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The Confessional Box. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902

The Confessional Box. The priestly confessor represents liimsolf as Sovereign Judge, wliose decrees are irrevocable and sacredlj' bindiug oil the consciences of his penitents. He is moreover iuvested with divine prerogatives. He cun remit or retain sins revealed to him iu the confessional, exact a heavy penance by way of punishment for them, or a slight one, or none at all. He is presumed to be himself for the time being impeccable, and it is upon this impeccability that Mb quali fications, to import spiritual and moral counsel, and to " direct" his penitent, regarding every action of life rests. In fact the prie onfetsor is Christ, and the power of Omnipotence itself is not sufficient to reverse the judgment once pronounced But the priest, notwithstanding his assumption as Christ, is still a man. How then in the name of wonder can a man direct the consciences of others, or impart ghostly advice and consolation who is himself * A Depraved Character ! Can he reprove that in another w...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Her Great Renunciation. (All Rights Reserved). Continued from last week. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902

Her Great Renunciation. (By Nil yah.) (All Rights Reserved). Continued from last week. She drank in every word of the discourse eagerly. The service was over, and the benedic tion said, yet she still remained in her seat as one in adrcam. The minister, who had notedher rapfc attention—and u-hen does not an earnest speaker catch the upturned face of the eager listener, and how it stirs his soul to greater effort. Mr. Martin had observed Gerty's close attention to the sermon, and, as he walked down the church speaking to one and another as was his custom, he saw her still sitting in her seat,, and crossed over to spealc to her. He had a pleasant countenance in spite of some lines of care and touches of sadness on it. "I think yeu are a stranger here ? " he said, " but we are always glad to add new faces to those which have g^own. familiar to us; I hope we shall see you again." "Yes, I hope to come; I want to know how to get that rest you spoke of tliis morning," she answered. " May I ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902

CLIFTON'S LILYWHITE STARCH. FREE Fl{0ty ALL ADULTERATION. Our Legal Column. APPLICATION TO ACCOMPANY ENQUIRY. To '* Lex," " Watchman" Office, 35 Market BnUdrngn, York-street, Sydney. Please answer in " The Watchman " the annexed question. Reply to be addrefwod to Teue Blue.—(1 and 2) You can retain the Is out of your next rent, as it has been wrongly charged. (3) If you wish to stay in the house after the day when your notice to qnit expires, you should arrange for this with vour landlord at once. Pebplexed.—We advise you to lay the facts before the Public Service Board, but before doing so you might inform your debtor of your intention, as he would then perhaps pay in order to avoid being reported. j FIVE GREAT LECTURES. - ^ MARGARET L. SHEPHERD, PROTESTANT TT ATT, (C.vsTLEitEAGH St.) 1st Lecture : TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 1st. 2.30. * LADIES ONLY. " Secret Confession to the Priests, and Reasons why Protestants and B.C.'s nhould not Intermurry." ££5Wf2xD Lecture: WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902

Gorstalksl be proad of your State And help to posh it along, Let the name o! your coutry bo great, And tell people where you belong. Also attend to your health, Or else you will soon be obscure. The stuff that is better than wealth Is Woodh* Great Petpeiuijint Cube. Ohutnberlain's Cough Bcmody never disappoints thoBe who use it for obutinate coughs, eolds, and irrit&tion of the throat and lungs. ... Ail dealers, Is fid.

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Our Little Folks. RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902

Our Little Folks. [Conducted by "Aunixe."] BULES. 1. "Writers must l>e between the ages ot six ano fifteen, and must state their ages ■when writing. 2. "Writers to "Auntie" mu.«t •write on one side oi the paper oniy. 3. Letters may be upon any subject of interest to the writer—short stories, amounts of their amusements and irTeations, reading, favourite toys, etc. 4. Letters must be criminal, "written and composed by the children themselves. 5. Address all letter* to "Antitie," e/o. " Watch-; man " Office. :J5 Queen Victoria Markets, York-street. Sly Dear Young Folks,— Four girls, Olive Owens, Isu Bonsall, Gwend Moody and Evelyn Kearney, sent in their plain sewing too late; another girl Minna Cooper, seems to liave misunderstood me about the work for the competition.and has sent a piece of fancy work; so the prizo for next week will be awarded for the neatest specimen of fancy work (only something small) and then Minna will have a chance of gaining a prize. The prize ! for carpen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902

The Federal Capital it appears Goes beggtag for a site, It may be quite a hundred years Bofore it 6ecs the light. In tho meanwhile let us try To make our ailments fewer, To coughs and colds we'll say good-bye With Woods' Ghea^Feppebuiht Cons.

