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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

• ; OUT FOR MRS- SHEPHERD S NEW BOOK, The Life of SisierMaiaUliiyk, OB T&e Porrors of llie GaraBliie fiunnen], In which place she was imprisoned in a dungeon for 21 year?. OBTAINABLE AT THE OFFICE OF Messrs- W. .M. MADGWICK and SONS, 35 QUEEN VICTORIA MARKETS, SYDSTEY. N.. H. SCOTT, • ■**^_Merchant Tailor, 182 King-st.. Newtown. Can be kkh till nine o'clock caeh evening. ENTIRELY AT YOUR SERVICE OSBORN & JERDAN, "n&rsr oftict a Tsr" 393 GEORGE STREET. NOTICE. SPECIMEN topics of *• The "Watchman " are tent to probable Ktibscriberfl, und -when oar business manager does not receive a remittance from tho*se to ■whom papers are *ent, the papers are then discontinued. Those who have received specimen .copies and 'wish thpjn continued •will please tai»e a note of this. COUNTRY NEWSAGENTS. PLEASE NOTE. XTTE forward parcel of "WATcaorAX " new«*paper for T Y sale or return. If insufficient a larger number \rill be sent 011 application. Fibrous Plaster Ceilings &amp...

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Correspondence. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] PRIESTS AND POLITICS. (To the Editor of THE WATCHMAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

Correspondence. [We do not Jtold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondent*.] PRIESTS AND POLITICS. (To the Editor of The Watciima>\) Sir,—I wish to draw the attention of the readers of the " Watchman" to a conversation between Archbishop Kelly and a representative of the " Sydney Morning Herald," an account of which appeared in an issne of that paper bearing date of Sept. 25th* It will be found on page 11, and under the heading :—"The New Protestant Defence Association." Dr. Kelly proceeds to say, "Wo will take the question iirst of the Roman Catholic Church as a political organization. No such tiling exists. It is against the first principles of the Bomnn Catholic Church to interfere in any way with a man's political opinions. The Catholic Church uses no influence whatever in the control of such matters. As a proof of that, Ireland is a Catholic country and there is no such thing as Catholic intolerance there. There is only one spot in the whole of I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

CLIFTON'S LILYWHITE STARCH. FREE FtyOty ALL ADULTERATION.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

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The World, the Flesh, and the Devil. CHAPTER I. THE SECOND DAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

The World, the Elesh, and the Devil. Br Beta Fobbes. CHAPTER I. The Second Daughter. Mrs. Charlton seems a little easier, said the nurse in reply to Mr. Charlton -whispered "how is she now?"; "hut I do wish the doctor would ho quick all the same,"" said nurse, looking kindly at her patient. " If he is not here in lialf-an-hour I "will go myself for him," replied Mr. Charlton; " if you notice any change send for me at once, X shall be in the library." So saying Mr. Charlton went downstairs; but not to road this time, only to walk up and down, pacing the room like a caged hon—caged lie certainly was to a chain of thoughts, hopes and aspirations above all foars, that would keep him a prisoner. Hark! "What was that ? "Mr. Charlton, hum* quickly for the doctor, your wife is worse.*' No second, or more hasty bidding needed; scarcelj* knowing what he put on, in spite of weather, not heeding umbrella or macintosh, Mr. Charlton rushed out. As his step-son had remarked the snow was blinding, ...

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P.A.F.S.A. of A. (TO THE EDITOR OF "THE WATCHMAN.") [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

P.A.F.S.A. of A. (to the editor of "The Watchman.") Sir,—I was very pleased to see " Old Member's 11 letter re the above in a recent issue, and think with him that eveiy credit is due to the Pioneer Lodge for keeping the doings of their Lodge before the public through the medium of " The Watchman,'* but he is in error in stating that the Pioneer is the only Lodge that does so, as the Lodge of which I am a member, viz., the John Wheeler No. 89, Hurstville, has, since the start of the " Watchman," always sent in j a report of their quarterly meetings. Trusting that inanj- other Lodges will see their way clear not only to send in reports of their xfleetings, but advertise them through the medium of the il Watchman," and thus let sister Lodges know they are alive. 1 am, yours etc., Jonx Logan, J.E. Xo. 89.

