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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 July 1902

%-k • tm fm m to the w"d °fmit* y°a Give a Thought t,z'x £ss,r£ . clean, and contains objectionable chemical preservatives. IT MIGHT EVEN SB FROM DISEASED COWS. ^ jS> If you are using our PASTEURISED MILK rest assured It Is alright» Purest, Richest and BEST. Hcms«hold*rfl otintf othtr milk ur* invited to Ctrefolly onr claims. Our BoolCl*t, 'ENQUIRE WITHIN,* tells all about our ayttam, which w* believe is the beat. # # # ^ # E4e N.<S.W. Freati.Food <Q Ice Co. Ltd.,Sydney

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Death of Mrs. Pidgeon [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 July 1902

Death of Mrs. PidgeoiL One of Sydnej-'s oldest residents, Mrs. Eliza , Pidgeon, wife of the late Rev. Nathaniel j Pidgeon, founder of City Missions in New South "Wales, and Australia's first City Mis sionary, passed to her rest on the 30th ult. at at "Riverina," Brougliton-street, Milson's Point, the residence of her son. On the 20th May, 1841, the , late Mrs. Pidgeon arrived with her husboncl in New South Wales, and from then to the time of his death, 17th Feb., 1879, she was side by side with him in all his missionary work*. She has left behind a family of nine children, thirty three grandchildren, and four great grand children to mourn their Iobs. Th® funeral, attended by four soup and ten grandsons, re moved, on the 1st inst., from her late residence to Rookwood cemetery, where her remains were interred in the family* grave. Prior to the removal of the remains from her late residence, Milsou's Point, a very impressive religious ser-; vice was conducted bv the Rev. N. J. Codes, M...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mrs. Shepherd's Lectures [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 July 1902

Mrs. Shepherd's Lectures Mr*?. Shepherd continued her lecturing cam paign at the Protestant Hall this weok. She lectured twice on Thursday and Friday. Her subject on Thursday afternoon was: Instruc tions given by Priests in the Confessional bo fore marriage." On Friday afternoon she lec tured on " Nuns who are tho Brides of Christ, and why I became a Protestant." Both these lectures were confined to ladies only. On Thursday evening she discoursed to men only, on " The Priest and the Woman in tho Confes sionuL" Her Friday night lecture was de livered to a mixed audience, the subject treated being: uX>oes Confession to the Priest and Roman Catholic. School Education make Good British Subjects?" The hall has been filled to overflowing on each occasion. Mrs'. Shepherd has fairly sustained her reputation as a bold, and fearless exposer of the horrors of u Holy Mother Church," and Protestants iu Sydney are under a great debt of gratitude to her for the series of instructive lectures, g...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
News in a Nutshell NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 July 1902

News in a Nutshell NEW SOUTH WALES. A large gathering of clerical and lay friends us *embled on the wharf on Saturday to bid farewell to the ltishop of Gippsland and Mrs. Pain, who Milled in tho Omrali. The well-known 'cellist, M. Jean Gerardy, arrived in Sydney on Saturday by the Sierra, and left* on Monday night for Melbourne, where he begin* bin Australian At u lxind Kale at Bdosmau on Saturday the prices ranged from £20 a foot to £'Z a foot, and the total Miles amounted to £12,881. In Saturday's issue of the "Courier Australian " a suggestion is made that the New Hebrides should be colonised by the French families who were mined in Martimque. .* W2^0/u . ATI the nrrengements made in connection with the proposed development of the Lithgou* ironworks by the new company have been cancelled, owing to political disappointment*. The new machinery ordered in England by the Iron and Stoel Corporation for erection at Lithgow, has been stopped, and the expert is returning to England. Yest...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
An Australian in South Africa. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 July 1902

Aii Australian in South . Africa. The following- very interesting letter, written by Rev. Jas. Green, who is with the Common wealth troops, has been placed at our dis posal :— • Australian Camp, Bushkop, Near Klerksdorp, tfrd June, 1902, Peace : at last! Last Saturday night l.»ord Kitchener signed terms of peace with the Boer leaders. Mes sages were sent at once to the lonely block houses and garrisons throughout the country.. The civilians heard it for the most part through the churches on the following Sunday morn ing ; and at the various church parades the glad announcement was made to the men in camp and columns. We had a specially large church parade, about 1,500 being present At the conclusion General Willson, who had come out from Klerksdorp on purpose, pre sented the D.S.O. to Major Brown, and then made the announcement of peace. We had prayers of thanksgiving, and then threo cheers for the King. It has been nothing but jubi lation ever since. Each night the men in the vario...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOME NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 July 1902

