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The "Watchman." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 14 June 1902

The '-Watchman." We regret that, notwithstanding our issue of ten thousand last week, many of our readers have been un able to secure a copy of the1' Watchman"." Should the Same demand continue this week, we will advise the managers to increase the circulation by another 500 for next week's issue.

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.) PROFESSOR WOOD ON THE WAR. To the Editor of "The Watchman." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 14 June 1902

Correspondence. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the vicic* our correspondents.) ■ PBOEESSOE "WOOD ON THE WAR. To the Editor of " The Watchman." Sir,—Absence irom liome lias delayed my rejoinder to the letter of the Rev. J. Macauley, M.A., and I may add that the tone of tlie letter is ao unlike the higher mood of our excellent friend, that I liare felt inclined to pass it unnoticed. • • The prime subject matter, however, is important, and should, I think, bo < discussed despite offensive personalities. The latter, as shown in our friend's letters, seem duo to irritation, and, in his last, are utterly irrelevant, as when Mr. Macauley saj's:—"The difference between Mr. "Waddell andmyself, Mr. Editor, is not the difference between anti-Boer, and pro-Boer; it is rather this, that I never allow prejudice or bigotry to blind mo to all sense of justice; " Mr. Waddell does, as his writings elsewhere lnvo clearly shown. He reads eveiything through hie Orange spectacles, I ...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 14 June 1902

Long live tho King! But who eau toll The certainty of life. The man who feels to-day ho well. Slay dio of hicloioKs rifo. Coughs and ooldn are prevalent ills "Which wo mtiut all euduro, Though wo can save the doctor's bills "Vyitb Woods' Gekat Pippkiuunt Cube.

Publication Title: Watchman
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Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 14 June 1902

Notices. Business firms aro cautioned not to have any dealings with canvassers .for tlid " Watcaman" unlesb tliey carry a note of authority from the business manager of this journal. Agents are requested to do what they can to. prevent the Bale of "The Watchman" on Sundays. To sell the paper on the Lord's Day is contrary to all the principles that the "WATonMAN." advocates. In reply to many correspondents who have asked as to where Margaret L. Shepherd's book is to bo obtained, we desire to state, that a new edition of the book is goin£ through the Press, and will bo ready for distribution in about a fortnight.' Wesley Church choir continues to hold a high placeinchurch musicnlcircles. Undertbeablecon\x=req-\ ducto rahip of Mr. Edwin Lane, with Mr. J. W.E. Poplo, A. Mus., L.O.M., (organist), and assisted by an efficient orchestra, the members render •omo fine anthems and solos each Sabbath. The results achieved by this choir prove demonstrably what an efficient conductor and orgaaif...

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Benefit Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 14 June 1902

Benefit Concert. We Leg- to draw attention to a benefit concert and social, which will be hold on Tuesday evening 26th June, in the Forresters' JHall, Botany Street, "Waterloo, in aid of* W. McDonnell, who has been unable to follow his occupation for the last 8 years. The officers of R.B.P., have charge of the proceedings, and are doing their utmost to raise funds to place a good brother out of distress. Bro. Wm. McDonnell has been a financial member of the L.O. Institution for over. 40 years, and has beeu a past Foreman of Grand Committees.! We hope the concert will be well patronized. .

Publication Title: Watchman
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NEWCASTLE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 14 June 1902

NEWCASTLE BEANCH. Tlio usual monthly meeting of tlie Austra\x=req-\ lain Protestant Defence Association -was held in the Cambrian Hall on Wednesday night. The Bev. E. M. Bowles (president) occupied the chair, and thero was a good attendance. The lion, secrotary read the ininutos of the last meeting, which were adoj)ted. Arrangements weroMiiado for the inauguration of a course of addresses to bo given from time to time in the city and district. The names of several gentlemen from Sydney and elsowhoro were mentioned, and instructions given for opening up a correspondence. The other business having been disposed of, the Chairman gave an address on the " Progress of Protestantism" in tills and other lands. Among other things pointed out was the necessity for retaining our State Schools in their present "state of excellency, and the danger of- introducing the old-time sectarian schools, "by subsidy or otherwise. The education of the young was a political necessity, for where ignorance wa...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LEICHARDT BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 14 June 1902

LEICHHAItDT BRANCH. The* usual monthly meeting of the above Branch was held in the Presbyterian Church on Tuesday, May 20th. The president, Rev. F. C. Boyer, was in the chair. After the usual business had been transacted, "a vory interesting and ■ instructive lecture was delivered by the Rev. X. Nairn, entitled "The Scottish Covonanters, which was keenly enjoyed. Mr. G. Nixon proposed, and Mr. "W. Wallace seconded, a very hearty vote of thanks to the lecturer.

