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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 3 May 1902

CARES, PASTRY, Etc. Our Bakery Goods tire the VERY HIGHEST QUALITY. We do not use low-grade ingredients; all materials are the best money can buy CAKES * Ml kinds * Madeira, Sultana, Seed)fr Plain, Is. a pound PASTRY 'Assorted. Small, 2s. Large, 2s* 6d. a dozen Sfte N.S.W. Fresh Food Ice Co. Ltd. Retail Depots s 92 Ring Street* 23 Royal Arcade. City

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 3 May 1902

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 3 May 1902

Youcannot do better than emyloy { STJTTOTsT <Sc CO., GENERAL CARRIERS, Custom House Agents, For the Removal of Parcel#, llajjfjagc. Furniture, &c.,anywhere. Up-to-date Carriers. Each Carter is snpplied with a Delivery-" ibeet, which explains the amount to pav. ANDREWS BROS\x=req-\ MONUMENTAL. SCULPTORS. Kvery description of Monumental WoTk neatly. * " "" lates post free. Tel- phone Mi. •, BOARD AND RESIDENCE. (Three Doors from the Scots Church.) NORTHUMBERLAND HOUSE, 17 JA1EES0N ST. 'v This old-established • •• • •• • • sole Management of Uatha. Terms Model LIGHTNING FR^me toZORKS 45- 110NDI JUNCTION. : The best place on farth to get j our Pictures Framed. E. J. ALEXANDER, Pkoi'RISTor. lly special appointment to Lord and Lady Hampden. : Mrs, H. Hall, GEWBEAL DTEE, 141 GEORGE STEEET, WEST. FRENCH CLEANER & OSTRICH ' FEATHER DRESSER.: Parccts called for; Wesleyan Book Depot, 381 GEOKGE-ST., SYDNEY. From Apostle to Priest, by Falconer, 4/6, p. 4/11. The Peopl...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Early Church of Rome. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 3 May 1902

The Early Church of Rome. Tiieue is something divine in all religion, the heaven-kindled spark iuav burn dimly in the stifling atmosphenf of superstition or be dulled "by unmeaning ceremonial, but the light is there, over ready to rise in a steady tiame. Deeply implanted in human nature is that same craving that made the Athenians raise an altar to the unknown God, a sense of destiny unfulfilled, a desiro to atone. But in its'mani\x=req-\ festations it is necessarily imperfect in-so-far as ,it is affected by influences that are not divine, and in such cases wo find that earthly vapours dull its light In considering tho claims'of tbe Church of Home, and its actual position in religion, wo must consider not on what points we differ from the views of tlrnt bod}*, but whether it is possible for us to find some particular, on which we' may both bo in harmony. We may make the field of selection wide, and 1 on the broad principle that we both profess and call ourselves Christians wo may pe...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE Watchman CIRCULATION 9000. SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1902. THE BOER WAR. PEACE PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 3 May 1902

CIRCULATION 9000. THE BOER "WAR. PEACE PROSPECTS. Hecznt cables regarding the negotiations lor peace in 8. Africa are of a distinctly hopeful ' character. This is due almost entirely to the fact that the --Boers still in arms are no longer deceived by the lying promises and chicanery of their foreign Envoys, and are now prepared to accept the inevitable loss of an independence which has been in the past their proudest possession. This calamity, however, is. but the logical outcome of their own foolhardy actions, and one which they must have known was at stake when their leaders issued that impudent ultimatum. There is a tendency in certain - quarters to sympathise with the Boers, and to condemn Great Britain for the heavy sentence of confiscatipn of country about to be passed. Doubtless it is a national disaster to lose an independence which has been fought and bled for by a liberty-loving people. We do not de. sire to withhold any praise from the Boers for the sacrifices they have ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Archbishop Kelly and the Pope. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 3 May 1902

Archbishop Kelly and the Pope. In a lecture recently delivered in St. Mary's Roman Catholic Catliedral by Archbishop Kelly, he reiterates the old Romish dogma that the Pope was the Vicar of Christ. He said, " the Pope was the successor of St. Peter: that he inherited all the privileges of the Apostles; <tliat he was the rock on which the Church of Christ was built." Of course he gives us proof for these assertions, but informed Protestants knowtlieirfalsity. The celebrated saying of Christ 41 upon this rock X will biuld my church," Archbishop Kelly refers to Peter on whom the church was built. "Well, for the edification of Roman Catholics, who are prohibited from reading the scriptures for themselves, or from putting any other construction upon what they teach, than what their church teaches, tliQ following Temarks may be useful. Cmiisr Alone is the rock of the sinner's salvation, the rock on which alone His church is founded, the rock on which alone His people's faith is...

