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"Retribution." (All rights reserved.) CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

"Retribution." (All rights reserved.) CHAPTER Y. "Have mercy, fiend! Thou devil, thou wilt drive me downtoheH"—Diydcn. Peab and trembling seized him, and a horror he had never known in his life "before. Suddenly a fear seized him that his intended victim might appear on the scene, and snatching the body in his arms, he dragged it towards the old brick ruins. Laying it down by tile wall he crouched beside the corpse, shivering in a kind of mortal terror lest the ghost of the poor creature might even now rise and reproach him. Then he began to wonder vaguely how she came to be in these parts. She never went out of the actual cily for her work; as she had never mentioned anything to him about the hope of finding her daughter he could get no clue. At last he began to think she must have got some idea of the evil deed he purposed doing, and had come out to try and stop his perpetrating the crime. Remorse took possession of him, and then the desire for revenge against the man who had hire...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

CLIFTON'S LILYWHITE STARCH. FREE FHOKl ALL ADULTERATION.

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The Australian Protestant Defence Association. NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

The Australian Protestant Defence Association. NOTICE. — Districts desirous of the formation'of a branch of the A.P.D.A. are requested to communicate with the President, No. 9 Jamieson-Btroet, Sydney.

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Our Little Folks. RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

Our Little Folks. fconducted by "Auntie."] BULBS. 1. Writers most be between the ages of six and , fifteen, and most state their ages when -writing. 2. Writers to "Auntie" most -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 I recreations, reading, favourite toyB, etc. I 4. Letters must be original, written and composed by j the children themselves. j 5. Address all letters to " Auntie," o/o. "Watch- i man " Offioe, 3d Queen Victoria Markets. York-street, j My Dear Young Folk,— The prize for the best essay on "War " has been awarded to Ella Hodge. The name of j the winner of the prize for the Writing com\x=req-\ I petition will be published in next week's issue. ' The letter from the little Scotch girl to her uncle is published in this week's paper. I hope that many of my nephews and nieces will learn a lesson from her letter, and will try to help their parents in every way they can. T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

look out for MRS- SHEPHERD'S NEW BOOK, The Life ofSislerMara lfbiyk, OB Tfie fforrors of 'ifie Garmefiie In which place she was imprisoned in a dungeon for 21 years. OBTAINABLE AT THE OFFICE OF Messrs. W. .M. MAOCWICK and SONS, 35 QUEEN VICTORIA MARKETS, SYDNEY. N.H.SCOTT, A^_Merchant Tailor, 182 King-st., Newtown. Can he seen till nine o'clock each evening. LIMELIGHT and ELECTRIC LANTERNS CINEMATOGRAPHS .and ACCESSORIES. ENTIRELY AT YOUE SERVICE OSBORN IfcljERDAN, '•3S-!E~Z" OPTICT.A 1ST" 393 GEORGE STREET. " NOTICE. SPECIMEN copies of " The Watchman " are sent to probable subscribers, and when oar business manager does not receive a remittance from those to -whom papers are sent, the papers are then discontinued. Those who have received specimen copies wish thorn continued will please take a note of this. COUNTRY NEWSAGENTS. PLEASE NOTE. \\f £ forward parcel of * 'Watchman '' newspaper for T ? sale or return. If insufficient a larger number will be sent on application. Fibrous Pia...

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BOTANY BRANCH, NO. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 6 September 1902

BOTANY BRANCH, NO. 4. Tlie No. 4 Branch, on Monday night (Aug. 25) held the usual monthly meeting in the Wesleyan school-room, Botkny. In the absence of the president, the vice-president (the Bev. John F. Orr) occupied the chair. The meeting was opened with an earnest prayer, after which the business routine was proceeded with in connection with furthering the objects of the-Association. Six new members (joined. Mr. F. M'Donald gare an excellent reading on the " Reformation." Ge had his subject well in hand, and was listened to with great satisfaction. Mr. J. Benham recited " Faddy Heggarty's breeches," which certainly .proved amusing. Mr. W. H. Stephen read on account of how the Federal Premier had represented— or ratherjnis-repreaented—ua in Some. The chairman added to the evening's pleasure "by recounting a little of_ his tour through the United Kingdom. Altogether, a most enjoyable evening was spent, and we are pleased to be able to say that No. -1 Branch of - the A.P.D.A. posse...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Our little Folks. RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 13 September 1902

