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THE REDFERN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

THE REDFERN MARKET. Chaff sold, well yesterday at 5s. Od. for good quality, other qualities ranging from 4s. 7d. to 5s. Id. The following were sales :? — Hay. — From F.raser, Millthorpe, 5s. 5d. per cwt. ? Chaff.— From in gall, Duri, 4s. 3d.; Vi aterson, Blaynoy, 5s.; Turiney, M'ontoagle, 4-s. 2d.; Oummings, Du.hbo,'|.s. 9d.; ? , Kelly's Plains, 4s. lid.; P. Utz, Glen Innes, 5s. Id.; 'Booth Bros., Bomen, 5s. Id.; A...J.S. Bank, Wagga, 4s. 10cl.; Frape, 4s. Yd.; Hickey, Galong, 5s. 6d. per cwt. Lucerne. — From Meers, Tan i. worth, 3s.; Laidlaw, Moonbi, 3s. 3d.; Smith, Wellington, 2s. 9d.; Cox, Mul grave, 3s.; Wall, Windsor, 2s. 7d. per CAvt. 'Potatoes. —From Ford, Llangothlin, 2s. Sd. per cwt.

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH, NEWTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH, NEWTOWN. On Sunday, the Feast of the Patronage of St. Joseph, High Mass, cor am episcopo, was celebrated at 11 a.m., the devotion of the Quarant Ore, which had commenced on Friday as a preparation for tho festival, terminating on the same occasion. The Right Rev. Dr. Higgins, Bishop Auxiliary of Sydney, presided. The Eev. Father Battle acted as cele brant, the Very Rev. Father Patrick, C.P., as deacon : the Eev. Father Baujrh as sub-deacon : the Very Eev. Dean Slattery, parish priest, as master of ceremonies ; and fche 'Right Eev. Monsignor O'Brien as priest assistant at the throne. Tho sermon was preached by the Very Eev. Father Le Eonnetel, S.M., who took for his text the words of Our Blessed Lord to His Apostles : ' I will not leave you orphans.' The very rev. preacher prefaced his sermon by a few words. He had, he said, been invited to preach by their venerable pastor— a man of whom they were ail proud — not only for his piety and zeal, but also for his lear...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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YASS. Death and Obsequies of Mr. Michael Coen. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

YASS. Death and Obsequies of Mr. Michael Coen. (From a Correspondent.) Tins whole town of Yass went into the deepest mourning on Sunday, April 2G, whon it was known that one of its leading citizens had been cut oil.' in the prime of life and suddenly sent to another world. Few people for whom such universal regret was shown as was evinced at the death of Mr. Michael. Coen. Deceased was born in the year 1840 inTuam, County Galway, .Ireland, and came out whon quite young, and after some years spent in Dubbo he canio ibo Yass about seventeen years ago, and has evor sinco been one of its loading townsmen. No cause was ever put on foot for tho advancement of the town or for any object of charity which did not elicit from Mr. Coen boundless sympathy. A true and loyal citizen, but a truer and nobler follower of the Catholic religion, to which, ho gloried in belonging, he was always ready to lavish his means on ovory good cause for its promotion and advancement. Ho was alderman for twelve y...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ST. MARY'S COLLEGE, ROSEBANK. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

ST. MARY'S COLLEGE, ROSEBANK. — ? ▼ ? On Friday morning last His Lordship Dr. Higgins administered confirmation to some nine girlH at the College of the Good Samaritan Sisters, RoBebank. It was a most opportune time for the reception of the strengthening graces of this sacrament, as a most successful retreat had but the preceding evening1 been brought to a close bv the Rev. Father Kennedy, 0 S.F. The religions knowledge displayed in answer to the searching questions put them must have been very gratifying' to His Lordship, and assures him that, although the name Rosebnuk is a synonym for sucefss in the various competitive examinations, still the atten tion of the good Sisters to the religions training1 of those under their charge holds a prior place. After con firmation His Lordship delivered au appropriate and most instructive address, listened to with wrapt atten tion, and which seemed a fitting-crown to the good work of the retreat. A very successful complimpn+nry concrrt to His ...

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

WEST MAITLAND. (KBOM OUJR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) One of the oldest residents of the Hunter Elver district, Mr. John Brown, of Ellerslie, passed away on Thursday evening, at the advanced age of seventy five years. He had been laying out beds in the garden a few minutes previous to his death. For some years Mr. Brown represented the electorate of Patrick's Plains in the Legislative Assembly, and has been a resident of the district for the past sixty one years. The ladies of Lochinvar are organising a bazaar for the purpose of raising funds to assist in paying oil1 tho cost of the improvements hoav being carried out on the Catholic church. The bazaar Avill be opened on May 25, and will last for three days. There Avill be two stalls, presided over by ladies from Knock fin and Lochinvar, respectively ; and one refreshment stall. The miners of East Greta Colliery, near West Maitland, held a meeting during the Aveek, and have decided to demand an increase of one shilling per day in their wage...

