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

J, ? I YOU'EE ONE THAT SPENDS MONET. You buy for cash j then see what MARK POY sells for cash. TRY MARK FOY'S NEXT TIME. Aprons, oooking Jackets Art Drapes Laces Artists' Materials Linoleums Bonnets Macintoshes Boas, fur and feather Mantles Blouses, Silk, Cashmere, Millinery &c. Morning Gowns Bicycle Knickers Mourning Dress Materials Baby Linen Opera Cloaks Bedsteads Overooats 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 Orepous Soaps Chiffons Sheeting Crockery Silks Carpets Stationery Corsets Shirts Costumes Toques Curtains Tea Gowns Dress Materials Toilet Brushes, &o. Engravings Theatrical Tights Embroideries Do. Pads French Flowers Do. Grease, Paints, &o. Fur Trimmings Towels Flannels Trimmings Flannelettes Underclothing, Fans White and Flannelette Fancy Ware Un trimmed Hats Furniture Undervests, Woollen Golf...

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

CRICKET. On Saturday last the match between University and tho Glebe was brought to a conclusion, the latter winning by 197 runs, and thus winning also the first grado competition. The Glebe Club played eight matches, of which thoy won seven and lost one. L. Poidovin secured the batting average with 65*4 to his credit, and T. R. McKibbin was first in the bowling, his thirty-three wickets costing 388 runs, or an average of 10'8. The following is the result of the first grade com petition :— Glebe, 1 ; Wavorley, 2 ; Central Cuniber lfind, 3 ; East Sydney and North ^Sydney (ties), 4 ; Padclington, 5 ; University, 6 ; South Sydney, 7 ; Bunvood, 8.

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTS AND PASTIMES. SPECIAL NOTICE [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896

SPORTS AND PASTIMES. ? ^ ? SPECIAL NOTICE [J tems intended for the 'Sports and Pastimes' column should, to prevent delay and disappointment, reach this office not later than Tuesday evening in each iveelc.']

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

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Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DR. CHALMERS AND CARDINAL VAUGHAN. (To the Editor of the Evening Penny Post.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896

DR. CHALMERS AND CARDI NAL VAUGHAN. (To the Editor of the Evening Penny TosLJ Sin, — 'Whon I wrotoon l;liiH Hiilrjeol; on April 25 I was Unwilling1 to writo, bull I foil; bound to corrout; Htato monta muclo by tho Anglican Bishop, who ol'ton HpoaicH of truili. I no]oo(;cd tlirco jkhiiIih out of many in Dr. OhalmorH* addrens to tho lato nynod in hiw oathodral. Firnt — 'Tho Church of Homo no longor euros to face tlio argvnnonli from Snored Horipturo and primitive Ohi'intianity.' Socond— J)r. Chahnor.s attributed to Cardinal Vaughan these words : ' Tho Mother and Child should bo inseparably worshipped with that perfect adoration wmoii is due vo uou. Third — His claiming1 tlio Eastorn Churohos. To provo tho first ho gave mo in his letter of April 27 tho most loarnod and most ominont Englishmen of their day, Cardinal Newman and Cardinal Manning1, referring mo, too, to thoir books — ' The Development of Chris tian Dootrinon' and 'The Toinporal Power of tho Holy Ghost.' In my letter of Apr...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESENTATION TO THE REV. FATHER COLLENDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896

PRESENTATION TO THE REV. FATHER COLLENDER, ? a. ? The Eev. Father Collender, who had been assistant to the Rev. Father Long in the Lewisham j^arish during the past three years, was changed to Quean beyan a few weeks ago. Owing to the short time at his disposal he was able to see but a few of the parishioners before leaving. They did not lose time, however, in giving him a munificent proof of their regard and esteem. The following letter which he received last week speaks for itself : — JJUYVlSIlfctlll, Rev. and Dear Father Collender, May 6, '96. Your hasty departure from amongst us prevents most of us saying good-bye; but having obtained the permission of His Eminence the Cardinal, we now beg your acceptance of the accompanying souvenir as a slight memento of the services you have rendered our holy religion and ourselves during your all too short stay amongst us. We pray that God may grant you many long years in his service, and asking a remembrance in your prayers for our selves an...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OBITUARY. Death of the Very Rev. Canon Hogan, Ex.V.G., Mauritius. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896

