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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 3 April 1909
Palace Avenue., Lawson.X ^ GENERAL STORE. / %Q& / I test I-ir.'iiicls --f / £\fi ^ Grocery and Produce, / ^«OV /' Drapery, Boots, Shoeay^ -£!%&ii /' Crockery, Iroinmon- / JSr '%d / 0-v gery, Patent Medi-/ /^®h / )/ cines, &c. / ^/ / II / A # I'roinpt (k'Hvor.vX #w « / to all purls of / « r*\ J A.u'enl. for — '''Vi V PETROL, I / CL^ /Anderson's Seeds, / X^ / ®alcer .& &ollse's / J\fi / Photographic Goods. laSJ^r / All conuiiunicalioiis will receive ^ / prompt mid careful attention. 7 (UNION'S, late Wilson's), ' '*? .LA.WSON, ? ?♦? Where the Finest FRUIT on the Mountains is grown, supplies J/ruil. of the Choicest Quality in .any quantity at LOWEST PRICES. Visitors are Cordially Invited to Inspect.
Woman's Rights. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 3 April 1909
Woman's Rights. Oh, those boasted ' ' rights of women, ' ' Rights, of which so much is said ! Yet what are they ? Can you tell me, Wedded wife, or learned maid ? 'Tis a vexed and vexing question, Which I fain would understand, Often asked, but never answered, Oh, my sisters in the land ! In the days lang syne,. I'm thinking, Hearts were just as brave and true ; Woman's work was never wanting For a woman's hand to do. T'was our privilege and duty To .shed light on earth's dark- ways, Though we never talked or dreamed of 'Woman's rights' in those old days ! Oh ! lang syne, lang syne, my sisters. There were women standing by When the Saviour's feet went toiling Up the steps of Calvary. Women soothed the pain and anguish Of those hours, so dread and dim ; . Theirs the right, so sweet, yet awful, E'en to minister to Him ! Such sweet rights are ours for ever, : Oh, my sisters in the land ! Rights of ministry and mercy To be wrought with heart and hand. Think of that those 'rights' you tal...
The Home Page. Fashions and Fancies. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 3 April 1909
The Home Page. By Myona. Fashions and Fancies. Autumn once more, Autumn with almost a touch of Winter in it too, and yet with Summer playing hide-and-seek as well. One scarcely knows what to wear, so swiftly ?does the weather change from hour to hour. But as to what one is going to wear, that is another story. Oh, the glory of the Pitt-street windows, the Block corners, and I ail me otnei corners, wiui me weaim 01 ? Autumn goods. If I could only gather you in with one wide sweep and let you stand !j .and gaze with me ; but to tell. you of them, I I scarcely know where to begin. . It must 1 be indeed true that we Australians are a j| racing people, for everywhere we see crea , j tions labelled ' ' For the Cup, ' the Kaster | Meeting, ' ' the Doncaster, ' ? ' for Rand I wick,' etc. I searched most carefully up and down, and in and out, and nowhere ?could I see one single little ticket for ' ' the home.' j As to the creations themselves. This i year there is but one material ' ' Charme...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 3 April 1909
In Memoriam. &nbsp; SMEDLEY. — In sad but loving memory of our dear father, John Smedley, who departed this life at Katoomba, March 31st, 1908. I often sit and think, dear father, When I am all alone, For memory is the onlyfriend That grief can call its own. I think of yon in silence, Dad, No eye may see me weep ; But loving in my bosom, Your memory I will keep. Inserted by his loving daughter and son-in-law, Alice and James Dowling, Wentworth Falls. &nbsp; SMEDLEY.— In sad but loving memory of my dear husband, John Smedley, who departed this life at Katoomba, March 31st, 1908. Dearest husband, we have laid thee In the peaceful grave's embrace, But thy memory will be cherished Till I meet your Heavenly face. It seems a month, and not a year That brings to memory all. There's nothing left for me to see But your loving photo on the wall. Inserted by his sorrowful wife, Emma Jane, and children, Reta and Fred. SMEDLEY.— In sad but loving memory of our dear father, JOHN S...
WOODFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 3 April 1909
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The Care of Children. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 10 April 1909
The Care of Children. Instructive Lecture by Dr- Roth, the Government Medical' Inspector. At the invitation of Mr. Roberts, the Headmaster of the- Smith Street Public School, Balmain, a large number of parents assembled on Thursday afternoon last to listen to a lecture by Dr. Roth, the Medical I inspector, on me ciiiterent ailments scholars are subject to, and their effects through I life if not properly cared for while the ! children were young. The lecture was I: illustrated, and proved intensely interest |; ing. Dr. Roth began by explaining the ! symptoms of various diseases, by which |: parents could be pretty sure what given ii symptoms signified, and what to do. He || dealt with the eyes first, being of para | mount importance, explaining what is |; meant by long sight and short sight, their |; causes and effects, and the clangers result i'; ing from neglect, but which can be easily i; and speedily corrected and cured if taken I; ? in time, otherwise a child's career may pro ;...
