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DIOCESAN NEWS. ARCHDIOCESE OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896
DIOCESAN NEWS. ? ? *- ? AECHDIOCESE OF SYDNEY. His Eminence the Cardinal arrived in Sydney by the Mararoa on Tuesday last at 8 a.m. He was accompanied by His Grace Dr. Can* (Archbishop of Melbourne), Very Eev. Dr. O'Haran, Father George Robinson, and the Eev. J. Walsh (of St. Patrick's Cathedral, Melbourne). The visitors Avere entertained at dinner by His Eminence, in the Cathedral Presby tery, on Tuesday evening. His Grace Dr. Carr returns to Melbourne to-morroAv (Friday) by the express. Fathers Eobinson and Walsh will remain in Sydney until next week. We are pleased to announce that Father Peter O'Eeilly, Aviio has been unAvell lately, is hoav con valescent, and Avill bo able to resume his ordinary duties in a feAv days. Father Coleman, C.P., has conducted a most successful retreat in St. Joseph's Church, Beacons field. Many Avere attracted to the church to hear the preacher, who was always interesting and instructive in his sermons. Father Buokeridge, S.J., has just returned from...
AQUATICS. THE INTERCOLONIAL CONTESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896
AQUATICS. The Intercolonial Contests. Tho Intercolonial Eight-oar Hace will take place on tho Parramatta Eivor this (Saturday) afternoon. Tho various crows havo boon hard at work during tho wook, and a close contest is expected. The New South Wales men havo put in somo solid work under the ' supervision of their coach, Mr. Macdormott. They got a splendid pace out of tho boat, but in tho early part of tho wook tho sliding was not perfect, and a general unsteadiness was apparent. The Victorian crow win give a gooci account; or tnemsolvos. The stylo of tho Quoonslandors has not pleased exports, and it is generally thought that thoy will havo to show quicker work if they want to' be up at the finish. The following aro tho crows : — Now South Wales (light blue).— Bow, J. H. F. Evans, lOst. ; 2, E. A. Pearson, lOst. 101b. ; 3, H. G. Williams, list. 41b. j 4, N. F. White, list. 101b. 5 5, B. Sawyer, 18st. 21b. ; 6, D. Cowan, 12s. 21b. j 7, A. J. Vivors, list. 101b. 5 stroke, 0. H. Helsham,...
DIOCESE OF GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896
DIOCESE OF GOCJLBURN. The Eight Eev. Dr. Lanigan on Sunday, the 3rd inst., opened a Catholic Church at Tuena, which had been formerly a 'Wesley an Church, The Bishop also administered there the Sacrament of Confirmation. His Lordship, likowiso, during his visitation ad ministered the Sacrament at Poelwood and Crook well.
THE GREAT PUBLIC SCHOOL REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896
The Great Public Schools Eegatta. The Public Schools Eegatta took place on the Parramatta Eiver on Saturday last. The launch Dawn was the umpire's boat, and the Lady Manning and Birhenhead conveyed the public and the repre sentatives of the various schools. Amongst those present were the Governor, the Admiral, and Major u-enerai ana ivirs. kronen. xne ioiiowmg are mie results : — Schools' Championship Eace. — The Major Eennie trophy. Course : One Man Wharf to Putney Point. Tho Sydney Church of England Grammar School : C. Fetherstonhaugh, lOst. (bow) ; E. F. Harrison, list. 61b. (2) ; E. M. Sullivan, 12st. (3) ; J. N. F. Armstrong, 12st. 31b. (stroke) ; L. D. B. Dibbs, 5st. 21b (cox.) ? 1 The Sydney Grammar School : E. V. Spier, lOst. (bow) ; H. A. Jones, list. 31b. (2) ; H. D. Hay, 12st. 31b. (3) ; A. G. de L. Arnold, lOst. 101b. (stroke); F. Postle, 4st. 91b. (cox.) ... 2 Junior, Eights. — The Ladies' Challenge Plate. Course : Uhr's Point to Glades ville Wharf. Glebe E.C. : A. Lloy...
DIOCESE OF BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896
DIOCESE OF BATHUEST. The Very Eov. Father Dunne, V.Gh, has left Bat/hurst on a visit to his brother, the Eev. Father Dunne, P.P., Campbelltown. The Eev. Father will spend some time at Dubbo, to escape the severe cold of the higher country. The Eev. Father O'Dowd, who has recently been transferred from Coonamble to Dubbo, will replace Father Dunne at Bathurst.
