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SURRY HILLS. SIR EDMUND BARTON AND THE POPE. VIEWS OF DR. DILL MACKY. WHOM DID THE PRIME MINISTER REPRESENT? [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

SURRY HILLS. SIR EDMUND BaSTON AND THE POPE. VIEWS OF DR. DILL MACKY. WHOM DID THE PRIME MINISTER REPRESENT? There was a good attendance at St. David's Hall, Arthur-street, Surry Hills, on Saturday night, to hear the Rev. Dr. W. M. Dill Macky explain the " aims and objects " of the Australian Protestant Defence Association. The Rev. George Brown presided, and amongst those on the platform were the Revs. J. W. Collier, Todd, H. Grainford, and John Osborne. Dr. Dill Macky was accorded a hearty reception, and throughout his address was frequently applauded. He said that if ever there was a time for Protestant organisation it was just now. He explained the circumstances that led to the formation of the Australian Protestant Defence Association. No organisa\x=req-\ tion, he said, had hitherto existed with fighting capabilities to.repulse the inroads of the Roman Catholic Cnurch, and with a platform sufficiently wide and liberal to admit all good Protestants, who should assist. The Orange...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Town Hall Monster Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

Town Hall Monster Meeting. We are sorry that the following letter, from the Rer. 8. S. Tovey, was omitted from our last issue, when we published the other letters of apology:— 41 St. John's Rectory, Glebe Point, 11th Oct 1902. Dear Sir,—A* I explained to yon, I shall not, owing to an engagement, be able to attend the meeting on Monday. In all that is defensive against the aggression of Roman Catholicism, and in all that makes for mutual tolerance and respect, I am at one with you. I very much regret that your manifesto should have been called for, but with its terms I almost, if not wholly, conc*r. The situation Is not of our seeking or making. It has been forced upon us by a series of gratuitous insults and attacks and by an inexplicable 1 (except in one way) departure of the Ministry of to-day from the only sound position a Government can take here in regard to religion. In this new world we do not want to encourage Old World prejudices and passions, and we should all rejoice to s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

"SEMPER wh;ch,- literally AI^^,ys EADEM," translated, means Tjns IS 'why THE LION BRAIRD <? OF CONFECTIONERY IS SO POPULAR. $ ONLY THE FINEST INGREDIENTS USED. IT IS THE GREATEST FAVOURITE WITH THE CHILDREN. MANUFACTURED ONLY SS James Stedman,145 Cs£SE st" iiiwithd.

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Sunday Service and Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

Sunday Service and Concert. On Sunday, October 26, a Sunday Service will be held in jthe Burwood School of Arts, under the auspices o£ the Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 158, Burwood. The service will be held to celebrate the 23rd anniversary of the Bur\x=req-\ wood lodge, and is announced, to commence at 3 p.m. The Mayor of Burwood (Alderman M. Sheppard) will preside, and addresses will be given by Rev. W. H. H. Yarrington, M.A., LL.B., Rev, Geo. Campbell, Rev. R. Scott West, Rev. VT. E. Southwell, and Captain Curtin (Salvation Army). The Rev. Dr. Dill\x=req-\ Macky has also promised to be present and make a few remarks. On the Tuesday following the Sunday service, ie., October .28th, a grand concert will be* held in the School of Arts, also under the auspices of the Burwood L.O.L. The R/W.G.M., Bro. John "Wheeler, will preside, and give an address. The Rev. H. Uainford will deliver an address on Protestant Defence Work. Brayley and Tetley's orchestra of some twenty performers has been se...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

W. LAWSON DASH, J.P., F.S.S., PRIVATE FINANCIER, 108 PITT-STIiEET, opp. G.P.O Loans from £1. Mortgage# at Lowest interest. High=class Dentistry gggf AT REFORM PRICES. Perfect as to Fit, Articulation, Mastication, and Natural Appearance and Beaut}'. VULCANITE SETS from £'2 2s. Nervous Patients fitted without extracting roots. DITTO. 18-CARAT GOLD SETTINGS, £4 15s. No fee for Extracting -when Teeth are Required, SPECIAL.—American Plumpera for Inflating Ladies' and Gentlemen's Sunken-in Checks, 15s—beautifuJ effect of art. Mr. A. F. STOCKS, Dentist, 492 OXFOBD-ST., near Queen-st., PADDINGTOX EXTRACTIONS— Painless Ordinary 2s. Is. Estab. 1902. Telephone 54 Pad.

