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NOTES AND COMMENTS. An Apotheosis of Thersites. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 18 April 1896

NOTES AND COMMENTS. ? ♦ ? An Apotheosis of Thersites. Mr. J. C. Neild is a great poet. He proved that by about three hours' talk at a late extraordi nary meeting convened in the City of Sydney for that purpose. He was, as usual, prepared for seven, four teen, or twenty-one hours of ' jawbone ' effort if necessary, but the audience received abundance of light and consolation in the three hours. It expressed itself as satisfied and contented, and, before separating, re corded its warm approval that J. C, whom ail the gods and graces have elevated to a high place among the ' Immortals,' should not be permitted to be treated as a creature of ordinary, vulgar flesh and blood by a' badly-clad crowd of unpoetic, soulless, unim passioned critics. It was a pity, though, that this marvellously-gifted genius should have permitted the extremely mundane passion of anger to hold dominion over him, even for a brief period of time. Such a moment of weakness gladdens the withered heart of the profan...

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AT HOME AND ABROAD. Opposing Principles. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 18 April 1896

AT HOME AND ABROAD. Opposing Principles. A hep out published by the Telegraph on the labour settle ment at Wilberforce, near Windsor, serves a double nurnose. It emotes. once more, an instance in which an effort of a socialistic tendency has failed, as well as gives a favourable account of a state of things based on an opposite principle. The writer reviews the circumstances under which the failure of another settlement — that, namely, at Pitt Town — had taken place. Its principle was co-operation. The writer thus sums up the result: — 'The laziest man in the com munity fared as well as the most active. The active man turned round, and declared that this was not good enough for him. If Smith wasn't going to do anything, no more was he. The standard of individual enterprise on the settlement soon had to be measured not by the work of the most industrious, but the work of the most idle.' g Wilberforce, we are told, bade tive Success. ^a*r ^-or ^ne same reason to share ' the same fate....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 18 April 1896

Telephone No. 496. Telephone No. 496. PEATE & HABCOURT, 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. nALLAGHAN'S \J BOOTS STAND HARD WEAR. Try Them. 305 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. ^mV ill ? J ***mE*l*P JQ -JCLj JL ?JULJ JtmiJbm Warn*? n» Awarded FIRST PRIZE and SPECIAL SILVER MEDAL by Royal Agricultural Society of Sydney, 1895. THKSK CHOICE TKAS MAY KU OBTAIN KO VWO'.\[ ATGHEELEY & PAWSOM, 257 Ctoorpe Street, Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 18 April 1896

544 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY (Opposite Town Hall), WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER. English Lover Watches, from £3. Eotherham's, from £3 15s. WaJthains, from £2. MR. SYDNKY HOBKN, EOYAL CONSERVATOR 1UM OF MUSIC, LEIPZIG, Pupil of Dr. Caul Ruin hoi ik, Etc., receives Pupils for Piano, Technique and Vortrag, and Theory of Music. Addbebs: 22 ORAIGEND ST., DARLINGHURST, On, PALING'S. CHAS. ANDERSON, TAILOR AND OUTFITTER, 80 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 Makors. FIRST-CLASS CUTTERS, and a staff with thorough experience of the particular wants of Clergymen. SILK HATS A SPECIALTY. Separate Show Rooms and Fitting Rooms set apart, exclusively pri vato. Inspection or inquiry by correspondence respect fully invited. COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS SPECIAL TERMS. WRIGHT BROS'. Boots are 853 GEORGE STREET (Near Oyelor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 18 April 1896

Messrs. H. J. Lindeman's Australian Wines, -iHli'li*-liMH-l|Hl--tiHH-t,HH-ltM|r' The accompanying1 table gives the composition of a number of samples of wine produced by Mr. H. J. Lindcnian, of Cawarra. The samples examined were all personally selected by myself in company with Mr. F. B. Kyngdon, of the Siidnt'ij Mail, and represent fair average samples of the bulk of tha Patersou Kiver nnd neighbouring vineyards. Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 11, 12, and 13 were drawn directly from casks selected haphazard in the cellars at Cawarra, containing 1,000 to 2,000 gallons each, the bottles being filled from two or three different casks, and mixed again before analysis, so that each samplo represents the average of several different casks. Nos. 5 and 6 were drawn in the same way from casks containing from 1,500 to 2,000 gallons each, in Mr. Lindeman's Sydney cellars. Nos. 7, S 9, 14, and 15 are bottled wines selected haphazard from the binns in tho Exchanges Cellars, and represent the bulk of the wine...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 18 April 1896

