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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

You've Kit the marK! IMS F you aim for that which is PUREST and V f BEST in the Quality of the MILK and | BUTTER yet! oae in the Hone, at the 'AAGc same time having a regard for ECONOMY IN PRICE, use only onr PASTEURISED MILK and "GOLDEN STAR'* BUTTER, and -you're hit the marK. S»e N.S.W. FRESH FOOD ©. ICE CO. Ltd. Head Office <SZ> Refrigerating Works, HARBOUR ST., SYDNEY

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Romanism and the Bible. No. II—BELGIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

Romanism and the Bible. No. H—BELGIUM. By Bev. Henry Guotobd. Tn 1815 tho great Battle of Waterloo was decided in favour of the English. Two great Generals inet—Wellington and Napoleon. Both men were noted for their courage and generalship. To day there is a battle, a moral and spiritual Waterloo, being fought in Belgium between the forces of truth as presented in the Bible, and those of comparative ignorance und superstition. Belgium is an R.C. country. We are told that its population was, five years ago, G,58G,G00, made up of 10,000 Jews, 25,000 Protestants, a large number of Freethinkers, and tho great majority R. Catholics. In 1899 tho British and Foreign Bible Society distributed and sold 9,390 copies of the Bible and portions of it. During several years about 110,000 copies of tho Scriptures have been cast among the people. A total of over 1,000,000 copies of ; the Word of God havo been circulated in Belgium. The Protestant Free Churches are doing good work, with over 0,000 me...

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

RETURN OF THE WANDERER. V 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 FOE THE ACCOMMODATION OF THE FOLLOWING DEPABTMENT5 IS NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. FURNITURE DEPARTMENT, BEDSTEAD 4 BEDDING, CARPETS & FLOOR COVERINGS, FURNISHING UPHOLSTERY, DECORATIVE DRAPERY & BLINDS, and they will be housed in a style of magnificence and conv enience hitherto unknown in Australia. In building the new store the question of light has been given special prominence, with the result that the glorious light of day shines into every corner. This is one of the signs of the Phoenix rising from the ashes of the Great Fire of July, 1901. More will follow. JnttOflJJ Jtordern Sons, Universal ProuMers, HAYMARKET (ONLY), SYDNEY.

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Introduction to the Study of Natural Law. (CONTINUED FROM LAST ISSUE.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

Introduction to the Study of Natural Law. (Continued fmoh last issue.) 5. Moeal Law.—Of all creatures man alone possesses the higher nature, with its moral sense or conscience, 'which^ enables him to know right from wrong. Even the lowest races of mankind have a dim intuitive perception of their spiritual nature and its needs, as is proved by the various acts of worship they perform. But no man is capable of fully comprehending that nature, and experience affords no opportunities for acquiring such a knowledge of it as would onable man to discover for himself tho laws to which it is subject. He must therefore either die in ignorance of them or receive them by direct revelation. The record handed down with them from the time when it was first given to him is the proof that he has bo received them. The codo of moral law thus revealed, though complete and perfect for tho time, has since been supplemented by further revelation, but by no human discoveries or inventions. This is evidence...

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

"SEMPER which,-literally "At^*Ya EADEM," translated, means 2JM THIS IS WHT THE LION BR/T'D 0 OF CONFECTIONERY IS SO POfULAR. 0 ONLY THE FINEST INGREDIENTS USED. IT IS THE GREATEST FAVOURITE WITH THE CHILDREN, MANUFACTURED ONLY BT James Stedman,145 ™S ST"

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

JHE CAEE OF THE HAIE. " My hair is grey, but not with years;" so says Byron, and bow applicable this is to many of us who are distressed by personal and business worries. Still, no trouble ever yet obtained for which seme relief has n<ft been found. Tlie hair is one of Nature's adornments and should not be neglected. Proper attention should be given to its preservation, just as you find it necessary to attend to any physical ailment. CAPILLA HAIR TONIC is the result of very careful study and the Proprietor's object is to give to tbe public something of a medicinaljnature .rather than the useless perfume which constitute many so\x=req-\ called hair restorers. MISS NELLIE STEWAKT,fthe popular and beloved actress, writes me as follows:—Sydney, July 19, 1902. Mr. W. Richards, proprietor Capilla Hair Tonic. Dear Sir,—During my professional career I liave tried many liair tonics "in many parts of the world.". By chance* I came across your '1 CAJPILT/A,*and I have found it to be...

