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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

STOP THAT COUGHING. You tan stop flint coughiug by using Chamberlain!» Coujjb Remedy. It relieves tlio Iungri, aids expec toration and ofl'oote u prompt uiid permanent cure. All dealers. 1/C.

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Business Notice. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

Business Notice. "The Federal Agency," 70 Huuter-street, lias now been taken over by Mi's. McClusky, who intends conducting it as a select Protestant Kegistry Office for governesses and domestic servants. Another section of the department ■will be devoted to the securing of apartments for visitors to Sydney. The telephone number is 3SC7, and patrons who ring up, will receive every civility. We are requested to state that the business is in no way connected with the L.O.L. Labour Association.

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. DAIRY PRODUCE. Butxkb—Creamery, l/«5 per lb. Pasteurised 1/5&, per lb. Factory, 1/4 to l/o. Daily, 1/2. Pastry, 1/1, 1/lJ. Ba.oo>*—Sides: McLean's, /7f> Manning's /7£ b 'jl\ per lb Middle*, /8,/8i flitches, /C, /C5. Shoulders, /G." Cheese—N.S.W., loaf, 8}, jSl j)er lb. Medium size, /8 to /8J. i Viotorian, /8. . N.Z. /8£, /8i, ygf. • . Eogs—Southern, 1/7 per doz. New: laid, 1/7,1/8. Northern, l/5£, 1/0. Storod, 1/4. Chinese eggs, 1/4, Preserved, /I/H, l/*2. . Lapp—Bladder,/9. Bulletins, /84. - : ' Hius—Scaroei N.S.W. /10, /101, per lb. ' ' Light-weights, /10J, /ll. N.Z., /10, /104. . . ' : -Poultbt—Fowls /: Hens, 2/G, 2/9 ; prime 3/-, 3/9 ,, 'Boosters, 2/9, 3/3; prime, 3/6, 4/9. Duckfl 2/9, 3/-, prime 4/-, 5/-. Goese, 4/*, G/-. ■ Turkey liens, 3/G, 4/3, prime 4/9, 5/9. \ „ cocks, 6/-8/-; prime, 10/-, 13/ r PARI! PBODUCE. t Maize—Prime 4/5 4/6 per bushel. . Northern, 4/5. ' . Weevily, 4/-, 4/3. Ciust—Local prime, 5/15/, 6/5/-, per ton. Medium, 4/1...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR Legal Column. APPLICATION TOACCOMPAXY ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

Qui' Legal Column. I APPLICATION TOACCOMPAXY ENQUIRY. II To " Lex," • " "Watchman" Offii-e, 35 Market Buildings, York-street, Sydney. Please answer in " The Watchman" the annexed question. Reply to be addressed to Justice.—(1) Your tenant must pay the rent agreed upon till the lease expires. (2) If the injury to the house is the result of bad materials and bad workmanship, the builder is liable for damages. (3) Your question is not very definite, but if you put barbed wire in such a position jJiat persons who are not trespassers are likely to be injured by it, you will be responsible for any iujury which may result. (4) If you knew where the paper came- from, you should have refused to tkke it long ago, and you are probably liable for the price. Widow's Fhiend.—If the brother who received the insurance money was executor or trustee of the will of the policy holder, he can be sued for the elder brother's half shore. If he was not executor or trustee we cannot advise without further i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the views of our correspondents.) GOVERNMENT INFLUENCE USED FOR SECTAEIAN PURPOSES. To the Editor of "The Watchman." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

Correspondence. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the views of ' our correspondents.) GOVERNMENT INFLUENCE USED FOR SECTAEIAN PURPOSES. , To the Editor of " The Watchman." . Sir,—I wisli t<» bring under the notice of. the public, through your valuable paper, what appears to be a shameful use of Ministerial influence for sectarian purposes, by which at least sixteen thousand pounds (£16,000) of public money has improperly gone into the hands of the Roman Catholic authorities of this city. I think the public will agree with this conclusion when they read the particulars of the transaction. Here they are:— v In the list of properties fronting Pitt-street, lately resumed for the new railway station, was one held by the Roman Catholics, called, I think, the "House of the Grood Shepherd." They received, according to newspaper reports of questions asked and answered in Pailiament, over twenty-three thousand pounds (£23,000) as compensation. I purpose to show that of this ...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mrs. Shepherd's Lectures. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

