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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 25 September 1909

204 Pitt St., Sydney. Direct Importer and Manufacturer of all kinds of' Saddlery, Planless, Horse Rugs, Travelling: Bags, etc. Save the Middleman's Profit by dealing direct,. The Best and Cheapest House in Sydney. CALL. AND INSPECT. Repairs Neatly and Promptly Executed at Reasonable Charges. NOTE) THE ADDRESS. . . d. LINTON, Proprietor, 204 Pitt St., Sydney. Phone, City 1677. ' J. W. MAR5H, Sekldle and Harness Maker. , Sundries of every description Stocked. Also* Boots and Shoes. | Corner of Katoombn. & Main Streets, Ka{bomb» Printed and Published by James Clarence Hart, for the Mountaineer Printing and Publishing Co., Xtd., at Park Street, Katoomba |i

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 25 September 1909

. . AUCTION ? SALE' of . on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, at 2 p.m., at ' GRAHAIVIVILLE,' Warrega St., Katoomba. GOYDER BROS. Have been favored with instructions b)r Mr. H. HOOK, who is leaving the district, to dispose of the whole of his first-class HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Here arc a Few of the Lots For Sale. Very Handsome Walnut Toilet Table and Marble top Washstand with bevelled mirrors. Walnut Overmantel with bevelled plate mirrors. Walnut Sideboard. Dinner Waggon. Brass mounted Italian Bedstead (Double) and first-class Spring Mattress, 2 Single Wardrobes, 2 Dining Tables and Covers, Dining Chairs, Pic tures, Carpet, Oilcloth, Occasional Tables, Orna ments, Bedroom Chairs, Toilet Ware, Double Bed and Bedding, Dressing Tables, Marble top Wash stand, Mirrors, Kitchen Table, Crockery, Pots and Pans, Wringer, Primus Stove, L,amps, 2 Alarm Clocks, Cutlery, Quilts, Clothes Basket, Buckets, Dippers, Tinware, etc. Inspection on Afternoon prior to Sale. TERMS CASH. GOYDKR BROS., Auctioneers. ' M...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
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The Squireen. CHAPTER—III. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 25 September 1909

The Squireen. CHAPTER— III.. The lavender walk was quite one of the features of Mrs. Leeson's flower garden, and the fragrant perfume of the little blue spikes filled the warm air as Dermot and Miss Blake wandered down the narrow path towards a seat set deep in an old yew hedge and facing a perfect grove of big lavender pushes and a mass of pink hollyhocks now in their full splendour. Angela, in her white muslin gown with a rosy scarf twisted round her wide hat, made a picture in herself against the blue grey of the lavender, and Dermot 's eyes lingered on her with adoration in their grey depths. If only he could spirit her away to Carrigmore, even that lonely place would blossom like the rose. He would never know loneliness again — that loneliness of heart which is the most difficult thing in the world to bear. 1 Is Carrigmore anything like this ?' asked Miss Blake, as they sat down and looked across the wealth of flowers to where a line of blue sea cut across the horizon . Dermot ...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 25 September 1909

Bring along any Price List on the Mountains, and we guarantee to supply Goods at the — Same Price, or less for some lines. Let us prove it by a trial. = ...,..,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 25 September 1909

OWING to the tremendous growth of our MILLINERY TRADE, we have secured the engagement of a y Who, we feel sure, the Indies will find a GREAT BOON TO KATOOMBA. On Saltyrday, September 25th, We are making a Special Display of All Hand Made MilUn©ry, made on the Premises. All are invited to [Inspect Our Show ERooms. KATOOMBA. T7OR SALE.— Choice Building Site, in Bent x street, 52 feet frontage by 395 feet deep. Cash or terms. Apply Mrs. HENSON, ' Camp Cottage,' Camp street, Katoomba. T X7 ANTED— Second hand STOVE. Must be * * in good order. Mrs. FORDHAM, ' Leura Vale.' BOY WANTEED. Apply E. E. Meducott, Chemist, Main Street, Katoomba. TO_LET. - PADDOCK, Coach House, and 4 Stall Stable in ?*? Lurline Street, Katoomba. For particulars apply CRAIG & HOGBEN, Estate Agents, Leura. MASONIC HALL, KATOOMBA. Return Visit, after a World's Tour, of Presenting Miles of NEW AND NOVEL Illustrated Songs by Mr. TOM BRYANT. Popular Prices — 2s and Is. Children, Half Price, Follow the Crowd to C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 25 September 1909

