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

MAURICE SEGUR, WINE & SPIEIT MERCHANT, 90 Pitt Street, Sydney. Branch House of MARIE BRIZARD & ROGER. ALTAR WINES A SPECIALTY. Brandies, Rum (in straw bottles), Liqueurs, Whiskies, and all kinds of Imported Wines.

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AT HOME AND ABROAD. An After-thought. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

AT HOME AND ABROAD. ? «. ? An After thought. Among the matters which occupied the attention of the Anglican Synod at Goulburn last week was that of the rounion of Christendom. The Bishop, in speaking1 on the point, made a remark which seemed much to the purpose. His Lordship, however, made another remark that seemed quite the contrary. Pie said, for example, that ' they had to remember that tho claims of truth wero paramount.' Undoubtedly. Better late than never. But had that fact been remembered by the founders of His Lordship's Church, there would be now — where it was concerned — no question of reunion to consider. It would be non existent. A remark in which the Bishop was A Con- inconsistent was that in which, after tradiction. having justly asserted the necessity that union in external communion should be coupled with unity in fundamental truth, he wont on to reject the dogma that the ' Bishop of Rome had received by Divine right the authority to , ?? i il . 11 /Nl ? 1_ ♦ « / /...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

G-LOBIE TEAS Awarded FIRST PRIZE and SPECIAL SILVER MEDAL by Royal Agricultural Society of Sydney, 1895. TIIKSK UIIOUE TKAS MAY BE OBTAINED FlUhU ATCHEKXEY &- DAWSOH, 257 George Street, Sydney. /HALLAG-HAN'S VJ BOOTS STAND HARD WEAR. Try Them. 395 GEORGE STEEET, SYDNEY.

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

/$- v ? , , . „ i ? / 8 ^1 *i L Mm/t* 0 746 GEORGE ST. (Haymarkot), SYDNEY I I w^ in tin \Fnin & i o 28° b°urke street- melbourni J»f f^VlIlIulUIi01' |JP**67 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE.

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

IRISH EMIGRATION. 1 It appears that the number of emigrants who left Iri-h ports in 1895 was 48,934, or 10*7 per 1,000 of tho estimated population of Ireland in the middle of the year, being- an increapo of 12,975 as compared with the number in 1891, which was the lowest for any \(?ar since the collection of these returns commenced in 1851. Thrt linmhfir of mules who emi crated last vear was 21,572, or G,209 more than in the previous year, and of females, 27,362, an inoreaso of 6,766. Comparing 1895 with 189*1, Leinster exhibits an increase of 7, Munstor an increase of 5,877, Ulster mi increaso of 1,867, and Connaught an increase of 5,057 emigrants. Of tho 48,703 natives of Ireland who emigrated in 1895, 46,948 wont to tho Colonies or to foreign countries; and 1,755 to Groat Britain. Tho United States absorbed 45,298 of tho nurabor of nativo emigrants in 1895. Emigration to Canada shows an inoreaso in 1895 compared with 1894, tho numbers being 732 in 1895, and 540 in 1894. Tho emigr...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 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. u5 ,, ? Leave ? \ Steamer. g Commander. c -,„„„ Mel- Ado H Sydney. bourne. laif1e, i 1890. 1896. i mi(i. ?Victoria ... 0527 iW.D. Worcester May 11 May 10 May 20 Brifctania ... 6525 I J. L. ParflU ...|May 25:May IJOJur.e X Piirnmiatta ... 487-l- P. Harris ...June 8 .Tnuo 13 June 17 i I And thenceforward every alternate week. ^Taking passongers for Venice. RATES OF PASSAGE MONEY TO LONDON: First Saloon ? ,£60 to £70. Second Saloo ? JJ35. ,£37, .£40 Return Ticlcefs ? JB05 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. i^RIENT LINE OF ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. The follow...

