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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

BusiQes| l=J©toiee. The Watchman, a Weekly Journal of Social, Political, and HellgiouM Pbogrotw. Published every Thursday. Office: 35 Queen Victoria Markets, York-street, Sydney. Telephone No. 2564. jSabscribers* Terms. Yearly - 4s. 4d. Half-yearly .. .. 2b. 2d. Qcartexte .. .« Is. Id. The above tersp are subject to revision if the Federal Postage BQ1 comes into operation, and if «v subscribers are kindly requested to forward the necessary postage. The Management recommend subscribers to procnre Tks Watchman from their Newsagents, to whom their sabscription* would be payable. Bnt if this is incon venient, tbey may apply direct to The Watchxan Office. All Mbecriptiocfl must be prepaid, and will be acknowledged in this col axon. Advertisements* The Watchxak offera special facilities tor advertising, the tmw**t which may be had of itseaavaasen, or upon applicant at the office. All Literary Communications to be addressed to the Editor, ,9 Jamieson-street, and -BamesB Coctmanica to the M...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence. [We did not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by out correspondents.] SECTARIANISM AND POLITICS. To the Editor of the WATCHMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

\ Correspondence. [ Tf~e aihjiot hold ourselves responsible for the opinions exp^ifgj^ hj our CorrcxpoiidentuS] f To the E<litor^1lle WATCiiMAX. Dear Sir,—I replied to letters of Mr. A. Griffith, appearing in the u Herald" and 44Telegraph," but.the *'Telegraph" has.pot. got sympathy endtt^Jbpjpublish my letter, and -SifeiaTch-enemy's advocate ^sTaot goithe sub stance of a jelly-fish'.?7^^aBJiot;6Utpri8edat I my: letter not being published in the " Herald," | butexpected fair treatment from the 44 Tele graph." Mr. Griffith, toot exception to some of Mr. Ruiledge's remarks which, however, I challenge Mr. Griffith to disprove. I state on the other hand without hesitation that Mr. W. Rutledge's remarks can be proved up to the hilt rif necessary. Iii; the next place*.; Mr. Griffith feels aggrieved that he, Mr. Rutledge, stated "that it was about time we started here a movement similar to the one they have started in Victoria." Mr. Griffith would have us believe that there is n...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

Don't Fool with It. It will not <lo to fool with u liad cold. No one can tell what the end will be. Pneumonia, catarrh, chronic broncliitif, and consumption invariably re«ult from a neglected cold. As a medicine for the cure of colds, cough**, and influenza, nothing- can compare with Chawberluin'N Cough Remedy. It always cure*, and urea quickly. I/i>.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

L.O.L. No. 176 Balmain West. The OFFICERS and MEMBERS of L.O.L. No. 17l> Balmain West are fiuiunioned to attend the 31KETINU of L O.L. No. 18G Jioichlmrdt, on TUESDAY, the 5th August, at 8 p.m., in the LEICHHAHDT TOWN TT ATJ-i. 'Buses leave the Rozelle Post Office at 7.U0 p.m. sharp. Business: Friendly Debate. WILLIAM DATE, W.M. ARTHUR MOLLET, Sec.

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THE Watchman CIRCULATION 13,000. SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1902. THE GOOD SAMABITAN CONVENT. TAMPERING WITH PUBLIC MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

CIRCULATION 13,000. SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1902. THE GOOD SAMABITAN CONVENT. TAMPERING WITH PUBLIC MONET. In our issue of July 5th -we published a letter from a correspondent calling our readers attention to the action of the Government in paying away a large sum of money to the representatives of the Good Samaritan Convent, despite the fact that they held no title to that which they pretended to sell. At the time, we published this article for what it was worth, determining to take further steps to investigate the charge then made. It is with profound regret that we now find every statement there in to be absolutely true, and that our Govern ment stands convicted of a totally unwarrantable use of the public funds. The sum paid over amounted to £21,750, those who received it having no right whatever to anything beyond that, which a very old building of some sixty years standing might be worth, and which has been generously rated at about £5,000. It is not denied by the Government, or b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

