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Religious Bickering and Dissension. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 24 May 1902

Religious Bickering and Dissension. 8ome few days back the newly-appointed Bishop • of . Goiuburn, '-Bishop Barlow, was reported tdhave wheff interyibwed,' "that1 «one of the objects he." tad in'view was the suppression of religious bickering- and dissension." Nineteen hundred years ago, away in far off Palestine, was a people sunk to the lowest depths of superstition, calling themselves God's chosen people, but who had wholly lost sight of their Father in the intricate maze of forms, ceremonies and superstitious engendered and fostered by a tyrannous prioBthoocL Everything centred in the Temple, and the prieBte, themselves the slaves of the Boman Empire, ground down.under their iron heels, a poor abject depraved people. Suddenly, out of this Cimmerian darkness, .came the glorious Jesus with his proclamation 'of freedom. He struck off the chains rivetted by years of ecclesiastical deBpotiBm—he denounced all the old dogmas, forms and ceremonies, and offered the people citizen rights ...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Just to Remember. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 24 May 1902

Just to Remember. By Ernest Gilmohe. " I cannot relieve the poor old ladies of their heavy burden,."but I can let them know that I care for them," thought Sylvia Brooks. She had picked evexy flower from the garden; they were not many. It was the day before Easter. The season was unusually early. It was delightfully warm and sunny, with the fragrant odour of early spring permeating everything. A happy little bird was singing from the fence Tail. Sylvia's hand were full ofj beautiful white lilies and gay tulips; in the basket on her arms -were sweet hyacinths of many hues and yellow daffodils. Across the way from Sylvia's home was the little church to which she belonged. The girls —her friends—were decorating it now, and were wondering why she did not come and help. She had fully intended doing so, but she had changed her mind. She had heard something that very day that had stirred her compassion. -A great sorrow and disappointment had come to two old ladies she knew. They had been fr...

Publication Title: Watchman
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NO. 18 BOYNE L.O.L. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 24 May 1902

NO. 18 BOYTCE L.O.L. The above-named Tiodge held a social evening on Monday, May 12th, in St. Paul's School, Cleveland-street. Bro. J. A. Staunton, "VV.M., presided. There was a large gathering of brethren and friends and representatives from a number of city and suburban lodges. Among the visitors were: Bro. Chidley from Tasmania, and Bro. Ball from Broken Hill. Musical items were rendered by Mr. Rodgers, Mr. Perkins, Bro. McGuiness (No. 204), Bro. Lloyd (No. 18), Bro. Piggot (No. 204), Bro. G. Robinson (No. 18), Bro. Prichard (No. 18), Bro. Pullar, Bro. E. Moreman(sec. No. 204), Bro. G. Warner' (No. 18), Bro. E. Hayhow (204), Bro. J. Woodward (No. 18), Bro. J. Hayhow (No. 204), Bro. Ball (Broken Hill), Bro. W. Faulknor (No. 18), Bro. Rentonel, Mr. Rossiter. • , Refreshments were served out, and a very enjoyable evening was brought to a close about II o'clock by singing Auld Lang Syne and tlie National Anthem. Mr. Rodgers officiated at -the piano. ■>

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Lodge Meetings. L.O.L NO. 7 HARMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 24 May 1902

LLOJi NO. 7 HARMONY. An open night was held in connection with the above Lodge on Wednesday evening, the 7tlrinst., at St. Paul's Schoolroom, Bedfera, at which there was a large gathering of members and their friends. The Worsliipful-Master, Bro. C. H. Stoclcer, presided, and in the name of the officers and members of the Lodge extended a cordial welcome to all present. A large and varied musical programme was entered upon, selections being contributed by Messrs. Stewart, Leopold, Anthony, Kay, Heather, Brothers Thomas (comic), and Mclnnes, and Brother Hall gave selections on the gramaphone. Miss and Master Heather also entertained the company with pianoforte and violin selections, and Miss Stewart gave a piano solo. A special feature of the entertainment was a visit from Bro. Stewart and family, accompanied by Mr. Campbell of the Pipers* Association, who gave exhibitions of national dancing in costume, being accompanied by the pipes. These items were very much appreciated, and enco...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
News of the Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 24 May 1902