Publication Title: Watchman
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Suburban Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902

Suburban Notes. (by Ashpleld). Dr, Dill Macky's lecture iu the Ashfield School of Arts 011 Friday evening last was highly appreciated by all who heard it, number ing some hundreds. The worthy Doctor, how ever, should not be asked to address -hundreds when thousands are available. The Protestant revival is remarkable in the suburbs, and were suitable arrangements made, and the thing well advertised, the effect would be ten-fold. Orangemen should adopt a progressive policy. : Tho truth should be proclaimed from the house tops, so that all might hear. Let us invite our llomun Catholic friends, our Ritualistic friends, our apathetic friends, to hear such lectures and tell us afterwards if the Doctor's arguments are liot worth thinkiug over. Householders in Asbtield have, during the past fortnight, been subjected to a begging crusade by tho sisters of the Lewishain Hospi tal. Protestants who, through force of eircum sti noes, have availed themselves of the shelter afforded by this Instit...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902

The plague has come to light again To give as all a scare; Death stares ns in the face, that's plain, Let every one take care. Attend to ever; ailment that You may have to endure, Drive off your cough and put on £at With Woods' Great Peppebmint Cube. A STRAIGHT TIP. ~ You can cure that miserable cough you have* by taking Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. *"*!**. All chemists and storekeepers, Is Gd.

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the views of our correspondents.) THE POWER OF ROME IN AUSTRALIA. To the Editor "The Watchman." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902

Correspondence. U'c do not hold ounrlcc* responsible for the view« of our corrcx^ondentn.) THE POWER OF llOJUiti IN AUSTBALIA. To tlio Editor "Tlie Watchman." Sir,—The " Watchman " iB welcomed as a valuable paper, valuable to Protestants aud Horn an Catholic* alike. Why should our fellow-colonists who happen to have Irish par entage, and were brought up in the Hoinigh Church, be bound in a free country by the fet ters which bound them at home without a word of enlightenment from those who know better ? xtisiug Australia, has become quite inoittereut iu religious matter*;—one Church is us good as another in their eyes. Home is aware of this. In reading an account of the li. C. Bishop's jubilee at Maitland—for which a special rail way carriage vras provided to accommodate the priests by our Pupal Government—the only mention of its being a- Roman Catholic affair ■was the fact that High Mass was colebrated: only for this Australians might have looked upon it as a truly Australian 'affai...

Publication Title: Watchman
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The Editor's Letter Box. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902

The Editor's Letter Box. John Buix, Je.—Kindly forward your real name, not for publication purposes, bat as a guarantee of good faith. S.A.—Notes will be used next week. J.O.—Your article on " Priestcraft" will be published shortly. H.—We hope to resume "Choir Gallery" and "Literary Notes" when we have more space. i Photestant.—The Watchman likes to be ! fair and broad-minded. • A policy of narrow ! ness of thought and idea would practically kill I us. We must be up-to-date, or die. J.C.—A lot of Church news crowded out. J.G.—Sony we have offended you;, but we were simply crowded out. C.D.—" United Tent Mission "lield over. Siely.—Your notes held over..

