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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 7 June 1902

ONLY THE FINEST INGREDIENTS TOED. IT IS THE GEEATEBT FAVOURITE WITH THE CHILDREN. MANUFACTURED ONLY BY James Stedman,145 Cs£SE ST"

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 7 June 1902

Telephone 1508. For GOOD FOOTWEA R at a LowPricc TRY JOHN CROPLEY & SONS, 800 George Street. Sydney. Illustrated Price List free.

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Correspondence. (we do not hold ourselves responsible for the views of our correspondents.) To the Editor "The Watchman." PHOFESSOR WOOD AND HIS CRITICS [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 7 June 1902

Correspondence. I ll'c do not hold ouwlrc* renjiuiudldc fur the view* of 4 vitr cawpondtHtM.) To the Editor "The "Watchman." PHOFESSOR WOOD AND IUS C1UTICS Deak Siii,—Mr. Macaulay has^yet to prove that he is &s loyal as he professes, also that he 1 is a nou-sympatLiser of Professor Wood's, on the questiou of the Boer war. Who but a sympathiser would take up the cudgels ou behalf of one who opeuly condemns England and heaps slights and insults upon our bravest soldiers, aud who is a permanent member of a society whose members opeuly evince such bitter animosity towards the mother country. These people are mean spirited enough for anything, aud would rejoice, if by auy cbauco England lost iu the present war. We* are all quite aware that war is a terrible thing, without Professor Wood assuring us of that fact. England did not go to war tor amusement aud pastime, but to uphold the couutrv's honour. I would very much like to know where the '•extreme and unjust demaud ,f Mr. Macau...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 7 June 1902

INFLUENZA. Can be checked an J cured if you commence taking Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as aoon us the first Hviiiptom appears. - Tata double <lose to bf^in with, and then a regular dose evtry hour. Keep the bowels open; buthe the feet in as warm water as can be borne before retiring. I Attar abatement of fever, take quiuinein doses o( two or three grains four times u day for a few day*. Cut this out ur.d pasta in your scrap-book, buy n bottle of Chamberlain's Coii^h Remedy for your medh I cine cbest, and you are then ready for'inUuenza. i Remember, it always cures, ami cures quickly. I For sale by all chemist* and storekeepers at Is 01 I per bottlo| I

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"BIBLE IGNORANCE." (To the Editor of "The Watchman.") [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 7 June 1902

"BIBLE IGNORANCE." (To the Editor of " The Watchman.") I aiu glad, that your correspondent, E. J. Rieu has written as ho has done on this most important subject, for there is no mistaking the fact that " Bible iguurance " is greatly at the yoot of our lax Protestantism. Young people in our early days were much better versed iu Scripture knowledge than the children ,of the present generation, and how is that? many , will ask, simply because the Bible was .one of the common class-books of every school, and as the pupils grew up the good seed sown matured, and made the staunch men and women that we often read 'dbout as the salt of our national 'history. The Romanists are not simplein their day t nd they leave no stone unturosd to get the teaching of the children into their own hands, as they kuow well that when the young miud is impressed with certain lines of knowledge it is not au easy matter to orase the early impressiou aud implant new ones. Hence the little progress made iu conver...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRO-BOERISM. To the Editor of "The Watchman" [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 7 June 1902

PRO-BOERISM. 'P.. tlio "Rdit-nv nf''Thft Siiy—In your/issue of/'May 2-4th, under the above heading, * is a' letter signed;; " Peace." .It calls to miml our Lord's teaching as to the duty of love,'to those that lETte us. ' The attitude of . England in. this war-is a wonderful exemplification of Christ's teaching, perhaps the most wonderful that the world has ever seen. Our enemies, the iioers, commence the war by giving two days notice. The burghers invaded Natal on the evening of October 11, 1809, intending to drive the few troops then available "into the sea." Our God ordained otherwise—and as in other days in Israel— saved us, notwitstaiiding our blunders and mistakes. We, as a great Christiau nation, care for, feed and clothe, scores of thousands of our enemies, their wives and their children, even while others of them are still fighting against us, and killing the tlower of our manhood. If this is not a literal carrying out of our Lord's commands, I don't know what is I The mome...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 7 June 1902

