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The N.S.W. Christian Endeavour Union. ANNUAL CONVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 30 August 1902

The KS.W. Christian Endeavour Union. ANNUAL CONVENTION. The eleventh nnnnnl Convention of the N.8.W. Christian Endeavour Union will commence on Friday (Aug. 29) and last to Wednesday (Sept 3rd). The various meetings and demonstrations will be held chiefly in the Town TTnll and the Y.M.C. A. HalL Delegates from | all the societies throughout N.S.W. will attend, ! and a largo gathering is anticipated. The pro- j gramme for the week's work is most elaborate, and among tho principal events will be the j Junior Conference and the ATmnnl Council meeting on Friday. These meetings will be held at tho Baptist Church, Bathurst-street. On Saturday afternoon a gigantic Junior Rally will eventuate at the Town-hall, and in the evening several of Sydney's leading ministers will speak on "Christian Citizenship " at the Young Men's Christian Association Hall. No stated session of the Convention will be held on Sunday, but the various city ministers will preach on tho principles or Christian Endeavou...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 30 August 1902

DAIRY PRODUCE. Brrrrxn—Creamery, 1/7 per lb. Pafsteurised,'1/7A per 1 lb. ■Factoiy, 1/6. Sales dull. Dairy, 1/5. • Pastry, 1/4. Bacos—Sides: McLean's, /91 per lb., Manning's /9|, » /9i- " . Middles, m, /10. Hitches, /7S, /8. Shoulders, /6i, f7{. fimnoae—N.S.W., loaf, /9i, per lb. Medium size, /9$, /9J. Victorian, /9i. N.Z. /9§. " . EGGS—Southern, -JO, 9k per doz. Northern, /8l, /9. New laid, /94, /10. IiAei>—Bladder, /9 to /9§. Bulk tins, /8|, /9£. TTa'mb—Scarce, N. S. 3V.,/1P| to /II per lb., brands, 1/- ' •" ' N.Z„ /10J, /IK Poultby—Fowls: Hens, ii/3,3/0; prime 3/5,4/Cperpair. „ Boosters, 4/, 4/G ; prime, 4/9, 5/6. Ducks o/-, 3/6, prime 4/-, 6/-. Geese, 4/9, 5/6, prime (>/-, 7/-. Turkey hens, 4/0, 5/0, prime 6/0, 7/G. ,, cocks, 8/- 9/-; prime, 10/-, 10/\x=req-\ FABM PBODUCE. Maize—Prime 5/0 per bushel. i Northern, 5/8. 5/9. j • . ! Other sorts, 5/7h to 5/8. Chat?—Local prime, 7/10/- per ton. Medium, 7/-/- to 7/5/\x=req-\ Other qualify, 5/-/-, 5/10/-. Adelaide, prime, 7/10/- ...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Australian Protestant Defence Association. NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 30 August 1902

The Australian Protestant Defence Association. NOTICE. Districts desirous of the formation of a branoh of tie A.F.D.A. arc requested to communicate -with tie President, c/o No. 9 Jamieson-street, Sydncj.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 30 August 1902

Notice. We liope to rosumo the series of interesting articles ou " Eomauisni in Australia " in next " Wet Puint" wo oltcu see about, v . And wisely keep our distance ; Ad vice like thin is good no doubt, And valuable assistance. But there's one tiling-more precious btill Of that you can make sure, By driving off your cough or chili With WOODS* GEEAT Pwi'Kninvr CUEE

Publication Title: Watchman
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Editor's Letter Box. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 30 August 1902

Editor's Letter Box. "WVW.S.—Will givo the information shortly. J. G. Bull.—Oliurch of England. J.S.—"Will publish in early issue. Agra.—Agricultural column will appear soon.

