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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 3 May 1902

ClilFTON'S LILYWHITE STARCH. FREE F((0IV| ALL "ADULTERATION.

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BALMAIN BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 3 May 1902

BALMAXN BRANCH. Tlie regular monthly meeting of the' Balmain Branch will be held in the Congregational School Hall on Tuesday evening, May 6th, at 8 p.m., when a musical evening will be held. Members of branches and friends are cordially invited. A good programme has been arranged, and a pleasant evening is a foregone conclusion.

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE STRANDED FAMILY BAND. To the Editor of "The Watchman." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 3 May 1902

THE STRANDED FAMILY BAND, ^ To the Editor of 4< Tlie Watchman." Sir,—It was with deep regrqt that I read iii your last issue of the unfortunate condition of the above. I have known the leader of the band for some time, and he has" my sincere sympathy. If the Religious and Temperance societies only understood the advantages of Mr. Kyuie's musical exhibition on what, he calls, the •' half-profit terms,V he would not long remain in his stranded condition, and the societies would protit in even* way while giving him tho help he needs. In his letter, however, Mr. Kyjne does not explain the advantages ho claims for Ilia method, neither does he mention the test he. would like his method put to. If he would explain, perhaps something could be done. It is to bo hopeuhe will not be under the neces-. sity of secularising his system, as musio culture in the ball-room and hotel is more of a. curse than a blessing. 1 am, yours, etc., y;': v ' A Whll-"W"isuee. ; : :

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 3 May 1902

Cornstalks t "be proud of your State • "?And help to push it along, Let the name of your country ho great And tell people where you belong. Also attend to your health, Or else you will soon be obscure, The stuff that is bettor than wealth! Is Woods' Great Peppeusient Cuhe

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 3 May 1902

The Federal Capitol it appears Goes begging for a site, It may to quite a hundred years Before it sees the light. In the meanwhile let.us try To make our ailments fewer, To coughs and oolds Wll say good-bye "With Woods' Gbeat Peppermint Cube. NOTICE. MTTMRF.RS of the Australian Protestant Defcnoe Association "who Have ordered Tns "Watchman through tho News Agents we ask them kindly ^ to pass this specimen oopy on to their cert door neighbour. Don11 fail to do this.' WILSON & CO.. Estate Agents, etc., TEAM TERMINUS (Opposite Post Office), ENMORE. W.F.ROBERTS, - - - VIOLINIST (Of the Royal College of Musio/ England. Three years Pupil of Heir Adolf Brodesky, of Conservertoire, . Leipaio). SCHOOLS ATTENDED. 1 For Terms, etc., apply ""Watchman" Offioe,.35 Q.V. Markets, York-street.: Savoqia Sulphur Sl^in Soap - - - G. G. OLDS \FKOLKSAl£ AND - PICTURE FRHME TVTPlKBR. Motcct-Cctteb, Impobtee of Moctldinos, Etc. Factory Premises — SHEPHERD-STREET & CEOBCE-ST. W ' (Opposite S...

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Obiter Dicta. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 3 May 1902

Obiter Dicta. It is very amusing to hear the number of 8ydneyites who rave over Signor Dani as a newly discovered singer. They seem to forget that the talented tenor-was One of the big stars in the recent Italian opera seasons. These two seasons, of classic opera, mark an era in the experiences of all wide-awake music lovers. Not so with some habitues of the recent Castles concert season, who are surprised to hear that Dani had appeared in Sydney before. They have no recollection of his "Faust" or Duke in " Rigoletto." This only illustrates in what narrow circles some music lovers (?) move, and even at high class concerts these wise know-alls are conspicuous by their absence. They seldom or ever attend the first\x=req-\ class concerts that-are periodically given in Sydney, and are as a rule painfully ignorant of the musical world iu Australia. Their experiences of music are limited to listening to German bands in the streets, or insipid musical at homes. Tet they pose as musical con...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lodge Meetings. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 3 May 1902

Lodge Meetings. The last quarterly meeting of No. 1 Pioneer Lodge, Protestant Alliance Friendly Society of Australasia (Bedfern Branch), was signalised by the visit of the W.G.M. Bro.T.' Henderson and P.M. Bro. H. G. Grenfell, of the Grand Executive Council. The secretary's balance-sheet showed the Lodge to be in a most flourishing /condition, numerically and financially, the total assets being £1764 9s. The Trustees intimated having at their disposal a large sum available for loans, at low rates, on approved freehold securities., During present year a new departure was made in advancing the interests of society by offering to the Protestant clergymen of the district honorary memberships. The following gentlemen accepted invitations, and joined the Order:—Bev. F. J. Curtis, on 27th February; Bev. F. Colwell, 27th March; and Bev. Canon F., B. Boyce, 10th April. Their advent was warmly welcomed and greatly appreciated by members. The rev. gentlemen were greatly enamoured with the vita...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Stories from the Past. II. HOLLAND'S STRUGGLE FOR RELIGIOUS FREEDOM. (Continued.) (All Eights Reserved,) THE FIRST EDICT. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 3 May 1902

