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The Protestant Watchtower., (Paragraphs for this column to be addressed to Dr. W. M. Dill-Macky). Mixed Marriages. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 February 1902

The Protestant Watchtower, (Paragraphs for this column to be addressed to W. M. DUl-lifacJcy). Mixed Marriages. The Romish pulpits in this State have lately uttered warnings more strenuous than usujp against " mixed marriages." Some years ag§J». the mixed marriage went through tlie priest$\ hands with little difficulty if the fee wa|? sufficiently alluring. Mother Church discoui||. aged such unions of the faithful with heretics® by giving them only "half a "blessing." It watte noticed, however, that the "half blessed"? couples could thrive and prosper just as well #, as the full blessed; and it waft also seen -that v the coming in of heretic black sheep among V those of theorthodox Papal fold, was infecting ! the latter with ideas of religious and civil1 V liberty that threatened a revolt from priestly;? despotism. The "half blessing" checkliadnov terrors,- and was no check, hence mixed mar-2 riages were "shut down" upon unless the-f' Protestant party would "turn" to he a pro-. * ; ...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 February 1902

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. Within a week the complete choice will bo made of those who shall direct the affairs of the different municipalities for the next twelve mouths, and we would like to utter a word of advice and warning to our Protestant friends. It is well-known that the B.C. party, in all the municipalities, are putting forth every effort to secure the return of their own nomiuees. These need not of necessity belong to the B.C. Church. Where they are not strong enough, they are wise enough to choose the man who is most likely to defeat the nominee of the Protestant party, oven although he too should be a Protes tant. As an example of this, take Dulwich Hill Municipality. To oppose the candidature of the preseut Mayor, Percy Josephson, Esq., J.P., who is the President of the Dulwich Hill biauch of the Australian Protestaut Defence Association, and a member of the Australian Natives Association; they are actually running one of the Vice-Presidents of this same branch and one who i...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
What Christian Endeavor is Doing. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 February 1902

; What Christian Endeavor is Doing. | Manchester (England), is to have a. " Coming of-Age" Convention in May of this year, at which Dr. Clarke expects to be present. It is significant of the times that the JtrU meeting on the programme is "A Demonstration in favor of National Righteousness." . The Anglican Cliurch is finding out that Christian Endeavor is peculiarly appropriate to its needs. In England, district centres for Anglican Endeavor have been formed, with well-known clergyman as local referees and organisers. Mr. W. G. Piper, Australasian Secretary, has requested the British Church of England Union to undertake extension work in these States. This is a forward movement in the right direction. The Church of England has been very slow in opening its doors to this great movement, but the testimony of those ministers who have given it a trial is very valuable. At "Adelaide, 1901," Rev. A. C. Kent stated that his Endeavor Society was equal to another curate. ' . . From the South...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our Young Men. WHAT MAKES THE MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 February 1902

Our Young' Men. WHAT MAKES THE HAN. A truthful soul, a loving mind Full of affection 6f its kind; A spirit firm, ercct and free, . That never basely bends a knee, That "will no bear a featherV weight, / . Of slavery's chain for small or greatj That truly speak* from God within, | And never nutke« a league with sin; • ' 1 That snaps the fetters despot* make, . And loves the truth for ib* own sake; That worships God and Him alone, And bows nowhere but at His throne; i J That trciitV.es at no tyrant's noil, [ A soul that fours no one but God, ' And thus can smile at curse or ban; That is the soul that makes the man. A debate on the subject, " Was the Policy of , Oliver Cromwell Justifiable," was held in con- j nection with-thq Hunter Baillee Literary and Debating Society, ou "Wednesday evening, 29th January, 1902. Mr. Leo. Allan opened in the affirmative, and was supported by the.following speakers:—Messrs. P. H. Mackellar and R. M. Mathers, and Mr. A. MackeUar wos prin cipal oppo9er, ...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bishop Murray and Eriendly Societies. (CONTRIBUTED.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 February 1902

Bishop Murray and Erieudly '• {Societies. 1 (CoXTItliuTED.) If tlio first issue "of The Watchman* JI notice 1 some remarks made by Bishop Murray at Tarce, and on this X venture to make a few re marks. He said "certain laws were made by the Bishops in 1888 about benefit societies." It is more than probable that he referred to the regulation adopted at the Diocesau Synod hold • at Sydney in April 1888, as follows:—J "Sydney, 7tb May, 188s.^ " Reverend and Dear Sir,—I'ara instructed by the Cni-diiiiil Archbishop to forvvaru you the following Diocesan Rcgiilations, adopted at the Diocesau Synod held in the Cathedral on 25thJApril last.^ *- s 3 "That asregards the Oddfellows, Foresters, Druids, Good Templars. Reulmbites, and all kindred societies, they have not the approval of the Church, and all Catholics who, after this date shall join such societies, j disregarding the instructions of their clergy, shall be deprived of the benefit of the presence and services of the priest at their fu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 February 1902

