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The Harry Long Lectures [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

The Harry Long- Lectures At a mooting: of the Newtowu branch of tin Australian Protestant Defence Association held in the Presbyterian Church, Wellington street, on Tuesday evening, Mr. H. A. Long of Glasgow, delivered u lecture entitled " Whal X know of the .Priesthood." The .Rev. T. W Dunn presided. There were also presenl Revs. H. Olark and J. West, and Mr. King, local president of the Australian Protestant Defence Association. The building was crowded. Mr. Long spoke most effectively, and, in the course of his addross, dealt will incidents in connectiou with the lives of prieste ■with whom he has been brought into contacl during his work in Glasgow. Ho said he'paid the same respect to priests of the E.C. Church who were worthy of respecl as ho did to the ministers of the Protesting Church. As a Christian he considered it his duty to love his neighbour as himself. But in order to carry out those principles he also considered it a right and a privilege to endeavour to free his fel...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAIRV PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

DAIRV PBODUCE. Pasteurised l/6£, per lb. Factory, 1/5 to 1/51. Dairy, 1/4. Ptatry, I/- 1,1. Baook—Sides: McLean'*, /#$, Manning'* /«i b /8J per lb ' Middle^ /8i, /&£. Flitches, /7f, /8. Shoulders, /6. to /7 —N.S.W., loaf, 8}, /8j per lb. . • " Medium«ie,/8i,/8J. '" ' " ** Victorian, /tfj. N.Z./8|,/8|W8|.. Xoos—Southern, 1/0$, l/l per doz. Northern, /ll J, 1/-. New laid, 1/1, 1/2, 1/3. XiAM>—Bladder, /9. Bulk, 8, /8$. Hams—Starve. N. b. W. /10J to /10J and /ll£ per lb. N.Z., /10, /10J. Poultby—Fowls: Hens, 2/9, 3/G-; prime 3/6, 1/6 pair. „ -Boosters, 3/0, 4/- ; prime, 5/», 5/9 Ducks 3/-, 3/3, prime -l/ft 6/-.. , Geese, 4/0, 0/. Turkey hens, 4/6, 5/0, prime 6/0, 6/0. ,, cocks, 7/- 9/- ; pnme, 9/-, I'Zjii FARM PRODUCE. Mat**—Prime 5/0 per biubeL, .... . . . v ^Northern, 4/11,5/0, Medium quality, 4/10,4/11. Chajt—I/ocal prime, G/fyU, 6/7/6 'per-toa. — - —• • Medium, 5/10/-, too/15/* .• Ouier quality, 5/-/. r_. Victorian, 5/15/-, 6/-/-. ' r * , ?. Adelaide, 5/15/- to 6/-/-. 1v...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN ONE ON THE CORONATION. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

a>' Ode ox the Cobonatxon. (By Oswald H. SawtelL) May hia coming Coronation Be approved by every nation, Who, with joyous celebration, Sing, lung live old England's King. May the crown he takes that day Cause his subjects all to pray And with loyal hearts, to say, God bless our Sovereign King. May Australians, one and all, Be obedient to his call, Should a danger e'er befall The Empire of our King. May we bless his Coronation, Ana with loyal celebration Sing aloud to every nation That Britons love their King. List of those who sent letters, etc.:—H. Stanley Fierce, Gladys Wenbttn, Amy Wenban, Eva Bray, Folly Graham, Elaie McLeod, Amy Boneyxnan, • May Lance. July 23rd. Dear Auntie,—D&da ha* got a pony. He fell down and we fell out on the road, Dada and "Mama and cousin and baby, but we did not get hurt I go mes sages for mama to the grocer, to help I am 7 years old. Good-bye, Auntie dear. Giadys Wenban. Mosmaii, July 23rd. Dear Auntie,—Dada asked me to write a lotter to yo...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Little Folks. RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

