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COMMERCIAL WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 May 1896

| COMMERCIAL ? ^ ? ________ Wkdnesday. A modeba-te am oiiii t of business has been transacted during the week. A number of country orders were to hand yesterday. At the tea sales yesterday there was fair competition. It is noticeable that China teas are quickly losing- ground to the advantage of Ceylon and Indian. Referring to the sales, Messrs Harris and Aclcman report as follows : — ' The whole catalogues, covering 2,108 packages, were cleared. Bidding for China teas was dull, and difficulty was experienced in even selling without reserve. Prices were decidedly irregular; in all 1,770 packages realised from 3i]d. to 6cl. per lb. Bidding for Ceylon teas was more animated, and the catalogue was cleared at full late market rates. Prices ranged rroiii o:fu. Lvv goou couiznoii i ejcoe ooucuougs 10 Is. 2kl. for choice Broken Orange Pekoes. The attendance was large and representative. Considering the apathy displayed lately towards Foochow teas, the clearance was satisfactory.' A parcel ...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Tribute to the Irish Priesthood. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 May 1896

A Tribute to the Irish Priesthood. Douglas Hyde ranks among the foremost Irish scholars of the day. He is a non-Catholic, but that does not lessen his sympathy for tho peasantry of Ireland or prejudice his views of the Irish priesthood. He knows the country more intimately than most men, for he has travelled from house to house in tho wild mountain regions of Connomara, gathoring up the old songs and airs which are there more perfectly preserved than in any other place. This has given him a most intimate acquaintance with the people, and, in a recent articlo, ho says : — ' Tho long years, full of rum and poverty, which tho Irish people suffered, without any one to stand up for them but their own priests, bound to them tho heart of the nation, strongly, firmly, inseparably. The people saw during 100 years the priests in poverty and misery standing in tho gap of danger, seeking to fulfil their sacred office, coming in and doing among them, anointing those peoplo who were at tho point ...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TWO LEADERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 May 1896

THE TWO LEADERS. At a banquet given in London on St. Patrick's Day to Mr. Justin McCarthy, the following speeches wore made : — Tho Chairman (Mr. John Dillon) said : In tho early days of the Irish movement, when tho Irish Party wore struggling to assort tho rights of tho people, they wero over and over again assailed with, insults in England, and wero called selfish and self seeking agitators. Ho (Mr. Dillon) did not think that tho members of the .Party who had passed through tho last few years could bo called self seeking agitators. Ho believed that nothing but faith in a great cause, a doep and deathless convic tion that they wore following the path of duty, could havo sustained tho courage and spirit of Irish politicians through tho valley of tho shadow of donth through which they had passed. (Hoar, hear.) They were face to faoo in Parliament and in Ireland with a Government which had preach od a now policy and a new departure1. They had hoard during tho winter that the British G...

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A MOCK TRIAL AT ST. BENEDICT'S [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 May 1896

A MOCK TRIAL AT ST. BENEDICT'S, The members of tho St. Benedict's Debating Society carried out on Wednesday night, April 20, very succesfully a Mock Trial. Mr. P. Becker was charged with assaulting Mr. H. Fitzgerald, and robbing him of JU8 10s. Mr. J. Kirby acted as judge; Mr. J. Wren, crown prosecutor; Mr. T. 'Niland, advocate for defence; the witnesses were Constable Eyan, D. Casey, T. Williams, E. Col borne, T. Milian. The jury consisted of twelve members of the society. Tho director, tho Eov. J. Whyte, was present. ' After tho Avitnosses were all examined, and all evidence taken, Mr. Niland addressed the jury for thirty-five minutes. Jiivery credit is clue to 'Mr. Niland for the able manner in which ho delivered his address. Wo have ovory reason ? to beliove that he will prove a credit to his tutor, Mr. W. P. Crick. The judge, in summing up, favoured the prisouer on account of tho unreliable evidence that was brought against him. Tho jury retired to consider their verdict, and a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CONNAUGHT ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 May 1896

CONNAUGHT ITEMS. The Tuam Herald says : Castlegrove, the residence of Mr. F. Lewin, four miles from Tuam, is one of the most hospitable as Avell as lovoliost country seats in the western county. Thoro is a picturesque old castle on tho estate, which dates from an early cen tury, and is famous in legendary loro. There is also a fairy fort around which nature has wovon many a garland. On Sunday, March 22nd, in the Dominican Church, Gal way, a memorial window avrs unvoiled and a beautitnl mgii altar was consecrated in commemora tion of the late Fathor Tom Burke, O.P., the illus trious preacher of the Dominican Order, who died in the zenith of his fame. The ceremony was performed by the Right Rev. Dr. O'Callaghan, O.P., Bishop of Cork. The Very Rev. Father Lyons, St. Mary's, Tallaght, preached an eloquent panegyric on Father Burko's life and works. Death has removed from the Third Order Regular of St. Francis one of the most venerable, laborious members, Brother Bonaventure MoDermott. C...

