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CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 November 1895

CATHOLIC. Tl if. Lordship the Eight .Rev. Dr. Delaney, Coadjutor Bishop of Plobart, is in Sydney. The Tlenary Council of Australia will open en '? n'urday, November 16th. There will be a public pession at St. Mary's on Sunday, 17th iiH., when the ceremonies and music will be of an exceptionally imposing character. As may bo seen in our advertising columns, il.( M.siers of St. Joseph's Providence, (Sydney, i iv 1 olding a concert at the federation Hall, i it Wednesday evening next, to raise funds for l,o orphanages under their care. They are ('(ccrving of the warm support of the com munity, and we trust that there will be a cr- wded house on Wednesday night. The fancy fair at Parramatta is being ex tremely successful. This is at it should be, as Mere is none more deserving of support in Australia than the self-sacrificing Sisters of Mercy. On last Thursday Bis Eminence the Cardinal attended at St. Patrick's to administer the pacramtnt of Confirmation. On Monchry last he paid a visit ...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 November 1895

WAR. Fcnt over half a century it has been continually dinned into the ears of men, by a wilderness of: review.1?, periodicals, magazines, daily prints, yellow-buck novels, globe-fcrolting lecturers, nnd all the other manifold agencies of publish ing and advertising self-sufficient imbecility, that we were about entering on. an era or greatness and progress when an enlightened public opinion, the peculiar offspring oi: infidel philosophy, would regulate the public affairs of the world ; would settle international difficul ties ; and. would guarantee the blessings of peace and happiness. In fact there would be no international difficulties to settle, for there would be no stupid national barriers, but all would belong to the great human family, joined in closest brotherhood, and participating in the same delicious joys of doubt, skepticism and unbelief. Of late, however, facts do not seem to warrant us in expecting the near advent of the happy consummation. Humours of war are floating...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 November 1895

To the Catholics of New South Wales we give to-day the first number of the Catholic Press. For our existence we have no apology to offer, nor do we deem it necessary to employ any subtlety of argument or depth of reasoning to convince the Catholics of this Colony that 111 Cue l& ciuuuucu.iuc ui vvuiiv iui us CO CIO ? 3. noble mission for us to fulfil. By men of ?eminent position, of world- wide reputation, ?of great mind and of exalted character, the -claims of Catholic journalism have been long ago placed beyond cavil or doubt. In the great Catholic congresses that for years past have been so frequently and so successfully ?held in Europe they have been again and .again advocated by laymen, as well as by priests and bishops, whose learning and scien tific and literary attainments were as brilliant as their faith was intense, and their spirit of enlightened piety sincere and profound. The leaders of Catholic thought in the great Re public of the West, Cardinal Gibbons and Ar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 November 1895

'THE CATHOLIC PRESS.' RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year ? ? 12s. „ (in advance) ... ... 10s. Half Year ? 6s. „ (in advance) ... ... 5s. Single Copy ... ... ... ... 3d. ADVERTISEMENTS. All advertisements charged to account must bear the authorisation for insertion. The number of times they are to appear must be stated, otherwise they will be inserted till countermanded. No verbal com munication can be attended to. While every care is exercised, tho proprietors do not hold themselves responsible for non-insertion of advertisements, through accident or otherwise ; and they reserve to their selves the rig-lit of omitting advertisements received and paid for in the usual course of business if they appear to be objectionable. Notices of Births, Marriages, and Deaths cannot be inserted in this journal unless endorsed with the name and address of the person by whom they are sent. A. C. BURKE, Manager. 'THE CATHOLIC PEESS.' NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Letters intended for publication must be add...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 November 1895

CITY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED. HEAD OFFICE ? 95 PITT STREET. Directors : John See, Esq., M.P., Chairman. The Hon. John T. Toohey, M.L.C. J. P. Gar van, Esq. P. Hogan, Esq. John Donelan, Esq. P. Stanley, Esq., J.P. A CASH BONUS OF TEN PER CENT. IS PAID TO INSURERS EVERY YEAR. RATES ARE LOWEST. SETTLEMENT . PROMPT. CLAIMS PAID IN 17 YEARS EXCEED glgl,OQO. ROBERT KERR, Manager. TRANSACTS FIRE BUSINESS ONLY. J. LYNCH & CO., WHOLESALE WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANTS, COJANEK 01'' HARJllNGTON AND GllOSVBNOK S'l'S., CHURCH HILL, SYDNEY. ONLY Best Quality of Australian and Imported Wines, Irish and, Scotch Whiskies, Ales and Stout. Altai?, Wink a Speciality. JT. FALLON'S PUKE ALBUBY WINES.— 400 Mkdaj,s, ? including those from the Exhibitions of Amsterdam, Bor deaux, Vienna, Calcutta,, Philadelphia, London, etc., etc.— Mr, FalTjON positively guarantees Absolute Purity, and, for u healthy, nutritious beverage of a superior flavour, claims tlmt his product stands at the h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 November 1895

