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Katoomba Police Court. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14. Before H. S. Hawkins, Esq., P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 16 October 1909

Katoomba Police Court. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14. Before H. S. Hawkins, Esq., P.M. James Hughes was charged with using indecent language in Park street on the night of the 29th ol last month, in the Council Chambers. Accused pleaded not guilt}'. Constable Crisp gave evidence of hearing the -language complained of,' and said the indecent language could be heard by anyone passing in ,the street. Accused denied using indecent language. i F. Jones, a porter on the railway station, testi :fied to hearing accused use the indecent language to Aid. Pannell and the Council Clerk. It was .after 11 o'clock at night. He saw Constable Crisp looking in the window of the Council Chambers. Accused made a statement, saying it was the first time he was ever before the Court, and de ' jiied using such language. The Court held the case proved, and fined ; the accused £2, with 6s costs. Fine paid. Frank Goldsmith was charged with loitering in the street when not in charge of a vehicle. John Henson, Inspecto...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 16 October 1909

leather Sullivan, formerly Professor , of Philoso phy at St. Ivouis University, and a man who is greatly revered by 16,000,000 of Roman Catholics in America, leads the newspaper discusson which is agitating America from the Atlantic to the Paci fic on woman's vanity. He says 'it is a farce, this highly educated, screeching, childless and husbandless sisterhood. It might be laughable were it not for the effect that such antics may have upon the young of the present generation . Women nowadays don't want higher education or culture, if we are to judge from the energy and ambition of that body of them who have the wealth and lei sure to enable them to get it, if they cared for it. The}' do not exert themselves otherwise than to. ac quire a few charming superlatives, varied by an ap propriate giggle or two, which equipment is suffi cient to get them along in polite society. ' ' Father Sullivan does not believe in the higher education for women, because he declares that they have not sho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 16 October 1909

To Property Owners and Others in Katoomba and the Mountains generally. If you require your Work done with Economy and Despatch, try V W. T. COAN, ' Caerphilly,' Lovel Street, (!i Katoomba. FOR Signwriting WEBBS*** Decorating W^& Paper-hanging Paintings Gilding Kalsomining MS/Hp** Gia_Sn-g iim aS'd its Branches M8'v RetfixSirag Sash Oorc8s Repairing and Painting Venetian BlirscSs Refixing Sash Fasteners ? ? ' ' Locks, Doors and alii kinds of House Repairs _______ ^ L/etters or Orders will receive the Promptest. Attention. Estimates Furnished. Mt _Hk jy IBDHRBEB ^flflB^B__ _^SD-^___ J___ HKk. _R' - 'Caerphiily,'. « LoveE Street, KATOOMBA. ; Where to Stay. ? 'DOARD AND RESIDENCE. —Mrs. Wai-sh, ?*-* ' Brucedale,' Wentworth Falls, (three min utes from the Falls) . Tariff: ^'1 5s. per week;. ij 5s. per day. j Mnvnp Farm Little Hartlcy- I lUUjllO Id! HI, B.ue Mountains, ! (Six mid a-half miles from Mt. Victoria,) l(j A comfortable, well-kept Farm House, beautiful climate,* i with c...

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A Health Hint. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 16 October 1909

A Health Hint. The white of an egg beaten up with cold water and taken fasting has a very bene ficial effect on the blood. There are many reasons why food is cooked. In some cases it is to make the food more digestible, in others to make it more palatable ; and of course these reasons are sometimes in al liance with regard to the same food. But when a thing can be digested when raw quite as easily as when cooked, it is more nutritious in the raw state, and that is the case with egg white.

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THE HOME PAGE. How to be Happy Though Worried. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 16 October 1909

','SS ^i^n — i — izr^ ^ ? — * /^~^i~i\ /i ij^ \ ^ /\ tf~^ ~ich ® By Myona. How to be Happy Though Worried. Nearly everybody seems to agree that ? work of some kind, thoroughly and ener getically done, is a great help towards for getting things that have gone wrong, but many people, in addition, seem to have their own pet method in treating themselves when little worries show a tendency to get ?on their nerves, and make them , like Carlyle, ' gey ill to live wi',' and some of these pet remedies sound rather curious. For instance, how does a hot bath with a ;handful of mustard in it strike you as a -cure for worries ? But the writer says that .after this, taken just before going to bed, .and a good night's rest, she generally finds that her worries have by the morning as sumed at any rate normal proportions, and have sometimes faded away altogether. Worries which do that are probably .'largely imaginary, but unfortunately many people's are very real things indeed and be yond cure alto...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 16 October 1909

MlflMJ-MOR A. T. N. A. , ,1 , ? _ ., ,1 Address— ' ' MonTrosiC, ' ' ': Main Street, Katoomba. Telephone 62, Kat. PREPARED TO ACCEPT IMMEDIATE ENGAGEMENTS ON ..' THE MOUNTAINS.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 16 October 1909

J. W. MARSH, Saddle and Harness Maker. Sundries of every description Stocked. Also Boots and Shoks. Corner of Katoomba & Main Streets, Katoomba

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 16 October 1909

Go There 'for Reliable DetitaJ Work* . .

