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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 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 housed in a style of magnificence and conv enience hitherto unknown in Aus tralia. In building the new store the question of light has Keen given special prominence, with the result that the glorious light of day shines into every corner. This is one of the signs of the Phoenix rising from the ashes of the Great Fire of July, 1901. More will follow. flnifiong floriern & Sons, iinimrsai pmuMms, HAYMARKET (ONLY), SYDNEY. **"

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News of the Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

News of the Churches. The eighth anniversary of the pastorate of Bev. E. Tremayne Dunstan was celebrated in Pitt-street Congregational Church, on Sunday last, 13th instant. The church was most taste fully decorated with palms and flowers, iu honour of the occasion. The Rev. 0. J. Pres eott, M.A., was the morning preacher, and; • despite the1 inclement weather, had a good con* gregation, who listened with pleasure aud proiit tb his discourse. Mr. Dunstan preached at night to a large and appreciative audience, wh "v proved by their presence on such a wot night how popular the Pitt-street pastor is. It is doubtful if Mr. Dunstan has often been heard to greater advantage than in the subject chosen, " Eiishu—-A Character Sketch.'' The music, by the well-trained choir, under Mr. * Walter Colver, rendered several anthems in first-class style. A pleasing. feature of the ovening service was a solosimg by Mr. Phihp Newbury, whose sympathetic liquid toucs penetrated to nil parts of the buildin...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

CAXNOT SLEEP. When you cannot sluep for coughing-, it is hardly Dooebgary, thai-anyanushould tslLyou.thiu.you Jiooi a few doaen of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to allay the irritation of the throat, and make deep potuuble. It always cure*, and ciins quickly. 1/6. ;.Og^B •_ 'r

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CHURCH CHOIRS. To the Editor of THE WATCHMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

chukch choirs. To the Editor of The Watchhax. Sir,—I have read with interest the articles you have at various times published on Church Choirs and their work. Having had a close connection with this department for several years, and in several places, I have had ex perience which I should like to see in print, and X therefore place them before you for ap proval. The choir with which I propose 10 deal consisted at first of one lady with a mag nificent soprano voice, and who acted as organ ist at the same time. Many people attended the service, I believe, just to hear her voice. Then there arrived in the district some families of the same denomination, the younger members of which were strong both numerically and musically; moreover they were all active church workers. Quickly they took bold of the musical arrangements, invited all their gifted friends to assist, and in less than three months had organised a choir that began to attract attention. The lady mentioned above was induced t...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Loyal Orange Lodge Celebations. UNITED SERVICE AT BALMAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

Loyal Orange Lodge Celebations. UNITED SERVICE AT BALMAIN. The Annual United Religious Service under auspices of the L.O.L. No. 33 and 176, was held in the Balmain Town Hall last Sunday week. There was a crowded attendance, maily being unable to gain admission. Bro. Marcus/Giice, s R.W.D.G.M., presided, in the absence of Bro. John Wheeler, R.W.G.M. Included amongst those who occupied seats-on the platform were Brs. W. H. Wilks, M.P., S. J. Law, ILL.A., Aldermen Harry Cox (Mayor of Balmain), H. B. Swan, A. G. Crump, G. E. Young, G. C. Murdoch, Dr. "\V. M. Dill Macky (Grand Chaplain) A. J. S. Gilchrist (Grand Secretary), Phillips (W.M , Helensburg Lodge), S. Collins (W.M., No. 14), S "Withers (W.M., No. 4), W. Date (W.M., No. 176), T. Pattinson (W.M., No. 33), Rev. H. Gainford (Balmain Congregational Church), and others. The service was commeuced, by singing the hymn " Onward, Christian Soldiers," prayer and scripture lessou by the Rev. Henry Gain* ford, and the anthem "The Heavens ar...

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BIBLE IGNORANCE. To the Editor of the WATCHMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

BIBLE IGNORANCE. To the Editor of the Watchman. Sib,—Regarding the Education Act and its working, as mentioned by .."Amicus" in a recent issue, " Why "is it so few of our ministers avail themselves of its provisions and give instruction each week?" It is quite the exception to find religious instruction giveu in a systematic way, and as u rule the ministers whom we would expect to be the more zealous are the most lax, viz., the Nonconformist, rep resenting as they do churches which have long and nobly fought for religious freedom. The Church of England is, as a rule, more active. I know of Public-schools which have not been visited for this purpose onc9 in a year, and I am also acquainted with a number of ministers who do this work iu a spasmodic>manner. It seems to me too much time is spent over deno minationalism, and these seemingly minor matters are neglected. When a man builds a house, the foundation is the first concern; but our spiritual leaders seem to start at the top an...

