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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

For Good Value in Drapery .. TRY .. T Edward tyorderii's. Season's Novelties Now Opening. WEITE FOB PfiXCKS AJTD SaVTLES. CLOTHING and MEN'S MERCERY Our Specialty. EDWARD HORDERN, 666 and 668 GEOBGE STREET (Brickfield Hill). THEO. LORENZ. LAPIDARY & JEWELLER, All Precious Stonee Cnt and Polished on the premises. Sixteen years* expericnw? in Colonies. 89 ~M~ A BKET ST. T J ANDREWS, UNDERTAKER And MONUMENTAL MASON Railway Bridge, Newtown, And at 186 De\-onshire-ht, Sony Hills Telephones 138 N and 1003 ALWAYS DEMAND "Snow White " Ba^i^g Powder. Established 1RSI. «X. JE- HARRIS, 283 KING ST., NEWTOWN (Opposite Post Office), Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweller. .Optician, etc. All lands ofAVatchea, Clocks, Jewellery, Silver-plate, etc., Kuitable for presentation. Spectacles to suit all Bights. Special attention given to Watch, Clock and Jewellery Repairs. Ah "wort done on the premises. Ca£ii ob Terms. For STYLISH MILLINERY, FEATHEUS, TIPS, & FASHIONABLE PARISL\N TKIiQUNGS,...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

RESH FOOD" MILK as it is popularly termed, is distinguished for its undoubted PURITY and RICHNESS. Our PASTEURISED MILK commands the . largest sale, because discriminating house, wives, and those who have the care of children, will use no other. May we supply you ? Costs no snore than the inferior Rind . ^S^fN^W^RESI^FOOD^^CECa^d^

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Correspondence. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] MR. PERRY AND RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION. (TO THE EDITOR OF "THE WATCHMAN.") [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

Correspondence. [_ We do not hold ounclvcts responsible for the opinion* expressed by our correspondents.1 MR. PERRY AND RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION. (to the editor of " The Watchman*.") Sir,—Although the statements made by the Minister for Instruction are, at fnee value, very reassuring, Protestant parents must not accept theui on credit, but will, if they be wise, examine their children as to tho amount of religious teaching obtaiued at the State Schools. Many years since, at the last school I attended, we were happy in having for our Principal a maw the excellent;* of whose teaching, both secular and religions, many of my schoolfellows can gladly bear witness to. On one occasion sickness held our good teacher a priso\x=req-\ y ner, and during the time of his leave of absence a stranger was appointed in charge of the school. The Scripture lessons were at once made most meagre, although the books in use were those referred to as the outcome of the agreement of the various ecclesiastical ...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CARDINAL MORAN AT KILKENNY. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

CARDINAL MOKAX AT KILKENNY. " .Extract from his speech—" Wore Australia to be governed as Ireland is, that is, according to the whims of the statesmen who rule. at Westminster, I tell yon that Australia would not be united with the Empire for 24 hours. And this it is, precisely, that makes our , people truly loyal: because we are free and quite independent of the whims of the statesmen who rule for the passing hour. A stranger coming from a free land to Ireland asks himself why, in the dictates of common sense, the same measure of freedom given to the colonies is not given to this fair land. There is no citizen of Australia would seek to break the bond which unites that colony with the home country. No one would like to break up the Empire that holds such sway at tho present time, but we are convinced in Australia that the extension of the fullest measure of freedom to Ireland would not only disrupt the Empire, but would rather cement the various scattered parts of the Empire, and d...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE POPE'S NUMBERS. (To the Editor of THE WATCHMAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

THE POPE'S NtlMBERS. (To the Editor o£ The Watchman-.) Sir,—I was much interested in the letter by .7 Waldeusian," in the "Watchman" of the -: 6th inst., working out the Pope's number 666, • : in Roman characters. Herewith I bog to offer - you the same worked ont in Greek, taken from " Thirteen Lectures on the Apocalypse," by li. , Boberts:— Lambda L— 30 Alpha A— 1 Tau T—30u Epsilon E— a Iota I— 10 Upsilon N— 50 ; ; Omicroit O— 70 • Sigma S—200 ! ' • GOG ■" - •" Latinos, in plain English, may be said to mean Latindom, or Latin power,, kingdom, or Church, headed by the Pope. Before I was mut'h interested in the subject, I remember hearing a man in the street say that Luther, Napoleon, and I think Charlemagne, could all be reduced to 666. . Should any of your readers be able to supply me with these solutions, oranyotherruler'sname expressed* by that number, I will feel much obliged, aud promise, in return, to throws little further li^ht on the subject in a futuro issue. Yours faithful...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MRS. MARGARET SHEPHERD ANNOYS THE PRIESTLY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

