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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

DEAFNESS. In addition to the inconvenience inherent in the infirmity itself, Deafness bos a marked influence on tho Mental Development of the individual, when tho latter lias been attacked by it in youth. For a long time Deafness and Chronio Affections of tho Bar havo been considered almost incurable, but recently a very simple xneanB has been found in tho Eloctrioon to Buoocssfally apply Metallic Galvanic Electricity direct to the oars, permanently oaring Deafness, completely banishing all distressing head-noisee. Those who are interested in the subject, would do well to road tho oomplete description of this method of treat* ment in the " Journal for*tho Deaf " published by the R. VERNON GOT., 60, 64 Hunter-street, Sydney, and sent FREE to anyone asking for it.. Drunkenness or the Liquor Habit, Inobriacr, and Alcoholism in any form CURED BY EUCRAHY. Can be given secretly or otherwise. Plaood in a oup pf tea, eotfeo, or in food, ita prcseuco cannot be noted. WARRANTED PERFECTLY HARM...

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

DAIRY PRODUCE. 'Butter.—Supplies showing consi derable falling off and "with present brisk demand, grocers, etc., are finding considerable trouble in filling up requirements. New Zealand xeportv sharp, cold weather already, curtailing supplies and fresh makes hard to obtain, stored lots offering freely. In the local market probably higher prices will rule at end of tins week, owing to short supplies. Auction sales have temporarily been suspended. Egg market slightly easier owing to import ations from "Victoria and Adelaide. Cliinese eggs are being largely placed amongst pastry\x=req-\ cooks, and tend to keep values steady. Bacon market dulL TTfttna moving freety, lard scarce. Larger supplies of poultry are coming in, principally old hens, prices are firm owing to South African orders. Hares quoted ^10 to 1/5 per pair; rabbits, 6/- par doz. pairs; small sorts, 4/-.to 5/\x=req-\ per doz. pairs. ' . . DAIRY PRODUCE. Butter—Creamery, 1/4$, per lb. • ■ v Pasteurised, l/fl Factory, l/3i, ...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Commercial. The Watchman Office, Wednesday Evening. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

'» Commercial. The Watchman Office, Wednesday Evening. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. I Forage market continues healthy and firm, all descriptions of produce being in active request, supplies ex-Redfern decreasing considerably. Chaff market firm, imported stocks being . readily placed; -with speculative demand for higher prices. Taauianian, prime selling freely, 5/-/-to 5/5/-; Adelaide, 5/10/- to (>/-/-; Victorian, 5/12/6 to 5/15/- ; medium (local) qualify, 5/-/-to 5/7/6; inferior, 4/5/- to 5/-/\x=req-\ per ton; bian and pollard continues at late rates; maize selling freely, 4/10/-, good demand. Lucerne liny continues to move briskh" higher prices ruling, record price for the season being obtained at Uedfern auctions, one lor malting K/4 per cwt.; on wharves prime quality moved steadily, old saving nominally,; 7/10/*; new green, 5/7/6 to 6/10/- per ton.; -Prime feed and oats moving steadih* at 3/4i to : 3/5; Seed (Algerian), 3/5 to 3/51 per bushel; j potatoes in fair demand at about lat...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SCOTS CHURCH NO. 1 BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

SCOTS CHORCH NO. 1 BRANCH. The monthly meeting.of the Scots Church No. 1 Branch was held in Scots Church, Jamieson-street, on Wednesday exiling, May 21st, at 8 p.m., the Rev. J. Nairn in the choir. V" The secretary, Mr. L. Clapham, read the minutes, and also, in the absence of the treasurer, produced the financial statement, which showed a fair balance in hand. On the recommendation of the committee, Mr. James Burns was chosen as the Branch's delegate to the Council. It was decided to change the night of meeting to the first Monday in the month, also to close all meetings at 9.30 p.m. Dr. Dill-Macky then delivered his interesting lecture, " The Siege of Derry," to a large and attentive audience, who applauded frequently throughout. Mr. T. B. Watt proposed, aud Mr. L. Clapham soconded, a hearty vote of thanks to the lecturer.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Australian Protestant Defence Association. BOTANY BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

The Australian Protestant Defence Association. BOTANY BRANCH.' The above branch held their usual monthly meeting on the Thursday of last week. There was a good attendance of members, who keenly relished the lecture delivered by Mr. T. 33. Watt, on the enchanting subject of " William, Prince of Orange." The lecture, "which was fully reported in our columns, when Mr. TVatt delivered it before tlio members of the Scots Church No. 1 Branch, is brimful of interesting matter, and while furnishing plenty of thought to the student of history, gives ample amusement and instruction to the ordinary patron of the lecture hall.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Possibility of a Science of Casuistry. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

The Possibility of a Science of Casuistry. , "We have received from Messrs. .^.ligus & Robertson a small volume under the above* I heading by Ernest Northcroft Merrington, B.A., I Medalist in Logic and Mental Philosophy, and j President of the Sydney University Philosophical Society, which we have read with much satisfaction and profit. One notable and pleasing feature 'of this little book is that though written by a young student during his academical course, and treating of a difficult philosophical subject it is remarkably free from tecluiicalities and is eminently readable. The writor, in liis preface, 6ays: "Although the aim ofthe essay is philosophical, the subject is of more than acade mical interest and it may safety bo said that it loses nothing in popular interest by his treatment of it. The question I discussed is whether it is possible bo to system\x=req-\ | atize the possible actions of life and conduct as to produce a code of rules which will bo a completed gui...

