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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 28 June 1902

"Homo Ilulc." inn*? very much diactwsed, Ls luid u.«ide ami left to rust^ Old Glutlstune. npito of nil liis skill, Failed to pa*« this famous Bill. How often do tho preutest fuil V And cougJw muko ill'tho Htvong and hulu, Unless tho remedy they procure— If, E. Woods' Gjujat PjswERansr Cubk.

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Home v. Rome Rule. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 28 June 1902

Home v. Rome Biile. (By John JIahtinspike. "i The Irish Roman Catholics have organisa tion, of a kind, amongst them, and a power of historical falsehood that almost takes the breath away from houest and patriotic minds. There is the Protestant Catholic, and the Boman Catholic, with a big gulf between, that can only be bridged by a second Reformation, quick, sudden, and more powerful fcthan the first. Home is just going the right way about it. Roman Catholic Priests arid Bishops,driven out of all secular power in Europe, think they have nothing else to do when they land here than to revive the error, superstition, and pro paganda of the past, despite the awful punish ment which the Church received from Luther, Calvin, Knox, Elizabeth, Cromwell, and King "William. I feel ashamed of the apathy of modem Protectants to protect and propagate the principles of Protestauts, to worship God and Hib Son direct, and not fear the clerical tyranny of the Boman Popes and Irish priests, who must no...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Editor's Letter Box. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 28 June 1902

The Editor's Letter Box. "Inquiher."—We can authoritatively state that instrumental music is permitted in the Synagogues, except on high, festivals and lioly days, and the reason for its being excluded from these services is that on the destruction of the Templo, the Rabbi's reselved that no instru mental music should be used in the Synagogues on such occasions until the templo should be restored. This, however, is not embodied in ' any law, save the law of custom. A.tax.—Will appeal* shortly. J.O.—Muny thanks. Will use.

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Bible in Public- Schools. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 28 June 1902

The Bible in Publicr Schools. The letter of •' Amicus " is in good taste, and well-timed, for, with tlie advent of your spirited and up-to-date paper many needful reforms will without doubt receive the able advocacy of the "Watchman." Scripture teaching in the Public Scools of this State is a boon that our "Victorian neighbours have long sighed for, but alas, hitherto have failed to secure. What is required here is that we take advantage of the privilege to the fullest extent possible. It is within my own knowledge that many ministers of religion are keenly alive to the importance of this Work and are indefati gable in the performance of it notwithstanding the press of other duties. Dr. Kelly will look in vain to an enlightened Bible-loving people in. these new hinds for compensation for tbie losses his Church has sustained elsewhere. The question with us is -what more can we do to make Scripture teaching more general and effectual? "Amicus" says truly, what is wanted is action. Sur...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Days United Tent Mission. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 28 June 1902

Ten Days United Tent Mission. West Maitland. Conducted by the Rev. D. O'Donnell. •The northern tour of the, Rev. D. O'Doimeil began on the' 25th May at West Maitlaud. Earnest preparatory work had been done by the Presbyterian, Methodist, Congregational and Salvation Army friends, and on his arrival, Mr. O'Donnell found matters well in hand. Commencing with good meetings on Sunday, May 25th, when live men decided for Christ, the mission grew in numerical attendance, and the euquiry room was more and more in request until, on 2nd June, the Missioner w&s able to wire, "Splendid day yesterday, one hundred and seventy decisions." The total number of enquirers reached 339, and there were mauy under conviction. The following extracts will give a good idea of the progress of the work. Monday, 25th May. Mr.. O'Donnell writes: —" Had a good day yesterday. We had one enquirer in the afternoon and four at night. I believe we shall have a blessed time." On the same day the tent manager w...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Nautical Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 28 June 1902

