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The Protestant Watchtower. The Priests' Paper. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 13 September 1902

The Protestant Watehtower. The Priests' Paper. "Oh that mine adversary had written a hook" said the Patriarch Job. Our Papal adversary, the enemy of all light and liberty, •writes a book week by week as published in the " Catholic Press "; and we Talue it much as an exposition of the system it represents: A system of mendacity towards its opponents, and of disloyalty to any government that is not under its own control. In the issue of the 23rd inst., there is au article on " Drunkenness," in which .England is represented as more drunken than Ireland. It is well known that Paddy leads the pace in tippling as compared-with John Bull; but we will, quote the best authority the world has on statistics, and a Romanist, too; In 44 Mulhall's Dictionary of Statistics," revised to November, 1898—the latest. On "Crime," at page 164, Drunkenness, year 1880, per 10,000 inhabitants: England, 08; Scotland, 73; Iieland, 1661! Similar returns for year 1887 : Englaud, 5ft ; Scotland, *15; Ireland, 16...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 13 September 1902

23ia.sii??ess J»l©ijie<3. The Watchman, a "Weekly Joamal of Social, Political, and Religious Progress. Published every Thursday. Office: 35 Queen Victoria Markets, York-street, Sydney. Telephone No. 2564'. • Subscribers* Terms. Yearly 46. 4d. 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 are kindly requested to forward the necessary postage. • The Management recommend subscribers to procure The Watchman from their 2»Gwsagenta, to whom their subscriptions would be payable. But if this is inconvenient they may apply direct to The Watchsia?» Office. All subscriptions roust be prepaid, and. will be acknowledged in tliis column. Advertisements. The Watchman offers special facilities tor advertising, the terms of which may be hud of itg canvassers, or upon application at tho office. All Literary Communications to be addressed to the Editor, 0 Jamieson-strcet, and Busin...

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OUR POLICE. (To the Editor of THE WATCHMAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 13 September 1902

OUB POLICE. (To the Editor of The Watchman.) Sir,—For the loss of life and property which has taken place during the last few months, Sir John See, as head 6f the Government, must be held responsible. What is required is that the police be placed under an experienced officer from Scotland Yard, who -would see that a proper t standard of efficiency was maintained, and that they were, trained to tlioir duties. Mr. Fosbery at present is giving his attention to plague, rats, and other things, while murders and robberies are being carried on wholesale. It would oIpo be in the interests of the police themselves, as there is a great amount of jealousy amongst officers, and they do not act .harmoniously with one another, for which the public has to suffer. Must we have a Gatton affair, before the Government will move in the matter, by appointing a-Royal Commission to inquire into police matters. , . Within the last twelve months the police has shot two men and they have wounded others ; and...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Correspondence. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] "TOBY'S" GOLD MEDAL. (TO THE EDITOR OF " THE WATCHMAN.") [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 13 September 1902

Correspondence. \_ We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions exprtssedby our correspondents^ "TOBY'S" GOLD MEDAL. (to the editor of " The Watchman.") Sir,—It was with, much satisfaction, and, at the same time, with great disgust, that I read the report published in the " Daily Telegraph." of Mr, Barton aud party's audience with the Pope. At last, so it seems to me, we have discovered the real Barton, not the Barton who is an adept at disguiseB. The mountebank has thrown off his trappings, and we now see the tl Noblest Son " as an exponent in his official capacity of the Roman Catholic religion, promising even a greater share of liberality than now enjoyed to that faith. The statement, combatted some little time back, in regard to Catholics having the run of all good billets also receives a most substantial corroboration from our Prime Minister. Now, while abhorring bigotiyiu every shape and "form—the Orangemen as well as their Catholic opponents—I feel inclined even to g...

