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Lodge Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 23 August 1902

Lodge Notes. The L.O.L., No. 196, Canterbury, held their quarterly religious service iu the Methodist Church on Sunday afternoon, Aug. 10, which proved a most successful gathering, about 120 members of the Institution being present. The Rev. Bro. W. H. Beale (pastor) preached a most powerful sermon from Heb. 7,23 to 25, the lodge chaplain, Rev. Bro. G. Dunkley, reading the General Qualifications. The following lodges wore represented:—No. 1C Woolloo moollooo No. 38, Ashfield No. 117, Marrickville No. 158, BurwoodNo. 252, Enfield No. 301, No 20, Newcastle; also, No. 02 Protest ant Alliance. No. 150, Rev. George Walker, L.O.L., held its usual monthly meeting in the Oddfellows1 hall, Mount-street, on Monday, 11th August, at 8 p.m. sharp. The large room was filled with members of the lodge, ana brethern of other lodges. Bro. E. Moremau, at the request of the Master, took the chair. After the miuutcs were read, one brother—John Ire land—and one old member were re-admitted. Cundidates, af...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Personal and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 30 August 1902

Personal and Otherwise. - Tlie danger to the public health arising from 'the 'use by women of tlie trailing skirt is evidenced by tho following—a piece of braid 'taken from the skirt of a lady who had been sweeping tlie street in the fashion not uncommon to-day, even with. u dames of high 'degree," when they walk abroad, yielded on examination 28,800 genus. Further, the measurements showed that a strip of skirt at cleast G inches wide' and 5 times as long on each 'side swept tbe ground, and we may reasonably 'put down 10,672,000 germs as resting upon the train of the skirt examined. This, of course, is exclusive of the myriads stirred up :.from tlie ground for people to breathe when ' the dress is dragging along out of doors, or those brushed or shaken off when it is after-wards worn in the house. Certainly, walking dresses with trains or trailing skirts may be described as a very " killing" fashion, especially when epidemics are rife. . Mr. Yerkes, the eminent American railway expe...

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" Retribution." (All rights reserved.) CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 30 August 1902

" Retribution." By xllyah. (All rights reserved.) CHATTER IV. '* Most wi(religions murder hath brute opt the Lord's anointed temple. and stole thence the life o* the building."—Macbeth, Act *2, S<-ene 1, When lie was out of sight she walked about the pretty garden talking to her baby about daddy as if the child could understand even\x=req-\ word; the wee mite laughed and crowed as babies will, particularly the healthy, well\x=req-\ cared-for ones, aud tried to say daddy in his infant fashion, to the great deliglit of Ms mother. "Now baby, we must go to work," she said, turning towards the home. As she disappeared inside an evil-looking fellow passed by. It was the ill-favored Daney, who had been watching for the master of the lioilse to pass out, and who now wished to sec something more of the surroundings of the man who was the chosen victim of the evil conspirators for whom he acted as a tooL He hung about for a time, and then disappeared. When the dark shades of night ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 30 August 1902

CLIFTON'S LILYWHITE STARCH. FREE FllOty ALL ADULTERATION.

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ANNIVERSARY OF "PIONEER" L.O.L. No. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 30 August 1902

ANNIVERSARY OF "PIONEER" L.O.L. No. 30. The members of "Pioneer" L.O.L., No. 30, are truly'proud of the same which they uphold. This was amply evidenced at their successful Anniversary Keligious Service, which was held n St. Matthias' "Hall, Paddington, on Sunday fternoon, August 24th. There was an immense attendance, especially of the fair sex, who one and all pronounced this anniversary to be one of the best and most successful in the history of No. 30. Bro. Edward Sledman, W.M., made a model chairman. Accompanying him on the platform were the Itevs. F. Colwell, R. Book, J. Osborne, E. King, and J. D. Knox; and Bros. S. King, R.W.GK, R.B.P.; C. Chandler, "W.M. 146, R.B.P.; S. J. Collins, W.M., No. 14; W. Burke, W.M., No. 16; J. Stauton, W.M., No. 18; J. Croft, W.M., No. 50; D, Graham, AV.M., No. 251; H. H. Phillips, W.M., No. 254; and the following officers of No. 30 were also present:—W. H. Chandler, F.C., Hi Whayman, Treas., W. Ingram, Tyler, and H. J. D. Morton, Secretary. The ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 30 August 1902

XradaMark. TEAS COFFEES COCOAS Baking Powder . . 534 George-street, Opposite Town Hall, SYDNEY, /hri& g Q Proprietary Umifnd, SIGNAL.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 30 August 1902

Anger not the Projphet Wragge By scoffing at bis tales, He may untie his weather bag And loose the storms and gales. The ill effects of drenching rain We only can endure, By driving out the cold 'tis plain With Woods' Great Peppermint Cube.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 30 August 1902

