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

DON'T YOU KNOW I Take Portraits at the Falls ? Yes, it's a fact, and take them well, any style, POST CARDS, CABINETS OR PANELS. HJvery portrait is retouched, whether it be a post card or panel photograph. Make, an appointment by letter or post card, or better still, call. j- LOCAL POST CARDS. My own photos, in enormous variety, always in : stock, also Stationery, Fancy Goods, Toys, Haberdashery, Periodicals, Books, etc., etc. .Note the Address — ,.«,mtm .HIGH-CLASS PHOTOGRAPHER, Right Opposite Post Okpick, LEURA, N.S.W. , Where the Best Post: Cards are.

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
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BLACKHEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 2 October 1909

' jpepifis^ :jji;f?ij»»f» ifacfacftgprp 'I1 'fe -!- -P ^ ''k cfe gP -t» s. I1 *?¥- q.8 gP «pq»iil»-i'^ BLACKHEATH. | tl5 5l!iels'i5r» iris tls tls elu tt» eis'SSSE 33 3s'S&'«JFeI5 35TU «Ri'I? ^SiRtls els 'tU els 4L1 els iE5(= [From our Own Correspondent.] There are a number of our local residents returning after spending the winter in a warmer climate much improved by their change, amongst whom are Mr. and Mrs. John Neate, senr., who celebrated their ritbv weddiner on ? Monday. September 27. Quite a number ;of their most intimate friends were invited to spend a very pleas ant evening. * # ? * ? Another, of our residents, Mr. and. Mrs. Adams, of the Ivanhoe, celebrated their silver -wedding on Friday, September 24.. A number of their friends spent an enjoy able evening to the strains of the Black heath Brass Band, which played a number of popular airs. * -X- ¥r There are a number, of visitors here at present enjoying1 the beautiful spring weather. Everything is looking lovely...

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

[?] [From our Own Correspondent.] The contract for building the new Church of England has been accepted, and Mr. R. Blundell is the successful tenderer. Work ?will commence in about five weeks, and the foundation stone will be laid about Xmas time. It is anticipated the Church will be pom nleted bv 'Raster. The seating accom ,! modation will be for 100, as only part of I the building is to be erected at present, at j a cost of ,£600. -A very pleasant social was held in the i Congregational Church on Friday, 24th j September. The Rev. C. J. Cribb pre | sided, and in the name of the Church ex tended a hearty welcome, not only to the ; visitors, but also to the representatives from '.j other denominations. Mr. J. Geggie, Sec retary of the Church, gave a report of the [ proposed additional parlor and class-room I at the rear of the building. Mr. H. C. | , Kent had kindly prepared plans, and the ! estimated cost would be about «£l20. One I gentleman had offered j£l0 towards the ex ' pens...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 9 October 1909

r . ? . ^ ' ; ' /^T^J%\ To TI-D5 I/ADIKS OF KATOOMEA AND DISTRICT.1 ikw^i ' ? ^; ??;; v;-;^.'. iofe^-^,-^V ...'?? , Lovel Street, Katoomba, *3:i^^5k ^\ ?? HIGH-CLASS CORSETIERE.' - t^yWif^^^^^H^[ '&?'* HOMI4 AX I/OVltfy S'X\ -OJO CjyllCN'i'S ;WlCDNK-SDAYrt, 3T0 9 P.M. x:,h--/ ^^^sl| 'lVT OW that' winter is approaching, ' tiidn^'lt\cTies are having tailor - V \ vllvW^w^S'Y ' ' inades, and what is more essential to -the siiccess of a tailor \i l \ ,1|\W ' niade 1;han a well -fitting Corset ? RHuirse Coan is liighty gratified -v \ [$ft'\lj/ \ t° announce that she is in receipt of extremely satisfactory reports '^\^7w\ %w\ \ ?? -^'— * ^1(r lea-fliiig* lady residents of Kat.oowba and I,eura on the work r/fiy // '' (\w/i V I accomplished by her for them. Nurse is prepared to give the same \Mr l\]\j) Y 'I satisfaction to ?each' one of her clients. ladies ,may be fitted by' ' .1 f'''-.^ v \'ttkli \ I appointment in their own lipnjes. ItOa'cli figure., made a distinct:; ^^?nTW^^'rM ?...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 9 October 1909