COMMERCIAL. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896
COMMERCIAL. ? y W-Kir»'Nrtr.RT- A^Y. Business lias been normal during the week, and there is nothing noteworthy to record. In jute goods 3s. 9d. was yesterday paid for 20 bales bran bags, and sacks had enquiries at 4-s. Id. At the tea sales yester day the following lines were sold : — Foochow teas, under instructions from the impor ters : 150 half-chests Panyong, 4|d.; 200 half -chests at 4£d., 196 half-chests at 4?rd., 97 half-chests at 4gd., 50 half-chests at 4kl., 81 liali'-chosts at4£d., 99 half chests at -i}d, 100 half-chosts at 4}d., 100 half-chests at 4-gd., 100 half-chests at -L:}d., 79 half-chests at -i-jd., 100 half-chests at 4£d., 99 half -chests at 4£d. Ceylon teas, under instructions from the concerned : 27 packages sold without reserve at prices ranging up to 54-d. The local wheat market is at a standstill, and the same may be said of Melbourne. Latest reports to hand state that buyers in the Victorian capital are offering 5s. lid., but no sales are taking place.
THE REDFERN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896
THE REDFEEN MARKET. At Eedfern yesterday chaff sold up to 5s., good medium averaging about 4s. 7d. The following were sales : — Hay.— From Bull, Glen Innes (9,958), 5s. 4d.; M'Dermott, Millthorpe (8,484), passed; G-osper, Windsor (3,939), 4s. 3d., straw 3s. 9d. ; Desmond, Perth (3,170), passed. Derrick Straw.— From Irwin, Armidale (10,079), 2s. lid. ; Mack and Austin, Narromine (1,457), 3s. 4d. per cwt. Chaff —From Utz, Glen Innes (9,106), 4s. 5d.; Hay market Land Co. (3,025), 5s. ; Mears (10,692), 4s. 8d.; M'Kenzie (9,934), passed j Watterson, Millthorpe (4,621), passed; Frape (8,069), 4s. 7d. ; Bennett, Bomen (674, 4,530), passed, (4,103), 3s. 9d. ; AJ.S. Bank, Wagga (10,728), 4s. 5d. ; Conlon, Wattama dara (10,629, 5,169), 4s. Gd.j Watterson, Huntley (2,595), 4s. 9d. ; Bowman, Manildra (1,342), passed 5 Riley, Spring-hill (6,963), 4s. 5d. per cwt. Lucerne.— From Bowden, Tarro (3,136), 2s. lOd. 5 ex Darling Harbour (2,027), 3s. Id. ; Stanton, Branx ton (1,506), 2s. 10d., per cwt. ...
STATION PRODUCE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896
STATION PEODUCE SALES. The Sydney Wool-selling Brokers' Association (Australasian Mortgage and Agency Co., Ltd.) report that sales were held yesterday as under : — Sheepskins. — Fair supplies were submitted, when a keen demand for all descriptions prevailed, fell mongers competing with the utmost freedom. Prices ranged on about the same level as last week. Quota tions : Full wools, 4.4. to 5d. j superior lines, to 5-£-d ; fair, to 8$d. j medium, 3d. to 3$d; short, l^d. to 2£d. per lb. ; butchers' greonskins, 28d. to 45d. j short, 18d. to 26d. each ; pelts, l£d. to 2£d. per lb. Bark. — Large quantities of bark were forward, the supply being out of proportion to the demand, with drawals were consequently heavy, but prices were without change. Quotations : Bast chopped, £4* 17s. 6d. to .£5 10s. ; medium, ,£4 to M 15s. ; light, £3 to £3 17s. 6d. ; inferior, £1 12s. 6d. to =£2 15s. per ton.
