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TO "WATCHMAN" DONATORS. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 4 October 1902

TO "WATCHMAN" D0NAT0R8. A special meeting of the Donators to the Watchman will be held at the Scots Church, York and Jamieson streets, Church 'TTillj on. Friday, October 10th, at 7.45 p.m. It is hoped that every Donator will be present, as the business is of importance.

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 4 October 1902

Can't Keep It Secret. ■ The splendid work of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets is daily coming to light. No such grand remedy for liver and bowel troubles was ever known before. Thousands bless them for curing constipation, sick headache, biliousness, jaundice and indigestion. "Just "What You Need." Tiy them. Only 1/6. Sold bv all dealers.

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FORWARD MOVEMENT OF A.P.D.A. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 4 October 1902

FOBWABD MOVEMENT OP A.P.D.A. |. A great demonstration to inaugurate the Forward Movement of A.P.D.A. will he held in the Town Hall, Sydney, on Monday, October 13. The manifesto of the Association will . he declared, and resolutions spoken to by prominent clergymen and laymen. > Tickets may be obtained from the secretaries of the branches, or from the secretaries of L.OXu lodges.

Publication Title: Watchman
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EDITORIAL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 4 October 1902

EDITOBIAL NOMCE. Owing to extreme pressure on our space •week we are reluctantly compelled to hold over " Introduction to the Study of Natural Law." It will positively appear in our nest issue, and for tho future we will publish it evqry fortnight.

Publication Title: Watchman
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Not so Mad as They Say. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 4 October 1902

Not so Mad as They Say. The young King Alfonso, of Spain, has been playing some youthful pranks, which are scarcely consonant with the dignity of royalty, hut that only proves that making a hoy a king does not make him a man. Notwithstanding this, young Alfonso says some very sensible things, much to the disgust of his spiritual pastors and masters, as toe following incident shows:—"While at Cafcadonza, viewing the shrine, which is one of the most famous in Europe, when the Bishop showed him the sacred relics of St. Peter's toenail and St. Paul's hair, the King said, " Bishop, do you believe that nonsense55 ? The Bishop affirmed that he did. " Well, I don't," replied Alfonso. "We have seen enough; I am going to dinner." Because of such pranks as these, Spain is afraid that her Boy King is insane, although outsiders can see nothing more in ic all than the ordinary trifling of an ordinary boy." Wo think we can see in this incident something of the common-sense of a man. He is not mad,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 4 October 1902

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 4 October 1902

For Good Value in Drapery .. TRY Edward Iforder^s. Season's Novelties Now Opening. White fob Piuces a>*d Sakfz.es. CLOTHING and MEN'S MHRCERY Our Specialty. | EDWARD HQ^DERN, 666 art «8 GEORGE STREET | (Brickfield Hill). THEO. LORENZ, LAPIDARY & JEWELLER, All Precious Stones I Cat and Polished on tlio premises. Sixteen years' j experience in Colonies. 89 MtABKET ST, T J. ANDREWS, UNDERTAKER And MONUMENTAL MASON Railway Bridge, Newtown, And at 180 Devonshire-st, Sony H31» Telephones 138 N and 1003 ALWAYS DEMAND - - - "Snow White" Ba^iqg Powder. * Established 1RSI. J*. IE- "RT ABBIS, 283 KING ST., NEWTOWN {Opposite Post Office), Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweller, Optician, eto. All kinds of Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, Silver-plate, etc., suitable lor presentation. Spectacles to Knit all Sights. Special attention given to Watch, Clock and Jewellery Repair*. All work done on the premise*. Cash os Tkejjs. WOODS AND ALLA13UUTOi\. Luggage and Furniture Contractors, ) | TOWN OB ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 4 October 1902

IradcMaik, ■ TEAS , COFFEES COCOAS Baking Powder . SIGNAL. 534 George-street, " Opposite Town Hall, SYDNEY. / Q ProprisUury Llmlied.

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Correspondence. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] JESUIT AND KINDRED ASSOCIATIONS VERSUS THE FRENCH GOVERNMENT (To the Editor of THE WATCHMAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 4 October 1902

Correspondence. £ We do not hold ourselves responsible for the eptnions expressed by our Correspondents.3 JESUIT AND KINDRED ASSOCIATIONS VERSUS THE FRENCH GOVERNMENT (To the Editor of The Watchman. ) Sir,—It does not require a shrewd rnau to note the trouble these secret societies have accumulated for another day of reckoimjg with the French nation; j'et, notwithstanding the several severe lessons dealt to them in recent years by that people, they remain " semper t.atvf.m." Unless the Government's honour is satisfied by the verdict of the Court .Martial and the scratching of Colonel de Saintreury's name from the Army list, we may learn some raluablo lessons from a struggle between Holy Church and the nation, which will make a deeper impression on us in Australia as to the aims and the various methods adopted by the Koinan system to compass them than by referring to history or l)r. Kelly, even if he could or would explain their intricacies. To show how consistent Holy Church and tbe...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Protestants Want an Assurance. RE MONEY RAISED FROM THE PUBLIC. IS IT DEVOTED TO R. C. HOSPITAL WORK? NOISY MEETING AT AUBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 4 October 1902

