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Friars to Quit Islands. Pope Gives a Verbal Promise of Their Withdrawal. SECULAR CLERGY TO BE SOON REPLACED BY AMERICANS. SUBSTITUTION IS LIKELY TO OCUUPY About TWO YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 18 October 1902

I Friars to Quit Islands. Pope Gives a Verbal Promise of Their Withdrawal. SECULAR CLERGY TO BE SOON REPLACED BY AMERICANS. Substitution" is Likely to O'.'jury About I . Two Yeabs. Call Bureau, 1400 G. Street, N.W., Washington, Aug. 18.—In the opinion of Major John Biddle Porter, one of the *nembers of the American Mission who has jl^Jreturned to Washington, the negotiations the Vatican for the sale of the friars' lands'?# the Phillip\x=req-\ pines concluded very favourably for the United States. Major Porter stated that in the filial audience with the Pope both his Holiness and Cardinal Rampolla gave to the American Mission verbal assurance , that the Spanish friars and monies in the Phillipines would be I withdrawn from the Archipelago. This is the I point which brought out the most contention ! between the representatives of the Philippine Government and the Vatican. Governor Taft would not consent to the remaining of the friars, contending that their presence was odious to the F...

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The Unspeakable Priest. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 18 October 1902

The Unspeakable Priest. Much stir was caused last year in Protestant as well as Rowan Catholic circles by the publication of Mr. M. J. F. M'Cartliy's " Fivqr Years in Ireland." The impression made on readers' will be deepened by "Priests and People in Ireland," just issuedfrom tlie same pen. We hope to take farther notice of the book; but in the meantime give the following extract from tho introduction. If it bo re* ineznbered that the words are thoso of oue within the Church of Rome>..the criticism will be. seen to have a value which would not attach to any statement from Protestant sources. The reality and extent of Romish aggression in Ireland will bo brought home to many who have been slumbering while tho enemy was busy sowing tares. " But more ominous and more eloquent than tho open adulation of the* newspapers and the orators is tho dismayed silence with which tho growth aud consolidation of tho priests' power is being watched by the merchants, the professional men, and the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 18 October 1902

A TTTIBCOIIsng- iECOIRIDIEIRaSPSl FAMOUS LOW PRICES. I? ANTHONY HORDERN'S ' "J% FAMOUS LOW TRICES .''VS® fear not COMPETITION. Resting on the SUPERB PINNACLE ,'of tlicir MARVELLOUS''^.\x=req-\ LOWNESS, they liardly note the punv efforts of would-be rivals, and firm in their own security j. 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 .1 less grammatical though morn" forcible way. " CANT BE\V BEAT." They have, so to speak, "NAILED THEIR COLOURS TO THE MAST," and thev'll 'i1 carry the flag VICTORIOUSLY through EVERY FIGHT. " j : ANTHONY HORDERN'S i'l 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 JQY ENGENDERER8 .! They make the SOUL GLAD, increase the BANK BALANCE, aiid render OLD-AGE PEN- ; SIONS wholly UNNCESSARY. % A T^THOIT'Y' SlQliiDERIsr...

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The World, the Flesh, and the Devil. CHAPTER II. THE CHARLTONS. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 18 October 1902

The World, the Mesh, and the Devil. By Reta Fokbes. CHAPTER h. The Charlton's. The bells in the old parish church of St. Mary's were joyously pealing forth their notes, as though they would burst through the belfry -walls for veiy gladness. They were ringing to announce to the little world of Winiierton that Mrs. Charlton had ooce more regained her strength and was now on her way to name her little daughter. Strange to say that the little " blind baby" had recovered, or had, rather, gained her sight. On the morning previous to her christening she had surprised her nurse by being found in her cradle with her . eyes wide open, staring " enough to brighten one out of their wits," as j the nurse afterwards expressed it to the house\x=req-\ moid. "Why! the angels must hare opened the darling's eyes," exclaimed the fond mother, as she regarded her wee daughter. Certainly the doctors did not, and who is to say that some silent voice bad not whispered in the night, u Awake and see." However...

