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News of the Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

News of the Churches. Tho~ Granville Methodist Young People's Institute has been regularly holding its weekly meeting on Tuesday evenings in the William\x=req-\ street Church. On the 2nd inst. the programme was Impromptu Speeches. Previously there have been some most interesting evenings, e.g., a Mock Trial, Gentlemen's Evening, Inter-Society Debate, Manuscript Journal, Incidents from the Lives of Great • Women, debate on il Women's Franchise"\which resulted completely to the ladies' satisfaction), a Musical Evening, etc., etc. Mr. G. E. Ardill, director of the Sydney Rescue Work Societ)* reports that during the week ended Sept. 6tli, 1902, there were supplied at the Home of Hope, Stanley-street, : Newtown, 3307 meals and 433 bods to women, | while 240 bedB were provided for children I with their parents. At the Open A11 Night I Beiuge, 403 -Sussex-street, 278 beds and 8G3 I meals were supplied to women, and 109 beds to children." There are at present 33 boys and gprls at our Childr...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Romanism and the Bible. No. IV—ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

Romanism and the Bible. No. IV—ITALY. By Bev. Hexry Gainfobd. As the Orient liner approaches the coast of Sicily one sees Mt. Etna lifting her head 10}000 feet above the steamer's deck, and belching fromher fierymouth flames and smoke. Now she is hidden, ai^d now her majestic form is seen above the clouds. By night a magnificent light; by day, a noble land-murk. The lovely -Strait of Messina gives the passengers plenty to feast upon, and enough for contemplation for the rest of the voyage. The towering mountains form a splendid background to the sloping hills, dotted over with villages, towns, and homesteads. Down to the seaside grows the vines of Sicily and' Italy, indeed a very garden for beauty. From, the Strait, up to the Bay of Naples the steamer passes by the most beautiful of cultivation and foliage. Italy, indeed, may be called a (i garden," for nature has been lavish to a degree.^ From the inspiring scene of the Straits we soon find ourselves in the noted Bay of Naples unde...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

Who hasn't been attacked by Grippe And languished in its hold; ' How many give this life the >-lip, • Neglecting cough or col(L Gaunt men with cough and hollow cheek, "Whose death.heexts almost «tm?. Can pick up health if they but seek , For "Woods' Gheat Pm-EiucNT Cube.

Publication Title: Watchman
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THE Watchman CIRCULATION 13,500. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1902. PROTESTANT ORGANISATION. A NECESSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

CIRCULATION 13,500. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1902. PROTESTANT ORGANISATION. A NECESSITY. It is now abundantly evident to a large and ever-incfeasing number of those interested in : . public affairs, that the time has arrived when an ;• organised Protestant vote is an absolute ' necessity. The ceaseless attacks which, during the past years, have been an especial feature of : the Roman Catholic hierarchy in Australia, renders it an essential duty that Protestants x should organise, and show a united front to those who have constituted themselves' their most bitter foes. If the priests of this faitb. were content simply to utter slanders and calumnies against Protestants generally, it is probable that their utterances would be treated with the contempt they deserve. The Roman Catholic newspapers here teem with insults to our religion, but we take little or no notice of them. There is never an issue of the " Catholic Press," a paper edited and managed by Soman Catholic priests, but which...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

A -NTT-Fq-n-KT^- HOEDEBIT'S FAMOUS LOW PRICES. ANTHONY HORDERN'S FAMOUS LOW PRICES fear not COMPETITION. Resting on the SUPERB PINNACLE; of their MARVELLOUS LOWNESS, they hardly note the puny efforts of would-be rivals, and„firm in their own security find in public favour, laugli at those would-be rivals" folly and pain.. ' , ANTHONY HORDERN'S FAMOUS LOW PRICES I ' cannot be beaten, or, to put it in a less grammatical though morel forcible way. " CAN'T BE' BEAT." Tliev have, so to speak, "NAILED THEIR COLOURS TO THE MAST," and they'll carry the flag "VICTORIOUSLY through EVERY FIGHT. " " ANTHONY' HORDERN'S FAMOUS LOW PRICES warm the COCKLES, of many a HEART, and promote the MERRY' JINGLE of, SAVED MONEY in many a POCKET. ^JfiC First of all, they are FORTUNE PROMOTERS; secondly, they are JOY ENGENDEREKS They make the SOUL GLAD, increase the BANK BALANCE, and render OLD-AGE PENSIONS wholly UNNCESSAKY. A nSTTZEEOZENTY" - ZELOIRJDiEilRIISr & S OUSTS Only Universal Providers, HAY...

