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Household Recipes. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 February 1902

Household Recipes. Pririco of Wales Pudding.—Weigli three eggs and add an .equal -weight of flour, fino breadcrumbs, and'fugar; boat tlie eggs and mix thoroughly, then , add a pinch of salt, a few currants, some candid peel'shredded very fine, and, if it is needed, a little milk. Butter some moulds, and bake long enough to do thoroughly, and nicely brown outside. Serve with custard cold, or, if' hot, with a little arrowroot, milk and water, , and a few spoon fuls of sweet jam. # * # * • Cutlets (Egged and Crumbed).—Trim some neclc cutlets, dip in egg and breadcrumbs, and fry in butter. Serve with tomato sauce. Spinach will form a nice centre for tlit> dish; the cutlets to bo served rouud it. Mulligatawny Soup.—Put into a saucepan 2oz butter, when hot fry.in two onions, sliced, and when these are browned shake in two tablespoonfuls of flour, and loz. curry powder, and fry a little longer, add three pints of good stock, and stir till it boils and thickens, well skim, pass through a...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Editor's Letter Box [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 February 1902

The Editor's Letter Box " Australian." writes protesting against Mr. Holman's action in the recent anti-wax meeting, which, he says, was simply a pro Boer meeting. He thinks that Mr. Holman is running with the hare and hunting with the hounds, because as a representative of the people he is pledged to maintain the rights of the Sovereign and the defence of the British dominions. He insists that Mr. Holman is only seeking to catch the votes of a number of individuals who are distinguished only for their hatred of England, and commends to the consideration of Mr. Holman and his colleagues a careful perusal of J. P. JFitzpatrick's " Trans vaal From Within," and opines that a course of such reading might restrain the local pro Boers from the seditious course to which they have lent themselves. * H.W." writes protesting against the pro posed licence of TattersalPs in Pitt-street being extended to premises in George-street, and asks us'to use our influence with others to prevent the Licen...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 February 1902

J. TRAIN & CO., (Tklephonb 3204), MANUFACTURERS OF Ait Wood and Marblo Monties, Slate and Marble Steps, Befreahment Tables, Butchers' CouutcrTope. 117 Bathunt Street, Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 February 1902

HOWAT & McPHA.IL, f Tailors & General Outfitters, i Bobe and Gown Makers, . Y.M.C.A. BUILDINGS, 94 & 9G BATHURST STREET, SYDNEY. MARCUS CLARE & CO., Furniture Warehousemen, 2 to 16 BROWN STREET, NEWTOWN. The largest, best lighted and ventilated, aud most exten sively stocked premises in the State. Sell on terrun if necessary to unit everybody. Inspection invited. Telephone 348 and 53, Newtown. C. B. Vintiner & Co.; 108 PITT STREET, SYDNEY, Will REMOVE YOUR FURNITURE from any of the States to any of the other State*, or storo it Storage, Is. per week per single van load. E. B. Orchard, Watchmaker and Jeweller, 793 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. Muuufacturew of Five-pointed Stars; Silver, from 3/G; Golu, from 10/0. WESLEY AN BOOK DEPOT 381 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. Blukeney't* Mtuuml of Rom&h Controversy, 1/(5, p. 1/10. The Dawn of the Reformation— The Aye of "Wycliffc— by H. B. Workman, 2/G, p. 2/11. Oliver Cromwell, Hi* Life, Times, Battlefield*,...

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Vandalism in Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 February 1902

Vandalism in Australia. So locking are tho English in the artistic temperament that if it were not for the arm of the law not ono of Nature's temples would bo sacred from tho oil-destroying brand of tho vandal. The " notion of shopkeepers " has no eye for boauty, and as soon as they discover a spot frosh from God'B own hands thoy im modiotely begin to defile it with theirs. Tho beauties of Syduoy's lovoly harbour are spoilt by advertisement placards stuck up in overy available nook. Even tho blue watersthemsolves ire disfigured by an unsightly craft on whoso white sails are scrawled the virtues of Beecli ! 111'a pills ; wliile the solitudes of [the beautiful Hawkesbury Biver are shamed by obnoxious posters stuck prominently on* 'picturesque rocks and fallen trees. TJnpicturesque$ Mel bourne has'little beauty'.to "boast of, but'that is similarly'defiled. Even tie driftwooqL^n St. Hilda's beach is made to proclaim th^.^dvan tages of various soaps and ointnieajs, and there is one spot ...