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Lodge Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 18 October 1902

Lodge Notes. On Wednesday night, October 1st, L.O.L. No. 186, Leichhardt, celebrated their 20th Anniversary by holding a concert in-the Town\x=req-\ hall, Leichhardt. The W.—Bro. R. Booth, welcomed the visitors. The W.M. referred to the P.D.A- as a sister to the L.O.L., having the same claims and objects aB the former. As a member of the P.D.A., he had much pleasure in stating that a branch started at the Glebe had 200 members, while Leichhardt had nearly 150, and to bring this institution mose to the front, it had been arranged that under the auspices of the P.D.A. a concert should be held in the Leichhardt Town-hall on October 14th. The following' artists contributed to the pro\x=req-\ gramme:—Misses Mabel S.' Ward, Emily Marks, Hilda Bevege, and Daisy Hill, and Messrs. . A. W. Scott, A. Marks, and W. Pursehouse. Selections were given by the Kastus Banjo Club, under the leadership of Mr. H. S. Skimmeld, and the Western Suburbs Orchestral Society, under the baton of Mr. J. Keating....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 18 October 1902

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 18 October 1902

A Bad Taste ,.i" the Mouth. ! It is anything but pleasant to awake with a j bad taste in the mouth. This always arises from a disordered stomach and may bo corrected by taking a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets immediately after supper.* They cleanse and invigorate the stomach, improve the digestion and give one a relish for liis food. They are easy to take and pleasant in effect. "Just What You Need" Only 1/0. SoJd by all dealers. If troubled by a week digestiou, loss of appetite, or constipat^n, tr}' a few doses of j Chumborlain's Stomach, and Liver Tablets. ■ Every box warranted. \ u Just What You Need" I Only 1/6. Sold by all dealers. j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 18 October 1902

For 7/9\x=req-\ CALF GOLOSHEDJ BALMORALS, Kangaroo Kid Legs. For 8/9. TAN GLACE BALMORALS. For 10/6\x=req-\ OUR FRENCH CALF WHOLE GOLOSH BALMORALS, Hand-sewn. For 12/9. RI7SSIANLORA TAN BALS, M Wide Welts. Very stylish. These are the,latest styles of Gentlemen's Footwear. Good Fitting, very Durable, and the Material the very best JOH GflDPLEV 10 SONS, 800 George-street,^ S~5TX53SrE"Z". Telephone 1503.*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 18 October 1902

33ia.sii?<3ss The Watchman, a "Weekly Journal of Soda], Political, and Religious Progress. Published every Thursday. Office: 35 Queen Victoria Markets, - York-street, Sydney. Telephone No. 2564.. Subscribers' Terms. . .. - : Yearly .. .. ... /;5b. / Oiir 5. Half-yearly , .. 7tL Quarterly .. .. . . ' Is. 4d.. Advertisements. The Watchman offers special facilities lor advertising, the terms of which may be had of its canvaaseis, or upo^i application at the office. % We bog1 to acknowledge the following subscriptions received during week ending Oct. 15, 1902 :—- - • Mrn. M.A.B.. Waverley, to Jan. 9th, 1903 .. I 1 fllrs. G., Woollooniooloo, to Jan. 9th, 1903 .. I 1 A.E. Gosford, to Jan. 9th, 1903 .. .. .. 1 I Mr*. H.S., Port Maequarie, to April 11th, 1903 2 2 J.C.C.. Liudhurat. to April 11th, 1903 .. v. '2 2 A.O., Bnulkham Hills, to May'9th, 190H _2 6. Mrs. B.. Forest Lodge, to Jan. 9th, 1903 ' ., 1 1 H.L., Pen Bullcn, to March28th, 1903 .. .. 2ft L.L.. Ha^tin^a River, to Oct...

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Stories from the Past. XX. HOLLAND'S STRUGGLE FOE RELIGIOUS FREEDOM. (Continued.) (All Rights Reserved.) A SAD LOSS. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 18 October 1902

f Stories from the Past. XX HOLLAND'S STRUGGLE FOE RELIGIOUS FREEDOM. (Continued.) {>■ By C.E.S.T. (All Hights Reserved.) A Sad Loss. • meantime tne Spaniards besieged the LJity of ] Zierickzee, the capital of Sehonwen, and the key to half the provinces of Zeland. To relieve the city now became the chief object of ' the Prince of Orange, and, to this end, frantic efforts wore made. The Prince commissioned Admiral Boizot to muster his fleet, and endeavour to pass provisions in to the -already starving garrison. The Spaniards had barricaded the inlet from the sea with every possible impediment, while, at the same time, hulks had been sunk in the shallow harbour, and a heavy beam of wood placed across the narrow entrance. Against this obstacle it was almost impossible to contend, but brave Admiral Boizot decided to make an attempt. He drove his ship, the Red Lion, 'nil tilt at the impediment, but failed to cut it through. The ship became entangled,and,unable to eitlieradvance or ret...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 18 October 1902