• Our Little Folks. fconducted by "Adntxe."") 7 RUMS. 1. Writers must be between tie ages of six and fifteen, and must state their ages when writing. • 2. Writers to 44 Auntie" must write on one side of. the paper only. 3. Letters may be upon any subject of interest to {he writer—short stories, accounts- of their amusements and rp^reations, reading', favourite toys, etc. 4. Letters must be original, written and composed by i the children themselves* I 5. Address all letters to "Auntie," c/o. 44Watch I man V Office. 35 Queen Victoria Markets, York-street. My Dear Young Folk,— The prize offered for the best " Coronation Ode" has been won by Oswald Sawtell, who has written a veiy nice little " Ode," and who, I think, deserves great credit. M*™1" Cooper's book-marker has been sent to her, and I would like, her to write and tell me if she has received it* The fancy work done by Elsie Harris has been sent to the Watchman Office in York street. There is a pretty German fable that has a goo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

Not a Disease. A cough is not a disea-e, but; a symptom. It indi ctite* that the lungs ai.d bronchial tubes ure inflamed. This inflammation often leads to jmeutuouia. The nurwt way to vrurd oti' pneumonia is to ux.» Cluimber lainV Cough Remedy on the rir*t appeanuut? of the . cough or cold. It always cure* and cures quickly. 10.

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. The Watchman Office, Wednesday Evening. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

Commercial. The Watchman Office, Wednesday Evening. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. Steady demand continues in nearly all grades & produce; lower quality, chaff, etc., suitable: for starving stock purposes being readily snapped up, only limited supplies arriving for i sale at Eedfern, prices for prime quality chaff, have firmed considerably. Generally the market has. limed throughout, and higher! priees expected to rise from 1st instant. •Wheat market having received more attention during the last few days, holders are asking higher prices; large quantities having changed hands in Victoria, at 4s 3d, 4s 4d f.o.b., same sellers asking 4s 6d f.a.q. Chaff, in good request, prime quality scarce, medium grades selling freely, rough quality very scarce. Maize, in good demand, only limited quantity available -at late quotations. Bran and Pollard, in short -supply, with probabilities of higher prices. Straw market firmer. Onions duU of sales, laige supplies, sales being made at con cessions...

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

Clias. E1 Wigzeld and. Son, Hairdressers, ORNAMENTAL HAIRWORKERS, Stage and Street -Wig-makers. Post Orders for Hair Work receive our sf ccial attention. /.B.—Note the Address— J39-iir OXFO/?0 STREET ONLY EXPERIENCE* - Is the berft teacher, and to rclynpon men of experience in matters of importance. what is more. important when a doctor gives you a prescription than' to nave it prepared by a drug-gist of known experience and oonfi* denct*. Bring them to JOSIAH PARKER, DispEsscfo Chemist, 221 William-fit., Sydney. Tel. 1779 MES. G-REGO 11EGISTRY OFFICE, 0 ENMORE ROAD (Newtown Bridge) - Estab. 11 yean. A. Trial kindly solicited. W. F. ROBERTS, ■ ■ - VIOLJNISi; (Of the Royal College of Mnaa, .EnglaajL T^ree year; ■ .Pupil of Herf Adolf Brodcwky, of Conservertoire, Leipsic). schools attended. For Terms, etc., apply " Watchman " Offioe, 35 Q.V Markets, York-street* ' «• WILSON £ GO.. Estate Agents, etc.,. TEAM' TERMINUS' (Opposite- Post Office. ENMGRE. • Milton ii. PAUTRin je, r.d„ • DEN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

;W. WEXNGARTNEiR, Hairdresser2&I Tobacconist, /VlarrickviHe-rd., Marrickville. G. G. OLDS • • . "WHOLESALE AND KKTAIL PICTURE FRKME MAKER. M OUXT- CUTTEJZ, ImTOETKK OK MOCXDI.VGS, Etc. Premises — SHEPHERD-STREET & CEORCE-ST. W (Opposite St. Barnabas' Cliurt:hl Cljeaptvi House in the .Trade. Send for Price Li^t.