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

"SEMPER which. literally EADEM," BHIU^ MEANS bamsl" THTB is why THE LION BRAND 0 OP CONFECTIONERY IS SO POPULAR, $ obit tbb jnr*sT nrosKDnons nam xr is r z gkkatbt Ktvousm wot thx omumzH. juaunonm; s ossr >r James Stedman,ia c£j5SS? ^ biamft.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Australian Protestant Defence Association. DULWICH HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 3 May 1902

The Australian Protestant > Defence Association. DTJLWICH HILL. Dulwich Hill Branch of A.P.D.A met in the Atlienseum hnll on the 15th instant, and the usual -invitation to the public meeting till 0 p.m. was very largely responded to. An hour with one'of'the best phonographs in the city proved very attractive, and tho 17 or 18 records produced high-class vocal and instrumental selections which demanded ail encores. This branch endeavours to malie tho hour of meeting as attractive as possible. A vote of tlianks was accorded Messrs. Josephson and Baker for the entertainment. At the members meeting which followed 22 now members were admitted and 8 nominated for nest meeting. This branch intends in the near future to hold meetings in the Town Hall, Marrickville, , and in a hall to be chosen at the "Warren in addition to its headquarters. \ The Council of the AP.D.A meets, on. the last Monday of each month. . The bye-laws for the working of the branches of the A.P.D.A. having now been ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Faults of Preachers. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 3 May 1902

The Faults oi Preachers. | Some are too weak, and some are too strong; Some are too short, and some are loo long*; Some are too stout, and some are too thin; Some are always out, and some are always in ; Some are too good, and some are too bad; Some are too grave, and.some are too glad; Soma in their clothing are too exquisite; Some never study, and somo never visit; Some are too tine, and some are too plain, Somo preach the same sermons again ahd again; Some, spite of whatover tlio-critics may say, In tho midst of their most solemu so'nnons look gay; And some, liowo'er pleasing the facts they rehearse, Are unable to smile, and look grave as a hearse; Some in their business transactions are muffs; Some can't keep thoir tomper, but get into huffs; Somo nro'too high, and some are too low; And in their iirst sermon tell all they know; ; Somo are too humble, and some are too proud; Some are too faint, and some are too loud; j Some have many faults, some have bat one, j But I never heard...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Reflection of a Son on the Church. [All Rights Reserved.] [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 3 May 1902

The Reflection of a Son ^ on the Church.' By Nil yah. [All Rights Reserved.] • You j ust take my word, its a nice thing entirely, This ruling the roost in an up-to-date way, : Wo mate no commotion, we just do it slyly There is not much fuss, but we've got all the sway; "We're treading so gently, there's scarcely a', being But thinks it his duty to help us along. It is of the spirit of Christian charity, . At least that's the name we will give it in song, "When you think of the ills of poor Protestant creatures, They've no chance of heaven, but only of hell. We can't call their actions anything Christian, Though politeness may prompt us to say they look well, For surface appearances are what we study And must, if wo would keep our plans quite intact, Wo mustn't consider the truth of the matter. It never would suit us to stick just to fact. If'they but knew all we've planned for the future, And what we are workiug so nicely just now; I don't think they'd be for taking it easy, Indeed,...

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

BUSINESS NOTICES. The footwear, manufactured and imported by Messrs. Cropley and Sons, 800 George-street, ^ is one of the most prominent features in the. * shopping world of Sydney. All/.the jnostV fashionable and up-to-date shoes and boots are to be found in the establishment, and no customer need go away unsatisfied. Messrs, Crop ley and Sods are-sole agents in N.S.W. for the famous "JennessMiller" Hygienic shoe. Messrs. John Andrew and Co., the well\x=req-\ known printers of this city, have issued from their press, a most attractive and neatly got-up > publication descriptive of the winter and autumn fashions at Messrs. David Jones and Co. The book consists of 40 pages, and contains over 200 illustrations, beautifully printed on art',, paper, with a handsomely designed cover, - specially prepared for Coronation year. Ladies who follow Dame Fashion will find all the latest productions in milliner}', mantles, costumes, etc., etb.,-from the world's leading modeleurs. The entire p...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 10 May 1902

