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Personal and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 April 1902

Personal and Otherwise. Mr. Lionel Lindsay, Melbourne's "Black and White V artist, is going for a tour through sunny Spain. Bishop Eiley, from "Westralia, passed tlirougli Sydney' recently 011 liis way to tlie Coronation. Goorgo Roid says the worst of being a Premier is that you're expected to remain awake through official functions and speeches. Senator Neild, the most ferocious warrior of them all'is a conspicuous N.S.W. Orangeman, but once he publicly prayed for the Pope. Perhaps it was at election time. If Premier Barton goes to the Corouation ceremony, he should be voted a big allowance, so as to do the thing, haudsoiuely. It would never do for Australia to get strauded in London. A Mr. Dreyfus is at present staying at the .Hotel Australin. He is no relation to the martyred military man that Franco tortured in the Devil's Island. Rov. J. Gibb, minister of the First Church in Dunedin and Moderator of the Otago Presbytery, jn a recent issue of the "Outlook" records under the titl...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Modern Methods of Teaching the Old Testament. (Continued from last week.) II.—THEORY THAT NON-CONTEMPORAHY NARRATIVES TELL US THE IMPRESSIONS OF THEIR AUTHORS ONLY. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 April 1902

Modern Methods of Teaching' the Old Testament. Address delivered by Rev. Professor Harper, D.D., at thu Opening of tlie 29th Session of St. Andrew's College on "Wednesday, the 19 th March. (Continued from hut iceek.) H.—THEORY THAT NON-CONTEM\x=req-\ POEAHY NARRATIVES TELL US THE IMPRESSIONS OF THEIR AUTHORS ONLY. (2). The second disease is the theory, that narratives which are not contemporary with the events are of no value as witnesses to the facts of the past. They give us, it is 6aid, only the impressions of the time when they were ■ written, and are evidence only as to the thoughts of men at that time. After having long wrought Ijavoc in Old Testament histoiy, this irrational theory has appeared in its worst form in the criticism of the New Testament. Mr. Moffat in his new book on the New Testament calmly lays it down that even in narratives of the second generation of Christians we have records of impressions only, not of facts. I have called this an irrational theoiy, and su...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Education in Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 April 1902

Education in Ireland. Ill our next issue we will publish a most interesting article by Mr. J. F. McCarthy, B.A., T.C.D., baiTiBter-nt-lnw, on the subject of " Education in Ireland." It deals in a most trenchant manner with tlie selfish priesthood of Ireland. The Rev. Tremayno Dunstan, of Sydney, preached on Suudav, -29th March,, at both services of tlie Moray Place Congregational Church, Dunedin, N.Z. At the evening service he spoke on the life work of Cecil Rhodes, and in the course of his remarks, related several personal incidents of the deceased statesman.

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The Australian Protestant Defence Association. GBANVILLE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 April 1902

The Australian Protestant Defence Association. GBANVILLE BRANCH. The monthly meeting of the Granville branch of the Association was held in the Congregational schoolroom on Friday, April 4 th, under tlie presidency of the Rev. Hugh Wilson. The following is the newly appointed committee : President, Rev. Hugh Wilson; Vice Presidents, Messrs. J. C. Bruce and C. Brown; secretary, Eev. T. E. Peirce; treasurer, Mrs. S. McKenzie; tyler, Mr. J. Henley; assistant\x=req-\ secretary, Miss K. Hill. Messrs. W. Ferguson, E. S. Thomas, T. Haigh, E. Dunkley, A. T. Poulton, J. Davidson, A. E. Fletcher, J. McFarlane, G. Patten, A. Hunt, Cr. McKenzie, and L. Proudlock. Twenty-eight new members "were elected, bringing the membership up to 162. It was resolved that at next meeting a conference should take place on the question of State aid to sectarian schools, to be ^opened by tlie Secretary. • " Rev. J. Nairn's lecture ou "The Scottish Covenanters," given in the Granville Town-hall, on Wednesday, Mar...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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News of the Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 April 1902

News of the Churches. Mrs. Alex. Gray, u Clnrouue Cottage," Faber-street, AVoollahra, lias boon appointed our agent to tlio Woollnhra Presbyterian Church. Miss Alice Sutton, of Picton, has been appointed agent for " The "Watchman ". in the Presbyterian Church, Picton. Miss Florence Balgarnie, the English Temperance advocate, delivered au address on " The good Samaritan up to date" at she Protestant Hall last Sunday evening. Mr. F. E. McLean, M.P., presided over a large gathering. Be v. Henry Gainford preached on "The dying words of Cecil Bliodes " at the Balmaiu Congregational Church last Sunday evening. He paid a warm tribute of respect to the memory of the great statesman, who had done so much to promote the welfare and best interests of the British Empire. The rev. gentleman referred to the youth of Cecil Bhodes when, in addition to his ordinary daily toil, he left no stone unturned to add to his knowledge and education in order to qualify for the aims he had in view. The Chalmer...

