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

OBITUARY. Wk have, with regret, to record tho death of Mr. Richard By an, which took place in tho Sydney Hospital ou Saturday morning hist, and which was occasioned by a millstone falling on him whilst putting it on one of his waggons at I'arbvivy's Whavf, Miller's Point, on Friday. The doceasod was a prominent mom her of the Bahnain Branch of the Hibernian Society, and at tho funeral, on Sunday, which was a. very large one over .150 members formed a. procession at St. Joseph's Church, Bahuain, from whenco the funeral moved, and marched to tho mortuary. At the Necropolis, tho procession, headed by the Rev. Father Moyna.gh, P.P. of St. Joseph's, was again formed, and tho appearance of the mem burs in regalia ou the road to tho grnvo was very »i till i % ??-* 1*1 ' J 1 HI1 .. 1 picturesque.1. At the grave f.lte .K.ov. i-aciior moynagn olliciated, and at the conclusion of tho ceremony delivered a few very touching words on the good qualities and noble character of the deceased,, and sa...

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

SOCIAL The annual charily dauoo in aid of SI;. Anno's Orphnnago, .Liverpool, wm,h (.surrk'd to n, hiiooohkI'uI ikhuo (in St. Palricik'K night; in tho Puddin^ton Town Hull, nndor tlio oflu'ial suporintendonoo of Mm. Humphrey Oxonhani, prosident; Mr. S. J. S alter, vioo-prcsidnul;': Mr. Jas. Book, hon. hoorotnry ; Mr. Wm. Falion, lion. treiiHurer ; and connnittoo, (sonHisf.injj;' of Mrs. Thoinp 8on, Mi'H. Sailor. Mrs. Foputy, Mi'h^uh Hioe, Dunn, Burke, Uojrun, OnioH, 'VVillin, Shollcy, Kavaimgli, Bi'hhsgII, Throwor, and Mosoth. .T. Gray, Rogors, Dudgeon, Connolly, Androwx, Mjirfcin, Chapman, Hiokey, Ma,her, Smith, Luooy, Cotter, Ellis, and irmrn vf.ir 'Plin nnmimi1 nf viuif.ftvu nvntmif. iiTvimiri l-.nrl i:n about '100, togothor with a party from Liverpool, including MeHHrn. Murray, Colin, and othorn. Tho munio whh of tho very bout quality, and Mr. Goorgo Kdman i-- to be congratulated on tho ruccosh of the port'ormern. Tho floor arrangomoiit.s wore carried out by tho following gentlem...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 March 1896

milE COMMERCIAL UA.NKI.Na COMPANY; JL OF SYDNEY, LmiTBD, Capital Paid Up ? AUM),8-15 0 0 Capital Called Up ? 10,005 0 0 Reserve Fund ? .1,01.0,000 0 0 Kosol'vo Liability ? 1,000,000 0 0 DIBISCTOKS: Edward ICnox, Esq., Chairman G. .). Colion, Esq., Deputy Chairman lion. II. M. K liter, M.L.C. II cm. Henry Moses, M.L.O. Kiuharcl .louus, Esq. '!.'. A. Dibbs, Esq., (Jon oral Manager. AUDITORS; Sir VV. P. Manning Edward Ckisholin, Esq. HEAD OFFICE, GEORGW-SmUUT, SY.DN1.0Y. T. A. DibbH, Gojioral Manager. T. I!. Gadon, Assistant Man igur andChiot1 Inspector. A. J. Soutar, Accountant. VV. C. H. Tiloy, J.I. 11. Massio, \V. 11. Pinhoy, Inspectors. LONDON OFFICE, 18 BIRCIIIN LANE. Dm koto us : Sir .J. A. Youl, K.CM.G. ; A. O. liobiusou, E»q. j F. II.. Dangar, Ksq.j Bonj. Buchanan, Esq. Manager — Nathaniel Cork. Branches throughout tho colony of Now Soubb Wales and in Queensland. Agencies throughout tho world.