Shepherd's Lectures. Mrs. Margaret L. Shepherd opened her Sydney lecture season at the Protestant Hall on Tues day afternoon by delivering a discourse to ladies only. The buildiug was crowded to overflow ing, and many ladies were unable to ubtaiu ad mission. Mi's. Shepherd's subject was: "Seerot Con fession to the_Priests, and Reasons why Protect ants ond Roman Catholics should not Inter marry." She has a most interesting platform personality, aud being gifted with a delightful speaking voice, speedily charmed the ears of all her hearers. Her accent ie slightly American, but this only adds a peculiai picquaut flavour to her speech. Her subject was most agreeably handled, and her clever word-paintings of the horrors of the confessional enlisted the entire sympathies of tlie large audience. She spoke throughout witli great vigour, eloquence, and boldness. At the conclusion of the lecture she was loudly applauded. On "Wednesday afternoon another immense aulience attended, when she agai...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN PROTESTANT DEFENCE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

AUSTRALIAN PROTESTANT DEFENCE ASSOCIATION. Branches duly numbered according to date of formation— I. Scots Cburch (central). .?. Waverley." 3. Chippendale. 4. Lower Botany. 5. Leichhur'dt. G. Newtown. 7, Balmain. 8. Dulwich Hill. *J. Pictou. 10. Newcastle. , II. Parramatta. 12. Aflbfield. 1H. Granville. 14. Annandalo.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

F. W- JONSON, F.I.P.S., «ST Sliorthaud, Typewriting', Bnuk-Kecpuig, &c. > ' i

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German Hatred, to Britain. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

German Hatred, to Britain. The growing antagonism noticeable among Germans against the British people is not to "be explained by racial jealousy or business compe tition^ It is the result of a plan of campaign diligently carried out by the Church of Itomo on the principle of Divide and Rule, the object being to bring, if possible, into mutually disas trous conflict two great Protestant peoples. It was an unfortunate incident in tlie unification of Germany that the Empire absorbed such a large R.C. population in South Germany. Since then the Romanist vote has been used in the Keichstag to control the balance of power, and thuB concessions in favour of the Church have been wrung from the Protestant majority in return for support to national projects. For many years Prussia was the good friend of Britain on the Continent, but duriug the last quarter of a ceutury, the nefarious intrigues of Home have sown a bad feeling between the two kindred Protestant races, the expression of which fo...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial. The Watchman Office, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

Commercial. Tiie Watchman Office, Wednesday Evening. 33uttor market, easier, 1/5.. Large stocks continue to arrive from New Zealand whicli, selling at under local fresh makes, lias caused a congestion. At auction, on Monday, about 300 boxes stored Queensland and Victorian butters were offered but remained unsold, prices offered not being considered satisfactory. Cheese market dull, large stocks New Zealand offering, present high prices restricting demand. Bacon market firmer, higher prices being asked. Lard market easier, with American stocks offering. Owing to quantities stored and preserved, eggs available for market lias weakened considerably. Prima table poultry in good request, weedy sorts hard to quit. Honey, clear, liquid, scarce. Candied sorts in fair demand. With increased demand for country districts, the produce market has firmed considerably in nearly all departments. Supplies of chaff have been drawn upon heavily for some days past with but limited supplies arriving fro...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

MRS. A. WELSH, DYER & CLEANER & OSTRICH FEATHER DRESSER, 17O ENMORB-RD., ENMORE. Hftts Cleaned, Dyed and Altered to Latest Fashion. Gloves Cleaned aud French Finished. W, BUSH & CO,, .TEA IMPORTERS & BLENDERS GROCERS, PROVISION MERCHANTS, &"c. . 198 Enmore Road, Enmore (Tram Termini?*). Give u* « Trial. "W. T, nvr a -rrn-mTq-^ - F757HEIE.Y BOOTMHKER, - 12 COWPER-ST., WAVERLEY, sss» If. QUEEN-ST., AVOOLLAHKA. En^lifli, Ainerirem mid Colonial Boot* and Shoes kept in Stock. Gents* Heal Hand-.sewn Hoots to measure froln 21s. REPAIRS. Orders Jiv post attended to. MAGIC OPTICAL 3 ACETYLENE LIMELIGHT and ELECTRIC - - LANTERNS - CINEMATOGRAPHS and ACCESSORIES. SLIDES and FILMS, FOR HIKE xxa SALE. ENTIRELY AT YOUR SERVICE. OSBORN JERDAN, "Js&ST OPTICIAN'S . 393 GEORGE STREET. W- WEIN GARTNER, Hairdresser & Tobacconist, 159 ENMORE-RD., ENMORE. Chas. E. Wigzell and Son, Hairdressers; ORNAMENTAL HAIRWORKERS, 2 Stage and Street Wig-makers. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

