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

TATTERSALL'S Saddlery Emporium 204 Pitt St., Sydney. , Direct Importer of all kinds of Saddlery, Harness!,, Horse Rugs, , Travelling Hags, etc. Save the Middleman's Profit by dealing direct'. Tlie. Best' aiid Cheapest House in Sydney. '« CALL AND INSPECT. Repairs Neatly and Promptly Executed at Reasonable Charges. JNOTlS TnK ADDRKSS. . . ' J. UNTON, Proprietor, 204 Pitt St., Sydney, Phone, City 1677.

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

Katoomba Rifle Club. .', ?',,,.' ';.|, 1 The following: scbre$ were liia'cle : '% tlie' ab'ove club in a match with O'Connell on '';'ttt£; latter 's range. Katoomba winniiig by 90 :— ' , ? '' '; , ? ?? '500 ???'. 600 ';????? Tcitar1 ' Captain Hicks .34 '34 :' ';68 ?. . R. Moss 34 ' 28 .'?. (;62 /:. ? ? ? AV/Hicks' :?- %''' ' 25 '?' :^f3^ %We ?' ?'-25 '-?' -30 ::-'?' J5S-- . . ? W. Scope ^'25 .-' ''-ZSh- ?:'!'5D1--':: r; Anderson -29 16;' ' ??'4'5il;: ' K/ Husband' 28^ '. , .13 '?'? ?I;v'41';iV ? ' ' 0. Whalan ' 31' ' ' ?'' '26- ; :;:'-57;--v ? W. Mitchell ? 24' - 4 . 30 ' ?' ' (I1S4° ' ' B, Craig 25 *:.r'-l$~ ' , '3,8 :???[ G. Crawshaw. ?9 -.,... .25 .^'^''^ftV The following are the . scores niacT^tiy'.Jfv^topin-' ba at the quarterly shoot onMay, 1st ;Vi ;'?'...',?-.. . ??? '?' Hdp ' 500 '.;? 600'. ,. Total A. Acland 2 32 ,29 ;„''..& H. Wootten - 50 .30 ,.( ,,6G'^ ? T. Martin . -, 28 . IT , .,, -5,5,.

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 15 May 1909

Hotel OnentaB, Springfwoodl. A IliiJfh-CliiH.s Residential Hotel, counumicHiur extensive views of Hurroutulinj;' country. Magnificent Drives obtaina ble, ami beinw' only -I7 miles from Sydney offers exceptional attractions to motorists. Excellent Golf Links only aahort distance from the Hotel. Terms from. 30s. to 50s. per week, or 7s. 6d per day. Apply, MISS BARI,0W.

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

?'Timber 'Merchants* ? Bent Street, opp. Railway Station, '-'???? KATOOMBA. All classes of Building Material, . Bricks, lyime, ftead, Iron, and Fencing Material always on hand at L,owest Prices. No Htfmbug- ^itli Freight and Cartage. JN, WlNTER»===j T ADY ANP DAUGHTER have taken over i ?*— ' the beautiful residence1 ' ' Ilsin6re,' ;\vith' its large orchard, billiard room, arid genial sur- : roundings, desire to hear of a few select paying guests for winter months. Terms Modi.cra.tk1. MRS. JENNINGS. Palace Avenue LawsonVyA * ^ GENERAL STORE. /^^/ Best Brands of — / _I*N^ / Grocery and Produce, / *W]/ / i Drapery, Boots, Shoesy/ £}%k / Crockery, Irommon-V^ J5l** f gery, Patent Medi-/ -J^k' / J cinea, &c. / ^pF / It Prompt delivery / j0LjT « / to all. parts of / & ?%, / Al2ent for the district / ^J / % / &* / PETROL, ? .11 . ? f ... %- / v ? y : (Cj / , ? QT^ / Anderson's Seeds, / fS«^ / Baker & Rouse's / Q-A / Photographic Goods. -*^^ /: I(A11 communica...

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Atheletics in China. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 15 May 1909

Atheletics ih Chiiik. The Chinese have always indulged in athletic exercises of a sort, in which they . have i-aiher prided themselves, though none ever seeih' to' Have taken such a hold on tlie nation as ours have oil us during the last century or so. There are many, stories of strong men capable of . weilcling extra r^tTii licit* i^ urpannti c r\f i^/aii/ii^in* nrAnfli-r\iio Itsivxrtt ir\** -w **-»*** »-v* j »t vupyiivjj V/J, MV^llVlXAIg VV V/ Jilt 11. \J M.O K/\J \\ *J y V/ 1. . of lifting heavy weights, etc. : Kveil within the last few 3rears feats of arcHery were' done before an officer could get his comrii'isr sion in the army, and, in almost any, village there is a bamboo with a pierced stone at either end to test the strength of the rising generation in' lifting. But there was nothing of regular athletic training, except for a few wrestlers, perhaps, before the, foreigners came.