Nautical Notes. By NEPTUNE. AG the companies trading from Sydney to i "South .African ports, tell glowing tales of heavy I passenger booking and fat freights. : The*u Mary Joese," a barque, with the red and . .white flag of the Danish merchant service flying at the peak, arrived unexpectedly in Sydney wate^p last Thursday. Her appearance in our ibeautiful harbour was a surprise. She called for ^orders, and I understand she will be docked here. She left Port Elizabeth 58 days ago, and she had a rough trip across. She reports a host of shipping being alongside the wharves aud'in the .roads at the " Liverpool of South Africa." ; ^ -r ' " . A new step has been taken by the White Star line in regard to the insurance of cargo by their steamers to Australia. Shippers at Home have j been notified that the company is prepared to insure cargo at 4s 6d per f.p.a., and 6s per cent, against all risks to all ports at which steamers may,call, or to final destination under through bills of lading. ...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CALENDER FOR JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 28 June 1902

CALENDER FOE JUNE. Bhoad Beans.—This is the month to sow this valuable vegetable to any extent^ • a 8tiff soil is the best, but it will pull through on almost any soil in this State. Cabbage;—Seed of .this vegetable may also be sown but not to any great extent. Cajibot.—AIro sow a few rows of this vegetable. I/hntuoe.—Sow a little seed. / pAiuwir. This may also 'be sown this month. , . Peas.—Sow plentifully, m drills about feet apart; the seed should lie put about 9' inches apart in the drills. , Heuhs.—Divide any old plants and re-plant.;

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Injured Innocence! AUSTRALIA VERSUS IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 28 June 1902

Injured Innocence! AUSTRALIA VERSUS IRELAND. Recent cables from London suggest a pointed commentary on the movement inaugurated by our Irish compatriots at the meeting held in the Town Hall last week, with the view of helping forward the w Home Rule for Ireland " crusado in the Imperial Parliament. Australia is the home, either by birth or adoption, of those who support this movement; therefore, the}" are Australians. Whether owning primary allegi ance to the Vatican or to St. James* matters not. For the purpose under discussion they are Australians. Now, when Australia offers to help Ireland, we must, *of course, assume that Australia can first of all help herself. Let us see if this be so. Recently the Imperial Chan cellor of the Exchequer proposed to impose import duty on two lines, namely, on wheat and flour and on maize. The former meant a seri ous obstacle to Australian trade, and conse quently merchants and agents, in London, in - terested, backed by all the power and influen...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our Legal Column. APPLICATION TO ACCOMPANY ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 28 June 1902

Qui' Legal Column. APPLICATION TO ACCOMPANY ENQUIRY. To "Lex," "Watchman" Office, . 35 Market Buildings, York-street, Sydney. Please answer in " The Watchman" the annexed question. Reply to be addressed to I ' R.C. (Rozelle).—If you can show that you were employed for a year at a weekly wage, you should sue your employer for breach of agreement, "and not for wages. If you sue in the Small Debts Court, and claim £10 damages you will probably rccover more than you at present intend to claim, especially if you can show that you were out of employment for a time in consequence of your employer's action. You will have to show that contract was a year from the date when the contract was made and not from a later date, as in the latter case an agreement in writing would be necessary.

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN PROTESTANT DEFENCE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 28 June 1902

AUSTRALIAN PROTESTANT DEFENCE ' ASSOCIATION. Branches duly numbered according to date at formation— I. Scots Cburob (central). ?. Waverloy. . ' 3. Chippendale. 4. Lower Botany. 5, Leicbbardt. (i. Newtown. 7. Balmaiu. 8. Dulwich Hill. 0. Picton., . 10. Nowctistle. II. I'urruniftttH. 12. Aebfield. ' 19. Granville. 14. Annandalo. ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 28 June 1902

