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LIST OF THOSE WHO SENT LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

LIST OF THOSE "WHO SENT LETTERS. Edith Stein, Caryl M. Coite*. Ethel Stewart, Olive Owens, Gertrude Pickering, Louise Addison, May Barr, Ruby Dean, Dora Steven, Elsie "Wooler, Pearle Croydon, Edward L. Dermody, Sarah lloblnson, Olive McLean. Robert "Watt. "Loch Cremti," Henrietta-fit., "Waverley, njnj'02. Dear Auntie,— I have just turued 13, Up the country father's fnend< cannot get the "Watchman, ho he sends it to them. I belong to the Junior Christian Endeavour. I lutvi* a pet dog and pet canaiy. This is all I have to muv. I Wihhiiitf the paper even* Mictsess, Maggie Kennedy. 6'{ George-street, Bedferu, 7/7/'0:>. Dear Auntie,— This is lay second letter to you. I am going to tell you thut while reading my Bible on the Sabbath da3* I read where Samuel called unto the Lord to send thunder and rain. It just came into my mind when I read it if God would send rain to-day how many thousand poor cattle it would save from dying of hunger and tliirst. 1 renin in, your laying i...

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Our Little Folks. RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

Our Little Folks. [Conducted by "Auntie.""] RULES. 1. Writers must be between the ages of six and fifteen, and must state their ages when writing. 2. "Writers to " Auntie" must write on one Bide of the paper only. 3. Letters may be upon any subject of interest to the writer—abort stories, account** of their amusements and recreations, reading, favourite toyn, etc. 4. Letters must be original, written and composed by tile children themselves. o. Address all letters to "Auntie," e/o. "Watch man " Office. 35 Queen Victoria Markets. York-street. My Dear Young Folk,— The prize for the essay on the "Life of Samuel" has been awarded to Hamilton Whit- : ford. Three girls, Olive Owens, Gertrude i Pickering, and Louisa Addison, sent in three essays later than the date specified, so their work could not bo examined for the prize. One of my nephews wrote some time ago telling me that he had tried so many times to win a prize and had failed so often that he found it very | hard to be always tryi...

Publication Title: Watchman
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AUSTRALIAN PROTESTANT DEFENCE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

AUSTRALIAN PROTESTANT DEFENCE ASSOCIATION. Branches duly numbered according to date, of formation— 1. Scots Church (central). ?. Waverley. 3. Chippendale. 4. Lower Botany. 5. Leichhardt. : . .. y 6. Newtown. . : ...... 7. Balmain. 8. Dalwich Hill. 9. Picton. V' 10. Newcastle. ■ . 11. Parramatta. 12. Ashfield. 13. Granville. \4. Annandale. *

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

Mrs. Shepherd's Lectures. (By Tiiibcxe.1 CATHOLIC EDUCATION. I One of tli© best of the series of Mrs. I Shepherd's lectures was delivered before a 'large audience in the Protestant Hall on IYi I day night last. It was based on the question, I "Does confession to the Priest and Roman ' Catholic School Education make good British subjects." The lecturess said Dr. Kelly was responsible for the ferment engendered in the minds of the people of this State by putting forward a claim for State funds for the purpose of giving xecular instruction to Roman Catholic children. The indefensibleness of this claim was forcibly pointed out, inasmuch as the State had out grown denominationalism in regard to educa tion, and the system now in vogue for giving religious instruction was the essence of fairness to all creeds. The children belonged to the State that governed them, therefore it was the duty of the State to see that they were suffi ciently educated to become good, law-abiding citizens. Unles...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

