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Correspondence. WOMAN SUFFRAGE. SHOULD WOMAN HAVE A VOTE? IF NOT, WHY NOT? To the Editor of "The Watchman." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 April 1902

Correspondence. WOMAN SUFFRAGE. Should "Woman Have a Vote? If Not, Why Not? To the Editor of " The Watchman." Sir,—In reference to the above I would like to write a few words. AVe have the best country* in the world for raw material, and indeed I may say for everything that would make life useful and beautiful. We have soil that will grow anything when properly cultivated, and with the exception of a few instances a very good climate throughout Australia. I tliinlc, in fact I am sure, that the greater part of all this is going to waste. What for? Why, for want of proper management owing to bad Government. AVe are sending our raw material to other countries to be manufactured, and our own people are starving for want of work. X say it is a disgrace to our country and to those that have power to alter it. I am not going to iind fault with man. Man has done his part and done it well. I mean the total abstainer,' the good man. But you must remember man is only half. How can one person b...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 April 1902

33iasii?ess I=>oliiee. The Watchman, a Weekly Journal of Social, Political, and Keligjou* Progress. Publisned every Thursday. Office: tfo Queen Victoria Market*, York-Btroet, Sydney. Telephone No. 2.5G4. Subscribers' Terms. Yearly .. .. .. -Jh. 4d. Half-yearly .. .. *2s. 2d. The ubove terms are subject to revision if the Federal Postage Bill cornea into operation, and if ho, subscribers are kindly requested to forward the necessary postage. The .Management recommend subscribers to procure The Watcuman from their Newsagents, to whom their subscriptions would be payable. But if this is inconvenient, they, may apply direct to Thk Watchman Office. J subscription has been paid will be enclosed in RED wrappers as a reminder that the sabaisription for the ensuing term is then due, and no further: copies will be sent until subscription is received. Quarterly Is. Id. Advertisements. - £ Tuk Watchjiax offers special facilities lor advertising, the terms of which may bo bad of its canvasser...

Publication Title: Watchman
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THE ROYAL DECLARATION AND ACCESSION OATH. To the Editor "The Watchman." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 April 1902

THE ROYAL DECLARATION AND ACCESSION OATH. To the Editor "Tlie Watchman." It will interest your many readers to learn something of tlie petition gent England, to the Church Church Association, London, for presentation to the British House of Commons | against tampering with the Accession Oath and Declaration. On the accession of the King, the Roman ; Catholic Hierarchy in Great Britain sought to j have the Royal Declaration amended on the | pretence that its tonus were offensive, and insulting to Roiuan Catholics. Lord Salisbury, lending a willing ear, a hill for that purpose i was introduced iu the House of Lords. There-1 upon the Roman Church displayed its true | I colors. They did not want the Accession 1 Oath and Declaration amended, but they wanted it done away with altogether. They would not accejjt what they had pretended to want, and so Lord Salisbury withdrew tho bill. Defeated in tho House of Lords, the Roman liierarchy now began to organize' for an onslaught on tho House o...

Publication Title: Watchman
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STATE AID TO CATHOLIC SCHOOLS. To the Editor of the "Watchman." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 April 1902

STATE AID TO CATHOLIC SCHOOLS To the Editor of the " "Watchman." Sir,—Re Dr. Kelly's remarks in a recent issue "Daily Telegraph," I beg leave through your valuable columns to make a few replies and remarks to the same. Firstly, he states that they, tho Catholics, did not wish to interfere with seeulur schools, which were good as far as they went, only they did not go Jar enough : Catholics wanted religious education as well. In other words he unguardedly admits that that thoy are satisfied so far with tho State schools in their secular teachings, but thoy did not go far enough, the deficiency being their, not teaching on the lines of the Roman Catholic faith. Tho Catholic clergy want State aid to their religion despite what they say to tho contrary. Again, lie states as an argument for, but really against himself, "If the State pays for teaching little Brown reading, writing, and arithmetic in one school, why should it not pay for similar teaching to little Murphy and O'Reilly over ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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What Christian Endeavor is Doing [All Christian Emdeavourers are cordially invited to forward reports and items for this column to the Editor.] [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 April 1902

What Christian Endeavor is Doing [All Christian Emlcavourers are cordially invited to forward rcjHirtr and item* for this <x>luinn to the Editor.] Tho members of tlio Ashtield-Houiebush Local Union held their annual rally in the Baptist Church, Burwood, on Monday, 14th April. At 7.20 the officers anil conveners, led by Eev. W. A. Southwell, met for prayer. ; At 7.45 there was a united praise service. Then followed the reports of secretary aud treasurer. That of the secretary* showed that there are at present nineteen societies—eleven Young People's and eight Junior—in the Union. These societies have a total member* ship of GOtf. -. dfl . , .During the year, the Junior Superintendent, Mrs. Smedley, has removed from the district, and her place has been filled by Miss Fernley. The union has also lost its president, Eev. S. Harrison, who accepted a cadi to Tasmania. The sum of £57 17s 7dhas been raised for Home and Foreign Missions during the year one society alone having ...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence. (We do not hold ourselves responsible for the views o our correspondents.) To the Editor of "The Watchman." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 April 1902

