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

Where to Stay. TV/T RS. COCHRAN, ' ' Manordean , ' ' Wentworth ?*-*-?- Flails. Accommodation for Eight. 25s. per week. BOARD AND RESIDENCE;— Miss O'RouRfcK, 'Hillside,' Wentworth Falls. Select. Bx eellent Cnsine. Central. BOARD AND RESIDENCE.— Mrs. Walsh, 'Brucedale,' Wentworth Falls, (three min utes from the Falls). Tariff:/,! Is. A Comfortable Home in a Charming District. 'The Pines,' Wentworth Halls. ? Reasona able Terms, (rood table. Particulars from MRvS. L. RIU3Y. Moyne Farm, TOZZ (Six and a-hnli miles from Mt. Victoria,) A comfortable, well-kept Farm House, beautifirf climate, with cool nights and no mosquitos. First-class Tennis Cotirt j?ood Shooting, Gill Birds, Foxes, Rabbits, and Wallabies, Abundance of Fresh Milk, Cream, Kggs, Butter, and Poultry. Piano and excellent Phonograph, latest records. Tkrims, jC\ 10s. per week ; Riding or Driving, three times per week, £l. Six times, £2 10s., with Board. T. DHlvANEY. Proprietor. Tel. No. 4993. W. T. DASH, Solicitor, Conveyancer...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Home Pate. Chat and Information. LATE HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 20 March 1909

The Home Page. Chat and Information. By ' Jeuneviv.' I,ATE HOURS. Everyone knows the folly of keeping late hours, and has it not been said over and over again that one hour's sleep before the bewitching hour of twelve is worth three or four hours' sleep after? But how many people go to bed earlier in consequence ? Truly, it has been said that this is the beauty sleep, ' ' for if we do not go to rest in the early h6urs, we cannot possibly ob tain the sleep that our tired bodies and minds require. And the next day one is fint in Hp rrnQQ ?nnip' cniri Imitriiirl Tf 1fit-=» hours are continually kept, the strain we are putting upon our minds and bodies will very soon show its effect, and the health f will soon become seriously impaired. Many people, it is true, cannot get that early rest which is so beneficial to health, on account of their having to work till late at night. In these cases the workers should lie as late in bed as possible in the morning, . in order to obtain the desired...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Page of Sport. Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 20 March 1909

I A Page of Sport i §_, ? \ [By Amateur.] Cricket. I he vSyclney contingent of the Australian Eleven, together with Hartigan, of Queensland, and Whitty, of South Australia, left on the Orontes for London last Wednesday. They will be joined by the Melbourne players on Tuesday next. The team has prospects second to no other combina tion that has left these shores to uphold Australian cricket in the Motherland, as the batting strength of the team is exceedingly strong, and in nibst cases well tried, and despite what may be said to the contrary the bowling is far from weak and is better than that which was asked to win the ashes for Australia last season. It may, however, be argued that the conditions of play' in England will considerably weaken the batting through the fact that in most cases wet and soaken wickets will be the order, but again, we are faced with the fact that eight out of the sixteen comprising the team have already experienced the difficulties of a tour of this descrip...

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 — 20 March 1909

J^jk^lk^ &Mi To THJ-; lyAI-lF,S OF KaTOOMBA AND DISTRICT ! /^/rjS? -?£y- ^-, W ? * |S f NURSE M. COAN, y -*£?/ W LoveB Street, Katoomba, S*s&\ -V/ Desires to acquaint the Indies of this part that she is i s-%t\ \jn Wi prepared to attend, on appointment, by letter or otherwise, /^fl -5s. Jjvi at their own homes, and measure and fit L,adies for jy ^MiV m vf CORSETS of every description, or any other article in the -$S&. //jfev^^ A W Corset line. She is prepared to meet Ladies and explain Aw/I^^ra i?A-) several new ideas and improvements, in this line of things. j. / f W-^SB^Vyn ^ Among others are An 0 improved HeaBth Brace, : / / \lZZZ^^fil tfth recently brought out by herself, and adapted to suit any V \ WWW M. form of figure. The comfort and ease of each client is her \ \ \1\//awAwa W especial stud v. with care and attention to preservation of ' ^\y^\l/\n^/\ \ rf(h Maternity nnd Abdominal Belt i» Nurso M. Coan'a Spocmlity. /W //^Wi \ $h Nurse M. Coan is .At. ...