WEEKS WHITE'S BREAP * lathe 'Beat | up 18 Newtown lor Cart to call. Printed and published for tiie "Proprietors by W. M' . Madqwick i: Sova at 35 Queen Victoria Markets* York-Ktroet, Sydaoy.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cuttle-fish Rome. LEPROUS PRIESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 7 June 1902

Cuttlefish Rome. LEPROUS rmt>TS. Among the denizens of the vasty deep there eephalopod'of the Genus Sepia, having an intcrnul shell, large eyes, aud ten arms furnished with denticulated suckers by means of which it secures its prey. It has also an ink bag opening into the sij)hou. from which, when pursued, it throws _out a dark liquid that clouds the water, enabling it to escape observation." Tliis creature is a fit emblem of the Church of Rome. Her impudent arrogance is the shell, the Jesuits are the eyes, aud the priests aud nuns are the denticulated suckers—wheu attacked it is her custom also to belch .out as much filth as she can on her antagonists, in the hope that she may escape by means of her ink bag. Last week the u Catholic Press," taking time by the forelock, stigmatised a stranger who had barely landed on our shores as the "Notorious Margaret L. Shepherd—An Infamous "W oiuan," aud then proceeded to villify her character by a letter written by a "Rev. J. A McDonald, a ...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 7 June 1902

-i; >wWillie*'comes vviih cliilly >Aa»l cou^hfci Hiul coldrt we cuii't ttscupe j i!: kpMiuf lo Jhu?,H tiv«ryb'<?H>'.t 7/ 'W r, (II -J.,',. i"'1, \Vo Idi»K to see Old SqlM br^liTriyi'"'V i Through those wet unify lo'oaly Uujb/1'"0' •I1

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 7 June 1902

The Colonial Coronation banquet, which is to bo held in London on July 9 th, will bo the most important function of its kind ever organ\x=req-\ ised here. The chair will be occupied by Mr. Chamborlain, and all the leading colonists from all parts of the Empire will be present. The occasion will be marked by two noteworthy speeches, one from Mr. Seddon, while the Canadian end will be kept up by Sir Wilfred Laurier. COLUS. This affliction is an inflammation of the mucous membrane lining the air passages of head, throat, and lungs. This membrane haB become dry* swollen, and inflamed. When a cold settles in the system it will take 3everal days' treatmeut to oure it. ' Chamberlain's Cough .Remedy will cure you quicker than any other remedy, and leave the system in a natural and healthy condition. It always cureB and cures quickly; and is sold at Is Cd by all chemUts aud storekeepers. --DEAFNESS. In addition tirmity itaelf ,j {JJwfbe^ Iiaa a marked iufliiez^^on Mental Devekrt^eutOTthejndi...

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Commercial. The Watchman Office, Wednesday Evening. FARM AND DAIRY PHODUGE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 7 June 1902

Commercial. The Watchman Office, Wednesday Evening. "FAKM AND DAIRY PHODUGE. ^Demand for fodder continues brisk for stnivr ing stock purposes. Chafi and liay meeting prompt attention. Much adverse opinion rules as to the advisability of suspending present duty on fodder owing to New Zealand being unable to continue supplies. It is, however, probable that duties will either be suspended or rebated on imports, and in consequence speculative demand has ceased pei^ing further settlement. Prime quality chaff continues scarce. Local £G 10s., £7 per ton; medium, £5 10s. to £6; inferior, £4 2s. (5d., £o; Victoriau, to £5 12s. GcL; Adelaide, green, £f>. "Wheat, market lirm; milling quality quoted, 4s. 8d. ; good samples chickwheat, 4s. 4d. per bushel. Maize.—Sales slow, 4s. lOd. Oaten and lucerne hay market tinner. Bran and pollard at late quotations. Potatoes.—Market easier, with large i supplies, prime Circular Heads, £5 15s.. £0 per ton. Onions.—Market •weak. Quoted prime, £7 10s. £7 1...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Extension of Tattersall's Hotel. AN OBJECTIONABLE PRACTICE STOPPED. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 7 June 1902

