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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 25 April 1896

N.S.W. FRESH FOOD & ICE CO., LTD., ^ (The COUNTRY MILK TRADE. PioneeSfof} The FACTORY SYSTEM OF BUTTER j^*^^ 1 MAKING (which has done so much * V. for the Colony and Colonies). The CREAMERY SYSTEM OE'\ aT. BUTTER-MAKING (which has done / ^.^^s* „ more)- ^ JgfZL REFRIGERATION. ICE-MAKING. ) *^ 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. B*MlO»WW»BllMt-tlMUUOOOC»DUU(JOUUOQ[l)tmUUllOUIUUUUUUOMUOMU^UUUUtlOnMOU»^ Visit the City Depots (Refreshment) [ ; [ f3 ^oAl^arcade '- } M mmm TEA Note. — Arrangementa may be made at either of these Depots for Afternoon Teas for Private Parties. IWTHE FISH SHOP AT 135 KING STREET IS OIE OF THE BEST \U THE WORLD.^W SEND ORDERS TO THE 'HEAD OFFICE/' 25 HARBOUR STREET— THEY WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. AGENTS EVERYWHERE, H. PATESON, MANAGER. PARKER'S AUSTRALIAN HAIR PRESERVER LL. / , ^**^ '$ , * \, 44 1^ A MARVELLOUS REMEDY for the Ha...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTICES OF BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 25 April 1896

NOTICES OF BOOKS. ? ? ? ' Disunion and Reunion ' is the title of a recenfcly published work from the pen of the PvGv. W. J. Madden, of the Cathedral, Auckland. It is well printed on good paper, and brought out in very attractive form. As the author states in the preface, the book contains tho substance of a series of lectures that he delivered in Auckland while the question of the ' Reunion of Christendom' was prominently before the public. He is certainly to be congratu lated on this excellent contribution to a very burning question. The book may be read with pleasure by all classes, as there is nothing in it to offend the susceptibilities of the most partisan non-Catholics. He commences by making clear tho truism that true religion cannot stultify itself ; that, if Christ estab lished a Church (say) with an Infallible Head, it cannot be the spirit of Christ that asserts that such 'infallibility' is a 'damnable heresy.' In some bright and attractive chapters he then shows the cause...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
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ULSTER ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 25 April 1896

ULSTER ITEMS, Ancient implements of war, used in the time of Sir Phelim O'Neill, 1642, have been discovered in a field belonging to Mr. John S. Gervan, Stewart Arms Hotel, Balleygawley. On a recent Sunday night, a lecture was announced to be delivered by Mr. William Workman, in Coagh Orange Hall, County Tyrone. Mr. Workman is a local farmer. The lecturer selected as his subject, ' jjioerancy, unity, live ana let live, out as no an nounced at the meeting, his chief object in addressing them was to expound his views on the land question. Mr. C. B. Irwin occupied the chair. The lecturer said the chief object he had in coming before them was to say a few words on the land question. (Cheers and groans.) The farmers were the mainstay of the people — (cheers and groans) — traders and labourers were de pendent on the farmer for support- (Boo'sand cheers.) Owing to the price of farm produce in the markets and foreign competition, the farmers were never in i-mch a deplorable state. (Cheers an...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR CATHOLIC INSTITUTIONS. No. VII. MONTE SAN ANGELO, NORTH SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 25 April 1896

OUR CATHOLIC INSTITUTIONS. ? ? .-a. — ? -.... No. VII. MONTE SAW ANGELO, WORTH SYDNEY. Tins visitor to North. Sydney who lands fit Wilson's Point, and thoro takes tlio cable tram, will iincl himself in a few minutes at the gate of the Convent of the Sisters of Mercy. The extensive grounds, with thoir fino trees, Avill at once attract his admiration. Tho contrast is striking. There is tho European oak — now marking' the fall of the year— and tho bunya of tho semi-tropic north1. Both seem to flourish in their strange proximity. To the oak tho staghorn forii replaces its time-honoured mistletoe. Tho grounds also contain an orchard and a kitchen garden. Due provision, too, has been made for the cultivation of flowers. In these borders some fine camellia trees have a chief place. There is, as well, a pretty fernery, to which recently a couple of fern-trees from Tasmania have been added. Close by is a summer house, including an oratory, and in a convenient position a tennis court. The Con...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MUNSTER ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 25 April 1896

