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The Protestant Watchtower. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

The Protestant Watchtower. • Convent Schools*— Bishop Murray In Iris reply to the address given Kim in connection with his Jubilee, . said:—"Often, have I been asked by non\x=req-\ Catholics residing in various places throughout the diocese to establish a Convent School, and "when it was established, the children of non\x=req-\ Catholics, in due course attended it." "While the clergy of " Holy Church " claim the right to fool" heretics " with any statement that will serve the Church, we have to allow a large discount for the adulteration of truth with holy water, or some other element equally deceptive. Still, we believe the bishop's statement is not all fiction.. There are "non-Catholics" that have less sense in the case, than old flies, for old flies never invite a spider to build a web that young flies maj' be put into it, and that is what such a request represents. A few years ago, a " non-Catholic *' in the Maitland district stated in the Maitland Mercury that he and his wife p...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

.Business I>><2>t;iee. The Watchmax, a Weekly Journal of Social, Political, and Religious Progress. Published every Thursday. Offioe: 35 Queen Victoria Markets, York-street, Sydney. Telephone No. 2564. Subscribers' Terms.' Yearly .. .. .. 4s. 4d. Half-yearly .. .. 2a. 2d. Quarterly Is. Id. The above terms arc subject to revision if tho Federal Postage Bill comes into operation, and if so, subscribers are kindly requested to forward the necessary postage. , The Management recommend subscribers to procure Tub Watch24an from their Newsagents, to whom their subscriptions would bo payable. But if this is in concerned, they may apply direct to Tits "Watchhan Office. All subscriptions must bo prepaid;. and will bo acknowledged in this column.. Please noto that the last two numbers for which a subscription has been paid will bo enclosed in BED wrappers as a reminder that the Rubscriptiou for the ensuing term is then due, and no further copies will be seat until subscript...

Publication Title: Watchman
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THE CITY OF SYDNEY. PRIZE COMPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

THE CITY OF SYDNEY. Prize Composition. Sydney is the capital of the State of New South Wales, and also the parent city of Australia, having been founded in 1788. It iB situated on the southern shores of Fort Jackson, one of the loveliest, and probably the finest natural harbour on the globe. The heads at the entrance to Port Jackson are about a mile apart, and South Head is noted for its magnificent lighthouse, the light from which can be seen for miles across the Pacific Ocean. Sydney is the sixth largest port in the British Empire, and is famous alike for its well-laid streets, and its numerous public buildings. Among the latter may 'be mentioned, the Houses of Parliamant, Government House, the Post Office, and Town Hall. There are miles of wharves right ill the' centre of the city, and the water is so deep that the largest vessels can lie close in. It is a very handsome town, and possesses a University, Observatory, and a branch of the Hoyal Mint. It haB a population of about hal...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Little Folks RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

Our Little Folks [Conducted by "Auntie,"] RULES. 1. Writers must be between the ages of ax 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 interest to the writer—short stories, accounts of their amusements and rfTcataou9, reading, favourite toys, etc. 4. Letters must be original, written and composed by the children themselves. 5. Address all letters to "Auntie," e/o. "Watchman " Office. 35 Queen Victoria Markets. York-street. - My Dear Young1 Folks,— There have not been as many answers to last week's competition as might have been expected. One boy, Jack Macdonald thought the subject very difficiilt, so perhaps others have thought so too, and that will explain the scarcity of letters, etc.; Jack wrote a very good description of the city of Sydney, notwithstanding. Indeed, no one reading it would have thought that he found the subject difficult. The prize, however, falls not t...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR NEW STATE GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

OUR NEW STATE GOVERNOR. The "Watchman liastens to ^wplcome our new State Governor, Sir Horry Kawson, Vice\x=req-\ Admiral of the .British Fleet. The time is too short yet to speak with more than the voice of prophesy, but if a past honorable career hf'tof' any value, pur new Governor 'is^a-'welcome iadtlition to the long line of those who have preceded him, and who have sustained the ! iuties of their office with honor to themselves, and advantage to the people. The time is somewhat critical for a new Governor, and requires the presence of someone with tact, force of character, and perhaps originality of thought. Heretofore the exact duties to "be performed by the occupant of Government House have been clearly laid down and defined by precedents extending over many years. The advent of Federation has changed all this, and brought about a new state of things which requires' perhaps a little subtlety, mingled with a large modicum of common sense, to clearly understand. A Governor perp...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE Watchman CIRCULATION 9500. SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1902. LORD HOPETOUN'S DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

