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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 16 August 1902

CLIFTON'S LILYWHITE STARCH. FREE Ffylty ALL ADULTERATION.

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 16 August 1902

TEAS .... COFFEES COCOAS Baking Powder . . SIGNAL. 534 George-street, Opposite Tow Hall, SYDNEY. g Q Proprietary Limited,

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 16 August 1902

ffiOCHDALE^OLLEOE Sydney. REV?CXFORSCUiTBA! v'- Principal: ^ & HIGH-CIASS (HARDING SCKCOLFBSBOYS. fen The College is charmingly situated in its own park grounds of 13 acre3 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 phono, 49^R.

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 16 August 1902

" HomeJHule," oueo very much discussed Ih laid aside and left to rust. ' Old Gladstone, spite of all Lis tddll, Failed to pass this famous Bill. How often do the greatest fail i' And coughs make ill the strong and liale Unless the remedy they procure ' ( W. E. "Woods' Gheat rm'jauiiNT Cinuj. ' We are now conducting Funeral Business at Cheaper Rates than any other similar establishment in Sydney or Suburbs. Embalming as practised by ub, is i pronounced success. See Pamphlet issued on this Science by our Principal, Mr. Arthur 0. J. Wood Head Office. 810 George Street, [next Savings' Bank]. Branches in all principal Suburbs Telephone Call, 726, etc

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lodge Notes. OPENING OF "DAUGHTERS OF LIBERTY" LADIES' LOYAL ORANGE LODGE. TWENTY-FIVE STARTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 16 August 1902

Lodge Notes. OPENING OF "DAUGHTERS OF ' LIBERTY" LADIES' LOYAI, ORANGE LODGE. TwEXTY-FIVE ST.UiTEllS. That Auburn, or at least the Protestant population of Auburn, lias awakened from its lethargy has been amply demonstrated within the last month. The awakening started with the Hope of Auburn L.O.L., No. 248, holding their first annual religious service at the Town Hall, which building was taxed to its utmost capacitvon Sunday, July 6th; then on the 15th July a preliminary meeting was held to form a branch of the A.P.D.A., which has since been inaugurated undermost encouragingconditions, and the third time—they say the third time proves it—a Ladies' L.O.L. was opened on Thursday evening, July 31. At 8.45 the C. of E. School-room, which was tastefully decorated for the occasion with Hags, flower*, etc., was crowded. The Deputy Grand Master and the Grand Secretary represented the Grand Lodge, and visitors were noticed from Bose of England, No. 309, Leielihardt; and Daughters of Deny, N...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Hymn of Thanksgiving for King Edward's Recovery [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 16 August 1902

A Hymn of Thanksgiving for King Edward's Recovery Lord God! with thankful hearts welraise To Thee, a symphony of praise, For our restored King: Whose valued life Thy mercy spares, To us, and Her, who nobly shares throne; for this we sing. We recognise Almighty God! Thy guiding hand, Thy chastening rod, In all concerns of life: In what concerns Thy creatures here, The Prince, the Peasant, and the Peer, The Mother and the Wife. We bless Thy name Jehovah God! That Thou the rugged road hast trod, A man upon the earth: And in "obedient" suffering, Thou Hast11 learned " the griefs we suffer now, Beginning at our birth. In patience we await that hour, ' When Thou in plenitude of power— Thy promise wilt fulfil: When sin and suffering shall flee, And the "new heavens and earth" shall be, Conformed to Thv blnsf. will —C. W. "WnEKLEB. Beecroft, N.S.W., Aug., 1902.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ST. BARNABAS' CHURCH. L.O.L. SERVICE. AN INSPIRING SERMON BY REV. W. A. CHARLTON. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 16 August 1902

BARNABAS' CHUHCH. L.O.L. SERVICE. ! AN INSPIRING SElOfON BY REV. TV. A. CHARLTON. On Sunday, July 27, the Rector preached to an over-crowded church, the occasion being the annual sermon on behalf of No. 9, L.O.L. He ; took for his text 1 Peter, II, 16. As free, and ; not using your liberty for aycloak of malicious- j riess, but as the servants of God. j To use our freedom to speak ill of brethren, to make it a cloak to malign those who differ from us, -was evidence that such were not of the truth that makes us fees. Free speech, free laws,' political, commercial and national freedom we. thank God fox*, but j these cannot smooth a dying pillow *or till our i souls with peace. Nothing can, but the " free dom' wherewith Christ makes us free." It is uot freedom to do as. we like. That were not liberty but license. What are the means of this Freedom ? The Truth shall make you free. The stud}* of the Word was the foundation principle of Orangeism. The day was when an open Bible was unknow...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Correspondence. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by our correspondents.] MR. McKAY AND THE G.P.O. (TO THE EDITOR OF "THE WATCHMAN.") [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 16 August 1902