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

Is Marriage a Failure, or no i To answer is nobody4* place, Only lime and experience trill «hotr In each individual cax'. What'a woree than a «viy Lad cold f Nothing-, wo fuel prvttr eun.— The best thing to take' «rc arc told Is Kome Wooes* Guut PnvtiutciT Ccbs.

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lodge Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

Lodge Notes. A very successful social was held on Friday evening, Aug. 29, under the auspices of the Ladies Lodge Coronation, L.O.L. No. 312, in the Oddfellows' Hall, Darling-street, Balmain. The W.M., Bro. '1'. Patterson, after addressing the visitors, with brief words pointing, out the necessity of establishing Ladies' Lodges, and pointing out that the proceeds of this social were to serve the purpose of purchasing the necessary regalia, handed the meeting over to tho M.C.'s, Bro. Pont, D.M., and Bro. Shepherd, secretary of No. 312. L.O.L. During the intervals of the dancing, good songs and 6olos were rendered by Mrs. Shying, of No. 312, " Island of Dreams " ; tho Misses Short, "Won't you buy my pretty flowers "; Master Shearer, " On the banks of tho Wabash," and " Tho honeysuckle and tho bee ; Mr. Shearer, " Anchored"; and some highland dancing by blaster Bellamy, accompanied on the "bagpipes by Mr. Campbell. Great interest was taken in some reproductions on two kerophones (violi...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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What Christian Endeavour Is Doing. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

Wliat Christian Endeavour Is Doing-. The eleventh annnal Convention of the New South Wales Union opened last Frida}' afternoon "with a Conference on Junior -work, at which papers were read by Mrs. East and Mrs. Mackintosh, the latter paper having been written by Mrs. "Woodhouse, who was unable to attend in person. A prayer meeting, led by the president, occupied the hour from five to six, when tea was served. The tea hour was, as usual, a very happy, social one, the happy eager faces of the delegates giving promise of a good time to follow. The annual Council meeting was preceded by a praise service, led by Rev. R. East. It "was truly a praise service in more than name, joyful thankfulness for blessings received during the late Mission being the dominant note. The reports by secretary and treasurer were of a very satisfactory character, that of the former showing something of the varied character of the work undertaken by our organi sation. Rev/ Geo. T. Walden was elected president ...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Protestant Alliance F. S. of Australasia. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

Protestant Alliance F. S. of Australasia. No. 1 Pioneer Lodge, Protestant Alliance Friendly Socioty of Australasia, commemorated their thirtieth anniversary by holding a grand social in aid of their distress fund at " Sur\x=req-\ reyville " on the 22nd inst. The function was a complete success, both socially and financially. About 400 were present, and everything passed off with eclat. The devotees of Terpsichore were more than satisfied with Mr. T. EL Grill's string band and the efficient M.C. ship of Bros. A. Aston, A. Cairns and W. Harry Hives. At the same time the social committee by no means neglected the non\x=req-\ dancers, providing for them other amusements, | which were liberally patronised. Prior to the \ refreshment hour the "Worshipful Grand Master, Bro. Thos. Henderson, by special request, presented P.M.'s Bros. Isaac B. Hodgson and William Beid each with a Past master's collar and inscribed jewel in recognition of their past, and meritorious services to Pioneer Lodge....

