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Protestant Alliance Friendly Society of Australasia. GRAND COUNCIL OF N.S.W. UNITED SERVICE. LODGE No. 92, MARRICKVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

Protestant Alliance Friendly Society of Australasia. GEAND COUNCIL OP N.S.W. • UNITED SEE VICE. LODGE No. 92, HAEEICKYILLE. The Marrickville Town Hall was the scene on Tuesday evening, 23rd September, of the usual pleasant and enjoyable quarterly evening. of this society, some 300 brethren being present. A large number of visitors from kindred lodges appeared, and received a cordial welcome. W. M. Bro. Trevor was in the chair. Upon the arrival of the Grand Lodge Officers they were received by all the members standing, and led to seats, upon the right and left of the "W.M. Tlio very pleasing ceremony was then witnessed of the initiation by the W.M. of seven new members. After this tlio chair was vacated, and a further unusual, but gratifying, spectacle indulged in. The "W.M. requested the Worshipful Grand Master to initiate the Rev. Poole as a member of the society. Upon the admittance of this gentleman into the hall the initiation took place with full ceremonial, during which a flas...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

-^usmHioiisrsr zazoiRiDiEiRjsrs FAMOUS LOW PRICES. ANTHONY HORDERN'S FAMOUS LOW PRICES fear not COMPETITION. 'Resting on the SUPERB PINNACLE of their MARVELLOUS L0WNES8, they hardly note the puny efforts of would-be rivals, and firm in their ownsecurhv and in public favour, laugh at those would-be rivals' folly and pain. ANTHONY HORDERN'S FAMOUS LOW PRICES cannot be beaten, or, to put it in a less grammatical though more1- forcible wav," CANT 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 the 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 are JOY' ENGENDERERS Thev make the SOUL GLAD, increase the BANK BALANCE, and render OLD-AGE PENSIONS wholly UNNOKSSAKY. ^STTIHIOICsrZ- IBLC^IDIEIRIEsr & SOUSTS," Only Universal Providers, HAYfVSARKET (ONLY).

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THE VOTE ON THE FRIEDMAN CASE. (To the Editor of the " Watchman.") [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

TTTK VOTE ON THE FRIEDMAN CASE. (To the Editor of tlie " Watchman.") Sir,—Remembering your remarks . about Ministers of the Cxown attending Boman Catholic functions, may X point out to your readers a significant fact in the recent voting upon the censure motion, which will, I think, show the public how the Government are re paid for the many favours they give the Roman Catholic Church. I have gone carefully through the names of those honourable members who voted upon the question, and fuul that with the single exception of Mr. D. O'Counor, ever}- Roman Catholic in the House voted with the Government in reference to the principle of trial by jury, thus showing that thero is not only a Roman Catholic vote at the polling books, but also in the Parliament of the country. This speaks too clearly to need much comment. I leavo it with the remark, let thoso who take any interest in their country's welfare take note how cleverly the Romish Church works in her. own interest.— Yours, &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

Suffering: Women. To women suffering from chronic constipation, headaches, biliousness, dizziness, sal lovrness of the skin and dyspepsia, Chamberlain's Stomach and Jiver Tablets will invariably bring relief. ilJust What You J\Wd" Price 1/0 and for sale by all dealers^

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BOTANY BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

BOTANY BRANCH. On Monday evening, Sept. 29th, the usual monthly meeting of the No. 4 branch was bald in the "Wesleyan schoolroom, Botany. The President, Alderman Stephen, called, upon Mr. Love to ask God's blessing upon the occasion. Several new members were accepted, and Mr. W. D. Stephens was appointed Hon. Sec. for the ensuing year. The evening was spent in debating the important question of our future Parliament. It was resolved to use .every legitimate means to return pure minded Protestants to the House. • Mr. Glanville gave an account of an old time election ou tho gold diggings of Araluen. Mr. Glauvilie's listeners were delighted to learn that, alter a hard and bloodless light, the •* yellow banuer," like the dear old flag floated Willi honour at the head-of the poll. The ladies t-aid it was a foregone coucIiimou that our sitting Member would have to take a back seat iii the next Parliament.

