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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 March 1896

i ? L I T-AD HABITS Are'very easily contracted, but very hard to get rid of. Folk get into the way of doing a certain thing, and they cannot break themselves off it. For instance, there's the BOOT AND SHOE BAD HABIT. Many single young fellows, with a steady income and no responsibilities, are very much addicted to it. Whenever they want a pair of Boots they stroll into a big, down-town, plate-glass I establishment, and cheerfully pay a guinea for a pair of Boots that they could get at MARK FOY'S for FIFTEEN SHILLINGS. A CHANGE FOR THE BETTER. But when they have settled down, and there are three or four pairs of little feet to be shod, they drop ali such bad habits through the influence of their good little wives. Then they learn the meaning of MARK FOY VALUES, And begin to figure out how much they would have been in pocket if they had started early at FOY'S. i MARK FOY holds one of the largest stocks of the best makes of European and American Boots and Shoes in Australia. And his PR...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 March 1896

TRY S. WHIDDON'S, 178 PITT STREET, FOR CHEAPEST BOOTS IN SYDNEY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 March 1896

'?— ? — ????« — — — — -— ^ ^ ^^ JJ__ .__ . | M|| |lmi-IWT--f--iait L ^ , ? ^ A. H. BARCLAY, Mining; Agent (Member of the N.S.W. Stock Exchange ; Member of the Coolgardie Stock Exchange), offices : 19 POST OFFICE CHAMBERS, PITT STREET, SYDNEY, N.S.W. BAYLEY STREET, COOLGARDIE, W.A. Mining and- Financial Companies Floated and Managed. Every Description of Mining Machinery supplied and erected on claims for an i nterost in same. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XX XXX XXX y X YYYYY YY YYY Y Y Y YY Y Y XXXX XXXXXX XX XX 11 HORDERNS' 11 11 IN PITT-STREET. g XX ————— XX If AUTUMN MILLINERY. g ?V'V ? 'V'V .A A. ————— .A.A. XX Speoial ? attention is called to the following list t— XX XX AN IMMENSE DISPLAY OF XX XX TRIMMED MILLINERY NOW ON VIEW. XX YY _— _ YY YY No. 1.— A large picturesque Hat of black yelvet, YY ?*?-'? made with a bell crown ; the band of black A-i- XX satin which surrounds the crown is fastened XX XX with an effective ornament in steel and XX YY diamonds, while at the bxck there are ...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ST. MARY'S CATHEDRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 March 1896

ST. MARY'S CATHEDRAL. ? + ? On Sunday the Cardinal-Archbishop delivered the fourth of his lectures on the Passion of our Divine Lord. In the fourth stage of His passion our Divine Eedeemer received His sentence at the tribunal of Pontius Pilate, and, taking on His shoulders the Sacred Cross, wended His way along the dolorous path to Calvary. The Saviour had been led before the tribunal still arrayed in the crown of thorns, wearing the mock robe of royalty, and holding the reed of disgrace. It was the day of which the Canticle sings — ' 0, Daughter of Jerusa lem, go forth and see thy King crowned with a diadem.' It was the day of the Saviour's suffering, the day on which He had purchased his holy Church, arrayed in the robe of His spiritual espousals. It was a day of rejoicing, for by His suffering He was perfecting the work of redemption. But what was the cry of the Jews ? ' We have no king but Caesar.' 0, chosen people of G-od, was it not for you that the yoke of bondage was broken...

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 March 1896

MINING. . ? ?*? ? ^ ? The total export of gold from West Australia for February was 18,022oz., valued at .£68, l(M. The export from the Mount Morgan mine alone for the same period was 12,0500/,., valued at .£50,600. The market value of Mount Morgan is ,£3,000,000 ; that 'of West Australia mines at least .£30,000,000. There is a contrariness about these figures (says a contem porary) which ^ seems repugnant to commercial considerations, if not to common senso.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 March 1896

CORRESPONDENCE. I We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by oui correspondents.]