WRITE FOR OUR \ ^^^l^fc^^^^^l / ILLUSTRATED V^^SBSi^i^ii^^fe^E^ /**, PRICE LIST. ?ffi'X ^^i ? / ™ J\ 'f L 4- & 746 GEORGE ST.(Haymarket), SYDNEY wi ^ H 111 ^ lOfS & I 0 28° B0URKE STREET- MELBOURNE ?» y ivIlilOlvll0^ lj'o967 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 18 April 1896

SHIPPING. PENINSULAR AND ORIENTAL S.N. COMPANY. The Royal Mail Steamships of the above Company will be Despatched from Circular Quay (Macquarie Point) at 1 p.m., and from Melbourne and Adelaide, on the following dates, at Noon. FOR LONDON, Touching at the usual intermediate ports en route. »i , ? Leave — ? ^ Steamer. g Commander. a,,Bn,' Mel- Ade H Sydney. bourne- ]akle# 1896. 1890. 1800. Oceana ? 6670 E. Stewart ... Apl. 27 May 2 May 6 ?Victoria ... 6527 W.D.Worcester May 11 May 16 Mny 20 tBrifctania ... 6525 J. L. Parfifcfc ...May 25 May .'30 June 3 And thenceforward every alternate week. *Talring' passengers for Venice, f Calling1 at ITobart. RATES OF PASSAGE MONEY TO LONDON : First Saloon ? .£60 to £10. Second Saloo ? ,£35. £37, .£40 Return Tickets ? £65 to ,£105 Passage Money can be paid here for Passages from England. For further particulars apply at the Company's Offices, corner Pitt and Bridge streets. T. M. SHIELDS, Acting Agent. ORIENT LINE OF ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. The foll...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 18 April 1896

ORIENT CLOTHING GIVES UNIVERSAL SATISFACTION, AND IS UNEQUALLED FOR FIT, STYLE, AND WEAR. All Garments are Out from the Best Models, and the [Materials Thoroughly Shrunk. The ORIENT 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 CLERICAL CLOTHING IS ACKNOWLEDGED THE BEST KEADY-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~~AND COMPANY, GEOliGE AND BARRACK STREETS, SYJJJNEV. ST. MAEY'S COLLEGE, High-Class Boarding School for Young L,adies, ROSEBANK, FIVE DOCK, SYDNEY. Undor the Patronage of His Emlnonoo the Cardinal-Archbishop and Eight Bey. J. Elgglns, D.D., Auxiliary Biohop of Sydnay. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 18 April 1896

RHEUMATISM CURE. THE MARIANTY CURE for Rheumatism, Sciatica, Gout, 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 has cured Hundreds of the most hope less cases. It is a G-od send to the poor sufferer. We send advice Free to those using the MARIANTY CTJRK DON'T DESPAIR; but send full details of yonr sufferings, and get a supply of the M ARI ATNTTY CURE. We have many Testimonials from those who have been sufferers for years, given up 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. DRUNK 'CURF. ALL the pre-eminent Specialists of the day thoroughly endorse the MARIANTY DRUNK CURE as the Greatest Scientific Discovery of the present century — not only as a safe and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 18 April 1896

I ? 1 GOOD GROUNDS to BOAST. FOY doesn't BOAST, but the temptation is very great. His DRESS MATERIALS last Winter were something to boast about. But they're not in it with the VALUES offered this Winter. Besides, the fabrics themselves are choicer, and there is a much ampler variety than in any previous year. THE ATTENTION OF MOST LADIES STILL CENTRES in CREPONS and CURL CLOTHS, those lovely fabrics, in all shades, which MARK FOY introduced to Sydney ladies a few weeks ? ago. Price, from Is. 4jjd. per yard. THE FIRST HALF-HOUR you have to spare look in and examine them, whether you mean to buy or not. You won't be WORRIED AT 'FOY'S. MORNING is the best time, before the rush of the day sets in ; but that's a matter of convenience. COUNTRY LADIES !— As the Big Show is nearly dead, you should find time to spend ' an hour at MARK FOY'S. See the great hum of business, the pleasantry of everyone, the good humour and utter freedom to buy or leave it alone, but above all THE ONE GREAT GEM, ...