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EAST SYDNEY BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

EAST SYD*KY BRANCH. The Presbyterian-hall in Palmer-street, Woolloowooloo, was crowded on Wednesday October 1st \>y an enthusiastic audience, who assembled to hear the Bev. Dr. Dill Macky deliver an address on the necessity of Protestant organisation. Dr. Macky said the meeting was called principally for the purpose of forming a branch of the Australian Protestant Defence Association, and lie urged those present to throw in their lot and assist in attaining its objects. The association was going ahead by leaps and bounds, and as many as *200 members were being enrolled at a time. Shortly alter his trrival in the State lie joined an Orange lodge, o*ving to the dominancy of the Roman Catholics, and he. was proud of haviug done so. There were many Protestants, however, who did not care to join au Orange institution, and ir was with a view of enlisting their sympathies that the Australian Protestant Defence Association, with a broader platform had beeu formed. Archbishop Kelly had sa...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lodge Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

Lodge Notes. L.O.L. No. 170, Baliuaiu, held their social evening on Tuesday, 23rd, it) tho iiainpdun Half, Evans-street, a good number of brethren and visitors of tho fair sex in attendance. The W.M., Brother Date, occupied tho chair, while Brother Bill and Waller oiiiciated, much lo their credit, as M.C.'s. A good programme, intermixed with dancing, was gono through, amongst the contributors being Bro. (xeake, song; Bro. Lewis, recitation; Bro. Chadwick, a dance; Bro. Lisk, a song; and Bro. Lewis, junr., a song. Bro. Hodge, who brought his splendid phonograph with him, earned well\x=req-\ deserved applause, the following being a few extracts of the entertainment:—" Whip Poor Will," "Larboard Watch," "Holy City," " Stop tho Ship," "Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep," and many others. Refreshments were partaken of at 10 in tho supper room. Altogether a very harmonious evening was spent, winding up with tho singing of the National Anthem. L.O.L., Coronation, No. 312, held the monthly m...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Snap-Shots. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

Snap-Shots. At the recent Amy Castles concurt in Melbourne, under Vice-regal patronage, when tho Governor uml party entered there was 110 playing of the National Anthem; u strange departure from timo-honoured custom at functions where the King's representative is present. Was this bad management or rank disloyalty ? Presumably because they object to Sir " Toad}'" Barton, u tlie Pope's Gold Medallist," haviug arrogated the title to himself, tlio Stato Premiers have begun to call themselves Prime Ministers wheu corresponding with the Federal Government. What a good time women appear to have in Sydney ! The Sydney School of Arts Debating Club, which is the oldest debating club in Australasia, has elected Miss Bello Golding us vice-president. The Sydney City Council has jufrt appointed Miss M. E. Ferguson one of its sanitary inspectors, and Miss Mabel GrahumJ M.B., has been appointed Government vaccinator at Petersham. Soman Catholics don't like " The Belle of New York," for there is a ...

Publication Title: Watchman
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PARRAMATTA BRANCH, NO. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

PAKRA1IATTA BRANCH, NO. 11. The monthly meeting was held on Thursday, October 2nd, in the School of Arts. The President opened the meeting with prayer. Seven new members were admitted. Discussion ensued on the best means to prevent Protestant children attending R. C. Schools. The sec., president, treasurer, and several members spoke, and all seemed of the opiniou that the mother in the home and the Protestant Ministers in the schools were greatly responsible for the educating of the children, so that they would not feel inclined to attend these schools. A resolution was carried, "That all members of the A.P.D.\A. be requested to do all in their power to iuduce any Protestants sending their children to R. C. Schools, to withdraw them." The November meeting takes the form of a social evening, and a committee of ladies and gentlemen were appointed to arrange details. The President, Pastor Warboys, was deputed to convey the fraternal greetings to the branch to be formed at Dundas.