THE PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896
THE PEODUCE MARKETS. The produce market is very quiet, and values generally show a decline. Maize is selling at 2s. 5 bran and pollard are quoted at 9tfd. per bushel ; and oats moved at from 2s. to 2s. 3d. Chaff is not in great demand, and prices range from ,£5 to ,£5 2s. 6d. for prime local, .£5 2s. 6d. for Adelaide, and M 15s. for Tasmania, per ton.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896
CITY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, Ltd. HEAD OFFICE ? 95 PITT STREET. Directors : John See, Esq., M.P., Chairman. The Hon. John T. Toohey, K.C.S.G., M.L.C. J. P. Garvan, Esq. P. Hogari, Esq., J.P. John Donelan, Esq. P. Stanley, Esq., J.P. A CASH BONUS OP TEN PER CENT. IS PAID TO INSURERS EVERY YEAR. RATES ARE LOWEST. SETTLEMENT PROMPT. CLAIMS PAID IN 17 YEARS EXCEED £125,000. ROBERT KERR, Manager. TRANSACTS FIRE BUSINESS ONLY. THOMAS FANNING^ BUILDEE AND CONTKACTOR, LARGE Assortment of every Building Material kept in stock. Repairs in all its branches. Ecclesiastic and Scholastic Work a speciality. Esti mates submitted.— 6 KING STREET, CITY; and 210 ROSE STREET, DARLINGTON. TURNER AND HENDERSON. [ESTABLISHED 1861.] SCHOOL STATIONERY Of Every Description at the Lowest Rates. CONVERTIBLE SCHOOL DESKS (Patent), All bizoh, Made to Order. Kindergarten Department— Shipmont of Novoltioa by Every Mail. 16 AND 18 HUNTER STREET, SYDNEY. — W JC* O JElL IE SB *W - ? Agont for J. Iliffo, Rookda...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896
mHE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY JL OF SYDNEY, Limited. Capital Paid Up ? .£999,345 0 0 Capital Called Up ? 16,655 0 0 Reserve Fund ? 1,010,000 0 0 Reserve Liability ? 1,000,000 0 0 DIRECTORS i Edward Knox, Esq., Chairman G. J. Cohen, Esq., Deputy Chairman Hon. H. E. Kater, M.L.C. Hon. Henry Moses, M.L.C. Richard Jones, Esq. T. A. Dibbs, Esq., General Manager. AUDITORS : Sir W. P. Manning Edward Chisholm, Esq. HEAD OFFICE, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. T. A. Dibbs, General Manager. T. B. Gaden, Assistant Manager and Chief Inspector. A. J. Soutar, Accountant. W. C. B. Tiley, H. .11'. Massio, W. II. Pinhoy, Inspectors. LONDON OFFICE, 18 BIRCHIN LANE. Directors : Sir J. A. Youl, K.C.M.G. ; A. O. Robinson, Esq. ; F. H. Dangar, Esq.; Benj. Buchanan, Esq. Manager — Nathaniel Cork. Branches throughout the colony of Now South Wales and in Queensland. Agencies throughout the world. ST. JAMES' MUTUAL IMPROVE MENT SOCIETY. At the next meeting of the above Society, to be held ou Monday, the 18th inst., ...
POLITICS AND PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896
POLITICS AND PAELIAMENT. It was recorded of Goldsmith, after his death, that ' he left no kind of writing untouched, and that he touched nothing which he did not adorn.' We have grave doubts, however, whether even the magic pen of Goldsmith could adorn or render pleasing and elegant the political life of this colony. It would certainly require all the strength and power of sublime poetic genius to cast rays of romance and imaginative beauty around the portty person of Mr. Reid, while the Parliamentary talking machine, of which he is the manipulator-in-chief, would still remain barren and uninteresting were its daily monotonous existence to be chronicled even by a Milton or a Homer. We cannot hope, therefore, to dignify this subject, but all the same, perhaps, we may succeed in lifting it a little from the lowest depths of commonplace in which other writers generally leave it. In 'the first place, it may not be unnecessar}' for us to state the fact that the position of a political le...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896
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COMPULSORY ARBITRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896
COMPULSORY ARBITRATION. In the face of the present crisis in the New castle coal trade no one who has at heart the prosperity and progress of New South Wales can fail to realise the duty that is upon us to do whatever may be in our power to render compulsory the settlement by arbi tration of such disputes. In business more, perhaps, than in any other matter, we must be prepared for dis agreements and conflicts, and, as a conse quence, it behoves us, in the interest of order and of the common weal, to establish some reasonable method of adjusting them. * * * This method can be no other than arbi tration. There are but two ways of settling a disagreement — by reason, namely, and by force. The former is the rational and the civilised method ; the latter the irrational and the savage. We have to choose between the two. We must either compare our differ ences, and adjust our claims by the decisions of an intelligent and impartial tribunal, or we must rely upon our strength to make our cl...
