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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

I CLIFTON'S LILYWHITE STARCH, ftEE Fty)Nj ALL ADULTEFtoTidfi.

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

raw REV?LTFDRSCinX5A PrtnctpaL ■ > • 8JQJ-CUSS8MRDWG seam n* boys. The College charmingly aitaat-ed in ita own 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 jects,laundry, mend ing, etc. Established ten years. Prospec tus on application to the Principal. Tele phone, 49_K.

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY IMicvoo over night tho most stubborn oold, as well an all its complications-tickling in tbo throat, hnskyvoioo. f and violent coughing'. All dealers. 1/6. CoraBtalka! be proud of your State And help to push it along, Let the name of your country be great And tell people where yon belong. Also attend to your health, Or else you will soon be obscure, The Btuff that fe better than wealth Is Woods' Geeat Pbppkrmint Otoe. We are now oonduoting Funeral Business at Cheaper Rates than any cither similar establishment in Sydney or Suburbs. Embalming as praotiaoil )»y us, is a propouncad sucooss. > PmnpWot tomoil <m tltM. jiiuu bv our Prinoipal, Mr. Arthur 0. J. Wood. Head Office. 810 George Street, [next Savings' Bank] . Bru.clies in all principal Suburbs Telephone Call, 726. etc ~ ■■

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
" White Wings." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

" White Wings." We beg to acknowledge the receipt of a copy of that very readable and smartly conducted journal "White Wings," which elaborately fl- ■ lustrates and chronicles the aquatic sports of Australia. In a marine city like Sydney, a publication of this description is extremely use ful to aquatic lovers, but its racy style and at tractive compilation of news renders it also veiy alluring to many readers who have never handled an oar or steered a yacht. It is at present issued as a monthly, but now that "the , winter of our discontent" is nearly over, it will doubtless revert back to its original publication as a weekly. Mr. L. R. M'Leod, the editor, is to be heartily complimented upon the production of "White Wings," which should sail cheerily across the ocean of journalism for many a year to come.

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Another Jesuitical Fraud Exposed. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

Another Jesuitical Fraud Exposed. We take the following from the "Fife Free Press 99:— " MR. PRIMMER WRITES TO THE POPE. PRINCIPAL STORY'S LETTER. Pastor Jacob Primmer, Dumfermline, has sent the following registered letter to the Pope: —•' Pope X<eo XTTT-, Vatican, Rome.—On tho 15th May, 1901, Principal1 Story, D.D., LLD., of Glasgow, a Protestant University, sent you a . grovelling and outrageous letter which began thus:—4 To the Sovereign Pontiff £»eo Xf if. Most Holy, Most Reverend, Most Learned, the whole University of Glasgow, the Chancellor, Rector, Professors, Graduates, and students, &c," It then continued by falsely attributing to the auti-Christian Popedom the origin . and prosperity of Glasgow University, . and wherein the "whole University was made to proclaim that you were their 1 be* - loved mother,' and they 4 your dutiful daughter,' I, Pastor Jacob Primmer, minister of Townhili, Church of Scotland, Dumfermline,have to inform yon that on the floor o...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. A. B. Flohm's Recital. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

Mr; A. B. ilohm's Recital. Mr, JL B. Ilohm, who has scored n large measure of success in various elocutiou com petitions, gave a lyric and •drannvtio enter tainment in the Centenary Hall on Wednesday, .July 30th. The programme proved most inte resting, and the audience evinood their appre ciation by repeated salvoes of applause. Mr, Hohm's selections gave an ample opportunity to test his versatility, and it is hard to say whether he appears hest in gruvc «•]; guv items. He was intensely dramatic and «li< ctive in •"Denver's dream," from "The Silver King*," which has now become a classic ujunhg melo dramas. . Xh a lyric reoital of Pm*'M ,ino work "The Bells," he held Mb audience almost spell-bonnd. The mimicry and gestures in his "Story Without Words" were cleverly done. Tina item depicted with fearful realism the evils of gambling. In lighter vein was " The Bashful Man," and here Mr. Flohm had his ;audience infite of laughter. " Banjo " Patter son's "Han from Snowy River,...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
What Christian Endeavour Is Doing. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

