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Lodge Meetings. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

Lodge Meetings. 1 The opening of a lodge at Mostnan's took place on Monday the 16th inst., in the Trafal gar Hall, Military-road, Mosman's, when there was a very large attendance of the brethren from various lodges. Among those present were the R.W.G.M., Bro. John Wheeler, Grand Treasurer Bro. Manuel, Bro. Jeseep, M.L.A., Bro. A. Walter, the W.M.'s of North Shore, Manly, and No. lo Lodges. The B.W.G.M. delivered a very stirring and im pressive address, and installed the following offioors:—W.M., Bro. J. S. Christie ; D. M., Bro. W. Callingham; F. C., Bro. J. W. Ballantyne ; Secretary, Bro. J. L. Ashton ; and Treasurer Bro. J. W. Ballantyne, senr. After the installation, Bro. Thos. Jessep, M.L.A., delivered an impressive address, and congratulated the Lodge on the choice of Officers, and wished them " God Speed." A large number of candidates were proposed for admission at the next meeting, and the Lodge was then closed in the usual manner, the brethren singing the National Anthem. Th...

Publication Title: Watchman
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The Protestant Watchtower. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

The Protestant Watchtower. Mother Church's Muck Rake— While the 11 Catholic Press" might be taken as the official organ of the Romish Church in Sydney, there is another paper run by a nominal High Churchman which seems to do any unsavory work tliat the Papacy might de sire. "Whenever the latter paper in its period ical exposure of social misdoing and mi sen" expresses its opinion that the religious bodies are not doing their duty ; it always blames the parsons, but never says a -word against the priests. Acting on the same principle, this misnamed publication takes delight in printing •with every detail any scandal with "which a Protestant may have been merely charged, but it ignores or most cursorily mentions similar mis doings by Romanists. Afew weeks ago it gloried in the fact that a Protestant British paper has been cast in damages for having simply told the truth about the legal position of a Jesuit in England, and rejoices that this decision practically abrogates the law passe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

IF-NEGLECTED AVhooping cough lead* to more serious diseases. Cham berlain's Cough Remedy will keep the cough loose, allay tho irritation, and counteract any tendency to towards pneumonia. It always cures, and cures quickly. 1/0. The "Labour Question " is, we know, A problem liai-d to solve. But if itfl progress is but slow, llesults iii timo revolve. But in thu case of cold or cough, . llesultn are swift aud sure, - If wo but take to drive them oil' '' ^ ; Some . "Woods' Great Pkitbiuuxt Cube.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

Many think that our re putation for high-ulusH Phonographs uoccssarily. means charging high priceH, but this is not CREELMAN'S PRICES ARE NOT HIGH 10/- spent at CREEL - MAN'S givesyoul2 ar tistic, lifo-liko Cubint'tn, with ehoico from three positions, and they would bo pictures you'd be proua of. — - STUDIOS: KING ST. ARCADE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

Our Advertisers. "We have much pleasure iu publishing n lint of those who support tlto Watciihax bv advertisement. Omr renders will kindly note these firms and give them their patronage. This list "will be published at suitable intervals:— Bakers— Cox, 25a, Erskine-street. Lovely & Soxs, 272 Pitt-stwt. "Weeks White, Ke-vrtovru. Wttt.thm White, Hedfeni. Bicycles— Mitchell, 1S9 Eiunore-road. Blue— Keax's Oxford Blue. BOOESELLEES & SXATIOXEES— Mias Patersox, 245 King-street, Newtown. ; Thomas & Co., 10G King-street, Newtown. ; Boots & Shoes— i Cameiiox, 159a Eninore-road. Caoi'ley, S00 George-street. Fay, corner Pitt and' Liverpool streets. JIaddex, 12 Cowper-street, Waverley. Caees— * . Fbesh Food & Ice Co., 92 King-street. • Cabbiage Hreixa— Wood & Co., 810 George-street, and Brandies. Chemists— Pahkeb, 221 William-street. Powell, 104 Oxford-street, Poddington. . Withebs, London and JSninore rtreets, EnmoEe. COCOA— I Fhy's Cocoa. . COXF...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

VERY PREVALENT. Influenzu is always inoru or less prevalent ut this seasion of the year. This disettso is very similar to u Revere cold, uud if allowed tolako its course, is liable to eause serious results. The best treatment for inHucuza is to avoid exposure, and take Chamberlain's Cough IJcmcdy. This medicine gives immediate relief, and if used us directed, will ward off all dangerous conse quences. It leaves tlio system in a natural aud heulthy condition. It always cures, and cures quickly. I/O.