Publication Title: Watchman
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The Protestant Movement in Victoria, [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 30 August 1902

The Protestant Movement in Victoria, " The Christian Citizen," in speaking of the first meeting of the Victorian Protestant Union at the Assembly Hall, Melbourne, says: Mr. EL H. Keid at the Assembly Hall stated that Mr. Bobert Bamsay, the whilom Minister for Education, had' said to him that the reason he had expurgated the Scriptural lessons from the school books, -was to " placate " theBoman Catholics. It has not done so, the fact is that since then they are more turgid than ever. No concessions would over satisfy them, nothing but supremacy, for did not Archbishop Yaughan say:—" I am a Catholic first and an Englishman after." No man should object to a man placing his religion first, if that religion had for its basal principle his duty to God and his duly to man, but I do not regard the papal system so much as a religion as a vast and cruel organisation to get power and money. What does a man mean when he says "I am a'Catholic first ?" No more and no less than that he will follow...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 30 August 1902

i/2 DOZEN SILVER SPOONS FOR NOTHING. Dninff tba tut twelve montho we have given away free thousands of our ftmoMOQwWaAakM and hat* la oar poaaaseion an unlimited number of unsolicited taititnoruala Irw® all part* of lu\x=req-\ Italia, acknowledging tba wonderful value of thft gift. Thia praaentation watch havlnj advertiaad tba "Watch Department of our business to rich a wonderful extant, we have decided to give away far nothing Half«a*Doxea of our fatnooa Indian 5llver Tern Spooai (which wear like aolid rtlver throughout) to every purchaser of a Special line that wa ara sow oSarifi*, (xraaiatiag of am Elactro-plaUd Fickle Fork and Jain Spoon at 7c. 6d. Tfceee article* ara fit for any labia. Thia affar la made only on condition that 700 ahow th« Spoon* to your frienda. It la a Startling Ofar and job will be mora than aatiafled, if not return the gooda and wa will retnra jamr bomay. 3mM tor anr fcodfet at Teatimanlala aod you will be surprised. Tba London Watch Co., Central Arcade, Ge...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Russia Keeps Rome in Her Place. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 30 August 1902

Russia Keeps Rome in Place. Italy and France are not tlie only countries where Rome liua to be on her good behaviour. From the "CatholicTimes," April 11th, we learn that1 * The Bishop of Vilna has been deposed by the Russian Government, and imprisoned, for having published a circular persuading Catholic parents not to send their children to the Orthodox Schools. Cardinal BampoBa has addressed a diplomatic not* to the Bussian l Government, protesting iu strong terms against ' this violent and arbitrary act." If England would only depose and imprison a few of the I militant ecclesiastics who denounce and boycott her Model Schools, she would confer a benefit on education and the public generally. Timid Protestants may lift their hands in holy horror at the thought, nevertheless it will have to be done some day, if Home is to be kept in her place.

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 — 30 August 1902

Commercial. The Watchman Office, Wednesday Evening. faem and dairy produce. Since our last report beneficial rains have ^fallen over the principal parts of the colony, giving promise of an early growth of natural fodder. This has seriously affected ilie produce market, prices all round showing varying reductions. Chaff market weakened considerably, buyers hanging off. Supplies ex Rod fern show slight increase, but bidding is dull and spiritless. Wheat market still firm, at about late quotations. Maize weaker, market very unsettled, owing to probabilities of further large shipments of Argentine to arrive, some 20,000 tons being negotiated over extended deliveries. Bran and Pollard show decline in values, buyers hanging off. Lucerne selling well at late quotations, only limited supplies being available. Potatoes in. good request at advanced prices, 7/5/-, 7/10/- being obtained for prime Circulars. Onions selling well, prices likely to firm considerably, near approach of the end of the...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 30 August 1902

Notice of Removal. C. GIFFORD MOORE, House it Estate ■ Aecnt, has REMOVED to those commodious 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 Cojiwervertoire, Leipsic). SCHOOLS AITENDED. For Terms, etc., apply " Watchman " Office, 35 Q.V Markets, York-street. PIANOFORTE. MBS. C. GIFFORD MOORE (Pupil of Sir Charles Halle) Receives pupils at her residence, AJjVERTOX, AMBROSE-ST.. HUNTER'S HILL, And at Palings' and Elvy'n, George-fit,, Sydney. Telephones—067 Central Exchange, 73 Hunter's Hfll. 55/ Sack Suits to Order 55s, LUDGATER, The Leading Oxfcird-st. ■ TAILOR, Tel- 371 "William-nt. Near Crown Street, Watches Cleaned & Regulatea 216 Best English Mainspring, 2/G. Sixpence will pay for pci.-tmg aud registering your •watcli to us All work aonts by us is returned post free. Cheapest house in Sydney for watches and jeweUery. ...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Poet's Corner. THE EMPIRE'S PRAYER. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 30 August 1902

