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CATHOLIC NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 March 1896

CATHOLIC NEWS. (Ebom Contemporaries.) It is not generally known that the late Lady Gregory, famous as Mrs. Stirling, the great actress, died in full communion with the Catholic Church. Amongst other charitable bequests the most excellent work carried on by the Sisters of Nazareth at Hammersmith was duly remembered by Lady Gregory in her will. The G-ermania says that ' the days of ' Old Catholicism ' are numbered ' — a piece of in telligence that does not come upon us by surprise. ' If their finances allow it, perhaps the three surviving ' Old Catholic ' professors of theology may go on teaching the two students who still sit at their feet, and later on have them ordained by a future Prussian ' Old Catholic ' bishop, or a Swiss or Dutch bishop. But one thing is certain — in twenty years' time there will be neither an ' Old Catholic ' peasant nor . an ' Old Catholic ' professor extant.' The circumstances of the j,death of Dr. Eeinkens, the famous schismatic bishop, were something more...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOCK TRIAL AT RANDWICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 March 1896

MOCK TRIAL AT RANDWICK. A. very amusing mock trial was given by the members of the Kindall Literary and Debating Society of .Rand wick, in the schoolroom, on Thursday, March 12. The hall was arranged in the proper manner by Messrs. O'Sullivan, Dew, and Martin. The facts of the case are as follow: — That Augustus Eitzsnooks did indict grievous bodily harm on one Jere miah Jones. Mr. M. j^ Brown was the judge; Messrs. H. McEucroe and L. J. Dew, counsel tor the cletence and prosecution ; Mr. H. Johnson, prisoner; Mr. V. Iieaton, prosecu tor ; Mr. J. P. lloss, doctor; Mr. P. 3?. Martin, court crier ; Messrs. C. Byrne, E. Henton, 0. Johnson, witnesses. The hall was crowded with visitors, and everyone seemed to thoroughly enjoy themselves. Mr. P. E. Larkin acted as foreman of the jury, and after hearing the evidence of both sides, said that the jury had arrived at a verdict, which was one of -l Not guilty.' At the termination of the performance, Eev. Pather Treand, in a few well -chosen w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 March 1896

ST. JOSEPH'S CONVENT, WINDSOE. HIGH-CLASS BOARDING- SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES. The Curriculum includes all fcho Ordinary School Subjects, and Pupils are prepared for University Examinations. Resident Pupils receive every attention. For Prospectus apply to THE SUPERIORESS. iMMiv*C0 ?Lists' PamPklets^|k»\ V HJ iL in E:l^ctivo Bold Stylo 'at IS ml Vi^EO. MURRAY & CO., ^Jff/ ARNOTT HOUSE, WYNYARD SQUARE. PRIVATE BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT. MOST ELEGANT HOUSE. Every Modern Convenience. Situation Unsurpassed. Billiard Room for use of Boarders Free. Singlb) Rooms, 26s. Ohakouss G-wmatly Ridduobd. INDIA AND CHINA TEA WAREHOUSE. P. J. DOEAHY, GROCER, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT, 217 William St., Darlinghurst. Special attention given to the selection and blending of Teas. The best brands of Ales, Spirits, Stout and Wines stocked. RYAN'S FAMILY HOTEL, OXFORD STREET. Only Superior Brands of Wines and Spirits Kept. THE BEST SHILLING LUNCH IN TOWN. . HOWAT & McPHAIL, CLEEICAL OUTFITTERS, R...

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ST. MARY'S CATHEDRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 March 1896

ST. MARY'S CATHEDRAL. ? ^ ? On Sunday, at the 11 a.m. Mass, His Eminence the Cardinal -Archbishop delivered the fifth of his lectures on the Passion of our Divine Lord : — How grand and sublime was the announcement made by the Apostle in the Epistle to the Corinthians : ' God forbid that I should glory save in the Cross of Christ, by which 'the world is crucified unto me and I unto the world.' In the cross are glory, and wisdom, and wealth. Every true Christian will cry out with the Apostle, God forbid that I should glory save in the Cross of Christ. Through the cross, the earth is reconciled with Heaven, man is lifted up to a better nature from the abyss of his misery. It is the rock whence the fountains of living water flow, the source of all blessing, and peace, and joy. At the. foot of the cross let us take our station to-day. Let us pray our suffering liedeomer that He may imprint upon our hearts the lessons Ho is pleased to teach of. His mercy and love from the cross placed up...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 March 1896

We are glad to announce that Mr, W. A. Dolman, the well-known Wine Merchant, of 82 King-street, Sydney, now keeps the beet brands of spirits in stock. — Advt,

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THE PANEGYRIC OF ST. PATRICK. Monsignor Verdon at St. Mary's. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 March 1896