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

| DAIRY PEODUCE. ^Butteh—Creamery, 1/2 per lb. Pasteurised, 1/2 J per Factory, 1/14, 1/2. Dairy, 1/-. Bacon—Sides: AlcLcan's, /DA per lb.. Manning's /9i, b /9|. I Middles, /9£, /10J. Flitches, /8, /9. Shoulders, /7, /8. Cheese—N.B.W., loaf, /9|, /9J per lb. Modium size, /9. Victorian, /9, /9J. N.Z. /9, /9|. Eoae—Southern, -/9 per dor. Northern, /8f, )9. New laid, /9, /10. Lasu>—Bladder, /9 to i9t. Bulk tins, /8i, /9. Himp—Scarce. N. S. "VV. /10|, /ll, /lli, 1/-per lb. N.Z. (bonded), /10, /ll. Pocxtet—Fowls: Hens, 3/-, 3/0; prime 4/-, 4/9 per pair. ,, Boosters, 4/, 4/3 ; prime, 6/-, 6/-. Ducka 3/-, 3/9, prime 4/0, 6/G. Geese, 5/-, 0/-, prime (>/-, 7/-. Turkey bens, 4/9, 5/6, prime 6/-, 7/G. „ oocks, G/- 7/-; prune, 10/-, 17/0 FABM PRODUCE. Wim—Prices various. 5/8, 5/9Lto 0/- per bushel. Northern, 5/8, 5/9. Chatf—Local prime, 7/7/G, 7/10/- per ton. Medium, C/10/- to 7/-/\x=req-\ Other quality, 4/-/-. 5/10/-. - Adelaide, prime, 7/5/- to 7/10/-. Posmanian, C/10/-, 7/-/-. Victorian...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial. The Watchman Office, Wednesday Evening. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

Commercial. The Watchman Office, , Wednesday Evening. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. Present wholesale market rates for ton lots] or over, subject to the fluctuations of the' market:— The late rains having been fairly -well distributed throughout the needy portions of the colony, station holders are in great hopes of easy growth of grass, and having suspended orders for further supplies of foddert the market has weakened oil round. "Within a short period it is anticipated that prices may be down to ordinary conditions. Chaff market weaker, several lots of intercolonial being trucked for Redfern auction. Wheat sola readily at about late rates. Maize market weaker. Victorian and New Zealand sorts offering at about 5s. 9& Sales of mill offal are slow at lower prices. Oats remain at late quotations. Potatoe market firmer, higher prices being obtained for prime circulars. Seed sorts in active request. Hay of all sorts dragging, only limited demand. Onions selling well at the quotations....

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Editors Letter Box. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

Editors Letter Box. W.P,S.—Thanks for cuttings; wiJl moke use of part of your letter in this issue of our paper. £.Qv, West Maitland.—Not obtainable in Sydnoy. Have ordered a copy irom London for you. 0. Harrington.—Please write on one side of paper only. Contributions useless unless you comply witli press rules. Notwithstanding tlio unfavourable weather last Sunday tlie Sunday'»school anniversary at Wesley Church was successful. Sunday collections, £17 17s. Tho Musical Festival on Monday realised £8 2s. Arrangements have been made to repeat the singing next Sunday by tho choir of 30i voices at 11 a.m., p.m., and 7 p.m. Tho afternoon service will be of a special character. Tho Rev. H. R. Andrew* will givo an address; prizes distributed, and tho infant chuts will render special items. Tho Bev. F. Colwoll will preacii at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m*

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commonwealth Mutual Insurance Company Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

Commonwealth Mutual Insurance Company Ltd. In our advertising columns will bo found tlio prospectus of a new Insurance Company to be known as the Commonwealth Mutual. The Board is comprised of very representative business men of the city. The Company is being formed outside the existing insurance "ring," and, under really good manage\x=req-\ ment—which can bo assured with such a Board—The newcomer should become a powerful Australian institution. Results show insurance shares to be a very safe and profitable investment, and the public should ofler a ready response to what is now being put before them by the promoters.

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Australian Protestant fence Association. NEWCASTLE BRANCH NO. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

Australian Protestant fence Association. NEWCASTLE BEANCH NO. 10. Tlie next meeting will be held in the Cambrian Hall, Hunter-street, on Tuesday, Sept. 9, when the President will give an address on The need of Protestant organization." A programme of songs and recitations by members, and friends will be given during the evening. All readers of the " Watchman " in the district are invited to be present, and bring their friends.

