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DUTWICH HILL BRANCH NO. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

I DUTWICH HTT.L BRANCH NO. 8. | The monthly meeting of No. 8 took place ou the 12th instant. , The public were invited to a lantern Lecture till 9 p.m., entitled " Stately Houses of England," at the conclusion of which a collection was taken up in aid-of the Mount Kembla Disaster Fund. At the meeting of members 51 new members were enrolled, and resolutions were passed dealing with various matter^in the Protestant cause, each of which has been sent to the Council for their approval and action, and a copy sent to each branch of the A.P.D.A. >

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ST. MARY'S No. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

ST. MAE.PS No. 17. A meeting was held a recent Thursday night in the Protestant Hall, St. Mary's, for the pur pose of forming a branch of the Protestant De fence Association. Mr. G-. J. Turner took the chair in the absence of tlie Mayor (Alderman G-. Turner) who was indisposed. An apology was received from Rev. B. Dinning. The chairman called upon the Rev. Dr Dill Manky to address the meeting, upon which the Rev. visitor spoke on the aims and objects of the Association, dealing exhaustively with its constitution. He stated it was spreading fast —bad already been started iu Victoria, and. New Zealand was moving in the matter. " We have no quarrel with our Roman Catholic brethren, '.but the liberties we now enjoy we still intend to enjoy; and though we ma}' appear aggressive, we in reality are not. In the privileges we ore fighting to maintain, we also intend our Roman Catholic brethren to have their ju6t share; bur motto is: 1 Live and let live.'" At the conclusion of his address, Re...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANNANDALE BRANCH, No. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

ANNANDALE BRANCH, No. 14. ! The ordinary monthly meeting of the above branch was held at the Council Chambers on ; August 14th, and .took the form of a " Musical evening." The President, Alderman J. T. Starling, occupied the chair. Itev. Scott opened the meeting "with prayer. The minutes of last meeting were confirmed. Sixteen new members were proposed for membership. The following artists contributedT. Chapman (accom panist), Miss Thompson, Misses Smith, Totiss Starling, Messrs. Best, Lock, Murden, MeGill, | and Woods, a most enjoyable evening being'! closed by a hearty vote of thanks to the visitors.

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DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

DAIRY PRODUCE. Buttke—Creamery, l/'9 per lb. Pasteurised, 1/9J per lb. Factorj", 1/81 to 1/9. Daily, 1/7 to 1/74. ' : , I Pastry, nil. | Bacon*—Sides: McLean's, /9i, Manning's /9£, s /9 j I per lb Middles, /9J,/10. Flitches, /7>~/8. , Shoulders, /7. 1 Cheese—N.S.W., loaf, '/9i, per lb. Medium size, /9£ /9J.* Victorian, /9i. , N.Z. /9l, /9J. ' Boos—Southern, 1/01, 1/1 per doz. Northern, /ll, l/% New laid, 1/1,1/2. Labd—Bladder, /9 to /9l. •' ^ulk, /9. • Hues—Scarce. N; S. W. /10J to /ll per lb., light weights, 1 / N.Z., /10J, /ll. PotJUEY—Fowls: Henu, 3/-, 3/3; prime3/6,4/perpair. „ Boosters, 3/3, 4/-; prime, 4/-, 6/ Ducks 2/9, 3/3, prime 3/6, 5/G. Geese, 5/-, 6/-. Turkey hens, 4/6, 5/-, prime 6/-, 7/6. ,, cocks, 6/- 7/-; prime, 10/-, 15/ ' FABM PRODUCE. ViTCTt—Prime 6/3 per bushel. Northern, 6/3, Other borttj, 5/11 to 6/ Gbapp—Xrocal prime, 8/15/-\to 9/-/- per ton. Medium, 8/-/- to 8/5/ Victorian, 8/-/- to 8/5/ Adelaide, 8/5/- to 8/10/-. v Taemanian, 8/-/-, , Straw Chaff, 4/5/-, ...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. The Watchman Office, Wednesday Evening FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

