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The Protestant Watchtower Spain as Viewed by a Spaniard— [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 22 March 1902

The Protestant Watchtower Spain as Viewed by a Spaniard— Nay Cardill contributes a melancholy article on "Intellectual Spain." No person of emin ence in Spain but recognises the two chief fac tors in Spain's mi sen* to be too much of the priest and too much of the soldier. Not even a novel can appear without some priestly per sonage in it. In everytliing Spain sees a religious problem. Even a modern writer of distinction will hotly defend the "Holy In quisition." The sight of the wretched poverty of tin? Spanish peasants is heartrending. Many even live in caves, like animals. What they earn is deriaoite. Naturally, it is not surprising that every year 20,000 Spaniards depart for South America. The pastoral population is even more desperately poor than the peasants. A shepherd will live on a piece of bitter barley "bread a day. In many provinces they eat no meat—only cabbages and chestnuts. Schoolmasters, it is complained, die of hun ger in the streets, while any toreador with the le...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our Little Folks RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 22 March 1902

Our Little Folks [Conducted bv "Acmie.' RULES. 1. Writers must be between the ages of six and fifteen, and must state their ages wnen writing. 2. Writers to "Auntie" must write on one side of the paper only. 3. Letters may be upon any subject of interest to the writer—short stories about their pets, accounts of their amusements and D"?eations, favourite toyH, ete. 4. Letters must be written by the children them selves. f>. Address all letters to u Auntie," c/o. " Watch man '* Office, 3d Queen Victoria Markets. York-street. 78 Hereford,street, Forest Lodge, 15-3-1902. Dear Auntie,— I wish your readers to solve my puzzle— 'Tis red and 'tis purple, 'Tis finished iu green; A Xing cannot touch it, No more can a Queen. Robert "Wallace. Prize Competition*. A book prize is offered for the best solution in rhyme of the above puzzle. 18 Charles-street, Emiiore. 15th March, 1902. Bear Auntie,— I am sending you a riddle whioh I hope will be-suitable for the paper. I am 11 years old. Your lov...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Household Recipes. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 22 March 1902

Household Recipes. Cheese Sandwiches.—Cut some slices of bread into neat rounds and dry in the-oven till ' crisp. Mix together two ounces of cheese, if possible Pariuesan and Cheddar, with a table spoouful of cream, half an ounce of butter, and cayenne to taste. Put a tablesp- onful of this mixture between two croutons, press them together, and scatter chopped parsley over. Madeira Cake.—Ingredients: "Jib flour, 2£oz butter, one teaspoonful of baking pow der, two eggs. Diy the flour before the fire, odd the sugar—pounded—and baking powder; mix and then rub in the butter, mixing with two effgs well beaten. Bake in a brisk oven for half an hour in a mould. Pudding Without Eggs.—Two teacups flour, one cup bread-crumbs, one cup minced suet, one cup marmalade or any other preserve, one cup milk, one tablespoon sugar, one teaspoon carbonate of soda and a pinch of salt. Mix flour, bread-crumbs, suet, sugar and salt first, then mix the milk, jam and soda and ad<L Boil two and a h...

Publication Title: Watchman
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The Wearing of the Green SQUIB BY NILYAH. (All Rights Reserved.) "He that Is not with me is against me." Math. 12.30. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 22 March 1902

The Wearing- of the Green . Squib by Nil yah. (All Eights Reserved.) " He that Is not with me is against me." —Math. 1*2-30. Waft high your flag ye Irish of the South Proclaim jour triumph to a iist'ning world, Oli! Ireland's daughter and St. Patrick's bride The banner green this day shall see unfarl'd. Australia stands in this her dawning hour A willing gift to that fair Emerald Isle, And bows her maiden head, her Jord to please; Her recompense—his blessing and bis smilp. Australia's sons, whate'er jour race or creed, Bow at the shrine of this o'er-mastering race: For not by numbers has the day been won Yet who the secret of her triumph trace. Come yield jtmr homage nil ye hardy Scot*, Ye English sons of this bright hemisphere, Ye doughty Welsh, and men of every clime. Forget your country, for your home is here. Forget the links that bind you to the pa3tf From every mem'ry let your mind be free, And to the will of these all-powerful Celts To whom ye've yielded, let all nations see,...

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Are We Organised? [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 22 March 1902

Are We Organised? This question is an open one to Protestants, answered by a Roman Catholic yn! The Soman Catholic is proud of this answer, everybody, whether political or religious, asks this question and assures itself of the necessity of becoming organised, if it has not already taken steps to do so, the motto 'unity is strength,1 comes before us in our political struggles, the same motto arises in our religious life, yet "we as Protestants must in our denomi national life, raise the question of joining hands and becoming united, thereby acclerating the chances of organisation so much needed. The Roman Catholic comes fearlessly into the field (be it a religious or political fight) knowing the odds are against him, but he is organised and thoroughly so, the machinery is complete, no details forgotten. In the hands of experts, trained in the best of schools (Pro testant Universities). This organisation is sincere in its determination to win, it has one object—be it called religious...

