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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

-^ISTTIBIOIISr^r ZHIOIMDIEIRIISPS FAMOUS LOW PRICES. ANTHONY HORDERVS ' • : . FAMOUS LOW PRICES fear not COMPETITION. Resting on the SUPERB PINNACLE Jof their MARVELLOUS LOWNESS, they hardly note the puny efforts of would-be rivals, amrt)rm in their own security and in public favour, laugh at those would-be rivals' folly and pnin. ANTHONY HORDERN'S FAMOUS LOW PRICES cannot be beat-en, or, to put it in a less grammatical though morej forcible way, " CA'N*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 HORDERN'S ^ FAMOUS LOW PRICES • • warm tho COCKLES of many a HEART, and promote .the MERRY JINGLE of SAVED MONEY in many a POCKET. . ... First of.all, they are FORTUNE PROMOTERS; secondly, they aro-JOY ENGEHDERERS They make the SOUL GLAD, increase the BANK BALANCE,, and render-OLD-AGE PEN- • SIONS wholly UNNCESSARY. A TsTTBIOISr-Sr HOEDEEIT SONS, Only Universal Providers, HAYMflRKET (ONLY)...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

You've tKe marK ! yo«* aim fw that which Is PUREST and |l| B£<5T in the ooality of the MUUK and | | BUTTER too um in the Borne, at the same time having a regard" for ECONOMY IN PRICE, use only oar PASTEURISED MILK and "GOLDEN STAR'* BUTTER, and -yeo've hit the mark* . me N.S.W. FRESH FOOD (EL ICE CO. Ltd. Head Office Ob Refrigerating Works, HARBOUR ST.. SYDNEY

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

THE CARE OF THE HAIR. "My hair is grey, but not with years;" so vsays Byron, and how 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 lias not been found. The 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 the public something of a medieinal#nature rather than the useless perfume which constitute many so\x=req-\ euUed hair restorers. MISS NELLIE. STEWART, the popular and beloved iietrcss, writes me as follows :—Sydney, July 19. 100*2. 3lr. W. Rirluirds, proprietor Cupilla 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 be the most RE...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lodge Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

Lodge Notes. The monthly mooring of No. 42 L.O.L., Cauibewarra, was hold on Monday evening, the 15th ult., at the School of Arts, Cunibo warra, the W.M. in the chair, aud the other officers in their respective places. About 40 brethren were present, and a good deal of business was disposed of. One matter which received the attention of the members was the consideration of giving a suitable farewell to Brother Thomas Binks, senior, and family, who are leaving this part of tho district. It was decided that a social evening he given in honour of tho brother, and that an address from the Lodgo be presented to him. Other formal business being disposed of, tho lodge decided to give the Rev. Dr. Dill ilacky n cor dial invitation to visit the district, and favour tho members with a lecture. It was stated that the Rev. Brother would probably bo able to pay a visit about the 6th and 7th October. No. 176, L.O.L., held, on Sunday night, the Hih inst, an in lnemorian service in the West-end Meth...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

"SEMPER which,-literally "AI^^Y8 EADEM," translated, means ' ' this 18 "why THE LION BRA£3D 0 OF CONFECTIONERY IS SO POPULAR, $ 1 defy all Yo approach it LIMITED 0FF1CE5j€iABENC€§1 <5.VoW5l KcntSI ONLY THE FINEST INGREDIENTS USED. IT 18 THE GREATEST FAVOURITE WITH THE CHILDREN. MANUFACTURED ONLY BT James Stedman,145 c^S2yE st"

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The Protestant Watchtower. "What Will I do With My Boy?" [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

The. Protestant Watelitower. "What Will;i do With My Boy?" The above is the heading of an article in the priest's paper. AVo would suggest, as a reply to the question, that the boy should be taught how to correct the ungrammatical query of his parent. " The leading Catholic paper of Australia," as it modestly claims to be, ought to be taught that the question should be, . ""What shall I do with my boy?" As the "C.P." propounds it, the question is boorishly grotesque, and reminds one of the illustration used in our school days to correct such blundering. A " C.P." sort of fellow is being drowned, and cries for help thus :—"X will be drowned, for nobody shall save me." " "What will I do with my boy?" "Teach him grammar, and bring him up a Protestant," is about the best that can be done with liim. * # * "Ireland—A Nation." The "Catholic Press" of the 13th inst., under the heading of " Here, There, and Everywhere," quotes John Redmond, W. O'Brien, and a barrister named Goold, of 1799, t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

