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WOMEN ENFRANCHISED. (To the Editor of the " Watchman.") [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

"WOMEN ENFRANCHISED. (To the Editor of the " Watchman.") Sir,—I was veiy pleased to read your correspondent " Sentinel's " letter on this subject, and I hope as time wears on, and nears for the first exercise of this vote, the " Watchman " will forcefully place the important obligation now incumbent on our Protestant women, well before them. Personally, I was always opposed to this legislation, because I feared we would give the Roman Catholics one of the best tools possible to slay us with. I write ; the preceding sentence very reluctantly* It is | my belief. I do hope I am pessimistic in the I extreme. I appreciate Miss (-folding's utterance as quoted by you; but I would think far better of the new Act if she could truly echo a spark of her sentiment on behalf of the Soman Catholic women. It is very easy to talk theoretically about non-sectarian love and charity, in an altruistic spirit; but put it into practice, and where are we? Why the altruistic spirit is purely a Protestant p...

Publication Title: Watchman
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MONASTERIES. (To the Editor of the WATCHMAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

MONASTERIES. (To the Editor of the Watchman.) "During last century, many monastic institutions on the Continent were suppressed— Spain, for example, in*1855 getting rid of 900 monasteries; while in Italy, up to the close of 1870, some 2000 were expropriated and their houses made national property. In nearly all of the countries where suppression took place the number of nuns was considerably in excess of the number of monks, in some cases being eight times as large. As a consequence of this persecution the monastic institutions in this country and in America have of late increased very, rapidly, the latest information on, the point putting the number of separate communities for nuns only, in Great Britain at about'600, which on an average of 12 sisters to each establishment gives over 7000 nuns domiciled at the present moment in England and Scotland, a number which in all probability is too low; it may veiy possibly amount to 10,000. This, of course, is quite apart from the numerous...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE RUIN OF EDUCATION IN IRELAND. (To the Editor of " THE WATCHMAN." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

THE ETJIN OF EDUCATION IN IRELAND. (To the Editor of " The 'WATCHJLUf." Sir,—Tlie "Sydney Morning Herald" t>f 25th August publishes a letter occupying folly a column, under the heading, " Why the Religious Orders leave France," and over the signature of " F. Kenneth McDonalL" After referring in a few lines to what the Rev. F. Colwell had said at the Waverley meeting of the P.D.A, he (Mr. McD.) goes on to say: "A little attention to fact would be refreshing" Perfectly correct Mr. McD., but what do we find ? Why in your very next sentence you say, " The religious orders have not been 1 driven from the land* (France.) Now, surely you have forgotten what you said in your previous sentence I One would have thought that we were to have something refreshing, but instead of that we have something very different, for unless the cable messages, wo have been receiving for some days back, have beeiitfcl/ojj, we can come to no other conclusion but that you are giving us something not refreshi...

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A DANIEL COME TO JUDGMENT. (To the Editor of the WATCHMAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

A DANIEL .COiME TO .JUDGMENT. (To the Editor of the Watchman."! I Sir,—Your lectures are stirring up a large ! number of people who have hitherto been dormant on the . subject, and I have not the I slightest doubt but that they will bestir them\x=req-\ | selves and exercise their judgment in voting for the Protestant cause when the time arrives. A Lemon Man.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

For Good Value in Drapery .. TRY .. Edward Horderifs. Season's Novelties Now Opening. Wbitb fob Prices and Saiitles. t CLOTHING a>*d MEN'S MERCERY Qur Specialty\x=req-\ EDWARD HORDERN, .666 and 668 GEOBGE STREET " (Brickfield Hiil). THEO. LORkNZ. LAPIDARY & JEWELLER., All Precious Stones Cnt and Polished on the premises. Sixteen years* experience in Colonies. 89 jyr.A-ZRTr-FIT ST. T- J. ANDREWS, UNDERTAKER Ana MONUMENTAL MASON Railway Bridge, Newtown, And at 1S6 Devonshire-st, Surry Hills Telephones 13S N and 1003 ALWAYS DEMAND - - - "Snow White " Baling Powder. Established 18si. 283 KING ST., NEWTOWN (Opposite Post Office), Watchmaker, Manufacturirig Jeweller. Optician, etc. All kinds of Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, Silver-plate, etc., suitable for presentation. Spectacles to suit all Sights. Special. attention given to Watch, Clock and Jewellery Repairs. All work done on the premises. Cash ob Thesis. Fop STYLISH millinery, . FEATHERS, HPS, & FASHIONABLE PARISIAN ...