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

ANSWERS TO CORRESPON DENTS, MoL. J. — The matter will receive attention. ' J.C.' — Our correspondent has omitted to enclose his name. We are, therefore, unablo to publish his letter.

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

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

DR. T. MARTIN, 5§i tJL IT5 j^* ^ fa& JES, JLJ) © MM, it JL €3 *ft (£o ivell known to the Sydney Public), Has removed to KING STREET ARCADE, No. 39 (GEORGE STREET ENTRANCE), First floor over Tailor's Shop, Rooms lately occupied by Mr. Marshall for many yoars. FULL SET, from ? £110 Every Operation PAINLESS. First-class workmanship guaranteed, or monoy returned. EXTRACT [ON, 1/ M' ALLA.IRE, from Paris (for 10 years with Murton and Co.), attends also daily at the above Rooms. CELLULAR SHIRTS & UNDERWEAR. PROTECTIVE IN WINTER. RH:coM]\J.H]]srr-J«r- by thk . wdioal jpi-iowkssion. CELLULAR AERTEX CLOTH ih composod of small cells, in which tho air is enolosod and wanned by tho lioat of the body A perfect non-conductinir layer is thus formed next tbo skin. Owing to tho OELrjULAli construction, this cloth IS MO Oil LIGHTER AND HETTER VENTILATED than ordinary fabrics, and is easier to wasli, and is a i'OSITIVE SAFEGUARD AGAINST CHILLS. TENNIS and CRICKET SHIRTS, 5s., Oh., 7s., ...

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

STEWART DAWSON k CO.'S GREAT EMPORIUM, THE COLOSSAL & ARTISTIC SHOW OF AUSTRALIA. Universally Renowned as the Great ENGLISH CASH TRADING FIRM. 1 IN FULL SWINO UNDER THE FREETRADE BANNER OF NEW SOUTH WALES. ' Cash is the life, the crown of trade, for all that's good, for all that's made. Then, buy for cash, all who would share cheapest and best for look and wear. I Its voice is loudest 'midst the throng- ; its music grandest in the song ; its banner highest up the hill ; its motto ' Upward, onward still.' ' I The Comprehensive character, the Elegance, Variety, and Extent of Our Stocks of FINE GOLD JEWELLERY, DIAMONDS, 1 SILVERWARE, and SPECIALTIES have never beon approached. Our Establishment is a Complete Constellation of Brilliancy, I and a Panorama o Artistic Show. I PRICES SAVING TO EVERY PURCHASER FROM SIX TO EIGHT SHILLINGS IN THE POUND. | Watches at Preetrade Prices. Our Own Make, of World-wide Repute, English throughout, Silver. £2 10s.. £3, and M IO,s., Ladies and fr...

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

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

N.S.W. FRESH FOOD & ICE CO., LTD.. dto /'The COUNTRY MILK TRADE. The CREAMERY SYSTEM OE^ ^ Pio^S? of 5 The FACTORY SYSTEM OE BUTTER- BUTTER-MAKING (which has done / pi^^ of j=\*^i-. / MAKING (which has done so much more). C »g--*a. * I for the Colony and Colonies). REFRIGERATION. ICE-MAKING. J * 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. Visit the City Depots (Refreshment) [ ' \ f3 ^o^al^rcade - j for AF™0ON TEA Note. — Arrangements may be made at either of these Depots tor Afternoon Teas for Private Parties. W^THE FISH SHOP AT 135 KING STREET IS ONE OF THE BEST 1 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 A MARVELLOUS REMEDY for tho Hair and Scalp. Cooling1 and Refreshing to use. Promotes Growth, Removes Dandruff, Allays Irritati...

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DIOCESE OF GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

DIOCESE OF GOULBUEN. Tho Right Rev. Dr. Lanigan has called upon the Anglican Bishop to produce authority for a state ment made by him at the late Synod of his Church relative to tho teaching of Cardinal Vaughan on .the Catholic Avorship of the Blessed Virgin.

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DIOCESAN NEWS. ARCHDIOCESE OF SIDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

DIOCESAN NEWS. ARCHDIOCESE OF SIDNEY. On Sunday next the Feast of St. Paul of the Cross, the founder of the Order of the Passionists, will be celebrated at St. Brigvid's, Marriekville. High Mass will bo celebrated at 11 o'clock, at which the Rev. Father Fitzgerald, O.S.F., will preach. Mr.. W. Asprey will conduct the choir in Gounod's ' Messe Solennelle/'and Mr. Croft will preside at the organ. The soloists will be Mrs. Fawn, Mr. Bassett Hull, and Mr. J. McNamara. An ' Ave Maria,' composed by Mr. Asprey, will be sung by Dr. Maguire j the organ accompaniment Avill be played by the com poser, and the 'cello and violin parts will be played by Signor Podenzana and Mr. Watts respectively. Mr. Asprey may well be congratulated on his new composition : it is full of melody, cleverly composed, and evidently points to musical genius in the young composer. In the hands of one of our best baritones — Dr. M'aguire — no doubt the piece, which is indeed worthy the house of God, will be properly re...

