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AT HOME AND ABROAD. A False Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

AT HOME AND ABROAD. A False Report. . ? ^ ? One of our morning' contemporaries published, the other day, on the alleged authority of a London corres pondent, a paragraph to the effect that Lady O'Hagan, the representative of the Towneley family, one of the oldest Catholic families in England, had, with her son and daughters, seceded from the Catholic Church and joined the Plymouth Brethren. It was added that the sanctuary lamp in the chapel of the'' Towneloy family residence, which, according to tradition, was lighted at- the introduction of Christianity into England, and ever since kept burning, had, in consequence of the perversion in question, been extinguished. The Cardinal- Archbishop, in a letter to the dailies, has given a denial to these statements. Lady O'Hagan, her son and her daughters, have not seceded from the Church, nor has the sanctuary lamp in their family chapel, as stated, been allowed to go out. As an illustration of the enlightenment A Natural of the period we m...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IRISH NEWS. LEINSTER ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

IRISH NEWS. (Feom Contempobariks.) LEINSTER ITEMS. The return of Mr. J. L. Carewforthe College Green Division of Dublin, in siiccession to Dr. Kenny, restores to the House of Commons a personality \V Inch has been greatly missed since 1S92. During the last few years Mr. Carew has frequently availed himself of his privilege as an ex-member to visit the lobby, and on such occasions ho has been the recipient of kindly greetings from members of all shades of political opinion. The Spectator relates the following story of an amiable Irish Judge, now retired from the bench. It is said that on the occasion of a ' Bar dinner ' he went upstairs to dress, but did not reappear. The com nan v sat 'nation tlv for soivm tirrm. till n.h lfvnrrt.lv as their hunger was getting the better of their man ners, and a messenger was being despatched to hunt up the missing Judge, his lordship appeared, and ex plained with many apologies that, imagining he was retiring for the night, he had undressed and got...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

SHIPPING. PENINSULAR AND ORIENTAL S.N. COMPANY. The Royal Mail Steamships of the above Company will be Despatched from Circular Quay (Macguarie Point) at 1 p.m., and from Melbourne and Adelaide, on tho following dates, at Noon. FOR LONDON, Touching at the usual intermediate ports en route. -n ( ? Leave ? - Steamer. § Coniniandor. a i „ Mel- Ado § Sydney. ,jOI1I.,IOt ]fti(lo. 1800. 1800. I80C. UriUiuiiu, .. 052J5 J. L. Purlitt ... May 25 May !50 Juv.o ') Piivramatta 4871' P. HnrriH ...June Rl.Tinio 13 Juno 17 Massiiia ... 5020 Jl. Hnvvoy ... June 22Jnno 27 July 1 I And thenceforward every alternate week. ^Taking passengers for Venice. RATES OF PASSAGE MONEY TO LONDON: First Saloon ? £00 to ,£70. Second Saloo ? JB3G, £'M, MO Roturn Ticko's ? £M to ,£105 Passage Money can be paid here for Passages from England. For furjhor particulars apply at the Company's Offices, corner Pitt and Bridge streets. G. DOUGLAS MICHIE, Agent. r\RIENT LINE OF ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. The following Royal. Mail ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

ORIENT CLOTHING GIVES UNIVERSAL SATISFACTION, AND IS UNEQUALLED FOR FIT, STYLE, AND WEAK. All Garments are Cut from the Best Models, and the ^Materials Thoroughly Shrunk. The ORIENT CLOTHING iB in All Textures suitable for BUSINESS BIDING OFFICE PICNICKING PROMENADE SPORT BUSH TRAVELLING And EVENING WEAR. First Quality Men's Suits ... ... ... ... 40s. Extra Quality Men's Suits ... ... ... ... 45s. Special Quality Men's Suits ... ... ... ... 50s. OUR CELEBRATED ORIENT MAKE OF CLERICAL OLOTHING- IS ACKNOWLEDGED THE BEST READY-MADE CLOTHING PROCURABLE. The Materials are selected with, careful regard to the requirements of the climate for City and Country Wear. Samples and Measurement Form Post Free on Request. DAVID JONES~~AND COMPANY, GEORGE AND BARRACK STREETS, SYDNEY. ST. MAEY'S COLLEGE, High-Claes Boarding School for Young Ladies, ROSEBANK, FIVE DOCK, SYDNEY. Ufilftr the Patronage of His Eminence tho O&rdinal-Arohblahop and Eight Bot. J. Hlggins, D.D., Auxiliary Bishop of S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