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Valedictory, [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 February 1902

Valedictory, Among the passengers leaving to-day (Satur day) by the P. and O. liner "China" for London are Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Learmonth, of Neutral Bay, who are leaving for o well earned holiday in the old country, where they will doubtless have a pleasant time visiting friends and relations. We wish them "bon voyage " and a safe return. Apropos of the Coronation. It may interest you to near that England has had no fewer than seven uncrowned Queens. Of these, the first was the plain young second wife of EdwaTd I. Possibly out of deference to liis subjects' taste, denied the pride of coronation Henry Yin. to Anne Boleyn's four successors: Jane Seymour, Anne of Clevea, Catherine Howard, and Catherine Parr. Later, through religious scruples, Charles I.'s pretty young French Princess, Hen rietta Maria, a staunch Roman Catholic, refused to be crowned with her husband, as it entailed an oath of allegiance to the English Church. The last uncrowned Queen was tho unfortunate Caroline of ...

Publication Title: Watchman
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NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 February 1902

NOTICES. At a meeting of the Council of the A.P.D. Association held in ■ the Board-room, on February 6th, the. Rev. Johu Nairn, the well known and popular lecturer was appointed organizing secretary and lecturer . to the Association Districts desirous of having a branch formed will kindly notify the same to the President of the Association, Dr. Dill Macky, 9 Jamieson Street, Sydney.

Publication Title: Watchman
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Home and Foreign Missions: [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 February 1902

Home and Foreign Missions: Tlx© Rev. J. S. Paton, the famous missionaty to tbe New Hebrides, -writing to the Marquess of Northampton, says—"Between 30 and 40 years ago our two pioneer missionaries, Drs. Geddio and Inglis. were translating the Bible into the first language acquired as ppoken by the savage cannibals on the new Hebrides. Now the Bible, complete or in parts, has been translated and printed, and is now read by the. natives in 22 different languages as spoken by them on the group; and, by the Holy Spirit's power, with its teaching, nearly 18,000 savage cannibals have been lea to. give up all heathen practices and to love and serve Jesus Christ as their God and Saviour, with a devotion which would put inanynominalEuropeanChristians to shame. There, every convert observes family worship daily, asks God's blessing on each meal, and becomes a missionary in toying to lead others to salvation and the joys of His Borvice here." All these versions' have been printed by the Bible ...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 February 1902

=33 us i r? essfciee. The WATcmtAX, a Weekly Journal of Social, Political, and Religious Progress. ''PublishedXovery Friday. 0£Bco: 35 Queen Victoria; Markets, York-street, Sydney. ^ .. ' n Subscribers'' forms. Yearly .. .!\ -is. 4d. Half-yearly ' 2s. 2d. - Quarterly : .. Is. Id..' . The above terms are subject to. region if the Federal Postage Bill comes into operation, rmd if so, subscribers are kindly requested' to forward the rtecessary postage. If the paper is cfelivered by an agent,- the subscription is payable to that agent . ; ' ,f - X Advertisements^ The Watchman offers sp«>cial£wUiUeifdradvertisizjg', the terms of which may be had ofita'canvasserH, or upon application at the office. . V; r. , , All Literary Commnnieationa/to bpJ;addressed to the. Editor, and Business Communications to 'the Manager, 35 Queen Victoria Markets, York-street,' Sydney. Correspondence.^' The Watcidian will always be open'to correspondents who have aught to say worth the-. Ka^iugv and writers w...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Obiter Dicta. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 February 1902

Obiter Dicta, We shall be glad to receive pjwagraphs for tlxis column from contributors. They should not, as a rule, contain more tlinn can bo closely written upon a postcard. We shall also gladly publish suitable paragraphs for the Protestaut watchtower, andtheseshouldnot be more tliana quarter of a column in length. As an en couragement to our younger readers we will forward next week a copy of " The Eternal City," by Hall Caine, for the best paragraph sent in. AH communications will be acknow ledged, but none can be returned. . The Federal Premier has saved Senator JDrake, tlie Postmaster-General, from a diffi cult situation. After lighting stoutly for a clause in the Postal Bill which was manifestly aimed at Tatters all's sweeps, and carrying his point, the Senator showed extraordinary weak ness by declaring that ho would not put the clause into force until he was assured public opinion demanded it. Parliament is supposed to represent public opinion; and Parliament, in the debat...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 February 1902

NOTICE. COPIES of The Watchman are being posted, to clergymen throughout the State, with the request that thoy will kindly see thai thoy are placed in the handrt of persons who will prove vympathetio and become subscribers to Tub "Watchman. NOTICE. MEMBERS of the Australian Protestant Defence Association who bare ordered Tub "WATcmtur through tho Nows Agents we ask them kindly to pass this specimen copy on to their next door neighbour. Don't fail to do this. COUNTRY RESIDENCE. LEIJKA.—Mm. Whitb, ' Consott House, close to station, beautiful situation, every comfort. Terms moderate.

