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

A SAD NEGLECT. ('VO THE EDITOR OF THIO CATHOLIC 1'KKSS.) g tit,— It is a general complaint in very many of our Catholic circles that some of our churches are far too Hinall for the numbers of pooplo attending Holy Mass on a Sunday morning. Now, Sir, does this complaint apply to Sunday evening service such as the devotion of the Holy Rosary sermon and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament ? Unhesi tatingly I say no ! It is, indeed, sincerely to be deeply regretted that in very many of our churches Sunday evening service is utterly neglected in and around Sydney. Admitting the question of non-obligation to attend Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament, I contend, Sir, such neglect from our rising Catholic generation and others shows a great want of duty and faith in the real presence of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ, in the Blessed Sacrament. Next to Holy Mass, what more beautiful devotion confers more Heavenly graces to souls than the ex position of the Blessed Sacrament ? When sin...

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

LOUIS GILLE & CO., Catholic Booksellers & Churoh Furnishers, (Successors to Finn Brothers and Co.), 586 GEORGE ST., and 75 LIVERPOOL ST., SYDNEY. 'BOOKS FOR MAY.— POST FREE. s. tl. Flowor ovovy ovonuig for Mary. Littio Month of Mary, tor children ? 1 g Lily of Ismal j or, tho Lifo of tho Blossed Virgin ',,, 1 2 Glorios of Mary ? i -j Imitation of tlio Blosaocl Virgin ? ', l 2 Manual of tlio Children of Mary ? [', 1 g 'Manual of tha Sovou Dolours of Blessod Virgin ? 2 Month of Mary— Meditations for every day of tho month 1 Ursulino Month of Mary, Meditations, Lifo aud Virtues Mother of God ? 1 2 Child of Alary, Lifo and Doath of, beautifully illustrated 1 S Mary Immaculate, Mother of God— Kinnano ? 1 [) Manual of Our Lady of Porpotual Succour ? 1 2 To-day's Goni for tho Casket of Mary ? 1 1 Month of Mary's Praeticml Meditation— BorJioux ,,, 1 2 tjtilvo Eogina; or, Loving Kindness of tho Quoeu of Hoavou ? ? ;j g Mary Magnifying God ? \'t\ n q Birthday Book ol' tho Mado...

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BREAKING THE RECORD. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

BREAKING THE RECORD. (TO THE EDITOlt OF THE CATHOLTC TRESS.) Sir, — To the unscrupulous politicians and other bigots who periodically exhibit a rabid anti-Irish bias, also to the alleged pious swindlers who have depleted the banks and financial institutions on this Continent recently— some of whom have paid divi dends value a jlnli in the pound — the subjoined excerpt from the Tvomnonqcr, of March 14, 1896, a British trade journal of wide circulation, may be of special interest henceforward. — I am. etc., Ramblek, ' It is not often one conies across an instance of a discharged bankrupt making payments on account of differences between the composition made and the actual debt, especially after the lapse of many years. An instance of this kind has just occurred in Glasgow, however, and it is worth mentioning. A certain firm of hardware manufacturers received a visit the other day from an Irish gentleman, who inquired for the principal. He then stated that he was Mr. ? , and that some ...

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

RELIGIOUS RECEPTION. ? **_ ? This pretty and devotional libtlo chapel of the Good Samurifcau Convent, Pibt-stroot, was vory artistically decorated on Saturday, April 18, Avhon a number of the olergy and laity wore assembled there to witness the reooplion oi: fivo coring1 Sisters — Sister ' Fruncisca ' (Miss BourkoJ, Sister Bonaveuture (Miss Moouey), Sister 'Seraphim (Mibh Davis), Sister Mark (Miss Lillie Cawloy), and Sister Luke (Miss B-ose Cawley). The Bight Rov. Dv. Higginn, who officiated, waa assisted by tho Bev. Fathers McDonnell (adm.) and O'Drisooll, and tlioro woro also prosout — Very Bev. J. J. Carroll, V.G., Bev. Fathers D. O'Reilly, M. Kirly, P. J. Walsh, VV. Hayden, J. Carroll (Maifcland), and McCabe, O.S.F.C. An eloquent sermon suitable to the ocoasion was preaohod by the Bev. Father Claffey, S.J. Wo summarise as folloAvs : — 'Pharaoh onlled Mosos and Aaron and said: Go and sacrifice to your God in this land. And Moses said : It cannot bo so. We Avill go three clays' jo...