A. CAMERON, Bootmaker and Repairer - „ 159A ENMOfiE ROAD, ENMORE. V Motto: Civility and Satisfaction. ROBBIE St ROSE, painters and ^ decorators. A. ROBBIE, M. ROSE, S Mntamlcv-slrirt. Denison-strcct. LEICHHAliDT. "U'OOLAHKA. J. S. OLDHAM, ^ -The People's Grocer, 192 King-st., NEWTOWN. ORDERS CALLED FOR XST) DELIVERED. Chelmsford School, 2 STHNKORE ROHD. Miss A. STICKLEY, Principal. Vocal and Instrumental Music thoroughly taught. Pupils prepared for all Exams. Jl P LI A If C (Lau« of Mr. J. McGratM H* Ui liHIvL SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER, 337 SUSSEX ST., SYDNEY. . Repairs Strongly and Neatly Done at Lowest Prices. THE Globe Studios. J Tram Terminus, ENMOKE. 4 Bromido Enlarging. Picture Framing. | (tyerators sent to any part. i Established 1883. y Tel. HQ S. SEMPER PARATUS. " Higlily recommended by leading Medical Profession." It is lao^t important when a prescription is given by a medical man (and to get the full benefit of his nkill) to - havo it prepared by u fully experienced ...

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"PAEABBAS." To the Editor of " The Watchman." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

" PAEABBAS."S To the Editor of " The 'Watchman." Sir,—Bearing iu iniud the,fact that the " Watchman" does not advertise or criticise what is placed before the theatre-loving por tion of our community, still 1 think that no harm will ensue from a criticism of the above. This is on ago of liberty, and we Britishers do not relish the idea of our liberty being restricted. Still if such subjects as the above bo chosen for staging, it is time that a censor be appointed. The good taste, of the public might be relied on, in most cases, to approve or condemn what is meritorious or the reverse. It is, however, regrettable that Miss Williamson should have chosen this subject for dramutising. There is evidently, nowadays nothing so sacred that it cannot be made the subject for melo-dramatic speeches to win applause. The popularity achieved by "The Sign of the Cross," and "Ben Hur,' is presumably responsible tor Miss Williamson's latest effort. Cut iu the dramas roforred to there was little to o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOME RULE FOR IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

i HOME RULE FOE IRELAND. Deah Sir,—I will not trespass on your valuable space, by referring to the unjust and sectarian action of our Roman Catholic Mayor in grant ing the use of our Town Hall, to a disloyal and anti-British gathering. But I would like to show, in as few words as passible, how impossible is the claim which oar Irish friends make.. Senator B. E. O'Connor in his opening statements, which has a wealth of hidden signi ficance, said " There was perhaps no better time than the present, for a renewal of that moral and national aid, which they had for so many years rendered to the Irish parliamentary party." How true these words are. It is indeed a splendid opportunity for the Home Bulers. First of ail our Commonwealth Premier, though nominally a Protestant, is the nominee of the B.C. party, and ifts just had an audi ence with the Pope. Then our State.Premier (also nominally a Protestant) is as clay in the hands of his B.C. ministers ; and he too is kept in power by the B.C...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DANGERS OF SENDING PROTESTANT CHILDREN TO CONVENT SCHOOLS. To the Editor of " The Watchman." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

THE DANGERS OF SENDING PROTEST ANT CHILDREN TO CONVENT SCHOOLS. To the Editor of " The Watchman.' ■Sir.—In a recent issue, tinder the Leading of j "The Protestant Watchtower," I noticed an article on " Convent Schools," aud !n it a case of deception of parents by the Roman Catholics is incidentally referred to. I may state that X anl acquainted with the people connected with the affair, and can truthfully substantiate the matter referred to. In fact, there were three girls instead of two who were drawn into the meshes of the Roman Catholic net, and I am afraid they are hopelessly lost to Protestantism, more the pity for their cver-sorowing parents. Xo doubt the Roman Catholics, by their duplic ity, did their work thoroughly, for the girls are now very bigotted Romanists, and they cham pion Rome's tenets with a spirit that is grievous. To think that such girls, being bom Protest ants, should thus tuiu Romanists, and be such u devoted children of Mary," etc., simply illustrates the ne...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Rome and Democracy, [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

