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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

534 George-street, Opposite Town Hall. * —SYD)Nig^ 1 r; £ Q Proprietary Limited, - CLIFTON'S LILYWHITE STARCH. FREE Ff(0ty ALL ADULTERATION.

Publication Title: Watchman
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Correspondence. (We do not hold ourselves responsible for the views of our correspondents.) THE BARMAID EVIL. To the Editor of "The Watchman." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

Correspondence. (We do not hold ourselves responsible for the views of our correspondents.) THE BARMAID EVIL. Totlie Editor of "The "Watchman." Sir,—It. is somewhat amusing to read the many letters addressed to the daily sheets by pro-barmaid advocates, and it would appear that the beer-pumping fraternity find much favour with a vacillating Press. Now, Sir, I don't pretend to be immaculate, nor (like the Pope) infallible, and in giving my opinion on the " Barmaid Question," I do so as an unbiassed moderate drinker, whose experi ence of public-houses and barmaids is consider able. I can safely say this, that, in my opinion, the average Mr. Bung is an unscrupulous liber tine. As for Miss Barmaid, more than 80 per cent, of them are (or become) members of the Dame Quickly sisterhood. The moTe innocent and respectable the girl or woman, the greater is her danger of eventually falling, should she enter into the emplojment of the average pub lican. Were barmaids to be abolished there would...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

An Ounce of Caution is worth pounds of chance. Be cautious as to the kind of milk you are using. It doesn't pay to give Baby anything but the best, and the best milk is surely none too good when Its health might otherwise be in danger; Whether as food for children, for table or culU nary purposes, our PASTEURISED MILIC is cer* tainly the BEST, because it is so Pure, so Rich, and so innocent of chemical admixtures. IShe N.S.W. FresH Food (SI Ice Co. Ltd., Sydney

Publication Title: Watchman
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THE DANGER OF SENDING PROTESTANT CHILDREN TO CONTENT SCHOOLS. To the Editor of "The Watchman." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

THE DANGER OF SENDING PROTEST ANT CHILDREN TO CONTENT SCHOOLS. To the Editor of " The Watchman." Sir,—Noticing an article in your paper headed " The Danger of Sending Protestant Children to Convent Schools," signed " One Who Knows," I would like to ask " One Who Knows" what was the reason of the three young girls being drawn into the meshes of the Bomau Catholic net ? As " One Who Knows " has given us no sug gestion as to how to prevent thousands of our Protestant children from falling into the same net, I will, with your permission, give my ex perience, and how I escaped. Some six or seven years ago I was left with a little boy and girl to educate and look after. Not having had too much education myself, and smarting under the want ot it, I determined to give them a good education, and as my means were limited, the troubles commenced. Being in lodgings, and having no one t > look after them, I set about finding a private Pro testant school for them. After many enquiries for the ...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Twelfth of July. MONSTER PROTESTANT DEMONSTRATION. THE ORANGEMAN'S CARNIVAL. THE CARDINAL APOLOGISES. THE PROTESTANT VOTE. "TOADY" BARTON, THE POPE'S MEDALLIST. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

The Twelfth of July. MONSTER PROTESTANT DEMON STRATION. THE ORANGEMAN'S CARNIVAL. THE CARDINAL APOLOGISES. THE PROTESTANT .VOTE. "TOADY" BARTON, THE POPE'S MEDALLIST. (By Ouii Special.) Barely, if ever, before has the Sydney Town hall been so densely packed as it was last Sun day afternoon, on the occasion of the annual religions service of the L.O.L. of New South Wales. Thousands of people were unable to gain admission, and the vast building could have been filled twice over, and then there would liavebeen several hundreds left lamenting. When we arrived at the noble portico of the Hall, we fouud a stream of disconsolate people coming away from the building, the result of their experiences of the festival being confined to wandering up and down the corridors, in a vain and fruitless endeavour to pierce the phalanx of humanity that crushed around, the doors leading to the galleries and to the body of the hall. However, being made of the stuff that all good Protestants are made of, w...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

fi • The 41 Handy ilan'a " a jolly fellow, h'1 Be it war or bo it peace; i And he's not the firetto bellow v. That' all fighting ought to oease. £ Although hia life's m-aauffcr eTer, « ; Against bad health he shonld ensure; V To cure all colds is our endeavour \ With the WoozNt* Gbhit PsirBBXCfr Cube.

