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Parramatta District Synod. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 30 October 1909

Parramatta District Synod. The Synod of the Parramatta district coinnien- J ced its sessions in the Methodist Church, Katoom ba, on Tuesday morning. The following minis ters were present : — Charles Jones (Penrith), H. Hall (chairman), W. Pearson and R. H. Camp bell (Granville-L/iverpool), R. B. Jones and E. Dean (Ryde), J. Bryant and G. K. Johnson (Homebush), G. Thompson (Windsor), T. F. Rudd (Hawkesbury), J. Green (Caniden), F. H. McGowan (Campbelltown), T. F. Potts (Katoom ba), A. Morris (Gosford). The Chairman welcomed the members to the eighth Synod, and expressed the confident hope that the meeting would be a pleasant one. Rev. G. Thompson, in the name of the ministers, wel comed the Chairman, who had not long come into the district. Rev. Potts welcomed the mem bers of the Synod to Katoomba, and expressed the wish that the visit would be mutually enjoyed by the Ministers and the local residents. The Rev. W. Pearson was elected secretary and chose Rev. Walker as his assistant. ...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
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SPRINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 30 October 1909

| 5PRINGWOOD. I [From our Own Correspondent]. The annual general meeting of the Spring wood Cycling Club was held on Friday. The President, Mr. E. W. Maidment was in the chair. The Treasurer presented a balance-sheet showing a credit balance of ^15 15s 91Ac\. Mr. W. Gorton-Barker, Secretary, announced that as he was leaving the district he would be unable to accept office for the ensuing year. General regret was expressed, and a hearty vote of thanks was accorded to him for his liarri nnrl snr cessful work in the formation and carrying on of the Club. The Club during its first year of existence already has a roll 118 members, and the prizes for the year amounted to over ;£l00. On the motion of the President it was resolved that a gold medal suitably incribed be purchased and presented to Mr. Barker, in recognition of his services as Secretary. Votes of thanks were also passed to the President and As sistant Secretary. The election of officers for the ensuing year resulted as follows...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
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LAWSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 30 October 1909

III1OIIIMII1M I Illllll I IMIIMII lllMII It Mlllflll 111)1 t t I t t I IM II I I f -IM If I' '- f._V!_UJ_!_J !J [From our Own Correspondent.] A bioscope entertainment was given on Monday for the purpose of obtaining stereo scopic pictures for the local Public School. The children were most active in canvas sing the town, and there was a good atten dance. The pictures were instructive and humorous and well shown. * ?» * Our local riflemen had a friendly contest with the Blackheath Team, who journeyed down here last Saturday. The visitors proved too good for our men. Unfortunately some of our best shots were unable to be present. * *? *? On Wednesday evening the Mechanics' Institute was again well rilled with an at tentive audience. The address was given by Dr. McClelland, of Sydney, who spoke on ' Iyibertj' and Love,' and gave some ' very wholesome words of exhortation for Christians to think more seriously of the higher law of love in relation to question able amusements, which in t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 30 October 1909

I .' DON'T YOU KNOW I Take Portraits at the F.alls ? i Yes, it's a fact, and take them well, any style, POST CARDS, CABINETS OR PANELS. ! Every portrait is retouched, whether it be a '! post card or panel photograph. Make an appointment by letter or post card, or better still, call. I LOCAL POST CARDS. I My own photos, in enormous variety, always in 'J stock, also Stationery, Fancy Goods, Toys, 1; Haberdashery, Periodicals, Books, etc., etc. ! Note this Address ? '?—— - \ HIGH-CLASS PHOTOGRAPHER, i Right Oppositk Post Okrick, | LEURA, W.S.W. I Where the Best Post Cards are. M R. KERR, ' DliNTATy SUROUON, DULWICH HIU,, SYDNEY, Will practice his profession at lyeura WEDNESDAYS AND THURSDAYS. May be consulted at Dash's, the Mall, lyeura. ^fyHvPfP' Coach Proprietor, LEURA. Visitors conveyed to all Mountain Sights. Relia able horses. Reasonable charges. _________ ? ? _____! High-Class Paper Hanger, Decorator, - - Painter, Eight Years associated with J. SANDY.& Co., Sydney. Estima...