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THE Watchman [?] [?] SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1902. THE ADVOCACY OF MEDIEVAL IGNORANCE BY ARCHBISHOP KELLY. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 April 1902

SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1102. THE ADVOCACY OF MEDIEVAL IGNORANCE BY AliCHBISHOP KELLY. Our readers will doubtless remember that "before Cardinal Monro ceased liis work here, and sought the more congenial atmosphere of Home,, he was referred to in more than one quarter, as the man who had done Jus best to j stir up religious rancour and strife throughout I the whole of Australasia. Hopes were, everywhere, indulged in that his successor would abandon the pernicious system of bigoted intolerance which had marked the Cardinal's period, of office, and that, under this new government, a more enlightened policy would prevaiL It is with regret we are forced to recognise that these hopes have now been rudely crushed, and that the present ruler of. the Boman Catholic Church, in Australia, appears to be in a fair way of out-Cardinalising the Cardinal. It is unfortunately evident that the policy commenced by Cardinal Moran is not to be discontinued, but that there is to be added thereto a blindfold...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 April 1902

Ill IF YOU ARE, PARTICULAR •boat the qo&lity of your Mills ose only oor Pasteurised MilR It is Par«i Cl««n» and Rich in Cream. "Nothing added » nothing abstracted/'— this jj we Guarantee. Send us your order. £3 &/>e N.S.W. FresH Food <21 Ice Co. Ltd. jJ I—^—B——B35B—B—|BHt— lit I H

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The Protestant Watchtower. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 April 1902

The Protestant Watclitower. The St Patrick's Day Banquet— "We have a few more tilings to say of this unique banquet, and its orators ore tfo leave tho subject, It is the first time that "slim" priests and their lay satellites luivo worked off on the general public a *' first of April" trick on the 17th of March; and we will take all sorts of rare that the Jesuit trick is not repeated. Protestant Tools Will have to be watched as well as the astute individual that manipulate them so deftly. The shamo of it is, that the manhood and self-respect of many Protestants seem to evaporate into thin air when the "scarlet woman" smiles, or frowns upon thera. Among the foremost apologists for the Romish jincm that forced the general community into a recognition of Romish superstition, was Mr. Barton, who assorted that St. Patrick's day wns " not a sectarian, but a national holiday/' Tho utter absurdity of this notion is demon strated by tho special church services of Romanists on tliat day, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 April 1902

" Nothing succeeds like Success." The Largest Bread Business South of the Equator. WILLIAM WHITE, REDFERN. Branch Factory : Ehskineville Road, Newtowx. Telephone, 1076, Central. Telephone, 367, Newtown.

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Household Recipes. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 April 1902

Household Recipes. Dawley Porridge.—Half-pound best coarse oatmeal, seven teaspoonfuds sugar, one level teaspoonful salt, three pints water. An ordinary (pitcher) stew-jar placed into an iron saucepan is about as good a method of cooking it as can be had. It prevents burning or drying to the pan, and therefore much waste. If the stew\x=req-\ jar fits the iron pan, it will save the waste of water by keeping the steam in, and last ten or twentj' ordinary tin ones, which, being so thin, quickly burn through, especially in the ordinary open fire-grate. If boiling water s added, very quick stirring is necessary to prevent it becoming lumpy, also the more frequently it is stirred the less liability to the bitter taste often met with in tine oatmeal, The above quantities are for making a very thick porridge and sufficient for eight persons. Soup with Farmesau Crusts.—Put into a stewpan with a teaspoonful of butter and a lump of sugar a pint of celery, turnips, carrots, green leeks, onions ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Education and State Control. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 April 1902

Education and State Control Father Kelly's assertion recently that the' State had no right to tell a parent what he was to do with his children, or what should or should not, be taught is not in accord with the estimate of all civilised peoples as far back as history goes in regard to the parental duties of the State. Our Statute books are replete with laws dealing with the State control of infants. These laws do not dictate to the parent how the child shall bo trained, but simply lay down that for the purposes o* good government certain things shall not be neglected. Lycurgus for the Spartans and Solon for the Athenians held that the cliildren belonged to the State mot e than to the parent, and that they should be educated by' the State, and for it., Plato' held that the State can only advance by taking heed to the judiciously regulated instruction of the people. Past history has shown the disastrous effects of the neglect,by the State of control in educated matters. In Franco in 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 April 1902

"SEMPER WHICH, LITERALLY the EADEM," TEANSLATED.MEMK 85^=. THIH TO WHY THE LION BRAND J OP CONFECTIONERY IS SO POPULAR. | 1 defy all fo approach^ it tl'iomce51 CuMNaaJ ^a.Vowg Ketff S! ufciTfiD facturing Confectioner. ntr.T m« totbbt nmuungiB unsk a a c i bhhtbi fimnm with ths omunuor. uiquoidb; d Omar wz James Stedman,145 c£ 5s?