A. CAMERON, Bootmaker and Repairer 159A ENMORE ROAD, ENMORE. Motto: Civility and Sati>faction. ROBBIE St ROSE, ™»*TERS and DECORATORS. A. ROBBIE, M. ROSE, 8 Jlacairiey-fctrevt. ?"> Demwm-strvct, LEICHHARDT. WOOLAHItA. J. S. OLDHAM, , The People's Grocer, 192 King-st., NEWTOWN. Wholesale and Retail Grocer. ORDERS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED. Chelmsford School, 2 STHNJBIORE ROHD. Miss A. STICKLEY, Principal. Vocal and Instrumental HuMo thoroughly taught^ Pupils prepared for all Exams A D UAIfC lLaU- <'f Ur. McGratli) A. Us bIAIVC SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER, 337 SUSSEX ST., SYDNEY. Repairs Strongly and Neatly Done at. Lowest Prices. Globe Studios, Tram Terminus, ENMORE. Bromide Enlarging-. Picture Framing.' Operators sent to any part. Establislu-d 3883. Tel. X. It ik mi»t important wlit-n a prescription ik given by a medical man (and to get the full benefit of his skill) to havo it prepared by a fully experienced Chcmift. Be wise, and bring them to WILLIAM WITHERS, Fa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

'/s DOZEN SILVER SPOONS FOR NOTHING. Darin* the last twalfe mootk* wo have given away free thousand* of oar faaoas Mrer Waiaha* tad have in oar poeaaasion aa unlimited n amber of uuwlidtod testimonials from all parta o( ill Irdta, aokaowUdging the wonderful **lae of the t., Thi« presentation wateh baring adrertiatd ' fcba Watcb Department ofoerbasiaees to such a wonderful extent; waharsdaddsd to give iirar lor nothing ttaJf-a«I>ozen of our famous Indian ^Silver Tea Spaoas (which wear Ilka soud sUrer throughout) to ararr purebnaer of a Spectal Una that wa ara now affarisf. consistiac of aa Electro-plated Picfcls Fore and Jam Spoon at 7*. 64. Theee articles ars fit for any taila.\ This . offer iantada only ©noonditioo that you show the siphons to your friends. It la a StartUnr'Offar sad yon will he n»-re than satialied. if not return the goot'a and we will return yoar oaaey. f ni lar av tadftt af Testtaieniale bb4 yoa will be aarpristd. The London Watch Co., Central Arcade, George ...

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HOME RULE. (To the Editor of "The Watchman." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 July 1902

HOME EULE. (To the Editor of " Tlio Watchman." Sir,—The Home Rule movement in New South Wales, initiated recently, was advanced an additional stage last evening, I would at tlie outset compliment all the speakers upon the almost total absence of any traitorous and disloyal speeches. But unfortunately tlio paramount, though subdued, feelings of the Irish wore unmistak ably manifested in the reception meted out to the following names when mentionod.:— On the naming of tlie traitorous, disloyal, pro-Boors, Morley, Boyce, and Campbell Bannorman, tumultuous cheers filled the Town Hall. "YVnen Chamberlain (the ablest Eng lishman of to-day) and Rosebery (England's gifted Liberal) were mentioned, ominous groans, and hoots, and hisses came from all sides. Apart from these unpleasing manifesta tions of disloyalty, the only thing in the meeting to complain of was the wrong conclu sions which the speakers drew on considering the condition of Ireland. Most of the eloquent gentlemen who aired the...

Publication Title: Watchman
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The Gathering of the Clans. MONSTER MEETING of THE BRANCHES OF THE AUSTRALIAN PROTESTANT DEFENCE ASSOCIATION — WILL BE HELD ON —24th JULY AT THE PROTESTANT HALL. RALLY BOUND THE FLAG. ROLL UP, PROTESTANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

The Gathering of the Clans. MONSTER MEETING of THE BRANCHES OF THE AUSTRALIAN PROTESTANT DEFENCE ASSOCIATION WILL be held ox— 24th JULY AT THE PROTESTANT HALL. RALLY BOUND THE FLAG. "BOLL UP, PROTESTANTS. The Jinnual meeting to he held in the Protestant Hall, Castlereagh-street, on July 24th, promises to be an immense success. The names of the speakers alone should secure a crowded attendance. Professor Harper on the education question will speak as an expert on his theme, and his utterances cannot bo heard without an acknowledgment of the weight of his authority The subject which falls to the lot of the Rev. Henry Gainford, " The Equit able Distribution of Employment in the Public Service," is one which, and with good reason, is exciting at the present time considerable interest in the community. The Rev. F. C. Borer's subject," Municipal and Parliamentary Representation," or in other words, the neces sity of organising the Protestant vote, is one which is exciting not only interes...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