MOUNT ST. MARGARET, HYDE. Home for treatment of Ladies mentally affeoted. Under the Patronage of His Eminence the Cardinal and under Government supervision. Conducted by the Nursing §isters of the Little Company of Mary, who have undergone special training for this work iii British arid Continental Institutions. For further particulars apply to ? THE EEV. MOTHER SUPERIOR. GET YOUB BOOTS AND SHOES AT WEIGHT BROS., and you will find them CHEAPER AND BETTER THAN YOU CAN GET ANYWHERE ELSE. W.Bs.' Motto is :— Hicjukst Quaiutv, Lowust Pkices, Cash Only. And t.heir Address :— WEIGHT BROS., LtANUtfAOTUKEKS AND lMl'OHT.Bll.S, 859 GEORGE STREET, near Railway Biudohj 183 KING STREET, NEWTOWNj and 169 DEVONSHIRE STREET, SORRY HILLS, Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 November 1895

F-. R. LARKIN, IMPORTERS OF WINES, SPIRITS AND BEERS; 778 to 784 GEORGE STREET, HAYMARKET. IN order to f?ivo his customers ample time to prepare their orders for the coming Xmas spason, P. E. LAB. KIN takes an early opportunity of placing before the public successire pages of his recently published Special Price List, and will continue to do so at intervals between now and the Xmas season. The first he offers is a list of British and Colonial Ales and Stouts. Note the folJowincr linos and nrices .* — Foster's Ale, qts ? 27s. case 3 doz. Foster's Ale, pts ? 36s. case 6 doz. Bass's Ale, qts ? 40s. case 4 doz. Bass's Ale, pts ? ... 56s. case 8 doz. McEwan's, qts ? 37s. case 4 doz. Younger' s 'Monk' Brand, qts. ... 37s. case 4 doz. Tennant's 'New Brew,' pts ? 31s. case 4 doz. Tennant's ' New Brew,' pts ? 38s. case 7 doz. Jeffrey's, qts ? 29s. case 4 doz. Ind, Coope, qts ? 30s. case 4 doz. Allsopp's, qts, ? ? ? 32s. case 4 doz. Prestommn's 'New Brew.' nts. ... 29s. case 4 doz. __ Colonia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 November 1895

??- .,.«'*s'rs '' ' ''~* ? '''' ' 'T i i i i i i i i t i i » 0_4^&j»yr.fr_iU'_jar_Mr*rj&/y^*r_£r_iT_M or *r jm -v \ tr /r or e u u\ 5 *** j j Dr. Waugh is a friend of our race, - J Over most others he holds pride of place, \ \ Caterers bless him while pastry they ninko, \ J Triumphs of art by his aid is their cake. » | Our best efforts without, are ever but poor. J. t Richness and lightness his powders insure \ ti i J Waugh's Baking Powder is really sublime. * J Ask for none other ; it would be a came. | ^ Underline Waugh's when orders you send ; \ S Grocers must know he is their best friend. - J Happy the wife who uses Waugh's powder, J J She praises it constantly Louder and louder. $ * Bright maids it does enamour ; t J All good housewives for it Glamour; '' J J Kitchen men for it are looking ; J t Infallible powder used in ooeking. d J Not a ship, but should have in its galley, ^ J Gratefully around it the cooks all rally. J t Powder like it is a heavenly boon * *...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 November 1895

GENERAL NEWS. ? ^ ? A. R-EBETiTiTOTsr has broken out in China amongst the Maho mined an s in the north- westorn province of Kansu, and is becoming serious. The Mahomiuedans and the Chinese secret societies are co-operating, the object being to repel the Manchu dynasty from China. The rebels have destroyed the telegraph wires to prevent the mobilisation of the Chinese troops. At Pekin much alarm is felt and orders have been given for the dispatch of troops to quell the outbreak, under Ihe direction oli Li Hung Chang. IFubttiek outrages have taken place at Ergeroun, in Turkish Armenia. The Armenians attacked a Mosque at Diarbekar, in Asia Minor. Serious fighting took place, and 200 persons were killed. . District KioaiSTiuits. — The Lieutenant Governor with the advice of the Executive Council has revoked the power delegated to the Registrar- General in 1850 to appoint district and assistant district registrars. All appoint ments of this nature will in future be vested in the Governor....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 November 1895

INT. COLLINS, SOLICITOR, STEPHEN COURT, ;81 ELIZABETH STREET (4 DOORS FROM KING STREET), SYDNEY.