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BLACKHEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 27 March 1909

I BLACKHLATH. I *81 ? ? ? h ibC»T.»T«.T.,,rr; .v.T...T..rr:; .t. .T.rr;*.T. rrr .t. .t.'.tt-.tt. .t.. .t. x. zt: zrrrr.^rzr:. '.tt .t., .t. .t. .t.' h [From our Own Corrivspondknt. ] After the formal business of the Black heath Lodge No. 75, ? I.O.O.F., had been disposed of at the meeting on Wednesday evening last, the Noble Grand Bro. C. A. Neate in the chair, a degree meeting was conducted. A visit was paid to the lodge by 15 members of the Good Intent L,odge, Hartley Vale. After the lodge meeting ? concluded a social evening was tendered to the visitors, when a pleasant time was . spent in music, etc. Refreshments, too, were partaken of. A meeting was held m the School of Arts on Tuesday evening to consider matters in connection with the proposed golf links. Or. John Neate was voted to the chair. After the minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed, correspondence was read and received, including a com munication from the Department of Lands notifying the Golf Club t...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Afterward. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 27 March 1909

Afterward. Last year we paced the yellow sands Beside the restless sea ; I held in mine your tiny hands, And drew you close to me ; I marked your blushes come and go, The sigh, the smile, the tear ; The words you whispered soft and low Were music in mine ear. We two were dreaming Love's young dream Beside the murmuring1 sea ; Your presence made the whole earth seem A paradise to me ; We said our love would never change, Would no abatement know While life shall last-it seems so strange 'Twas just a year ago. Once more we pace the yellow sands Beside the summer sea ; I do not hold your tiny hands, You do not cling to me ; I do not press you to my heart, And kiss your snowy brow— We're strolling twenty yards apart. For we are married now.

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Return of the Nimrod. LIEUT. SHACKLETON'S DASH FOR THE POLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 27 March 1909

Return of the Nimrod. IvIEUT. SHACKIvETON'S DASH FOR THE POLE. The exploring vessel Nimrod reached Ivy ttleton, New Zealand, on Thursday afternoon last. Pro fessor David, the well-known Sydney geologist, who was on board, immediately left for Sydney by the ' Maheno.' Everyone on board was in splen did health, although clothes had not been changed for some 126 days. Lieutenant Shackleton placed the Union Jack within 97 miles of the South Pole, while Professor David has the honor of being the first person to reach the Magnetic Pole. Worldwide tributes have been paid by scientists as to the great importance of the discoveries made by the Antarctic expedition. Mrs. Shackleton, wife of Lieut. Shackleton, has been ovewhelmecl with congratulations. Professor David, whose enthusiasm we can all vouch for, is in the pink of condition, and brim ming over with gratification at the success which attended their perilous journey through snow and blizzard. A pony had to be shot to help the provisio...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 27 March 1909

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Letters to the Editor. [We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our contributors.] TO THIS EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 27 March 1909

Letters to the Editor. [We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our contributors. | TO THE EDITOR. Dear Sir, --May I trouble you to give the fol lowing publicity in your next issue : your corres pondent in his Leura Notes again comments on the manner in which the young men of this office deliver the correspondence. These remarks I take a strong exception to, as they are entirely without foundation. Thanking you in anticipation, I am, etc. J. R. GRAY, Postmaster, Leura. 24th March, 1909.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 27 March 1909