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Australian Protestant Defence Association. GLEBE BRANCH, NO. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

Australian Protestant Defence Association. GLEBE BRANCH, NO. 22. A public meeting was held in the Glebe Town Hall on Thursday evening, October 2nd, to form a branch of the Australian Protestant Defence Association, Mr. D. H. Chisholm was elected as chairman, and Mr. H. W. Delavere as secretary, pro tem. The chairman gave a brief sketch of the events leading up to the formation of the A.P.D.A. It was unanimously decided to form a branch in the Glebe district, and over 240 names were handed in with subscription. The election of officers resulted as follows:—President, Mr., D. H. Chisholm; vice-president, Messrs. "Wm. Crispin and W. J. Oit; secretary, -Mr. James A. Pegg; treasurer, Mr. S. L. Cole ; delegate to the Council, Mr. D. H. Chisholm; committee, Rev. "W. A. Charlton, Bev. "W. Woolls Rutledge, Eev. H. E. Andrews, Alderman Robey, Mrs. Glasscock, Misses Charlton and Parsons, Messrs. Hoyle, Dickey, H. Carruth\x=req-\ ers, jun., W. H. Delavere, and H. E. Shaw; auditors, Messrs. Rope...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

"Just What You Need." If suffering from Coustipatiou, Headache, Indigestion, Nervousness, Disorders of the Stomach, Loss of Appetite, ypu want to use Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They are easier to tako and more pleasant in effect than Pills, and tlieir use is not followed by constipation. They cleanse and invigorate the Stomach, improve the Appetite, and strengthen the Di gestiou. Note:—If unable to obtain them locally a package will be seut, post paid, upon receipt of 1/6 in stamps or postal note, by addressing the Chamberlain Medicine Co., P.O. Box 687,

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ESSAY ON " PEACE." (HAMILTON WHITFORD.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

ESSAY ON " PEACE." (Hjotilton Whitfobd.) ' Kenneth McKay, in hi* poem, says that trade and case breed a fell disease, the germ of a nation's fall. This, to a degree, is true, when people arc lolled into a I false security by peaceful times, and sink into sinful in- ' dulgences and pleasures, forgetting that men have j higher duties than slaughtering thoir fellow-soldiers, j Miss Nightingale tells ns who, in war, are true com- j rades, kind and tender to each othor, yes, sacrificing I their lives to save a brother, yet in peace b come demoral- I ised, and almost brutal, jealousy being their charac- I teristie. In peace, commerce, literature, and the other arte flourish, and our legislators have time to frame just laws f'jr the benefit of all classes instead of thinking where they can impose fresh taxation. But for the great Civil "War, such men as Hyde and Fiulkland might have iived to see England through some of her troubles, and make her a mightier nation. "The pen is mightier than...

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Our Little Folks. [CONDUCTED BY "AUNTIE."] RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

Our Little Folks. fConducted by "Auntie."! RULES. 1. Writers must be between tho ages of six and fifteen, and must state their ages when writing. 2. Writers to "Auntie'' must write on one side of the paper only. 3. Letters may be upon any subject of interest to the writer—short stories, accounts of their amusements and ' rotations, reading, favourite toys, etc. 4. Letters must be original, written and composed by the children themselves. . 5. Address all letters to "Auntie," c/o. "Watchman " Office, 35 Queen Victoria Markets, . My Dear Young Folk,— j The prize awarded for the best essay ou | " Peace" has been won by Hamilton Wliitiord. At lost the smiling face has conquered. The name of the winner of the prize offered | for best answer to the conundrum will be published in next week's issue. The prize for the next fortnightly competition will be given to the boy or girl who sends the best original conundrum (answer must be enclosed). [ I am sure my nephews aud nieces have often j he...