Stories from the Past, ■ n. VHOiiLAND'S STRUGGLE FOE EELIGI\x=req-\ ' OUS FREEDOM. (Continued.) By C. E. S. T. •; • (All Eights Reserved,) ■ ^ . The First Edict. . < In order to keep liimself in semblance at .least with the law, .Philip published an edict, : which aan as follows: ""No one shall print, i-write, copy, keep, conceal, sell, buy, or give in Churches, streets, or other places, any ijiook or writing made by Martin Luther, John Eco-, lampadius, Ulricli Zwinlius, Martin Bueer, John Calvin, or other heretics reprobated by the Holy Church; nor break, nor otherwise injure the images of the holy virgin, or canon\x=req-\ ised saints; nor in his house hold conventicles, ( or illegal gatherings, or be present at any such . in which the adherents of the above mentioned heretics teach, baptise, aud form conspiracies 1 against the Holy Church and the general welfare. Moreover we forbid all lay persons to converse or dispute concerning the Holy Scriptures, openly or secretly...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 3 May 1902

|^Busii>ess I^ofeice. The Watchman-, a Weekly Journal of Social, Political, and Beligious Progress. Published erery Thursday., . Office:.35 Queen Victoria Markets, York-street, Sydney. Telephone No. 2564. . Subscribers' Terms. Yearly .. .. '4s. 4d. Half-yearly . .. .. 2s. 2d. Quarterly .. .. .. Is. Id. The above terms are subject to revision if the Federal Postage Bill comes into operation, and if so, subscribers are kindly requested to forward the necessary postage. The Management recommend^ subscribers to procure The Watchscak from their Newsagents, to whom their subscriptions would be payable. But if this is inconvenient, they may apply direct to The "Watchman Office. All subscriptions must be prepaid, and will be acknowledged in this column. - Please note that the last' two numbers for which a subscription has been paid will be enclosed in BED wrappers as* a reminder that the subscription for the ensuing term is then due, and no further copies will be sent until Subscription ...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 3 May 1902

Wanted, Agents. We have decided to appoint one Agent (Lady preferred) in every Church where " The Watchman " is welcomed. Her duties will be to correspond with the Editor, sending notices of meeting, and other business connected with the Church, etc., and also to canvass for subscribers to this paper. Remuneration of 20 per cent, will be allowed for all advertisements and 25 per cent, for all subscriptions. For turther particulars applications should be addressdd to Rev. Db, Dill Macky. A Perfectly-Fitting Full Set of Teetti for £!L 10s. 1 Ditto, 18-carat Colfl Settir[g, £5, Masticating power guaranteed. These are the Best and Lowest in Fees that can be made compatible with COMFORT, FAITHFUL WORKMANSHIP, and NATURAL APPEARANCE OF BEAUTY. Soft plates for tender giuna; Old, misfitting ca«» remodelled. Nervous patients fitted with teeth if required without interfering with owri defective natural oriea t>r roote. The most difficult cases invited;' Guaranteed Painless Extractions by.t...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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 — 3 May 1902

What Christian Endeavor is Doing [All Christian Endeavourers are oordially invited to forward reports and items for this column to the Editor. 1 The " 0. E. World " of March 6th* gives some interesting items about Dr. Clark and Secretary Baer. The former is at present in Europe, and reports that Christian Endeavor is finding friends in Italy, especially among the Waldensian Churches. In Germany he found the work remarkably prosperous. New societies are constantly forming ; the movement has become entirely independent of support from America, and a new field secretary is about to be employed throughout Germany. In Copenhagen, Dr. Clark was the guest of Cpunt and Countess Moltke, who are much interested in Christian Endeavor work. Several influential members o! the nobility were present at a meeting in the palace* and Christian Endeavor was hailed as a needed religious ally. > * * 1 Secretary Baer says that never in his twelve yearsof service has he addressed such ^uni\x=req-\ form...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAIRY PBODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 3 May 1902

