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The Torrey-Alexander Mission. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

The Torrey-Alexander Mission. du. torrev. Mn. ALEXANDER. "We have much pleasure in publishing- some interesting portraits in connection with the above mission, now in operation'at the Town hall. A full report hy " Our Special " will appear next issue. MOOnV*RTBI7E TN'STITTTTE. CHICAGO. For the training of missionary* students. Torrey has had charge since its inception.

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN OPEN LETTER To the Roman Catholics of Australia who favor Home Rule. No. I. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

AN OPEN LETTER To the Roman Catholics of Aus tralia who favor Home Rule. No. I. Gentlemen,— There ore among you at the present moment two sections belonging to one fairly large party; the one section composed of those who know Iielaud, and the other of tho&c who dou't. To both of you the Watchman has a few words to say, and desires to speak without giv.ng to either any unnecessary pain or offence. And first to refer to those who know, aud have lived in Ireland. You, gentlemen, occupy to-day a favorable position. You have been residents in both the land of your fathers, and of your choice, and should therefore be able to justly compare the two. What, above all thingc, does this comparison teach you? Do you re member the Ireland you have left behind; its poverty, its ignorance, its intellectual durk ughs, and its crimes Y Lookiug urouud the world to-day is it possible to find these four drawbacks repeated in any other quarter? Nowhere will you find them in England, Scotland, o...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Harry Long' Lectures. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

The Harry Long' Lectures. The Sydney lecture platform has been graced during the past week or so by Mr. Harry T^ong, the well-known champion of Protestantism, who has been lecturing in and around Sydney under the auspices of the Australian Protestant Defence Association. He began his campaign on Thursday, 31st July, at Scots' Church, when ho lectured on "Popery Means National Degradation," to a large audience. On Monday evening, Aug. 4th, he journeyed to Waverley, and lectured in the Presbyterian Church. He was advertised to lecture on " The Fall of Babylon," but in the lines of Tennyson, 11 someone had blundered," for this was a mistake, as the lecturer described how he won Glasgow Green from the Papists. The change of subject did not have any effect on the audience, who keenly relished the vivid description of Glasgow scenes and characters. Mr. Long lectured4at Balmain on Tuesday, and at Parramatta on Thursday. Next Monday he will make his final bow to a Cumberland audience at Ash...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Editor's Letter Box. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

Editor's Letter Box. H. Eastman*.—Letter received. "W.E.C.—The Act forbids j>arty processions, but it has been treated as null and void. Cabtiiona.—-Write to the " Anglican Church man." Enfield.—Church of ICngland. E. Munko.—Will enquire into it. Gaelam*.—Try Angus and Robertson.

Publication Title: Watchman
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AUBURNBRANCH, No. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

ATTRTJKNBRANCH. No.l-i. The inaugural meeting of the Auburn Branch was held on Monday, 21st July, at the Salva tion Army Barracks, Mr. "W. A. Mitchell being in the chair. The election of officers resulted as follows:—President, Mr. W. A. Mitchell: Vice-Presidents, Messrs. Robert Lightfoot and W. H. Clay; secretary, Mr. Geo. J. Somer- , ville; treasurer, Mr. T. P. Jones: committee, Miss Stevenson, Mesdames Manx. Hatton, and Duncan, Messrs. Duncan, Wm. Cheetham, Manx, Hands, senr., E. Lambeth, F. Burns, W. Wilson, and Midgley. It was decided to meet fortnightly, on Monday, at the Salvation Army Barracks. The members roll was aug-. mented to 70, and promises of support were ex pressed from every quarter of the district.

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

"SEMPER WHICH,- literally EADEM," translated, means THIS 18 "why THE LION BR $ OF CONFECTIONERY IS SO POPULAR. Q ONLY THE FINEST INGREDIENTS USED. IT IB THB GREATEST FAVOURITE WITH THE CHILDREN. MANUFACTURED ONLY 31 James Stedman,146 Cs£SK ST" UlfUTHD.