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NEWCASTLE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

NEWCASTLE BRANCH. The above Branch lield its usual monthly meeting in the Cambrian Hall on Tuesday, June 24, the Rev. E. M. Bowles, President, in the chair. The hou. Secretary read the minutes of the last meeting and' the correspondence. Motion re- change of night of meeting to Tuesdays, it was carried to meet the iirst and third Tuesdays in each mouth. Arrangements were made for a visit from Dr. Dill Macky on July 22, in the St. Andrew's Hall; also, for a series of lectures to be delivered in connection with the Association. Reports were received from the members re tho progress of the work in Newcastle and district, also from the Council iu Sydney. Mr. F. E. Nicolson said he had been on a visit to several towns in the North, and from the information received during his visits to Gunnedah, Tainwortli, Armidale, and other places, ho thought it was time something was done to have branches of the A.P.D.A. estab lished in these places. The Chairman called attention to the author itativ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

CHAMBERLAIN'S CODGH REMEDY Relieves over night the moat stubborn cold,' an well as all itn complications—tifcklingr in the throat,. husky voice, and violent cougbitig.: All dealcre. 1/0. .

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The "Notorious" Margaret L. Shepherd. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

The "Notorious" Margaret L. Shepherd. Tho Roman uCatholic Press" is doing all in its power to moke the notorious Margaret L. Shepherd more notorious and most notorious. In addition to a long tirade of abusive testi monj published in last woek's Press, and which has been following the woman for tbe jjasfc nine 3'eare, (t Gald Kail hot again," tho iollowing circular 1ms boon issued and scat tered broadcast:— MARGARET L. SHEPHERD, the BOGUS "NUN." The Stohy of Heii X.vfamous Caueku. / . A STARTLING NARRATIVE. See this Week's J . " CATHOLIC PRESS."" Ready Thursday, 3d. All Agents. With regard to the abuse poured on Mrs Shcplierd, we have only to say that no one who lias ever dare«l to open his or her mouth against Rome lias ever escaped similar abuse. Even Luther was no exception. Such abuse therefore counts for little. Mis. Shepherd comes here bearing testimonials up-to-dat "With regard to her past life she hides nothing, conceals nothing, but this is just where the shoe pinches. Mrs. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

Frozen Meat " bus now become? A largo extensive trudo; The exports yield a decent sum— An industry is made. To freeze is not a pleasant tiling For mankind to endure. It keep out oold wo all should cling To "Woods' Gmsat Psweuuint Cuke. INFLUENZA Cau bo cured by conuuenoing at the first symptoms—to uso Chamberlain's Cough itcmody. Thousands huvo -used this remedy diuinjf the past year, and we have to leant of u single ease where they wcro not pleased. All dealers. 1/0.

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Protestant Alliance Eriendly Society of Australasia. GRASTD COUNCIL, OF SMW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

Protestant Alliance Eriendly Society of Australasia. XJRASTD COUNCIL, Ui? SMW SOUTH WAX.ES. At the religious service lield in St. Luke's Church, Redlern, under the auspices of Aro. 1 Pioneer Lodge, Jiev. T. J. Curtis, Presbyterian Church, took as his text "Look not every man on his own things, but every man also on tli3 things of others," Phil. 2-4. In addressing the congregation he said " I am proud to say 1 am connected with such a noble institution as the Protestant Alliance Friendly Society of Aus tralasia. When No. 1* Pioneer Lodge, to which I belong, so warmly atid unaiiimously invited me to conduct this service, 1 felt very much flattered, and regarded their request as a distinct compliment and a very high honour." In the course of his sermon he said that association for mutual sympathy and helpfulness is a grand and fundamental Christian principle. It involves that altruism which liuds voice in thelatest and sublimest utterances heard alike in the natural and spiritual cosmo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

MOTHERS OF CHILDREN 1 * Affected with crtup, or u severe cold, need not he&itute to administer Chamborluin'8 Cough Romedy. Ir cbn tiiim uo opinio or iiurootio iu imy farm, und in'uy 1)6 given to u uuby with uh much oonndcnco us to uii udiilt. All denier*. 1/0.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

t - to the kind of milk you Oive a TiiouRiit clean, and contains objectionable chemical preservatives. /T MIGHT EVEN BE FROM DISEASED COWS. & & & If you are using our PASTEURISED MILK rcrf assured it is alright« Purest, Richest and BEST. Hottseholdert usin^ othsr milk invited to carefully x&yesti^&te our claims. Our Booklet, 'ENQUIRE WITHIN*' tells ell about our system, which we believe is the best. ^ ^ ^ ^ E6e N.S.W.FreshFood <SL Ice Co. Ltd., Sydney

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THE Watchman [?] [?] CIRCULATION 10,000. SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1902. BARS AND BARMAIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