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

s| .? . . . ' ' ??'.. -. ?' .' '?? ? ' ? . ' ?- '?- i ?? '? ? ' SI [From qur Own Corrrsbo^disnt.-J IThe .monthly meeting- qf the .Committee of the Mechanics' Institute was held on Monday, Mr. J. Geg-gie, Vice-president, presiding', and there .were present Messrs. K. Butterworth, D. Allan, W. Marshall, W. Windeyer, W. G. Staples, .S. Allan (Treasurer) , and H. J. Fairfax CSecretary) . Aai apology for the absence of Rev. Kribb was received. Mr. shrank Walcler wrote 01 fering to give a lantern lecture on the 'Romance of the Western Road.' It was agreed to accept the offer if a suitable even ing could be arranged. Messrs. Marshall and Windeyer were appointed to audit the books, annual balance-sheet, ,etc. It was resolved to hold a public meeting on Mon day, the 17th in&t., to confer and arrange ? for a Mutual Improvement Society. There r is a very suitable room adjoining the bil 1 Hard room that could be utilised very ad vantageously for debates, socials, and pas times. It is an...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
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Wentworth Falls. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 15 May 1909

Wentworth falls.     [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Of late the weather has been perfect from the visitors' point of view, but the boarding house people are beginning to measure the depth of water in their tanks, and are look- ing very serious over the matter. One of our juvenile sporting characters offered to lay odds that if rain did not come pretty quick pure water would soon be dearer than beer. Rain is also badly needed to   set the road work just completed by the Shiremen.     By the way Ganger Thompson has a   splendid lot of workmen under his com- mand here, and if we have similar men right throughout the Shire we will have no reason to begrudge paying our rates. Captain Murray, Chairman and acting Hon. Secretary of the Wentworth Falls National Reserves Trust, is having some solid work done in the Valley of the Waters. We noticed that a minature lake had been formed just below the entrance to the Na...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Katoomba Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 22 May 1909

Katoomba Rifle Club. . ,, ; ,, : The following are the scores made by the' above. club on. Saturday, May 8tb: — ?, .-...., \.,'a Hdp 600 600 ', 'Jtotai'.'. dipt. H. Hicks.-- .' 33 29,. 62 ' ' ' T.. Martin - 31 30 61 W. Hicks 3 30 30 63 A. Anderson- 8 ' ; 25 28 61 W. vScope '».??? ';25 18 ^l . . A. Aclaiul 2 26 i5 ? 53 ? ' W, Clampett 4- -29 '-J7 ? 60: ?? H. Chambers 4 27 19 50 ' W. Mitchell ? 3 ? 31 ' ? 31 ? 65 ??-, I ? H.'Haie ? S ? 2(5 ? 15 ? -V.,47' ? :j ? Scores inacle 011 Batorday, May l'5tb :— ;^; ? : J'; :'? '-,-????*.,. \ Help ,-.?; 500 . 1 600, T^otnl J ? 'T. Martin '\ - ? 32 V '32 '?/j64''- [ A, Aclantt: , \ 2 32 ' 27 V^l si ; C. Wluilan ? ' (4 , .31 ??: 20 ... . &JS5 ;: A matcli,bei:\veen;;Katqoinl)ii and I/is,uio?'.e ?Club.4 will be-iired to-clay; Satur(|ay,,at,5(X)anfl 600 yards^ eight men aside; Katooiii^a firing on the local range, and Jvismore firing at Jvismore. Katqoniba team is to be picked from the following members - Captain II. Hicks; Messrs. 'Jv. Marti...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
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Wentworth Falls. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 22 May 1909

SlR . ' '? ' ' ? ' : ? i ? ? ? ? . ? ? ? ? : . , i ? ? ? '?;?!?: I Weniworth Falls. [From our Own Corrkspondknt,] ' The monthly Committee meeting of the School of Arts was held on Thursday, 13th inst.' The Secretary's report for the past month was very satisfactory, all accounts due by the Institution being paid, including the balance outstanding on the acetylene gas plant. Twenty-five new books were purchased during the month, and over fifty of the old books were re-bound and are now fit for circulation. It was decided to purchase a further batch of twenty-five of the latest works of fiction. The members now should have plenty of good reading matter to amuse and occudv their lone wi liter even ings. ???.:?.-.?? ? On Monday, 17th inst. , the Committee of Management of the General Cemetery met and decided to at once carry out some very necessary improvements, including the painting and repairing of the entrance gates and general repairs to the outer fence. It was also decided to call...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
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LEURA. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 22 May 1909

3 J ? JJlZLj \ ? J ...Jl\.-Z~jl..«i. I From oljk Own Cokkkspondknt.] The long spell of dry weather, has at last broken and residents are thankful for a drop of rainwater iii their tanks, as the supply js not too , clean just now, and in some places the water mains are full of rust, and when the tea is made with it, it goes quite black., It only wants a man to come clown and let the rusty water go once a week, but then, as usual L,eura seems to be a second consideration as far as the people in authority are concerned. Mason and, Nutt have completed their cottage at Blackheath, and are now mak ing a start on three- new cottages at Iveura. JTX. (JOIllllllLLec 1JICCU11& UL IHC X ell CHL» cl.Utl Citizens Association was held in the I^eura Hall on Friday night last, when the final arrangements were made1 in connection with the Empire Day celebrations. The collectors reported good results, and through their efforts a. record day should result. There is as usual a meeting .-? with ?...