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Our Legal Column. APPLICATION TO ACCOMPANY ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

Our Legal Column. APPLICATION TO ACCOMPANY ENQUIRY. To "Lex," "Watchman" Office, 35 Market Boildingv, York-street, Sydney. Please answer in " The Watchman " the annexed question. Reply to lx> addressed to Enmore.—There will be no duty unless your estate is worth over £1000 net. If your estate is worth more than £1000 (but not more than £5000) the duty will be £1 per cent. "L.O."—If you bought the bicycle new, the seller who guaranteed it for 12 months, cannot ■charge for repairs required within that owing to bad material or faulty construction. But if you have had repairs done by anyone except the person you bought the machine from, you must pay for the repairs.

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The Protestant Watchtower. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

The Protestant Watelitower. "Stuffing" Mr. Holman, M.P.— Mr. Qolman's pro-Boer zeal outruns discre tion and voracity, as the Vice-President of tlie Plasterer's Union intimates in a letter to the priests' paper. "Holy Church" and Mr. Holman have their teeth set on edge I>y tli£ Telegraph," probably because" of its genuine patriotism; and it would seem that one of " the faithful" loaded the legislative smooth bore up to the muzzle with " a fabrication" against the "Telegraph," which Mr. Holman discharged with considerable noise. The recoil, however, has "downed" him, while no one else is hurt. Next time the pro-Boer "great gun" had better examine what they load him with, and not be again told in a public print that part of his address is " simply a concocted untruth." And this before the poor chap had recovered from tho bitter disap pointment of his pro-Boer "petitions," which served all manner of uses in a humble wayf except as ho wanted. « # # Newspaper Mendacity.*— The 2>ries...

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An Open Letter. TO N. C. LOCKYER, Esq.. COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS FOE K.S. WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

Aii Open Letter. TO N. C. LOCKYER, Esu.. COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS FOE K.S. WALKS. I Sir,—It is generally believed tliut you are a Protestant gentleman of high character, who I would not willingly wrong the humblest officer I under your control, which makes the state of I things in your department all the more remark able. It is all very well to deprecate the raising of I the " sectarian cry," but upon whom should i the blame fall? Upon those who raise it, or upon those whose nefarious acts compel its raising ? I When loyal Protestants are victimised in i position and pocket by the crooked pi*oceedings of Romanists, can they be blamed if public attention is called to the matter ? There are many things in a large department i like your own, to which the head is not dis posed to give much personal attention, but un fortunately when these thing* are delegated to | others, abuses sometimes creep in. You may not be aware of the existence of a sort of secret society in the Custom House, the ob...

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Personal and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

Personal and Otherwise. Mr. C. E. Ardill, director of ilie Sydney Rescue AYork Society, reports that during the week ended July otli, 1002, there were supplied at the Home of Hope, Stanley-street, Newtown, 131G meals and 440 beds to women, while 141 beds were provided for children with their parents. At the Open All Night Kefnge, 40;i S ussex street, 231 beds and 730 meals were supplied to women, and 110 beds to children. There are at present 31 boys and girls at Our Children's Homes, Liverpool; 15 boys at tlie Boy's Home, Camden, and 27 infants and voung children at the Babies Home, •' Alber marle" Albemiarle and Wellington-streets, Newtown. '• Oh Listen to the Band is perhaps rather tiring, says a writer in that smart and eminently readable paper, Sydney Monthly A. A. All the bands are playing it at our street corners. Music is to be employed as an aid to the cure of disease. Givat tact and Judgment will "housed in selecting the music. I have hoard that the ** Pilgrim's Chorus," f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

INDICATION OF CROUP. IIourMiiess in a e liild that is subjcct to '™'P k u sure indu-aticra of flic appruacli of tljudist'aM'. If Clmmbqr Iniw'w Cough Bemedy .is given u* K*m «- the c-mld. Ixxxiuies lioarno. or even after the eroupv coujrh lia* sippwired, it will prevent the attark. ' It luwnvs <-ures, Ana cure* quickly. 1/(1.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

Beautiful PiGtures n H*ll Half-tones printed ou Art I'Ut-or, -worth framing, including thfl moat beautiful actress on the Austral ian stage, Unco Valotta as in three colon (iSxlO),as In.twooolors (18x10)} Judging Day at Sydney Show <24 z 10): the Town Hall; Sydney; General Post Office, Sydney i the Sydney Hospital; the State Secretary's Office; the Sydney Custom House j-the Bojal Exchange (all 12 x 10). also Shipping, Coal Mining, and Pastoral Sceae3. Thfl pictures are equal bo the best English and American pnnU. 41 The Stats Pictorial" is Ulustratire aud descriptive' of erery phase of life. Post free Hit. PuBtisstso Cot. Lrsn rnicT, SiDsrt. I CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY Loosens the cough, relioves the lungs, and opens the socr^taona. It counteracts any tendency of al»doold' to result in pneumonia. It ib unequalled for hod oolds i Jt olwayn cure*, and curw quickly. -1/6. MISS MUIR, (Sj'dner College and London College. Advanced Senior Honof Certificates*:) 1' j Teacher of; ...