Commercial. Sko Watchnutn Office, Wednesday Evening 1FABM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. Prices all round advanced on late quotations, \ active demand ruling in all departments of the trade, stocks generally only partially equal to demand, any sort of fodder being readily snapped up at record famine prices. Wheat .market lias now reached anticipated record value equal to 5/- per bushel for Chickwheat at auction, some lines of 'Frisco being now negotiated for later deliver}*. Maize continues to move upwards, G i) per bushel being ob tained for prime samples. Bran and Pollard still very scarce at 1/9 per bushel, millers xiQw refusing to book ahead. Oats in brisk request owing extremely high price ruling for maize. Potatoes selling freely at late quota tions. Chaff market tinner, prime quality having reached record price of 9/-/- per ton, finjiplies of local makes almost exhausted, imported sorts of all grades meeting prompt sales. Mangolds and Turnips selling freely at late rates. Straw market fi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

For 7/9 CALF GOLOSHED BALMORALS' Kangaroo Kid Legs. For 8/9 TAN GLACE BALMORALS. For 10/6. OUR FRENCH CALF WHOL1 GOLOSH HALMORALS, Hand-sewn, For 12/9. RUSSIAN TAN BALMORALS, Wide Welts. Very ntylish. These are the latest styles of Gentlemen's Footwear. Good Fitting, very Durable, and the Material the very best JO! GftOPLEY P SONS/ 800 George-street, Telephone 1508.

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CHIPPENDALE BRANCH No. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

CHIPPENDALE BRANCH No. 3. Speaking on Thursday evening (14th Aug.) at the Weslej- Hall, Regent-street, at a mass meeting of the Chippendale branch of the P.D.A., the Bev. Dr. Dill-Macky said the man who thought Protestants had a light battle to fight in connection with Roman Catholicism— especially since female franchise had been recognised in the State—waB very much mistaken. The Protestants of New South Wales could muster three adherents to every one Catholic; but they had au organisation to contend with that was hoary with antiquity, an organisation that had brought into it not only the knowledge of human nature, but also the power to control human nature. Roman Catholicism knew men, and it also knew women, and it had by experience so learned to manipulate and work the wires that no organi sation could be more completo or more perfect. The great want of Protestantism was the want of organisation. Protestants must jise,, get into line, fight and crush this iniquity and let politic...

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

The Australian Protestant 13; Defencfe Association. NOTICE. DiKtricte desirous of the formation of u branch of the A.P.D.A. are requested to communicate with the President, c/o No. 9 Jamieson-etreet, Sydney.

Publication Title: Watchman
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Our Legal Column. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

Our Legal Column. Enqueues 6bouid bo addressed to "Lex," Watch man Office, 35 Market Buildings, York-street, and mu*t be accompanied by the subjoined printed application. This column is intended to afford information and practical advice to correspondent*!, with regard to any legal difficulties which they may experience. Questions submitted may often require research, and therefore should reach Uii.s crffios not later than Monday of the week in which a reply is desired. APPLICATION TO ACCOMPANY ENQUIRY. To " Lex," "Watchman" Office, t {35 Market Buildings, York-street, Sydney. Picase answer in " Tho Watchman" the annexed question. Reply to be addressed to Faikfieed.—Your enquiry has been for ■warded to our editor, but it is too late to receive attention this woelc. G.H.I.—1. The land cannot be claimed by your creditors. 2, The Court fees will bo about £3. If you employ a solicitor to con duct your application his charges will probably be three or four guineas. Unless you are prepare...

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

The " L*uob Question " is, we know, A problem bard to solve, But if it progress is bat slow,' Results in time revolve. Bat in the case of cold or cough, » Results are swift uml sine. If w« hut take ic drive them off Souij Woods' Gkkat Peitebmint Ccur;

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Romanism in Australia. Disloyal to the Core. IV. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

Romanism in Australia. Disloyal to the Core. (By the Kev. f. 0. Boyer.) IV. Even the markedly disloyal course of action pursued by the Roman Catholic Church on the occasion of the visit to Australia of the Duke and Duchess' of York, as that course was ox posed in our last week's article, was an insuffi cient relief to the heaving disloyal spirit of Australian Romanism. What wo there des cribed was followed by a paragraph in n the leading Catholic newspaper of Australia " of the most WANTON AND DELIBERATE INSULT TO THE KING in the person of his representative, and tliis although that representative was no less a person than the heir to the throne, a para graph so wilfully and studiously insulting that a paper publislung it in any country or colony other than British would have been prosecuted or suppressed. ' We shall leave our readers to form their own conclusions as to whether such steps ought or ought not to have been taken by our Government here in Sydney* The paragraph appeared ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

