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

ORIENT CLOTHING GIVES UNIVEESAL SATISFACTION, AND IS UNEQUALLED FOR TIT, STYLE, AND WEAB. All Garments are Out from the Best Models, and the Materials Thoroughly Shrunk. The OEIENT CLOTHING is in All Textures suitable for BUSINESS BIDING OFFICE PICNICKING PROMENADE SPORT BUSH TRAVELLING And EVENING WEAR. First Quality Men's Suits ... ... ... ... 40s. Extra Quality Men's Suits ... ... ... ... 45s. Special Quality Men's Suits ... ... ... ... 50s. OUR CELEBRATED ORIENT MAKE OF OLE.RIOA.Ij CLOTHING IS ACKNOWLEDGED THE BEST READY-MADE CLOTHING PROCURABLE. The Materials are selected with careful regard to the requirements of the climate for City and Country Wear. Samples and Measurement Form Post Free on Request. DAVID JONES' TND COMPANY, GEORGE AND BARRACK ST11EETS, SYDNET. ST. MAEY'S COLLEGE, High-Clas& Boarding School for Young I^adies, ROSEBANK, FIVE DOCK, SYDNEY. Unlor the Patronage of His Eminence tho Cardinal- Arohblshop and Bight Eov. J. Higgins, D.D., Auxiliary Bishop of ...

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

THE MAEIANTY CUEE for Rheumatism, Sciatica, G-out, etc., is the only real Permanent Cure known. It gives relief in three hours, and effects a cure 10 to 80 days, according to the severity of the case. It has no Rival or Equal, and it lias cured Hundreds of the most hope less cases. It is a God send to the poor sufferer. We send advice Free to those using the MARIANTY CURE. DON'T DESPAIR; bat send full details of yonr sufferings, and get a supply of the MARI AWTY CURE. We have many Testimonials from those who have been sufferers for years, given lip by the Doctors as incurable, who are now fully and permanently cured. The MARIANTY CURE is sent direct carefully packed, Post Free, to any Address on receipt of Postal Order or Stamps. 2/6, 5/-, 7/6 per Bottle, or three 7/6 Bottles for £1. ALL the pre-eminent Specialists of the day thoroughly endorse the MARI ANTY DRUNK CURB as the Greatest Scientific Discovery of the present century — not only as a safe and absolutely Permanent Cure for ...

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

J ? l_ T3AD HA.BITS 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 establishment, and cheerfully pay a guinea for a pair of Boots that they could get at MARK FOY'S for FIFTEEN SHILLINGS. A CHANGE FOE THE BETTER. But when they have settled down, and there are three or four pairs of little feet to be shod, they drop all 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. MARK FOY holds one of the largest stocks of the best makes of European and American Boots and Shoes in Australia. And his PRICE...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE ST. PATRICK'S DAY CELEBRATION. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 April 1896

CORRESPONDENCE. | We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] THE ST. PATRICK'S DAY CELEBRATION. (to the editor of the catholto press.) Sir, — I perceive by your issue of April 4 that some of the prizes are not paid as yet, in consequence of the successful competitors not having given their addresses. With a view of avoiding such mistakes in future I would beg' to suggest that each successful competitor, on being awarded the prize, give their address to the secretary in charge of the sports in which they competed ere they left the ground. It is needless to say that a secretary should be ap pointed with the pudges presiding over each depart ment with a view of taking' any protests competitors may feel disposed to enter and pay for at the time or before the sports are over. All the secretaries would, of course, have to hand in their reports to the chief secretary, thus relieving that gentleman of much that I presume the present one has had to contend with...

