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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 2 October 1909

Hope esid Waratafi Streets. . ^ ^A^ ^A*. ^**»- .^ffa ,,^^. ^ft, ^fr, -^*^ -**- rAA JLAAAAAAA.AAA.AAA Purveyor to the Carrington Hotel and all the leading Residents, Visitors and Boardinghouse Keepers. AiS MUh Guaranteed Absolutely Pyre iPH^* SpeeiaJIy Comrnefrtciecl by the Gowernment in spector for Clean liness*

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Presentation to Mr. R. May. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 2 October 1909

Presentation to Mr. R. May. On Monday last Mayor James entertained his employees at a dinner, on the occasion of Mr. May severing his connection with the business, after three years service. In proposing the toast, Mr. James said that 'Bob' had carried out his duties in such a splendid manner that he could not allow him to leave without recognising his ser vices, and wished him success in his new undertaking. I^ater, after a' musical pro gramme, Mr. James presented Mr. May. with a handsome clock on behalf of the family. ? Mr. W. James spoke of Mr. May's worth, and said he was sure that he would succeed. in his new business, and wished him and Mrs. May a long and happy life. In responding, Mr. May said he was pleased that all the .hands employed were present, and proud that his mother was there to witness the high esteem he was held in by Mr. James, and that he was worthy of such a nice present. A Pleasant evening closed with ' He's a jolly good fellow.'

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 2 October 1909

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Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Man, the Land, and the Law. A Lecture by A. W. Johnston, M.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 2 October 1909

The Man, the Land, and the Lav/. A I/KCTure by A. W. Johnston, M.A. Man is not adapted like the fish for swim ming in the water, or like the bird for fly ing in the air, but only for living upon the land. All his interests and activities begin with and centre upon the land, and from the land he obtains the means of satisfying all his wants. The land is Nature's store house, containing everything necessary to the physical life and welfare of man. The relations between man and the land are therefore of great importance. In a civilised community they are fixed by law, but in primitive societies where no law exists every man enjoys free access to land, and this condition obtains until a Government is es tablished.- The first thing the Government does is to enact laws imposing taxes and taking away from the people the right of free access to land. The law compels the people to pay taxes, and prevents them from From H. Phillips' Series of Humorous Post Cards. entering the storehouse to ob...

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 — 2 October 1909

'V JSK 'Ef8' ''S30 RF*** HHftdc?^ i§H 13 El 9 4&mt!fo J---^-^*\ m fink H B Kraal m vL^m3r$rtyk ™m ifasmi ^J5y i.**r ? '^ \ 204 Pitt St., Sydney. Direct Importer and Manufacturer of all kinds of ' Saddlery, Harness, 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. NOTK THE) ADDUKSS. . . J. LINTON, Proprietor, 204 Pitt St., Sydney. Phone, City 1677. J I

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 2 October 1909

HARTLEY DISTRICT TENTH 1 UTHGOW. MONDAY, OCTOBER 11th. Great Public Holiday. Special Trains and Fares. £300 IN PRIZES £300 Grand Art Union £\25. 1st prize 50 guinea Piano Spectacular Trades Procession. Sports and Amusement for Everyone. FOFTJI^H SOCIAL .A.T I^IG-HT. The Greatest Day's Outing west of the Mountains Demonstration Tickets may be obtained in Ka toomba from Mr. R. Gibson; Blackheath, Mr. . W. Evans ; Mt. Victoria, Mr. Williamson. First train leaves Katoomba at 8.28 a.m. RICHD. NORTHEY, vSecretary.

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 2 October 1909

f /^^^fex ^° ^H^ Sadies 01* Katoomba and District I ^^/^[ Lovei 5^re@t, Katoomfoa, 1 tM| n\ high-class corsetiere. ! /v!^®/^^^^15m AT HoMI{ AT ^ov^iy S'J\ to Clients Wednesdays, 3 to 9 p.m. / I y^^^^^iv TVfOWthat winter, is approaching, many ladies are having tailor ; I \ X^^V/^^v mades, and what is more essential to the success of a tailor \ \ vKlkwyiPi made than a well-fitting Corset ? Nurse Coan is^ highly gratified l . \. \ Ai\\lFjf/ \ ^° allll0tmce that she is in receipt of extremely satisfactory reports ' ^\,\^\A wlf\ \ ft'0111 ths leading lady residents of Katoomba and lyeura on the work - //%/ hi \llf// \ \ accomplished by her for them. Nurse is prepared to give the same ; Jw l-\xn \ I satisfaction to each one of her clients. Toadies niajr be fitted by /'L_ HI \i\!i \ 1 appointment in their own homes. I$ach figure made a distinct //TTiff^k! '''Ik/ / I study. Nurse does not ask for deposits : her terms are Cash on ' fU I llrtiiL' I \ 'receipt °f order. Maternity and Abdominal...