At the Spring Fair, Woodford. Mr. J. C. Mclyelland gave three performances during Friday evening, which were highly inter esting and much appreciated. The atten dance throughout was large. Owing to the strong wind on Saturday morning damag ing the marquee the Committee decided to conclude the Fair in the church, which ne Ut.OOJ.LClH-^1 ^Alld ULLL LUCC1 ILli WLJJL IS*. JL IIC stallholders were : Work, Mesdames Bow den, Waterhouse, Kerswell, and Moody; Flower, Mrs. J. H. Wilson ; Sweets, Misses Kerswell, Moody, and Martin ; Refresh ment, Mesdames Rabbitts and Nesbit, and Misses Murphy (2) ; Postcards, Mr. L. V. Waterhouse ; Toys, Misses McManamey (2). Mr. G. J. Waterhouse lent his fine gramaphone, which was much availed of. # * * In connection with the Katoomba Methodist Church Spring Fair and Indus trial Exhibition which is to be held on the 20th and 21st inst. an impression has got abroad that entries in the Needle Work Section become the property of the Fair. We have been asked to ...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
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Katoomba Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 9 October 1909

Katoomba Rifle Club. The following are the scores made on Saturday, October 2nd, quarterly shoot : — Hdp 600 Total Harding 10 52 62 Capt. Hicks - 61 61 R. Moss 3 51 54 H. Wootton - 53 53 J. Shaw 12 41 53 B. Craig 3 45 48 W. Hicks 2 31 So The following are the prizewinners for the quarter ending September 25 : — First, Capt. Hicks 199 ; 2nd, W. Hicks, 197, 10s ; 3rd, E. Craig, 196, 7s 6d;4th, A. Acland, 191, 5s; 5th, H. Wootton, 190, 2s 6d ; 6th, R. Moss, 189, 2s 6d. Handicaps for October at 600 yards : Captain H. Hicks, T. Martin, H. Wootton, A. Crisp, scratch; G. Crawshaw, P. Spliet, W. Hicks, 2 ; E. Craig R. Moss, and A. Acland, 3 ; Whalan, 4 ; W. Mitchell, H. Chambers, and Clampett, 5; Burns, Field, and Duff, 6; Anderson, James, Bronger, Kitch, and Rohrmann, 8; Hofman, Scope, Hale, Stretton, Harding, Pan n ell, and Gilchrist, 10; G. Hicks, Acland, Field, Shaw, Forrest, and Kdwards, 12. The shooting for the Marx Medal and the Mayor's prize starts this month.

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BLACKHEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 9 October 1909

1 BLACKHLATH. | [From our Own Correspondent.] A number of workers under the direction of the energetic Secretary of the Golf Club, Rev. G. F. B. Manning-, did a lot of useful work on Wednesday afternoon. Six of the greens are now completed, and the remain ing three are well under way. The results of these efforts reflect great credit on all wno iook part in me woik, not rorgetting the ladies who provided afternoon tea for the workers. The roads and footpaths about the town are assuming quite a shipshape appearance under the able superintendance of the Shire Engineer. The local representatives cer tainly see to it that the rates are fully spent in this locality. The trustees of the various town parks are in receipt of their yearly grants, and are laying the money out to the very best advantage. Blackheath is especially fav ored in the matter of town parks and re serves, a fact which visitors are not slow in recognising. Messrs. H. R. Neate, W. Sprague and F. Sprague, of the Blackheat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 9 October 1909

f Fruiterer and Confectioner, BLACKHEATH,. ? Choicest Fruits and Vegetables of the Season. Orders delivered ''dally. I/mkIuik4 brands of Confectionery. All kinds pf- Summer Drinks. Bicycles for Hire. Repairs and Sundries. Agent for Bennett & Woods' Cycles. 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. Wjfflflgg*^ Decorating Painting Gilding IKaBsomining ffM&SfiP' Glazing in all its Branches filP™?? Refixing Sash Qords Repairing and Painting Venetian Blinds Refixing Sash Fasteners Locks, Doors and all kinds of House Repairs letters or Orders will receive the Promptest Attention. Estimates Furnished r 'Caerphilly/' - Lovel Street, KATOOIVIBA. Visitors to Katoomba should not fail to see Hydro Majestic 81 Hotel, MEDLOW BATH. The most sumptuously appointed Pleasure Resort in New South Wales. 1000 Acres of the most Beaut...

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THE AMALGAMATION SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 9 October 1909

THE AMALGAMATION SCHEME. Thb Conference held on Wednesday of last week between delegates from both the Shire, and Municipal Councils at the Shire Chambers has moved the question a stage further on, and the deputation agreed upon to approach the Minister and ascertain defi nitely their position in regard to represen tation and endowment in the event of the amalgamation will have the effect of settling the matter one way or the other. The whole question is one that calls for the fullest information on both sides. There are witliput doubt many advantages to be gained by the amalgamation, one of paramount importance being that the en tire area from Emu Plains to Mt. Victoria would be under one governing body, who would have greater power and influence than separate governing bodies can ever hope to have. Katoomba, being the great est centre, would be the headquarters, from which the whole area would be controlled and governed. If, as vSome of the delegates claim, Katoomba would benefit ...

