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ITALY AND THE PAPACY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 25 April 1896

ITALY AJ5TO THE PAPACY. His Holiness, on hearing of the Italian disaster in Abyssinia, gave instructions that the ' Te Deum' which had been prescribed for an approaching festival should not be sung, and that certain other ceremonies of a joyous character should be omitted. This was only as it should be, nor would the world's opinion of Pope Leo's charitableness and magnanimity have permitted us to ex pect from him anything unsympathetic or narrow-minded. Complaints many and strong the Head of the Church justly has against the Italian Government, and very little consideration do they deserve at his hands. Yet, his sympathy was as expressive as sympathy well could be, for his acts of humanity and patriotism are of the truest material, deriving as they do their inspira tion from religion. * # * The events of the past thirty years have given the strongest possible proofs of the relentless hostility that the leading statesmen of Italy bear to the Holy See. Signor Crispi said more than tw...

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CONNAUGHT ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 25 April 1896

CONNAUGHT ITEMS. The Governorship of Jamaica will beoome vacant in April next, when Sir Henry Blake's term will expire. Sir Henry's administration has been a conspicuous success, and his departure will be much regretted by all classes. This post is worth £6,000 a year, but Mr. Chamberlain contemplates reducing the salary to £6,000 a year. Sir Henry is a brother of Mr. P. Blake, manager of the Bank of Ireland, Galway. The Marquis of Clanricarde, through his agent, has notified to the Portumua guardians recently his inten- tion to evict the following of his tenants— Bridget Fahey, Killimore; J. Egan, Killimore; T. Treacey, Graiguenacarragh ; John, Catherine, and Martin Boohan, Graiguenaoarrah ; Timothy Meara, Bally van ourra ; and Anne Meara, Coolgorey. The chairman, Mr. Laurence Taylor, remarked that they had enough of those evictions already.

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SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 25 April 1896

SOCIAL. St. '.nioiiias' Church, Lewisham, was recently the scene of a pretty marriage between Miss Mary B. Freeman, eldest daughter of Mr. J. Freeman, of O'Connell Plains, and Mr. William Condon, of Locksley. The Rev. Father Long performed the ceremony. The bride, who was given away by her brother, was tastefully attired in a trained gown of white silk, a long tulle veil, and wreath of orange blossoms. Miss Nellie Freeman was bridesmaid, and wore a pale blue dress, trimmed with white lace. A reception was subsequently held in the city, among those present being Mr. and Mrs. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. MacLean, Miss O'Keefe, the Misses O'Neill, Kerin, Donnellan, Stableton, and Messrs. Freeman, McNamara, find Fahey. V An excellent dance was given by Captain Clarke on the Orizaba last week. The saloon was used for dancing, and the decks were enclosed for the con venience of those who desired to promenade. * The St. yincent's Hospital Ball Committee held a meeting last week in the Town Hall. A...

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IRISH NEWS. LEINSTER ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

IRISH NEWS. ? 4, ? (From Contemporaries.) LEINSTER ITEMS. A letter has been receivod by Mr. John Dillon, M.P., from Mgr. Kelly, Rector of tho Irish College at Rome, to the effect that, on tho 2nd inst., ho had the honour of laying- at tho feet of tho Holy Father Mr. Dillon's personal felicitations, and telling* him the Irish Party had elected a new chairman. Tho Holy Father interrupted and said — ' Dillon, is it not ? Has he accepted ?' Mgr. Kelly replied in tho affirmative, and tendered Mr. Dillon's* homage. Tho Pope said — ' I bloss him, and let thorn bo united ; let them bo united.' Glowing reports como to hand of the progress made throughout tho country in the preservation of tho Irish language. The year 1895 shows an in creased advance on 1894, tho number of pupils who presented themselves for examination being- 1,1.31, as compared with 1,05.1 in 1894, and 831 in 1893. A larger number passed — namely, 760 in 1S95, ns against 670 in 1894. Again, the number of pupils who passed t...

