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Stories from the Past. IV. HOLLAND'S STRUGGLE FOR RELIGIOUS FREEDOM. (Coutinued.) (All Rights Reserved.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 17 May 1902

Stories from the Past. ■ IV. HOLLAND'S STRUGGLE FOR RELIGI\x=req-\ OU8 FREEDOM. (Coutinucd.) By C.E.S.T. {All Rights Reserved.) After5 wrecking the Cathedral of Antwerp, I smashing and destroying every picture -and 1 statue it contained, the mob rushed through the city, intent upon further damage^ -N^.- | the least remarkable feature of the moveznenu ' however, was the immunity enjoyed by priests and nuns from any violence. Despite the fact that the mob was hourly increasing in | numbers and unrestrained passion, yet no-' where was any hurt done to individuals. Neither insult nor injury was perpetrated^ though each might have been eifected with impunity. For two days and nights the havoc continued, spreading from the city to the surrounding villages. Not a church or a convent escaped a visit,'much valuable property being destroyed. It will never be accurately known how many churches suffered pillage, but the number was undoubtedly large. In Flanders alone four hundred were sacked, w...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR AUSTRALIANS AND PROFESSOR WOOD. To the Editor of "The Watchman." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 17 May 1902

OUR '8IBALIANS AND PROFESSOR WOOD. . To tlie Editor of " Tho Watchman." Boar Sir,—The slur cast upon the loyalty of our^Australian lads, who fought, bled, and suffered on the battle fields of South Africa, should raise a storm of indignation throughout the length and breadth of the land, instead of which we find several living in our country who are only too ready to sympathise with those who revile them and try to belittle their motives for leaving home and country, and all they held dear—some, alas! never to return—at the time ; of England's need. These brave fellows fought j for the Empire they loved, with' a bravery, I.loyalty, and self-sacrifice which Professor Wood and his satellites are incapable of appreciating or understanding. Any one worthy the name of Australian has every reason to be proud of her soldiers, they having won golden opinion? from all with whom they came in contact. Jealousy seems to be at tbe bottom of Professor Wood's chief grievance against Australia and ...

Publication Title: Watchman
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PROFESSOR WOOD AND THE PEACEAT-ANY-PRICE PARTY. (To the Editor of "The Watchman.") [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 17 May 1902

PROFESSOR WOOD AND THE PEACE\x=req-\ AT-ANY-PRIOE PARTY. (To the Editor of " The Watchman.") Sin,—Your article in tlie "Watchman of the 3rd inst., on the above subject was read by myself, and I believe by the almost entire body of your*subscribers with hearty approval as a just and timely utterance. Our open approval is called for by the extraordinary attack the Xtev. John Macaulay makes upon that article in your issue now to hand. I Confess that the attitude and action of our good friend fairlj' astounds us. Mr. Macaulay disclaims any personal bios in favour of Professor Wood, and says he "has little sympathy with his views, or with his attitude on the opinion of the war in South Africa," yet Mr. Macaulay's letter is that of a heated partisan; and his entire liue of argument a piece of special pleading, to shield Professor Wood from the adverse criticism which his most unpatriotic action has naturally and justly drawn upon him. Mr, Macauley insists tliat the Professor shall have "f...

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Correspondence. (We do not hold ourselves responsible for the views of our correspondents.) To the Editor of "The Watchman." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 17 May 1902

Correspondence. (We do not hold ourselves responsible for Vie views of our correspondents.) To tlie Editor of " The Watchman." Sib,—I have read in your plucky little paper the article censuring Professor Wood for hie attitude as a pro-Boer, and the letter, signed JqIih Macaulay, which in a measure seeks to protect him from your very righteous wrath. 'JChe position you have taken up regarding the Professor appears to me to bo the only sound one possible. However much we may doubt whether he is in the right or not, one fact, above all others remains, that he has made a deliberate mis-statement The Bev. Macaulay would leave the Professor to be the judge as to whether there is a greaj minority behind him or not. I, Sir, think with you, that this etatement should be tested, and either proved or withdrawn. The feeling of the Labor Party lias never been taken as to its opinion regarding the war. The delegates divided at their Conference, and carried the vote by a majority of 14, but as non...