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 — 9 October 1909

I 5PRINGWOOD. | [From our Own Correspondent]. On Thursday evening, September. 30th, a most enjoyable concert was given in aid of the Cricket Club. It is some time since a concert depending on local talent has been inaugurated here. Every performer was encored, and the audience were evidently well pleased. The programme was as follows: — Overture (violin and piano), Messrs. E. Chadwick and A. C. Groves (both of Glen brook) ; song, Mr. C. Rosenthal ; recitation, 'Guilty or Not Guilty,' Miss Dorothy Wall; song, Mr. J. Garrett ; song, 'Happy Song,'' Miss Ida Gibbes. The song, ' Will o' the Wisp,' by Mr. H. Bassetti was powerfully rendered and loudly applauded. As an encore he gave 'Father O'Flynn,' which was also well received. Mr. W. 'Pfltprsnn rprit-p/i ' ' Qnirior'e Tn'.1rlnrcirlr» ' M-al-inrr fi-io. ' Duchy' off excellently. Responding to an en core, he personated another Dutchy, which met with hearty applause. Miss Elsie Chadwick re sponded to an encore to her pianoforte solo, whic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 9 October 1909

k I /'\ tl5 t'T ft D I ^5 s 1 FOR BOOTS AND SHOES. 1 /y Brinj? us your Repairs.!. Kxecuted promptly, best II ((9 mnterial and workmanship guaranteed, at City Prices (Lj Up. Telephone 75. ' ftp . |§ ? ' Our Boot Shop,' | y? katoomba and leitjr.^. §

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LAWSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 9 October 1909

S !;. 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ? ' i ) 1 1 !. j j. i ! j ljj mi.hii mi. tui until ii mniiimimtmtmit m mnii'-iTl [From our Own Correspondent.] The quarterly meeting of the Iyawson Rifle Club was held in the Mechanics' In stitute on Tuesday last, Capt. Thompson presiding. After the minutes had been read and an account passed for payment, the Captain reported on the last quarter's shooting, and 11 cash prizes were presented to the successtul competitors, it was de cided to enter a team to compete for the Katoomba Cup.- Six prizes are to be shot for during the quarter, including one trophy. i All members are to shoot in one division, j and the handicaps were then fixed by the / committee, A social was arranged to be held on November 15, King's Birthday. There has teen a good number of visitors in Lawson during the holidays, and they experienced the varied changes of climate that are to be met with on the Mountains. Saturday broke fine, but during the day the, !wind increased in velocity an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 9 October 1909

L IRON AND ZINC WORKER, ELECTRIC BELL FITTER, ill !™«! mm «kl I Katoooiba Street, Katoomiba.. JlHfl I WU lilP U IS I All work intrusted to me done under my personal supervision. Write for my booklet of references. Estimates given if desired. ^\ aX^jkX *X/a *X diO^ ?4-Jh itfrV a^ --O-. ^ A. /a X/V A^ AA4A aX .XTa. Aa, A\aV^^^«^*A^^^/» aaaaaAaaaAAaaa Aa/^ ^ ii» ? KATOOS¥iBA BAKERY, MMU ST., OPP. STATIOi, KATOOWSBAj, £- / ;^|k Ana at Leura, Uwson, and Sprangwood. jv -i mSH^^ft1 ? Tcl' 25- Kat' kN ►M Our own Small Goods fresh daily. Our carts deliver daily all over the district. K,N !--' Tea and Refresh meent Rooms. Summer Drinks and Confectionery. k-- [Vj We have the choicest selection of leading brands of Confectionery, and' our stock is always fresh and .-J K-i reliable. A TRIAIv SOLICITED. ? ' _ P^ HAS it ever STRUCK you that Opp. GoyderBros., Katoomba St., is a Specialist in up-to-date high-class Boot Repairs? Hand-sewn work a spe cialty. A Noted Shop for Gent's Foot wear. Prices s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 9 October 1909

Tei-. 24, Katoomiia. Established 1897. f J DISPENSING CHEMIST, The Katoomba Pharmacy Main St., op£t{So!ry also at LEURA MALL, LEURA. Your Headache or Neuralgia cured in a few minutes by taking- my Neuralgia Powders. Price, Is. per box. They may be used for Toothache or Influenza, Makes your Skin like Velvet. MEDLICOTT'S TOILET CREAM has a marvellous effect on rouwh skin. One or two applications will remove the roughness, and by its occasional use the skin acquires the smoothness and softness of a baby's. The Toilet Cream is not sticky, and gloves may be Avorn a few moments after, using' it. Delightful after Shaving. Price, Onio Shilling.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 9 October 1909

