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NEWCASTLE BRANCH, No. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

NEWCASTLE BRANCH, No. 10. A largely attended meeting was held in St. Andrew's School-hall on Tuesday evening, 29th July, when the Rev. Dr. Dill Macky de livered a lecture on "Protestant Defence." The chair was occupied by. the Rev, R. M. Bowles, the Revb. J. Crookstou and ~W. Bain also occupying scats on the platform. Dr. Dill-Macky, who is president of tiie As sociation, was warmly received, and said he was an out-and-out opponent of Roman Catho licism, but was not opposed to any Roman Catholic. Looking back, they saw that the Reformation was the revolt of the people against the usurpation by the priests of the power to in tervene between man and God, and especially in the absolution of sin. It was contrary to the teaching of the Bible to say that indulgences for sin could be purchased for money. It was out of that error arose the doctrine of purgatory, which taught that the souls of the departed were in torture for ages, and that the priests alone held the power to open or close t...

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

Notice of Removal C. GIFFORD MOORE, House & Estate Agent, has REMOVED to those com' modious Offices in the MUTUAL LIFE BUILDINGS, 14 Martin Place, opposite the G.P.O. Tel. 607. W. F. ROBERTS, ~ ... VIOLINIST (Of the Royal College of Music, England. Three year Pupil of Heir Adolf Brodesky, of Const*rvertoirc, Leipwe). , SCHOOLS AITENDED. ForTenn-sr.eto., apply 44 Watchman" Office, 35 Q.V Markets, York-street. PIANOFORTE. MRS. C. GIFFORD MOORE (Pupil of Sir Charles Halle) Receive* pupils at her nNidence, ALVERTOX, AMBROSE-ST.. HUNTER'S HILL, And at Paling*' and Elvy%«, George *t„ Sydney. Telephones—GG7 Central Exchange, 7iJ Hunter's Hill. ■■■ J Sack Suits to Order 55s, K K /. LUDG-ATER, g I > Ml The Leading Oxford-st. v/1 TAILOR, Tel. :i"l AVilliam-st. JX*;ar Crown Street Watches Cleaned & Regulated 2/6 Be»t English Mainspring, 'I f>. Sixpence will pay for posting and registering your watch t/» us All work done by u* i> returned post free. Cheapest hou*e in Sy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

The Federal Capitil it appears Goes begging for a site, It may be quite a hundred year? • Before it sees tbe light. Id tbo meanwhile let us try t To make our ailments fewer, To coughs and colds we'll say good-bye With Woods' Giieit Pk?fekuxkt Cu&s

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Little Folks. RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

Our Little Folks. fconducted by "Alwtle."] 1. Writers mast be between the ages of six and fifteen, and must state their aged -when writing. 2. Writers to "Auntie" must write on one Hide of the paper only. 3. Letters may be upon any subject of interest to the writer—Abort stories, accounts of their amusement* and rTcations, reading, favourite toys, etc. 4. Letters must be original, writteu aud composed by the children them^lvea. 5. Address all letters to 44 Auntie," v o. " Watch man *' Office. 35 Queen Victoria Market**. York-street. My Dear Young Folk,— The name of the winuer of the prize on " why Sir E. Barton got a medal from the Pope" will be published in next week's issue. All com petitors for the next prize offered—a map of New Zealand—must send in their maps on or before the 14th August!. One girl has sent a letter this week without signing her name. I would like all my nephews and nieces to be very careful, and attach their names to any letter or work sent in, as by not doing...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ST. PETER'S BRANCH, No. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

ST. PETER'S BRANCH, No. 17. A branoli, bearing the above iiurno, was opened In the Church of England School-hall 011 Thursday evening, 31st ult. The chair was , occupied by Mr. W. M. Madgwick, and on the platform were Messrs J. FuUick and Davidson, M.'kI/.A., aiul Rev, 15. Stephens. There was an excellent attendance, considering the short notice given to the residents of the district. Twonty-five membors were elected. The fol lowing were chosen olhuo-beurors:—President Eev. B. Stephens; vice-presidents Messrs. John Annabel and Atweli; treasurer, S. Gillett; secretary, Thos. Lee, a Leesborough," Alfred street, St. Peters.