-| ..-^gs^lEr5^.- ~ to II Brinff us your Repairs. Executed promptly, best II (Cj material and workmanship guaranteed, at City Prices ((^ (g Telephone 75. (g |- ' ' Our Boot Si-iop , ' |- % k-atooiivijba. ajs£t- x.e1xjpia.. %

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 25 September 1909

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 25 September 1909

RETURN THANKS. ' MR. TED WEST, of Katoomba, wishes to specially thank Mr. R. Hofman, of Ka toomba street, and all subscribers for their kind assistance to him in his late prosecution.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 25 September 1909

The Pleasure of the As an entertainer in the Home cannot be guessed. You must try il to know it. ' You can hear an Udison Phonograph at our new Store with very little trouble, and you can buy one with very little outlay. Ask to see the New Model, and hear some of the new records. We do all kinds of Phonograph Repairs, and stock all parts and accessories. If 3'ou sing or play, let us show you some Music. Hairdresser, MAEN STREET, - KATOOMBA. -sv) . HQOSE, LAND & ESTATE AGENTS, £-; AUCTIONEERS & VALUERS. . Opposite Station, KATOOMBA. Agents for nil the Hesl Furnished Cotlnsres, mid the Com mercial Union Fire Assurance Co,, Ivtd. TBLISPnONIS NO. 2, KATOOMHA. To Property Owners and Others in Katoomba. and the Mountains generally. If you require your Work done with Economy and Despatch, try W. T. COAN, ' Caerphilly,' Lovel Street, Katoomba. * FOR S£jg£nwriiiin££ JH|K*' Decorating aSf^r Pa per ha uniting Painting Gilding K&Ll&omining; W^^ffgam Glazing in aS...

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SPRINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 25 September 1909

I _ SPRINGWppD.^ I [From our Own Correspondent], Great regret has been expressed here with Mr. R. J. Burke, who has been yer}' ill the last few weeks. Mr. Burke has. now partially recovered, and has been ordered to leave Springwdod for a few months. The sporting community will' be' very sorry to lose him, as he was always to be seen at all branches of sport. We sincerely hope he will soon be back amongst us strong and ready to once more help the different amusements along. * -X- * The Springwood Hall was again in use on Saturday, when a biograph show was the order of the evening. The pictures were very fair, but could certainly be im proved on. The local people are always prepared to pay for a good show, but some of these picture shows are very poor. # * K Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert, of J. Williamson's company, are enjoying a respite here from their ardous stage duties. They are stay ing at the Oriental Hotel, and we hope soon to see them once more on the stage, where they are so popular....

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Hartley District 8-Hour Demonstration. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 25 September 1909

Hartley District 8-Hour Demonstration. In this issue will be noticed an adver tisement announcing the attractions which are being arranged- in connection with Hartley District (Iyithgow) 8-Hour Dem onstration, to be held on the local Show ground on Monday, 11th October next. This 3'ear the committee and workers of Xyitngow are ceieuramig cueir lemn anni versary, and, with a view to eclipsing all previous shows, special effort is being put forth to ensure a day's outing which shall worthily mark the movement's advances during the decade it has been in existence in the -l coaly city. ' This year the prizes all round total ,£300, ^125 Art Union, with 33 prizes, the first a 50 guinea piano ; ;£l00 in sports prizes ; nearly ^50 in procession prizes in addition to sheep weight-guessing and other prizes. A prize valued 15s. will . be handed the most seasonably dressed lady on the ground, while the mother of the largest living family on the ground will re ceive a gold brooch valued £2 2s. T...