Basii^ess ^©Ijiee. Tzzs "Watceu£as, a "Weekly Journal of SotaaT, Political, and Beligiou." Progress. Published every Thursday. Office: 35 Queen Victoria Markets, York-street, Sydney. Telephone No. 25G4. Subscribers' Terms. Yearly 4b. 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 sto kindly requested to forward the necessary portage. The Management recommend subscribers to procure Th2 "Watchman from tlicir Newsagents, to whom their subscriptions -would be payable. But if this is inconvenient, they may app]y direct to Ths Watciolln Office. All subscriptions must be prepaid, and will i>e ac&noV. edged in this column.. .. Advertisements. The WATCxrsfAK offers special facUiti** tor advertising, tit? terms of wbicli may be had of its canvassers, or upon application at the office. All literary Communications to bo addressed to tho Editor, 9 Janiieson-street, and B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

Beauliful PiGinres fld. ^|| Iitlf-tonea prinud on Art i*)>er, Q worth friraiajf, ineladixtf most beautiful actro&s oa the Aastr*l« Un ru^r, tir*ce 1'alotta u in tlir©e colon (il x 10J. u in two oolora (13 * 10); Judging I»«c n S%dtoy Shaw (S-t x 10): the Town liall, fc>«aney: (Jooerul I'ufI Office, Sjrdcej; the C/tlo*? llofj ital: the Slate Secretary's Offioej thr S*dut7 Cuitom House; the Boyal Exchange (all 12 x 10), alto Shipping, Coal Mining, uc F&atoral Sceae*. The picture* in equal to the frMt Ecgliah and American print*. "The Stat* Pictorial" U Illustrative and deecriptire of •rarj phase of life. Poet tree Vd. Tu OoiKueiu Fnuwu OoTt Lro* « V Pi+T "-■err. J*te»WT. For Good Value in Drapery .. try .. Edward tyorderii's. Season's Novelties Now Opening. - "White foe Phices axd Sahvles. CLOTHING and 3IEN's mercery Our Specialty. EDWAED HORDERN, 666 and 668 GEORGE STREET (Brickfield Hill). THEO. LORENZ. Lapidary & jeweller, ah Precious st©ne« Cut and Po...

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Volcanic Eruptions. [FRIENDLY COMPANION.] [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

Yolcaiiic Eruptions. [Fkiexdly^ Companion. ] How, from time to time, the inhabitants of the world are startled aud horrified by some terrible visitation of vast destruction from one or other of-the vast forces of nature. "The God of glory thundereth," the psalmist declared. And he "tliundereth" still, -whether by electric, subterranean, or other forces. What an appalling instance of tliis we have had in Martinique and neighbouring islands, where in perhaps less than some five short minutes, some 30,000 or more human beings were hurled from time to eternity. One minute these are pursuing their ordinary«calling,— eating, drinking, cursing, working, and engaged in a thousand ways; another minute and they are strickcn with an awful, undescribable fear. All they have heard or read concerning the last great "Day of Judgment! Day of wonders!" comes confusingly crushing into the mind, with a conviction of having to face a holy God,— conviction flashed into the soul with guilty terrors and h...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ST. GEORGE'S BRANCH, No. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

ST.' GEOKGE'S URANCH, No. 20. Dr. Dill-Mnekr delivered a L-cturo on "Ti e necessity of Protestant organisation" at Kogarah on September 16th. On the plat form there was a large and representative gathering of all tlie Protestant churches in the district, mid our reporter noticed the Kpv. R. Kay (Presbyterian), Kev. Scott Fletcher (Methodist), Rev. M. Morgan (Congi-ogational), nnd Rev. K. Palmer (Baptist). There was a laige attendance of the public, and excitement and enthusiasm ran high at times. At the conclusion- of the lecture over a hundrvd names were handed in by tlio.se desirous of joining the new branch. On the next oveuiug the branch was formed under the title of tho St George's brunch. The election of office bearers resulted as follows:—President, Rev. R. Kav, llurstville; Yice-Presi:lents Rev. M. Scott Fletcher and ltev. C. Palmer, Carlton secretary, E.' Willans, Kogarali; lisuincial secretary, J. Carew, Forest road. Hiuvtville; treusurer, W. Dures, Botany-street, Huret vi...