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

How they deal it oat to China, She can't liaw a bay at all; Her potation** very minor Among the nations one and all. Like a man whoec health i* breaking, Day* are numbered and get fewer, XJnlftB for cough or cold he's taking "W. E. Woods' Q&iut ^Entuaxr Cube.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Poet's Corner. THE CRAWS ARE COMIN' BACK. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

The Poet's Corner. THE CRAWS AEE COMJN' BACK. ! " Ding doun the nests," cried Bauld John Knox, s" A'J? the Craws *11 flee awa." " Douu cam* the nests, an', gruesome flocks 1 They rose wi' skriegh an' caw, To vanish, as theyne'er had been, Nor were for centuries heard or seen : But, my bairns, they're eomin' back, the Craws J The Craws are comin back ! By stately trains un' hmely twas, i In their moukisli coats o' black; An' in the wud,—-they're busy there,— Biggin* on branches ages bare. IL Tak tent, my bairns, an' weigh the sicht; Their gathcrin' may seem, t>ina', An', in these days o' Gospel licht An' liberty to a', Their croak an' hap amang the trees Alay seem as harmless as the -breeze: But, my bairns, the Craws are aye the Craws! Aii1 the same they're comin' back, By stately trains an' silent twos, In their monkish coats o' black; An' let them but gang as they're gaun, They'll darken like a cloud the lauu. m, " Big up the nests," Jolrn Knox would say, " Aji' the Craws '11 su...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Protestant Watchtower. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

The Protestant Watclitower. (To the Editor;") Sir,—I enclose a copy of a newspaper named " Every Saturday." In it you will observe a statement headed " OrangeRiotin Edinburgh." I also enclose cuttings taken from the " Belfast News Letter," which gives particulars of the same said riot, and also tells of other *' Orange Riots," commonly called such in Australia. I had a letter written to the editor of the above paper ("K. Saturday") and intended to forward it to him, enclosing the cuttings Tit the^same time. I thought, however, before posting it, thatitwouldbe much better to refute those Jesuitical lies in the grand little paper the " Watchman." I, therefore-- enclose a copy of "Every Saturday" for yiur inspection, as well as cuttings from the " Belfast News Letter." These cuttings give the lie direct to those enemies who insert lying reports of Orange processions in Ireland. The substance of the cuttings is very convincing, particularly when they give many instances of Papist convic...

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

For 7/9. CALF GOLOSHED] BALMORALS' Kangaroo Kid Legs. For 8/9. TAN GLACE BALMORALS. For 10/6\x=req-\ ODR FRENCH CAI.P WHOLIi GOLOSH BALMORALS, Hand-sewn. For 12/9 BUSSIAN TAN BALMORALS, Wide Welts. Veiy stylish. These are the latest styles of Gentlemen's Footwear. Good Fitting, very Durable, and the Material the very best JDJfJJ GHOPLEY 800 George-street, S"2"X5aSTE"S'\x=req-\ Telephone 1508. PROSPECTUS OF THE COMMONWEALTH MUTUAL ? INSURANCE COMPANY, LTD. (NON-TARIFF). AUTHOBISED CAPITAL, £250,000, - IN SHARES OF ONE POUND EACH, PAYABLE TWO SHILLINGS AND SIXPENCE ON APPLICATION AND TWO SHILLINGS AND ' SIXPENCE ON ALLOTMENT. ■ It is proposed to offer at present 100,000 SHARES, and declare the Company formed when 50,000 SHAKES have been subscribed. The balance of the Shares will be reserved for future issue under terms of the Memorandum and Articles of Association. PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS : HON. J- H. CARRUTHERS, M.L.A. - JOHN UPWARD, Esq. (The-Metcalfc Bond). WILLIAM RAND, Esq. (Direct...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

A SILVER WATCH FOR NOTHING, We hereby undertake to GIVE ONE of our famous SILVER WATCHES, listed afe £2 10s (Lady's or Gentleman's) to every Man, Woman, or Child who sends us the Correct Beading of the following puzzle:— j A WTCIIXTN *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. ' SEND NO HONEY, simply forward your nswer, nnd enclose stamp and addressed Envelope (2d), so that wo may inform you if eou have won the watch. There is r\o necessity yacut out this advertisement. We aro making this offer 6olely with the object of introducing and advertising our goods. Address, THE£MANAGER, THE ENGLISH WATCH CO., P.O. CHAMBERS PITT STREET, SYDNEY 1 i/2 DOZEN SILVER SPOONS FOR NOTHING. Psrtor the kit twelve month* w» bare given away free thousands of our Umcma Unr Watefcea and h»T« fa pgr poeaeaiion minilimited number of unsolicited testimonial! from all paxteol Aaa. kxalia, acknowledging the...

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