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THE HOME PAGE. Grace and Beauty. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 25 September 1909

f«- ? '. .,.; . ,_ -r ,, '.^ ' ,, ' „_ „. ,f_ ._ _^ r' \ ._. , ?;_ ._ ?'_ ? ..' '\ ?' ?' ,. ' ?,, ' .:. .- '_„_ :';' '':.'. ''''. By Myona. Grace and Beauty. A charming quality that is too little ?cultivated in this busy, bustling twentiety century is grace. The girl or the woman who is graceful stands out conspicuously from her fellows, for stiffness and angular ity are far more general — just as boisterous manners seem for the most part to have taken the place of soft, gentle ones, owing, no doubt, to the 'electric' speed at which 1ifp ift now run. Grace appears to be practically a lost quality, and is certainly conspicuous by its absence when the average girl runs, for in the process she exercises her shoulders ? as much' as her legs, and treads heavily in stead of lightly. FIGURE AND DEPORTMENT. A girl's figure is improved or marred by the way in which she holds herself, and I unfortunately there are only too many girls , whose deportment is to be deplored, and | whose walk is d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 25 September 1909

pt^w—n , »-wu fiunnu _ r HMHMi ? ???«?? Hininiinnninim^ ; ^'^J^k ^O TH^ ^ADIES OF KATOOMBA AND DISTRICT.' ; j^/^1 Lovel Street, Katoomba, : ^Z^l ^\ HIGH-CLASS CORSETIERE. /^V^W^^^^^K'm AT HomiC aT ^0V1^ St. to Cijisnts Wednesdays, 3 to 9 p.m. ! / / V^SS^-hfV M OW tlmt winter is approaching, many ladies are having tailor ! I \ vj^feS^iV^ inacles, and what is more essential to the success of a tailor \ \ wJI\^P^P\ made than a well-fitting Corset ? Nurse Coan is highly gratified n^ \ Ju\ XIiiJm \ to announce that she is in receipt of extremely satisfactory reports i ^\\tr\'A Ww\ \ *rom *ne lading lfl(ly residents of Katoomba and Iveura on the work //W /r'\fll\ \ accomplished by her for them. Nurse is prepared to give the same * ffl* //- i '/I \ \ satisfaction to each one of her clients. Indies may be fitted by {EL V'il'l \ I appointment in their own homes. Knch figure made a distinct 1 /fnff?^lw\lA ) I study. Nurse does not ask for deposits: her terms are Cash on i jU '/// jS^/f / \ re...

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DAFFODIL DISPLAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 25 September 1909

: DAFFODIL DISPLAY.** ; / ; ; The promoters of the Daffodil Display ' aijfe to be congratulated on having had such : favorable weather for their function, for aj day later would certainly have militated-?, against the success,. p.. f the show as far as? the weather 'wasrc'6nceriie'dv ' x ? ? ??- There were thirteen entries in 'all for the ? competitions. A unique design was ex hibited by Mrs. Murray, 111 the shape of a brass Indian candlestick with maiden hair fern attached to the wax candle. The one that secured the prize was a decorated millet broom, shewn by Miss Alice Weeks, who also, carried off the, prize for best original. Table Designs -Several baskets - were exhibited ; one coming' iii for a deal of , admiration being carried oiit entirely in. snowdrops arranged in a natural manner, . Mrs. Woodhill was the prize winner in this section, her basket being gracefully decor- . ated. with daffodils and foliage. Several, daintily arranged epergues were shewn, Miss Nelson winning t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 25 September 1909

JOHN BLACKMORE, FAMILY BUTCHER, Opposite Station, - SPRINGWOOD. Only one quality— THE 3ESX. Families waited on, and orders promptly attended to. Hotel Oriental, SpringwoocS. A High-Class .Residential Hotel, commanding extensive views of surrounding country. Magnificent Drives obtaina ble, and being only 47 miles from Sydney offers exceptional attraction's ' to motorists. Excellent Golf Links only ashort distance from the Hotel. Terms from 30s. to 50s. per week, or 7s. 6d per day. Apply, MISS BAKI«OW. Manageress.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 25 September 1909

