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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 3 April 1909

BOTTLE PRICE LIST. A.LES McEvvan's, Foster's, and Bots. J Bots Bulldog ... 1 4 ** 0 11 Tooth's ... ... 0 9 LA GEE. Kupper »fe Franz Josef ... 1 4 0 11 Beck's... ... ... 1 4 Oil ?Carlsberg ... ... 1 4 0 11 Resch's ... ... 1 0 0 8 STOUTS. Bu rice's Guinness' Stout ... I 4 0 11 Tooth's ... ... 0 9 GINS.. Key Gin ... ... 5 9 Wolfe's Schnapps ... 5 3 ? w -2 9 Dry Gin ... ... 4 6 Old Tom ... ... 4 6 JBBANDIES. .. Augier JjYeres******** ... 12 0 Meukow's (extra old fine) Chtmpagne ... 10 6 Heresy's*** ... ... 8 0 * ? 7 0 Mai-tell's**' ... ... 8 0 * .... ... 7 0 ?Otaid Dupuy*** ... 8 0 Penfold's*** (9 years old)... 5 6 'THE CARRiNGTQN' Special ... ... 5 6 Half. Flasks, 1/9, Flasks, 2/9 WHISKIES. John Jameson *** ... 6 3 Bullocn Lade Special, Very Old ... ... 5 6 Buchanan ... ... 5 6 ^ Crawford's ... ... 5 6 '' Cardhu ... ... 5 3 Dewar ? ... ... 5 3 Watson's No. 10 ... 5 3 Billoch Lade, Very Old, Vatted ... ... 5 0 John Beggs Lochnagan ... 5 0 Usher Special Reserve ... 5 0 Watson's No. 10 .....

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 3 April 1909

On Chest, Back, and Head— Pain,, Heat, and Tingling Were Excru ciating—Nerves in Exhausted Condition— Sleep Badly Broken. CURE BY CUT1CURA SEEMED LIKE MA6IC: ? . B ? 'Words cannot express the gratitude1 ' I feel for what Cuticura Bemedies have1 s*~- — ''- ? '~^-, done f or my daugL ^====^^^_^~ ===^ fc©'1. Adelaide. She ^Jt^^^^hr^ *s nfteen years °f ^\P7 wP aSe- and had never ?.- SSS (-&W had anything the1 A y matter with her' /_S -^ / skin until four' ^s^W^^^W months ago, when ' //// Vl l^^N* an eruPki°n broke1 '/// i v \V4 out on her chest. ' ' The first symptom was a redness, and thenfollowed thicken-' ing and blisters, which would break and run matter. I took her to a doctor, and, ho pronounced it to be eczema of a very bad form. He treated her. but instead of being checked, the disease spread. It showed itself on her back, and then quickly spread upwards until the whole of her head was affected, and all her hair had to bo cut cff. The pain sho suffered was excruciating, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 3 April 1909

Furnished Cottages to Let ! Houses and I,and for Sale. Plans and Estimates Prepared for Weather board Cottages. Assistance to Build. Loans Negotiated. y Auctioneer, Estate Agent & Valuator, Opposite Station, LAWSON. Tel. 17, Katoomba. ' ORYBURGH,' Katoomba & Waratah Sts., Katoomba. DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Classes for Elocution, Physical Cul ture, Dancing and Painting. Non-pupils can join any of these classes. For Prospectuses apply to The Misses LEINTHAL At Home Wednesday and Saturday'. Biackhealh and Mt. Victoria, Opposite both Stations. The oldest Established Business on the Mountains. Only one Qualiny— The Best. Families waited on and orders proriipt ly attended to. AND For Pure Milk and Cream Supplied Daily. Fresh Bggs and Poultry. - - — Summer Fruits. OPPOSITE - TENNIS ? COURT. TfllNS II 'oari^ Establishment 1 II 11 1 It 11 Main Western Road, HI H dP& H H (iFSi rfSF^I Ol~r\v.liVlBL./\ B 111 . mm If U ilKw -^ }vell-aPpointed House, five 1HSHWWI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 3 April 1909