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PRESENTATION TO THE REV. FATHER TIMONEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 April 1896

PRESENTATION TO THE REV. FATHER TIMONEY. ? * ? Otf Easter Sunday the members o£ St. Bene dict's choir presented Eev. Father Timoney with a beautiful gold chain as a token of their esteem. The presentation took place in the Presbytery after the High Mass. Mr. GK Boyle, conductor of the choir, speaking of the friendly relations that existed between them selves and Father Timoney, paid a high tribute to the unvarying kindness they had always received from him. Miss Milly Wynn having made the presentation in the name of all the members, Father Timoney acknowledged his thanks in a very happy speech. He regretted that, owing to the number of societies the administrator has to attend to, he was unable to pay as much attention to the choir as he was inclined to give, and as it so richly de served. He recalled, with pleasure, the time when Miss M. 'YVynn joined the choir, and, with three other voices, gave them regularly a charming quartette. He could also say that in Mr. Boyle they had a co...

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

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ST. MARK'S, DRUMMOYNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 April 1896

ST. MARK'S, DEUMMOYNE. A Mism Cantata was celebrated on Sunday, at: 1.1. a.m., by the Eev Father Moynagh. Tho music performed by the choir was Farmer's 'Mass in B.'J At tho offertory an 'O Sainfoins' was sting by Mrs. W. K Larkin, principal soprano. Mrs. W. Cruise acted as organist. The performance was in all respects excellent.

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CATHOLIC SOCIALISM. Leon Harmel. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 April 1896

CATHOLIC SOCIALISM. . ? ▲ ? Leon Harmel. In a recent issue of the Fortnightly Review, Mrs. Crawford gives an interesting account of Leon Harmel' s wool-spinning factory in Val-des-Bois, near Rheims. The writer, who can wield a pen with much grace and force, is in full sympathy with her subject, her Catholic instincts aiding her to appreciate the work of tho distinguished Catholic industrialist. Leon Marmel is an intimate friend of Leo XT 11. , and professes the very principles laid down by I Ms Holiness in his famous 'Encyclical on Labour.' While others have been theorising on solutions of the social problem, Harmel has succeeded, in carrying out in practice a wise and adequate solution of his own. He disagrees in some matters with Count de Mun, and in still more with the adherents of the Le Play school ; but he condemns as utterly wild and impracticable every attempt to settle the labour difficulty on any but a Christian basis. His distinctive merit does not lie, however, in the ex...

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ST. CHARLES'S, WAVERLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 April 1896

ST. CHARLES'S. WAVERLEY. On Easter Sunday, High Mass was celebrated by the Rev. Father Birch, O.S.F., with the Eov. Father Mullan and the Very Rev. Father Kennedy, O.S.F., respectively, as deacon and sub-doiicon. Tho music was Delany's Mass. Mrs. Despoiutos and Mrs. Hunt (sopranos), Miss Cannon (contralto), Mr. 1.1. Brewor (tenor), Mr. G. Brewer (bass). Mr. H. Brewer conducted, and Miss Maggie Tracoy was the organist.

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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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THE "CATHOLIC PRESS." Large Meeting at the Sacred Heart. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 April 1896

THE 'CATHOLIC PRESS-' ? ? T^ Large Meeting at the Sacred Heart. An interesting lecture on the claims o£ The Catholic Press on the support of the Catholics of the colony was delivered in the Sacred Heart Hall by the Rev. J. Bunbury on March 26. The Very Kev. Dr. Carroll, V.G-., presided, and there were on the platform llev. J. P. Moynagh, Rev. J. M. Ryan, Rev. J. J. O'Driscoll, Rev.E.M. O'Callaghan, Rev. D. McCarthy, Rev. M. Malone, Rev. J. Hyland ; Messrs. J. E. S. TIenerie, Dwyer, Burke, etc. A letter of apology was read from Mr. Donnellan, expressing hearty sympathy with the objects of the meeting, and asking his name to be placed on the list of subscribers to The Catholic Press. A resolution, asking the meeting to earnestly support The Catholic Press, proposed in a ringing speech by Rev Father Moynagh, and ably seconded by Father O'Callaghan, was carried amidst great enthu siasm. Mr. Dwyer appropriately proposed a vote of thanks to the lecturer, which was seconded by Mr. Henerie,...