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DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 17 May 1902

. DAIBY PBODUCE. Buwkb—Ureamery, l Jbit 1/3, per lb. Some agents quoting- 1/2J Factor}', 1/2, 1/3. ... Some agents quoting 1/2 Dairy, 1/1, 1/2. f;' Pastry, 1/-, 1/01. - JBioon—Sides: McLean's, /7i. Manning's /7J to per lb .. Madaies, /«,' SJ/. . Hitches, /0, /7. . . ' , Shoulders, 4/, /5. ' -.Cheesk—N.S.W., loaf, /8J, /8 J. per lb. Hedium size, /8 to /b$. ■ Victorian. I8h, /8$. NZ.,/8£, /8|. $JSqgb—Southern, 1/8 per doz. ^ Northern,. 1/6J to 1/7. - \ -^i --t.- ' -: New laid, 2/-"to 2/2.- , -.. ! Bladder, /8J,/9.•;'■ V•-'"*,}{r::S , Balk tins, ./8£. Hxks—N.S."W. /10 /10J, light weight/II per lb. , New Zealand ^bonded; /i0,/10|. j ' •: Poultby—Fowls j Hens, 2/9 to 3/, prime 3/2, 3/6 per j • pair. I ,, • Boosters, 3/-, 3/9; prime, 4/-, 6/-. " Dueks 3/-, 3/3, prime4/-, 5/9. • ^Geeae,4/-, 0/-. ' \ . Turkey hens, 4/-, 5/- prime 5/6, 6/6. . j ' „ cocks, 7/-, 8/-, 9/-; prime, 10/-, 16/- j FARM PRODUCE. . * ; "k Jfih-mt—jjc per bnftfr?!. weevily, 4/3 to 4/5. Chaff—Local prime, 4/17/6 to 5//-...

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St. Patrick and his Day. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 17 May 1902

St. Patrick and his Day. Patrick died about the year 465. Towards | the end of the seventh century a man with I the uncouth-looking name of Maccumachthe\x=req-\ I nus wrote the first " Life " of our saint. - Crokus, an Irishman, who died about the year 950, wrote tne second; Jocelin, a Cistercian monk, who lived in'the twelfth century, wrote the third. It occupied 700 years from the death of Patrick for the production of these lives. Others of less note were written. The only genuine " life " we have is his own " Confession." According to himself, lie is a humble Christian , conscious of God's grace to him a sinner, who believes that he is called by God to seek the salvation of the Irish people. According to his biographers, who lived hundreds of years after his* death, and who had no personal knowledge of him, he was a workex-of extraordinary miracles, a* prophet who foretells events, and one who is visited by angels. These miracles began at his baptism. . The priest was blind and ...

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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 arketa, York Street.] [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 17 May 1902

Woman's Column. [" Martha" will be glad to receive and answer any oom\x=req-\ municataona addressed to her, care of the Editor 35 Queen Victoria arketa, York Street."] Dear Dorcas, A hew and very fashionable style of bracelet and necklet is composed of pearls and enamel "bugles"—to use the old-fashioned word for those long, narrow tube beads, which are again in evidence. The bugles are black, white, or coloured. Black studded with white ^pearls, and with a black and white enamel shamrock pendant, are charming for mourning. White beads, with the faintest pink pearls and little rose pendant, or green bugles punctuated, as it were, with smoked pearls and with ivy-leaf pendants, are one ; and all extremely pretty. Turquoises * arc well used with white or grey enamel beads and forget-me-not pendants; and any artistic jeweller can evoke a dozen different and equally attractive modes of blending the slender tubes and round pearls. I hear on excellent authority that a Mel j bourne 'Varsity ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 17 May 1902

crnCtf\x=req-\ [TRADE^HERE YOU SEE THISSSG^ a (Ql-OPEBATIVI IIP Jdnewiih every I^^^IB'cush purchase Ail FOR TH Look for this sign BEFORE you buy SEE THAT YOU GET GREEN COUPONS

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Our Little Folks RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 17 May 1902