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Esquimaux Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 13 September 1902

Esquimaux Fair. The attractive and realistic representation of life amidst " Greenland's Icy Mountains " enjoyed a prosperous season last week. The .Esquimaux Fair, to give it its proper title, was held in connection with the Newtown Presbyterian Church, and was exhibited in a large marquee on the grounds of the Benevolent Society, opposite the Bedfern Bailway Station. - The interior of the vast teat was fitted up to represent an Esquimaux . village, with its snow-capped stalls, Esquimau figures, oomialu, kayahs, sleighs, and nnnginy icicles. The "atmosphere" of the Arctic nguwwaa elererlr caaght, and these realna of pecpetaal ice and snow were so admirably realited at Bedfem that vile rumour say* .that many patrons caaght the influenza. The Fair was opened on Wednesday afternooa (4th Sept), by I»dy Bawson. There was a veiy largo .ani fasbipnable attendance, *ad tite exquisite frocking of some of the ladies was a pleasing feature. Lady Bawson was welcomed by theBightBe*. &lt...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Romanism and the Bible. No. III—GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 13 September 1902

Romanism and the Bible. No. IH—GERMANY. By Eev. Hexby G-aini-oed. Germany is one of the great nations of the world. In commerce she is holding heii, own. Her palace ocean liners, flying the German flag, may be seen in the chief ports of the world. Goods " made in Germany " aro found in the markets of other countries. For robust and critical thought Germany is noted. Biblical criticism, constructive and destructive, diad its birth in Germany. The land of Luther, the hero-monk, is to-day a centre of struggle be\x=req-\ tween'Bible-agents and Romanists. While Protestant Germauy knows and reads the Bible, R.C. Germany resists the efforts of the British and Foreign Bible Society to spread the word of God among the people. The very struggle itself is the precursor of victory. The population of Germany seven years ago.was 52,000,000, among whom there are 31,000,000 Protestants and 17,675,000 Roman Catholics; the remainder being Jews and " other Christians." Germany is more than one* half P...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Now or Never, Now and For Ever. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 13 September 1902

or Never, Now and For Ever. Some twelve months ago a meeting; was held in the Scots' Church, Church Hill, Sydney, which resulted in the formation of the Australian Protestant Defence Association. Since then, this Association has advanced by leaps and bounds until to-day its membership is numbered by thousands. The Association is managed by a Council, which consists of Life Members, Associate Members, and Bepresenta\x=req-\ tave Members, the, last-named being delegates from the different Branches. Our readers will be glad to leam that, at a late meeting of this Council, a great movement for the advance of Protestantism throughout the State was determined upon—a movement which will settle, it ii hoped^once and for all that continual bickering with a small and insignificant proportion of the community which lias characterised the past two y eats, and which will put them in their proper place. We capnot, in this issue, puUish a detailed statement of the movement, but in our .next , prop...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE Watchman CIRCULATION 13,500. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1902. THE CAPTURE OF THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 13 September 1902

CIRCULATION 13,500. ^ SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1002. THE CAPTtTRE OF THE PBESS. The attitude which tho Sydney daily press haB adopted towards Boman Catholicism, and its ceaseless claims for support and recognition, cannot meet with the approval of earnest Protestants. A few years back there was an attempt made by the Boman Catholic hierarchy to force a recognition of themselves by means of what is known as " boycotting," and to a certain extent the papers thus dealt with gave way. The consequence of that unfortunate retreat from what was a ^perfectly ■fa"- and unbiassed position may be seen today in their columns. Up to the,time of this alteration both Protestant and Boman Catholic religious, and social, functions were fairly reported, about equal space being given to each party. Considering that Protestants number three-fourths of the population, and that they possess a far larger nnmber of churches and places of worship than their opponents, it is evident that they were by no means...

