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The Human Form Divine. A SERIES OF ARTICLES WRITTEN SPECIALLY FOR THE "RLUE MOUNTAIN ECHO." (1)—FEET. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 5 June 1909

The Human Form Divine. A Series o.i? Articles Written Speciaivi,y for the ' RivuK Mountain Kcho.' By a BiyuE Mountaineer. (1)— FEET. In these days the character is sometimes told by the handwriting, sometimes by the lines on the hand, or the bumps on the head. Why not by the other members of the body as well ? If spme enterprising character-reader would start reading by the feet, he might succeed in opening up a new science. I wonder what name he would give to it — ' Pedology' perhaps, from the I/a tin word pedes the feet. It is always wise to have a classi-. cal name,— especially when there isfnothing in the science— as in the case of any quackery, it im presses those, at any rate, who are' unacquainted But I am not sure that there would not be some thing in such, a science as this. They say that 'The shoemaker's wife gets the worst 'shod.' This is sad, because good shoeing is necessary if good dressing is sought after, One can never look well dressed if the shoes are down at heel,...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Starving the Rifle Clubs. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 5 June 1909

Starving the Rifle Clubs. ' Defence,, not Defiance ' is the excel lent motto of the rifle clubs attached to the Australian army. But ho\y farcical ! Is it the citizens' fault? No — with emphasis we again say no. Here, in this glorious Commonwealth, men, young and old, are ever ready to rehearse the parts they would be called upon to play in the theatre of war,, should — and probably will at no distant date - an invasion of our golden islancl take place. But in what rii anner/ does ouiv.Gov eriimtiiiLb ^reacuu aim vjuuc/ ciiu 111 me citizens' lordly ambition?; Do, they sup plement our stands of arms, or erect ranges where our male population can learn the particular use of a rifle? No ! absolutely NO ! . Everything that can be done to damp the ardor of the soldier (embryo or full fledged) is done. On all sides for several years this defence scheme has been dinning in our ears, but how little has been accomplished. ? And now, Conscription is in the air. Do we need it ? No ! I^et us re...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 5 June 1909

For Bronchial Coughs take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is 6d.

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lasting Love. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 5 June 1909

Lasting Love. Ivove — that elusive thing' to analyse — is what makes the old world go round, and whether it brings joy and gladness, as it 'should, or sorrow and discontent, as is 'sometimes the case, it is a part of the great scheme of things, and must be. A true, great love is religion. Such a love is rare where both man and woman trust, sacrifice, and live but for one another. Perhaps all lovers have their moments of wounded self-love. The very nature of the force of attraction that draws \SU\r t? |-/\^-V-lll J IUCIU tV Ul 1 V_ P|-/LV,i(ll WV1JUUJ ^.ApJwlliirj this, and there are times in all love affairs when the waters of ?sentiment are troubled, and we call it a 'tiff.' ? ? ' - ? ? _ ?? Congeniality ! That's the secret of a. lasting love, and it's the only- thing -that really, counts. If a man loves a woman' for her beauty ' at first, and finds eventually — as he evidently will — that it was beauty alone that attracted' him, the world and the woman will find it out also. A wif...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE HOME PAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 5 June 1909

[?] ;: ' ?'?? ' . By Myona. ?? .'????:?-. t. J :'..??'...? .-'I ' . ? ? ' ? ? Here we are again, Greetings once more. Be glad you aren^iii .. Sydney ^ |d.-da,y.:;for--, ,jt?vi is being just a horrid day ': Carey skies' overhead, not a glimpse of silver to brighten them, not even a glimpse of blue. , . ?Empire 'I)ay, too!, . Makes, me ' think ?. of .';.diiltl hdod's days and the, jnflictjpms fond .parents- suf- fered in the way of recitation's. ' '' Slie weeps to wear a crown. ' ' That' & one -of inine I remember. Ma}'be Empire Day wept in memory of ' ' She who wore a crown . ' But the children.. -flidrrt weep.; They marched and drilled and beamed and smiled like the little ? Britons 'they are; and wei'it through their evolu-; tions perfectly, likewise was the singing perfect As for the young cadets ! Why, if they only grow up as well disciplined Australia is going to be able to take care of herself. But I am not going to talk of Empire days and drills. Those things the ' ' D...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 5 June 1909

Drapery, Grocery, Srooimonigery, Crockery, Boots 'and'Shoes, ; Prodoce. I Orders delivered at M. Victoria and Medlow.