i ? L 'MAN WANTS BUT LITTLE and what he wants in the way of CLOTHES and BOOTS he should get at MAR K FOY'S. Here are prices, and if you have been in the habit of paying more — Why ? Navy Kiu-1 Cloth Suits ? 16s. lid. This is a heavy nap serge, and just suited for winter. Fancy Scotch Tweed Suits, nice patterns, in dark steel greys and browns ? 17s. lid., 19s. lid., 24s. 6d. Navy Blue Worsted Serge Suits ? 22s. Cd. Sac Coats and Vests — In Vicuna and Kurl Cloth ? lls. 6d. Fancy Scotch Tweed Trousers and Vests ... 10s. 6d., 12s. 6d. Fancy Striped Worsted Trousers ? 9s. 6d. Fancy Scotch Tweed Trousers ? 7s. Gd. OYEBCOATS, &c. Beaver Cloth Overcoats, in Brown and Navy Blue ? 16s. lid. Navy Melton Cloth Overcoats, Chesterfield cut ? 24s. 6d. Macintoshes, all seams sewn with silk, and the colour fast 18s. 6d., 22s. 6d., 29s. Gd., 37s. 6d. DBESS SUITS, &c. Coat and Vest, of choice Venetian cloth ... 47s. 6d. The same, lined throughout with silk ; best silk facings ? 59s. 6d...

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THE IRISH ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

THE IRISH ABROAD. It is stated that the Lord Chief Justices of England, Lord Russoll of Killowen, intends to visit the United States at the beginning of tho Long Vacation, totako part in tho conference of jurists at Saratoga. Tho London branches of the Gaelic Athletic Association organised for Easter Monday a most suc cessful series of contests at Stamford Bridge. In addition to tho usual running and jumping compoti tions, there was a football match in which a team of men who came over from Ireland for the occasion v»iofc o f nn in ?Frtvumrl -I'vmii f.lin T.mwlnn liiMVimlina Hi if: though football, according to the Gaelic rules, was a novelty to most of those who had boom long out of Ireland, it was perhaps tho hurling betwoon Munstor and Loinster teams that most intorosted tho onlookers. A good deal of hurling is now playod among the Irish men of London, but tho game as playod by men who had been trained to handle the camawn from child hood was a revelation to many. There is little...

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CONNAUGHT ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

CJONNAUG-HT ITEMS. The grand organ, which has recently been orocted in tho Church of the Sacred Heart, Tubborcurry, was lately opened with all the ceremonial splendour befitting1 such an interesting occasion. Tho Kov. 1 Vincent Byrne, S.J., President of Mungret College, Limerick, delivered a most eloquent sermon in language rich in imagery, selecting the appropriate text — ' I have loved, O Lord, the beauty of Thy House and the place where Thy glory dwelleth.' — 25th Ps., 8th v. At the Athenry Potty Sessions, before Mr. J. C. Gardiner, R.M., Edward Dogherty was prosecuted by one of Dr. Jameson's Transvaal raiders, named Thomas Odea, a native of Belvillo, for assaulting him at Athenry on St. Patrick's Day. Doherty was sentenced to two months' imprisonment and hard labour, and decreed for Jth as compensation to Odea for injury to his clothes. Odea has boon home on leave, and returns to London in a few days. A meeting of the people of Tubborcurry, convened oji a few minutes' notice, wa...

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DEBATING SOCIETIES. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

DEBATING- SOCIETIES. (to the editor or the cathoho press.) Sir, — Mr. Niland says I speak disparagingly of the debating societies, etc., at present existing. Now, Sir, nothing is more foreign to me than to speak disparagingly of those endeavouring to solve that mighty and perplexing problem I wrote about in my last letter. Such societies will help to achieve the end aimed at, but achieve the end itself, as long as they remain as they are, they shall never. Mr. Niland, in replying to my statement as to the utter want of accessible association to foster improve ment, says: ' Let me tell Mr. Henorie that there are societies existing m our different parishes which do not meet together as ' mere debating societies,' but which give birth to any latent literary talent that may exist in any of their members, by the fact of their having a magazine contributed by members, and in other respects doing all they can to train and educate their members for the after battle in the field of life.' No...