Publication Title: Watchman
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AUSTRALIAN VERSE. To the Editor of "The Watchman." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902

AUSTRALIAN VERSE. To the Editor of 45 The Watchman/' • I read with interest the remarks of " Tinea " last week, ami think a word or two more on this subject would not be amiss. Lord Hoseberry, in accepting the dedication of the Marcus Clarke's memorial volume, wrote to Mrs. Clarke :~li I am afraid your husband's works are not suffici ently appreciated in Australia." This is true of our greatest prose writer, and the same remark may apply, though to a lesser extent, to our writers of verse. The pleasures derivable from the works of Gordon, Kendall, Stephens, Lawson, " Banjo " Paterson, Ogilvie, Only, Harpur, etc., are enjoyed by a comparative few. Our late Minister for Education should be thanked for inserting a few choice pieces in our school books, for it is regrettable that our children should know " Casabianca," "The Pet Lamb," etc*, and yet be ignorant of " The Man from Snowy Elver," etc., etc. I would not like to go over " IJinea's " gronnd in comparing the different poets, but...

Publication Title: Watchman
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
An L.O.L. Brass Band. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902

An L.O.L. Brass Band. In connection with Lodge 33 and 176 a brass band has been formed. The members inclnde several crack players, and as everyone Intends practising assiduously, the band should quickly establish a pleasant reputation for the interpre tation of the divine art. Luther ranked music as a science nest in order to theology. " Who ever despises music," he said, " as is the case with all fanatics, with him I can never agree ; for music is the gift of God, and not the dis covery of man." Mr.G. Lewis, of L.O.L. 176, is president of the band, Mr. C. Chase (L.O.L. 83)'is treasurer, and Mr. A. M. Pettitt (L.O.L. 176) is the indefatigable and indispensable amanuensis. The Watchman wishes the band every success, and feels sure it will pour forth strains as "sweet and musicalas bright Apollo's lute strung with hair.1'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Australian Workers Union. DEFENCE, NOT DEFIANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902

The Australian Workers Union. I- DEFENCE, NOT DEFIANCE. \ If Australia is free from the saugtiiuiuy wors i which disgraced humanity in'the older natious I of the earth, she is not free from an equally bitter, if less disastrous, warfare in heriudus- I trial world. \ glance round the various centres ! of Capital and .Labour shows each side to be, engaged iu a struggle for supremacy, sacririeiug meauwhile principles and privileges which should*, be jealously guarded. There is, Jirst, the sorrowful spectacle to bo seen of a Govern ment casting to the winds all its inherited rights as au unbiassed arbiter, to whom has been entrusted the scales of justice, aud throw ing itself with easy virtue and unrestrained licence upon the side of the workers. The manner iu which Mr. O'Sullivan and his colleagues in the Ministry have iuterfered in industrial disputes, cannot be too severely con demned. This paper holds no brief from either partv, nud is, in fact, always in active sym pathy with labou...

Publication Title: Watchman
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The Protestant Watchtower. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902

The Protestant Watclitower. Feast of Corpus Chiisti— This is a great R..C. festival to honor the " Bocty of Chnst," as the^wafer—a little flour and water biscuit—is supposed to be, when consecrated. It is only a biscuit to all appear ance, yet the Church of Rome requires all to "believe that it is the real flesh and blood of Jesus Christ, the same as the body crucified on Calvary. The wafer is inert, like any other bread, and may be eaten, by a mouse, or grow mouldy aud perish; yet we must believe on pain of damnation that it is God Almighty ; the real body and blood, soul and divinity of the Lord Jesus. This consecrated wafer is the " Mass," the central doctrine of Romanism, and it was for rejecting it as non-scriptural and opposed to common sense, that millions of Protestants were tortured and burned, or otherwise put to death. This " Moss" is a name of hate, and shuddering, as the test^question of superstitious, cruel Jfcouiauisin.- Queen Elizabeth, when the Princess under " bloo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902

