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

? L'C^rie -of -our Specialities is Butter, v ;- ;-v ' B'LAGK.HEATHii ? .????'?????? ? ;'s-.

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Can Photographs Inspire Love. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 8 May 1909

Can Photographs Inspire Love. It is never wise on a girl's part to hand her photograph round to every man who asks for it. Some men boast of their 'pic ture galleries ' of pretty women, and have no shame in rattling off their names to all their friends, making coarse comments and rude jests about them, and bragging of the conquests which each photograph repre sents. . . True, the men who would do this are. undesirable characters ; but does not nearly every girl meet undesirable characters under the guise of respectability ? It would cer tainly be much pleasanter if we could trust everybody that appears trustworthy, but we have learnt by example that it is impossible. Bit on the safe .side then, and, until yon know a man thoroughly, and feel that his expressed desire for your photograph is a result of sincere interest, do not be per suaded into giving him one ! It is a mistake, to imagine that a photo can of itself inspire love, as some girls fondly imagine. ? An honorable man asks f...

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

House, Land -& Estate Agent, .BLACKHEATH. Booking Office for Jeuolan Caves. {IfeWW Fruiterer and Fl mWl opposite Station, J|J|L BLACKHEATH. Choices!; Fruits -uu1 Vru-ctMbk'M of the Season. Orders delivered daily, l.eadinv: brands o( Confectionery. All '? kinds of Summer Drinks. Bicycles for Hire. Repairs and Sundries. Agent for Bennett & Woods' Cycles.

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

BOTTLE PR2CE LIST. A.LES McEwan's, Foster'*, and Bots. £ Bots Bulldog ... 1 4 Oil Tooth's .;. ...0 9 LAGER. Kuppet* & Franz Josef ... 1 4 0 11 Beck's... ... ... 1 4 0 11 ?Carlsberg ... ... 14 0 11 Resch's ... ... 1 0 0 8 STOUTS. Burke's Guinness'- Stout ... 1 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) Ch t'mpagne ... 10 6 Hen«spy's*** ... ... 8 0 * ... ... 7 0 Mart'ell's**' ... ... 8 0 * ? 7 0 ?Otard Dupuy*** ... 8 0 Penfold's*** (9 years old)... 5 6 ?'THE CARRINGTON' Special ... ... 5 6 Half Flasks, 1/9, Flasks, 2/9 WhJlSKIES. John Jameson ';::'::;: ... 6 3 Bulloch Lade Special, V.ery Old ... ... 5 6 Buchanan ... ... 5.6 ?Crawford's ... ... 5 6 ?Card 1 hi ... ... 5 3 Dewar... ... ... 5 3 Watson's No. 10 ' .;. 5 3 Bollocli Lade, Very Old, Vat.ted ... ... 5 '0 John Beings Lochnayar '... 5 0 Usher Special Reserve ... 5 0 Watson's No...

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

» n m' t\~7i /p- rrcv n Esn IR0N AND ZINC W0RKER) ELEGTRIG BELL FITTER' i I tn »!fii! r'flJ ff\i! «f Katcomba Street, Katoomba. $ ' /',*(' A ?!«' 'fl ,'1 CwiO$ 'i: (Opposite Govder Bros.) EJ ES3 L7J LAI EJlii/ llil \Ju/ la \Li y All ^ork intrusted to me -.^.c under my personal supervision. . . Write for my booklet of references.. Estimates given if desired. ^ e^_ KATO|0^B^ BAKERY,' MAIN ST., OPP. STATION, KATOOMBA, ^ V- '^^^^^^ iv/ IAa^ Letsra* Lawson, and Springwood. ^ !- JBiii§!pS£ ,'ftrV CS T \ JpA . Tel. 25, Kat. T-J -/j Oiu7;ownyvSiua%^^^rWi daily.- '/ I.Our carts deliver daily all over tlie district. KA ►M Tea and Refreshflrkfi^b^Hoorns. Sufinsneir Dirsrsks and Confectionery. k-« Vj We have the choicest selection of leading brands of Confectionery, and our stock is always fresh and ^-J KQ reliable. A TRIATv vSOIvICITKD. \-A HAvS it ever STRUCK you that 3 Opp. Govder Bros., Katoomba St., is a Specialist in up-to-date high-class Boot Repairs ? Hand-sewn work a spe cialty. A Note...