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Wentworth Falls. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 30 October 1909

Wentworth Falls, fj [From our Own Correspondent.] A Tennis ? meeting was held recently at the School of Arts to consider the question of electing a Secretary to succeed Mr. Osborne, who has acted in that capacity for the past two years, and who is leaving the district. Mr. O'Shaunessy was mentioned as one likely to act as Secretary. The telephone subscribers will be overjo}'ed to learn that a trunk line connecting Wentworth Falls and Katoomba will now be at their service. It was opened during the week for business. The main trunk line will now be free from the local service up to tne present the condition oi things has been anything but satisfactory. One sub scriber tried to get Katoomba for three days. Mr. Freebury is now connected with the exchange, and six or seven others are waiting to be connected. The Rev. Leopold Charlton, froniElthani, Kent, was the preacher at both the morning and evening services at Holy Trinity Church last Sunday. At the evening service the- audience was ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 30 October 1909

| '''' $ 204 Pitt St., Sydney. ) I Direct Importer and Manufacturer of all kinds of I Saddlery, Planless, Horse Rugs, Travelling 1 Bags, etc. J Save the Middleman's Profit by dealing, direct. I The Best and Cheapest House in Sydney. 1 CALL AND INSPECT. || Repairs Neatly and Promptly Executed at [I Reasonable Charges. I NOTE TI-I33 ADDRESS. . . | J. LI NTON, Proprietor, I 204 Pitt St., Sydney. 1 Phono, City 1677. | Printed and Published by Jaiues Clarence Hart, for the Mountaineer Printing and Publishing Co., -I/td., at Park vStreet, Katoomba

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To Contributors and Others. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 30 October 1909

To Contributors and Others. Correspondence is invited upon all matters affecting the general welfare of the district or the Blue Mountains. It should be accompanied by the signature of the writer, and the name when a nom de-plume is used, will be regarded as strictly con fidential. Descriptive articles, short stories, verse, etc., will be acceptable. Changes of address should be notified without r1f»1«v nUiprwisp --1ip- 'PVTitrn* pa 11 not. be lie! d resnnn sible for the non-receipt of the paper. No notice will be taken of anonymous communi cations. Copy must be in not later than Thursday noon to ensure insertion. Advertisements must be sent in not later than Friday morning. Subscription Rates. 12 Months . . . 10s. 6d. 6 ... 5s. 9d. 3 ' ... 3s. Strictly in Advance. , \ Copies may be had from following : — Katoomba— MuivLANY & Co., Main Street. KiTCH & Co., ' A. GiiyCHRiST, Katoomba Street. H. A. Bundy, ' H. Philips, ' Leura — A. G. Fowi^ER, Iyeura Mall. C. Ia Dash, '...

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LEURA. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 30 October 1909

1. 1 man , ,;i,,.i. , u'lmWumnitrrnrTrrr iimiill lu'iuimumui nrmm t ? ~w ~u — j '^ ~u — t~ ~i — ib /\ | From our Own Correspondent.] The first wedding to be celebrated in the Leura Presbyterian Church took place on Wednesday afternoon last, the contracting parties being Mr. C. Iyindeman, eldest son of Alderman G. H. E. I/indeman, of l,eura, and Miss L,. Cannon, of -Gnndagai. The Rev. G. A. Gordon, of Blackheath, offici ated, and the church, which was prettily decorated with white flowers and greenery, was well iiiieci. rne onaegroom was at tended by his brother, Mr. P. Lindeman, who carried out the duties of groomsman, and the Misses Cannon (4). were brides maids. The wedding was a very prett}' onej the bride being dressed in white silk, with the customary veil and wreath, and carrying* a beautiful shower bouquet, and wearing a handsome gold ring, gifts of the bridegroom. Being the first wedding in the Church a large family bible was pre sented to the happy couple, signed by Mr. W. ...

