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Education in Ireland. THE PROPOSED CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 April 1902

Education in Ireland. THE PROPOSED CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY. Under the above heading Mr. M. J. T. McCarthy, B.A., T.C.D., Ba'rrister-at-law, delivered a lecture in the Wellington Hall, Belfast, in November of last year. As Mr. McCarthy is himself a Roman Catholic, some of his utterances should prove interesting and instructive to both the politicians and people of this State, in view of the change in the public school system which is being sought by the R.C. section of t community. After complimen+ing the people of Belfast on their commercial prosperity he says: "Here, in this city, where common sense and sterling business principles are the rule and law of everyday life, is surely the most suitable place to demand that the principle of business and common-sense should be applied to education. Nor are we alone in making such a demand. The distinguished politician who has been placed by the voters of the United Kingdom at the head of the Education Department in England—the Duke of Devonsl...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our Legal Column. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 April 1902

Our Legal Column. 1 Enquiries should be addressed to "Lex," Watchman Office, 35, Market Buildings, .York Street, and must he accompanied by the subjoined printed application. This column is intended to afford information and practical advice to correspondents, with regard to any legal difficulties which they may experience. Questions submitted may often require research, and therefore should reach this office not later than Monday of the week in whitih a reply is desired. APPLICATION TO ACCOMPANY. ENQUIRY. To 44 Lex," "Watchman" Office, 35 Market Buildings, York-street, Sydney. Please answer in " The Watcluaan" the annexed question. Keply to be addressed to D.P.G.—From the information before us, it appears that tlie guardian should be appointed by die Court in the United States, whioh has control of the fund. You should .appoint a responsible person there your attorney, to apply on your behalf for the appointment of a guardian. It will be necessary for -you to employ a solicitor to ...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Garden of Eden Discovered. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 April 1902

The Garden ot Eden Discovered. It has long been an interesting but unsolved problem where upon the .earth's surface the Garden of Eden was located. It will be remembered that in Genesis there is given a short, but graphic description, of the country, the verseB saying that u a river went out of Eden to water the garden; and from thence it was parted, and became into four heads. The first is Pison; that is it which compasseth the whole land of Havilali, where there is gold." It is well to hear this last-passage in mind as the finding of gold has been one of the links in the chain of evidence so patiently and labori-1 ously welded together. There is indeed but! little doubt remaining that the veritable site cf ' the Garden of Eden, the home of Adam and ! the birthplace of the human race, has been at length discovered. The story runs that Mr. Seton-Karr, a well-known traveller and hunter is the fortunate finder of this long sought for place, which contains the precious gold so dear to ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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What Christian Endeavor is Doing All Christian Endeavourers are cordially invited to forward reports and items for this column to the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 April 1902

What Christian Endeavor is Doing [All Christian Endeavourers are cordially invited to forward reports and items for this column to the Editor.] A FAREWELL tea was tendered to Revs. Joseph Woodhouse and M. Reavley by the officers of the N.S.W. Christian Endeavor Union on Friday evening, 11th inst. The tea was laid in the drawing-room of the Pitt-street Congregational Schoolhouse. Rev. Geo. T. Walden, ex-President, occupied the chair in the absence of Dr. Porter, and feelingly referred to the great loss which the Union would sustain by the removal of these two brethren who have been so closely associated with all its work. Mr. William White, Vice-President, followed Mr. Walden, and, in the course of a neat speech, expressed the hope that the officers would shortly be invited to Goulburn to take part in a district convention. Rev. Joseph Woodhouse, in his reply, laid great stress upon the loyal and loving comradeship and interdenominational fellowship, which are such distinctive featur...

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Woman's Column. ["Martha" will be glad to receive and answer any communications addressed to her, cure of the Editor 35 Queen Victoria Markets, York Street.] [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 19 April 1902

Woman's Column. ['' Martha " will be glad to receive and answer any com- munication addressed to her, care of the Editor 35 Queen Victoria Markets, York Street.] Dear Dorcas,- Some of the Sydney shops have lately started a motor-car for delivering parcels, etc. The other day one of the cars took it into its head to have a run on its own (the driver was transacting business in the shop), and succeeded in maiming several harmless foot-passengers, as well as nearly killing an old gentleman. Luckily the car ran against the kerb stones, and then kicked and spluttered for some time; the anxious driver hearing the noise ran and unscrewed something and quieted the con- cern, which, fortunately, had not gone very far away or done much damage. Nurse Rose Shappere, who recently returned to Melbourne from the war in South Africa, gives a harrowing description of the Siege of Ladysmith from a nurse's point of view. She says:—"We saw our men dying around us, and could do nothing for them, because...