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PRESENTATION AT BROKEN HILL TO THE REV. FATHER TREACY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 March 1896

PRESENTATION AT BROKEN HILL TO THE REV. FATHER TREACY. On Friday, Gth insti., the Itev. Brunei's 'William Treacy, who for some considerable time had charge of Broken Hill jSouth, left for his new pariah of Balranald. During the eighteen months which Father Treacy passed in. Broken Hill the zeal and charity ho manifested on every occasion has won for him a warm corner in the hearts of his late parishioners. Conse quently, prior to his departure, a large number or' his friends and well wishers assembled in the Uhurch or All saints to expross sorrow at; his departure, and. wish him a hearty God speed. Nor were they satisfied by a simple expression of: their feelings, but also gave a more substantial proof: oi: the esteem iu which they held him. At the invitation of the Rev. Father Connelly, Ail in., the chair was taken by tho President of the .It. A.C.B.S., to which society Father Treacy has been for some time noting as chaplain. Several speeches wero made expressive of the veneration ...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 March 1896

386 GEORGE STREET. WE STOCK OVER 2,000 DISTINCT VARIETIES OF SHOES, GOOD, SERVICEABLE, STYLISH SHOES, AT LOWER PBI0ES^BLAJM[OU^AN BUY ELSEWHERE. That is why we lead the Sydney trade. The greatest Salesmen in the World are Price and Quality. Price is the great Convincer — the Invincible Salesman. A Genuine Thing is What it Ought to Be— SUCH YOU WILL FIND QITJ& BRANDED GOODS. Branches ... ... 226 King Street, Mewtown ; 339 Farramatta Road, Leichhardt. Sydney School of Shorthand and Typewriting and Typewriter Copying Office, 21 ELIZABETH ST1IEET. F. W. JONSON, Sir Izak Pitman's Certificated Teacher, Instructor at Petersham and Ash field Technical Schools, and Riverview College, S. J. Typewriters for Sale or Hire,

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 March 1896

CITY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED. HEAD OFFICE ? 95 PITT STREET. Directors : John Seo, Esq., M.P., Chairman. The Hon. John T. Toohey, M.L.C. J. P. Garvan, Esq. P. Hogan, Esq., J.P. 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 £121,000. ROBERT KERR, Manager. TRANSACTS FIRE BUSINESS ONLY. THOMAS PANNING, BULLDEE AND'cONTEAOTOK, LARGE Assortment of every Building Material kept in stock. Repairs in sill its branches. Ecclesiastic and Scholastic Work a speciality. Esti mates submitted.— G KING STREET, CITY; and 210 ROSE STREET, DARLINGTON. MOJSTEY TO LEND. In large or small sums on City, Suburban and Country Properties, including Toavii, Station, Dairy Farms, Conditionally Purchased and Conditionally Leased Lands, at from -1-J per cent, per annum. Advances made on Furniture, no bill, of sale. MASON, BANKS and CO., Tasm an Oh am bors, L0(- KING- STREET,...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 March 1896

We earnestly appeal to the Venerable Clergy of New South Wales to support ' The Catholic Press,' as it is published solely in the highest interests of the Catholic community. Any items of local news of interest to ihe Catholic body that they may send us will be thankfully received. The Catholic Press. 'Providonco seems to have given, in our day, a great mission to the (Jiitho'lic Press,' — Pius IX. SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1896.

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 March 1896

DEATH. Murphy.— March 10th, at his residence, Victoria-   street, Waverley, Laurence Murphy, late of Athlone, Ireland.—R.I.P.      