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Says the Friars Must Go. THE REV. DR. BABBITT ACCUSES THEM OF GREEJD, ROBBERY AND OPPRESSION IN THE PHILIPPINES. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

Says the Friars Must Go. THE KEY. DR. BABBITT ACCUSES THEM OF GREEJD, ROBBERY AND OPPRESSION IN THE PHILIPPINES. The Rev. Dr. Dean Richmond Babbitt, rector of the Church of the Epiphany, McDonough-street, and Tompkins-are., Brooklyn, preached on Sunday on "The Friars and the Friar Question." Ho said in part:— This country is bringing a greater liberty to the Phillipines than it has ever been able to bring-, or can bring Tinder present conditions, to Cuba—for the darkness, oppression and superstition of the great masses of the Fillipinos are greater than among the masses of the Cubans, and American liberty has a freer hand and a wider scope. Commercial and mercantile considerations have too Jong obscured grander and nobler elements in the Phillipine situation. We have opened a door in the Phillipines, but the wiser, more thoughtful minds, are not considering whether flour, machinery and cotton goods are goiug through that door, or sugar, coffee, spices and hemp are coming thw way thr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"CAPRICORNIUS SOON TO BE THE RULING SIGN OF THE ZODIAC, IN 1902-3, AS AT THE DELUGE." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

CAPRICORNIUS SOON TO BE THE RULING SIGN OF THE ZODIAC, IN 1902-3, AS AT THE DELUGE." 1 Dr. Close's interview on this subject, as he I gave it to the San Francisco " Call," is as follows :— u The Babvloniau tablets are a set of inscribed plates written hundreds of years before the Christian Era. In these is given an accouut ; of the Noachian Deluge.. These tablets were exhumed from the ancient city of Nineveh, and are now in the British Museum in London. TheystatethatCapricornuswustlierulingsign of the Zodiac at the time of the Deluge. Berosus, a Chaldean astronomer, wrote the history of Babylon, and quote! the Babylonian tablets ; and he further declared that when the sun and planet* again, together, occupied the Zodiacal Sign of Capricornuft another world-flood would happ^t. It is proper to say, here, that the term " flood * or li deluge" does not mean the end of the world, nor the total extinction of life upon the globe, but the subsidence in sinking of a great body of land, such ...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Eruptions in the West Indies. INTERESTING PREDICTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

Eruptions in the West Indies. . t | INTERESTING PREDICTIONS. Xotes. on the Prediction of Great Earthquakes in 1902-o, by Dr. Close, Astronomer; and •Berosus, Ancient Chaldean Astronomer. Copied from the " Covenant People,'' for July, 18f9, a monthly expositor of . the -propbefios couceruii.g the two Houses' of Israel and Judah.' Dr. Frank 31. Close, of Oakland, California, lately President of the Tucima Academy of Science, is, according to the,. "New York Press," the authority for the statement that the planets will, within several years, from now, attain identically the same position that they occupied at the time of the Flood, described so vividly and minutely in the Old Testament. Dr. Close goes further, and while he does not predict another Flood, such as nearly wiped off the earth all traces of animal life, he da res to predict disturbances that have not been equalled ou this planet for hundreds of years. The recent earthquakes felt in America up and down the Atlantic Coast is ...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Lodge Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

Lodge Notes. The General Gordon, L.O.L., held their monthly meeting on Thursday night, Sept. 11, in No. 5 Hoom, Protestant Hall, the W.M., Bro. Lucas, in the chair. With a fair attendance of lodge members and visitors, the lodge was opened at 7.30 by prayer and portion of Scripture. JThe minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Four old members were re-obligated and re-admitted. The correspondence was read and received* The secretary's account was passed for payment. Two candidates were, after due ballot, initiated,, and one candidate proposed for next 'meeting. A brother who had just returned from South Africa was welcomed, and the " Qualifications of an Orangeman" read. The lodge then closed in the usual solemn way. The night being fixed by the lodge as a Pound Night, the doors were thrown open to admit vibitors to take part in the proceedings within the beautiful decorated room. A splendid programme was gone through, songs beiug rendered by tlie following brethren...

Publication Title: Watchman
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The Poet's Corner. IRELAND AND PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

The Poet's Corner. IRELAND AND PEACE. O'er Afric's land the blessed form Of Peace may shine with golden wings, liut round Hiberma^howLs the .^torm, And to her fields the night damp clingy. The only light that gilds her woe, A lnrid gleam that shine.4* to curse, Where fires of hatred fiercely glow And folly strives the blaze to nurse. The blind fanatic, drunk with zeal, Dwell* in the ancient day* of blame ; Dreams of the faggot and the wheel, The dungeon ana the cord of shame. Through history's page his eyes may rove, But, to liw loss, he draw* the net Where Perjury with Treason strove And Massacre with Murder met. And ever in the market place We see the crowd, unthinking, stung To acts that shame their faith and raoe By venal prater's venomod tongue. Still, Erin's sons who baubles seek, Ye trample over gems unpriced, tad. smiting at a brother's cheek. Ye strike the bleedinc faco ».f Christ! Belfast, 16th June, 1902. W. R. CALDER.