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ST. JOSEPH'S, NEWTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 April 1896

ST. JOSEPH'S, NEWTOWN. A large congregation attended St. Joseph's Church, Newtown, on Easter Sunday, when a Missa Cantata was celebrated, the Rev. Father Battle officiating. The Very Eev. Dean Slattery, who has just returned after an extended visit to the Eotorua hot springs, New Zealand, preached on the subject of the Resurrection. Under the direction of Herr R. Pechotsch, the choir rendered the ' Kvrie.' ' Gloria,' and ' Credo,' from Haydn's Imperial Mass, and the ff Sanctus,' ' Benedictus,' and 'Agnus Dei,' from Weber's Mass in G. The soloists were Mrs. Wormald (soprano), Madame Pechotsch (contralto), Mr. T. Austin Craven (tenor), and Mr. Angelo (bass). At the offertory Neider meyer's ' Pater Noster ' Avas rendered with great artistic expression by Mr. Thorold Waters. Miss Lannen sang Masoheroni's 'Ave Maria/' and the full choir joined spiritedly in the EaBtor hymn, 'JETrec Dies.'

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

LOUIS GILLE & CO., Catholic Booksellers and Stationers (Successors to Finn Brothers and Co.), 586 GEORGE ST., and 75 LIVERPOOL ST., SYDNEY. NEW BOOKS.— POST FREE. s. a. Catholic Magazine. Edited by Lady Korr, Vol. I., complete ? 6 0 Catholic Magazine, Monthly Parts, from June to December, 1895 ? 0 8 Our Own Story, nncl Other Tales. Rose Mulholland ... 2 9 Somo Protestant Fictions Exposed ? 1 3 A Mother's Sacrifice. A. M. Clarke ? 1 3 Mero Gillette ? 1 3 A Runaway Marriage. Mrs. W. Maude ? 1 3 Joan of Arc. Lady Kerr. Wrapper, Half Cloth ? 1 9 A Protestant Converted to Catholicity ? 1 3 Reasons for Rejecting Anglican Orders ? 1 2 Cardinal Manning, j. R. Gasquet ? 1 3 Sister Dominions. Through Canada to Australia. J. P. Hogan ? 3 11 The Jewish Rnce in Ancient and Roman History. Crook 6 6 Mother Rose Cohmiba. Adams ? ' ? 7 0 Disunion and Reunion. W. J. Madden ? U 5 Priesthood as a Groat Fact in Human History. W. J. Madden ? 0 7 Tan.Ho : A Tale of Travel and Adventure. S, T. Croo...

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ST. JAMES' CHURCH, FOREST LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 April 1896

ST. JAMES' CHUECH, FOREST LODGE. Easter Sunday was observed at this church with all due solemnity. Four Masses were celebrated by the Revs. P. L. Coonan and M. Hogan, and the number of communicants were exceedingly large. The altars were elaborately decorated, and the pretty church never looked better. At the eleven o'clock Mass one of the greatest musical treats the congregation experienced was when Gounod's 'Missa de Paaues' (The Easter Mass) was rendered by a full choir, with a complete orchestra of string1, wood, and wind. The principals were Miss J. D. Wood, Miss Fitz patrick, Miss Quilty, Miss Costello, and Messrs. G. A. Bernasconi. M. Maher, G. J. Fitzpatrick, and H. Eisenstaedter. At the offertory ' Haec Dies ' was sung, an'd at the conclusion of the Mass the Hallelujah Chorus from the ' Messiah ' was given with great effect. In both these items the singers had the assistance of the organ and full orchestra. Miss Eisenstaedter was the organist. Mr. T. M. O'Neill, manager of ...