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

E will meet You at the falls, (Hrin^ the babe but quell its squalls) Midst crumbling* rock and quivering fern, Your faces they must twist and turn Until I get a perfect pose Then the camera — pop she goes ! Take your portrait anywhere From Wentworth Falls to JUackheath fair, Drop a line — address given here — The Photo Artist will appear. Framing, too, I do with skill ; Fetch and return pictures? Yes I will, Teach you Photography — Yes I can, Make an artist of any man. Dark room lent to amateurs free If photo goods the\' buy from me. Locality Post Cards I stock en galore Artistic Enlargements also in .store, Stationery, Fancy Goods, Albums and Toys, School room requirements for small girls and boys All these for show or for sale are displayed On the Mall at leura at Fowler's Arcade. (lvstiiblisliecl lyoi.) A mere step from t lie Station, and riylit opposite the Tost Ofllee, LEI IRA. LEURA. Wood, Coal and Coke Yard. Furniture and Luggage carefully removed. v All Trains attended. Orde...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 8 May 1909

The women of America — or rather a section of them an_yway — are out on the trail for the purpose of gathering in the scalp of the gay deceiver of flirtatious habits, who leads some innocent, trusting little thing in petticoats to believe that he is a bachelor, while all the time he is a married man, with a whole tribe of jammy-faced pledges of affection tucked away in the background. This — although the gentle reader, who is, of course, extremely young and innocent, and all the rest of it, might . not think it — is a favorite pastime of quite j a number of naughty married men ever}^ I where. The}' go forth to dances, soirees, \ and other places where women most do I ? congregate, arrayed in their store clothes ! and with their very best manner uppermost, ! and there proceed to lay seige to the hearts. ; of {he voting and susceptible fair with all : the diabolical cunning of an old campaigner in the; fields of love. The subsequent en ) tanglemehts are, we are told, very distress : i...

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

'Phone, 15 Katooinrttoa-,*, .. ,,. , ' B LI 1 1 d'G I^S SlLiHld1 CjQ'lTl'fclf'SlO't'OI^S Opp. Post Office.

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

C^J^y^/T^liPr Coach Proprietor, LEURA. Visitors conveyed to all Mountain Sights. Relia able horses. Reasonable charges.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pigmies of the New Hebrides. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 8 May 1909

Pigmies of the New Hebrides. ? In, the New Hebrides there is a tract of un- . known country about sixty miles by thirty*, known as Malekula. It is practically unexplored in the interior, and there are all sorts of wild stones told about it by the settlers on the coast. The best accepted is that the interior is inhabited by a tribe of pigmies about four feet high, who are terribh' he stile and most skilled in the use of poisoned weapons. From time to time the forest tribes descsnd to the coast, burning and murder ing wholesale, and they return unopposed to their mountains. The coast tribes live in constant dread of them and the unseen pigmies, and no ' money would induce any dwellers on the coast to attempt to penetrate the unknown country of Malekula.

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

[?] | From our Own Correspondent. ] V Contractor Davies has almost completed ijhis two cottages at L,eura, one in Railwa}^ ^Parade for Mr. McRoberts, and one on the ^Iyeura Mall for Mrs. Norman, and we ven ture to say they are two of the finest resi dences to be found on the Mountains. Mr. i'Hogbeu was the architect. :: Messrs. Mason and Nutt are also making ^themselves busy in the building line. They ?have secured a contract to build a fine villa ?-residence on the I,eura Station Estate for tMr. Alfred Mitchell. The same firm has ?also secured the contract for a couple more v villas on the same estate. We have also ''seen some fine plans prepared by Mr. Nutt for another residence, which, when com pleted, will compare with anything yet built inXetira. The collectors for Empire Day celebra tions are doing good work, and have al ready netted a good sum. The adjourned public meeting in connec tion with the forming of a tennis club was held in the Iyeura Hall on Tuesday night last, and ...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 8 May 1909