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 5 June 1909

lowest interest. N.S.W. l¥8oot do Piete DB & L Co., Ltd.,,: EASY TERMS. - 74 Castlereagh 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 — 5 June 1909

r — „ ? . ? — . ? — ? -._ ? _- ? — ? „ ? ^ \-£^SEh\ To the Ladiks ok Katooi\i«a and District! j&fr/ '' \~ Love I Street, Ksttoomitoa, yMl, : -\ .' v. HIGH-CLASS CORSETiERE. , /^y-^W^^S^^i5m 'pi HpiJiK A'.ivlvoviu- vSt. to C];ji-;N'i\s Wj^dnjcsdavs, 3 to 9,i\m. ,„,. / ( '''''' ';'\^^i^^ay 'VTOW'tluit .winter is approaching, many ladies are having tailor l , ,\ ,., \^w\^)^CW' ? iiiacles,, nnc] what is more essential to the success of: a tnilor \ \ 'MmI'^^i niaile.than a ^k'll-fitting Corset ? WMirse Coan is highly gratified ?\. \ AM\jfW''-\ to fl'ii'ioiihceVtliat she is in receipt of extremely satisfactory reports ^\\^^/Avw\ Y fronvth'd tending lady residents of Katoomba nnd-lyeura on the 'work' r/W '//(\lf/i \ \ uccon^pHsheij, l^y her for them. Nurse is prepared to give the same Mr f/l\]\ln \ \ satisfaction n to' each one of her clients.' ladies may be fitted 1\v ':- ?(''??- ty^mxt \ 1 -w ^Ppoiutiii^ent in their pvvn liomes. % a clr figure made a distinct //Jnff^-i'rM 'VI s'^...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
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Things in General. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 5 June 1909

, ? ? ' : ? - ? 1 Things in General. ' .-. - 'By the Man in thb Street. ?;??''? Having been keeping up Empire Day., ever since I was unable to give your readers ?; a few jottings from my wanderings in the district, but never mind I'll try and not: let it occur again. What a disappointment,.* it was to one .and all when Empire Dayr' the day of days which had been looked foiN1';. ward to with pleasurable anticipation j _'?'.; turned out wet and miserable. But this ... did not put a damper on the proceedings ' (or at least a part of them) judging by the excellent speeches given at the public; school in the morning and the happy-time-;: spent by the children and friends at the Masonic Hall hi the afternoon. But enough Of Empire Day, let us away to more solid things. * * * . ?'???..? Jast fancy our local football team* having ;' , received something like fifteen challenges '. to play matches on Monday next. .What.a ,. pity they cannot accept them, as with the. practice resulting from ? s...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Extravagant Lover. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 5 June 1909

, ? . ???,'.? 1 ''' The Extravagant Lover. '? ;':.,','.... ; There is a wide distinction between la\Vis1ihess' '. ' and generosity }/ the former is to be condemned, ' ' the latter admired. ' The lavish lover is generally , so from one of three causes. First, he is doubtful1 as to whether he is' the: sole possessor of the whole \ of his 'lady-love's heart; and so he '-trie's; ''by a.' profusion of gifts to purchase the remainder of the sealed arterial chambers. ' Secondl)', he him^ self has a valve or two in which his fiancee's por trait is not enshrined, and so he endeavours td j salve this fact by an extra bestowal of largesse.' Thirdly, he is such a poor viva voce sweetheart, that he takes this dumb way of expressing liis ' innermost feelings. It may be dumb, 'but it is1 certainly pleasant at least to some girls, for as one says : ? ? ? ? ' Jack never told his love. '?:?*'' A ring, a bracelet clasped around my wrist, .. I thought enough. Though sometimes, too, ', 1 we kissed.' ' '...