News of the Churches. Ninety-four new members have joined the Sydney Young Hen's Christian Association, tliis ; year, up to date. | A special missionary service was hel'l at the ! Centenary Hall last Saturday. A party of native missionaries were present and they took part in the service. It is proposed to hold & uuitcd religious service in connection with the various Protestant bodies in Sydney on Coronation Day, Thursday, June 26. The Y.M.C.A. tent work continues with unabated vigor among the soldiers of the Australian Commonwealth Horse at the Agricultural Ground. There is some talk of sending to England for young men to fill vacant Congregational pastorates in N.S.W., as Camden College cannot at present supply the demand. The Rev. W. G. Taylor, as president of the Evangelical Council, has gone to Tainworth to conduct one of the series of country missions, organised under the council's auspices. The result of the week of self-denial observed by the Salvation Army in Great ...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

The " Handy man'b " a jolly fellov, Be it war or bo it peace; And he'n not the first to bellow That all fighting ought to ceaae. Although ilia life's in danger ever, Agftinut bad health he ahould ensure; To cure all colds is our endeavour With the Woods' Gbsat Pztpebmint Cubs.

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A TIE. A TALE OF THE BONDI GOLF LINKS. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

A TIE. . A IA1E OF THE B'JNDX GOLF LINKS. u A girl," said Tinkerfcon, savagely to himself, " wlio 'will do a tiling like that, doesn't . deserve to be loved by any man." He pulled down savagely the frayed edges of a big, fluffy, white sweater, and sat down against a big tree, and then picked up his ■well-worn driver, and thumped it angrily up and down on the hard turf. OS in the distance sharply silhouetted against the green side of a hill, were two figures intent on their game. Further on lay the blue Pacific; upon whose white crested surface were to be seen several passing steamers. Below, at the base of the :iJsfceep cliffs thundered the mighty waves, filling the air with a melody, that never fails to charm the ear. But Tinkerton was in no humour to admire the beauties of nature, Confound a woman anyhow!" he muttered. " She might have waited. One of these highhanded, devil-may-care creatures, ready to fly off at the least tiling. Just because— He paused suddenly, his eye upon one...

Publication Title: Watchman
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

| The Co) J ego is I charmingly situated i in its own park | grounds of IS acres on the heights of Bockdale. Boys re ; ceive individual tea\x=req-\ I cbing and personal explanation of their le&sons. Fees for Boarders, from £9 9s per term. AH sub) ects,laun dry, mending, etc. Established ten years. Prospectus od application to the Principal. Tele phone, 49*R. We are now conducting Funeral Business at Cheaper Rates than any other similar establishment in Sydney or Suburbs, Embalming, as practised by us, is a pronouneod success. See Pamphlot issued on this Science by'our Principal, Jlr.'Arthur O.J; "Wood. Head Office, 810 George Street, [next Savings' Bank]. Branches in all principal Suburbs Telephone Call, 726, etc

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Breezy Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

. Breezy Notes. By THE SENTINEL. President Loubet has arrived safely at St. Petersburg on a visit to the Czar, and all the crowded heads of Europe have heaved a sigh of relief. The incidents of his journey are of a trivial nature compared with those which generally attend the travels of Kings, but then —lie is only a President. On this occasion j there have been the very small number of i eighty arrests made, a comparatively insignificant number for Russia, though these include tlie parents of several students condemned to death, and now awaiting sentence. Of course there was the usual plot to assassinate the traveller, and, also as usual, it was frustrated by the police. The President, strange to say, had only to change liis route once, popping up at Peterhof, instead of calmly and sedately keeping to his programme, and appearing at Bevel, where a number of patriots, armed with dynamite, and daggers, awaited him. It must be quite in the nature of a lottery to discover the particula...

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Protestant Church of England Union. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

Protestant Church of En land Union. The' most successful series of meetings yet held in connection with the above Union took place in St. Barnabas' Church and School-hall on Tuesday last A church service was held in the historic building at five o'clock, when the Revs. W. A. Charlton, and N. Jenkyn, Eector and Curate of the parish, and the Rev. C. C. Dunstan, President of the Union, officiated, and the Rev. N. Jones, M.A. (principal of Moore College) preached the sermon. The discourse was eloquent with logical facts, and is a contribution of much value on the standing of Christians under the Gospel of Grace. A tea followed the service, when a large number of members and friends partook. A conference*Vas then held, presided over by the Rev. C. C. Dunstan. The Rev. N. Jones brought forward the matter of an Evangelical Ministry Trust, which he stated was only then in the minds of some. An object was to afford candidates for the ministry assistance to enter college. • Many otherwise eli...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Quemadero, THE SPANISH SMITHFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