MARGARET L. SHEPHERD (BY SPECIAL REQUEST) WILL LECTURE IX WESLEY CHURCH, t(EG£|TT ST. GOT FP0Y KIBST 8 o'clock August 1st, To Both Ladies and Gentlemen. "THE MORALITY OF THE JESUITS AND NEW REVELATIONS OF CONVENT HORRORS." New Lectubz. Admission—I SHILUNC. MRS. SHEPHERD'S Last Lecture in Sydney, at which facte relative to Horrors perpetrated in Convents lately will be fully exposed; facte never yet laid before the people of Australia. This will fcethe only opportunity to hear MRS. SHEPHERD or pur? chase her Books. Remember, only One Lecture, to Both Ladies and Gentlemen. Australian Protestant Defence Association. Mr. HARRY LONG, (The Emxkeztt Author jlxd Lectube& rao* Gr^soow),. WILL DELIVER LECTURES under the launpices of this Association as fol lows :— THURSDAY, 31st JULY, Scots' Church, Sydney, at 8 p.m. Subject—" POPERY HEANS NATIONAL DEORA DATION." FRIDAY, 1st AUGUST. DulwichHill, at 8 P-m. Subject—" POLITICS AND POPERY." MONDAY, 4 tli AUGUST, Presbyterian Church, Waver...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

"5EA1PER WHICH, LITERALLY THE EADEM," TRANSLATED, MEANS THIS 18 WHY THE LION BRA^D .J OF CONFECTIONERY IS SO POPULAR, ONLY THE FINEST INGREDIENTS USED. IT IS THK GREATEST FAVOURITE WITH THE CHILDREN. MANUFACTURED ONLY II James Stedman,145 Cs4JXB ST"

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wolves in Sheep's Clothing. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

Wolves in Sheep's Clothing. On Tuesday week last, two latiies'called at my manse begging for an Orphans'P^ir to bo held later on, I believe in the mouth of September, in the Town Hall. .At firpt they represented their mission as non-sectarian, and declared themselves Protestants, On investigation, however, I found that the principal promoter of the Fair is a prominent Roman Catholic lady, and that, in fact, the fair is for the benefit of Roman Catholic Institutions At first the ladies said they were Protestants; bat I became so convinced that one of them was a Roman Catholic that I challenged her—Was it not so ? She admitted it, and. said—u YeafI ram; but the other lady is a Protestant." It is in this way that 3£onie, even in the matter of charity, acts tie double. In this case the Mission was re* presented:as non-sectarian, and the collectors as Protestants. When I further-challenged the lady, vwho admitted that she was a Roman Catholic, as to bow the-Mission was non-sec tarian, sh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

Beautiful Pictures Qi?. I Half-tone* primed oa Art i«M-er, Q worth tranter, inclading the most beautiful actress ou the Austral ia ->-!■. Grace Valatta u io three colore (IS *10), M -— is two oolort (18110); Judtriof Day at Sjdcaj Show (M z 10); the Towu Hall, Sydusj: Geasral Post Office, Sydney ; the Sydney Hospital: the State Secretary's Office; the Sydosy Custom House : the Royal Exchange (all IS z 10), also Shipping, Coal tflnia* toe. Te atoii) Scenes. Tha piotares ars eqtul to tSw* beat and American prints. ** The Stat* Pictorial" is Illustrative and deecrii>ti*« <>l every phase of Ufo. Poit frea 9d> Taa COKMzacuL Pcslishij»u Cot. Lto, 37 Pitt arasir, 3tD*sr. " Nothlna succeeds like Success." the Largest Bread Business South of the Equator "WILLIAM! -WHITE REDFERN' lim'iM'h Fnoiorv : Kiiskixkvii.uk Ro.vit, Ne viow.v TcV|ili"ii« 1070 Central. 'lVlepliuiie, WT Newtown.