MTTNSTER ITEMS. Practically all tho evicted tenants on the Ponsonby estate, near Youghal, have now arranged with the estate officer to purchase their late holdings. Two skeletons were discovered in the quarry field back of Tralee Gaol a few days ago. It appears they were the remains of those who perished in tho prison during the famino days of 1846 and 1848. Mr. Thomas Hynes, Ballymulten, deposed he was about 98 years of age, and was 3G years a warder in the Tralee Gaol. He came there in May, '38, and remained there thirty-six years and four months. During the famine time several persons died m the gaol — two or three or four persons each night. There was also cholera at the same time, and he was suro it was from famine they died in the gaol, but, of course, some died from cholera. Head Constable : Suro, they would not be let die with hunger in the gaol. Witness : They used to be nearly dead when they came to the gaol. We used to bury thorn at tho baok of the gaol, and I saw some of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 25 April 1896

piONVENT OF MERCY, SAINT KIEEAN'S, \J GOLDEN GROVE. DRAWING OF PRIZES. . The folio-wing are the winning numbers : — 1st Prize, No. 353 ; 2nd Prisso, No. 411.

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
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THE IRISH ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 25 April 1896

THE IRISH ABROAD. General interest is felt in Glasgow at the selection of Mr. Richard M'GJiee as the Nationalist M.P, for Soujih, Louth. Mr. M'Ghee is well known to all classes in Scotland. Dtirintythe Land League days and the com mencement of the National League he was one of the local leaders in Irish affairs, and quite recently in hie appearance at the Homo Government Branch in the Dillon -Heal y debate ho gave a speoime?) of his ability as a rattling speaker. While the Right Hon. W. F. H. Lecky was surprising some people, both in the House and out of it, by his remarks about the political prisons, Mrs. Lecky was showing a keen interest in the work of that excellent organising body, the Irish Industri* s Association. Indeed, the wife of the new representative of the 'Borough of the College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity, near Dublin,' has taken for some time an active part in the work of the association to the coun cil of which t-he belongs. It was announced thac on St. Patric...

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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 — 25 April 1896

BERTHA; OR, THE POPE AND THE EMPEROR AN HISTORICAL TALE. BY WILLIAM BERNARD MACCABE. CHAPTER XIII. THE PARLIAMENT IN liMUNKFOBT. There were facts referred to in this speech oi: Bernhard oi: which it would be difficult to say what one amongst them was the most annoying to Henry to hear mentioned in that assembly. Ho found that even there, in that public assemblage, he was mixed up (although not named) with the criminalities of Egen, and bo unexpectedly did this exposure come upon him that he was incapable of making an observation upon the challenge now publicly delivered against his confidant by Bernhard ?'' ' Well, my lords and princes,' said .Dedi, ' what say you ? What can you reply to the challenge of Bernhard ? If you deem Otho not justified in refusing the duel with Egen, how can you sanction Egen's refusal to fight with Bernhard ?' ' I claim the right of borbidding it,' answered Croft, the new Bishop of Hildeaheini, ' and I do so on the ground that the cases of Egen and of Ber...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
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ST. BRIDGET'S SCHOOL, KENT STREET, ARGYLE PLACE. CONDUCTED BY THE SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 25 April 1896