Quemadero, THE SPANISH SMTTHFIELD. The discoVery of Quemadero, where the so\x=req-\ called heretics were burned under the direction of the Inquisition, was made in 1868. '''he Daily News of May 15, 1869, gives the following account, forwarded by its own correspondent :—" Madrid, May 10. While the Cortes were debating upon religion, the workmen of the corporation of Madrid were laying bare one of the most conclusive historical records of the awful deeds committed in its name by the fanatics of olden times, who sought to perpetuate Catholic unity by the destruction of all who opposed it. I allude to the time of the Inquisition, when the Church of Rome believed that the best way to put down error was to burn the heretics. In making some new streets it became necessary to cut through the spot where tradition recorded that the burnings of the Inquisition used to take place, and which has gone by the name of the "Quemadero de la Crux,", or "Burning-place of the Cross." Tliese excavations ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

Mwny think that our reputation ior iiighiduaa Photographs necessarily . means charging liigh prioea, but thin in not CREELMAN'S PRICES ARE NOT HIGH. 10/- spent at CREEL\x=req-\ ilAN'S give?you 12 ar\x=req-\ tistio, life-like Cabinets, with choioo from three positions, and they would bo pictures you'd be prouu of. - . ; STUDIOS: KING ST. ARCADE.

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Parliamentary Reform. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

Parliamentary Reform. It is but proper to assume that Members of Parliament as law makers are, or rather should be, acquainted somewhat with the rudiments underlying that branch of law commonly known as a contract, and that it is based upon a'promise in the first instance. Such rudimentary knowledge "evidently is evinced, at least at election 4imes, when promises prolific, were rife," notably by a majority of members upon the; subject of Seduction of Members. The position acquired by means of such compacts, such solemn—or rather what should be solemn pledges to constituents—affords unfortunately a tenure of three years' occupancy of emoluments at the expense of the other party to the compact—the^ electors—oblivious to the terms of the promise, and with a few honourable exceptions careless as to the performance of the solemnly given word. The popular cry with the State candidates at the, last election was reduction of Members, the reasons ascribed being the removal to the ! Federal a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

How they deal it out to China, she can't have a say at all; - Hot position's very minor . Among the nations one and all .• Like a trmn -wqoee health is breaking days are numbered and get fewer, ' unlesb for cough or oold he's taking w. E. Woods' great Peppebxint Cubs.

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What Christian Endeavor is Doing [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

What Christian Endeavor is Doing The Juniors of "Waverley-Raudwink, and Paddington local Unions -were en fete on Saturday afternoon last, when they held a Bally in the Waverley Methodist Sehool HalL Skilful fingers had transformed the hall into a bower of beauty, and when filled with the large gathering of hnpp3r, bright-faced, gaily dressed Juniors, it presented a most pleasing appearance. The chair was taken by Miss Green, assistant secretary N.S.W. Union. Her. John Macaulay offered prayer. There were present besides: liev. H. East, Rev. W. J. Moon, and Mr. Moore (City Missionary), and Mrs. Mackintosh, who delivered an address. The various Societies in the Union rendered their several items in a most creditable manner, th« most striking being the "Waverley ""Wide\x=req-\ awakes " and 11 Sun-beams," the former being the Methodist, and the latter the Presbyterian Society. Mrs. East acted as accompanist, and the brilliancy of lier playing added much to the guccess of the proceedings,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

• FOB WHOOPING COUGH. Observe -the following directions, and you will join ; the many thousands who praise Chamberlain's Conirh Remedy:— Give the remedy in regular doses us per label, and givo often enough to keep the cough loose, expectoration easy* and relieve the violent fits of coughing. Long experienoe has shewn that it has no equal iorwnooping cough, and when freely usod, completely robs it of all dangerous consequences. All chemists and storekeepers • Is Gd per bottle.

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News of the Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

News of the Churches. Professor Harper preached last Sunday morning in the Pitt-street Congregational Church. It is proposed to plaee an organ in Regent Square Church, London. Colonial visitors will miss the precentor' and old-time Psalmody in thiB important congregation. Mr. William Wood, inaucial secretary of the Presbyterian Church in this State, left, with his wife and family, for Scotland last Friday by the White Star liner "Persic." * The Rev. J. Marshall Brown, of Chatswood, 1 has been presented with a study chair from those members of- the Anglican Church who were members of his congregation prior to an , Anglican Church being opened in the district. ! The 222nd anniversaiy of the battle "of Both- J well, Brig was celebrated at the scene of the | battle by the usual religious service, and, al- j though it rained heavily, all day, there was a ! gathering of over 4000 people. KoiaflSl j The committee of the British and Foreign ] Bible Society have offered the position of honor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

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