'SEMPER WHICH. literally EADEM " TRANSLATED, means "ALWAYS TUB THTB IS WHY THE LION BRAND Q OP CONFECTIONERY IS SO POPULAR. ( i defy all fo approach^ factoring Confectioner. OglX fm lBBT INGEEDIKNTS USE). IT Z3 THE GHEATE8T TAVtfUKl'fK 'WITH THE CHHJ)B*N„ KANUFACTUBED ONLY BT James Stedman,145 n"'

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"A Moorland Parish." [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] "THE SCHOOL-MEASTER." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 February 1902

"A Moorland Parish." BY TBEMAYNE DUNSTAN". [all eights reserved.] " The ; School-jieastek." Tlie coming of tlie school-master to our j parish marked -the- beginning of a new epoch | in tlie history of the country side. " Us doant knaw nothin' aboot edication," tlie moorland farmers would say, iii answer to enquiries, "an" what's more, us doant caret Grammatics is all very well for town folks, hut what's the good of it to farmin' folk. It may he all very well for prat'hers an' that sort, but even they beant much better for't." sfctor tlie matter of tthat even "tlie pracher" of the local. variety troubled himself very little about the rules of the grammarian. "Who made grammar, I'd like to knaw ?" said a small former one day, as ho was holding forth to his congregation. " "Who made grammar ? I can't find no account as how tho A'mighty made it, an' I can't find no account as 'ow tlie devil made it,' an* I've come to tho conclusion that man made it; an' if man made it, my fren's, one ma...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Making of Jim Blake, (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 February 1902

The Making of Jim Blake, By GUY BOOTHBY, Author of "Dr. Nikola," Ere. {Continued.) Ox the , afternoon that his mother's letter reached him, teliiug him the sad news, he was working in the store. The manager took the leather bag from the driver of the coach, and, carrying it in, opened it upon the counter. An envelope with a heavy black border was hauded to Blake. He looked at it with frightened eyes, and tlien instinctively picked it up and left the building. " The mother's writing," he muttered to him self as he went down the path towards bis old friend and consoler, the river. " Who can she be in mourning for But though he asked himself the question he knew that it needed no answer. He opened the envelope, knowing well enough what ho should find iuside. When he had read it he disappeared for an hour or two. Then he returned and went in search of the manager. " My father is dead,'' he said simply. " I heard the news this afternoon." " My dear follow, I am exceedingly sorry to hear ...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Choir Gallery. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 February 1902

The Choir Gallery. The recent bund contest in Sydnoy attracted large uumbers to the different sessions, and if thoso contests are regularly held, in the hands of those who will put them an a'high educa tional level, they will conduce to the formation of good bands which are in. themselves an iufluonco for good. . A few .months ago a Brass Band Contest took placo iu the Crystal Palace^ Sydenham, which was filled by an- immense audience, described by Mr. George R. Siuis as containing "men of whom you would hesitate to ask your way in n dark lane," yet they re mained noting carefully good poiuts and criticis ing weak parts until ho felt " of all the arts, music is the ouo that comes most naturally to the great mass," Yet thero must bo an allowance made for that innato attraction to all of tho British breed, the prospect of a well-fought battle, for the adjudi cators coino iu aB a rule for greater criticisms than tho performers. Some famous bauds were defeated by younger organizations. ...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The 21st Birthday OF THE Christian Endeavour Society. HOW IT WAS CELEBRATED IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 February 1902

The 21st Birthday OF THE Christian Endeavour Society. HOW IT WAS CELEBRATED IN . SYDNEY. [By Ode Special] The " coming of age " of the Christian En deavour movement was celebrated ou Monday night by a united demonstration in the spacious Pitt Street Congiegationol Church. The Rev. Dr. Porter (President of the N.S.W. Union) made a very pleasant and humorous chairman, his witty remarks eliciting frequent marks of approval. He was supported on the platform by Rev. Dr. Dill-Macky, Rev. G. T. "Walden, Rev. P. J. Stephen, and Rev. G. Lane. Iu front of the pulpit was hung the banner of the C.E. Society, and the rostrum was further decorated by- a- lavish and beautiful display of flowers. Behind iu the choir seats was a small but efficient body of choristers who led the as semblage in the various hymus that were sung during the course of the evening. . The audience consisted mostly of ladies, but scattered here and there were young men and, in still smaller quantities, a few greybeards. The...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Social Items. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 February 1902

