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What Men Like. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 21 August 1909

What Men Like. A woman's smile, for instance, attracts a man ; but an even temper retains him. A pretty gown attracts a man; the knowledge that it was inexpensive delights him. ??-..- . . A pleasant manner attracts a man: brightness of brai us holds him .....' . A respect for the religions belief of every human being attracts a man; irreverence iu woman is to him abominable. A consideration for his comfort attracts a man ; a continuation of this makes him your most humble slave. A chat in which there is no malice at tracts a man ; neither scandal nor evil speaking makes a woman seen; sweet and lovely to him.

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 — 21 August 1909

\L*_ %£?* w *.'^ *'-' v^ *[.* vj^ *r^ »-/.* V1* \t* *' *' *' *-Xr M' *l-* V *'' ^' *-' VC V *V V *'' **' V *I SPRINGWOOD.   [From our Own Correspondent]. The annual general meeting of the School of Arts was held on Saturday last, when the report and balance-sheet were read and adopted. The following office bearers were elected for the ensuing year : — Presi- dent, Mr. W. Chadwick ; Vice-presidents, Messrs, T. Fells, T. Foster, and C. Rosenthal; Committee, Messrs. J. T. Wall, W. Lawson, H. Turner, A. Ferguson, W. T, Rabone, and H. Ward; Secretary, W. J. Carroll ; Treasurer, W, Loftus. The plans for the new building were submitted and   approved, and tenders are to be called for   its erection, News apart from sporting is scarce. There is a lull in social affairs just now,   though we hear rumors of a concert to come soon. Springwood is always ready to be entertained now, quite different to a few years ago when Sydney artists came on...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPRINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 28 August 1909

...'?. ? , -5yC kU vl- M/ vV k\* M- kU \t/ vf- vts vf/ «.!# v1» vT/ O* vTs O* Os vts ?.!.» vf* *.?* it* Os «.f- O* «.!- *.!* kt* vt* «T* [From our Own' Cokricspondent] . ' On Saturday last, the foundation stone of' the new School of Arts at Glenbrook was laid. Mrs. Collin Smith performed the ceremony, and a large number of residents and visitors attended. A social evening was held in the Parish Hall, on Wednesday amongst the church workers of the Church of Kngland. A very enjoyable evening was spent. Miss Stafford, teacher of elocution, is or ganising1 a concert for September 11th; She is bringing a dramatic company from Sydney. A good programme is expected. The proceeds of the concert will be handed to the committee of the School of Arts, . towards me Duucimg tuna. The clearing up of the cemetery is now finished, excepting some burning off. It is ? well to know we have men amongst us who so cheerfully give their Wednesday halfr holiday for work like this, and men who cease their ow...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LAWSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 28 August 1909

-?? MiM»iiiiMMttUMIHlH,t)tnihMlfUMMUMiUHM'-HMiitfUU|'niMM)M» [From our Own Correspondent.] On Sunday evening last a meeting after the manner of the Society of Friends was held in the Mechanics' Institute. After a few words of explanation the gathering of some 70 or 80 persons settled into silence-, it being the belief of the Society that no form or pastor is necessary to the conduct of a meeting for worship, and that on a basis of silence free opportunity is given to the Holy Spirit to speak either to the indi vidual heart or collectively through the mouth of one of the congregation. A num ber of those present took part during the or prayer, and the meeting was felt to be a time of deep spiritual fellowship. This special meeting was held in connection with a visit of some 25 or 30 Young Friends from Sydney, who spent the week end from Friday evening to Monday morning at I^awson partly in excursions and walks in the neighborhood, and partly in conference together. Those taking part i...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 28 August 1909

f Fruiterer and CcunrfectBomeir, BLACKHEATH. Choicest Kruits and VcRetnble.s of the Season. Orders delivered daily. Trending; brands of Confectionery. All kinds of Summer Drinks, Bicycles for Hire. Repairs and Sundries. Agent for Bennett & Woods' Cycles. MEDLOW BATH Garage & Livery Stables. - IF YOU WANT - A First Class Turnout, Either in Motor Cars, Horses, or Carriages, go to MEDIyOW BATH, or ring up TELEPHONE 29 , Katoomba. J. RICH. Palace Avenue, Lawson. / ^ ' GENERAL STORE. / M* V Best Brands of — / ^W / Grocery and Produce, / ^S*f / Drapery, Boots, Shoe / j£i%tei * Crockery, Irommon- / Jwfw / -& gery, Patent Mediy- 'T®^ / /' cines, &c. / d!P / (( Prompt delivery / ^yr a / to all parts of / !»/'% /Agent for — the district. / -&) / / \t / PFTROI L / CLa / Anderson's Seeds, / ?%& / Baker & Rouse's, / pS* / Photographic Goods. j6TT/ * * * *^&r / All communications will receive ^ / prompt and careful attention. H. R. N...

