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ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. ANNUAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 April 1896

ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. ANNUAL EXHIBITION. The annual show of the Agricultural Society, which was officially opened last week, has been an unqualified success. The presence of three Governors would alone have sufficed to increase the interest in the Show, but special efforts were, however, made this year to hold an agri cultural exhibition on an altogether larger scale. That the endeavours of the society have not been futile may be shown by the largely increased number of exhibits over any previous year and by the enormous patronage that 'has been accorded to the Show by the public. On G-ood Friday it was estimated that 30,000 persons paid for admission, and the total num ber present on the ground amounted to 35,000. This is a record for the society. In the Jubilee year the coffers of the Agricultural Society were well filled and the attendance was considered phenomenal, but it was many thou sands below that at the present exhibition, which will be a red-letter one in their anna...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. Legality. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 April 1896

NOTES AND COMMENTS. Legality. Mr. T. M. Slattery threatens to lay the public life of this colony in dust and ashes. Lately he took from under the people's feet the security on which they were so foolishly reposing in regard to the conceited privilege they sup posed themselves to enjoy in the matter of paying the incorruptible guardians of the public rights, and last week he followed up this decisive victory by announcing that our supposed nationality was a delusion, our belief in the sovereignty of the people's will a mockery, and Parliament a snare, or, in other words, that the citizens of New South Wales have no right to authorise their repre sentatives ^ in Parliament to pass taxation bills to raise revenue for the good govern ment of the colony. It has turned out that the Land and Income Taxes are not ' legal,' and that their enactment was opposed actually to the Constitution. For practical purposes, the ordinary mind would be in clined to consider that Bills passed bv both bran...

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COMMERCIAL. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 April 1896

COMMERCIAL ? ▲ ? Wednesday. Business, which had been interrupted by the Easter holidays, was resumed yesterday. There was a general briskness observable in all departments, due to the accumulation of orders. Tuesday was practically the 'Fourth' of the month, and it passed oil' satisfactorily. There were only a few applications for renoAvals of a minor nature. The market to-day was firm, and a good deal of business was transacted. Vorv little will bo dono in t,pn, rmf.il next week., when the weekly sales will be resumed. Sales of bran-bags wore effected at Is. 6d., and corn sacks at from 4s. Id. to -.Is. 2d. During the first fourteen weoks in 1896, 8,098 tons of wheat and 2,825 tons of flour were received in Sydney by rail, showing a decrease of 4,974- tons and 2,904 tons respectively. From the Victorian Government Statistician's report, we find that during the year 1S05-6, 1,359,8(33 iicros were under wheat cultivation, and 5,472,020 bushola wove produced. This shows a decrease of 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 April 1896

P AR SO N'S FLAKED OATMEAL, ^d PURE JAMS, k._ COCOA, MUSTARD, ROLLED OATS, ELEPHANT COFFEE. ALL GROCERS AND STOREKEEPERS.

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IRISH NEWS. (FROM CONTEMPORARIES.) Still to the Fore. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 April 1896

IRISH NEWS. (From Contemporaries.) Still to the Fore. It is a singular fact (says the Standard), that probably three-fifths of Jameson's force were Irishmen. Iu this respect a stirring story of Dr. Jameson's pluck is related. At the fight at Dornkop, an Irishman, who was fighting a little outside the line, was shot clean through the head as the doctor was making a periodical inspection of the outer line. Without a moment's hesitation Jameson pushed the dead body of the Irishman from the horse over which he was fight ing, aud picking up the rifle continued the firing until the magazine was exhausted. The fact is deposed to by more than one trooper. Mr. John Deasy, who formerly sat in Death of Parliament for Cork City, and subse Mr. John quently represented West Mayo, died Deasy. on Monday, February 25, at Carlow. Mr. Deasy had recently, owing to ill health, resigned an appointment which he held in the neighbourhood of London, and had since been living with his wife's friends at Carlo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 April 1896

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

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OUR FAITH AND PRACTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 April 1896

OUR FAITH AND PRACTICE. In an age of inquiry like this, and in a com munity where our people necessarily mingle with persons of various a7id divergent creeds, who often make religion a topic of discussion, it behoves Catholics not only to love and practice their holy faith, but also to have an intelligent and correct knowledge of its tenets and principles. Generally speaking, non Catholics have very strange and false ideas regarding many, if not all, the doctrines of the Church ; hence the many foolish and meaning less objections we constantly meet with in conversation, boolcs, paper, etc. A Catholic who is able to give an account of the ' faith that is in him ' will know how to answer most of these objections, and thereby remove a good deal of prejudice and misconception. Indeed, a lot might; be done in this way to make many who now are bitter enemiea of what they imagine to be the Church to look friendly towards her, and having got a little light to seek for more, and eventually e...