DAIRY PBODUCE. Bdttbh—Creamery1, 1/41, per lb. Eactory, 1/4. " ' Dairy, 1/3. * Pastry, 1/1, 1/2. Biooh—Sides: McLean's, 18. Manning's 18 per lb. - Middles,/ 9. / Flitches, /8. I Shoulders, /Gl. . Cheese—N.S.W., loaf, ~/8, /8£. lb. / Medinm size, /8 to /8£. Victorian, /8J, /8|. N.Z., /8J, /8|. Eooa—Southern, 1/7 to 1/8 per dor. * Northern, 1/6 to IfX. New laid, 1/9,1/10/2/-. . f«»pn—.R)^i^prt /9. Bulk tins, /8l, /9. ' Hams—Scarce. N.S. W./10 to 710} per lb. New Zealand (bonded) /10, /10^. Podltbt—Fowls: liens, 2/9 to 3/, heavy- 3/3, 3/G per pair. „ Boosters, 3/-, 3/3; prime, 3/9, 4/3. . . Ducks 3/-, 3/6, prime 4/-, 4/ti. Goese, 4/6, 5/-. . • Turkey hens, 3/3, 4/-, prime 4/6, 5/6. „ cocks, 6/-, 7/-; prime, 10/-, 12/6, FARM PRODUCE. Maize—Prime, 4/10 per bushel. • Northern, 4/9, 4/10 "Weevily, 4/7 to 4/8. Chaff—Local prime, 5/10/- to 5/1 ft/-, per ton; Medium, 5/-/- to 5/2/6. Other quality, 4/10/- to 4/17/C. - • Adelaide, prime, 5/2/6, 5/7/6. \ - • Oats—Prime feed, 3/4 to 3/5 per bus. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 3 May 1902

NOTICE. Owi>*a to a great rusli of ads..on tlio ove of our going to Press, we liavo been reluctantly compelled to hold over "Retrospect" (article IV.) and other interesting matter. For STYLISH MILLINERY, \ Visrr' - - MISS HUNTER, Milliner, 97 GEORGE-ST. west, close to Railway Station, and 124 Walker-street, North Sydney. ' Established 3881. J. IE- HABRIS, ' 283 KING ST., NEWTOWN {Opposite Post Office), Watchmaker, Manufacturirig Jeweller. Optician, eto. All kinds of Watches, CI odes, Jewellery, Silver-plate, etc., suitable for presentation. Spectacles to suit all Sights. Special' attention given to Watch, Clock and T. RELTON, Tailor. Estab. 25 jcars. Next door to Royal Naval Institute. Ladies Tailor-made Costumes. Repairing and Cleaning. Business Suite to order from 3/3/-. 30 Gbosvenor-St. Milton h. partridge, r.d., » dental surgeon, Corner of George and Hunter Streets (over Willows and Claphatn), Specialist in Goldfillinga, etc. Painless Extractions. Hours: 9 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. '...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial. The Watchman Office, Wednesday Evening. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 3 May 1902

Commercial. The Watchman Office, Wednesday Evening. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. Produce market, owing to heavy rainfall and ' end of the month, has restricted sales generally, • prices all round showing reduction. Chaff.— ; With large sliipments arriving from other colonies market weaket £5 to £10 per ton. Prime Adelaide quoted £5 2s Gd to £5 5s; Tasmanian, £4 Ids to £5 2s Gd; local supplies, . ex-Redfern, only medium quality coming forward, 5s 3d, os Gd, 5s 9d per cwt. Wheat.— prime milling quality still scarce. Chickwheat, prime, 4s 2d, to 4s 4d per bushel; medium, 4s (Hd to 4s 2d; further advance in price of flour, 'prime quality, £9 10s'per ton; wediiun, £9 5s. Large importations mill offal, prices liave fallen, bran quoted Is 3d to Is 3£d, pollaid, Is 3d to Is 3£d per bushel. Potatoes, in fair supply and increased demand. Circulars, ■prime, £5 15s to £6, dark skin, £5 12s 6d to £5 15s per ton. Onions scarce, Victorian, £9 10s to £10; local, £9 to £9 5s. Sales of Lucerne hay slower,...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
News of the Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 3 May 1902

News of the Churches. A reception was tendered last Thursday to tlio Rev. W. H. George at tlio Rosodale Methodist Church. Mr. D. Bradshaw occupied the chair. Addresses were delivered by Rev. John Nairn, and Messrs. Jeffrey hud Burreli. The proceedings throughout were of a most pleasant nature, and the feeling was freely expressed that the church would prosper under the guidance of Rev. W. H. George. During the Evening refreshments were served. The Indian Mission work of the Salvatiop Army continues with encouraging results. "Whole villages at times cease idol worsliin through its influence and efforts. The direct conversions are even more striking—news is to hand by tlio last mail of 800 persons, including a number of caste people, professing definite conversion. At another centre the Jemadar (that is the chief local officer) gave a feast to everyone that came to the meeting, whether from his own village or any adjoining, aB a thank offering for the conversion of his son and family ...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LEICHHARDT BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 3 May 1902