T^OR SALE-8 h.p. ENGINE AND BOILER J- and STEAM PUMP, in good order. S. MITIGATE, Leura.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 27 March 1909

Grand Hotels Lawson, PACING RAILWAY STATION. lyarge Airy Rooms. Splendid Billiard Table. First-class Table and Jyiquors. Splendid Milk vSnpply for Families. Tariff: 8s. per day, 30s. and 35s. per week. Special Friday Nitfht to Monday Morning' Tariff, 20s. Golf lyinks two minutes from Hotel. Trips arranged to all paris of (he Mountains acd Jenolan Caves at Reasonable Rates. W. C. WORMALD, Proprietor.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 27 March 1909

I wiii meet You at the Falls, Avid take your Photos midst rushing water and quivering ferns, and time-worn rocks. The best, background fora ktoup of friends, a pair of lovers, or a happy family united. Single or Group, any Style, I'ost Cards, Panel or Cabinet. Portraits Taken Anywhere between Weutworth Kails and Blackheath, Drop me a line, and the Photographer will appear. I do first-class work only— not a man of straw, but a stayer who works for a reputation. Pictures Framed, Any design. IYet me know, and 1 will call for and deliver. Local Post Cards in Profusion. Every si^ht recalled to memory, My assortment of Post Cards simply unrivalled on the Highlands. Photo Materials. Dark Room free to customers to change plates day or uiw'hl.. Stationery, Post Cards, Toys, Books, Fancy Goods, Album Views, Magazines. The Mountaineer Tourist Guide, 1d. All in heaps at Arls Arcadia,' (KstabHshed I9OI.) A mere step from the Station, and riwlit opposite the Post Office, I.KITRA. J$jS- f»k ? ? a ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 27 March 1909

? By Exam. Syd. University, 3 i ; ? ' 5 I TLTAVING taken over the business lately ^ 1 *? carried on by Mr. J. M. Phillips I take / ' this opportunity of informing the residents J» i of Katoomba and district that I have made J extensive additions to the stock, and have / | now the best selection of the purest medi- j cines outside of Sydney. *j) DISPENSING OF DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTIONS ( Made a special feature of my business. X Everything: at Sydney Prices. X Corner of Park and Main Streets, Katoomba. I Telephone 56, Kat. fp

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 27 March 1909

jtfk MfBk J^^TSfflftliife. *^° lVJUJ-avJI/Ti. 1 JL-49 3^|^^Ww^B^ Coach Proprietor, Visitors conveyed to fill Mountain Sights. Relia able horses, Re isouiible charges.

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Removal of Sydney Observatory. SUGGESTION FOR KATOOMBA. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 27 March 1909

Removal of Sydney Observatory. SUGGESTION FOR KATOOMBA. The Government Astronomer lias con demned the present site of the Observatory. The ever increasing obscuration of the sky by the giant city's haze and smoke and dust, and the multiplication of electric power plants with their ramifications throughout the whole metropolitan area, renders it no longer possible to observe astronomical and magnetic phenomena free from fatal distor tions, so a new .site has to be selected. That at least is decided on. The essential conditions are clear atmos phere, suitable geological formation, and freedom from artificial magnetic disturb ances, such as arise from electric under takings. The first can only be secured in altitude ; the .second in sandstone forma tion ; and the third by distant removal from the neighbourhood of industrial centres. Now it appears to us that Katoomba just about fills the bill for all these requirements. It possesses the essentials laid down by authority, and in all oth...