Ed. Note.—The Question is: Whether one reading History as Professor Wood does is the right man in the right place ? Did Professor Wood not occupy the position he does occupy, his utterances would be regarded;with indifference. • - The " Microbe," bringing cough and cold, Has now a busy season, And bound to get a lasting hold Unless we lint to reason. Xeglect may bring uh to the grave, TTrnt's positive and sure, But every danger wo can brave With Woods' Great Peppermint Curb. CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY. Quickly relieve* and cures painful breathing and dangerously sounding cough, indicative of congested lungs. All chemists und storekeepers; Ik. Od. T. RELTON, Tailor. Estab. s5 years. Next door to Royal Naval Institute. Ladies Tailor-made Costumes. Repairing and Cleaning. Business Suits to order from 3/3/-. 30 Grosvknor-St. F. W- J0NS0N, F.I.P.S., "MARKETST\x=req-\ Shorthand, Typewriting, Book-Kecping, &c. WlfCDD WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER, i IvClillj 644 George-street. G. LOVELY ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 10 May 1902

A STRAIGHT TIP. You cun cure that miserable cough you have by\x=req-\ taking Chaiubcrliiin'a Cough Remedy. All chcmi'tti and storekeepers;" 1h. Gd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 10 May 1902

PREEIfMAN'S STUDIOS KING STREET ARCADE, SYDNEY.-^ To be ennured of ugooi claw of PH0T03RA.PH xlt to CREEE/MA.N's!8' fitters are taken by the Principal of the Firm.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 10 May 1902

CLIFTON'S LILYWHITE STARCH. FREE FI{0Nl ALL ADULTERATION.

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Correspondence. PROFESSOR WOOD AND THE PEACE AT ANY PRICE PARTY. To the Editor of the "Watchman." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 10 May 1902

Correspondence. professor Wood and the peace at any price party. To the Editor of the " Watchman." Dear Sir,—I have read with deep regret your sub-leader in last week's issue on Professor Wood, and deprecate very much the extreme course urged therein, for which I think there is no jussification. Personally I do not know Professor Wood except by repute, and I have very little sympathy with his views or with his attitude on the question of the war in South Africa, but surely he and those who act with him, though subject to the severest criticism, are entitled to fair play, which, to me, the said article does not seem to give them. ' In this free country (at least, I hope it is still a free country), surely every mau has a right to his own opinion on any public question, und the right also to enforce his opinion in any fair way open to him; and I do not think that Professor Wood has done anything unfair or inconsistent with the rights of a British subject. He has laid himself open to c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 10 May 1902

Ed. Note.—As a matter of fair play we publisk'this letter, but our readers can judge for themselves wliere, from a Protestaut point of( view, the writer is, and whither, he is tending.

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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 — 10 May 1902

What Christian Endeavor is Doing [All Christian Endeavour era arc cordially invited to forward report* and items for this column to the Editor.! A letter from Dr. Clark, written from Sweden, tells of finding a Christian Endeavor Society at Malmberjet, 55 miles north of the Arctic Circle, where, for a fortnight in December and Januiry, they have to read the Constitution by the light of an oil lamp at mid-day. * % *1 In Ramvvallah, Jerusalem, there is a C. E. Society which is veiy much alive. The Missionary Committee made thirty-seven garments for the poor. They have a correspondence committee which keeps absent members in touch with the Society. All the other committees are equally faithful. Think of the possibilities of a Flower Committeo in the very land in which Jesus spoke of the lilies of the valley, and iu which the rose of Sharon bloomB ? ♦ # . * * The Evangelistic superintendent of the Chicago Union, at a recent Executive Committee meeting, struck home with an incident which ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUNDAY CLOSING OF SHOPS. To the Editor of "The Watchman." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 10 May 1902

SUNDAY CLOSING OP SHOPS. To the Editor of " The Watchman." Sir,—We read that a vigorous protest was mude to the Premier^ on Thursday, 17th April, re the Sunday closing of shops. Mr. K. D. Meagher (leader 6f the deputation) in his opening remarks referred to the Act now iu force as u of a harassing character to a large number of shopkeepers," and that it was in 44 a most unsatisfactory position." Then the hon. gentleman went on to ask—" What harm could be caused by the opening of these shops ? and later he went on to say, that "it was opposed to the spirit of the times." Among others also engaged in the discussion, were Messrs. D. Levy, J5. 0. V. Broughton, S. Smith,.R/Sleath, R. H, Levien, J. Power, and D. O'Connor, euch trying to see whose voice would reach the highest pitch. Needless to say thai tie reasons brought forward were simply ; ridiculous, positively laughable, aud the one I thing which the members of the deputation | seemed to liarp on was, that the Inspec tor I Geueral ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 10 May 1902

The City Food Emporium Our Central Retail "Depot, 135 King Street* is replete with the most varied stocks of POULTRY of every description, also Specially imported FOOD DELICACIES. * FISH of all Countries at prices starting at 3d. a pound. Choice CAME • now in Season. Send for a Catalogue of prices. Parcels Delivered FREE in City and Suburbs. lohe N.S.W. Fresh Food H Ice Co. Ltd., Sydney

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