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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

For Good Value in Drapery » .. TRY .. Edward ((orderq's. Season's Novelties Now Opening. - ' Write foe Phices jjtd Sucles. CLOTHING axd MEN'S MHRjCEEY Oar Specialty. EDWARD HOPDEBN, 666 and Me GEORGE STREET (Brickfield Hill). THEO. LORENZ. LAPTDAHY & .iklvVAll Precious Stones Cat and Polished on the premims. Sixteen years' cxperienoe in Colonies. 89 ST, T J. ANDREWS, UNDERTAKER And MONUMENTAL MASON Railway Bridge, Newtown, And at 186 Devonriiirc-Kt, Suny HiJlH Telephones 138 N aud 100a ALWAYS DEMAND - - - "Snow White " Baling Powder. Established 1881. J*. 33- T?T A,*R^XS, 283 KING ST., NEWTOWN (Oppotdte Poet Offioe), Watchmaker, Manufacturlrig Jeweller. Optician, eto. All kinds of Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, Silver-plate, etc., gmtebla for premutation. Spectacles to suit all Sights. Special attention given to Watcli, Clock and Jewellery Repairs. All -work done on the premises. Cash ob Teems. WOODS AND ALLABUKTON. Luggage and Furniture Contractors, ) | TOWN OR COUNTRY. ) | ( ...

Publication Title: Watchman
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The Sydney Police Force Utterly Demoralised SOME OF THE CAUSES. NO. IV. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

The Sydney Police Eorce Utterly Demoralised SOME OF THE CAUSES. ■ NO. IV. A few years ago the • city of New York was convulsed by the awful revelations: of, the "corrupt condition of its police force, which was described as "like unto whited sepulchres, which indeed appear beautiful outward^ but are within full of dead men's bones and of all uncleanness." ... It is said that "on paper it was the finest in the world, and the most perfectly equipped, and people "wondered , what could be wrong ? The inquiry that was ' held very soon brought to light the fact that ,J everything was wrong. "From the crown of the head to the sole of the feet, the department was proved to be one mass of putrefying sores> There was no health in it, and it was worst of all at the top." In some respects this language exactly describes the state of our own police force, and, as it was clearly shown in New York, that "hardly a single thing that was proved to exist could have existed if the laws, rules, and r...

Publication Title: Watchman
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What Roman Gatliolics Publish about Protestantism. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

^ 'TVliat Roman Gatliolies Pub\x=req-\ r lisli about Protestantism. The following quotations will show how Homan Catholic writers seek to prejudice their co-religionists against Protestants and Protestantism :— " The fact is, if truth, like murder, will out, that Protestantism and Nationalism are only mongrels, and, when united together, they produce a cur much given to snarling at things divine."—" Catholic Progress." "It cannot he bccause ttay believe the Protestant religion to bo the religion of Jesus Christ that they want to mako you a Protestant, for they know right well that the Protestant religion was made, not by Jesus Christ, but 1,500 years afterwards, by a wicked man called Luther, who broke his vows to God, and confessed that he made the Protestant religion to please the devil, and spite the Poj>e."— Prom the Itev. F. Fumes*' book "Saperiorurn ^ Permian." Extract from a book printed and published by order of the Holy Apostolic Sec:— Question: Have Protestants any fait...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

SPECIAL NOTICE. THE POSTAL ' RATES ACT. SUBSCRIPTION TO "The Watchman." AN and after the FIRST DAY OP NOVEM\x=req-\ ^ BER next, "when the Postal Bates Act will come into force, the subscription (payable in advance) for li The Watchman," when sent post free to any part of the Commonwealth, will be as follows:— Per Quarter ...... Is. 3d. Per Half-year 2s. 7d. Per Annum ...... 5s. Os. Current Subscriptions unexhausted on i st November shall be applied as far as they will go towards payment of paper and postage.

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THE AUBURN HOSPITAL AND ORANGE BLACKGUARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

THE AUBURN HOSPITAL AND ORANGE BLACKGUARDS. "The penceful little suburb of Auburn was last week tile scene of one of these wanton exhibitions of blackguardism for which Orangemen have become jufamous. The members of this despicable society arc perhaps chiefly known through their ruiiionly attacks on dp\x=req-\ fenceless worm-n, and therefore it was not surprising to find that their disgraceful demonstration was against the geutle Slaters of Charity ' who pass their lives by the sick beds of their fellow-creatures." , ,. Xote.—Oraugemeu will please note thiseom\x=req-\ " . olimentarv description ; and yet Archbishop Kelly tells us we live ill a Christian age.