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Editor's Letter Box. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

Editor's Letter Box. Irishman, North Sydney.—Book can bo obtained at Dymock's Book Arcade, 428 George street. Observer.—Your letter may be published later. Steps are beiug taken in the direction you iudicate. A.S.—Agricultural colurnu discontinued. G. E. Short, Helensburg.—Nothing to prevent your being admitted as a visitor ou examination. Our readers iu search o£ footwear cauuot do better tlian call on Messrs. J. Cropley and Sou, .800 George-street. Ease, comfort, and durability can be relied on. This firm depend oil the excellence of their work, the quality of the goods, 'and the moderation of the prices to secure them custom as well as to retain it when, once ttied. Every description of boots and shoes for boys and girls. Iirtlies and gentlemen arc invited to give this lirni a trial. Long live tbc King! Hut who can toll Tlie certainty of life, . The mm who fvds to-day to well, May die of .sickness rife. Coughs and raids are prevalent ilk ' "Which we must all cnduro Though we n*M ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

1/2 DOZEN SILVER SPOONS FOR NOTHING. Dariat th* bit tatlr* sratbi we have irlvrn sway free thousand* of oar fusomt Ufw WakA«. aatl have la mit poMcnkm aa unlimited number of unsolicited ta*timoaiala from all putt of A«*. toalia, ackmowladfiuf the wouderfal ralue of the rift. TbU pra-wtation watch barbf ad*erti«*d the Watch Da pansiest of oar bullosa* to rach a wonderful extent, we have decided to clva a*i) tor nothing nalf*a»Doxca el our famous Indian Silver Tea Spoon* (which wear like aoM 41var throughout) to a nor* porcbaeer of a 8j*cul line that we ara bow osaring, conaittiaf of aa Xlaetro-plated P»cU* Fork aad Jam Spoon at 7a. 6d. Tbeaa artielaa are fit for an; table. Ibia affar ia sad* ealj mo oosditioa Uiat juu ebow the Spoons to jonr friend*. It la a Startling Off** 1*4 yoo will bo te'-re than ratified, if sot retain the coed* ud we will rctora yoar moaaj. SaM lar Mt M|«l at TutlMBlali nod yvu wtll be surprised. Th» Landan Watch Ci.. Central Arcade, George St, Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

A SILVER WATGH FOR NOTHING, We hereby undertake to GIVE ONE of our famous SILVER WATCHES, listed at £2 10s (Lady's or Gentleman's) to every Man, Woman, or Child who sends us tbe Correct Reading of the following puzzle:— . | A WTCH1TN *S A X'CSSTY. j The only condition is that if your answer is correct you purchase oue of our Solid Sterling Silver Chains to wear with the Watch. SEND NO MONEY, simply forward your answer, nnd enclose stamp and addressed envelope (2d), so that we may inform you if you have won the watch. There is no necessity to cut out this advertisement. We are making this offer solely with the object of introducing and advertising our goods. Address, THE MANAGER, THE ENGLISH WATCH CO." P.O. CHAMBERS PITT STREET, SYDNEY

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Lodge Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

Lodge Notes. No. 150, Rev. Geo Walker Lodge, held its monthly meeting in tiio Oddfellows' liall, Mount-street, on Monday, 8th. September. During the evening Bro. JJeid proposed a committee of six to carry out the loruation of a branch of the A.iM).A. It was" also proposed to purchase a collar for Bro. Haylock, lie being the oldest member of tiie lodge, which has increased from twelve members last January to the glorious roll-call of 95 in September. Not a bad Tecord for eight mouths toil. <V vacancy has been created in tlie representation, of South Belfast by the death in July of Mr. W.Johnston, one of the most conspicuous "4* characters" of the House of Gammons, in the 74th year of ag*. One writer says:— *4 He "was the most Orange of Orangemen, tracing all tiie evil in the world, direct and without any circumlocution, to the Pope. He was Graud Master of the Grand Black Chapter oi Ireland, and also Past Grand Master of the Orange Lodge of Ireland, and those who have seen ...

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Terrill's Pianoforte Works. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

Terrill's Pianoforte Works. Wo beg to draw our readers attention to tlie fact that the above-mentioned well-known musical lirm, which is under the experienced management of Mr. Cecil S. Hermitage, has lately landed a iirst class shipment of Upright Grands, a manufacture of pianos that lias, of recent years, won many admirers. The firm's\x=req-\ spacious show-rooms at I GO, 102, and 1(51 George-street West, are well stocked with organs and pianos, representing all the leading manufacturers, and to accommodate patrons tbev take old instruments in part payment.