Social Items. The news of the appointment of Vieo. Admiral Sir Harry Rawson, K.G.B., as suc cessor to Earl Beaucharap, has given general satisfaction throughout the State. At a recent garden party at Government House, Hobart, Sir Arthur Havelock had on view some most interestiug mementoes of his rcsidcuce in India. One of the most valuable was a carved casket of inlaid ivory. On one sido was .a representa tion of the iron bridge at Luckuow, and on the other side a picture of His Excellency's illus trious ancestor, Sir Henry Havelock. Another coffer was most ingeniously carved and covered with gold leaf. Supporting it were four ivory elephants. The Citizens' presentation to • Sir James Graham, on the 23rd January, consisted of a full tea and coffee service in solid silver^ aud a 24 inch tray. The design is a very handsome one, and reflects crodit upon the makers, Messrs Martin Hall and Co. On the same occasion Lady Graham received an afternoou tea set in a Morocco caso, consisting of...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Woman's Column. ["Poppy" will be glad to receive and answer any communications addressed to her, care of the Editor, 35 York-street] [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 8 February 1902

Woman's Column. [" Poppy" will be glad to rcceivo und answer any com munications addressed'to her, caro of tlio Editor, 35 York-street] Dear SIona,— Those of us who like long skirts, and can manage them, will be sorry to see that Fashion's last decree requires them to be cut short. Personally, although I feel bob-tailed, liko a polo pony, in a short frock, I shall welcome the reform. One is so often disgusted to see women dragging their skirts through the dirty streets, that it wall be quite a pleasant reaction to see even an occasional inartistic flat foot or hen-toed-walk for a change. On the subject of walking, many a BhilliugWorth ol paper might be used. I would gladly lay down my last "King sovereign" before a benefactor who would teach our women how to walk. Do you remember !Mrg. Brough's gentle little take-off in Niobe ? The difference betweeu the ordiuary walk of the ordinary girl, und the carnage as it should be, is as a " web-footed crane " on laud, aiidtt a wan iu the wat...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Garrison of Argenteuil, [EDITORIAL.—We have no hesitation in printing the following article taken from the "Auckland Herald," one of the leading dailies of New Zealand. The article shows that our Protestant friends across the Tasman Sea are quite alive to the extraordinary utterances of Cardinal Moran,] [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 15 February 1902

The Garrison of Argeiiteuil, QSdxtoiual.—"We liave no hesitation in print ing the following article taken from tlie *1 Auck land Herald," one of the leading dailies of New Zealand. The article shows that our Protestant friends across the Tasman Sea are quite alive to the extraordinary utterances of Cardinal Moran, j [By Tohux-oa] Tire reasons advanced for political independ ence have been many; because we are gov erned too mucli, and because we are governed too little, because the Empire is increased too much; and because it is not increased enough; because we are a burden to our old folks and because they are a burden to us; with others as various. But it is left for Car dinal Patrick Moran to advance a now reason for Australian independence, and presumedly for colonial independence; the Coronation Oath by which the King declares himself Protestant. His flock are a fourth of the Aus tralian population, save Cardinal Patrick Moran, and " they know their rights and wer determined to ...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 15 February 1902

CLIFTON'S LILYWHITE STARCH. FREE FtyOIVl ALL ADULTERATION. SWIFT & CO., Chicago. U.S.A., The Largest Pacl(iiig House Co. in the World. SWLbT'S York Cut (corn-fed) Hums are prime. SWEET'S Fluid Beef strengthens the weak. SWilT'S Pride Laundry Soap wells on ita merits. SWIFT'S Hog* Casings are rfjindard quality, A. H. MARSHALL, Sole Agent for Australasia, Box 1158, Sydney. H. Desegaulx & Co., Bordeaux. IS JIMais for fllgfi-class Food Prodacis. Sardines, Mustard, Capers, Olive Oil, Olives, Truffles, Anchovies, Green Peas, Vinegar (pure wine), and Mushrooms. A. H. MARSHALL, Sole Agent for Australasia, Box 1158, Sydney.