OBITUARY. Death of the Very Rev. Canon Hogan, Ex-V.G-., Mauritius. The intelligence of the death of the Very Rev. Canon C. J. Hogan (uncle of the Rev. Father Hogan, Forest Lodge) will be received, says the Kilkenny Journal, not only amongst his many friends in tho city and county of Kilkenny, but also amongst the equally large number scattered through foreign lands, 'with the same deep and heartfelt regret that it was received by us. On the feast of our National Saint; Father Hoiran was called to his reward at tho advanced age of 73 years. As a deacon he went to the Mauritius in 1.840, at the ago of twenty-two years, whore he was ordained by Dr. Collier. Ho laboured there from that period until 1880 witli un varying zeal and devotion, and was appointed Vicar-General by Dr. Honkinson somo yoars before his return to his native land. During tho past fifteen yoars that he livod amongst us ho won tho hearts 'of all by his kind, genial, courtly, and affectionate disposition. Endowed by na...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIRE AT ST. BERNARD'S, NORTH BOTANY. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896

FIRE AT ST. BERNARD'S, NORTH BOTANY. (TO THE ED1TOB OF THE CATHOLIC PliESS.) Sin, — Tho good nuns of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart who have charge of the parochial school attached to St. Bernard's Church were heavy losers by tho fire that recently occurred, gutting their convent, for though the building was insured, the destruction of all their dining-room furniture and kitchen requisites falls as a total loss on the Sisters, and is a severe blow, placed as they are in one of the poorest parishes. May some of your generous readers do something to lighten this blow to the zealous and devoted Botany nuns is the wish of yours faithfully, R.

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

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Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CATHOLIC ORGANISATION. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896

CATHOLIC ORGANISATION. (to the editor of the catholic press.) Sir, — It is to be earnestly hoped that 'William Hogan's' knowledge of the past and present state of Catholics in this colony is far superior to his literary tastes and his powers of criticism. He is mistaken when he concludes that ' Anti-Slavery ' and ' Catholic' aro but different manifestations of the same individual. We are certainly one in contempt for those who love to cringe and beg their way through life ; for those of our people whose every motion is an apology to their Protestant fellow-cifcizens for their misfortune in beinyr born Irish men and Catholics, but otherwise we are two persons. I don't wish to interfere in the controversy between Mr. Hogau and ' Catholic,' but there are some misleading statements and erroneous views in the former's latest letter to which, for the benefit of your readers, I would call attention. Without some knowledge of what ho was speaking about, Mr. Hogan ought not to have treated o...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LITERATURE AND THE FINE ARTS. A Lamented Death. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896

LITERATURE AND THE FINE ARTS. A Lamented Death. The death of Mr. Thomas Hughes, author of 'Tom Brown's School Days/' which occurred at Brighton on March 22, has been a cause of special regret in America, where a book written by him during the civil war, in which he sided with the North, had made him more notably popular. Every where Mr. Hughes will be generally remembered as the author of one of the best boys' books ever written. In a speech recently made in Paris Fruits of by M. Berenger, a member of the Grodlessness. Senate, he condemned the theatres as exercising an increasingly lower ing influence over the moral tone of the population through their licentious plays and shameless exhi bitions. We quote elsewhere, from the Figaro, a particular illustration of the plays in question. Among the art treasures left by the ' Brevis late Lord Leighton is an unfinished Vita.' picture by Sir Joshua Reynolds. Lord Leighton has also left some paintings of his own testifying in like manner to...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CATHOLIC YOUNG MEN. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896