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BERTHA; OR, THE POPE AND THE EMPEROR AN HISTORICAL TALE. BY WILLIAM BERNARD MACCABE. CHAPTER I.—THE RECONTRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 November 1895

BERTHA; OR, THE POPE AND THE EMPEROR AN HISTORICAL TALE. BY WILLIAM BERNARD MACCABE. CHAPTER I.— THE RECONTRE. For a few moments the silvery tone of tink ling bells was heard, and the atmosphere around appeared to have been aroused from its peaceful stillness by the murmured accents of commingled prayers. The bells ceased — the words of prayer were heard no more, and the solemn silence, and me calm repose winch had before rested on the green banks, and the smooth waters of the small river Aschaff, descended upon them anew as the maiden Beatrice sank back upon the silken cushions on which she had pre viously been reclining, and again cast from her hands, from time to time, a wild flower, and watched it, as the little rippling waves floated it slowly, and seemingly sadly away from her sight. ' Lad}' ! — Beatrice ! dost thou not hear me ? The Ave-Maria bell of evening has rung ; and it is time that we returned to the castle. Wherefore dost thou so intently, and yet so idly, watch those...

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The Catholic Press. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 November 1895

%!}£ feijjolit Drrfis. With joyous hearts vre launch this argosy, Our journal, on the literary sea. 'Too many journalistic barques,' some say, 'Tack here and there upon the breezy bay.' We care not ; there is sea-room for us all ; We'll do and dare what hap soe'er befn.ll. We court fair peace and trust to sail along* Right joyously; but, should a stubborn wrong1 Impede our course, we've guns 'tween decks whose thunder And fire will split our enemy asunder. This may sound big', but yet the truth to tell Is always best. Besides, we know full well It would never do to come before the curtain With trembling knees, meek eyes, and bow uncertain. Success rewards -the daring, valiant man, And he can conquer who believes he can. Firmly we hold an honest faith that we Are dowered with auspicious destiny. God's Holy Church will be our first concern — The hinge on which our labours all Avill turn ; But brilliant thoughts and joyous mirth will ne'er Be scared from us by our more serious care. Sw...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 November 1895

IRELAND. ? «4» ? On Thursday, 26th of September, the Golden Jubilee of Our Lady's Mount, Harold's Cross, formerly the novitiate of the Irish Sisters of Charity, and now known as the world-famed Hospice for the Dying, was celebrated with imposing solemnity and great gladness at the institution. Most hallowed is that spot in its memories and associations, in the record of its great successes in the interests of humanity and religion. It is beyond doubt, at the present day, the grandest existing monument of fidelity, charity and progress of the most active spirit of zeal and religion that adorns any spot, even in Ireland, the land of Faith and generous self-sacrifice. The greatest blessing that can fall to the lot of the poor and the lowly is to die in this in comparabib institution, surrounded by every thing that art and religion can devise to alle viate suffering and to instil consoling hope. Very Rev. Canon Flicker was the celebrant of the High Mass on the occasion, and the sermon, ...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MANLY COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 November 1895

MANLY COLLEGE. The bishops of the Catholic Church have recognised that the times demand that aspirants to the priesthood should receive a wider and deeper education, in subjects not strictly ecclesiastical, and should be alTorded oppor tunities of a higher culture than wiih generally deemed sudicient in the past. The priest destined by the Almighty to be the.' salt of the earth,' the bulwark of morality, and the vigilant custodian of man's spiritual nature, must bring to tho fulfilment ol: his oxalfwl mission not n,lono unfeigned piety and c-aniewl; zeal, but the means of turning those to best account, a highly-disciplined and well-trained mind, with all his intellectual faculties fully developed. The Scriptures tell us Ihn.t Grod demands 'science from the lips of the priest,' and so do the people ; so that they are pai nod if they find one that ministers at the altar and preaches the sublime truths of Eternal Life, de void of that mental equipment and strength of character that wou...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Consecration of Bishop Henry. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 November 1895