FAIiSLY BUTCHER, ' ! Opposite Station, - SPRBftlQWQOD. 'Only one quality—THE BEST. ; Families waited on, and orders promptly attended * ; to. ' ? \ Get a ' RIVAL' from \ ^^ ? __^ ? ' ' SPRINGWOOD. Agent for Massey Harris, Red Bird, and Waratah ?.! , . Bikes. , . ? .. , Also the famous ' Rival' Bicycles, as ridden, by I-I. lyiindie (winner Batliurst to Sydney, fastest ; time Goulburntb Sydney, 1909) aiid R.' B. Pater- ; son (2nd Batliurst to Sydney 1908, and 2nd and fastest Battiurst to I/ithgow. ? , ! Agent for Michelin Motor Goods, and Flite Cycle' ! Tyres, as ridden b)' lyundie, Walcott Bros., , and all champions. ; Easy Terms arranged anywhere on the1 Mountains Guns and Rifles stocked below Sydney Prices. Hotel Oriental, Sprang- wood- | 1 ? ? i ' ? miimmJT ' ' - .I,,,,,,,, , ..„._..»_, , . A Tlifcli-Clfiss Residential Hotel, cuiiimimikHiik cxlcnsivc i ?views o! smiouiuliiiK counliv. MuMiuficcnt. Drives ubtnlna- ? ,, blc, ntul bcuif-c only '17 miles lioiu vSytliitj offers exceptio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 9 October 1909

Pitt and Castlereagh Streets, s^— ^^SYPNEY. The Home of Country Visitors. % % ?& THIS Treading City Hotel is provided with all the latest modern conveniences : — Electric lyight 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 throughout the whole of the night. Single Rooms : Apartments only from 3s 6d per night. ' ' ' from 22s 6d weekly. Double Rooms ; Apartments only, from 6s 6d per night. ' ' - from 42s 6d weekly. Single rooms, including full Board, Bed room and all attendance, from 50s weekly,, Double rooms, including full Board for two persons, Bedroom and all attendance, from £5 weekly. Inclusive terms by the day, 8s. Menls served in Family Dining Hall from ls'6d.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 9 October 1909

Palace Avenue, Lawsoiiy/ j GENERAL STORE. / %$& / Best Brands of — . y/%* *C^ / Grocery and Produce, / irthN* / Drapery, Boots, Shoe / I^^J1* / Crockery, Irommon-/ /a&L / ^ gery, Patent Medj-/ P^jk X // 0 cities, &c. /^ «^ / ? ^ Prompt delivery/ fjik ° / to all parts oi/ r^ / Agent for— the district/^ -^ PETROL, // x GLi / Anderson's Seeds, x &® / Baker & Rous^' / 'Wfrx^'- / ^hotographic Goods. *^Q& /. All .communications will .receive y^i ; prompt and careful attention.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 9 October 1909

The Katoomba Dsiry, Hope and Waratafo Streets. H Jl±- -*At A^- ?**- ****? -*A- jAA~ -**- -**- - ?*? AAAA.AA.AAAAAAAAA ' . Purveyor to the Carrington Hotel and all the leading Residents, Visitors and Boardinghouse Keepers. ' ABi Milk Guaranteed Absolutely Pure. WF* Specially Commended by the Government In spector for Cleanliness*

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Wentworth Falls. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 9 October 1909

I Wentworth Falls. i [From our Own Correspondent.] During the past week, and latter end of last week, we have experienced practical^ four seasons. The changes have been remarkable, and at the same time trying, . Friday of last week the temper ature went up to 85 degrees, while on Sunday it went down to 31. This is a very low temperature for this time of the year, when we remember that the lowest record this year during the winter was 26 degrees. There was very little in the way of atmosphere conditions to herald the approach of the sudden change. . . On Sundav afternoon ereat rolling- banks of ominous grey clouds suddenly clouded the heavens. The morning was beautifully bright';' Then heavy showers fell, then to the suprise of all snow fell in large flakes accompanied by a gale of wine], which also blew with hurricane force on Saturday but the earth had evidently cooled sufficiently after Friday's heat and the flakes immediately melted. Hundreds of visitors had their first experienc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 9 October 1909

Furnished Cottages to Let ! Houses and Jyand for Sale. Plans and Estimates Prepared for Weather board Cottages. Assistance to Build. J,oans Negotiated. W. LOWDEN, Auctioneer, Estate Agent & Valuator, Opposite Station, LAWSON. T- X.axifra.n.cl3Li, UNDERTAKER and EMBAI,MER, Coachbuilder, Wheelwright and General Blacksmith, MOUNT VICTORIA. Oldest established business on the Mountains. T^IE COSTIL/Z' 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. The Oldest Butcher on the Blue Mountains. Park Streetj Katoomba. Tel. 34, K. THE KATOOSMBA DABRY, Waratah and Hope Streets. Purveyors to the Carrington Hotel , and all leading residents, visitors, and boarding houses. All milk guaranteed absolutely Pure. -$lk ,. Jjjjfft Coach Proprietor JD^^^Mf' Qenem| Carrier, Tel. 6. Wentworih Falls. I/ivery Stables at back of Post Office. Parcels Delivered. Wood and...

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