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Correspondence. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] BISHOP DOYLE AND THE LISMORE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

Correspondence. [7Fe do not hold ourselves rcxpomihl& for tli£ ] ojn'nioiis 1'xjfrenml hj our correxpondmix.^ BISHOP DOYLE AND .THli LISMO&E COUNCIL. Sin,:—The "Daily Telegraph" informs us that Bishop Doyle appeared before the Council, cried, inca culpa, and humbly apologised,. We are not, however, told if he had a rope round his. neck, and peas in his shoes. I might explain that some few days baok the Council's valuers colled at Bishop Doyle's residence in the discharge of their duty, and were very abruptly ordered olf the premises. His holiness followed this up with, a very strong letter to the Council, notifying his intention to commence action for trespass, and asking the Council to name its solicitor to accept service of writ. The aldermen, all hono£ to them, very indignantly resented the priest's action, and ordered that the solicitor's name should be supplied, and. that steps be immediately taken for the recovery of the rates. To the uninitiated the Bishop's s...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Important Notice, [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

Important Notice, Those wishing supplies of Tun Watchuaa* are requested to apply direct to " The Manager, 135 Queen Victoria Markets, York-street," and not to the editor. Attention to this notice will expedite business.

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Stories from the Past. XII. HOLLAND'S STRUGGLE FOE RELIGIOUS FREEDOM. (Continued.) (All Rights Reserved.) THE SIEGE OF HARLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

Stories from the Past. XII. HOLLAND'S STRUGGLE FOE RELIGIOUS FREEDOM. (Continued.) By C.JS.S.T. (AU Rights Rcserccd.) The Siege of Haulem. Tlie massacre at Naarden being at length finished, Alva turned his attention to Holland, which still held out for William of Orange. The only city "which Alva possessed was Amsterdam, and therefore it was determined to make this the centre mid base of all opera tions. The Prince of Orange held the Southern district, while Savoy, liis lieutenant, held *he Northern. Between the two was the' city of Harlem, and, could this be wou by Alva, the province would be cut in two, the forces of Orange and Savoy divided, and the country must inevitably fall into the Dub's possession. It had been thought that the punishment meted out to Mechlin, Zutphen, and Naarden would be sufficient to overcome all opposition from any other city, but in this Alva was dis appointed. The cruel work his soldiers had ruthlessly performed served only to whet the fighting qualiti...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

<33nsir>oss ^©feiee. JThb Watchman', a Weekly Journal of Soda}, Political, and Religious Progress. Published every(Thursday. Office: 35 Queen • Victoria .Markets, York-street, Sydney. Telephone -No; 2564. Subscribers* Terms. > Yearly 4s. 4d. Half-yearly .. .. 2s. 2d. .Quarterly .. .. .. -Is. Id. . The above terms are subject to revision if the Federal • Postage Bill comes into operation, and if so, subscribers • are kindly requested to forward tbo neccssary postage. <Tho Management recommend subscribers to procure •Toe Watcumax from their Xewuagents, to whom their ■subscriptions would be payable. But if thisisineon • venicnt,-they may apply direct to . The "Watcimak •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 canva8M?re, or upori ^application at the office. •All Literary Communications to be addressed to...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Australian Protestant Defence Association. NEWCASTLE BRACH. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

Australian Protestant fence Association. NEWnARTT/K TCTJAXflTT. The annual meeting and election of office bearers was lield on Tuesday night, August 12th, in the Cambrian Hall, Rev. R. M. Bowles in the chair. The minutes of previous meeting having been dealt with, twenty new members were elected, after which the election of officers resulted as follows: —President, Rev. R. M. Bowles; two Tire-Presidents, Rev. W. Bain and Alderman H. Graham; secretary, Mr. W. -Swindells, Tudor-street, Hamilton ; treasurer, Mr. Charles Boddy, Broadiueadow. Executive Committee—Messrs. J. Smith, A. Toll, J. Gilbert, A. Sibley, J. Trindall, F. Dickenson, P. Peterson, I). Child, A Green, F. Thomas, D. Mlntyre and J. Dennis. Ladies Committee—Mesdames Palmer, Martin, M'Intyre and Wallace, Misses Hopper, Palmer and Thomas, with power to add. Represen tatives to the Council—Rev. W. Wools Rut ledge. Mr. Toll introduced the subject of ministers giving religious instruction in day schools, and moved that the min...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Rome's Treatment by Protestant England and Roman Catholic Italy. A CONTRAST. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