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

OBITUARY. ? ^ ? With deepest regret we have to record the death of Mr. William O'Loughlin, which took place on Friday, April 17, at the family residence, Forbes-street, Woolloomooloo. As an old parishioner of St. Mary's, and one who subscribed largely . towards the Cathedral Building Fund, his loss is deplored in other than the domestic circle ; and, as a practical and devout Catholic, Mr. O'Loughlin's example would serve as a 'shining light ' to his fellow-men, Many years ago he resolved to assist at Holy Mass on every Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday mornings, and to this resolution he was faithful till the fatal sickness took its grim hold of him. The symptoms of some liver affection became visible some five or six weeks ago, and for a time his medical attendants hoped to prevent further progress of the disease, but the beginning of last week augured the worst. His patience and resignation and con tinuous efforts to pray were most edifying to those who waitad on him during his ill...

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

ST. JOSEPH'S CONVENT, WINDSOR. HIGH-CLASS BOARDING SCHOOL von YOUNG LADIES. The Curriculum includes all the Ordinary School Subjects, and Pupils aro prepared for University Examinations. Resident Pupils receive every attention. For Prospectus apply to THE SUPERIORESS. /WpBilllieads, Circulars^WX ImMFrice Lists, Pamp]ilets«n\ III Soml us tho matter you roquiro JmHi III printed; wo slin.ll arrange tho type BUI llM in Effective Bold Style at It ml VIXgEO. MURRAY & CO., LTD,, ij// ^^^^Lx 01 CLARENCE STREET, ,/2W^Mg JT. GALLON'S PURE ALBUEY WINES.— 400 Mkpals, ? including thoBO from tho Exhibitions of Amsterdam, Hov doaux, Vionna, Cnlout-tn, Philadelphia, London, oto., etc.— Mr. FAiiiiON positively guuruntoaa Absolute Purity, and, for n lioalthy, nutritious bovomgo of a suporior flavour, claims that his product stands at tho head of all Wines. Ho has tho jyrontosti ooniidouco in roooinmonding1 for Altaii Uaw, having tho diatin g-uishod patronngo of His Emlnoneo tho Oarcliiinl-Aro...

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ST. BENEDICT'S LITERARY, SOCIAL AND DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

ST, BENEDICT'S LITERARY, SOCIAL AND DEBATING SOCIETY. ? .. ^ ? ? ? The above Society held thoir usual weekly mooting in the St. Benedict's Mall, on Wednesday, April. 22, at 8 p.m., the President, Mr. ,T. Kirby, in tho chair. In the unavoidable absence of the Secretary, Mr, D. Casey, Mr. W. H. Fitzgerald acted as secretary pro tern,. The minutes of tho previous meeting wore road and confirmed. Tho Premier, Mr. J. Wren, was then called on to move tho question which stood in his namo, which was — 'That tho Civil Service Board are injurious to the general, wel fare of tho com munity.' in a lengthy speech ho reflected strongly on the Government Tor employing men lo do work which tho Ministers are sup posed to do, and sho w e d 111 a. 11 y reasons why tho Civil Service Board should not be in existence. Mr. J. Regan,, sen i\, loader of t:hn Op positon, replied, on behalf of that party, and explained tho bone fits to ho achieved by Iho Civil Service Hoard, and showed that tho intention of t...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR CATHOLIC INSTITUTIONS. No. VIII. THE CONVENT OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

OUR CATHOLIC INSTITUTIONS. ? ^ ? . No. VIII. THE CONVENT OP THE IMMACU LATE CONCEPTION. This is a convent of the Sisters of the Good Samari tan. It occupies a fine position at East Balmain, fronting1 St. Augustine's Church, and overlooking the harbour and city. The house, which is built against a hill, is two stories high in front and three at the back. It originally consisted of two wings, one running north and south, the other east and west. It was, however, some little time since found necessary to enlarge the building, and another wing was added at the eastern end, at a cost of .£1,900. The purchase of additional ground, at an expendi ture of .£4,000, was also necessary. Hence a large balance of debt remains to be discharged by the community. The convent, as it fronts the road, is a long, two storied building of unbaked brick, with the gable of a wing at either end. In the centre is an arched door way, over which the name of the building, 'Convent of the Immaculate Conception,' ...

