were cleared out. During the three days of the bazaar the President, Mr. W. Chadwick, was armed with a set of carvers, presented by leaver Bros., as a prize in a penny shining com petition, the pennies were to be brightened with monkey soap, which, Mr. Chadwick emphatically announced, 'won't wash clothes.' The result of the competition was a tie between two Spring wood ladies, it being imj5bssible, ^the judge declared, to decide which penny ouVshone the other. It was at this point, just as Mr. Chadwick thought- to be relieved of the carvers, the knotty quest...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
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"St. Elmo" (TEL. 21, KAT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 14 August 1909

'St. Elmo' (TEL 21, KAT.) Is one of the most conveni ently situated residences in Katoomba, being close to the most attractive sights, and the railway station. The Tariff is moderate, Cuisine excellent, and the comfort of visitors studied in every possible way. 6/-. 3O,- to 35'-.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 14 August 1909

m,mmmMKmm ? „„.,„„. .- ,. _ f ' House, Land So Estate Agent, .BLACKHEATH. Booking Office for Jenolan Caves. : TdL No. G, Pijic.Mio.nth. Hotel Oriental!,' Sptrmg;mw®dn i A I-I.iyli-Ola.ss KcsidcnUnl J lotc I . i-diuinaiu'liti.'. i \!-:n.sive views of stirrotuuliin'1 country. iMfuvniliccnl .Dri\i..s oliiainn ble, aiid lieing- only 47 inilcs from s.\-ln- \y oli'i ts i \c(|Hior.al attratitions lo niotoristK. l^xcelleuL (i(..lf hinl-.^; only ashort distance from the Hotel. '1'ouns from $r-, U- ft. s, i' r week. or 7s. 6d per day. t Apply, 'AI ISS ,liA KI.OW. ' l\taiia,t'.ovesSi Phone, 15 Katoomba, FSiJilci^i^Q £& mrf fiffTDUl'f'lf 51 C^+Cfe rQ - Opp. Post Office. .. _.^ ? ? - ? ? ? ? ^ — .

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When I am Gone. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 14 August 1909

- When 1 am Gone. Remember me when I am gone away, Ivove, far away into the silent land ; When you no more can hold me b}' the hand, Nor I half turn to go yet turning sta}'. j Remember me when no more, day by day, [ You tell me of our future that you planned ; . I Only remember me, you understand I It will be late to counsel then or pray. j Yet if you should forget me for a while I A I'wi fiftr-i'u/nvfl i'fMiif--iii1)pr An unl -i-ri»via ? ? I For if the darkness and corruption leave I A vestige of the thoughts that once I had, 1 Better by far you should forget and smile I Than that you should remember and be sad. I — I

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The Chapman-Alexander Revival in Picture and Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 14 August 1909

The Chapman- Alexander Revival in Picture and Story. Australia lias witnessed the closing scenes of the greatest and most unique Revival in its his tory. The story of the Alexander-Chapman Mission, held in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane, and elsewhere reads more like a chapter froni the history of the early Church than an account of a series of modern meetings held in our great cities. Picture the Sydney Town Hall packed with people before seven o'clock in the morning with thousands of anxious folk shut out ; or think of the impressive sight of 10,000 men crow dec! into afternoon; or, again, imagine what the scene must have been when over 10,000 people marched in procession through the Sydney streets, headed by a band playing Revival hymns ! These are typical incidents of the story of the great Mission A Fine Souvenir of the Revival. Before us lies a really notable publication— a product of the Revival. It is entitled 'The Chapman-Alexander Souviner,' and is issued at one shi...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Narrow Neck. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 14 August 1909

The Narrow Neck. The Narrow Neck is a remarkable, isth-   mus of land jutting out into the valley con- necting the Lone Mountain with the main- land and dividing the Jamieson Valley on the left hand from the Megalong and Kanimbla Valleys on the right hand, a well-formed driving track is made right to the centre of the Neck, which track it is hoped to eventually lead into the Mega- long Valley and enable the settlers in this valley to bring their produce and stock to Katoomba by a convenient road, the only access at present from the valley being by a difficult road to Blackheath, or a round about road to Mount Victoria. From the top of the Neck can be seen the farms of the settlers below, their homesteads look-   ing like white dots in the distance ; the track from Katoomba to Jenolan Caves is also to be seen winding its way like a snake through the trees hundreds of feet below. The panoramic view from the top is very fine, in the distance being Bindo Range,...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
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OUR EXHIBITION ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 14 August 1909