Beautiful weather now prevailing: on the Mountains — cold frosty nights and delight ful days. * * * Katoomba Railway Station is now being Be- asphalted. * * ?* Katoomba Waratah Football Club met and defeated a team from Woodford Academy on Saturday last by 12 points to three. The following secured tries for Ka toomba : L,. Davies (2), D. Hack, W. Tones. * * * The Katoomba Smoko Boys' Club, which has been in abeyance for some time, has again been re-started, and a successful meeting was held on Wednesday evening. It was decided to hold the meeting every Wednesday, and that each member pay a weekly contribution. * ?# * The concert being arranged by Miss Mabel Long for the benefit of the District Benevolent Society on the 26th inst. piom ises to be a decided success. The tickets were presented to Miss Long by Mr. W. P. Dodd, Chemist, and the Hall has been given at half-price, so that very little of the proceeds will be absorbed in expenses. * * * We are pleased to announce that the Rev...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LEURA. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 15 May 1909

[?] I From our Own Corricspondknt.] Work has been started on the Leura Station Estate with the erection of three new villa residences. Messrs. Mason and Nutt are the contractors. On Saturday last a number of tennis players came over to Leura and had a friend ly match with the Leura Tennis Club. The ?visitors were represented Dy i^ev. xsau-&cu, Messrs. -Medlicott, P. Tabrett, and Calder. ' They were entertained at afternoon tea in the Club House by .the Leura Club. The Katoomba Club was far superior in play to the'^eui;a vboys, although fora new club ' they put up a very good game, and with practice should be able in a. short _ time to make a name for themselves. It is to be hoped that many s'ueh friendly games will be arranged, as. to' make, good ?.players it is ?necessary to meet better players than them : selves. ... ........... Great preparations are. being made for the Empire :D;ay celebrations,' and given good weather it should be a record day for Leura. : . , , . ........

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 15 May 1909

US Grand View Hotel*;; m WKNTWORXHIfii^S. ' W. P. WILSON, Proprietor. Two hundred yards from Railway Station/;' aiid 10 minutes' drive or 20 minutes' walk t6f Went- worth Falls and the' Valley of Waters. , Tariff from 35s. to 42s. per week. j . Where to 5ta|. MRS. COCHRAN, ' Manordeaii,' -tfentworth ' Falls. Accommodation for Flight.' ; .25s. per week. ? ? ? ? ? ????- ? ^ OARD AND RESIDENCE.— Miss O'kouRKK, ' l Hillside, ' ' Wentworth Falls. ?'Select... Ex cellent Cusine. Central. - .: B OARD AND RBSIDKNCB.—.Mks.. WAJvSH, '.Brucedale, ' Weutworth Falls,, (three . min- utes 'from the Falls). Tariff: £1 Is. A Comfortable H©me in a Qarming District. 'The Pines,' Wentworth Falls. Reasona able Terms. Good table. Particulars from .; ... : MRS..Iy; WIY. MnvtlA Partll' Little Hartley, 1HU J H V 1 ill Illy Blue Mountains, , ? \Six and n-lmlf miles from Ml. Victoria.) A comfortable, well-kept Farm House, beautiful climate, wUli 'oSlSl ts and 110 mosquitbs, Wrst:clnas Taiiils Court iood Shooti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 15 May 1909

p— — -* i will meet You at the Falls, , (Bring the babe but quell its squalls) ': Midst crumbling- rock, and quivering fern, Your faces they must twist and turn i Until I get a. perfect pose Then the camera— pop she goes ! Take your portrait anywhere From Weritworth Falls to Blackheath fair, Drop a line— address given here— ?i The Photo Artist will appear. ' framing, too, I do with- skill ; 1 ) ^ Fetch and return pictures? Yes I will, Teach you Photography— Yes I can, ' i ? Make ail artist of an)' mam ! Dark room lent to 'amateurs, free ? ??? ' If photo goods they buy from me. 1 ? Locality Post Cards'l stock en galore I '? Artistic Enlargements also in 'store, , Stationery, fancy Goods, Albums and Toys, 5 School room requirements for small girls ; and bby.4 All these for show or for sale are displayed On the Mall' at' Leura at fowler's Arcade. 1 ? ? ,. .,.,. , (i&slulilislied JW,) ? -? '? A' mere step fj-onv the SUiUoii, ami ritfht opposite ?' ?:???? ?.',???..- ,? .' ,.-,?,'...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mt. St. Mary's Concert at Blackheath. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 15 May 1909