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

ROOKWOOD     (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) The Rev. Father Alfred Lees, C.P. has been con ducting a mission in the parish of Rookwood during the past three weeks. To meet the conveni ence of the people, who are very scattered, the rev. conductor devoted a week to each of the three districts of the parish — Rook wood, Auburn, Banks-   town and Rookwood Asylum. The Catholics of Rookwood, being for the most part Irish, and being almost entirely free from the baneful, effect of mixed marriages, seemed to have no difficulty in realising the importance of the mission. Hence, I am pleased to say, that there is scarcely a Catholic in this district who has not done his utmost to derive the greatest possible spiritual advantages from the mission. At Auburn, too, the mission was a marked success. A new spirit scorns to have been infused into tho people. Groat credit is due to Rov. P. O'Reilly for tho great progress tho Church has boon making in this district du...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. DAVITT AND JINGOISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 March 1896

MR. DAVITT AND JINGOISM. THE puny London correspondents of the Australian papers have been lately informing us that Mr. Davitt has been indulging in a wild recklessness of manner and extrava gance of statement calculated to withdraw the sympathies of Englishmen from the Irish movement and to imperil Home Rule. We think, on the contrary, that the great Irish patriot has been proving himself to be a true friend of every honest, self-respecting Eng lishman, and that he has most generously come to the assistance of the blatant, loud mouthed supporters of the Empire at a time when, by them, a little sober advice was surely needed. It is needless to say that the Transvaal raid awakened and let loose the most pitiable elements of the uncivilised portion of England's population. The country for a time seemed to have sunk to the level of a Salvation Army crowd. The Poet-Laureate, Mr. Austin, seemed born for the occasion, and voiced the vulgar feelings in verses that for coarseness and stupid...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 April 1896

Nn tit Tin PP TT T''*/'\/%T\ D TOP f^f\ T HPT\ s W hRhSH risili /v (h ((I I Ej . -J. V' . 1 I\ LjO II 1 \j\J\J Oc IXjLj \j\Jm9 JLj 1 I/., ^ fThe COUNTRY MILK TRADE. The CREAMERY SYSTEM 0~E\ aT-9 PioiS^ of 5 The FACTORY SYSTEM OF BUTTER- BUTTER-MAKING (which has done / *3fe. FlOJ^LOlj MAKING (which has done so much more). C^£™°r ^ V. for the Colony and Colonies). REFRIGERATION. ICE-MAKING. J -* The Company sells only the very best articles. Supplying all the principal places of Sydney with Milk, Cream, Ice, Butter, Fish, Game, Poultry, Pastry, etc. Visit the City Depots (Refreshment) \~ ' 99l fi^/T^T™' ' \ for AFTERNOON TEA, Note. — Arrangements may be made at either of these Depots for Afternoon Teas for Private Parties. i^THE FISH SHOP AT 135 KING STREET IS ONE OF THE BEST IN THE WORLD.^ SEND ORDERS TO THE 'HEAD OFFICE/' 25 HARBOUR STREET— THEY WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. AGENTS EVERYWHERE, H. PATESON, MANAGER. PARKER'S AUSTRALIAN TJ 4 TD DDT7QT7'DT71?D li/ilii ritJciorjitV Ml A...

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(FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) HILLGROVE, March 27, 1896. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 April 1896

(From our Cokrtssponjdent.) Hillgrove, March 27, 1896. The Baker's Creek Goldmininq Co.— The battory crushed 517 tons for the fortnight, being 397 tons from Smith's Reef and 120 from the Big Reef, yield ing 45107,. 17dwt. of smelted gold. The tributors for the past four weeks have crashed 157 tons for a yield of G9oz, 7dwts. of smelted gold. Eleanora Gold and Antimony Mining Co.— The battory crushed for the fortnight 542 tons for a viaIcI of 2431nr/,. nf srnnlf;nrl oviirl n.nrl lfiOrw. nrvn f.n inn ri in the concentrates. Sunlight Goldminino Co.— The battery, running for ten days, has crushed 397 tons, yielding 240oz. smelted gold, and four tons of concentrates. West Sunlight Reef Co. — The battery for the fortnight crushed 149 tons. The yield was 05oz. 3dwts. smelted gold, and 4£tons of concentrates. The Baker's Creek has commenced work again, and we hope soon to hear of great returns, as Smith's little reef never looked better than at the boundary of the Baker's Creek Co., which r...