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BLACKHEATH. SOCIAL AT BLACKHEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 28 August 1909

^«i^ i^ ^ gg cja cja gja cja Jja cfa cf- 6jj- gya .qa cja sja gfi cj^ -^a c^» cj^i. cfa c& -^- cjj- c^» uja ija g£» cjj ^ y ? ' ' ? _ ? ? ' ' ? ? ' fj fFKOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] SOCIAL AT BLACKHEATH. There were many expressions of disap pointment at the small gathering at the Blackheath social on Friday evening last, as a much larger number was confidently expected. The night was a pleasant one, and the gentlemen who had charge of it did their utmost to make it a success. Mr. N. Delaney, Mr. Fitzpatrick, and Mr. O'Keefe worked hard and pleasantly, while Mrs. Payne, Mrs. Price, and Miss McCarthy took the supper under their care, and pro vided a splendid repast, which was highly appreciated. Amongst the other ladies who contributed to the pleasure of the evening we noticed Mrs. Bissett, Mrs. Courtney, and Mrs. Sprague, and Misses R. Delane}'- and Kelly. The dances were interspersed with musical items, recitations, etc. The humorous recital by Mr. J. C. Mclyelland was well r...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wentworth Falls. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 28 August 1909

[?] [From our Own Correspondent.] While in many parts of the State weather .conditions- -almost approaching a second deluge have been experienced, Wentworth Falls, as likewise the other Mountain districts, have been and are still passing through a very dry season. The rainfall for this time of the year is 18 inches . behind. A light shower fell during the week, but it was only sufficient to lay the dust. Last Tuesdajr being St. Bartholomew's Day and the day selected for the Consecra tion in Pantprhimr Oafl-iP-r1rci1 of the* iipw' Archbishop of Sydney, a special celebra tion of Holy Communion was held in Holy Trinity Church at 10.30 a.m. Revs. F. . M. Dairy mple and W. H. Croft officiated. A very unenviable experience, and by no means a pleasant one, fell to the lot of Mr. Dyer, of Lawson. It appears he went down the Valley of Waters on Thursday before lunch for thepupose of sight-seeing. Arriving at the bottom of the Valley, he took what he thought was the track, but soon found hims...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LEURA. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 28 August 1909

[?] | From our Own Correspondent. ] Something like a hundred inter-State tourists under the escort of Mr. Patterson, of the Government Tourist Bureau, paid a visit to Leura on Thursday, August 19th, arriving from Sydney by the 12.15 train. They were met at the station by a number of local cabmen under charge of Mr. ?Tabrett, of Katoomba, who had everything arranged in a most satisfactory manner. Half went to the Hotel Alexandra and the other half drove to ' ' Hurlstone ' ' for lunch, after which the whole Dartv met at the j latter place and drove to Leura Falls via j Gordon Falls, thence to Katoomba Falls, j and thence on to Medlow Bath, where they i spent the night. A great number went on to the Caves. The arrangements through out were very satisfactory, and the visitors expressed themselves more than pleased with the' arrangements made for their com fort. This is the last trip to be arranged j this season... The fact that the hundred I tourists were served with a hot lunch both '?...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LIBERAL AND REFORM ASSOCIATION. A LOCAL BRANCH FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 28 August 1909

:'-''~ ? ----??-: ? :- ? ? ? .;- ? -ryi ? -. — - THE LIBERAL AND REFORM ASSOCIATION. A Locai, Branch Formed. Ai/rnouGH somewhat late in the clay the central executive of the Liberal and Reform Association of New South Wales are show ing signs of activity, and have evidently, though tardily, settled upon a platform, which they are placing before the electors, and in order to do this the more effectively a strong effort is being made to form branches throughout the State, and thus gather up the fragments of a scattered party. The Association now realises that ^ if 'they are to do any good they must organ ise, and that speedily. What is being done now should have been done long ago. There is but little over six months before the elections are held, and the Associ ation no doubt realises the fact that the next election will be the most bitterly con tested of any in the history of this State. The Labor Party is thoroughly organised, and can tell pretty nearly to a vote how they stand in ...