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OUR CATHOLIC INSTITUTIONS. No. XI. ST. JOSEPH'S PROVIDENCE HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

OUR CATHOLIC INSTITUTIONS. ? ± ? . No. XI. ST. JOSEPH'S PROVIDENCE HOME. Tins is another great charity conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph. The house stands at the north end of Oumberlanr'.-street, and, from its upper stories, com mands a iino view of the Circular Quay and the harbour. The Sisters express some apx-rehension with regard to the proposal for a bridge to connect the North Shore with the city, as the design for it now suggested would carry the works over the site occupied by the buildings. Left and right of tho hall door, on entering, are tho reception rooms — rooms well adapted for the purposes required. On tho floor above is the oratory, or chapel, ?with n.lt.H.r and tabornaole. On the RniHtlo sido ih an altar of the Blessed Virgin, now prettily adorned for the mouth of May, and on the Gospel side is the altar of St. Joseph, where a lamp is kept burning. The statues respectively surmounting tho altars were brought by the Sisters from Queensland. There is also in the...

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A PALPABLE DUTY. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

A PALPABLE DUTY. (to the editor of the catholic press.) Sir, — Young priests from Iroland are generally supposed to have more zoal and energy than old men who are worn out with years and hard work. Any priest with tho experionco of oven one year on the mission must see that the religious spirit amongst the rising generation of tho Catholics is not as earnest or practical as it ought to bo, and a priest Avith thirty or forty years' experience sees with regret the old Catholics passing away, and that tho true spirit of Catholicity is not increasing in propor tion to tho increase in population. I should consider apathy on the part of priests in not availing of tho nrosont mmnvhiiiif.v t;r- nQi-.n.itlisli n. f.linvnno-lilv Catholic paper, such as The Catholic Press, which in price is within reach of tho poor as woll as the rich, as a groat mistake. Tho priosts would find that the circulation of The Catholic Press amongst tho people would be a great help to create a sound Catholic spirit...

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LITERATURE AND THE FINE ARTS. A Suggestive Apology. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

LITERATURE AND THE FINE ARTS. ? a. A Suggestive Apology. The Paris correspondent of Truth in recently referring to Munkacsy's last picture, 'Le Christ aux Outrages,' enters an apolosrv as follows for Pontius Pilate. The argument is notable as affording a proof of how real, even to minds evidently affected by the rationalism of the day, the facts attending on the Crucifixion appear. ' Pilate,' writes Mrs. Crawford, ' was no fanatic, and was not a bad sort. But he knew what a suspicious-brooding monster Tiberius was. The sacerdotal caste had blackmailingly told him that if he let the Anarchist of Galilee go he would not be Ctesar's friend. Was the superscription, ' Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews,' a way of meeting the threat? Obviously. It implied, ' I do not care a rush about His heterodoxy, or His talk about His miraculous powers. All that is harmless. But directly there is the slightest suspicion of treason to Tiberius, I crucify Him. The one count on which I condemn Him is in...

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CATHOLIC ORGANISATION. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

CATHOLIC ORGANISATION. (to the editor of the catholic press.) Sir, — In closing (as far as I am concerned) tho controversy on tho abovo subject, I would ask your indulgence to finally place boiioro your readers tho reasons which actuated my interference in thosubjoct at all. I noticed the letter of 'Catholic' in your issue of April 18th, in which ho, among other things, advocated an organisation which, quibble as ho may, was meant for political purposes. Having lived tho greater part of my lifo in Australia I felt that in a matter concerning the welfare of our Catholic pooplo I was capablo, by reason of my experience, to offer a word of friendly advice. My experience in tho Lay Catholic Protection Association demon strated to mo the suicidal offeot such an organisation wnulrl lm.vn. fnr i;wnni;v-f\vn vnn.t-s ii.crn. f.liM IimviIh.v nF emigration, tho Catholics of Now South Walos woro as regards numbers, in a much better position to successfully organise than at present. Of the offeo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

CHARLES KINSELA AND CO., undertakers. 116 0LX:i?]O.lU- jS'rKMJsia? (Near Crown Street), Telephohe 992 ; 78 DAELINGHUEST ROAD (Top of William Street), Telephone No. 23, Edgecliffe ; 765 GEORGE STREET (Directly opposite Christ Church), Telephone No. 993 ; EOCKDALE (Opposite Station). $tate and Reform Funerals Furnished in a most respectable manner, and under personal supervision, on Most Reasonable Terms,

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

CORRESPONDENCE. ? ^ ? [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by oui correspondents,]

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CHILDREN'S BAZAAR IN AID OF THE POOR IN WAVERLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

CHILDREN'S BAZAAR IN AID OP THE POOR IN WAVERLEY. ? 4- ? On Saturday afternoon a very successful bazaar was held at ' Grlenelg,' Botany-street, under the auspices of the Misses McLeod. Mrs. Hewlitt (Mayoress), after a very neat address, declared the buzaar opened. The Rev. Fathers Kennedy, Joyce and Lawler, O.S.F., and the following ladies were present: — Mrs. Judge Murray, Mrs. McLeod, Mrs. W. Donovan, Mrs. J. Green, Misses McLeod, Miss Florrie Roach, Miss Shibly, Miss Moon, Misses Carroll, Miss E. TilcUley, Miss Ashmore, Miss Collins. The stalls were placed in a marquee on the ground, and were well patronised by the children of the neighbourhood.

