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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 8 May 1909

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Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 8 May 1909

Telephone 56, Kat. *| The Phone is handy. / 5 RING UP § ft* mm^ ^Bt y By Exam., Svd. University. I* r- a 2* jpOR the many necessities required from a *J *? lyarge and Up-to-Date Chemist's stock. J: . Medicines sent to all parts of the Moun- £, U tains by mounted messenger. & 7 DISPENSING OF DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTIONS 7 Jf Made a special feature of my business. X / Everything at Sydney Prices. / (, Corner of Park and Main Streets, Katoomba. (»

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 8 May 1909

(fe Telephone 61, Kat. MAIN STREET, KATOOMBA. ' (l- ]) Painless Extractions, Guaranteed. Fee, 2s. 6d. Artificial Teeth, Complete Set from £2 2s jj // Crown and Bridge Work. Gold Inlays and Porcelain Inlays at moderate prices. Gold Fillings, Platinum Fillings, etc. Nitrous-Oxide Gas // (/ administered when required. Consultation Free. DO NOT FORGET LOCATION. f L /JD Dentist: ALFRED SELLER, Main St., near Post Office, Katoombo. N.B. — Patients visited at their own Homes by appointment. G\Y

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 8 May 1909

- ? ? ? o Which Spread Over Body, Head and Limbs —No Rest or Sleep for Mother or Child— Doctor Would Not Let Him be Bathed— Tiny Sufferer Grew Worse Every Day. ? ?? « ~ FOUND A PERFECT CURE IN CUTICURA ? a 'My little boy was born with his legs and the lower part of his body covered with eczema. I told the doctor about it. He gave me a lotion for it and told me not to wash the little one. I car ried out my orders until his head, face and shoulders were covered with the humour. Then I informed the doctor that the lotion was doing no good. Pie' gave me a different lotion and an oint ment, but still insisted on saying not to1 bathe the baby. I used the remedies but he got no better. There was no rest, no sleep for baby or myself and I was worn out. Baby was very thin and seemed to be getting worse every' day. I resolved to give the Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment a trial. I am thankful to-day that I did for one set cured him. He is as fat now and sleeps as well as any child of fifte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 8 May 1909

Peasants who wear Pearls. The Servian peasant woman is usually the owner of fine seed pearls, with which her scarlet fez is embroidered. These pearls are family heirlooms, handed down from generation to generation, and their value is from twenty to thirty pounds. The scarlet fez is one of the minor details of a most picturesque national costume. The peasant woman wears a full skirt of silk or wool, Her corsets are worn outside and covered with a crossed piece of gauze. Over this conies a bolero made of tanned skin, with the fur or wool inside; the bolero reaches below the waist at the back and opens in the front, and the skin is often era broided in gold or silver. The skirt is partly covered with a wollen apron, hand-embroidered in gay colors, without which the dress would not be considered complete. lyife is a treasure only when you spend it freely. Consider how stupid it would be if every one told the truth. Ther'd be no conversation.

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE HOME PAGE. Our Ladies Lady. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 8 May 1909

[?] By Myona. Our Ladies Lady. ' The many make the household, but only one the home.' As a spider spins his web, .so it is the wife and mother who creates the atmosphere of the home. Her hand is the shuttle which weaves the pattern of the household she presides over. But it takes a dash of genius to play the role of wife and mother to anything like perfection. To manage a man, to train sons with strength ?tempered with tenderness, to 'mother ' a family of girls, keep and make asocial circle, do her duty to household, neighbors, and servants, is no easy task. This is shown by the number of houses divided against themselves, by mothers at war with their children — especially their daughters — by the husbands and wives who live at sixes and sevens. Tlie code of honor for a wife and mother is severe and exacting. A home cannot be ruled by heart alone. Head, method, and discipline are needed. A fond, foolish wife spoils her husband and turns out frail, feeble- willed children. The hard w...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 8 May 1909

A GRAND CONCERT Will be tfivtMi l-y the pupils of MT. ST. MARY'S COLLEGE, KATOOMBA ? Assisted by ex-pupils, lw'.f'f''-,; in the Blackheath Public Hall, Wednesday Evening May 12, 1909, !