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MOTHER CHURCH AS A LAWBREAKER. (To the Editor of the "Watchman.") [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 11 October 1902

MOTHER CHTJKCH AS A LAWBREAKER. (To the Editor of tlie "Watchman.") Sir,—I wisli to draw the attention of the Protestant section of the community to the Roman Church as law keepers. I feel sure I can safely say, without fear of contradiction, "That as breakers of the Lord's commandments Holy Church stands unrivalled. Take the Commandments for instance. 1st. *God sjjake these words and said, "I am the Lord Thy God, Thou shall have none other Gods before Me." lint Holy Church says we will have the Pope. :2nd. 11 Thou shalt not make to thyt-elf any graven image, nor the likeness of anything that is in heaven above or in the earth beneath, or in the water tinder the earth. Thou shalt not bow down to them nor worship thrtiu for I the Ixml Thy God am a Jealous Gi*i, vi-itiujr the hi;s <d the father? upon the cliildivn unto the thin! and fourth gei:v:?4\x=req-\ tion of them that bate itu-. ai:d showing iuvtvv unto thousmdb of tht'iu that hive Me and keep My commandmouts.** This ...

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Commercial. The Watchman Office, Wednesday Evening. FARM PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 18 October 1902

Commercial. The Watchman Office, Wednesday Evening. FARM PRODUCE. \ The tales of the last week have been characterised by lower values for forage of all descriptions owing to the beneficial' rain in the country, coupled with the anxiety of sellers to quit stocks fearing further rain. The volume of business has been good throughout and buyera appear to have settled down to the new conditions and are purchasing freely. We do not anticipate any extreme rates now as the arrival of Argentine maize has unsettled that market. Host of the Adelaide contracts for chaft have nn out now, but a fair quantity hasl>een booked ahead at big prices. New Adelaide chaff season should commence shortly, quotations for which are already being submitted. Mill offal finned considerably, both bran and pollard reaching 1/C. Lucerne of good dry quality is in demand at higher rates. A special feature of Redfern' auction sales is the absence of local fodder, imported chaff, etc. being trucked to Redfern sales...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 18 October 1902

ANDREWS BROS., MONUMENTAL SCULPTORS. 140-2-4-8 ELIZABETH-r STREET, SYDNEY, Between Liverpool & Geulbum Sts. TeL-. 544* . ^ MISS LUCAS-BEEVE.—Singing, Piano. 2 Stanmore-rd., Stanmore, and |Paling*a. ^Longnose Pt. Tuesday, Friday. W. LAWSON DASH, J.P., F.S.S., PRIVATE FIHAjiCIER, 108 PITT-STREET, opp. G.P.O Loans from £1. Mortgages at Lowest interest. CHAS. E. G. FENNER, JSST 147 LIVERPOOL ROAD, ASHFIELp. R^ECHAJIIST ai)d REPAIRER "OF SEWING MUCHINES-all tinkers Machines Bought, 8old, tor Exchanged. All Accessories kept in Stock. Agent for all Makers tf.HOADLEY, Stove Maker & Repairer, * 140 GEOBGE-STREET "WEST. Colonial Ovens, Port Coppers, Grates, etc. always on EXPERIENCE Is the beat teacher, and we rely upon men of experienoe in matters of importance. ""What is .more important when a doctor gives yon a prescription than to have it prepared by a druggist of Known experience and conscience. Bring thepi to JOSIAH RAFIKER, I>isfessixq Chehjst, 221 "William-st, Sydne...

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BALMAIN BRANCH, NO. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 18 October 1902

BALMAIN BEANCH, .NO. 7. Tlio Balmain Branch held tlieir regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, October 7 There "was a good attendance of members. Mr. N. AUardice was voted to the chair, and opened the meeting with prayer. He then then called upon Mr. O. K. Turner to deliver his address, the subject being, "Henry of Navarre." The lecturer dealt with the main features of the life of Heniy of Navarre in a very interesting manner, which kept tho attention of his hearers well fb the point, and at the close of the uddress a hearty vote of thanks was proposed by Mr. F. Howard, seconded by Mr. C. A. Taylor, and carried by acclamation. The regular business was then proceeded with. The sum of £5 was voted to the campaign fund. The matter of holding a concert in aid of the campaign was left in tho hands of the executive. 34 new members were admitted. It was decided to hold a mock election at the next meeting, - •

