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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 March 1896

»Jt||-vf^mt*^llftL(L?l''^i.ll'l':^!'ll*-1I ''' ~- '''jj*'^''^'' *(V«»' * J «§»* + [ J Dp. Waugh ia a friend of our raco, ? ^ Over rnoat others he holds pride of plaoe, | t Caterers bless him while pastry they mako, i J Triumphs of art by his aid \h their cake. ' ^ Our best efforts without, aro ever but poor. \ S Richness and lightness his powders insuro. - J Waugh'B Baking Powder is really sublime. » J Ask lor none other ; it would be a crime. \ S Underline Waugh'B when orders you send ; , * Grocers must know he is their best i'riond. * J Happy the wife who uses Waugh'a powder. J t She praises it constantly louder and louder. ^ * Bright maids it does enamour ; » J All good housewivos for it olamour; J ^ Kitohen men for it aro looking ; J * Infallible powder used in cocking. * J Not a ship, but should have in its galley, * ^ Gratefully around it the cooks all rally. J t Powder liko it is a heavenly boon * * Of a truth little less than the rising moon. * J Waugh's Baking Powder 'tis c...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CATHOLIC NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 March 1896

CATHOLIC NEWS. . ? A. ? (From Contemporaries.) The fourteenth Italian Catholic Congress will be held at Eiesole. The next Consistory will, it is expected, take place in June. The Voce della Verita has published a retractation from Vincenzo Q-uerriero, who acknowledges his errors in having, although a priest, for many years abandoned GJ-od and his sacred calling. He implores pardon for the scandal given by his conduct. Father Antrobus, Superior of the London Oratory, was, prior to entering Holy Orders, in the diplomatic service, and served in Paris, St. Petersburgh, Constantinople, and Wash ington. He is an accomplished linguist. Sir Edmund Antrobus is his brother. The widow of the late German leader, Dr. Windthorst, although nearly ninety years of age, is in excellent health, and still reads her prayer-book without spectacles. She spends much of her time in knitting stockings for orphans. The new Papal Encyclical, dealing with ' the return of the English races lo Catholic ism,' is s...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 March 1896

STEWART DAWSON & CO.'S GREAT EMPORIUM, THE COLOSSAL & ARTISTIC SHOW OF AUSTRALIA. Universally Renown d as the Great ENGLISH CASH TRADING FIRM. IN FULL SWING UNDER THE FREETRADE BANNER OF NEW SOUTH WALES. ' Cash is the life, the crown of trade, for all that's good, for all that's made. Then, buy for cash, all who would share cheapest and best for look and wear. Its voice is loudest 'midst the throng' ; its music grandest in the song ; its banner highest up the hill; its motto 'Upward, onward still.'' The Comprehensive character, the Elegance, Variety, and Extent of Our Stocks of PINE GOLD JEWELLERY, DIAMONDS, SILVERWARE, and SPECIALTIES have never been approached. Our Establishment is a Complete Constellation of Brilliancy, and a Panorama o Artistic Show. PRICES SAVING TO EVERY PURCHASER FROM SIX TO EIGHT SHILLINGS IN THE POUND. Watches at Freetrade Prices. Our Own Make, of World-wide Repute, Kno-lish throughout, Silver, £2 10.?., £3, and .£3 10s., Ladies and Gents. O...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Hypocrite's Whine [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 March 1896

A Hypocrite's ?Whinfi- ' Many complained very bitterly,and with reason , of the example set by the Roman Catholic Church in these matters.' This is a complaint of 'Holy Willie,' put forward by the Committee of the Presbyterian Assembly with regard to the permission accorded by the Catholic Church for innocent pastimes on Sunday. Our Presbyterian friends, on the other hand, would impose upon the community, by the strong hand of the law, if possible, the horrible hypocrisy of a Scotch Sabbath. Let those who would know what such a religion is, when it has things all its own way, turn to tho history of the Interregnum in Scotland. Stricter Presbyterianism and more revolting immorality they will find nowhere. The innocent enjoy ments, meantime, sanctioned by the Catholic Church are in perfect harmony with the sanctity of the day. And, in fact, the sanctification of the first day of the week takes its sanction from the tradition and authority of the Church. Holy Scripture is silent with r...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. A MISSION FOR THE ITALIANS. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 March 1896