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The Protestant Watchtower. The Totalisator. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

The Protestant Watclitower. The Totalisator. The " Catholic Press " of the 13th inst. has fin article.ridiculing the Evangelical Council to the Bill lor legalising1 the totalisator. The wit of the " C. P." is exhausted in calling the opponents of the Bill "sour-faces." Calling names so silly and ill-mannered ■would secure ■for the " C.P." editor, were he in pinnies, a ■vigorous dose of the slipper from a judicious mother. How much more is castigation deserved when the ill-mannered have not the excuse of childhood. The u C. P." pretends -that in opposing the Totalisator Bill the J& Council is on the side' of the bookmakers, becausethe latter are also against it. Tet the article says:—"We readily admit that the totalisator is a compromise." If so, the 4< sour-faces" are on the side of sweet truth, and ioly principle, while the "Catholic Press" is ready to i4 compromise" with evil agencies. | Tho aitido says:— u\Ve understand human mature and tlio inclinations of our...

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Our Legal Column. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

Our Legal Column. Enqueues should be addressed to "Lex,,? Watcii\x=req-\ ifiw Office, 35 Market Buildings, York-street, and must be accompanied by the subjoined printed application. This column is intended to afford information and practical advice to correspondent*}, with regard to any legal difficulties which they may experience. Questions submitted may often require research and therefore should reach this office not later than Monday of the week in which a reply is desired. APPLICATION TO ACCOMPANY ENQUIRY. To "Lex," ""Watchman" Office, 35 Market Building*, York-street, Sydney. . Plcaso answer in " The "Watchman" the annexed question. Reply to be addressed to Hope.—A legacy cannot be recovered alter-20 years from the time when it became payable, unless the executor has given a written acknowledgment of the legatee's right, or bas paid some part of the legacy or interest on the amount, within 20 years before the lcgacy is sued for. A.Y.—You should have asked for time when the ver...

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DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

DAIRY PRODUCE. BtrrrEE—Creamery 1,1, Pasteurised 1/1A per lb. Factor}*, 1/-, l 'i'L Dairy, /ll. Market dull. Bicox—Sides; McLean's, /ll per lb.-, b /ll. Middles, /U|. Flitches, /9, /10. Shoulders, /S, /I). Cbxese—■N.S.W., loaf, /9, /9i per lb. Medium size, /9, /9j~. N.Z., /9J, /9j. Eoos—Southerp, -/lOJy -/ll per doz. Northern, /10, /10>. New laid, /10i, /ll, 1/-. - —Bladder, -0, */9f.J Bulk tins, /9. Hues—Scarce. N. S. W. 1/-, per lb. • N.Z. (bonded), /10, /11. Pototby—Fotvls : • Hens, 4/-, 4/9 per pair. „ Boosters, 4/6, 5/- to 6/0 per pair. Ducks 0/9, 4/6 to G/6 per pair. Geese, 5/6, 6/6 to 8/9 per pair. Turkey hens, 5/-, 6/- to 8/6 perpair. „ cocks, 10/-. 1*?/- to 20/- per pair. FARSI PRODUCE. "WiTTrt—Prime 5/10, 6/- per bushel. Northern, 5/9, 6/10. Argentine, 5/8, 5/9. Chut—Local prime, 7/-/-, 7/10'- per ton. Medium, 5/10/-, 6/10/-. Other quality, 4/-/-, 5/-/-. Adelaide, prime, 6/5/- to 6/15/-. Oats—Prime feed, 3/7, 3/8, per bus. Algerian seed, 3/S Potatoes—Tas. C. Heads, S/-/...

