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The Choir Gallery [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 March 1902

The Choir Gallery • The singing of the Pitt-street Corigrega&inal Church at the harvest festival lost Sunday was, as i« usual with this fine choir, all that ^he most fastidious could desire. The brilliant * array of soloists included Mrs. Truscott, Miss Mary Robinson, Miss Julie Davis. Miss Buby Bow ring, Mr. A. R. Richards, Mr. W. H. Colyer,' and Master Keith Kennedy. Miss Lilian Frost presided at the organ, and Mr. W; F. Oolyer, who has done so much to build up this choir, was in his customary place as conductor. Mr. A. E. HilI.;>ujoyed his brief N.Z. trip very much. Mr. Tmi'a characteristic Cantata Hinemoa55 is very popular with Maoriland musical societies. ' Mr. Adams, who wrote the libretto of this sparkling work, passed through1 Sydney some time ago, on his way back from China, where he had been acting as special war correspondent for the " Otago Daily Times." Apropos of Mr. Hill's work in the cantata school, it is rumoured that he has another can tata on. the stock...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ST. PATRICK'S DAY. To the Editor of "The Watchman." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 March 1902

ST. PATRICK'S DAT. To the Editor of " The Watchman." Dear Sir,—As a subscriber to your paper I shall esteem it a favour if you will kindly publish the • following. Now, sir, I wish to strongly protest against the action of our Government in proclaiming St., Patrick's day a public holiday. ,1 may state that I have not seen it gazetted yet, but in advertising their sports in Saturday's D. Telegraph they distinctly state that it is a public holiday. Are we as Protestants to stand by like a lot of cowards and allow the O'Sulhvan-Crick party to do just as they like. I Bay 110, let tliis be the first action of our new Defence Association to protest in a proper manner. I would suggest that this be taken up at once, and a public meeting be held .in the Town Hall, and that the most prominent busineBB people, the members of the Chamber of Commerce, and all the Protestant Members of Parliament, not forgetting the Labour leader, be in* vited to attend, and then we shall know who are with us or ...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
What Christian' Endeavor is Doing [All Christian Endeavourere are cordially invited to forward reports and items for this column to the Editor.] [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 March 1902

What Christian5 Endeavor is Doing [All Christian Endeavourere are cordially invited to forward reports and itemd for this column to the Editor.ll Mr. Henry Pain, travelling Organising ^ec - rotaiy, has just returned from a fortnight's visit to Newcastle and district. During the time he spent in the North, Mr. Pain visited oil the Societies in the outlying districts, and as a result a new Methodist Society was formed at Adamstown, and two were re-organised, viz., the Methodist Societies of Old Racecourse and West Wallsend. A new Junior Society was also discovered in Charlestown. The West Wallsend Presbyterian Society is in recess, and will probably, not resume its meetings until the Easter vacation is ended. This Society is feeling keenly the loss ■ of its minister, Bev. W. Powell, who is at present on a visit to England. From observations taken during his stay, Mr. Pain is of opinion that four Young Peoples', and as many Junior Societies should exist in Wallsend. At Lambton the Cong...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A GOOD SUGGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 March 1902

A Good Suggestion. I have received from B almoin Branch) a reso lution passed at last meeting. " That a meeting of all IheBranches of the Association beheld in the Protectant Sail, Sydney" They ask ine^if possible, to arrange for same. I am of opinion a gathering of this kind would be an inspiration to thifl growing movement. I would ask all secretaries to place .this matter before their several Branches and let me know the result as early as possible. J. Naibn, Organising Secretary.

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 March 1902

CLIFTON'S LILYWHITE STARCH. FREE Ff{0ty ALL ADULTERATION.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 March 1902

'S STUDIOS KING STREET ARCADE, SYDNEY. , , , To be ensured of a good dims of PHOTOGRAPH ait to CREEUTAH'S. gjttt i* uro taken by tie Frimaptd of the Finn.