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The Old Love. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 16 October 1909

The Old Love. Ivast night my old love came to me With roses in her hands ; She came from out the mooninists On the shores of Dream}' Iyands. And all the way was blossoming, And all the way was sweet, The jonquils and the bluebells Made a carpet for her feet ; And all the birds were carolling, The birds we used to know, And I thought I heard the whisper Of the winds that come and go Across the Fields EJlysian, And I saw the love-light shine In the eyes that looked upon me Of that dear lost love of mine. She laid her hand within my hand And called me, and I thought We wandered off together Down a pathway 1 have sought, But ne'er before discovered — *' The way that leads to Rest — And I caught her, and I kissed her, With her head upon my breast. Oh, all the way was blossoming, And all the way was sweet, And where she went I followed her, , Until the dancing feet Were lost within, the moonmist On the shores of Dreamy Xyands, My love who came to kissine., With the roses in her hands.

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A Reticent Scotchwoman. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 16 October 1909

A Reticent Scotchwoman. Scotch people have a well-deserved repu tation of cautious reticence. A train stopped at a small station on the borders of Perth shire, when a porter put his head into one of the carriages and called out : — 'Anyone for Doune ? Change here for Doune.' Nobody answered, and the train was soon speeding along, not to stop again for an hour, when an old Scotchwoman turned confidentially to a lady sitting next to her, and said : — 'I'm for Doune, but I'd no tell that strange man so ! '

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BLACKHEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 16 October 1909

*fyC A cfc cfc -& *|3 cja cfo cp ifc -js j fo cfr« -& zfe cfc cfa gjs gfc eg -&- sfc cfc- cp gfc» sfc cfc -1? -&- «fa cg^lSi. i BLACKHEATH. { [From our Own Corrkspondknt.] The billiard tournament arranged by the Games Committee of the School of Arts was brought to a close on Thursday evening. The final game was played'between Messrs. W. Bvans and Mclntosh, and resulted in a victory for the latter by 31 points. The first prize was valued at £l or a panama hat of that value. The second prize, which fell to W. Evans, was 12s 6d or value. The third prize, 7s 6d, was secured by W. Woodhead. The games throughout were well contested, and excited considerable interest. It will be gratifying to billiard players to know that the table is to be fitted with a new cloth of the very best quality, and that the order has already been placed with Messrs. Heirou and Smith. Many persons in Blackheath will be in .terested to know that Mrs. Trickett, widow of the late Rev...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 16 October 1909

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 16 October 1909

?riff MMWBUffUnBWUgM |U|MlfWMUM|fcW.lflll|JIIW[™ I IM Illl I -W I ™*ig| l ^T^S^N ^0 THE IyADIES OF KATOOMBA AND DISTRICT ! K^W^l — ? cjjls^X LoveS Street j Ka-toormba., (-^1 \\ HIGH-CLASS CORSETiERE. /^C/w/f^teT'Kyi ' AT H0M«'A'r Ivovm, ST. to Cwiwts Wednesdays, 3 To 9 p.m. / / Vo'S^NN \T ow tliat winter is approaching, many ladies are having tailor - ( V (' %»My IN v\ macks, and what is more essential to the success of a tailor \ V ? WllWfflX ' mack1' .than a well-fitting Corset? Nurse Coan is highly gratified X \ jW\¥W\ to announce that she is in receipt of extremely satisfactory reports N:- \dr\lk \W\ \ fronv th'e leading lady residents of Katoomba and Iyeura on the work /jW nWfl \ \ accomplished by her for them. Nurse is prepared to give the same W ///''W/n \ \ 'satisfaction to each one of her clients. I/'adies may bet fitted - by 0 wHUl \ appointment in their own homes. Knch figure made a distinct /Tfrrr^LllhU \ stiuhj,. Nurse does not ask foi\ c]ep;o\sits : her terms are Cash ...