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

ORIENT CLOTHING GIVES UNIVERSAL SATISFACTION, AND IS UNEQUALLED FOR FIT, STYLE, AND WEAE. All Garments are Cut from the Best Models, and the ]Materials Thoroughly Shrunk, The ORIENT CLOTHING is in All Textures suitable for BUSINESS RIDING 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 OLBRIOAL CLOTHING TS ACKNOWLEDGED THE BEST READY~MA.DE CLOTHING FROCURABLE. 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.. DAYID JONES'~~AND COMPANY, GKEOliG-E AND BARRACK STREETS, SYDNEYf. ST. MA.RY'8 COLLEGE, High-Cla.se Boarding School for Young Ladies, ROSEBANK, FIVE DOCK, SYDNEY. Undor the Patronage of His Eminence tho Oardlnal-Arohbishop and Bight Rev. J. Eigglnu, D.D., Auxiliary Bishop of Sydn...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

TI1E88AGERIES MAEITIMES. SYDNEY TO LONDON, via COLOMBO and PARIS. Steamers of 6500 tons, under postal contract with the French Government, calling at MELBOURNE, ADELAIDE, ALBANY, COLOMBO, SUEZ, and PORT SAI.P, will bo despatched monthly as follows : T'' , ,, Sydney Melbourne 'lidoliiitlo Stoiunor. Commnd'r. fp lnf i Pflni noolli V. dolaOIOTAT. Fiasohi ... May 20.. May 2!}... Mny 25 POLYNESIEN .. Uoulard ... Juno 17.. Juno 20.. Juno 22 Passengers booked to BOMBAY, INDIA CHINA, BAT A VI A and JAPAN. 1 Passago money, .£25 to .£70, including table wines. RETURN TICKETS AT REDUCED RATES. For further particulars apply at the Company's I Offices, Queen's Cornor, Pitt-street. I K. BLANC, Principal Agent. I TIP*8 %ll/ f EZ7 ChI CT 1VI IF 15 ImPor^nS and Manufacturing Jeweller, Watchmaker, ? m b W W 1 Eri4*»3 Ci I^i Ci Hi Jand Scientific Instrument Maker. Established 1871. T. F. W's. personal training in, and knowledge of, the manufacturing centres of England, Franco, Germany, Switzerland, an...

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

J ? I Y0IJ-RE 0NE THAT SPENDS MONEY. You buy for onsh ; then see what MARK FOY sells for cash. TRY MARK FOY'S NEXT TIME, Aprons, cooking1 Jackets Art Drapes L.aces Artists' Materials Linoleums Bonnets Macintoshes Boas, fur and feather Mantles Blouses, Silk, Cashmere, Millinery &c. Morning1 Gowns Bicycle Kniokers Mourning Dress Materials Baby Linen Opera Cloaks Bedsteads Overcoats Blankets Oilcloth Blinds Pictures Boots Perfumery Children's Costumes Puzzles and Games Do. Hats, Hoods, and Plushes Bonnets Rain-cloaks Capes Ready-made Suits Clouds Ribbons Combinations Shawls Orepons Soaps Chiit'ons Sheeting Crockery Silks Carpets Stationery Corsets Shirts Costumes Toques Curtains Tea Gowns Dress Materials Toilet Brushes, &c. Engraving's Theatrical Tights Embroideries Do. Pads French Flowers Do. Grease, Paints, &c. Fur Trimmings Towels Flannels Trimmings Flannelettes Underclothing, Fans White and Flannelette Fancy Ware Uutrimmed Hats ? Furniture Undervests, Woolle...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
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The Chief Secretary Reveals Himself. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

The Chief Secretary Reveals Himself. Tho recent dobates on tho Londonderry Improvoinout and the Belfast Corporation Bills — both involving substantially the samo considerations — turnod out to bo of a most important oharaotor. Mr. Vosey Knox moved both of thorn, and Mr. Hoaly obtainod tho admission from Sir Thos. Loa, with regard to tho Londonderry Bui, that tho Corporation was willing to accept tho assimilation of the Parliamentary and Municipal franchises, as woll as tho assimilation of tho boundaries. The Cliiof Secretary, of oourso, supported tho Bill, which was carried by 221 votes to 1.30, tho Irish Party being supported by tho Liberals and Radicals. Tho progrosH of tho dobato on tho Bolfast Corporation Bill diHclosod quito a Horious and most unexpected difference cf opinion in tho ranks of tho 'Unionists.' Tho object of Mr. Knox's instruction to the committeo was simply to mako it porraisMVo for that body to iuquiro whother any remedy could bo found for tho admitted anomaly b...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A GREAT WANT. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

