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

/HALLAG-HAN'S 1 j \J BOOTS STAND HARD WEAR. Try Them. 395 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. ' GrLOBIE TIE.AS Awarded FIRST PRIZE and SPECIAL SILVER, MEDAL by Royal Agricultural Society of Sydney, 1895 th us k CHOICE TKAS MAY MO OBTAIN KD FROM ATCHEXtXEY & DAWSON, 257 George Street, Sydney.

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

ATHLETICS. The Melbourne Amateur Walking and Touring Club brought oil' a 50-mile walking race last week. The course was from the one-mile post on the Sydney-road to the 20-mile post beyond Beveridge and back. J. McDonald came home first, completing the distance in LOhr. ihnin. Deducting stoppages, the winner averaged live miles an hour right through, which must be considered excellent, espe cially as for a considerable part of the journey a hard northerly wind was blowing, greatly inter fering with the competitors.

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 May 1896

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Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LITERATURE AND THE FINE ARTS. Recent Religious Publications. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 May 1896

LITERATURE AND THE FINE ARTS. Recent Religious Pubiica tiODS. ? ~w. ? Among the books recently received by Messrs. George Robertson and Co. of particular interest to those who con cern themselves about questions of religion is the first volume of a 'Com- plete Manual of Canon Law,' bv Oswald J. Reichel, B A., B C.L., F.S.A. The inten tion of the work is to contribute towards the reunion of Christendom without the introduction of controversy. The present volume is on the sacraments, and in treating of his subject great erudition is shown by the writer. By those to whom it is of importance to enquire into what it is that divides the extreme Ritualist section of the Anglican Church from Rome this volume may be studied with much advantage. — 'Catholic Doctrine and Discipline Simplified,' by Philip Bold, is a useful book for the instruction of Catholics and those generally who desire to understand the faith. Its value is certi fied by the fact that it has been revised and in part edited ...

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

Inverell Labour and Registry Office. — Only best class of male and female servants supplied. Dresses dyed. Gentlemen's suits cleaned or dyed and tailor pressed. Feathers cleaned, dyed, and beautifully curled. All orders will receive best attention. Charges very moderate. Agent for This Catholic Press. Mrs. T. J. Walsh, Otho-street, Inverell. — [Advt.] ST. JOSEPH'S CONVENT, WINDSOR. HIGH-CLASS BOARDING SCHOOL FOlt YOUNG LADIES. The Curriculum includes all the Ordinary School Subjects, and Pupils are prepared for University Examinations. Resident Pupils receive every attention. For Prospectus apply to THE SUPERIORESS. [Mm/ Price Lists, Faniphlets WBI lUl in .Effective Bold °Stylo at /fliff -$§|yp MURRAY & CO., ™tijmj JT. GALLON'S BUBK ALBUBY WINES.— 400 Muiui.8, ? including fclioso from I ho Exhibitions of Ainafcordiun, Bor deaux, Vienna, Culoubta, .Philadelphia, London, etc., oto.— Mr. PAiii-ON positively guarantees Absoluto Purity, and, for u healthy, nutritiouH bovoi'age of...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ST. BRIGID'S CHURCH, MARRICKVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 May 1896

ST. BRIGID'S CHURCH, MARRICKVILLE. ? ♦ ? At the Church oi'tho Pnssionist Fathers on Sunday the Feast of St. Paul ol: tho Cross, Founder of tho Order, was celebrated. There was a very large attendance, numbers of peopln coming* from the city and the other suburbs to show thoir esteem and affection foi* the Fathers by honouring the festival of their great saint. High Mass was celebrated at 11 a.m., the 'Very Bov. Father Patrick acting as celebrant, with the Kov. Fathers Clement and CallistiiB, respectively, as deacon and sub-deacon, 11 it r\ f- li r\ I if /a if \i*t\ {? li / \ ?» I if t\i »? i ii tili'l ii u lnnoroH r\\' ceremonies. There were also prosont the Right Bov. Monsignor O'Brien, the Very Rev. Dean Slattery, the Rev. Father Mcl.uornoy, S.J., and the Eev. Father Fitzgerald, O.S.F. The sermon was preached by the Rov. Father Fitzgerald, O.S.F. , who took for his text the miracle ill which our Blessed Lord, iu response to the prayer of his disoiploH — ' Lord save us, wo pei'ish'...