Extension of Tattersall's Hotel. AN OBJECTIONABLE PRACTICE .STOPPED. This case, which lias aroused considerable interest among temperance reformers, came on before the Full Court on Friday, 16tli May.. Mr. B. K. Wise, K.C., and Mr. F. S. Boyoe (instructed by Mr. W. G. (Jlegg) appeared for Mr. G. E. Ardiil, to move to. make absolute a rule Nisi for a writ of prohibition directed to tlie members of tlie Licensing Court for tbo Metropolitan District, n<id W. J. Adams, restraining" them from further proceeding upon on order made, by the said Licensing Court granting permission to the said W. J. Adams to make an exteusion of his licensed premises in Pitt-street. Mr. Want, 1C.C., and Mr. Ferguson (instructed by Messrs. Curtis and Barry) appeared for the respondent, VV. J. Adams. The facts of the case, as set out in Mr ArdilTs affidavit, are us follows:— Adams holds a license for premises known as TattersalTs Hotel, situated in Pitt-street. Being desirous of opening a bar in Geo...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lodge Meetings. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 7 June 1902

Lbdgfe Meetings. The monthly meeting of Nowra L.O.L. No. 70 was held in the Methodist Schuol Hall on Monday evening last. The W.M., Bro. Shejiherd, presided;, Bro. Locke (chaplain) read the opening prayer and a portion of Scripture, besides The General Qualilicatioiis of an Orangeman. A letter was read from the Secretary of Cauibewarra L.O.L. No. 42, stating that they had determined, in conjunction with No. 70, to celebrate the 12th of July by a public tea meeting and lecture at Cauibewarra on Monday, July 21st, and that whoever came down from Sydney to lecture should be asked to jireach once in Cauibewarra, and onc(^ in Nowra, on Sabbath, July 20th. The Lodge members resolved to do all in their power to make the celebration a great success. The last meeting of No. 2 L.O.L.* Camper\x=req-\ down was the largest and most enthusiastic yet held in thai; place. The- lodge room was unable to contain the number, which reached about 130 good-tempered brethren, who, under the most cramped co...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
What Christian Endeavor is Doing [All Christian Endeavoarers are cordially invited to forward reports and items for thin column to the Editor.] [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 7 June 1902

What Christian Endeavor is Doing [All Christian Endeavoarers are cordially invited to forward reports and items' for thin column to the Editor.*! A well-attended United Consecration j Rally of the Societies forming the Paddington\x=req-\ Woollahra and Waverley-Randwick Unions was lield in the Waverley Methodist School Trull, Bondi Junction, on Tuesday evening, 27th instant. A Praise Service from 7.30 to 8 o'clock was led by Rev. R. F, Becher. Then followed the Consecration meeting, conducted by Rev. R. East—President of Local Union. The following ministers assisted in the ser\x=req-\ vice:—Revs. G. Lane, Dr. Fordyee, E. King, and 0. W. Moon. The address was delivered by Rev. Dr. Porter, President N.S.W. Union. In answer to the Roll Call the following nine Societies responded:—Woollahra Baptist, Paddington Methodist, Point Piper Road Congregational, Waverloy Presbyterion, Lugar Brae Methodist, Randwick Methodist, Waverley Congregational, Bondi Methodist, and Waver\x=req-\ ley Methodi...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our Legal Column. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 7 June 1902

Our Legal Column. EkquHiies should be addressed to u Lex," Watchman Office, 35, Market Buildings, York Street, aud mutt he aAompnnied by the subjoined printed application. This column is intended to afford information and practical advice to correspondents, "with regard to auy 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," " "Watchman " Office, 3d ilarket Buildings, York-street, Sydney. Pleape answer in " The "Watchman** the annexed question. Reply to be addressed to Kent.—The necessity for stamping receipts for £2 or upwards is so well known that we think you, and not your solicitor, must be held responsible for the omission, and that you cannot recover the fine from him. Anxious.—The words used about, you are very abusive, but we do not consider them actionable, and cannot advise you to bri...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
For Sunday Afternoon. THE STORY OF LYDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 7 June 1902