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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 18 April 1896

CYCLING. The cycling season was opened on Saturday last by the Cyclists' Union and tlie Amateur Athletic Association. To mark the occasion a sports meeting was held at Sir Joseph Banks' Grounds, Botany. An enjoyable afternoon was spent, and in the evening a programme of music was gone through. On Monday the League of Wheelmen presented Mr. P. Webster, Secretary of the Agricultural So ciety, with a handsome medal, designed by Mr. Kerr, of George-street. In making the presentation Mr. Williams referred to the services rendered by Mr. Webster in having a cycling track laid down. Mr. Webster said the new Hampden track would be completed by the date of the Megson-Lewis benefit meeting. Entries closed on Wednesday last for the compli mentary bicycle meeting to Megson and Lewis. Two mile, one-mile, and a half-mile handicap will be run. As an additional attraction the moto-cycle will be used. Both Martin and Parsons have announced their intention of connoting. Mr. T. P. Jenkins concluded a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 18 April 1896

LINDEMAN'S CAWARRA WINES. . .... ? '..???? i .— . - - *?* n j ? - §j^ YINEYAMB, HUNTER MIYEU. AUSTRALIAN WINES ANALYSED, ? ¥ CAWARRA WINES COMPARED WITH EUROPEAN, Eeport of the Chemist to the Department of Agriculture. Copy of Mr. F. B. &uthrie's Report.

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CRICKET. SATURDAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 18 April 1896

CRICKET. SATURDAY'S MATCHES. The match, East Sydney and Paddington, was continued on Saturday on the Sydney Cricket Ground, and the latter club made a total of 462 runs. The play was, however, greatly in their favour, owing to the high wind which was blowing*. Wides were the order of the day, and the fielders experienced considerable difficulty in taking- catches, as a result of which a number were missed. Glebe, playing against North Sydney, on the latter* s ground, knocked up 197 for nine wickets, and are thus 20 to the good over the Northerners. Waverley made 170 against Central Cumberland's 119, and when stumps were drawn tho latter club had three wickets down for 6 ft. Burwood put up 1.51 against the University, and the game stands as follows : — University, first innings, 100 ; second, two wickets for 69. Burwood, first innings, 151. The Second-Grade Competition. — The second grade competition has been secured by Leichhardt with 8 points. North Sydney comes next with 7, and Re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 18 April 1896

Australian Mutual Provident Societv Isthe0oldest and Mobt Prospbrous ^™asSUB- . iiin ? ? »My-M anck Society 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 Oittce which Declares A BONUS EVERY YEAR. 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. R. HILL, Esq., Deputy-Chairman; JOSEPH ABBOTT, Esq. ; A.W.MEEKS, Esq., J.P. ; 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. EDUCATIONAL AND CATHOLIC BOOKSELLERS, MERCANTILE AND GENERAL PRINTERS. SCHOOL BOOKS and STATIONERY. Printed to Oiideii. Incense Charcoal, Sanctuary Oil, Lace Pictures, Floats, Scapulars, Wax Tapers, &c, PRINTING WORKS...

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LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 18 April 1896

LAWN TENNIS. On Saturday H. Rice, playing in the competition for the captaincy of the Sydney Club, defeated II. R. Grossman, the champion of the colony. The scores were 6-3, fi-2, 1-6, 6-4-. The high wind greatly interfered with the players.

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AQUATICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 18 April 1896

AQUATICS. The amateur championship of Queensland was decided on Saturday last, when M. J. Slack, of Brisbane, defeated J. C. Quesly, of Southport, with ridiculous ease by a quarter of a mile in Hnrin. 18£sec. The course was about three miles on the Bulimba Reach. The complimentary regatta tendered to Lord Brassey was brought off on Saturday last, and proved a thorough success. Owing to the stiff westerly gale that was blowing a considerable number of the entrants did not put in an appearance. Several capsizes occurred, but fortunately they were not attended by anything more serious than a good ducking. The Lund liner Yarrawonga was the flag ship, and the fine steamer was largely patronised by the public. One of the most interesting items on the programme was the race for service boats, in which Lord Brassey and the Admiral of the Duguay Trouin each sailed his own boat. During the after noon Lady Brassey held an ' at home ' on board the Sunbeam. The Newcastle rowing people are respon...