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 — 5 June 1909

Owing to, the fact, of next Monday being. a pub-, lie holiday the Katoomba Musical Societ}^. prac tice has been postponed till the following Monday. For Children's Hacking Cough at Night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is 6d. LEURA. Wood, Coal and Coke Yard. Furniture and Luggage carefully removed. All Trains attended. Orders promtply executed. ^gyA^SrjL ^* IVIIIAj. A 1 III, ^^#^PPBH?* Coach Proprietor, LativJrvA.. Visitors conveyed to all Mountain Sights. Reli able horses. Reasonable charges. JK:JL S\,9 I^IC&lCp ^^S' House, Land Sc Estate Agent, . BLACKHEATH . Booking Office for Jenolu.11 Caves. . J. W. MARSH,' Saddle and Harness Maker. Sundries of every description Stocked. Also Boots anp Shoks. Corner of Katoomba & Main Streets, Katoomba.

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Katoomba. IMPRESSIONS OF A CITYITE. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 5 June 1909

Katobmlba. IMPRESSIONS OF A CITYITB. [WRITTEN FOR TH15 ' MOUNTAIN BCHO' BY R.S. ] Being due for a holiday, I decided to run up to Katoomba and stay as I thought for a couple of days, that in my opinion being quite long enough to spend in those parts, but so impressed was I with the town and its people, that I lingered un til there was only a few minutes between Katoom ba and my post of duty. One of the first things that opened my eyes was its School of Arts — an institution of which one UiUJUUl SpeilK. LOO JJlgmj, HJ1U WOLliU J9L1 Oii^iJ cUlVISC the 'Committee's of such like institutions (in name only, I am sony to say) in our numerous country towns to send their Secretaries along to Katoomba to obtain information which I am sure would be readily given, and to watch the workings of this one, and if they carried back the impressions gained, and saw that they were carried out, then there would be no need for our Legislators to pass Gambling and Drink Laws, and it would not be long bef...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 5 June 1909

MEDLOW BATH - Itf YOU WANT - A First Class Turnout, Either in Motor Cars, Horses, or Carriages, go* to M]^DIvOW,BATH, or ring up Tltf^PHON B- , 29, Katoomba. J. RICE. ; *SgS7 Fruiterer and ? , ^mw'^Btf confectioner, !? I KjBftf BLACKHEATH. !:i j Choicest, Fruits mid Vegetables of tlie Season., Orders j| delivered daily. I,eadiuR- brands of Confectionery. All ; ? kinds of Summer Drinks. . | ,' Bicycles for Hire. Repairs and Sundries. ,»;, |'i Agent for Bennett & Woods' Cycles. ,]

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Marking Linen. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 5 June 1909

Marking Linen. Plenty of individuality is put into the marking of linen these days. It is no more just what is the fashion; but what is the fashion according to the individual who is buying the linen and ordering the marking. Asa rule tablecloths are embroidered upon one side, almost at the edge of the table. But some women prefer the initials done in the very centre of the cloth, and upon the prettiest cloths of all the initials are often repeated upon the opposite side I as well. Cloths are even marked at one end or in one corner, like a napkin, but the place more often chosen for marking than any other is at one side. ing varies. Just now, more trousseaux (which, by the way, have a lot to do with setting the styles in linens) are being marked with three separate initials than with monograms, and the letters are more often the straight black letters than script, or German block,, or the Japanese stj'les. These initials vary in height from two and a half to four inches, according t...