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

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ST. JOSEPH'S, WOOLLAHRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 April 1896

ST. JOSEPH'S, WOOLLAHBA. In this church the ceremonies ot the week were solemnly carried out by tho Franciscan Fathers. On Holy Thursday the Rev. Father Slattery was celebrant of the Mass, the Rev. Father Gaynor deacon, and the Rev. Father Joyce sub-deacon. In the evening Father Gaynor preached on the Blessed Eucharist. The Altar of Repose was beautifully decorated. On Good Friday the Mass of the Pre sanctified was celebrated at 7.30. The Very Eev. Father Slattery was celebrant, the Rev. Father Gaynor deacon, and the Ebv. Father Joyce sub deacon. In the afternoon the stations of the Cross were said. In the evening a sermon on the Passion was preached by the Eov. Father Fitzgerald. On Easter Sunday Father Slattery was ce lob rant of the High Mass, and Fathers Gaynor and Fitzgerald respectively deacon and sub-deacon. The choir, under the direction of Mr. Granvillo Brown, sang selections from Haydn's 'No. 2 JMiiss ' and Weber's 'Mass in G-.' The principal singers were Misses Kearney an...

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CATHOLIC NEWS. (FROM CONTEMPORARIES.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 April 1896

CATHOLIC NEWS. (From Contemporaries.) The German Emperor has issued a rescript to his army granting full permission for the exer cise of religion. His Majesty declares that ' he has at heart the preservation and develop ment of religious sentiments.' A stirring appeal to Catholics to arouse themselves against Freemasonry comes from Mgr. Fava, Bishop of Q-renohle. He calls Freemasonry ' a State within a State,' and shows its object to be the demolition of religion, and with it the destruction of every elevated idea and noble sentiment, and the sinking of mankind into a sleep of base plea sure. He does not despair of conquering this direful foe. ' Up !' he cries, ' the Lord is with us, and the Pope gives us his blessing !' Many people wonder that no mention is made either in letter or in telegram of the Capuchin Fathers, who are with the Italian troops in Africa. Earely is Father Michel e mentioned, though he has only recently re covered from a severe indisposition. This silence is du...

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

ST. BENEDICT'S. The ceremonies of Holy Week were carried out this year at St. Benedict's with the usual solemnity. The church was full at every function. There was Pontifical High Mass on Holy Thursday morning at seven o'clock, Monsignor Verdon, Bishop-elect of Dunedin, being assistant priest, Father Carroll deacon, Father Baugh sub-deacon, and F. Whyte master of ceremonies. Father Timoney was also present. After Mass the Blessed Sacrament was carried in procession by the Bishop to the Altar of Repose, which had been decorated by the ladies of the Altar Society. During the clay the faithful who paid a visit to the Blessed Sacrament wore very numerous. In the evening the church was thronged to its utmost. After tho Rosary Father Mclnorney, S.J., preached an eloquent sermon on the Feast. The Mass of the Presanctified was celebrated on Good Friday by Dr. Verdon, who was assisted by tho priests attached to the church. After the unveiling of the Cross the Procession took place, in which ...

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

ST. JOSEPH'S CONVENT, WINDSOR. HIGH-CLASS BOARDING SCHOOL iron YOUNG LADIES. Tlio Curriculum includes all the Ordinary School Subjects, and Pupils are prepared for University Examinations. Resident Pivpils receive every attention. For Prospectus apply to THE SUPERIORESS. ME S S A Q E R I E S MA.KITIMES. 1111 ' ' SYDNEY TO LONDON, via COLOMBO and PARIS. Stoamors of (5500 tons, under postal, contract with tho French Government, calling at MELBOURNE, ADELAIDE, ALBANY, COLOMBO, SUEZ, and PORT SAID, will bo despatched monthly as follows : AUSTB ALIEN... Gar bo ... Ap'l. 22.. April 25 ,., April 27 V. dolaOlOTAT. l^insolii ... May 20.. HI ay 2!5... ]\Jny S6 POLYN.10SIHN.. Honiara'... Juno 17.. .luno '20,. Juua 22 AKM'D BhJMIO.. Poydauot. . July 15... July 18... July 20 Passengers booked to BOMBAY, INDIA CHINA, BATAVIA and JAPAN. Passage money, «B25 to .£70, including table wines. RETURN TICKETS, available for 0 or 12 months, at DEDUCED BATES. ENGLISH SPOKEN ON BOARD. Passage money can bo p...

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