THE PANEGYRIC OF ST. PATRICK. . ? * ? Monsignor Verdon at St. Mary's. Off Sunday evening, in St. Mary's Cathedral, at 'Vespers, the Rev. Father Cregan acted as celebrant. At Benediction of the Holy Sacra ment the celebrant was the CardinalArch bishop. The panegyric of St. Patrick was delivered by the .'Right liev. Monsignor Verdon, Bishop-designate of Dunedin. The right rev. preacher took his text from Genesis (50th chapter, 20th verse) — words spoken by the Patriarch Joseph in answer to the petition for mercy addressed to him by his brothers some little time after the death of his tather. His brothers had used Joseph cruelly. They were jealous of their father's favour towards him, and feared lest he should be exalted above them, according to his own prediction. They had put him out of the way, selling him as a slave to some merchants who were journeying to Egypt. But God had raised him up and placed him over the realm of Egypt. From being a slave he had become the saviour of the na...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 March 1896

ST. VINCENT'S HOSPITAL JLXXVXXt KAIi, TTNDER the patronage and in the presence of the U Governor and Lady Hampden, and visiting Governors, WILL BE HELD AT THE TOWN HALL, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8th, Tickets, 10s. Gallei'y, 2s. Miss F. M. DOYLE, \ „ g Mrs. M. ARMSTRONG, j Jlon' &oc8# Tickets at Nicholson's and this Office.

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THE CYCLING CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 March 1896

THE CYCLING CARNIVAL. a. ? The second day's racing of the League of Wheelmen's Carnival took place at the Agricultural Ground on Saturday. There was another large attendance present, and several fine finishes were witnessed. The track, which is being laid down by the Royal Agricultural (Society, has been very highly spoken of by cyclists, and, when completed, it will be the finest in Australia. To meet the convenience of patrons, it is intended to erect a grandstand along the straight. His Excellency the Governor, accompanied by Captain Sloane-Stanley, A.D.G., was present during the afternoon. The following are the principal results : — THIRD-CLASS SCRATCH RACE. First r-rizG. £10 : second Drize. £3 : third r-rize. £2. Distance, about half a mile ; first man to start in final. Final. A. Henville (Goulburn) ? 1 T. Amos (Parramatta) ? 2 T. H. Barkell (Sydney) ? 3 Other starters : C. R. Chapman, W. Stapleton. The first time past the post Henville led from Chapman, Stapleton, Barkell, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 March 1896

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ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE. SYDNEY UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 March 1896

ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE. ? + ? SYDNEY UNIVEESITY. The following students passed successfully at the recent examination : — Arts. — Messrs. J. J. Durack (first-class honours), E. Savage, W. Elworthy, E. Lepervauche. Third Year.— Mr. M. A. Casey, B.A., obtaining first place in French, second jjlace in Latin, fifth j)lace in history. Medical School. — Messrs. Blaney, Marsden, Far relly, Eoe, O'Keefe, and A. J. Crawley, who passed his final examination, obtaining his degrees, M.B., Ch.M. ?

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WEDDING AT ST. FRANCIS'. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 March 1896

WEDDING AT ST. FRANCIS'. ? * — : ? A. pimctty wedding was celebrated at St. Francis' Church, Hayinarkot, on Tuesday, March 17, by the Eov. Father McDonnoll, when Mr. M. J. O'Neill, second son of Mr. M. O'Neill, of the Assembly Hotel, Hunter and Phillip streets, was married to Miss C. Hoavoy, only daughter of Mrs. B. Heavoy, Surry Hills. Tho bride, who was given away by her brother, was attired in a trained gown of Duchesse satin, trimmed with Cha.nti.lly laco and orange blossoms, 'with wreath of the same flowers and veil of Brussols net roaching to the train. The brides maids — the Misses Garrick and O'Brien — wore gold h varmints sot: with near! a (Vif't.s of the brirleoM'nrvni^ and white Liberty silk frocks with striped eau-de-nil silk, and black velvet picture hats. Mr. J. J. Kelly acted as best man. Among the guests were Mrs. Heavoy (mother of the bride), dressed in a very handsome corded black silk, with laco and jot trimmings ; Mrs. O'Noill. (mothor of tho bridegroom) wore an ...

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ST. BENEDICT'S. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 March 1896

ST. BENEDICT'S. On last Thursday, the Feast of St. Joseph, the pupils of St. Benedict's Girls' School gave an interesting entertainment in presence of the llight Rev. Dr. Higgins, and in honour of His Lordship's feast-day. The schoolroom wore a festive appearance, thanks to a profusion of flags and evergreens. His Lordship, who was accompanied by the priests of the district, on entering the school was heartily welcomed bv the children, who rose to their feet and wished him a ' Happy Feast-day.' The entertain ment, which consisted of music, vocal and instrumental, recitations, dancing, drill exer cises, etc., was excellent in every detail, and spoke eloquently for the ability of the Sisters who had prepared it. AJ; the end of the pro gramme two of the pupils came forward and presented a rich and appropriate Feast-day gift to His Lordship, in a few pleasing verses asking him to accept it from the pupils of St. Benedict's as a token of their affection, and praying that G-od might showe...