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A SERIOUS CHARGE. TO THE EDITOR OF "THE CATHOLIC PRESS." [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 April 1896

A SERIOUS CHARGE. TO THE EDITOR OP ' THE CATHOLIC PRESS.' Sir, — As your Catholic paper is now in the hands of the great part of our reading Catholics, I will ask you to insert these lines. I attended a public free lecture in one of our Catholic halls last week, and I there heard the state ment made by a city priest that the Catholic Church was losing its. grip of our Catholic young men, that (if I remember the speaker's words aright) ' they wava riviFf-.incv n.wn.v fwnn iik n,l tincrftf li « i« ' Tlin.f. sfn.fo meiit may have been correct or otherwise, but, judging front the gentleman who made it, and the circumstantial way in which it was made, all present were sorrowfully convinced that it was true. It was a shock to them, certainly. Mr. Editor, in matters of this kind, if there is an existing trouble, the first thing in disposing of it is to see it and admit it. The next is to face it. If the Catholic Church in Syclnoy has its young men well in hand, thank God for it. If it has ...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINING. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 April 1896

MINING. A report from Tumberumbah states that an extra ordinary rich reef was discovered at Back Creole, about seven miles from the town, by Mr. Heinecke. Forty-four pounds of stone gave 372oz. gold, and 41b. of stone 15oz. gold, an average of over 16,000oz. to the ton. The Tottenham property, adjoining to the Lucknow mine, has been purchased by Messrs. Hamilton and Skinner for .£15,000 cash. The owner retains a quarter interest. Owing to the recent copper find near Blayney, a large amount of land in the vicinity has been taken up. The lode is 24ft. wide. Good stone is being taken from the Off Chance mine, in the Gilgunna district, and also in the Eight Hours' claim.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 April 1896

\^- ?+- -^ ?*? -^- ---- —=*: ? ''H** -Aw ***. ?jik,^ ?+*? ?*-- _-, J * + * [ | Dr. Waugh is a friend of our raoo, ' ^ Over most others he holds pride of place, \ \ Caterers bless him while pastry they make, » J Triumphs of art by his aid is thoir cake. * J Our beat efforts without, aro ever but poor. \ \ Riohness and lightness his powders insure. \ \ i * Waugh's Baking Powder is really sublime. * ^ ABk for none otlior ; it would be a orinie. j t Underline Waugh's when ordors you sotid ; ( * Grocers must kuow ho is their bust friend. » J Happy the wifo who uses Waugh'B powder. J t She praises it constantly louder and louder. » * Bright maids it does enamour ; t J All good housewives for it olaraour; J J Kitchen men for it are looking ; J t Infallible powder used in oo«king. * J Not a ship, but should have in its galley, * J Gratefully around it the cooks all rally. J \ \ \ Powder like it is a heavenly boon * - Of a truth little loss than the rising moon. * | Waugh's Baking Powder 'ti...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOMEBUSH FAT STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 April 1896