Correspondence. I Wc do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed hj our correspondents.J MR. McKAY AND THE G.P.O. (to the editor op u The Watchman.") Sir,.—The feeling of unrest which has pre vailed for years past in the Postal Department of this State is now considered at an end. More than once a Koyal Commission has been hinted at; Societies have boon formed amongst the different branches of this great and import ant Department to conserve their rights. I am confidently informed .that the postmasters are about to do the same, and it is nearly time they moved, State work having been forced upon them in a shameful manner by the P.S, Board, through the false representations made by cer tain " incompetents " who were " pitch-forked " into positions which they were not competent to fill, and who sought to ingratiate themselves with the Board, who were only too glad to get all the work done they could for nothing. But the day of reckoning has, it is confidently hoped, arriv...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 16 August 1902

GENERAL NOTES. The Daughters of Ulster, L.O.L. No. 304* held their monthly meeting 011 Monday, July 21st, in the licdfern Town Hall, t'ae W.M., Bro. S. Flood, in the chair. The Lodge opened in the usual way. Minutes of previous meet ing were read and confirmed. Communications were read and received. Delegates for the Protestant Demonstration were elected, and it •was decided to take two shiires in the same. Three members were initiated, after which the General Qualifications were read. Dues were collected and an assistant-secretary appointed. Three cafldidates were proposed for initiation at the next meeting. The usual vote of thanks was responded to bv the following lodges:— Xos. 301, 302, 304," 38, 18, 50, 10 and 180. L.O.L. Boyne, No. 18, held their monthly meeting on Monday, August 4th, in St. Paul's school-room, the W.M., Bro. J. Stanton pre siding. Eight candidates were iuitiated. The Qualifications were read. Communications I were read and received. The accounts were passed f...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Protestant Union. INAUGURAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 16 August 1902

Protestant Union. INAUGURAL MEETING. The inaugural meeting of tlie newly-formed Protestant Union of Victoria was held in the Assembly-hall, Collins-street, on the afternoon of August 6th. There was a good attendance of clergymen and others, and Bishop Langley occupied the chair. After some formal business had been dis posed of, Mr. W. P. Greenwood moved—"That there is need for a closer union among Pro testants to enlighten public opinion, and to secure to all classes the full enjoyment of their political, social, and religious liberty; and that an association be formed for this purpose." When in Paris last year, the great question he heard asked on every hand was, why was the Government forcing out of the country so many religious institutions? The reply given him by a legislator, and a Roman Catholic, was that the great Protestant nations of the world were advancing, while those under the domina tion of Roman Catholicism were going behind. Established, on a broad basis the newly-fo...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our Little Folks. RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 16 August 1902

Our Little Folks. f Conducted by "Aex-ite."] RULES. 1. "Writers must be between the iiges of sis and fifteen, and must state their ages when writing. 2. Writers to 4<Annti6" iiwst write on one side of; the paper only. Letters may be upon any subject of interest'' to the writer—eliort stories, accounts-of their amusements and ivsreatjons, rending-, favourite toy^, etc. 4. Letters inust be-original,'written and composed by the children themselves. 5. Address all letters to "-Auntie," e/o. " Watch wnn " Office. 35 Queen Victoria Markets. York-street. My Dear Young Folk,— Tlie prize offered for the best reason as to " Why Sir Edmund Barton reee'ved a medal from the Pope," lias been awarded to Hamilton Wliitfovd. Hamilton was the boy who, like the " Noble Bruce," determined to try ouce again after many disappointments, and now wo seo that the result of " try, try, try again " is ultimate success. The prize for the best map of jNow Zealand will be awarded in nest week's issue. ...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOME TORREY ANECDOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 16 August 1902

; SOME TOKKEYgANECDOTES. ; ^£3 " lii my first pastorate there" was a jVery MR. ALEXANDER. clover lawyer, who came under the deepest conviction of sin. But when ho was asked to accept Christ, he said " I know I ought to, hut I will not, because it will hurt my law business.' The man refused to listen to the Spirit of God because it would interfere with his law business! What was the outcome of it? The last time I went to the town, that man, though ho had been a lawyer of great ability, was sawing wood, while his wife taught school to help to keep the family." Dr. Torrey uses the following story as a collection inducement. It was told him by Mr. Alexander, who had it first-hand:— u There was in America a college professor whoso name was Little, and he was a little wan, and ho had a little wife, and fifteen little children. And ho had a little salary. One day a man asked the professor how, when ho was so little, his wifo so little, and tliore were so many little Littles, and he had suc...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIST OF THOSE WHO SEND LETTERS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 16 August 1902