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Our Legal Column. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 February 1902

Our Legal Column. Enquiries should be addressed to "Lex," Watchman Office, 35, Market Buildings, York Street, and must be accompanied by the subjoined printed application. This column is intended to afford informatidn and practical advice to correspondents, with regard to auy legal difficulties which they, may experience. Questions submitted may often require re search, and therefore should 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 Murket Buildings, • York-street, Sydney. Plcuse answer in " The "Watchman" the annexed question. Reply to be uddrtswod to ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. Seohetaby.—A simple majority will be sufficient to bind the members. The proposed amendment is quite in order. F. L.—Unfortunately, you have no redress. Tax.—You are not entftied to the deduction but should object to the new assessment on the ground that it is-excessive."' Get a form of objection fro...

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A Fashionable Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 February 1902

A Fashionable Wedding. On Wednesday afternoon, 4th February, a wedding was solemnized at St. Mark's Church, Darling Point, between. Miss E. H. Hordern, eldest daughter of Mr. Sam Hordern, and Mr. Leslie Walford, second son of Mrs. W. Walford, of Bayswater Road, the .Rev. Willougliby Slower officiating. The chancel was beautifully decorated in a scheme of shadowy palms, which lent a delightful air of coolness after the glare of the sun outside. Just at 2.30 p.m., a general stir announced the bride's arrival. She looked charming and animated all through the service, wearing an exquisite Tobe of ivoiy tinted Duchesse satin. The skirt was plainly cut, but elaborated with three deep flounces of fine point de gage lace. The bodice was of finely tucked inousseline de soie, with lace-covered Russian front, and elbow sleeves were finished with a deep fall of Brussels point. The orange chaplot wreath confined a lovely Brussels lace veil. Sound the neck was a brilliant necklace of diamonds, an...

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Presentation To Bro. Oliver Paul. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 February 1902

Presentation To Bro. Oliver Paul. [By Odb Special.] IiA8t Friday night a very pleasant function took place at the Protestant Hall, Castlereagli street, when Dir. Oliver Paul and his wife were the recipients of a handsome presentation from the members of the Orange and Black Institutions. Bro. Lucas was in the chair, and he was supported on the platform by Bro. King, Prov. Grand Master of the Black Institution, Rev. Bro. Curtis, and a brilliant array of masters of the various Lodges. A capital musical progamme filled in the early portion of the. evening, and among those who contributed were Bro Paul, who gave a recita tion in dramatic stylo, and Bro. Ridgeway, who fairly convulsed his audience with a capital rendering of a comic song. Miss Craddock, exquisitely gowned in bluo, was the pick of the lady vocalists. After light refresh ments had been served, the chairman called on Bro. King to make the presentation. Bro. lung explained the real object of the gathering, and testified to t...

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Commercial. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. The Watchman Office, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 February 1902

Commercial. FAUM and dairy produce. ' The Watchman Office, Thursday Evening. .. i "During the past week marked attention has been paid to all kinds of farm produce. Stocks, however, are well tip to requirements. Butter . market eased to lid per lb., due to increasing supplies; lower values in neighbouring colonies, and present high prices prohibiting export orders; there is still an over abundant supply, and possibility of further reduced values shortly.1 Bacon has advanced to 8d per lb., being highest: price reached for some years. Cheese stocks heavy; demand dull. Egg market firm, suburban selling to Is 4d to Is 5d per doz. Poultry: prime quality selling freely; weedy sorts hard to quit. Wheat: Milling very linn and scarce; sales 3s Id to 3s 2d, good chick wheat 2s 9d to 2s lid. Chaff brisk, sales ex Bedfern; spirited bidding for prime, green sorts 4s 2d to 4s 4d per cwt., medium sorts 3s 6d to 3s lid.,, llaize firm, 3s 6d> Oats:. feed scarce, good demand for seed oats. Potatoe...