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THE GLORIOUS TWELFTH. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

THE GLOBIOUS TWELFTH. There is a somewhat prevalent idea among ccrtain classes of the community that no neces sity any longer exists for opposition to the teachings and practices of Roman Catholicism. That this is, fortunately, not the opinion of all Protestants was amply proved on Snnday last, when the Loyal Orange Lodges met in mag nificent numbers at the Town Hall, and showed by their presence and enthusiasm that no forget fulness of the past may be expected from them. For it is in forgetfulness only that opposition to Home will cease. The aggressiveness and con tinued duplicity of the priests are the greatest hindrances to more peaceful conditions; when these have absolutely vanished it will be time for Protestantism everywhere to lay aside its armour, and not before. The event commemo rated by the meeting on Sunday was one of special significance. Practically the period of the Befoimation in Great Britain closed with the battle of the Boyne; Many people have imagined that it is...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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pBARTON, THE POPE'S GOLD MEDALLIST. To the Editor of THE WATCHMAN [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

BARTON, THE POPE'S GOLD MEDALLIST. To the Editor of The "Watchman Dear Sir,—A short time ago Australia re ceived the unsavoury intelligence that our Federal Premier had called to pay his respects to the Pope. Within the last week we have heard that the Pope has presented Mr. Barton with a gold medal. Knowing as we do that Home never gives anything without having re ceived something better, we naturally ask " What has Mr. Barton done for Rome, and what does he intend to do?" What he has done we well know, what he intends to do he well knows, bat if Edmund Barton tries any of his Romish tricks he will be hurled from oifice with scant ceremony. Too long indeed has Aus tralia tolerated Pome's machinations, but thanks to The Watchman some Protestants are livening up, and Rome in Australia must be relegated to its proper sphere. Our pseudo Protestant-Rome Minister, on his return, will find Australia a little more awake to Jesuitical "underground engineering" than on his de parture. lours,...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Stories from the Past. X. HOLLAND'S STRUGGLE FOB RELIGIOUS FREEDOM. (Continued.) (All Rights Reserved.) TREACHERY OF ALVA. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

Stories from the Past. X. HOLLAND'S STRUGGLE FOB RELIGIOUS FREEDOM. (Continued.) By C.11S.T. (All Rights Reserved.) Treachery of Alva, Thefall of Hons was a serious blow to " The I Beggais," who now found themselves deprived j _of a city, whence by its strategic position on the frontiers of France they could receive rein- I forcements from their Huguenot allies. The terms of capitulation had been apparently favorable, as Louis of Nassau had been per mitted to march out with his soldiers, and such i of the inhabitants as desired to accompany him. Of these latter there was a comparatively large number,, as, the excesses of the Spanish being well known by this time, they considered flight, te he their only means of safety. Nor were these fears in Tain',' as those left behind'were to discover. The city was evacuated on the 21st September, 1572, and three days later Alva entered at the head of his army. In brutal I violation of the terms upon which the surrender had been obtained he now ...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

Business ^©feice. Thk Watchman, a "Weekly Journal of Socia1. Political, and Religious Progress. Published every'Thursday. Office: 35 Queen Victoria Markets, ibric-etreet, Sydney. Telephone No. 2564. [Subscribers' Terms. Yearly 4a. 4d. Half-yearly .. .. 2s. 2d. Quarterly 16. Id. Hi© above terms are subject to revision if the Federal . Postage Bill comes into operation, and if so, subscribers are Irindly requested to forward the necessary postage. The Management recommend subscribers to procure The "Watchman from their Newsagents, to wljom their subecriptinm would be payable. Bat* if tinsis incon venient, $hey may apply direct to The "Watcixmajt Office. All subscriptions must be prepaid, and will be acknowledged in this column. Advertisements. Thk Watciqcan offers special facilities tor advertising, the terms ef which may be had of its canvassers, or upon application at the office. All Literary Communications to be addressed to the Editor, 9 Jamicson-street, and Business Communica te ...