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SPORTS AND PASTIMES. SPECIAL NOTICE [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

SPORTS AND PASTIMES. ? «. ? SPECIAL NOTICE [Items intended for the 'Sports and Pastimes' column should, to prevent delay and disappointment, reach this office not later than Tuesday evening in each week.'}

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

CRICKET. The final round in the first-grade competition com menced last Saturday. The South Sydney-Burwood match waR devoid of interest, as the former were disposed of for 26 runs, due, in part, to the absence of four members of the team. Burwood put up 197 for three wickets. North Sydney totalled 181 for six wickets against Waverley, and Central Cumberland scored 156 for nine wickets against Paddington. The North Melbourne Cricket Club won the premier ship pennant last Saturday.

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CYCLING. The Megson-Lewis Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

CYCLING. The Megson-Lewis Meeting. The complimentary bicycle meeting tendered to Megson and Lewis prior to their departure for En gland was held at the Agricultural Ground last Saturday. The attendance numbered fully 12,000. During the afternoon the ' Motocycle' was exhibited. As a prac tical test of its speed the machine was driven round the ground at the rate of 18 miles an hour, and it is ex ? plained that this speed is by no means taxing the capacity of the 'Moto' to the utmost. W. S. McCombe pulled off the Open Handicap by a foot, Hardy beating Parsons by a bare half-wheel. T. Amos, of Parramatta, won the Lewis Handicap by a couple of lengths, but was thoroughly exhausted at the finish, and fell off the machine after crossing the line. The One Mile Scratch Race was splendidly contested. C. Porta and J. Megson put on a terrific pace at the finish, but the New South Welshman got ahead, and won by a length. E. Payne crossed the line first in the Megson Handicap, defeating Stapleto...

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

CATHOLIC ORGANISATION. (to the editor op the catholic press,) Sib, — Self-deception in a community, as in the individual, is one of the most pernicious and deplorable of evils. A permanent and fixod abode in a 'fool's paradise' is not necessarily the most enviable of conditions under which life may exist. JLaicmg these things for granted, I would bring under the notice of your readers that the majority of the Irish Catholics of the colony are horb simply on account of the cruel laws and barbarous persecution to which they or their fathers and mothers were subjoctpfl in Ireland. Stopping on the shores of Australia they could not, in a day, divest themselves of the effects of centuries of unbearable outrage and tyranny, and to regard themselves as the equal of any citizen of this country, or as entitled to share in the fullest blessings of our Constitutional freedom, was a mental feat to the achievement of Avhioli they were altogether inadequate. Toleration, so long denied them at hom...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] NEGLECTED TREASURES. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by out correspondents.] NEGLECTED TREASURES. (to the editor of the catholic press.) Sib, — Your repeated references to 'Education and Literature' encourage me to call attention to kindred subjects, and justify me in encroaching on your space. Catholics are as anxious as a'ny other class to acquire knowledge ; and should any neglect to seek it, or should they seek the knowledge of a diseased nature, The Catholic Peess is not to blame. There are two means by which healthy knowledge may be greatly obtained, and so excellent are these means that they deserve to be called ' treasures,' and so ignored that they may be said to be ' neglected.' The first of these is the debating society. As schools for imparting knowledge of events, social and political, and teaching persons how to use their knowledge with effect, debating societies have no equal, nor can they well have a substitute. They give the members the opportunity of ...

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

llfi CKXJ?©BI* BTMMMT (Near Crown Street), Telephone 992 ; 78 DA11LINGHURST ROAD (Top of William Street), Telephone No. 23, Edgecliffe ; 765 G-EOUGE STREET (Directly opposite Christ Church), Telephone No. 993 ; 1100KDALE (Opposite Station). State and Keforin Funerals Furnished in a most respectable manner, and under personal supervision, on Most Seasonable Terms.,

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COMMERCIAL. WEDNESDAY. THE PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

COMMERCIAL. ? a ? Wednesday. THE PRODUCE MARKETS. The tone of the market is quiet to-day. Chaff and lucerne are in good demand, prhno local chaff selling at J65 5s., and medium at £\ 15s. per ton. Hunter River lucerne is quoted at £3 for prime. £2 15s. for best brown, and inferior is going at £2 per ton. Flour is quoted ,£10 to £10 5s. per ton. Yesterday 800 tons of best local roller flour, for export to Queensland, changed hands at .£1.0 5s. f.o.b. New Zealand wheat is selling fit 3s. 7d. ; ehickwheat, at 3s. Od.; and. screenings, at ?-s. per bushel. Bran and pollard are quiet at O'd. Oats has fair enquiry at 2s. Id. for prime feed, and Is. lid. for medium.