A GREAT WANT. i (TO THE EDITOR OP THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) Sir, — As I cordially agree with 'D.M.F' and '? B. M. Ryan,' that a Catholic Young Men's Society is indeed a great want in Sydney, I write to endorse the suggestion. To enable us to defend our religion, and to understand the really logical position that our Church is built on is an object worth striving for in itself. It's a very easy matter for outsiders to at tack the Church on account of its antiquity and its many theological dogmas. And, sir, our young men could learn, not only how to repel such attacks, but further, how to attack the other side, which to me as a convert seems a very simple matter. One or two straight questions on the Bible, and you will find the majority of Protes tants beating round the bush, trying to solve the conundrum. But, besides theological points there are the great political questions of the day, which our young men would have the opportunity of discussing by means of a society, to say nothing of ...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

LINDEMAISTS CAWARRA WINES, j 'VINEYARD, HUNTER KIVEK. ? _ _ ? 5 AUSTRALIAN WINES ANALYSED^ __€^ CAWARRA WINES COllPARED WITH EUROPEAN. Beport of the Chemist to the Department of Agriculture. Copy of Mr. I. B. Guthrie's Eeport. Messrs. H. J. Lindeman's Australian Wines. SMuMWIIiMKlnMHUiMlliliMll'liMlr' The accompanying table gives the composition of a number1 of samples of wine produced by Mr. H. J. Lindoman, of Cawarra. The samples examined were all personally selected by myself in company with Mr. li\ B. Kyngdon, of the Sydney Mail, and represent fair average samples of the bulk of tha Patorson River 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 tilled from two or three different casks, and mixed again before analysis, so that each sample represents the average of several diiferent casks. Nos. 5 and 6 were drawn in the same way from c...

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A DEFENCE OF CARDINAL MANNING. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

A DEFENCE OP CARDINAL MANNING (to the editor of the catholic press.) Sir,— With reference to a statement made in your columns to the effect that Henry Edward Cardinal Manning had contributed to periodicals that were at the time of doubtful or anti- Christian tendencies, I beg to say that the late Cardinal declined to write for the Nineteenth Century as soon as it opened its columns to infidel writers. I am not absolutely certain of the occasion upon which Car dinal Manning declared that he could no longer write for the periodical in question. I think it was apropos of one of the later phases of the notorious Charles Bradlaugh affair —I know he took a very pronounced stand on that occasion. Anyhow, I can state on the very best authority (Manning's own words, which I heard him speak) that he declined to write for the Nineteenth Century when he considered that it began to be agnostic or anti-Christian. Other periodicals are mentioned in your paper to which Manning wrote. Possibly they ...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

Australian Mutual Provident Societv Isthe °qLDEST and Most' prosperous l^e as*™- ancb 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.Gr.,M.L.A., Chairman ; J. R. HILL, Esq., Deputy-Chairman ; JOSEPH ABBOTT, Esq. j 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. PBINTED TO OltDEll. Incense Charcoal, Sanctuary Oil, Lace Pictures, Floats, Scapulars, Wax Tapers, &c, Our only Business...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

INSIST on Getting the John Bull Brand. Thousands are now. Drinking it. T/AREE QUALITIES. J ' jff §0LD BYALL PACKED I/H / Mflk % cdcd I LB and 1/2 LB Packets £ Jr\*% o *tf£K^PEI\5 ZJ LU I I iiS ?w£r wH5 Sbould your Grocer try to palm oil: other Brands, send to us. We will tell you. where you can get it. J.A.BULL&CO. (LIMITED), Wholesale Proprietors, 172 CLARENCE STREET.