MAEGAHET 8HEPHEHD ANNOYS THE PBIE8TLT PBE8S. j "That creature of ill-fame met with some rough handling from the sturdy Irish yeomanry of Warrnambool and their wives during an attempt on her part to lecture. Decont womankind rightly regard the 'presence of such an one as a reproach to their sex, and so resent her malodorous presence.—Sydney u Freeman's Journal," September 13. Note.—This is how R. O's always handle those who speak against their principles. It was so in the time of Luther—It is so now.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SUGGESTION. (To the Editor of THE WATCHMAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

. V-::. a suggestion. (To tlio Editor of The Watchman.) Sir In view of the franchise having been extended to women, it is imperative that steps ^ ' be taken to rouse up the female Protestant vote to its proper numerical strength. The K. C. ' vote will be used by Holy Church for its advancement in tho political sphere of the State to secure, if possible, a greater grip on State affairs, tho present condition of things being very undesirable. Organisation, therefore, is absolutely nccessary for the Protestant vote. It now devolves upon Protestants to appoint, say, hulf-a-do/.en good meii in the cause to traverse tho State from end to end, urging the necessity fo- a strong 'Protestant organization for tho forthcoming general election. Here is a grand opportunity for the A.P.D.A., or tho Evangelical Council to initiate the matter, and invito public subscriptions to defray expenses. Splendid men can be obtained for the work, with a faultless Protestant ring. An invitation from either of ...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ENGLAXD PAINTED BLACK. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

ENGLAXD TAINTED BLACK. If every Irishman is not a republican it is not the fault of the English Government. Better he anything than a subject of Coercion Acts, Castle hacks, and absentee landlords.— j "Catholic Pros*," Sept. Oth. I Note.—Why has Ireland to be ^coerced ? I Because .otherwise she will not be *ohedient I to law.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Home Rule! Rome Rule! [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

Home Rule! Rome Rule! \ Spencer, in .his "Views of the State of Ireland, 1590," says: — 4>ilaiTV, so there have bin divers, good plottes devised, and wise couneels cast already about reformation of that realme; but they say it is the fatal destiny of that land that no purposes whatsoever which are meant for her good will prosper or take good effect, which, whether it proceed froin the genius of the soylo or influence of the starres, or that A] mighty God hath not yet appointed the time other refomiatidu, or that ho reserveth her in this unquiet state still, for. some secret scourge which shall by her couie *nto England, it is hardio bVknuwue, but yet much to bo feared." Ireland is one of the most beautiful spots on the earth, with a people having all the artistic and sentimental characteristics of. southern Europe, combined with hardy Norse vigor, but who are at the same time ''The jest and riddle of the world." 'A people naturally generous, nifectionate, patriotic, and heroic, b...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stories from the Past. XVI. HOLLAND'S STRUGGLE FOR RELIGIOUS FREEDOM. (Continued.) (All Rights Reserved.) THE NEW GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

. Stories from the Past.' XVI. HOLLAND'S STRUGGLE FOE EELIGIOUS FBEEDOM. 11 ((Continued.) ' By C.E.S.T. , {AU lligldx Reserved.) The New Governor. The- King of Spain appointed Don Liiis de Requesens to.take the place of the Dolce of Alva as Governor of the Netherlands, and this nobleman's character now deserves a word or two. His reputation as a man of honour, ■whose word could be relied upon, was not of the highest. Many stories of broken faith were told regarding him, and whispers went abroad that lie was quite us unscrupulous and cruel as Alva. Certainly, he hud uever been able to win any personal popularity in the positions which be had previously held, from many of which he had retired, followed with as sincere a hatred as that which hud been so uni\x=req-\ ▼ersally bestowed by the Hollanders upon Alva. It is not certain that hepossessed even the confidence of the King, and was, in point of fact, simply a puppet o* the Spanish power. It had been supposed that the recall of Alva...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