I rJ^^^kffh s-®° yards ©f Light Ground PRINTS ranging from, ysuafl 5^cL to 77A&* Now-all I I '^^^W^WP^ onB Pr^ce' ^3A^° yard, 4s» 6clB dozen. I I -£-^^\ j/?t^€ 450' yards of Colored CASHMERE, 42in., usual price, 1s- 6i^d- Colors, Grey, I ^^^^ytyw :.~ Resida, Purple and Myrtle- Ail put out at 13^d. yard. I M^'vS ) '^00 yards of VENETBAN CLOTH in Dark Greeo and Na¥y3 usual price, 1s- 4^d- ^ a ^^wfejfe. Gam put out at 1s- yard., ill T^J^^^S . About 4-00 yarelsUght Ground Cotton DELAINES, usual price, 4i^d.yard. ? Will' F l^«f§ ??',????.???????? ???? put 6ut:'at:3cB yard. Ail Good Washing Colors- HI I d\ J^^w* We have J1113* ®P©^©^ ®^&' stock of BLANKETS FOR THE WIPjSTER, So Natural I f 1/ jJ? Grey and White- We hawe reserved some for ©yrselves., Balance sell at |r^ Single Beds - - Pot Out Price, 10s- 6d. pair. . I ^op . Three-quarter Bed „ „ ,a 13s- 6d- pair., I LI \ Double Bed - - „ 9, 9, 16s. 6d. pair. Ill 1 1 ^^mnuBnin| Kmromim^ami»mmZSSSr| |»wmmmimm^MBw^^M»mro^| fSm...

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DAIRY SUPERVISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 3 April 1909

DAIRY SUPERVISION. At the last meeting of the Blue Mountain Shire Council the Clerk brought forward a plea for the proper supervision of Dairies, arid to our minds it was most timely. There was not the most remote reflection on any of the existing dairies within the Shire, but it pointed out the necessity for watchfulness on the part of the Council to see that the source of the milk supply which enters so largely into daily use, should be absolutely pure, and free from that contamination which follows in the wake of dairies which are not kept thoroughly clean. It is a most remarkable thing that of all the sources of food supply milk has previously received the least atten tion, and it is unquestionably the most im portant, because it is the principal food of the great maj ority of young children . It is a fact beyond dispute that in a large number of cases cleanliness in the dairy is unknown, and not a single precaution is taken to ensure cleanliness. In Denmark, Sweden, Belgium, an...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 3 April 1909

To Contributors and Others. Correspondence is invited upon all matters affecting the general welfare of tile district of tfie Blue Mountains. It should be accompanied by the signature of the writer, and the name when a nom de-plume is used, will be regarded as strictly con fidential. Descriptive articles, short stories, versie, etc., will be acceptable. Changes of address should be notified without delav. otherwise the Editor cannot be held respon sible for the non-receipt of the paper. No notice will be taken of anonymous communi cations. Copy must be in not later than Thursdajr noon to ensure insertion. Advertisements must be sent in not laiier than Friday morning. Subscription Rates. 12 Months . . . 10s. 6d. 6 ' ... 5s. 9d. 3 ' . .... 3s. . Strictly in Advanck. Copies may be had from following : — Katoomba — MuijyANY & Co., Main Street. KlTCH & CO., A. GiiyCHRiS'r, Katoomba Street. H. A. Bundy, H. PHII.TylPvS, ' Leura — F. J. Cornijtt, Iyeura Mall. A. G. Fowxer, '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 3 April 1909

jC*&^^\ To this IyADiHS ok Katoomba and District! tlW^I — r* a/2/ Ssl Level Street, Katoomba, y^|l ^\ HIGH-CLASS CORSETIERE. / TS^/'!/f?t^^cftA AT HoiMi-; at I/ovuiy St. to Clients Wkdnksdays, 3 to 9 p.m. / / W ^i^lVrli / ( Vtyp^f^jlv 1SJOW that winter is approaching-, many ladies are having tailor - V \ \^fw\^^}V' mades, and what is more essential to the success of a tail or - \ \ vlV/A^'V'l made than a well-fitting Corset? Nurse Coan is highly gratified \. \ J)\\ \§\ jf/ \ to announce that she is in receipt of extremely satisfactory reports ^\\w\(h \\W\ \ from the leading lady residents of Katooniha and lyeura on the work r/m // \uflt \ \ '^ompljshed by her' for them. Nurse is prepared to give the same Jw l^iu \ satisfaction to each one of her clients. lyadies may be fitted by r^L-- (' '' ll '/ \ appointment in their own homes. Kach figure made a distinct //, jyiTf^sJ /'I Kl ) study. Nurse does not ask. for deposits: her terms are Cash on /// '/7/ In?' ll I receipt of orde...