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 — 27 March 1909

Hans Hanscn, Ss! LEURA. Wood, Coal and Coke Yard. Furniture and Luggage carefully removed. All Trains attended. Orders promptly executed. Thoirc, 15 Katoomba. Rfljild^irS SLfRlCi OOiTtr^CtOFS™ Opp. Pest Office, _ ? r ? -- _ - u -n- ? || |- mi ? u , mini ? WmBr MBFmi H N MfI ^B^ W %^ \wm» ' W mmmmmimmmmmmmimmmmmmm \\\ ? iiiihhimwm

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 27 March 1909

| 'OUR BOOT SHOP/' I £ Boot - and - 5hoe - Provider - and ^ (g - - Specialist. - - & vO }j | Kaftomba Street, Katoomba, j £ and at iHK Leura Mall, Leura. [ (£ Repairs executed Promptly with Best ^ es Material and Workmanship at City Prices. Jj If necessary Repairs finished same day. i» fe- Thk Pivack to' Save Your Money, jj ^ Come and compare our Stock and Prices ^- ^ with what you find elsewhere. We'll take ^] II chances on the result. Quality the Best. II % Prices the lowest. You are cordially in- (Cj -j\ vited to ' Our Boot Shop.' -Rj II A. J. TABRETT, IKatoomba and Leura. II ^ TiSLKrnoNio 47. Kstawvi.shkd 12 Yijars. ^

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LEURA. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 27 March 1909

1 1 LEU.RA. \ Vr-fTTftf riflTf TTfTTI VTT1TTT1 TT¥I ri IT TTTT1 T1IT1C IT TTIIIXIYtlOrXILXJIUl fin I 1 ? i I I I I M Illililt I t I I I I t t I t I I t ! I ( I I I I I M I IH I I I II I i u I I I II II ill ti-ii«t-iti«tiiiii iiii»iiiri-» [From our Own Correspondent.] Work is being pushed on at the various buildings in Leura. Some of them are very fine buildings and would be a credit to any town. A larg-e villa is being erected in Railway Parade for Mrs. McRoberts, Mr. Daviesisthe contractor, and is pushing on with the work. There are other plans be ing prepared for cottages at I^eura. Mr. H. R. Goyder conducted an auction sale at the shop of Mr. Wood, Leura Mall, on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Wood, who lias been conducting a drapery business here for some time, is leaving the district, and intends starting business at Manly. We are pleased to report that our old friend, Mr. Milgate, is able to leave his room and walk about the garden a little. The Rev. R. A. Redmond, B.A., who has bee...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 27 March 1909

There is a great rush of visitors just now to all parts of the Mountains. ?x- ?:-- x We continue to receive many compli mentary remarks about the ' Echo.' This is very pleasing ; we fully expected it. Newspaper printing, and in fact, all sorts of printing, dainty and otherwise, is our forte. Our 'Echo' proves it ; the rush on our jobbing department substantiates it, and any of our readers, who doubt it can come along and have it settled, or we 11 put a big dinge in our reputation. * s|: * We do not recollect the clerk of the weather behaving with such congenial spirit . for some time as he has done lately. The weather has been perfect, and with a con tinuance to Easter our Mountain towns should reap a rich harvest from the tripper who comes up to our heights to enjoy his fulsomeness of ozone. But our visitors, we fain would say, are forgetful ; they do not talk enough about their trip to our many and various beauty spots ; they come up, enjoy it, go away, and to a certain extent for...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 27 March 1909

Furnished Cottages to Let! Houses and Iynnd for Sale. Plans and Estimates Prepared for Weather board Cottages. Assistance to Build. Loans Negotiated. Auctioneer, Estate Agent & Valuator, Opposite Station, LAWSON. Tel. 17, Katoomba. ' DRYBURGH,' Kafoomba & Waratah Sis., Katoomba. DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL FOR QIRLS. Classes for Elocution, 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. I i Blackheath 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. 1 The Oldest Butcher on the Blue Mountains. Park Streetj, ICatootraba.. Tel. 34, K. THE K ATO OIVSBA DAIRY, Waratah and Hope Streets. Purveyors to the Carrington Hotel and all leading residents, visitors, and boarding houses. A.11 milk guaranteed absolutely Pure. — «™»- ' ? ?'?''?'»™ ? «'?''...

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