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Breezy Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902
JBreezy Notes. By THE » PATROL." A cable from Queensland informs us that the police find difficulty in tracing the where abouts of the much-wanted ICenuiSs, owing to the sympathy manifested witli the criminals by local residents. And where sympathy is not shown the result is still the same, as, from motives of fear, help is always forthcoming to aid the fugitives from justice to escape. It is matter for regret that this is a phase af Aus tralian bush life to be met with ir otliei quar ters besides the wilds of Queensland. In Ireland a criminal may seek safety by getting himself elected as a Member of Parlia ment, as is the case with Mr. Lynch, who has just surrendered to the British authorities. In this country, perhaps, it is safer to trust to a jury, made up of neighbors who have known you from birth. Tho many remarkable escapes of those against whom the dearest possible evi dence has been adduced sufficiently proves that our jury system requires reform. The plea put forward by th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902
I CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH 1112MEDY I Cures— Tickling in the Throat. • j Cures—Husky Voice. I All chcmiFtB and storekeepers, Is 0(1. ' - WANTED PIIOTESTANT EMPLOYERS. OF LABOUB- re quiring Men for any kind of work should first apply to the SECRETARY L.O.L. LABOUR ASSO CIATION, PROTESTANT HALL. ANTED,—All thinking of Assuring to know that the A.M.P. Life Oflioe is the beet. Full par ticulars supplied hy J. B. YOTJDALE, City Agent, 108 Pitt-street Telephone 2179. YOUNG ex-Civil Servant destitute wanta light employment; take situation useful gent's : family. Highest reference. Secretary L.O.L. Abso i uiatiou, Protestant Hall. [TJ3 AKTS Exterminated by New Prooe&s, . , Suro Remedy, without damaging Building; 12 months' guarantee (7 years'' refrf.) leading Architects,. Trustee Coin., &e. Particulars on Application. CREAM: 4s. per gal.; las. 5 gals, B. WILLIAMS, Builder, WONGA-ST., BURWOO0. NEWTOWN BOOK ARCADE. BOOKS akd MUSIC Bought in any Quantify and called for anywhere. Hig...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902
A GUARANTEE. Each and every bottle o! Chamberlain's Couch Remedy is eold on the fo llowing guaranteo If, after the consumer has used two-thirds of a bottle according to directions, they ore not satisfied that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is all that the manufac turers claim it to be, they can return the balance of the bottle and hate their money refunded. With such a guarantee don't allow any substitution.' Try to obtain It locally, but if unable, send Is lOd for one bottle or 10s for half-a-dozen, to Chamberlain Medlolne Co., Box 087, Sydney, and it will be eent post paid. r
News of the Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902
News of tlie Churches. Hiss Stella Porter has been appointed agent for the 'Watchman, in connection with the Rockdale Congregational Church. Messrs. Cordiner anil Lensk, who have recently arrived from Scotland to take up work for the PresViyterian Church of Australia, in N.S.W., will be ordained by the Presbytery of Sydney in Newtown Churcl>, on Tuesday evening. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Chalm.er's Church Literary and Debating Society was held on Friday night, the vice president, Mr. J. D. Smith, in the chair. Irish songs, readings, and recitations were rendered by the members. Miss McKechnie sang " Killarney," and responded to an encore with an IriBta Folk Song, which was feelingly rendered. Miss Lily Gardiner recited two selections, and created quite a furore by her manner of delivery. After a long programme, the meeting was closed at 10 o'clock, an amus ing evening having been spent. A resolution was carried to hold' the meetings weekly instead of fortnightly as bef...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902
"SEMPER which, literally EADEM " translated, means "ALWAYS p THE | . s&M.E." | THIci IS WHY THE LION brac5d I? OF CONFECTIONERY is so popular. 0 [defy all fo ap u limited ih ^^^ssls'afe 0FF1CE51 GlAR6NC£§ 6.Works? Kcnt St te)C3t^ miurinc Confectioner ONLY THE FINEST INGREDIENTS USED. IT IS THE GREATEST FAVOURITE WITH THE CHILDREN. MANUFACTURED ONLY BY James Stedman,146 c££je? st"
"ONE FOR THE CITY COUNCIL." [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902
" ONE FOE THE CITY COUNCIL." The decision of the City.Council to grant the use of the vestibule of the Town FTnll to those desirous of holding a meeting in lavor of Home Rule for Ireland, colls for immediate notice, nnd strong condemnation. It has long been a recognised rale that public buildings should only be granted for public and unsectarian purposes. More especially does this rule apply to the Town Hall of a city, this being especially the common property of its citizens. All classcs of the community have been taxed to pay for its erection, so that the principle of universal justice is contravened when it is used to the detriment or against the wishes of any portion of the people to whom it belongs, la this case, the majority of those opposed to Home Rule so largely outnumbers the ridiculous majority which favors it, that the scandal of handing over any portion of a public building to be used in opposition .to the principles of the larger number of the population becomes more o...