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Australian Protestant Defence Association. BALMAIN BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 14 June 1902

The Australian Protestant Defence Association. BAXMAIN BRANCH. • Tlie regular monthly meeting of the abovo Branch was held in the Congregational School Hall on Tuesday evening, June 3rd. Mr. N. Allardice (vice-president) occupied the chair, and opened the meeting with prayer. The minutes of the previous mooting wero read and confirmed. A motion in favour of admitting ladies to membership for the sum of 6d per quarter was carried unanimously. A large amount of correspondence was dealt with, and various accounts wore passed for payment. The sum of £2 10s was voted to the Council. Several notices of motion wore given for next mueting. It was agreed to hold a Musical Evening at the next meeting. Already a large number of members and friends have offered to assist, which will bo a quarterly meeting. Twenty-three new members wero admitted. The Chairman pronounced the Benediction, and the meeting closed.

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 14 June 1902

For Good Value in Drapery .. TRY .. Edward tyorderri's. Season's Novelties Now Opening. - - • Write fob P,iuces and Said-i CLOTHING asd MEN'S MERCERY Our Specialty. EDWARD HORDERN, 666 and 668 GEORGE STREET (Brickfield Hill). Funeral Director, 116 Oxford Strset. (Head Ofpice). Tel. 992. Queen's Cross, George St Telephone 23 v> __ .. 61 Oxford Street, ^ ol w*'°ro otreet, Edgecliffe. AV Paddington OJ* Randwick, n'rRovalH< _ V/y IJookdale, Opp. Statio ® (Tel. 6 Kogarah). State and Reform Funerals Furnished in a most respectable manner, and on most reasonable terms. Drunkenness or the Liquor Habit, Inebriacy, iind Alcoholism in any form- CURED BY EUCRASY. Con be given secretly or otherwise. Placed in a cup of tea, coffee, or in food, itn presence cannot bo ' notod. "WARRANTED PERFECTLY HARM LESS and easy to administer. It operates bo quietly and with eucH certainty that the patient undergoes no inconvenience, and ere he is aware his complete reform is efferted. DRUNKENNESS...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 14 June 1902

Other centres are being operated on, and others are just ready to begin. The Tent Mission in the North-west is telling on the people, and Christians are being revived, and large numbers of the unsaved lmve been led to confess Jesus as Lord and Saviour. To God be all praise and glory.

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DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 14 June 1902

DAIRY PRODUCE. Buttze—Creamery, I/O per lb. Pasteurised 1/6$, per lb. Factory, 1/5. . Dairy, 1/4. \ Pastry, 1/2. ■' . Baook—Sides: McLean's, /7i. Manning's /7£ b /7£ per lb Middles, /8, /84. Hitches, /6,'/7. Shoulders, /5, /6. . ftnom;—N.S.W., loaf, /8l. per lb. . ' Medium size, /Sj to /8J. Victorian, /8k ' a N.Z. /8J//4. , Boos—Southern, 1/8 1/9, per doz. Northern, 1/7, 1/8. New laid, 2/. IiABD—Bladder, /9. Bulk tins, /8J-. TTiwb—Scarce. N.S.W. -/10, /10J, per lb.' light-weights /10|. per lb. N.Z. (bonded) IS, /9. x Poultry—Fowls : Hens, 2/-, 2/6 ; prime 2/9,3- per pair. • ,, Boosters, 2/6, 3/-; prime, 4/-, 5/6. Ducks '2/6, 2/9, prime 4/-, 5/6. Geese, 4/-, C/-. » • • Turkey bens, 3/6, 4/6, prime 5/-, 6/-. ,, cocks, 6/- 8/-; prime, 10/—, 14/\x=req-\ FARM PRODUCE. WiTTF.—Prime 4/10 per bushel. ' "Weevily, 4/8. Chatp—Local prime, 5/15/-, 6/^, per ton* Medium, 5/-/-, to 5/10/\x=req-\ Other quality, 4/-/- to 4/15/-. Tasmanian, 4/15/- to 5/5/-. Victorian, 5/5/- ti» 5/12/6. Adelaide, prim...