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ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 May 1896

ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH. ? 4 ? On Sunday last, at St. Patrick's, the feast of Blessed Peter Louis Chanel, the first martyr of Oceanica, and a member of the Society of Mary, was celebrated. The Very Eev. A. Guillemin was the celebrant at High Mass, the deacon and sub-deacon being the Eev. Fathers F. Huault and Piquet respectively. Father Ginisty, in the course of an eloquent sermon, briefly outlined the life of Father Chanel. He was born 'in the diocese of Lyons in 1803. At an early age Father Chanel went to college, and soon became noted for his modesty, simplicity, and gentleness. TVn Viio o-vnnf. rinl i rrVif, lift was. RODll after Ms ai'l'ival. elected president-prefect of the congregation of the Children of Mary. In the year 1831 he joined the Society of Mary, and expressed a strong desire to go to the foreign missions, but for a time, at least, his wish was not gratified, and he was appointed Director of one of the Society's seminaries in France. Five years later he was sent to th...

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THE IRISH ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 May 1896

THE IRISH ABROAD. The Henry McShane Manufacturing Company of Baltimore, well-known boll founders, have very successfully cast a boll for St. M'alachy's Church, Castle-Well an, County Down, Ireland, to the order of the rector, Rev. Joseph O'Connor. The weight of the bell is 400 pounds, and the fact that it was cast on St. Patrick's Dav gives it an interesting prostigo from the beginning. It will bo fully mountod and shipped for its destination in a few days. General William MolTat Roilly, who recently died in Philadelphia, left a largo fortune, a portion of which ho directs in his will slmll he nwnrl for f,lm erection in front of Independence Hall, of bronze statues of Lafayette, Montgomery, Pulaski and Stouben, in recognition of their services in the American Revolutionary War. In addition, the will directs that statues of Gens. Wayne, Greene, Sumtor and ]\! organ and Capt. Paul Jones bo erected in Independence Square. The will providos also for tho erection and endowment of a free ...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DIOCESAN NEWS. ARCHDIOCESE OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 May 1896

DIOCESAN NEWS. ? .y ARCHDIOCESE OF SYDNEY. W.is regret to have to announce tho serious illness of Father Madden, of Albion Park. Though ailing for some time, Father Madden was able to attend 'to his missionary duties j but of late his sickness has developed into a worse condition, and bis medical attendant (Dr. Wade), would recommend him to. abstain for somo time from his usual work. On last Sunday evening the usual monthly meeting of tho Association of the Sacred Heart was held in St. Mary's Cathedral. The Rev. Fathor Timonoy preached a very eloquent and instructive sermon on tho occasion. In tho evening' the Pro cession of the Blessed Sacrament took place. In the absence of His Eminence, the Eight Rev. Monsiguor O'Brien, assisted by Fathers Hayden and Urugan, onlciatod. Between the Vespers and Bouediction. Mr. Percy Bates sang the recitative and aria fronj 'Elijah,' 'Ye people rend your hearts.' At the Benediction the 'Tantmn Ergo' was sung by Mons. Boffard. Mr. Delany deserves to...

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ULSTER ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 May 1896

ULSTER ITEMS, St. Columba's Church, Omagli, County Tyrone, Ireland, has had a new bell hung in the steeple. It weighs 1,750 pounds. The inscription consists of the last words of the saint, written Saturday, June 8, 597 : ' They who seek the Lord shall want no manner of things that is good.' Last month three estates were sold to the tenants in Cookstown district. One of these is the remainder of the Skinners' Company's estate in County Derry, \iiio i/urms utJiiig suvtuiLUfcui yvivra puruiittao wiuu. tin arrears (averaging two years rent) off. By this sale a very large tract of country is altogether owned by the occupiers. The next was on Mr. Kennedy's estate near Pomeroy, the terms being seventeen years' purchase. The most interesting sale, how ever, was on the Bally da wley estate of Mr Ash, J.P. There are seventeen tenants on the estate, on the borders of county Tyrone. The entire acreage is 270 acres, and the average rent is over ,£1 an acre. The agreement has been signed by which...