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

THE LATE SIR HENRY PARKES. ? — Tins funoral of tho lato Sir Henry Parkos, which took place on tho Wednesday of last week, was vary largely attended. In compliance with ttio wishes of the deceased, a public funeral was dispensed with. The remains wore buried in the Faulcon bridge Cemetery. The whole of tho arrangements for the fuueral (says the Toleijraph) were in tho hands of Messrs. Wo- id and Company, and wero porsonally superintended by Mr. Arthur U. J. Wood. Thoro was not tho slightest hitoh throughout. Every detail had bom most carefully considered, and was so worked out as to \i\vq tho greatest, possible satisfaction. On the morning of Sir Henry's death Mr. A. C. J. Wood proceeded to Kenil worth and embalmed the body. Sj excellently wa.sthis done that when tho romaius were soldered down there was not the slightest truce of decay visible. The Provident Freehold Distributi m, to take place by ballot at Hobart on Juue 2!i, offers a chance of obtaining for 10a. a prize of the valu...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BERTHA; OR, THE POPE AND THE EMPEROR AN HISTORICAL TALE. CHAPTER XIV.—Continued. THE RECONCILIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 May 1896

BERTHA; OR, THE POPE AND THE EMPEROR AN HISTORICAL TALE. 1SY WILLIAM BERNARD MACCABE. CHAPTER XIV.— Continued. TIIU IIISOONOILIATION. Henry, in his despair, whom ho heard himself so ad dressed by those whom ho know to bo his surest friends, beoauHO in all matters his most compliant adherents, throw hiniHolf back in his throno, covered his face with his imperial robes, and wept — wept those bitter tears which wicked men shod when they find that their plots are baffled and their passions thwarted — tears that as they fall bring1 no relief to the heart, but seems as drops of fire, from which spring forth tho hell-born demons, jhatreel, malice, and vongoanoo, against all, and upon all, who have contributed to their defeat and disappointment. Henry rose from his throno, and with the voico and manner of a man who has boon told uuploasant tidings, and has determined to bear them with pationo3,he said — ' I pray of you, moat reverend Cardinal aud Bishop of Ostia, to rise from your knees-— i...

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

FEED. W. PARSONS, Auctioneer and Estate Agent. [Established 1880 ] PROPERTIES BOUGHT AND SOLD, HOUSES LET, ESTATES MANAGED, VALUATIONS MADE FOE PROBATE and LAND AND INCOME TAX. Accounts rendered Monthly. VICTORIA CHAMBERS, 44 Oastlebbagh-Stbhbt, v ? Opposite Axxstralia Hotel,

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IRISH NEWS. LEINSTER ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 May 1896

IRISH NEWS. ? + ? (From Contemporaries.) LEINSTER ITEMS. The Countess of Aberdeen has given an order to a Dublin firm of silversmiths for the manufacture of a silver bowl of quaint design, to bear the following inscription : ' The halesome paaritch, chief o' Scotia's food, and buirdly chiels and clever hizzies, are bred in sic a way as this.' Without explanation, a person out of Ireland wmild. nn dnnht. bfi nuzzled to eruess at the connpp,. tion between insanity and Irish landlords. But the connection is well established, and we have it in a British Government Lunacy Commissioner's Report, which informs us that lunacy is increasing- in Ireland, and that among the main causes are 'innu- tritious dietary of the poorer classes of the com munity and acute agricultural depression and dislo cation, so widely experienced in recent years, and the great mental strain and harassing1 anxieties that have followed in their wake.' The 'agricultural depression,' of course, is the direct result of ...