CATHOLIC YOUNG- MEN. (to the editor of the catholic press.) Sir, — Whilst reading very carefully through the vast amount of correspondence that has recently appeared in your valuable columns under the above heading, I have been struck with the amount of indifference that is attached by the majority of your contributors to the effects of parochial debating societies. One correspondent, Mr. R. A. Henerie, speaks very disparagingly indeed of those societies that do exist in our midst, for, he says, ' There are ii.V CDOVvCOQXUJLtJ ll/OQUUltlJ U1V 11 D UU 1UOUQ1 J.111JJJ. U V C11W1J.U UUJ.U at all.' Now, Sir, it is such ungrounded statements as these which do more than anything1 else to baulk any little progress that is being* made by our young' men's societies. Let me tell Mr. Henerie that there are societies— and I refer him to Dean Slattery in support of my statement — existing* in our different parishes which do not meet together as 'mere debating societies/' but which give birth to ...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. M. F. REIDY'S DEPARTURE. TESTIMONIAL TO BE PRESENTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896

MR. M. F. REIDY'S DEPAR TURE. TESTIMONIAL TO BE PRESENTED. A large and representative gathering attended at the Clarendon Hotel on Thursday evening, May 7, to make arrangements for the presentation of an address and testimonial to Mr. Reidy, on behalf of his numerous friends in Sydney, prior to his departure for West Aus tralia. The Rev. J. Bunbury presided, and there were present, among others, Messrs. W. O. Healey, E. O'Farrell, W. Hogan, T. Cawley, P. Twohey, M. McGuire, W. J. Walsh, T. Dunford, Coghlan, Sutton, Ward, Horking, G-uilfoyle, H. Brown, R. Sampson, 1^1-1*1 aiah dwnnA r\r-% T^ Pvatit« T .-wrr\rkV\ ofn A nri Inrviaa for non-attendance were read from the Hon. Dan. O'Connor and Mr. J. G-. O'Connor, in which they expressed their sympathy with the objects of the meeting, and promised their active co-operation in promoting the testimonial. The rev. chairman, in opening the proceedings, expressed how pleased he was that an attempt was being made by the Irish and Irish Austral...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR YOUNG MEN. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896

OUR YOUNG MEN. (TO THE I3D1T0W OF THE CATHOLIC I'ltESH.) Sib, — Under the above heading in your issue oi: the 9th inst. a contributor, ' Senex Sacerdos,' gives some golden advice to our excellent clergy anent the urgent necessity of disseminating amid their flocks, through the channels of Catholic literature (i.e., The Catholic Press and otherwise) tho duties in cumbent on Catholics, in order to render them invul nerable to the deadly seductions with which, honeyed phrases of false philosophy (social and infidel) seek to captivate them. ' Senex Sacordos' in his sound letter tells us (and in this, be it remembered, that he is not speaking from hearsay, but rather from the impregnable ground of personal experience) of certain Catholic young men who, upon having read ' The Pope's Encyclical'— that splendid instrument of marvellous wisdom which the intellect of the world has extolled —spoke of tho Holy Father as an old fossil whose dictation they would not submit to. While deploring the...

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

TASMAN J. HAGrON, Merchant Tailor, 118 Oxford Street. \ WOPD TO MY OLD FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS.— The name HA.G0N is now a household word, and I, TASMAN J. HAGOX, desire to inform the public of Australia that my connection is now severed with the firm of Hagon Bros., Oxford- street, of which house I was reaidont pwtner. PAR and WIDE it will bo Xwed that I have in the past, given full value and satisfaction to ray arge circle of patrona, and having now started SOLELY ON MY OWN ACCOUNT at Il8 SSSSirt £ti«»et I can confidently promise complete satisfaction of all orders entrusted to my oare, By every muil 1 urn receiving tho Vory Latest Makes and Stem fin TWEED*! CteT^T&MQWy™^ having secured the services of FIRST-CLASS OUTERS and WORKMEN, my constituent* may safely depend on obtaining Fashionably -cut and Durable Garments at Bedrock Prices. s TASMAN J. FIAG-ON, 118 Oxford Street.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CATHOLIC RIGHTS AND DUTIES. (TO THIS EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896