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Australian Protestant Defence Association. THE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

Australian Protestant fence Association. THE COUNCIL Met in the bcots Unurcii Manse on Tuesday, the 5th. It was resolved to aek the several branches to contribute towards the relief of the families suffering- through the Mount Kembla catastrophe. It was further resolved to send a telegram of congratulation to the ProteBtant "Union of Victoria, the inaugural meeting of which was held in the Assembly Hall, Collins-street, Mel* bourne, on "Wednesday, August G. The fol lowing telegram was accordingly sent:—" The Protestant Defence Association of New South Wales sends greeting and congratulation to your. Union, and prays tlrnt your efforts for the maintenance of civil and religious liberty maj* bo most successful."

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

DAIRY PRODUCE. Butter—Creamery, 1/6 per lb. Pasteurised 1/G£, per lb. Factory, 1/5 to l/r>. Dairy, 1/4$, 1/5- * Pastry, 1/2", l/2i. Bacon—Sides: M-cLean's, /9, Manning's /9 b /9 per lb Middles,* /9J, /10. Flitches, /8, /9. Shoulders, /7. to /8 . Cheesk—N.S.W., loaf, 8f, /9 per lb. Medium size, /£&, /8-J. Victorian, /8i, /8^. N.Z. /8*, /I). Eogs—Southern, l/2±, 1/3 per doz. Northern, 1/2. New laid, 1/3, 1/4". Xiaxuh—Bladder, /9. i Bulk, /8k —Scarce. N. S. W. /10 to /II tuid 1/- per lb. N.Z., /10, /ll. Poultby—Fowls: Hens, 2/9, 3/-; prime 3/G, 4/3 pair. „ Boosters, 3/G, 4/6; prime, 5/-, 6/ Ducks 3/-, 3/9, prime 4/-, 6/G. . Geese, 5/-, 6/. Turkey hens, f>/-» 6/-, prime 6/G, 7/6. „ cocks, 8/- 10/-; prime, 12/-, 14/G FARM PRODUCE. . Maize—Prime 5/0 per bushel. Northern, 5/0, Other quality, 4/11. Chaff—Local prime, G/l.">/-, 7/-/- per ton. • Medium, G/-/», to 6/10/ Oti>er quality,-5/10/-, 5/15/-. Victorian, 6/5/-, G/l J/*. Adelaide, 6/12/6 to G/15/-. Tasmanian, G/5/-. ...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial. The Watchman Office, Wednesday Evening. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

Commercial. The Watchman Office, Wednesday Evening. FABM A_N'D DAIRY PRODUCE. Brisk demand continues in all departments of fodder. Wheat market firming consider ably, milling quality being held for higher prices, values being quoted equal to 4s 7d per bushel for town supplier. Chickwheat nucd firm, 4s Id, 4s 4d per liushel. With largeship ments of Argentine maize now alongside, buyers are chniy of operating, presuming prices may ease. Of the shipment per Selsdon the buflc of the cargo is booked for Queensland; quality of the maize being prime, but small grain. Bran and pollard being very scarce, millers are asked liigher prices for small lote available. Chaff: Prime quality very scarce, at improved rates ; £7 per ton being asked for prime importations; medium, £6, £G I Us: rough sorts in great demand for starving stock purposes. Oats in good request. Oaten liay in brisk demand at slightly iirmer rates. Onions ruled firmer. Supplies of straw veiy low, ponding further arrivals. 1 'ota...

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

TheTlugue has come to litftat uyain To give ua-ull a Hcare; Death glares us in the face, that's plaiu, Let every one take care. Attend to evi-rv ailment that You may have to endure, Drive off your cough and put on fat With Wood*' Great pewehmist Cube.

