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R. C. Irish Disloyalty. INSULTS TO THE FLAG. KING'S COUNTY INFIRMARY GOVERNORS AND THE UNION JACK. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

JL 0. Irish Disloyalty. INSULTS TO THE FLAG. KING'S COUNTY INFIRMARY GOVER\x=req-\ NOES AND THE UNION JACK. A meeting of governors of King's County Infirmary was held at Tullamaro on the 20th August, with the parish priest in the chair. Mr. William Adams, J.P., called attention to the hoisting of the Union Jack from the Infirmary building on the day of the King's Coronation, and asked by whoso authority it was hoisted. His constituents felt keenly on the subject, and wanted to know whether thin was what they were to expect from the newly-elect\x=req-\ ■ed governors. Mr. Joseph Ryan, county ■councillor, said ho, too, had been spoken to by several Nationalists in the town, who took exception to having tho infirmary tamed to such a use. The chairman said that while it may have been an error of judgment on the part of Hie matron, it was not a proper thing to do. Mrs. Harford, the matron, on being called bcforo the meeting, said she thought it was no harm to hoist the flag, but she got n...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Commercial. The Watchman Office, Wednesday Evening. FARM PBODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

Commercial. The Watchman Office, Wednesday Evening. FARM PBODUCE. Trade in Susser-street remains fairly active, prioea •-Showing but little variation. Wheat markethas fmnod • considerably, flour also being quoted higher. . Chaff market firm, all qualities meeting good demand. Wharvea are now rapidly clearing o5 all surplus stocks. We anticipate a shortage of Kupplias will occur before the new crop is available. ' Straw market dull. Oats are in steady demand, but no great volume of business is notiocable. Mill offal scarce, practically •neither bran nor pollard available. Maize market still unsettled, supplies from northern. districts slightly increased. Argentine maize is now mote freely offered, and the trend of the market is downward for later shipments arriving from o**er sea. Victoria samples of maize being of good quality are selling freely at currcnt rates. Onions, at this period of the season, are very unsatisfactory to handle, owing to continual growth requiring constant pic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

MISS LUCAS-beeve.—Singing Piano. 2 Stanmore-rd., Staumore,. and fcPaling's. Longnose Pt. Tuesday, Friday. Milton h. partridse, e.d., dental surgeon, Corner of George and Hunter Streets (over "Willo and Clapliaxn), Specialist in Goldfilliogs, etc. Painless Extractions. Hours: 9 aon. to 5.30 pjn. W. WEINGARTNER, | Hairdresser & Tobacconist, | IVlarrlckville -rd., Marrickvillo. jg*g£! |oofRiV^i^ | Brp5.1 g F^RMMyirr^. «! J. T. Burrows, (LioeMtd) PLUMBER, GASITTTER & DRAINER, 106 George-stree« Wes Telephone 213 Glebe. Estimates given for Repair* Chas. E. Wigzell and Son, . , " Hairdressers, ^ ORNAMENTAL HAIRWORKE RS. Stage and Street Wig-makers. - Post Orders for Hair Work receive our sfceial attention. J.B.—Note the Address— 139-141 OXFORD STREET ONLY WILSON <£ CO., Estate Agents, ec., TEAM TERMINUS (Opposite Post Office) EN MORE. J.S.OLDHAM, Wholesale and Family Grocer, 192 KING-STREET, NEWTOWN. All Country Orders Packed and Delivered FREB to any Rail-ray St...

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Lodge Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

Lodge Notes. We regret to hear that Bro. Sydney Ridgw&y i Is on the sick list. He is at present an inmate of Prince Alfred Hospital, but latest repor& to hand bring: .the cheering news that .the sufferer is on the mend. Bro. Sidgway, had he been in -lug usual health, would have, been a.'prominent figure at the monster meeting of the A.P.D.A., for like -all loyal and broadminded Orangemen, he realises the potent force that lies behind, the .A.P.D.A., and gladly welcomes an .institution that will co-operate with the L.O.L. in. combating the encroach mente of Borne. On Wednesday night, Oct. 8th, the Pioneer L.O.L. No. 1 "Deny" held its monthly meeting in the Grand Lodge Boom, Protestant HalL -Bro. Conigham, in the absence of the W.M., in the chair; and Bro. W. Watts in the D.lL's chair. The lodge was opened in solemn way, after which the minutes of the previous meeting were read and adopted. Pour candidates were initiated, after which the General Qualifications' were re...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Our Library. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