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Commercial. The Watchman Office, Wednesday Evening. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

• Commercial. The Watchman Office, Wednesday Evening. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. Prices all round liave, during tlie past week, shown considerable variation, supplies inter\x=req-\ coloijially, being well up to requirements. The diy weather has again caused enquiry for cheaper lines of fodder. At Redfern supplies are small, chaff being trucked from railway wharves to Redfern for sale by auction. Chaff market easier, supply heavy, imports from other States being very largo. "Wheat market steady at late rates. JMLaize: Prime quality in brisk request, the bulk of the South Coast shipments being new and heated. Stocks are hard to place at con-: siderably reduced prices. Oats: Prime quality in good demand; other sorts dulL T3ran and pollard scarce. Prices advanced to 1/4 to l/4£. Straw market dull. Onions: Prime quality in good demand at advanced prices. Oaten hay in demand. Lucerne scarce. Potatoes: Good supply at lower prices. DAIBY PltODUCE, Butter market still excited. Prices liave adva...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

For 7/9\x=req-\ CALF GOLOSHEDJ BALMORALS1 Kangaroo Kid Legs. For 8/9\x=req-\ TAN GLACE BALMORALS. For tO/6\x=req-\ OUR FRENCH CALF WHOLE GOLOSH IIALMORAI.S, ■ Hand-sewn. For 12/9. . RUSSIANLORA TAN BALS, M "Wide Welts. Very stylish. These are the latest styles of Gentlemen's Footwear. Good Fitting, very Durable, and the Material the very best JDff GfiDPLEV 800 George-street, S J_>3SrET. ' Telephone 1508. :J. S. OLDHAM, Wholesale and Family Grocer, 192 KING-STREET, NEWTOWN. All Coimtiy Orders Packed and Delivered FREE to any Railway Station or "Wharf in Sydney and Suburbs, PLEASE SEND FOR A PRICE LIST. Orders Collected and Delivered.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

W. F. ROBERTS, - - - VIOLINIST (Of the Royal College of Manic, England. Three year Pupil of Herr Adolf ltrodenky, of Conservatoire. Leipsie). SCHOOLS AITENDED. For Terras, etc., apply " Wat<jhman " Office, 35 Q.V Markets, Yorlc-BtreeU MARS' STUDIO, Burwood Road, Burwood. AUTISTIC PHOTOGRAPHIC WO UK. CHILDREN A SPECIALITY. Pictures Framed on the Premises. ROBERT GILLIES, Proprietor. ft Special Offer. In order to intro- I dura; onr COLD WIRE JEWElLERr to the Ails- I traUan public, we have deidded to offer one of the <rreatet?t bargains ever Keen in the Jewel\x=req-\ lery Tnule, viz.. the abore very handsome BROOCH, any name, or 3 Initialn made of extra quality gold-filled ■wire, 'with Heart Pendent Guaranteed 15/«rat solid pold. Complete, Scut post free < receipt of P.O.O. or 21.0. 7s Cd. Smaller sizes, 3/6, 2/6. WEBB, The Gold Wire King, 23 4: 44 Qneut Victoria Markets. Sydney. I£*g£! iOGTRIx/AUS i I^orravBrps.! = P^RRAMSirtA. " Telephone 3ofi7 FEDERA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

J. MoNAB,' Household Ironmonger, SSr 169 George-street West, Near St. B&nmbnu' Church. The Cheapest House fur Chinhware, Gloss, and 'Earthenware. - • . 1 ■■ • .

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Introduction to the Study of Natural Law. (CONTINUED FROM LAST ISSUE.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 20 September 1902

Introduction to the Study . of Natural Law. (Continued fhom last isscb.) I 12. Good and Evil.—The only canon by I which the morally good or evil, can he determined is the law, for whatever is morally good is good because it is in harmony with the law, and whatever is morally evil is evil because ii is in opposition to the law. Goodness is therefore lighteousuess or holiness bewfu&e it is obedience, and ovii is sin or wickedness because it is disobedience to the law, that is, to the will of God. 13. Love.—The law expressly commands man to refrain from making or worshipping idols. An idol is a falee god, the frork of man's own hand or of the evU imaginations of his heart, either in ignorance of or in opposition to the only true God, and in disobedience to His law. lu all ages and in all conditions of man's existence the law insists that mau must woiship God and serve Him only. •" But, having fallen into disobedience, ' man too frequently allows himself to imagine that he can m...

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