OUR EXHIBITION ISSUE. The present issue of the Blue Mountain Echo ' is a special one, intended for free distribution at the Brisbane Exhibition, and for general distribution throughout the whole State of Queensland. .Without be ing egotistical we will hazard the opinion that it will be the best country' paper seen in that State, or any. other State for that matter. ; It will be fresh .in the memory of our readers what e.ltorts were made some weeks ago by an , energetic .committee of. gentlemen from this district to secure space at the Exhibition for a suitable and adequate display of pictures which would give a fair idea of the wonders and beauties of this part of the State, but after, delays which . were aggravating and seemingly unaccountable they were informed that there was no space available.. A .special delegate was sent in the person of Mr. J. W. Berghofer, of Mt. Victoria, whose special mission was to see if it were pos sible to secure space in any desirable part of the buil...

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Belinda! (All Rights Reserved.) [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 21 August 1909

Belinda ! [By Eric {3. Spoonkr]. (All Rights Reserved.) -\ It chaiTced-oue day that a youth named Clay,. On mountain view intent, ''?' .?.?.:???-. Sought the balmy air, the ladies fair, So to Katoomba went. His life was happy, calm and quiet, Till glancing at a window He saw a face that clid belong To a maiden called Belinda. Chorus: Oh, Belinda! Oh, Belinda ! jl in yuius li uiy iu ti uuucr, I could push you through the window, Oh, Belinda-linda-linda. . ....,'. The old, old story once again, The fire at once did kinder ; That youth named Clay was charmed first day ' By whom, but fair Belinda? The Weeping Rock, the Bridal Veil . To him was waste of time ; Now Twickenham Villa contained -for him A waist — but not of time. 'i ? ? i , . ? Chorus : '',' ? Oh, Belinda, etc. Oh Willie Clay, we rue the day, , When first you saw Belinda ; To mountains now you much prefer. The face at the kitchen window. Your rest is broke, all night you croke About Belinda fair; Why turn your brain when lov...

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Katoomba Police Court. FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1909. [Before H. S. Hawkins, Esq., P.M.] [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 21 August 1909

Katoomba Police Court. FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1909. 7* [Before H. S. Hawkins, Esq.. P.M.! John lv. Williams, Henry Newman, James Anderson, Albert Surplice and Archibald Kelly proceeded against James McGowan, contractor, for wages due. Verdicts for amounts claimed, with costs of Court and witnesses' expenses in each case, the total amount being- ^'22 11s 6d. In de fault 14 days in each case. Harold Kimberly, Mark L,aw, Sydney Colston and Kdward Tate were charged with travelling on the railway without tickets. They were discovered in a sheep truck at lyawson. and handed over to the police. Fined 5s each or 8 hours in lockup. Thomas McAviney was charged with using1 in decent language in Park street on Saturday night last. Fined 20s or .14 days in lockup. Fine paid. George Septimus Coates was charged with em bezzling the sums of ,^3, 12s, and 9s 8d, the prop erty of Alfred Marx (P. Mullauy & Co.), his em ployer. Accused entered Mr. Marx's service in December last as collector and- t...

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Medlow Bath. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 21 August 1909

*& .? ?? ? ? - ?....?. tg, els rJs eJx'dS el» itJs «T?SE ets f Is fX'/tT' tEeET5&'?I5 3s 3s JIs eTs 3FtE~3E eE 35 ds its 3* ite ek- 3s «J? [From Our Corrksfondknt.] -?iWe are pleased to announce the return of our most popular residents, Mr. and Mrs. Murdo Mcl^ennan, after a lengthy stay at Moree. Mrs. McLennan is much improved in health and making good pro gress. A few of their many friends met the train and gave them a hearty welcome back. A serious falling off of the revenue has taken place at the local railway station. We learn the S.M. has been offered pro motion, and will likely vacate his position here for a more important station. An old man, almost in his dotage, has given some concern here flourishing a small revolver at eve^ possible chance. Fortunately, he does not know how to load the weapon, or serious consequences to himself miglit follow, At the same time several people have received a shock.

