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MEETING AT AUBUBN. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

MEETING AT AUBUBN. A public meeting was held in the Town Hall, Auburn, on Tuesday evening, July 15, for the purpose of forming a branch of the A.P.D.A. In spite of the unfavourable weather there was a very good attendance. The Rev. J. A. Cawdell occupied the chair. Apologies for non-attendance were received from the Rev. J. Nairn, John Penman, and A. J. "NValdock, and letters of congratulation from the branches at Granville and Parra matta. Starring addresses were delivered by the Chairman and the Revs. Dr. Dill Macky, J. Worboys, aud H. Gainford, all of whom e«i2>hasised the necessity for united action by Protestants. Dr. Dill Macky explained at leugth the aims and objects of the Association. Mr. A. M. Mitchell moved "That in the opinion ot this meeting a branch of the Aus tralian Protestant Defence Association should be formed in Auburn." The resolution was seconded by Mr. P. Watte, supported by Mr. J. P. Burrows, and carried. A provisional chairman and secretary were appointed...

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DULWICH HILL (No. 8.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

DUIAVICH HILL (Ko. 8.) The first uunual meeting of the above was held in the Athemcum Hull, Dulwich Hill, on Tuesday evening, July 8th. The President, Alderman J. P. Josephson, occupied the chair. The objects of the Association were read out to an audience of about 300. The annual report was read and adopted. This showed that the branch was opened, on 15th October, 1901, with 54 members, and the number had increas ed to 131. The Revs. W. H. Beale, W. Motley, A. E. Colvin, and G. James, were on the platform, and addressed the meeting on the increasing need of combination to carry out the objects of the constitution. The officers elected for the coming year are as follows:—President, Alderman J. P.Joseph son ; Vice-Presidents, Messrs. R. Wallace and T. J. Hoslrins; Hon. Treasurer.Mr. J. Young; Hon. Secretary, Mr. R. J. Ferguson; Com mittee, Messrs. A. Gilchrist, W. Goodwin, C. Forsyth, D. Fraser, G. Hayden, G. Kirkland, J. Laverack, J. Steel, A. Venables, Alderman J. Hardy, and Miss R...

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The Orange Demonstration at Newcastle. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

The Orange Demonstration at Newcastle. On Sunday, the 13th Juh, the members of No. 4 District celebrated the victory of the Buttle of the Boyiie, by u Church Parade and religious service in the Theatre. Brother the Rav. R. M. Bowles, D.C., curried the open Bible aud Crown at the head of the procession, which was one of the largest which has beeu held iu Newcastle, and that notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather. Brothers. A« E. Toll, D.M., and J. Emmanuel, G.T., sup ported by the officers of the 4< Black District Lodge," formed the official guard of the open Bible and Crown. The Adainstown Brass Baud led. It is estimated that some two tbousapd persons took part in the procession and service. In the theatre, the D.M. took .the chair,' And was supported ou the right by Bros. Revs. R. M. Bowles and 3. Chapmau ; on the left by Bro. Rev. Seth Jones, Rev. Rainsford Bavin (Methodist district superiutendeut), Bro. W. E« Hooker, aud the Masters of the various lodges working...

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WAVERLEY BRANCH, No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

WAVERLEY BRANCH, No. 2. The first annual meeting of the "Waverley Branch No. 2 of the Australian Protestant De fence Association was held in the Presbyterian School-hall, Charing Cross, on Thursday even ing, 10th inst., at 8 p.m. The President (Al derman W. Carter, J.P., Mayor of Waverley), was in the chair. On the platform were the liev. J. Macauley, M.A., the Rev. D. J. Knox, uud Mr. Thos. Jessep, M.L.A.. An apology for the unavoidable absence of the Rev. E. King was read. The hon. sec., Mr. Archdale Parkell, read the report of the first jear 8 work of the Branch as follows:—" In presenting the iirst anuuul report <>f the 'Waverley Branch No. 2 of the Australian Protestant Defence Associatiou, a very successful year's work is to be recorded. The iuaugural meeting of the Branch was held on Julv 10th, 1901, when the meeting was ud dresscd by the Rev. Dr. Dill Mucky, and ol unmeB were handed in as members. Since then the uiei-tings have been held as uear as possible upo...