, Consecration of Bishop Henry. St. Patrick's Church, Belfast, was on Sun day last the scene of an impressive ceremony, when the Right Rev. Henry Henry, D.D., was consecrated Bishop of Down and Connor in succession to the late Dr. McAlister. The consecrating prelate was His Eminence Car dinal Logue. 1 he assistant bishops were the Most Rev. Dr. Nulty, Bishop of Meath, and the Most Rev. Dr. McGivern, Bishop of Dromore There were also present the Most Rev. Dr. Doherty, Bishop of Derry ; the Most Rev. Dr. O'Donnell, Bishop of Raphoe; the Most Rev. Dr. McGinnis, Bishop of Kilmore; the Most Rev. Dr. Owens, Bishop of Clogher ; and the Most Rev. Dr. Hoare, Bishop of Ardagh. The splendid church, which was tastefully decorated for the occasion, was filled to overflowing. Fully 200 clergymen occupied seats outside the sanctuary rails, many of them coming from distant parts of Ireland. The remaining parts of the church were occupied by the laity of Belfast, of which there was a most representa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 November 1895

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ST. FRANCIS'S CHURCH SCHOOL, PADDINGTON. THE MEMORIAL STONE LAID BY CARDINAL MORAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 November 1895

ST. FRANCIS'S CHURCH SCHOOL, PADDINGTON. THE MEMORIAL STONE LAID BY CARDINAL MORAN. On Sunday afternoon Cardinal Moran laid the memorial stone of a new school in connection with the Church of St. Francis of Assisi, Paddington. The day was a rather unpropitious one for such a ceremony, but in spite of the rain there was a large gathering of the public. After the stone had been blessed and laid, the company repaired to the Church, where the Cardinal delivered an address. His Eminence said he proposed that day to sketch some of the prominent features of the Catholic Church, which, through the successor of St. Peter, now invited the various heretical communions to return to the one fold. He desired to present the Church to their non-Catholic fellow-citizens, not as she was travestied by those who assailed her, but as she realty was, radiant with the light and comeliness with which she had been endowed by their blessed Lord. Too many of those outside the fold were the victims of prejudic...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ST. FRANCIS'S SCHOOL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 November 1895

ST. FRANCIS'S SCHOOL PICNIC. This picnic was most successfully held on last Wednesday at ' Clifton Gardens.' It was a real children's picnic. There was no band, or dancing, or anything that might attract the larrikin element of Sydney to mar, by their wretched presence, the pleasure and happiness or trie day s enjoyment. An active committee attended to the amusement of the children, and racing and other games were freely indulged in. Eev. leathers Con way, Callender, Malone, O'Driscoll, Furlong, J. M. O'Eeilly, and Buiibury were present on the grounds. After a really enjoyable day, in which there was no regrettable incident, tired with fun, the children reached Circular Quay about 5 o'clock in the afternoon.

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SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 November 1895

SOCIAL. At St. Mary's Cathedral on Tuesday, 29th October, by the Eev. Father Carroll, Mr. George Crisp, youngest son of: the late Amos Crisp, ofc' Iunenbrian, Monaro, was married to Miss Ida Alpen, eldest daughter of Herr Hugo AJpen. Mr. Herbert Milford accompanied the bridegroom as best man, and the bride, who was given away by her father, was attended by live bridesmaids. The bride was attired in a trained gown of ivory satin duchesse richly trimmed with Mechlin lace, a coronet of orange blossoms, and tulle veil ; the becoming toilette completed by a shower bouquet of roses, lilies, and carnations, the gift of the bridegroom. The bridesmaids were Miss Aileen Alpen (sister of the bride), Miss Crisp (sister of the bridegroom), Miss Brown (cousin of the bride), and little BertaAlnen (the bride's baby sister). This little maid, in a dainty dress of pink silk, and carrying a crook decorated with lovely white (lowers, was a charming element .in the bridal group. The other four maidens w...

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A SUCCESSFUL PIANIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 November 1895

A SUCCESSFUL PIAN I ST. - ? ?&- ? — By cable last week we noticed the name o' Miss Alicia Mary Nolan, pupil of Mr. J. A. Delany, as one of the successful candidates in the recent musical examination, senior division, pianoforte performance, Trinity College, London. A large number of can didates presented themselves in this division, and only three were success! ul, which makes her success all the more creditable. This is'. the fifth, time in which this talented young pianist — who, by the way, has just attained her seventeenth year — has presented herself for examination, and on each occasion was not only successful, but distinguished herself by winning honours each time. Miss Nolan hails from the .Emerald Isle, and is third daughter of the late Michael Nolan, whose name was a household word in the Golden Vale. Through landlord oppression he left his home in County Limerick some ten years ago, and came to Sydney with his family. We congratulate Miss Nolan, on her every succe...

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