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REVIEW. THE AUSTRALASIAN CATHOLIC RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 April 1896

REVIEW. THE AUSTRALASIAN CATHOLIC RECORD. The April number of this popular and learned periodical lias just been issued, and, as usual, its contents are extremely varied and attrac tive. It opens with the continuation of Most liev. Dr. Carr's able defence oii the position of the Church in regard to the Bible, in which he shows, with overwhelming arguments, how 'dangerous a thing 'is the little learning and the less honesty that Protestant writers generally bring to the discussion of this subject. Very Jiev. Peter Mengher deals with the grave question of mixed marriages and their results in the light of the Old Testament. The article evidences great industry and sound judgment, and one cannot read it without feeling convinced of the wisdom that underlies the antagonism of the Church to mixed marriages. They have ever been the fruitful source of decay of faith and laxity of morals. The writer points out how, under certain conditions, and with proper safeguards, the Church tolerates su...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 April 1896

A 1 1 ^tt*^ 1 \i^% fl 1\/T 1 1 f~1 1 P1 1 PrOVI ri^tn t !^nf*1Pt\7 Is the Oldest and Most Pbosperous Life Assur ^UQUaiiaXl WlULUai * 1 KJ V X^L^J. 1 I OUH^IV ance Soctett jn 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 YEAE. Amount divided for 1894 (after making unusually large reserves) was ,£428,021. Directors : The Hon. SIR J. P. ABBOTT, K.C.M.G.,M.L.A., Chairman ; J. E. HILL, Esq., Deputy-Chairman ; JOSEPH ABBOTT, Esq. -, A. W. MEEKS, Esq., J.P. ; THOMAS LITTLE JOHN, Esq. ; J. T. WALKEE, Esq. ; and ROBERT J. KING, Esq. General Manager and Actuary— EICHAED TEECE, F.IA., F.F.A., F.S.S. Head Office, 87 Pitt Street, Sydney. EOBEET B. CAMERON, Secretary. EDUCATIONAL AND CATHOLIC BOOKSELLERS, MERCANTILE AND GENERAL PRINTERS. SCHOOL BOOKS and STATIONERY. PltlNTED TO OllDBll. Incense Charcoal, Sanctuary Oil, ...

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MELBOURNE. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 April 1896

MELBOURNE. (from a correspondent.)1 The offices of Tenebrae were recited in Sr. Patrick's Cathedral on 'Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evenings at 7 o'clock. On each evening the Archbishop presided, and the Lamentations were sung by Kev. John Manly, Bev. James Carroll, and ~Rev. G-. Eobinson. Yery Eev. Dean McICenna acted as master of ceremonies. On Holy Thursday morning the ceremonies, which commenced at nine o'clock, were carried out with the usual solemnity. The Archbishop celebrated the Mass, Eev. John Wai she being deacon and Eev. Joseph M. Carter being sub deacon. The assistant priest was the Eev. M. Farrelly, Kilmore, and the assistant deacons were Eev. Eichard Collins and the Eev. E. O'Donohue. On G-ood Friday morning the functions commenced at ten o'clock. The celebrant at the Mass of the Presanctih'ed was Eev. James Carroll ; deacon, Eev. John Walshe ; sub deacon, Eev. John Cusack. In the Procession the A.rchbishop carried the Blessed Sacrament. The deacons of the Passion ...

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ST. MARY'S CHURCH, NORTH SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 April 1896

ST. MARY'S CHURCH, WORTH SYDNEY. At the church of the Jesuit Fathers, on Easter Sunday, High Mass was celebrated by the llev. Father ' Buckeridge. The Eev. Father Carroll preached. Gounod's ' Messe Solennello ' was per formed, with orchestral accompaniment, Mr. Eay inond Halm acting as conductor, and Mr. (J. Eobinson, Mus. Bac, as organist. Tho principal singers were the Misses Bock, Mullius, and Loughlin, and Mr. Vider,

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ST. BENEDICT'S SOCIAL, LITERARY, & DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 April 1896

ST. BENEDICT'S SOCIAL, LITER ARY, & DEBATING SOCIETY. ? ♦ ? The usual weekly meeting of the above society was held in the St. Benedict's School Hall on April 1 at 8 p.m. The president, Mr. J. Kir by, in the chair. The secretary, Mr. D. Casey, was called on to read the minutes of the previous meeting, which were confirmed. After the usual preliminary business was over, the Premier, Mr. J. Wren, was called on to open the debate which stood in his name, namely, ' That we are in favour of abolishing trial by jury, and substituting trial by com mission.' After a lengthy speech, in which ho showed where juries made errors, and failed to come to a right conclusion, Mr. J. Eyan, senr., replied on behalf of the Opposition, bringing to bear some very good arguments on bohalf of the jurymen, and showing how 04 per cent, of the verdicts given by jurymen that wont before a Royal Commis sion were uphold. Other members who took part in the debate, and made Homo very good points, both for a...