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Editor's Letter Box. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

Editor's Letter Box. G.< Gillespie.—Robertson and Angus, Dymok's Book Arcade, and Colo's Book Arcade. R. HesseD.—Will send you some copies. C.W.M. (Pyrmont).—Many thanks; will use shortly. . J.A.—Will use shortly. Jinny thankB. S.—Will use shortly. Many thanks.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

Too Harsh. . . Host people find liills too harsh m their effect on the bowels, and prefer something more mild and gentle in its action, ouch aro cortain to" bo pleased -with Chamberlains Stomach aud Liver Tablets. They aro easyto take aud pleasant in efleet. "Jut "reu iW." Only 1/C. Sold by all dealers,

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THE CENSURE MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

THE CENSURE MOTION. As might have been anticipated, our servile Parliament has endorsed the action of the Ministry in extending its protection to what is practically an infringement of the Constitution. Nowhere in the world has trial by jury obtained so firm a hold upon a people as within the British Empire. For many years now it has been regarded as the birthright of all Britons, and a protection against the infliction of "unmerited punishment. To invade this right in even the slightest degree has always been regarded as an act of tyranny and oppression. If a jury declares a person to be guilty, or not guilty, it is looked upon as a decisive verdict, beyond which, however, there may be an appeal to the full court if it is thought to be against the weight of evidence* Even then, the only thing which is permitted to militate either way is by the production of fresh evidence beyond that which has been already given. In the case of murder the law goes even further than this. If a juiy ...

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Australian Protestant Defence Association. ASHFIELD BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

Australian Protestant Defence Association. ASHFIELD liBANCH. | The School of Arts, Asliiield, was crowded on | Thursday night, 30th Sept., when a meeting: under the auspices of the Protestant Defence Association was held. Mr. S. Fraser presided. The Rev. Henry Gainforddoiiveied an address on the subject, "Is ltomauiain a menace to civil and religious liberty?" and referred to the developments of the lloman Catholic religion in various countries. He said that Italy had at last thrown aside pnpal domination and declared for civil authority. The Be v. W. M. Dill Maekv also delivered an address.

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Stories from the Past. XIX. HOLLAND'S STRUGGLE FOR RELIGIOUS FREEDOM. (Continued.) (All Rights Reserved.) REJOICINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

Stories from the Past. XIX HOLLAND'S STRUGGLE FOE KELIGIOUS FEEEDOM. (Continued.) By C.E.S.T. {AU Rights Reserved,) Rejoicings. The relief of Leyden from the awful fate which had overtaken so many of the towns of the Netherlands, was welcomed throughout the country with the keenest manifestations of delight. It was not often that the inhabitants managed to escape the threatened vengeance of their ferocious and blood-stained enemy, so that their joy was naturally all the greater. When the ships of Admiral lioizot arrived at the quay, every human being who could stand was ready to welcome him aud his brave army of Beggars. "Bread," it is slated, "was thrown from every vessel among the crowd." The poor creatures who, for two months, had tasted no wholesome human food, and who had literally been living within the jaws of death, snatched eagerly the blessed gift, at last too liberally bestowed. Many choked themselves to death in the greediness with which they devoured their bread; others...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

Australian Protestant Defence Association. The NEXT meeting: of the Council will l>e held in the Scote Church, Church Hill, on Saturday, October 11th, at 7.30 p.m. Business important. Delegates please take notice. R. JACKSON. M A., Hon. Secretary. ' Scots' Church Branch, Nfo. i. "JITT2ETS Fire* Monday in the Mouth in Scots* JtI Church, Jfimieson-street at 8 p.m. Next meeting, November 3rd. • A. PARTRIDGE, Hon. Secretary. WAVERLEY BRANCH, No. 2. MEETS Second Thursday of ererv month in Presbyterian School Hall. Charing Cro--. Nest meeting1. November ltf. ARCHDALE PARKHILL, Hon. Sec. CHIPPENDALE BRANCH No. 3 Meets in the Wesley School Hall, Regent-street, every SECOND Thursday in the month, at 8 p.m. All Protestants cordially invited to attend. A. C. "WATSFORD, Hon. Sec., 158 Pitt-st., Redfern. BOTANY BRANCH No. 4 Meet* in the Wesleyan School Room, Bay-street, last Monday in each month. Next meeting, 27th October. Leichhardt Branch, No. 5. Meet- in the Presbyteriau Church, JIarion-s...

