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Correspondence. (We do not hold ourselves responsible for the [?] our correspondents.) A PUBLICAN ON DRINK. To the Editor of "The Watchman." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 29 March 1902

Correspondence. ' (We do not hold oureelrct retponnhle for the vita* o ■ ' oiir correppondents.) • A PUBLICAN ON DRINK. . . Toithe Editor of " The Watchman." Sir,—I enclose a couple of extracts froiii'{The Southern Cross," of lSthDee., 1901. This is a Melbourne newspaper t,a weekly 'journal of religious literature), In the ".News of the : week,", it says: u what may bo called the average publican mind is admirably . expressed in a speech recently addressed to a meeting of - liquor-dealt'is in Ohio by the president of tlie Ohio Liquor League. He delivered himself thus:—u The success of our * business is dependent largely upon the creation of appetite for drink. Men who drink liquor, like other men will die, and if there is 110 new appetitecreated,eoifer» will be empty. The open i field for the creation of this api>etite is amongst the boys. After men have grown and their habits are formed in this legard, they rarely ever change. ■_ It will be needful, tuerefore, thatmissiouuvy wor...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wanted, Agents. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 29 March 1902

Wanted, Agents. we nave aeciaea to appoint one Agcnc ^xjaay preferred) in every Church where " The Watch man " is welcomed. Her duties will be to correspond with the Editor, sending notices of meetings, and other business connected with the Church, etc., and also to canvass for sub scribers to this paper. ^Remuneration of 25 per centi will be allowed for all subscriptions or donations, sent in. For further particulars, applications should be addressedto • Bev. Db. Dill aucky. .

Publication Title: Watchman
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TOWARDS ZION. To the Editor of "The Watchman." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 29 March 1902

TOWARDS J5ION. To the Editor of '1 The Watchman." Dear Sir,—The movement towards Zion, and all its attractive certainties, has engaged my mind for many years. It was in *69 when I first recognised that the occupiers of Pales tine pre not the rightful owners, but have. " jumped the claim." Being a mariner I was not much at-home, and at sea iuy Bible was almost my only book, and I was drawn to the prophets. A strange fascination also drew me at eveiy chance to items of International inter est to see if aught I had noted in prophecy was fulfilling. By the time the Jew baiting and Jew hunting in Russia and Germany came on, my mind was ready to receive the truth of the words in Jer. 16-10, " Behold, I will send for many fishers, saith the Lord, andthoy shall fiBh them: and aiteu will I send for many hunters, and they shall hunt them from every hill, and out of the holes in the rocks." So "Ben Hut" is quite right in his conclu sions, the sum of which is, that vested inter ests will hold t...

Publication Title: Watchman
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How the World Wags. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 29 March 1902

How the World Wags. By Ajtous. I beg to draw attention to the unemployed citizens' great demonstration at the Sydney Town Hall to-night (Thursday). The meeting will commence at 7 p.m., and the Mayjr has promised to preside. The speakers will include Commonwealth nud State Ministers, Labour Representatives, emiueut Divines, promiuent Unionists, and others, who will give their views of the best methods of solving the unemployed problem. Subscriptions and donations towards the funds for propagation and Demonstration' should be addressed to the Hon. Crcosurers, Mr. "Win. Lloyd, " Nunda," Louisa-road, Balmain, and Mr. Johu Steel, niauager The Australian Paper Co., Sydney. Mr. V. Jenkyn, Secretary of the Juvenile Smoking Suppression Society, hus left Syduev for the Hawkesbury Agricultural College, en tering there as a student for Agriculture. Mr. Jenkyn wishes it to. lie thoroughly understood that though he has taken this step he still holds the position of Secretary of the J.S S.S., and ...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 29 March 1902

Business ^(©feiee. The Watchman, a Weekly Journal of Social, Political, and Religious Progress. Published every IViday. Office: a5 Queen Victoria Markets, York-street, Sydney. Telephone No. 2564. . Subscribers* Terms. Yearly • .. .. 4s. 4d. Half-yearly • .. • .. 2a. 2d. Quarterly .. .. - . • Is. Id. The above terms are subject to revision if the Federal I Postage Bill comes into operation, and if bo, subscribers ; are kindly requested to forward the necessary postage, k The Management recommend subscribers to procure f The Watchman from tlxcir Newsagents, to whom their I subscriptions would be payable. But if tliis is incon I venient, they may apply direct to The "Watchman ' Office. I All subscriptions must be. prepaid, and will be (acknowledged in tliis column. Please note that the last two numbers for which a subscription has been paid will be enclosed in BED OA wrappers as a reminder that the subscription for the f i ensuing term is then due, and no further copies will be , , sen...