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HAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

HAIRY PRODUCE. Bcttek—Creamery, 1/5 per lb. Pasteurised 1/5 f, per lb. Factorj*, 1/4 to l/4l. Dairy, 1/2 1 /». Pastry, 1/- 1/1. Bacon—Sides: MoLeanV. /Si, ManniiijrV /Si u /8| per lb Middles, /U, /i»i. Flitcbcs, Shoulders, /G. to /7 Cheese—N.S.W., loaf, Si. per lb. Medium aize, /8J, /Si. Victorian, N.Z. m, /82. Egos—Southern, 1/2, l/-i i>er do*. Northern, 1/, 1/1. . New laid, 1/fl, 1/4-. Iued—Bladder, /0. . i. Bulk, 8, /Si. ^ • TTx-ltc—Scarce. N. S. W. /1U, /10J to/II per lb. N.Z., /9j / 10J. Poultry—FowIh : Hens, .*>/, o/3-; prime 3/6, 4/6 „ Rooetera, 3/0, 3/G; prime, 4/.), ii/0 Dueka 2/f, 3/4f prime 4/0, 5/G. Geese, 4/-, 5/9. Turkey hens, 4/6, 5/0, prune 6/0, 6/9. ,, oocka, 7/- 8/6-; prime, 10/-. 15;6 FARM PRODUCE. Maize—Prime 5/0. per bushel. Nortliern, 5/0. Medium quality*, 4/11. Chatf—Local prime, 5/15,-, 0/.ri;~ p<-r ton. Medium, *3/5/-, to 5/HMJ Other quality, 4/15/-to 5/'-/. Victoria, ">/•*»/"> 5/iO/O, 5/15/0. Adelaide, 5/10/- to 5/15/0. Extra prime, 6...

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Commercial. The Watchman Office, Wednesday Evening. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

Commercial. The Watchman Office, Wednesday Evening. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. Good demand Titles for all sorts of farm ■produce. The "principal features being higher prices asked for chuff and lucerne; supplies ex Rcdfem continue to increase, local chaff being in gently iuipixtved supply; quality, however, principally of medium grade. "Wheat market, quotha firm at 4s 4Ad for f.n.q. midling samples. Adelaide, quote tinu market at -is per busliel f.a.q. Melbourne, 4s (Ud; -Is Id f,a,q. sample medium quality, 4s. Chick wheat in good demand. Chaff. Considerable attention being devoted to importations at slightly increased rates. Samples of prime wheaten ex Redfem reaching fis 4d; medium, os 4d, 5s 8d; inferior, to 5s. Straw varieties: 3s 6d, 4s fid per cwt.; extra green quality Victorian. 5s 9d; prime gi'een Adelaide, 6s; medium, 5s 3d, 5s 7d per cwt. Mill offal in short supply at late rates. Maize market con tinues somewhat unsettled; buyers hanging oft, pending arrival of oversea shipme...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

U»*iJtilul *ctre»*oii the Austral Ian stage, Grace I'tOoU* u —- in three colors (i2 z 10), xa in two color* (12x10); Judging Di y at E/duej Show (21 x 10): the Town Hall, 8rduej ; General Post Office, Sjdney ; the Sjdnuy Hoapitni : the State Secretary's Office; thr Svdney Custom Uoaoe: tlie Eoyal Eichnnge (all Li x 10), also shipping Coal Mining, and Pastoral Scen<u. The pictures are equal to the best Etieliah and Aiuuricau prints. '•The State Pictoiial" is Illustrative aud descriptive of every phase of life. Pott free 9d> Thx COMHxactu. PcautBDfo Cot. hn^ 3? Pitt St&mt, 8td*«1, .MRS."A. WELSH. DYER & CLEANER & OSTRICH FEATHER DRESSER, 170 ENMORE-RDENMORE Hate Cleaned, Dyed and Altered to Latest Fashion. Gloves Cleaned and French Finished. MAGIC OPTICAL ACETYLENE LIMELIGHT and .ve --- ELECTRIC - - LANTERNS - - CINEMATOGRAPHS and ACCESSORIES. SLIDES and FILMS, FOR HIRE and SALE. ENTIRELY AT YOUR SERVICE. OSBORN JERDAN, *'^/C"5T 03"rXCI-A.3STS 393...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

Penny Postage would prove a great boon If ever it camo into force, Sucli benefits can't reach us too soon, Though bound to arrive in due course. It is time we take care of our pence, And likewise our health I am sure, So be, with a cough and good sense, Takes Woods' Gbeat PEPrsBMXT Ctrcs.

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HISS VIOLET MOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

HISS VIOLET MOUNT. A Boug recital was given at the Centennary Hall on Monday afternoon week by Miss Violet Mount, a soprano who lately arrived from New Zealand, where she has gained an excellent reputation on the concert platform, in oratorio, as sole vocalise for the Gerardy and Friedenthal concerts, and in opera. Miss Mount is a Victorian, and is the daughter of Mr. Lambton Mount, of Melbourne. She studied under Mr. *Wm. Parkinson, and was also for three years on the Continent, studying in German under Herr Odenwald, and in Paris under Madame Caut. Miss Mount made an exceedingly favor able impression on her hearers, and was repeatedly applauded and recalled. Her voice is very sweet, and in the upper register has a wonderful power. Her most successful contri bution was the Wagnerian selection, "Eliza beth's Greeting to the Hall of Song," from yannhauser," an opera fairly familiar with musical Sydney. For this selection she was imperatively eno.ored, and added as an encore Wright's ...