H0J1K NEWS. The Kmy ir» making slmv. but gitod, progrc*> towards Tlie Indian Coronation Contingent have asked to be allowed to remain in England without pay until the King recovers, to that they may t*ee their Emperor. The Coronation, in all probability. will take place during September. Tiic selected to attend \rilL arrive in London in August. The Daily Telegraph " uiwrts that the naval au thorities at Portsmouth expert the Coronation naval review to take place during September. Sir Edmund iiarton suggested at the Colonial Confer ence that Colonial contributions 1k> applied to creating, the nucleus for a Colonial navy* The other Premier* objected to Sir Edmiuid Barton's suggestion, on the ground that it would be too costly, as the vessel* constructed must soon become obsolete. Three thousand guests, including the Prince and Princess of Wales, and Sir Edmutid and Lady Barton, attended a reception given by the Indian princes in London. At the Colonial Conference in London on Ju...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 July 1902

ISritain'B Army keepn on growing A great dwil Htrougrr every day, T2j(i Colonic* an well are fhowin# ' That tliey have n littlo to way. Miuikind indct^d might all bo htamgor, If they'd take whut'h good aud puro; Tho very thing1—you'll couph no longer— I# Bomt' Woods* Gukat Peituuiixt Cubk.

Publication Title: Watchman
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 July 1902

Tel-^3M> ORANT & COCKS, Tel. MM JIodollerH and Fibrous Plaster Experts, C 4: 8 Bruiuby-nt., oft' Elizubi'th-st. South, Suny Hillft AUSTRALIAN- PROTESTANT DEFENCE ASSOCIATION. THE ANNUAL MEETING of tin- United liranuliDs of the Australian Protestant Defence Association will be held in the Protestant Hull, Cnstlerengh-ntreet, on THURSDAY, JULY 24th. Members of the different branches are requested to|uote the date, and do their utmost to neeure n representative meeting. Prowiucnt speakers, including- Mr. Habky Ixi-va,. ' will tuko part. * A STRONG MUSK'AL PROGRAMME. . DOOHS OPEN 7.30. Chair will be .taken by Di? Dill Macky at 8 p.m. WANTED PUOTESTANT EMPLOYEUS OF LABOUR rs quiring Men for any kimi of work should first apply to the SKCRETAliY L.O.L. LABOUR ASSO CIATION, PROTESTANT HALL. WANTED,—All thinking of Assuring to know tliat tho A.M.P. Life Office in tlie be*t. Full par* ; ticular* supplied by J. B. YOUDALE, City Agvnt, 10ft Pitt-Hh-eet. Telephone4 2171*. WANTED ull c...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 July 1902

CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH HEMKDY Is u euro for soveru ooldn. purniitont coughs, and u pre ventive of pmmmouiti. It is tlio mother*' favourite for whooping uougli. It uIwujk utm>, iuid tun,, qui,A]v

Publication Title: Watchman
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 July 1902

"SEMPER "which,-literally EADEffl," translated, MEWS THIS IS why THE LION BRA^D 0 OF CONFECTIONERY IS SO POPULAR. Q I defy all approach/j^OgSp^ ?!!&, II. flHHHnlHllQoiT 1CE51 Clarence Sj ^Wo R.i«sr KcntSI llpegt?. ONLY THE FINEST INGREDIENTS USED. II IS TEE GREATEST FAVOURITE WITH THE CHILDREN. MANUFACTURED ONLY BY James Stedman, 145 CLARENCE ST. SYDNEY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 July 1902