TEAS COFFEES COCOAS Baking Powder . SNAL. 534 George-street, Opposite Town Hall, SYDNEY. g (j Proprietary iftnitfld.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

CLIFTON'S LILYWHITE STARCH. FREE FF(0IV| ALL ADULTERATION

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

J. S. TOWNSEND, WHOLESALE FRUITERER, Commission Agent and Direct Importer, BELMOBE MAHKETS, SYDNEY. Fresh Consignments Dally. Country Orders a Speciality ALLEGE SYDNEY. ■ REVXT.FORSClfn.BA Principal. • HIGH-CLASS BOARDING SCHOOL FOA BOYS. The College is charmingly situated in its own park grounds of 13 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 sab }eetstlaiindry, mend ing, etc. Established ten years. Prospee tus on application to the Principal. Tele phone, 49 fR.

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Woman's Column. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

Woman's Column. My Deak Doucak,— During your sojourn among us have you ever visited our Blue Mountains ? If not, take my advice and do so when the weather per mits, aiid be sure iirst of all to select a house where the surroundings are beautiful and only girls are boarders, adding lustre by their sweet presence to domains 4 4 Where every prospect pleases, And only man is vile." % * % Perhaps when strolling around some of our city streets with a friend from other lands we are a little backward in proclaiming our nationality, but when on the Mountains we rise in the morning, and see pearls scattered broadcast oyer the land, and in the dusk of the evening when the glow worms appear with their diamonds and opals flashing in eveiy crevice and corner, drawing us forcibly back to the scenes in " The Arabian Nights," then we exclaim with mighty emphasis, "This is my own, my native land." * * # Dress either for the street, the home, or the ball-room always holds a fascination for the feminin...

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News of the Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

News of the Churches. The Rev. T. «T. Oartis will hold a special senico to-morrow evening at St. Luke's Pres byterian Church, Redfern, his theme being, ii The Shepherd-streeet Police Tragedy/' The annual meeting; of the Sydney Rescue Work Society will he held in the Centenary Hall, " Tork-street, ou Friday, .Tuly 25, at 8 p.m. His Excellency the Governor will pre side, arid amoug the speakers are Sir John See, K.C.M.G., Mr. Bruce Smith, M.H.R., Bev. T. Boseby, L.L.I)., and the Yen. Arch deacon Langley. Mr. S. E. Ardill, the director of this laudable society, informs us that sub scribers and friends are cordially invited to Friday's night gathering. In Chalmers1 Presbyterian Church last Sun day evening the Be v. A. S. C. James delivered the sixth and last of a series of discourses on important public questions. This discourse was on the question " Is there a Hell ?" The public interest in these discourses lias increased from the . commencement. Chairs and forms were placed in the ais...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

Old Age Pensions in this laud Have proved a marked success, They give tie old ft helping hand, Aiid keep them from distress. There's only just one oiher thing That's needful to ensure Sound lungs, that we the praise can ring Of Woox>s* Gheat Pepper mtxt Cuss.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

\ Our Way of Doing Things is somewhat different to other methods employed in the milk businefs. Jiny thing resembling milk may suit some, but the discriminating majority need only THE BEST. The greatest care, and the exercise of the keenest intelligence and most prudent judgment, are incorr porated in our Milk "Department. & OUR MILK. SHOULD BE USED IM EVERY HOME, for reasons stated In our "Booklet, Please ask for one. ^ <0 She N.S.W. Fresh Food Ice Co. Ltd., Sydney 4

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

IP NEGLECTED Whooping oouxb leads to more serious diseases. Ch&mberl&in'ti Cougrh Remedy will keep the oough loose, allay the irritation, and counteract any tendency towards pneumonia, It always core*, and cores quickly. 1/6.