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Once Bitten. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 3 April 1909

Once Bitten. I was cycling along a country road at an easy pace when a tramp pretended to have been knocked down by me as I passed? Getting up again with an assumption of great physical suffer ing, he demanded pecuniar}' compensation. I was so indignant at the clumsy attempt to knock money out of me that I seized him and thumped him, shook him, kicked him, and finally filing him into a brook by the roadside. He scrambled out and scurried awav as fast as his aching limbs would let him. An intensely amusing sequel happened a week later, when I did really knock this same tramp down. Jumping off my machine, I put it against the edge and ran back to apologise, but the man took to his heels, although I ran some distance after him, being really anxious to know whether I » had hurt him, and ready— on this occasion — to give him monetary recompense. But he must have thought that I believed that he had again only shammed being run over, and that I was bent on giving him another thrashing, for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 3 April 1909

LAND BARGAINS. T7OR RKSKRVHJ) SAIJC for CASH, the follow -*- lowing Ivots. Torrens Title. IyI$URA. — Portion 12.1, Brasfort, near lyeura Public School. 9ac. Ird. 3.1 per. ^'91. WKNTWORTH FALylyS.— lyake View Estate. ?. Ivot 14, 37 X per., ^15, and lyot 37, 2 rds. 25 H per. Reservation Purchase only effected by Purchaser signing Contract for Sale. IvUX, ' I-Iolliugton,' COOGEK. £1,000 ~J%~ iii.ooo Value ) FIRST \ Value £500. i OKKAT PR1ZK. i £500. Or Twelve Months' Trip Round the World tind £100 in Conn for ONE PERSON, nnd Eight Monthc for TWO. NoTK--Thc Committee, haviuw paid full value for the work of art, is prepared to find a Purchaser for same at the adver tised amount, if the winner so desires, also for Hie Second and Third Prizes. Second : Value £100. Third : Value £50. And 97 other Prizes, totalling £1,000. EBGHT HOURS' GREAT ART UNION. 53rd Year-Oldest and Most' l'opular--53rd Year. Procccdn in Aid of the HospitalB and Public Charities of Aufltruliu. Prizes will 1)0 delivere...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 3 April 1909

7 Katoomba St., - Katoomba, and at Le^ra. Our Small Goods a Treat. Tel. 43, Kat. J. W. MAR5H, Saddle and Harness Maker. Sundries of every description »Stocked. Also Hoots and Shoics. Corner of Katoomba & Main Streets, Katoomba. Visitors to; Katoomba should not fail to sec: Hydro Majestic & Hotel,, ..MEDLOW BATH. The most suiiiptuously appointed Pleasure Resort in' ?,'. ;.New South 'Wales. 1000 Acres of the most Beautiful Private (Vrounds surround .the Hydro, nuvkjuK' it the best place on the Mountains td'spend a day pienieisiny. If your arrangements prevent you stopping at the Hydro, well, come aloiiH'. and have a lunch there. Motor Car Trips Daily to Jenolan Caves. If you arc Koinw to the Caves, rin^ up M'HONFy 29, KATOOMJ1A.. and a seat will he kept for you Where to Stay. TV/TRS. COCHRAN, ' Manordean ,' Wentworth iVX Falls. Accommodation for Eight. 25s. per week. ROARD AND RESIDENCE.— Miss O'Rourkil J-' 'Hillside,' Wentworth Falls. Select. Ex cellent Cusine. Centra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 3 April 1909

Municipality of Katoomba. ESTIMATES UNDER SECTION 142, lyOCAI, GOVERNMENT ACT OK 1906. TVTOTICE is hereby given that at a duly convened -L^ Meeting of the Council of this Municipality held on Tuesday, 30th March, 1909, the following ESTIMATES were submitted to the Council in pursuance of the provisions of the above Act and adopted, viz. : ~ . (a) The amount of the proposed expenditure out of the fund to which the proceeds of the rate are to be carried, ^2084 18s 4d. (b) The amount in hand available for such ex penditure, £63 lls Id. (c) The amount of other revenue likely to be available for such expenditure, ^'423 15s 9d. (d) The amount required to be raised by the rate for such expenditure, ^'1597 lls 6d. (e) The total value of the land on which the rate is to be levied, ^'250,191. (f) The rate proposed to be made and levied on the Unimproved Value as above, 2d in the £ (proceeds subject to rebates and other deductions.) ESTIMATES UNDER SECTION 143 OF THE IvOCATv GOVERNMENT ACT of ...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
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Katoomba Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 3 April 1909