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Australian. Protestant Defence Association. MEETING AT PETERSHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 18 October 1902

Australian. Protestant Defence Association. MEETING- AT PETERSHAM. A largo meeting was held at the Petersham Town Hall on Tuesday night, October 7th, under the auspices of the.above association. Mr. Arthur Ulingworth presided, and there were on the platform a number of the leading Protestants of the district, including Messrs. Fraser, L. 0. .Russell-Jones, Wallace, Hoskin, Buckingham, Miller, and the Eov. J. E. Carrutliers. Dr. Dill Macky, who was heartily received and frequently applauded during his address, said that he felt it incumbent upon him to advise young men not to bo ashamed to say they were Protestants. Roman Catholics were not ashamed to state what their religion was. The Roman Catholics of the State were organ\x=req-\ ised solidly in business and politics, and people know that they were solid— Protestants could not be driven to vote as they were told. They had the blessing of free thought in politics. Organisation must be met with organisation, una o solid phalanx of P...

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News of the Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 18 October 1902

VS of the Churches. 1 fho annual excursion of St. Andrew's Si|day School, Parramatta, was held on Wed\x=req-\ aeday, Sept. 24tli. The weather, notwith\x=req-\ itailing tho ominous signs of tbo preceding iflj was all that could be desired, aud the jiaic was an unqualified success. At 8.J30 a.i{ the children were conveyed in the tratu roiktlv oponed, to Baulkham Hills, where the |iiac was held in a large paddock, kindly lent hyjfra. Pearce for the ot_>casion. Considerably uv^ 200 children and about 80 adults were liramt Plenty of amusemont was found in to ring ferns, playing cricket, etc., with wigs, and during the afternoon races were mujand prizes presented to the winnors by Hex J. Peterson. About five o'clock the Uny picnicers were convoyed back to Parra\x=req-\ tata, well sutistied with their day's outing in fam, to which extra caw had been uddod. ■Uteether the outing was most successful, fitch occurred to inir the day's enjoyment, tho teachers lmvo even- reason to be ^tfied wi...

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Boycotting Protestant Books. RICHMOND, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 18 October 1902

Boycotting- Protestant Books, t RICHMOND. Monday. Considerable feeling is being * engendered amongst the members of the Kiuhmond School of Arts and others at an attempt now being made to have removed from the shelves of the institution Joseph Hocking's woll-khown works, "The Scarlet Woman " and lt The Purple nobe." The Anniversary of the Daughters of Ulster Ladies* L.O.L. No. 304 will' be celebrated with a Special Sen-ice at St. Luke'* Presbyterian Church, Redfern; tomorrow night, commencing at 7 o'clock. Tho Her. T. J. Curtis' theme- will be 44 A Timely Warning.'*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 18 October 1902

For Good Value in' Drapery .. TRY " " ' " - ' Edward tyorderri's. Season's Novelties Now Opening. White fob Pbzcss and Such.es. CLOTHING- A3n> MEN'S MERCERY Oar Specialty. EDWARD HQJfDERN, 666 and 866 GEORGE STREET . (Brickfield Hill). THEO. L.ORENZ. LAPIDARY &'JEWELLER. All Precious Stones Cut and Policed on the premises. Sixteen years* experience in Colonies. 89 IMI.A.IiaiKrETr ST, T- J. ANDREWS, UNDERTAKER And MONUMENTAL MASON Railway Bridge, Newtown, And at 18G DevonsMre-st.Suny HfllB Telephones 138 N and 1003 ALWAYS DEMAND - - - "Snow White " Baling Powder. Established l88i. JV E- 'HARRIS, 283 KING ST., NEWTOWN (Opposite Post Office), Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweller. Optician, eto. All kinds of Watches, Clocks, Jewell err, Silver-plate, etc., Mutable tor. presentation. Spectacles to suit all Sights., Special attention given to Watch, Clock and Jeweller}* Repairs. • All work done on the premises. Cash cm Tehhs. WOODS AND ALLABUIITON. Luggage and Furqiture Contracto...