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THE A.P.D.A. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

THE A.P.D.A. By request of the treasurer we acknowledge the receipt of £1 from " A Workingman," for the Campaign Fund of the Association. The treasurer is glad to report that funds are coming freely..

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SIR EDMUND BARTON'S "WELCOME." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

SIR EDMUND BARTON'S -'WELCOME." Tiie meeting at the Town Hall, on Friday last, to receive Sir Edmund Barton on hi^ return to Australia, was certainly the most extraordinary, welcome ever accorded to any politician. From first to last the proceedings were of the most hostile nature, it being impossible for any of the speakers to make themselves heard above the din that prevailed. The reception given to the various speakers proved the reason, for this tumult, and, in a measure, fathered it home to the political principles they I believed in. Thus Sir William Lyne was not permitted to be heard; Sir John See was grudgingly listened to; Mr. O'Sullivan was coldly greeted j while Sir Edmund Barton received a storm of abuse from every quarter, excepting those few to whom his actions have been at once a promise, and a hope. Analysing the hostility of the meeting by these means, we arrive at some curious conclusions. Upon Sir William Lyne's head fell a large amount of the unpopularity which t...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FORWARD MOVEMENT OF THE A.P.D.A. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

THE FORWARD MOVEMENT OF THE A.P.D.A. It will be well known to the members of the A.P.D.A., and possibly to all of our readers, that the campaign that is to be conducted by the Rev. Dr. Dill-Macky will open with November. It is no secret that the work of the Association will require funds, and that the amount sought to be raised is £5000. Many schemes for helping to get this sum will suggest themselves to branches and individuals, and with these the Council does not wish to interfere, but it will be useful to those so engaged to hear that several branches have adopted a system of house-to-house cauvass, so that every sympathiser in the State may have the opportunity to assist if they be so disposed. The details of the scheme may be had on application to the General Secretary A.P.D.A. 9 Jamieson-street.

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THE Watchman [?] CIRCULATION 14,000. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1902. OUE WAIFS AND STRAYS. AN UNACCEPTABLE REMEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

CIRCULATION 14,000. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1902. OUE WAIFS AND STRAYS. An Unacceptable Remedy. The State Children's Bill which, Mr, B. R. Wise has introduced info the Legislative! Council is, doubtless, an honest effort to relieve otir towns of the unfortunate derelict children, I who are forced, by stress of'circumstances, to prey upon the public. For many years past this subject has been forcing itself upon the' attention of humanitarians, so that it is strange to find so little notice has been taken, while the evil has naturally increased. All large cities in Great Britain, and America, have dealt with these flotsam and jetsam of humauity, in a more or less generous spirit, and tfyus uncared for children are now but seldom seen in their public places. ' In Sydney, however, the cruel evil remains unchecked,' and is developing into a danger which can no longer be passed unnoticed. In this city there is a large population of begging children of both sexes, who never enter a school, a...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GRIFFITH'S FIASCO. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

THE GEIFFITH'8 FIASCO. Session after session this gentleman rushes to the front flourishing a measure on education, but he manages to make it always ineffective. His game is too transparent, as it is evidently only playing to his constituents, but when the time comes the same constituents will have Mr. Griffith's attitude re the education question, his Boer sympathies, etc., to deal with, and we shall take care that his little game of bluff will be fully explained. A subservient follower of the Ministry should have been able to keep the house together to deal with this "important measure. It was an open secret that the Government and labour party had arranged to effect a " count out" on this measure. They dare not vote against it and face their constituencies afterwards, so they availed themselves i ofthis miserable subterfuge. They will not, however, at the next election be allowed to dodge the question.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