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 — 5 June 1909

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, - for Coughs and Colds, never fails. Is 6d. ? ? (M ?? Grand View Hbtel, :..^| ,^ ';! WKNTWORTH pATJ&- ''?? % - ? W. P. WILSON, Proprietor. ' .; '',,',',/ ii| Two hundred yards from Railway Station',; : oiidvlO''1-!1 minutes' drive or 20 minutes' walk to Went worth Falls and the Valley of Waters. . ,, -. Tariff from 35s. to 42s.1. per week. ...-. ? ...«.-.-

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wentworth Falls. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 5 June 1909

Wentworth Falls, [j ?FFrom our Own Corrkspondjjnt.1 The celebration of Empire Day was somevvliat marred by the weather, but as the programme was adhered to those ? who attended the Public School had a very en joyable time. The children, decorated with flags presented by Mr. Waterhouse,' rendered patriotic and. part songs very nicely. Interesting' addresses were given by Captain Murray on the high principles actuating British statesmen with particular reference to Egypt' ; Mrs. Murray, bn.,1jPat-ji. -,,_ ;,, . riotisni and Duty; Miss Bachellor, on the horrors of heathenism in China, and bv the Teacher on ' ' What is the British Empire.'' The musical part of the programme was ,, enhanced by Mr. . Parkinson singing two solos and by his tenor in the part sbngsi , ' The National Anthem concluded a very ' ? ' ' enjoyable morning. The result of the children's portion' of the programme shewed careful training .by their, teacher . ., - (Mr. T. H. Burrell). ':'. ' ',,::.'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LEURA. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 5 June 1909

[?] I From our Own Correspondent.] The work in connection with the New Church of Kngland in Megalong street is liow being pushed on, and will give a very fine appearance to the street. The cottage being built for Mrs. Norman in Iveura Mall i&Juiviiig-the iinishuig touches put on. We venture to say there is not a finer looking cot tage to be found auywhere on the Mountains. The members of the Katoomba Druids I/odge paid a visit 'to Ili e L,eura Pastime Club on MbncTay night last, and a very pleasant evening was spent, Bach member had a free pass into West's Pictures during the first part of the evening, while cards, . etc., were arranged in the back rooms of the hall, where the usual' speeches were made and refresh ments partaken of. The result of the games were : Iveura, 23 gaines ; Katoomba, 17. The lyeura Pastime Club should have visited Katoomba on Tuesday night last, but owing to varied circumstances were unable to muster a team. This is the second time that the Kanimbla...

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 — 5 June 1909

— _ ? _=^ WkI ni/o* nimi tt« .? a- ' M (W§ ' SI W EH T ADY AND DAUOHTICR have talc en' over ' ^ the beautiful residence '? Ilsinore,' with its large orchard, billiard room, and genial sur roundings, desire to hear of a few select paying guests for winter mouths. Tkrms ModicraTK. MRS. JENNINGS. Hotel OnetrrfcaS., SprBngwood. ; A Iliwli-Cluss Rcsitlcii tial llnlel, coiinunml.iuu* extensive views of ,sunuuiHliiiv.'.ctMintr-'. MiiKnilicciil .Drives ol-(ain(i- lilc.'niul beiiiu-oiily '17 ihilw from 'Sydney offers c^cepiio'nnl iittnietions to motorists, ftxecllcut Clolf Links only (ishort distimce from Uie 1'lolcl. 'Jjcnr.s from 30s. to 50s. per week. Loivxs.;tiQl.]Ji:'r O\p; „ ?. ? _ , '.' Al PlVi . .uMLSS BA.RIyp^,, .

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 5 June 1909

A. G. FOWLER, PHOTOGRAPHER, LEDRA. Opposite Post Office. Arts Arcadia — Where the best Post Carcls are.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Love Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 5 June 1909

A Love Letter. Send me some post cards, darling, Of our favourite mountain sights, That I may fancy I'm with you ; Amidst those rare delights. You caii bit}' a set for a shilling Which will all the loved scenes recall ; * (While you linger at lovely lyeura) At Fowler's— on the Mall. And remember your promise, darling, Something only for hie, you'd do ; While you linger at lovely I/eura Away on the Mountains blue. That you'd have your photograph taken. Way down at the lyinrla P*all, By the artist photographer Fowler Whose shop adorns the Mall.

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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