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Our Little Folks. RULES [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 18 October 1902

f Our Little Folks. [Conducted by "Auntie.""] . : ■ 1. Writers must be between the ages of six and fifteen, and must state their ages when writing. 2. Writers to " Auntie " must write on one end© o£ the paper only. 3. Letters may be upon any subject of interest to the - writer—short stories, accounts of their amusements and rweations, reading1, favourite tovs, etc. e. 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,— None of my nephews or nieces sent a quite correct • answer to the last conundrum, but' as the answer given by. Elsie Hinton was tlie best, and so nearly correct, the prize has been awarded to her. The name of the winner of the "riza for the best original Poem will be published in next week's issue. The prize for the next fortnightly competition will be given to the girl who sends in the best plain-sewn handkerchief. I am going to te...

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Better than Pills. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 18 October 1902

Better than Pills. You will never wish to take another dose of pills after having once used Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They are easier to take, more mild and gentle in their action and more lettable, as they can always be depended upon. They also cleanse and invigorate, the stomach and leave the bowels in a .natural condition, while pills are more harsh in effect and their use is usually followed by constipation. " Just What You Need.''1 Only 1/6. Sold by all dealers. Sometimes the sight of food nauseates you; your tongue is coated, your breath foul and headaches come and go. All of these symptoms indicate that your stomach is the trouble. • To remove the cause is the first tiling and Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will do that. Try them. Superior to Pills. Easy to tike and most effective. " Just What You For sale by all dealers.

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The Protestant Watchtower. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 18 October 1902

Tlie Protestant Watektower. -"The Itcning Palm"— Archbishop Kelly and liis clergy are toiling .hard to get their hands into-the Government purse on tho pretence of educating the B.C. •children, hut in reality Mother Church has the " itching palm " to secure grants for education -apparejitly, but "which will in large measure be Available for other purposes. If State aid ■were granted, it would be claimed for the •" Brothers " and the " Sistere " who are vowed to a life of poverty, and are just " Lacks " for the Her. Fathers and Lord Bishops who w>mr poiple and fine lineu, and fare sumptuously. -Bo the Government money that would be -drawn on account of these " Christian Brother" teachers and Sisters of Mercy, would help the lordly hierarchy with golden pastoral staff, and massive gold crosses and chains,' to "star it" more magnificently. The poor Sisters of Misery," as we may term them, .and the "Brethren" of Adversity toil hard as "teachers with no salary. Their pay must be taken...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 18 October 1902

N. H. SCOTT, *^_Nlerchant Tailor, 182 King-st.,. Newtown. ; Can "be Been till nine o'clock each evening. ENTIRELY AT YOUR SERVICE. OSBORN & JERDAN, "isarsr optict a tst" 393 GEORGE STREET. NOTICE, SPECIMEN copies of " The Watchman " aw went to probable subscribers, and when our b urines* | manager does not reocive * a remittance from thosn to I whom papers are sent, the papera are then discontinued j Thone who hare received specimen copies and wish I them continued will please take a note of this. COUNTRY NEWSAGENTS. PLEASE NOTE. forward parcel of "Watchiuh " newspaper for." sale or return. If insufficient a larger number 1 will be sent on application. | Fibrous Plaster Ceilings «fc Cornices are the Best, j Tel- 2360 ORANT & COCKS, Tel. | Modellers and Fibrous Plaster Expert*, ! C t 8 BruJiby-st., off Elizabeth-^-. South, Sony Hills TJIE 05DEN DIM) STUDIO, CASTLERE&GH-STREET (opp. Headquarters Firo Station), City' (PROTESTANT HALL). GOL. R; D'ORSAY OCDEN Will...

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CHIPPENDALE BRANCH, NO. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 18 October 1902

. CHIPPENDALE BRANCH, NO. The monthly meeting in connection with the Redftrn aud Chippendalo branch of the Australian Protestant Defence Association was held on Dth Oct. in the Wesley School Hull. There was a large attendance. The Rev. F. Colwell presided. Tho Iiev. W. Woolls Rutledge (President of the Methodist Conference) delivered an address «n " Archbishop Kelly and Political Organisations." Sir. Rutledge pointed out that thy Association was what its title indicated—a defence association. It existed for the express purpow? of combating the political aspect of tho .itomau Catholic Church, llie claims, as set up by the Pope, to temporal sovereignty, meant political power, whatever might be said to the contrary by Archbishop Kelly. Professor Tyndal's opinion was given when he stated that the Roman Catholic priest* 4* are and long have been the heart and soul of the Home Ruie movement." He also quoted Leeky, fhe historian, who said "that of all civilised countries Ireland is that in...

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