Our little Folks. ("Conducted by "Auntie."! RULES. 1. Writer*; must be between the ''ages of tsix and fifteen, and must state their ages when "writing. 2.JWrite» to*4 Auntie "'most write on one ode of the paper only. 3. -Letters may be upon any subjoct of interest to the ■writer—abort stories, aocounta of their amusements and, rwreations, reading, favourite toys, etc." 4. Letters must bo original, "written and composed by the children themselves. , 5. Addresa all letters to "Auntie," c/o. "Watchman " OiHce. 35 Queen Victoria Markets. . My Dear Young Folk,— The prize for tlie writing competition has been awarded to Arthur Woodhead. Tlie name of the winner of the prize' given for the* best sketch of a "cat'! will be. published next week. A prize for the next fortnightly competition will be given to the girl or boy'who sends the best specimen in fancy printing of the word!,' "Tables/' I am sure that most of my nephews and nieces have often asked or heard others ask the question, "I won...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Stories from the Past. XIV. HOLLAND'S STRUGGLE FOR RELIGIOUS FREEDOM. (Continued.) (All Rights Reserved.) A GREAT VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 13 September 1902

Stories from the Past. XIV. \ t HOLLAND'S STRUGGLE . FOE RELIGIOUS FBEEDOM. (Continued.) By C.E.S.T. {All Right* Reserved.) A Great Victory. ^ Meantime the " Beggars of the Sea " had 'not been idle, and now began to make their presence felt A fleet twenty-five vessels nnder Admiral Dirkzoon sailed into the Zuyder Zee, and proceeded to harass their enemy with incessant attacks at every hour of the day, and night. They scarcely dared risk a set engagement, for the Spaniards possessed nearly double the number of ships, and those ■were superior in every respect, being larger, more heavily armed, and carrying enormous numbers of men. On the 11th October, 1573, however, favored by a strong easterly bree2e, Dirkzoon determined to attack, and bore down upon the Spanish armada. The engagement ■was short and decisive, the Beggare being, everywhere successful. Five of Alva's vessels were taken, the rest seeking safety in flight. One notable exception, howeveij occurred. The Admiral, Bossu, sco...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 13 September 1902

TEAS COFFEES COCOAS. Baking Powder . . SIGNAL. 534 George-street, . Opposite Town Hall, SYDNEY,

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SCOTS CHURCH BRANCH, NO. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 13 September 1902

I SCOTS CHDBOH BRANCH, NO. 1. "" * The usual monthly meeting ot Scots Church Branch No. 1 was held on Monday, September 1st, in Seots Church. Dr. Dill Macky occupied the chair. Owing to Messrs. T. B. Watt aftd B. Gillies declining the appointments as officers of the Branch, Mr. A. H. Marshall-was unanimously elected vice-president and auditor, and TVfiga Ninimo and Mr. J. Clarke to the Committee. After the' general business of the Board had been transacted, the remainder of the evening was devoted to music, etc. Amongst those who contributed towards the entertainment were—Dr. and Mrs. Dill Macky, the Misses Dill Macky, Messrs. J. Hogue, B. K. "Whitehouse and A. Partridge. At the close of the evening a vote of thanks to those who had contributed the programme was moved by Mr: J. Agnew and seconded by Mr. H. Russell.

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GRANVILLE BRANCH No. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 13 September 1902

GRANVILLE BRANCH No. 13. The monthly meeting of the above branch was held in the Congregational Church on. Friday, 5th Sept. Rev. Hugh "Wilson (president) presided, and there were about 50 members and friends present. Three new members wore elected, and six others nominated for membership. The president announced a special meeting for the following Friday, 12th inst., to consider the best means of helping proposed aggressive work of the Association throughout the State, and also called attention to the forthcoming United Tent Mission in which the Protestant churches of the town are co-operating. An instructive and interesting lecture was then delivered by the Rev. J. A. Nolan, of Newtown, on "The Siego of Berry," from which very valuable lessons, in true citizenship and patriotism, were powerfully enforced.. A hearty vote of thanks was accorded to the lecturer, and a good meeting concluded with the National Anthem and the Benediction.

