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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

WANTED. PROTESTANT EMPLOYERS .OF LABOUR rs\x=req-\ quirinp Men for any kind 01 work 6houlrt first apply to the SKCRETAltY L.O.L. LABOUR ASSO\x=req-\ CIAXIOX, PROiKSTANT HALL. WANTED,—All thinking of Assuring to know that the A. M.P. Life Office i* the best. Full particulars supplied by J. B. VOUDALE, City Agent, 10S Pitt-street Telephone 2179. AT FEDERAL AGENCY, 70 Hunter-street. Wanted Cooks, C. and L., H. and P.in's, Nurses, L.H., Generals. Protestants; lefs. Tel. 35G7. ANEW ARRIVAL, 20, Protestant, L.O.L. 8, Christian, is now open for employment. Prefers store or warehouse, ur titclienman and useful. Strictly »ob3r, honest. ltefcrences. Open till October 1st. Address, C.M.W.R.. Post Office, lWrarootta. MANLY, Homely Bunrd ami Residence, close Pier ana Ocean. Tonus, £1 Is. Mrs. F. E. DARKER, 44 Westgarth," Fountain St. For First-class GROCERIES & PROVISION Stry "W. RITCHIE, Corner Marrickville & lllawarra Roads. Telephone No. 322 Peterslmm. Orders Collected and Del...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Correspondence. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] HOME RULE. To the Editor of the " Watchman." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

Correspondence. [7Yc do not hold ourxchcx rcxponiibh for Hit opinions expressed by our Correspondents,"^ HOME RULE. To the Editor of the " Watchman." Sir,—Other tilings being equal, there is not tl\o least doubt in my mind that Ireland would bo entitled to the same nieasuro of Home Rule as we enjoy. A centuiy ago Ireland had her own Parliament, but gave it up; Irish Catholics tell us it was bought \wth Euglish gold. Perhaps if they want the Parliament again they could arrange to re-buy it! Is there auy chance of her doing-so? To answer that one must be able to answer tho question: "Has she ever seriously asked for Home Rule ? Eyeryone will agree that tho North does not want it under present circumstances, and it is just as evident that tlio South does not tako advantage of ruling herself to the extent she might. In the North of Ireland, in Scotland, in England, and AVales, tho majority of tho people insist, and have insisted lor centuries, on having nothing less than Absolute Home R...

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News of the Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

News of the Churches. fr^The* Granville Methodist Young People's Institute gave a concert in tho William-street Church on Tuesday, Sept. 9th, in aid of the Mount Kembla Relief Fund. The performance ■was successfully carried through, the different items being Vfell appreciated by the audience. The following; was tho programme:—Instru\x=req-\ mental Trio, Miss Haigh, A.L.C.M., Miss'Vera Haigh, A.L.C.M., and Master Willie Haigh; "At the Kembla Mine," Miss It. Coulscn; chorus, " When Heroes Return," Choir; recitation, "Nail the Colours/to the Mast," Mr. Arthur Fletcher; song, "The Old Conn\x=req-\ tree," Mrs. Wilson ; recitation,11 Only a Tear,V Miss L. Baker; duet> " The Future Lies Before Me," Miss L. and E. MeMonigal; I recitation, " Henry of Navarre," Mr. A. 33. Fletcher, sen.; organ solo, 44 Alia Marcia," Miss McMichael; recitation, " Resignation," Miss Barnes; duet, " The Sea of Glass," Mr. and Mrs. Wilson; recitation, "His Mother's Songs," Mr. Will Brown; song, Mr. Wilson ; an...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

Clias. E. Wigzell and Son,; ■ . Hairdressers, .. ORNAMENTAL HAIRWORKERS. Stage and Street Wig-makers. Post Orders for Hair Work receive our Sfccia] • attention. J.B.—Note the Address— 139-141 OXFORD STREET ONLY EXPERIENCE Is the "best teacher, and we rely upon men of experienoe' in matters of importance. tVhat is more important •when a doctor gives yon a prescription than to halve it prepared by a druggist of known experience and confidence. Bring them to JOSIAH PARKER. Disteksisg Chemist, 221 "William-st, Sydney. TeL 1779 MES. GKE&EG-CS\x=req-\ itegibtry office, 9 enmore road (Newtown Bridge) Estab. "l 1 years. A Trial kindly solicited. R, B. ORCHARD. Walclrter J Jeweller, 793 George-street, Sydney. * NEAK RAILWAY. The "Acme Timekeeper.] They are Heavy Metal Cases' They are Strong and Reliable They are Jewelled ilovement They are Adjusted and Accurately Timed They are Guaranteed for 3 years - Thev are 12s 6d FIVE POINTED STARS— Silver from 2s 6d* Gold from 7s 6<L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