Love Much. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 10 April 1909
Love Much. Xvove much. Karth has enough of bitter in it. Cast sweets into its cup whene'er you can. No heart so hard but love at last may win it. Love is the grand primeval quest of man, All hate is foreign to the first great plan. Iyove much. Men's souls contract with cold sus picion. Shine on them with warm love and they expand. 'Tis love, not creeds, that from a lowr condition Leads mankind up to heights supreme and grand. Oh. that the world could see and understand !
Health Chats with Women. HOW TO KEEP WELL IN WINTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 10 April 1909
Health Chats with Women. HOW TO KEEP WELL IN WINTER. Common sense, combined with ordinary care, should suffice to keep anybody Jiealthy all through the winter. Half the illnesses at this season are clue to ignorance, and most of the remainder to carelessness, or to the opposite condition — over-coddling. Most business girls neglect their health shamefully. In winter^, especially they take no precautions against chill and damp ; they wear thin-soled shoes and flimsey * underclothing, and then grumble at their ill-luck when they are laid up for a couple of weeks with influenza. In most cases they 'have entirely them selves to blame. The most important pur chase the business girl who goes out to work every day of the week has to make at the beginning of winter is a good, thick soled pair of boots. Damp feet are respon sible for a great deal of illness in winter. Few girls realise that their health and looks depend very much upon their footgear. Thin stockings and paper soles mean pallo...
The Home Page. Fashions and Fancies. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 10 April 1909
The Home Page. By Myona. . Fashions and Fancies. The Season's Greetings.' I have found a colour note for you. The colour ? of the season is, I verily believe, going to be amethyst. There will be other colours worn as well , but there you have the key note. Talking of key-notes makes one wish that some people would keep to key notes and. not try playing variations all up and down the scale. Figure to yourselves the shock I got when I met the following walking down .King-street. Yes, really, that was the im pression I got, ? for the wearer was quite a ?secondary consideration. Hat, hat, hat, dominated all. It was built of green silk and lined with amethyst of just that shade of amethyst that should never go with green. On the left side a feather began and continued to meander round the back of the hat and fell in a shower of plumes over the wearers shoulder. Massed on the left side, where the feather was not, were roses quite ten inches in diameter, and the wearer of this erection — I...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 10 April 1909
^HMM-wrt-r- ? iu-m.,-—. ?— nm»_ ? „...,„ „., ? „„ ? „,_ -r_mn ? i ? ? -anamaa^ ^C^$tk\ 1A° TH]'- IyADIlCvS OK KATOOMBA AND DISTRICT ! h^Z&WM ? _a#/ v-(- Lovel Street, Katoomfoa, /?^l H HIGH-CLASS CORSETIERE. / V-^fc' i^/m^^lS'm A'r HoM1'' AT l-vovui, -S'.r. to Cjviknts Wkdnushays, 3 To 9 p.m. ' ( x^^^^^jy 'Nf °^ ^mt 'vv'lter ^-s approaching, many ladies are having tailor - I \ ^m'W\ilf^V modes, and what is more essential to the success of a tailor \ \ yNkwvlr\ made than a well-fitting1 Corset ? Nurse Coan is highly gratified \ \ AnXII ffl \ *° allll0Ullce that she is in receipt of extremely satisfactory' reports S\\^ Ih VW\ \ *rom ^ie. lending- lady residents of Kntoomba and I/evira on the work r/W ll(wil \ \ llt-ep m pi j si 1 ed by her for them. Nurse is prepared to give the same 4* If*1 nil \ satisfaction to each one of her clients. lyadies may ' be fitted by (''?' ? , (/ '? Inif \ appointment in their own homes, Kncli figure made a, distinct /'T^ff'^J' rl Kl i study. Nur...