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 — 28 August 1909

jPhoncy15 Kaioomba. ?' l Dy jjj Id® B^S cOTlCS ^^OOt^flLCfcOI^S Opp. Post Office.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 28 August 1909

S If Yoy Want to Please Your Wife I Z Treat her to a pair of Tabrett's 8/6 Shoes S) in Tan or Black, Ivace, Button, or Strap.- Jl $ The Glace Kid or Box Calf, in lace shoes (C, ^ have eyeletts and Cuban heels, $jj ^ For Gents we have a good line in Glace ^jj -fi lace or Button Boots for 9/11. (I ^ Repairs executed promptly with best mate- ^ II rial, and best workmanship at Sydney II /g prices, and satisfaction guaranteed to you. -k\ fjj Telephone 75. (» II & IT '''IP' ^ ma '?? i\ w A 1 1 si IwiaTT // /p jTtLo -aJe. M. dELJlUdl^ // -Rj 'Our Boot Shop,' cjj £ Katoomba St., Kafcoomba, and The Mall, Leura. ^ Pitt and Casfclereagfi Streets, — . ? SYDNEY. The Home of Country Visitors. ., # % # _ . THIS Treading City Hotel is provided with all the latest modern conveniences : — Electric I/ight throughout the establishment ' both 'day : and night. Hot and Cold Water Baths. at all hours of the night or day, admitted absolutely the finest in Australasia. Night Porters in attendance th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 28 August 1909

LOST— A VOX TURRIUk, with a black and tan head and a black spot on one sine. Re ward oil returning him to Mrs. KING, ' Gowrie, ' C^eura. SITUATION wanted as Housemaid or Waitress in hotel or boarding house. Address MiSS M. Morgan, 'Clovclly,' I/eura.

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
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Letters to the Editor. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 28 August 1909

Letters to the Editor. yo TT-m ttmTOTi Sir, — In your issue of the 14th inst. I have read with pleasure that Alderman Dash is moving that a letter-carrier should be appointed at I/eura. As a member of the Progress Association may I be permitted to say that there must be many who experience considerable annoyance b)r the tardy delay in the existing present arrangement. Though living in I/eura Mall, the first: delivery of letters uiKes pia.ce mvariauiy alter .lu a.m. Aim may I point out that in Craig-end street, which is only about five hundred yards from the post-office, letters are rarely delivered before 11.30 a.m. Another matter worthy of mention is in connec tion with the closing hours of the pillar-box at the junction of I/eura road and Malvern road. The morning clearance is 10.30 a.m., which should be extended to 12.30 p.m., enabling one then to deal with the morning's delivery. Again, the evening clearance is 5.30 p.m., which might also be de layed for at least an hour and a h...

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 — 28 August 1909

SWi r-«- (tew!)* /r* IHI oMtt Cjcocrsl LEURA. Wood, Coal and Coke Yard, furniture and Luggage carefully removed. All Trains attended. Orders promtply executed . vr''8T--»— -^ JJi Q ft/ITT C* A TIT 4^^^^» 5. IVIiLUA i t, I LEURA. Visitors conveyed to all Mountain Sights. Relia able horses. Reasonable charges. You will if you Get your Photograph taken at the Falls BY, On the Blue Mountains. No waiting WEEKS for the finished Photos, just THREE DAYS— that's all. NOTU TH1?, ADDRKSS ? »??«? A. G. FOWLER, Photographer and Post Card Expert, - The Malt., - LEURA, N.S.W. A Suggestion.— Write to me for a Beautiful set of Twelve (12) Collotype Post Cards ? of our L/oeal Views. Send One Shilling1 (Is). I will pay Postage.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 28 August 1909

We have received the following letter from K. K. Bowden, Esq., M.H.R., which will be read with interest by our L,eura residents : — Postmaster-General's Department, Melbourne, 16th August, 1909. Sir, — With reference to the letter recently presented by you from the Town Clerk, TCfltnombn. N\5vW.. rp1nri\m fn +h& r1^cii-«a that before a site is selected for the erection of a new post-office building at Leura, the residents of that locality be given a hearing as to its position, I have the honor, by di rection of the Postmaster-General, to in form you . that approval has already been given for the acquisition of a site in Mega long street, with an area of 66 feet by 260 feet, for the above mentioned purpose, and the papers have been referred to the De partment of Home Affairs for the necessary action. It is not thought that the consulting of the residents as to the selection of a site for a post-ofiice building is practicable, and, even if it were, it would in any case involve...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 28 August 1909

GOVERNMENT ADVERTISEMENT. Postmaster General's Department, 25th August, 1909. ''TENDERS will be received by the Deputy ?V Postmaster General, Sydney, until noon on Mondaj', the 20tli proximo, for the performance of a large number of Mail Services from the 1st January, 1910. For full particulars see 'Com- ' monwealth Gazette' of the 21st inst. JOHN QUICK, Postmaster General. TO I/KT— - Cottage, 12 rooms, Furnisned or Un-' . , furnished, for a term. Central position. ,, . Apply— W. ROHRMANN, Plumber. ,''' Katoomba Municipal Band. ,' NOTICE. ? ?; MEMBERS and INTENDING MEMBERS of ? ? the above Baud are requested to meet in ? the Council Chambers on , ^HUKiSDAY, Septem- ? ber 2,nd, at .8 p.m.,' , .; ;:- ; ' ? Business important. . -?--.. ....... .??;'? '??? fto'^OPE.i ?: ':' '? , . , ? Hon. Sec. Management,.,Committee^, :, ,, '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 28 August 1909