W, F. ROBERTS, . y - - - VIOLINIST (Of the Royal College of Music, England. Three year Pupil of Herr Adolf Brodesky, of Conservatoire, Lfcipsie). SCHOOLS AfTENDED. For Terms, etc., apply " "Watchman " Office, 35 Q.V Markets, Tork-street. MARS' STUDIO, Bur wood Road, Burwood. ARTISTIC PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK. CHILDREN A SPECL4LITT. Pictures Framed on the Premises. ROBERT GILLIES, Proprietor. R Special Offer. In order to introduce our COLD WIRE JEWELLERY to the Australian public, Tre have decided to offer one of the greatest bargains ever seen in the Jewel\x=req-\ lery Trtde, viz.v the above vcrj* handsome BROOCH, any name, or S Initials inade of extra quality gold-filled wire, "with" Heart Pendent. Guaranteed 15 carat solid gold. Complete, sent post free on receipt of P.O.O." or JT.O. 7s Gd. Smaller sizes, «V'G, 3'G, 2/6. WEBB, The Gold Wire King, 23 & 44 Queen Victoria Markets, Sydney. IsOOT'KlVAIJS ^UJ g 1^0[?£AVBr.05. 1 g P^RRAMyqffa. * Telephone 3567 I FEDERAL AGENCY, I A Selec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

A SILVER WATCH 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 the Correct Heading of the following puzzle:— | A WTCHM'.V *S A X'C'SSTY. j The only condition is that if your answer is : correct you purchase one of our Solid Sterling; Silver Chains to wear with the Watch. j SEND NO MONEY, simply forward your1 answer, <ind 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 j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

Tho Federal Capital it appears Goefc begging for a wtv, * It may be quitu a hundred yenra Before it «ee« tlio lijxhl. In tlie meanwhile Jet as t.y To make our ailment* /ewer, To eougliN and eoMt) we'll fay pood-bye "With W*cons* Gkkat PcrrniMixT Ciria:.

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Our Library. "THE EVERY DAY SPELLING BOOK," By L. RIBY. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

Our Library. "The Every Day Spelling . Book," by L. Hiby. Such is. the titlo of a very admirably conceived and got up threepenny edition, lying on our table. Its authoress is'tho principal of Kingewood College, Waverley, and the book is the outcome of a carefully executed effort to meet whatshe inkeepingwith many other teachers, 1ms found to be a loug felt want in teaching aud spelling, viz., a system that will engage the children's attention and -interest them in spelling the names of familiar objects around them. Miss Hi by very truly observes, "Longlists of -words in alphabetical order are as drear}' and uninteresting as the columns of a dictionary." She accordiugly groups her list in sets under headings such as 44 In the Dining Booth," "Ina Chemises Shop," "Tools, instruments, and their like." The book owes largely its conception to the fuel that she has found that " as a school lesson, th»i teacher's tirno may bo saved by letting a class writ;) from mernoiy a given number of th...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. The Watchman Office, Wednesday Evening. FARM PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

Commercial. The Watchman Office, Wednesday Evening. FARM PRODUCE. Business in the produce trade somewhat unsettled, the continued showery weathor renewing hopes of early supplies of natural fodder, causing buyers to hang off. Stocks of all sorts • are fairly well up to requirements) bat maize being in increased demand for Northern State, price wus uoted lirm at 5s 9u per bushel. Chaff was in generous supply, priuie quality sells freely at late quotations, but second quality and rough sorts ore meeting only limited attention. Bran and. Pollard in fair , re guest at Is 6d per bushel.- Wheat market linn, late rates beiiig well maintained 4s ll£d, being obtained at auction sales, Redferu. . Straw in heavy supply, sellers offering at concessions to quit. Potatoes in extra demand at better prices. Ouious dull, market weaker. Oats in slow demand, large supplies available. With but limited supply of lucerne coming forward, j prices aro slightly firmer. Turnips, selling well at late rates. I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

tf. S. OLDHAM, Wholesale and Family Grocer, ^ 192 KING-STREET, NEWTOWN. All Country Orders Packed and Delivered FREE to any Railway Station or Wliarf in Sydney and Snlmrbs, PLEASE SEND FOE A PRICE LIST. Orders Collected and Delivered.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

