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The Time of the Clover-Blossom. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 13 November 1909

The Time of the Clover-Blossom. The wind from the slopes of pineland Drifts over the wide green fields To mingle its breath with the incense That rose-red clover yields ; - The clouds on the far horizon ~r Are white in the peaceful blue, And the. brooks are tender!)' crooning T1l'f» Siiii-Wfirin vsi11^»vcj fliroiio-li All over the leagues of grasses The shadows and ripples go, And a wee bird is blithely singing In the pasture down below; For he knows that near him is cradled His mate in her tiny nest, And the time of the clover-blossom Is the sweetest and the best. Song on the hills and uplands, Song in the meadows fair, Soug in the beautiful valleys, Song in the forest air ! And a gladness deep and lasting Thet broods on the starry sod — In the time of the clover-blossom, The world is near to God !

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General Gordon Meets the Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 13 November 1909

General Gordon Meets the Rifle Club. Saturday last General Gordon took the only op portunity available just at present to meet the members of the Katoomba Rifle Club, and substi tuted for a review a general chat with the men at the Carrington. Several members of the Went worth Falls Club were present, and altogether the muster was a very fair one. At two o'clock the men drew up in line in front of the Carrington, General Gordon passing along the lines .shaking hands with each one. They repaired to the large reading room, where seating capacity- was suffi cient for all, when the General addressed the men in an informal chat. He said he had no intention to spring a surprise on the men in coming at such short notice, but he had received from Captain Hicks an invitation to be present at the shooting for the trophy on the 15th, and unfortunately he had a review on at the camp of the Senior Cadets, where there would 'probably be 3000 cadets present, and as it was the inauguration of what ...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Don't All Apply at Once. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 13 November 1909

Don't All Apply at Once. Some person who has had trouble with his servants recently advertised for a girl as follows : — Wanted. — A girl to dwell in my family, assist my wife in doing the work, and give directions generally. Wages not so much an object, if she will only leave me enough of my income to pay for the crockery she breaks. If she should not be satisfied with five evenings in a week,, an effort will be made to give her eight. She may decide what she shall have to eat, and whether it shall be overdone, underdone, or done at all ; and do, in fact, just as she pleases, except wear my wife's gloves and shoes (unless her hands and feet are within four sizes of the right size). We always give our servants birthday, Christmas, and New Year's gifts. Feather beds, or mattresses, as preferred. A sick sister or old mother will be no objection, as we have a spare bedroom, and will, if necessary, hire a nurse to take charge of her. P.S.-A piano and music supplied free of charge. The u...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 13 November 1909

-2^ y * ' -TKIy. 57, KATpOMBA. I Mi Briup; along* any Price List on the Mountains, and we guarantee to supply Goods at the . ' 1 : — EE= vSame Price, or less for some lines. Let us prove it by a trial. ? ? r! I Which consonan frquentty signiffies, in six letters, to alleviate ? — S often. FOR vSAIvK.— Choice Building Site, in Bent street, 52 feet frontage by. 395 feet deep. Cash or terms. Apply Mrs. HKNSON,' ' Kent Cottage, ' Camp street, Katoomba. WANTED TO EXCHANGE for month at Christmas, comfortable Water Frontage Residence, boat, handy to tram, ferries, and baths, with one at Katoomba, Jveura, or Black heath. Full particulars from A. W. ROBERTS, 'Glenroy,' Tilba Avenue, Bahnain. PIANO TUNER and PIANIST, Tunings any part of Mountains, 7s. 6d. Messages may be left with Mr. Gilchrist. letters to Katooaiba Post Offjgk. vSyd. Ad. : Tryon Rd., I^iiulfield. Tel.' 380, Chats. Absolutely the Best For all you want in HIGH CI./ASS BOOT RE PAIRS and MKNS BOOTS, at Jyow Prices. ALLAN S. WEST...

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BLACKHEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 13 November 1909

K ?iiSfiSi'ii 'U '?JZJui 'Hi iia 'is »lr Si; Or Jlr *-lt. 'Ji.a: Hi tir -Jt-WA: ?yz.'izum: m.'x: ^u.- *? 1 BLACKHEATH. j W' ? - ___. ,_ ?._?- - _-? -— - -«_» »? v - -W' m- -w- -.— ?- -— - ?_ ? v-^v ?^r~-*r- -TT- ^' '1 ~TT — -f to ./ [From our Own Co.rri«;spondj-;nt.] Visitors to Blackheath should not fail to pay a visit to Blackwall Glen and Eden deny Falls, an easy track to which has this season been formed b}^ the trustees. This glen is noted for its wild grandeur and pic t.nresniie beautv as well as for the fine falls which rush booming into a pool 70 or 80 feet across and some 20 or 30 feet deep, and without a snag or obstacle of any kind to deter the most timid bather. Above the pool and reached by the same track are a succession of falls, varying in size and shape till we reach St. Andrew's Fall, which in itself is worth all the efforts of climbing-, and to reach which the visitor will pass the charming Hilary and Lilian Falls and the Silver Cascades. The trus tees are to be c...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 13 November 1909