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DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

DAIRY PRODUCE. Bcttkb—Creamery, 1/5 per lb. Pasteurised 1/51, per lb. Factory, 1/4 to l/4i. Dairy, 1/2' 1/,'U. Pastxy, \f- 1/1. Ba.qoi7—Sidw: McLean'H, /Hi, Manning's /8 b /81 wr lb Middles, fBl, Flitches, /7|, /H. Shoulder*, /6. to Gi Cbbsss—N.S.W., loaf, /8, K,}, per lb. .Medium sire, (6. Victorian, /8, 81. . NJ5. /«;, /8^. " ; Boas—Southern, 1/ci, 1/74 per doz, • Chinese, 1/4 .Northern, 1/5, 1/C. . , New laid, 1/9, 1/10-.1 . ","y Adelaide, 1/4, 1/5. 'Victorian, 1/5, 15i. •_ ' ; . '1 rA«n—Bladder, /9. American Balk, 7-*> /B. ." '■ 7 • fftvn—Scarce. N. S. W. /9|, /10j per lb.; ligiit weight, /10.J _ "N.z., /9, /9jf /io. ' Poultby—Fowls : Hans, 2/9, 3/-; prime 3/'»,3/6 ,, Roosters, 2/i>, 3/4; prime, 3/8, 5/6. Ducks i!/G, 3/-, prime 3/U, 4/10. Geese, 4/-, 5/0. Turkey bnn^ 4/-, 5/3, prime 5/G, G/C. „ ooclcs, 6/- 10/-» prime, 12/-. 14/ - FARM PRODUCE. Maize—Prime 4/10 per bushel. Northern,"'4/9, 4/10. Other ftorttt, 4/8, 4/9 Chaff—Local prime, 5/15/-, G/2/CJ j>er ton. 0/5/-, t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

By Special Request THREE PRIVATE LECTURES ONK PUBLIC Protestant Hall, Castlereagk St. Tfyirsdag ^fiBrqoao $ Eveiiiqg [ July Friaajj jfflerqoon $ Euening ) 171b aqd IBih. PRIVATE LECTURES. Thursday & Friday Afterqoons, July 17 & 18 LADIIiS ONLY. 2.:iu. SuldeeU . •• The Victims of the Priesthood, The Veil Lifted. 11/ Conrriwion and Wliy I Left tlir Nunnery,*' &c. &c. &PKOIAL PBIYATE LECTUBE TO GENTLEMEN ONLY, Thursday Nig^t, July 17, at 8. Sutyic t "Private Life in a Nunnery, and Reasons Why , PricsU Should Harry/' Friday Night, July 18, 8 o'clock. TO BOTH LADIES xsv OENTLKHEN •• Secret Invtmetian vf Jeaulta on Lying. Stralic£ and Morality." NOTE—-Mrs-Shepherd's Lectures In Sydney haye been (he talk of the city. Crowded houses; Great enthusiasm. K« lAembcr, only JLadies udimHed in Afternoon-, Gen tlm .m only limrftilay Kii&t, boUi Ladiiw and Goitlciuen Jfrilay Night. Mrs. Shepherd'* book*, "My Life in tho Convwrf," *nii "Secret ConfeNtio...

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Commercial. The Watchman Office, Wednesday Evening. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

Commercial. The Watchman Office, Wednesday Evening. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. Doc to continued unsettled weather, only limited enquiry was made for various sorts of • fodder, country clients preferring to Jiang off, pending results of rain. Largo sliipments of OlmfT still arriving from Victoria and South Australia have depressed the market considerably, holders with few ex ceptions holding out for present prices. Quan tities of local Chaff arriving at Redfcru show slight increase, at about late quotations. Maize market firm with short supply, some sellers advancing price la per bushel; Bran and Pollard scarce at slightly firmer rates; sales of Lucerne very dull, only hand to mouth quanti ties boing cleared at reduced prices; Oaten Hay still in fair request at late quotations; Onions in good request; Potatoes weaker, large accumulated stocks still available. With increased demand for Straw, higher prices are being obtained; prime Chickwheat scarce. Dairy Produce. Owing to extreme rough...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