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A "HERETIC" JOURNAL. (To the Editor of the WATCHMAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

A "HEBETIC" JOURNAL. (To the Editor of the Watchman.) Sir,—\V mist travelling irom the JL'oint 111 a j crowded tram car recently, I noticed a well\x=req-\ dressed gentleman reading a copy of the " "Watchman " when suddenly, to the amaze-1 ment of his fellow-passengers, he dashed the ; paper, with a dramatic gesture, to the car | floor, and trampled upon it with, as much as to i say:—" May all Rome's enemies perish thus." ! The incident reminds me of two poor dupes of Borne who, after reading together the " Contents " hill of the Watchman placard loudly ejaculated that "Mrs. Shepherd was no nun, the hussie "; " the dirty creatureand afterwards fell to kicking the board. Yours respectfully, E. Woodhouse.

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JELLY-FISH PROTESTANTS. (To the Editor of the WATCHMAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

I ' JELLY-FISH PROTESTANTS. I (To the Editor of the "Watchman.) Sir,—As one interested in your^ address on Rome and the Female Franchise, I quite endorse all you say. I can also assure you that there are a great number of Protestants who keep in the background and never declare themselves, simply for peace sake, but who. will be on the alert, should the time arrive, to protest and fight against Romanism getting the 1 upper hand; and should the roU ever be called, you can depend on all true Britishers being there. As regards your remarks on the Government departments, I am well aware of the truth of your statements. In fact, the sam° thing occurred in a large private firm, a short time ago, when a Romanist foreman actually dischargedFrotestants to put onthose of his own creed, on the understanding that they subscribed one pound towards the funds of the R.G.'s, but he got a rung too high up the ladder, and on enquiry he came down smash. When you say that Protestants are careless, I ag...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Correspondence. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] FIVE YEARS IN IRELAND BY MICHAEL McCARTHY. (TO THE EDITOR OF "THE WATCHMAN." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

Correspondence. [JPe do not Jtold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed iy our Correspondents.]] five years IN ireland. by michael McCarthy. (to the editor of "the watchman." Sir,—Your notice and extracts from the above work induced me to obtain a copy, which I have been reading with great interest. Being written by a Roman Catholic it commends itself to the thoughtful, especially to those who feel inclined to support the claim of Cardinal Kelly for State aid to R. C. schools. We admire the courage and honesty of Mr. McCarthy in his endeavour to solve the Irish problem, and his directness in pointing out the cancer spots of unhappy Ireland. His contrasts between the splendour of the Romish Chuich, with its lavish ceremonials, and the poverty, ignorance and superstition of the R. C. population, together with the given fa<:ts and figures, is a valuable object-lesson, coming from one who claims to be " Catholic to the core." We hope and pray that R. C. Irishmen an...

Publication Title: Watchman
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THE POPE'S MITRE. (TO THE EDITOR OF "THE WATCHMAN.") [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

THE POPE'S MITRE. (to the editor of "The \vatcnim**.") | X append .here some cuttings from various papers, one of which is rather old, 40 yean?, bat I thought it might prove none the less interesting to some of your readers of the present generation. It is an extract from the " Christian Pleader," the only religious Protestant paper that I lutew of at the time, in 1860. It purports to be an explanation of the Latin inscription on the Pope's Mitre, referring it to the last verse of the 13th chap, of Bevelation. I for one doubt if any man can give a better explanation of that particular verse of Scripture anyhow. I leave it in j'our hands, and with your kind permission will proceed to give a short accouut i of my Colonial career, which extends now over j 49 years, and some events of which maj* have j some interest for the readers of the Watch- | Max, In the year 18G3, having then been ten ! yoars in the colony, but having obtained only a moderate amount of succcss, I thought to try th...

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BISHOP DOYLE ON BAZAARS. REFERENCE TO BISHOP STRETCH. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

BISHOP DOYLE ON BAZAARS. REFERENCE _ TO BISHOP STEETCH. The .Right Rev. Dr. Doyle, R.C. Bishop of Lismore, in the course of his address when opening a bazaar recently at Casino, made some remarks on bazaars and the history of them in church work. He said: " As regards the immediate object of our meeting, viz., the bazaar, I wish to make a very few remarks. Bazaars are of the most ancient origin—indeed their origin is clearly discernible in the twilight of history. We read in the Scriptures that the great King Solomon, of Jewish fame, held a great display in the Jerusalem of his day. To that great bazaar, or display, were invited the monarchs of the earth. One of those who accepted the invitation, of the great Solomon, was her august Majesty, the gorgeous and renowned Queen of Sheba, predecessor of the Negus of Abyssinia—Menelik, the "King of Kings," as he styles himself. It will be in your recollection that a few weeks ago this great King Menelik sent the chief of his army—Boss Mako...