Tor ISiiiiday Afternoon. THE SXOEY OF IADIA. "And u certain woman named Xydiii, u seller of purple, of the city of Tiiyatira, which worshipped God, beard us: whone heart the Lord o]>ened. that uiie attended unto the tilings whk-h weiv spoken of Paul/*— /frftfxvi. u. Philippi, where this happened, was-a heatlien city, tut there were some Jews in it; not all of them Jews by birth, but probably a considerable number Jews by religion only,—pvo%tlytes, as they were called—that is, people of other nations who had embraced the Jewish religion. Now, the Jewish women of Phillippi were accustomed to go out of the city on the Sabbath, and to resort to the quiet river-side for prayer. They were.out ot hearing of the din and bustle of the city; there they might worship the one true.God undisturbed. When Paul and his companions came to | Philippi, they went on the Sabbath to the river-side, and sat down there and 6poke to the women. Among them that day was Lydia. She was not one of the inh...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our Young Men in Debate. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 7 June 1902

Our Young' Men 111 Debate. The Hurstville literary and Debating Society held a mock trial on Thursday evening', June 5th. We hope to give full particulars in our next issue. An Exhibition of Ladies* Work will he the feature of the next meeting (June 1Ith), of the Hunter-Baillie Literary and Debating Society. The St. John's Mutual Improvement Society hold a debate on the 9th. In addition to a musical evening, and the inevitable night that ©very society devotes to the M.S. Journal, the members hold a newspaper evening. This takes the form of a discussion on papers^. and doubtless several members will have some sweet tilings to say about the " Watchman." The usual weekly meeting of the Granville Methodist Young Peopled Institute took place iu the William Street Church, on Tuesday, May 27th, when a large number of members and visitors were present to enjoy a mock election. The three candidates were Mr. Donald Macdonahl, Freetrade; Mr. Garnet Mallinson, Protection; Mr. E, Baker, Labour. ...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Suburban Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 7 June 1902

Suburban Notes. ' (By BukwoodV We, at Biirwood, take a greatinterestin the Watchman: From the first line of-the first column to the last word on the last page'it has our unqualified approval. This being so, we purchase it, and prophesy great things for it; aud intend doing something practical in support of an organ that dares to express the opinion of the great majority of the residents of this fashionable suburb. Evidence is only too plentiful that the R.C. clergy here, like ourselves, take an interest (but from far different motives) in the vVatcidiak. A certain proposal has heen vetoed for fear it might he got hold of by the Watch " Dog" as the priests term it. Such a little, circumstance as this shows the fast-increasiug influence of the one up-to-date Protestant organ, and pardon me mentioning it in this, column—the genuineness of- the watciimax as a good advertising medium for business people, for everybody reads it. Poor deluded Paddy and his family have just "got over" anoth...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Dying Out of the Boer Race. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 7 June 1902

The Dying* Out of the •5 ; Boer Race.. ; The following appeared'in tho " Loudon Standard" newspaper,, aiid singularly corroborates the view that 'some are entertaining in respect to the ■conclusion of the Boer war. If- tlie Boers will entertain nothing but impossible conditions of peace, and-'demand entire independence as the tirst conditionof any arraugement in the direction of peace with the British Government, it is • dear that to such stipulation the latter cannot possibly listen. " The complete independence demanded by tbe Boers is what neithei the present British Government or uuy other succeeding it could possible grant. It is difficult, therefore, to understand why the Boers do not, at any rate, come for«vard with counter proposals to the English ones, as " basis for further discussion. ''.No doubt the Buers of the Transvaal aud Orange Free State can continue for a long time to come to make themselves troublesome to the English. They can keep British troops at bay, injure Br...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 7 June 1902

PAVE THE BABIES. ' There Is rm better medicine made fur bahi«a thnn ClmmberiainV Cjugh Remedy. Its pleasant taste and pi otupl and effectual cure* make it a favorite with the mothers t»f *mall children. It quickly cures their caighdahd colds, preventing pneumonia or other eeri\x=req-\ ous consequences. It not only cures croup, hut w.'irii given aw foon hb the croupy eUngh appears, wili prevent the attack. In casrAof whooping.cough it liquifies (be tough mueii>s making it 'easier to i xpeetoratr, and lessons the seventy and frequency, of the paroxysms of coughing, thus depriving tbd'UWase of all dangeroUB consequences. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy contains no opium or narcotic in aiiy* form, and may be givfn as contidently to a baliy an lo an adult. It always. o.ires, and euros quickly. Price,' Is Ud l»y all dealers in medicine.

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