Business ^©tice. The Wiwmwtv, a Weekly Journal of Socia3, Political, and Religious Progress. Published erery Thursday. Office: 35 Queen "Victoria Markets, York-street, Sydney. Telephone No. 2564. Subscribers* - Terms. Yearly .. .. ..-48. 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 Irindly requested to forward the necessary postage. The IJanagemeut recommend subscribers to procure The Watchxax from their Newsagents, to whom their subscriptions would be payable. But if this is inconvenient, they may apply direct to The "Watchman Office. . « All ffub^'riptions mutt be prepaid, and will be acknowledged in this column. Advertisements. The Watchman* offers spccial facilities tor advertising, the terms of which may be had of its cam-ttssers, or upon application at tltc office. - All Literaiy Communications to be addressed to the Editor, 9 Jamieson-street, and Business Co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

£JJ Beautiful Pictures m. £ U j<nm«Kl on Art w«r, » worth fntnimr, Lnelndinjj the QHt l*e*uufti) »ctr«MOii the Austral. ton Uncv I'tlott* u in throe colon < ,* «to#, U in two color* (12 X10) j Judfiac I'.t »t Hjdutj Show (34 z 10); the Town Kail, Sidney; ffeneinl Post Offlc*, 8/dneyJ thfl fijdoej lloH]iit<*l j the Btate Secretary'! Offio*( the b/duB/ Ctutom Boom ; the Bo/al Exchange (all 12 a 10), aleo shipping, Coal Mining, aae Putorit Beenee. The picture* are equal to the heat Entflliih and American prist*. **The Stai* notorial" u Uiu«inttire and deecripUve of •vary pbaae of life. Poet free 0d*' Ta» CoHUBxcxAL Pvsuaxtvs Cot. Lr»„ 9? Pitt Stmaat, Sibixx.

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Our Little Folks. RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

Our Little Folks. fconducted by "Auntie.""] RULES. 1. Writers must bo between the ages of six and fifteen, and must state their ages when -writing. 2. Writera to "Auntie" must write on one side of Uic.papcr only. 3. Letters mhy be upon any subject of interest to the writer—short stories, accounts of their amusements and rpTcationH, reading, favourite toys, etc. 4. Letter*must be original, vrrittca and composed by the childrcu themselves. 5. Address all letters to "Auntie," c/o. "Watchman " Office* 35 Queen Victoria Markets, . My Dear Young Folk,— The prize for tbo best original sketch of a Cat has been "won by Sydney Kayesa. The name of the winner of the prize to be awarded for the best answer to the conundrum will bo published in next week's issue. The prize for the next fortnightly competition will be given to tbo girl or boy who sends in the best essay on "Peace" (not more than 30 lines)./ I am very sorry that Hamilton Whitford has been unwell, but am also glad to know he is now ...

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A DISLOYAL STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

A DISLOYAL STATEMENT. Judas Joe says the British army of the .r future "will rely on voluntary patriotism to supply deficiencies. The South African war did not arouse much voluntary patriotism. It was the fact that there was no home volunteers that sent the recruiting sergeant to the colonies. Men in England could not he got' for love or money, after the first twelve months of the s war. Either the martial spirit in' England is waning low, or it was generally believed that Chamberlain's war was a dirty business, in which there was to be-found neither glory nor profit Anyhow, one fact is evident, England must go into the next campaign with clean hands if voluntary patriotism is to give her an army. The colonies are pretty tired of the recruiting sergeant, jingoism is a dead dog, and patter about imperialism makes people 1 feel sick.—"Catholic Press," Sept. 6, 1902. Note.—Protestants can judge.of the truth of this statement for themselves.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

wa'ntAd. PROTESTANT EMPLOYERS OF LABOUR requiring Men {or any kind of work should first apply to the SECRETARY L.O.L. LABOUR ASSOCIATION, PROTESTANT HALL. ANTED,—All thinking of Asfuring to know that the A.M.P. Life Office is the beat. Full particulars supplied by J. B. YOUDALE, Citj* Agent, 106 Pitt-street. Telephone 2170. • AT FEDERAL AGENCY, 70 • Hunter-street. "Wanted CooIch, C. and L., H. and P.m'n, NurbCi, L.H., Generals. Protestants; refs. TeL 3507 LADY TYPIST and Shorthand "Writer, retrenched by the Government, desires an engagement; has first-class mercantile experience and testimonial*. Apply 14 Stenographer," Watchman Office. ClOMFORTAlJLE HOME one o;- t*o respectable > young men. 53 "Waterloo-Street, near Redfern , Station. MANLY. — Homely Board and Residence, cloeo * Pier and Ocean. Terms, £1 Is. Vacancies. "Mna. F. E. BARKER, Wostgarth, Fountain-street. ANEW ARRIVAL, '>q, Protestant, L.O.L. 8, Christian, is now open for employment. Prefers store or warehouse, or ...