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

SWIMMING. The Eastern Suburbs Swimming Club held some interesting contijBts at Bondi liaths on Saturday afternoon. The 100yds. race was won by L. Leo, J. Ryan being second. Leo also annexed the 200yds. event, and was second in the plunge competition, the winner being H. A. Wylie (47ft. Bin.) Tho distance dive was secured by C. O. Sharpe (50yds.)

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTS AND PASTIMES. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 May 1896

SPORTS AND PASTIMES. ? * ? CRICKET. First Grade Competition. — The contests for the first grade were continued last Saturday. The Glebe men, who on the previous Saturday were 246 for one wicket, brought up their total to 361, Gr. Youill contributing 174. The University have lost one wicket for 62. The Waverley representatives havo a big task before them in the match against North Sydney. They lost two wickets for 24-, while North Sydney have 278 to their credit. The Paddington eleven, who made 60 in their first innings against Central Cumberland's 179, have given up the contest.

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A WORTHY SUGGESTION. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 May 1896

A WORTHY SUGGESTION. (to the editor op the catholtc press.) Sir, — Can you grant me a little space in your paper to recall to the minds of your many readers the once familiar name of 'Tim Fogarty' (Wm. Ellard, Esq.) I do not think that there is in Aus tralia to-day a man who has done nobler service to the Irish cause than that gentleman. During a long life he has wielded a powerful pen in behalf of his race, and particularly in behalf of the scattered members of it in Australia. When ever a j^assing storm of anti-Irish or anti-Catholic feeling was stirred up for political or other ends, i*.n ov/a Tier era r\t~\ a lmlnilmn1 trr\i nd wi -i anrl iinrr»vinl'\l -kt U1LUJ. \-* l» £Ut3 KJXX.KJ UlJ.J.(.ViXJ.llll V Ul\jO X CvXfjXJKL .Hi. V CvX XtVKtX V against it, and that was the not uncertain voice of ' Tim Fogarty.' He will not object to my saying just for once that ' Tim' is a sturdy Protestant with a fine Irish backbone, and for that very reason we Irishmen of Sydney should be the more ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A DEFENCE OF CARDINAL MANNING. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 May 1896

A DEFENCE OF CARDINAL MANNING. (to the editor of the catholic press.) Sir, — Cardinal Manning is not quite happy in some of his defenders any more than in the biographer that lately made an ' attempt on his life.' In your last issue a correspondent, not content Avith shielding him from groundless imputations, Avarmly undertakes to defend him from Avhat most people of intelligence would consider a manifestation of one of his rarest virtues. I allude to the Cardinal's contributing to the pages of the Nineteenth Century. Cardinal Ma.iTmno* novGr allowed himself to foi'2'et that the Church, is Catholic, and has a care and anxiety for other sheep besides those Avithin her fold, and hence, in spite of a naturally retiring disposition, he Avas quick to avail of every occasion to break doAvn the Avails of prejudice and ignorance, and let in the light of truth upon those that Avere in the darkness of error. It was under the impulse of this zeal for souls that, when the Nineteenth Century app...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ST. JOSEPH'S, WEST BALMAIN. Presentation to the Rev. Father Dunne. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 May 1896

ST. JOSEPH'S, WEST BALMAIN. Presentation to the Bev. Father Dunne. On Friday evening, on the occasion of a presentation to the Rev. Father Dunne, a concert was given in St. Joseph's Schoolroom. The programme, ?which was of a Homewhat lively nature, comprising several comic songs 'and endiugjwifch an Irish jig, was carried out with much success. The sterner element predominated, the ouly lady singer being Miss Keating, who, how ever, well upheld the credit of her Hex. Tho jig was danced, and very deftly and prettily danced by Miss Strachan, a young lady Htill, and for some years to come, to be reckoned among the children. The gentle mn.Ti fiintrorn worn IVToRHrs rV TVTpn.Tiv- T. 'RrlinmrflH. O Beath, P. McDonagh, Williams, H. Levy, Ward Brothers, and 0. Howard. An overture on the piano was played by Mr. J. Keating. The audience were highly appreciative, and encores were frequent. During the interval in the programme the presenta took place, the Rev. Father Moynagh, parish priest, off...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Letter from John Daly. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896