MRS- A. WELSH. DYER & CLEANER & OSTRICH FEATHER DRESSER, 1TO ENMOR£~RD.. ENMORE Hats Cleaned, Dyed and Altered to Latent Fashion. Gloves Cleaned and French Finished. W. BUSH & CO., TEA IMPORTERS '& BLENDERS_ GROCERS, PROVISION MERCHANTS, &o. 198 Enmore Road, Enmore {Tiuot TmaasvH). Give us a Trial. "WV T„ "ivr A T)3DElsrn - E=J57«SII-Y J3©©T7U£3=CKEF2, - 12 COWPER-ST., WAVEKLEY, axd 70 QUEEN-ST., WOOLLAHRA. English, American and Colonial Boots and Shoes kept in Stock. Gentw' lie a] Hand-sewn Boots to measure from 21s. REPAIRS. Orders by post attended to. Established 1881. «T_ IE2- "FT A -RBIS, 283 KING ST., NEWTOWN (Opposite Post Offioe), Watchmaker, Manufacturirig Jeweller, Optician, etc. AH kinds of Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, Silver-plate, etc., suitable for presentation. Spectacles to suit all Sights. Special attention given to Watch, Clock and Jewelle'ry Repairs. All work done on the premises. Cash on Terms. Fop STYLISH MILLINERY, FEATHEB...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 28 June 1902

PNEUMONIA. Thi* <liM.-u.so is always caused by neglecting a cold. ~ "VVe huve never known it to result from a cold, Low ever, when Chamberlain's Cough Remedy was used, which proven that this remedy is u sure preventive of PneuiAonia.^ XrTl Chumberlam's Cough Remedy is not intended as a euro for pneumonia, und is not recommended for that disease—excojpt us u prevcntive.J Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will cure coughs, colds, croup, and cures them quickly. All chemista and store keepers sell it at 1b Odjper bottle. Wanted, Agents. *VVk have decided to appoint one Agent (Lady preferred) in every Church where " The Watch man " is welcomed. Qer duties will be to correspond with tho Editor, sending notices of meeting, and other business connected with tho Church, etc., and also to canvass for subscribers to this paper. Remuneration of 20 per cent, will be allowed for all advertisements and 25 per cent, for all subscriptions. For turthor particulars applications should be addressod...

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Father Kelly and Education [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 28 June 1902

Father Kelly and Education The above gentleman was again to the faro at Picton on the 16th instant, with more of liis unjustifiable traductions of our Public schools. Ho is reported to have said : " The system of education that is fostered amongst us is one in •which the children are not taught, at all, about our Lord." "We can class this with the other statements of the "John Williams " and the "Samoa" type, and do not of course from previous experience expect these prelntos to admit their error or wilful mis-statements, no matter how clearly they are proved to be false. The statement is intended to deter any of the faith ful who might have a desire to avail them selves of the benefits of our splendid Pubicl schools, and no matter what we may say, or how clearly we may prove tho falsity of Priest Kelly's assertions, they will continue to. have implicit faith in the holy father. • What else can we expect from poor unfortunates who are trained by the aid of a catechism, now in use in...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE VEGETABLE GARDEN. 'MANURING (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 28 June 1902

THE VEGETABLE GARDEN. 'Maxttkixo (continued.) With regard to manuring it is absolutely necessary that if the vegetable garden is to be a successful one, then a good supply of manure must be kept up, because every plant must get sufficient food for its growth, and thic food is supplied in the shape of manure, wliich the living orgauisms or bacteria in the soil mate into available plant-food, and thus the 2>lnnt is h able to live; whereas if, on the contrary, no manures are supplied, then the plant has not its supply of food, and as a matter of course either f withers and dies or returns little, or no crop at all. , Now, we suppose the garden has been l drained or trenched and dug, and that you | are waiting to plant your seed. Before doing this then, it will be necessary to supply manure of some sort; the kind of manure depends entirely upon circumstances, but well rotted manure is better than the fresh. This should be well dug into the soil, thus supplying humus (vegetable matter...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Agricultural Column. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 28 June 1902

| Agricultural Column. ' Inquiries should be addressed to 44 Agriculture," Post Ofii<v, Ricliinund- (postage 2d): and must, be roocivod by > Monday of each woek. No notice can be taken of anonymous correspondence., This column in intended to afford practical advioe to iWin-s'ptmdcptfl and readers with regard to agricultural matters and objects allied thereto.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 28 June 1902