.Protestants Want Assurance. EE MONEY RAISED FROM THE PUBLIC. IS IT DEVOTED TO R. C. HOSPITAL WORK? > NOISY MEETING AT AUBURN. (From Our Own Correspondent.) A public meeting was held in Auburn Town Hall on Wednesday, Sept. 24, for the purpose of inaugurating some scheme to clear the debt on St. Joseph's (B.C) hospital, Auburn. On the platform were the Mayor (Aid. T. Taylor), who says he is a Protestant; Aid. Dyer, a Protestant (?); Clarke, Church of England; Bartlett, Secretary St. Vincent de Paul Society; Father O'Reilly (needless to say the parish priest), and Lacy (B.C.). The Mayor read the advertisement containing the petition signed by Alban Gee (Manager Sydney Meat Preserving Co.), Chas. Dyer, and G. Eddy (policeman), and others—oh, those others J The Opposition was composed of Protestants who were there to block any motion which would be the means of sending a deputation to the Government to ask for a subsidy. Had these Protestants been absent, or in a minority, it was the...

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THE POPE'S NUMBER. (To the Editor of the WATCHMAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 4 October 1902

THE POPE'S A'UHBEE. (To the Editor of the Watchman.) Sir,—"With your permission I would refer "Prophetic Student" to the work oftheBev. P. H. Farnir, entitled 4 * Early Days of Christianity," published 1882. A copy of these volumes can be procured at the lending branch of the Public Library, official No. 40, 185, 186F, wherein the writer distinctly proves that the beast of the Revelation is identical with Emperor Nero. Tours faithfully, THOKAS CHICK. Petersham, 23/9/02.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 4 October 1902

RBSH FOOD MILK as it Is popularly termed, to distinguished tor its undoubted PUIUTY and RICHNESS. Our PASTEURISED MILK commandf the latest sale, because discriminating House*, wivea, and tho*« wha > have th« care of children, will use no other. May we supply you ? WCosts no more than the inferior Kind , B»e N.S.W. FRESH FOOD <SL ICE CO. Ltd., InaaanMHHnHnHBnnaiv F

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THE NUMBER OF THE BEAST. (To the Editor of the " Watchman.") [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 4 October 1902

THE NUMBER OP THE BEAST. (To the Editor of the " Watchman/') Sir, the question as to the identity of the Beast is one which has stirred up much speculation in the minds of Christian people from a very early date. Mahomet, The Pope, Julian the Apostate, Trajan, Diocletian, Luther, Evanthas, Titan, Lampetis, Niketes, and Napoleon I, have all been branded with the title. The following are two examples of how the number is arrived at. The numeral valuo of the Greek letters:— Now, if the Beast is a man who is to come in the future, how can we " count the number of the Beast, for it is the number of a man" ? It must Burely be a power or a man at the head of a power now in the world aud not an individual bv name. Yours faithfully, Jonathan. We re-produce, from previous issues, other solutions. Here is the Pope's number 666 worked out in Greek, taken from "Thirteen Lectures on the Apocalypse," by B. Roberts; Latinos meaning the Latin or Home king" dom:— Lambda L— 30 Alpba A— X Tau T—300 Epf...

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The Sydney Police Force Utterly Demoralised NO. III. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 4 October 1902

The Sydney Police Force Utterly Demoralised NO. HI. Having in the preceding article referred to the disgraceful state of our detective force, "we now return to the even more disgraceful state of the police force generally. We have laid the blame for the condition of the force in the metropolitan district mainly at the door of the Inspector-General and the metropolitan Superintendent, by whom the appointments are made. And we have stated that in many instances appointments have been made obviously with no regard to qualifications, and that in many instances of promotion there lias been grossjviolation of the regulations. "We shall now proceed to substantiate the charges; only, however, in a general way, but are prepared to furnish specific evidence when investigation is made. Sir John See, speaking in the House on 2nd September, said: " "We have a most efficient police force. There is a very small percentage of policemen who are not competent and capable." That may be the case "so fa...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MARCH TO ROME. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE WATCHMAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 4 October 1902

THE MARCH TO ROME. (To Tins editor op Tile Watchman.) Sir,—Last Suuday evening I attended service at St. Paul's Churcli, liurwood. As the service there (or rather the antics of the clergyman were so strange to me), I beg to ask through the columns of your admirable puper if some Anglican can enlighten me as to the reason of such bowing and scrapiug 2arh time the said clergyman passed und repassed the couununiou table. As far as I could see, no member of the congregation, which was almost entirely composed of leinaleb', went through the tamo performance, but iu religion, what is rsseiitial iu the pastor should bo equally so in the people, but perhaps this young man would hesitate to ask his parishioners to conform to such absurdities; yet, if he is sincere in his belief, this should not be. Would some member of our Church kindly inform me through the Watchman if the Prayer Book in any way suggests this form of worship, or whether it is merely an innovation of man ? I am, sir, yours f...

