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SPRINGWOOD. EMPIRE DAY CELEBRATIONS. STOPPED BY RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 29 May 1909

5PRINGWOOD. [From our Own Corrkspondknt]. EMPIRE DAY CKUvBRATTONS. STOPPKD HY .RAIN. lyike other centres Springwood's enthusiasm was damped by the deluge, but fortunately the .severe weather was not experienced until after the impressive ceremony of hoisting the flag had been carried out. Proceedings opened sharp at 1.0 at the local public school, when the teacher in charge (Mr. Carroll) instructed his pupils. There was a large attendance of visitors, and the speeches de . livered b}' Mr. W. T. Rabone, President of the Citizens and Parents' Association, Rev. E. C. Robison, Councillor Wall and Major Rosenthal were appropriate to the occasion and listened to ?with, interest. Among other matters touched on by Mr. Rabone was the evolution of the flag, and processes it went through since the original St. George's Cross was emblainatic of Britain. Mr. Robison \s address was mainly directed to the children and he dealt with the six letters forming the word 'Empire,' instancing in an impres...

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 — 29 May 1909

===IN WINTER-^ ? = T ADY AND DAUGHTER have taken over- ? ?*— ' the beautiful residence '' Ilsinore,' with its large orchard, billiard roon'i, and geniai sur roundings, desire to hear of a few select paying guests for winter months. Tkrms MmmuATK. MRS. JENNINGS. Hotel Oriental, S pring wood. A II toll-Class Residential Hotel, eominmuliuu- extensive views ol' snrrouiicliiiK country. Mnynifieent Drives obtnina ble, and beinj.;' only 47 miles from Sydney offers exceptional attractions to motorists. Kxeeltotit Coif Links only ashort distance from the Jlotel. Terms from ;-T.s. lo 50s. per week, or 7s. 6d per day. Apply, IUISS liAKJ.OW,

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 29 May 1909

i - i . . . i, i ?Lf^WFSbT RWTFRiir'^T ? ? ? IN 8 \M iWIoftrii' fl*» D 5 pk-f-fCA f) A 9 CSffc I' '?'fridl EUiVitr vv IWiw M n 0\fl H flu* lift IE«in,Lv U ? il xfi m VWp m W W m 13 W a %J? Q I! It* mJ3 W* m H %f tLvur UW* m Ud H kj ^Jktfr *t*P m n ? iwnM 'JU'wit a n - EASY 'TERMS. - '- ' ' ' ' 74 Castlereagh Street 74, - And at Newcastle, Wtelboume and Brisbane. EUSTACE BENNETT, General Manager. SYDNEY.

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LAWSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 29 May 1909

[?] [From our Own Corukspondkni\J The Mutual Improvement Society at the Mechanics Institute has started under fav orable conditions, and at the first meeting held on Thursday, 21st May, there was a good attendance of members. The sub committee presented their suggested rules and standing orders, \vhich after discussion were carried. . The election of officers re sulted as follows :— President, Mr. W. Wind ever ; vice-presidents, Messrs. Stanley Allen and H. J. Kairf ax ; secretary and treasurer, Mr. Richard Roberts ; com mi t Stirrup.' The programme was afterwards arranged as follows : Thursday, May 27, Debate, '.' That the offer to the British Government by the Australian people of a Dreadnought is a desirable one.' June 3 : Recreation Games and Coffee. June 10 : Debate. June 17 : Music, and Elocution and Cocoa. June 24: Debate. Mr. Fair fax was' elected Premier, and he selected Messrs. Easterbrook and Stirrup as mem bers . of. the ..Ministry. Mr. S. Allen was appointed Reader of t...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 29 May 1909

M Grand View Hotel, M WUNT\V( ) RTI I FA hhS. W. P. WILSON, Proprietor. Two hundred yards from Railway Station, and 10 ininutes' drive or 20 minutes' walk to Went worth Falls and the Valley of Waters. Tariff from 35s. to 42s. per week.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 29 May 1909