/q Beautiful Pictures Qd. ill "Half-tones printed on Art rawr, Q worth fratninc, inclndinu tho most heautifnl actrcss on the Austral* l ten ftAife, Grace I'alotta as in tit r00 colony (IS x 10), u — in two colors (12 z 10); Judging' Day at Sidney Show (24 z.10); tho Town Hall, S.vriney: General Post Office, Sydney; the Sydney Ho»qtit >l : the State Secretary's Office; the SvdiH-v Custom House: tho Itoyal Exchange (all 12 ■* *10), also Shipping, Coal Mining, and Pectoral Scones. The pictoret are equal to tho tot English and American printa. " The State Pictorial" is illm»trati*o and descriptive of •very pbasc of life. Pout free Od. TlJ* CoMaixiiriii. Pddljbuiko Cot. Ltd., ft Special Offer. In order to intro duce our COLD WIRE " JEWELLERY to the Aus tralian public, wo have tloeidcd 10 otter ono (if the bargains ever seen in the Jewel lery Tmde, viz., tho al>ore veiy handsome 3 Initials made of extra ritli Heart Pendent. Guar BltOOCH, anj- n; quality gold-filled t auteed 15 carat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 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. 667. W. F. ROBERTS, - - - VIOLINIST (Of the Royal College of Music, England. Three year Pupil of Herr Adolf Brodesky, of Conservertoire, Leiprfc). , _ SCHOOLS AITENDED. PIANOFORTE. MRS. C.' GIFFORD MOORE {Pupil of Sir Charles Halle) Receive* pupils lit lier residence. AJLVERTOX, AUBROSE-ST., HUNTERS HILL, And at Puling and ElvvV, George-st,, Sydney. Tele-phono—0G7 Ceiitral Exchange, 73 Hunter's Hill. 55/ Sack Suits to Order 55s, LUDGATER, The Leading Oxford-st. TAILOR, Tel. 371 William-st. Near Crown Street.. Watches Cleaned & Regulated 2/6 Best English 5Iain^"pritnr, 2/G. Sixpence will pay for posting and registering your watch to us All work done by us is returned "post free. Cheapest house in Sydney for watches and jeweller}*. All work guaranteed 12 months. FRENCH'S G32 Goorge-.st., Sydney, ' Ab...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

A SILVER WATCH , FOR NOTHING, Wo hereby undertake to GIVE ONE of our famous SILVER WATCHES, listed at £2 1 Us (Lady's or Gentleman's) to every Man, Woman, or Child who sends us the Correct Reading of the following puzzle:— j A W»TCHM*N «S A N'C'SSTY. j The only condition is that if your answer is correct you purchase oae 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 you if ou have won the watch. There is no necessity yo cut out this advertisement. We are making this offer solely with the object of introducing and advertising our goods. Address, THE MANAGER, THE ENGLISH WATOH CO., P.O. CHAMBERS PITT STREET, SYDNEY

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" Retribution." (All rights reserved.) CHAPTER III. SOME BIBLE TRUTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

" Retribution." By Nilyah. (All rights reserved.) Chatter III. SOSIE BIBLE TRUTHS. In a snug: sitting-room, beside a cheerful fire, a youug woman was occupied knitting a little baby's garment Simple comfort and taste were expressed in tlie plain but good furniture and the soft draperies of tlie room. Ever and anon the young wife looked nj> fondly at her husband, who was poring over some books on a table near, from which iie was evidently taking extracts, for he would read for a while and then scribble away as if for dear life. " ' He was a striking-looking man, with dark hair and well tanned skin: his bjue eyes were deep set and his brows massive; liis well-formed nose and determined mouth and chin did not look as if the owner of tliem would yield easily to defeat in a matter mental or physical. The wife, who watched him with such evident pride and tenderness, was not much more than a girl in appearance, slight and fair, with a sensitive mouth, and straight little nose and largo ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

CLIFTON'S LILYWHITE STARCH. FREE FflOty ALL ADULTERATION.