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ARE WE LOYAL? (To the Editor of the WATCHMAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

ABE WE LOYAL ?„ (To the Editor of the Watchman.) Sir,—A few days ago, when all eyes were turned to the Old Land, and toward the solemn yet joyous scenes being enacted 'therein; wheu with glad interest and pride of kinship were read the vivid description of the soul-inspiring events attending the coronation of our beloved King and Queen, the question asked above would doubtless have received, and would probably now receive, an emphatic and perhaps indignant affirmative by that great majority of our people who are free to think for themselves, and at liberty to speak as thej' think. And, in this connection, there is no reason to doubt the absolute truth and sincerity of that reply, for the great portion of the people of N.S.W. referred to are assuredly most loyal to their Most Gracious Majesties, and to the Empire to which they belong. But loyalty is by no means confined to any one avenue of action or expression. The directions in which it may be practised or preached are legion ; som...

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Stories from the Past. XIV. HOLLAND'S STRUGGLE FOR RELIGIOUS FREEDOM. (Continued.) (All Rights Reserved.) ALVA'S GLEMENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

Stories from the Past, j XIV. HOLLAND'S STRUGGLE FOR RELIGIOUS FREEDOM. (Continued.) By C.E.S.T. 1 {All Rights Reserved;} Alya's Guemsxcy. The fall of Harlem, and the subsequent butchery of its inhabitants, was taken advantage of by Alva to issue a circular-letter to all the cities of the Netherlands. "It was," says Morley, "a paper of singular character, cunningly an affectation of almost ludicrous clemency, "with honest and hearty brutality. There was, consequently, something very grotesque about the document. Philip, in the outside, was made to sustain towards his undutiful subjects the character of the brooding hen and the prodigal's father; a range of impersonation hardly to be allowed him, even by the most abject flattery." " Ye are well aware," thus ran the letter " That the lung has ever, and will again manifest his willingness to receive his children, in however forlorn a condition the prodigals might return. His Majesty assures you once more that your sins, however black t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

=Sia.sir?ess l^ofcie©. The "Watcimax, a Weekly Journal of Social, Political, and Religious Progress. Published every Thursday. Office: 35 Queen Victoria Markets, York-street, Sydney. Telephone No. 2564. Subscribers' Terms. Yearly .. .. 4s. 4 J. 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 aro kmdly requested to forward the necessary postage. The Management recommend subscribers to procure The WatcjdslAn from their Newsagents, to whom their subscriptions would be payable. But if this is inconvenient, they may apply direct to The "Watcidiak Office. All subscriptions must be prepaid, and will bo acknowledged in this column. Advertisements. The Watchman offers special facilities tor advertising, tho terms of which may be had of its canvassers, or upon application at the office. All Literary Communications to be addressed to tho Editor, D Jamieson-street, and Business Commanica...

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Correspondence. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] SNAP SHOTS. (To the Editor of THE WATCHMAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

Correspondence. \JFe do not hold ourselves responsible for ihe opinions expressed by our correspondents.3 • • SNAP SHOTS. (To the Editor of The Watciqias.) Sir,—To begin with I wish to compliment you on your fearless attitude in matters both ecclesiastical and political. It is about time that someofie put on boxing gloves and fought against the papal policy of the See Government. You aTe helping on a noble cause, and it is to be hoped that all writers, both lay and clerical, will assist to pour in shot and shell through the medium of your grand paper, u The Watchman," and help to expose and defeat the trickery and villainy of Home and her agents in Church and State. 1. £^1,750. Such was the sum paid for the Good Samaritan Convent and grounds, for which either no title could be shown, or it was defective. O'Sullivan helped his church—a proper thing to do, but not at Government expense. The estimates will be under discussion "shortly, and I hope that Mr. Jessop or some other good memb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

Beantifol Pictures OH Half-tones prinUd on Jxt paper, O worth framing, including the most beautiful actress on the Austral* iu stage, Grace Falotta u—- in three colors (ISz 10), a* in two oolors (12x10); Judging D17 at Sydney Show (24 z 10); the Town Hall, Sydney; General Post Office, Sydney; the Sydnoy Hospital; the State Secretary's Office j the Sydney Custom House; the Boyal Exchange (all 12 z 10), also Shipping, Coal Mining, aae Tastozal Scenes. Ths pictures are equal to the best English and American prints. "The State riotorial" is HfostratiTe and deaoiptire ot •TV7 phase of life. Post free 9A. Tn Ooxxneux. Pvsusanxft Cot« Ln* 17 *bt tan* Smn,

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CHURCH BAZAARS. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

CHURCH BAZAARS. Sir,—The report of the address by Bishop Doyle, of Lismoro, at the opening of a church bazaar, in your issue of the 23rd inst, surely demands some notice at the hands of ministers of the Gospel of Clirist. For cool, deliberate wresting of the Holy Scriptures, for shameless bolstering up of crying evils, -with the assumed countenance and approbation of Christianity, I believe that address stands unrivalled. Dr. Doyle declares "that we read in Scripture that King Solomon, of Jewish fame, held a bazaar or display in the Jerusalem of his day, to which were invited the monarchs of the earth. One of those who accepted the invitation was the Queen of Sheba;" I wish to say that, surrounding Dr. Doyle's story, is a very thick incrustation of fancy (to put it in the mildest form), drawn from Dr. Doyle's own, very peculiar, inner consciousness, and I may remark in passing that King Solomon'sfa*»e was a little more extended than merely "Jewish." As to tbo object of the Queen's v...