. Oitf Little Folks [Conducted bt "Atjnixe."] RULES. 1. wnteiH must be between the ages 01 sax ana fifteen, and most state their ages when writing. 2. "Writersto "Auntie" must write on one side of the paper only. 3. Letters may be upon any subject of interest to the writer—nhort stories, accounts of their amusements and TP^reataona, reading, favourite toys, etc. 4. Letter* must be original, written and composed by tho children themselves. 5. Addrww all letters to *' Auntie," e/o. " Watchman " Office. 35 Queen Victoria Markets, Tork-stre ct. My Dear Young Folk,— j Last week's competition (a map of Austra | 11a) lias been competed for by about 25 boys and girls* All the maps sent in were of a very high character, and to select tae winner was a very hard task. After considerable thought and reflection I have decided in giving a prize each to Ruby Wharton, Long Nose Point, ! Balmaiu, and Lance J. Leader, 1 Comber-st., Paddington, Sydney. These two competitors are equal, and their work i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 17 May 1902

To Industry there's many a man Who owes his bank account, ) And they who lowly life began Climbed quickly up the monnt. - We trust that those whom charm of gold To perils may allure, Such as neglect of cough or cold. Take Woods' Cheat Peppermint Cube.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 17 May 1902

iBOCHOALEJOLlECE SYDNEY, REV?CXFDRSCUTT.aA] Brincipal. - A HIOWUSS BOARDING SCHOOL FQS BOYS. 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, from1 £9 9s per term. All sub\x=req-\ }ecte,laundry,mend\x=req-\ ing, etc. Established ten years. Prospectus on application to the Principal. Tele- > phone, 49*K. We are now conducting Funeral Business at Cheaper Rates than any other similar , establishment in Sydney or Suburbs. f Embalming, as practised by ub, is a pronounced sucoobb. See Pamphlet iBsued on this Science by our Prinoipal, Mr. Arthur O. J. Wood. , Head Office, 810 George Street, [next Savings'|Bank]. Branches in all principal Suburbs Telephone-Call, 7318, etc.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 17 May 1902

PNEUMONIA. This disease is always causiil by ne*lectinj» ncold. Wc bave never known it to result from u cold, how\x=req-\ evor, when Chamberlain's Cough Remedy was used, which pro'vea that this remedy is a sure preventive of PneuraoniH. ... . 'Chamberlain's. Cough Remedy is not iotendsd as a euro for Pneumonia, and is not recommended for tbat dififiaso—except an a preventive. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy wlU cure coughs, colds, croup, and cure then quickly. All chemists and storekeepers sell it at Is Cd per bottle.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 17 May 1902

'S STUDIOS KING STREET ARCADE, SYDNEY. To be ensured of a good class of PHOTOGRAPH Hit to CREELMAN'S. fitters are takto by the Principal of the Finn.

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The Choir Gallery. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 17 May 1902

The Choir Gallery. ■ The musical arrangements of tlio Simultaneous Mission in Melbourne, were in. charge of Mr. Alexander, of Chicago. Mr.. Alexander has a special faculty for getting people to sing, and worshippers invariably found.themselves irresistibly impelled to join yin singing the Gospel hymns during the mission. A choir of 1200 took part in the serves at the Exhibition building, and about 500 at the Town-halL Mr. Alexander brought with him a number of. new hymns, and-these were printed and distributed at the services; ' One, entitled " Oh, that* will be the glory," has become very .popular, in America, igid the composer has been offered £300 for the copyright. This hymn is sure to •become equally popular in Australia, as it has become the song of the mission. Mr. Alexander is an effective soloist, and during the mission lias himself sung a number of the Gospel hymns. Heir Schorek, the pianist of the' Castles Concert Co., reports that an old-time pupil, Miss Mary Selina Brou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 17 May 1902

' CURES BAD.COLDS. • 'Chamberlain'* Cough* BemeHy acts on Nature's plan, •' loobt-ng And rellereB the coogh, renders eipeotoration easy and opens the BecretionB. It always cures, and cures quickly, and is sold by all ^herniate and storekeepers at is Gd per bottle;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 17 May 1902

THE Globe Studios, ENMORE. Messrs. WALLER and HAYWARD, Having purchased the Photographic and Pic- ture-framing Business hitherto carried on by MR. L. ALEXANDER, wish to in- form the residents of Newtown, Stanmore, Enmore, and surrounding districts that they are prepared to execute portraiture in the very best class at STRICTLY MODERATE PRICES. Wedding Parties and Outdoor Groups A SPECIALITY. Picture Framing in all its Branches. A Very Choice Selection of MOULDINGS on Hand. MRS. A.WELSH. DYER & CLEANER & OSTRICH FEATHER DRESSER, 170 ENMORE-RD., ENMORE,   Hats Cleaned, Dyed and Altered to Latest Fashion. Gloves Cleaned and French Finished. MISS P. CARTWRIGHT, 137 Enmore Road, Teacher of DRAWING ; also PAINTING in Oils and Water Colors. Photo Coloring a Speciality. Terms Moderate. Established 1884. J. E. HARRIS,     283 KING ST., NEWTOWN (Opposite Post Office), Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweller, Optician, etc. All kinds of Watches...