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Proposed Miracle Play in a London RoMan Catholic Cathedral. "THE NATIVITY" TO BE STAGED BY THE PAPISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

Proposed Miracle Play in a London llornan Catholic Cathedral. "THE NATIVITY" TO BE STAGED BY THE PAPISTS. A correspondent iuforms the " Daily Chronicle " that Cardinal Vaughan is to be approached by a committee interested in literary and artistic matters, at an early date, witli the view of procuring permission to utilise tbo new cathedral at Westminster for performances of Mr. Laurence Housman's miracle play on tho Nativity during tho coining winter moutlis, tlie programme to include a grand performance at Christmastidc. The committee hopes thus to avoid coming iu contact with tho censor by essaying the production of a play with Biblical characters in au ordinary theatre. On the other hand, having regard to the fact that the new cathedral is uueonsk'cratcd, the committee—wiiich includes many Catholics—believes that there would be uotbing incongruous or irrevereut in produciug the work in the great buildiug at Westminster. Hopes are thereforv? entertained tliat, ou the return of Can...

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Introduction to the Study of Natural Law. Continued from issue before last). [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

Introduction to the Study of Natural Law. Continued from issue "before last). 18. Salvation.—The Ransom having been jiaid to redeem liim from tho law's condemnation, to make it effective man must first consent to be redeemed, and must afterwards actively co-opcrato in tho work of his own redemption. J3y turning from disobedience to obedience, by forsaking evil and doiug good, as showing his sincere repentance, he obtains forgiveness of sin. Aud by continuing in obodience he obtains salvation, that is, deliverance from the condemnation of tho law and acceptance with God. Thenceforth he is free, with that glorious freedom " wherewith Christ hath made us free," and is no lunger in bondage to the law. Seeking first tho Kingdom of God and Qis righteousness, and having thus attained this freedom, he may also, by " patient contiuuance iu well-doing," obtain relief from physical sufferings, wiiich aro penalties of former disobedience. To tho repentant soul these sufferings arc not au unmixe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

High=class Dentistry AT reform prices. Perfect as to Fit, Articulation, Mastication, and Natural Appearance and Beauty. VULCANITE SETS from £2 2s. Nervous Patients fitted without extracting:' roots. DITTO. 18-CARAT GOLD SETTINGS, £i 15s. No fee for Extracting when Teeth are Required. SPECIAL.—Anierieau Plumpers for Inflating Ladies' and Gentlemen's Sunken-in Cheeks, 15s—beautiful etlirt of art. Gold and Amalgam Stopping:?. Repairs fixed up while patient wait- if required. Extracts by Ether, Nitrous Oxide or Local Anasthetic, 2s, ordinary Is. Mr. A. F. STOCKS, Dentist, 492 OXFORD-ST., near Queeu-st., PADDINGTON. Estab. 1902. f Telephone r>4 Pad. ' MISS LUCAS-REEVE.—Singing, Piano. 2 Stanmore-rd., Stamnore, and |Poling's. Longnoso Pt. Tuesday, Friday. J. S. OLDHAM, Wholesale and Family Grocer, 192 KING-STREET, NEWTOWN. All Couutry Orders Packed and Delivered FREE to any Railway Station, or "Wlior£ in Sydney and Suburbs, PLEASE SEND FOR A PRICE LIST. Orders Collected and Delivered. ...