P. P. KIRKPATRICK, DENTIST, Will visit professionally HYDORA HOTBIv, BIvACKHKATH Every First and Third SATURDAY. House, Land & Estate Agent, .BLACKHEATH. Booking1 Office for Jenolan Caves. Tel. No. 6, Blackheath. f Fruiterer and BLACKHEATH. Choicest I'mits find VctfcluMcs of the SeuKuti. Orders delivered daily, ^eailinw brands of Confectionery. All kinds of Summer Drinks. Bicycles for Hire. Repairs and Sundries. Agent for Bennett & Woods' Cycles. Visitors to Katoomba should not fail to sec Hydro IViajestic &. Hotel, MEDLOW BATH. The most sumptuously appointed Pleasure Resort in New South Wales. 1000 Acres of the most Beautiful Private Grounds surround the Hydro, making it the best place on the Mountains to spend a day picnicisitig. If your arraugfenients prevent you stopping1 at the Hydro well, come along- and have a lunch there. Motor Car Trips Daily to Jenolan Caves. If you are proing1 to the Caves, riiif? up '.PI-IONE) 29, KATOOM15A. and a seat will be kep...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 13 November 1909

T ADY requires Comfortable Permanent Home. -*—/ vState terms to ' Assist,' this office. rVOOD NKKDIvKWOMAN would give services ^-J and 10s weekly for permanent comfortable home, or would pay full board after first three months, apply ' MinnwiAOKn, ' this office. HpKNDKRS are invited for Painting the L,eura -*- Presbyterian Church. Full particulars from J. Burrktj,, ' Shipley,' Tveura. npKNDKRS invited for Painting Shop and Dwel ?*? ling for A. G. Fowler. Apply — J.' JiURRKUv. npKNDKRS wanted for the Plumbing and Gas -*- fitting of a cottage in course of erection. Full particulars from JoSKPH Nimmo, Park street, Katoomba. T.7OR SATvK.- QUANTITY of FURNI.TURK. 1 Apply A. B.C., Kcho Office.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 13 November 1909

On Sunday November 14th the Metho dist services will be as follows ; Katoomba 11 a.m., Rev. T. F. Potts on Spiritualism ; 7 30. Dr Sellors. Leura, 11 am. Dr Sellors ; 7 30. Rev. T. F. Potts. Lawson, 3 p.m. Rev T. F. Potts ; Woodford, 3 and 7 p.m. Rev. W. G. Taylor Church Anniversary.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 13 November 1909

Ever tried our Suite to Measure ? 1 They are just Perfect Fitting. AND CO., I - - The House for Men's Wear, Shape Retaining-. m ^ ummL Workmanship v .. 1 Guaranteed. I

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 13 November 1909

RETURN THANKS. MR. and MRS. RICHARDSON and FAMILY wish to Return their Heartfelt Thanks to their many kind friends for their kindness and sympathy to them in their sad bereavement in the death of their little daughter Iyucy, also especially to thank Mr. and Mrs. Beckinan, Mestfrs. J. Smith, Geo. O'Brien, and many others for their kind assistance.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 13 November 1909

CORSETS. CORSETS. CORSETS. With your new Spring Gown you had better have a new Corset. ^2, We have all the main makes at the lowest ^ possible prices. 8 W.B., P.D.~and CT., These are right. A goodly assortment of Ribbon Corsets J2 from Is lid. {y-j Our Corsets Guaranteed. CC ? 8 SPECIALS.— A special purchase of Sicilians at Is 4-^d. Come and Inspect this Line. u The Busy Draper, MAIN ST., KATOOMBA. Blue Mountains Shire Council. TKNDKRS FOR WORKS. TENDERS addressed to the Shire Clerk, I,awson, # and endorsed 'Contract No. 14/09,' will be received for the undermentioned works up to 9 a.m. WEDNESDAY, the 17th DAY OF NOVEM BER, 1909: — Procuring and Supply on Station Street, Blackheath, of 100 CUBIC YARDS OF GRAVEIy. Specifications for works may be in spected at the Police Station, Blackheath. C. P. HENDRY, Acting Shire Clerk. Ivawsou, 8th Nov., 1909. Katoomba Fare Brigade. First Annual Social Will be held in the Masonic Hall, THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 25. Dancing 8 till 2 aim. Supper,...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 13 November 1909