Our Library. Wo beg to acknowledge tlie receipt from tlio Government Printer, of tho Official Guide to the Ntttional Park of New South Wales. The book is beautifully printed, and artistically illustrated with lovely photo "views of choice spots in our world-famous National Park, where " every prospect pleases and only man is vile." The letterpress is magnificently executed, and wo have not seen such excellent type for a long while. The book is excellently written, and contains a wealth' of information concerning tho beauties of one of Australia's show places, where one can find " Tongues iu trees, books iu the running brooks, sermons in stones, and good In everything." Tho binding, in dove-color grey and gold, is n perfect work of art.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

EXPERIENCE Ib the Ixjrft teacher, and we rely upon men of experience in matters of importance. Wliftt is more important when a doctor gives you a prescription than to Laro it prepared by a druggist of known experience and oonfi* acnoe. Bring tliem to JOStAH PARKER, M.P.S,. DibpknbisoCukiiist, 221 WilUam-st., Sydney. Tel. 1779 ANDREWS BROS., MONUMENTAL SCULPTORS. 140-2-l-S ELIZABETH - STREET, SYDNEY, Between Liverpool & Gonlbuxu Sta. Tel. 54i* N. H. SCOTT, ■^^MerchantYaifor, 182 King-stl, Newtown. Cm beeeen till nine o'clock cadi evcoin'g. ENTIRELY AT YOTJE SERVICE. OSBORN & JERDAN, "avrx" QPTICT A XT" 393 GEORGE STREET. NOTICE, SPECIMEN copies of ^ •« The Wxtobxus " are sent' to probable subscribers, and "when our business 1 manager does not reccive a remittance from those to ! whom papers are sent, lbs papers are then discontinued. I Those who have received specimen copies and wish I thftra continued will please take a note of thio. I COUNTRY NEWSAGENTS. • PLEASE NO...

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ST. PETER'S BRANCH, No. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

ST. PETER'S BEANCtf, No. 17. The monthly meeting of St. Peter's Branch No. 17, vfos held in the Church of England School Hal] on Wednesday evening, 6th inst., the occasion being a lecture by Dr. Bill Macky, entitled, ."An Organised Potestant Vote." A most enthusiastic audience greeted the great Protestant champion. The president of the Branch, the Rev. B. Stephens, was prevented from presiding owing to a severe attack of influenza, and ex-Alderman Parkin was elected to the chair, and opened the meeting in the usual way by prayer, after which ho introduced Dr. Dill Macky in a few well-chosen remarks. The Dr., who was heartily received, said that it afforded him much pleasure to be there that evening to assist in the noble work of Protestant organisation, and spoke on the usual lines as reported frequently in the columns of the " Watchman." A. Stuart, Esq., J.P., ex-Mayor, in moving a vote of thanks to the doctor m a very interesting speech, described the tactics of Rome in Italy and ...

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First Anniversary of L.O.L. No. 104. A LARGE GATHERING AT GRANVILLE. FULLY 500 ORANGEMEN PRESENT. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

. Eii'st Anniversary of L.O.L. No. 104. A LABGE GATHERING AT GRANVILLE.' "FULLY 50Q ORANGEMEN PRESENT. [bj tbe "Watchman's Own Reporter.] ""What's on?" enquired a policeman at Granville on the opening night of the Pride of {Jranville LO.L. No. 104, twelve months ago, the shrill strains of Sag-pipes reaching, the ears of the limb of the law. " Dunno ; but I've heard its them Orangemen," returned a cross-tempered individual. He was a "tyke." On Saturday last there was even a greater display of Orange regalia at the Granville Town Hall, the occasion being the first anni\x=req-\ Tersaiy of No. 104. The night was wet. But .a wet night is of no consequence, for we have never yet met an "Orangeman" who was "wet." However, fully 500 Orangemen and -Oraagewbmen were in attendance, representing, .as far as our representative could gather, .Nos 8t Parraxnatta; 16, Victoria, Wooiloo\x=req-\ jqooIoo; 18, Boyrie, Redfern; 30, Pioneer, Paddington; 150, Key. George Walker, North Sydney; 176, Balmain...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