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The Protestant Watchtower. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 March 1902

The Protestant Watchtower. South Coast Heretics—. Have always presented a hard case for "Mother ChurchV to deal with. They are mostly Cromwellian English; John Knox Scotts and North of Ireland Protestants. It was down there that the Kiama ghost " scared the faithful" almost out of their senses. The "ghost" didn't care anything for holy water, scapulars, or even the Pope. * * " * * 4 The Purple Robe."— It was at Kiama that this very dreadful heretic book was detected in the School of Arts library by the vigilant local shepherd of the "true Church,'* and denounced in terms of considerable energy. This roused not only heretic curiosity, but even many of the " faithful" tugged at the telher that held them from the forbidden book, and read it until they could nearly recite its contents to His Reverence. It boomed the book immensely. * • * * The Protestant Mission— This mission has been attended by not a few of the South Coast Boman Catholics and with saving benefit to some. The pastoral ...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 March 1902

Subscribers to the ""Watchman" will please note under "Business Notice" that all sub scriptions must be prepaid. Postal orders or stamps should be forwarded to the Business Manager, " "Watchman," 35 Victoria Markets, York-street. Milton h. partridge, r.d„ •DENTAL SURGEON, Comer of George and Hunter Streets (over Willows " and Clapham), Specialist in jGoldfiUings, etc. Painless Extractions; Hours: 0 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. BLUE ilOUNTAINS, WOODFORD house, WOODFORD, Mrs. G. Walker. IB Villi 111IIKIT reliable SPECTACLES go to lr lull fffllll HAWKSFORD. 270 Pitt-street, Sydney. Hie only practical Spectacle Maker in Sydney. WVPOD watchmaker and JEWELLER, ■ l\blllt| M Geo rye-street IflDO KIJtTC Surgical Corset aad Belt Maker, ItIIIob rA I C| an george street. G. LOVELY & SONS, BA&^P,STT We are now conducting Funeral Business at [Cheaper Rates than any other similar establishment in Sydney or Suburbs. Embalming, ob practised by us, ib a pronounced success. See Pamphlet issued on...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Correspondence. THE END AND THE MEANS To the Editor of the "Watchman." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 March 1902

Correspondence. THE END AND THE MEANS To the Editor of the " Watchman." Sir,—A common charge levelled against the Jesuit Order is that they adopt the principle   that " the end justifies the means."   Roman Catholic friends dispute this, assert* ing that it is the most malicious of slanders aimed at the Order, and that no Roman' Catholic holding to such a maxim could remain in the fold, and that no order of men within the Church could promulgate such an outrage on the moral law, without incurring excom munication. Yet, nevertheless, we find outside of Frotestanism leaders of the Roman Catholic Church—cardinals and, bishops—protesting against the Order. In Belgium the prelates of the church, whilst ottering the right of asylum to the Jesuits, forbid them doing missionary and priestly work. . In France the Bishop of Dijon has prohib ited them from hearing confession or saying mass. The Cardinal-Archbishop of Paris has inhibited them from preaching in churches...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Ritualism. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 15 March 1902

Ritualism. At the risk of offending some ,of our friends who worship with us under the Protestant banner we have a few words to say on the sub-1 ject of Ritualism. We do not desire to at once regard Ritualists as enemies to the cause we have at heart, viz., the defence of Protes tantism against all foes, but we must be pardoned if, under the circumstances, we regard them as a danger requiring at least some special care. The best friends of ritualism must admit that there is a strong similarity between their form of worship and that which | we so strongly condemn in Roman Catholicism, i "We may also point 'Jut that ritualism has too oftenacted as a4'halfway "house to Rome, for its presence to be thoroughly welcome in a Pro testant community. We are pleased to see that in Great Britain an agitation against ritualism is in full swing, and evidently doing good work in checking the aims and growth of this very Eernicious section. In Australia the movement as notsucceededto any appreciabl...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Household Recipes. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 15 March 1902