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A NICE QUESTION. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 March 1896

A NICE QUESTION. (to the editor of tub catholic imjess.) Sib,— As you do not hold yourself responsible for the opinions of your correspondents, perhaps you will find space in your paper for these lines. I wish to ascertain, if possible, the opinion of others more experienced than myself upon the advantage of short, as compared with long, sermons of tho usual half or threy- quarters of an hour's length now in vogue. I do not, of course, call into question tho special demands of great occasions and great preachers. I state my opinion, and shall be glad to know if it be right or wrong. I believe, then, that the ordinary priest preaching to his ordinary congregation on Sundays at Mass should on no account go beyond twenty minutes, with an aiiowanco or nve minutes exrra ior puuiisn ing notices. Here, thank God, we have not to com plain with outsiders of having to preach to empty benches. Our churches are mostly too small for our congregations. The atmosphere in them all the year round is...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 March 1896

FRE3ETRADE. Lowest dasli Prices. t-., A; ? , * jBovs' and Men's 5^^giM.miii .lj.-T~TTIui^_;i!Mi-^—— -,„ ? il:-r^^i.i~iii1iiiii|li.ii.i. ii.im. i-iii.iijjgs^? All C* 'T C^ A I M^!P|ij^i^^^te^Wj^My AUo ! KAL r_^^^^^^^^^ MERCERS, HATTERS, |A^^LCL^IE^^CERS-l^raa&| OUTFITTERS &{\ ^^P^ffili^'iii^Sl^^ INVITE INSPECTION 1 ffQ0W?(O'^^ S 4ir'B^R o ? w I NrW AND FaTFNRVF ^^^^^S^t^Sps* PREMISES, Opposite Main Entrance of New Markets.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 March 1896

AQflf 1lUf\PRQ Watches, Jewellery, ? ^jAl\JL\kJl^l\^J9 Silver-plate, Cutlery, 815 and 817 GEORGE ST. (oPP. Railway station), SYDNEY. Watch iy^jrasj^k Watch fir | |Sp' All jgSSfL Pos' Repairs |f Mm\ JJ Repairs HfW ^¥ Articles j^Bfe. Free. Guaranteed \^mmJf Guaranteed LJJ(®)®¥ ^^^^^^^^ yam Short-wind Keyless, 15/- ', extra quality, 20/ Silver Key or Keyless, Jewelled, 2/-/-. Strong £ Silver Lever, Jewelled, 2/10/-. Superior Keyless or Key English Lever, 3/10/-, 4/-/- ; hand-finished, 4/10/-, 5/-/-, 6// 7/-/-, 8/-/-. All guaranteed. Jfig; Solid Gold Chains, Single or Double, 3/-/-, 3/10/-, 4/-/-, 4/10/-, SH IS c. Solid Gold, 5/10/-, 6/-/-, 6/10/-, l\-h 8/-/-, 10/-/-. Pure Silver, 10/-, 12/6, 15/-, 20/-. Ladies' Short-wind Keyless, 20/-. Silver Hunting Keyless, 2/-/-, 2/10/ 3/-/-. Solid Gold Keyless, 4/-/-, 6/-/'. Superior Quality, 6/-/-, 7/-/-, 8/-/-, 10/-/-. All guaranteed. 9 c. Solid Gold Links, 15/6. IB c. Gold Links. 32/6. Larger, 35/-. 2/-/-. Silver, 4/-, 5/-. 9 c. Solid Gold Bar,...

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BERTHA; OR, THE POPE AND THE EMPEROR AN HISTORICAL TALE. CHAPTER X.—(Continued). THE CAMP-FOLLOWER. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 March 1896

BERTHA ; OR, THE POPE AND THE EMPEROR AN HISTORICAL TALE. BY WILLIAM BERNARD MACCABE. CHAPTER X.— (Continued). Til K C AMP-FOLLOWE It. G re tcli en assured her new mistress thai; there wns noli a step of the road they were travelling that was not tracked by her friends — by Magnus, or some of his knights, or else by some of the adherents of the empress. She even assured her that she had herself seen, if it were not fancy, a white and blue banner upon a distant hill; but, as Beatrice was not able to dipcern the same object at so great a distance, Gretchen admitted that she might be mistaken, but still persisted in thinking thai; she was not. It was the noon of the third day from the time they had left Frankfort when Beatrice and Gretchen were thus conversing. Both snt in a green-swarded ravine, so narrow in breadth that the deep foliage from the trees on both sides prevented the sun's rays from reaching them, whilst high over their heads there toppled rocks upon rocks, that rose up, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 March 1896