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News of the Churches.. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 February 1902

News of the Ciiurciies. Ministers and members of churches will greatly oblige 1 us ;by Hending short, pithy reports of services, ! meetings, etc. Bishop Montgomery lias arrived in London, and taken up his new duties as Secretary of the S.P.G. ' Harvest Thanksgiving Sorvicen were held at Mittagong on Sunday last The Eev. Dr. Butledge occupied the pulpit. • The Primate opened a new-Mission TTnll at Mill Hill, Wayerley, on Saturday last The Eev T. D. Knox, M.A., Is Curate in charge.. Arrangements have boon made for having an ordained assistant at St Stephen's Presbyterian Church, BathursL Mr. Richards, the Pambula Wesleyan Mis sionary, is visiting Bombala monthly, while the latter circuit is without a minister. Tlie Bev. Harold S. D. Portus has been ap pointed curate to the Boon of Newcastle and collector of the Cathedral building Fui;d. The Eev. James Green preached in the WeBt Maitlnnd church for the lost time last Sunday, previous to leaving with the Federal Contingent as Methodist ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 February 1902

*4 Beautiful Solid GOLD RING Set with a Genuine Garnet. NO HONEV WAKTHO. Simply tend us your name andaddrei*, plainly written on * postal c*nl, and i r you have collect &-J and * ie»d yoti i of all expense to you., Yon . ' % package (if you can), mid - ml yon Absolutely Free > dewrlhrd ring, which is stamped and warranted Solid Oold, set with a Qenulne Qarnet. Remember you have no duty or charges of any kind to pay—both the perfume and premiums are sent absolutely Free of all charges. Our object lii nuking this marvellous offer, and giving such unusual fine premiums, i« to get our very superior perfume into the lands of the public immediately, as we art nutitSed that everyone •ill be vo weu pleased with It that they trill gladly recommend H to their friend*—we nave hoodreds of unsolicited testimonials. You simply send your name and address plainly written ft poet eard, and wa will tend the perfume. No mosey repaired. We take all i1' jniable U not sold. lUmtmbcr we pay all...

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Our Little Folks [CONDUCTED BY "AUNT[?]E."] RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 February 1902

Our Little Folks [Conducted by "Aontie."] 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 side of the paper only. 3. Letters may be upon any subject of in terest to the writer—short stories about their pets, accounts of their omusementB and'recrea tions, favourite toys, etc. • ; 4. letters must be written by the children themselves. 5. Address all letters to "Auntie," o/o, "Watchman" Office, 35Queen Victorir Mar kets, York-Btreet. The following are the solutions to last week's competitions:— E NT GMA COMPETITION. Sobiptobe Enigma. 1- Johoahaz. 2. Ebenezer. 3. Hazael. 4. Ophir.- 5. Salmon. 6. Hadadezer. 7. Ezra. - 8. Barak. . 9. Ahaz. ' Answer.:i-Jeho8heba. Enigma op Transposed .Towns. 1. Whitehaven. 5. Eothsay. 2. Amsterdam. 6. Leominster. 3. Tynemouth. 7. Oldcastle. 4. Eastbourne. 8. Orpington. . .Answer.—Waterloo.

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RELIGIOUS TEACHING IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 February 1902

RELIGIOUS TEACHING IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. One of the chief complaints of Cardinal Moran and his Priests, with regard to our State Schools, is that religious training has noplace in them. Now as a matter of fact, so far as the State of N.S. Wales at all events is con cerned, this slight impeachment is simply un true. Not only does the Education Act pro vide for the instruction of the children in the "Word of God, under the supervision of the teacher, but liberty is also given to eveiy sect and creed, who care to avail themselves of it, of having their cliildren instructed in their peculiar tenets. This privilege belongs to .Rabbi, Priest or Parson, for in the eye of the law no differences are made. Is there any unfairness in this? Any reference, however, to this, the actual state of things, is studiously avoided by Cardinal Moran and Co. when an opportunity is given them locally to attack the State School system. ThuB, speaking at Newtown on;Sunday last, his "Eminence" is reported to hav...

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THE [?] Watchman SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1902. OUR FIRST NUMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 February 1902

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1902. OUR SXBST NUMBER. The success -which attended the first issue of The "Watchman far exceeded our most sanguine expectations, and there can be little douht that we shall be compelled to double our circulation almost immediately. Nearly every agent ■writes to tell our manager that he sold out the copies sent him almost at once, and the same story was related by the news vendors in the streets. " Going like hot cakes, sir," said one bo/ when we asked him how he was doing, " Pve sold six dozen, and my brother has gone to get some more." On Saturday our pub iflhers found that they were obliged to stop any further issue of copies, as we had not sufficient for the office files and exchanges. We are aware of the fact that this demand was occasioned, not by the contents of the paper so much as by the expectation which had been created, and the loyal interest of those who form our special constituency. We have been rejoiced, therefore, to receive many com munication...

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