MAITLAND FAT STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896
MAITLAND FAT STOCK SALES. There was a good attendance of buyers at Campbell's Hill fat stock sales on Monday. The cattle section was well represented. The Newcastle strike, unfor tunately, tended to lessen values. Best yard bullocks made £4- 4s lOd. 5 ditto, good., ,£3 5s. to .£3 15s.; light and medium quality, £2 10s. to ,£3. Cows, best, £3 5s. ; good, £2 5s. to £2 15s. ; others, 30s. to 37s. 6d. Of calves, a fairly large number was . ? penned, but the market was inactive, and prices lower. Best made 25s. to 35s. 5 good, 15s. to 20s. j small, 8s. to 10s. 6d. Sheep were in large supply, prime quality being in fair demand, but light and inferior sorts dull of sale at reduced values. Best wethers made 9s. to 9s. 9d.j good, 7s. to 8s. 6d. 5 light and inferior, 5s. 3d. to 6s.; ewes, tops, 7s. 6d,; others, 5s. 3d. to 6s. 6d. ; lambs, small, realised 6s. 6d. Of fat and store pigs, a large number was penned. The demand was active, and improved prices were realised for all descriptions. Bes...
MINING. HILLGROVE, WEDNESDAY. May 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896
MINING. ? ▲ ? (From our Correspondent.) HiLLGROVE, May 11. Baker's Creek Goldmining Co. — The battery has crushed full time for the week, and all machinery is running smoothly. Mine— No. 11 level on Smith's reef has been extended 7ft., total from main shaft 161ft., now driving straight for No. 1 winze. At the North the 125ft. level has been extended 6.1ft., total from Neale's shaft 58ff ft., reef in end 14in., carrying fair gold and a little antimony. In the stopos through out the mine there is no alteration ot the reel to report ; stone of average quality is being stoped. Eleanora Gold and Antimony Mining Co.— The battery is running full time and power, and all the vanners are at work, but to-night the additional vanners will be stopped owing to the scarcity of water. The Government has offered to supply water for 7d. per 1,000 gallons, but Mr. Jolly prefers to trust to the rain falling. Unfortunately twenty-one men will be thrown out of work. The Government dam water is meanwhile ...
SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896
SOCIAL. A meeting of ladies interested in the success of the Hospice Dance met at the residence of Mrs. F. Penny last week. In addition to the lady named, there were present: Mrs. McEvoy, Mrs. Webster, &nbsp; &nbsp; Mrs. Stratton, Mrs. Keary; Misses McGrath, Poole, Dovitt, Duggan, Fay; Nurses Doyle, Tale, Newton, Doyle. June 17 has been fixed as the date of the ball, and the scene of operations will be the Paddington Town Ball. The expenses of the latter will be paid by Mrs. McEvoy, and the musical part of the programme will be looked after by Mrs. Deery, Mrs. Keary, and Mrs. Punch. Mrs. Punch and Miss Dimond have been appointed hon. secretaries, and the next meeting of the committee will be held at Mrs. Penny's on Wednesday, May 20. * A meeting of the committee of the Fresh Air League Ball was held at the Town Ball last week. .Lady Darley presided and tho following Avere present : Mrs. J. T. Toohoy and Mrs. Julius Caro (treasurers), Mrs. R. Richards and Miss Richard...
AT HOME AND ABROAD. One for the Fair Sex. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896
AT HOME AND ABROAD. One for the Pair Sex. Fair ladies have got an immense rise in the estimation of our clever con temporary the Bulletin— & fact, we need not say, that is immensely to their advantage, and does them infinite honour. The occasion has been the part taken, or supposed to be taken, by the women voters in the recent Referendum in South Australia with regard to the secular system. The result — favourable to godlessness— quite frees the sex in the eyes of our contemporary from a suspicion of clericalism that had been supposed to attach to them. Our clever contemporary is now in a position to hail them, with great satisfaction, as godless democrats. And who knows ? What has been may A G-OOd be again. Possibly there may yet Time return for our clever contemporary a Coming, better time than even he dares to hope for. The anti- clerical spirit may yet once more, before many years are past, attain to the glorious point of culmination at which, for instance, we saw it ar...
NOTES AND COMMENTS. Infidelity Reassured. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 May 1896
NOTES AND COMMENTS. Infidelity Reassured. The extension of the franchise to women has been always regarded with aversion bv the sporting, the whisky and beer, and the inhdel and secular newspapers. They dreaded that^the female voter would strive to close the avenues of drinking and gam bling to her husband and sons, and above all, they shuddered with 'horror at the thought of her voting under the pressure of ' clerical influence.' The first use, however, of her political rights in South Australia at the late election has completely reassured them. Their fears have been dispelled, and they have hastened to record their joy that women, too are under the spell of nineteenth century enlightenment, and that they will support the ' godless ' schools, the low taverns, and the gambling dens and hells with the same fervour and avidity as the modern agnostic, swearing, betting, drinking male. The infidel secular papers will now, we take it, be the warmest advocates, as before they were the mo...