CORRESPONDENCE. A MISSION FOR THE ITALIANS. (TO THE EDTTOKi OV THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) but, — in some of the Jate issues ot The Catholic Press I read with no small amount of surprise statements to the effect that u largo proportion of our Catholic people are practically beyond the reach of the Church's influence, and to all intents and purposes little or perhaps no better oil:' than thoso who are without her pule. Twenty-five, per cent., as quoted by ' Senex Sacerdos,' whoso authority wo can scarcely impugn, is a somewhat startling figure. My own personal know ledge, however, of the neglect to practico their religion, perhaps not altogether culpablo on their ? part, by the Italian members of tho Catholic com munity, urges mo to acquiesce in tho opinion of him whose nom-dc-plume is suggestive of the zealoiiB and heroic old ' pioneer.' If momory bo not at fault, the number of representative Italians who quite recently greeted the advent to Sydney of one of their own princes was recorded ...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIOCESAN NEWS. ARCHDIOCESE OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 March 1896

DIOCESAN NEWS. ? A. ? . AECHD1OCESE OF SYDNEY. Clerical Changes. — During the week His Eminence made the following changes among the priests: — Father Conway has been trans ferred from St. Francis' to the position of parish priest of Concord ; Father McDonald, from .Kiama to St. Francis' ; Father Barlow, from Bulli to Kiama ; Father Dunne, from Balmain to Bulli : Father Hanrahan, from .Richmond to Balmain ; Father M. O'Brien, from Windsor to Eichmond ; Father King, from Concord to 'Windsor. Father Cregan returns from G-rafton, where he has been doing temporary duty, to Sydney this week. On his arrival he will be attached to St. Mary's Cathedral. The following circular has been issued by the Cardinal- Archbishop ; — ' St. Mary's Cathedral, ' March 9, 1896. ' Very Eeyerend and Dear Sir, — As it has pleased many of our citizens to take a special interest in the approaching celebration of St. Patrick's Festival, I would ask you and your worthy parishioners to co-operate with them, as fa...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ST. PATRICK'S NIGHT CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 March 1896

ST. PATRICK'S NIGHT CONCERT. The Irish national concert on Tuesday next promises to be really of first-class merit, and will attract immense crowds to the Town Hall. Mr. Delaiiy lias secured the services of the best artists available, and we may look forward to hearing Irish music rendered as it ought to be. It is to be hoped that everything may be in perfect order that night, and that no one will in any way mar the pleasure of the evening by any misconduct. Last St. Patrick's night, it will be remembered, things were not as pleasant as they might have been, and the enjoyment of the concert was greatly marred by the mis conduct of some of the audience,

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ERUDITION OF THE REV. GEORGE MacINNES. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 March 1896

THE EBUDITIOW OF THE REV. GEORGE MacINNES. (TO THIS .lf3DlTO.lt OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) Sir, — Tho Rev. George Mnclnnes has beou feeding his flock of late at the Cardinal's expense. His theology, which, to his own seeming at loast, 'hath a stomach in it,' ho seasons with a certain humour; and if we might expross an opinion, evon the youngest lamb relished the delicious but unwholesome pasture. The ex-Moderator attacks Cioineut and tho Vulgate, Firstly, wo might diroct tho speaker's attention to the sliding foundation on which ho stands. Ho attacks the Vulgate ; ho would assuredly with equal vehemence defend King James' Bible, or the now and revised edition, of 1881. Iu this latter oaso does Mr, MuoIuhob sum up the evidence for his audience of jurors, or do these latter with a passive infallibility follow their leader, in whom alone the Holy Spirit works ? The second alternative is opposed to the right of private judgment ; and the audience passing sentence that the English Protestan...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 March 1896

ESTABLISHED 1848. F.CUNNm-SHAf1E&Co. MANUFACTURING STATIONERS, JlGGOUNUT BOOI^ MANUFACTURERS LITHOGRAPHIC & LETTERPRESS PRINTERS, £av\? ^ Qommercial Stationers 146 PITT STREET, TELEPHONE 1366. ^YDWETT.

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MOUNT CARMEL. The Movement for a Catholic Newspaper Warmly Supported. A Large Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 March 1896

MOUNT CARMEL. The Movement for a Catholic Newspaper Warmly Supported. A Large Meeting. The large hall in this parish was densely packed on Wednesday evening, the 4th inst., to listen to the Rev. Father Bunbury, who had been announced for a lecture in connection with the movement to extend the influence of The Catholic Press. Mr. Dacey, ML. A., occupied the chair, and there were present Kev. J. Collins. P.P., Rev. T. Briody, Rev. G. M. %a-i, Eev. J. Martin, Rev. J. J. O'Driscoll, Mr. A. C. Burke (manager of The Catholic Press), MY. Burke, Mr. Flynn, Mr Madden, etc. Mr. Dacey, in introducing the lecturer, made a most effective speech in support of a Catholic paper, declaring that many of the newspapers read, even by our boys and girls, wore a menace, not only to religion and morality, but even to the possibility of civilised life. He asked the parents present to never neglect bringing weekly The Catholic Press into their homes. Father Bunbury said that it gave him great pleasure to ad...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
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NOTES AND COMMENTS. A Doctor's Revelations. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 March 1896