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Medlow Bath News. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 22 May 1909

Medlow Bath News. vSir Charles L,ucas and party, who are guests at the Hydro, motored to the Caves on. Wednesday. . .... We regret to announce that Mrs. .McLennan, wife of Mr. Murdo McLennan, one of the oldest and most respected resi dents, is still suffering a severe illness j and intends putting in the winter at the mineral spring., ;M'oree.f, ??-.?-: : ???*.?, ,/ ?.?-.???.,!'!* ' .Air-*-?. ' . Ganger Thompson and his. men .start re pairing, the Main Western road this. week. Ganger John Cliff has a large gang on Megalong road, and is making great head wa}'. ? ?.'.?., ?? , . ? . Empire Day will be celebrated here on the 24th. A strong committee of ladies was formed at Mrs. Tucker's residence on Monday evening last, and a large sum was collected. It was decided to give tliec.hil.clr ren a picnic, and present each child with a toy. , Addresses were also to be delivered to them. Mr. F03' kindly placed the ?' Bungalow' at the Committee's disposal, and the ladies who have the matter in ...

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BLACKHEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 22 May 1909

/» *? TV. 'A. '*. AT .*-' v' ±. -A. ~JL~ ~JZ.ZJ-Z Z.LZ 1*1 ZAZ. 'JLZZ*Z ZiZ- -J£ .4. r-. V. *A -*- T-*- 1A J-Z.JZ ZJ-Z..%AZ.w\ | BLACKHLATH. I [From our Own, Corrkspondknt.] The monthly meeting' of tlie Blackheath Pro gress Association' /was held in the School of Arts on Tuesday evening, the President, Rev. J. A'. Gordon ili the chair. There was a good attendance of members. Included in the correspondence received- were letters forwarded by Mr. R. K. Bowden, M.P., which he had received from the Postmaster-General \s Department ; one intimating that a tender had been accepted for the suppl)r.and delivery of poles in connection with the establish ment of the telephone .exchange at Blackheath ; and the other stating the request for more prompt delivery of letters had been looked into and that ?steps had been taken to provide the necessary, extra assistance duriiig the next tourist season,. Mr. Jas. Dooley, M.I/-. A., wrote to say that he ^AlrVX.t. \.K\-f\* V*A bUl ?AV'^l \-A*«.fc^ VAAV...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 22 May 1909

uP ? ? ?- , '??. \Q ' Drapery, Grocery, Ironmongery, . Crockery, Boots and Shoes, Produce. Orders delivered at Ml Victoria and Medlow. MEDLOW BATH . - IV YOU WANT - Hither in Motor Cars, Horses, or Carriages, gg to MEDI./OW BATH, or ring up TKIyKPHONJti 29, Katoomba. , J. RICE. :. Bookkeeping, - - Knglish, : Mathematics, etc. I'TjjBjvia i^xAJviiNArrioNS. Tuition in all subjects at -the 'Tc Aroha,' Park St., Katoomba, 4 Doors below Public School. DAY - AND - KVKNINO - ClyASSKS , conducted by Mr. JOHN McLEOD, Two Years Assistant, Allan (Jlen.Is School, : ?-? Glasgow, Hcotlantl. Formerly Resident Master, Wood ford' Academy, ? Wood ford. ' '.??'' l,ate Book-kcepinp; Teacher, Smith Premier business College, Sydney. Glasses for Children, Clauses for Young Men. ; Classes for Young Ladies.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 22 May 1909

THOMPSON & LeFEVRE, Solicitors, Main St&ekt, IyiTi-iGow. Will attend at Katoomba when required. Trust Moneys to lyend on approved Security. J. A. B AMBER, Solicitor, Main Street, I/IThgow. (Near Eskbank Station.) Attends 'Katooiliba Court when required.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 22 May 1909