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Mahuki. AN INCIDENT OF LIFE IN THE KING COUNTRY, NEW ZEALAND. (All Tights reserved.) CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 22 March 1902

Maliiiki. AN INCIDENT . OF LIFE IN THE KING 'COUNTRY, NEW ZEALAND. •by glance hacLeax. (All Tights reserved;) CHAPTER I. Poor old Mahuki en route for durance vile, with hie face and Head swathed in calico, allow ing only of a furtive glimpse of a badly damaged physiognomy escorted by a body guard of constables, and-folio wed by one of ms arcli-angels and an admiring crowd of small boys, vividly recalled to my mind .my first encounter with that redoubtable. ;Eangatira. Several years ago a kindly providence directed my stops in the pursuit of my bread and butter to the heart of the King Country^jtliat central district of the .North Island of -New Zealand, which is even yet surrounded with bo much that is awe inspiring and mysterious^; where the aboriginal natives dwell in.peace jin their remote kaingas, undisturbed by the pioneering pakehas'or_the delusions and'temptations of the native land court. ; \ Toward the close of a long summer day, as the sun was sinking behind' the western^h...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Commercial. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. The Watchman Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 22 March 1902

Commercial. FARM AND'DAIRY PRODUCE. . Tlie Watchman Office, Thursday Evening. Large supplies of forage, etc., being offered at auction sales ex Redfern, but owing to pre sent rains buyers are very cautious, and all round prices have declined. Chaff eased about 5/- per ton for best quality, mill offal falling Id per bushel. Generally stocks are in excess of demand, and probable lower prices will rule. Second grades of Wheat had slow sales, 2/8J-, 2/9£. Lucerne still remains scarce, owing to large orders being filled for War Office and horse feed 011 transports now alongside. Cir cular Heads selling 5/-/?,. 0/0/- per ton, sales slow. Oaton Hay is in good demand, 5/-, 5/4 percwt; Wheaten, 3/9,3/10. Derrick Straw selling freely at 2/1, 2/3. Honey remains scarce, and orders freety offering, 2£d, 2£d. Butter market, very weak, present rainfall hav .g been reported from various dairying centres giving fair hopes of winter supplies. Victorian Butter market having declined all export orders ...

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A Study in Faces. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 22 March 1902

A Study in Faces. By Floiiexce Kihkdy. Nowhere can we find a better time and place for this pursuit than at Redfern at six -in the evening. An artist could find there, in ten minutes, more types than he could paint in as many years; a physiognomist more study than he could get printed... It is quite a diversion to stand and waWh the faces, and these .. same faces—what a variety! The grave, the gay, tlio lively, the severe!! TiiE Wrinkled'Face*' bearing the marks of. worldly weariness. The hair-that frameB it is bleablied snow-white,-as if at some time or another the heavy frost of disappointment- had fallen on it and the sun had never again come out to meet it. The Pessimistic. Face, looking Oh! so doleful, as if it were of no use enjoying life's sweetabecause the bitters ^vould be sure to follow in greater measure. Not at all an inviting face, making one feel sure that there must be something detrimental and hurt* about, so very conspicuous are freshness and sunlight by their absen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 29 March 1902

Milton h. pabtridge, r.dm . DENTAL surgeon, Comer of George and Hunter Streets (over Willows wnil Clapham), Specialist in Goldfillings, etc. Painless Extractions. Honrs: 9 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. F. W- J0NS0N, F.I.P.S.,05MARKETST "^Shorthand, Typewriting, Book-Keeping, &c. IE VAII UfAUT RELIABLE SPECTACLES go to Ir lUU TVHn I HAWKSFORD, 270 Pitt-street, Sydney. The only practical Spectacle Maker in Sydney. « W. KERR, G. LOVELY & SONS, BAKERS, 272 pirr-s Established 1840. ROCKDALEcsCOLLEGE sydney. W ^ REV? C .T.FORSCUTT.RA] Principal. * A HIGH-CLASS BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS. The College !b charmingly situated in itB own park grounds of 13 acres' on the heights of Rockdale. Boys re ceive individual tea ching and personal explanation of their lessons. 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 K. We are now conduoting Funeral Business ' at Cheaper Rates than'...