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Sir E. Barton and the Pope. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

j Sir E. Barton and the Pope.. Now that particulars are to hand of the visit of Sir E. Barton to the Pope, the question arises: Iu what respect did Sir Edmund pay his respect to Leo, as a private individual or as the Prime Minister of the Commouwealth of Australia. As a private' person .it is Sir Edmund's own business if he chose to visit the Pope: but if he, as Prime Minister of Australia, a Protestant country,_ pays homage •—for it really amounts to that—to the Pope, then his action concerns eveir Protestant in Australia, for by so doing he does not repre sent, but rather misreprese/ifs the three-fourths majority of our Commonwealth. It appears that upon Sir Edmund's arrival in Rome, .Cardinal Moran took charge of him, as'they are considered to be " fast friends." These words bear a significant meaning to those who read between the liues, their fuller meaning is yet to be realized in a political sense, when both Sir Edmund and the Cardinal return to Australia. It was considered an...

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

LOOK OUT FOR MRS- SHEPHERD S NEW BOOK, The Life of SisterSaifiaia Ohryk, > OR Tk jiorrors of JIib GarmelilB gunnery, Iti which pluco nhe was imprisoned in u dungeon ' for 21 yeaw. OBTAINABLE AT THE OFFICE OF tyessrs. W. M. MAOCWIC^ and SONS, 35 QUEEN VICTORIA MAIIKKIS, SYDNEY.

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Bees and Poultry. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

Bees and Poultry. Gkeex Food foii Hens.—Where hens liave not a good grass i*un some provision should be made for green food, for without green food liens do not lay. Where there is not a natural supply something must he grown. Many writers and poultry dealers recommend grow ing cabbage, lettuce, clover, lucerne, etc., all of which are good, but I have never seen anyone advocate Rape (Brassica Napus). Yet there is not a better plant for the purpose, as it will grow ; almost anj-where, can be cut down repeatedly, and grows up stronger each time. Allow the leaves to grow, then cut or pull off each leaf; do not injure young leaves coming on, and a plot will keep you supplied all the year round. Fowls eat it with avidity. Bitoom* Hens.—To break hens of the desire ' to set puzzles many people, especially if they i are cochius; and mauy expedients are tried, more or less successful, while some are cruel, as dipping in cold water, starviug, etc. There is no need for such methods. The best w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

OUBSOLEBIPI Is to make a per manent customer, and to do this we must give you per fect satisfaction. JOHN GROPLEY & SONS, 800 CjEORGE ST., SYDNEY Tel. 1580

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Editorial Notice. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

Editorial Notice. Owing to extreme pressure on our space w© tiave been compelled to hold over Be p. p. Q. Buyer's second article on "Home Bule."

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Lodge Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

Lodge Notes. The regular monthly meeting of No. 233, Andrew Alexander, was held in the Council chambers, Erskineville, on Thursday, the 24th July. The lodge-room was very tastefully decorated with bunting and pot-plants. There was an unusually large attendance, though it is probable that many more would have been pre sent but for the general meeting of the A.P.D.A., which was announced for the same evening. Among those present were the Grand Secretary (Bro. Gilchrist), members of the Western Suburbs Association, and official visitors from No. 2 and 51 L.O.L. After the business of the lodge had been disposed of the "W.M., Bro. Bain, requested the Grand Sec. to unveil a picture of the late Bro. Andrew Alexander, who was the^founder of the Institu tion in Australia, and after whom the lodge was named. The picture which was purchas ed by the members and presented to the lodge was placed on an easel and veiled with the Union Jack. A very interesting address was given by the Grand Sec., w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
" Retribution." (All rights reserved.) CHAPTER I. A DARK DEED IS PLANNED. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

" Retribution." (By Niltah.) (All rights reserved.) Chapter I. A DARK DEED IS PLANNED. In a large, luxuriously-appointed room, two men sat talking; the subject was evidently one of deep and disturbing interest to the talkers, judging by their attitudes and expressions. The comfort and-ease that surrounded them was in strong contrast to their frame of mind. X<srge comfortably-cushioned chairs and soft lounges here and there invited rest, handsome carved bookcases filled one side of the apart ment, a few good oil paintings hung on the walls, a remarkably line copy of Kaphael's "Madonna" and another of "The Cruci fixion" occupied conspicuous places. On the massive marble mantelpiece stood some beauti ful specimens of china reflected in a deeply bevelled mirror; one corner was occupied by a richly carved table of black bog oak, on it lay a chess board with ivory pieces wrought with gold, near by were two chairs worked in the same design. There was a small bnt handsomely carve...