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The L.O.L. Concert. STIRRING SPEECHES BY THE GRANDMASTER AND MR. T. JESSEP, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

The L.O.L. Concert. STIRRING SPEECHES BY THE GRAND MASTER AND MR. T. JESSEP, M.L.A. (By Our Special.} lu continuation of the Twelfth of July celebrations, a colossal concert was held in the Town Hall, on the evening of Jul}' 16th, a great audience assembling. The chair was taken by the Grand Master, Bro. John Wheeler, who, accompanied by the Rev, W. Dill Macky, advanced to the platform through a procession of Grand Lodge officers, while the air was rent with " Kentish fire." The National Anthem was sung by the huge gathering, led by a choir and orchestra of 400 picked performers, under the conductorship of Mr. Edwin Lane. Bro. Wheeler, R.W.G.M., in a spirited address, said that there were no more loyal subjects than Orangemen, who were ever ready to support their King and defend their country. (Cheers.) They existed for the purpose of resisting the ascendancy of the Roman Catholic Church. They claimed as British subjects the right of free criticism, and he as the mouthpiece of Orang...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

For Good Value in Drapery .. TRY .. Edward tjorder^s. Season's Novelties Now Opening. White for Piuces a>t S/ocles. CLOJ'HING and JUSiTS MERCERY Our Specialty. EDWARD HORDERN, 666 and 668 GEORGE STREET (Brickfield Hill). Funeral Director, 116 Oxford Strut. (Head Office). Tel. 992. *8 & ^3 765 Queen'. Crosi, .tNS* - .. . . Op.ChnstChci Darlmghurrt <, "V Tel_ 993. Telephone 23 v * vAr 61 Oxford Street, Edgeclifie. />V ' Paddingtor. jA" Randwick, n'r EoyalHotel Y IJockdale, Opp. Static (Tel. 6 Kogarah). State and Reform Funerals Furnished in a most respectable manner, and on most reasonable terms. Drunkenness or the Liquor Habit, Inebriaiy, and Alcoholism in any form CURED BY EuCRASY. Can be given secretly or otherwise. Placed in a cup of tea, coffee, or in food, ita presence cannot be noted. WARRANTED PERFECTLY HARM LESS and easy to administer. It operates w quietly and with such certainty that the patient undergoes no inconvenience, and ere lie is aware his o...

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THE Watchman CIRCULATION 13,000. SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1902. BRAVO TAREE! THE INDEX EXPURGATORIUS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

CIRCULATION 13,000. SATURDAY, JTTLY 20, 1902. BRAVO TAREE!! r~=~*^ The Index Expdbqatobujs in New South "Wales. f There has lately appeared in a certain por- ! tion of the Sydney press a letter from a Roman Catholic, who claims that his church has ever been the friend of liberty, and that it is only ignorance and bigotry which ascribes to it con duct of an opposite character. Unfortunately for his somewhat unique theory, there also appeared in the same paper a report from Taree stating that the Rev. P. J. O'Regan (R.C.) had asked the committee of the School of Arts in that town to exclude "The Watchman," as: well as certain books which were antagonistic ! to Roman Catholicism. To the honour of the committee, and the town of Taree, this request was refused. It will be remembered that a gimilnr incident happened at Kioma, where a priest tried to pass a resolution excluding " The Purple Kobe " from the library, only, however, to meet with the same defeat. In addition to this, it is not...

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Protestant Defence Association. ASHFIELD BRANCH, (No. 12.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

Protestant Defence Asso ciation. ASHFIELD BRANCH, (No. 12.) The annual meeting was held in the Ashfield Hall on July 4th, 1902, Stewart Frazer, J.P., President, in the chair. The President opened the meeting with prayer, after which a con siderable amount of the business was transacted.' The secretary's report, showing 75 financial members, was submitted and adopted, also the treasurer's report. Monthly meetiugs will be held on the first Friday in each month in the Ashfield HalL Th#» election of officers resulted as follows:— President. Stewart Frazer, J.P.; Vice-Pre sidents, Messrs. J. C. Storie and J. Stock; Treasurer, Mr. J. W, Hopkins; Hon Sec retary, Mr. Thomas Dean; Committee, Mes dames Frazer, J. W. Hopkins, Dean, Lee, Lillicrap, Fehrnback, and Messrs. A. Bryant, Cunningham, It. C. Brown, F. Irvine, It. Laing, H. Webber; Auditors, Messrs. R. C. Brown and It. Laing.

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