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What More Can a Man Give? [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 30 October 1909

What More Can a Man Give? On deck of the s.s. Osprey two long chairs were placed side b}^ side, one occupied by a fair haired, good looking youngster, the other by a frank-faced, pretty girl, two or three years his junior . They were talking earnestly, lowering their voices so that they should not be overheard by the many who were seated around or promenading, mostly in couples, two and fro, with monotonous JJClSCVCiCllCC. Near the young, couple, leaning over the white rail and looking gloomy over the green sea, was a big, sunburnt man of middle-age. A ship is but ? a tiny world and there is no. escaping from any of its people, and Stephen Railtry would have given all that he possessed to have avoided witnessing the love scene so near him. Sometimes it seemed that he was forced to glance at the occupants of the two long chairs, and then a spasm of pain shot across his strong face, to be ironed out in a mo ment later, as the mournful eyes looked out to sea again. Anne Shannon and he ...

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THE PEACOCK TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 30 October 1909

THE PEACOCK TROPHY. In just a fortnight from to-day Katoom ba will have its first great gathering of riflemen who are coming to compete for the Peacock Trophy, the finest and most valu able ever shot for in Australia. This is no ordinary event. It is as much a national as a local event, and too much value can not be placed upon this occasion. We are informed by Captain Hicks that some thirty or more clubs will send teams here to try and win the trophy, and as there are four men to a team it will easily be seen that it means quite a number of active participants, not to mention the number of people who will be drawn here to witness the contest. General Gordon will more than likely be present, as an invitation has been extended to him, Colonel I^ee and many other officers are to be present, and the day and the oc casion will be one of unusual interest and importance to our townspeople. The en tertainment of these officers and men be comes a question of just as much importance to the w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 30 October 1909

Tel. No. 4993. % W. T. DASH, I ; Solicitor, Conveyancer, &c. ? Vioitr. Kntoomba when required. ij 85 Pitt St., Sydney. j Private Address: 'Kookaburra.' Hazel brook. l^uvjo y£vy1\*\ ^^**^^^w ETlM c ^t^r' w i » ? ' . irnsgpy* „_ \U|£Sl.&i wnUHCnft; j^^^^^r Go There for Reliable DesitaS Work and at Leura. ©J^^^^8*™ '''''^ Our Small Goods a Treat. ^^H ' *»& * ™ ? (III J. W. MARSH, Saddle and Harness Maker. Sundries of every description Stocked. Also Boots and Si-ioks. Corner of Katoomba &. Main Streets, Katoornb; PIANO TUNER and PIANIST, Tunings any part of Mountains, 7s. 6d. Messages may be left with Mr. Gilchrist. Letter; to Katoomba Post Office. Syd. Ad. : Tryon Rd., Lindneld. Tel. 380, Chats Mhmber__A. T. N. A. Address— ' ' Montrosis, ' ' Main Street, Katoomba. Telephone 62, Knt. PREPARED TO ACCEPT IMMEDIATE ENGAGEMENTS ON THE MOUNTAINS. When visiting Katoomba aim straight for one of iffify Tea, Luncheon and '?^JlT Refreshment Rooms Next door to Post ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 30 October 1909

« -? THE STORE ] ) f 1 fOR BOOTS AND SHOES. / 1. ^^ *5) if Bring us your Repairs. Executed promptly, best I Ibo nmterial and workmanship guaranteed, at City Trices ((9 (£ Telephone 75. -& & ' Our Boot Shop,' | f katoomha j^njd i.kura. §)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 30 October 1909

| Will Open in its Temporary Premises I 1 \ I ! / in a Few Days. I i i VOUNG IvADY wanted for Book-keeping and JL as Collector. Apply ' Echo' Office. ? ____ ? ' ' ' I Katoomba Parents and Citizen's I Association. j The Ordinary Meeting of the above will be held I on MONDAY' next, 1st November, at 8 p.m.. I Important business. A full attendance requested, I J. CHANDI^R, Hon. 'Sec.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 30 October 1909