Australian Protestant Defence Association. The NEXT meeting of tlie Council will be held in tkc Scot* Church, Church Hill, on Friday, October 17th, at 7.30 p.m. Delegates please take notiec. R. JACKSON, M.A., Hon. Secretary. Scots1 Church Branch, No. 1. MEETS First Monday in the Mouth in. Scote' Church, Jamieson-street at 8 p.m. Next meeting, November 3rd. A. PARTRIDGE, Hon. Secretary. WAVERLEY BRANCH, No. 2. . MEETS Soeond Thursday of every month in Presbyterian School Hall, Charing Cross. ■ ■Next meeting', November Itf. ARCHDAXiE PARKHILL, Hon. Sec. CHIPPENDALE BRANCH No. 3 Meet* 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 * Meets in the "Wesleyan School Room, Bay-street, last Monday in each month\x=req-\ Next meeting, 27th October. Leichhardt Branch, *No. 5. Moot* in the Presbyterian Church, Marioa-st., on TUESDAY next...

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"Just What You Need." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 18 October 1902

"Just What You Need." If suffering from Constipation, Headache, Indigestion, Nervousness, Disorders of the Stomach, Loss of Appetite, you want to use Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They are easier to take and more pleasant in 1 effect than Pills, and their use is not followod by constipation. They cleanse and invigorate the Stomach, improve the Appetite, and strengthen the Digestion. Note:—If unable to obtain them locally a package will be 6ont, post paid, upon receipt of 1/G in stamps or postal note, by addressing tho Chamberlain Medicine Co., P.O. Box 087, Sydney.

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Correspondence. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents.] THE MARCH TO ROME. (To the Editor of THE WATCHMAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 18 October 1902

Correspondence. yWe do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed ly our Correspondents.] THE MABCH TO ROME. (To tlie Editor of Tue Watchman-.) Sir,—r In answer to your correspondent, wou!d you permit me to say that the practice of bo»Ting, genuflecting, and making tho sign of the Cross towards the Communion table arises from the false and mistaken notion that the Communiontable is an altar—a place of sacrifice. That by the act of consecration, tho bread and wine become tho body ara blood of Christ, to be then offered up to God as a propitiatory sacrifice for the sins of the people, both living and dead, at the altar of sacrifice. Every Ritualistic priest presupposes tho Communion table to be the place where the true body of the Lord has been, is, or is going to bo placed; hence this place is, in his opinion, more holy than any other place, therefore obeisance should be made towards this place when approaclung or retiring. The false and pernicious idea that the Christ...

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PENNANT HILLS & DISTRICT BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 18 October 1902

PENNANT HILLS & DISTRICT BRANCH. The usual monthly meeting' of Branch No. 16 was held on October 8tl«. Vice-President Atkinson occupied the chair. After the usual business was disposed of. Rev. H. F. L. Palmer, of Diiral, read a paper entitled, '• "When and how. Christianity was brought to Britain," which proved very interesting and instructive. A vote of thank* was accorded Rev. Mr. Palmer for his reading, which is tho second of u series of such works. Two new members were elected, which makes the totul enrolment 78 members. It was stated by the chairman that the next meeting would take place on November nth, when an entertainment will be given in aid of the campaign fund, when the Rev. T. "W. Dunn, of Newtown, will kindly deliver a short address.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 18 October 1902

CLIFTON'S 1 LILYWHITE I STARCH. FREE FI{0N[ ALL ADULTERATION.,

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NORTH SYDNEY BRANCH, NO. 23. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 18 October 1902

NORTH SYDNEY BRANCH, NO. 23. The North Sydney brunch held its Hrwt regular meeting in the North St. Leonard's Preabyteriar Church on Tuesday evening, tho 7th inst. The Dev. W. H, Ash presided, and was supported ou tho platform by Kcvh. J. Spence (Werieyan) andN. J. (Jocks (Congregational). The meeting was well attended aod thoroughly representative, and great enthusiasm prevailed throughout. The business of the evening Was ilie election of officers, and resulted in the Rev. TV". H. Ash being elected President, Revs. J. Spence and X. J. Cocks Vice\x=req-\ Presidents, Mr. G. J. Harrison Secretary, and Mr. H. B. Worman Treasurer, and Messrs. Ochs and Fraser auditors, with the usual executive committee of 12. It was decided to hold the next meeting on Monday. 27th inst., in the same building, when it is hoped the already large roll of membership will be considerably augmented