Correspondence. (We do not hold ourselves responsible for the views o our correrpondents.) To tlie Editor of " The Watchman." Dear Sir,—On perusing my "Daily Telegraph " this morning X was surprised to see the following sentence:— " The Archbishops, Bishops, and accompanying priests, by courtesy of the railway commissioners, were accommodated with the State carriage." This sentence refers to the visitors to Mait\x=req-\ lund on tbe occasion of Dr. Murray's jubilee. Why these priests should be honoured by a, State carriage is more than I can comprehend, j This is merely another instance of the il O'Sullivan" Government pandering to the R.C. party. This sort of thing cannot go on for ever, and at the next General Election the Ministry will find that they cannot ignore the Protestants of N.S.W. altogether. The public Ministerial visit to Cardinal Moran on the eve of his departure; the St. Patrick's Day holiday; the State carriage for priests, and numerous other little events will be fr...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Our Legal Column. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 April 1902

Our Legal Column. Enquihles should be addressed to "Lex," "Watchman Office, 35, Market Buildings, York Street, aud 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, aud therefore shouJd reach this office not later than Monday of the week in which a reply is desired. APPLICATION TO ACCOMPANY ENQUIRY. To "Lex," . _ " Watchman " Office, 35 Hurket Building, York-street, Sydney. Please answer in " The Watchman " the annexed question. Reply to be addressed to Enquikku. (1)—The council is uot entitled to impound the horses unless the park is enclosed hy a sufficient fence. If the fonce is sufficient tlie council can impound horses found trespassing, and the damages to ho charged for trespass are one shilling per head. If the horses hove Leon wvoiiglv impounded, or the damages claimed aw...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Lodge Meetings. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 April 1902

Lodge Meetings. The Dr. Dill Mauley L.OX. No. 254, was formally opened on Thursday evening, 17tli inst., by 15ro. A. E. Gilchrist, G See., «nd Bro. Griee, D.G.M., at the Presbyterian School Hall, Wavcrlev. Amongst tlxose present were Bro. Manuel, G. Trea., Bro. A. Walker, member of the G. Ex. Coin., Bro. T. Jessop, M.L.A., J. A Stanton, W.M. 18, D. Graham, W.M. King Edward Lodge, Bro. Manuets, "W.M 50, Bro. Nichols, D.M. 1G, Bro. Croft, "W.M. 50, Officers 17 L.0.L,, Bro. Chandler, P.M. 2:12 Broken Hill, and a large number of brethren from various lodges in the metropolitan area. Bro. Gilchrist, G. Sec., opened the lodge, Bro. Grice acting as D.M., Bro. Manuel as Chaplain. Bro. Gilchrist handed the warrant to W.M. Phillips with a few well chosen words, exhorting him to keep it as given, untarnished, and to so hand it to his successor. The following officers were chosen to guide thv fortunes of the new Lodge:—Bro. Phillips W.M,, Bro. Spriggs D.M., Bro. Symuionds Trea., Bro. Pope F.C.,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 April 1902

WILSON eg CO.. : Estate Agents, etc., TEAM TERMINUS (Opposite Post Office), ; EN MORE. HSK FOR Savorya Sulphur Sl^in Soap - - - G. G. OLDS PIOTURE" PF2757USE MRKER. Mount-Cutter Impobteb ok Molujinos, Etc. Factory Premise* — SHEPHERD-STREET & CEORCE-ST. W (Opposite St- Baiuabits' Church). Cheapest House m the Trade. Send for Price List. First Prizeand Gold Medal, Brussels Exhibition, 18i*7 First Prize and <T©ld Medal, Paris Exhibition, 1900. First Prize, Royal Sydney Grand Exhibition, 1902. EDOUARD FISCHER, (Late of Paris and Loudon) Specialist in ACCORDION and FANCT PLEATING, SILKS, CHll'FONS, VOILE, Et<-., by Steam. Gun, Superheated Dry Air and Machine Pleating. ! 78 ELIZABETH-ST. (near King-st.) Telephone 107-1. Kings "we have mot,— .Princes and" Palaces we have seen,— But the greatest pleasure of all is a visit to the Earth's Treasury Basket FOR BOOTS & SHOES. EDWARD FAY, Comer Pitt and Liverpool Streets. Telephone 3436. Chas. E. Wig'zell an...