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 — 2 October 1909

When visiting Katoomba aim straight for one of Jlf£» Tea, Luncheon and %§- Refreshment Rooms Next door to Post Office, MAIN STREET, AND Next door to the Carrington, KATOOMBA ST. Bundy's for Choicest Confectionery and Chocolate. Bundy's for Choicest Fruits of the Season. Bundy's for the largest assortment of Post Cards. Bundy's for Swain and Co.'s Celebrated Mountain Pictures (mounted and unmounted), Books of Views, etc. Where to Stay. DOARD AND ? RESIDENCE.— Mrs. Wat.SH, ?*-' ' Brucedale,' Wentworth Falls, (three min utes from the Falls). Tariff: //I Is. fj 7 DIUC IVIOtiniaCnSr (.Six and n-hnll miles from l\It. Victoria,) A comfortable, well-kept Kami House, beautiful climate, with cool infills and no mosquitos. First-clans Tennis Court Kood Shooting', Ciill Birds, Foxes, Kabblts, and Wallabies. Abundance of Fresh Milk, Cream, KtfUB'.IMiUer, and Poultry. Piano and excellent Phonograph, latest records. Terms, £\ IDs. per week; Riding1 or Driving:, three tlmeo per week, £2. Six times,...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Father's Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 2 October 1909

Father's Day. Ivet us wear a white carnation For the dear old mother's sake ; She's 'the best of God's creation, And as good as He can make. But the fathers, plain and prosy, Should be recognised some way, For their lives are not so rosy . ?'But, like dogs, they need their dav. Not the sly dads or the fly dads, Who, when rocky grows the road, Duties flouting, take an outing, And let mother bear the load ; They deserve no compensation But a horsewhip or a goad. Ivet us give some recognition , To the dads who, year by year, Keep their posts with grim decision, Ivoss of job their greatest fear. They are working uncomplaining In the mill and market-place. Just a modest living gaining, As they keep their steady pace. Not the club dads, or the dud dads, But the dads who, day by day, ?'Keep on working, never shirking, » And each week take home their pay. They deserve some recognition, ' Not one day, but every day. Query— Does a landlord give up owner ship of a house when he releases it.

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 — 2 October 1909

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 Sign writing MM^g88^ Decorating Wr®^ Paperhangirag Paintiimg Gilding KaSsomining .jPffl^B^ GSasing in aBB its Branches 'MP®!^ ReflxSng Sash CorcSs Repairing aradl Painting Venetian Blinds Refining Sash Fasteners Locks, Doors and all kinds of House (Repairs 'Iyetters or Orders will receive the Promptest ?Attention. Estimates Furnished. W W m In \#%^Jp% ill Lo^ei Street^ KATQOSWBA. 'The Pleasure of the As an entertainer in the Home cannot be guessed. You must try it to know it. You can hear an !E)dison 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 lecordb. We do all kinds of Phonograph Repairs, and istock all parts and accessories. If you sing or play, let us show you some Music. MAIN STREET, - K...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bumblefoot Starts a Paper. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 2 October 1909

Bumblefoot Starts a Paper. In these days of intense cold and rumors of war, libel and till tickling, a more or less brief resume of an experience the writer had in his earliest journalistic career may be of interest. In those days the now important township of Bumblefoot only boasted a population of 2000 souls, and being- in the strictest sense a tourist resort the adult portion of those 2000 souls was, individually and collectively, hot stuff, and the bloke who tnougnt ne coma get to winuwara or tnern went away with a feeling of soreness abaft his boom. A local company was formed with the object of start ing a paper, and so enthusiastically did the Bumblefeet bite that the whole of the shares went off like a piclqx)cket with a John in pursuit. The writer was duly appointed from 500 other appli cants to the editorial chair (an empty kerosene case) at the munificent salary of £2 a week and anything else he could acquire by legal robbery. The first edition of ' The Bumblefoot Snooze' ...

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 — 2 October 1909

Timber Merchants, Bent Street, opp. Railway Station -, KATOOMBA. All classes of Building Material, Bricks/ Lime, lyead, Iron, and Fencing Material always on hand at Lowest Prices. No Humbug with Freight and Cartage. lowest interest- N.S.W. Mont de Piete D« & I. Co., Ltd., EASY TERMSS.. « 74 Ca$tlerea&h Street 74, And at Newcastle, Melbourne and Brisbane, EUSTACE BENNETT, General Manager. SYDNEY.