Katoomba Municipal Council. ?' The fortnightljr meeting took place on Tuesday evening. Present : The Mayor (in the chair), Aldermen Bronger, Goyder, Duff, Lindeman, Dash, Kitch, and Davies, with the Council Clerk (Mr. H. Quinan). The minutes of last meeting were read, and after slight correction, confirmed. The customary mass of correspondence was dealt with. VALUER'S REPORT. The Valuer reported having completed his valua tion of all ratable property within the Munici pality on the unimproved capital value, the im proved capital value, and the assessed annual value subject to the provisions of the Act and Or dinances as set out in the valuation book now be fore the Council, and submits the following esti mates of rate limits. Part 1. — I-yimit of general rate and additional general rates taken together : -- The unimproved capital value of all ratable land in the municipality to be ^250,191. The assessed annual value of all ratable land in the municipality to be ,£28,400. 2d in the £...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 3 April 1909

DR. D. D. JAMIESON has taken over the Prac tice lately held by Dr. W. Newton, and may be consulted at ' Ravenscraig, ' Katoomba Street. 'POR SAI/E.— DUCKS and FOWlyS, Cheap. J- G. PAINE, 'Froma,' Katoomba. '[7 OR SAI/E. —Those about to lay FOOTPATHS J- or GARDEN WAI/KS can have the. material ready to lay down at the price of Tar, already mixed. Apply, GAS WORKS, KATOOMBA. LOST between 'Clytha,' Mount Street, and Bathurst road, Turquoisu and Pkari, Pun dant.. Reward on returning to 'Clythn. ' DON'T miss securing a Ticket for the GRAND SOClAIv on Wj-;dni-;sday, Aprii, 14. Double Tickets, 4s. ; Single, 2s. 6d. T? OR SAI/E. -SPRING CART and HARNESS. J- X»'5 cash. Apply C. h. DASH, U«ura. by the Pupils of Mount St. Mary's College, Assisted by Ex-Pupils. Vocal! and instrumenlteS Music and a Grand Japanese Opera, in the OLD MASONIC HALL, KATOOMBA. 1 Easter IViojiday., April 1 2. Doors Open at 7.30 p.m. Concert begins at 8. TICKETS : Reserved Scats, 3s. ; Back Seats, 2s. Box Plan at Mcdlico...

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Varia. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 3 April 1909

. Varia. In quoting from the ' Sydney Morning Herald' of 1853 in one of my jottings, I mentioned that the price was threepence for a small sized sheet of four pages. In 1857 the 'Herald' consisted of eight pages, and the price was fourpence. In the issue of October 29th of that year a report of the Trustees was printed, with reference to the foun dation of the Sydney Grammar School. There were 80 applicants for the various Masterships at Hip spiinni. inrimlimr mnnv sphninrs of biirh dis tinction. W. J. Stephens.Ksq., M.A., (Queen's College, Oxen.) was the first headmaster. The school was opened on Monday, August 3rd, 1857, with 110 pupils. The site in College street cost /12,000. Paij, MAiviy. — Pall Mall, the famous London street, generally pronounced Pell Mell, owes its name to pell mell, a game which was formerly played in St. James' Park, and which is said to have been the precursor of golf. Pepys in his diary speaks of \St. James' Park, where I saw the Duke of York playing pele...

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FIXING THE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 3 April 1909

FIXING THE RATES. Aid. Goyder move.d that 2d in the ,£ be the rate on all property in the Borough for the ensuing 12 months. Seconded by Aid. Kitch. Aid. Duff moved as an amendment that the rate be l-%d- It was not fair to the ratepayers. They could afford to do it. Seconded by Aid. Dash. Aid. Bronger would like to know how the dif ferent rates were divided. There was ^1100 owing. The whole of the money available should be taken into consideration when striking the rate, and a proper effort made to get the rates in. There will be ;£*1000 practically lying idle, or owing. He supported the amendment, in fact he thought l^d would be sufficient. Aid. Goyder wanted to know if the arrears were to be got in or not. There was lots of work to be done, and they should not be reducing the rate. He wanted to see the asphalt footpaths extended, more tree planting, and there were heaps of ways in which the town should be beiiefitted. The roads should be property metalled, at present they were san...