fiBt?^1^ ?;, What, may be j.ustly ^claimed as one of the best and most enjoyable entertainments ever given in Blackheath took place at the Public HAll^on Wed nesday evening last, when the pupils or 'Ht 'St. Mary's College, Katoom,ba:, gave that charming little Japanese Operetta entitled 'Ju-ju.' An ticipation ran high during the day when it was known how beautifully the' hall' was being decor ated, and it- then dawned unon our beonle that there was a treat in store.', for them! Nor were they disappointed. The whole arrangements were taken in hand by Mesdames' Bissett and Delaney, and the Misses Delaney -(2), 'Avh,o worked with more than. their wonted' enthusiasm .to make the entertainment. the success it proved to be. . The musical part of the programme opened with a Japanese Ma/Airka, by the' violins, which was played by the Misses K.' Broadhurst; K.- Kiss, A. Murray, Agnes O' Hare, and Jvinda Redsliaw, and proved their undoubted ability as . performers on this instrument. The pian...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TECHNICAL EDUCATION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 15 May 1909

TECHNICAL EDUCATION. TO THE EDITOR. . ? Sir. — I shall be glad if you will allow me a small space to direct the attention of parents, and indeed all ? .-those who are interested in the rising generation, to the necessity for giving increased support to technical classes at Katoomba. 'It has been well said that '.'A nation's greatness. depends on the education of its people.' Ivoqked at in this light the question assumes a vital aspect for ; those who value the future of our country and our the nations which are progressing most td-day are -those which pay the greatest attention to the technical as well as the purely literary side of education. No one can be said to be truly ?educated whose training of both eye and liahd has been neglected. ? The decision of the authorities to invite applica tions for a competent instructor in carpentrv opens ,up a new phase of the question. . One has only to: walk through our streets any evening to see the number of young fellows who have to spend t...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 15 May 1909

FACING RAILWAY STATION. Ivarge Airy Rooms. Splendid Billiard Table. First-class Table and lyiquors. Splendid Milk vSupply for Families. Tariff: 8s. per day, 30s, and 35s. per week. Special Friday Ni-?ht to Monday Morninjr Tariff, 20s. (loir T,iuks two mitiute.s from Hotel. Trips arranged to all parts of the Mountains acd Jcnolan Caves at Reasonable Kates. W. C. WORMALD, Proprietor.

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The Public Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 15 May 1909

The Public Meeting. '.file Mayor called a public nieeting for Thursday iiightin response to a requisition for the purpose ioi. taking some steps towards the towns on the* Mountains being' fittingly represented at the Iiir dustrial Inhibition to be held in Brisbane next September. To call the attendance a public nieeting would be a killing joke. A bare half dozen persons, put in an appearance, and even the signers of -the . requisition were conspicuous by. their absence. However, the Mayor explained the reason for calling the meeting, and doubted . whether they could do anything to any purpose, but ?decided not to let the meeting lapse. He asked Mr. Wooller to state his views on the matter, as 1i£» wrens fliA nriiri tin i-rtr nf the- nrrmnsiHrm . 'riiis Mr. Wooller did, pointing out the advan tages it would be to the whole of the towns on the Mountains to be adequately represented . '! Aid. Pannell suggested the appointment of a vSecretary, which the Mayor thought a proper course to ...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POWER FROM SEWAGE. KATOOMBA'S OPPORTUNITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 15 May 1909

POWER FROM SEWAGE. KATOOMBA' S OPPORTUNITY. In the sanitary settlement of a communi ty the natural order seems to be, after less important municipal details, water, light, and sewerage, the latter for some inexplic able reason is delayed always until mortali ty statistics force it to accomplishment. The Blue Mountains, designed by nature as the health restoring resort, not only for the great city, but for thousands of heat-worn people from the interior of the State, and for many others from the other more dis tant States and abroad, should have from the beginning a comprehensive and perfect S}'Stem of sewerage guaranteeing the preser vation of its health -giving- attitude. Such a scheme has now happily commenced for Katoomba and Leura, and it has been sug gested by engineering authority that the unique conformation of the locality presents possibilities for economic power production quite new to any other sanitary undertaking. For instance, our water supply is raised from one side o...

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