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THE IRISH ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

THE IRISH ABROAD. There was an all-night sitting of Parliament on Thursday, March 19. On the Army Estimates, Mr. Dillon, Mr. W. Redmond and others protested against the robbery of King* Prompeh and the immense sum of public money the expedition cost, and tho debate only concluded after the Closure had been moro than once applied. On the Navy Estimates, which fol lowed, Mr. Dillon, Mr. Healy and Mr. Redmond again returned to tho attack by way or protest against the way Ireland was treated in connection, with naval expenditure. There is a g-limpso of old times about the announcement that the House adjourned at a quarter past five next morning, especially when we find that tho all-night battlo was fought out by members of both sections sido by side. The crushing victory of Scotland over England, on March 14th, is further testimony to the soundness of the Irish form. The Scotch team just held its ground against the Irish team, who wore unlucky not to havo pulled off a victory. And now t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

BLANKETS ! BLANKETS! BLANKETS ! Twenty Bales Bought Before the Advance in Wool. CALL AND INSPECT. THE VALUE IS THERE. O-'li Whitney BLANKETS, Gs. lid. and 7s. lid. 11-4 Whitney BLANKETS, 12s. Od. and Ms. 9d. 10-4 Whitney BLANKETS, 9s. lid. and 10s. Od. 12-4. Whitney BLANKETS, 15s. Gd. and 17s. 6d. ALL EXTRA VALUE AT LOWEST CASH PRICES. BOYS' REEFERS ? 4s. lid. Special Purchase of Boys' Deep Cape Overcoats, Pure Bannockbxirn Tweeds, best value ever offered, worth 22s. 6d. 10s. Cd. Boys' School Suits, in 50 jDatterns, 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 ... 7s. Gd,, 8s. lid. Youths' Sac Suits, in durable Serges and Tweeds ? 8s. lid., 10s. Gd. Youths' Sac Suits, extra quality, 13s. fid., 10s. Gd. Our own make Austral Youths' Sac Suits, equal to order ? 25s. to 37s. Gd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

FEED. 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. VICTORIA CHAMBERS, 44 Oastlejieagh-Strbbt, Opposite Australia Hotel.

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AQUATICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

AQUATICS. i Lambert, Bannister, and Daley are training for the | test race in connection with the Public Schools regatta, I whioh comes off next Saturday, Balmain, Glebe, Mer '; cantile and Enterprise have been in work for both the Junior Eights and Maiden Fours. The Senior Fours will probably fall through. Geo. Towns v. Chris. Neilsen have signed articles to row a race in best and best boats on the RaymondTer ,.; race course for £200 a-side. .?/ ?;? The New South Wales eight is hard at work pre J paring for the coming intercolonial race. A good ;] deal of practice has been put in on the Lane Cove. 'S Sawyer and Poarson are showing first-rate form. I The eight-oar race between the Melbourne, Ade 1 laide and Sydney Universities will bo rowed on the I Saltwater River, Melbourne, to-day (Saturday). 1 —_ ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

Telephone 1482. DENTIST, ST. JAMES5 CHAMBERS, Opposite the Queen's Statue, KING STREET. 3STOTB. 1. The exact Pee can be ascertained before the work is undertaken. 2. Where there are two or more members of a family to be attended to, a Special Reduction is allowed. 3. A Duly-qualified Lady Assistant is always in attendance. The Scale of Pees, also the Methods of Saving the Teeth, as practised by Mr. HARRIS, can be obtained upon application to above address. GEORGE BAUMANN, CATERER, CONFECTIONER & PASTRYCOOK, Telephone 745. 107 PITT STREET. Comfortable Dining Rooms for Ladies and Gentlemen. Fitted throughout with the Electric Light. Banquets, Ball Suppers, Picnics, Dinners, Wedding Breakfasts and Receptions, &c, catered for in First-class stylo.

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BERTHA; OR, THE POPE AND THE EMPEROR AN HISTORICAL TALE. CHAPTER XIV. THIS RECONCILIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

BERTHA) OR, THE POPE AND THE EMPEROR ^ ? ? 0 AN HISTORICAL TALE. BY WILLIAM BERNARD MACCABE. CHAPTER XIV. TIIH llEaONOIMA/HON. Ono of the most romarkablo mon of tho eleventh oonfcury was the papal legate, whoso unexpected and unlookod-for appoaranoo on this occasion at .Frankfort produood ho muoh terror to the court, and oxoited such emotion in the parliament convoked by Henry. This papal logato was the cardinal and bishop of Ostia, Peter Damian — a poet, a philosopher, a profound scholar ; an author, whoso works are still road with admiration — a man whoso bonevolonco was bouudloas, and his charity so groat, that ho had boon known to part oven with his pontifical ring, when all his othor moans wore exhausted, to proouro money and food for the poor — a man who was most respected, and most feared by .his con tern - porarios on aooouut of hi« unceasing and uncompro mising oirorts as a Church Reformer — a man so stern in his principles that ho deolarod all ecclesiastics to bo guilty of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