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THE Watchman CIRCULATION 14,000. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1902. PRIESTS AND PEOPLE—ROMAN CATHOLIC LAYMEN STRIKING FOR LIBERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

CIRCULATION 14,000. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1002. . PRIESTS. AND PEOPLE—ROMAN CATHO-' . LIC LAYMEN STRIKING FOR LIBERTY. Une of the most encouraging features of the present position of Roman Catholicism, is to be seen in the large numbers of intellectual young men -who are entering tlieir protest against the methods of government-prevailing in their Church. In every country of Europe, in England, as well as Ireland, there is an increasing revolt against its selfish and grasping policy, and a determination to reform the Church from the inside, rather than see it continue in its present narrow, insular, and bigoted little groove. It is a pleasure to see human nature thus rising superior to the narrowness which priestly education continually inculcates, and hopes may fairly be entertained that the revolt will achieve a certain modicum of success. In Ireland especially the book market is being flooded with eloquent and praiseworthy effoj^s 'to show how disastrous to all true advancement t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

"SEMPER which, literally EADEM," translated, means • gJj^J this IS WHY THE LION BRA^D 0 OF CONFECTIONERY IS SO POrULAR. <) 1 defy all approach/g®l ,bitted lit I'•* U|S OFFICE (lCLAR6NCe§1 .^VoRfs! KsntSt ONLY THE FINEST INGREDIENTS USED. IT 18 THE GREATEST FAVOURITE WITH THE CHILDREN. MANUFACTURED ONLY BI James Stedmao,146 *s£SE st"

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ASHFIELD BRANCH. No. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

ASHFIELD BRANCH. No. 12. We are pleased to report that our Branch is progressing; numbers being: added monthly. Also, that our executive takes a lively interest in the Association. At our last meeting the Eev. H. Gainsford gave us a lecture upon " Is Romanism a Menace to Social and Religious Liberty It is only necessary to say that the lecturer dealt with the question in his usual bold, clear, and logical 6tyle, carrying the large audience entirely with him. His practical illustrations of the results of Romish influence and government, both modern and ancient, were appreciated by all present. Inaeed, the lecture was of a high educative order; and will bear, without doubt, good fruit. Our Branch and District are much indebted to our President, Dr. Dill\x=req-\ Macky, for his rousing address: exposing the machinations, lying, and intrigue of the priests of Rome. The Doctor did not forget to impress upon our women—a large number of whom were present—their duties in connection with the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

To-night. Just before retiring, if your liver-is sluggish, - out pf tone and you feci dull, bilious, constipated, tako a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and you will feel all right in" the morning. "Just What Van -YmV Price 1/6. For sale by all dealers. ' THE CARE of THE MIS. "iljf hair is grey, but not with years;" so says byron, and bow applicable this is to many of us "who are distressed by personal mid business worries. Still, no trouble ever yet obtained for which semerelief i.asnot been found. Tlic buir 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 TOXIC is the result <'f very careful study and the Proprietor's object is to give to tia* public something <*f a medicinal nature rather than the. useless perfume which constitute many so\x=req-\ cnllcd hair restorers. MISS NELLIE STEWAP.T, the popular a...

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Rome's Romances Riddled. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

Rome's Romances Riddled. Talk about the extravagances of "Three Men in a Boat," "King Solomon's Mines," or "Gulliver's Travels," they are nothing to the claims set up by the Roman Catholic prelates, of this city for State subsidy to their schools. One would think that the results of R. C. education was the very embodiment of learning and purity. They are just a bit foolish to set up that standard to ho riddled through and through. They forget that news from afar, as well as near, are obtainable by Protestants as well as bv R.C.'s. How singularly the following extract, from a nou-sectariau paper ("The British Cali\x=req-\ foniian") published in ban Francisco, compares with the claims being now set up by Roman Catholics and the results of Roman Catholic teaching in the State of N.S.W. It would be interesting to look up the tigures published in the ""Watchman" of September 20th, and read them with the following:— " A southern California priest, addressing a public gathering, declared t...

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News of the Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

News of the Churches. The annual Sunday School excursion in connection with Scots Church eventuated on Saturday, 27tli Sept. The locale this year was that favourite haunt of picnicers, Fern Bay,1 which on Saturday looked worthy of the brush j of a Longstaff in its emerald setting of wattle and gum tree, interspersed wilh those wild flowers that have made Australian flora famous all the world over A steamer left Dawes Point whurf at 9,and 11 a.m.,ftnd 2 p.m., aud on each occasion she was tilled with a merry throng of children, accompanied by their parents. Dr. Dill-lTacky and Rev. J. Robert\x=req-\ aon Mooney were indefatigable in their efforts to see that all and sundry enjoyed themselves. The catering was on a lavish scale, and during ' the afternoon a series of races and athletic contests wer« held, which elicited keen competition, and some remarkably fast "times" were recorded in some of the races run by the boys. Everyone seemed to enjoy the outing, and the annual picnic should ...

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