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Lies and Misrepresentations by R. C. Newspapers. PAST AND PRESENT. ORANGEISM VILLIFIED. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

Lies and Misrepresentations by R. C. Newspapers. PAST AND PRESENT. 0RAXGEI8M YILLTFIED. Referring to Orange outrages in Ireland on the 12th cf July thisyear, anEnglish (B.C.) paper says:—" If King William were alive to-day he certainly would he astonished to discover that his memory is celebrated by drunken orgies and rowdy demonstrations. The lawlessness of the Orangemen is a disgrace to Great Britain and Ireland and a serious danger to peaceablc citizens. Tho cowardliness of the Orangemen in resorting to the uso of firearms amidst unarmed people is characteristic. Tear after year we wonder why it is that the ministers of religion and other intelligent persons who have influence with tho Orangemen do not endeavour to reclaim them from their state of savagery.—"Catholic Press," September 6, 1902. Note.—In almost eveiy instance Roman Catholics ore the aggressors.

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Correspondence. [We do not hold our selves responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] (To the Editor of THE WATCHMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

Correspondence. \We do not hold our selves responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] (To the Editor of The "Watchman. Sir,—The following petition, .which, to his honour be it written, originated in tlie brain of Mr. S. J. Law, M.P., is being circulated and extensively signed throughout the States of tho Commonwealth. Let every man who deprecates the action and utterance of Sir ISdmund Barton see to it that his signature is attached. And as our women now, through suffrage being granted them, arc also a force to be reckoned with, it behoves them also to rise to the occasion, and show their indignation'against the Premier's unwarranted and unwarrantable conduct by universally signing tho petition. lours, A Hater of Toadyism. To the Hoxoiiaule the SPEAKER axi) MeM\x=req-\ ileks of ti1e HoUSK OF BePUESE-YTATIVES in* the Commonwealth of Australia ix Parliament assemdled. The humble Petition of tlie undersigned Protestant Subjects pf His Majesty King Edward the Seventh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

"SEMPER WHICH,^LITERALLY EADEM," translated, means g^,, "AIiWAYS THE TTTTfi is WHY THE LION BRAND 0OF CONFECTIONERY is so POiPULAR. Q 1 defy all Y o aPPI??ac^JBSBBKBBL m ^^mited IH fflHH^mlmllEoFncE5sCti«eNC6§i L*Vbws? Kent Si ■ ONLY THE FINEST INGREDIENTS U8BD. IT IS THE GREATEST FAVOURITE WITH THE CHILDREN. MANUFACTURED ONLY BT James Stedman,145 C™SS? ST"

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PROTESTANT ALLIANCE FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WATCHMAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

PROTESTANT ALLIANCE FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. (To tint editor of Tee Watchman.) Sir,—On two occasions since I became a subscriber I have had much pleasure iii reading paragraphs in the Watchman* on the doings of the Pioneer Lodge of the Protestant Alliance Friendly Society of Australasia. It is to be regretted that other lodges of the order neglect to keep their claims to recognition before the Protestant public. Many of us are imbued with a sort of mock modesty, and wish others to interpret it as liberality, but before we become so very liberal to others wo should at least be just to our own institution. "We find that the practice for many years adopted by Insurance companies of employing canvassers for business is also adopted by many Friendly societies. I know iu some instances misrepresentations are made for which canvassers are solely responsible. I also find that the P.A.F.S. of Australia are at present ia about the same , position that Jonah was when asleep in the boat. I will ther...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

JILE CARE , OF THE HAIB. "My hair is grey, but uot with years;" so says Byron, and "how applicable this is. to nany of us who are distressed by personal and business worries. Still, no trouble ever yet ob taiued for which seme relief has not been found. The bak is one of Nature's, adornments and should not be neglected. Proper attention should be given to its preservation, just as you tiud it necessary to atteud to any physical Lail\x=req-\ ment. C A PILL A HAIR TOXIC is the result of very careful study and the Proprietor's object is to give to .the public something of a medicinal^nature ruther-'than the useless perfume -which constitute many so\x=req-\ called hair restorers. MISS NELLIE* STEWART,* the popular and beloved actress, writes me as follows:—Sydney, July 10, 1902. Mr. W. Richards, proprietor Cnpilla 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 "CAPILLA," and I have found it to...

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