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[CONTRIBUTED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 16 October 1909

[Contributed.] Write something about snow? O, heavens, write! ,We had anticipated snow, seen snow, felt snow, thrown snow, talked snow, and dreamed all night long about snow, but this was an order. When the weather began to thicken up as we ascended to Evan's Iyookout, righteous indignation pre vailed. And mirth was changed to waihngs as the silver rain began to fall, but when the feathery flakes began to fly, to light on the brushwood, and dance in thousand, through the valley, despondency disap peared, and everything in the garden was again beautiful. Imagination ran riot. Snow an inch high, a foot high, drifts ten feet high, all suggested themselves and were duly published. The siiow was lying, but not nearly as thickly. as the spectators were. As the homeward drive' began the flakes came down faster and heavier'. The apron glistened, and the trees and houses soon wore a mantle of white. Cheery pedestrians were passed snow sprinkled but jolly. Jolly, because they were getting wet...

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LAWSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 16 October 1909

[?] [From our Own Correspondent.] Again we have been experiencing won drous climatic changes. Last Sunday was rather warm for this time of the year, in fact about the hottest day this season. The numerous bushfires which were raging ^ to the south-west and west tendered to in . crease the heat. The fires, though doubt-. 1 less causing much damage to settlers, have j been viewed with awe and wonder by the i residents and tourists night after night while they lasted. It was in some respects a fearful sight to see the great wall of fire and smoke stretching for miles in the dis tance, and not knowing where it might ad vance to, for during most of the time a strong wind was blowing. To make mat ters more serious another fire started nearer home, and on Sunday it was raging past j the cemetery, and on to some of the pic turesque glens to the south of the town, just missing Adelina Falls, and sweeping I across the road lower down the valley. 1 Another blaze tackled.- Junction Falls, and I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 16 October 1909

FAMILY BUTCHER, Opposite Station, - SPRUNG WOOD, Only one quality— THE HEvST. Families waited on, and orders promptly attended to. HoteB Oriental!, SprBmgwoocf. A Hiu'h-Cln.ss Residential Hotel, commiuuiintf extensive views of fiurroundintf country. Mnj?nificc:iit Drives obtaina ble, mid behiy only 47 miles from Sydney offers exceptional attractions to motorists. Excellent Golf Links only nshort . distance from the Hotel. Terms from 30s. to 50s. per week. ?or 7s. 6d per day. ' ; Apply, MISS BARI.OW. ??' ' Mnnngcreeo.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 16 October 1909

li£$3l Fruiterer and ^mV^/Mf Confectioner, SfflW /i'Siill 1 ''' Opposite Slnlion, J^w BL^!LH^7H- Choicest Fniils and Vegetables of tlie Season. Orders delivered daily. .I^eadiny brands of Confectionery. All lsinds oi' Summer Drinks. Bicycles for Hire. Repairs and Sundries. Agent for Bennett & Woods' Cycles.

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SPRINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 16 October 1909

I SPRINGWOOD. 1 [From our Own Correspondent]. A complimentary social and presentation was tendered to Mr. Geo. Evans, who is leaving Springwood to take up fresh duties at Katoomba, on Saturday last. The social was held in the Social Club's Hall, and was well attended. Mr. Smith, in presenting; Mr. Evans with a handsome silver mounted pipe, spoke in the highest terms of the re cipient, who suitably responded. An en joyable evening terminated in the usual vocal songs. We believe Mr. Evans was also the recipient of another presentation from some of his frsends. The Springwood Cricket Club journeyed to Penrith for their first match on Saturday last. Penrith batted first and were dis missed for 71. Springwood, up to the time of drawing stumps made 59 for two wickets. A fine display of bowling was given by J. Webb, who complete!}' dumbfounded the opposing batsmen. H. Webb also played a splendid game behind the stumps, and accounted for two wickets. The captain, J. Garrett, also made a sta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 16 October 1909

Tel. No. 4993. W. T. DASH, Solicitor, Conveyancer, &c. Visits Katoomba when required. 8S Pitt St., Sydney. Private Address : (- Kookaburra.' Hazelbrook. ; House, Land -& Estate Agent, . BLACKHEATH . Booking Office for Jenolan Caves. Tol. No. 6, Blackheath. MEDLOW BATH - If you want - Hither in Motor Cars, Horses, or Carriages, go1 to MBDIvOW BATH, or ring up TBT-vftPHONl^ 29, Katoomba. ? J. RICH.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 16 October 1909

Visitors to Katoomba should not fail to see MEDLOW BATH. The most sumptuously appointed Pleasure Resort in New South Wales. 1000 Acres of the most Beautiful Private Grounds surround the Hydro, makimv it the best, place on the Mountains to spend a day picnicisiny. If your arrangements prevent you stopping' at the Hydro ?well, come along1 find have a lunch there. Motor Car Trips Daily to Jenolan Caves. If you are goint? to the Caves, ring up 'PH0NI3 29, KATOOMBA. and a seat will be kept for you.

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