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ANNANDALE BRANCH, No. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

ANNANDALE BKANCH, -No. 14. Tho monthly meeting of tho above braucli was held 011 Thursday evening, 16th Septem ber, at tho Council Chambers, Johnston-street Tho secretary (Mr. S. H. Abrauis) read tho minutes of last meeting, which were confirmed. Tho Treasurer (Mr. W. 31. AVoods), announced that the brauch finances were ou a sound basis oud a faii; credit balauce was in hand. Mr. J. Sharp, delegate to tho Council, gave a state ment of his stewardship, which was well re ceived by tho members, especially whon he an nounced that Ko v. Dr. Dill Macky would tour tho colony for tho formation of now Branches of the Association. The busiuess for tho meeting was " Consideration of constitution and bye laws of association." After general discussion it \r&6 decided that; tlio constitutioM nml bve la\rK of association, its printed, l».> adopted by tho Branch. Ten new mum Ms were duly elected. At the next meeting <»n Ocr-ober 9th, it was decided-to liold a musical ovciiiuy....

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Our Legal Column. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

Our Legal Column. Enquiries should l>n addres«?d to "Lex," Watch man Office, 3") Market Building*. York-street, and viuxt be accompanied by the subjoined printed application. Thin column is intended to afford information and practical advice to correspondents, with regard to any Jegsil difficulties which tH«y mnv experience. Questions submitted may often requiie research and therefore ahonld reach this office not later than Monday of the week in which <» reply w desired. APPLICATION TO ACCOMPANY ENQUIRY. To " Lex," " Watchman " Office, • 35 Market Buildings . York-Htreet, Sydney. Please answer in " The Watchman11 tlie annexed question. Reply to be addressed to Ixquibeb.—The position you are in often oc curs, and is ve^ awkward. All you can do ia to find the owner (if possible), sue liim for agistment fees, and unless lie pays the debt, sell the horse through the bailiff of the court, after obtaining your judgment. Tbuth.—You hate really embarked'in a parl • nership, an...

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WAVERLEY BRANCH, No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

WAVERLEY BRANCH, No. 2. At the last meeting a committee 'was appointed to maize arrangements for carrying out the proposed competitive concert. It is the desire of the committee that all young people attending any Protestant Sunday school, Bible Class, or church, shall have the opportunity of competing. With that end in view, a number of churches and Sabbath schools have received programmes and entry forms; those who have not received such forms may obtain tlio information from our advertising columns, and should send the entrance fee for any event they wish, to enter for to tlio secretary, Waverley P.O. The cotumittce anticipate a keen contest in all events, and hopo to make it an annual occurrence. An - essay on"- Protestantism is amongst the items for which a silver medal will be presented. This event may bo con tested for by any one in the State, providing j they belong to a Protestant' Sunday-school, Bible Class, or church, and aro notoverthoage ; of twenty.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Australian Protestant Defence Association. NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

The Australian Protestant Defence Association. NOTICE. Districts dwirons of the fornatiou of a branch of the A.P.D.A. are requested to comrauuicnto with the President, Dr. Dill Macty. No. 9 Jamieson-Btreet, Sydney.

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LEICHHARDT BRANCH, No. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

LEIOHHAJiDT BEA.NCH, No. 5. The usual monthly mooting was held on Tuesday, Sept ICth, iti tho Presbyterian Church, Marion-street, Rev. F. C Boyor in tho chair. Soventeon new members were elected. Tho Executive Committee has been enlarged by live members, viz.:—Messrs. John Suther land, N. C. Neal, W. 13. Wragge, J. Har greaves and Jno. Clarke. *^Ir. Huggarfc was elected treasurer, aa Mr. Weir had removed from the district. The appointment of a po litical secretary to act iu conjunction with the like oiticer of the Orange Lodge is to bo made next meeting. On adjournment to the church the members listened to a lecture on ''William, Prince of Orange," by Mr. T. 13. "Watt, who received u vote of thanks. It has been decided to hold a special meeting of members on Sept. 30th, to consider what steps this Branch will take in tho great aggressive movement of tho A.P.D.A.