Stfi-osngest Dressing Comb in the World!. .: It bends double without breaking. IT SAWS WOOD. tgigr Give One a Trial. OBTAINABLE ONLY FROM ' , - , E. E. MEDLICOTT, Sole Agent for Katoomba. ???-'.''. PRICKS: — Gent's, 9d ; Ladies', half rakes, small, Is; Ladies', half rakes, large, Is 3d. N.B. — The only Genuine Russian Clay Comb is a light salmon pink in colour, and is branded 'RUSSIAN CLAY.' Obtainable wholesale only from E. A. Elliott, No. 18 Eastern Arcade Melbourne.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 28 August 1909

, Furnislied Cottages to Lett Houses and lvrmd for Snle. Plans and Estimates Prepared for Weather board Cottages. Assistance to Build. Loans Negotiated. Auctioneer, Estate Agent & Valuator, Opposite Station, LAWSON. T- ZELa,nfra.xiclb.i^ UNDERTAKER f«nd EMBAI.MER. Coachbuilder, Wheelwright and General Blacksmith, MOUNT VICTORIA. Oldest established business on the Mountains. ttagouv amLm mourn ?iiiiiiiiiiiiinmt ^Vwofltf/saLua^sJ mnLinm-mJ omasa J 7 Blackheajth and ML Victoria, Opposite both Stations. The oldest Established Business on the Mountains. Only one Qualiny — The Best. Families waited on and orders prompt ly attended to. AND , For Pure Milk and Cream Supplied Daily. Fresh Eggs and Poultry. - - - Summer Fruits. OPPOSITE- TENNIS - COURT. For Building1 and Repairs of all kinds consult I 9 And General Contractor, ' Devonport,' Katoomba Street, Katoomba. Materials of all kinds, lowest price for Cash. ^^p^jp^v^^prj^3 coacj| Proprietor Horseshoer and General Blacksmith, Bat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 28 August 1909

skaa mmm f m f ? ;,,: ..Oregon, 13/6 per 100 ft super. \ ?; ;^''^:^^iA''y:\''^-r '' ' m 1 ? i. ' ? Hardwood 14/- ? ' ' O^liv^refl on flip Job To show you we want your- l/ciivcicu -ui& mic? «*vv LJ ' : SawE Palings, 5-ft, 12/-, per 100, at these Rates. m ri . : - (Count.) Bvery other thing we stock at like rates. , do. do. 6-ft., 13/--per 100, (Count.) . ? ? ?? , , ... . ' '? ' ? ll»IIIMIIIIIIII.JIJllJJIUJ.l.J.llluaillllMMUI«aMlUMMai«M ', ' ' ? ; . Bawl I Universal Providers, Telephone no. 11, Kat. p.o. box 30. Katoomba. |Mt.St.Mary'sCoUege| If KATOOMBA. I Wt Conducted by the Sisters of Charity. |s I High-Class Boarding and Day School. | % ,Sitimted 3,300 feet above sen level, in the & 'V' most picturesque and healthful part of the ~± JK Blue Mountains. This College offers tin- tb l£ rivalled facilities for health and education. ;£ 'fc The grounds comprise an area of 10 lie, ~x XC and the new College building will be g£ 'X equipped with every modern convenience. ~x % ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 28 August 1909

..... $ « ===== ?': 5 I ^ Dispensing I § PARK STREET, jj I - KATOOMBA. - [ (p Telephone 56, Katoomba. ^ 9 231 Macqparie St., SYDNEY, Will practise his profession at Mr. Dodd's, Chemssfc, Park Street, on . Saturday and Sunday of eacli Week. Telephone 56, Katoomba. FACING RAILWAY STATION. Ivarge Airy Rooms. vSplendicl Billiard Table. First-class Table and liquors. Splendid Milk Suppl)' for Families. Tariff: 8s. per day, 30s. and 35s. per week. vSpecial Friday Ni^ht to Mondny Moniiupr Tariff, 20s. Golf IyinkH two minutes from Hotel. Trips arranged to all parts of the Mountains acd Jenolnn ' Caves at Reasonable Rates. W. C. WORMALD, Proprietor. V. ? ? ? ? ? ? . ? Jf

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