ST. BRIDGET'S SCHOOL, KENT STREET, ARGYLE PLACE. Conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph:. On Thursday morning, April IGth, at 11 a.m., the Most Rev. Dr. Vi'dal, Bishop of Fiji, accompanied by Father Gruillemin, visited the above school. Fathers Aubry and Huault were at the school awaiting the arrival of His Lordship, and a little later on Fathers G misty, Lo !R.enuetel, and Piquet arrived. The mjIiooI, which has been painted recently, was decorated most tastefully for tho occasion with (lowers and everirroeus, and gave a very bright appearance. After receiving His Lord ship's blessing, tho children marched on to the ntug-o and sang ' A 'Welcome.' prepared especially for His Lordship. Four littlo tots from the Infant School came forward, one presenting tho Bishop with a card on which the words of the Welcome wore printed, tho others flowers and the programme. Miss Goldou. (.hen played ' March o Hougroiso' magnificently, and acted as accompanist very kindly. The senior girls next came...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 25 April 1896

BLANKETS' BLANKETS' BLANKETS' . Twenty Bales Bought Before the Advance in Wool. CALL AND INSPECT. THE VALUE IS THERE. 9-4 Whitney BLANKETS, 6s. lid. and 7s. lid. 11-4- Whitney BLANKETS, 12s. 9d. and 14s. 9d. 10-4. Whitney BLANKETS, 9s. lid. and 10s. 9d. ]2-4 Whitney BLANKETS, 15s. 6d. and 17s. 6d. ALL EXTRA VALUE AT LOWEST CASH PRICES. BOYS' REEFERS ? 4s. lid. Special Purchase of Boys' Deep Capo Overcoats, Pure Bannockburn Tweeds, best value ever offered, worth 22s. 6d. 10s. 6d. Boys' School Suits, in 50 patterns, un rivalled for wear... ... ... ... 4s. lid. Boys' Serge Sailor Suits, fast blue... ... 4s. lid. Do. do. do., extra quality, open fronts ... 6s. lid. Staff Serge Sailor Suits, open fronts ... 8s. lid. K.B. Suits, in dark mixtures and Scotch and other Tweeds ... Vs. 6d., 8s. lid. Youths' Sac Suits, in durable Serges and Tweeds ? 8s. lid., 10s. (id. Youths' Sac Suits, extra quality, 13s. 6d., lGs. 6d. Our own make Austral Youths' Sac Suits, equal to order ? 25s. to 37s. 6d. ...

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A CORRECTION. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 25 April 1896

A CORRECTION. (TO THE EDITOR OV THIS CATHOLIC VIIKHH.) Sir, — Most reluctantly I write to express dissent from your indiscreet reference to Cardinal Newman in your otherwise excellent article, ' Cardinal Manning,' in last week's issue of The Catholic Puess. Your unfoituiuito comparison of Manning with Newman, to the obvious disadvantage of the latter, has but too painfully illustrated the wisdom of tho proverb about comparisons. In this instance tho 'odious' indis cretion is an aggravated oil once from the deliberates maltreatment of tho illustrious oralorian. It passes comprehension how a Catholic journal could let such an unworthy estimate of the holy priest, tho 'keenly accurate' thinker, the eminent and learned Cardinal, the most courteous of his time, and, above all, a most accomplished Journalist, appear in its leading article. You enjoy the equivocal distinction of being singular, and alono among your co-religionists, in thusasporsiug a uoblo character that, happily, is too w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 25 April 1896

Eli E D. W. PARSONS, Auctioneer and Estate Agent. [Established 1880.] PROPERTIES BOUGHT AND SOLD, HOUSES LET, ESTATES MANAGED, VALUATIONS MADE FOR PROBATE and LAND AND INCOME TAX. -Accounts rendered Monthly. yiCTORIA CHAMBERS, 44 Castle read h-Stk bet, Opposite Australia- Hotel,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 25 April 1896

Australian Mutual Provident Societv Isthb °qldest and Mosi: prosperous lifea«Sub. ance Society in 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 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 j JOSEPH ABBOTT, Esq. ; A. W. MEEKS, Esq., J.P. ; THOMAS LITTLE JOHN, 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. FINN BROTHERS, EDUCATIONAL AND CATHOLIC BOOKSELLERS, MERCANTILE AND GENERAL PRINTERS. SCHOOL BOOKS and STATIONERY. Printed to Order. Incense Charcoal, Sanctuary Oil, Lace Pictures, Floats, Scapulars, Wax Tapers, &c, Our on...