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PROFESSOR WOOD AGAIN. To the Editor of "The Watchman." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 24 May 1902

PROFESSOR WOOD AGAIN. To the Editor of " The Watchman.'' Sir,—As one who is thoroughly conversant with South African Affairs, permit me to reply to Mr. Macauley's letter in your issue of May 10. There are two ways of saying a thing—a right way, * and a wrong way, and Professor Wood has chos&n the latter. There ib no objection whatever to his exercising his right of free speech, but there is (and rightly so) as to his manner of doing it. The three first requisites in a Professor of History are: Impartiality, a complete knowledge of the facts, and strict truthfulness in relating them. If he fail in these it is quite time his employers reminded him that he is paid to teach History as it ought to be taught, not tc distort it. A few weeks since, in the ** Herald," he spoke of his fair-mindedness, and his lighting an honourable fight. Let me test this: He described Uord Kitchener as a man who wanted to bring about Peace by the extermination of women and children. I say this horrib...

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PROBOERISM. To the Editor "The Watchman." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 24 May 1902

PR0B0EBI8H. To the Editor " The Watchman." Sir, Seeing and feeling and honestly, believing that " The Watchman" is devoted in its true sense.to Christian work, I beg to write you a few lines. One must recollect that Professor Wood speaks against all war 'and not the Boer campaign only. Christ bade us " love our enemies, love them that bpte you, and love them that persecutt you." Therefore, is war or the countenancing of such Christian ? I say no, and assert that Professor Wood is more in accordance with truth when he discourages tho growing desire for man-killing, than those who foster this jingo, unnecessary, military spirit. I look upon such barbnrous utterances against Professor Wood with shame, and shall call upon the persons who talk about their Christian principle to abstain from using a Christian-directed paper for such bitterness, and I feel pleased to think that the Editor does not hold himself responsible for such utterances. In conclusion, Mr. Editor, I do not wish; to us...

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BIBLE IGNORANCE. To the Editor of "The Watchman." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 24 May 1902

BIBl^E IGNORANCE. To the Editor of " The "Watchman." Sir,—Dominee Sampson may liave struck one of the causes of '.'Bible Ignorance," but j not the main cause. Take a number of children and question them on Bible themes or Bible history, and it is astonishing the amount of ignorance they will display and the awinM percentage that are at all conversant with that Holy Book. Here then we have the Tnntn cause, the children are neglected. Tou may point to the Sunday School and. ask are they not instructed there? . Yes I for a short time each Sunday the teachers, all honor to them, strive to teach the Word, but the other six days their work is undone. Go into the homes of W.C.U. and see how many have family worship. It was not so in our grandfather's vr fathers days; then family worship waa an important part of the domestic life. Even in my childhood more thought was given to these things; father, motherland children were gathered for worship, the Bible read and explained. But in these day...

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Correspondence. (We do not hold ourselves responsible for the views our correspondents.) THE NEW BISHOP OF TASMANIA. To the Editor of the "Watchman." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 24 May 1902

Correspondence. (We do not hold ourselves responsible for the views our correspondents.) THE NEW BISHOP OF TASMANIA. To the Editor of the " Watchman." On Monday last, the duly papers rumoured that " the Bev. J. E. Mercer, Hector of St. James, Gorton, Manchester, has been elected Bishop of Tasmania, subject to the ratification of the Australian bishops.5' It was fully certain that an extreme man would if possible be appointed. In his own parish Church he has introduced, among other novelties in ritual, the ceremonial mixing; of water with the wine in the Communion—and he takes " the eastward position" (t.;. stands with his back to the congregation) when at the Holy Table—These are two, out of the six points of so-called "Catholic ritual," that the English Church Union, led by Lord Halifax, insists on. The late bishop, Dr. Montgomery, who was an advanced ritualist in doctrine, was one of those chosen by the Tasmanian Synod to elect the new bishop, and the Protestant Churchmen in Tasma...

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