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Brainy Wife. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 8 May 1909

The Brainy Wife. Should a man marry a woman for her in telligence ? This question recently aroused great interest in America. No man, we are told, ever yet married a woman on account of her brains. When a man falls in love with a clever woman he does so in .spite of her brilliancy, and not because of it.t- 'For this reason,' writes Dorothy Dix, ' no smart woman ever lets men find out how smart she is, if she has ai^ designs on a wedding ring. ' Of course, many intellectual women do get married, but when they do you will find that they have either had money or some alluring feminine charm to offset their grey matter, or else were shrewd enough to keep .very quiet about how much they knew. ''And yet a man can do far worse than to pick out a wife by her brains. THIS INVINCIBLE HUSBAND. ' ' A smart wife is the very best sort of partner, for a woman who is capable of understanding and entering into her hus band's plans adds a certain quality of in tuition and tact to his fighting equipme...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our Economic Value. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 8 May 1909

Our Economic Value. 'Way over in America — where so many, strange things happen, and not only in the meat-packing establishments and the art-school either! — a tor nado or something- equally picturesque, has blown into the public eye a learned gentleman who is by way of being a great authority on physical econo mies, and can tell you off-hand to a ha'penny just exactly how much you are worth in money. The learned gentleman does not profess to be able to, weigh in with an. exact statement of the amount of loose cash you may happen to have lying round' in various parts of your clothing, or hidden away in an old sock under the piano, or even of the sum you will have (d.v.) when you collect the insurance on the little fire you have arranged for the evening of Tuesday fortnight. That is not his line of business at all. By your value in money, he means your economic va,lue ; and everybody who wants to find fault with his assessment will have to go to Portland, Maine, for satisfaction: for...

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 — 8 May 1909

Friend, when a cold invades the nose, And damp the daily hanky grows, When racking coughs distract the breast, And rob you of your nightly rest. And shooting pains in chest and joint To pulmonary troubles point — What can once more good health ensure, ; Why, simply Woods' Great Peppermint Cure:

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Good Advice to Girls. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 8 May 1909

Good Advice to Girls. There is little excuse for the girl who marries a bad-tempered man. Ill-temper, like murder, will out. The man who kicks his dog possibly ma}' end by beating his wife. The suitor who is plainly put out when his fiancee keeps him waiting will be less patient with his wife ; and the man who loses his temper over a game of cards, or of tennis, and blames his partner, is not the sort of man to whom to tie one's hopes of future happiness.

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Devilgrams. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 8 May 1909

Devilgrams. A wife is like a monocle — without it the eye sight is clearer. .. . ? There is only one true woman — the other fellow's wife. When the tigeress has already swallowed her man, the other man has nothing to fear from her. What men call a code of ethics was devised by the strong in order that they might rule the-; weak. 'People who are content to be poor stay poor. The rich have arranged all that. lie who spurns the good things of life has not' lived. .'?.??'

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 — 8 May 1909

For Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is 6d.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 8 May 1909

HoteS Oriental, SpririgwootiL A HiKli-Clttss Residential Hotel, coiumnudiiuv exlcnsiv views of sutToundliifr country. Magnificent Drives obtaitini ble, and beintr only -I7 miles from Sydney offers exceptional attractions to motorists. Excellent Golf Links only asliorl distance, from the Motel. Terms from 30s. to 50s. per week. ,'or 7s. 6d per day. ' Apply, MISS 1)AK1,OW.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 8 May 1909

It has been calculated that about 8,000 persons vanish every year without leaving any trace in the dominions of the British Kmpire. W~ Tel. 17, Kutoombu. 'U I ' DRYBURGH,' J | Katoomba & lRfaratah Sts^i Katoomba. j DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. I Classes for Klocution, Physical Culture, I Dancing- and Painting. I Non-pupils can join any of these classes. I For Prospectuses applj' to i LThc Misses L.ENTHAL 1 At Home Wednesday and Saturday, «n£f