RETURN OF THE .WANDERER. RESTORATION OF . ANTHONY HORDERN'S FURNITURE STORE, GIPPS & PARKER STREETS, Haymarket, Destroyed in the Great Fire of July, 1901. Haymarket; (only) Once More. THE MAGNIFICENT BUILDING SPECIALLY ERECTED FOR THE ACCOMMODATION OF THE FOLLOWING DEPARTMENTS / IS NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. FURNITURE DEPARTMENT, BEDSTEAD & BEDDING, CARPETS & FLOOR COVERINGS, FURNISHING UPHOLSTERY, DECORATIVE DRAPERY & BLINDS, and they will be boused in a style of magnificence and convenience hitherto unknown in Aus tralia. Jn building the new store the question of light has been given special prominence, with the result that the glorious light of day shines into every corner. This is one of the signs of the Pha-nix rising from the ashes of the Great Fire of July, 1901. More will follow. Jntag Jfordern $ Sons, amuro, HAYMARKET (ONLY). SYDNEY. *

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Roman Catholic Vote. A PROTESTANT LEAGUE FORMED IN MELBOURNE. SCENE WITH DR. RENTOUL. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 July 1902

A Roman Catholic Vote. A PROTESTANT LEAGUE FORMED IN MELBOURNE. Scene With Dji. Rektocl. We are indebted to the "Argus" for tBe following particulars of the recently formed Protestant League in Melbourne:— A large meeting, called by circular, was liold at the A ssembly Hall yesterday afternoon May 31st) to consider the desirability of form ing a league " for the purpose of meeting and counteracting the organised Xtouian Catholic influence on the legislation aud administration of this State,•"with'ont combatiug or interfering with the Bonian Catholic religious position." The Rev. C. H. Nash, who was temporarily voted in the chair, said that he would only hold it for half an hour, when the Bishop of Bendigo, who was on his way by train, would be present. The Rev. Dr. Bevan, before Dr. Fiteliett spoke, would like to ask a question. He understood that no one was to bo present who did not sympathise with the movement, but he had been away for some time, and was there as a learner before ...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE Watchman [?] CIRCULATION 11,000. SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1902. A NEW PROTESTANT LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 July 1902

CIRCULATION 11,000. SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1902. A HEW PROTESTANT LEAGUE. Tee formation in Victoria of a Protestant League, "wherewith to hold in check the ever encroaching tactics of Bomish priests, most ho regarded -with satisfaction by all truq.lovers of . Protestantism. The unanimity-which prevailed among all denominations at the meeting when this course was resdlved upon is a striHng proof of the necessity universally felt for such an organisation, nor con we see how such a decision could any longer be avoided. For many years the Boman Catholic hierarchy been permitted a free hand throughout Aus tralia, people going out of their way to remove from them eveiy shadow of what might he esteemed a grievance. So far has thi^ proced ure gone that the small minority composing the Boman Catholic party has been accorded privileges for which the remainder of the com munity has been obliged to suffer. This is especially the case in Victoria, where the Bible htis been banished from the public s...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To the Orangemen of New South Wales. DEAR BROTHER ORANGEMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 July 1902

To the Orangemen of New South Wales. DKAJi BtlOTHKR ORANGEMEN. The Watchman is now some twenty-four weeks old, is self-supporting, and has this week an issue of twelve- thousand. May I ask your sympathy and help to increase our circulation, so that before the year closes it may l>e at: least twenty-thousand. Every Brother can lfelp by taking two papers, instead of one. Twopence. a week is not an expensive outlay in such a good cause. Tours fraternally, / W. M. Dill Macky, DAV. The Rev. F. Colwell .will deliver a special sermon on Sunday evening-, July 13th, at 7 p.m., to celebrate the Glorious Twelfth. Sub ject: " Stand like the Brave, Home's Defeat." Mr. E. Lane and his choir will render some special musical items appropriate for the occa sion. Brethren and sisters of the L.O.L. are invited to attend in regalia; also country visitors. All seats free. Eoman Catholics will be welcome.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUBURN WANTS A BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 July 1902

AUBURN WANTS A BRANCH. A public meeting will be lield iu the Town Hall, Auburn, on Tuesday, July loth, at 8 p.m., for the purpose of forming a Branch of the a.P.D.A. Addresses will be delivered by Revs. Dr. Dill M«cky, John Nairn, J. A. Cawdell, and others.