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BLACKHEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 21 August 1909

BLACKHEATH. [From our Own Correspondent.] A prize shooting in connection with the Blackheath Civilian Rifle Club was held on the local range on the afternoons of the 4th and 7th hist, for prizes consisting of a sheep, presented by Mr. N. Delaney, 10s, 5s, 'and 50 rounds of ammunition. The entrance was free, and even the marker's fee was paid out of the club's funds. The results WC1C US IUJ1UWO . Help -; 500 600 Total H. R. Neate - 34 33 67 D. Burgess 18 27 20 65 F. Sprague 2. . 34 '27 63 ' G. Sprague 15 22 ' ! 24 61 B.Courtney 7- 30 : 23 - 60 .. W. Sprague . 2 30 28 .. 60 C. A. Neate 7 26 ' 20 ' 53 T. Nixon 16 ;. 19 18 53 . J. Russell 20 19 14 53 R. Mclntosh 22 2- 21 45 . C. Seymour 19 ... 13 ? 11 43 The monthly meeting of the Progress Association was held in the School of Arts on Tuesday evening, the President, Rev.. G. A. Gordon, in the chair. The minutes of the annual meeting were read and con firmed. A letter was received from the Deputy Postmaster General expressing gratificati...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 21 August 1909

1 iMw Fruiterer and ^'fHillF Confect»oner» mi JifiP Oi.posHcKl.iHoi!. \ jUIita BLACKHEATH. j Choicest 1'rnits and Vegetables of the Season, Orders I delivered daily. ^endiiiK1 brands of Confectionery. All .. kinds of Summer Drinks. I Bicycles for Hire. Repairs and Sundries. j Agent for Bennett & Woods' Cycles. H. R. Neate, ^ House, Land & Estate Agent, .BLACKHEATH. Booking Office for Jenolan Caves. Tel. No. 6, Blackhenth. 'I was always interested in airships and flying1 machines, so I bought a theatre.' 'Why did you do that? ' 'A theatre has wings and flies.'! Visitors to Kafoomba should not fail to see Hydro Majestic & Hotel, MEDLOW BATH. The most sumptuously appointed Pleasure Resort in New South Wales. 1000 Acres of the most Beautiful Private Grounds surround the Hydro, making1 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 Dai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 21 August 1909

V9 -M-*u. AW ' CV (t Telephone 61, Kat. MAIN STREET, KATOOMBA. ] (t- jj Painless Extractions, Guaranteed. Fee, 2s. 6dL Artificial Teeth, Complete Set from £2 2s. j) II Crown and Bridge Work. Gold Inlays and Porcelain Inlays at moderate prices. Gold Fillings, Platinum Fillings, etc. Nitrous-Oxide Gas // [/ administered when required. Consultation Free. DO NOT FORGET LOCATION. U /p Dentist: ALFRED SELLER, Main St., near Post Office, Katoomba. N.B. — Patients visited at their own Homes by appointment (7j\

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Wentworth Falls. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 21 August 1909

jj Wentworth Falls. I bu rrrrri iriryrrifr£rrri Ititi ti^rtanrtotrnnHa rrxYri Vi'tUxxtxxtxixtttitxrTi [From our Own Correspondent. ] Quite a large number of visitors spent the week-end in the village, and were de liglited with the mild weather which pre vailed. Sunday was a perfect day, and calm days have been experienced during the past week. . . Some old residents predict bad weather at the end of the winter. Rain is certainly badly needed, both for tanks, vegetable and flower gardens. The daffodils are coming on very slowly for the forthcoming Daffodil Displa}^, which is to be held on Wednesday, 15th Septem ber. The display is to be a non -competi- tive one. It is hoped that residents in the other Mountain villages will send along some blooms for the display. Mr. R. M. Pitt's garden '(the daffodil and narcissus section) will be a glorious golden feast of color in a few weeks time. A goods train on Thursday met with two mishaps, one at Wallerawang, where an axle gave way, and at W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 21 August 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 uom 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 Frida)' morning. 'Subscription Rates. 12 Months . . . 10s. 6d. 6 (- ... 5s. 9d. 3 ... 3s. Strictly in Advance. Copies may be had from following :? — Katoomba — Muwany & Co., Main Street. Kitch & Co., ' A. GiiyCHRiST, Katoomba Street. H. A. Bundy, ' H. Phiujps, ' Leura — A. G. Fowler, Leura Mall. C. L. Dash, ' Blackheath — N...

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