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

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CATHOLIC RIGHTS AND DUTIES. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

CATHOLIC RIGHTS AND DUTIES. (to the editor of the catholic press.) Sir, — In the last issue of The Catholic Press I notice a letter signed by ' William Hogan,' in which he raises an alarm against a ' line of action ' advo cated by ' Catholic,' which, he hopes, will never find an echo in the hearts of the Catholics of New South Wales : namely, ' to form an association for political purposes.' Now, I welcome with tho greatest pleasure any intelligent correspondence on this very important subject; for my object in writ ing on it at all is to educate thoso of our Catholic people who, judging them from their actions, seem to require some instruction on a matter of the utmost interest to them — to remind them of their civil and religious rights and liberties, and of their strict duty, one and all, to defond these sacred treasures. But, a correspondent, to assist me in a work so im portant and so necessary, must .approach the subject with that i intelligence, that ca,linness of judgment, a...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GARDEN FETE AT MANLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

GARDEN FETE AT MANLY. Till') folc hold last woolc in aid oi: tho Industrial School conducted at Manly Ivy tho Sisters oi! tho Good Samaritan wont oil: with groat success. Lady Hampdori, by Avho.ni the fcLo was opouod, on hoi' arrival in tho town was received by tho Mayor, Avho drove her to sou tho sights ol: tho place, and ii.J'torwards to JVI j*. »SmigI1io's pretty grounds, situated on a, lullh'om ?which a boaiitiCiil. view oi! the harbour is commanded. JJ'oro Mi tent had. been erected J'or her ladyship's rocoption, Avliero she was received by Mrs. Littlojohn, hon. sec. ol: tho ladies' coinmittee. She was wel comed, on behalf ol:1 the community, by tho Mayor, Avho also spolco highly of the objects of tho charity and tlio manner in which it Avas conducted. Lady Mampdon then declared the frtto open, and wished it success. Tho Eight Rev. Dr. Higgins, in 2n%oposing' a voto of thanks to her ladyship, sj-olce of tho prestige which her prosonco conferred on tho J'C'lCy n.nd tho readiness ...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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(TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

(TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC J'ltUBS.) Sir,,— Your correspondent ' William Hogan' gives your readers some very practical, advice in the last issue of your paper. Apparently it is just a quarter of a century old, and that is the only fault I find Avith it. Not because it is old, but because we Australian Catholics are—well, comparatively young. The curse of New South Wales has been the horrible bigotry introduced into it by designing rogues, who cared nothing at all about JNew boutii Wales and cared all about themselves. Anyhow, Mr. Editor, X am of a larger faith, a wider crot d, than to think that my fellow-countrymen of Now South Wales will again be fooled by an anti-Catholic shibboleth, and I do think that the humbug who conios along with any such again will find himself just whore ho should be. Without os entution or ' blow' wo should assert ourselves, and, considering what we are doing as taxpayers, as employers of labour, a« citizens outside the dominion of the Czar of Russia...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
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IRISH NATIONAL FORESTERS' BENEFIT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

IRISH NATIONAL FORESTERS' BENEFIT SOCIETY. — ^ A. LA.ua k and influential mooting was hold at Stafford's Hotel, at Peak Hill, on Thursday, April If!, for the purpose of forming a brnnoh of the Irish National Foresters' Benefit Socioty. Dr. Holnios, having boon voted to the chair, briefly introduced Mr. Sheeny, the general secretary of the Society in New South Wales, and who was appointed by the Exocutivo Council in Svdnev to officially onon the branch. Mr. Sheohy addressed the mooting, and pointed out tho advantages of becoming members, and that the only qualifications for membership wore that those joining should bo nion of good moral character and Irish by birth or doscont. The Society, being non-political, as woll. as non-sectarian, embraced Irishmen of overy political and religious boliof. It was decided that tho branch should bo called tho 'Tom Moore Branch.' The election of officers then took place, and those elected were installed by Mr. Shoehy, who formally declared tho bran...

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