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 — 2 October 1909

Tel. No. 4993. t. W. T. DASH, s Solicitor, Conveyancer, &c. f i Visits Katoomba when required. - 85 Pitt St., Sydney. ?., Private Address: 'Kookaburra.' Hazel brook. ['

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE HOME PAGE. The Man who makes the best Husband. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 2 October 1909

WmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMmmmmM By Myona. The Man who makes the best Husband. The man a girl should choose for a hus band is not the acknowledged wit and favourite of his chums. It is not the hand - .??sorriest, wealthiest, or most fascinating man who makes the best husband. A girl, if wise in selecting her lover, should, instead of being attracted by outside show, rather look to the inner perfections . and qualities of the m'an who is to be her partner for life. The plainer, more homely, and often less talented man is, as a rule, less selfish than his handsomer and more brilliant brother ; he is not so vain, so conscious of his attractions and charms, more diffident . and reserved, and being fully alive to his own shortcomings, more likety to lavish a wealth of affection and love upon his wife. Constantly one meets in life with the ? easy-going, nonchalant, sleepy individual ; he may be looked upon as a' duffer, voted ? extremely ' ' slow 'by his more go-ahead, ? dashing companions, yet...

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 — 2 October 1909

1 5PRINGWOOD. I Mr vT/ VV vL* s&. M* ^M/ Mr *.!/. %l*_±U. ?-?/ *-t- ^V- ^1^ -^-V- -.V. v?^ *^t vV_ ^1^ -!/ vI^_-Ir,_vV_M-» -j- ^JLoIg^ie. ....[From our Own Correspondent].' The Springwood Hall has been well availed of this week. On Tuesday a Biograph Company had it, on Thursday the Springwood Cricket Club held, a concert in aid of its funds, and to-night a con cert is to be given. General regret was experienced in Springwood when it became known that our old friend, Charlie Hall (Old Doc.) was married in Sydney instead of: Springwood. The local boys were waiting to give: them a grand reception, and when leaving for' their future home at Cobar were met at the station and given a great time. A present for the happy couple is being subscribed for. The Springwood Cycling Club intend to hold their annual social on Monday, November 15th. A special meeting of the Cricket Club was held on Tuesday evening, when it was decided to form, a junior team this year, and arrange matches with...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
She Lost her Friends [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 2 October 1909

i She Lost her Friends . She was not loyal to them. She measured them by their ability to advance her. She did not know the value1 of thought fulness in little things. She was always saying mean things about them in their absence. She was cold and reserved in her manner — cranky, gloomy, pessimistic. She never thought it worth while to spend time in keeping up her friendships. She regarded friendship as a luxury to be enjoyed, instead of an opportunity for service. She never learned that implicit, gener ous trust is the very touudation-stone of friendship. She never threw the doors of her heart wide open to people, or took them into her confidence. She was always wounding their feelings, making sarcastic or funny remarks at their expense. She was 'always ready to receive assist ance from her friends, but always too busy or too stingy to assist them in their time of need.

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The First Safety Pin. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 2 October 1909

The First Safety Pin. A little bo}', the son of an English black smith, used to act as nurse to his baby brother. The baby often cried, and its tears were generally caused by pin pricks. Noticing this, the 'boy tried to bend pins in such a way that they would da their work without puncturing the baby.1 ' He failed, but his father, seeing the utility of the idea the lad had been at work on, set to work on his account, and even tually turned out the first safety pin which is now used all over the world.

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 — 2 October 1909

^ v'**7r7r~-- -_ %& Q R/II1T f* A TTC At,— -TO^TiSKL *~*# JVIILAJLTTL I Slty ^j^p^W^^Hc' Coach Proprietor, JLitiUl\A« Visitors conveyed to all Mountain Sights. Relia able horses. Reasonable charges.

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 — 2 October 1909

Palace Avenue, Lawson. y wL^ GENERAL STORE. / 5^* / Best Brands of— / ^^S^ / Grocery and Produce, / /*%T/^ / Drapery, Boots, Sho e/ jSfM* / Crockery, Irommon-X /fS§|k / % gery, Patent MediyT *^§ / I! cines, &c. / f (y? Prompt delivery / fW / . to all parts of/ ??/ S the district/ j/ X pETRoL, '51 / ''K-a / ii / tf ± / Anderson's Seeds, / «^%* / Baker & Rouse's, / (VV / Photographic Goods. / Aj*^&& y idi fl» £J2 *^3r / All communications will receive y^ prompt and careful attention. House, Land i&: Estate Agent, .BLACKHEATH. . Booking Office for Jenolan Caves. Tol. No. 6, Blackheath. ? iM^ Fruiterer and ^'w^ilif ®onifec*lorieri ^^^^ BLACKHEATH. Choicest Fruits and Vegetables of the Sea.spu. Orders delivered daily. I^eadiiiK brands of Confectionery. All kinds of Summer Drinks. Bicycles for Mire. Repairs and Sundries. ? Agent for Bennett & Woods' Cycles. JOHN BLACKi¥3ORE9 F&lilLY BUTCHER, Opposite Station, - SPRBNGWOOD. Only one q...

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