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From Shore to Shore. (A COLONIAL ROMANCE.) CHAPTER III. WHY MEN SHOULD MARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

From Shore to Shore. (A Colonial Bomaxce.) CHAPTER ID. Why Men Should Makby. Both Dawson and Stoyle ruahea forward to pick Clapham up. They immediately carried him to the sofa, a rare article of furniture in an office, hut Dawson was a great believer in haviug everything nice and comfortable, and a sofa was always included in his office para phernalia. For a few moments Clapham lay quite still, but he slowly showed signs of re taining consciousness, and to their infinite relief gradually came round again. Dawson was for getting a doctor, but Stoyle, as an old campaigner, suggested bathing his temples with water, and this soon had the desired effect. While Clapham was slowly legainiug consciousness, Dawson marvelled to himself at the sudden and unexpected collapse of his friend. What could have made him go off like this, he thought. Probably the voyage over had upset him, but then he recollected that Clapham was an old and experienced sea traveller, and sea-sickness could hardly have...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

OUflSOLEfllin Is to make a ■per manent customer, and to do this we must give you per fect satisfaction. JOHN COPLEY & SONS, 800 GEORGE ST., SYDNEY Tel. 1580

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What Home Rule Means. TREASON TO THE EMPIRE. No. I. THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH A TREASONABLE ORGANISATION IX GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

What Home .Rule Means. TK15AB0N TO THE EMPIRE. (By the Rev. F. C. Boykk.) No. I. Tius Bom.\x Catuouu Cnuucii a Tkkasoxaw.k ORGANISATION IX GlIKAT UltlTAlN AND IltKLAXI). A vigorous agitation has been inaugurated by the Roman Catholics of Australia, prompted and supported by the Bomttu Catholic hier archj-, to bring: tlio full powiM- of feilumti'd Australia's influence to bear upon the English people and the British Government in favour of the granting of what is called Home Uulc for Ireland. At a preliminary meeting held in the vestibule of the Sydney Town Hall, nearly £100 was given and promised to the fund for the promotion of this object, which amount was increased at the great meeting since held in the Town Hall itself to nhout £G00. A similar meeting has been held in Melbourne, and the movement is uoiv heing vigorously pushed, not only in the capitalb, but in the provincial centres of all the Austin lian States. j From the almost exclusively Roman Catholic names ol' the speaker...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 July 1902

Winter oumes with chilly drupe, And tjoughtf mid ooldw we wiu't escape; we're bound to faw it every year, However much the cUiup we feiir. "We loug to tec Old Sol's bright rays Through those wet uud gloomy daye, While our health we do luuurv With sonic Woods' uukat pewkuhict Ciuk.

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From Shore to Shore. (A COLONIAL ROMANCE.) CHAPTER IV.—CUPID AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

.From Shore to Shore. (A Colonial Bomanck.) CHAPTER IV.—Cui'iii at Sea. " The deuce of a lot men pay," said Dawson. "1 suppose you think for the deiice of a little." Further conversation on the subject was stopped by Clapham hurriedly rising and apologising for leaving, as he had an appoint ment. The three men rose and sauntered into the busy street, where Clapham said good-bye, and took a hansom for the " Rangatira." On the way down he wondered if he would get a chance that afternoon to speak to Dora Ward. At the same time he felt a strange fascination about Mrs. Leslie, who curiously enough was to be his companion that afternoon, when he called at the Wards. " There is a divinity that shapes our ends Rough hew them as we may." These lines revolved through his mind as the hansom rolled along Rattray-street, past the palatial buildings of merchant princes, ou to the wharf, where, judging by the commotion the "Rangatira" was about to saiL Clapham paid his 44 cabby," and hurried on bo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

om sole pp 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 — 2 August 1902

Who hatm't beeu attacked by Grippe, And languished in it* hold; How many give this life the slip, Neglecting cough or cold. Gaunt men with cough and hollow cheek, Whose death seems almost sure. Can pick up health if they but seek For Woods' (5 skat Pei-feiucnt Cuek. LOOK OUT FOR .. MRS- SHEPHERD S NEW BOOK, The Life of Sister Barbara Iryk, OR The fforrars uf tfiB Garmeliie Nunnery, In which place flu- was imprisoned ui n. dungeon • for *21 years. OBTAINABLE AT THE OFFICE OF tyessrs, W. M. MADGWICK and SONS, . M QUEEN VJCTOR1A MARKETS, SYDNEY. We are now conducting Funeral Business at Cheaper Rates than any other similar establishment in Sydney or Suburbs, Embalming as praotisod by us, ia » pronounced success. See Pamphlet issued on this Science by our Principal, Mr. Arthur O.J. Wood' Head Office. 810 George Street, [next Sayings'Bank]. Branches in all principal Suburbs Telephone Call, 726. ofo :• .3 ,.cG .. !-.;i ' ' 1 ' v