Palace Avenue Lawson. / _? ^ GENERAL STORE. /^Jy Hest Brands of- ? / »T^ / Grocery and Produce, / '\^T / Drapery, Boots, Shoes,/' ^ Cfok / Crockery, Irommon- / jML^1' / r\ ffery, Patent Medi-/ '/?fi^ / ft cines, &c. / ir / I Prompt delivery / f^SriL * / to all parts of/ *- ?^l /Agent for— the district. / oJ / «, / K / PETROL, ((, / Oj / Anderson's Seeds, / «T^ / Baker & Rouse's / CL_4 / Photographic Goods. '^S- / All communications will receive / protupt and careful attention.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 29 May 1909

Great Consternation ! ? TREMENDOUS SENSATION ON THE COURSE. FRKCKIvKS swept clean out of the race by Aslmrms Freckle Lotion at a start of Three and ? Six, with Sixpence for the Post. .. .. i ? SATIN CRKAM FOOD, first place in the Cream Race. Same Price quoted. FATORP left at the post by Astnrias Treatment. Kxtra Fat run right off the course. Men and Women served alike. INSOMNIA never got a place. INSOMNIUM ran it out of Sight. The, judge said . that sucii treatment was never known before. A win in the double for one owner.' Send to the Asturias Manageress for particulars, 1.3 Phoenix Chambers, 158 Pitt St., Sydney. Full 'details as to the running in each course sent by return post. Don't delay to get all pnrtieuUu-\ SYDNEY IS KUIvl, OF IT !

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Katoomba Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 29 May 1909

Katoomba Rifle Club. The following are the scores made on Saturday last against lyismore by Katoomba on the local range, and Jyismoore shooting at' lyismore made 476, thus winning by 2 points : — 500 600 Total. I A. Acland 33 29 62* W. Hicks ' 27 28 55 Capt. Hicks ' 30 33 63 T. Martin 31 29 60 O. Crawshavv 32 26 58 R. Moss 32 30 62 A. Anderson 27 27 54 1 C. Whalau . 30 30 60 1 Grand Total ' 474 I The following are the quarterly scores :— ') Hdp 500 600 Total' 2 K. Craig ' S ,27 25 60 W. -Scope 8 25 21 54 1 R. Field 4 23 22 49 1

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 29 May 1909

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

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wentworth Falls. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 29 May 1909

7\ ' ' .' M ,' ' .' ' ' M .' ' ' ' .' ' .' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' .' ' ' ' 1' ,' ' ' ' ' ' 1 ' ' ' ', H ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ? ' ' ? ' ' ' H ' f Wentworth Falls. I ?1 ? £ : [.From our Own Corrk.spondknt.] In connection with the proposed scheme' of advertising- the Blue Mountains at the forthcoming Queensland Exhibition, a pub lic meeting was to have been held in the School of Arts on Monday night last 'for the j purpose of placing the matter before the local people who are interested, but as the weather was so wet and the attendance poor it was decided to postpone the meeting' I until next Monday evening, May 31st. I Messrs. K. P. Frost and Co. were the I successful tenderers for the erection of the I local post-office, they being the lowest, I viz., £528. Mr. A. Thompson secured the contract for the erection of stables, servants' quar ters, etc., in connection with Dr. .Sinclair \s- private Sanatorium. We understand that Mr. R. L. .Hall has left the district. No doubt he will...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
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When She Comes. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 29 May 1909

When She Comes. My loye may come when roses blow Or wljeii' the 'leaves-are, sere ; , , | M3r love may come with cheeks aglow Or filled with sudden fear ; . : My love may come with golden hair Or tresses dark as night ; No matter when, no matter where,, ...... The day will be devinely fair, ;, . The world superbly bright. ' ' ? ;;-; My love may come when I am old , '? Or ere youth's fancies flee ; ' '? ' ? ? Before this day's last hour is told '?? ??' '? '''??? My love ina3r come to me ; .. , ., .1 It may be on some mountain high ... , - Or on some placid shore; '? No matter when, or where or why, : :- ? : s I'll know h er when' she comes-, as I ; ? ? ! . vSo often have before. ???.:'! ?-..„?

