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

0^ Tel- 17, Katoomba. ^e 1^ ' DIRYBURGH,' J f Katoomba & Waraiah Sts., Katoomba. ] DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Classes for Klocution, Physical Culture, Dancing .and Painting. Non-pupils can join any of these classes. For Prospectuses apply to LThc Misaos LENTHAL. I At Home Wednesday and Saturday. ' mM ? * ? ;? ? ;i ' i _. . , . i ? ?

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 — 22 May 1909

L ? T 1 j r*^ p-- (C- f''i iT'** C- ¥'*% O- IT' n £P& \/ i& 1 | . ? . fjJALK-ACRKS, ACRES, and BLOCKS to about 4 acres in area, may be secured . ... . | I J up the Mountains at Glenbrbok for very little money. The price runs from :. ? '. j;''il.- 'v ?!.- . '?-? ? ^13 for full half-acres to ^25(1for a block, which is just about 4 acres. '', .,. , Gleubrook is a particularly healthy s'pot'v only 40 miles from S.vdne}^, about 70 min- ; -?:' utes in the train, and the place is a great favourite with visitors. This land we offer ; ; so cheaply is.no distance from the station. The terms are 10s. deposit, 5s. month. ; Why not call or send for a plan of this cheap mountain land. Yon couldn't possi-.: ? (-; ? '. bly put tuppence a day to a better use than the paying off of one of the Lots. . . ? . Jh$I U troll iiiuBlilifiiy o 1.1 1 5 vl |J« 111 « y 'wjesU' jj ^masair iSfflk

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

For Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is 6d. -, . ? ? :i ? .- ? . . . _. ? .... ? ._ ... ... Teh No. 4993. W. T. DASH, Solicitor, Conveyancer, &c. Visits Katoomba when required. 85 Pitt St., Sydney. 9 0 b IS IS pUf «l- 1 8wH^-H \ju 1OI a *Lc!)o Bent Street, opp. Railway Station, KATOOMBA. All' classes of . .Building Material, Bricks, Ivime, I^ead, Iron, and Fencing Material always on hand at L,owest Prices. No Humbug with Freight and Cartage. Where to Stay. MRS. COCHKAN, ' Manordean,' Wentworth. Falls. Accommodation for Kight. 25s. per week. BOARD AND RKvSIDKNCK.— Miss O'Roitrke, 'Hillside,' Wentworth Falls. Select. Ex cellent Cusine. Central. DOARD AND RESIDENCE.— Mrs. Wai,sh, -*-^ ' Brucedale, ' Wentworth Falls, (three min utes from the Falls). Tariff: £1 Is. A Comfortable hqme.ln a Charming District. 'The Pines,' Wentworth Falls. Reasona able Terms. Good ^able. Particulars from ' MRS. L. RIIvEY. Mill/IIP1 FjIFIII Little: Hartley, ? Xllff J II V 1 ill...

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

lowest interest. NLS»W. Mont do Piete D. & I. Co., Ltd., 'EASY 'TERMS'. --- - 74 Castierea&h Street 74, And at Newcastle, Melbourne and Brisbane. EUSTACE BENNETT, General Manager. SYDNEY.

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 22 May 1909

For bronchial Coughs take - ? Woods' Great Peppermint Cute. ls'6d.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Too Cold to Breathe. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 22 May 1909

Too Cold to Breathe. Cold becomes really dangerous -to human: life when temperature reaches forty degrees below zero Fahrenheit. The air is so in tensely cold that one dare not make the slightest exertion in the open. Breathing such an atmosphere may actually freeze the lungs, the result of which- is sudden, vio lent pneumonia and speed}' death. When the thermometer, registers such extremes as forty below , people stay indoors , not from choice, but from necessity. , Jan tiary 19th, ,1904, was such, a day. Over nearly all Canada, vand most of the ? northern part of the United States, the mercury fell to forty-eight degrees below zero. ' ' ' , V . ? ? ' ; . ' . _ . . lihe, results were extraordinary. The streets of great ? cities', like Montreal,, were practically deserted ;, business was: at '; a' standstill. People were found frozen to death in their beds ; :. Railway traffic was most seriously impeded.' Owing to the in tensi ty of the frost , i t was i in possi ble to keep up adeq...