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HERE MAX SCHLUTER'S CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

HERE MAX SCHLUTER'S CONCERT. It is but seldom that residents in Sydney are granted such a treat as tliat which awaited them on Monday night week, when Herr Max Sehluter gave at the Centennary Hall his first music recital. As a violinist Herr Sehluter lias long been the favourite pupil of Joachim, who is. rightfully regarded as the greatest living master of this instrument. It was not, therefore, a surprise when Herr Sehluter proved that he had in no way been misrepresented, but that his reputation as a violinist had been belittled rather than over-estimated. The audience which assembled to meet him was at first cold and very critical, but this gradually disappeared before his artistic playing, and speedily developed into warmth and the most intense enthusiasm. Again and again he was recalled, receiving applause which was as hearty as it must have been gratifying. Herr Schluter's programme was one of an entirely classical character. He did not seek to win upon those present by playin...

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"Do Men Live Alter Death?" [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

"Do Meii Live Alter Death ?" At the Chalmers Presbyterian Church, on Sunday evening, July 13th, the Rev. A. S. C. James delivered the fifth of the present series of lectures, which" are creating a deal of in terest. The subject, "Do Men Live After Death," was based on the words of Job—"If I a man die, shall he live again?" "We know I what it is to gaze through our falling tears i upon the dead. "We liave asked, "Is this the end?" "Is the lamp of the soul quenched forever?" " Will this event come to me?" It wilL '* For our hearts, " though strongand brave, still like muffled drums are beating funeral marches to the grave." (Longfellow). We desire to live after death. Nothing is more certain than life after death. Professor Huxley's friends may be satisfied with the doctrine of endless sleep, but the majority of men are not. Immortality cannot be proved by a mathematical demonstration. Consider what man has done. He has subdued the whole animal creation ; he has tapped the secret wate...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

SiW THAT COUGHING. You can stop that coughing by using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It relieves the lungs, aids expectora tion, and effects a prompt and permanent cure. All dealers. 1/6.

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LIST OF THOSE WHO SENT LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

LIST OF THOSE WHO SENT LETTERS. Bert. Browne, Jose Baker, Rods Hamilton, Jessie B. Steele, Oswald H. Saw-tell, Harry Caldwell, Mary "Weir, He&ic Mackenzie, Harry E. Mannall, Edith Sweet, Janet H'Kc-nzie. •10 Porter-atreet, "Waverley, 13/1/02. My Dear Auntie,—This ia my first letter to *' The Watchman." I turned six years old ou Sunday. My brothers gave ine something, and I got a new doll made out of axi old one by putting a new head on it and uew ahoes. and a nioo dress. I remain your loving niece, Jk&iIB B. Steels. Marriekvilie, July 14th, 1V02. Dear Auntie,—I bare a lot of tovn, and I am nearly always playing with them. I have a few pete—two pigeons, two cats and a dog. I go to the Wesleyan Church, Harriett ille. I am in upper second class in the bitr school of the public school, otanmorc. I remain your loviug nephew, Ross Hamilton. (Aged 7.) I Grey-street, Koganili, July 'Jth, 11)02. Dear Auntie,—I go to the Superior School and am in lower third in the big school....

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Our Little Folks. RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

Our Little 1'olks. ["Conducted by "arjrne."] RULES. 1. Writers must be between the ages of six and fifteen, and most state their ages when writing. 2. Writers to "Auntie" must ■write on one side of the paper only. 3. Letters may be npon any subject of interest to the writer—short stories, accounts of their amusements and j ivreations, reading, favourite toys, etc. 4. Letters must be original, written and composed by the children themselves. o. Address all letters to "Auntie," c/o. "Watch man " Office. 35 Queen Victoria Markets, York-street. My Dear Young Folk,— The winner of the prize awarded for the best " Coronation Ode " mil be announced in next week's issue. The prize for the uext fortnightly competi tion will be given to the girl or boy who makes the best guess as to—Why Sir Edmund liarton received a medal from the Pope. All answers must be in by the 7th August, 1902. I am sure all my nephews wisb to be gentle men, and of course my nieces have the same wish, to be ladies, and a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

VERY PREVALENT. Influenza in always more or less prevalent ut this season of the year. This disease ii* very similar to a never© cold, and if allowed to take its eouwe, is liable to cause serioiw results, The best treatment for influenza is to avoid exposure, and take Chamberlain** Cough Remedy. This niedieiue gives immediate relief, and if used as directed, will ward off all daugeroua <xmse queueew. It leaves the system in a natural and healthv i ouditiou- It always cures, and cures quickly. 1<6. * >/2 DOZEN SILVER SPOONS FOR NOTHING. Daring the last twelve tacrl)ii> we have jtf ven away free thousand* of onr famona 811 var Watehe* aa<1 hav in oar |>aeH«aii>u an unlimited aombero! nn*«ltcit«*l testimonials from all pert* of Au» tralia, acknowledging ibe wonderful value of the gift. TJu» presentation watch having advertiard the Watch Depnrunent o( oar bnaineaa to each a wonderful extent, we have decided to give awa» lor nothing Half*a-Doz...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY Heliitvtti over night the must htuliIkihi i-old, n* well as aH it* i»mi>lu-*tkuis—tickling in thi' thruut. liu*ky to'hv, untl violent coughing. All dealer*. 1 11.