CIRCULATION 9500. SATURDAY, JIAY 31, 1902. LORD HOPETOUN'S DEPARTURE. I It ' is with sincere regret that the' people ^throughout Australia have heard that our Governor-General has been in a measure forced to resign his position. During his sojourn here he has won upon the hearts of all who . have had the good fortune to come in contact 1 with him, while the public generally, who could judge but by his acts and deeds, have become inspired by a no less loyal affection, which will not speedily die away. If one seeks to analyse the reason for this, it becomes at once apparent that it has its source in the intense sympathy which Lord Hopetoun has ever shown towards all classes in this young country. His Idndli\x=req-\ . ness, courtesy, and general amiability.of temperament have won for him a popularity second to none of the many Governors who have been plaoed in order over xis, while his tact and forbearance, even under the most trying circumstances, have become almost proverbial. In the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

Established 18U7. BICYCLES FOli SALE. BICYCLES TOR HIKE. ENMORE CYCLE WORKS, J. H. MITCHELL, 139 EN310UE ltOAD, SYDNEY. " Bicycles Built to Order on uuy pattern, altered, STOVE ENAMELLED and IlEPAUCED. Freowboel* tittod to Machinei*. Siovo Enamelling mid Hopuiriu^ done for tho Trade. . „ . •

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

REPORTS SHOW A GREATLY INCREASED death rate from throat and luii^ troubles, duo to preral\x=req-\ enoe of croup, pneumonia, and influon2a. "We advUe you to uae Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in all of these difficulties. It ia the only remedy that has hod OFFICIAL GUARANTEE of cot containing? OPIUM; - V • ... It alwaytt cures, and cupes quickly. To be had from all chemists and storekeepers at Is 6n per bottle..

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For Sunday Afternoon. THE IMITATION OF CHRIST. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

For Sunday Afternoon. THE IMITATION OF CHBIST. " Christ also suffered for us, leaving- us mi example,\x=req-\ that jo should also follow iu Ilia steps."— L Peter xi. 21. In this verse the two great truth* of all religion are set before us: the firstt. that Christ is our sacrifice ; the second, that Christ is our example. , To lose sigiit of either of these great truths is i | to mar the -whole counsel of God, and fatally to injure our faith and practice. There are those who, to their infinite cost, do so. There are some who ■will look upon Christ as an eminent example of purit}' and duty, but will not admit that by His cross and* sufferings Ho has made atonement for sin. The other error is of those who, speculatively at least, resting on the atoning work of Christ, nevertheless\x=req-\ entertain and exhibit a low standard of thought and duty, do not earnestly and heartily take Christ as an example tliat they should follow His steps. It is to the latter portion of the text that atten...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

Is Marriage a Failure, or no Y ■ To answer is nobody's place, Only time and experience will show lu each individual case. What's worse than a very bad cold? Nothing we.feel pretty sure— The best thing to take we are told Is Woods* Gueat Peppsjuokt Cube. "Nothing succeeds like Success." The Largest Bread Business South of the Equator WILL.I A M "WHITE, REDFERN. - Branch Factory : Eeshikktilis Road, Newtown. Telephone, 1076 Central. Telephone, 367, "Newtofn.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

Printed and published for tho Proprietors by W. IT. Madowick & Sors at 35 Quocn Victoria Markot/ York-street, Syduoy. "

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

"SEMPER WHICH,- LiiErRAIXY "ALWAYS EADEM," THAHSLATED, l.IEAKs ™L_ • - ■ THIS IS WHY THE LION $ OF CONFECTIONERY IS SO POPULAR. 1 defy all io approach; it imm. LIMITED J0FFICE5* ClASENCeSl Kent St ONLY THE FINEST INGBEDIENTS USED. IT IS THE GBEA.TEST FAVOURITE WITH THE CHILDREN, MANUFACTURED ONLY BY James Stedm&n, 145 CLARENCE ST., SYDNEY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

Telernone 1508. For GOOD FOOTWEAf* at a LowPrice TRY JOHN CROPIjEY & SONS, 800 Qfubrge Street, Sydney. illustrated Price List free.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

Wanted, Agents. We hava 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 meetiug, and other business connected with the Church} etc., and also to canvass for subscribers to this paper. Hemuneration of 20 per cent, will be allowed for all advertisements and 25 per cent, for all subscriptions. For iurther particulars applications should be addressad to 'Bet. Db. Dill Mackt. ,

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Entertainments. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

Entertainments. The Daughters.of Derry Ladies L.O'L. 307 celebrated their eighth annual social on Wednesday evening, May 21st, in the Protestant HalL There was a large muster of dancers, and the exponents of the light fantastic toe danced merrily to the enchanting strains of Howard's string hand. There were several handsome gowns worn by some of the ladies, and the coronation red, which is bound to be popular tiiis season, was fancied-by some of the fair dancers. A most \ sumptuous Bupper was served, and the arrangements generally reflect great credit on the secretary, Mr. L. N. E. arlisle. A most successful entertainment was held on Wednesday and Thursday evenings, at the Campbell-street Lecture Hall, in connection with the Balmain East Presbyterian Church. The Rev. J. F. Blair occupied the chair. The first part of the programme consisted of charr acter songs and choruses, which were all very cleverly rendered, Master Fred Keers was very successful in his solo "Asthore," and was de...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Personal and Otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