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IRISH NEWS. LEINSTER ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 25 April 1896

IRISH NEWS. (From Contemporaries.) LEINSTER ITEMS. Mr. Frank Hugh O'Donnell, formerly M.P. for Dungarvan, at one time very prominently connected with Irish politics, and who recently wrote a striking pamphlet on 'Home Rule,' which spared neither McCarthyite nor Parnellite, has announced his intention to he an Independent candidate for the representation of South Louth. The annual meeting of the Carlow, Tinryland, and jaennirerry jsrancn l.JN.F. was Held in the Town Jbiall, Carlow, lately. The attendance was large and repre sentative, and the proceedings were characterised throughout by an enthusiastic spirit. The president (Mr. Hammond, M.P.) occupied the chair. Father Cullen said Mr. Davitt suggested, and he came with a message from Australia, that they might give up all hope of support unless they were \mited. Why were they not united ? It was simply for the gratification of some personal feeling on the part of individuals that they were not united. Mr. Engledow said they had hear...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 25 April 1896

JUT B S S A a E K IBS MAlil T IMES, SYDNEY TO LONDON, via COLOMBO and PA.E1S. Steamers of 0500 tons, under postal contract with tho French Government, calling- 'at MELBOURNE, ADELAIDE, ALBANY, COLOMBO, SUEZ, and POET SAIP, will bo despatched monthly as follows: BfcuitrnoIT ? Comiu'ncTr. '^«i7'''M«-n^u^'7^'lirhUJ J. p.m. J p.m. noon. AUSTIIALIJON... Giurl.10 ... Ap'l. 2iS.. April. 25 ,.. Anvil 27 V. dolii, CJ.OTAT. JTiusulii ,,. May 20.. ftlny tM... Muy 25 P0IjYN.ES I. MN., Honiara' ... Juno 17.. Junu W... .'Jimu 22 AKM'D J3J0HJ.O.. Poydunof, . July 15... July 18... July 20 Passengers booked, to BOMB A. Y, INDIA CHINA, BATAV.I.A and JAPAN. Passage money, ,&2b to .£70, including table wines. EETUEN TKJKETS, available for 9 or 1.2 months, at EEDUCED KATES. ENGLISH SPOKEN ON BOAED. Passage money can be paid hero for passages from Europe. Liberal, concessions to families. 'Upon arrival at Marseilles, English interpreters meet the passengers for London and yive them every assistan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 25 April 1896

ST. JOSEPH'S CONVENT, WINDSOR. HIGH-CLASS BOARDING SCHOOL .VOil YOUNG LADIES. The Curriculum includes all the Ordinary School Subjects, and Pupils are prepared for University Examinations. Resident Pupils receive every attention. For Prospectus apply to THE SUPERIORESS. /jWpPrice Lists, PaniphletsWp\ Wm iu :Efl^ctiv0 Boid °Stylo at §ml yBn^V' MURRAY & co.f niJnjy JT. FALLON'S PURE ALBUI4Y WINES.— 100 Mioiut,s, ? inolucHii(jf thoHo from t.1io Exhibitions of Amsterdam, Bor deaux, Vlonna, 'Calcutta, Philadelphia, London, ofcc, ota,— Mr. FaMjON positively yuarantoos Absoluto Purity, ami, for a hoalthy, nutritious bbvorntjo of a superior flavour, claims Unit his product stands at. tho huad of all wines. Ho has tho greatest oonndeuoo in recommending l'or Ai/mu Ubk, having the distiu guishod patronum) of His Eminonco tho Curtlinul-Arolibialiop of Sydney, His Lordship of Maitland, His Lordship of Gout jjurn, His Lordship of Wiloannia, His Lordship of Graftou, CKNTUA^ Dbpoi i 08 YORK...