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LIST OF THOSE WHO SEND LETTERS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

LIST OF THOSE "WHO SKXl) LETTERS, ETC. J Gwendoline Geake, Alioo Siuith, Harold Dazford, I Sydney . Smillie, George Faulkner, Adam BrysoiiH, Hilda Hall, Jessie* Skipper, Flora Roughly, A label LiiWhon, Lily Haye.% Ada Pywell, Olive" 31. M. Hocking, Am bur K. Rowley, Frank Johnstone, Grace Turner Hoy. "Will Webber, Mabel B. Hughes, Evelyn Merrifield, H. White, Edward Denuodj', Mizia Cooper, Ella Hodge. 94 Eveleigh-f.treet, Redfero, August 11th, 1902. Dear Auntie,—I go to St. Paul'h school, and I am in lower third in thy big school. 1 will be wine next month. We have two canaries, which I" like very much. I went to Suuduy-e.chool yesterday, and I got a Coronation r,ml. whifli wan vcrv nice. Geohok Fawsxexi. "Tislrearil/' Ileirulcs-street, DuhvichHill, Aug-. 10/,02 Di-fti Auntie,—I have nmny peta—four canaries, u king purrot, aud a umgpie. we all love the Waicii max, which is full of nice new*. After wo have read it i we Bend it to mv uncle in Enirlauil. "Wishinir the I Watcioiax oven'...

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Our Littler Folks. RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

Our Littler Folks. ["Conducted by "Auntie.""] KUIiES. 1. Writers must be between the ages of six and fifteen, and'must state their ages when writing. . ' • | 2. Writers to'' Auntie" must write on ;one side, of ; the paper only.. • , ' . , * 3. Letters may be upon any subject of interest to the writer—short stories, accounts of their amusements and rporeations, reading, favourite toys, etc. ' .'4. Letters must be original, written and composed by the children themselves. • 5. Address all letters to "Auntie," o/o. "Watch-, man " Office. 35 Queen Victoria Markets. York-street. My Dear Tonug Folk,— The prize offered for the host map of New Zealand lias been awarded to Ella Hodge. Several maps sent in are well deserving of praise, but I think that of Ella Hodge truly deserves tlie prize. The name of the winner of last week's prize, awarded for the best paint ing of 4< Australia," will be published in next week's issue. The nexi prize will be given to the girl or boy who sends ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

1/2 DOZEN SILVER SPOONS FOR NOTHING. Darin* the tut twelve month* we have given away free thousands of oar fa»e<ae UmlTtWiN and have in oar possession an unlimited number of unsolicited testimonials Ircrta all puts ot An tralia, acknowledging the wonderful ralue of tho gift. This presentation witch harag advertised the Watch Department of our business to saoh a wonderful extent, we have derided to five away ler nothing HaIf*a*Dozen of our famous Indian 511ver Tea Spoons (which wear like solid Mirer throughout) to evenr purchaser of a Special line that we are now offering, oonsistiag of aa Xlsctro>plated. Pickle fork and Jam Spoon at 7s. 6d. These articles are At for any table. This effer is made only ea condition that you show the tfpoons to your friends. It is • Startling Offer aadyoa will be jpore than satisfied* if not return the foods and we will return josr mo—j. 5<il few eur fcndget el Tcstiaeblals and you will bo surprised. The London Watch Co., Centr...

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The Confessional. No. III. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

The Confessional. No. III. That the confessional is a wide-spread con spiracy against the morality and liberty of nations will be seen from tho following. "We give extracts, not from Protestant writers, but from R.C. text books now in use in Maynooth and other colleges; and every priest has been compelled to wade through this course of filth prior to his ordination. From Dens' " De Segille Confessionis " we quote as follows -—" Question: A confessor has seduced his penitent to the commission of carnal sin, not in confession, nor by occasion of confession, but from some other extraordinary occasion. Is he to be denounced ? Answer : No! If he had tampered with her from his knowledge of confession it would be a different thing, because, for instance, he knows that person, from her confession, to be given to such carnal sins. For which reason Steyart reminds us that a confessor can ask a penitent who confesses that she has sinned with a priest or has been seduced by him to the commissio...

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