.AJSTTBEOlSn^" . HOEDEBN'S FAMOUS LOW PRICES. ANTHONY H0RDERW8 . FAMOUS LOW PRICES fear not COMPETITION. Besting om the SUPERB PINNACLE of their MABVELLOUS < LOWNESS, they hardly note the pony efforts of would-be rivale. and firm in their own security and in pablie faTonr, langh at those would-be rivals' folly and pain. ANTHONY HOBDEBN'S FAMOUS LOW PRICES cannot be beaten, or. to put it in a less grammatical though moref forcible way, " 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 JINGLB of SAVED MONEY in many a POCKET. First of all, they are FORTUNE PBOMOTEBS; secondly, they are JOY ENGENDEBERS They make the SOUL GLAD, increase the BANK BALANCE, and render OLD-AGE PENSIONS Wholly UNNCESSARY. A TTTHOITT- ZELORIDjEIRIET <fc SOZLsTS, Only Universal Providers, HAYMARKET (ONLY).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

THE CAEE OE THE HATE. "My hairisgrey, but not with years;" so says Byron, :and. how applicable this is to Many of us who are' distressed by personal and business worries. Still, no trouble ever yet obtained for which seme relief lias not been found. . The hair 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 TONIC is the result of very careful study and the Proprietor's object is to give to the public something of a medicinal nature rather than the useless perfume which constitute many so\x=req-\ called hair restorers. MISS NELLIE STEWART, the popular and beloved actress, writes me as follows:—Sydney, July 19, 1902. Mr. W. Richards, proprietor Capilla Hair Tonic. Dear Sir,—During my professional career I have tried many hair tonics " in many parts of the world." By chance I came across your "PAPILLA," and I have found it to bo the most REFRESH...

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SIR JOHN AT WESTMEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

SIB JOHN AT WESTMEAD. Our elastic-conscienced Premier is of opinion that the ninety little boys at the institution under the training of the Harist Brothers (or Jesuits) will be brought up by these unsectarian gentlemen as good loyal citizens. Sir John' differs from Waldeck Rousseau, who found out that these same gentry trained French' boys to be very, very bad citizens; in fact, not citizens at all, but aliens. Sir John's ideas of non-sectarianism are very peculiar, judging by his recent gift of a piece of land at Cumnock - for a convent, to a foreign religious order whose whole constitution is inimical to what we prize most—freedom of conscience and civil and religious liberty. Latterly the priests have been given to bleating the "non-sectarian " business ad nauseum. If they were sincere in this respect we would find kmoro of there names, as also of their flocks, on the subscription lists of the public charities. We venture to say that the Chinamen in this State subscribe more to ...

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GRANVILLE BRANCH No. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

GRANVILLE BRANCH No. 13. Tlio quarterly social of the above branch was held in the Congregational Church on Friday, 17th inst., under the presidency of the Rev. Hugh Wilson.- There was a very good attendance, and much interest was taken in the evening's proceedings. A capital humorous aud original song was given by Sir, Castlea, who also contributed a selection on the autoharp. Solos were contributed by Mrs. Peirce and Miss Hill, and a recitation by Miss Baker. The manifesto of the A.P.1XA. was read by the Secretary (Rev. T. E. Peirce.) Hiss Hill i tendered her resignation as assistant-secretary, owing to her approaching removal to the country. The resignation was received with regret i and hearty thauks for diligent service rendered. A number of xiew names were proposed for membership, and the branch's representative, Mr. C. Brown, gave a report of the great meeting at the Town Hall, Sydney, on the previous Monday. Upon the motion of Mr. Thomas, a resolution was unanimously passed,...

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GLEBE BRANCH, No. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

GLEBE BRANCH, No. 22. This branch has a locture t*et down for next Thursday evening in tie Globe Town Hall, of -which full particulars arc advertised in this issue. The secretary has been busy splitting up the district into aectiona to allow of systematic collection in aid of the Campaign Fund. Over 20 of the members acted as stewards at the big meeting, and all report wonderful lapses of memory on the part of some '* Protestants." We expect to double our membership next meeting.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets,^\x=req-\ If taken according to directions, clear the complexion, brighten tlie eye, slm^eu tlie appetite, remove muddy and blotched condition of tlio skin and cure headache to a certainty by removing tho cause. " J ml What You Ami.'' Only cost 1/G, and for sale by all dealers.