GOULBURN. ? ^ ? (FitoM a Correspondent.) Foil some wookspast Goulburn has been in a state of torpidity of an unusual character, not a stir of any kind to break tho monotony of everyday life. Providence, howover, is good and has sent us nice showers of good rain, so that the surrounding fields and hillsides woro the national colour on St. Patrick's Day. As usual, this day is a red-letter day here as else where. Tn tho cathedral, tho venerable Bishop, Dr. Lanigan,' sang at 9 a.m. a Pontifical High Mass, assisted by Fathers Donovan, Adin., and Griffin as deacon and sub-deacon, and Rev. J. O'Donoghue as master of ceremonies. Father P. Dowling, of St. Patrick's College, preached an eloquent sermon, in which he extolled the missionary spirit which, from the days of St. Patrick, always characterised the Irish priesthood. After Mass, the .children of the Catholic schools, to the number of about 700, marched in procession, to the music of the Premier Band, to the Agricultural Show Ground, th...

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IRISH NEWS. Hard-up Missions. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 March 1896

IRISH NEWS. ? .A. ? (Eeom Contempobaeies.) Hard-up Missions. Things must be in a very bad way with 'the Irish Church Missions to the lioman Catho lics ' — ' missions ' fallen upon days of absolute bankruptcy in, at any rate, the Island of Achill. Bankruptcy in funds has been the prevalent condition of the Achill ' missioners' since May last, and all appeals have failed to bring in the needful. But it is a worse state of affairs that is now disclosed, for the 'missioners' are bankrupt in reputation. The Irish Ecclesiastical Gazette has been opening fire, and the sturdy old ' Rock ' is grieved to the soul by the suggestion which it makes for remedying the failure of the ' missioners ' to ' convert ' the Achill is landers. The Gazette, we are told, would bring 'the Church M — the Irish Protestant Church — 'into closer touch with Home as regards her doctrines and practices, so that the step from one to the other would not be so great as at present. . . . We have had ' The Mother of G-od...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 March 1896

Telephone No. 496. Telephone No. 496. PEATE & HARCOURT, THE PREMIER GROCERY ESTABLISHMENT OF AUSTRALIA. By Special Appointment, Purveyors to — H.R.H, THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH, AND HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR. GROCERS, WINE MERCHANTS and ITALIAN WAREHOUSEMEN. BEST ? OF GOODS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. ' ' 255 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. r^ALLA.GH-iAN'S VJ BQQTS STAND HARD WEAR. Try Them. 395 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY* Visitors to Sydney Will find the WENTWORTH HOTEL, CHUECH HILL, The Most Comfortable and Best-Appointed in Sydney. The Most Charming' Site, in the heart of. the City. Suitable for Visitors on PJeHSure or Business bent. MoiUm accessories throughout, Capital Table. Best Brands of Liquors. Attendance unexceptionable, under- tho personal supervision of the Proprietress, M. HAYES.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 March 1896

FEED. W. PARSONS, Auctioneer and Estate Agent. [Established 1880.1 PROPERTIES BOUGHT AND SOLD, HOUSES LET, ESTATES MANAGED, VALUATIONS MADE FOR PROBATE and LAND AND INCOME TAX. Accounts rendered Monthly. VICTORIA CHAMBERS, 44 CASTLmiHAGH-S'rRiKT, Opposite Australia. Hotel,

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. Finance and Glory. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 March 1896

NOTES AND COMMENTS. Finance and G-lory. In a low, money-grubbing age, it is all-important to rise to the sublime pinnacle of selfsufii Cienr.v nnri p.nnnnnff fnmf- — thnf iq. tn hp. n ' business man' Beside the modern ' busi ness man,' or manipulator of cash, all past celebrities sink to nothing. Michael Angelo was but an idealist, and had nothing but an elevated mind and soul ; Edmund Burke had nothing to commend him but grandeur of conception and the mysterious gift of incom parable speech; and even Homer could never rise beyond writing poetry. His poetry, of course, has educated and delighted successive generations, but there is no air of ' business' about that, and consequently it doesn't deserve serious consideration. The man of business, though, who can underwriter a piece of paper for thousands, whose badly scribbled signature can unlock the dazzling treasures of the banks — ah! he is the hero, the poet, the prophet, the orator, the sage, the idolized and worshipped of the la...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 March 1896

THE SPOBTS. The Cricket Ground gates were opened at ten o'clock, and the first event was started about eleven. A.t that hour a largo number were pre sent, but the various trams, which wore run at frequent intervals throughout the day, and the 'busses, were crowded, and the attendance rapidly increased until at three o'clock there were fully 15,000 people on the ground. His Eminence the Cardinal, accompanied by the Very Eev. Dr. O'Haran and the Eight Eev. Monsignor O'Brien, arrived shortly before union, ana was met uy my, t. iyjl. oiattery, Mr; P. B. Preehill and others. The Eight llevs. Dr. Higgins, Auxiliary Bishop of Sydney, and MoiiBignor Verdon, Bishop-elect of Dunedin, drove up together, and at seven minutes to one the Governor arrived, accompanied by Captain Sloane-Stanloy, A.D.O, His Excellency was welcomed by the Cardinal, and a few bars of the National Anthem were played by the Hibernian Eriendly Society's Band, which was stationed on the lawn and which performed various se...