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE HOME PAGE. c 1 LJ X"J [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 29 May 1909

X .''?':? '( By MvpNA. :? ' ? To-day I am in a frivolous mood and so of course you. will get the benefit of it. .1 am going to run right off the regular track and give you an article on quite a different subject to any you have had before— Fancy Dresses for a Fancy Ball. I know that in all the country towns, . little or big, there is always a chanty ball where if fancy dress is not the rule, at least fancy sets and a Grand March or something equivalent. In fact, so much time are these fancy sets taking up that the dancers who are not taking part in them are beginning to grumble. But this is chiefly in the city, I think. In the country fancy sets still hold their own. JNovv 1 am going to tell you or some new and novel costumes that suggested themselves to me as I viewed 'Jack and Jill ' for the first time last night.. What a confession for a journalist to make, you will say, when the play has been run ning fifty nights. Yes, but circumstances alter cases and I am a very busy woman an...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 29 May 1909

ojp/ ~\^ Love! Street, Katoomtoa, ? /fyL N\ HIGH-CLASS QORSETIERE. ' / T&^frv/^^SS^i 'W\ At .Homk at Jyovici, St. to Cijicnts Wichnicsdavs, 3 to' 9 j-.im. / ( V^'oJ'^vK/ IV] OW that winter is. approaching', many ladies are having' ttu'lor .( \ X^^V^^V niades, and \vhat is more essential to the success of a. tnilor \ \ vMa^WI made than a well-fitting- Corset? Nurse Coan is highly gratified - -v \ JiftXjJ/ \ ^° ivnnounce that she is in receipt, of extremely satisfactory reports \\v\A \W\ \ fi'oiii the leading lady residents of Katoomha and, lyeirra on the work W7 ft \ \w/I \ \ 'K-'^oniplished by her for them. Nurse is prepared to give the same, .. t# /// ' nil \ satisfaction to each one of her clients. Indies may be fitted by /v/' If/ \ (Us \ appointment in their own lionies. Kach figure made a, distinct.. -??' V/J^T^J !' I \n i . . stjnly. jN.urse -1ot;s n,(.it ask,,''J-j-r deposits: lier , terms ;,vre i,C:u-'.h on ' '''- '' ///' y i Nlfi&iil I ??receipt o'f oi'der'-i...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 29 May 1909

He who fights and runs away' : ! ; May live to fight another day ; Hut who takes Woods' Great Peppermint Cure Will cause his- foes discomfiture ! '''''? ; It is with small. surprise one learns ? ? ?'; .Win* Johnson proved too good for Burns ; . . ; The former, so. we understand, Kept Woods' Great Peppermint Cure on hand ! Where to Stay. TV/I' RS . COC IT RAN , ' ' Manordean , ' » Wentworth -^?V-*-. Falls. Accommodation for Kight. 25s. 'per week . , : BOARD AND RF,SIDKN.CK.-~Miss O'Rourkk), . ? ' Hillside, ' ' Wentworth Falls. Select. Ex cellent Cusine. Central. ,.-?.,- TDOARD AND RKSIDKNCK.— Mrs. Wai.sh, **— * 'Brucedale,' Wentworth -Falls, (three min utes from the Falls). Tariff : //I. Is. ' ?? ! A Comfortable . Home in a Charming District. 'The Pines,' Wentworth. Falls, Reasdna abie Terms. Good table. Particulars from MRS. h. RIUKY.' Ifllfjr II w JL ill Illy Bjuc Mountains, (.Six and a-half miles from Ml. Victoria,) A comfortable, well-kept Minn Mouse, beautiful climate, with cool...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 29 May 1909

LEURAi Visitors conveyed to all Mountain Sights. Relia able horses. Reasonable charges. LEURA Wood, Coal and Coke Yard. Furniture and Luggage carefully removed. All Trains attended. Orders prointply executed.