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Australia and the Color Line. Notable Deliverance by Dr. Laws, of New Guinea. Verbatim Report of Sermon in Pitt-St. Congregational Church, on Sunday morning, Feb. 9. "GOD HATH MADE OF ONE BLOOD ALL NATIONS OF MEN FOR TO DWELL ON ALL THE FACE OF THE EARTH."—Acts xvii. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 15 February 1902

Australia and the Color Line. Notable Deliverance by Dr. Laws, of New Guinea. Verbatim Report of Sermon in Pitt-St. Congrega tional Church, on Sunday morning, Feb. 9. " God elvth il&de of one blood all nations or HEX FOlt TO DWELL OS" ALL THE JFAOE of the eauth."—Acts xvii. 26. It is unnecessary to explain" these] words they are as clear as language can make them. And I need say nothing about the historic ser mon from which the words of my text is taken, nor yet of the argument of the preacher My friend, your pastor lias asked me to ~oc cupy this pulpit this morning, and I am glad of the opportunity to speak as a Christian to Christian men and women on a subject that is very dear to my heart, our relationship to neighbouring colored races. As I have lived for more than forty years among colored peo ples, X ought to be able to speak with authority on the subject. I ani not hero to give you a scientific lecture nor address you on tlie origin of species, or the distribution of ...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 15 February 1902

Our City Refreshment Room* arm the fashionable rendezvous for Jtfternooa Tea, or tight Mld*day Lunch. # Thm Menu Is liberal and varied, eoerythlqs It of the best, and the tariff mods/ate. 92 King Street, 23 Royal jfrcade g c»o n.s.w. Fresh Food <& Ice Co. Ltd.

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News of the Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 15 February 1902

News of the Churches. The Rev. Scott West and Mrs. AVest have returned after a holiday tour in New Zealand. The communion roll of the Balmain Presby terian Church shows a total of 349 members. The Rev. Dr. ATcInnes of St. David's, Ash field, is at present absent in the Mountains on holiday. The Rev. E. P. Lowe, curate of St. John's, Mudgee, has been appointed to the mission district of Capertee. The Rev. H. A. Hutchison, B.Sc. of Coota mundra, is at present on a holiday visit to Sydney. The Rev. A. S. C. James, of Bendigo (Vic.), lias accepted a call from, the Chalmers Church Congregation, Sydney. The Rev. Richard Dill-Mackay of Tenter field, has received a call to the Tweed River charge in the Presbytery of the Clarence. Dr. Dill Macky preached at the evening service of the Weslevan .Church, Chippendale, last Sunday night. Excellent progress has been made by the Young People's Christian Band, in connection with the Balmain Presbyterian Church. Tho Rev. George Walters discoursed on ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 15 February 1902

COUNTRY NEWSAGENTS PLEASE NOTE. E forward parcel of "Wxtcukak " newspaper for nale or return. If insufficient a larger number will be aent on application. COUNTRY RESIDENCE. LEURA.—Mbs. "White, Consett House, cIom to station, beautiful uituation, every comfort Terms moderate. On the afternoon of the 5t!i LadyHutton held an "at home " at the Australia.

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THE FIRST LETTER WRITTEN TO AUNTIE. Campbell Hill, Merrylands, February 6th, '02. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 15 February 1902

THE FIRST LETTER WRITTEN TO AUNTIE. Campbell TTil^ Merry lands, February 6tb, *02. Dear Auntie,—I am fourteen years of age, and I should very much like to join " The Little Folks" column. I have only one pet, a little crested canary. Father is going to buy me a young pup. Gould you suggesst a name for it? I should be very pleased if you could. ' I have not tried any of the enigmas, but I mean to try some of the " Prize competitious " when they are published. ,• Good-bye for the present, Tour sincere niece, • Estelle Walton.

Publication Title: Watchman
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The Protestant Watchtower. Liberal Rome. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 15 February 1902

The Protestant Watchtower-. Liberal Rome. Cardinal Moran is never done.tolling us tliat his Church is liberal—never interfering with the freedom of the people. Of course Homo grants liberty when she cannot help it; but, when she can, well as Kipling says, "that is another story." Here are two cases that occurred within the paBt few months:— The Rev. P , of St. Bernardo, Chili, says: " A butchor who became a Protestant waspdenounced by the priest from the altar, and ho warned the people that if they entered his shop to buy, or even spoke to him, they would commit a mortal sin, and share in his eternal damnation." The result was his busi ness was ruined, and ho had to leavo the place. This man's only crime was that ho dared to speak to some of liis customers about the solva tion of their 6oula! Cardinal Moran says: " "Wo allow our people j went to tho village of Topns in Spain for tlie purpose of Helling Bibles. He was met by tlio priests and several Ullage officials, who corn command...

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