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

I ROCi'dl ALE .COLLEGE SYDNE/ REV? CJ.FDRSCirn.BA4 Principal. • A HIGK'CIASS BOARDINB SCHOOL FOR BOYS. The College is charmingly situated in its owu park grounds of 13 acreB 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 }ects,laundry, mend s'ifci mg,ete. Established '4-iI- ten years. Prospec tus on application to the Principal. Telp. phone, 49 jR

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

CLIFTON'S LILYWHITE STARCH. FREE Fip| ALL ADULTER ATI ON.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

Trade Mark. • . TEAS . COFFEES .... COCOAS - Baking Powder signal. . 534 George-street, Opposite Town Hall, . SYDNEY. / (| Proprietii7 XJsitad,

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CHURCH CHOIRS. To the Editor of the Watchman.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

CHURCH CHOIRS. (To the Editor of the Watchman^ Sir,—The remarks of your correspondent "Experientia Dooet " in your last issue oil the subject of cliurch choirs are very interesting, and his account of how a certain choir came to grief shows clearly how such troubles arise. Of course it must be remembered that choirs are, after all, only human and liable to err, and I think it is only just to the usually efficient choirs to be found in most of our churches to say that my experience is, that they are as agreeable a'class of persons as can be found anywhere. Music is one of the Creator's great est gifts to mankind, and those whom Be endows with any talents in this direction should make the very use of them, viz., to His gloiy and in His worship. These are times when musical knowledge is almost universal, and the greater the knowledge the greater should be the sense of responsibility of those who take part in musical worship. A good choir is, without doubt, an attraction to any church a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

The Careful Mother ll critical of the Kind of mill£ given he* children* 5om« tnilk tastes ^ood t looks allright, hot lacks nooriihit^ qualities and cleanliness. & & & & OUR PASTEURISED MILK IS AN IDEAL MILK St is abnormally rich in Cream, absolutely free from Chemical Preservatives* and is the product of the BEST HERDS IN THE STATED &■£?£> DELIVERED HEGVLARLY IN ClTY ffi, 5UBURBS Vhe N.S.W. Fresh Food (EL Ice Co. Ltd., Sydney ■■ - ^

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LAND SHARKS. To the Editor of the WATCHMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

LAND SHARKS. To the Editor of the Watchman. Sir,—Mr; Nollson's proposed Bill to'restrict the outrageous charges levied on servant girls in search of employment, by that particular species of land sharks known as Seivants' Kegistry Agents, will not appear on our Statue Book before it is lugh time. The wonder is that the interests of this deserving and neces sary class have'-bieen • st^ long neglected by politicians, who have, been placed in. their present honorable positions by the fathers and brothers of these victims to * the rapacious greed of these shameless parasites, wh o fatten upon the igiiordncQ and heed of respectable girls, whom aHverse'circuinbtances'liKvi* "driven out into, the ..world to battle for _theyos elves, and who 'in' many ' itisfiihces' art'" tht* support o'i parents', ^*ho are no loliger nblt» to continue the fierce struggle for existence." The modua operandi adopted by,these contemptible drones in the human hive, who want to induce the uhwirvlittte^y^to:walfc...

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The Gathering of the Clans AN HISTORIC EVENT. FIRST ANNUAL GATHERING OF THE BRANCHES OF THE A.P.D.A. A SUCCESSFUL MEETING. PROFESSOR HARPER ON EDUCATION. THE ONTARIO SYSTEM. RESOLUTION AGAINST HOME RULE. MR. HARRY LONG, THE CHAMPION OF PROTESTANTISM. A NEW VIOLINIST DISCOVERED. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

The Gathering ot the. Clans AN HISTORIC EVENT. FIRST ANNUAL GATHERING OF THE BRANCHES OF THE A.P.D.A. A SUCCESSFUL MEETING. PROFESSOR HARPER ON EDUCATION. . THE ONTARIO SYSTEM. RESOLUTION AGAINST HOME RULE. MR. HARRY LONG, THE CHAMPION OF PROTESTANTISM. A NEW VIOLINIST DISCOVERED. (By Odr Special). Tfre first annual meeting of the Australian Protestant Defence Association was held on Thursday night, July 24th, at the Protestant Hall. Contrary to the universal traditions at annual gatherings of this sort, a charge of one shilling was made for admission. There was, however, a • large attendance, which showed how firmly Protestants have the principles of the A.P.D.A at heart, and the proceedings throughout were of a most enthusiastic and | encouraging character. Dr. Dill-Macky (pre sident of the AP.D.A) occupied the chair. I With him on the platform were: Principal I Harper, the Revs. T. W. Dunn, W. A Charlton, P. Colwell, Henry Gainford, F. C. Boyer, YoungWai, R. D.Patterson, E. Price...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

Football in a manly game That hardens muscle, knit* the frame, And make* Austnilia'8 hardy youth Our pride and strength, and that's tho truth. Bud coughs and cold* attack the strong, A* much the weak that'* sure, Let both—they never can go wrung— Takt? Woods' Gkeix Feppeexint Cuub.