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 — 22 May 1909

Goyder Bros., ££' ? -$)\ HOUSE, LAND& ESTATE AGENTS* ',';.&£ AUCTIONEERS & VALUERS. . Opposite Station, KATOOMBA, Agents for all the Host Furnished Cottuj-x1*, ju'itl the Com mercial Union Kire AsHumnct.1 Co , r-tl.

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 — 22 May 1909

For Children's Hacking Cough at Night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is 6d. , . J/w;. MAR5H, ?,;';.-?? Saddle and Harness [Maker. Sundries of 'every description' Stocked. ''Also1''1 ':' Boots and t-Hoi«;s. Corner of Katoomjba & Main; Streets, Katoomba.

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

Empire Meeting. A meeting in connection with the above celebration was held on Monday night last in the schoolroom, the following being present : Mr. J. L,amont (in the absence of the President, Capt. Hicks) in the chair, Aids. Bronger and Pannell, Messrs. Dunne, Crawford, Bell, Phillips, and the secretary Mr. Chandler. The following ladies also attended: Mesdames King, Gibson, Spark, Hicks, and Peacock, and Miss Dunne. The minutes of the previous meeting were BUvSINESS. Mr. Dunne stated in reply to a question from the chairman in regard to the Tech nical Classes proposed to be formed, that he had seen Mr. Turner, Superintendent of the Technical College in Sydney re the matter and that he expected to hear from him in the course of a couple of days what the Department intended doing in the matter. Mr. Dunne stated that he had arranged for a number of patriotic songs and recita tions to be given by the children, at the gathering to be held at the School previous to the picnic. Also th...

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 — 22 May 1909

When visiting Katoomba aim straight for one of 4H^ r^ea- Luncheon and %$- Refreshment Rooms' . Next door to Post Office, MAIN STREET, AND Next door to the Carrington, KATOOMBA ST. Bundy's for Choicest Confectionery and Chocolate.. Bundy's for Choicest Fruits' of the Season. Bundy's for the largest assortment of Post Cards. Bundy's for Swain and Co.'s Celebrated Mountain1 Pictures (mounted and unmounted), Books of Views, etc. BUTCHER, Katoomba St., - Katoomba, and at Lenta. * ' ? ????.' ' ?? V :' fl, * I';1-' Our Small Goods a Treat* Tel.43,Kat. ? . . - ? ?? ? ? ^ ?? ? .

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
When Toil is Noble. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 22 May 1909

When Toil is Noble. It is not hard to toil when friends are ready To smile upon the humble work you do ;' For .sympathy' will make a weak, hand steady, A wavering purpose true. ? But it is hard to toil with none to love you, With none whose help you wish. or care to ask — No face bent with ldnkly looks above you To glorify your task. Ah, then, when work has lost its robe of beauty, And none about you care for what you do, It is most noble then to do the duty ' That God lias given you.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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As His Neighbours See Him. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 22 May 1909

. -As His Neighbours See Him. ; i If- hevisr 'poor-;', he- is .' a 'bad ? manager/ ' -If ?? he is 'richy he/ is dishonest; ???.??'?? If lie iieeds^redit, hecau't getit; : If he ' ., _ Is prosperous,, every one wants, to do him ,' . ,a favor. ..' ^- ? ? .«?. ? r/ .-....- °: . ? -..-. ''?.. i ' . ' ? . . If he ' s ; i n -pol i ties , ' i t ' s for what he' ' can ' ? '?make.-; If he is'' out of politics;1 yott can't' place, hi 111 , and lie's '-f.no,' gQod for his countiy. .'--. ? ' ' ? . ? .-.,.'. .?.?!. If he doesn't give to charity, he's a stingy 'PiiS«.' ff -lip' rTnpc rf'c '-fr\r -iXi't\\xr''- ' If he is actively religipus,.- he ''is a hypo- ? crite. If he takes no interest' in ? religionv he's a hardened sinner;' ' ' '? ' , If 'he shows affection', lie's a: soft speci men. .If he seems to care for no one, he is cold-blooded. '? liiibe'/dies'^outtg-jithefe wUs':a?gWart;ftltiire :- ahead' of him. If he lives to an 'bid age, he has missed his .calling.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Why Women Should Play Golf. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 22 May 1909