CATHOLIC RIGHTS AND DUTIES. (to this .iourro.it oh1 tiiio catholic i-itisss.) Sir, — In my letters to Truo Catholic 1.' risks I havo ondeavoured to direct tho attention of our people t;o the necessity of remembering, in l;ho hunt of political contests, their own rights and privileges, as \vo.ll as more fiscal questions. Other bodies, as Catholics know only too woll, havo othorfchn.ii political, problems to solve at such fcimos. And why should Catholics alono forgot, and bo untrue f;o fclioir own interests ? Aud it is precisely because fchoro exist; in our midst organisations which havo for thoir primary object to 1 1 v\ /Inunnnn i Si \:\~\ r\ 1 I n iniliiAitnn «i i-w I iuimhiI /'I.* /-1-* ^1 ! . » rights that wo require unity of action. As the physician, if ho would heal his pntionfcs, must make use oi' tho most suitable and powerful remedies to check deadly diseases, ho fierce anti-Catholic organi sations must bo counteracted by faithful and united Catholic action. It will bo soon ...

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

WEST MAITLAND. (F.R0M OUIl OWN COlUtESPONDKNT.) The ladies of the Maitland district, who so admirably managed the ball given in the Maitland Town Hall on Tuesday evening in aid of the Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, conducted by tho Dominican Nuns at Waratah, have every reason to be gratified at the result of their efforts in the cause of charity. The attendance was good. Thore must have been, at least, 400 people present in the ballroom during the evening. The scone — animated and artistic in the mind those lines of the poet, which speak of ' Flashing of jewels and flutter of lacos, Tropical odours sweeter than music ; Men and women with beautiful faces, And eyes of tropical dusk.' The ladies, many of whom were dressed with exquisite taste, fairly revelled in all the glory of their new and pretty toilettes ; but it would be too invidious hero to single any from the throng in order to award the palm branch of success. The ball was admirably controlled by six masters of ceremonies...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VINCENTIAN MISSION AT NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896

VINCENTIAN MISSION AT NEWCASTLE. ? ♦ ? During the past three weeks a mission has been conducted by the Vincentian Fathers, the Eev. Fathers Hanly and Henry, at the Sacred Heart Church, Hamilton. The first week was reserved for the children, the second for the women, and the third for the men. The success of each has been most pleas ing. To their efforts the missionaries had the valued assistance of the Rev. T. O'Donohoe, a?1io is in charge of the parish, and the Rev. H. Cullen. Over 170 of the children worn An roller! in f.Tin Sn.p.rftd! T-T«a,rfc. During the women's mission 271' were enrolled, and last week, on Tuesday evening, 150 men enrolled themselves, which number was increased to over 200 before the mission closed on Sunday evening last. During the men's week, on Thursday evening, almost every person in the church, under the influence of a powerful presentation of the evils of intemperance, made a solemn promise to abstain from intoxicating liquors. On Sunday evening the Men'...

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

Inveroll Labour and Registry Office, — Only best class of male and female servants supplied. Drosses dyed. Gentlemen's suits cleaned or dyed and tailor pressed. Feathers cleaned, dyed, and beautifully curled. All orders will receive bost attention. Charges very moderate. Agent for Tnia Catholic Press. Mrs. T. J. Walsh, Otho-street, Inverell, ?— [Advt.J

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ST. BENEDICT'S LITERARY, SOCIAL AND DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896

ST, BENEDICT'S LITERARY, SOCIAL AND DEBATING SOCIETY. ? *, ? The above Society held their usual weekly meeting in the St. Benedict's School Hall on May 6, at 8 p.m. ; the president (Mr. J. Kirby) in the chair, the director (tho Rev. J. Whyte) being present. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. On the proposition of Mr. Niland, seconded by Mr. P. Becker, it was unanimously carried that the con ference of delegates from all the different Catholic aeDacmg societies taKe place in tne ttt. Benedict b School Hall on June 3 at 7 p.m. The chairman then called on the Premier, Mr. J. Wren, to move the question which stood in his name : ' ' That the time has arrived when a Catholic political organisation should be formed in New South Wales.' After a brilliant speech, in which he commented strongly on the educational question, and maintained that, if Catholic schools were up to a certain standard, they should receive State aid, he laid down Canada an a criterion, and sho...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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