Letter from John Daly. Our London correspondent; wiros us (Dublin Freeman, April 4) : — 'James McCullagh, who was Hontonced at Edinburgh in Decembor, 1883, to ponal servitude for life in connection with tho atfcemptod explosions nt Buchanan-street Railway Station, tho Tradestou gasometer, and tho PohsiI Bridge Canal— all in G-lasgow — was roleasod from Portland Prison on Friday.' Mr. Jamos Daly, brother of John Daly, handed our Limerick correspondent for publication tho following touohing lottor from his brothor in Portand Prison : — ' Wodnosday, January 15, 1896. u Dbah Jim — Your moro than kind and vory inter esting letter of October Jil aviih givon to mo on Novem ber 12 ; but lot that pass, and lot mo toll you of a vow I vowed — that should I bo restored to liberty, and should I havo causo to dill'or with J. .Rodmond, I will first go to him and shako hands, for Jamoa's nako, and then differ with him, liko a man, if neods bo. Because lie not only brought me a beautiful lifctlo pho...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896

HOTELS, GENERAL STORES, and MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESSES. Wo have the above BUSINESSES for SALE in SYDNEY and COUNTRY. USFIT IS ONLY NECESSAEY FOE BUYERS TO CALL, WHEN FULL AND ACCURATE PARTICULARS WILL BE SUPPLIED. nij^f) A POY ^ HO 9, XO, and 11 Post Office Chambers, KAJ-U\y, -£X» \J\J^\. UU VV», 114 PITT STREET* SYDNEY (OPPOSITE GKP.Q.)

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Mr. William O'Brion's Discharge from Bankruptcy. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896

Mr. William O'Brien's Discharge from Bankruptcy. On Friday, April 3, in tho Bankruptcy Court, before Mr. Registrar Brougham, an application was made for an order of discharge in the bankruptcy of Mr. Win. O'Brien. Mr. Roed, Q.O. , addressing tho Registrar in Hiijjjjuro ul uiiu tipjmuu/Uiuu, nuittuu jiu wuuiu uuimuno w have judgmonl; entorod for .£50. Mr. Ohanoo, tho petitioning creditor in tho oawe, had boon a eolloaguoof Mr. O'Brien in the Irish Parliamentary Party, and it was to tho Party ho should havo looked for tho costs in tho libol action against Lord Salisbury, and not to Mr. O'Brien. This was the view which tho Hibernian Bank, a moro businoHH concorn, took of tho matter of the indebtedness to them, and that morning Sir George Lewis had received from the secretary of tho Hibornian Bank, Dublin, a tologram in tho following words : ' Your wiro roeeived. Hiborniau Bank do not prove against William O'Brien in bankruptcy, nor does the bank make any oluim against tho o.itate.' The...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896

FE E D. W. P A E SONS, Auctioneer and Estate Agent. [Establish od 1880.] PROPERTIES BOUGHT AND SOLD, HOUSES LET, ESTATES MANAGED, VALUATIONS MADE FOE PROBATE and LAND AND INCOME TAX. Accounts rendered Monthly. VICTORIA CHAMBERS, U Castlbjuoagh-St#ew Opposite Australia Hotel.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896

iF *j«ma Bj...hjmM ^ftswaifeL |\/8 18 B»— «fl ^?''W I ^iJI I 3 ^^*% V J a ^ki HAT MANUFACTURERS, 302 GEOEGE STREET, SYDNEY.

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