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BERTHA; OR, THE POPE AND THE EMPEROR AN HISTORICAL TALE. BY WILLIAM BERNARD MACCABE. CHAPTER XIII. THE PARLIAMENT IN FRANKFORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 18 April 1896

BERTHA; OR, THE POPE AND THE EMPEROR ^ ? . ? AN HISTORICAL TALE. BY WILLIAM BERNARD MACCABE. CHAPTER XIII. OtttJiS PAKMAMENT IN liUtANKFOltT. The proceedings, on this occasion, were com menced by Henry, who thus addressed his hearers : ' Princes, dukes, archbishops, bishops, abbots, counts of the empire, wo have unwillingly, but yet, perforce, felt ourselves compelled, to summon you to a colloquy with us this day. We have done so unwillingly, for we well know that it is a grievous burden upon most of you to have to travel such a distance upon affairs which can but remotely, as individuals, concern you ; and yet we have done so because, as members of the German empire, it is of vital consequence to you that no treason, of any one individual should tend to diminish and, mayhap, destroy that empire, which we, when taking the oath of emperor, are bound to swear that we shall augment. ' We have done so, perforce, because the occasion has arisen when we felt ourselves compelled to call ou...

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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 18 April 1896

aouLBURjsr. On Easter Sunday iirst Mass was celebrated by Right Rev. Dr. Gallagher, when hundreds of people approached the Holy Communion. At eleven o'clock there was a Solemn Ponti fical High Mass celebrated by the Bishop Dr. Lanigan, assisted by Fathers Andrew and Augustine, of the Passionist Order, with Father Donovan as master of ceremonies His Lordship Dr. Gallagher was present in the sanctuary, and preached an eloquent ser mon on the festival of the day. The cathedral choir, which showed excellent form, gave a really splendid rendition of Gounod's Easter I.T.1.HI3W, IV lull UiuiiCDUiivi a^v/um|/juiuuv.iuii n,i i. . W. Carey-Taylor conducted, and Mr. G-. McConnell presided at the organ, and they, as well as the vocal members, have every reason to be proud of the choir's success. The choir was entertained immediately after Mass by His Lordship, who provided light refresh ment, In the evening Vespers were sung and Solemn Benediction of the Holy Sacrament given by Dr. Lanigan, ass...

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IRISH NEWS. The Attitude of the Tories. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 18 April 1896

IRISH NEWS. ? ♦ ? (From Contemporaries.) The Attitude of the Tories. Mr. Dillon, speaking at the Drogheda Convention on Friday, February 27, referred to the statement repeatedly made that the 'the Tories would kill Home Rule by kindness.' Dur ing1 the fortnight of the session that had expired, he said, there had been an opportunity of testing their attitnde. In the first place, wo opened by proposing a resolution on the subject of Home 'Rule/which, gave the Government an opportunity of declaring its policv upon that question, and we got a repetition of the si-atemeut marie last autumn by Mr. Balfour, that they would never concede any measure of selfgovern ment, to Ireland. In the next place, Mr. Redmond put forward the question of amnestv, and we were undoubtedly led to believe in this country that, owing to the lapse of time and many other considerations, the present Government would be more fielding than the Government that went before it on the ques tion of amnesty, and we were m...

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EASTER CELEBRATIONS. HURSTVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 18 April 1896

EASTER CELEBRATIONS. ? ♦ ? HURSTVILLE. With, becoming solemnity the festival of Easter was celebrated in the pretty little church at Hurstvilie. Mass was said by the Rev. leather McDermott, who also preached a very eloquent sermon. An efficient choir, with organ and violin accompaniment, the organist being Miss Osborne, and the violinist Miss '.FJorrie Osborne, rendered most creditably ' Bordese's Mass in F Major,' and for an offertory 'Regina Cooli,' the solo parts being WtJU HUBWUJueu vy xv.ir». .fcviriv, xu.ihh w jjiich, Miss Minnett, and Mr. M. O'Brien, all of whom were in excellent voice. Immediately after the ' [Elevation,' Miss Osborne, who possesses a most pleasing and well-trained soprano voice, sang with telling effect Hummel's ' 0 Salutarus.' The service con cluded with the Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament, leather McDermott again officiating. The exquisite floral decorations of the altar and sanctuary reflected the greatest credit on the Misses Minnett and O'Brien, w...

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