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 18 October 1902

ROCHDALE COLLEGE snSiEY ► REV? LTFDRSClfTXaA] Principal. ^ A HIGH-CUSS BQARDMS sauamsovs. The College is charmingly situat-ek in its own pard grounds of IS acres on the heights of Rockdale. Boys receive individual teaching and personal explanation of their lessons. Tees for Boarders, from £9 9s per term. All sub\x=req-\ jects,laundry, mending, etc. Established ten years. Prospec tus on application to .the Principal. Tele phone, The Name of WOOE AND COMPANY, the Leading Undertakers and Embalmers of Sydney and Suburbs, is a Guarantee 01 Highest] Glass1, Funerals at . the Lowest Rates, which are conducted by Experienced MEN only. Telephone 726, &c.

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

NEWTOWN BRANCH, NO. G. The usual monthly meeting1 of the above Branch was held on October 4. The president, Mr. S. King:, occupied the chair. Seventeen new members were proposed and received. A* the school-room is far too email 10 contain the numbers that attend, it'was proposed and seconded that the deacons be approached re getting- the large school-hull. Under the head of general business, much was said about supporting the Roman Catholic Church by attending the bazaars. Reference was made to the deceitful way. in which Roman Catholics work wbenthcy gei up a bazaar, and all the Protestants present were exhorted to beware lest they should bo deluded by Jesuitical subtlety. It was thought by the meeting that a Protestant Sunday in the interest* of the Reformation, pay once a month, or once a quarter, would be a eood thing. Horrible cases of priestly oppression and priestly influence were cited. A leading article from a Roman • Catholic organ 'wa> read, which trave the Protestant*...

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ANNANDALE BRANCH, NO. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 18 October 1902

AXXAXDALE BRANCH, XO. 14. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above branch was held at St. AidanV liall, Johnston-street, on Thursday evening, 9th October. The hall was well filled with an appreciative audience. The President (Alderman J. T. Starling) was in the chair, and the Rev. J. Scott opened the meeting with prayer. The hon. secretary, Mr. S. H. Abrams, read the minutes of last meeting, which were dulv confirmed and signed. Thirty-five new members were duly elected, being the greatest number to date elected at a meeting. Several names were also handed in to be elected at the next meeting. Rev. Mr. Scott addressed the meeting on the necessity for the Protestant Defence Association, dwelling especially upon the word "defence.*' Mr. Ferguson (representative of Council) addressed the meeting, outlining the movement of the Council's eu\x=req-\ deavours for the formation of new branches. The following items were ably rendered to a muchly appreciative audience Erica and Gracie Spry, ...

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A NEW POWER IN THE LAND. The Forward Movement. The Australian Protestant Defence Association. A MONSTER MEETING. DR. DILL MACKY TO TOUR THE STATE. PRINCIPLES OF' THE ASSOCIATION AFFIRMED. A CAMPAIGN INAUGURATED. HISSES FOR "TOBY" BARTON. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 18 October 1902

A NEW POWER IN THE LAND. The Forward Movement, The Australian Protestant Defence Association. A MONSTER MEETING. DR. DILL MACKY TO' TOUR THE STATE. PRINCIPLES OF' THE ASSOCIATION AFFIRMED. A CAMPAIGN INAUGURATED. HISSES FOR -'TOBY" BARTON. The Town Hall was crowdcd to overflowing on Monday night, when a public meeting to inaugurate the Forward Movement of the A.P.D. A. wad held. Numbers were unable to obtain admission, and wandered desperately about the corridors. The gathering was in every .respect worthy of the occasion, which, as "Erne rolls it* ceaseless ooorse,M will rightly bo regarded an an historic event in the sacred causeof Protestantism in Australia. Everyone present must have felt he was taking part in a movement frought full of meaning and possibilities, the ultimate realization of which , *' Time, the healer of all things,'* alone will reveal, and ; which cannot but have a' substantial and potential effect on the welfare of the State. The speaking, as was to be expecte...

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