1 Hi &^ B^V flr°^ B «J C 'j hit il Ilj r5^! ? J tf*Tl I fr \# Hope and Waratah Streets. Purveyor to the Carriiigton Hotel and all the leading- Residents, Visitors and f BoardingliQtise Keepers. All EWiilk Guaranteed Absolutely Pure. IMF* Specially Commended by the Government In spector for Clean BinessH

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Sunday-School Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 13 November 1909

Sunday-School Anniversary. The twenty-first anniversary of the Katoomba Methodist Sunday-school was celebrated on Sun day last in the church building, when three special services were held, and Tuesday evening, which was the most important service of all to the chil dren, it being the annual public meeting and presentation of prizes. The whole celebrations concluded by the holding of the annual picnic at the Katoomba Falls Reserve. lire services oJ Sunday were all largely attended, but the congre gation of the evening eclipsed every previous record, the whole building being literally packed to the point of suffocation. The morning discourse was delivered by the Rev. F. C. Fairey, and the afternoon address was given by the Rev. XV. J. Grant, B.A., of the Congregational Church, who kept the children and grown-up folk present in a good humor by his witty chat on various subjects, which he continually illustrated by stories with deep meanings. The evening discourse was in the able hands...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fifth Annual Tennis Tournament. AT KATOOMBA. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 13 November 1909

Fifth Annual Tennis Tournament. AT KATOOMBA. The Championship and Open L,awn Ten nis Tournament will be held on the club's courts in the Katoomba Park, opposite the Coffee Palace, on Saturday and Monday, 13th and 15th inst. Play will commence each day at 9 a.m. sharp. Four courts will be in use, and as they have iust been thoroughly done up the}' should be in the pink of condition. The programme con sists of five events, viz., Blue Mountain Championship, Gents' Singles, Gents' Doubles, Mixed Doubles, and L,adies' Doubles. The latter four are handicap events. The Blue Mountain Champion ship was won last year by K. O. Anderson, who will again be a competitor for the blue riband of Mountain Iyawn Tennis. There are twenty-five entries for the event, in cluding' Dr. Pockley, Gilbraith, Howell, Dr. Docker, Hadley, H. B. Harris, and other A grade players, any of whom may prove the winner of the coveted honor. The prizes, which are on view in Mr. Medlicott's window, are handsome and valuabl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 13 November 1909

Palace Avenue, Lawson./ »5y GENERAL STORE. / $5**/ Best Brands of — / \ v\^ / Grocery and Produce, / f%^** / Drapery, Boots, Shoe / $f\^ / Crockery, Irommon-/ ^^&k / ^ gery, Patent Medi-/ '-SJ) / I cines, &c. / / ((- Prompt delivervX O^L / to all parts oi / r^J / Agent for tue ^y * y PETROL; , / / B i /Anderson's S 22:1s / p%^ / Baker & Rouse's, / B a x Photographic Goods. *^&r / All communications will receive ^ y' prompt and careful attention.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 13 November 1909

' Pft IP* H 4% ?# *'fc I Drain Pipes, &c. t- -» »- ~« fr, A Ik, ilt fh -* i iiltufc J\h -*rth irf-hi -**- -*A-. HE^- -*^- i-ArfS ???**- -**- ?**- ???»*- -*»- -»*- i i«UKi ,-f*-- -*^t -**- -AA- -*?*- i-^fSi-*f- rrtlSi -**- -* ft rfl* ' WRBTE FOiR PRICE LIST TO

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Wentworth Falls. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 13 November 1909

Hr .iiii.ii. mrrrrrt rtrrntn frit i. hi ,,,n.;i, r rrmrn TTrnvrrt rrrrrtm rranrri vrtirtrri tv ? I Wentworth Falls. I '^yfX^ilim. -J11S 1 1 ' ,'l ' 1 1,1 ?1^-lV I.' ?lIMJJULtU.f.l'f '1,1 U.'-U-'-UJJ.'.;! I,' \U-iJ.-rU411iH', M ' 1 1,1 ' I * , [From our Own Correspondent.], « Very trying weather for this time of the year was experienced by residents and visitors alike on- Tuesday and Wednesday. The temperature was 90 degrees on Tuesday, the highest so far this season, and 86 degrees on. Wednesday. Visitors make a great mistake in. judging the difference between city and mountain temperature. You will hear it said by visitors who leave the city by the early morning train arrive here by almost midday, how very much warmer the mountains are. But of course they forget that they leave the city in the cooler part of the day and arrive here when the sun is at its zenith. What has helped to make the atmosphere so warm and dry here has been the presence of bush fires, none of them so far fort...