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DULWICH HILL BRANCH, No. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

DUI/WIGU HILL BHANOH, No. 8. | The monthly meeting of tins branch was held in the Athenteum Hall on Tuesday, 8th inst. Olio of the Vice-Presidents, in the absence of the President, took the chair.- • As the Rev. Mr. Morley, 'who had kiudly con sented to give an address on "Martin Luther," at short notice, could not be present until after the usual opening hour, two mem bers of the branch kindly volunteered to give short recitations, which were much appreciat ed. Mr. Morley having arrived'the business of the evening was proceeded with. The address was much appreciated by all present. The usual business meeting of the branch was held at th<? close of the public meeting, when eighteen now members were proposed.

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AUSTRALIAN PROTESTANT DEFENCE ASSOCIATION. A FORWARD MOVEMENT. A CRUSADE OVER ALL NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

AUSTBALIAN PEOTESTANT DEFENCE ASSOCIATION. A FoEWAED ifoYEMENT. X CRUSADE OVER ALL NEW S0UT1T WALKS, We bog to draw. the attention of our largo circle of readers to the forward movement of the A.P.D.A., which has already :n its one year of existence, done excellent work. This crusade against the doraiuancy of Soman Catholic power in New South Wales will he inaugurated at a great demonstration in the Sidney Town Hall, to bo held on Monday evening, October 13 th, at which the manifesto of the Association will bo road for adoption, and resolutions will bo proposed bearing upon the principles and policy of the scheme. TJ1060 resolutions will be moved and seconded by leading dories and laymen of the State. It is intendedby the promoters that this movement shall mark - an important epoch in the history j of New South Wales, and, -indeed,-of the j whole Commonwealth ; a similar movement is on foot at the present time in the State of ! Victoria,' where a kindred association, known I as " Th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE Watchman CIRCULATION 13,500. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1902. WOMAN'S PLACE IN THE COMING BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

CIRCULATION 13,500. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1902. WOMAN'S PLACE IN THE COMING BATTLE. There is a magnificent opportunity for the newly-enfranchised women of this State to r make their entry into the political arena more than ordinarily important. -The present position of public affairs is chaotic in the extreme, and full of dangers to the welfare of the people* New parties are constantly being formed, each with its programme of wants and dosires; and theEe have to he satisfied if tHe Government would retain its position. There is the Ministerial party and the regular Opposition, the Labor members, the Independents, and*the Country party. The heterogenous character of the Ministry is the main cause for this diversity of opinion, and will assuredly bo its .ruin, unless steps bo talcen to summarily stop the system which certain of its members are introducing. The continual pandering to the Roman Catholic element in thiB city, and throughout the country, has been made an essential featu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Editor's Letter Box. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

Editor's Letter Box. SI.C.—"Wo had gone to press whoa your report arrived. See this week's issue. Jack Tar.—Will answer you. next issue, V.J.—When the paper is enlarged, wo will be able to revive the Agricultural Column and other features. South Coast.—Sorry, but have quito enough Fiction on hand at present, and to supply all our requirements for the next 18 jaonths. Will keep your address. E.W.M. (Parramatta).—Pars, not interesting enough for Watchman readers. ° A Hater of Romanism.—Call on Rn*. F. Col\x=req-\ villo, or any member of the Omimeniale Branch of the A.P.D.A. Protestant (Penrith).—As you did not sign your name wo couldnot write you as suggested, but have pleasure iu complying with tho request contained in your no:e*. Tbo Plague han oomo to light ugaui To give us all a scam; death *-tan» us in tbo face, that's p!ain, * lit every ono take care. Attend to every ailment that - You may have to endure, Drive off your cough and put on fat ^ "With Woods* gbkix Pbpnduont Ootlz.<...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Delightful Specimen of Catholic Education. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

Delightful Specimen of Ca tholic Education. The following letter, written in application by a Roman Catholic educated youth for a position in the city, gives an interesting, hut; deplorable, sidelight into the sort of educational training that is in vogue at the R. C. colleges and schools tlmt the champion agitator, Arch bishop Kelly, desires should be bolstered up with Government coin:— August 8tli, Miller's Point. My Dear Sir,—In reply to your advertise ment of the 8th ultimo I beg to offer myself for the situation aslced for by you. I have just left of school and I have successfully gone through all my Clasxis. Iam ttcvenUen years of age. I Iiavo not had any pracous knowledge of Work, hoping this will not interfere in any way frosn hindering me in this situation. If references mat/ be required apply to Rev. A.B. I am dear Sir still waiting a return. i yours faithfully Signed X.Y.Z. JN.ii.—If you send a return, kindly state salary.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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