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Mrs. Shepherd's Lectures. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

Mrs. Shepherd's Lectures. ' Mrs. Margaret L. Shepherd's lectures at Paixauifctta, Baluiain, aud other suburbs Sydney during the past week have met with a tremendous amount of success. AVe can surely state that the better Mrs. Shepherd is knovn, the more is she and her labors appreciated by all good Proteetanta who love and value civil aud religious liberty. Her lectures are full of matter that cannot fail jto interest. Lot every Protestant of this coutiuont read Jut. hooks and hear her verbal testimony- and they will undei stand why their heroic ancestors ; fought so many' battles, suffered so many terrible trials, ehed.their blood aud received the most terrible deaths on the scaffold, in the Barnes, etc., etc., rather than remain one dav longer "flfi?"slaves of the priests of Home] Tea, let the Protestants of Australia read her thrilling books and hear her testimony, and they will understand that the priests of Home are, with few exceptions, the most deadly enemies of all that is g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

RETURN OF THE WANDERER. RESTORATION OP 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 FOB THE ACCOMMODATION OF THE FOLLOWING DEPARTMENTS IS NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. FURNITURE DEPARTMENT, BEDSTEAD & BEDDING, CARPETS <fc 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 oflight has i>een 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. Mnro will follow. Jfnlhonij Horta Sj Sons, Universal Providers, HAYMARKET (ONLY), SYDNEY. m SWEEI. NELL ■ . JfcOF AUSTRALIA'S TESTIMONY. Musgrove's New English Comedy and Dramatic Comp...

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Mr. Chamberlain at Bir mingham. VIEWS ON THE BOER CONFERENCE. THE EDUCATION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

Mr. Chamberlain at iSr mingham. VIEWS ON .THE BOER CONFERENCE. The Education Bill. Mr. Chamberlain was the chief speaker at the annual meeting of the Grand Committee of the Birmingham, Aston, and Handpworth liberal Unionist Association, in the Town Hall) Birmingham, on Friday. Mr. Chamberlain, after his re-election an president, in thanking his friends, said tliey were sometimes told that Home Kule was dead, but there was no guarantee of this. They had seen that some distingitf&hed men who had differed with the Liberal Unionists in 188G v-ere now of a different opinion. Lord Rosebery and Sir Henry Fowler had renounced their temporary heresy, but their conversion was a little tardy, and he was afraid still half-hearted. The one impregnable barrier against Home Sule was the Unionist alliance—(cheers)—and if that were defeated they would be once more in the mists and marshes of disunionist controversy (cheers). He believed that, to grant men who cheered the defeat of British so...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

A SILVER WATCH FOR NOTHING. We hereby undertake to GIVE ONE of oar famous SILVER WATCHES, listed at £2 10s (Lady's or Gentleman's) to every Alan, Woman, or Child who sends us the Correct Reading of the following puzzle:— j A W'TCHM'N *S A N*0"SS«TY. \ 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, <tnd 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 makiog this offer solely with the object of introducing and advertising our goods. Address, THE MANAGE!!, 1THE ENGLISH WATCH CO., P.O- CHAMBERS PITT STREET, SYDNEY

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News of the Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

News of the Churches. Wesley Church last Sunday was pactokTto its utmost capacity. Hundreds were. J&t'rible to gain admissionspeedy arrangements wpre made for an overflow meeting in the School Hall, which was . largely att®3(id. Mrs. Shepherd deliTered a powerful address in the church, on the subject—" I have Singed,'* and afterwards delivered an address in tueTSohool Hall* It was just on 10 o'clock p.m. before the benediction was pronouueed. The services will be long remembered. The people were deeply impressed with Mrs, Shepherd's address. The Be?. P. Colwell presided at both services. Mrs. 8hepherd will give her last lecture in Sydney'in the School Hall, Regent street, on Friday liett, August 1st, at 8 p.m. Subject—" The Veil lifted from Convent Life." The lecture 'will be'for both men and women. We trust a large^number will be present at Mrs. Shepherd's last'lecture in Sydney. The new organ in the Pitt-street Congrega tional Church, will be a huge piece of mtisical mecha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

Dangerous. The greatest danger from colds Hiid influenza L> their tendency to result in-pneumouia. If reasonable care Is iued, and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy taken, all dan ger will be avoided. It will cure a <x>ld or an attack of influenza in lets* time than other treatment. It always curex, and cures quickly. 1/6. LIGHTNING FRHOTe WORKS W HONDI JUNCTION. ! The Lot place on iartb to get jour Pictures Framed. I E. J. ALEXANDER, Prohkieior .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. 1> h cure for hevere colds, pei»ihtent coughs, and a pre ventative of pneumonia. It is the mothers* favourite for whooping «*>ugli. It always cures, and curt* quiekh. l/ll..