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The Choir Gallery. GENERAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

Ilie Choir Gallery. (GENERAL KOIES, "Musical natters in Sydney of late }»rva been very alluring to the lover of Orpheus, TJie Amateur Orchestral Society and Sydney Philarmouic Society Concerts were delight ful functions. The Dani Concerts are tilings to be remembered for years to come with infinite pleasure, and the Jean Gerardy cam paign, that opeus to-night (Thursday), is ano ther great treat for Sydneyites, who have always been supporters of first-class conceits. Mr. Truman, the well-known organist, has broken new ground as an operatic composer, and his -work merits unqualified approval. In the kingdom of the popular, the silvery-toned Phil Newbury draws the multitude, and the rush upon the stairs of the Centennary Hall is a fact against which there is no aiguing. Truly, musical lovers have a rare time iu Sydney. The local Philharmonic Society's interpreta tion of Handel's *'Acis and Galatea," reminds us how, in 1841, the great Macready gave it at London Drury Lane. It was the on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

A. CAMERON, Bootmaker and Repairer - 159A ENMORE ROAD, ENMORE. Motto: Civility and Satisfaction. ROBBIE St ROSe. A. ROBBIE, M. ROSE. 8 3£aoftulev-stroet, 05 Denison-street, LEICHHARDT. WOOLAHRA, J. S. OLDHAM, *m. .The People's Grocer, . 192 King-st., NEWTOWN. Wholesale and Retail Grocer. ORDERS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED. Chelmsford School, 2 STHNMORE ROHD. Miss A. STICKLEY. Principal. Vocal and Instrumental Mu«<; thoroughly taught. Pupils prepared for all Exam*. Aft UJIflfC U*1* of McGrathi a U* HARt saddle: & HARNESS maker,. 337 SUSSEX ST., SYDNEY". Repairs Strongly and Xeatly Done at Lowest Prices. THE Globe Stiidios. Tram Terminus, ENMORE Bromide Enlarging. Picture Framing* Operators sent to any part. Established 1883. Tel. GO N. It is most important when a prescription it< given by" a medical man (and to get the full benefit of his sldll) to have it prepared by a fully experienced Chemii-t, Be* vri.se, and bring them to WILLIAM WITHERS,. Family and D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

MISS LUCAS-REEVE, T.C.L. Certificate from H. Krcitschemiaii, PIANO, SINGING. 2 Stanmoro-road, Staumore, and TuIinLn. PHOTOGRAPHY. ONE DOZEN HIGH ABT BOUDOIB PORTRAITS, size 3} x 5 inches, ind One in Natural Color, and one 12 x 10 Enlargement, framed, for gs fid WILSON MEW, Art Photographer, Eoom No. 3 A.J.S. Bank, HAYMABKET. Wet are" now conducting Funeral Business at Cheaper Rates than any other similar establishment in Sydney or Suburbs. Embalming as practised by us, is a pronounced success. 8ee Pamphlet issued on this Science by our Principal, Mr. Arthur 0. •/. Wood Head Office. 810.George Street, [next Savings'Bank]. Branches in all principal Suburbs """" ... £2Telephone Call, 726. etc

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Mrs. Shepherd's Lectures. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

Mrs. Shepherd's Lectures. Mrs. Shepherd lectured last week at the Protestant Hall to large audiences. On Thursday and Friday afternoons she lectured to ladies only, and the building on each occasion was filled to overflowing. On Thurs day night she lectured to gentlemen only, her subject being " Private Life in a Nunnery and Reasons Why Priests Should Marry." On Friday she lectured to a mixed audience on "Secret Instruction of Jesuits on Lying, Stealing and Morality." Mrs. Shepherd's lectures, while dealing in the most scathing manner with the abominations of Homanism, are couched in language chaste and entirely free from any indelicate forms of expression. In Sydney during the past few weeks, Mrs. Margaret L. Shepherd has labored extensively and to great advantage. Her lectures have aroused the people and awakened in many much enthusiasm. She has spoken with great vigour, eloquence and boldness. Her work, far from being merely sensational, has been serious and practical, performed ...

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