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IMMORAL ADVERTISING. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 25 April 1896

IMMORAL ADVERTISING. (to the editor of the catholic press.) Sin, — Being away from home, I haven't been able till now to acknowledge the courteous attention my letter received from you in your issue of April 11. As I questioned your warrant for so confident a tone in speaking of our obligations as regards immoral advertising, I owe it to you and to myself that I should indicate how I would defend my position. It is possible that in doing so I may be taking the part of Devil's advocate ; but in that case I console myself with the reflection that Avhat I say will only have the effect of bringing out more fully the uf nnn iff li n.nrl 'i n sifvi og r*f vmir' r-AiTf.on^.i--in You say that a priest in using a paper containing an immoral advertisement for the notification to his people of any matter connected with religion does grave injury to souls, because he increases the paper's circulation, and thereby introduces its filth to minds it should not otherwise reach. This I fail to see. P...

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A GREAT WANT. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 25 April 1896

A GHEAT WANT. (TO THE EDITOR O.V THE CATHOLIO IMilSSS.) Sin, — The letter that appeared over tho signature of ff B. M. Eyan,' in your issue of April 4-, deserves the serious considerfitiou of every Catholic in the colony, and especially in Sydney, where, if we are not ' up and doing,' certainly not a small portion of our young men ' Avill have drifted from us.'. Now, Sir, the remedy is at hand, must bo applied, and that at once. Purely religious societies have influence only over a few, and, as tho Pastoral issued by the Catholic Hierarchy of .Australia, assembled in Council, says, ' Young men must have attractions suitablo for their age,' and that attraction is tho Catholic Young Mon's Society, as already established in two oi1 tli roe parishes, which is the first step towards bringing those who otherwise would not join into a religious society. St. Mary's being the principal parish in New South Wales, one would naturally think it would have a flourishing society of this kind conne...

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THE CATHOLIC TRUTH SOCIETY PUBLICATIONS. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 25 April 1896

THE CATHOLIC TRUTH SOCIETY PUBLICATIONS. (to the editor op the catholic tress.') Sir, — A long-felt want — an instructive and edifying paper — has now been supplied by The Catholio Press. Much good is done by a Catholic paper. It serves as an antidote to correct the poisonous effects of the venom frequently instilled into the daily press. It determines our bearings aa Catholics upon 'the issues of the day, and signals to us the danyers that beset us. The good work that The Catholic Press is doing would, I think, be much increased by the circulation of the Catholic Truth tracts amongst the people. Bad literature is acknowledged to bo one of the greatest evils of the present day. The faith of many a onoe zealous Catholic is often undermined by the infidel works that now abound. Hence the immense value of Catholic books. Tho Catholic Truth Society was founded by a number of priests and laymen for the purpose of distributing good and cheap literature among Catholics and Protestants. The...

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SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 25 April 1896

SOCIETY OP ST. VINCENT DE PAUL. The Solemn Oonsocration of: tho Ash field Conference to the Si lured. Heart of .Jesus was carried out on Sunday, the 12th hist., with a completeness of:' detail nevor before witnessed in connection with a similar oormnony in the city. The good 'Vinoentian Fathers had loft nothing undone which could in any way con tributo to success, and m response Do i.- abhor (.iannon b special invitation, His Lordship Hisliop .Wiggins had. most kindly promised to preach and give Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament; on fcho occasion. At tho evening; devotions, tho beautiful Church of St. Vincent was filled with a very largo con dition, when His Lordship the Bishop outored by tho main door, preceded by a procession oi:1 nearly 100 members of the Society, including- the vice president mid secretary of tho Superior Council, arid representatives of the conferences of St. Benedict's, St. Mary's, Newtown, Concord, Pyrmont, Petersham, Forest Lodge, Marriekvillo, Canipordow...

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