LIST OF THOSE WHO SEND LETTERS, ETC. j Eric Tait, A. Goldsworthy, Beatrice Stanbury, Elsie j Harris, J. T. W. Petersen, Nellie Atlunson, May j Woodhead, Hilda Webb, Arthur Woodhead, Cecil j Bailer, Linda Ferguson, Jeannie McWilliaiu, Evelyn i Kearney, Violet Walton, Lizzie McWilliaiu, Nor- j man Glover, Hamilton Whitford, Zillah Saul, Harold | Reid, Donald McWilliam, Ruby McLeod, Iua ltiley, 0. i H. Sawtell, Lena Spink*, Albert Carduer, Frank Sey- i mour, Gertrude Pickering, Clifford Holiday, Edmund I Kuober, Hugh 0. Jonw, Ada Eastman, Mary IS. Small, I Sydney Sinillie, Katie Henderson, H. Roberts, Grace ' Turner Hoy, W. Steel, EU-ie McKhmon, Hurry Gray, Itu&iell Wukely, Barton iiobb, Mflley Stanley, Lily Thompbcm. '• Craigmount," Belinore-st., Burwood. Dear Auntie,—We takti two copies of the "Watch man," and fai her gives one away. We belong to the Presbyterian Chuieh. I have a canary that tings very sweetlj*. 1 have a dear little pony that we call Turnklc. If you ask hiin ...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Rank Disloyalty of Romanism. in Australia, III. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 16 August 1902

Rank Disloyalty of Roman ism. in Australia, (By tiie !Rev. f. C. Boyek.) m. In our last article in tlie Watchman .on this subject we supplied abundant and unequivocal proof that the Koman Catholic Church is an organisation utterly and raucorously disloyal to our King and Empire. We showed that the utterances of.disloyal British subjects, and even the violent anti-British utterances of foreigners, were reproduced in the Koman Catholic Press of Australia, and sympathet ically commented upon. The lvomish press in Australia positively emulated those enemies of the Empire, itself coining and issuing1 to the public like slanders. When Australian loy alty displayed itself in practical form, by send-* ing contingents to the Empire's help, tho Eoman Catholic organisation vigorously and even venomously opposed the sending of any such aid. When, despite all she coiild do to prevent it, the Australian Governments invited ' volunteers for the several contingents, Roman Catholicism urged her peop...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 16 August 1902

■33iasir>ess I^oliiee. Thk Watchman, a Weekly Journal of Social, Political, and Religious Progress. Published every Thursday. Office: 35 Queen Victoria Markets, York-street, Sydney. Telephono No. 25G4. Subscribers* Terras. Yearly '4s. 4d. Half-yearly .. .. 2s. 2d. Quarterly .. .... Is. Id. The above terras are subject to revision if the Federal Postage Bill comes into operation, and if so, subscribers aro-kmdly requested to forward tho neccssary postage. • The Management recommend subscribers to procure The Watchman from their Newsagents, to whom their subscriptions would be payable. But if this is incon venient, they may apply direct to The WATcmtAN Office. All subscriptions must be prepaid, and will be acknowledged in this column. Advertisements. The Watchman offers special facilities tor advertising, the' terms of which may be had of its canvassers, or upon application at the office. All literary Communications to be addressed to the Editor, 9 Jamieson-strect, and Business Com...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 16 August 1902

For Good Value in Drapery . .. TRY Edward i|orderq's. Season's Novelties How Opening. • - "White for Prices axi» Sa3efle.«. CLOTHING and MEN'S MERCERY Oar Specialty. — i EDWARD HORDERN, 666 and 668 GEORGE STREET (Brickfield Hill). Drunkenness or the Liquor Habit, Iiiel>rii:ey, 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 presf-nee cannot ho noted. WARRANTED PERFECTLY HAR3I LESS and easy to administer. It operates so I ''quietly and with, such cortninty that the patient undergoes no inl-onvenience, and ere he is aware his complete reform is cffcrtod. DRUNKENNESS IS A DISEASE, and EUCRASY is a safe, sure, and speedy antedote. "Write for boolc of particu lars and testimonials from living* 'witnesses—sent post free (sealed^ to any address. Tile EBCijJJSY CO., 62 HUNTER-ST. SYDNEY. THEO. LORENZ, LAPIDARY & JEWELLER, All Precious Stones Cut and Polished on the premises. Sixteen years' experienc...