What Christian Endeavour Is Doing. The,programme of "Sydney, 1902" is now in the hands of the printer. It promises to equal, if not surpass, those of previous years. In order to be in harmony with the times, the Coronation colours are being used, and the combination of crimson and gold is very effective. Many new speakers have been secured this year, the principal being the Australasian President, Rev. William Shaw, of Bendigo, Vic., who is to give an address on " Loyalty to our Earthly and to our Heavenly King," be sides filling several other important positions on the programme. * # * The sixth anniversary of the Central Meth odist Mission Y.P.S.O.E,, held on 17th July, was a refreshing and inspiring meeting. The body'of the Centenaxy Hall was well filled by members and friends. The meeting was pre sided over by Rev. W. G. Taylor, and with him on the ''platform were: Eev. Dr. Porter (President, N.S/W. Christian Endeavour "Union), Mass Green (Assistant Secretary), Mr. H. D. Gilbert...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
News of the Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

News of the Churches. On Tuesday evening, July 15, the gentlemen of the Granville Methodist Young People's Institute entertained the ladies and visitors. The Rev. C. J. McCoy acted as chairman, and the following programme was rendered:— Organ solo, Mr. A. H. Haigli, A.L.C.M; read ing, Mr. Garnet Mallinson; song, Mr. King ham; reading, Mr. Fletcher; duet, "Pretty, pretty maiden," Messrs. Kingham and Wilson; song, Old folks at home," Mr. B. Baker; reading, Mr. Townsend; song, "Pull away, my lads," Mr. "Wilson; Scotch song, Mr. T. McGregor; reading, Mr. Charles Ma'Jinson; organ §olo, Mr. Donald Macdonald; recitation, Mr. Arthur Fletcher; reading, Mr. Frank Deed; song, "Tit for tat," Mr. Kingliaui (in his famous feminine voice); comic reading, Mr. Muston; musical medley, Messrs. E. Baker, Townsend, Muston, Kingham, and Arthur Fletcher. This brought the programme to a close, after which the gentlemen handed round refreshments. The St. George's Mutual Improvement Society held its fortnigh...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE POPE ON FREEMASONRY. THE LOCAL PRIEST AT ST. MARY'S DECLARES MASONS TO BE A BAD LOT. HE THREATENS TO EXCOMMUNICATE ANY OF HIS FLOCK WHO AGAIN ATTEND A MASONIC BALL. (TO THE EDITOR OF "THE WATCHMAN.") [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

THE POPE ON FREEMASONRY. The Local Priest at St, mahy's Declares Masons to be a Bad Lot. He Threatens to Excommunicate Any of His Flock Who Again Attend a Masonic Ball.| -J ,(toj|thb editor*of^"jthe^watchman.") Dear Sir,—At St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church on Sunday morning last, 27th instant, the Bev. "Father" Hennessy read the ency clical letter issued by Pope Leo, Chief Officer of the B.C. Church. This letter denounces Masons as it does everything outside the pale of the B.C. Church. The Bev. "Father" Hennessy in his comments used some scathing epithets, and declared that Masons are opposed to law and order, and a " had lot." It is remarkable how this man, supposed to be a Christian, could in a public place of worship get up and make such a sweeping declaration considering that he knows nothing about Freemasonry. I think he must have forgotten if ha ever learnt it, that the Scripture teaches to "Judge not lest ye be judged." Most people would, however, like some proof of his stat...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

A SILVER WATCH FOR NOTHING. We hereby undertake to GIVE ONE of our famous SILVER WATCHES, listed at £2 10s j (Lady's or Gentleman's) to every Man, Woman, or Child who sends us the Correct Reading of the following puzzle:— | A WrrCHM,N "8 A N'C'SSTY. j The only condition is that if your aDswer is corrcct you purchase one of our Solid Sterling Silver Chains to wear with the Watch. SEND NO MONEY, simply forward your answer, <ind enclose stamp, and addressed envelope (2d), so that we may inform yoa if you have won the watch. There is no necessity to cut out this advortiHcmuut. We are making this offer solely with the objeet of introducing and advertising our goods. Address, THE MANAGES, JTHE ENGLISH WATCH CO., P.O- CHAMBERS PITT 8TBEET, SYDNEY

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"THE TRIUMPH OF THE PRESS." (To the Editor of the WATCHMAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