1/2 DOZEN SILVER SPOONS FOR NOTHING, Daxinf tta last twelve taonlhs we have Riven away free thousands of our famoas Ulnar Wafesfees tnd t*va in oar possession an unliraitod camber of unsolicited testimonials from aQ parts of iu\x=req-\ tralia, acknowledging the wonderful value of tha gift. This presentation watch having advertised the Watch Department of our basinou to such a wonderful extent, we have decided to give tvu ler nothing t1alf*a*Dozen of our famous Indian Silver Tea Spoons (which wear like solid direr throughout) to arary purchaser of a Special line that we are now offering, of am Elsctro-platod Fickle Fork and Jam Spoon at 7s. 6d. Thosa articles are fit for any tabla. This aJfsr is made only aaoondition that you show the Upooos to your friends. It to a SUrtilfif Offer aadyou will be more thtn satisfied, if not raturn the foods and wa will return jnrr Ttimsj, 5mb4 jar Mir bslxit at Tcstiaianlals an4 y»n will be surprised. Tht Lendon Wstch Co.. Central Arcade, George St, ...

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Lodge Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

Lodge Notes. A new ladies' Orange Lodge, bearing tlie name, Daughters of the Diamond, -was instituted on Wednesday evening last, 19th September. The meeting was held in the Record Reign hall, St. John's Road, Glebe, which was prettily decorated for the occasion with flags, palms, etc. There was an exceptionally large gathering, present. The Grand Lodge was represented by Brother Major A.O.S. Gilchrist, general secretary, and visitors from the following lodges: Daughters of Deny, 301; Daughters of Boyne, o03;' Daughters of Ulster, 304; Rose of England, 309; Coronation, 312; and male lodges No's. 106, 46, 19, 4, 33, 17, 176, 78, 186, 30, 204, 27, 53, 8, 6, 117, 38, 59, 54, 9, 18, 232, 251. After explaining what the meeting was "called for, the lodge was opened, Brother Peters, D.M., 301, reading opening prayer and portion of scripture, by Brother Gilchrist, acting as installing W.M., and Brother S« Ridgway acting as D.M. The first initiation being thirteen candidates on clearance, and...

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Snap-Shots. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

Snap-Shots. Julian Asliton's painting of u Domain Gates —Early Morning," at present on exhibition at the Sydney Art Society's Show, is roughly handled hv a contemporary. The art' scribe says, " the architecture of St. Mary's cathedral. is strangely ' sausagey.5 " After this reference i to his Cathedral, we expect Cardinal Moran will excommunicate the artist. Illustrations in so-called weekly papers in Kangaroo-land, rim more and more on Police Gazette " lines; some of the Mount Kembla pictures, for example, and the frequent publi- ; cation of photographs of semi-nude corpses in ; tragedy cases—the Tinindera case, to wit. The "Bulletin" has some very complimentary things to say regarding Mr, Jabez Packer, the religious editor of " Sydney Daily Telegraph." Mr. Packer learned his work under W. T. Stead of "Pall Mall Gazette", and " Review of Reviews " celebrity. A considerable number of nuns are arriving in England, Germany, Spain, and Belgium as a result of the closing of the religiou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

J. McNAB, Household Ironmonger, L-'ir 169 George-street West. Near St. Iliinutlwts' Clitnvli. The Chvapot lii.use for ChiuMrai-e, Gloss, ami llirtLi-uv? ire. OK OUT FOR MRS- SHEPHERD'S NEW BOOK, The Life of Sister Mara Uforyk, or • The fforrors of ifie Carmelite gunnery, In which place she vas imprisoned in n dragoon for 21 year?. OBTAINABLE AT THE OFFICE OF IVJessrs.; W. .M. WADGWIGI^ and SONS, 55 QUEEN" VICTORIA MAHKETS. SYDNEY. N.' 1L SCOTT, ■*^_Merchant Tailor, 182 King-st., Newtowii. ENTIRELY AT TOUR SERVICE. OSBORN JERDAN, '•harz- opticxait" 393 GEORGE STREET. XOTICE. QPECDIEX i-ojiics of *• Tiis Watcjeuax are sent O to probable subscribers, and when our business manager does not receive a reimtfcitirc from thos<? to whom papers are sent, the papers are then discontinued. Those who have received specimen copies and wish thnra continued will please take a note of this. COUNTRY NEWSAGENTS. PLEASE SOTE. forward parcel of "Watchmav " newspaper for sale or return. If ins...