MARINE NEWS. I The steamer Portland has been caught iif un ice-pjick, j and is drifting towards the Arctic Ucean. She has a t largo number of passengers on bcuird, The cutter Thetis Jets gone to the rescue. No further news has been reocived of the wrecked Mjhuoner Wellington, or of the boating party which went out to give assistance. During the last voyage of the ketch Kelma from Sydney to Port ilacqiuine, & seaman named OJsen was washed overboard. His body has not Ixxai recovered. Upon the arrival of the Leura at Townsville (Q.) on Friday night, the waterside workers struek, on the ground that the company employed a non-union lumper. The men have decided to hold out. The Adelaide and A.U.S.N. Companies have ordered all unionists who were discharging cargo at Townsville to leave their vessels. The Board of'Trade has awarded a piece of plate to Captain Freeman in recognition of his gallantry dnring the recent eruptions at St, Rerrie.®

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STATE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 28 June 1902

STATE NEWS. The State Premier, Mr. Bennett, H.L.A., honorary Minister, and the other members of ! the Parliamentary party visiting Bourke were entertained at a banquet on Saturday night. Mr. See, who showed by statistics the great losses suffered during the drought, said that remedial measures should, as far as possible, be considered. The State Premier promised that he would devote the land and. other revenues towards assisting the people of the remote districts in managing their own affairs. I If time permitted this session, 'declared the I State Premier, he intended to grapple seriously with the question of local government. A large deputation of pastoral and homestead leases in the Western. Division waited on Mr. Bennett with numerous requests. "Mr. Bennett told the deputation that the Western Land Commissioners intended to arrange that the reutals should be paid out of the capital .invested. The re-appraisement of lands, said Mr. Bennett, woidd be made in the Assembly Lands Bil...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 28 June 1902

SOUTH AFBICA. Mr. Steyn's brother has arrived at Brussels bearing despatches. He eulogises the diplomacy and the generos ity shown by Lord Kitchener. "Henceforth, in his opinion, the burghers will be among the most loyal of the King's subjects. During the recent war Natal sent to1 the front one man for every twelve of the popula tion. : Count "Waldersee 'says that German soldiers know how difficult and arduous was the task set the British in South Africa, and how it had been accomplished with the- utmost patriotism, bravery and humanity. The surrenders to date number 18,757, including 204 Kimberly rebels. The new Constitution has been formally pro claimed by Lord Milner at Pretoria, and various appointments have been announced officially. Lord Kitchener has urged the Johannesburg people to give lucrative employment to the volunteers from the Hand. General Bruce Hamilton has explained the terms of peace to the ZuIub at Viyhein with satisfactory results. Mr. Fiddcs, secretary to the T...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOME NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 28 June 1902

HOME NEWS. .... It is officially stated that the King has greatly benefi ed by his recent rest, and that his health is now satisfactory. The King has approved of all his subjects singing the iS National Anthem" at 8 o'clock on Thursday evening, the church bells to be the signal of the opening. Lord Charles Beresford, in the House of Commons, criticised severely the Admiralty system of administration^ declaring it to be rotten to a degree. According to Lord Charles Beresford some individual, or department, was wanted who would be responsible for the requirements of the service, essential demands to be submitted to those responsible to Parliament. In a vigorous debate that followed Lord Charles Beresford's speech the vacillating naval policy of the Government was complained of, and the obligations of the colonies were hinted at. I The Parliamentary Secretary to the Admir | alt}* recognised the need for some reinforcement of intellectual equipment, and admitted that there was room for ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 28 June 1902

CURES BAB COLDS. CliumUirluin't Cough Iicmwly nul» ou Nature's plan, looseiiii uud roliovtn tho cough, I'i'iidcrs expectoration caay uud opcus the uecrctiouK. It ttlwnya euros and eurcH quiokly, uud is ftolu by iul choinintti and storekeepers at 1h Gd per bottle^

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