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For Sunday Afternoon. HUSBAND AND WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 April 1902

For Sunday Afternoon, j HUSBAND ASTD WIFE. (By n. nilyah.) " Beat Vc one another's burdens, and so fulfil the law* of Christ.*' These instructions of the Apostle Paul are nowhere more needed than in the relation of husband and wife. Following them is the secret of success in such alliance; neglecting them the cause of the numberless failures that are revealed to us every day. There is another thing, we may add, which is so closely related to the iirst as to be necessarily pa it of it—be in sympathy with each other, not oidy in times of trouble, but in small every day experiences; in joys, in amusement, in every interest in life. It is sympathetic companionship we need in our toilsome earthly journey, and this we have a right to look for and find in those most closely connected with us. No marriage is complete without this bond of sympathy. Good comradeship between man and wife constitutes the most perfect form of earthly happiness. Therefore, young man and young woman, let your firs...

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The Literary Lounger. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 April 1902

The Literary Lounger. I see a strong effort is being made to increase tlie popularity of "Harper's "Weekly." Colonel George Hawey, a well-known Yankee journalist, lins taken charge, and in his opening numbers gives no fewer than eight coloured illustrations. I suppose the innovation will 'be • introduced as a regular feature shortly into The Graphic," and our other illustrated periodicals published in London. They are bound to do it, sooner or later, in order to keep up-to-date, or rather ahead of the illustrated press, of the world; for talk as they like about American illustrated weeklies, and 4<I/Illustration" (the "Graphic" of Paris), and. Berlin's " Land and Water," they cannot for variety of news or qualify or quantify of illustrations come up to the "Illustrated London News " or the u Graphic," two periodicals which are the pride of every son of the Empire. Speaking at the annual dinner of ,;the Edinburgh, Walter Scott Club, Dr. Conan Doyle urged writers and every ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 April 1902

.A. SILVER 'WATCH FOE ITOTHIWGr. - - Wc hereby undertake to GIVE ONE of our famous SILVER WATCHES, listed at £2 10s (Lady's or Gentleman's) to every Man, Woman, or Child who scuds tho Correct Rending- of the following pnzzle j A W»TCH M-N *S A N»CC'SS»1T. j The only condition is that if your answer is correct you purchase one of our Solid Sterling Silver- Chans to wear with the Watch. SEN!) NO MONEi\ simply forward your answer, aud enclose stamp and addressed envelope (2d), so that we may inform you if you have won the Watch. There is no need to cut out this advertisement. We are making this ott'er solely with tho object of introducing and advertising out goods. Testimonials supplied. THE ENGLISH WATCH COY., P.O. CHAMBERS, PITT-STREET, .SYDNEY. THE Globe S*frdios, ENMORE. Jllessrs. UJTOaniipil]/li|D, Having purchased the Photographic and Pic\x=req-\ ture-framiug Business hitherto carried ou by Mil. L- ALEXANDER, wish to inform the residents of Newtown, Staumore, Enmore, and surround...

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How the World Wags. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 April 1902

How the World Wags. By Aitous. Down at the departure of the " Afric" the other day, I was much struck with the number of passengers going to South Africa. The purser informed me that most of them were small capitalists, possessors of £100 or more, who are leaving the Commonwealth in the hope of striking it rich in the land of the boundiug liou. Some of the emigrants have very vague ideas of their future course, and the}* all seem imbued with the spirit that Australia can be improved upon. To a philosophical mind, it struck one as peculiar, to see such crowds of able-bodied men leaving a youug country like Australia, where one would imagine plenty of opportunities still rcmoiu for enterprising men to pursue the fleeting worship of Mammon. This wholesale exodus of Australian brains and muscles, suggests only a phase of a general Australian trouble—class legislation, and class selfishness. A Melbourne journal does not take kindly to the Rev. — Greenhouglrs articles ou religion in Austr...

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Personal and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 April 1902

Personal and Otherwise. Mi'. Cyril Monk has been selected by the committee of the Sydney Leidertafel to fill the position of leader for the Leidertafel orchestra. The labourers were working on Good Friday at the new wing of the R.C, Church, Eedfem. "We always understood Good Friday was a strict non-working day with Roman Catholics. Bishop Goe, now on his way to England, was 15 years in Melbourne. His immediate predecessor, Dr. Moorhouse, was only ten, but Perry, the first bishop, was 29. Australia has had several Church of England bishops with long ruling records. Broughtou reigned for 17 years, Barker 28, Turner (Grafton) 24, Thoinns (Goulburn) 29, Tyroll and Short 24. I believe that there is an overwhelming flood of intemperance spreading over this nation, and raising up to Heaven a mournful and bitter wy, that bears upon it the sounds of pauperism, of madness, of crime, of disease, of death."—Canon Wilberforce. Oil account of'the Federal tariff having damaged their freights from ...