The Poet's Corner. / THE EMPIRE'S PRAYER. "God! blew King Edward and o«r graeiou> Queen." Long live our King: und Queen ! long inuy You Reign, (The echo i* re-echoed fur and wide) Long may the Sceptre iu Your bunds remain, And jointly rule Your Empire side by side. Long may You live to emulate the deeds, Of Queen Victoria thro' Her righteous reigu; Long may You live! to meet "the growing needs, Of subject Races o'it Your vast domain. Long may You lite ! to vindicate the right,— To raiM! the fallen from their low estate; Long may You live! to wield Imperial wight, • Shielding the weaker from the strong and great. Long mav you live! exemplars of "the Truth,** Richly uufolded in God's Holy Word, Telling of Chrj.sr, who from h?h early Youth, Tiie People's welfare to Ills .own preferred. Long may You live!. and when at last the call Shall come to lay Your'Regal burden down, Then may the King of lungs "—the Lord of all,— Invest You with an everlasting Crown. 0. w. Wheeler. Beccroft, X....

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 30 August 1902

A SILVER WATCH FOR NOTHING, We hereby undertake to GIVE ONE of our famous SILVER WATCHES, listed at £il 10s (Lady's or Gentleman's) to every Man, Woman, or Child who sends us the Correct Beading of the following puzzle:— j A W'TCHilW «S A N'C'SS'TY. j The only condition is that if your answer is correct you purchase one of our Solid Sterling Silver Chains to wear with the Watch. SEN1) 1*0 MONEY, simply forward your answer, «md enclose stamp and addressed envelope (2d), so that we may inform you if you have won the watch. There is no necessity o cut out this advertisement. We are making this offer solely with the object of introducing and advertising our goods. Address, THE MANAGES, THE ENGLISH WATCH. CO., P.O. CHAMBERS HTT STREET, SYDNEY

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 30 August 1902

Special Offer. In order to introduce our COLO WIRE JEWELLERY to the Australian public, we have decided to ofl'er one of the greatest bargains ever seen in the Jewel\x=req-\ lery Trade, viz., the abore veiy handsome BROOCH, any name, or a Initials made of extra quality gold-filled wire, -with Heart Pendent. Guaranteed 1 "i carat solid gold. Complete, sent post free 011 receipt of P.O.O. or M.O. 7* fid. Smaller sozes, i\<6, 3, G, 210. I MRS. FERNLEY, COSTUMIERE. LADIES' OWN MATERIAL MADE UP IN LATEST STYLES. Charges- Moderate. • 427a King-st., NEWTOWN. N. H. SCOTT, -V Merchant Tailor, 182 King-st., Newtown. Caul* seentjil nine o'clock each evemrjr, LOOK OUT FOR MRS- SHEPHERD'S NEW BOOK, Tfie Life of Sister Mara liyk, OR The fiorrors of lie Garineliie ftaeri], In which place nhe wan imprisoned in a dung-eon for *21 year*. OBTAINABLE AT THE OFFICE OF tyessrs. W. .M. MADGWIC^ and SONS, . 35fcQUEEN VICTORIA MARKETS. SYDNEY. MAGIC OPTICAL ACETYLENE LIMELIGHT and ELECTRIC - LANTE...

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THE STRANDED SHELL. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 30 August 1902

THE STRANDED SHELL. It sang of its Louie iu the deep of the sea, When it clung toits rocky bed— Of the cca-solcus roar of the waves at play, Of the hearts that were broken in worlds away, As iliey caught to their bosom their anguished prey. It saug of the mermaids who plaited their hair In the depths of the swaying tea, Of the ships that were rocked ou its billowy breast, Of the wealth that they bore at a nation's behest, Of the gurgling groau as they wink to their rest. It sang of the day when 'twas caught by the spray And loosed from the deep of the sea. Of the myriad shades that glanced from thegold, ' Of the sun as it sank in its splendor untold, Of the night as it settled in silence and 'sold. It sang, but it wept as it sang, for its heart Was down in the dark of the sea, And it mourned to be back in the ocean deep, Where the seaweed sobs as it sinks to sleep, And'onlv the fish their night watches keep. It ceased in its song, and it cried in its grief, To return to its occun ho...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Introduction to the Study of Natural Law. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 30 August 1902