When is a thief like a boot sock ? — When he is a footpad. 'OCEAiy VIEW.' OCEAN BEACH, # MANLY. (Opposite Corner Clarendon Hotel). 'PXCKI/I/^NT ACCOMMODATION at Reason -*--' able Terms. Fires winter months. Fresh fish served daily. ? Country Visitors specially catered for. Handy to ' Corso' and Steamer. MISS CAWTHORNE. MANLY PARCEL DELIVERY. Office, Manly Wharf. Tel. 18, Manly. Furniture Removers and Baggage Agents, MANLY. * _„__ Goods forwarded to and from Railway, Sydney and Suburbs daily. Van meets all Steamers. FURNITURE AND lyUGGAGB) STORED, Un der special contract with the P. J'. and Manly S.S. Co., Ivtd., for delivery of all luggage on arrival of Steamer from Sydney. ? . ? _ ? , ? — . ? _ ? _ ? «.V\K ? T~ ? lowest interest. ' N.S.W. Mont de Piete D. & fc '&o., Ltd., EASY TERMS. - - 74 Castlereagh Street 74, And at Newcastle, Melbourne and Brisbane. EUSTACE BENNETT, General Manager. SYDNEY.

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A List of Lost Articles. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 25 September 1909

A List of Lost Articles. She lost her way One sunlit day, I guided her aright ; So sweet her air, Her face so fair, I dreamed of her all night. I lost my heart, And when apart From her would sadly sigh ; But when we met I'd soon forget That clouds had crossed my sky. It came to pass , . , . That once, alas, I lost my temper quite, And foolishly . (For jealousy Put saner thoughts to flight) . . I lost my head, And much I said' Unjust, unkind, untrue ; Nor would I be Restrained till she Ivost all her patience, too. Her words were few, I'd lost, I knew, Her favor, when she cried : ' ' I hate a fuss ; Good-bye ! ' ' And thus I lost my future bride. I lost my zest For life, my rest Until, with grace sublime, Most tenderly ? She pardoned me, J And then — I lost no time !

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Facts Worth Remembering. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 25 September 1909

Facts Worth Remembering. Candle grease may be removed from most materials by the application of a little spirits of wine or brandy. This should be dropped on the spot, which should then be rubbed gently until the grease is worked off in a fine powder. If you have no glue handy and you want to stick something, try this — Take a small piece or cola boiled potato ana rub it aown with your finger on a piece of paper for about five minutes. It will then be of the right consistence and will stick like glue. In cleaning the brass round a keyhole it is almost impossible not to soil the sur rounding wood. Get a piece of cardboard about four inches square, cut a hole in it the shape of the brass, and put it over the keyhole when cleaning, and the wood will not be touched. Salt and water used as a* gargle will cleanse the palate and furred tongue. A pinch of salt on the tongue, followed ten minutes afterwards by; a drink ; of cold water, often cures a' sick headache. Salt hardens gums, makes t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 25 September 1909

House, Land & Estate Agent, .BLACKHEATH. Booking Office for Jenolau Caves. Tol. No. 6, Blaclchonth. Of'!© °f our Specialities is Outt©!^ 13 Biackhe&trr. BLAvKntAl HI ?

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Mt. Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 25 September 1909

[?] [From Our Own Correspondent.] A most successful concert in aid of the local ' Presbyterian Church building fund was held in the Mt. Victoria Hall on Wednesday, September 15. There was a large gathering present, the sur rounding townships being well represented. The concert was opened by Miss Rienits with a piano solo, executed in her usual finished manner. The song 'Thora,' by Mr. A. G. Steel, of lyithgow, was much appreciated. Mr. and Miss L/auglands next gave the duet The Minute Gun at Sea.' ' Down Where the Bluebells Grow ' was given by the juvenile choir in a manner which showed that much attention and time had been given by the choirmaster, Mr. Redfern. ' The Deathless Army,' sung by Mr. Jvanglands in a hearty man ner, was much applauded, and an encore followed. Miss Jessie Mathews' song was heartily received. Miss Laiiglands' song followed, after which Mrs. Laws gave ' ' When Roses Wake Again ' ' very sweetly. This concluded the first, part. Miss Rienits opened the second ...

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