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 — 29 May 1909

^%sammammmmi ? ? --n^-i — ? MZrSs t - S will meet You at the Palls, (Bring the babe but quell its squalls) Midst crumbling rock and quivering fern, Your faces they must twist and turn Until I get a perffect-uose Then the camera-T-ffDp she goes ! Take ytfffi* portrait atiywhere 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 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. (Kslnl)lisiu.'(l 1904.) A inert.1 step from the Station, mul riyM opposite the Post, office, ' JLKirRA.. ^oonoMMin ? » ? ™ 'K&t

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 29 May 1909

&w?w Fruiterer and ^'WWstP CoofectBofiierj, f]l!i /111! I 'f Opposite Station, ^^^ BLACKHEATH. Chnirest Fruits aiul Veu'eliibles of the {-Vnsnn, orders delivered daily. l,eadiuu' brands of CMilVeliuue'ry. All kinds ill' Summer Drinks. Bicycles tor Hire. Repairs and Sundries. Agent for Bennett & Woods' Cycles. House, Land & Estate Agent, .BLACKHEATH. . x Booking Office for jtMioian Caves. MEDLOW BATH ? ... ? ! - Ik you want - 'a A First Class Turnout, : | Hither in Motor Cars, Horses, or Carriages, jl-o | to MKDlvOW HATH, or ring up Tl-;iyI-;PHONi-; $ 29, Kntoomba. ;j; J. RICK. '.}? V I S I T_^-^^-- ? :- £)) ^ \ Q KLALiinLA I n. Drapery Grocery, ironmongery, Crockery, Boots and Shoes, Produce. Orders deliverer! at Mt. Victoria am! fVledlow. [?]

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 29 May 1909

! ,,1 Phone, 15 Katoomba. B U S ! Ci €1 ITS SLiUCS OOOitfS.G'tOirSB Opp. Post Cfrffice 1 ~'~

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Medlow Bath. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 29 May 1909

1 Medlow Bath. I -& ? ? ? K- ?J-. i-Jr. rlr. ?'? ??? ?{.?? tl' -?)? ?}? ?!' !).?? -«.!?. '!?? 'I- -M1 ''}' '{? ?}? ??}'? 'i' '}' -'I'' -}'? *' 'j* '« ??-' '-J* ?*- ^ '-' ???- [Vrom Our Corrkspondknt.] Empire. Day celebrations were carried out here most successfully despite the unfavor able day. The children assembled at the 'Bungalow' in the large Recreation Hall, lately the training quarters of Tommy Burns, which Mr. Foy kindly placed at the Committee's disposal . ' Over thirty children took part in the various indoor games. Re freshments were served morning and after noon, when the adults joined and assisted in the amusements. Mrs. H. E. Morris (.President;, Mrs. Tucker (.Treasurer;, Miss Morris (Secretary), and Mesdames Reeves and Rice carried out the celebrations ? in a most efficient manner. The President delivered an ? address to the children. A. distribution of prizes took place, Mr. Barry,, manager of the Hydro, presenting two prizes for the most popular boy and girl...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BLACKHEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 29 May 1909

yiil-'J^. if: ^ 2txiz.*i:..'i: .-Xvir «fc.3i A' a- '?or ii-vit Of. i- u* ilr.ii: iL-'ai i-.il.' -I?. -X- -XJ ?!? , 1 BLACKHEATH. j [From our Own Corrkspondknt..] Empire Day, the day of the year at Blackheath, dawned cold and wet,- and anxious e-'es watched the mist 'driving past in the hope of seeing- some break. At 9.30, the time fixed for the procession-, all hope of even a temporarily fine day had gone. It had been arranged that a procession, headed by the Blackheath Brass Band, should, leave the school and. march through the principal streets, arriving at the Public Hall at 10 o'clock, but the route had to be altered, and the children marched from the . ftrhool to the hall. Proceedings at the hall' commenced at 10 o'clock before an audience fairly well filling the building. Mr. W. Laws presided, and with him on the platform were the Revs. . G. A. Gordon and G. F. Manning, Coun cillors H. J. Collier and F. Doyle, and Mr. J. Neate, sen. All present joined in singing the National A...

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