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

PIANOFORTE RECITAL '.Pino recital given on Friday night by Miss May Mitchell, daughter of our much esteemed townsman Mr. Thomas Mitchell, of Sussex-street, was particu larly successful. Besides the youthful debutante and her master, M. Kowalski, Miss Constance Evelyn and Mr. K. Napoleon- BoJI'ard took part in the programme. The i nterest nceossan ly centred in the performance or JV1 iss Mitchell . I for .first number Avas Grief's Concerto in A minor. M. Kowalski taking the second piano. The playing was remarkably good. I ho young lady proved herself not only possessed of a fine power of execution and a firm -wid supple touch, but also cn.j5a.blo of giving an intelligent interpretation of the music. The fresh and vigorous thought of the Norwegian composer was well expressed by her. Next, Mendelssohn's ' 'Variations Serieuses' afforded, scope for a display of clever technique and sympathetic understanding. As a third number, Chopin in two of his moods had been chosen — melodious and g...

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

ESTABLISHED 1848. MANUFACTURING STATIONERS, LITHOGRAPHIC & LETTERPRESS PRINTERS, Qavv? 4» GommerG*al Stationers 846 PITT STREET, TELFPHONF 1306 SYDNEY. mT~hu ghr s & ? so^8, Have always in stock TEAS, GROCERIES, AND PROVISIONS Of the Finest Quality and ;i.t the. Lowest 1'riens. Muni lies waited on for orders, and all orders j punctually attended to. I M. 1 1 U G II. E S A N D SONS, GrJiocEitB and Tka DuALisiiti, 2.'3l William Sfcrof-fc§

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

A. II. BARCLAY, Mining: Agent (Member of the N.S.W. Stock Exchange; Member of the Coolgardie Stock Exchange), offices : 19 POST OFFICE OK AMBERS, PITT STREET, SYDNEY, N.S.W. BA.YLEY STREET, COOLGARDIE, W.A. Mining and Financial Companies Floated and Managed. Every Description of Mining Machinery supplied and erected on claims for an i nterest in same.

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MINING. HILLGROVE, April 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

''mining'' (From our Correspondent.) HiTiLGROVK, April 27 The gold escort took away rrom inllgrove on Tuesday lasi 843o/. 9dwt. bar gold, and West Hill grove send away 369oz., making a total of l,212oz. 9dwt. for the 'fort night. The Baker's Creek Extended Company are making very good progress Avith enlarging the old Baker's Creek South tunnel, which is to give access to their ?pronertv. It is completed for a distance of 170ft.. leaving 139ft to finish. At 130ft. from the mouth a quartz leader Avas cut, but no gold showing. Two parties of tributors are working* the mullock tips on the Baker's Creek Proprietary Company's ground. There is nothing doing in the mine, pending its flotation. Tonkins' party cleaned up 18oz. 3dwt. smelted gold to-day from 25cAvt. specimens. Dr. K. Vogelsang, one of the tAvo distinguished mineral experts now on a visit to Australia, in the interest of the mining industry of Germany, paid a flying visit to Hillgrove during this Aveek, taking his departure las...

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

FAT STOCK. At the H.oinebush yards 9,459 sheep were penned. Competition was good, prime Avether.s being especi ally firm. The principal sales Avere as under :— Harrison, Jones, and Devlin, Limited. — 100 Avethers for S. A, I. Co. at 1.0s., 561 at 8s. 2d., 89 at 7s. lOd. to 7s. lid., 9 (stained) at 7s. 7d. ; 70 crossbred lambs for A. E. Pridham at fis. 7d., 107 at 5s. 10d., 33 at 5s. 5d. Messrs. Wilkinson and Lavender. — 125 bullocks for F. W. Armytage, averaging £'3 16s. 4d., and 104 coavs averaging £2 lls. 2d. ; 40 wethers for J. C. Eyrie, junr., at 8s. 3d., 403 at 6s. 5d., and 36 at 5s. lid. Messrs. J. Leeds and Co. — 85 bullocks for Mount Margaret Station to ,£5 10s , averaging .£5 Is., 134 cows to £4- 12s., averaging1 -£3 7s. 4d. ; 14 bullocks for Mount Howitt Station to -£5 8s., averaging1 £5, 5 coavs, averaging ,£3 10s. ; 3 coavs for Peppin and Webber, averaging c£3 10s. ; 11 coavs for IT. W. Mason, avera.o'intr .£3 4s. Messrs. Maiden Brothers.— 636 wethers for W. Kiddle at 8s...

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