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ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 March 1896

ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH. High Mass was celebrated at St. Patrick's at 11 a.m., the Eev. Father Kirk, S.M., acting as celebrant, with the Eev. Fathers Piquet and O'Sullivan, S.M., respectively as deacon and sub-deacon, and the Eev. Pather G-uilleman, S.M., as master of ceremonies. The church had been beautifully decorated for the occa sion ; a rich and handsome hanging of green and gold behind1 the image of the Saint seemed particularly appropriate. Before the sermon, which was nreached hv tha 'Rav. PViMiAr Claffey, S.J., of St. Aloysius' College, Siicry Hills, the Very Eev. Pather Le Eennetel, S.M., spoke a few words, expressly thanking Mrs. Atkinson for the trouble and expense she had been at in carrying out the decorations The rev. preacher took his text from Psalm 64, 5th and following verses — a psalm of the Jews going out from captivity. The preacher made application of his text to the deliverance from Paganism of Ireland by the apostolic labours of St. Patrick, and preached a ver...

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BAZAAR AT MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 March 1896

BAZAAR AT MOSS VALE. '- ? ? , ? -*. ? (Contributed to The Catholic. Pitflss.) Seldom has there been seen at tho opening ceremony of a country bazaar a larger or more rejn'esontativo gathering than that which assembled in tho Centen nial Hall., Moss Vale, to witness the opening ceremony of tho bazaar in aid of tho Catholic Presbytery Building Fund. On the platform were His Eminence Cardinal Moran, His Excellency tho Governor, Lady Hampden, daughters, and suite ; Mr. Moss (Mayor of Mobs Vale), and' Mr. H. Throsby (ex-Mayor). Father Boh an said he had great pleasure in calling on His Eminence to declare the bazaar opon. Though His Eminence was in the district a few weeks previous, yet, when he learned that it was to tho interests of the bazaar that ho should bo present at the opening, ho readily placed his services at our disposal. Ho referred' to the earnestness and unanimity with , which the ladies of the different parts of tho districts had worked to make the bazaar a success, and s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 March 1896

A 1 JSVtfr^ \\p\ Tl IVTi 1 ti JPll Pf O VI C\€* fit ftOOIPtV Is the Oldest and Most Prosperous Life Assitr* j^UOtlOliail 1VJ.U1LL4.C11 riUVlUClil v^UV^l^lJV ANCB SociETY 1N THE Australasian Colonies. INVESTED FUNDS, TWELVE AND A HALF MILLIONS STERLING. - - 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 .£4.28,021. : 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. j THOMAS LITTLEJOHN, 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. 83' I** S&e«Mrfi»«* @t**ilg ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 March 1896

GOVERNMENT jfeAjIs ADVERTISEMENT. Land and Income Tax Office, Custom House, Sydney, 20th February, 1896. ' LAND AND INCOME TAX ASSESSMENT ACT OF 1895.' NOTICE is hereby givon under sootion 30 of tho above Act, that RETURNS OF LAND AND INCOME for tho purposes of tho assessment of Land and Income Tax are required to be furnished to tho Commissioners of Taxation at their Office, on or BEFORE THE 27th DAY OF MARCH, 1896; and all persons who are owners of land, or in receipt of income, and all persons liablo under tho provisions of the Act in any representative capacity to furnish returns for the purposes aforesaid, are hereby in formod that the prescribed forms of returns, except those for Companies, are now available, and may be obtained on application at any POST OFFICE, POLICE OFFICE, CUSTOM. HOUSE, RAILWAY STATION, and tho OFFICE OF ANY CLERK OF PETTY SESSIONS, in New South Wales, STAMP DUTIES OFFICE, PHILLIP STREET, SYDNEY, or at tho TAXATION OFFICE, CUSTOM HOUSE, SYDNEY. Forms for...

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