Rome's Treatment by Pro testant England and Roman Catholic Italy. A CONTRAST. A recent number of the "Rock" lias a remarkable paper from its Italian' correspond ent, contrasting Home's treatment at tlie hands o£ Protestant England with Roman Catholic Italy. The comparison is instituted under three heads: The Sovereign, the Parliament, and the Press. King Kdward VII. sends an autograph letter to the Pope on the occasion of the latter's jubilee. King Victor Emmanuel " takes no notice of the Pontiff or his doings, except to prevent him doing outrageous things. The Pope can have as many jubilees as he pleases, the Italian King never stoops to notice them." No wonder, for we read, " that it is extraordinary the number of jubilees the Pope manages to have. No sooner is one over than another appears. Of course they are all invented to make money.—They are market days for the Papal Church, that is alL" The writer truly says " that the English Parliament is as deferential to the Roman Church...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Benefit Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

Benefit Concert. Wo desire to remind reader* that a benefit concert will to held in'oid of the' widow and children of the late. Beo. John Love in the Protestant Hall on Wednesday next (27th August). Apart from tho worthy object of the entertainment, the programme on its own in trinsic merits is well worth hearing, as several of the moat talented vocalists in Sydney will appear, and novelty will be imported by the introduction of some of the latest London songs.

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Sydney Medical Mission. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

Sydney Medical Mission. The Executive Committee of the Sydney Medical Mission are making a special effort to collect funds for the work which is being earned on by this Mission among the poor in Sydney. The work is growing rapidly, and the expense* are iiaturally increasing. The following are the office-bearers:—Patroness, Lady Rawson; Advisory Committe, Dr. Black burn, Dr. Cooley, Dr. Cosh, Dr. Crngo, Dr. Stone Dixson, Dr. Howison, Dr. Isbister, Dr. Maclelland,v Dr. Rennie, Dr. Taylor-Young, Professor Wilson, Mr. W. Dixeon * Executive Committee, Mrs. Hugh Dixsou, Mrs. Simpson, Mr. H. Deane, Mrs. Thomas. Mrs. Howard, Mrs. Stackey, Miss Taylor, Miss Huntley, Dr. Carlile Thomas, Dr. Kate IJogg, Mr. Clieen, Mr. Miller, Mr..B. Dixson, Mr. H. Budden. • Medical Superintendent, J. Carlile Thomas, M.B., Ch.M.; Honorary Searetaries, E. Hvntley,: £. Dixson.

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Evangelical Council. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

Evangelical Council. The annual meeting of the Evangelical Council will be held this week, Friday, August 22ud, at a and 7.30. The afternoon meeting will bo held at the Centenary Hall, when the retiring President, Itov. W. G. Taylor, will de liver his ^retiring address. The secretaries and treasurer will present their annual report, and suitable resolutions be moved bearing on the Council's work. Br. Torrey will also speak. At tbe evening meeting, to be held at the Town Hall, Mr. Alexander will conduct a Song Service from 8 to 8.30. Dr. Porter, the Presidentelect, will deliver his popular lecture on tbe lato D. L. Moody. Admission free; collection in aid of the work of Evangelical Council.

Publication Title: Watchman
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THE Watchman CIRCULATION 13,500. SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1902. AN IRISH REPUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

CIRCULATION 13,500. SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1902. AN ERISH REPUBLIC. We have recently published two open letters, specially- addressed to those Roman Catholics ywho favour Home Rule for Ireland, and which, we trusty haye received the attention they un doubtedly deserve. The basis upon which they were written was that Home Rule, if granted) would be but the thin edge of a wedge inserted between the two countries, the passing of which would inevitably lead to separation. Indeed, 'even if it were to be admitted that at the present time the leaders of the Irish party here and elsewhere really believeA that all friction j between England and Ireland would cease with j the passing of such a measure, it is almost a; certainty that the further claim would im mediately arise, and that they would be forced - by the pressure of public opinion, and those who are at the bottom of the movement, to either aid the demand, or stand aside for those who would. It is, of course, an easy matter for those w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