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Commercial. The Watchman Office, Wednesday Evening. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 14 June 1902

Commercial. The Watchman Office, Wednesday Evening. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. uxuy moderate aemaua exists ior supplies 01 fodder. Enormous quantities of chaff and hay ^ continue to arrive from the other colonies. Late general rains have had the effect of checking demand for the countiy trade, whilst with large supplies due to arrive, over-sea retailers are only working on limited stocks. Supplies ex Rcdfernhave increased, several lot* arriving from unexpected qnarters. Chaff market continues weak, prime quality, local, selling 6/1 per cwt., medium, 5/6, inferior to 5/. Victorian, 5/7/6, to 5/12/6. Adelaide, 5/10/- to 5/15-. Tasmanian, 4/15 to 5/5 per ton. Lucerne, cheaper, ex rail, prime quality, small bales, 8/1 per cwt. Ex wharf, new green, 6/5/-, prime quality, 8/-/- per ton. Oaten hay, continues weaker. Maize market remains firm at late quotations. Hill offal, scarce. Pollard, l/3i. Bran, 1/3| to 1/3A. Wheat, prime milling scarce, quoted to 4/7. Chickwheat, in good supply, from 4/...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dr. Bevan on Roman Catholicism. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 14 June 1902

v Bevan on Roman ; Catholicism. This popular Congregational minister, when in Sydney on a recent Tuesday, was interviewed I by a representative of "The Watchman." Regarding the Roman Catholic position in general, the Doctor said, he thought it a great pity, for the Protestant cause, that Cardinal Moran had left our shores, as his unretracted statements—the falseness of which having been proved up to the hilt—had produced a result contrary to his (the Cardinal's) expectations. Dr. Bevan further said, " That in Ms opinion the Roman Catholic cause is fast dying ont. This is notably the case in Amer =.

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WEST MAITLAND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 14 June 1902

WEST MAITLAND NOTES. The Rev. D. O'Donnell commenced the first of a series of Missions in seven centres, at West Maitland on Sunday, tlie 25th. of May. Preparatory meetings liad been held for several' *weeks previously by local ministers and Church workers. The opening was a day of much interest. The Tent was well filled at both services, and five men'entered the Inquiry Boom. During the following- five days afternoon Bible Readings were held by Mr. O'Donnell, and were well attended, and at the night meetings the tent was generally filled, and sometimes crowded. The numbers entering the Inquiry Boom were:—Monday 17, Tuesday 13, Wednesday 13, Thursday 13, Friday 12. . The Mission culminated in a wonderful day on Sunday, when there was a remarkable outpouring of Divine influence. In the afternoon 140 youths and maidens declared themselves for Christy and.at night 34 adults yielded themselves up to the Lord. The Mission will extend its operations to Singleton.

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Mr. Harry Long. THE GREAT CHAMPION OF PROTESTANTISM IN AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 14 June 1902

Mr. Harry Long. , THE GREAT CHAMPION OF PROTES TANTISM IN AUSTRALIA Our well known friend, Mr. Hany Long, of Glasgow, has been advised" by his doctors to return to Australia for the sake of his health, and is now amon£ us. Knowing bis solicitude to do & little yet for our sacred cause, arrange ments have been made with him for a series of articles on the Minor Impediments of Current Protestantism, which will be published-as occa sion may require. Hany friends from the old land, we doubt not, will look forward with interest to these articles from one who has been for over 50 years the great champion of our cause in the Home land. We publish herewith a short but trenchant article, entitled " Faith Healers," from his pen. • Faith Healers. The great conflict for religious liberty was fought fully a quarter of a millenium since, when nations heard the voice of tho Almighty thundering, "Come out of her my people." Millions obeyed, and ' a Protestant Europe gradually emerged out of...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 14 June 1902

NO OPIUM. In Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. This remedy is a favorito with mothers of small children, as it eontuins no opium or other harmful substances, and can bo given to a baby as confidently as to an adult. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is guaranteed to euro •coughs, oolds, and croup. It always cures, and cures quickly. _ Sold by all chemists and. storekeepers at 1b Od per bottle.