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What Christian Endeavour Is Doing. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

What Christian Endeavour Is Boiiift-. It was a happy family party that gathered in the rooms of the Y.M.C.A., last Saturday evening in response to an invitation from the popular President of the. Metropolitan Local Union of Christian Endeavour, Mr. . Henry Pain. " Tea and Conference," the very pretty invitation cards' said, and when tlio> guests j arrived the preparations showed that, the tirst •! part of the entertainment had been amply pro- i vided for anyhow. Snowy tablecloths, with j pale blue centre pieces, howls of arum lilies, ; mottoes prettih' painted on iresh, green ivy leaves, gave the tables an artistic' and inviting appearance, and seemed to supplement. the President's very warm welcome. The secretaries of every society'in the local union had been invited, and most of them, availed • themselves of the opportunity thus afforded of getting into closer touch with their fellow workers. There were present also, Miss Grace Short, of Newcastle, herself' an ideal secretary, ...

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PARRAMATTA BRANCH No. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

I j PAHRAMATTA BRANCH No. 11. Tho adjourned meeting was lield on Thurs day, 11 tli, in tlie School of Arts. A fair number of members were present. A shoit essay was read on the best meaus to advance the Protestant Defence Association. Pastor "Worboys (president) then spoke on tlio subject of u Mixed Marriages." Several members spoke in reference to tho subject, and a decided feeling was expressed that mixed marriages were distinctly against the teachings of Scripture, and also against the best interests of tlie community. The business for next meeting will be: "The Consideration of tbe Best Means to bo used to Prevent Protestant Children Attending It.C. Schools."

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Australian Protestant Defence Association. NEWCASTLE BRANCH No. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

Australian Protestant De fence Association. NEWCASTLE BEANCH No. 10. The monthly "meeting of the Newcastle branch was held in the Cambrian Hall on Tuesday, September Oth, Rev. R. if. Bowles (president) iu the chair. There was a good attendance of members, and eight new mem bers were admitted. The Chairman then gave an address -on *" The Necessity for Protestant Organisation." Among other things.it was pointed out that :the Roman Catholic Church was the most highly organised political force in the world to-day, while the Protestant churches were separate units without any practical political unity. The organisations of a political char acter among Protestants wero few and far between, and also small in number compared with the number of Protestants. Illustrations showing the advantage of union and the draw backs pertaining to want of proper organisa tion could be found in all directions. In trade and commerce, in literature and an, in the concert of nations', for the preservation of ...

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NEWTOWN BRANCH No. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

NEWTOWN BRANCH No. G. The members of tlio abovo branch are look ing forward to a lecture by the Rev. G\ T. Walden, in the Kinuore Tabernacle. The rev. £i*ntleimm 1ms selected for his subject, "The Bible, the Mugna Charta of English Liberty." The dat( the lecture has not yet been decided u», out we hope to announce it shortly 11 the columns of the Watchman.

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PYRMONT AND ULTIMO BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

PYRMONT AND ULTIMO BRANCH. The livat general meeting of this branch was ' held in St. Bartholomew's School Hall oil Tuesday evening-,. ICth inst. Rev. James Buchan was in the chair. Tlio election of office-bearers resulted as follows:—President, John Harris, Esq., J.P.; vice-presidents, Rev. H. T. Holliday and Rev. J. Buchan ; treasurer, Mr. S. Gelding; secre taiy, Mr. James Burns; committee, Mesdames C. Messell, sen., and Gillespie, Misses Grace Tilly,' Rubv Jones, Jessio Griffiths, Messrs. J. Moodie, G. H. Robinson, G. Brand, T. Croraack, C. Messell, sen., R. Croft, John R. Sampson; auditors, Messrs. Norman Toinlin and Roderick Parkhill; representative to the Council, John Harris, Esq., J.P. The Chairman en&rtainod the meeting with a very pleasant address on the 11 Roman Church." The Secretary announced that the roll con tained 00 members, It was decided that the next general meeting bo hold on the second Tuesday in October, and that the programme consist chiefly of musica...

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Home Rule! Rome Rule! (Continued from last week.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 27 September 1902

i Home Rule! Rome Rule! (Continued from last weftfc.) ' ' Gladstone was the first to appoint a Roman Catholic as Postmaster-General, in tho person of Mr. Monsell, a nephew of Smith O'Brien's, the Irish rebel. It was during this gentleman's occupation of the Post Office that important despatches from the New South Wales Government re O'Farrells attempted assassination of tho Duke of Edinburgh at Clontarf, were intercepted and destroyed. The Mayor of Cork, in congratulating Mr. Monsell, said :—" We look to your appointment as an indication that the foreign policy of tho Government will not be hostile to the head of the Church, and that Catholics will be admitted to tho highest offices in the State." Mr. Gladstone's excuse for the appointment was that Protestants are sometimes made Ministers of State in Homan Catholic countries.   There is not the slightest parallel in the cases. "What Protestant is bound hand and foot to a code of moral laws and a priest confessor in the ...

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