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The Dying Child. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 3 April 1909

The Dying Child. The radiant sun was setting. The moon was rising high ; The' waves wore robes of silver, Aiid sparkling was the sky, And in a lttle cottage ? Was a maiden lying ill. iiie moonueams kissed Her tiny cheek, And everything was still. But someone was beside her ; And in her robe of white, She took the little maiden . To further realms of light. Now that little bed is empty, But a careworn mother stands Gently gazing to the moonbeams, And folded are her hands. Her lips are moved in. whispers, , And her head is bended low, ; As she prays with gentle movements, ' l Oh, take care of little Flo. ' '

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Wedding. BROOKS—SKEEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 3 April 1909

Wedding. Brooks — Skicj.cn.- On Wednesday afternoon last. a quiet but pretty wedding1 was celebrated at S. Hilda's Church, Katopmba, ' by the Rev. J. F. S. Russell. The bride was Miss Charlotte Skeen, daughter of Mr. John Skeen, of the* Kanimbla Valley, and the bridegroom, Mr. Frederick William Brooks, also of the Kanimbla Valley. The bride, who was dressed in an appropriate costume of cream cash mere with hat to match, and carrying a bridal bouquet, was attended by Miss J. Perkins, as , bridesmaid. Mr. 8. Skeen was best man. Mr. Mayor James is calling a meeting of ladies and gentlemen for the purpose of arranging for Hospital Saturday on the 10th April, in aid of the Nepeau Cottage Hospital. It is hoped the cause will com mend itself in such a way as to give our worthy Mayor a good meeting to preside over. * * :|: Mr. Tom Murphy is again piloting Baker's Cronojector along this way, and the Company will appear in the Masonic Hall on Tuesday evening next. Miss Ethel Leslie (late of R...

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LAWSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 3 April 1909

I LAW5ON. I [From our Own Correspondent.] With the approach of Easter our village is gradually filling up, and there is every prospect of having a bumper house. Dur ing this week three properties have changed hands. The preparations for the Easter Monday sports are well in hand, and the Ivawson Progress Association, under the guidance of the President (Mr. W. G. Staples) and the secretary (Mr. W. IyOw cioii/, aie uumg ctii nicy can tu eimuic llic residents and visitors to spend a pleasant day on the Recreation Ground. Mr. Courtney Smith, President of the N.S.W. Women's Christian Temperance Union, paid a visit to L,awson, last week and held a meeting in the Church of Eng land Hall, when it was resolved to form a one here. At the first meeting of the Union the following officers were elected : Presi dent, Mrs. Buttsworth ; Treasurer, Mrs. Stanley Allen ; Secretary, Mrs. Plum. The Goivkjno AJ3OVic tjtk Ci,oi;ds, TvHura. [/Vio'/o by Fowler, Lcura. late Miss PVances Willard, President of...

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Letters to the Editor. [We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our contributors.] TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 3 April 1909

Letters to the Editor. I. We do not. necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our contributors.! TO 'JMIIC EDITOR. Sir, --I was much interested in your remarks re psychical matters at the close of your report of a recent. entertainment in the Masonic Hall. Of course, Conjurors can imitate some of the phen omena commonly called spiritualistic. Upon a specially prepared platform they can give what the v term 'exnosnrps 1J nf ppi^-iimi-ml m^rKi-imc But they cannot come casual 1)' into your house or mine and produce effects which some of us can vouch for. More than thirty years of critical and sceptical investigation have 'convinced me of the genuineness of many phenomena which go to prove the reality of life beyond the change called death, and the possibility (under proper conditions) of intercommunication between this world and ' that which is sometimes denominated 'The Un seen Realm.' I venture to say that anyone, who will go into the investigation seriously and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 3 April 1909

^Sife H™|B- BLj |J Brit B»J Eh jjr *$8tw Fruiterer and 'rwiW Miff ^^B^ect loner, i«p BLACKHEATH Clioicc-Kl I ''nil Is mid ViwUiblcs ol' tlic Sc/isnii. Orders delivered daily, I(eadiiiK brands of Con feel ionery. All kinds of Summer Drinks. Bicycles for Hire. Repairs and Sundries. Agent for Bennett & Woods' Cyctes.

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