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

NEWCASTLE BRANCH. In accordance with a new resolution, and in order to discuss and adopt the new Constitu tion, a meeting was held on Tuesday, July 1st* The Rev. R. AT. Bowles occupied the cliair. Four new members were projmsed and ad mitted to membership. Alter the ordinary business liad. been dealt with the chairman read the new Constitution, which seemed totake members by surprise, especially those clauses dealing with " life members, n-seociates and representatives to the Council," and the per capita tax of 50 per cent, on lady members. The Rev. W. Bain thought that the rules were not democratic enough. He was opposed to Popery whether it was Roman or Protest ant, and these rules allowing 12 life members to sit in the Council with equal rights to the representatives from the branches, and giving them power to elect their successors apart from the representatives, lie considered, required some explanation, as well as the idea of giv ing the Council power to elect associate mem be...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Australian 'Protestant Defence Association. SCOTS' CHUKCH, No. 1 BBANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 July 1902

The Australian 'Protestant Defence Association. SCOTS' CHUKCH, No. 1 BBAKCH. The above Branch held its usual monthly meeting last Monday night in Scots' Church. There was a good attendance of members. Mr. 0. E. Turner delivered a very interesting his torical lecture on "Three Hetoes of Christen dom : Henry of Navarre, William the Silent, and Gustavus Adolphus." With such a wealth of entrancing and alluring material at hand the j lecturer could not fail to make his discourse en tertaining and instructive. He drew clever word portraits of the great champions of Christendom, and in reference to Henry of Na varre gave a most thrilling description of the battle of Ivry, between the Huguenots and tho Leaguers. Never was the dashing valour of TTing Henry more conspicuous than ou this eventful day. Before the onset, riding out in front of his men 11 all iu his armour dressed," with stirring words he had bidden them follow the snowy plumes with which his helmet was adorned, There was one anx...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our Legal Column. APPLICATION TO ACCOMPANY ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 July 1902

Our Legal Column. APPLICATION TO ACCOMPANY ENQUIRY. Tu^Lex," " "Wutclmmu *' Office, U5 Market BttHdiiigh, York-ntreet, Sydney. Pk'UHc uiiKwtir 111il Tin* Wutclmian fclto annexed question. Reply to l»e addrc*e»yd t<> Sd-O'Lk—If the land is under Torrens' Title, tlie deed will he deposited at the Lund Titles Office, and you can at any time get a Certificate of Title for tlie block yon are keeping. If the laud is not under Ton-ens' Title, you will keep all the deeds tliat relate in any way to the block you are keeping-. You mil be wise to get a solicitor to prepare the agreement for sale, and to see tlie matter through for you. J.W.L.—She can many without her purents1 consent when she is 21 years of age. Ax Anxious Mothei:.—Yon do not say when your boy was sent to the ship, or for what period he was sent. Unless tlie period has ex pired it is not likely that you can get him .away, but if you have sufficient reasons you should apply to tlie Colonial Secretary and give him ...

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"I Believe in the Forgiveness of Sins." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 July 1902

'"I Believe in the Forgive-' liess of Sius." By w, Hai:ky Long. Some will say that we come to a portion of tiie symbol where Leo and Luther see eye to eye, for Borne teaches the forgiveness of sins as do the Reformers. By no means is that so. Howbeit, before analytical comparison, let me say that in order to the clear understanding of this great and grave question the prefix for in forgive is used "with the force of not1 meaning not given against us in judgement, no condem nation. Note, God does not i.r^ive sin6, but sinners. If we paraphrase this sentence, it reads thus: 2 believe that God pardons the guilt of all penitents. We English speakers cherish a sweetly-sounding, foolish saying, viz., God hates the sin but loves the sinner. We might as well say, we hate the murder but love the murderer. Every act ultimates iu a per sonal actor. Can we separate stream from fountain? Literally the word sin means the sunderer, connected with the geographical tenn. Sound, sea water separating ...

Publication Title: Watchman
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LIST OF THOSE WHO SENT LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 July 1902

JJLIST OF THOSE "WHO SENT LETTERS. Bertie Sargent, Hamilton Whitford, Jack B. McDonald, Syduey A. Spring, Ella Spring, Ross Hamilton, Sydney Bragg, Alice Mollisou, Christina Mollison, Evelyn Kearney, Bertha Haslam, Samuel Blacker, Esther Brown, Mabel Starrat, 'Alexander Campbell, Auuie Johus, Rachel M. Hare. 238 Crown Street, Sydney, 12/7/02. Bear Auutie,—This is my Srst letter to the 44 Watch man." With this letter-1 am trending in an eauay to the "Watchman." I made it as abort as possible as I thought a long essay would not be accepted. . Wishing the " Watchman every huc-ccss. remain, youra truly, Jesb Pktkbson (14.) 03 Enruure Road, 1/7/11)02. Dear Auutie,—I wa? very pleased with the prize I received for my darning. Il jh u von* nice book. I am staying down here with my mother for my holidays. We had a nice concert the night we broke up ; we were all dressed to represent a flower, 1 was the Australian Waratah. We had a lot of beautiful tableaux and u dramtJ, " The talented family...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Commercial. The Watchman Office, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 July 1902