HOMEBUSH FAT STOCK SALES. Sheep. — Messrs. Maiden Bros, conducted the sales on Monday. Wethers. — Best lots sold from 7s. Id. to 7s. 4d,, a few reaching 8s. 8d. Harrison, Jones, and Devlin, Limited, sold, on account of W. Schons : 2 double-fleeced ewes, 8s. 6d.j 89 crossbred ewes, 7s. ; 70 crossbred ewes, 6s. 7d. ; 107 crossbred ewes, 5s. 9d. to 6s.; 15 crossbred hoggets, 6s. 5d. j 12 ewes, 5s. 9d. On account western agents : 130 wethers, 6s. 3d. to 6s. 6d.; 36 ewes, 4s. 2d.; 88 ewes, 4-s. lid. R. Hamilton : 184 ewes, 4s. 4d. D. Campbell : 54 crossbred ewes, 5s. 8d.; 76 wethers, 6s. 9d. j 36 crossbred wethers, 7s. 7d. J. and J. O'Leary : 111 wethers, 5s. 3d. ; 63 ewes, 4s. 8d. On account P. H. Osborne : 343 wethers, 7s. Id. to 7s. 4d.; 18 wethers, 6s. 4d.; 18 ewes, 6s. 5d. On account J. V. Hell man : 426 wethers, 8s. 3d. to 8s. 6d. ; 587 wethers, 7s. Id. to 7s. 3d. Colley Creek Station : 7 crossbred wethers, 10s. ; 159 merino wethers, 6s'. lOd. ; 68 wethers, 7s. 7d. ; 65 wethers, 6s...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] A DEMURRER. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 April 1896

CORRESPONDENCE. | We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by oni correspondents.] A DEMURRER. (to the editor of the catholic press.) Sib, - Iu-a paragraph of last Saturday's Catholic Press, under the heading ' Wages of Sin,' the writer, after justly stigmatising the conduct of newspapers that admit' 'doubtful and dangerous' advertisements into their columns, goes on to say that it would be '►mful and criminal' for a Catholic to send an advertisement to any such paper. This appears to mo rather venturesome theology. It opens up a very delicate question that, I think, might have received, more cautious treatment. Sometimes, in a country pariah, a priest is dependent on Mich a paper as those referred to for the due notification of his bazaars, concerts, and church notices. Is he, in making' use of its columns, guilty of tho sin and crime of subsidising iniquity ? If so, there are not a few of us in a deplorablo state. The principles that govern co operation in evil, and make ...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 April 1896

THE PRODUCE MARKETS. Business was fairly 'bri^k this week, and supplies plentiful, Chaff is hardening, and looal sold at from «£4- 15s. to £4 18s. 6d. per ton. Medium quality found buyers at £i 5s. to £~k 10s. Maize is selling freely at 2s. 6d. per bushel for best new. Pollard and bran are quoted at 9fd. per bushel. A good demand has been shown for butter, which is selling at 7d. per lb. factory. Creamery is in demand at 8d., and dairy at 6d.

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ST. PATRICK'S DAY SPORTS. (TO THE EDITOR OF THIS CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 April 1896

ST. PATRICK'S DAY SPORTS. (to the editor or the catholic press.) Sie, — The committee of management of the St. ! atriok's Day Sports must bo congratulated on making thorn such a suceef-s. With your kind permission I will presume to offer a few suggestions that may help to improve them. It would bo better to allow only the officials within tho enclosed sjmce on the grounds. In the programme, tho highest world's record, with the winner's name in ouch event, was not given. These records are to be had in the Official International Hand book on Athletics. It is unnecessary for me to say that Irishmen are the worthy winners 01 most oi trie world's records. Although not intimately connected with St. Patrick's Day celebration, could not some of the other manly national pastimes of the Gael be encouraged here more than they are at present— handball, hurling-, and football, played according to the Gaelic rules? These a-ames interest a great bulk of the peopln, and valuable lessons in organisa...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 April 1896

COMMERCIAL ? ±. ? T ? This approach of the Easter holidays have had the effect of restricting business generally. The bread stuffs market is quiet. Orders for flour which were booked some time back are being delivered, but there is not much fresh business to report. Wheat is nomi nally worth i», 5a. on rail Sydney. Flour is quoted at £10 6s. for best roller, and £9 10s. for American. A report from Calcutta states that packs were easier, but looallv a good business has -een effeoted. General parcels ohangod hands yesterday at Is. 5d. for ll|-lb., and Is. 6£d. foi lUlb. Cornsaoks are aelliucr at from 4s. Id. to 4s. l£d.

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