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REPLY TO "CLERICUS." (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

REPLY TO ' CLERICUS.' (to the editor op the catholic press.) Sir, — Will you kindly permit me to say to your correspondent, ' Clericus,' that on hearing the late Cardinal Manning a good many years ago protest on religious grounds that he could no longer write for the Nineteenth Century, I ceased, for that reason, to be a subscriber to that periodical, and have never since opened its pages. I am thankful, therefore, to your correspondent for reminding me that His Eminence subsequently wrote for the Nineteenth Century. I am not, of course, concerned as to how His Eminence was enabled to resume his writing for it. A *-* ^J m-* Am [\/l«* Ljl -j2i.AU Z J} Jala. J-» ?-»,«. A t~X* ft ___ \-m. ft V. A-la A- j~. ^. XVJ.1.U. XXV VV, XU.X, JLUUXIAJx,, J.J. UlxO XXXtlUUOi. WO UUU UUU trivial in itself, will you let me state that having some slight sense of the ridiculous, I never for a moment proposed to ' defend ' Cardinal Manning. I would just as soon propose to good friend ' Clericus' that h...

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ARMIDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

ARMIDALE. ? « ? (From a Correspondent.) The weather here lately has been unusually cold even for this time of the year. Last Wednesday morning snow fell three inches a few miles out of town. The annual ball of the H. C. Guild was held in the new Town Hall on the 5th inst., being a more suc cessful ball than usual. The hall was gaily decorated with evergreens, bunting, etc., and a large number danced with much enjoyment to the lively strains ot a string band. On Ascension Thursday two Masses were cele brated in the cathedral. Special services are being held every evening in-honour of the month of Mary. On Thursday last St. Mary's Cathedral was the scene of a very pretty ceremony, when Miss Annie Ford, of Llangothlin, was united in tho holy bonds of matrimony with Mr. A. E. Cummins, of Armidale. The bride was becomingly gowned in cream cloth. The ceremony was performed by the Very Rev. Dean O'Connor.

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"PUBLIC RELIEF." (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

' PUBLIC RELIEF.' (to the editor of the catholic press.) Sir, — Will you kindly allow me space in the columns of your valuable paper to draw attention to a subject which is not only of interest to our Church, but to the public in general. The proper administration of public and private charity concerns not only the Church, but the philanthropic men and women of our larger cities. In the history of Christianity there never has been so much done for the amelioration of suffering as now, and the weak, the sick, and the indigent are cared for in the best ways that experience and good judgment can suggest. With every Dossible care. however, there is a class which by misrepre sentation draws a subsistence from charitable people, and receives its entire support through the agency of clever untruth. There is rarely a day passes that the impositions of women who belong to this class are not made to some clergy man or lay-worker among the poor. With the most earnest effort it is impossible to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

LA. D Y A L M 0 N V) R S ' SO 0 I E T Y, (JHUECH OF THE SACKED MEAKT, DAKLINGHURST. A O li a i' i t y Ser m o n . Will bo Preached by tlioftw v. Fatjihu G-. Butoit, O.S.F., On SUNDAY, may 24U1, At the High Mass. TASMAN J. HAGON, Merchant Tailor, 118 Oxford Street. A WORD TO MY OLD FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS.— The name HAGON is now a household word, and I, T ASM AN J. HAGOtf, desiro to inform tho publio of Australia that my connection is now severed with the firm of Hagon Bros., Oxford- .street, of which hou.se I was resident partner. ^FAR and WXD.M ^ifc will bo allowed that I have in the past given full value and satisfaction to my largo circlo of patrons, and having now startod SOLELY ON MY OWN ACCOUNT at Xl8 Oxford Street, I can confidently promise complete satisfaction of all orders entrusted to my care. By every mail I am receiving the Very Latost Makes and Patterns in TWEEDS, COATINGS, SERGES, &o., and having .secured the services of FIRST- CLASS CUTTERS and WORKMEN, my cons...

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