NOTES AND COMMENTS. ? ^. ? . ? A Doctor's Revelations. resulted in a few startling and unexpected ; revelations made by Dr. Kearney, and in the enunciation by the same gentleman of some very important and very wide principles. The revelations are: ist. That Mr. Glad stone is the 'G.O.M. of British politics, ,j and the veteran authority on the Homeric j question' ; 2nd. That Mr. Balfour 'is the ?-l brilliant young leader of the Conservative Party and the learned author of ' Philosophic Doubt''; 3rd. That Dr. Kearney himself is 'more Catholic than the Church.' Though the doctor has not succeeded in changing the programme of the day's celebration, yet he must feel that internal happiness that spon taneously arises in the breast when one has nobly and generously benefitted one's fellow men. Years of weary study and patient investigation might not reveal to the people of this colony those interesting facts that he imparted to them so clearly and briefly I without hope of fee or reward. N...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A NEW DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 March 1896

A NEW DEBATING SOCIETY. It is our pleasing duty to chronicle the for mation of a debating society in connection with St. Vincent's Church, lied fern. The .Rev. Fathor OMiegan has been elected patron of the new institution, and M.r. M. Hoylo occupies the position of president. Messrs. Burns, Collins, and Coatos are taking an active part in advancing the interests of the club. Its membership jiow totals sixty, amongst which number are included many old members of similar societies, who will bo ablo to give the newly- formed body the benefit of I/heir experiences elsewhere. It is intended to make the club-room very attractive for the winter months, and to promote the best possible feeling amongst the members. It has been decided to introduce gymnastics, games, etc., into the ordinary routine. Every youth in .lied fern over fourteon years of ago should become a member of the club, a.s the subscnp- ; tion i.s within the reach of all. Any com- \ muuicatioMH addressed to the hon. secretary...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR CATHOLIC INSTITUTIONS. NO. II. ST. IGNATIUS' COLLEGE, RIVERVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 March 1896

OUR CATHOLIC INSTITU TIONS. No. II. ST. IGNATIUS' COLLEGE, RIVBRVIEW. At a distance of some four miles, or, measured by time and bout, of about half- an -hour from Sydney, stands the Jesuit College of St. Ignatius Its site is the summit of a promon tory some 200 feet in height, formed by two bays on the left side of the Lane Cove lliver, from some distance up and down whose stream it presents a striking appearance. The por tion of the building, nevertheless, so far erected, comprises only about the fourth part of what the whole will be when completed. Then it will be hard to find anywhere a build ing of the kind finer or more imposing. The glories of the future, however, may be left for those who are destined to enjoy them. At Riverview, the provision made for the present has enough to interest and attract. Approaching the College from Sydney, the attention of the visitor is first caught at the water's edge by the boatshed of the senior students, an edifice made famous, further away...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 March 1896

& 1 1 5=3, t t*^% 1 1 PI f~l 1\/Ti 1 ti 1 £1 1 'Pf'O\7iHI f^Tl t' Snr*1Pt\7 Is the Oldest and Most Prosperous Life Assur J-\ Ul^LIdlldll 1VJ.U1LL4.C11 JT~J UVIU C: II L QUV^lt:L.y ANCB SocIBTY 1N THE Australasian Colonies. INVESTED FUNDS, TWELVE AND A HALF MILLIONS STEELING-. - - ANNUAL INCOME EXCEEDS TWO MILLIONS. The Australian Mutual Provident Society is the Only Australasian Life Office which Declares A BONUS EVERY YEAR Amount divided for 1894 (after making unusually large reserves) was ^6428,021. Directors: The Hon. SIR J. P. ABBOTT, K.C.M.G.,M.L.A., Chairman; J. R. HILL, Esq., Deputy-Chairman; JOSEPH ABBOTT, Esq. ; A.W.MEEKS, Esq., J.P.; THOMAS LITTLE.TOHN, Esq. ; J. T. WALKER, Esq. ; and ROBERT J. KING, Esq. General Manager and Actuary— RICHARD TEECE, F.IA., F.F.A., F.S.S. Head Office, 87 Pitt Street, Sydney. ROBERT. B. CAMERON, Secretary. FINN BROTHERS, EDUCATIONAL AND CATHOLIC BOOKSELLERS, MERCANTILE AND GENERAL PRINTERS. SCHOOL BOOKS and STATIONERY. Printed to Orde...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 March 1896

? m 8 Telephone 103G. | WILLIAM BUTTEL, j WHOLESALE AND liETAIL I Shipping and Family Butcher, | 164. PITT -STREET, SYDNEY. j PuLveyor to His Excellency the Governor i and the Jewish Community. Supplier to the Messageries, A.U.S.N. Co., Orient, and Tynor Lines.