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A Lost Daughter of Israel. (All Rights Reserved.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 April 1902

A Lost Daughter of Israel. By Lily Fhoudk. (All Bights Beserved.) No fairer vision could human ©yes rest upon tlian Rachel Leir as she stood leaning pen-1 sively against the window of her father's great I drawing-room, her eyes fixed on vacancy. I The sun was sinking below the horizon, and j ere it vanished, wrapped her in a cloud of glory lighting up the oriental splendour of her dress and jewels. "Rachel, my child, are 3'ou back so soon? and how' did the rehearsal go off to-day ? " And Mrs. Levi gently caressed the girl's hand as she spoke. Rachel had not heard her mother enter the room, and she appeared startled; then controlling herself with an effort, she replied: "As usual, mother, X was much admired. They tell me this dress becomes my style because I am a Jewess, I suppose. Does •father still object to my taking the part—as Queen of Sheba ? After all, mother, she and Solomon wore human beings like ourselves, and not divine, as poor father imagin.es. It's just the an+iquity of...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence. (We do not hold ourselres responsible for the riews our correspondents.) To the Editor of "The Watchman." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 April 1902

Correspondence. (We do not hold ournelrt* rc*pon»ihle ,fur the riea* vurcorrrtjiondentn.) To the Editor of " The Watchman." , Sir,—The time foretold by holy men of God appears to have come. 2 Timothy, 4 : 3, 4. The address delivered by Professor Harper, D.D., at the opening of tho 2Uth session of St.. Andrew's College, and reported in your Inst issue hints at the tendency to give up the doc trine of plenary and verbal inspiration of the documents of scripture. This may be; but I. find no change in the 'word of God. 2 Peter 1: 21. Professor Harper states that " *lie past twenty-five years have been difficult years for any teacher of tho Old Testament. No d^ubt they have been difficult years for other teachers also; but they have been pre-eminently so for us. The results of freo historical criticism of the scriptures havo conie to be accepted as they liad not been, and almost all opinions concern ing the scriptures have thereby been cast into the melting pot." The scriptures are not a...

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A Parody on Byron's Isles of Greece. THE AISLES OF ROME. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 April 1902

A Parody 011 Byron's Isles of Greece. THE AISLES OF ROME. Tick Aisles of Home! The Aides of Rome ! "Whero burning censers oft are awung, Where saints are Avornhip'd 'ueath the dume, Where banners sway and Mass in sung. In Papal See* these uLnles havo place, But English Churches they disgrace I The vestments inany-hued and quaint— The alb, the stole, tho hood, the cojk> ; The prayers to Virgin and to saint— . These ure for tho^o who serve tho Pope. Shame ! tliut such niuinmcrioa besmirch The ritual of the English Church ! And is it no, and c-an it be, My country '! Is what we doplore Aught but a phase of idiocy 'i Is England Protestant 110 moro? Is she led captive by a man— Tho dotard of the Vatican ? Hunt we but weep o'er days more blost? Must we but blush our fathers hied ? Earth render back from out thy breast . A remnant of our martyred aead! Of all the hundreds grant but three To fight again Mackonochio K A labourer makes a bargain for the price of his work, but a lawyer simp...

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C[?]sarism, or Government by Brute Force. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 April 1902

Csesarism, or Government by Brute Force. ;; " Render therefore uiito Gusur the thing* which be. Cuaiar's, and unto God tlie things which are God's.— St. Luke 21, ver. 25. Regal Home was established about 750 years before Christ, by Romulus, and was for about 240 years ruled by kings, whose power was tempered by 300 of the most experienced citizens, known as "The Fathers," and according totheiroffice "Senators." Republic Rome at first differed slightly from Regal Rome, for two magistrates, called Consuls, armed with great power were chosen annually, although the Senate and various other departments continued as before. The Consuls had the control of the army and had the power to dissolve the Senate. For about 100 years this republic continued and almost approached perfection, so much so, that Rome set out to make herself "mistress of the world." Augustus Caesar ascended to absolute autocratic rule slowly but surely, although the later Cre6ai*s were, for the most part, imbeciles or wr...