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Lodge Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

Lodge Notes. The Hope ot Auburn L.O.L., No. 248, held its Sunday-service on July 6th, in-the Auburn Town Hall. Tiie indoor meeting was preceded by a procession through the main street of the i town, beaded by the Granville and Auburn Salvation Army brass bands, assisted by local players. The local Lodge was in lull force, and being strengthened by brethren from the different lodges in the district, a really good show was made. The Town Hall was packed, and all the available standing room was utilised before the meeting opened. The chair was tilled by Alderman A. G. Fathers, W.M. of *248, and he was supported on the platform by the W.M's. of the various lodges represented in the proecssion. Addresses were delivered by the Chairman, Revs. A. J. Waldock and E. Tremayne Dun stan, ai.d Staff-Captain Winter of the Salvation Army The singing was led by a combined choir from the Auburn churches, under the leadership of Mr. Clay, aud Sankey's hymns being used the whole congregation joined he...

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The Banishment of Jesuits and Monks. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

The Banishment of .Jesuits : and Monks; The following petition, signed by thousands | and tens of thousands, will be presented by the ! people of Engl&ud, Scotland, - IroLand, ..and the Colonies, to the Home Government.. Let every trae Protestant attach his name':— * ".PETITION FOE THE Banishment of Jesuits and Monks. .To the^ortHon, the ILuttiuia.orSAusuuRY, K.G.. ■ P.C.,'a«il Hi» MujwtyVHiiuKterh of State. The humble petition of the Imperial Prut^tant Fricm tiouHud tfco uuderhignodrdiewetli:— ^That by the Act of 10 (ipurge IV., rhapter 7, section it U provided that— ^3 -• j 1 •'If .any Jesuit or member of any religious ortler [that is, • Any order 01 the Church of Rome bound by monastic or religions vows j, community, or bo- | cicty, an aforesaid, shall, after .the commencement: of this Act, come into the realm, he shall be deemed and taken to be guilty of a misdemeanour, and, being thereof lawftuly convicted, shall be sentenced »ndj - -- j - Ordered to be Banished fatvOEf...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

SOUVENIR of the Great Simultaneous. Mission, Melbourne. Photos of the Missioners, and Other Illustrations. Addresses, Bible Readings, and Sermons by Dr. Torry. Hot Shots, Addresses, Bible Headings, and Sermons by Mr. Giel. Noon-cUj^ Addressee Double/Barrelled Services, etc. \ t Price la, posted Is 4d. Dr. Alexanders •* Revival Sougs," used in Dr. Torres. Mission. Price Is, Posted Is 2d. METHODIST BOOK DEPOT,. 381 GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. . NEWMAN avd EDMUNDS, ENMORE CYCLE -WORKS. 139 ENMOttE ROAD, SYDNEY. Burglar Alarms, Electric Bells, etc., fitted. Bicycles for Sale and Hire. Bicycles Built to Order on any pattern, altered, STOVE ENAMELLED and REPAIRED. Freewheels fitted to Machine*. ALWAYS DEMAND - - - "Snowwhite" Bating Powder. WANTED„ PitOTESTANT EMPLOYERS OF LABOUR rs quiring Men for any kia<i of work* should first; apply to the SECRETARY L.O.L. LABOUR ASSO, G|/VTIOK> P$0flEflT4NT HALL.-; • WAHTED,—-All thinking of Aiwuriug to know th&ix the*A.M.P. Life Off...