Personal and Otherwise. Some ti^e ago the proprietors of "The Sunday School Review " offered a prize for the I best songs and music suitable for use in. con\x=req-\ nection* with the Coronation services.- By the mail to hand we see that the prize has fallen to a colonial, "Rev. Dr. Torrance, fornerly of St. John's, "Wellington. There were nearly 100 competitors. j . Mr. Barton, now en route to London, has doubtlessly made up his'mind to play second j hddle to Premier Seddou at the King's Coronation. Throughout the last sixteen mouths Australia has taken the lead from ' Digger Dick,' and ever since Edmund Barton took up the Terns he has been playing a game of ' Follow the uian from Cook's, Seddon being the man from Cook's. At Home the Prime Minister of the Australian Commonwealth inuv rank a trifle higher than the Premier of New Zealand, but Seddon's force of character lias told, and the impression in Eugland is that he makes the running. Dick stands the best chance of being the lion...

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Stories from the Past. V. HOLLAND'S STRUGGLE FOR RELIGIOUS-FREEDOM. (Continued.) (All Rights Reserved.) RAISING TROOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

Stories from the Past. v. . HOLLAND'S STEUGGLE FOE EELIGI\x=req-\ OU3-FBEEDOM. f Continued. 1 By C.E.S.T. -{All'Right* Reserved.) Raising Proofs. The Prince of Orange was promised assistance in the shape of both money and men from Germany, In this country were many Protestant princes, who doubtless felt that the struggle upon which Holland was embarking was one in which they were all personally interested. Even as Philip felt that the success or failure uf Human Catholicism rested upon liis shoulders, so did these Protestant princes feel that they too were battling for their religion, for the rights of liberty of worship, and'agoinst the evil powers of priests. The Landgrave of Hesse, and the Elector ol' Saxony were among the principal of these princes, but by/ no means included all wlio ranged themselves at first upon the side of William. That great prince was not satisfied with half measures, but at ouce threw himself heart and soul into the struggle- He opened. a correspondence w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mr. Harry Long. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

Mr. Harry Long. Among tlie passengers on the "Arcadia," which arrives here shortly, is Mr. Harry Alfred Long, -who for half a centuxy has been prominent as a Protestant lecturer and Orange advocate. The Council of the Australian Protestant Defence Association intend co-operating with Mr. Harry Long in his lecture work in this city. At u recent Protestant' demonstration held at Glasgow to hid farewell to Mr. Long, Sir John Neilsou Outhbertson unveiled a nmrhie bust of Mr. Long, wluch is to be placed in the People's Palace on Glasgow Green.

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The Tent Mission. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

The Tent Mission. The wonderful success achieved by the Tent Mission in the IUawairra District has led the promoters to extend, their operations to the Northern and North-Western Districts. The campaign opened at Gunnedah with a total result of 102. On Sunday, 18th May, the first services were held at Narrabri, with most encouraging success. A splendid afternoon service for children ■was conducted by Mr. Robertson, and a largo number decided for Christ. The result among the adults was hardly so satisfactory, still the attendances were splendid at all the services, and about 20 conversions took place during the week. On Sunday, 25th May, a service for "men only" resulted in 42 signatures to the Purity pledge. Mr. Robertson is the Missioner, and he is assisted by Mr. Allison as open-air worker aud Mr. S. E. Vickery, Tent Manager. The Mission will (d.v.) be extended toMoree, Inverell, Casino, Murwillumba, Ballina, and possibly Woodburu. Rev. David O'Dounell fired the first shots in Mai...

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NEWTOWN BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

NEWTOWN BRANCH. . The usual monthly meeting of this Branch was held in the Congregational School on Friday last, Mr. S. King presiding. The minutes of the preceding meeting were read and confirmed. The Rev. H. Clark spoke in regard to non\x=req-\ attendanco of ministers to meetings, stating that'business of his Church often precluded him from attending. Reference was made' to the next General Election, in which it was urged that members should vote for staunch Protestants. Reference was also made concerning The Watchman. Mr. Madgwick stated the present issue was 9500. Mention was made of thw system of boycott which newsvendors received from R.C's for selling it. Considerable discussion then ensued in regard to the boycotting tactics. Some members stated that Protestants should retaliate, and only patronise Protestauts. The Rev. J. Osborne, who' came at a later period of the evening;' spoke regarding the newly-formed branch at 'Annandale. Three new members were accepted.

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