Telephone 35f»7 , Federal Protestant institute. A SELECT AGENCY. FOR GOVERNESSES AND DOMESTIC SERVA^S. Suitable Kami & Station Haudtt Engaged & Despatched ALSO APARTilENTS AGENCY. MBS. McCLUSKY, 70 HUNTER-ST., SYDNEY. CHAS. E. Q. FENNER, #SP 147 LIVERPOOL ROAD, ASH FIELD. *£CH*ftl3T SLi[i BEPAIRER OF SEWINC UACHIHES-all Haktrs Macliinoa Bought, Sold, or Exchanged. All Aooottories kept in Stock. Ag<ent for all Hakon

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

H.flOADLEY, Stoie Maker & Repairer, 140 GEORGE-STREET WEST. Colonial OrKua, Port Copiers, Gmtos, etc. always on

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Introduction to the Study of Natural law. (Continued from our issue of the 11th Oct.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

Introduction to the Study of Natural law. (Continued from our issue of the 11th Oct.) 21. The Kino.—Wo human being is exempt from the law. In his private life and in ma public office, the King is subject to it, and must either obey or suffer punishment for disobedience. And since his example lies open to the eyes of all men, and is weightier than that of any other man, the more powerful is its influ-! ence upon his own people, and upon the Kings and peoples of other nations. One wicked King may easily lead many nations into sin and cause them great suffering. And one obedient King may " lead many to righteousness," and they will be to him a " crown of glory," and " he shall shine as the stars for ever and ever." In another way, also, the King's example exercises great influence for good or evil, namely, through the measures or human laws ho imposes or allows to be imposed upon his people. And the same is true of every governing body, whatever, may be its composition or character. In...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWCASTLE BRANCH, No. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

NEWCASTLE BBANCH, No. 10. The usual monthly meeting of Newcastle, No. 10, branch, was held in the Cambrian hall on Tuesday, 9th inst., the Rev. B. M, Bowles, President* in the chair, there being a large attendance of members. Minutes of last meeting read and confirmed. Seven now members were enrolled. The chairman called attention to the forward movement, the need of organisation among the ladies, and other matters of interest to the association, such as the establishment t of other branches throughout the district. An excellent musical programme was provided as follows: — Duet, " Gathering Flowers," Misses Saine and Embleton; solo, " She's good enough for me," Miss Dulcie Shaw; solo, " The Goodwin Sands," Mr. Alfred J. Walker; recitation, Miss F. Potter; violin solo, Mies Mea Bjerre; duet, Misses Flony Boddy and Ivy Kaine. Miss Nelly Boddy acted as accompanist. The chairman intimated that it was the intention of the Executive Committee to have the meetings of the branch as interest...

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Australian Protestant Defence Association. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

Australian Protestant Defence Association. A meeting will be held at. "Wellington on Friday night, 24th inst., -with a view to forming a branch of the A.P.D.A. Mr. W. M. Hadgwick, representing the Council, will be the chief speaker.

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EAST SYDNEY BRANCH, No. 24. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

EAST SYDNEY BRANCH, No. 24. This branch held a meeting on Friday lost, in the Presbyterian Mission Hall, Palmer\x=req-\ street, Woolloomooloo, Mr. "VP. *\V. Bourke being in the chair, there being a large and enthusiastic gathering present. The chairman Baid ho "was pleased to be able to inform the meeting that 111 had enrolled themselves as members, and there was every prospect of a large number joining at the nest meeting. The following officers wero appointed:—President, Mr. D. McKinnon; Yice-Presidents, Messrs. Jones, J.P., and Knight, J.P.; treasurer, Mr. J; Nicliolls; secretary, pro. tem, Mr. Jelp; committee, Mesdames Robins and McNeil, Messrs. J. James, "W. Burke, P. Robins, H. Taylor, S. L. Prew, H. Hodges, A. Martin, Keene, Hutton, and Thomas. Auditors, Messrs. H. Taylor and Davidson. Press secretary, H. Taylor, and representative to General Council, Mr. "W. Bourko. A#vote of thanks wob passed to Mr. W. Bourke for his efforts in'tlio establishment of the branch. .