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DIOCESE OF GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 March 1896

DIOCESE OF GOULBURN. Tho proceeds of tho bazaar hold in aid of tho Catholic Church, Gundagai, aro ,£200. On Monday last tho Very Rov. Father Finnogan took occasion to thank tho ladies who had givon him such valuablo assistancci in carrying on tho bazaar. ? + ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 March 1896

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DIOCESAN NEWS. ARCHDIOCESE OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 March 1896

DIOCESAN NEWS. A. ARCHDIOCESE OF SYDNEY. On Sunday, March 15, the dovotion of the ' Quarant Ore' was begun in St. Patrick's Church, Cooma. At eleven o'clock High M'ass was celebrated by Father O'Gorinan, of Michelago, with Father Byrne and Father Dalton, both of Cooma, as deacon and sub deacon respectively. The music was under the direction of the Brigidine Nuns of Holy Cross Convent, Cooma, and was rendered in a most excel lent manner. After the Mass tho usual solemn procession of the Blessed Sacrament took place, in which the children attending* the Convent school took part. The altar of exposition, which was decorated by the Sisters, looked very beautiful, and was fully in keeping with the solemnity of the ' Quarant Ore.' During the day numerous adorers Sacrament. In the evening a touching sermon was preached by the Rev. Father O'Gorman on the Blessed Eucharist. The adoration continued on Monday, On Tuesday the Mass of Deposition was sung at nine o'clock, and the devotion was bro...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CATHOLIC DEBATING SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 March 1896

CATHOLIC DEBATING SOCIETIES. On Monday evening, March 23, at 8 o'clock, in St. .7 amen' ITa.ll t Forest Loci ?(??., an interesting debate took place bet.woen the members of St. 'Benerliot'N Literary Club mid of St. James' Mutual Improvement Society. 'Should the franchise be rxtenoVrl to women ?' was 'he subject selected for debute. Messrs. Fitzgerald, Casey, Wynn, and Kennery, of St. Benedict's, spoke in the adirinritive. The negative was upheld by Messrs. A. Duncan, W. P. Cawley, O. Murray, and C. T. Burfitt, of St. James'. The audience, including several visitors irom St. Benedict's Parish, numbered over 100. The. speakers touched on many subjects to givo point nml Force to t heir arguments — the .Electoral Act. taxation without representation, the life imd property of woman as subject to the laws of the country, women often the bread winners for themselves and families, the example of the legislature of Wyoming, a woman's bravery at Sarvigossa, the heroism of Miss Nightingale in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 March 1896

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 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 UNDFR 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 tho 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, Knglish throughout, Silver, £2 10s., £'3, and ,£3 10s., Ladies and Gents. ...

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DIOCESE OF BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 March 1896

DIOCESE OF BATHURST. Mr. S. F. Scott, prosidont of St. Vincont do Paul Society, St. Jam os', Forest Lodge, assistod in tho choir at St. Michael and St. .John's Cathedral, Batliurst, on Sunday last, and in tho evening sang a lino bass solo, ' 0 Salutaris,' by Woiss, at tho Bone diction. Mr, Scott is on a visit to las friends in this district,

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THE "CATHOLIC PRESS." Enthusiastic Meetings. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 March 1896

THE 'CATHOLIC PRESS-' Enthusiastic Meetings. DuiiiNa tho week a number of meetings woro hold to advance tho interests of Tun: Catholic Pimilss, with the most happy and satisfactory results. So convincing aro tho reasons for a Catholic paper in the colony that they roqui.ro but to bo stated to moot with the cordial endorsement, of every sincere Catholic. The movement, therefore, so liappily started to give our people sound Catholic reading is receiving on all. sides the most warm support. To support Tn 10 Catholic 1'k.kks a, large mooting was held at Newtown on Monday night. .Mr. Killigrew presided,, and able and effective speeches in support of f.lio. 'iMiirri.'i.i wcrn rli»l i vrnwul liv Ii'mHioi. I ! m ,i h i i h Father McCarthy, of Melbourne, Father Battle, Father Ryan, and. Mr. Courtney, and also by the chairman. The greatest harmony and enthusiasm prevailed. A similar meeting was held on last Tues day evening1 at Loiehhardt. Rev. I.'. M. Ryan occupied tho chair, and there were ...

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