Household Recipes. Quiuce Marmalade. —Peel the quinces, quarter them, and remove the cores and pips. The quarters should be placed ia cold water as they are cut to preserve the color. Place the fruit ia : a covered jar with one quart of water to every four pound of fruit, and stew in a slow oven till they are quite tender aud a bright red color. Then weigh the fruit, and to every pound of fruit.allow three-quarters of a pound of loaf sugar. Place the fruit in a preserving pan, aud boU gently until it is soft, stirriug all the time. Add the sugar and bring the preserve to tne boil. Let it boil gently for thirty minutes, stirriug carefully all the time. Then bottle for use. Tomato Jam.—Take tomatoes not quite riP0 —the green ones are best—wipe with a clot11* and remove the stems. Put iuto a preserving pan, allowing half a pound of white sugar for every pound of fruit, and a little water for syrup. Slice aud add one lemon for each two pounds of fruit. Boil uutil thoroughly done, and th...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRIZE COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 15 March 1902

PRIZE COMPETITION. The Book Prize this week will he for tlte best riddk in rhvme. "Winners of Prizes should call at '* The "Watchman " office, 35 Victoria Markets, where their prizes await them.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Little Folks RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 15 March 1902

Our Little Folks [Conducted by "Auntie."] RULES. 1. Writers must bo. between the ages of six and fifteen, and must state their ages when writing. 2. Writers to "Auntie " inast "write on one side of the paper only. 3. Letters may bo upon any subject of interest to tho writer—short stories about their pets, accounts of their amusements and iwjeutioas, favourite toys, etc. 4. Letters mud be written by the children them selves. • ...... 5. Address all letters to""Auntie," c/o. "Watch man'* Office, 35 Queen Victoria Markets. York-street. * * # # Ocean-street, Kogarali, let March, 1902. Dear Auntie,— I am verj interested in "Tli9 Watchman," especially the Little Folks1 Column. I always look for father to bring it home. Will you have me for one of your nieces ? I am eleven years old. I have no pet animals, but I have a yellow-crested canary, and its mate died a short time ago. Another of my amusements is a veiy pretty dolls' bedstead, which my father made for me, and my cousin Hilda dresse...

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For Sunday Afternoon. "LIGHT ON A HIDDEN WAY." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 15 March 1902

For Sunday Afternoon. l&ilGHT ON A HIDDEN WAT." . By Boiieut Coi.i.yeh. " The Book of Job," says Thomas Carlyle, "is one of tlie grandest tliiugs ever written with a pen; our tir»t statement, in books, of the problem of the destiny of man, and the ■way God takes with liiin on this earth; grand in its simplicity and epic melody, sublime in its sorrow and reconciliation; a choral meloily old as the heart of man, soft as the summer mid night, wonderful as tine world with its seas and stars; and there is no other tluug, in the Bible or out of it, of equal literary merit," It is not possible now to tell whether the book is a real history, or a sort of Oriental drama. The question is one that will always keep the critics hard at work, so long as there are rational, Arid what ought in all fairness to be called not rational, schools in theology. But, whatever the truth may bo, this is clear, that, when Job , put the question I have taken for a text, he •was as far down in the world ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Tale of the Road. (All Rights Reserved.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 15 March 1902

A Tale of tUe Iioad, {All Rights Reserved.) "AiJ aboard there," shouted the driver. "All aboard," answered a 'stumpy, man standing in the middle of the dusty road, behind the coach, "and don't forget, to leave the sacks at Tlirolly's, Jim," he added. " Right," shouted the driver, and with a sliarp crack of his whip he started his horses off at n smart " pace. The coach was fairly well loaded, but the animals wore fresh, and did not seem to mind. The driver was a big angular-looking man, with a rather pleasant expression on his suuburut face. "Comfortable there, miss," lie asked a passenger sitting on the box beside him, "Yes, thank you." The speaker was a tall, slight, pale faced girl, a little over 20, with dark hair, and wonderful dark eyes. She was neatly dressed, in navy serge, with a large wliite hat, to which was attached a white veil, which fluttered in the hot breeze. Next to Iter sat a sharp-faced shrewd-looking business man, clothed in a grey suit, with a grey hat, whereon...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 15 March 1902

CLIFTON'S LILYWHITE STARCH. FREE FHOM ALL ADULTERATION.