Pitt and Castlereagh Streets, ? SYDNCV.— — — = The Home of Country Visitors. * * % THIS Treading City Hotel is provided with all the latest modern conveniences : — Electric I/ight throughout the establishment both day and night. Hot and Cold Water Baths at all hours of the night or day, admitted absolutely the finest in Australasia. Night Porters in attendance throughout the whole of the night. Single Rooms : Apartments only from 3s 6d per night. ' ' from 22a 6d weekly. Double Rooms : Apartments only, from 6s 6d per night. ' (- from 42s 6cl weekly. Single rooms, including full Board, Bed room and all attendance, from 50s weekly. Double rooms, including full Board for two persons, Bedroom and all attendance, from £5 weekly. Inclusive terms by the day, 8s, ? Meals served in Family Dining Hall from Is 6d. ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 30 October 1909

TENDERS. 'TENDERS are invited for Renting 'TEA J- ROOMS 'at ' Valley of Waters, ' for one year from 1st November next. Address : vSECRETARY, Recreation Reserves, October 29, 1909. Wentworth Falls. Municipality of Katoomba. TENDERS. TENDERS are invited and will be received up -*? to 4 p.m. on Tuesday, November the 9th, for CI/EARING- and FORMING of about 25 Chains, more or less, of Jersejr Avenue, between Malvern Road and Olympian Parade, full width. Specifications of the work may be inspected at the Council Chambers during office hours. A deposit of 5 per cent.' to accompany each tender. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. HAROIyD QUINAN, Council Chambers, Town Clerk. October 27th, 1909. Under Instructions from the Permanent Trustee Co. of N.S.W. For Sale in Subdivision, by Public Auction, on the Ground. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15th, 1909, at 3 p.m. 7 7 7m This highly improved property comprises over 5 acres of the best building land at Katoomba, and includes that fine Mount...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 30 October 1909

Tel. 24, Katoomba. Kstablished 1897. DISPENSING CHEMIST, The Katoomba Pharmacy Main St., opStSray also at LEURA MALL, LEURA. Your Headache or Neuralgia cured in a few minutes by taking my Neurulfjia. Powders. Price, Is. per box. They may be used for Toothache or Influenza, Makes your Skin like Velvet. MEDLICOTT'S TOILET CREAM has a marvellous effect on rough skin. One or two applications will remove the roughness, and by its occasional use the skin acquires the smoothness and softness of a baby's. The Toilet Cream is not sticky, and gloves may be worn a few moments after using: it. Delightful after Shaving:. Price, One Shilling.

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Cricket. MULLANY & CO. v WOODFORD ACADEMY. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 30 October 1909

1 ;, ; Cricket. ; ??'.'./; MUIvI/ANY & CO. v WOODFORD ACADEMY. The club which has been formed by the em ployees of Mullany & Co., journeyed to Woodford on Wednesdaj' afternoon last, and played a match against Woodford Academy. The match resulted in a win for Mullany & Co. by 7 wickets 42 runs. The following is the result : — Woodford. . Mackey, c, b Collett 0 Ivewin, b Ferguson 33 Hannam, b Omerod 4 Rector, b Omerod 0 vSillar, b Omerod 0 Botting, b Ferguson 13 Howard, run out ' 0 Tidswell, b Ferguson 0 Paravicini, b Anderson 1 Stuart, not out 6 Hay, c, b Ferguson 9 Sundries 4 70. Mullauy & Co. Ferguson, retired 57 Cliff, c, b Hannam 1 Knight, b Hannam 5 Anderson, b Howard 3 Omerod, b Howard 4 Collett, retired 17 Quinn, retired ' ' 9 Funnell, retired 1 Whaites, retired 4 Sundries 11 4 wickets for 112