Commercial The Watchman Office, Wednesday Evening. The market continues iirin for nearly all sorts of produce, present showery weather having hut little effect on values. Chaff con tinues in active request, large quantities land ing from other States meeting good sales; truck loads of medium-grade chaff for starving stock purposes continue to he drawn for western districts; prime samples at Bedfern meeting' sales up to G.s lldpercwt; medium to 6s 4d; rough sorts, 5s; straw cliafl to 3s 7d. Mill offal continues firm and scarce, only limited supplies available. Lucerne hay, with , incroasod quantities arriving, prices are weaker; j new dry, £8 10s; green, £8 15s; medium, £7 j 5s; ox Bedfern, £8 10s; medium, £7 10s. | Sales slow, buyers hanging off on account of J rain. Cliickwhcat: Prime samples in good de- j mand. Onions selling freely at late prices, j Potatoe market: Large stocks of Circularsand i New Zealand available, values receding 5s per ton. Prime Circular being quoted £5 5s ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 July 1902

MRS. A . WELSH. DYER & CLEANER & OSTRICH FEATHER DRESSER, 170 ENMORE-RD.. ENMORE. Hats Cleaned, Dyed und Altered to Latest Fashion. Gloves Cleuiifd mid French Finished. MAGIC OPTICAL ACETYLENE LIMELIGHT and ELECTRIC - - LANTERNS - - CINEMATOGRAPHS and ACCESSORIES. SLIDES and FILMS, FOR HIRE axd SALE. - ENTIRELY AT YOUR SERVICE. OSBORN & JERDAN, "3VC-2" OPTICT A TvTS , 3g3 GEORGE STREET. . T, TVT A •HDEIT, - I=K7VtII-V BOOTKHKEH, - 1? COWTEE-ST.. WAVEKLEY, and 7l> QUEEN-ST-, TVOOLLAHRA. English, American and Colonial Bootw and Shoes kept in Stock. Gent*' Heal, Hand-sewn Boots to measure from 21s. REPAIRS. Orders by post attended to. R, B. ORCHARD, WatGtimaker & Jeweller, 793 George-street, Sydney, XEAJl KAILWAY. The "Acme Timekeeper/ They axe Heavy Metal Cases They are Strong and Reliable They are Jewelled Movement They are Adjusted "and Accurately Timed They are Guaran teed for a years Thev are 12s 6d FIVE POINTED STARS— Silver from 2s (id. Gold fr...

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Suburban Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 July 1902

Suburban Notes. By Asiqteld. Thei*e was a . splendid attendance at the Federal Hall, Burwood, on "Wednesday, 18tli ultimo, the occasion being a meeting, called to ventilate public opinion on the bar maid question. The Mayor of Burwood pre sided and made a speech which was a straight out declaration of his opinion that the employ ment of females in hotel bars is an eviL Dr. Dill Mucky was present, also the United States Consul, and the Rev. W. H. H. Yarriugton, M.A., (St. Luke'e C.E.) the Eev. Geo. Campbell (Congregational), and Mes dames Ardill and Firth. All the resolu tions were carried unanimously. It was interesting to note, that the advocates for toleration of the beauteous barmaid are very modest in publicly ventilating their views. Noue of them "would feel proud were their sisters and daughters offered such lucrative jobs. Then why should another fellow's sister or daughter be encouraged to degrade her sex as u barmaid? Reliable information has reached me of a Guild, the memb...

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Woman's Column. ["Martha" Will be glad to receive and answer any communications addressed to her. care of the Editor, 9 Jamieson Street. Church Hill.] [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 July 1902

Woman's Column. ["Martha" "will be glad to receive and answer an v com munications addressed to Iter, care of the Editor, 9 Jainiesou Street. Church Hill.] Beau Dokcas,— The old saying, "Mail proposes, but God disposes," was never more apparent than last week, when Coronation day (June 26th) came, but no—Coronation. The situation was too dreadful for words. All our patriotic intentions, running in the direction of festivities, illumina tions, etc., were nipped in the bud. The wea ther—excuse me dragging that mucli-hackueyed word iu—seemed to me to sympathise with the nation; if not, it-certainly harmonized with the feeling of the people. The sun rose (I believe it rose, though not "visible) behind clouds of dark grey, and our harbour looked sulky and unsociable. # # * It had been announced that a united thanks giving service would be held iu the Town Hall, but on account of the deeply-regretted illness of our King it was changed to an intercessor}* service. The ceremony was most imp...