Publication Title: Watchman
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CLIFTON'S LILYWHITE STARCH. FREE FROM ALL ADULTERATION. Australian Protestant Defence Association. ST. PETER'S BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 13 September 1902

CLIFTON'S LILYWHITE STARCH. FREE FHONl ALL ADULTERATION. Australian Protestant JL)e- | fence Association. ^ ST. PETER'S BRANCH. >: On Wednesday of last week the monthly meeting of the above branch was held in the Church of England s<?hool-room, presided over by the Bev. B. Stephens. There was a good attendence of members and friends. After a formal opening by the chairman, Mr. W. 31. Madgwick, J.P., delivered an address on " The Hidden Hand," which was chiefly a review of the book with that title. Ir was claimed by the author that the Romaa Catholic Church is synonymous with the description given in Rev. xvii., 5, of " Mystery, Babylon the Great, the mother of Harlots, and; the Abomination, of the Earth." Tho origin of the worship was 1800 B.C., when the Assyrian Queen, Astarte, known and worshipped afterwards as the Queen of Heaven, and Assarac, her son, known and worshipped as the deliverer of mankind, conquered and ruled over Egypt and Asia. She established a religi...

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A PRIEST-RIDDEN PUBLIC. (To the Editor of THE WATCHMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 13 September 1902

A PKEEST-BIDDEN PUBLIC. (To the Editor of The "Watchman. Sir,—Thirty-five years ago I -was a resident of Belfast, having charge of a pretty extensive establishment, employing, with others, a number of labouring men, three of whom resided in a long narrow land leading off one of i the main thoroughfares. At one corner was the shop of a very worthy doctor and druggist, my friend, and at the other corner a pawnshop, which every Monday morning was specially I busy. This laue consisted of two rows of wretched little hovels, occupied by the most disreputable portion of the community, who were without exception Ho man Catholics. There the priest made his appearance every Monday at noon, and into every door he went, when 4&<L had to bo ready for Mm without delay, from every adult The men I employed were very steady, had each families, from five to seven, their wages being only 10s. per week. This 4£d. was a .tax upon them. Asa last resource they often appealed to my frien...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 13 September 1902

£E BeaQtiM Pictures Ql TH Half-ton ea printed on Art paper, Q worth teaming, including the most beautiful actress on the Austral\x=req-\ fan stare, Grace l*alotta as in throe eolon (IS x 10), ft*' in two colors (IS x 10); Judging Day at Sydney Show (24 z 10); the Town Hall, Sydney: General Post Offioe, Sydnsy; the Sydney Hospital; the State Secretary's Offices the 8»dney Custom House; the B-oyal Timflnnge (all li * 10), also Shipping, Coal Mining, aai Pastoral Scene*. The picture* are equal to the beat English and American prints. H The State Pictorial" is illostratiTe and descriptive ot •vary phase of life. Post tree Bd> Tas Co«n«scui Puaussiva Cor« Iab* V Pttt Stum, Sr&sn, The College is charmingly situated in its own park grounds of IS acres on the heights of Rockdale. Bijya receive individual teaching and personal explanation of their lessons. Fees for Boarders, from £9 9s per term. All snb\x=req-\ jecte,laundry, mending, etc. Established ten years. Prospec tns on app...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 13 September 1902

For Good Value in Drapery .. TRY .. Edward tyorderii's. Season's Novelties Now Opening. "WbJTE FOB PlUCES AND. SAim.ES. CLOTHING and MEN'S MERCERY Our Specialty. EDWARD HORDERN, 666 and 668 GEORGE STREET (Brickfield Hill). THEO. LORENZ, LAPIDARY & JEWELLER, All Precious Stones' Cut and Polished on tho premises. Sixteen years' experience in Colonies. 89 ST. T- J. ANDREWS, UNDERTAKER And MONUMENTAL MASON Railway Bridge, Newtown, And at 186 Deronshire-st, Surry Hills Telephones 138 N and 1003 ALjVAYS DEMAND - - - ' "Snow White " Baling Powder. Established IBS*. 0". IE- HUBRIS, 283 KING ST., NEWTOWN (Opposite Post Office), Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweller, Optician, eto. 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 tfae premises. Cash ob Tftmre. For STYLISH MILLINERY, FEATHERS, TIPS, & FASHIONABLE PARISIAN TRIMMINGS,...