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Stories from the Past. XVIII. HOLLAND'S STRUGGLE FOR RELIGIOUS FREEDOM. (Continued.) (All Rights Reserved.) A VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 4 October 1902

Stories from the Past. XVIII. HOLLAND'S STRUGGLE FOE RELIGIOUS FREEDOM. (Continued.) By C.E.S.T. {AU Right* Reserved.) A Victory. There was one great impediment wliich laid in the track the vessels of Admiral Boizot would have to take before Leyden could be relieved. At a place called Land-schieding, situated about five miles from the city, a strong series of ramparts or dykes had been crected for the purpose of keeping bock the ocean, and these, unfortunately, were in the possession of the Spanish troops. The position they held was very strong, almost impregnable except by superior force, but, nothing daunted, the Prin ?e ordered that an attack be made. At early morning,' therefore, the ships advanced, sailing close up to the walls, and subjecting the Spaniards to a bombardment from which they were glad to retire. Directly the Beggars had thus obtained possession of this last dyke the Spanish general saw the error ho bad committed, and ordered that the ships should bo driven back a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 4 October 1902

Australian Protestant Defence Association. The ADJOURNED meeting' of tlie Council will be held in the Soots Church, Church Hill, ou Friday, October 3rd, at 7.30 p.m. jgjggg Business important. Delegates olea>e take notice. R. JAC&SON, M A., Hon. Secretary. Scots* Church Branch, Wo. i. "TVTEETS First Monday in the Month in Soot®* .IVI Church, Jamieson-street at 8 p.m. Kext meeting postponed on account Eitfht Hour Day A. PARTRIDGE, Hon. Secretary. WAVERLEY BRANCH, No. 2. MEETS Second Thursday of every month in Presbyterian School Hal1, Charing* Cross, nt 8 p.m. Next Meeting October 9th, when Rev. E. King will lecture on Roman Catholicism as taught in its own Catechism. ARCHDALE PARK HILL, Hon. Sec. CHIPPENDALE BRANCH No. 3 Meet* in the Wesley School Hall, Regeut-street, every SECOND Thursday in the month, at 8 p.m. All Protestant* cordially iuvited to attend. A. C. WATSFORD, Hon. Sec., 158 Pitt-st., Redfero. BOTANY BRANCH No. 4 MeeU in the "Wesleyan School Room, Bay-street,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 4 October 1902

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Snap-Shots. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 4 October 1902

Snap-Shots. Miss Lily See, after whom Lilyville, the new suburb of Sydney, is called, is the youngest of Sir John See's daughters. Lady 0ee has brought her girls up on sound business principles. "Whilst being folly accomplished from their childhood, she has inculcated a love of home life, and given them a thorough domestic training. Lady See regards society merely as a recreation, and looks upon home life as the source of all happiness. Mrs. Sandow, wife of the strong man, due shortly in Sydney, has a few things to say about Australian women. Far from condemning, Sirs. Sandow speaks enthusiastically of the women of Australia; of their beauty and I charms, but she thinks that their carriage is | defective. Even here, she hastens to make excuses. The climate, she thinks, may have much to do with the Australian women's carriage. It is certainly difficult to bo erect and alert with a temperature of a hundred degrees in tho shade! Sir "William Lyne was present at a recent Sydney bazaar w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 4 October 1902

Business ^®tice.{ The Watchman, a Weekly Journal of Soda], Political, and Religious Progress. Published every Thursday.' Office: 35 Queen Victoria Markets, York-street, Sydney. Telephone Nov 2564. Subscribers' Terms. Yearly 4s. 4d, Half-yearly .. 2s. 2d. Quarterly .. .. .. Is. Id. The above terms arc 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 j The Watchman from tlieir Newsagents, to whom their I subscriptions would be payable. But if this is inconvenient, they may apply direct to The Watchman , Office. AH subscriptions must be prepaid, and will bo acknowledged in this column. Advertisements. The Watchman offers special facilities tor advertising, the terms of which may be had of its canvassers, or upon application at the office. All Literary Communications to be addressed to the Editor, 9 Jamieson-street, and Business Commumca\x=re...

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