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Rome and the Press. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 29 March 1902

Rome and the Press. Rome is always exceptionally clever, yet business-like -withal in lier methods of keeping in touch with the public mind. Her astute ways ways are worldly-wise to a degree. The temples and shrines of old time heathendom were con spicuously placed on hill tops, sacred grottos were buried in mountain solitndes, and magnificent temples were erected in centres of p jpulation. The lieirof heathendom, modem Rome, plants chapels on the hill-tops pf Australia,,wonder working grottos and miraculous Australian Lourdes, are likely to appear in the near future, whilst largo churches and cathedral fanes are reared . in the cities of our land. Some knows full well how to appeal to the eye, and her carefully carried out campaign to fasten herself'upon'the human mind is equally complete. The newspaper press of the world lias been laid seige to 'by modern Romanism, and her triumphs are remarkable. In the early days of the Jesuit revival, of the nineteenth century, schools for repo...

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News of the Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 29 March 1902

News of the Churches. Bev. W. G. Taylor, of the Central Methodist Mission, reports good progress from Warwick, Queensland! During the week he has held several meetings at Brisbane and Warwick, and the roll of converts stands at 80. The Bev. BoberfciSdgar, of Pitt Town, has been granted a month's leave of absence by his flock with a view to accelerating his recovery from a severe indisposition. The standing committee of the Presbyterian Church General Assembly 'will begin their quarterly meetings on April 1. | ^Special arrangements have been made lor Good Friday at Wesley Church. The Bev. J. Nairn will preach at 11 and at 8 p.m., will give a recital assisted by several soloists, and Messrs. Beyer and Lewis, who will show 150 views illustrative of the recital. On Easter Sunday Mr. Nairn will preach at Wesley Church both morning and evening (11 and 7.15). [Country visitors are specially i invited. I At the meeting of St. Silas* Young Men's Institute, on Monday week, a mock municipal el...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE Watchman [?] [?] SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1[?]02. THE UNION OF PROTESTANT CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 29 March 1902

SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1102. THE UNION OP PEOTESTANT CHURCHES. It is a common remark, now-a-days, that " Union ifl in the air." "We are glad to know that it is more than " in the air." It is in the earth, and is in a few instances, at least, an accomplished fact. In Scotland the Free and the TJ.P. (United Presbyterian) Churches have ■united, and there are indications that, before • long, the Established Church of Scotland will \ be included Jn the Union, so that once again this home of Presbyterianism (Scotland), in the ;> BritishIsles, "will present to the world a solid phalanx, without division or separation. In Australia, also, there has been a drawing • together of Presbyterian forces. Last year the Churches of the different States, united under the name of the Presbyterian Church of Aus tralia, and at a memorable meeting held in the Town Hall, Sydney, on "Wednesday, the 24th of July, 1901, the then Moderators of the Presbyterian Churches of N.S.W., "Victoria, Queensland, South ...

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Notes and Comments. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 29 March 1902

Notes and Comments. One still meets about town tlie man who 11 sees no need " for a Protestant newspaper and complains bitterly that by defending our selves from Popish onslaughts we are only grousing sectarian bitterness! Sometimes ho comes in the form of a very self-satisfied gene ral agent, sometimes as a well-meaning mem ber of an aristocratic church, and sometimes, | also, as a learned pedagogue who would cou | sider it infra dig . to indulge in controversy of any description. 13ut under whatever heading ■we find him, his arguments are always the same, and, now we uoine to think of it, have been used by generations of similar gentleman before him. "If," he says,. " we attonpt to oppose the strategies of our Jesuitical brethren they 'will love us still less and attack us still more ; let us then leave them alone to perfect their own machinations, when, finding little or no opposition they will giadually cease to en croach, and tinally we shall have 'a pretty tableau (each of us ...

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ABOUT THE CORONATION. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 29 March 1902

About the Coronation. King Edward VII. lias now graciously inti mated liis decision, not merely regarding tlie route of the Coronation processiou, but also as to the date of it. The date of the Coronation (Thursday, Juno 26) having already been made the subject of a Royal Proclamation, tho procession will take place on the followiug day —Friday, June 27. The route, as approved by the Sovereign, will be the same as that followed by the Jubilee procession live years ago—namely, the pageant will pass out of Buckingham Palace by the Sovereign's gate, turn short to the left at the head of the Mall, Siss up Constitution Hill to Hyde Park orner, along Piccadilly to the top of St. James's Street, down that thoroughfare to St. James's Palace, then to the left along Pall Mall past the National Gallery, and through Dnncannon Street to tho Strand, along that street and Fleet Street, up Ludgate Hill, round the south side of St. Paul's to Clieapside, along Clieapside, down Xing William Street, ac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 29 March 1902