Among t\m marriages to bo soon eelobratod of greatest interest in Ireland are tho.se of Captain Dennis Daly, of Dunsandlo, with Miss Eoso Brassoy, niece of Lord Urassoy 5 of Captain Gerald Deaso, of 'l.'i.irbotstown, Westmoath, with Miss Marloy, of Hobart, Tasmania 5 and Mr. Era lei no, with the Hon. Miss Violet White, Lord Annaly's sister. As will be seen by an advertisement hi another column, Mr. Llewellyn C. Russell- Jones, M.I?., is a candidate for the directorate of the Australian Mutual Provident Society. The paragraph in our last issue, of course, related to this gentleman. Invorell Labour and Registry OJIice.— Only best class of male and female .servants supplied. .Drosses dyed. Gentlemen's suits cleaned or dyed and tailor pressed. Feathers cleaned, dyed, and beautifully curled. All orders will recoivo best attention. Chavgos very moderate. Agent for Thk Catholic PrtHSB. Mrs. T. J'. Walsh, Otho-street, Invoroll. — [Auvt.]

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SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

SWIMMING. The Elkington Park Baths were the scene of the Balmain Swimming Club's Annual Carnival on Saturday last. P. Murphy easily won the 500yds. Championship of Balmain. The Inter- Club Flying Squadron Team Race was of special interest, being, in fact, the princi pal attraction of the day. After a good race No. 3 team of the Newcastle Federal Swimming Club secured the victory, Balmain No. 1 team being' second.

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OUR YOUNG MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

OUR YOUNG- MEN. In our issue of last week we published a letter from a correspondent complaining of the little that has been done in the colon)1 for our Catholic young men. No suitable attractions have been provided for them, no opportunities of self-improvement or culture brought within their reach, nor have they received any of that assistance towards the development of their character which neces sarily attends in the intercourse of thought and fee ing for which well-organised and well-conducted young men's societies afford such facility. In this respect our correspon dent truthfully remarks that in this country we have been far out-distanced by the various sects, while the work clone by our Catholic people in other countries is enmigh to cau^e us to stare with wonder and admiration. With the views expressed by this writer we entirely concur, and we hold that efforts of no feeble or intermittent nature must be made at once to give our young Catholics the same opportunities of imp...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

FOOTBALL. Manly Federals played their first match of the ?season against St. Ignatius' College, at Riverview, on Saturday, and won by 19 points to 12. For the win ner?, tries were made by Macking, Buchanan and Van Hammert, yielding two goals, kicked by Campbell.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

386 GIE1O£IG-B STREET. I WE STOCK OYER 2,000 DISTINCT VARIETIES OF SHOES, I GOOD, SERVICEABLE, STYLISH SHOES, AT LOWER PRICES THAN YOU CAN BUY ELSEWHERE. I That is why we lead the Sjrdney trade. The greatest Salesmen in the World are Price and Quality. 1 Price is the great Convincer — the Invincible Salesman. I A Genuine Thing is What it Ought to Be— SUCH YOU WILL FIND OUR BRANDED GOODS. 1 I Branches ... ... 226 King Street, Newtown ; 339 Parramatta Road, Leichhardt. I SPECIAL NOTICE. TO SUBSCRIBERS. SuwKOKLBJiKS not receiving The Catholic Press regularly are requested to communicate with the Manager without delay. Any errors in addressing the wrappers should also be promptly reported to the office. 'THE CATHOLIC PRESS.1? NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Letters intended for publication must be addressed to the Editor. We cannot undertake to return rejected manuscripts. All communications of a business nature should be addressed 'The Manager.' NOTICE TO AGENTS. Arrangements have been made ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

CITY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED. HEAD OFFICE ? 95 PITT STREET. Directors : John See, 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 KERB, Manager. TRANSACTS FIRE BUSINESS ONLY. THOMAS TANNING, BUILDEB AND CONTRAOTOB, LARGE Assortment of every Building Material kept in stock. Repairs in all its branches. Ecclesiastic and Scholastic Work a speciality. Esti mates submitted.— 6 KING STREET, CITY; and 210 ROSE STREET, DARLINGTON. TURNER AND HENDERSON. [ESTABLISHED 1061.] SCHOOL STATIONERY Of Every Description a,-; the Lowest; Rates. CONVERT I B L E S 0 H 0 O L D JO S KS (Paten t) , All hi/oh, Made to Order. Kindergarten Department-— Shipment of Novelties by .Every Mail. 16 AND 18 HUNTER STREET, SYDNEY. Has Removed to VIOKERY'S CHAMBERS, 82 PIT...