For Good Value in Drapery TRY .. Edward tyorderri's. Season's Novelties Now Opening. Wmtk fob Prices and Sasttees, CLOTHING axd MEN'S MERCERY Our Specialty. EDWARD HOKDERN, 666 and 668 GEORGE STREET (Brickfield Hill). THEO. L.ORENZ. Lapidary & jeweller, aii precious stones Cat and Polished on the premises. Sixteen years* cxpcrience -in Colonies. 89 TVT A T?.-R"R1T SO?. T. J. ANDREWS, UNDERTAKER And monumental mason Railway Bridge, Newtown, And at 1S6 Devonsliire-ht, Surry Hill? Telephones 13S N and 1003 ALWAYS DEMAND - - - "Snow White " Baling Powder. Established 1881. J. 32• HARRIS, 283 KING ST., NEWTOWN (Opiate Post Office), Watchmaker, Manufaoturitig Jeweller, optician, etc. All kinds of Watties, Clocks, Jewellery, Silver-plate, etc., suitable tor presentation. Spectacles to suit all Sights. Special attention given to Watch, Clock and Jewellery Repairs. All -work done on the premise*. f!tm ob Teems. For STYLISH MILLINERY, Visit - - MISS HUNTER, Milliner, 1)7 GEOBGE-ST. WE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 30 August 1902

UOCHDAlEiXOLLECE obieyJ r REV? C.TFDR5CUTXEA1 PrtncipaL1 ' ftMWCUSflURDDtt saaaratBova. The College- is charmingly situated in it$ owu park grounds of 13 acres on the heights of Kockdale. Boys receive, individual teaching and personal explanation of their lessonB. Fees for Boarders, from £9 9s per term. All sub\x=req-\ jects,laundry,mend\x=req-\ ing, etc. Established ten years. Prospec tus on application to the Principal. Tele phone, 49 £. We are now conducting Funeral Business at Cheaper Rates than any other similar establishment in Sydney or Suburbs. Embalming as practised by ub, is a 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 Suburb Telephone Call, 726, eto ^

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Our Little Folks. RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 30 August 1902

Oiir Little Folks. fconducted by "Auntie."! RULES. 1. "Writers must be between the ages of tax and fifteen, and must state their ages when writing-. 2. Writers to "Auntie" murt' "writo on one ride of the paper only. 3. Letters may bo upon any subject of interest to the writer—short stories, accounts of their amusements and xreations, reading-, favourite toys, etc. 4. Letters must be original, written and composed by the children themselves. ri. Address all letters to " Auntie," c/o. " Watch\x=req-\ pian " Office. 35 Queen Victoria Markets. York-street. My Dear Young Folk,— The priae offered for the best painting of the word *• Australia" has been won by Willie Jackson. His -work "was exceedingly well done. The prize for the next fortnightly competition -will bo awarded to the boy or girl who sends in the best pen and ink sketch of a cat; the work must be original and not copied. There is a little Scotch girl who has written to her uncle in Sydney, and as he would like to see the let...

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No. 42 L.O.L. CAMBEWARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 30 August 1902

No. 42 L.O.L. CAMBEWAEEA. The monthly meeting of the above lodge was held on Monday evening, the 18th iust, at the School of Arte, Cambowarra. The lodge was opened in the usual way, about 30 members being present. Two hew members were initiated. A very favourable report from the 11th July Celebration Committee was submitted, the lodge coming out with a small balance in hand. It is pleasing to note in the report that about 200 persons were present at the j celebration. It was resolved that the lodge insert advertisements of meetings, in the Watchman

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LIST OF THOSE WHO SENT LETTERS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 30 August 1902

I LIST OF THOSE WHO SENT LETTERS, ETC. Robert Munden, C. Cowell, Lizzie Hogue, "Willie | Jackson, Maud Lonsdale, Frank Johnstone, Jane bulgin, Mabel Lawsou, Jessie Lawson, E. Ibberson, Elie MeKinnon, Percy Starling, Frank Highnjan, Minnie Lance, M. Petty, Harold KcicL ' Guildford, August 17th, 1902. Dear Auntie,— We have lo j»et canaries. I have two brothers and one sister. 1 go to the South Granville School, and I am in upper fourth in the big school. I belong to the Soutli Granville Congregationrtl SchooL The day school children •will hold an arbour day on Saturday, and I »in going; tea will he provided. Next xnonth Mr. Short, our late pastor, u coming down from Bowrai, and in going to stay for five night*. He is going ro give a series of addresses on the Tabernacle of Israel in the Wilderness. So eood bve. i I remain, your loving niece, Lily Bailey (aged 11). 47 Calder-ruad, Bedfern, Aug*. 20th, '02. Dear Auntie,— I went to the Turrey-Alexander mission in the Town Hull la»-t Mond...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 30 August 1902

WELLINGTON (N.S.W.) On Friday, loth insfc., a preliminary meeting -was held hy a number of Orangemen, ■with a view of re-opening L.O.L., Duke of Wellington, No. 161, which has been inoperative for several years. Considerable interest is being taken in the matter, and there is every prospect of the lodge being restored to the nourishing condition that previously prevailed. It was proposed that a circular be sent to all the brethren in the district to attend the meeting to be held in the Protestant-hall, Wellington, on 28th inst. •