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 8 May 1909

S-£^&h\ 1A0 TI-IK I, A DIES OF KATOOMBA AND DlSTKICT ! ? ^sJ)y ^\ : Love! Street, Katoomfoa, y^l \ HIGH-CLASS CORSETIERE. /^y~^W(y^^^S^\ A'r Homi$ at IvOvkl, St. to Cj.ikxts Wkdnusdays, 3 To 9 p.m. / ( y^ys-^^^jlv IV]' OW that winter is approaching, many ladies are having tailor l \ vJJvWW^V uuides, and what is more essential to the success of a tailor \ \ vM\npwi made tluin a.' welMtting Corset ? Nurse Coan is highly gratified x^ \ yJ/( Xlfl'Jx \ ^° nlinounce that she is in receipt of extremely satisfactory reports ^\s4r\/A W/f\ \ 'from the leading lady residents of Katoomba and lyeurn on the work MZrft*nlfl\ \ 'i^onipli«he;l by her for them. Nurse is prepared to give the same $r l^rU \ 'satisfaction to. each one of her clients. ladies may be fitted by )'' - $ Jl\'l \ . appointment in their own homes. Kaeh figure made a distinct //jyjff^kj )il I/ ) study. Nurse does not n&k for deposits : her terms are Cash on III I llf^L'y I receipt of order. Maternity and Abdomina...

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Congregational Church Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 8 May 1909

Congregational Church Concert. A large and appreciative audience gather ed at the Congregational Church, Ka toomba , on Wednesday evening to enjoy a concert organised to swell the general -fund of the church. The chair was occupied by the Rev. W. J. Grant and the accompanists were Miss Walker and Mr. S. Timbrell. Mr. .Timbrell opened the programme with a pianoforte selection and well deserv ed the appreciation given by the audience. Miss Doris Bundy, though suffering from a severe cold, gave a sweet rendition of '( Sing me to Sleep,' and later recited 'The Legend of the Organ Builder.' Miss Boorman's violin solos were received with well merited applause. Two solos only were down for this popular violinist, but as Miss Boorman is leaving the district and it will probably be some time before we hear her again, a third .solo was called for and given with the same master-hand as her previous pieces. Miss James favored with two .solos, entitled, ' Idle Words ' and ' A Song of Sleep, 'whi...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 8 May 1909

School of Arts ^^ ijvlllllll 111 ill lo% SSiwS LIBRARY.— 3000 vols. All Daily and Weekly ', . Newspapersl BILLIARD ROOM. ? Visitors enrolled, 6cl. ner clay ; Is. ner week ; Is. 6d. per month. I j .''? ??i.'u ! ? ?; b ?? . I «? ?'. ' ?ilr.ji/'H, / -,\ n\ i.-'.i. ;i:,ii 'i|' ?

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Varia. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 8 May 1909

Varia. If it be a fact that the Council has decid ed to build a costly Town Hall for Ka toomba in Park-street, without consulting the ratepayers, it is certain that a very large number of those interested in the well-being and progress of the township will . be considerably disappointed. The history of the last five years should teach us to expect great improvements in the place within the next ten or twenty years. One by one the business men have made their way towards Katoomba-street and that portion of Main-street which is adjacent to the Railway Station. The Post Office will be situated there as well, and since the removal into Katoomba-street of the School of Arts, which in former years had a lan guishing existence in Park-street, has come along with leaps and bounds. The argu ment is advanced by those who are interest ed in other potions of the town, that it is a mistake to have all the principal places in one street. But in every city there is some one street that is more sou...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 8 May 1909

GOVERNMENT ADVERTISEMENT. Department of Public Works, Sydney, 29th April, 1909. ATTENTION is directed to Gazette Notice in viting TENDERS for ERECTION of POST OFFICE' at WENTWORTH FALLS. Tenders will be received up to 24th May, 1909. hal.42. WANTED.— A GENERAL for Wentworth Falls. Small private family. Apply MRS. WOODHILL, Wentworth Falls. LOST.— Between Medlow Bath and Kanimbla and Kanimbla Valley, GOLD CABLE BANGLE. Reward. MRS. FOY, the Hydro, Medlow Bath. . ? ' ___ NOTICE. ON and after SUNDAY (to-morrow) the PRICE of MILK will be 5d per quart till further notice. J. DICKSON. FOR SALE AT ONCE.— Massive Bedroom Suite cost 17 guineas, will sell for £9. Walnut Hallstand, bevelled edged mirrors, Double Bed steads with kapoc bedding. Mangle, Crockery Household Utensils. ' ' Liskard, ' ' Cascade street.^ CARPENTERING. MR. J. PANNELL is available for all KINDS of GENERAL REPAIRS. Park Strj$j$t, Katoomba. A SPLENDID INVESTMENT. j GOYDER BROS. HAVE been favored with instructions by the Pe...

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