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Woman's Column. ["Esther" will be glad to receive and answer any communications addressed to her, care of the Editor, 264 Pitt-street.] [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 15 March 1902

Woman's Column. [" Esther " will be glad to receive and answer any com munications addressed to her, care of tba Editor, 204 Pitt-street.] Dear Dorcas,— While liaviug aftemoon-tea with a friend tlie other day, I saw a charming device for making tea. First, there is a little silver ball riddled with small holes, and in it some tea is placed. There is a chain attached, by which the ball is field in a tea cup while boiling water is being poured in. In a minute or two that cupful of tea is ready. The only discomfort to this ideal process is that, to be perfect, the tea must be changed for every cup, and in a large company such changing would be tedious and unprofitable. But, ah me! What a difference there was in that tea I had the other day, to the tanning of the usual half-exhaused teappt. I have 6een a spoon for the same purpose in the shops, but not the ball and chain idea, which is American, I hear, and certainly looks prettier than the rather clumsy spoon. The drapers' windows are ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 15 March 1902

WHEELMAN'S STUDIOS KING STREET ARCADE, SYDNEY. To 1)0 ensured of u good class of PHOTOGRAPH ait to OREELMAN'S. Bittern are tukeu 1>J* tho'Principal of tlic Finn.

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Infallibility. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 15 March 1902

Infallibility. This is a huge assumption. A3 our readers know it was the claim of the Church of Rome— and now, of the Pope. It is therefore well that the question should be«asked, u What does the possession of Infallibility involve ? " In reply, it may be affirmed that there can be no variety, and certainly no uncertainty or contra diction where there is infallibility. On the assumption of infallibility the Church of Home offers absolute rest to all seekers after truth. She dares to say what only One could truly say, because He, and He alone had the capa city to make good the challenge. Said Christ: "Come unto Me, and you shall have rest." He is the Infallible Guide, and may be im plicitly followed, and in following Him men in all ages have found rest, perfect and. pro found. Home assumes the role of safe guide—infal lible teacher in all matters of faith and prac tice. She is, and always has been, right. To receive her moral aud religious teaching, and obey, is to be in the time way...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 15 March 1902

MXLT°N H" PASTRIDgl^ SURGEON, Comer of George and Hunter Streets (over Willows and Clapham), Specialist in iGoldfillings, ctc. Puinlcns Extraction!!. Hours: 9 a-ro. to 5.30 p.m. BLUE HOUNTAINS, WOODFORD HOUSE, WOODFORD, Mrs. O. Walket. IP vnil UfAUT RELIABLE SPECTACLES e» 1» If YUU WAN I hawksford, 210 Pitt-stccet, Sydney. The only practical Spectacle Maker in Sydney. Wi/pnn WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER, • IVCntl) Ml George-street unn. niTC Sunrical Corset aad Belt Maker, In no. rAI t, 511 GEORGE STREET. G. LOVELY & SONS, "ST ROCKDALE ^COLLEGE sydney. r REVSC-TRJRSCiniBAI Principal. 4 A HIGH-CLASS BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS. The ColJege is charmingly situated in its own park grounds of 13 acreB on the heights of Rockdale. Boys re ceive individual tea ching and personal explanation of their Jessons. Fees for Boarders, from £9 9s per term. All sub jects,laundry, mend ing, etc. Established ten years. Prospec tus on application to the Principal. Tele phone, 49 R. We are now conducting ...

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