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

Out Legal Column. Enquiries should be addressed to "I*ex," Watchmau Office, 35, Market Buildings, York Street, and must be accompanied by the. subjoined pnnUd application. This column is intended to afford information and practical advice to correspondents, with regard to any legal difficulties which they may experience. Questions submitted may often require research, and. therefore should* reach this office not later than Monday of the week in which a reply is desired. APPLICATION TO ACCOMPANY ENQUIRY. To " Lex," 44"Watchman" Office, 35 Market Building*, York-street, Sydney. Please answer in ,feThe "Watchman " the annexed question. Reply to be addressed to . • Hokxsby.—You are entitled to the receipted bills, and you should at once write to your butcher demanding them and telling him that on your receiving them the amount still due to him will be paid. Keep a copy of the letter. Settler.—There is no need for you to stay in the district. If you are sued for the value of the old post...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Young Men in Debate. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

Our Young Men in Debate. The Summer TTill Debating Society met as usual last Friday evening, the subject "being short " Lecturettes." The pastor, Rev. R. A. Thompson opened the meeting with prayer, and then Mr. McSkinning read his paper, " Signs and symbols of the early aboriginals." Mr. Howard Green read a very interesting paper on " Snakes." He had several diagrams representing venomous • and non-venomous reptiles. Miss May "Wilson gave a reading on " Palmistry," ,which created a good deal of amusement; some of the gentlemen proposed that the lady should give an exliibition of her skill, but time would not permit. Mr. Leslie Cormick's paper was on " Poultry raising," in which he gave all those desirous of having a good fann yard, useful information. This subject seemed to evoke a good deal of laughter from the members, but Mr. Leslie Cormick, though only a young man, handled his subject well, and we feel sure, if his interest does not flag, will, in the near future be one of our l...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LIBERTY OF SPEECH. To the Editor of "The Watchman." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

LIBERTY OF SPEECH. To the Editor of " The Watchman." Sir,—Many correspondents in recent issues of "The Watchman" have "been singularly unfairin their criticisms of the viewB of Professor "Wood, and why they should he unfair I do not know, nor can I in any way conjecture. Of malice, unfair criticism, and intolerance, the Professor ha^been a victim, and when correspondents begin heaping tirades of abuse upon those who differ from them, they not only show signs of digression but unmistakable signs of degeneracy and decay. If we refuse men the right of liberty of speech we may as well disallow liberty of Bpeech altogether. Of course a person must not say and do that which will affeot the moral interests of the country, and to read some correspondents' constructions ouo would be naturally led to think that Professor" Wood had said some awfully alarming things, and had t&tally and biasly misrepresented the British. I presume that the Professor has certain reasons for his convictio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

... .. TABS '- 1'"' " ' • Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for Colds. 'Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for Coughs. All chemists and'storekeopere; 1b Gd. COUNTRY NEWSAGENTS. PLEASE .NOTE. "TTTE forward parcel of "Watchman M newspaper for YY sale or return. If insufficient a larger number will be sent on application, , LIGHTNING l=F2K7Ut© WORKS S3- BONDI JUNCTION. The best place on earth to get your Pictures Fnuocd. ». E. J. ALEXANDER, Proprietor. (ylobe Sttidibs. BNMORE. Plessps. UJjJLLE^ and BJVW^D, . Havin g purchased the Photographic and Picture-framing Business hitherto carried on by L, ALEXANDER, wish to inform the residents of Newtown, Stanmore, Enmcre, and surrounding districts that they are prepared to execute portraiture in the very beet class at Strictly Moderate Prices. Wedding Parties an(J Outdoor Groups . A SPECIALITY. Picture Framing in all ita Branches. • THE A Very Choice Selection of MOTJLDINGS on Hand. TRADE^IfHERE YOU SEE THIS SIGN ONEWJTH jyEBylB^S16'CiffiHgE8tg Ask for this...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

GROUP. Chamberlain' s Cough Remedy is a certain cure for ' Croup, and has sever been Known to fail. , 0_ Given as soon as the child becomes hoarse, of even after the croupy cough appears, it will prevent the attack. It iB the solo dependence of many thousands of mothers, and never disappoints them. Chamberlyin's Cough Remedy always cores,, and cures quiokly, and is sold'by AU cliemista and storekeepers at Is Od per bottle.