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 30 October 1909

Jn ^ r- y--n| /— r-* p. r ? , IRON AND ZINC WORKER, ELECTRIC BELL FITTER, I / \ 1 \ / j i'l 1 1 \ :' Kataomba Street, ICat©©mfoa0 ' ; ji * ' *? /i j 'III V' ' (Opposite Goyder Bros.) 11 \ j\ n j i , l { J\ ' ' ? H l 'j ij 'v_: I i \_f LJ l. i \_ J [J All work intrusted to me done under my personal supervision. Write for my booklet of references. Estimates given if desired. -^ d»Bfe ? ICATOOMBA BAKERY, ? MMU ST., OPP. STATION, '? KATOOS¥1BA, ^ s 'tohSEbbL Ana at Lewira, Lawsora, and SpringwoodL --4 ^ ^BfflW ?? '? ' - » ' Tel. 25, Kat. r-J Vj Our own Small Goods fresh daily. Our carts deliver daily all over the district. V- Sa Tea. and Refreshment Rooms. Summer Drinks and Confectionery. kn yi We have the choicest selection of leading brands of Confectionery, and our stock is always fresh and xj s-3 reliable. A TRIAL SOLICITED . ? Va HAS it ever STRUCK you that B Opp. Goyder Bros., Katoomba St., is a Specialist in up-to-date high-class Boot Repairs ? Hand-sewn work a spe cialty. A Note...

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Railway Time Table—Blue Mountain Service. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 30 October 1909

Jf ; ? ? ,ih..,ili,,,ili, .ill, .Hi, ,ili. ,in, ,ili, ,ili,.,ili,.,ili, .Hi,,, Hi. ,ili,.,ili, ,ili, iili.. FROM SYDNEY. week: days. ----—--—------—. j ^ ? ^ ? __ ? NVecl , Wednesday p,.jd SATURDAYS STATIONS. .j-at! ™KDAYS Additional. Add ADDITIONAL. SUNDAYS. am' am a-m pm pm pin pm p m am P m P m am p in ,pm p in pm p hi p m T-'m p m Sydney dep. . . -. 8 28 9*25 . . 5 26 7 30 9d 0 4 fc 7 52 i 15 I- 55 7 52 L 0 1 25 2 25 6 15 7 30 7 0 8jc15 9rf 0 Strathfield . ..'.844 9M0 ? 745 9dl5 ... 8 8 L 2S . . 8 S ? 6 31 7 45 7 15 8.r3.1 9d\5 Penrith. . . 6 55 9 48 10*31 2 10 5 18 8 37 lOd 6 ... 9 0 2 10 .. 9 0 ... 2 32 3 23 7 23 8 37 8 10 9u;21 lOrf 6 Springwood. 7 33 10 33 .. 2 50 5 55 9el5 . . 5 33 . . I 50 ? 2 443154 0 8 h 9e\5 8*4« ? Woodford. .7 5210 59 .. 3 9 7 14 '.. . .. 5 52 .. 3 9 ? 3 3 3 37 4«21 8 33 ? Hazelbrook. 7«5811 7 . . 3 15 7 20 . . . . 5 58 . . 5 15 ? 3 9 3 44 4^27 8 41 ? Lawson. . . 8 1011 1811446 3 27 7 32 9 54 .. 6 10 10 15 3 27 5 56 10 15 3 2l 3 56 4' 39 8 52 9 54 9 27...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 30 October 1909

^ ^ uaam a » b At lowest Rates for Cash, try the 4 George Street, Sydney. (Near Railway). I .Prompt and Faithful Execution of County Orders a Special Feature. Prime Corned Eeef, 18s per lOOlbs. Prime Carcase Mutton, 2d per lb. Mutton vSugar-Cured Hams, 3d. -Country Buyers are invited to send for Full Price lyist', or~5sJPostal'Note~for Sample Order. Satisfaction Guaranteed :Freight-141bs— 87 miles, 3d ; 421bs— 87 miles, 6d W. PAYNE, Proprietor. Ijnol ' ImTI '??? order and see how well you BLUE MOUNTAIN ECHO OFFICE, KATOOMBA. ImU— = .=j11bi

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