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The Torrey-Alexander Mission. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 16 August 1902

The Torrey-Alexander Mission. The Sydney Town Hall has -witnessed many remarkable meetings, "but none more interesting* than the present' series of evangelistic services "being conducted by Dr. T&i;rey and 3$r Alexaiyrer. Ou the night of our visit we were greatly struck with the tire and go and intense fervour of both the missioners and the congre gation. On the platform were a great number of local ministers, representing all denomina tions of vthe Protestant Church. No doubt ri's they looked down upon the great multitude of earnest Christian workers before them, they' must have realised, with some deep impulse of thanksgiving, what a volume of power there is in the religious life of " rIhe City of the Beautiful Harbor." The meeting began with what can ouly be described as a great singing class, with Mr. Alexander as teacher, and 0000 people of all ages as his class. Mr. Alexander is tall of stature, commanding of look; and, as he took liis stand on a sort of dais, he fairl...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Great Revival! THE MEN AND THEIR MISSION. DR. TORREY AND CHARLES ALEXANDER. TORREY ILLUSTRATIONS AND ANECDOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 16 August 1902

A Great Revival THE MEN AOT> THEIR MISSION. DR. TOIIREY AND CHARLES ALEXANDER. TORREY ILLUSTRATIONS AND ANEC DOTES. It will not be the fault of the two American evangelists—Dr. Torrey and Mr. Charles Alexander—if they do not turn Sydney upside down before 'the great mission now proceeding at the Town-hall and Centenary-hall closes. The Evangelical Council is responsible for the mission^ and much preliminary work, in the way of prayer and organisation, was done be fore the evangelists readied Sydney in the full flush of great gospel triumphs in Victoria and Tasmania. No two men of receni. years have been more used of God in stirring up professing Christians as to their duty in the great work of redeeming lost men and women, or in arousing he masses to a sense of sin and the need of a Saviour. Everywhere they have gone multi i tudes have gathered to hear their message in sermon and song; while thousands have pro fessed conversion. Dr. Torrey is, by common consent, the first on the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 16 August 1902

not Change ? If you are not entirely pleased with the ooalitjr of your MilHi we would liKe you to try our • • • • 'PASTEURISED MILK' You will be certain ^o remain a regular customer. We serve over twenty thousand homes satisfac* torily* >9 *9 WHY should we not sbtisfy you ? v i» ©»e N.S.W. FresH Food <SL Ice. Co. Ltd., Sydney • • ~

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DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 16 August 1902

DAIRY PRODUCE. Buttee—Creamery, 1,8 per lb. Pasteurised 1/Si, per lb. Fju-toiy, ly7 to 1/7A. Duiry, 1/0. New Zealand, 1/G to l;Ci Pantry, nil. Bacon—Sides: McLean'*, /9i, Manning's jUt MiJSw, ,DL/10l. Hitehee, ,84, ;i»." Shutdde**, 17. to /8 Cheese-—N.SAV.. loaf, /9l, per lb. Medium hixe, j'Jl. Yii'toruui, ,'Ji, jW~ X.Z. ,01, /'JJ. Eoos—Southern, 1/4, 1/5 per dor. Northern, 1/3, 1/4. Now laid, 1/4,1/5, 1/G. Bladder, /if. Bulk, /8. TT*nrg—Scarce. N. S. "W. /II to /11J per lb., light \ weight*, 1/ ' ' N.Z., /ll, /lli. PouiiTEY—Fowls: Hens, 3/-, 3/3; primo3/6, 4/G pair. „ Boosters, 4/-, 4/0; prime, 5/-, .6/9 Ducks 3/-, 3/6, prime 4/6, 6/-. Geese, 5/-, 6/6. Turkey bens, »/-, 5/6, prime 6/-, 7/r. ,, cocks, 7/- 9/-; prune, 10/6, 17/ FAKM PRODUCE. M~atct—Prime. 5/8, to 5/9 per bushel. Northern, 5/8, Prices irregular. Chaff—Local prime, 7/15j- per ton. Medium, 6/15/- to "/-/ Victoriau, 6/17/C to 7/5/ Other quality, 4/10/-, 5/10/-. Adelaide, 6/15/- to 7/5/-. Ta&manian, 6/15/-, 7/-/ S...

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