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ST. PETER'S SURRY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 April 1896

ST. PETER'S SURRY HILLS. At this church a Missa Cantata was celebrated at 11 a.m., by the Eov. Father O'Brien, S.J., who also preached. Tho music was selections from Haydn's Masses, Nos. 1 and 2, with the 'Htoc Dies' at tho offertory and the Hallelujah Chorus at tho ond. The principal singers were Misses Nolan, Mason, Cohen, Barrett, and Meyers, and Messrs. Eyan, Kearns, O'Driscoll, and Nolan. Miss 1-\ Nolan presided at the organ.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 April 1896

'fXT THT* TFB 'jFR. TFg. 544 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY (Opposite Town Hall), WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER. $gtiit SI iiisS^^^rS^^^ English Levor Watches, from £3. ftotlierham's, from £3 15 s. WalthamB, from £2. MR. SYDNEY IIOBE3ST, ROYAL OONSERVATORIUM OF MUSIC, LEIPZIG, Pupil of Dr. Carl Reinkoiib, Etc., receives Pupils for Piano, Technique and Vortrag, and Theory of Music; Address: 22 ORAIGEND ST., DARLINGHURST, Or, PALING'S. CHAS. ANDERSON, TAILOR AND OUTFITTER, 30 and 32 OXFORD STREET, SYDNEY (Near Hyde Park). Patronised by his Eminence the Cardinal- Archbishop and by the Very Rev. and Rev. the Clergy of the Archdiocese of Sydney. CLERICAL DEPARTMENT.— All Clothing Requi sites by the Very Best Makers. FIRST-CLASS CUTTERS, and a stall with thorough oxpeiuoncoof the particular wants of Clergymen. SILK HATS A SPECIALTY. Separate Show Rooms and Fitting Rooms sot apart, exclusively private. Inspection or inquiry by correspondence respect fully invited. COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS SPECIAL TERMS. WRIG...

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ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 April 1896

ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH. At this church of the Marist Fathers tho celebrant of the Mass on Holy Thursday was the Rev. Father Aubry, In the evening Father Ginisty preached. On Good Friday tho Mass of the FrosanotiJiod was celebrated by Father Ginisty. In tho oven ing a sermon on tho Passion was preached by Father Aubry. On Saturday tho celebrant was tho Vorv Eov. Father Le Eennetol. On Easter Sunday, High Mass was celebrated by tlio Eight Eev. Bishop Vidal, with Fathers Aubry and Hutuilt respectively as deacon and sub-deacon. Father Guilloinin was master of coromonios, and Father Aubry priest assistant. Father Lo Eonnotol preachod on tho Resurrection. In the evening the preachor was Father Ginisty.

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AT HOME AND ABROAD. A Fortunate Country. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 April 1896

AT HOME AND ABROAD. dm A Fortunate Country. Mr. J. S. Larke, the Canadian representative in this country, who, last Sunday, delivered an address in Sydney on the general state of affaii'B in Canada, painted a very roseate picture. He spoke of the country in question as occupying, both materially and morally, a high position. Mr. Larke attributed the happy state of things first to the school system, and secondly to the Church. The division, we may add, between Church and school enforced in these colonies does not obtain in Canada, where due provision is made for the rights of con science. Possibly material prosperity is especially deserved by a people who place no impediment in the way of moral advancement. Mischievous T1f -f[uits °f Mr. Haweis' Talk colonial experience might evi dently have been gained by him without his ever having visited these latitudes. He repeats the views of our ingenuous condi tion that have been from the first current in the old country. We have nothing of t...

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CHURCH OF OUR LADY OF THE SACRED HEART, RANDWICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 April 1896

CHURCH OF OUR LADY OF THE SACRED HEART, RANDWICK. At this Church or' the Fathers of tho Sacred Heart the coromonios of tho week woro performed with duo solemnity. On Good Friday, tho colourant of tho Mass of tho Prosanctified was tho Very Kov. Father Treand, the Eev. Fathers Mcrg, 'Dou/.o, and Tiorney being respectively doacon, sub deacon, and master of ceremonies. Father Treand preached on tho Passion. In the afternoon tho devotion of the Way of the Cross took place. On Easter Sunday Father Douzo acted as colourant of the High Mass, Father Troand being deacon, and Father Tierney sub-deacon. A sermon on tho '.Resurrection was preached by Father Miorg. The music was Weber's ' Mass in G,' the principal voices being— Soprano, Miss Egan ; contralto, Mrs. Scott ; tenor, Mr. Edwin Finn ; bass, Mr. Hubert Finn. Miss Tracey acted as organist.

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HOLY WEEK IN SYDNEY. ST. MARY'S CATHEDRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 April 1896

HOLY WEEK IN SYDNEY. ? *. ? ST. MARY'S CATHEDRAL. The ceremonies of the holy season wore very solemnly carried out at St.. Mary's Cathedral. On tho evenings of Spy Wednesday, Holy Thursday, and Good Friday, the oiiico of Tetiebrre, as usual, took plaoo A. list of the officiating prelates and clergy was given by us in our issue of last week. In addition, the clergy of tho city and suburbs wero very numerously represented. Thio verse 'Jerusalem' was sung by tho choir of tho cathedral, as was also — to /iiiigurelli s musio — tho Psalm ' Miseroro.' On Holy Thursday High Mass and tho blessing of the holy oils began at S.IJO a.m. In the sing-ing1 of the Passion V'ittoria's responses wore sung by the choir. This musio has nothing of a dramatic character, but is soft, and plaintive. It was sung with telling expression. During tho procession in which tho 'Blessed Siorament was borno to tho altar of repose tho students of St. Patrick's College, Manly, sang tho ' Pange Lingua.' The altar of ro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 April 1896

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 April 1896

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