THE Watchman CIRCULATION 10,000. SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1902. PRIESTS AND TRAITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902
CIRCULATION 10,000. SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1902. PBIESTS AND TBAITOBS. The meeting at the Town Hall on Monday evening was conspicuous foe the underlying !'• note of disloyally to the Empire which it struck, as well as for the absence of any reason why it should have been held at all. It is so . long since the loud-voiced friends of Ireland had any cause of complaint against their rulers, that the speakers were forced to delve far back into comparatively ancient history to discovnr anything upon which the vials of their wrath could be poured. So anxious have past Go vernments of Great Britain shown themselves to remedy any evil under which Ireland has been supposed to suffer, that to-day the Statute Book proves it to be in possession of greater ; freedom and more liberal laws than any other portion of the United Kingdom. No where is the peasant better protected in his holding, and no where is the title of the landlord to his land less secure. Tenants can force their farms j into the Arbi...
AUSTRALIAN PROTESTANT DEFENCE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902
AUSTRALIAN PROTESTANT DEFENCE ASSOCIATION. Branches duly numbered according to date formation— 1. Scots Church (central). ?. Waverley. i 3. Chippendale. • 4. Lower Botany. 5. Leichbardt. ' '• • C. Newtown. , 7. Balmain. ' '■ . ' 8. Dnlwicb Hill. • tr -" 9. Picton. ; -. : - 10. Newcastle. • 11. Parratnatta. •. >■. . ... 12. Asbfield. * • 1 .. ■ •. 18. Granville. v- ' . 14. Annandale. ' Ji. 4A. Clu'Iiam,- Gen. Secretary;
Obiter Dicta. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902
Obiter Dicta. On a recent Tuesday night Mr. Qolman, M.L.A., at a meeting of the Sydney Anti-War League, gave another exhibition of his bitter ness and intense prejudice towards England. His audience numbered 38, the majority being women,, while the men presumably -were foreigners. Mr. Von Flagon was elected chairman. - He announced the resignation of Professor Wood from the Presidency of the League.. He would like someone to move a resolution affirming the attitude of the Council in accepting the resignation. An individual, with a strong Teutonic accent, which rendered his remarks almost unintel ligible, mftved a resolution endorsing the action of the Council. A tall, bearded individual, in seconding the motion, said that people would now "spit in the face of the statue of Dalley," the first man I who sent soldiers to take part in the wars of | Great Britain. Ho continued l>y saying if a ! hair of the head of Professor Wood was hurt by the authorities that the people would rise a...
Editorial. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902
Editorial. We are sorry to say that owing to pressure od our space we are compelled to hold over Agri cultural Notes, Woman's Column, Household Recipes, Choir Gallery, Literary Notes, Loudon Notes, etc., etc., and other especially interest" ing matter that all help to buiid up the many popular features of the Waxchxak, which pours forth weekly a wealth of brilliant attractions that undoubtedly brings unalloyed pleasure alike to the city dweller and the toiler in the bush.
Orange Lodge Social. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902
Orange Lodge Social. Last Friday the No. 2 L.O.Ik Lodge of Freedom celebrated its twelfth Anniversary by a Grand Social, held iu the Camperdown Town I Hall. The attendance was very large, so the | social may be written down as highly successful. The decorations consisted of orange satins, red, white, blue, art muslins, and some fine pot plants. The Masters of Ceremonies were Mr. Scott Campbell and Mr. W. Kudd. These gentlemen, with Mr. T. A. Culbert, W.M., and Mr. S. Evans, were attentive to everyone. During the evening different items were given, Mr. Scott Campbell's dramatic recitation being highly appreciated. Messrs Austin and Allen, double song and dance artists, were well applauded. Miss Watson deserved praise for the pretty way she rendered " ^Vhisper my name to Nell." Tea, coffee, and other light refreshments (attended to by a number of ladies, beaded by Mrs. Stewart) were banded round the room. The arrangements for danc ing were perfect, Boxall's string baud being in attend...