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THE QUARANT ORE AT WOOLLAHRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 March 1896

THE QUARANT ORE AT WOOLLAHRA. At the Church of the Franciscan Fathers, St. Joseph's, Woollahra, the devotion of the Quarant Ore took place this week, commencing on Sunday and terminating j on Tuesday. On Sunday High Mass was celebrated (, at eleven, the Very Rev. Father Slattery acting as | celebrant, the Rev. Father Lawler as deacon, the i Eev. Father Fitzgerald as sub-deacon, and the Rev. ) .';?? Father Gaynor as master of ceremonies. A procession U or the .blessed bacrament was formed or the girls of the Catholic schools and the, Children of Mary, and, headed by a cross-bearer and acolytes with lighted tapers, passed round the nave, some of the little girls casting flowers before the Most Holy, which was borne under a richly embroidered canopy of white satin. The altar had been adorned for the occasion by Father Gaynor, assisted by the ladies of the Altar Society. It, was rich in choice foliage and flowers and handsome candelabra bearing innumerable lights. Above the tabernacle a...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 March 1896

COMMERCIAL. ? + ? 'Wednesday. Trade generally has been dull this week. Yester day two meetings of creditors were held, and as a number of Sydney firms are interested this may in some degree account for restriction in business. At the tea sales yesterday the prices generally were low. There is a good business to report in bran bags, and woolpacks were in great demand. For the week ending March 10, 59S ions of wheat were received by rail, and 130 tons of flour.

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THE PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 March 1896

THE PRODUCE MARKETS. Business during the week has been uneven, but a general quietness prevails at present. Prime maize sold at from 3s. to 3s. Id. New Zealand oats are quoted at 2s. Id. and English barley at 2s. lOd. per bushel. Chickwheat is selling at 3s. lOd. New flour is quoted at ,£10 5s., and Californian at £$ to £9 10s. per ton. Local wheat is nominally 4s. 5d. Bran and '.'pollard are selling at Sd. per bushel. The following are quotations : — Hay.— Local oaten, in bundles : Prim 3, JM- 15s. to £5 5s. j medium, £[- 5s. to £i- 10s. per ton. Straw. — Local : Dull. Derrick-pressed, £2 15s. to o83 ; Tasmanian and New Zealand, £2 15s. Local : Bundled, £2 15s. to .£3 ; extra prime, £3 10s. per ton. Chaff. — Plentiful. Better demand. Adelaide, JM- 15s., prime d85 5 Tasmanian, primest, £4- 10s. to £[? 12a. Gel. ;? oil' quality, from ,£3 15s. upwards; Victorian, -£! 10s., prime green £4- 15s. ; New Zealand, prime, £'!- 5s. to £4 7s. 6d., extra prime £t- 10s. Local: Prime, £h 15s. ; e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 March 1896

FB E D. W. P A R S 0 N S, Auction oor and Estato Agent. [Established 1880.] PROPERTIES BOUGHT AND SOLD, HOUSES LET, ESTATES MANAGED, VALUATIONS MADE FOB PROBATE and LAND AND INCOME TAX. ? Accounts rendered Monthly. A'lCTORIA CHAMBERS, U CUsTLi^iucm-STRwr, Opposito Australia Hotel,

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WEDDING AT NEWTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 March 1896

WEDDING AT NEWTOWN. . ? ,*. ? A vert pretty wedding was celebrated at St. Joseph's Church, Newtown, on Wednesday, February 26, when Mr. F. T. Coogan, third son of Mr. D. J. Coogan, of Sydney, was united to Miss Harriett (Ilettie) Hall, daughter of Mr. J. Hall, King-street, .Newtown. The church was beautifully decorated for the occasion, and long before the ceremony large crowdi of friends and admirers wended their way thither. The ceremony was impressively performed by the Hov. Father Battle. The bride (who was attired in a travel ling dress of fawn cashmere, with white silk lace and bead trimmings, with hat to match) being given away by her father. Mr. J. Hall j and Mr. F. J. Coogan officiated as groomsmen, while the bride was attended by Miss Mary Coogan and Miss Nellie Camper as bridesmaids. There were also present at the ceremony Mrs. Hall (mother of the bride), Mrs. Monty Browne (aunt), Mrs. Castle and Mrs. McKisson (sisters of the bride) and Mrs. Thompson. After the ceremony t...

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