Railway Time Table Blue Mountain Service. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 10 April 1909
loo Hni.iNli.ilMi.illii.jIMi.illli.illll.lllrMllli.lMli.lMh.tlllt.lllh.lMlt.lMh.nih.llllu In addition to the local service of Passenger Trains between Penrith and Mt. Victoria, passengers will also be conveyed by certain Goous Trains on the Mountains, the times of which can be obtained from Station Masters. ? FROM SYDNEY. ? , WEEK DAYS. i ' 1 ' I STATIONS. ? 'X-iTtTd/TyS ? WI?'D' ™DAY'S SATURDAYS SUNDAYS 'KXClJpWD Addl- A-lditionnl ADDITIONAL. SUNDAYS. am am am pm pm pm pm am pin pm am pm pra pm pm pm pm Sydney dep. .. 8 28 9*25 .. 5 26 7 30 9d 0 7 52 4- 8 4 55 7 521 25 2 25 6 15 7 0 8a,15 9d 0 Strathfield . .. -8 44 9/.40 .. .. 7 45 9dl5 8 8.. .. 8 8.. .. 6 31 7 15 8,r30 9dl5 Penrith ... 5 52 9 48 10/31 . . 6 18 8 37 lOd 690.. . . 9 0 2 32 3 23 7 23 8 10 9;c21 lOd 6 Spring-wood. 7 30 10 33 .. 2 50 6 56 9el6 ? 6 22 .. 3 1.5 4 0 8 8 8*49 ? Woodford. .7 4910 59 .. 3 97 15 ? 3 37 4«21 8 33 ? ?Hazelbrook . 7u5S 11 7 .. 3 15 7 21 ? 3 44 4ct27 8 41 ? Ivawson . . . 3 711 18 .. 3 27 7 33 9 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 10 April 1909
Grand Hotel, Lawson, FACING RAILWAY STATION. Ivtirtfe Airy Rooms. Splendid Billiard Table. First-class Table and I/iquors. Splendid Milk Supply for Families. Tariff: 8s. per day, 30s. arid 35s. per week. Specini Friday Night to Monclny MonihiK1 Tariff, 20s. Golf Thinks two minutes from Hotel. - Trips iirnuiffed to nil purls of the Mountains acd Jenolnu Gaves at Reasonable Rates. W. C. WORMALD, Proprietor.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 10 April 1909
Palace Avenue, Lawso-n. / ^ ^ GENERAL STORE. /o^V '- Best Krands of- / J*\* / , Grocery and Produce, / ^*^T / Drapery, Boots, Shoesy^ ^ -^^* / I Crockery, Jrommon-/^ JstfL ^* / gs gery, Patent Medi-/^ ^^^ / // : cines, &c. f ogr / (I IM'ompt delivery / ^^L a jr i to all parts of / * ^% f Agent for- - ?^T^y.^y PETROL, I / fir / Andierson^s Seeds, / \Fs^ / y j*^ji / Baker & Rouse*s / 0 1* / Photographic Goods. /jtf*yy * iJ- A ^9jr /a 11 communications will receive / prompt and careful attention. 1 *'m*'m*^mmmmmmm*mmmmmmmTmmm??mmT!!mTmmmm'^m'?mm*7mmT?yTmmm^^'m7'^^ ( LINTON'S, late Wilson's), ?♦; LAWSQN, + ; Where the Finest FRUIT on the Mountains is grown, supplies Fruit of the Choicest Quality in any quantity at LOWEST PRICES. Visitors are Cordially Invited to Inspect. M Grand View Hotel, g$ !;; WKNTWORTII FAI/IyS.. ;': W. P. WILSON, Pi«opriotor. . |, 1 r Two hundred yards from Railway Station, and 10 !;, minutes' drive or 20 tniiitttes' walk to Went- ' j'| worth Falls...
Carrington Public Bar. BOTTLE PRICE LIST. ALES [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 10 April 1909
[?] BOTTLE PRICE LIST. A.LES McEvvan's, Foster's, anu Bots. £ Bots Bulldog ... 1 4 ' . Oil Tooth's ... ... 0 9 LAGER Kupper & Franz Josef ... 1 4 Oil Beck's... ..., ... 1 4 0 11 Oarlsberg .... ... 1 4 0 11 Besch's ... ... 1 0 .. 0 8 STOUTS. Burke's Guinness' Stout ... I 4 0.11 'Tooth's ... ... 0 9 ? GINS. Key Gin ... ... 5 9 Wolfe's Schnapps ... 5 3 2 9 Dry Gin ... ... 4 6 ' — - ?Old Tom ... ... 4 6 BRANDIES. Augier Freres******** ... 12 0 Meukow's (extra old fine) Chxmpagne ... 10 6 Hen«ssy's*** ... ... 8 0 „ * ? ? 7 0 Marten's*** ... ... 8 0 „ * ? 7 0 ?Otard Dupuy*** ... 8 0 Penfold'H*** (9 yeai b old)... 5 6 'THE CARRINGTON' Special ... ... 5 6 Half- Flasks, 1/9, Flasks, 2/9 WHISKIES. .John Jameson *** ... 6 3 Bulloch Lade Special, Very Old ... ... 5 6 Buchanan ... . .„ 5 6 Crawford's ... ... 5 6 Oardhu , ... ... 5 3 Dewar... ... ... 5 3 Watson's No. 10 ... 5 3 Bulloch Lade, Very Old, Vatted ... ... 5 0 John Beggs Lochnagar j — 5 0 ? ...... Usher Special Reserve ... 5 0 W...