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Scissors and Paste. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

Scissors and Paste. Dr. McKeoun, the distinguished Belfast oculist, and President of the Koyal University Graduates Association, is leaving no stone unturned to defeat Mr. Balfour's attempt to denominationolise Irisli university education. Mr, H. 0. Ainold-Forster, M.P. for Belfast, has written a letter to Br. McKeoun, in which he declares himself a strong opponent to a Soman Catholic university. Referring to Mr. .Frank Hugh O'Donnell's book, . -which has stimulated thought and supplied much needed information, Mr. Forster says, "I imagine that almost every educated Soman Catholic who has any real knowledge of what priestly control over education means, must share the writers* apprehensions in view of the proposals that have been made to hand over the control of an Irish University to the hierarchy. Mr. Forster adds that the action of the King's College, London, in abolishing religious tests, and taking its place in the London University u will tend to make the adoption of the retro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

The 44 Handy Man's" a jolly fellow, Be it wur or be it peace; And bo's not the first to bellow That all fighting ought to cease. Although his life*n in danger ever, „ Against bad health he &hoaId ensure; To cure all colds is our endeavour With Woods* Geeat Peppebjokt Cobe. - WANTED. PBOTESTANT EMPLOYEES OF LABODE ra\x=req-\ quiring Men for any kind of work should first apply to the SECRETARY L.O.L. LABOUR ASSOCIATION, PROIEBTAflT HALL. \4/ ANTED,—All thinking of Assuring to know that YV the A-M.P. Life Office is the best.- Pull particulars supplied by J. B. YQUDALE, City Agent, 10ft Pitt-street, Telephone 2179. AT FEDERAL AGENCY, 7.0 Hunter-street. Wanted Cooks, 0. and L., H. and P.ms, Nurses, L.H., Generals. Protestants; refs. Tel. 3567 YOUNG WOMAN wants position as Working\x=req-\ Housekeeper. Good reference. N.E., 97 Mount\x=req-\ street, North Sydney. Cleveland-street Methodist Sunday School. 3Ist ANNIVERSARY, SUNDAY, SEPT- 7. Preachers:—11a.m., Rev. C. White, H.A.; 3 p....

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Roman CathoKcism's Rank Disloyalty. V. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

Roman CathoKcism's Rank Disloyalty. (By the Eev. P. C. Boyeii.) :V. To tho abundant evidehcesof Roman Catho\x=req-\ ; licism's disloyalty to tho British throne and ! Empire adduced in former articles, our last paper added an exposure of the gross insults which the R.C. Church, through its press, flung at tho heir to tho: British throne, on tho occasion of his recent visit to Australia as the august representative of our King. By way of still further conclusive evidence of Roman\x=req-\ ism's disloyalty, I shall, in this article, show that tho Roman Catholic Church I HATES AND GROSSLY INSULTS THE I BRITISH FLAG. By loyal Britishers evoiywliere, the Union Jack, the emblem of' our Empire, is treated with the most marked tokens of loyalty and enthusiasm. The Union Jack is to us what , the Star? and Stripes are to the American. I And woe to those who, in any American community, venture to insult tho national flag! No people under the 6un, however, has such cause for enthusiastic loyalty ...

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THE Watchman CIRCULATION 13,500. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1902. ROMAN CATHOLIC EDUCATION. MORE CLAIMS FOR STATE AID. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

CIRCULATION 13,500. KATTTHTIAV,' OTIPTKMrvro G, 1902. . - BOMAN CATHOLIC EDUCATION. - MOitE rrr.ATWR FOE STATE AID. Once more Cardinal Moran has spoken upon .the subject of State endowed educational establishments for Soman Catholics, about which the whole of the civilised world is kept V in such continuous turmoil. Upon the occasion referred to the Cardinal was addressing a Cork audience, and naturally dealt with those subjects most likely to please his listeners. According to the cable, those embraced " Roman Catholic claims to the establishment of a Soman Catholic University in Ireland the enforced sale of farms to tenants; and a measure of autonomy at least equal to that which at present obtains in Australia." It will bo seen that all these subjects deal with the pretended grievances of Ireland, and which are to-day being used as so many separate lashes in the whip wherewith Great Britain is being flogged. That they are unjust in eveiy particular does not in any way affect those...

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