Why Women Should Play Golf. There are so many good arguments in favor of; women playing golf that I start with what they; will think is a very bad one — the game is not con- ! versational. It leads not to loquacity. Kxcept,: of course, over the cup of tea in the club-house.' afterwards, when they can gallop over the course at top speed and in menticulous detail. Kveu men do that. But on the links no woman who is at all keen wants to address anything except the ball. Couir ment on play is apt to jar. Sympathy with a ' slice ' is bad form. Remarks on the weather will be resented as concealing criticism of your , play. It is far better to go round in a bond of sympathetic silence — which is hard for some of the sex, especially when conditions are irritating'. Which reminds me of another reason why women should golf. Jt inculcates patience, the repres sion of irritation at all the thousand subtle things which sum up as 'bad luck.' There are days at golf when everything goes awry — your ...

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 — 22 May 1909

^??????????????^??????????ihi ? ,MMM»w-My,M^^ r£^iz&\ '^° 'rHT-- Radius ok Katoomra and District! ' ? ^^j/ \ Love I Street, l&atoomfoa, /^&/wWy5^^^^g»Qyk AT Homw at L/OVKi, St. to Cuknts Wicdnksdays, 3 to 9 p.m. / C \Lvv''?Z7^liv' 1\J ^W t*lat w'lter is approaching, nia^y ladies are haying tailor l \ \^ife)^i&' ? ? ? .inades, and what is. more' essential' to 'the success' of a tailor \ \ W/AmM^H made than a well -fitting Corset? Nurse Coan is highly gratified -v \ ]An\l FJx \ to alinounce jthat she is in* receipt of extremely satisfactory reports ^\)rfp\A wff\ \ from the lending la,dy residents of Katoomba and lyeura oji the work . , f/^- IrrWjfl \ \ accomplished, by her* for them. Nurse is prepared to, give th,e same M* I^Wh \ .satisfaction to each one of her clients. lyadies may be fitted by ?Jt^L^ :r '''HI /''''?'' ?\' ? appeal n tine nt ill their own homes. Ka,ch. figure nuu\n a distinct ^^ ', W ;;:;studytr Nm^edoes not ask- for deposits: her term...

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Queer Marriage Customs. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 22 May 1909

Queer Marriage Customs. The marriage customs of West and South-West Africa are in many cases peculiar. A coastal tribe ahyays considers itself superior to an inland tribe, and even its meanest member claims to rank higher than the most powerful man of an up country tribe. A man may marry any woman he likes in any tribe, it being held that he gives her his own status, whatever that may- be, but it is almost unheard of for a woman to marry 'beneath' her. A a result some of the women of the most superior coast tribes, like the Mpongwe, look to marriage with white riven, and frequently attain to it. ? .?/??.;t--i;- ? ? ' 1 11C pUlCHLS UI1 IJUU1 MllCS1 I LUC cWJDl-M ULCl^' ill the matter of marriage between natives. First, the : would-be bridegroom goes empty handed 'to obtain the consent of the bride's father. Then he goes again with gifts.' On the third visit he car ries trade gin, a sufficient^' ?piosonous compond, generally from Hamburg. In the old clays it was palm toddy or wine. : ...

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The Curate's Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 22 May 1909

The Curate's Story. Our Curate, at our parish entertainment the other day, told a story by way of amusing the audience which brought clown the house, and established for ever his reputation as a humorist. Ascending- the stage with an expression of horror on his face, he announced that he had just seen a most fearful sight. As he passed down the street he had. chanced to look into a window, and -a gi-imacing maniac met his eye. He was foaming at Lilc il[Jr- , cUiu lii.c v_lu cue ... vyciiu . ,wii, ; yy, uc scribe in detail how his eyes were bursting out of his head, how his mouth was being drawn to one side, then to the other, and how, ever and anon, he would grip the tip of his nose, and pull. it higlviuto .-. the :'air.. ;;!.?' As thecurate warmed1 to his description, so horrible grew his picture of the grimac ing maniac that several young ladies pre TylNDA FAIJ,, JvlCURA. [A'cTiy & C(), ?pared to faint ; while the local police man pressed his helmet firmly, down, felt for ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 22 May 1909