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Editorial Notice. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

Editorial Notice. Owing to extreme pressure on our space we are reluctantly compelled to hold over "Stories of tlie Past," Woman's Column! Christian Endeavour Notes, and other interesting mat ter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

lyEbr Good Value in-'JDiiapcry_ ^•'%n ^ £dward tlorilerrj?sv S^eortVRovelties How tlpening. - -■• -■ ■ : ■\Vr1TB 1-OB.rilirF.S USTi SAMPLES. ( CLOTHING ANfi "MEN7S MERCERY Our Spwialty. EDWARD HORDERJ^ Vv*6.66 and 668 GEORGE STREET • . (Brickfield E^l). . ;-.or th6;yjqtio^' Habit, Infi^riicyj "and' AlbobolisfiQ "' in.- ai-:iorih•'.CURED ,BY-EUCRASY.r■■: Can be given-secretly or otherwise.-.i-HAo^d in a vcop tea, coffee, or in food, itf presence cannot be ncftod.:-WARRANTED ^PERFECTLY HARM LESSand e&fy to-adminietet*. -'It operates so quietly and with such certainty that the patient undergoes no inconvenience, and ere he is aware hiH complete reform is efferted. DRUNKENNESS IS A DISEASE, and EUCRASY is a safe, sore, and speedy antedote. Write for book of parti cu . lars an<l» testimonials .from living.Jwitnesses—vent post free (waled) to any addrefw.''' •>■•••• Wri,^„ TftB EflCfSF GO., 62 HUNTER-ST. SYDNEY. THEO. L.ORENZ. LAPIDARY & JEWELLER. All Preciou...

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Editor's Letter Box. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

Editor's Letter Box. Anxious.—Districts wanting a Branch of the A.P.D.A. established should apply to Dr. Dill Maeky, 9 Janrieson-st. Bolls.—Write on one side of paper only. Read our instructions on the front page of Watchaiax. JJVI. (Sunny Corner).—It would bo utterly impossible to supply a correct estimate. EsQuhiER.—Write to the "World's News" or " Town and Country Journal." F. C. Dunlop.—Too late for publication.

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Literary Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

Literary Notes. (By Tixea.) It is my intention this week to devote my j space to a short discussion on " Critics and I tueir Work." Perhaps the article may lead to I a uiore extended discussion by others on this I subject in the columns of the Watch max, a paper which is now to be found in every Protestant home in sunny New South Wales. Among the first of modern critics is Brandes, the Teuton author of " Shakespeare—the Man." My article this week will deal with him entirely. In the artistic, the poetic finds its true inspiration. By artistic one means the world of Fonu and Fashion, which owes theui both to its own painters, sculptorsand musicians, no less thau iu spiritual matters to its poets. Mistress Fitton was a good judge of small ale, and had n pretty foot. Was her mind an inspiration? If it were it was a grievous fault in nature that she was to the alehouse Lorn. Beauty is always inspiring, and has an aristocracy all its own. Good books are here ditary, and do not grow in pot...

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Personal and otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

Dr. Doyle, a Newcastle R.C., at present on a visit to. the old land, has written a letter ■which has been published in the local paper, showing that he spent his few hours ashore at Cape Town collecting all the nasty and lying rumours regarding the Australians "which he could lay his lmig&iapon. Se vejfial let^ersirpjn troop^J.iiave'iDlre^.jappeared li^r^^tm'dicfioiL; of thelhatemerit^-Jbut, it is singular .that this gentleman^" who eatiifi-his living iri'Australia, and raostlj^rom Protestants, should gti> out of his way to>repeat vilifications of Australian soldiers. _ |(Subsidising >Eoman Catholic Bazaars.^-, Tne^Rev. ;Seth, Jones, at Newcastle Ia.0.1*. I celeb^1ioDV «illed attention^ v^e. fact of the ■ Newca^^QoTiiial instaUirigVfiie electric, light free in baths for &v3Rdman"'*Catholic bazaar recently held. u Such a thing should not be done for any church, either Protestant or Roman, without the sanction of the rate payers." Readers of the "Watchman will...

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