To Contributors and Others. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 10 April 1909
To Contributors and Others. Correspondence is invited upon all matters affecting the general welfare of the district or the 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, verse, etc., will be acceptable. Changes of address should be notified without delay, otherwise the Kditor cannot be held respon sible for the non -receipt of the paper. No notice will be taken of anonymous communi r««Hr-iis | Copy must be in not later than Thursday noon to ensure insertion. Advertisements must be sent in not later than Friday morning. | Subscription Rates. ; 12 Months .' . . 10s. 6d. 6 '... 5s. 9d. ! 3 '... 3s. 1 Stricti,y in Advance. , Copies may be had from following : — ?j Katoomba — Muu,any & Co., Main Street. KlTCH & CO., ' ] A. Grr.CHRrST, Katoomba Street. f H. A. Rundy, ' 'I H. Phitjjps, !.f Leura— F. J. CornkT'J\ lyeura Mall. !...
Wentworth Falls. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 10 April 1909
Wentworth Falls, j [From our Own Corkksi.jo.nih$nt.] A larger number of visitors have arrived ait i'$ Wentwcrth Falls this season than for some years :;!1 past, Toll's Hotel is packed, as it deserves to be, 'f for there is 110 better house on the Mountains, :|| and visitors, of the superior class are beginning to J^'j find out the pleasure, of spending a holiday there. ? \1 Most all the boarding houses are full up, while f 'The Pines ' looks like a young military camp -a with its number of terras erected in the spacious j) grounds. The 'overflow' enjoy, sleeping in !]; tents. It is not only aktreniely healthy, but is a , || pleasant experience. 11 ? ? ? .. ' 1
The Woman He Loved. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 10 April 1909
The Woman He Loved. Hester Blake finished sweeping the snow from her front porch, and then looked dubiously at the huge drifts lying across the road and the slate sky above. ' They won't come,' she assured herself. ' Cousin Emma'll never venture out such a day as this. It'll be the first Christmas I have ever spent alone.' She sighed uncon sciously as she re-entered the silent house. ' Mrs. Blake lived in the outskirts of the village of Clifton Hall. She kept a boy to chop the wood, had a cow and chickens, and lived in a comfortable way on a tiny income. She was 'Aunt Hester ' to all the young people of her acquaintance, which was a considerable number, for she was popular, this worn woman of fifty. Her , sad, blue eyes and faded brown hair had a compelling charm, even under the rusty black hat which she wore in winter and Summer alike, and when she smiled, your Turn Fjckns, Kudkrai, Pass. \Szvain & Co. heart went out to her. You could have told her your most intimate troubl...
THE FESTIVE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 10 April 1909
THE FESTIVE SEASON. Why Good Friday, the most sacred day of the year, should be looked forward to as a gala day by the greater portion of mankind baffles the imagination. The one day in all the year which should be devoted to contemplation, humiliation and prayer, is devoted to sport or to things ungodly. What must the judicious think of a people wno turn this most sacred or days into one of general enjoyment, liberty, and even un bridled licence. Year by \'ear the ' ' special attractions' provided to lure the people awa}' from the service of God is becoming greater and more varied until now it seems to be a settled condition of things that Church is the last place to be thought of. Need we look for a ' ' greater attrac tion' than the great Agricultural Exhibi tion in Sydney ? And do they not look to that day to furnish the biggest returns of the week ? Is it not a strange commentary that the Churches open for service but the congregatians ' have gone to the Show ?' It seems as thou...
LAWSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 10 April 1909
LAW5ON. [From our Own Corukspondjsnt.J With- the much needed and refreshing rain that fell on Moiida\' evening there should be every prospect of not only a fine Easter, but of glorious exhilarating weather during the holidays, and otir little village will be very full of visitors. Some of the boarding- houses have had to decline who, desired to sojourn here. Cot tages have been more in demand than can be supplied. I^awson is undoubtedly growing in popu lar favour, as a winter resort - as well as summer, ~ and we shall have to bestir our selves to cater, not only for the accommo dation, but also for the amusement of out visitors. Kaster Monday sports will be the great Tine Naurow Nk,ck. [P/io/o by Swam & Co. attraction: during tine holidays. *Stveml prizes' have been cloamUed,. and the varic its iteaws wilil: provide mutch eiijtertaiwmetiit. There fa to be racing, j;itn;ipiri;g, football, and wood chopping. A special Easter Song Service will be held in the Church of England o...