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A COOL BEQUEST FROM THE G.P.O. To the Editor of "The Watclunan." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 April 1902

A COOL BEQUEST FHOM THE G.P.O. To tlio Editor of "Tlie Watcluiian." Sir,—A circular lias just been issued from tho G.P.O. calling on postmasters to say wliat duties tliey perform on account of the Statu, with the intimation that it is the iutention of the Commonwealth to charge for the extra duties, but that the officials who perform these duties will not receive tho remuneration charged, as it. will be returned by the department. Only a few postmasters have to perform these duties, while the great majority go scot free. Tliis department has been in a state of "chaos " for many years, and it was fervently hoped that it would be put on a different footing, but alas, judging uy what is now being dono by tho Commonwealth, and tho startling appointments that have been made lately, things appear to bo going from bad to worse, and the public will still have a department of tho 41 Johnny all sorts" style, instead of an improved Federal Postal Department. However, Sir William Lyne is to be ...

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A Lost Daughter of Israel. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 April 1902

A Lost Daughter of Israel. By Lily Froude. (AU Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER III..: "Oh, my heart, my heart. ' Father, father, wliat are you doing? I love him so, and I do not love Jacob." • > "Have I lived to see this day, wlien my cliild, a Jewess, is to disgrace us—disgrace Israel, and disobey her,,God? Have I not reared yon, Rachel, to respect our God's commands?" " Oh, lather, I could not help loving him an)* more than you could help loving mother." " Your mother, Rachel, was of our own race. I would not have stooped to marry a Christian, nor would she have done so." " But, father, if you had loved a Christian girl you might have married-her—or wanted to." ' "Rachel, listen to me. Haven't I loved you, even to idolatry ? And have I not gratified every .whim of yours? And f/u's, the veiy first duty X expect from you, you refuse me obedience. I have never demanded my right, but have always trusted to your loving heart to give it—and so you have until to-day." " But it is for life, ...

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Public Welcome to the Rev. E. Hutchinson. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 April 1902

Public Welcome to the Ilev. E. Hutchinson. The Rev. E. Hutchinson, who has accepted the joint pastorates of the Camperdown'and Greenwich branches of the Pitt-street Congregational Church was given a public welcome in the Camperdown Congregational Church on Monday last, April 14th. The chair was occupied by the Rev. E. Tremayne Dunstan, and there was a very large attendance of the members of the Church and congregation. The proceedings opened by the singing of the " Old Hundredth," after which the chairman offered prayer. " The first letter which I opened when I-reached home after my holiday trip to New Zealand," said the chairmau in commencing his speech, " was an invitation to this meeting." He spoke of the pleasure it gave him to visit the branch church again, and how happy he was to see so many present to welcome the new pastor. He congratulated the Church in having done so much for itself, and remarked that it showed that there was great vitality in the Church since no appeal ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 April 1902

Milton h. partridge, r.d., dental surgeon, Corner of George and Hunter Streets (over "Willowa and Clapham), Specialist in Goldfilling?, etc. Painlew Extractions. Hours: 9 a.iu. to /i.UO p.m. F. W- JONSON, F.I.P.S., -MARKETST Shorthand, Typewriting, Book-Keeping, Ac. Wl/CDD WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER > IVtnll, M4 GeorKcstreet The College is charmingly situated in its own park grounds of 13 acres on the heights of Rockdale. Boys receive individual teaching and personal explanation of their lessons. Fees for Boarders, from £9 9s per term. All sub\x=req-\ jects,laundry, mending, etc. Established ten years. Prospectus on application to the Principal. Telephone, 49 R." We are now conducting Funeral Business at Cheaper Rates than any other similar establishment inj Sydney or Suburbs. Embalming, as practised by us, is a pronounced success. Seo Pamphlet issuod on this Science by our Principal, Mr. Arthur 0. J. Wood. Head Office, 810 George Street, [next Savings' Bank]. Branches in all princi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 April 1902