Established 1890. . Bufirella Telephone 3550. Jllamifaciurers. O- IRZE-^ID &c OO. 235 ELIZABETH STBEET i^. u Re-Govera ,, ,, .. 2/ Ecpairs ,, .. 6d. "\Vp soil cheap lx»cnuRo \ro hare no big renta to p&yftor bi# ndviTtkiu# expense*. • ■ / Umbrellas from ,, (Near Bathubst St.)B} .. 2/C to 35/

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

"SEMPER which, literally I EADEM," translated, means %£ar THIS IS why THE LION 0 OF CONFECTIONERY IS SO POrULAR. <? ONLY THE FINEST INGREDIENTS TJSED. IT IS toe GREATEST FAVOURITE WITH THE CHILDREN. MANUFACTURED ONLY BY James Stedman, "6 ST"

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News of the Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

News of the Churches. The Young Men's Communicant Union, iu connection with the St. Alban's Church, Golden Grove, held their annual meeting on 6th inst. Good progress was reported. Rev. F. Trivett was elected President, Mr.,IT. Johnson, leader; Mr. E. Munro, secretary; and Sir, B. Cowell treasurer. Several new members were also proposed. The cricket club in connection with the union also held their annual meeting on the same night. The secretary, Mr. A. Donaldson, read a very creditable report on the last season. Rev. F. Trivett was elected President for ensuing year. Messrs. Johnson, Teape, Doust, Heness, Oowell, G. Bonner, S. Bonner, Cover, Harrie, and Gibson, were elected Vice-Presi dents. Mr. A. M. Donaldson was re-elected secretary, and A. Bailey was re-elected trea ! surer. The Rev. A. S. 0. James last Sunday even ing, at Chalmers Presbyterian Church, de livered a discourse on the Kembla Disaster, and made a collection on behalf of the bereaved, which amounted during the day t...

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To the Members of the Committee of the School of Arts, Taralga. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

To the Members of the Committee of the School* of ,Arts, Taralgrt, Gentlemen,— I have just learned tliat you have placed our little paper—The Watchman—on jOUr Index Espurgatorius, and that, too, by a unanimous vote. This seems to indicate that the majority of your members belong to that Church whose "Index" has become notorious, and whose policy has ever been to suppress light an<i truth. -.As you are probably aware,. effort . was made by one of '7the priests of Taree to sup press The Watchman, but. here the attempt failed, a Roman Catholic medical man, to his credit be it written, moving a resolution to the effect that no notice be taken of the Priest's letter, winch was carried unanimously. ] We wonder where the Protestant members of your Committee were when the vote to boycott Tins Watchman- was taken. Wo would have expected them not only to vote against the resolution, but also to have entered their protest, supposing; them to be outnum bered, after the vote was taken...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

" Frozen Merit " has now become A large extensive trade; The exports yield a decent sum— An industry is made.. To freeze is not n pleasant thing For mankind to endure. To keep out cold we aII should cling ' To Woods* Gbeat Peitehmint Ccbk. WANTED. PROTESTANT EMPLOYERS OF LABOUR ra quiring Men for any kind of work should first apply to the SECRETARY L.O.L. LABOUR ASSO CIATION, PROTESTANT HALL. WANTED,—All thinking of Assuring to know that:. the A.M.P. Life Office is the beat. Full par ticulars supplied by J. B. YOUDALE, City Agent, 10 Pitt-street Telephone 2170. AT FEDERAL AGENCY, 70 Hunter-street.. "Wanted Cooks, C. and L., H. and P.m's,. Nurse?, L.H., Generals. Protestant#; reft*. Tel. 3567 WHITE LEGHORN EGG&, Settings f>/-. Mrs. RAXAGHAN, Dti Ryan-street, Lilyaeld,. Leichlmrdt. Finscn's Electric fladieni Ligfjt Baths, Medicated and -Sulphur Baths Massage and Electricity, For Rheumatism, Sciatica, Aiuetuia, and all Nervou& Corapliunts. . 219 Elizabeth Street, tfy...