1EICHHAEDT BEANCH. The monthly meeting* of tlie above Branch was held in the Presbyterian Church on Tuesday night, April 15th. After the usual business had been transacted a good musical programme was given, the following ladies and gentlemen very kindly contributing, by songs, etc.:—MiusL. Bowmaker, Miss Nixon, Miss Pidgeon, Minn Crook, Miss Hargraves, Mis'? Barnard, Mr. Trowbridge, conet solo Mr. Walter Crook; banjo selection, the White Brothers; recitation, Miss Mary Weir. The recitation of Miss Ruby Allison, was the special feature of the evening. Miss Ayling and Mr. Bloomiield acted as accompanists. All the items were well and creditably rendered. Short addresses were also given by Mr. It. .Booth (who also presided (and Mr. Wallace. A hearty vote of thanks to those contribute ing to the programme brought a very pleasant and interesting meeting to a close.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Australian Protestant Defence Association. GRANVILLE BRANH. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 3 May 1902

' . •, ;'w The Australian Protestant Defence Association. • / .. ' GBANYILLE BEANH. • Tub monthly meeting of the Granville Branch is to be held in the Congregational Schoolroom . on Friday evening, May 2nd, at 8 p.m. A conference is to be held on the subject of the Roman Catholic claims for separate grants to denominational schools. The discussion will be opened by the Secretary. A proposal iB to be considered with regard to the securing of a room, to" be opened at least oho night a week • as a rendezvous for the members.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE AMY CASTLES FIASCO. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 3 May 1902

THE AMY OASTLES FIASCO. Maxy of our readers have ■wondered at the unexpected downfall of Miss Amy Castles, after such high hopes had been entertained regarding her proficiency as a singer. There have been wild' talks of a conspiracy against her, for what reason nobody knows. The true facts of the case are however of a very sad nature, and prove that tlii^ undoubtedly talented young lady requires rescuing from her friends — who ' are really in this matter her only enemies. Directly the news of her visiting Australia was announced the Roman Catholic papers started to " boom " her far beyond her merits as a singer, after so short a period of tuition. The. art of a_singer is*; especially difficult, and requires many years of hard study before perfection can be even approached, much less attained. Amy Castles is but on the threshold of this world of song, and yet was spoken and written of as though she had succeeded to its last degree. Naturally enough, when the public heard her there wa...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROFESSOR WOOD AND THE PEACEAT-ANY-PRICE PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 3 May 1902

PBOFESSOB WOOD AND /THE PEAOE\x=req-\ AT-ANY-PBICE PABTY. We had lioped that the very unmistakeable censure "which this State passed, not long ago, upon Professor Wood, and his inglorious group of little Englanders,' would have sufficed to show them the errors of their ways. That this i*b not so proves only that they are as incapable of comprehending tho spirit of the people as they are of understanding the position they attempt"to criticise. The reception their miserable circular,' setting forth their views, met with at the hands of the municipal authorities generally, should have opened their eyes to the value placed upon their opinions. The facts regarding South Africa are too widely known to be distorted- with impunity by this band of faddists, and though they can never hope to get people, acquainted with the truth, to accept their views, yet they may still do incalculable hann in regions where the truth is not known as well as it is here. It is a strange criticism upon our Impe...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Protestant Watchtower. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 3 May 1902

[ The Protestant Watchtower. The Poor Pope\x=req-\ It is stated that during the year 1901 the Pope was made legatee in over 790 wills throughout the R. C. world, the aggregate sum left him being £120,000. For an old bachelor, this is a liberal sum in the way of odd pocket money. It would be interesting to know how so many wills were made in Savor of " poor " old Leo, and' not to relatives or local objects, religious or^charitable. Many a dying one was scared by death-bed-haunting priests into this disposal of wealth; and many a one was doubtless assured of heaven after a slight singe in purgatory, if those favors were paid for by leaving all to Leo XI11. Mother Church has a big pocket of her own. Popes, Cardinals, and Prelates, commend poverty to—others. * * * Boycotting, Pig-dealers— At a pig fair in Kilrush, Ireland, a United Irish Leaguer was detected in an attempt to boycott the pig sAles' of the tenant on an evicted farm. The " boycotter" was boycotted by the j police, and sent...

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