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ARCHDIOCESE OF ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

ARCHDIOCESE OF ADELAIDE. The consecration of the Eight Rev. S. Mahor as Bishop of Port Augusta took place on Sunday at St. Francis Xavier's Cathedral. The Archbishop acted as consocrator. There Avore also present tho Bishops of Ba.llarat and Sale, and the Coadjutor-Bishop of Sandhurst.

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DIOCESE OF WILCANNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

DIOCESE OF W1LCANNIA. '.I 'ho Right Rev. Dr. Dunne Avill administer the Sacrament of Confirmation at Hay on Sunday, May 10.

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ST. BENEDICT'S. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

ST. BENEDICT'S. At u meeting of St. Boneiliot's Christian Doctiino Ouiifriituriiifcy, held in the school hull oil Sunday, April 10, the in embers took tho opportunity offered of prosenfc ing tho Rev. Father Timonoy, tho Into administrator to the parish, with a testimonial as a mark of esteem and regard in which he is held by the members, whose great pleasure it was to work under him during the past six years as administrator. The Rev. Father Carroll (who succeeds the Rev. Father Timoney as administra tor) occupied the chair, with Father Timoney on his right and Father Whyte on his left, and after a few remarks called upon the president of the CD. C, Mr. James Kirby, to make the presentation (Avhich took the form of a handsome travelling bag suitably in scribed) on behalf of the members. On rising to make the presentation, Mr. Kirby made special reference to tho good work performed in the parish by the Rev. Father Timoney duriDg his term of adminis tratorship, the able and generous a...

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

DIOCESE OF AUCKLAND. The Rev. Father Buckley the other day, on the first anniversary of his ordination, received presenta tions, as tokens of esteem and good will respectively, from tho sanctuary boys of St. Patrick's Cathedral and tho local members of the Society of the Children of Mary. Presents wore also made on the occasion to the Rev. Father by several individual .members of tho congregation.

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

SOCIAL. On Tuesday even ing List a large crowd was assem bled in St. Mary's Cathedral to witness what might be called m. pretty little wedding. The happy pair were Mi1. John DougnJ! Murdoek and Miss Ada Elizabeth Ryiin, both residents of Sydney. The bridesmaid and best man wore Miss Norah Ryan and M.v. James Ryan, and the knot was tied by the Rev. Thomas Plielan, ol:1 St. Mary's Cathedral. * * * The social in aid ol! the church building fund at West Hillgrove (says our Hillgrove correspondent) was held in E. IVIcNamara's hall on Wednesday night, ami was a great; success. The attendance was very large, includinu' visitors from Hillgrove, Armidale, and Uralla. At midnight refreshments were handed round, after which dancing was resumed and kept up till three o'clock. Mr. (,'l;i,vis acted as M.C. The programme was interspersed with songs. The music for dancing was a great treat, and 'was supplied by Miss M'ay (piano), and. Mr. Oopar (violin), who were occasionally relieved by Mr. Hyam, ...

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

MELBOURNE. On last night (Sunday, April 19), the Arohbishop concluded his series of able lectures on 'The Primaoy of the Roman Pontiff.' Tho cathedral was crowded with a most attentive audience. The Might Rev. Dr. Corbett, Bishop of Sale, occupied a scat in tho sanctuary. The Arohbishop said that in his last lecturo he had dealt with tho ovidonco supplied by tho second ooutury- — evidence of a twofold kind, positivo and negative. Tho positive evidenco was thai; of the Fathers who lived during that period, and whoso Hvoh or whoso writings had come down to the present day. Tho negative was the refutation of tho theory that the 'Clementine Romance ' was the origin of tho claim of tho Roman Pontiffs to tho chair of St. Peter. Ho then went on to deal with the evidonco afforded by the testimony of the Fathers and Councils of the 3rd, 4th, and first half of the fifth oenturies. In referring to those circumstances, which were calculated to give the East a preponderating influonco in the Chu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOTES AND COMMENTS. The Premier and Drink. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 2 May 1896

NOTES AND COMMENTS. The Premier and Drink. There is an active body of gentlemen in Sydney who, for every human ill, have a remedy. The remedv is to call a public meeting, to deliver the usual speeches, and to wait on the Premier with a view to future legislation. The unemployed, old-age pensions, and drink, more than anything else, receive at their hands marked and constant attention. Last week the now familiar faces of the deputationists waited on the Premier with a proposal for the regulation of the drink traffic. Mr. Reid, after the excitement and misfortunes of his country excursion, was on the occasion in his usual state of mental alertness, and uttered some very sensible remarks on this oft-recurring subject. Every one, he declared, would like to see the evils of drink abolished, and there is a unanimity of opinion among all reflecting men that, at once, action and determined steps must be taken to lessen its ravages. Alas! thnnsrh. hinrinnp1 every effort and mocking all tempe...

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