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LOWER BOTANY BRANCH No. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

I LOWER BOTAiTY BRANCH Xo. 14. The first annual meeting of the Botauy Branch was held on Monday evening in the Wesleyan school-room. There was a fair at tendance of members. After the formal, business was gone through, if was carried almost unanimously that there be a standing ad. in the Watchman.1' It was decided to get 50 rule books. The Secretary was instructed to try and make arrangements for holding all future meetings in a central part of Botany, and if possible on the last Monday in each month. The election of officers resulted as follows :—President, Aid. W. Stephens; vice-presidents, Rev. J. F. Orr and Aid. Bishop; secretary, Mrs. T. Kirkham; treasurer, Mr. S. Glanville; auditors, Messrs. C. Farran and B. Boyd. Representative, Aid. Bishop. A strong Committee was also elected. The Rev. J. Orr, Wesleyan minister, then gave ia brief, but very interesting account of his travels through Ireland. After a vote of thanks to the Rev. J. F. Orr (who has just joined the Branch), the m...

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

RETURN OF THE WANDERER. - . RESTORATION OF 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 FOR THE ACCOMMODATION OF THE FOLLOWING DEPARTMENTS IS NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. FURNITURE DEPARTMENT, BEDSTEAD <t BEDDING, CARPETS & FLOOR ' COVERINGS, FURNISHING UI'HOLSTERY, DECORATIVE DRAPERY & BLINDS, and they will be housed In a style of magnificence and conv enience hitherto unknown in Aus tral i a. In building the new store the question of light has been given special prominence, with • the result that the glorious light of day shines into every corner. This is one of the signB of the Phoenix rising from the ashes of the Great Fire of July, 1901. More will follow. JMhong {Mem $ Sons, nammi pronto. HAYMARKET (ONLY), SYDNEY. 9 '■ SWEEL NELL . OF AUSTRALIA'S TESTIMONY. Musgrove'e New English Comedy and Dramatic Company, Ju...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Our Legal Column. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

Our Legal Column. Enquiries sbouid be addressed to "Lex," Watch* hak Office, 35 Market Buildings, York-street, and utvrt be accompanied by the subjoined printed application. This column is intended to afford information and practical advice to^coircfcpondenta, -with regard to any legal difficulties -which they may experience. Questions submitted may often require research, and therefore should reach this offioe not later than Monday of the week in which a reply is desired. APPLICATION TO ACCOMPANY ENQUIRY. To "Lex," "Watchman** Office, 35 Market Buildings, York-street, Sydney. Please answer in " The Watchman " the annexed question. Reply to be addressed to J. McD.—You have an absolute right to the custody of your child, and to direct in what re ligious faith she shall be brought up, 'You should not allow the child to be educated in re ligious principles which you do not approve, for if you allowed her to obtain firm hold of these doctrines it might be held that you had aban doned yo...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE HOME OF CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

THE HOME OF OBIME. Sydney its magnificently served with tlio finest .'parks and open spaces in the world, wherein her residents may enjoy the-pure sunshine, feasting their eyes upon scenery which can nowhere else be equalled, and runs but little risk of over being surpassed. But what is by day our. glory and our boast, at night bocomes our dishonor and our shame. For here is the home of villainy, and of such scenes of sin and crime as are utterly in famous and disgraceful. No sooner does the dark robe of night fall over the city, than these places become awakened to what is in reality their day. A large population pours in through tbe main gates standing invitingly open. The seute and dark places all find their occupants, and villainy is soon at work. Scarcely a single night pusses without complaints of rob bery, frequently wiili violence, being made to the ; un<l ju l»ut fow cases is any capture jiiuilu. To pass through any of these parks after night-fall, unleBS well pr...

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

Church Agents. Tliw following agents have beoii approved and appointed by the " Watchman" Board: Miss Ella Hodgson, 41 Chelsea-street, Redfem, (for the Cleveland-street Methodist Church.) Mr. M. J. Bewicke, Mount View, Bega. (for Bega.) Mr. Ernest S. Ritchie, Merry daiu, Albert-street, Stun inoro (for Petersham ana ^larrickville.) Mr. Robert Luinsden, Beaumont (for Bcauuiont). Mrs. Alexander Robertson, Kylstono (for Ry ktone).