Publication Title: Blue Mountain Echo, The
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LAWSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 13 November 1909

ill XXXXU IAXX XXIXXX SJt IXXXJU IJLXXX3C IXtXXJ. IIIXU XXX !/,» XJUUUXXJLXJL ?*fi TTVTTTTTl 1TTTTVTT7 rTTTWiV* iTTTTTTTI ?TTTTT7T7 t i ? I 1 ?'* I «' » rTJTi i'I i VT»TT » it- TTTT* i *Tt t i I *i I ! LAW5ON. T'T ? , ? iililiiiiliiiillllillllllMMUIIIMUMIMII Ml » II I [From our Own Correspondent.] A interesting' tennis match was played on the Lawson Court last Saturday afternoon, when the local club met Wentworth Falls. Onlookers appreciated the good afternoon's sport, rendered interesting b/y reason of the friendly rivalry between the two clubs. It now maKes niaxieis iiuiiy even as lai a,s wins go. The following are the scores :? — Lawson Wentworth Falls Misses C. L,ittle and Moore v. Mrs. Moore and Miss Campbell 6-5 Messrs. Tidswell and S. F. Allen v. Mr. Moore and Master Moore 6-4 Mrs. Rich and Miss Allev v. Miss Campbell and Mrs. Woodhill 6-3 Mr. Windeyer and Rev. C. J. Cribb v. Messrs. O'ShannessvandCashnian 6-4 Miss C. Little and Mr. Tidswell'v. Mr. Moore and Miss Campbell 6-2...

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THE HOME PAGE What Untidiness May Do. IT MAY LOSE A PURSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 13 November 1909

I The Home Page 1 kis .... ^ By Myona. What Untidiness May Do. IT MAY I,OSK A PURSE. Many a one has slipped, through an un noticed rent in a pocket. IT MAY I,KAD TO A SEPARATION OF FRIENDS The careless person is seldom prompt or punctilious about answering invitations. Much annoyance and inconvenience is caused to the giver of a dinner when the invited guests delay to send and say whether they are coming or not. Several experiences of this kind have been known to produce very icy relations between friends who were once warmly attached. IT MAY IX-S.£ A I.IFE. Many a death has been caused bjr medi cine-bottles, poison-bottles, lininientbot itles being all kept mixed up higgledypigg ledy together, 'instead of each being kept on its own particular shelf, or in its own special place. The , untidy person has no particular place for anything. In the hnrry -scurry of sudden illness, or in the dim light of a night lamp, the wrong bot tle is snatched up. IT MAY I,OSE A FORTUNE. A girl once ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Blue Mountain Echo — 13 November 1909

^^$t%\ To Tim Tw\dii«:s of Katoomba and District! K^^m . ? c^/ ' I Lowell Street., IKafooinrafoa, /^^\ ^\ HIGH-CLASS CORSETIERE. / ^yWfr/h^^fT^n A'r Homk AT Iv-'Yivi; S'J\ To Ci,ik,nts W.ivdnksdays, 3 To 9 p.m. / / v^W^S^Ty XTOW Uuit winter is approaching, many ladies are having tnilor V \ ^^WKW^y madus, and what is more essential to the success of a tnilor \ \ \\mW/iP\ made than a well -fitting Corset? Nurse Ooan is highly gratified n. ^ JlnXll Jx \ *i° annol11lctl ^Ul^ sne 's ]11 reL't!ipt of extremely satisfactory 'reports ^^ \w\lh WJ/\ \ irom the 1 titK li ii jj; lady residents ..o,f,.,K.(itooml.)a, and L,eura on the work //#/ // 1 \lfi( \ \ accomplished by her for them. Nurse is prepared to give the same W f/'n/n \ I witisfaetion to each one of her clients. Indies may' be fitted by //'''??.. $' ! ipJ'l \ appointment in their own homes. \ Kach figure made a distinct /'r^ff^- r'll/l I 1 Ktudy. Nurse does not ask for ^lepo'sits : her terms are Cash on /// ! lii^iiJ I \ ''t-t't'i'p...

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