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The Dark Ages. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

T The Dark Ages. In the " Daily Telegraph " of the 6th inst., a writer, under the signature of "Catholic," who, judging by his ingeffnitjy should have honestly signed "Jesuit,'1 quotes a uvimber of detached senten^s from various authors to prove that; during the Middle Ages Europe was a paradise and the,*wbole object of the Church' of Rome ; was .the enhancement of civil and'religious :liberty. * Catholic " gives u's the opinion* only t(not history) of certain persons who, forsooth; •he calls leading Protestants. As lie has not given us History.we'wilC for his enlightenment, as also for hig.feUexv .religionist?, .give .extracts from not a. ProtestaHt"but' a Holy Roman source. ^Catholic" forgets that it/was the civil 'powers of Europe 'who^ being disgusted and, horrified at. the utter- degradation and demoralization of the Church, called'the Gotih dl of'Constance; and, without further comment, ; we c£uotc from the Roman Catholic historian of tSe'Countiili Dietrich Vrie, a German monk...

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GREENHOUSE, FRAMES, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

' GREENHOUSE, FRA1IES,; 4c. , 3?or raising choice Uower seeds and for grow ing such plants as palms, begonias, etc., fa •frame or greenhouse is necessary, but in Hoi places a bush house will suit the purpose. These are easily made. You get a wooden frame and covqr it with bush oar scrub to keep 'the sun from getting in. Most x*i -the choice .plants will succeed witbont'heat; that is to say, where pcaches grow. A greenhouse cr frame, should be" well ar-ed, but no draughts should be allowed to penetrate. The plants should be kept as close to the wall • as possible. Insect posts often make their way :in*o these houses, uud for such pests, as scale • and red spider, sponge with a solution of Fir tree Oil or an emulsion of kerosene and soft soap. Should these not prove successful, try a quassia chip's solution; that is, boil 4 ounces of quassia with 1£ quarts of wafer till only half remains. Use one tnblespoonful with half a : gallon of water for spraying. In very hot weather shade as mu...

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Agricultural Column. FLOWER GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

Agricid^urai^'. Ooluiim. I -i li&»WEE GABD'EN. I A pretty garden should , be divided ont into -walks, beds, and lawns, and; as these 'are ar ranged socpneinay judge "as to-whether the .garden is *weU laid out or not. .--Walks. These should not be less than three feet wide, ■and should be laid ont on a curve, for a curve is the line of beauty and ought to be adopted in •beds as well as walks. In going to make walks you should have a clear idea abcrnt what you ire gbragla do and how- you are going to lay them out, and not go aimlessly at the work, .as is so often the ease. The surface should be coated with- gravel to a depth of 2 inches, or better still,'fcsphalt, though this, of. course, is jnore expensive. Beds. ■ These, as 1 said before, should also be laid >out m curves and raised towards the middle of the bed. In making a flower border, the small .growing plants should be put near the front ■and the bigger ones at the back. Then the ^varieties should be well mixed, so ...

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FLOWER CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

FLOWER CALENDAB. "Annuals and Perenials may now be planted. Fuschias. These can also be planted. In cold rlifwntefl nothing can be done with •.sowing this month, but the soil must be pre pared for 60wing in later months. Keep the ground free from weeds and look • out for insect pests.

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TENDER ANNUALS. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

TENDER ANNUALS. This includes asters, coxcombs, stocks, lyinnias. These, of course, will not stand -frost, therefore they must be sown in spring and raised under cover early in that season; they should then be transplanted when all < danger of fro6t is over.

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

Editor's Letter Box. A. Wuitklaw and F. Flueooe.—Please write on oue side of the paper only. Head our instructions on the front page of the "Watch man. E.J.F.—Many thanks for your advice. We will act on it, and call upon the gentleman this week. We believe in cricket, it is a tine manly sport; that is, as long as it is kept in its proper place. We will do our best to include it in our synopsis. The cricket chronicler will be a welcome addition to our staff, and his notes, if well written, should open up another world of readers. Miss Haviland. — Will use your story shortly. It is beautifully writtvu. Oxk or You.—Kindly send your real name and address, not for publication, but as a guuvmitee of good faith.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

Baby's Cough must never Linger. Xything is wore du>tn>Aiuy: tlutti to kv a helpler* ittlc infant Nutfcriu^ with a uml to bo fearful of usui£ii remedy, win eh way contain sum' harmful iu gredienttf. The luaker* of ChaiuberbunV Cou^h lteuiedy positively guaruntee thai thin ptvpunition dixt> not e»ni turn opium iu any form, or any other lutrmful Mibctumv. Mothers may eoufideutly eive thU remedy to their little ones. It given prompt relief, aud U perfectly Nife. It always curv*, aud curt* quickly. l.K.