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Commercial. The Watchman Office, Wednesday Evening. FARM PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

Commercial. The Watchman Office, Wednesday Evening. FARM PRODUCE. Only limited amount of business passing, the trend of values generally being in buyers* tavour. Occasional showery weather serves to check buyers from holding stocks, whilst supplie> offering- are fully up to requirements. Chaff filing freely at late quotations, prime quality having brisk enquiry. At Redfern auction (Tuesday) a truck of prime green made 7/7 per cwt. Maizo weaker, Argentine stocks dragging the market down: prime quality River maize quoted at reduoed prices. Oats in fair demand. Bacon and Pollard easier, I/5{- and 1 being accented at auction. Potatoes in active demand at increa>ed price*. Demand for Oaten Hay being restricted, sellers are experiencing some difficulty in quitting stocks. Straw market weaker; Lucerne dull. Onions quoted at about late rate?. DAIRY PRODUCE. Butter market experienced a further decline in value on Tuesday, price now uoininally 1,1 per lb.: sel!ei> are pushing wUes at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

How to Ward off a Bilious Attack. AVith most people who are subject to bilious attacks, headaclio is the fu6t indication of tho disease, and if Chamberlain's Stomach aud Liver Tablets are taken at onco, and littlo food and no meat eaten for n day or two, tho attack may in most cases bo warded off. " Jmi What You Need" Only l.'G. Sold by all dealers. '/2 DOZEN SILVER SPOONS FOR NOTHING. Dttrtar the last tw*>e mo&ths ve have jtfven atvny free thousands of our (ibou SQnr Wafcafeaa and have la our possesion sn unlirait«d number of unsolicited testimonials (rotaaQ ptrti of iu> tralia, acknowledging the wonderful Tilue of the gift. Tnis presentation witch bavuf advertised the Witch J^epsrtjseatof our buaiDeea to such a wonderful extent, we have decided to give twi; ler nothing t1all»a«Daxcn of our famous Indian Silver Tea Spoons (which wear lika solid silver throughout) to every purchaser of a Specul line that we are now cueri&Ct consisting of aa EJactro-pUted ftckJe...

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TRUE FREETRADE. (To the Editor of THE WATCHMAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

TRUE FREETRADE. (To tlio Kiiitor of Tub Watchman-.) Sir,—Your valuable journal hns heeu a very aud uetvssan* addition to our weeklies. It appeals Wrongly antagonistic; to tin* present uudousalii'* trend of ]Mi!i*ies, vi«r.f i>tnle Sociaiifin; hut I would like to ask, what have the opponents of this policy to offer j in its place. Tu iiiv mind there is only one course for thorn to pursue with success, wliicli i> to support a gradually-hirrvasiug tax on unimproved laud values. The three things » uvev^sary fur tlio best economic advance of a nation, are cheap land, low fare9 and freights, and a plentiful supply of coin. Where land And gold monopoly exists, and we take no steps to remedy it, let us blame ourselves and not others, for any evils that result. If the. ■opposition will adopt the above remedy, however unpleasant the pill may be to swallow, -true freetrade and individual liberty will -progress, otherwise State socialism will ad\x=req-\ —one or the other must lead. Yours ...

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A PROTESTANT COMPLAINT. (To the Editor of THE WATCHMAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

A PEOTESTANT COMPLAINT. (To the Editor of Tin: Watchman.) Sir,—In a late issue of the "Daily Tele\x=req-\ giaph'' there are three separate columns giving an account oi' the doings of liishop ICellv, each one being- nine or ten inches in length. Now, I do not deny them the right to the privilege of being loomed along- on every possible occasion, but I claim the same right for the Protestant portion of the community. Had there been an Orange demonstration, or a Protestant service iu the Town Hall, it -would receive little notice. "Why is it thus ? Is not the Protestant com munity as important as tho ILC. portion, or is our daily press controlled by Moran, Kelly, and Co. It is time that Piotestants woke up to the fact that the Papist party have not only entered tho wedge into the commercial iiud political life of the country", but are fast driving it iioiiM*, ably assisted by men who call themselves Protestants ; but the wedge will rebound and give these fielf-same gentlemen a nasty kn...

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