Correspondence. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the views of our correspondents.) BARTON AND THE POPE. (To the Editor of "The Watchman.") [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902
Correspondence. Wc do not hold oursclve* retpaneible /or the views of our correspondents.) ' BARTON AND THE POPE. (To the Editor of " The Watchman.") Dear Sir,—In common with thousands of other Protestants I was (to put it mildly) sur prised this morning when I read the following cable in my " Daily Telegraph: "—" The Pope has given an audience to Mr. Barton." Here we have one more instance of the Barton Gov ernment pandering to the B.C. party. Your readers mil remember that Mr. Barton and Cardinal Moran were (before they left our ! shores) so much together that a "Victorian legis-. lator remarked, u that if Mr. Barton took orders from Cardinal Moran it was time he was re moved from office." Knowing as we do that j the Cardinal is in Borne at present, we can ; easily see there was a tacit understandiug be- I tween the two before they left. The agreement would in all probability be to this effect:— " I (Moran) will tell my flock to stick to you," and " you (Barton) will come to Borne...
Notice. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902
Notice. We are sorry to announce that owing to extreme pressure on our space, owing to an unexpected invasion of ads., we are reluctantly compelled to hold over " Stories from tbe Past," until next issue. We confidently assure our vast circlo of readers that these brilliant word* pictures of the "good old times," written by one of tbe ablest pens in the Commonwealth, will be resumed next week.
Coronation Services. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902
Coronation Services. Arrangements have now. been made by the representatives of the Protestant (non-episcopal) churches in this JStlUo, to bold a united religi ous service of a National character in the Town Hall, on Coronation Day, Thursday, 26th June at 9.45 a.m. His Excellency, the Governor, has intlmited his intention to be present, and invitations have been given to His Excellency the Admiral, the Lieutenant Governor, the Officer commanding Millitary Forces, and other naval and military Beprasen tatives, the Premier and State Ministry, the Judges, the President and Speaker and Members of the State Parliament, the Chancel lor and Senate and Professors of the University, His Worship the Mayor and AldermaD of the city, and other high functionaries of this State. The committee hope the attendance will be large, befitting an occasion of such historic importance.
Protestant Alliance Friendly Society of Australasia. GRAND COUNCIL OF NEW SOUTH WALES. PIONEER LODGE, No. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902
Protestant Alliance Friendly Society of Australasia. " GRAND COUNCIL OF NEW SOUTH ■WALES. Pionxer Lodge, No. 1. • Under tuo auspices oi tue above .Lodge tlien* brother, Rev. T. J. Curtis, will conduct a spe cial religious service and preacli n sermon, in the interests of the order, at St. Luke's Presby terian Church, Regent-street, Redfern, on Sunday evening next, 22nd June, 1902, at 7 p.in. Being, in Redfern district, the first acknow ledgment from the pulpit of this important body, members should show their ai>preciation of such a glorious movement by attending themselves and inducing their Protestant friends to.attend. As members of the Grand Executive Council are bestowing their patro nage thereon, brethren should appear in regalia if practicable. Sankey's hymns will be used.
FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. DAIRY PRODUCE [Newspaper Article] — Watchman — 21 June 1902
\ FARM AND DAIRY PBODUCE. T) A TT?.V PffflTiTTrTK! • Pasteurised 1/6J, perlb. Factory, 1/5 to 1/0. ■ • • Dairy, 1/4. . : • Pastry,,1/2^:.' :->s V.-X' '• &lt;' ',J • Bacox—Sides: McLean's, /7i. Manning's /7£ s77f pcr'lb k '' Midges, /8, j8L' • :-: -• • [Flitches, /G, /7. - ;V V • ' • Shouldere,' /5,70.| ;* '• V,"1:'-"' - Cheese—N.S.W.,loaf,/8J- to /8JL. j>er lb. • • Mediumsize, /8 td'/Sf*'- ' ' «,/% «■' : ••• Tasmanian; /8. .. i Boos—Southern, il/8 1/81, per doz. ; '. / ■ Northern, 1/6, *1/7; t. : • r New laid, 1/9, 1/10. , : ♦ Cold Stored, 1/2, 1/4. Victorian, fn*h 1/4 Ctunc*« eggs, 1/4, • Adelaide, frodi 1/4. Preserved, 1/1,1/2. i ' :/ ; r.«Rti—Bladder,/8J jQ. ' ' . Bulk tins, /8, ,/S|. ; . Haw—Scarce. N.H.W. /l0, /10i, perlb. lightweights /ll. per lb.' ~ "' X.Z. (bonded) /10. Poultry—Fowls : Hens, 2/3, J/9 ; prime 3/-, iJ/ii „ Boosters, 2/6, 3/-; prime, 4/-, 5/6. Ducks 2/3, 3/-, prime 4/-, 5/0. Geese, 4/-, 5/r. Turkey hens, 3/-, .3/6, prime 5/-, C/-. „ cocks, 0/- 8/-...