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ROMAN CATHOLIC VOTE. (To the Editor of the WATCHMAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 13 September 1902

SOMAN CATHOLIC YOTE. (To tlie Editor of the Watchmax.) Sir,—Notwithstanding all that has been said, and written, 011 this question, no man can honestly deny the organisation of the H.C. Churcli in controlling this vote and using it for the advancement of the B.C. Church and the political and commercial interests on behalf of the people of that communion. Experionce of nearly fifty years iu various parts of this State proves conclusively that the R.C. Church ha» at its coiumaud a powerful factor which politicians of wli&terer shade or colour know, full well, hue to met at the ballot-box. The R.C. Church is nothing more or less than an organised political machine, engineered by her priests for the benefits of its adherents, as witnessed iu the public service of the State, where at least sixty per cent, of them find positions in the Government service. Even commercial life bristles with its influence. I* is significant that the measure to enfranchise women was passed by the pre...

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Mrs. Shepherd in Victoria. Ozone Hotel, Warrnambool, Victoria, Sept. 3rd. 1901. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 13 September 1902

Mrs. Shepherd in Victoria. K)zone Hotelj Waimambool, Victoria, Sect. 3rd. 1901. ^De^b' Dr. Dill-Macky,— I hope I may not be interrupted whilst "writing this letter. I have made several 'attempts to communicate with you, but have failed each time in consequence of callers and press of work. "Wo closed meetings in Melbourne city, but continued them to greater benefit, in every way, in the suburbs. We have had very intellectual audiences. We were in Ballarat and Bendigo, and gave Teturn dates to increased audiences. I also preached under the auspices of the Lord Boberts L.O.L., Ballarat, on Sunday afternoon, in Alfred Hall, to an audience of not less than 2500, and the satisfaction, I was assured, was .general. In Brunswick, where the L.O.L. were .•attacked some years ago, we had the Town Hall, and delivered two lectures. There were •a number of police, but their assistance was sot necessary. The enclosed clipping from the "Argus" of Sept. 2nd (yesterday) will inform jou of the change ...

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SOME AND FREEDOM OF OPINION. (To the Editor of THE WATCHMAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 13 September 1902

SOME AND FKEEDOH OF OPINION. (To the Editor of The Watchha>\) Sir,—Not a few Protestants liold that time modi lies Romanism so that its disciples, though regarding, or refusing, allegiance to the Pope as . outside of the true churcli, are yet prepared to tolerate other denominations; suffer them, in places wherethey have powertoojectthem. Such a view can he held, only, by those unacquainted -with It. C. histor3', its general literature, or who are resolutely blind. In a magazine, of the higher class, we read:—"It is difficult to bcj wiiich of the two popular expressions, 4 The rights of civil liberty,' or 'the rights of re\x=req-\ religious liberty,' embodies the greater amount of nonsense or falsehood. As these phases are perpetually uttered by Protestants,. and some Catholics, they contain about as much truth and good sense as would he found in a cry for the inalienable right to suicide. Let this pass in the case of Protestants aiid politicians. But how can it be justified in t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 13 September 1902

Can Yon Afford ^ * S>6e to risR the health pi* the whole house* hold by using inferior MILK rijZ>£* Don't you think it wiser to use Milk of GUJllt-fiNTEED Purity and Excellence seeing that it costs no more than the other kind ? Wo shaI2 be pleased to send you a. booKlet which, fully describes our method of Milk supply, and gives valuable information con* corning other {foods wo supply Tor the table* FRESH FOOD <SL ICE CO. Ltd.

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A Holy Mass for a Ticket. Help the Church and You will Get a Sacrifice Offered Up On Behalf of Your Dead Relatives and Friends. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 13 September 1902

A Holy Mass for a Ticket. Help the Church and You will Get- a Sacrifice Offered Up On Behalf of Your Dead Relatives and Friends. The following leaflet, sent to Jus, speaks for itself;— V1NCENTIAN FATHERS' CHUBCH, ABHFI10.D, At a time of general distress, caused by a prolonged drought aud consequent bad seasoiJB, some more than ordinary excuse seems needed to justify an appeal to our heavily-taxed Catholic people, in most districts, too, there are pressing local claims on behalf of churches aud schools, which have, of course, a right to bo considered before all others. Still, we would earnestly ask you not to throw aside the accompanying books of tickets until you have read the following reasons that havo urged us to appeal on behalf of our church:— (1) Our parish is a small one, and most of our people, though generous according to their means, are really poor. (2) The completion of our church is a necessity, as it is now very insecure. The present heavy debt blocks the way. (3) The ...

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