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BOTANY BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 29 March 1902

BOTANY BRANCH. A meeting of the Botany Branch of the A.F.D.A. was held in the School of Arts hall, Dower Botany, on Thursday, March 20th. There was a large attendance of members and visitors. The chair was occupied by the Rev. J. Love, and stirring addresses were delivered by Rev. John Nairn, organizing secretary and lecturer, and Hev. Dr. Dill Maeky, President of the A.P.D.A. At the close of the meeting a goodly number of those present were enrolled as members of the Botany Branch. The meet ing concluded by singing the NatiQnal Anthem. Suburban and country districts desirous of having a branch of the A.P.D.A, established should write at once to the organizing secretary Rev. John Nairn, 84 Glossop-street, Balmain.

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The Australian Protestant Defence Association. LEICHHARDT BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 29 March 1902

The Australian Protestant Defence Association. LEICHHABDT BBANOH. The above Branch held its monthly meeting in the Presbyterian Church, on Tuesday, March 18th, when several -names were submit ted for membership. After the usual business had been transacted, a^ very interesting lec ture was delivered by Mr. F. Wright,'entitled, "Why ami! a Protestant." > The lecturer dealt with his subject in a vexy able and interesting manner, and was frequently ap plauded. Mr. Mackintosh, one of the Vice-Presidents, presided. On the motion of Mr. Reed, seconded by Mr. Bowmaker, a hearty vote of thanks was ten dered to the lecturer. :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 29 March 1902

Notice to Agents. . Henceforth the Board of Management have decided to publish " The "Watchman" eveiy Thursday. Agents will please take notice.

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What Christian Endeavor is Doing [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 29 March 1902

What Christian Endeavor is Doing A Mothers1 Society of CLE. was formed at the Pitt-street Congregational Mission Settlement, on Tuesday, March 4th. Miss Green, the Assistant-Secretaiyof N.S.W. Union, explained the Pledge, and Miss Wilson, Superintendent of N.S.W. Juniors, spoke on the "Belation of the new society to the Juniors. After the addresses the election of officers was proceeded with. The following appointments were made: Miss Horsey, president; Miss Bourne, vice president; Mrs. Colyer, secretary; Mesdames Dolan, Daly, Milford, Barry and McBurnie, look-out committee, and Mesdames Conlon, Becker, Moore, Gibbons, prayer meeting. "We start with 14 active members, beside the officers, and one honorary member. The Mothers* Society of Christian Endeavor has not "caught on " to any extent in Austral asia, though it is very popular in America, where it was first, organised to meet the need of more earnest, concerted action on the part of mothers in the training of their boys and gir...

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Modern Methods of Teaching the Old Testament. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 29 March 1902

Modern Methods of Teaching the Old Testament. Address delivered "by jRev. Professor Habfeb, D.D., at the Opening of the 29th Session of St. Andrew's College on Wed nesday, the 19th March. In entering upon my duties in the Theolo gical Hall of the Presbyterian Church of New South "Wales, I feel that both you and I must be looking forward with a certain feeling of curiosity as to what is to be the result of the new relation upon which we have entered, I as a teacher, and you as the taught. Consciously or only half consciously our minda must neces sarily be revolving such questions as these: What will be the value of the teaching given in Old Testament. subjects ? Whither will it tend? Above all the question should lie heavy upon us, Will it help to make God real to those who are being taught ? Will it do any thing to make Him seem near? The Spieixuai. Aspects of the Old Testa hest the Chief Thing. But it is nos X, but you, who must answer these questions. I can answer only for inten t...

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Household Recipes. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 29 March 1902

Household - Recipes.' •Lester Pudding.—Two cups of flour, . 1 cup sugar, £-lb sultanas, 1 teaspoon carbonate of soda, ^-pint of milk, -j-lb suet,'-a'little nutmeg ground, and little lemon peel. Mix ingre dients and boil four hours in a mould. .Serve with sugar or sauce. Milk Blanc Mange.—Pour a pint of milk into an enamelled saucepan, together with. an ounce of plain sugar, ateaspoonfulofrose-water, and a tablespoonful of castor sugar. Stir gently over a clear fire till the milk is nearly boiling, then remove from tli© fire, and stir till nearly cold ; pour into a mould which has been rinsed in cold water. Turn out the blanc mange nest day. Tea Pudding.—1 cup flour, 1 cup sugar, 1 cup suet, 1 cup currants, 1 cup raisins, 1 tea spoon cinnamon, ^-teaspoon carbonate of soda, mixed with one cup of cold tea. Boil' four hours in a mould; servo with sugar or sauce. Lemon Potato Balls.—Beat well together half a pound of cold mashed potato, half an ounce of castor sugar, one ounce of warmed ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 29 March 1902