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Lodge Social. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 July 1902

Lodge Social.. The Geperal Gordon L.OX., No. 204 cele brated their fifth annual social at the Protes^aut Hall, Castlereagh-street, on Tuesday, June 24th, "with great eclat. The decorations called •forth much praise, the patriotic _and coronation colours beiug strongly in evidence. Lovere of Terpischore found the floor as smooth as the tongue of an insurance canvasser, and daucing was keenly enjo3*ed by oil present. " The lamps shone o'er fair women and brave men," At 9 o'clock, (when the floor was crowded with gay partners, chasing the merry hours on '* the light fantastic toe,") the various styles of danc ing were all more or less represented, from the strictly formal Government house mode to the free and easy step. There was to be seen the domestic dancers, interfering with nobody, but perfectly happy in their own enjoyment, the gentlemen now taking the lead, and now the lady,—quiet, orderly, and graceful. Be sure a marriage conducted by these two, would be a comfortable and unass...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 July 1902

1/2 DOZEN SILVER SPOONS FOR NOTHING. paring the laifc twelve months we have jtfven away free thousands of our famous Silver Watch ss have in our possession on uulintitod cumber of unsolicited tontimouiiiU from all porta of Ans* krmliu. acknowledging the wonderful value of the gift. This presentation watch having- advertised the Watch Department of oar business to such a wonderful extent, we have decided to give away lor nothing Half-a*Ooxen of our famous Indian Silver Tea Spoons (which wear like solid silver throughout) to avoir purchaser of a Special lino that we are now offering, consisting of an Electroplated Pickle Fork anil Jain Spoon at 7s. Cd. Tliese articles ore fit for any table. This offer is made only on condition tlmt you show the Spoons to your friends. It U a Startling Oiltr iad you will be mora than satisfied, if not return the goods and we will return your money. 5ead Itr our budg-et «f Testimonial* and you will be surprised. Ths London Watch Co., Central Arcade, Geo...

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Our Little Folks. RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 July 1902

Our Little Folks. i" Conducted by -'Atjxite.""] RUXES. 1. "Writers must be between the ages of six and fifteen, and must state their ages when writing-. 2. "Writersto "Auntie"" must -write on one side of the paper only. 3. Letters inuy be upon iuij* subject of interest to tlie •writer—short stories, accounts of their amusements and rtreations, reading, favourite toys, etc. 4. Letters must be original, written and composed by the children themselves. o. Address all letters to "Auntie," e/o. 44 "Watch man M Offi'.*;, 35 Queen Victoria Markets. York-street. My Dear You>*« Polk,— Two girls, Elsie Harris and Phyllis Lang ford, who entered for the Fancy "Work compe tition, have sent in such good work that I think them both deserving of a prize, therefore both girls will receive a book, if tliey call at the Watchman office. X think Minna Cooper's work deserves to be highly commended. If Miuua wishes her work sent back, would she kindly write and let me know. The winner of the prizs for ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 July 1902

NOTICE. "VT EMBERS of the Australian Protectant Defenoe J.TA Aaaociation who have ordered Tub "WATcmcij* through the New.s Agents vro a«k them kindly^ to pa«fi thin npoeiroen copy 011 to their next door neighbour. Don't fail to do this. F. W- JONSON, F.I.P.S., " MARCETST Shorthand, Typewriting, Book-Keeping, &«. IC Vnil UfAftIT RELIABLE SPECTACLES go to Ir lUU WAH I HAWKSFOKD, 'J70 Pitt-stmt Sydney The only practical Spectacle Maker in Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

I CROUPY CHILDREN. If your cbildreu an- jmuject to croup, wutch for tho t firvJ h/m^ouj of .tlie houzvcucKs. If Chamber* 1 lsuiV 0 ugh" Houiwly ih ffivin us *oon as the child « bowom Aoarhe, thu attack can U* averted. Kveri after I ■ the < <vJjiy wuK'1 hah appeared the attack cam id ways | ■ be p.ereniwl l»y givinjr thi* remedy. It is aiu invnJi able for'onW* utid vrhoopiug cough. Ir&l way's -3rtii3e^,*«ntJcun*ijuic-Uy. 1/fi^ ttlliflll How they deal it out to China, , . She can't have a nay at all ; • ■' ' ■ ' Her position's very tniuor . ' - f . f; Among the tiatioun one awl all. Like a luan whwft health i* breaking, Dayw aro numbered and jret fewer, ' Utiles* for cough or cold he*« taking W. E. Wuom* Gbkat PinTEHMiifT Cuius.'''