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Religious Revivals. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

Religious Revivals. 'Tib indeed remarkable that 1701-1801 and 1901, respectively, should herald in religious revivals in the Protestant cause. In 1701 the old continent woke up; in 1801 the old and new continents stirred} andinv1901 the old, the new, and the last addition to continents (ourselves) arose. This is the natural order of life, waking) stirring, rising. As the cause has reached this very important condition, let it be carried a step further—moving1—and moving in the direction which experience has taught us as being the correct one. How it awoke in the first period is a matter of history, and how it afterward stirred 'lias been clearly shown us by writers of our own time. How it arose and moved will be a matter for the peoples of 2001 to cogitate on, Naturally the uniting of Protestant Churches, the establishment of au Evangelical Council, Defence Association, the growing membership of societies, connected with protestantism, and the successful issues of Simultaneous Missi...

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

The Confessional. By the Bey. L. J. NOLAN, Once a Romish Priest, now a Protestant Clergyman. " Dubing the last three years I discharged the duties of a Romish clergyman, my heart often shuddered at the idea of entering the Conies\x=req-\ sionaL The thoughts of the many crimes I had to hear, the growing doubt upon my mind, that confession was an erroneous doctrine, that it tended more to hardsn than reclaim the heart, and that, through it, I should be rendered instrumental in ministering destruction to souls, were awful considerations to me in the hours of my reflection. The recitals of the murderous acts : I bad often heard, through this iniquitous tribunal, had cost me many a restless night, and are still fixed with horror upon my memory. But the most awful of all considerations is this, that thrDUgh the Confessional I had been frequently apprised of intended assassinations and most diabolical conspiracies, and yet, from the ungodly injunctions of secrecy in the Romish creed, lest,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

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STATE AID TO EDUCATION. To the Editor of "The Watchman." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

STATE AID TO EDUCATION. To the Editor of " The Watchman." Sir,- -This matter seems to be causing Catholic priests, bishops, and archbishops, much pain, as they collectively consider that their schools should receive first consideration from the State as a consequence of the higli standard reached by their pupils at the ^xamiiiatious. In the first place, I frankly admit that their pupils come up to what the Education requires, but their competency is no argumeut for State aid. It is not likely that the State is going to maintain denominational schools. Should it do so it will make a great mistake. Anybody who views the matter caudfdly should oppose State aid for schools founded by this, that, and the other, sect Iu the second place, it will be remembered that the Roman CathoTics had not always schools of their own, and ouly for the liberty, light and love that embellish the cause of Protestantism they could not have any schools at all. Let them think of this 3 Talk about "freedom" an...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Correspondence. (We do not hold ourselves responsible for the views o our correspondents.) THE DISTRIBUTION OF BLANKETS. (To the Editor of "The Watchman.") [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 31 May 1902

_ Carrespondence. {We do not hold ourselves responsible for the views o - • our correspondents.) ■ THE DISTRIBUTION OF BLANKETS. * (To the Editor of " The Watchman."") Sir,—For many years it has been the custom of a paternal and indiscriminatang Government to supply most of the suburban Boroughs (through the representations of the Parliamentary members of the electorates) with blankets for distribution the Councils to the worthy poor o£ the localities, without regard to creed or religious belief. How comes it now that the distribution this year is through—not the Councils as heretofore —but through a religious body, namely—the Society of the Brothers of St. Vincent de PauL I have no wish to impugn the honesty, or the disinterestedness, of this particular Society in the distribution of these blankets, but I ask why is it taken out of the hands of Councils representing the poor of ail cbeeds, and placed entirely in the hands of a religious body representing but one? Can the religious ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 7 June 1902

CLIFTON'S LILYWHITE STARCH. FREE FfJONl ALL ADULTERATION.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 7 June 1902

Penny Postage would prove & great boon If ever it came'into force, Such benefits can't reach us too sooo, Though bound to atrive in due course. It is time we take cure of our pence, And likewise our health I am sure, So be,' with u cough and good sense, Takes Woods' Great PErwaiMiKT Cuke.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 7 June 1902

Professor Harper delivered a most interest* iiig lecture oil" Ancient Assyria " on "Wednesday evening at the Chatswood Presbyterian Hall. There was a large attendance, and the lecture, "wliicli gave a most fascinating description of the period of Semimminie, WQH keenly enjoyed. Old Age PenBiona in this land Have proved a marked success, The; give the old a helping hsod, And keep tbem from distress. There's only just one other thing That's needful to ensure Sound longs, that we the praise can sing 01 Woods' Gheat Phfpkhjiint Cuhb. Chelmsford School, 2 STHNMORE ROHD Miss A. STICKLEY, Principal. Vocal imd Instrumental JJu-nic thoroughly taught. Pupils prepared for all Exams. EK fiOGiiDALEttCOLLEGE sydney. fREV?C.TFDRSCUTT.BAJ Principal. A HIGH-CLASS BOARDING SCHOOL FOR 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, from £9 9s per term...

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