Publication Title: Watchman
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A Question for the Government—Who Will Ask It? [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 13 September 1902

A Question for tlie Govern\x=req-\ ment—TiTio Will Ask It? * • Wo are creditably informed that, during last year, six officers were appointed in the Taxation Department, all of them being Romau Catholics. ' "Will some member of Parliament make enquiries whether this is so or not ? t

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 13 September 1902

Old Age Pensions in land 2uve proved a marked success, They give the old a helping band, And keep them from distress. There'a only jtut one other thing That's needful to ensure Sound lungs, that "we the praise can sing Of Woods' Geeat PappBBM»rCuaK*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 13 September 1902

f HE CARE OF THE HAIR." My hair is grey, but not with years;" so says Byron, and bow applicable this is to many of us who ore distressed by personal and business worries. Still, no trouble ever yet obtained for which seme relief has not been found. The hair is one of Nature's adornments and should not be neglected. Proper attention should be givcu to its preservation, just as you fiud it necessary to attend to any physical ailment,' CAPUiLA HAIR TONIC is the result of very careful study and the Proprietor's object is to give to the public something of a inedicinaljjature rather than the useless perfume which constitute many so\x=req-\ called hair restorers^ MISS NELLIE STEWART,1rthe 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 have tried many hair tonics " in many parts of the world." By chance I came" across your " PAPILLA," and I have found it to be the most REFRE...

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News of the Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 13 September 1902

News of the Churches. On Thursday evening, 28tli ult., a very large audience gathered in the Glebe-road Methodist Church, when the ltev. H. ii Andrews lectured oil 41A Night iu the Never\x=req-\ Never Land." By fine, eloquence the lecturer hold the full attention of his audience throughout the evening. The description of tho nrnuy pathetic, humorous, and adventurous incidents connected with his work in tho far back\x=req-\ country brought forth much appreciation. Without further comment as to the popularity of the lecture it is sufficient to add that Mr. Andrews has been asked to ropeat it at a very early datq. At the service at St. • Luke's Presbyterian Church, Eedfern, on Sabbatli evening, Aug, 24th, in celebration of the 61st Anniversary of No. 3 Deny L.O.L., the liov. T. J. Curtis 1 preached from the text, " But sanctify the Lord God in your hearts; and bo Teady always to give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you with meekness and fear"—I. P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 13 September 1902

"SEMPER WHICH,- LITERALLY "AE^^^YS ) EADEM," means sam£,„ THIS IS WHY THE LION BRJT'D /J OF CONFECTIONERY IS SO POPULAR. 0 1 defy all to approach if. > ONLY THE FINEST INGREDIENTS USED. IT IS THE GREATEST FAVOURITE WITH THE CHILDREN. MANUFACTURED ONLY BY James Stedman,145 cot5K? ST"

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 13 September 1902

^_D5TTB:03Srir IHIOIRIDIEIRasrS FAMOUS LOW PRICES. ANTHONY HOEDEEN'S FAMOUS LOW PRICES fear not COMPETITION. Besting on the SUPEEB PINNACLE of their MARVELLOUS LOWNESS, they hardly note the puny efforts of would-be rivals, and firm in their own security and in public favour, laugh at those \vould:be rivals1 folly and pain. • ANTHONY HORDKRN'S FAMOUS LOW PRICES cannot be beaten, or, to put it in a less grammatical though more forcible way, " CAN'T BE BEAT." They have, so to speak, "NAILED THEIR COLOURS TO THE MAST," and they'll carry the flag VICTORIOUSLY through EVERY FIGHT. ANTHONY IIORDERN'S FAMOUS LOW PRICES warm tho COCKLES of many a HEART, and promote the MERRY JINGLE of SAVED MONEY in manv a POCKET. First of all, they are FORTUNE PROMOTERS; secondly, they are JOY ENGENDEKERS Thev make the SOtlL GLAD, increase the BANK BALANCE, and render OLD-AGE PENSIONS wholly UNNCESSARY. aistthonsr~3r" ^ooaiDiEiRjsr & soidts, Only Universal Providers, HAYMARKET (ONLY).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 13 September 1902