Palace Avenue Lawson. / » n GENERAL STORE. / %£?/ Best Brands of— / A JT^ / Grocery and Produce, / *\J^ / Drapery, Boots, Shoesyf ^ A^ / Crockery, Irommon- / ML ** / gery, Patent Mediy/ ^W^ / //? cines, &c. v' ®jr / (I Prompt delivery / w\(L m y' ' to all parts o{'/ * -^ /Agent lor— ,, the district. ?/ ? ? m-s / 1 / jN*' / PETR0L- 1 C /x (J^ / Anderson's Seeds, / ?V / iBaker & Rouse's , , y/ i p^y y/ Photographic Goods. 'f^^^ / All communications will receive 1 ? y^ prompt aiid careful' attention.1 UN WINTER.^. it'. .V'i . T ADY AND DAUGHTER have taken . over -*— ' the beautiful residence ''Ilsinore,' with its large orchard,, billiard room, and genial sur roundings, desire to hear of arifew select paying1 -. guests for Winter mouths. -?.'?' Twrms Moj)iCUAlM-;. ''??..' ? '.',,.,',.,, ... iv'fi^i/^NNINGvS; ? ? U-il '? ' ' s1) Land Bargains PQR -RESERVED SATvB for CASH, the follow ?'- ing lyots, Torrens Title : — lytfURA, Portion 1^1 Brasfort, near I-eura Public vSchool...

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

S ? will meet You aft; the Falls, (Bring 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 Blackheath 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 they buy from me. locality Posfc Girds I. stock en galore ? Artistic Enlargements also in store, f 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 IVJall at Leura at Fowler's Arcade. ] ' (Iislublisliul 1904.) I A in eve Hlcp from the Station; inul riy'it opposite i the J'oKt OfTicL', ,/: ivKl'KA. If every dog has his day every cat has its night. iM Grand View...

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

% ? 5PRIj^WOOD. ? | [From' our Own Corrksi'ondivnt]. ? At a meeting of the School of Arts Committee,' held in the Reading-room ' on Tuesday evening, it was decided to hbfd a bazaar shortly', in aid of the L,and and Building Fund. Ar large committee was appointed to organize and cany it out. Rain came on Wednesday to raise the spirits -of -Springrwood residents generally, who were patiently waiting to know what steps are to be taken to cope- With the dust nuisance. ' . ? : . ' .-. Preparations on a large scale are now complete for carrying1 out an extensive pro gramme of sports on Empire Da)', and a- delightful' day's outing is anticipated1 by.' air..- ? ?- . . - , ?-?-. ?...- ?' Another cottage is in course of ? erection in the village, and we hear1 two others are to be started shortly. A stile is wanted opposite the Church of England, for people. crossing from Spring wTood Heights Estate. It is a great struggle for ladies to g:et' 'through1 the wire's either . side of the railway l...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LAWSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 22 May 1909

ctxxi»iixx»txrtTTTYiYriTrrrrrriTTrrrrTrrrrrirrTiTcrriTiTiiT[TiiiJ \ \ \txx\xx rxriiu txxxu xxxxxx ixjucju kxjuix rxxxn ixxxxx umi mi^t [From our Own Corrkspondknt.J A number of ladies were present on .Saturday afternoon at a 'drawing-room meeting held at the residence of Mrs. Butts worth, president of the Lawson W.C. T.U., to meet Mrs. W. Carvosso, late Aus tralasian Secretary of the W.C.T.U. Mrs. Carvosso gave a brief account of the Woman's Whisky War in Ohio, U.S.A., in 1874. The movement spread from . State to. State until the scattered bands of women workers were finally consolidated into an organised, body and took the name of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union. Under the leadership of Frances Willard the movement grew, till branches were established all over the world . Mrs . Gar vosso explained the work of various De partments and .the need of specialised effort was enforced. One very important , work was the education of public opinion in Tem perance Reform by means of l...

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