Koine and Democracy, i The constitution of the Church of Rome makes it in spirit entirely out of sympathy with modern democracy. The various Protest ant Churches are controlled ultimately by the laity, but in the case of Rome, the whole power is retained in the hands of the clergy and religious brotherhoods. These form a sacred caste separate from the laity, and the position of the latter is merely to supply the money and do as told. The Ilendship of the Roman Church is practically' confined to Italians, for a majority of these are appointed to the College of Cardinals, who choose the successor to the Pontificate, though the most numerous group of R.C's. arc not found in Italy. The Papacy itself is an autocracy, and like similar secular institutions, there is a power behind the throne which in this instance is the Jesuits. From the Papal Chair go forth the commands, which are imidicitv carried'into effect by an army of bisliops, priests, monies and nuns wlio are the subordinate offi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bees and Poultry. EGGS. HOW TO MAKE POULTRY PAY. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

Bees and Poultry. EGGS. How to Make Poultry Pay. j Tins is the question uppermost in the minds of those who keep hens, few or many; and we hear on every hand, "how is it my fowls do not lay? I can never get.theiu to lay in winter when eggs are dear." There are many answers to this question; it really resolves itself into the question of management^ for there are many factors entering into the question of "making" hens lay in winter. We will look at a few of the more important in the order of their importance: Age oi' Hexs.—This, I think, is the most important point, for while there are isolated exceptions to the rule, it is safe to say, •' Old hens do not lay in winter " ; therefore do not pay to keep, and a safe rule to go by is to dis pose of all fowls before the 'second moult, taking good care to start hatching early in the spring, so that the pullets may get to work lavintr before the winter comes on: then, with proper care, tliey will lay right oil wlien eggs I aro scarce and d...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWTOWN BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 5 July 1902

NEWTOWN BRANCH. The usual monthly meeting of the Newtown branch was held 0n June 27, in the Congrega- tional Schoolroom, Mr. T. G. Dyson, Vice- President, occupied the chair. Mr. A. W. Jinks, in the absence of the Secretary, was elected Secretary pro. tem. A lot of business   was transacted. A discussion ensued concerning the boycotting methods of Roman Catholics. One minister present gave some startling revelations, and he told those present to be vigilant and ever ready to meet the foe. The Roman Catholic Church was pointed out as the greatest boycotting agency in the world. Reference was also made to the timid atti- tude adopted by newsagents, who were afraid to put forth the " Watchman " poster. It was resolved not to patronise any newsagents who were frightened to push the "Watchman."  

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Margaret L. Shepherd's Lectures. (IMPRESSIONS BY "T[?]BUNE." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 July 1902

Margaret L. Shepherd's Lectures. (Imi'ukssioxs iiy " tianuxn."') Believing myself to be possessed of some thing of the. instinct of a gentleman, and therefore refusing to believe ill of anyone until I had sufficient ground for my belief, I went on "Wednesday night last to hear the li notor ious Margaret L. {Shepherd " deliver herr lec ture on u Personal Experience in a Nunnery." 1 had read all that the " Catholic Press " said concerning this lady, therefore I thought X would see her. hear her, and judge for myself* The Protestant Hall was well filled by an appreciative and enthusiastic audience, repre senting all dosses of society, and I presume all creeds, including the Roman Catholic. The lecfcures8 is of medium build. Her complexion is dark, and her voice is simply charming, tender in pathetic sentences, reso nant and forceful in declamation, and besides, her articulation is perfect. Her attire and manner were homely to a degree, Having the flashing diamond on her linger. She ste...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
From Shore to Shore. (A COLONLAL ROMANCE.) CHAPTER I DUNEDIN HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 July 1902

From Shore to Sliofe. (A Colonial Romance.) CHAPTER L Dukeijik Haiuicjuk. **I know I am going to be ill," said Mrs. Leslie, as she listlessly grasped the companion rail that led to the deck. Sue had gone up two steps when a faintness seized her. She tottered, and would have fallen, hut an arm interposed and a harsh, yet not unkindly voice, said: " Allow me to help you up." She submitted, and found herself collapsing into a deck chair and a strange man beside her enveloping her in wraps and rugs. She had fallen into a dreamy doze when she was aroused by the same harsh voice. " "Would you like? a newspaper ?" She looked round and saw a square-jawed face turned to her. She noticed that his eyes looked kind and sympathetic, but suddenly a fierce -glare flashed into them. "I asked you if you would like a news paper,he said sharply. "Oh, yes; thank you very much." She took a paper from his hand, and commenced to read. Presently she looked up. "I must thank you, sir, for your kindness to m...

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