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Our Little Folks RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 April 1902

Our Little Folks ' fCONDUCTKli BY "AUNTIE."] I RULES. 1. "Writers must be between the ages of six and fifteen, and must state their ages when writing. 2. "Writers to "Auntie" must write on one aide of the paper only. 3. Letters may be upon any subject of interest to the writer—short stories, accounts of their amusements and rfurcations, readiug, favourite toys, etc. •1. Letters mast be original, "written und composed by the children themselves. . o. Address all letters to "Auntie," c/o. "Watchman " Office, 35 Queeu Victoria Markets. York-street. My Dear Youug Folk,— I'm glad to see that your interest in " The Watchman " is still keen, and that so many have competed for last week's prize. There have been about a dozen buttonholes sent in, and the one I think the best is that done by Olive Owens (13). The work is exceedingly neat, and I'm sure Olive will never have to obtain the help, in making; buttonholes, that so many girls ask for. One girl, Joan McGregor,\x=req-\ has sent a lette...

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News of the Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 April 1902

News of the Churches. The following ladies and gentlemen have beeu appointed Church agents for " The Watchman."—Miss Annie Hodson, Boston\x=req-\ street, Moree; Mr, A. P. Falconer, Albyu\x=req-\ street, Benley; Win. Guthrie, Marulun; and F. C. Garland (Cunningar) Cunningham. An entertainment of an interesting nature was given in the Balmain Baptist Church, Mullens-street, on Thursday evening,- under the auspices , of the Baptist Mutual Improvement Society. Mr. Niblet presided over a large gathering. A leuturette entitled "People I have met" was given by the Rev. A. E. Blackweli. At intervals vocal numbers were rendered by Miss Hatton and Messrs. Tealeand Fairweather. Mies Hams presided at the organ. The annual mission services at the Wesleyou Church, Regent-street, Chippendale, on Sunday, 20th inst., were conducted by Rev. B, Banks. His morning subject was "The right method of wiuniug men's self-sacrifice," and he based his remarks on the text " Ye know the grace of our Lord Jesus C...

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The Protestant Watchtower. Priest-Ridden Belgium [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 April 1902

The Protestant Watclitower. Priest-Ridden Belgium Is throwing off the yoke of Priostisra, but the struggle is a desperate one. It is like flies trying to get out of a "big spider's web. The clerical party have anticipated such efforts for liberty, and are labouring to defeat them. Hence rioting and deadly conflicts between the authorities and the masses. But God and His Truth must conquer Priestcraft in the end. Wherever Popery is, there is, and ever must be, abject crouching at the priests' feet, or a continual watching and struggling to defend human rights against priestly aggressions. • * # # # Irish Popery in Rebellion— Ireland is again in the throes of sedition. The priest and the political firebrands are allowed to sow the wind, nnd then England reaps the whirlwind. Law and order are defied, and life and property have no security. An appeal has been made to the English Executive to end this anarchy with adequate protection against Romish treason, spoil, and murder. It is a sha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 April 1902

Deliveries Regular in City and Suburbs, A Great Output! The delivery of our pasteurises milk aggregates 24»000Quarts per day, the supply to about 30,000 Families. ^ Used so extensively because customers Know it is the RICHEST, PUREST and BEST. Wise people profit by the experience of others. Send us your order Wjo n.s.w. Fresh Food (Si Ice Co. Ltd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 April 1902

Telephone 1508. For GOOD FOOTWEAR at a Low Price TRY JOHN CROPLEY & SONS, 800 George Street. Sydney. jjj ustmted Price List free.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 April 1902

Tou cannot do better than cnivlov SUTTON" & CO., GENERAL CARRIERS, Custom House ' Agents, ~ For the Removalof Parcels. Baggage, Furniture, &r.,anywhere. Up-to-date Carriers. Each Carter is snpplied with a Dcliverv\x=req-\ sheet, which explains the amount to pay. HBAuOmcK: YORK AND MARKET STREETS. Dki-Vt: PITT STREET NORTH. 'l'hones 17 and 776. AISTDEEWS BROS., MONUMENTAL SCULPTORS. UO-2-4 ELIZAIIETH ST., SYDNEY (Between Liverpool am! Goulbum Sts. Every description of Monumental Work neatly executed. Design* and Estimates post free. Telephone &4i. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. (Throe Doors from tl.c Sew Church.) NORTHUMBERLAND HOITSE, 17 JAMESON ST. This old-established and well-known House is now under the sole Management of MRS. BKEAKLY. lMun^e and Shower Baths. Terms Moderate. LIGHTNING FRK7W0 WORKS it3- HONDI JUNCTION. The best place on earth to get your Pictures Framed. E. J. ALEXANDER, Proi-riktok. Hy asocial ajiiuKiitiuent to Kortl and Lady Hampden. Mrs. H. Hall...