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Our Legal Column. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

Our Legal Column. Enquiries should be addressed to "Lex," Watch\x=req-\ hak Office, 35 Market Buildings, York-street, and must be accompanied by the subjoined printed application. This column it> intended to afford information and practical advice to correspondents, •with regard to iiuy legal difficulties which they may experience. • 1 Questions submitted may often require research' and therefore should reach 'this office not later thari'Mouday of the week in which u reply is desired. APPLICATION TO ACCOMPANY ENQUIRY: To "Lex," "Watchman" Office, 35 Market Buildingt*, Picas© answer in " The Watchman " the annexed question. Reply to be addressed to •A.B. (Lismore.)—A wife who desert* her husband -without just cauiio eanuot make liini support her during the K-paratiou. The husband in entitled to take the children if he can obtain possession of them peaoe\x=req-\ ably, and if he in prevented from doing thfc, liu can apply to the Supreme Court ior the custody of the children. H.N.S.—...

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DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

DAIRY PRODUCE. Butteb—Creamery -.'11 per lb. Factor}', / 10l-r /ll\x=req-\ Dairy, /1°£." Pastry, /l(T. Baoos—Sides: McLean's, 1/- per lb., s 1,-. Middles, 1/-, 1/1. Hitches, /10J, /Hi. Shoulders, /10, /IOh. Cskssb—N.S.W., loaf, /9&, "/9J, per lb. Medium size, /9f. N.Z.. /Di, /9J/ Egos—Southern, -/10J, -/102 -per doz. Northern, /10, /104. New-laid, /10}, /1U, 1/-. L&bo—Bladder, -/10. Bulk tia*, /9K/9J. • Hake—Scaroe. N. S. W. 1/-, l/Ui, J/1, 1/14 per lb. N.Z; /10J,/ll, 1/-; Poultry—Fowls: Hens, from 3/9 to 4/9 per pair. „ Boostern, ,, 4/9, G/9, 7/0 per pair. Dudes „ 3/G to G/G per pur. Geese, „ 5/G to 9/G per pair. Turkey hens, ,, 5/6 to 8/6 per pair. . „ cocks, „ 10/- to 18/- per pair. FARM PRODUCE. Maize—Prime local, C/- to 6/3 per bushel. Northern, 0/-, 0/2, 6/3. Argentine, 5/9. Chaff—Local prime, 0/-/-, 6/15/- per tou. Straw BortH, 3/10/-, 4/-/-. Other quality, 4/10/-, 5/-/-. Adelaide, prime, 6/-/r to G/15/-. Tasmaniati, 5/10/-, 5,15/-. Oats—Prime feed, 3/8 to 3/9...

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The New Curriculum for Rome's State Subsidised Schools. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

The New Curriculum for Rome's State Subsidised | Schools. Father Kelly announces that in the event of his obtaining state subsidy for the Soman Catholic schools he will have special books prepared. We hare before us one of these u special books " entitled " Manual of the Lives of the Popes for the Use of Students," by John Charles Earle. The author in his preface says that .he "lays his little volume, with all its imperfections,: at the feet of the Vicar of Christ, with the same solid happiness he felt, and still feels in retrospect as when he went up the stairs of the Vatican and placed himself with all his cares at the same feet." The following is an extract from the above work .dealing with Pope Conti (Innocent HI.) He it was, the author says, " who preached a crusade against the Albigenses, and placed Pierre de Castelnan at its head in 1204, and afterwards the legates Milon and Arnaud Amalvic, as well as Simon de Montfort. The Crusaders in 1209 obtained possession of Beriers, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

"Just What You Need." ' : If suffering from Constipation, Headache,' Indigestion, Nervousness, Disorders' of the' Stomach, Loss of Appetite, yoa want to use\x=req-\ Chamberlain's Stomach and Lrrer Tablets. They are easier to take and more pleaaanft in effect than Pills, and their use is not followed by constipation. They cleanee j*nd invigorate the Stomaeb,: improve the Appetite, and strengthen the Digestion. Note:—If unable to obtain them locally a package will be sent, post paid, upon receipt: of 1/6 in stamps or postal note, by addressing-, the Chamberlain Medicine Co., P.O. Box 687, ! Sydney. - I

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