"SEMPER "AIiTHAYS which. literally EADEM " TRANSLATED, means THE SAKE." TOTH IH WHY THE LION BRAND Q OP CONFECTIONERY IS SO POPULAR. $ I defy all g||^h tauTED to approach 01TICE5l6lASENCedl <j.Vowg Ke&SS nu faovrsng Confectioner. imr.T tot mnw muMuuua um. a 13 thi axxAxnr vmmm hhdcb m aBmsn. lurmuiuiui) cant r mt James Stedman,145 ^5ss? m

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 29 March 1902

• ■ - Telephone 150 For GOOD FOOTWEAR at a Low Price TRY JOHK CROPLEY & S0J<S, 800 George Street. Sydney. Illustrated Price List free. • i <;• i ; • "Nothing succeeds like Success." The Largest Bread Business South of the Equator. WILLIAM WHITE, REDFERN. Branch Factory : Ebskixeville Road, Newtown. Telephone, 1076, Central. Telephone, 367, newtown.

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London Notes. (Specially compiled for "The Watchman.") THE PRINCE'S VISIT TO THE KAISER. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 29 March 1902

London Notes. {Specially compiled for " The Watchman") Tiie Pjiixce's Visit to tiie Kaiseu. The Prince of Wales recently visited the German Emperor at Berlin, and received a wel come of the most cordial description. Indeed, the bond of blood existing between them prompted the Emperor to throw aside iu the most charming manner all stifi and stately formality, and to give the Prince a right hearty and cousinly greeting. At seven o'clock precisely the Royal train 6teomed into Lehrter station, bearing the Prince and his suite. As soon as tho Kaiser, who had been waiting some few minutes, caught sight of his cousm, he sprang forward, jumped on to the footboard, opened the door of the carriage, and kissed tho Prince of Wales on both cheeks, Blinking hands with hiui in the most hearty fashion. While such undoubted friendsliip exists between the Kaiser and our own Royal house, we can afford to treat with indifference tho contemp tible insults hurled at ub periodically by a certain section o...

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"STANDS ENGLAND WHERE SHE IS,'! To the Editor of the "Watchman." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 29 March 1902

| "STANDS ENGLAND WHEBIS SHE IS,'! To the Editor of the " Watchman." Sir,—Professor Arminius Vambery'a denun ciation of tlio Continental rago against Eng land is worthy of the widest publication^ acclamation and accentuation liy all Loyal | Protestants. Vide Iris letter:—"Tlio behaviour of Europe to-day against England is the outcome of unqualified wickedness and stupidity. The uufortunat© masses, led by sellish patrons of medieval darkness, will deeply regret when they learn that they have given assistance • in pulling down the glorious rauipart of liberty, and that they have helped to extinguish the noblest light mankind ever produced. We all; hope they will nut succeed in their diabolical work. England will issue victorious out of the present struggle. I trust that her culonies will not iorget than any liarui done to the fountain of their political existence must bring ruin to themselves." This brief but comprehensive summary of what is evidently the most stupendous con spiracy o...

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A TRIBUTE TO MR. CHAMBERLAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 29 March 1902

A Tiuuutk to Mk. Chamberlain. Tlie strongest man in Great Britain to-day is Mr. Joseph Chamberlain. The product of a commercial age,,he presents a marked contrast to his colleagues, who are the offspring of generations of law makers. Rapid of thought, prompt to act, impatient of delay, ho ad ministers a State as he would organise a factory. Mr. Chamberlain, with his patriotism neatly ruled with money columns, cynically distrustful of sentiment, dubious of the elficacy of international courtesy, and concerned only with the present and the practical, has little in common with the stately statesman, Lord Salisbury, or the scholarly man of affairs, Lord Rosebery. Both in conception and in method Mr. Chamberlain approximates more closely to the American type of politician than any other of our British statesmen of to-da3*.— Douglas Story, in "Munsey s Magazine.

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THE KAISER AND THE STRIKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 29 March 1902

The Kaiseu axd the Stiukeiis.'. . ' | That was au interesting littlo story of the Kaiser which was told the other day. His Majesty was out riding, it appears when he encountered a procession of workmen out on strike. Host n:eu in His Majesty's exalted position would have passed them by; but the Kaiser is made of different and more enquiring stuff. He summoned the leaders to his side, and with thein discussed the why aud where fore of the demonstration. That his royal sympathies were aroused is proved by his action on returning home, when he made mention of his desire that anybody wishing to spend money in decorations in honour of his birthday should instead set the money aside for the alleviation of the distress of the out-of works of Berlin. Truly a kindly wish—and worthy of a ruler.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 29 March 1902