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NABRABRI NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 14 June 1902

NABRABRI NOTES. Mr. Robertson, the well-known Evangelist, writes to us as follows:— "I/eavingGunnedah on Friday, theTent Mis sion opened at Narrabri on Sunday, the 18th of May. . In the afternoon there was a large attendance of children, and out of 120 of the young people who stood up as willing to lead a new liie and serve Christ, 65 went into the Inquiry Room and gave their names. The manifested results of the first few days at Narrabri—except among the young people— was less than some other Missions. Still God's work forged ahead, and on the fifth night 7 adults declared themselves and went into the Jnquiiy Room, making- the number 16 in alL On the second Sunday there was a well-attended meeting for men only, at the conclusion of which 42 of them came forward and signed the purity pledge. Tl\e Mission concluded on Thursday, the { 29th May, up to which date 126 had given j th©ir names in the Inquiry Room. Just before putting out the lights on the last night two lads, deeply impres...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wanted, Agents. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 14 June 1902

Wanted, Agents. '' We have decided to appoint one Agent (Lady preferred) in every Church where " The watch man" is welcomed. Her duties will be to correspond with the Editor, Bending notices of meeting, and other business connected with the Church, etc., and also to canvass for subscribers to this paper. Remuneration of 20 per cent, will be allowed for all advertisements and 25 per cent, for all subscriptions. For turther particulars application^ should be addressad to • Rsv. Do. (Dill Macky.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902

Chelmsford School, 2 STHNMORE ROHD. Miss A. STICKLEY. Principal. Vocal and'Instrumental Music thoroughly taught. Pupik prepared for all Exams. T. RELTON, Tailor. Estab. s5 jcars. { Next door to Royal Naval Institute. Ladies Tailor-made Costumes. Repairing and Cleaning Business Suits to order from 3/3/-. 30 Geosvenoe-St. A, CAMERON, Bootmaker and Repairer - 159A ENMOBE KOAD, ENMOBE. ITotto: £irility and Attention. • A O IIfive (Late of Mr. I. McGrath) » flj U> nMRfc SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER,. 337 SUSSEX ST., SYDNEY. Repairs Strongly and Neatly Done at. Lowest Prioes. Established 1SS3. Tel. CO N. SEMPER PARATUS. "Highly recommended by leading Medical Profession." It is most important when a prescription is given by a medical man (and to get the full benefit of his skill) to have it prepared by a fully experienced Chemist. Be ■wise, and bring them to WILLIAM WITHERS, Family and Dispensing Chemist, Cornet- of HONDO!* & EfJIVIORE STS. EJ4MORE DEAFNESS. In addition to the...

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Our Young- Men in Debate. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902

Our Young- Men in Debate. The Young Men's Institute, iu connection with Wesley Church. Chippendale, Sydney, is making progressive strides just now, and the weekly meetings, held on Wednesday evenifigs, ore well attended and productive of much en joyment and edification. During May a keen debate on the subject of "Woman's Franchise " was carried through, in which Mr. Gr. H. Foster (Speaker). H. Comford (Premier), E. A. Bus sell (Opposition leader), were well supported by able speakers. Those who supported the Pre mier were: Messrs. N. Taylor, C. Relton, J. Ralph, and D. Curry; whilst the Opposition consisted of Messrs. W. P. Poster, W. Lane, and W. Adams. The Bill favouring the Fran chise was carried on the vote by a narrow ma jority. Another interesting evening was spent with "CharlesDickens." On Monday evening, May 26th, Mr. G. H. Foster, Mies Irene Foster, Mr. J. C. McLelland, and Mr. C. -E. Russell, journeyed to Rockdale Wesleyan Institute, and assisted in an Elocutionary Evening...

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