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KOMAN CATHOLICS SAY THEY DON'T SOW DISCORD AND SECTARIAN BITTERNESS. DON'T THEY? [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 April 1902

KOMAN CATHOLICS SAY THEY DON'T SOW DISCORD AND SECTARIAN UITTEENESS. DON'T THEY? Let \is have a look at a country centre on the G.N. railway line, about 200 miles from Sydney, to wit—Scone and district. For many years a R.C. priest, named Father McGratli, has ministered to the wants of his lloek, and from all outward appearances has shown that he has striven to keep the sectarian feeling; within bounds; at least this was the general opinion up to about three years ago, and the respect of the Protestant community wafc shown him for his apparent fair-mindedness. This priest has a very large diocese, including Moonan and Gundy on the east, Wingen on the north, and Moobi and Bunnan 011 the west. Eleven or twelve years ago a convent was erected at Scoue, and .consequently some sisters domiciled there—a school founded. The R.C. children were withdrawn from the State school, and I am sorry to say at tho present time some Protestant children ore attending this convent scliool also. At Winge...

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THE Watchman CIRCULATION 9000. SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1902. RITUALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 April 1902

CIRCULATION 9000. SATURDAY, APRIL 2G, 1102. BITUALISM. In our last issue we published a defence of Ritualism, sent to us iu the form of a letter, by a correspondent desirous of showing that this body of extremists with which he is connected is still safe in the fold of Protestantism. Practically he goes no further thau to prove that, though there may still be differences between Ritualism and Romanism, yet the intervening space has been considerably lessened, and "will soon cease to be apparent to any but hairsplitting casuists. It is evident that the writer of this letter is not as conversant with the past records of Ritualism as he appears to be with its ethics. He commences by asserting that there can never be any unit}* between the Church of England, and that of Rome, on the ground that " the Bishop of Rome has no jurisdiction in the realm of England." Yet iu the " Church Times" of Dec. C, 1895, Lord Halifax, President of the Church of Englaud Union, and leader of the Ritualisti...

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"The Prisoner of the Vatican." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 April 1902

"The Prisoner ol the Vatican." "Tab Pope requires a foot of earth, on which ho can stand and be subject to no man. Let him be subject to anyone, and Catholics throughout the world are enslaved."—Coadju\x=req-\ tor-Archbishop Kelly as reported in the Sydnejr March 11th, 1902. In* the Pontifical Palace—posing as a prisoner there— Dwells the agedPontiff Leo, robed, in his j official chair. | Tho' uncertain whether Peter ever dwelt in ' Home, we can Of this be sure, he never was a "Prisoner of the Vatican." Long before the gilded symbol glittered on St., Peter's dome, I Or the Vatican was founded, for successive Popes of Borne, Simon Peter (son of Jonas) fisherman of Gallilee, Andrew also (Peter's brother) James and John of Zebedee, Phillip and Bartholomew, Thomas, Matthew and Thaddoeus, Simon, Judas (the betrayer), James the son of Alpluous, (Twelve in all) the Lord sent forward, free to preach the gospel feast, To the House of Israel (only) from the greatest to the least:— Preach the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 April 1902

"SEMPER WHICH. LITERALLY EADEM" means "ALWAYS THE SAME." THTR IS "WHY THE LION BRAND 0 OP CONFECTIONERY IS SO POPULAR t I defy all M approach limTED 0fncE5iCwsac§&! KetccSS FACIURM i CONFrCTIONER. tarr.-r tex riamtv nroxKDmTB mm U3Ti gkkatxst wjaoawnm im th* obujdmmx. kutotactiik d oxer sr James Stedman, m ***

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Household Recipes. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 26 April 1902

Household Recipes. A Nice Savory (Beetroot). — Ingredients * Beetroot, white sauce, Permesau and Chedder cheese. Boil a beetroot till it is quite tendeij peel it and cut it into slices, put it in a fireproof dish, and cover it with a thick white sauce* Strew a little grated Parmesan and Clieddar over it. Put in the oven for a few minntes and serve very hot in the dish. Any stale scraps of cheese will do equally as well as Parmesan or Clieddar. Also, parsley sauce, if yon have any on hand, is excellent, instead of plain wliite sauce. Claret Jelly.—.Required: One pint of claret, two gills of water, one gill of lemon juice, half an ounce of leaf gelatine, oue inch of cinnamon, two cloves, the thinly grated rind of half a lemon, two tablespoofuls of red currant jelly. Put all the ingredients into a clean, bright pan. bring them slowly to the boil, and then simmer for live minutes. See that your mould is perfectly clean and free frein all grease; then strain the contents into it, and lea...

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