"THE TRIUMPH OP THE PBE88." (To the Editor of the Watohmas.) , Sir,—Would you allow me, as a great ad mirer of the fidelity of the Watchman, to tender you my sincere thauks for your splendid article criticising Bev. Mr. O'Regau's action in reference to the exclusion of certain literature from the Taree School of Arts. We have met this same reverend gentlemen before when, by hia uncalled for and untruthful attacks on -Orangeism, he drew down the ridicule of all decent citizens of Taree on his head. From the time of his arrival in the district it has boon his delight to publicly ridicule every thing Protestant, but it seems that the Catholics of Toreo are not so ignorant as not to see that, 4ftor all, in the end truth will prevaiL This was well evinced in the case roforred to by you, when the Taree Sohool of Arts Committee, —of which Br. Gorznley, a Boman Catholic and & leading public man in Taree, and Mrs. Har diznnn, a Catholic lady alwayn ronowned for her liberal opinions, ...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Correspondence. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] THE PUBLIC SERVICE AND MR. GRIFFITH; M.L.A. To the Editor of the WATCHMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

Correspondence. [ We do not hold ourselves responsible for the | opiniona expressed by our Correspondents.] THE PUBLIC SERVICE AND MR. GBEFFITB; M.L.A. To the Editor of the "Watchman. Dear Sir,—A week or two ago there ap peared in one of the daily papers a letter from the above-named legislator, traversing the statements of the Eev. Wools Butledge at the annual Orange demonstration on this question. Well, the "open letter" to the Collector of Customs in the Watchman's issue of the 19th ulto. ought to be a sufficient answer to that indignant gentleman's challenge. But lest it should not, in his opinion, be conclusive, we may inform him that a great deal occurs in Government departments which escapes the cognizance of Public Service Boards. Tyranny is not quite unknown, and favouritism is not an utter stranger. Too much fawning, ear frigepng, and leg-pulling are required by officers, who frequently through no merits of their own, but by sheer luck, have attained what to them proves a ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Correspondence. [We do nut hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] A CORRECTION. (To the Editor of the WATCHMAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

Correspondence. I We do nut hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents."] A COBRECTION. (To the Editor of tha Watchman.) gir,—I bob that in the very good report of my speech at the annual meeting of the P.D.A. I am made to say that tho name of God had been banishod frotn the Victorian public schools. Now I said that the name of " Christ" had been excised from the school boo]:n. As a matter of fact tho name of " Qoi " was per mitted to stand, so that there was in the books a thin theism, and I have always been careful to point that out, because it made the claim that there was no religion taught in the schools absurd. .. .. And our claim was that if any religion at all was taught it should be the religion of the bulk of the people, and not that of the smallest sect, the Unitarians. I should, therefore, be glad if .you would' have the statement that the name of "God" was excluded corrected. ■With kind regards, I i-omain, yours faithfully, A. HARPER. St...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE DANGEK OF SENDING PROTESTANT CHLLDEEN TO CONVENT SCHOOLS.—ANOTHER NARROW ESCAPE. (To the Editor of the WATCHMAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

THE DANGEK OF SENDING PBOTES TANT CHLLDEEN TO CONVENT SCHOOLS.—ANOTHER NAR ROW ESCAPE. fTo the Editor of the Watchman.) Sir,—In answer to your correspondent sign* ing himself "A Narrow Escape," in "which he says that at one of the leading Church of Eng land schools in Sydney he was asked the sum of £80 per annum for tuition and board, &c., I would beg to draw his attention to what is being done in Bega^ for the Protestant Cause, and to cite one particular case that came' under my notice. About a year ago, a Church of England Protestant High School was established under the charge of a Deaconess, in Bega, and so far has met with remarkable suocess. At the present time the boarders number nine, and they have a doily attendance of about fifty day scholars. The staff consists of five teach* ere (one a B.A.) The tuition isjboth thorough and sound. The Bchcol is large and beauti fully and healthily situated. Although under the wing of the English church, the teaching is evangelica...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stories from the Past. XI. HOLLAND'S STRUGGLE FOR RELIGIOUS FREEDOM. (Continued.) (All Rights Reserved.) WILLIAM'S DOWNFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

0 Stories from tiie Past. XL HOLLAND'S STRUGGLE FOE RELIGIOUS FREEDOM. (Continued.) By C.E.S.T. ^ (All Rights Reserved.) William's Downfall. Thns bj slow but sure methods Alva was winning back all that the fortunes of war had lost to him in the earl}- part of the year. At that time the splendid victory of Louis of Nassau at Heiliger-Lee, followed by the open manner in which William of Orange set about levying troops to resist Pliilip, had won the people everywhere to his side. Town after town hoisted the banner of the Prince and bid defiance to Alva, wliile the hopes of the Netherlanders had still further risen at the promises of support wliich reached them from the Huguenots of France on the one side, and the many Protestant princes of Germany upon the other. All this was now to show a sudden change, and the hopes of the Netherlanders to sink down into the dust. The massacre of St. Bartholomew had had a double effect; it not only stopped all relief coming from Fraiice, but it stopp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