Royaj Agricultural Show, 1902. THE Public are informed, that *V "R'FTRR'RBTTM'KNT BOOM in the fcRAND STAND RESERVE ■will this year-be conducted by the N.S.W. FRESH FOOD & ICE CO., LTD. Visitor* who at previous Exhibitions of the Society have experienced trouble and inconvenience in obtaining Refreshments on the ground may on the present occasion rely on satisfactory service. The quality of the goods supplied by the above Company is too well known to neod comment here. Sydney prices will be charged, and the Menu will be the same as at the Company's City Depots. Wesleyan Book Depot, 381 GEOBGE-ST., SYDNEY. From Apostle to Priest, by Falconer, 4/6. p. 4/11. The People and the Priest, by E. E. Welsh, 2/6, p. 2/9. In Relief of Doubt, by It. E. "Welsh, 2/G, p. 2/10. Savpnaiola, by Dr. MeHardy, 3/-, p. 3/5. Kings we have, met,— * Princes and Palaces we have Been,— . But the greatest pleasure of all is a visit to. the Earth's Treasury Basket FOR BOOTS & SHOES. EDWARD FAY, Co...

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Obiter Dicta. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 29 March 1902

- Owing to a great' rush on our advertising1 space wo have been compelled to hold over a ! host of correspondence. A Sydney lady, residing at Surry Hills, "writes to us regarding the spread of gambling among the young people of Sydney. We are quite aware of this painful cancer in the social life of our city, and "will addour mite towards stamping it out, by publishing from time to time a series of vigorous, trenchant, and out spoken articles against gambling and gambling houses. 'Arch-bishop Kelly in his "Prisoner of the Vatican " address,; manufactures history to suit B,Cr .ears. In an imaginative bit of word painting, he ladles out -praise to the.deeds of Uonstantine the Great.1-When we strip away the tinsel in which EuBebius and similar writers have decked the character of this man, we are forced to believe that there was little grand or heroic about bim except his military skill. He slew his father.in-law, and, in later days, meanly jealous of justly won laurels, he hurried his ...

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The Choir Gallery. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 29 March 1902

The Choir Gallery. The inauguration, of free organ recitals at the Town-hall is a move that has received the hearty approval of the public generally. To day, thanks to the broad-minded and liberal policy of our city fathers the people of Sydney and suburbs can go to the "civic temple" and enjoy first-class music, free, gratis, and for nothing. Even the most " practical" citizens do not always care, to go to the Domain, to be lectured to on even mundane sub jects, or have a money-box shaken just out side their ears in the vicinity of the musical rotundas there. Talking on this subject the ably-conducted ''Australasian (Municipal Journal" says:— " "We all, however, can enjoy a quiet hour seatedina comfortable hall while goo^Lmusio is Tendered by our new and wo^y organist (Mr. Arthur Mason). How demurely the folks entered the hall on the first occasion. How marked their attention as the solemn strains resounded through the grand halL There was scarcely a whisper- heard, and the playing...

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DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 29 March 1902

DAIRY PRODUCE. Butter—Creamery, 1/2 per lb. factory, 1/1 to 1/1J. • -Dairy, 1/. Pastry, /lO, /ll, 1/-. Bxook—Sides, McLean's, /8 per lb. ,, Manning's /7J, /8. .Middles, /8J, /9. ' 1 Flitches,/7,/8. * - V Shoulders, /5, /6. Onrog—N.S.W., ft\, /7f per lb. •Loaf, /8. Medium size, fl\ to /7f« New-Zealand, (bonded) /5J> /5J "Victorian, f.o.b., /7£, /7f. Eooa—Southern, 1/4 to 1/5 per doz. . Northern, 1/3 to 1/4. .New laid, 1/0,1/7, 1/8. r<iT»n—Bladider,/7. Bulk iraa, /G. Hahb—N.8.W. /i0 to /10J per lb. < New Zealand (bonded) /9, 9J. . Pottltby—Fowls: Hens, 2/6, 2/9 3/- per pair. „ Boosters, 2/9, 3/-, 4/a Ducks 2/9, 3/-, 4/C. Geese, 4/C, 5/-, 6/. Turkey hens, 4/-, 5/-, 5/6. ,, cocks, 3/6, 6/-, prime, 14/-pr. FARM PEODUCE. JIaitb—Prime Tumut, 3/9, 3/10 per bushel. Northern, 3/9, 3/10 . Weevily, 3/6, 3/7. . . « Chaff—Local prime, 4/10/- to 4/15/- per ton. Uedium, 4/-J- to 4/5/-. Other quality, 3/5/- to 4/2/6 Adelaide prime, 4/-/-. to 4/5/ Oats—Prime feed, 2/11 to 3/2...

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