A Perfectly-Fitting Full Set of Teeth s. for £3. 10s. I Ditto, 18-carat Gold Settirig, £5, Masticating power guarinteed. These are the Best and Lowest in Fees that can be made compatible with COMFORT. FAITHFUL WORK3LANSHIP, and NATURAL APPEARANCE OF BEAUTY. Soft plates for tender gums. Old, misfitting cases remodelled. Nervous patients fitted with teeth if required without interfering with own defective natural ones or roots. The most difficult cases invited. Guaranteed Painless Extractions by the aid of Ether, Nitrous Oxide Gas. or Local Anaesthetic. Teeth painlessly and per\x=req-\ zna'ienUv stopped. J. /. MARSHALL, DeHtlSl, 28 "WYNYARD SQUARF only). (One minute from G.P.O.). Tel. 2107. Estab. 1679. SWM BEOS. Swan's Wharves, . ROZELLE, BALMAIN, Colonial & Foreign Timber Merchants. , Oregon, Redwood, Blackwood, Spotted Gum, Kami ai.d other Building JIatcial at lowest prices. Large stocks to select from. HOWAT & McPHAIL, Tailors & General Outfitters. Bobe and...

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HELD OVER. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 April 1902

HELD OVER. Owing to pressure of space wo have been compelled to hold over until next week continuation of the interesting story, entitled, 11 Holland's Struggle for Religious Freedom."

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The Australian Protestant Defence Association. SCOT'S CHURCH, No. I BRANCH. WILLIAM, PRINCE OF ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 April 1902

.The Australian Protestant Defence Association. SCOT'S CHURCH, No. I BRANCH. WILLIAM, PEIXCE OF ORANGE. i JXTEltESTIXH LeCTUHE JIY 5fl!. T. B, WATT. The usual monthly meeting of the Scot's Church 2sTo. 1 Branch was held on the Wednesday evening of, last week." Rev: -Dr.' Dill JIacky presided, and there was a large number of ladies and gentlemen present. The secretary, Mr. Clapham, read the minutes of tlieprevious meeting. . . Rev. Dr Dill Macky said that the -branches of the A.P.D.A. •would hold their annual meeting in July. There would also bea-general meeting of all the branches one evening at the Protestant Hall, and as time went on he hoped to see the Town Hall taken for their annual converzasione. He was glad to state that " The Watchman" was being welcomed on every hand, and that the paper was keenly relished by Protestants throughout the State. He'then read several letters from well-wishers, all liigldy praising " The "Watchman." Nine new members were elected. - After some di...

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The Editor's Letter Box. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 April 1902

The Editor's Letter Box. R.J.F.—Yes, we saw the par referred to. It took our contemporary exactly six weeks to get hold of the news. M.A.—Our leader to-day explains our attitude in this matter. Veritas.—Always glad to receive contributions. J.H.S.—Thanks for your good wishes. C.E.R.—"Australian Fiction" article most acceptable. F. Lowe.—Will publish. L. Lee.—Very nice poetiy. Will use. C.G. (Hurstville) writes: " I must indeed congratulate you and your staff on the up-to\x=req-\ date and reliable paper which you have supplied us with, and trust that every effort you-pnt forth for its advancement will meet with splendid success." On Saturday, April lUtli, at tlie invitation of James Stedman, Ltd., a company of friends and employees numbering about 300 were conveyed in tlie Lady Manning, accompanied by the Bavarian Band, to Clontarf, where, on arrival they were regaled with an oyster luncheon, after which toys were distributed to the children. A programme of sports whichhadbeen arrang...

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Woman's Column. ["Martha" will be glad to receive and answer any communications addressed to her, care of the Editor 35 Queen Victoria Markets, York Street.] [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 April 1902

Woman's Column. [" Martha " will be glad to receive and answer any communications addressed to her, care of the Editor 85 Queeu Victoria Markets, York Street.]) Deau Doucas,— So maiiy of our loading iieople are leaving: for the Coronation, the approacliing season i.s none too promising* for tlio musical pro\x=req-\ fessiouals. I hear on very good authority that the subscription 44 At Howes " that have been a most enjoyable feature of the last two seasons are not to be continued -this year. This is a matter of very great regret for the artists and all concerned, as the other concerts will naturally sink into insignificance after Amy Castles and the coming of Melba, especially as so many of the hostesses who are always enter* taining are away in Europe. Many of the ladies who so kindly lent their honies for the subscription "At Homes" will be away in England, and that is the principal reason for the discontinuance of these most enjoyable musical afternoons. A literary friend of mine s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 April 1902

CLIFTON'S LILYWHITE STARCH. FREE FfyJIVl ALL ADULTERATION.

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