Business ^©feiee. Thb Wxtoumix, a Weeklv Journal of Social, Political, and Religious Progress. Published every Thursday. Office: 35 Queen Victoria Markets. York-street, Sydney. Telephone No. 2564. The ubove terms are subject to reviaion if the Federal Postage Bill comes into operation, and if so, subscribers are kindly requested to forward the necessary postage. The Management recommend subscriber* to procure The "Watchman from their Newsagent**, to whom their subscriptions would l>e payable. But if this is incou veuient, they may apply direct to Thk WrATCiotiN All subscriptions must lie pa-paid, ntid will be acknowledged in thi« column. Subscribers* Terms. ,. 4b. 4d. ,2s. 2d. .. Ik Id. We beg- to acknowledge the following1 f-ubs-rijitions received during week endlutr June 18tb, 1902. — . . [*• I\ J., Bondi, to September Gth, 1902 .. ... U ( •.-1; "i M., Northampton, \V. Australia, April 18th, ' 1903 v. .. 0 4 « >t W. H- G., Duupa^, November Otb, 1902 .. 0 2. 2 1 J. S., Kiama,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902

For Good Value in Drapery .. TRY .. Edward Iforderri's. Season's Novelties Now Opening. "White fob Pjuces a>*d Samples. CLOTHING axd MEK'S MERCERY Our Specialty. EDWARD HORDERN, 66 6 and 668 GEQRGE STBEET (Brickfield Hill). Funeral Director, 116 ffiford Street. 765 (Head Office). TeL 992. Queen's Cross, GeorSe St _ Op.ChristCli ob Darlinghuret -JV ^ Telephone 28 -v> k / 61 Oxford Street, Edgeoliffe. Patldington Randwick, n'rEovalHotai fjockdale, Opp. Station ® (Tel. 6 Kogarah)., State and Reform Funerals Furnished in a most respectable manner, and on most reasonable terms. Drunkenness or the Liquor Hpliit, Inebriacy, and Alcoholism in any form CURED BY EUCRASY. Can be given'secretly or„othcnvfce. Placed in a cup of tea, coffee, or in food, its presence cannot be noted. "WARRANTED PERFECTLY HARM LESS and easy to administer. It operates so quietly and with such certainty that tlie patient undergoes no inconvenience, and ere he is aware his complete reform is effcrted. DRUNKENNES...

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What Christian Endeavor is Doing [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902

What Christian Endeavor is Doing * Juniors are famous all the icorld ovcv for tlieir ingenuity and "sunshiny" manner of doing kindnesses. This is the way in which a Massachusetts Society brought joy into many hearts on May Day. They concocted some duiut}*baskets, lilled them with candy, flowers or fruit, and slipping in the names of the babies, the dear, old grandfathers and grandmothers, or those who were sick, they slyly hung the baskets on the door knobs of the houses occupied by the objects of their attention when it began to grow a little durk. Another Junior Society at one time purchased one liuudred of the Perry pictures, all on the life of Christ. One Saturday morning, under, the auspices of the flower and Sunshine Com mittee, the society met and mounted the pictures, making two very effective scrap books, which w re sent to two of the Baptist Indian schools in the Indian territory. Dr. Clark has-had many varied and interest ing experiences during his present European tour, ...

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The Notorious Margaret L. Shepherd. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902

The Notorious Margaret L. Shepherd. A very old proverb assures us (tlie exact phraseology wo cannot remember) that it ib possible to make a man believe anytliing if you persist in assuring him of its truth. Whether this is really so or not we do not care to say; but everyone must have noticed the extraordi nary success which attends the very general use of the principle in the Boman Catholic Church. Not only are the cardinal traditions of thht body forced at frequent and well-timed intervals into Boman Catholic heads, but a thousand and one hackneyed •' defences" are called sturdily into play whenever occasion requires. For instance, does anyone dare to attack one of their many principles, or expose a weakness in one of their human servants, a carefully prepared story of one's utter baseness, is immediately circulated, or, better still, a guarded liint at the possibility of pecuniaiy or base motives. The entire Catholic press (we do not refer to an obscure Sydney comic) pub lishes t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902

Deliveries Prompt and Regular in City and all Suburbs. It Costs no More than other MilK. Then why use anr but ours ? It is PASTEURISED; cornel from healthy cows only; and is of tin- ' doubted PURITY and RICHNESS, if 4> B5« N.S.W. FresH Food <Sb Ice Co. Ltd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902

CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY. Quickly relieves and cures painful breathing and dangerously sounding cough, indicative of congested lungs. Ail chemists and storekeepers, 1b Od.

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