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRANVILLE BRANCH, No. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 July 1902

GKANVILLE BRANCH, No. l.i. I A meeting, under the auspices of the above | Branch, was held in the Granville Congre gational Church on Friday, July -5th, under the presidency of the Rev. Hugh Wilson. An interesting address on 11 William, Prince of Orange," was read hy Mr, T. B. Watt. The ! monthly business meeting will be held ou Friday. 12th inst. A full attendance of mem bers is requested. Quarterly subscriptions aro due.

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 July 1902

Aii^trnot tlit* Projilict "YVragge By scoffing «t his talon, He may untie his weather lmg And loo-*} tiiu stonu* tuul gull*. Tin; ill cffoct* of dxencUiiig roin We only rem t'udtire. By driving out the i»ld 'tis plain Witll "Womi-' OlLKAT l'KJTKUill.sn Ouiii. Hair and Skin Specialist. jirvveutioa and cure. Bald patuliuK, DuudruH, Gtvyiw*s. Fulling Hair, auooe»*fully truatod. Proofs given. Consisting Booxv: 18 Cfiartes-st, Enmore, Sydney.

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The Editor's Letter Box. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 July 1902

The Editor's Letter Box. J.N. (Maitlaud).—Subject far too extensive in its scope for n short letter. M.E.—Your " coursing: " par to hand. Please send real name and address, not for publication, but us n guarantee of good faith. T.A. (Ashfield).—You had "better write to the Editor of the "Lady's Magazine," or the u Lady's Pictorial.".

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FABM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. DAIRSY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 July 1902

FABM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. DAISY PRODUCE. Bonam—Creamery, 1/5 per lb., Pasteurised l/r>i, per lb. Factory, 1/4 i to 1/5. Daily, 1/2 1/511 Past^-,.hcarce 1/1. Baoon—Sides: McLean'n, /7J» Manning's /7J s /8 per 11* Middlee, /8, /i». Flitclu#, /cj, /7i. Shoulder*, /0. Ohkksb—N.S.W., loaf, K, 8}, 81 per lb. • Medium size, f8. Victorian, /8. 81. - ' * • N.Z. /8, /8J. ' ; Boos—Southern, 1/8 per doz. New laid, 1/9, 2/-. Northern, 1/0, 1/7. • • Stored, 1/4 1/5. ' s Chinese eggt», 1/4. Adelaide, 1/5, 1/0. - ' Preserved, /1/2,1/2J. Labd—Bladder, /9. I . American Bulk, 7f, /8. ' TTaw—N.S.W. /10, /10|, per lb. N.Z., /10, /10A. . PotJLTBT—Fowls': Hens, 2/8, 2/10; prime 3/-, 55/6 , . „ Boosters, 2/9, 3/6;. prime, 4/-, fi/6. Du6ks*2/G, 3/3, prime 4/-, 5/9. " ' - Geese, 4/0, 6/-. Turkey bens, 4/-, 4/15, prime 4/C, 6/6. .,, cocks, 6/- 9/-; prime, 10/-. 13/ , FARM PRODUCE. ; 'I. Maize—-Prime 4/7 4/8 per bushel. Northern, 4/7 4/8. Chaff—Local prime, 0/5/-, G/15/perton. Medium, 5/17/0, to 0/-/- ' Other...

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BALMAIN BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 July 1902

BALMAIN BEANCIi. The third quarterly (or tirat annual under the now Constitution) mooting of the above Branch -was held in tin* Congregational school liall on Tuesday evening, July 1st. The hall ■was crowded, iaaiiy having to stand. Hi'. M. Allardice, Y.P., occupied the (hair, and opened .the uieeting -with prayer. After the minutes had been confirmed, the musical portion of the ( programme wlucli had been arranged was pro ceeded \ritli, when th<* following friends" and members kindly assisted:-—Misses Evans, Frasev, Stuart, Pratt, Finley, Neild, Allardice (2), Fraser, and little Dot Waight; also, Messrs. Harris, Tildesley, Howard, Kennedy, I\ead and Scales and Master Gray. Mrs. Gar diner carried out the arduous duties of accom panist in her customary excellent manner. Bro. Hodge, with his splendid phonograph, rendered a number of items which were higlily appreciated. At the conclusion of the programme a hearty vote of thanks was carried by acclamation. The meeting then d...

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