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The Protestant Watchtower. The Cause of Ireland's Woe. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 30 August 1902

The Protestant Watclitower. The Cause of Ireland's Woe. A recent book, il'Carthy's " Five Years in Ireland: 1805-1900," is a remarkable volume. One does not wonder that it has gone through several editions in a few months. The writer is a loyal Roman Catholic, and a broken-hearted patriot. Many of his utterances throb with noble passiou and compassion. The most eager assailants of Irish Romau Catholicism may now safely shelter themselves behind this boo!:. The Irish priests, ho says, as in Spain, are strangling the life of the nation; they are destroying manhood and self-reliance; they have made Ireland a joyless country: they foster the most deplorable superstitions; they are universally praised in public and despised in private. Again he says: " The foundations of jRomanisui in Europe arc crumbling away. In France they have * a mere death's-head and skeleton of religion,' and the census shows that one-fourth of all the inhabitants of Franco now avow their alienation from the Churc...

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L.O.L. DR. DILL MACKY No. 254. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 30 August 1902

L.O.L. Di:. DILL MACKT No. 254. This Lodge, which is now only in the sixth month of its existence, met on Thursday, the 21st inst, in the Presbyterian school-hall, Charing Cross, Waverley. The meeting was of the bright and, cheerful character which this lodge seems to be making a special feature. The various officers were in their respective positions, and about 20 members with a like number of visitors. . During the past month the officers have purchased a set or new re galia, which was used for the. first time, and some of the members contributed towards the cost of the same most cheerfully. Sincere thanks expresses what the officers and members feel towards Lodge No. 00. Indeed, it is becoming a bye word in the lodges to speak of " No. 30 " as the parent, and the " Dr. Dill Macky 254 57 as the child, so intimate are these two lodges in their sympathies and intercourse; the thanks here mentioned being for the loan of regalia which, until now, has been the only set 254 has had. In ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 30 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 & BEDDING. CARPETS & FLOOR COVERINGS, FURNISHING UPHOLSTERY, DECORATIVE DRAPERY & BLINDS, find they will be housed in .1 style of magnificence and conv cnience hitherto unknown in Australia. In building the new store the question of Uglit has 1>een given special prominence, with the result that the glorious light of day shines into every corner. This is one of the signs of the I'hoenix rising from the ashes of the Great Fire of July, 1901. More will follow. Jfotnng Wem & Bnne, Jnimsai promfe HAYMARKET (ONLY), SYDNEY. 9

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Storids from the Past. XIII HOLLAND'S STRUGGLE FOr RELIGIOUS FREEDOM. (Continued.) (All Rights Reserved.) THE SIEGE OF HARLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 30 August 1902

Storids troiii the Past. xra. HOLLAND'S STRUGGLE FOE RELIGIOUS FREEDOM. (Continued.1 By O.E.S.T. {All Rights Reserved.) The Siege of Haklem. Famine, in all its awful tenors, now settled down like a heavy cloud over the devoted City of Harlem, removing from the burghers every vestige of hope. In vain were messages sent to William telling of the privations that all were suffering from, and imploring succour. William was, indeed, almost at the end of his resources, and destitute of men, arms or treasure wherewith alone an arm}' could be raised. Savoy, however, in the north, determined to make at least an effort to throw provisions into the starving city. But his men proved too fainthearted to meet the ferocious Spaniards, and after a weak effort to advance along the dyttes they beat a retreat. A few had been taken prisoners by the besiegers and, of course, suffered the usual fate. A new gibbet was erected in a .conspicuous position, where the starving burghers could see them, and here ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 30 August 1902

Business ^tice. The Watchman, & "Weekly Journal of SocaaJ, Political, and Beligioas 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 oomes into operation, and if so, subscribers are kindly requested to forward the necessary postage. The Management recommend subscribers to procure The Watchman from their Newsagents, to "whom their subscriptions would bo payable. But if this is in convenient, they may apply direct to* Tins, Watchman 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 addroesed to Ac Editor, 9 Jamicson-strcet, and Business Communicate th...

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Important Notice, [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 30 August 1902

Important Notice, Those wishing: supplies of The Watchman are requested to apply direct to 44 Thu .Manager, 1H5 Queen Victoria Markets, Ym k-sUcM't," and nut to the editor. Attention to tliis notice will expedite business.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 30 August 1902

15 Beautiful Pictures Half-tone» printed cm Axtr p*j»er, fas etoCCt Grace ralotta as in three eoleza (11x10), ae —is two ooloi* (12x10); Judging Day U Sydney Show (24 x 10); the Town Hill, 83rds»j; General Port OfBoe, Sjdnej ; the Sydney Uoepital; the State Seott&ry'B Ofioej the Sydney CnstomHooM; the Boyal Exchange (ill It x 10), alto Shipping, Coal Mining, IM Partetal Soenoi. The picture! are equal to the Wet Englieh and Americas prints. 44 The State Tictorial** U illostrative and deeariptfre of erei7 phaee of life. Port free Bd» Tn Cokmxbcul Publibbisb Cot. Lt*., 87 Pirr Srnaax, 8mvRi 9"

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