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Bishop Doyle's conduct characterised as that of a Guttersnipe. (Extracted from, the "Northern Star." July 2nd.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

Bishop Boyle's conduct cha racterised as that of a Gutter snipe. 'Extracted from, tlie "Northern Star." Julv2nd.^ I At the Lismore Council meeting-, held on Monday, June 1G, (as reported at the time), a letter was received and read from the Council's valuers, Messrs. St, H. Peard and R. li. Jack, stating the result of an interview they lmd with Bishop Doylp, "while in the execution of their duty. Consideration of the letter was deferred pending the arrival of certain information which the Bishop refused to supply. This was forthcoming at last Monday night's Council j meeting when the Mayor moved that the Coun cil resolve itself into a committee of the whole for the consideration of the matter. Alderman Maxwell moved an amendment that the letter and report be considered in i public, as he could see no reason why it should be considered w camera. Bishop Doyle was no more to him or anyone else than a mere rate payer, and as such should receive only that consideration due to eveiy ratej...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

JLoug live the King ■ But who can teli The oer+ainty of life. The man who feels to-Jay bo well, Muy die of Meiues.- rife. Coughs aud colds art* prevalent ill* , W hk'h we must all endure, . : j i Though wt ma *ave the doctor's bill# s-* With Wool*' ' • REAT PiCPI'RMClS'T CuHK. " *

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

A. CAMERON, Bootmaker and Repairer - - 159A ENMORE UOAD, ENMOBE. Motto: Civility and Satisfaction. ROBBIE St ROSe. ^3 sees? A. ROBBIE, M. ROSE, S Macanlev-Htrect, - . 95 - Denu^m-street, EEICHHABDT. WOOLAHUA. J. S. OLDHAM, ■*» .The People's Grocer, 192 Ring-st., NEWTOWN. Wholesale and Retail Grocer. ORDERS CALLED FOR AUD DELINKED. Chelmsford School, 2 STHNMORE ROHD. • Miss A. STICKLBY. Principal. Vocal and Instrumental Mun'ui thorough))' taught. Papfls prepared for all Exams. A. G. HAKE ^^ADDlV fc^HARNKSS MAKER, 337 SUSSEX ST., SYDNEY. Rcpairw Strongly and Neatly Done at. Lowest Price*. THE (jlobe Stfrdios. Tram Terminus, ENMORE Bromide Enlarging. Picture Framing. Operators sent to any part. Established 188S- Trl. 00 N. It in must important when a prescription if given by u medical man (and to get the full benefit of bis skill) to have it prepared by a fully experienced Chemiht. Be wii«, and bring them to WILLIAM WITHERS, Family and Dispensing Chemist, Corner of UONDOfi & EN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 2 August 1902

Watches Cleaned & Regulatea 2 e Best English Muin^prin^r. 2 <». Sixpence will pay for ]>o*tinfr and registering: your ■ watch to us All work done by u» is returned post | free. Chca]x>t house in Sydney for watches and I jewellery. All work guaranteed 12 months. j FRENCH'S 1 032 George-st., Sydney, AWe Liverj)oo1-st. TRUST MONEYS f°r Investment upon Mort gage of Freeholds, in larpe or njuuI! wumH, at moderate rates of interest No commission charged. George A. Raves, Solicitor, Attorney & Proctor, 108 PITT STREET (Opp, C.P.D.), SVD^EV. Tel. 3876. NEWMAN avd EDMUNDS, ENJVLORE CYCLE WORKS, 139 EN110RE KOAD, SYDNEY. Burglar Alarms, Electric Bells, etc., fitted. Bicycles for Sale and Hii*e. Bi<wuJe* Built to Order 011 any pattern, altered, STOVE ENAMELLED m REPAIRED. Freewheels fitted to Machine*-. - F-TTTvnuY BOOTMAKER, - 12 COWPER.ST., WAVERLEY, axd 70 QUEEN-ST., WOOLLAHRA. English, American and Colonial Boots and Shoes kept in Stock. Gent...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

534 George-street, Opposite Town Hall, SYDNEY. J Q proprietary Limited,

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