. =33iasii?<3ss The WATCintfAX, a Weekly Journal of Soda?, Political, and Religious Progrena. Pabliahed every Thursday. Office: 35 Queen Victoria Market*, York-street, Sydney. Telephone No. 2564. • Hie above terms are subject to re vision if the Federal Postage Bill come* into operation, and if so, Hubucriber* ore kindly requested to forward the neoesaary postage. The Management reoommend subscribers to proenre TheTVatchsiax from tlieir Newsagents, to -whom their subscriptions would be payable. Bat if this is incon venient, they may apply direct to Tub W&tchuax Officc. A31 subscriptions must bo prepaid, and will !»e acknowledged in this column. The "Watcjixaj." offers special facilities tor advertising, the terms of which may be had of it* canvassers, or upon application at the office. All Literary Communications to be addressed to the Editor, 0 Jainie*on-9treet, :md Business Communica te the Manager, 3*i Queen Victoria Markets, York street, Sydney. Subscribers' T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

For Good Value in Drapery .. TRY .. Edward tyorderri's. Season's Novelties Now Opening. - - ' White fob Prices a>t> Sascples. CLOTHING and MEJTS MERCERY Our Specialty. EDWARD HORDERN, 666 and 668 GEOBGE STREET (Brickfield Hill). Drunkenness or the Liquor Habit, Inebriacy, and Alcoholism in any form CURED BY EUCRASY. Can be given secretly or otherwise. Placed in a cup of tea, coffee, or in food, its presence cannot be noted. WARRANTED PERFECTLY HARM LESS and easy to administer. It operates so quietly and with such certainty that the patient undergoes no inconvenience, and ere he is aware Lis complete reform is efferted. DRUNKENNESS IS A DISEASE, and EUCRASY is a safe, sure and speedy antedote. "Write for boot of particu lars and testimonials from living ^witnesses—sent post free (scaled) to any address. Tiie mm co., f.2 HUNTER-ST. SYDNEY. THEO. LORENZ. LAPIDARY & JEWELLER, All Precious Stones Cut and Polished on the premises. Sixteen years* experience in Colonies. 38 3V...

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The Protestant Watchtower. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

The Protestant Watelitower. | Sir E. Barton Blessed by the Pope.— Tlie priest's papor—the Catholic Pms—mu&t, of course, blow its trumpet over tlie success of Jesuit manoeuvring as evidenced in tlie pre senting of the Federal Premier to the Pope; and it professes to have a special correspondent at Rome, probably our well-known acquaint ance Dr. O'Haran, who reports the interesting affair. Sir Edmund was lionised iu Home ; had court paid to him as a "monarch." His , guide, philosopher, and friend was none less than our pugnacious Cardinal Moran, who was j most assiduous in his attention to his protege. Scripture saith—" "Wheresoever the carcase is, there will tho, eagles fie gathered together." A " carcase " has that about it which draws eagles to it. Roman u eagles " would not be drawn toward a real live, health}' Protestant. The Roman "eagles," liko tho other species gather around a carouse to get something oft" it, and it was with this in view Sir Edinond was caressed; hono...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

<• STOP THAT COUGHING. You caii ntop that coughing by u>»mg CliumberlainV Cough Remedy. It relieves tlie lungs, uida expeeto ratiou and effectt-Ja prompt and permanent cure. AU dealers, 110. «

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

The Careful Mother to eriUetl of the Kind of milk given her children, f on* milk tastes good t looks allright, but lacks aeovlsKiB# qualities tiitd cleanlinesa. ^ ^ ^ OUR PASTEURISED MILK IS AN IPEAL MILK Xt is ■bnOftntlly rich in <ireaa» absolateiy £tb& from Chemical PreservatiTesi and is the product of the BEST HERDS' IN THE STATED i? PEL1VERED REGULARLY IN CITY CSb SUBURBS N.S.W. Fresh Food (St, Ice Co. Ltd., Sydney 'duct b P ^ I JKBS | idney M

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