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Watchman CIRCULATION 12,000. SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1902. BEBELS AND THEIR DUPES. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

CIRCULATION 12,000. SATURDAY, JULY ID, 1902. . BEBELS AND THEIR DUPES. The-freedom from every kind of restraint, en joyed by all sections of the community through out, New South Wales, was never more aptly shown, ; than at the meeting which took place within Sydney's Town Hall on Monday, 7th inst.'v-The; avowed object of those who were present was to help, by sympathy and good honest coin of the realm, the efforts of Ireland to regain* for itself that Home Bule of which it was justly deprived a hundred years ago. To work an Australian audience up to the proper pitch, of enthusiasm and belief in at least the possibility of success, a eertain amount of glamour had to be contrived, and in tliis probably lay whatever of success the meeting attained. All the speakers were forced by the prevailing trend of public opinion to "profess a loyalty if they felt it not," and thus were successful in throwing dust into the eyes of those who listened to them. This is how dupes are won into the caus...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

"SEMPER which, literally EADEM translated> means SAME." this is why THE LION BRA^D Q OF CONFECTIONERY IS SO POPULAR. Q ONLY THE FINEST INGREDIENTS USED. IT IS THE GREATEST FAVOURITE WITH THE CHILDREN. ' MANUFACTURED ONLY BY James Stedman, 145 CJ£KS? st XtHUTBO.

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Our Library. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

Our Library. The latest addition to our book collection is a special souvenir number of the Southern Crow, firing a detailed and elaborate account of the imultaneous Mission in Melbourne. The souvenir is magnificently printed, and is richly illustrated with photos, of the missioners, tiie secretaries and the- correspondents, and flasli lights of the principal meetings and a host of other pictorial matter. "We thank the Wes leyan Book Depot for the book.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

A SILVER WATCH FOR NOTHING, We hereby undertake to GIVE ONE of our famous SILVER WATCHES,' listed at £2 10s (Lady's or Gentleman's) to every Man, Woman, or Child who sends us the Correct Reading of the following puzzle:— | A WTCHM'N "S A. N'C'SSTY. j The only condition is that if your answer is correct you purchase one of our Solid Sterling Silver Chains to wear with the Watch. SEND NO MONEY, simply forward your answer, und enclose stamp and addressed envelope (2d), so that we may inform you if you have won the watch. There is no necessity to cut out this advertisement. We are making this offer solely with the object of introducing and advertising our goods. Address; ~«THE MANAGER, THEJENGLISH WATCHJCO., P.O. CHAMBERS PITT STREET, SYDNEY

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Editorial Notice. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

Editorial Notice. Owiug to our space being so crowded upon with accounts of the 12th of July celebrations, we have been compelled to hold over " Woman's Column," "What Christian Endeavour :is Doing," ."News in a Nutshell," "The Violet Mount recital," the Cyclorama notice, and several L.O.L. and A.P.D.A. reports, until next issue. . •

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

Ih Marriage a Failure, or no ?' To answer is nobody's place, Only time and experience will.nhow In each individual case. What's worse than a very bad cold ? Nothing; we feel pretty sure— The bent thing to take we are told Ih Woods' Gueat Pepmsbmint Cube. NOTICE. MEMBERS of the Australian Protestant Defenoe Association who have ordered Thb W«ttttviw) through the News Agents we ask them kindly- to pus tfri« specimen copy on to their next door neighbour*' Don't fail to do this. " Nothing succeeds like Success." ihe Largest Bread Business South of the Equator "WILLIAM WKIO®" REDFE7W. Branch Factory: Eiiskixeville Road, Newtow.w Telephone lOTOjCoutmL Telephone, 3fi7, Newtovo.

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Mrs. Shepherd's Lectures. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

Mrs. Shepherd's Lectures. Mrs. Shepherd lias been lecturing during the week to crowded houses at Newcastle. Her second Sydney campaign will erentuate again at the Protestant Hall. On Tuesday and Friday afternoons, July 17th and 18th, slie will lecture to ladies only, her subjects being, " The victims of the Priesthood" The veil lifted" My conversion and why I left the Nunnery," etc., etc. On the evening of Thurs day «he will lecture to gentleman only,. on " Private life in a Nunnery, and reasons why priests should marry.1* Ladies and gentlemen will bo admitted to her lecture on Friday night, when " Secret instruction of Jesuits on lying, stealing, and morality," will form the subject Her suburbau dates are, Parramatta ou the "Jiind, Aslifield on the 2«rd, and Bal mnin on the 24th.J

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