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PETERSHAM BBANCH, No. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

PETERSHAM BBANCH, No. 2G. Ihe first meeting of the nowly-tormed Petersham branch of the A.P.D.A, was held on Friday, 10th inst., in the Church of Christ. Mr. A. E. Hlingworth occupied the chair for the first part of the meeting:, after whtch the President elect, Mr. Matthew Dixon, presided. The election of officers resulted aB follows:— President, Mr. Matthew Dixon; Vice-Presidents, Messrs. Truscott and Miller; hon. secretary, Mr. T. W. Hampson; "hon. treasurer, Mr. T. Buggies. Committee: Messrs. Puddicombe, Pritchard, Hadley, Hood, Copeman, Lewis; Mesdames Eden, Arnold, Hudson, Courtman; Misses Copeman and McEwan. The election of representative to the Council was left over until next meeting. A rote of thanks was accorded to members of the Dulwich Hill Branch for their presence. Mr. Hoskins responded. Votes of thanks was also accorded to Miss Hadley, Hampson and Pritchard, for organising the successful meeting in the Town Hall, and to Mr. Hlingworth and committee of Church of Chris...

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PYRMONT AND ULTIMO BRANCH, No. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 25 October 1902

. PYRMONT AND ULTIMO BRANCH, So. 19. The usual monthly meeting of this Branch was held in St. Bartholomew's school hall, Point-street, on Tuesday evening, October 14. Rev. James Buchan, vice-president, in the chair. After the general business of the Branch had been disposed of, and 42 members were proposed and accepted, the Chairman gave a very interesting address on the objects of the Association, referring to the great meeting in the Sydney Town-hall on the previous night, drawing the attention of the meeting to the doings of the Roman Catholic Church, and requesting those present to give their special attention to the great principles of Protestantism. A special programme was then proceeded with. Miss Grace Tilley presided at the piano, and the following members contributed items :—Miss Amors, recitation: Miss Saunders, recitation; Miss Ruby Jones, song; Miss G. Tilley, song ; Miss J. R. Sampson, song; Mr. W. Lloyd, song ; Mr. C. King, song; Mr. T. Cromack, song; all the contribu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 October 1902

TEAS . . COFFEES COCOAS JL Baking Powder . . SIGNAL. 534 George-street, I Opposite Town Hall, I SYDN6Y.

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The Sydney Police Force Utterly Demoralised. OBSOLETE METHODS. No. VII. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 October 1902

The Sydney Police Force Utterly Demoralised. OBSOLETE METHODS. v No. VII. If evidence were required to justify our exposure of the demoralised condition of our police forces, particularly in the Metropolitan district, more tliau enough has been furnished by the feeling of horror that has been awakened in the community; and the feeling of revulsion, becoming stronger every day against the controlling authorities. Readers of our articles, who were at first incredulous, have, as the resulf of enquiries, declared that the real i state of the force is far worse even than we j have represented it, and several constables i have assured us that they are prepared to: substantiate every statement that we have i made, and even to furnish evidence of a state of corruption that we hadn't dreamt of. It seems to have been very widely believed that there are some in the force who are in the pay of publicans, prostitutes, thieves, and such like; but the general body of^the men are believed to be rel...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MARRICKVILLE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 October 1902

MAERICKVXLLE BRANCH.. A meeting was held in the Congregational School Hall, Marrickville, on Monday evening last, for the purpose of establishing a branch of the AJP.D.A. Dr. Roseby occupied the chair, and made a telling address on the necessity of Protestant organisation, referring particularly to the insidious attempt that was , being made by the R.C. hierarchy to get control of education. He pointed out' that the same battle that we are fighting in N.S.W. was ; being fought in England at the present time. ■ Dr. Dill Macky, who was enthusiastically ; received, made a lengthy speech, in which he i pointed out the origin, aims, and necessity of ; the A.P.D.A. organisation. During the speech the Dr. was frequently applauded. At the close of his speech Mr. McLean, M.L.A., moved, and Mr. Haves seconded, that a branch of the A.P.D.A. be formed, to be called the Marrickville Branch, No. 33. Over 159 names were given in. A collection was takenup for the campaign fund.

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Boycotting Protestants. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 October 1902

Boycotting Protestants. A leading1 firm in Redfern has had the fact of a Papist boycott brought home to them in a very substantial way. On referring to their books they found the Papists who had been dealing with them (in some cases for l.i or 20 years) had almost completely withdrawn their custom during the last year. Protestant tradesmen look up your books and see liow fur this boycott affects you, and write to the "Watchman." We want to show how far this insidious weapon has been used in our State, and as Rome only works in the dark because her deeds arc evil, this information can only be gathered by each one sending their reports to a common centre where it may be brought to light.

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