Winter comes -with chilly drape, And coughs and colds wo can't escape; We're bound to face it every year, However much tbo damp we fear. We long' to see Old Sol's bright rays Through those wet and gloomy days, While our health we do assure With some Woods' Great Petpeemctt Curb, WANTED. PROTESTANT EMPLOYEES OP LABOUR requiring Men for any kind of work should first apply to the SECRETARY L.O.L. LABOUR. ASSOCIATION, PROTESTANT HALL. WANTED,—All thinking of Assuring to know that the A.3I.P. Life Office is the ixSt. Full particulars supplied by J. B. YOUDALE, City Agent, 108 Pitt-street. Telephone 2170. k T FEDERAL AGENCY, 70 Hunter-street\x=req-\ r\ Wanted Cooks, C. and L., H. and P.m'e, Nurses, L.H., Generals, Protestants; refs. Tel. 3567. 'J LADY TYPIST and Shorthand Writer, retrenched \ by the Government, desires an engagement; has. first-class mercantile experience and testimonials. Apply ♦' Stenographer," Watchman Office. MANLY. — Homely Board and Residence, close Pier and Ocean. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 13 September 1902

Penny postage would prove u great boon, if ever it came into force, Such benefits can't reach us too Though bound to arrivo in due course. It is time wo take care of our pence, And liiccwitt) our health i am sure, So he, with a cough aud good sense, Takes Woods' ohpat £e?pebmikt Cube.

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Lodge Notes. JOHN WHEELER LODGE, No. 89. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 13 September 1902

Lodge Notes, JOHN WHEELER LODGE, No. The fortnightly meeting of the above Lodge was held in the Council Chambers, Hurstville, on^filonday last, Past-master Bro. Boromaher presiding. During the evening visits were received from the Grand Lodge Officers, District Deputy Officers of No. 92, Marrickville, and 77, Yueon's Jubilee, Hockdale. In replying to a vote of thanks, for their attendance, Deputy-Grandmaster Bro. Cooper expressed the pleasure it gave the Grand Lodge Officers to visit the Lodge, and although the John Wheeler was keeping its end up well,- he j trusted that every member would be successful ' In inducing a friend to join before another year j had passed; He was also pleased at the rapid | strides tho Protestant Alliance was making I throughout the colony, much of which ho considered was due in a marked degree to the sociability of the members of the different Lodges; and his own Lodge, No. 77, Queen's\x=req-\ Jubilee, was prepared to accept a challenge from sister Lodge...

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Parisian Headgear. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 13 September 1902

Parisian Headgear. "" Nothing so' becomes a woman as a pretty hat, 'whether it takes the shape of the. Toreador, the ever-popular Sailor,' or the pleasing Picture hat. " To bo well dressed," says Voltaire, " is to a woman more pleasing than the comforts of religion." No doubt the French cynic had the Holy Church in view when he uttered these sarcastic words, for the state of the B.C. religion at that period of the world's history makes unpleasant reading. However, to return to the frills and frocks of femininity, if you want excellent headgear in the latest Parisian fashion, patronise Miss Huntor, whoso two establishments are at 97 Georgo-street West, Sydney, and 124 Walker\x=req-\ street

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" The Rose, Shamrock, and Thistle." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 13 September 1902

" Tlie Bose, Shamrock, and Thistle." A rare treat awaits the Burwood public on Thursday evening, 18 th Sept., when the Bev. Dr. DiH Maeky wili deliver his celebrated patriotic and humorous lecture, with the above title, at the Federal Hall, Burwood/ The lecture, which is brimful of amusing anecdotes and vivid word paintings of the leading characteristics of Paddy, Sandy, and John Bull, will furnish a happy 11 twa " hours of pure, Punch-like humour. " Sure and bedad, but it will!" as the Irishman says. ?

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Our Legal Column. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 13 September 1902

Our Legal Column. ExatrfBTKS should be addressed to "Lex," Watchman Office, 35 Market Buildings, York-stroefc, and must be accompanied by the subjoined printed application. » This column is intended to afford information and practical adrice 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 " Officc, 35 Market Buildings, York-street, Sydney. Piease answer in " The Watchman" the annexed question. Reply to be addressed to M.M.M.—If the property is so far removed from the gas lamp that it receives no benefit from the lighting of the Municipality, it is not subject tojjghting rato. Property within the municipality is subject to general rates •whether the road in front of it is made or not. D.S.D.—You must obtain the consent of your mortgagee to your pro...

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