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Lecture. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

Lecture. Hi-. J. C. Chapman delivered a most interest ing lecture on "The Conspiracy against the Reformation," at the Oddfellow's Hall, Ash field, on the 17th instant. There wus a large attendance of the public, who keenly enjojed the lecturer's able and interesting remarks on a subject to which he lias evidently devoted much thought and time. Mr. Chapman was frequently applauded, and it is to be hoped that ho will be induced to repeat the lecture at nu early date. His clover exposition of the btirriug times of the Reformation was further enhanced by a series of beautiful limelight views, adroitly manipulated by an expert operator.

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"I Believe in the ComMUmunion of Saints." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

"I Believe in the Cominu lnimiou of Saints." Iu the second part o£ that ancient symbol of " the Apostles Creed " which we consider iu relation to Rome, we meet with an expression unknown to religions not recognising the Bible. Vainly we seek for auything approaching the communion of saints in Confucianism, Buddh ism, or Maliometanism. It pays to stud}* what saints are. Heathenism knows nothing of angels or saints. Saint is found only in the Bible, but there about 100 times. The word is formed on the Latin sanctus, holy, whence sanctify, to make holy. We define it one made holy, passive; to define it actively, one making himself holy horrifies, as though obtain able by faith, peniteuce, obedience, prayer &c., for there is but One making holy, as He did the Bush, by indwelling. Wo can no more make ourselves holy than nature can give itself grace. All regenerates are saints. Men are divided intosaints and siunersby the ignorant, whereas they are saved or unsaved sinners. Paul p...

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Romanism ill Australia, an Utterly Disloyal Organisation. No. II. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

Romanism ill Australia, Utterly Disloyal Organisation. (By the Rev. f. C. Boyer.) No. II. Iu our article on u What Home Rule Means," iu last week's Watchman we showed, we think conclusively, that the Roman Catholic Church is a political organisation which, both iu Great Britain and Ireland, is treasonable tc the Empire, openly declaring through her press that the Pope's command will be obeyed, while I the laws of England will be 44 spit upon and 1 trampled under foot," and "rigorously dis obeyed," and that all through the severe crisis through which our Empire has been passing in connection with South Africa, a crisis which ha6 proved beyond dispute who are the friends of Britain, and who her enemies—the Roman Catholic organisation has proved herself to be our Empire's bitterest and most active foe. In this article we shall show that the Romau Catholic Church in Australia aha is utterly dis loyal to our King and Empire. Roman Catholicism showed itself to be a more than disloyal orga...

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Our Legal Column, [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

Our Legal Column, Enquiries sbomd be addressed t<i *' Lex,"" Watch UiK Office, 85 Market Buildings, Yorir-fttreet, and viwt be acccmpanied by the fvbjoinpd printed application. This column is intended to *fford information and practical advice to oorrefcpoa desks witk regard to any legal difficulties which they may experience. Questions submitted may often require research, and therefore should reach this -office not later than Monday of the week in which n reply 19 desired. APPLICATION TO AOOOUPANY ENQUIRY. To<4 lie*," "Watchman" Office, 35 Market Bnild&gu, York-street, Sydney. Please answer in " The Wafcokmantf the annexed question. Reply to be addressed to Legacy.—If you have reason to believe that the legacy referred to belongs to you, you should give a solicitor all the information in your power and instruct him to make enquiries for you. Tenent.—The notice can be given verbally by the owner's agent. If you are a weekly tenant a week's notice will ...

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