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From Shore to Shore. (A COLONIAL ROMANCE.) (Continued from last week.) CHAPTER II.— "THE CIGARETTE." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

From Shore to Shore. (A CoI/Omal Romance.) (Continued from last week.) CHAPTER U.—" clgaetiti "How poetical you are," exclaimed Miss Ward. " Tliat coiucs of once being- a member of the Dunedin Sliakespeare Club. Well, good-bye just now. Come up aud see us this afternoon, and bring Mrs. Leslie "witli you, if, she carof> to come." f t;££ji* "Certainly, with pleasure," replied Clap haun, and Mrs. Leslie also added her thanks. The next few minutes were spent by CUphani in finding out from the- purser how long the vessel was to remain in Dunedin. This he found was to be three days. He then rejoined Mrs. Leslie, who asked him to take her uj> to the city, as she wished to do some shopping. u You can leave me to my own devices thi morning," she said, " and in the afternoon we will call on the Wards at Mornington." " Very well," said Clapham. This plan suited him very well, as he desired Jo '**11 upon Joe Stoyle, the editor of a weekly papei', tUat was then making a big noise in Dunedi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

OUfl SOLE KDH Is to make a per manent customer, and to do this we must give you per fect satisfaction. JOHN CROPLEY & SONS,*, 800 GEORGE ST., SYDNEY. Tel. 1580

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

Many think that ourro jiuUtion for high-dAi^ Photographs secrasatily' -means c barging vhigh C cos, but thlfl in not CREELMAN'S PRICES ARE NOT HIGH 10,'- hpeiit At CREEL MAN'S gives you 12 ar- j ' tintic, 1'io-likc Cabinets, I with choice from throo poxhionri, and they would bo pictures you'd be pruud of. STUDIOS: KING ST. ARCADE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

OLLECE SYDNEY. REKCT.FDRSCIfrT.EA Principal, j A HICH-CLASS BOARDING SCHOOL FOB COYS. The College is charmingly situated | in its owu park grounds of 18 acres on the heights of Rockdale. Boys re ceive individual tea ching and personal explanation of their lessons. Fees for Boarders, from £9 9s per term. All sub jects, laundrv, mend ing, etc. Established ten years. Prospec tus on application to the Principal. Tele phone, 49 R. I He are now conducting Funeral Business at Cheaper Rates than any other similar establishment In Sydney or Suburbs. . Embalming as practised by us, is i pronounced success. 8ee Pamphlot issued on this 8cience by our Principal, Mr. Arthur O. J. Woad Head Office, 810 George Street, [next Sayings' Bank]. Branches in all principal Suburb Telephone Call, 726. etc

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

Public Notice. rpHIS is to notify the public that tho business of the X LONDON & AMERICAN TAILORING CO*, recently <nrried on at 408 George-street—>Geo rgo« street entr-.ne" > ' tha Kin^-etreet Arcade—has this day been purchased by Baumashc and O'DoaneU (London and Melbourne Tailoring Company, ot 31' Erskine-street) and will in future be carried on by them at 40R George-street, nnder the name and *tyle of MERCHANT TAILORS, 408 George-street. (George-st. entrance to hiog-st. Arcade) And all debts due to the late firm (London and Ameri con Tailoring Co.) are papablc to Baumasbe and O'DoaneU. July 14,1902. PHOTOGRAPHY ONE DOZEN HIGH AItT B90D0IR PORTRAITS, size 3J x 5 inches, and One in Natural Color, and one 12 x 10 Enlargement, framed, for 6s 6d WILSON MEW, Art Photographer, _ Boom No. 8 A.J.B. Dank, HAYMAKKET. J. s.' townsend, WHOLESALE FRUITERER, Commission Agent and Direct Importer, BELMOBE MARKETS, 3YDNET* Fresh Consignments Daily. Country Orders a Special...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

For Good Value in Drapery .. TRY .. Edward tjorderq's. Season's Novelties Now Opening. Wbitk ro& Trices xsi> Saxixes. CLOTHING axd MEN'S MERCERY Onr SjKx-ialty. EDWARD HORDERN, 666 and 658 GEORGE STREET (Brickfield Hill). Funeral Director, 118 Oxford Strai. 5^ (Hbab Office). Tel. 992. Queen't Cron, _ .. . . H* Op.ChnstCh cli Darlinghurtt - V Pm 993 Telephone 23 -O !f v y 61 Oxford Street, EdgediBe. Ay Paddington Randwick,n'rRovalHotel O) tjockdale, Opp." Station ® (Tel. 6 Kogarah). State and Reform Funerals Furnished in a most respectable manner, and on most reasonable terms. Drunkenness or the Liquor Habit, Inebriary, and Alcoholism in any form CURED BY EUCRASY. Can be given Hwratly or otherwise. Placed in a cup of tea, coffee, or in food, it* presence cannot be noted. "WARRANTED PERFECTLY HARM LESS and easy to administer. It operates so quietly and with such certainty that the patient undergoes no inconvenience, and ere he in aware his complete reform is efferted. DRUNK...

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