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

COUNTRY NEWSAGENTS. PLEASE NOTE. < XTCTB forward parcel of "Watchmak " newspaper for T V sale or return. If insufficient a larger number will be Bent on application. Singing* Piano. 2 Stamhobe-boad, and Pazjjto's. Fibrous Plaster Ceilings & Cornices are the Best. Tel- 2369 GRANT & COCKS, Tel. Modellers and Fibrous Plaster Experts, 6 & 8 Bn»niby-st., off Elizabeth-s^ South, Surry Hills J. S. TOWNSEND, WHOLESALE FRUITERER, Commission Agent and Direct Importer, BELMOBE MARKETS, SYDNEY. Fresh Consignments Daily. Country rdere a Speciality Australian Protestant Defence Association. Mr. HARRY LONG, (The Ekzhekt Authok and LEcrtraEn riLoif Gusgoy), WILL DELIVER LECiTURBS under the auspicce of thia Assodation as fol lows :— THURSDAY, 31st JULY, Scots' Church, Sydney, at JS p.m. Subject—" POPERY MEANS NATIONAL DEGRA DATION." FBI DAY, 1st AUGUST. Dnlwich Hill, at 8 p.m. Subject—" POLITICS AND POPERY." MONDAY, 4 th AUGUST, Presbyterian Church, Waverley, at 8 ...

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Australian Protestant Defence Association. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 9 August 1902

Australian Protestant De fence Association. The first annual meeting of the Leichhardt No. o Branch was held in the Presbyteriau Church, in Marian-street, on Tuesday evening, July 15. The President, Rev. F. C. Boyer, was iq the chair, and considering the inclem enc}* of the weather there was a large number of members present. Mr. H. Syines read the first annual report of the operations of the branch. The inaugural meeting was held in July, 1901, the list of members then enrolled consisting of 30 names. As the number is now 69 it will be seen that the society has had a fairly vigorous growth. During the 12 months the following syllabus had been provided:— Lectures by Rev. J. Nairn and Messrs. P. J. Wallace, F. "Wright and J. Osborne, and also a musical evening. The financial statement showed a credit balance of £3 7s 3d. The re port was adopted on the ?*»otion of Mr. R. A. Mackintosh, seconded by Mr. R. Booth. The, following officers were elected for the ensuing year:—President, Rev....

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" Retribution." (All rights reserved.) CHAPTER II. THE PLOT THICKENS. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 16 August 1902

" Retribution." (By Nil yah.) (All rights reserved.) Chapter n. THE PLOT THICKENS. The room he entered was fairly neat and clean, but poorly furnished. A tall thin grey haired -woman, very angular in appearance, -was stirring something over a small lire in an open fireplace, a pot, swung from an iron "bar fixed in the bricks on ^eithero side The -woman turned as the man entered, "you're back Hick " she said eagerly, " I've just got a real beautiful stew for you now, and it's done to a turn." He sat down to the table on which a knife, fork, cup and saucer where already set, with some bread and a tin of jam; hastily the woman hclpedhim to a huge plate of the steaming stuff, and putit before him." "Don't smell 'aft bad" lie remarked as he went to the meat; the woman watched liirn eat with great satisfaction. " Better/have some lie said, when liis plate was nearly empty, '• s'pose there's plenty." " I've had my bite " she said, going for the saucepan and emptying the rest of the content...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 16 August 1902

ouflSOLE/njn Is to mate a per manent customer, and to do this we must giTe you per fect satisfaction. JOHN CROPLEY & SONS, 800 GEORGE ST., SYDNEY Tel. 1580 I

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