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WOMEN AND THE FRANCHISE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

WOMEN AND THE FRANCHISE. The introduction of nearly 300,000 new voters into the political arena is full of the greatest interest to the people generally. That- it is au act of justice which should have been performed years ago is now folly acknowledged, for, logically, there never lxas been any valid argu ment why' women should not possess a vote. The great question at stake is as to what they will do with the power committed to their hands, "for the one thing certaiu is that this new weapon in our political armoury will not be allowed to rust for the waut of using. That there is work awaiting them no one can doubt, and work which only a woman can perform. They must remember that responsibility comes with power, and that they will be expected to rise to the occasion. In tho political world their presence is greatly needed, and must exercise an enormous influence for good. If j we take the example of other States and I Colonies before us as our guide in this, we ! must see that the p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 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 • 1 OF THE FOLLOWING DEPARTMENT? IS NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. FURNITURE DEPARTMENT, BEDSTEAD A- REDDING. CARPETS & FLOOR : COVERINGS,, FURNISHING UPHOLSTERY, DECORATIVE DRAPERY & BLINDS, and they will lie housed in a style of magnificence and conv enience liithcrlo unknown in Aus tralia. In building the new store the ulii'Mion' of lighth.'is ''ecu jiiven special prominence, with the result that the glorious light of day shines into every corner. This is one of the signs of the Ph«?dix rising from the ashes of the Great Fire of July, IDOL More will follow. ' / Universal Providers, HAYMARKET (ONLY), SYDNEY.

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Organised Protestantism. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

Organised Protestantism. (By Rev. H>:xiiv Gainvouii.) Protestantism individual is very 'different to Protestantism collective. Isolation is weak ness, while union is strength. There is, there fore, a gulf between Protestantism and organ ised Protestantism. Combination of forces is essential for beneficial results, , abso lutely. Illustrations may be used to show tho advantages of union in common things. Take tho alphabet of 26 letters,* which, by themselves, from a to z, form neither word nor sentence, but place them into proper relation one with tho other, to express human thought, and one can produce words, sentences and books. -Tho same can be said concerning numerals, and tho seven letters, or notes, in music, which, if either are leit isolated as numbers or notes iu music, where would be arithmetic, and tho harmonies of the great masters ? But when the various numerals are brought into fine 01* order the commerce of the world is carried on. Aud when the *ercn notes in music ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

JHE CARE OF THE HAIB. "My hair is grey, but not with years;" sa says Byron, aud how applicable this is to many of us who are distressed by personal and busi ness worries. Still, no trouble ever yet ob tained for which seine relief has not been found. The hair is one of Naturo's adornments and . should not be neglected. ProDer attention should be given to its preservation, just as you find it necessiiry to attend to any physical ail ment. CAPILLA HAIR. TONIC is the result of very careful study and the Proprietor's object is to give to the public something * of a medicinal.naturo rather than the use less perfume which constitute many so called hair restorers. J11 is S~N L\AAl'^ STE V V ART, the popular and. beloved actress, writes me as follows:—Sydney, July 19, 1902. Mr. W. Richards, proprietor Capilla Hair Tonic. Dear Sir,—During un professional! career I have tried many hair tonics " in many parts of the world." By chance I came across your "PAPILLA," and I liavo found it to bo the...

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News of the Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

News of tlie Churches. A most successful Arbour Day was held on Saturday, 2nd August,, in connection with Granville Presbyterian \ Church, which will not only help to' beautity its sur roundings, but contributes a very substantial addition to the fund for church renovation. The Kev. Hugh Wilson was supported on the platform, erected in the grounds, by the Revs. J. Paterson, C. J. M'Coy, C. T. Way, Dr. Kerr and Messrs Nobbs, Davidson and Brown. After the Hundredth Psalm had been sung (Mrs. J. B. Brown oHiciating as organist) and prayer offered by the Kev. U. J. McCoy, the Kev. Hugh AVilson said he had to apolo gise for the absence of the Miyor (Aid. Kay), the Kevs. J. A. K. Perkins, Moderator of the Hawkesbury Presbytery, Dr. Cameron, John Ferguson, liobert Jackson and A. JE. J. Koss. The Kev. John Paterson, after expressing liis regret for the absence of the Moderator, whose placc ho was requested to fill, said he hoped the large number of trees ready for planting, which were to be ...

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