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE Watchman CIRCULATION 13,000. SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1902. THE POPE AND FREEMASONRY. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

CIRCULATION 13,000. 8ATUBDAY, AUGUST 9, 1902. THE POPE AND FEEEMASONEY. It will be remembered that some few years ago the Pope issued an Encyclical Letter to all his subjects throughout the world, forbid /. ding them to join any secret society whatsoever, - - and more especially that known as the Free masons. Recent events have brought thin letter into more direct prominence, so that certain mombers of the "Roman Catholic i Church in Australia are threatened with the painB of excommunication, if they follow the : dictates of their heart. This has occurred in j the following manner. The Freemasons in I and around Sydney have long decided upon ; giving a,Coronation Ball in honor of the King j and his accession to the Throne. It does not by any means follow that attendance at this I Ball is restricted to those who are members of the craft, because naturally a large number of; ladies will be present, and it is well-known; that no female can belong to this Institution. But the holding of...

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

YELLOW JOURNALISM. Sir,—Under this heading there appears a long article in this week's Roman "Catholic Press,'' which I read with interest, hut nut with delight, as I wanted to find out what that paper —the 3d. liar—had to say about the dreadful yellow journalism. It is a great wonder to mc why the " Press" has not a green cover instead of the present " dirty-yellow " one. It asks the question, "Why do the dailies go in for this yellow journalism?" This is an im portant question, and one that can with safety be answered, viz., because those doily papers desire to publish truth, and not fabrications and Jesuitical theories and concoctions. That is why. The daily papers support the Protestant cause to a certain degree, and pander a little to the Catholic side, but why they should be sneered at by such an organ as the " Press" puzzles me exceedingly. I like reading the " Press," not because of its truthfulness (?), but because it reveals the rottenness of the Roman Catholic religion it...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INDEX EXPURGATORIOUS. (To the Editor of the WATCHMAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

INDEX EXPUKGATORIOUS. (To the Editor of the Watchmax.) Sir,—Every week your valuable journal throws most interesting light upon R. C. methods which, but for the Watchman, would not be known to many thousands, and although the effects are surely stirring into activity all sincere Christians in this State, it is possible the full value of the information is not fully availed of I In view of this, permit me to suggest that, as a result of the publication of your leader of this week, Protestants in every School of Arts, Beading Room, Library, &c., should be invited to compile a list of works catalogued at their institution, in which are fearlessly set forth the iniquities of the Papacy, and insist upon having those books available for all readers . in strict conformity with the rules, and when such books disappear demand an enquiry, and see that if loBt, other copies be immediately obtained. The Vigilance Committee might go further, and secure for public information other works ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

m Beautiful Pictures Qd. ■Ml Half-tone* printed'on Art paj'or, Q ^ortb framing, Inclmlliie the most beeutifnl Mtraaa oo the Aastral h. Bta^e, Grace Falotta m in three colors (11x10),m —— ia two colore (18x10); Judging Day »t Sydney Show (U x 10); the Town Hell, Sydney; General Port Office, Sydney; the Sydney Hoepital: the Btato Secretary's Office j tfceSydnuyCnrtem House; the Eoyal Exchange (til 12 x" 10), aleo Shipping, Coal Mining ea£ Featoral The plctnree ere equal to the beet English end Amerieaa print*. " The Bute Pictorial" la iDuetratire end deecrlptive of eieij Poet free B4« TU Commucux. PomuBsuo Cot. L**^ y 87 Ptr» Btur, 8tm«.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

NOTICE, SPECIMEN copies of "The Watchman" are twit to probable subscribers, and when oar boauees , manager does not receive a remittance from those to | whom papers are sent, the papers are then ! Those who have rcocived specimen copies and wiah 1 them continued will please take a note ofthia. " Nothina succeeds like Success." the Largest Bread Business South of the Equator "WILLIAM WHITE REDFERN. BranohJFactoiy : Bbsketeyille Boas, Newtown. Telephone 1076 Central. ^ Telephone, 367 Newtown.