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DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 April 1902

DAIRY PRODUCE. Puttee—Creamery, 1/3 per lb. Factory, 1/2 to 1/3. Dairy, 1/- to 1/1. Pastry,*/ll, 1/-. Bacok—Sides: Manning's JBk per lb. Middles, /9, /9A. " Flitches, /7i, jti\. Shoulders, /G. Chbise—N.S.W., loaf, /8. Medium size, /7£ to /8. Second qualify /7$. Egos—Southern, 1/6 to 1/7 per doz. Northern, 1/5 to 1/6. New laid, 1/8, 1/9, 1/10. .Lard—Bladder, /7A. Bulk tins, /7 to /7J. Hamb—N.S.W. /10 to /10J per lb. New Zealand (bonded) /9i to /10. . Poultry—Fowls: Hens, 2/9 to 3/- per pair, prime 3/6 „ Boosters, 3/6, 3/9, 4/\x=req-\ Ducks 3/-, 3/6, 3/9. Geose, 4/6, 5/G, 0/-. Turkey hens, 4/-, 4/6, 5/3. „ oocks, prime, 8/,- 10/-, 14/-. FARM PRODUCE. . Maize—Prime, 5/- per busiieL Other qualities 4/11. Weevily, 4/9 to 4/10. Chaff—Local prime, 5/5/- to 5/15/- per ton. Medium, 4/17/6 to 5/5/-. Othor quality, 4/-/- to 4/10/\x=req-\ Adelaide prime, 5/-/- to 5/5/\x=req-\ Oats—Prime feed, 3/4 to 3/5 per bus. Other qualities, 3/1 to 3/2J. Algerian seed, 3/2 to 3/3 j Potatoes—Tas. C. Heads, 6...

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Commercial. The Watchman Office, Wednesday Evening. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. RECORD PRICES [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 April 1902

f: , Commercial. „■ The Watchman Office, Wednesday Evening. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. Record Phices. Active demand continues for all kinds of produce; prices continue to lirm, several linos reaching highest prices touched for many years past, Ohick^vheat continues very scarce at 3/9 and 3/1 milling quality being absolutely unprocurable. Ill SViilpfttlly with wheat lriii\x=req-\ leh5 have increased price of flour to 8/15/-, 0/5/- per ton. Even at these prices holders are slow to make sales, preferring to risk the market. * Oats continue in demand, prices bein£ forced up to 3/4 ami 3/5 per bushel, j With late coastal showers seed oats are moving steadily, 3/2, 3/3 pei^ bushel. Mill offal has advanced by leaps to 1/3J, 1/5 per busheL Onions brisk demand, prices firm, with tendency to higher "values. Circular Head potatoes in request, 5/2/6, 5/5/- per ton. Prime green chaff continues veiy lirm, late prices being well maintained, supplies ex Redfern increasing slightly, j>rinie samples ...

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Intolerance of an Intolerant Religious System of Education. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 April 1902

Intolerance of an Intolerant Religious System of Education. At the opening of St. Benedict Bazaar, under Jesuit auspices,the education question came to the front, and the wiliness of the requests set forth are well worthy of, aud fully up to, the general tactical standards of the author. Thost erstwhile " immoral" institutions, our public schools, are not so bad after all, and we are now told that they are good in their way—whatever that may mean. The proposal that these Jesuits shall be sub sidised by the State as teachers of youth, empowering them to impregnate the minds of the Colonials with their pernicious and treasonable principles, so long as they obtain a secular certificate from the State, behoves us to keep the weather eye open and to take measures for the preclusion of the destruction of all our past efforts in the direction of social advancement. Are the people of this country prepared to recognise as warranted, by the principles of re- ligious liberty and equality, the ...

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The Jesuits. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 12 April 1902

The Jesuits. • Do the Protestant English speaking races know what they are about ? The Jesuits who have been lately expelled from France, on the breaking up of their conventual establishments, are pouring, we hear, into England and America, and doubtless wo shall get our share of them in these colonies. Of course it is the boast, and justly so, of the British Empire, that it affords civil liberty and religious toleration to any who choose to settle within its bounds, but all the more should thoughtful men be on their guard. Protestant bulwarks are not impregnable. They resisted before and might resist again, the dread inspiring tortures of the old inquisition, but they may yield to the alluring insinuating wiles of the modern Jesuit. The wall may staud a fierce open attack of artillery, and yet fall before a quiet, unseen, continuous, sapping and mining. The policy of the Jesuits, as a religious community or an Emperium in Imperio in the Church of Rome, is a very insidious and. infl...

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