Introduction to the Study of Natural Law. 1, Oiugin of Natuiul Law.—As far as human observation extends, and apparently throughout space and time, the entire universe is under the dominion of certain laws called " Natural laws," because they govern all natural objects. The framing of a law requires intelligence capable of conceiving a purpose and of devising the means of carrying it into effect, and this intelligence must possess both the power and the will to effect its purpose, otherwise its laws would be inoperative. Among natural objects man possesses the highest intelligence, but it is clear that he did not originate natural law; firstly, because lie is subject to it; secondly, because it operates independently of his power and of his will; thirdly, because he is entirely ignorant of the , methods by which it does operate; foiutlily, because his intelligence and power are incapable of exercising any influence over remote ! objects. Natural law is therefore the work of a hicher ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Jesuit. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 30 August 1902

The Jesuit. Pope Clement XIV (Ganganelli), by his Bull " Dominus ac redemptor noster," on the 21st July, 1773, abolished the " Order of Jesuits." They had previously been hunted out of every Roman Catholic country in Europe on account of their immorality, intriguing and crimes. Their infamous conduct had so shocked the fealings of utterly demoralised Rome that Ganganelli, urged on by the R.C. powers in Europe, was forced to destroy them, they being a constant menace to the Papacy. It would fill large volumes to recount the accusations broughtagainst them. They were proved to be grossly destitute of moral principle and religion. It was proved beyond doubt that they had commissioned John Chastel, who vas a student in the Jesuit College under Father Gueret, to murder Henry IV. He boldly avowed on his trial that he had been taught by the Jesuits that it was lawful to kill the King since he was out of the Churcli, and that no one ought to obey him as King till he should be approved of by...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

1 fide Mart:. TEAS . , COFFEES COCOAS. Bakiqg Powder . . 1UI4AJU. 534 George-street, Opposite Town. Hall, SYDNEY, M Q Proprietary T

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

ill COLLEGE SYDNEY. tlWCIFBBSnnXBN Jfrtnclpat^ -r "k KKS^CLtS BSUECW6 SGKn.MBQX8.| The College is charmingly situated in its owu park grounds of 13 acres on the heights of Kockdale. Boys receive individual tea* ching and personal explanation of their lessons. Fees for Boarders, from £9 9s per term. All sub\x=req-\ jects,laundry., mending, etc. Established ten years. Frospec tus on application to the Principal. Tele phone, 49 R. We are now conducting Funeral Business at Cheaper Rates than any other similar establishment in Sydney or Suburbs.. Embalming as practised by us, ia } 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, 729. etc

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Legal Column. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

Our Legal Column. 1 Ekqoteies should be addressed to "Lei," Watch, han Office, 35 Market Buildings, York-street, and must | be accompanied by the subjoined printed appliealiotu | This column is intended to afford information and — i practical advice to correspondent, with regard to any , legal difficulties which they may experience. Questions submitted may often require research, and therefore should reach this office not later than Monday : of the week in which a reply is desired. APPLICATION TO ACCOMPANY ENQUIRY. To "Lex," "Watchman" Office,. 35 Market Buildings, York-street, Sydney. Please answer in "The Watchman" the annexed question. Reply to be addressed to G-.T.E.—All you need do is to pay half the coBt of repairing the portion of the fence that requires repairs. S.J.—"We understand that the purchaser of the business "wishes to enforce an agreement made with the vendors by a third party. Very likely he can do so, but it is impossible to say without seeing the two agreements, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The " Conversion" of England. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

The " Conversion" of England. " The annual pilgrimage in Canterbmy of the members of the Roman-Catholic Guild of < Our Lady of Hansom took place on July 8. Contingents from London, Hastings, Earns- . gate, Ashford, Sittingbourne, and Maidstone, attended. Mgr. W. Crake-Bobinson, M.A., preached the pilgrimage sermon. He declared that progress was being made towards conver-' sion of England, instancing the decline of the '"no Popery" cry, the action of the Law Courts in the recent Jesuit case, and the replacement of statues of the Madonna at Westminster Abbey, St. Mary Abbots, Kensington, ; at Oxford, and elsewhere. Going about the " ' country it was difficult to find a low Church among the parish churches, arid a well-informed friend told him that but for the Simeon Trustees they would be obliterate# altogether. Memorial services for the dead, too, were a step Homeward, and he looked hopefully upon the .Ritualistic movement. They were teaching ! Catholic truth, and God is a...

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