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News of-the Churches. [Contributors to this column are requested to send in their notes not later than Wednesday morning.] [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

News of-the Churches. [Contributors to this column are«requested to send in their notes not later than Wednesday morning-.] The Myiorama " Ben Hur" was shown by ! Messrs. Lewis aud Byer to an overflowing audience, at the Cleveland-street Methodist Churchy ou "Wednesday last. The large audi ence fully endorsed the high encomiums already paid to this entertainment. On Sunday, at the Cleveland-street Methodist Church, the pastor, the Rev. A. S. Swift, preached a special sermon, with reference to the recent disaster at Mt. Kembla, taking as his text tho'words from Pa. xevii. 2, "Clouds and darkness are round about Him; righteousness and judgment are the habitation of TT?g throne." He said that, as a result of this sad catastrophe, the miners would in future probably use safety lamps, aud urged his congregation to provide themselves with the safety lamp of God's truth. The choir, under the*baton of Mr. E. Bunt, rendered an appropriate anthem. . The weekly meeting of tho Young People's Gu...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

VERY PREVALENT. Influenza is always inure or Itss prevalent • at this I bgusou of the year. This disaisc is very i-imilar to & jV povero cold, and if allowed to hike its course, i« liable ; to cause serious result*. The best treatment for influ enza is to avoid exposure, and take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. This medicine give* inimodiate relief, and if used as directed, will ward off all dangerous consequences. It leaver the system in u natural and hcnltliv condition. It always ciir-s. and cures quickly. AUSTRALIAN PROTESTANT DEFENCE ASSOCIATION. Mr. Harry Long-, (The Eminent Author and Lecturer froa. " Glasgow), ♦ 'Will** Lecture as follows:— At PAREAMATTA, Thursday, 7th August Subject: " How Glasgow Green was Won from the Papists." At ASHFIELI), Monday, 11th August, Subject: " Australian*PeriL" Lectures commence at 8 p.m. Collection PRECEPTORiES. Jy OYAL ULACK CHAPTER OK ireland.—PROVIN V CIAL GRAND chapter OF N.S.W.. Sir Samuel nu, P.G.M.; Eli Morranan, Grand Krgistrar. A...

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GRANVILLE BRANCH No. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

flVANVITXE BHANOH. No. 13. The annual meeting of the abovo Branch was held at the Congregational Cliurcli, on Friday, July 25, Rev. H. Wilson presiding. The report of the Secretary (Rev. T. E. Peirce) indicated that the formation of the Branch was resolved upon at a meeting hold in the Pres byterian Church, on February 14, tluit the in auguration of the Branch was celebrated by a public meeting, hold in the Town Hall, 011 March 5, and the first business meeting held at the Congregational Church, on March 7, when 134 members were elected. Since that time the membership roll has been increased to 17iJ. A lecture 011 "The Scottish Coven anters " has been given by Rev. J. Nairn A paper on " William, Prince of Orange," read by Mr. T. B. Watt; and a conference on the R.C. claim for separate grant for denominational 'schools, introduced by the Secretaiy of the Branch. A well attended social gathering has been held; montlily business meetings held on the first Friday of the month, and the m...

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ANNANDALE BRANCH, No. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

ANNANDALE BEAJNC1I, No. 11. Tlie annual meeting of tlie above Brunch was held at the Council Chambers, Jolinston street, on July 12. The Rev. Scott opened- the meeting with prayer. Alderman John S; Star ling (Resident) occupied the chair. Owing to the inclemency of the weather only about 60 members were present The Secretary r6ad the annual report, which was unanimously adopted. The election of ofEcers then took place, with the following results:—President, Alderman John T. Starling; Vice-President, Aldermen "W. J. Ferris and J. Sharp; Com mittee, Messrs. C. Anger, G-. McGill, H. Locke, T. K. Cooper, N. Best, J. T. Cox, J. McAlpine; Hon. Secretary, Mr. S. H. Abrams; Hon. Treasurer, Mr. W. M. ^Voods; Guardian, Mr. R. Crews; Auditors, Mr. A. Campbell and D. Stalker; Representative to Council, Mr. John Sharp. Mr. Turner addressed the meeting at some length on " Hemy of Navarre," which was keenly appreciated .by the members. The Committee have decided to hold a musical evening at the Co...

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