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SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 May 1896

SOCIAL. -*. ? The annual ball in aid of the funds of the French Benevolent Society will take place on June 17. A preliminary meeting of ladies was held last woek at St. Patrick's Presbytery. Mrs. Eoesen was elected president. Amongst those present were : Mine. Rongier, Mine. Laure, Mrs. Aston Watkins, Mrs. Learoyd, Mine. Sturnifels, Mine. Henri, Mine Boivin, Mine. Fcrnand, M.me. Martel, Mine. Funck, Mine. Sogur, Mine. Levy, and Mile. llambort. On Wednesday evening, April 29, a most successful 'Dance' was held in the Town Hall, Rookdale, in aid of the Church Fund. Au energetic committee of ladies had been busily at work for some weeks previous in making the necessary arrangements for the evening, and the brilliant success of the social gathoring was a reward for their untiring1 labours, as fitting as it was consoling. An artistic combination of draping, banners, hot-house plants, ferns and flowers of every variety and tint made the interior of the hall look, for the occasion, like an...

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MUNSTER ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 May 1896

MUNSTER ITEMS. Lord Dunraven, who was expelled from honorary membership in the New York Yacht Club recently, has been made Lord Lieutenant .of the County of Limerick, Ireland, by the Tory Government of England, as a kind of offset to the indignity suffered by him at the hands of the American yachtsmen. The Chief Secretary's offer to mediate in the case of the Clongorey estate has been promptly accepted by the tenants. It now remains for the landlord and the Chief Secretary to act. If the landlord consents to the arbitration there seems to be no reason why Mr. Gerald Balfour should not be able to effect a happy settlement. In addition to the evictions which were completed in Cavrigtwohill, on the O'Callaghan estate, three other evictions, on the estate of Robert U. F. Uniacke, Exeter, England, at Kil county, near Midleton, were recently carried out, protected by a large force of police fi*om Killeag'h and neighbotiring stations. The names of the tenants are Daniel Cashman, Thomas Smy...

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ST. MARTHA'S HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 May 1896

ST. MARTHA'S HOME. On Wednesday morning n mooting of:1 ladies in connection with tlio ball in aid of St. Martha's Industrial Homo was hold in the Town Hall. Lady Darloy pi'osidod, and there wove also present Mos damos Dwyor, Walters, C. ill. Murray, Lydon, Brown, Punch, Koarey, (Smith, 'Williams, Coylo, Woods, Todd, Curtis, Atkinson, Klnokstono, Anderson, and the secretaries, Mrs. .Harrington and Miss O'Urion, The ball, which takes place in the Town Hull on Juno i), ?m'nMiiHMw in ho n, m'oat Htu'c.HSS. and the commiiit.nn trust it will bothoineans of considerably augmenting the funds of the Homo, which is doing1 so excellent a ?work in our midst. Lady Darloy has noli lied her intention of being1 present, and a number of other prominent citizens has promised to attend. For the purpose of arranging details, a mooting of the Indies interested will bo held every Friday morning in the Town Hall at 11 o'clock. An announcement appears in our advertising columns.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 May 1896

Telephone 1482. i vi n ? kj n /tl ri Lm* tj* **j i ? n irk n n i +jp j DENTIST, ST. JAMES5 CHAMBERS, Opposite the Queen's Statue, KING STREET. NOTE. 1. The exact Eee 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. HAKRIS, 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 style.

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ON THE THRESHOLD OF THE TRUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 May 1896

ON THE THRESHOLD OF THE TRUTH. ? ^ ? (Contributed by a Non- Catholic.) Tiib human being in search of a religion is too often met with in this age of many creeds. Nowhere can the roaming1 spirit find real composure, and he frequently drifts into a life of stoical unconcern ; but below this indifference there generally lives a restless and deepening desire to believe in something true and ennobling. Now, let us consider what would be the sentiments of such an individual on entering St. Mary's Cathedral —perhaps the first Roman ' 'atholio edifice he has ever visited in his life It may be that a chance association with a true Catholic has influencod him. Mo has watched the life of this acquaintance and sren therein a spirit of abiding faith and a beauty (if silent, kindness beyond all analysis. When he passes into the Oalhedral he notices, with some degree of wondor, tho genuflexions. Ho feels himself amid unknown surroundings. Hitherto ho has been accustomed to seo people enter a churc...

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NATIONAL ANTIPATHIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 May 1896

NATIONAL. ANTIPATHIES. There is no nation with so poor an appre ciation of her greatness as to think herself inferior to any other. She may consider other countries powerful and their history honourable, but she knows none whose history is more glorious than her own, or whose sons have shown such heroism on the battlefield. What the Englishman thinks of England, the Frenchman thinks oi France, and the Irishman thinks of the ' Emerald Isle.' Australians, too, do not violate the general rule when the discussion turns on the resources and beauty of countries, and the amount of genius that nature has distributed among the children of each. Goldsmith, in the ' Traveller,' touched this matter with a needle when he said — ? ' Such is tho patriot's boast where'er wo roam, His first, best country, ovor is at homo.' With this passion to adore one's own country is linked the tendency to depreciate that of others, and the pains with which this de preciation is indicated could easily be spared. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 May 1896