PNEUMONIA IS DANGEROUS. The timo to euro it in whim it is merely a " bad cold." Chamberlain's Cough Remedy iis highly recommended by the leading physicians for this malady. It always cures, and cure* quickly. 1/6. A. T. PATTERSON, 245 KING-STBEET, NEWTOWN, The Old Established . SlatiDDBry, Bon'useiliiig and Fancy Cooil8 Depol Windsor and Newton's Artist's Materials • 4 . FOR CHEAP BOOKS gototiw ; NEWTOWN BOOK ARCADE. BOOKS a>d MUSIC Bought in any Quautity-and called for anywhere. Highest Prices given. THOMAS <£ CO/; imu* j-jrmr, >n.vr cnya,,, FEDERAL AGENCY, -o hunter-street, A Select Protestant Institute ■ • * TOE OOVEUNKS-SES AXD DOMESTIC SKIHUNTS. also APARTMENTS Agcncy . Telephone 3507. A Scotch fanner was commissioned to buy a certain song, so ho went into a inusiu saloon and asked for tho song. " In what koy would you like it?" politely inquired the assistant. MI—I couldna say." u Would you like; it in a high or a low koy ?" "I dinnu ken, hut," and lio raised ...

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ANNANDALE BRANCH, NO. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

ANNANDALE BRANCH, NO. 14. This branch of the Protestant Defence 'Asso ciation met on Thursday, 10th instant, at the Council Chambers. It had been decided to rive a musical entertainment; but, owing to •the death of one of it« members, this had to be ■postponed. By special request, Mr. -Turner (. doliverod liis lecture on Henry of Navorrvas / given above, and on its conclusion was accorded a lxcarty vote of thanks.

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Protestant Defence Association. SCOTS' CHUECH BRANCH (No. 1). MR. TURNER'S LECTURE ON "HENRY OF NAVARRE." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

Protestant Defence Asso ciation. SCOTS' CHUECH BRANCH (So. 1). Mil. TniNEii's Lectciie o.v •'HENRY OF NAVARRE." On Monday evening, 8tli inst., at Scots Church, Mr. C. E. Turner gave an interesting lecture on Henry of Navarre and the Hnguenots of France. He commenced by referring to the efforts still being made by the Roman Catholic hierarchy to win back for the Pope the temporal power lost to Holy Church in 1870, and showed how necessary it was for Protestants to under stand what this temporal power meant. When Home was at the zenith of its arrogant position it claimed the right to interfere in the internal polities of every country, and authorised the persecution of every foim of religion other thau its own. Especially was this the case iu France, where a large number of Reformers and converts had arisen who were known as Huguenots. Henry of Navarre was their principal leader, and under him the Huguenots fought and bled in countless fields, winning victories with inferior forces ag...

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The Press Gang. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

The Press Gang. In that journal tlmt claims to b«* the leading Catliolic paper of Australia, we have a sturdy and consistent, if unwilling upholder of the Protestant faith in this country; though whether this is attributable to the saving grace ofits orange cover, or to mental and physical con I fusion, it would be hard to say. The Church of Rome avoids publicity. It does not seek the light, and its motives are not proclaimed on the house-tops; but the ''Catholic Press" gang in this city has adopted an airy and even brutal frankness that makes further concealment quite unncessary. Its shillolah is waved de fiantly at its opponents, and side by side with ridiculous and childish anecdotes of reputed saints, imaginary miracles, and other recrea tions of «» credulous nursery, it appeals to the lowest passions of human nature. All sensible people regret war, and as a corollary desire peace is desirable. But peace does not suit the Church of Rome. She sits throned mid the seven hills the ...

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BALMAIN BRANCH (No.7) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

BALMAIN BRANCH (No. The annual meeting of tlio above branulu Adjourned on July 1st, was held in tlio Congre gational School Hall on Tuesday, July 8tli. Owing to the inclemency of the weather, there were only about 70 members present. The President, the Rev. Henry tainford, occupied the chair, and opened the meeting by prayer. | The Secretary read the annual report, which had been duly audited and found correct, and was unanimously adopted. The election of officers then took place, with the following results:—President: The Rev. Hemy Gainford, unopposed. Yice-Presidents: The Rev. C. T. Newman and Alderman Henry Cox, Mayor of Balmain. Secretary: Mr. E Beard. Treasurer: Mr. D. McLean. Com mitter : Messrs. S. .Withers, T. Boyd, A. McAndivw, R. Hodge, X. Allnrdiee, W. H. Mitchell, K. Shelton, J. Blake, W. Wnme, J. H. Evans, J. B. Swan, and J. Dunstan. Audi tors : Messrs, S. Withers nud A. MoAndrew. Representative to Council: Mr. D. McLean. Door Keeper: Mr. W. GniJjam. A vote of thanks to...

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