House. Land -& Estate Agent, .BLACKHEATH. Booking Office for Jeiiolau Caves. JagP9f Fruiterer and MsfZ^m^W^S^ :.^Bsaf3k%jrW%.W^ElJRi s Brim ^ ^^nJSr^ Jifrn irfl 1*1-1 .Aitt, AAm ^fi/- ,1 Choicest Kntits niul Vctfeliiblcs of (he Season. Orders delivered dnily. Iye!uHntf brands of Confectionery. All ? Uiids of Summer Drinks. Bicycles for Mire. . Repairs and Sundries. Agent for Bennett & Woods' Cycles, -«LMirc-18%L~''^jSsi( WL *^° Sjf&S.Xjt\Jk/\ 1 JL.iI 9 Y/fyVr%^' Coacli Proprietor, ^ LEURA. ' Visitors conveyed to all Mountain Sights. Reliu nble horses. Reasonable charges. '.;^::O:h.e' Qf^our speciaiitiesws-.Butter^^;- ';?.?? ? - .'BLACKHEATHi:;::.-i?ii^;:;::::.';

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 22 May 1909

ifg Telephone 61, Kat MAIN STREET, KATOOMBA. ? it °}) Painless Extractions, Guaranteed. Fee, 2s. 6dL Artificial Teeth, Complete Set from £2 2s jV MM II I Crown and Bridge Work. Gold Inlays and Porcelain Inlays at moderate prhee. Gold Fillings, Platinum Fillings, etc. Nitrous-Ojcido Gas // [I administered when required. Consultation Free. DO NOT FORGET LOCATION. ^(o (p Dentist: ALFRED SELLER, Main St., near Peat Office, Katoomba. N.B.— Patients visited at their oWn Homes by appointment. C\

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Blue Mountain Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 22 May 1909

Blue Mountain Shire Council. The- 64th ordinary meeting of the Blue Moun tain Shire Council was held in the Shire Cham bers, L,awson, on Thursday, 20th inst., at twelve o'clock. There were present : Councillor Water house (President), in the chair, and Councillors Hall, Wall,. Doyle, Collier, -Walker and the Shire Clerk (Mr. S. lyennqn). An apology was received from Cr. Neate. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed; \ CORRESPONDENCE. .1. From E. 'K. Bowden re the delay in delivery of mails at Blackheath .during the tourist season, enclosing a reply from the ? Postmaster-General stating' that steps had been taken to meet the difficulty. — Received. 2. From Chief Commissioner for Railways, re stating that the matter had been referred the Chief Accountant for report. — Received. 3. From E. K. Bowden, forwarding a letter from D. Miller re erection of post-office at Went ? worth Falls, stating that tenders had been called for same, returnable on 21st inst.— '-Received. 4...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 22 May 1909

1 IT IS HOST !HPORTAS«T5 1 L ]\J()'^ only to YOfUi^seEf but to . your-t U Physician, that his Prescriptions \ *fc should be BisperosecB in such a way as to 2| / afford the greatest possible amount of / L Benefit. Careful and Skilful Dis-... G' Q pensin^, combined with the Pur&sb' A oj Diru^Sj is essential to PirocSimce the best «| / Results. . / *J My Extensive Knowledge is at v 5 your disposal. ffV2ake the Best Use 5' *l of ycu»'. Opportunity by calling on *Ji, y _ ^ \ ? *&; 9 . S By Kxam., Svd. Univ., f | PRESCKIPTUDN SPECIAL8ST, t. a Corner of Park and Main Streets, Katoomba. J I* Telephone 56, Kat. %&? V ? °i

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Queensland Industrial Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 22 May 1909

Queensland Industrial Exhibition. The inclemency of the weather on Wednesday evening together with the shortness of notice to the business people of the Mountains was no doubt responsible for. the small .number of those .who.at tended, but notwithstanding that drawback a scheme which' will prove workable was lorniulated and a 'bsginning made with a determination which we believe will prove highly successful. . In the absence cf the Mayor Aid. Goyder was voted to the chair. ?..'... Mr. Barry came from Medlovv to represent the Hydro-Majestic, and Mr. A. E. Eberhard, of the Hotel Imperial, came from, Mt. Viqtoria, both gentlemen willing to render even* possible assist oiindln -fiirf 1ir»r f1ir-» «r'1ip»nif* After discussion1 it was1 decided to form a strong committee, and to name it ' The Committee for Proinoting the Blue Mountains of New South Wales.' ' . . ? . ?.-...? vSeveral suggestions were put forth as to the best means of advertising the Mountains at the Exhi bition, and to brin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 22 May 1909

f ACING RAILWAY STATION. Ivarge Airy Rooms. Splendid Billiard Table. I! First-class Table and' lyiq'nors. I Splendid Milk Supply for Families. Tariff: 8s. per day, 30s. and 35s. per week. 'Special FvkTny Nij^lit to Monday MbniinK1 Tariff, 20s. , ; Golf lyinlcs two ntimttcs from IJotel. iVips nrranffed to all parts of the Mountains acd Jcnolan \ Cavos at Kcas'onal)lc Rates'. ( W. C. WORMALD, Proprietor. - ? ? ? —J)'

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