1 Twenty Bales Bought Before the Advance in Wool. I CALL AND INSPECT. THE VALUE IS THERE. I 0-4 Whitney BLANKETS, 6s. lid. and 7s. lid. I 11-4 Whitney BLANKETS; 12s. 9d. and 14s. 9d. ? 10-4 Whitney BLANKETS, 9s. Hd. and 10s. 9d. | J2-4 Whitney BLANKETS, 15s. 6d. and 17s. 6d. I ALL EXTRA VALUE AT LOWEST CASH PRICES. BOYS1 REEFERS ? 4s. lid. Special Purchase of Boys' Deep Cape 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 ... 7s. (5d., 8s. lid. Youths' Sac Suits, in durable Serges and Tweeds ? 8s. lid., 10s. 6d. Youths' Sac Suits, extra quality, 13s. 6d., 16s. 6d. Our own make Austral Youths' Sac Suits, equal to order ... ... ... 25s. to 37s. 6d. NOTE. — Boys' and Youths...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 May 1896

INSIST on Getting the John Bull Brand. Thousands are now Drinking it. TfcREE QUALITIES. F'X 1§OLDBYALL PACKED m / Jqffk 3 rmrh I LB an d i/z LB Packets £ Jf \rf -» nR^ ^ Also in /^f -5-4| ofl . J I n II /^ *?% L. S7 Sp**?1 ^wr Mi mP I I I i ^| tw^ ^T q-, ???si Should your Grocer try to palm oil* other Brands, send to us. We will tell you where you can get it. (LIMITED), Wholesale Proprietors, 172 CLARENCE STREET.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 May 1896

. ? ? .-* ? — ? . ? —. ? — — - ? ? -— ? -? ??.'?-~-~»'*--^™-~'~'-] %*- . * - ' ^ fas YINEYAED, HUNTER ItlVER. ? ? AUSTRALIAN WINES ANALYSED. ¥ CAWARRA WINES COMPARED WITH EUROPEAN. Report of the Chemist to the Department of Agriculture. Copy of Mr. F. B. Guthrie's Report. Messrs. H. J. Lindeman's Australian Wines. The accompanying table gives the composition of a number of samples of wine produced by Mr. H. J. Lindeman, of Ctiwarra. The samples examined were all personally selected by myself in company with Mr. F. B. Kyngdon, of the Sydney Mail, and represent fair average samples of tho bulk of the Paterson 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 erallons each, the bottles being iillod from two or three different casks, and mixed again before analysis, so that each sample represents tho average of several different casks. Nos. 5 and 6 were drawn in the sam...

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OUR YOUNG MEN. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 May 1896

OUR YOUNG MEN. (TO 'I'll JO EDITOR OV THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) l~l 1111 1 1* /» » » » S~* -*-v ? »jr, — j.Jie iasi; issue 01 the uatholic 1'bicss is worthy of the attentive perusal of both priests and Catholic laity. The leading1 article, ' Our Young Men,' is practical and instructive, and the whole of tho correspondence strikes tho keynote of a higher tone of Catholic opinion, which should be encouraged and cultivated in .New South Wales. If the priests do not exert themselves a. little more to spread Catholic literature amongst our young men, and to create a sound uatnoiic spiriu amongst tno poopLe tnrougn the Catholic Puishs, they will lose the control which they ought to have over their congregations. I know several toAvns in Now South Wales with a population of from four to seven or eight thousand, and a relative proportion, of Catholics varying from one to two thousand, where there is no Catholic young men's society, no Catholic Library, no means of getting a Catholic book except ...

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(TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 May 1896

(TO TH1Q EDITOR OF Til 10 CATHOLIC PHESB.) Sin,-- Your correspondent ' Catholic,' in your columns of tho 2nd hiht., seems to think that the lettor signed 'William lloga.ii,' re tho above, thnt appeared in a former date of your journal ,is the bugle sound of an alarmist's note induced by tho impulsive ness of a hasty conclusion, and by inuendo, at least, his remarks seem to savour of the belief that the writer had not accorded him that meed of fair play to which he is entitled. In perusing the lines of Mr. Uogan's letter, it appeared perfectly clear to me that the writer ; had tried to approach his subject with a mind unfet j tered by prejudice and unwarped by rashness — reason, ! and reason-alone, seeming to be the pivot on which I he poised the scales of his judgment, and his decluc I tions at least point in consonance with intelligence, I and rest on a rational and philosophic basis. The whole of his erudite effusion shows that no little diligence has been exercised in unfolding s...

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