APPRECIATION! We always welcome the visits of Customers to our Works, and we continue an open invU tatioru Their appreciation of the cleantinefs that they find and the quality of the materials used encourages us for all the extra expense and care we take in this direction* & ^ Please write for oar Booklet* " Enquire Within," Post Free. Ci6c N.S. W. FresH Food <3l Ice. Co. Limited Head Office and Refrigerating Works, Sydney

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The Editor's Letter Box. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 29 March 1902

The Editor's Letter Box. J.K.—Your B.C. Directory to hand. Please accept our most hearty thanks for saxue.' "Alma."—Quite, agree with your remarks. " Esther " is no longer a member of our staff, " Christian."—Many thanks for your good wishes. UA.,W" (Dungog).—"The Watchman's" policy includes all that you propose. , J.McN.—We received quite a host of letters on the same Bubject, and to publish all would be to fill up the entire paper. , . . Mrs. 0. (Suny Hills).—Will investigate and write a leader on the subject shortly'. A. Lloyd* Thomas.—ifanj* thanks for con tribution. Will use shortly. "" '" Eefonu.'^Touf - sentiments; hare; been expressed in even* issue of " The Watchman," therefore no need to publish your letter. " Uncle Weightman."—Will probably pub lish. • ' * "BenIsrael."—Your "Easter" artMe very acceptable. Will print.. Will gladly receive additional article. E.B. (Balmain).—Will deal with it shortly. An optimist Bays that pessimism is the faith of cowards. Strength and )vi...

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Essay on Work. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 29 March 1902

Essay on Work. "Work ioT all is the divine plan. Our Lord has shown us by example the beaufy and dignity of labour, not only of the brain, but of the hand. Nowhere in Scripture have we the picture of God in idleness. He is creating, He is planning, He is governing, He is judging, He is watching over His people with loving care; and the Son even as the Father. Christ was die greatest teacher the world ever heard, and; we may be sure, the most efficient workman at the carpenter's bench his age could show, giving the best power of His hand and brain to this humble occupation, fulfilling the injunction: " Whatsoever thy handfindeth to do, do it with all thy might" (Eccl. ix. 10), land ""Whatsoever ye do, do it heartily as unto the Lord" (Col. iii. 23). God has provided work for all, and not too much for any. It is the sluggard that makes the over-worked man or woman, nevertheless the latter is better off than the former, seeing that the sluggard is even as one already dead. The harvest-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 29 March 1902

A Perfectly-Fitting Full Set of Teetli for £2 10s. Ditto, 18-carat Gold Setting, £5, - Masticating power guaranteed. These are the Beat and Lowest in Fees that caw be made compatible with COMFORT, FAITHFUL WORKMANSHIP, and NATURAL APPEARANCE ^ OF BEAUTY. Soft plates for tender Old,- misfitting cases re modelled. Nervous patients fitted' with teetli if required without interfering with own defective natural one* or roots. The most difficult cases invited. Guaranteed Painless Extwtions by the aid of Ether, Nitrous Oxide Gas. or Local Anaesthetic. Teeth painlessly and per manently stopped. J. /. MARSHALL, DBqtist, 28 WYNYARD SQDP17 only). (One minute from G.P.O.). Tel.-167. Estab, 1879. SWAN BEOS. {JSM5STF , Swan's Wharves, ' : ■ ROZELLE, BALMAIN, Colonial & Foreign Timber Merchants. Oregon, Redwood, Blackwood, Spotted Chun, Kauri, and other Building 3£ateial at lowest prices. Large Stocks to select from. HO WAT & McPHAIL, r Tailors & General Ontfitters, Kobe an...

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Archbishop Kelly's Lecture. THE PRISONER OF THE VATICAN. VIGOROUS REPLY BY REV. T. W. DUNN. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 29 March 1902

Archbishop Kelly's Lecture. THE PRISONER OF THE VATICAN. VIGOROUS REPLY BY REV. T. W. DUNN. Newtown Presbyterian Church was crowded last two Sabbath. evenings to hear a reply to l>r. Kelly's lecture on tie "Prisoner of the Vatican." "The title" said tie lecturer, was simply absurd, the Pope was no more a prisoner than Dr. Kelly. The Pope was perfectly free to do what he pleased—except get married. Dr. Kelly might speak of himself as a prisoner in the same sense. I sent Him a cordial and kindly invitation to this service, he has not turned up; he might say, " Oh I cannot, it is against my principles to attend a heretical place of worship. 1 am a prisoner of duty." I can assure you, friends, it is a very com fortable prison. Go to Borne and look upon that " prison?" A magnificent palace, a seat of regal Majesty, which the king of the richest and most populous empire of the world might envy. There you wifl see Cardinals in most gorgeous vestments, and servants in most cent liveries ...

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