CIRCULATION 10,000. ' iSATUEDAY, JULY 5, 1902. BARS AND BARMAIDS. The agitation now on foot to prevent hotel keepers employirg females as dispensers of liquor is one which must necessarily receive our entire sympathy and support. Look where one will around the world it is impossible to close - our eyes to the fact that drink is still the curse of our civilization,, and that Australia is no exception to what is unhappily the rule. A very cursory examination into the reasons why this is so shows that to a large extent it is the •glamour sunrrounding public houses which is responsible for their popularity. No trade is carried on under more extravagant conditions, nor where the vices of intending patrons are more keenly nursed, and almost munificently fostered. Palatial structures are erected, and fitted both without and within with all the latest scientific improvements to ensure the comfort, and almost the luxury of the guest. ' Gorgeous draperies, and magnificent pictnres, frequently...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

"SEMPER which,tfclTEBSIXY EADEM," tkansl-ated, means THIS IS WHY THE LION BRAP3D ll OP CONFECTIONERY IS SO POfULAR. t> ONLY THE FINEST INGREDIENTS USED. IT IB THE GREATEST FAVOURITE WITH THE CHILDREN. MANUFACTURED ONLY BY James Stedman,145 Cs!JSK ST

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What Christian Endeavor is Doing [All Christian Endeavonrers are cordially invited to forward reports and items for this column to the Editor.] [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

What Christian Endeavor is Doing , t-All Christian Eiuleavourers are cordially invited to forward reports and items for thin column to the Editor.! On Monday, 23rd June, a Rally of the Bap tist C.E. Societies was bold in the Petersham church. Practically all of the metropolitan and suburban societies were represented. The meet ing was convened for the purpose of forming a N.S.W. Baptist C.E. Union, and the Rev. H. Clarke, Vice-President of the Baptist Union, pro sided. The llevs. Dr. Porter aud Southwell also spoke, aud the meeting adopted resolutions confirming the desirability of forming such an Union, and it was decided to seek affiliation with the Baptist Union at the next Annual As sembly. * # » # On Wednesday night, 18th June, the Cam den Local Union held their first Rally in the Methodist Church, Campbelltown, when repre sentatives from Pioton, Camden, Mount Hun ter, and Cawdor societies wore represented in good numbers, taxing the accommodation of the building, which was nic...

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News of the Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

News of the Churches. Special services were held at Wesley Church on Sunday last. The Rev J. Nairn occupied the pulpit in the morning. The service was opened by the singing of the National Anthem. A special prayer was offered by the Rev. F. Colwell for the King's recovery. Mr. Nairn, in his opening remarks, made reference to the gratifying bulletins of the King's illness, and spoke hopefully of the Coronation takinc place in the near future. He then delivered a vigor ous address on "The Transition in Christian Experience, and the methods by which it was brought about," basing his discourse on 2 Kings, v., 17-19. In the evening the Rev. F. Colwell occupied the" pulpit, assiste X by Mr. Nairn. It being the anniversary of L.O.L. 204, the brethren, in regalia, of that Lodge occu pied the front seats. The large building was crowded in every pail. Mr. Colwell deliverer a stirring, practical sermon suitable to the occa sion, part of which appears in another column. Special anthems were ren...

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GRANVILLE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

GRANVILLE BRANCH. A public meeting in connection with the abovenamed Branch will be held, in the Gran ville Congregational Church on Friday evening, 4th July, when Mr. T. B. Watt will give an address on " "William, Prince of Orange." Members are requested to endeavor to secure a good attendance. The monthly businass meeting will be held on the following Friday, 11th July.

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The Australian Protestant Defence Association. TO MEMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

The Australian Protestant Defence Association. TO MEMBERS. The Constitution* and Bye-Laws of the A.P.D.A. are now ready, and can be had on ; application by Branch Secretaries at "The Watchman " office. ,

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Sermon to Orangemen. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

Sermon to Orangemen. The following is an abridged report of the sermon preached by the Rev. F. Colwell to members of the Geueral Gordon Lodge, L.O.L., at "Wesley Church, last Sunday evening;— " I desire to-night td bring uuder your special notice the " Qualifications of an Orange man." No doubt you have frequently heard that Orangemen are a bad lot, and have entered into a solemn compact to do all the harm they possibly can to Roman Catholics. 1 need hardly say that it is utterly false. In fact j the best friends the Catholics have, if they only knew it, are ^tlie much despised Orangemen. There are some Protestants who imagine that the principles of Orangemen is one of bitter enmity of Roman Catholics. This I deny. If you read the rules of the Loyal Orange Institu tion you will not find one unkind word against Roman Catholic, but a constitutional brother hood, sworn to defend the Protestant faith and succession—men who count life itself not dear to defend their freedom, which has be...

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