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LITERATURE AND THE FINE ARTS. A Learned Nun. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

LITERATURE AND THE FINE ARTS. A Learned JN'un. The Fortnightly for March publishes an article, translated from the French of M. Georges do Dubor, on the writings of Hroswitha, a Benedictine JNun oi the tenth century, whose convent was at Gandershoim, in Brunswick. She was, we are told, both poet and playwright— 'a woman, nourished on the works of the great Latin authors, and on those of the Fathers of the Church, as well versed in philosophy and ethics as in the special gift of poetry.' She wrote in Latin. The writer accredits her with great learning, with a knowledge of the world and an intimate acquaint ance with the human heart, and also with delicacy and charms of the imagination. Tho chief fault he finds with her in an occasional lapse into pedantry, but even here he discovers redeeming qualities. Chastity, sayH the writer, is the usual Hroswitha's theme upon which Hroswitha plays ?Theme. her variations, eetiing forth its mani fold beauties. But just as the Spartans used a Helo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

rnHE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY X OF SYDNEY, Limited, Capital Paid Up ? .£909,34.5 0 0 Capital Called Up ? 16,656 0 0 Reserve Fund ? 1,010,000 0 0 Reserve Liability ? 1,000,000 0 0 DIRECTORS 1 Edward Knox, Esq., Chairman G. J. Cohen, Esq., Deputy Chairman Hon. H. E. Kater, M.L.C. Hon. Henry Moses, M.L.C. Richard Jones, Esq. T. A. Dibbs, Esq., General Manager. AUDITORS : Sir W. P. Manning Edward Chisholrn, Esq. HEAD OFFICE, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. T. A. Dibbs, General Manager. T. B. Gaden, Assistant Manager and Chief Inspector. A. J. Soutar, Accountant. W. C. B. Tiley, H. H. Massie, W. H. Pinhey, Inspectors. LONDON OFFICE, 18 BIRCHIN LANE. Directors : Sir J. A. YouL K.O.M.G. ; A. O. Robinson, Esq. j F. H. Dangar, Esq.; Benj. Buchanan, Esq. Manager — Nathaniel Cork. Branches throughout the colony of New South Wales and in Queensland. Agencies throughout the world. Gr-. H- SMITH J±1-TJD SO2ST, HAT MANUFACTURERS, 302 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

544 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY (Opposite Town Hall), WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER. English Lovor Watchos, from .-€3. Eothorham's, from £3 15s. WalttaaiiiB, from £2. MR. SYDNEY HOBRN, 'DOYAL CONSERVATORIUM OF MUSIC, JCi . LEIPZIG, Pupil of Dr. Caul Rkineoke, Etc., rocoivos Pupils for Piano, Technique and Vortrag, and Theory of Music. Address: 22 CRAIGEND ST., DARLINGHURST, Ob, PALING'S. OHAS. ANDERSON, TAILOR AND OUTFITTER, 80 and 32 OXFORD STREET, SYDNEY (Near Hydo Park). Patronised by his Eminence the Cardinal- Archbishop and by the Very Rev. and Rev. the Clergy of the Archdiocose of Sydney. CLERICAL DEPARTMENT.— All Clothing Requi sites by the Vory Best Makers. FIRST-CLASS CUTTERS, and a stair with thorough experience of the particular wants of Clorgymen. 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. WRIGHT BROS'. BOOtS ARE GOOd AND Very Cheap TRY...

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ST. VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY, FOREST LODGE [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

ST. VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY, FOREST LODGE On Sunday last the Rev. Father Ginisty, S.M., of St. Patrick's, preached a most successful charity sermon at St. James' Church, Forest Lodge, in aid of the local Conference of the Society of St. Vincent do Paul funds. The Rev. Father preached a truly eloquent sermon, dealing with his subject in a masterly manner, his treatment of the salient points of charity being oareluliy handled, and his concluding appeal a most effective and direct one. There was a large congregation present. The Rev. Father Carroll (Maitlaud) celebrated the Mass, and Father Coouau, parish priest, who celebrated the early Masses, left nothing wanting to ensure a successful appeal. Tho result was £31 odd in solid cash, not counting tho promises. After Mass tho members of the Society assembled in the presbytery, when the president (Mr. S. F. «ScoU) thanked Father Giuisty for his services that day. Father Ginisty replied, and said nothing gavo htm greator plua.suro than as...

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