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

THE REV. CHARLES CLARK. (to the editor op the catholtc press.) Sir, — It appears that Sydney will soon be honoured by a visit from the Rev. Mr. Clark, the soi-disant lecturer. A few years ago I listened to him with Christian resignation for an hour and a half in the Centenary Hall, Sydney. There was ' nothing offensive in what Mr. Clark said on that occasion, because, as far as my memory serves me, he did nothing but recite verbatim one of Macaulay's essays. The leer, the ' gaucheries ' he intended for gestures, and the broad meaningless smile were all his own. There were, however, many in the audience who felt f.liaf f.i-i ov wnnlrl va.f-.lifiv ho funmicr t/lio rmAtrmlovfid than earn money by exhibiting well-prepared grimaces. Later on, when I met Mr. Clark I thought him a harmless, brainless man, who had the facility of committing to memory the writings of authors which he could not appreciate nor assimi late. For myself, I can truly say that I would cheerfully endure an hour's to...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

ST. JOSEPH'S CONVENT, WINDSOR. HIGH-CLASS BOARDING SCHOOL FO.lt YOUNG LADIES. The Curriculum includos all the Ordinary School Subjects, and Pupils are prepared for University Examinations. Eosidont Pupils receive ovory attention. For Prospectus apply to THE SUPERIORESS. IHI Bond us tho mattor you roquiro IH I 1111 printed ; wo shall arrango tho typo jBttl yMLGEO. MURRAY & CO., ™«J$m1 JT. GALLON'S EURE ALBURY WINES.— 100 MunALS, ? including iihoso from Wio Exhibitions of Amsterdam, Hor douux, Vionna, Calcutta, Philadelphia, London, oto., oto.— Mr. FaijLON positively guarantees Absoluta Purity, and, for u healthy, nutritious bovorago of a mvporiov flavour, claims that his product standH at the hoad of all Winos. Ho hits tho grontost ooufldenco in recommending for Ai/tau Usw, having the distin guished patronngo of His Eminence tho Cardinal-Archbishop of Sydnoy, His Lordship of Maitland, His Lordship of Qottl burn, His Lordship of Wiloanuia, His Lordship of Graftou, CtaNTiUfc Dh...

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THE REV. CHARLES CLARK AND CATHOLICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

THE REV. CHARLES CLARK AND CATHOLICS. . ? ^ ? (Tho Advocate, May 1G.) W.10 havo hoard it said, wo do not know with what truth, that the .Rov. Charles .Clark loft nothing but kindly memorios bohind him on tho occasion of his formor visit to thoso colonies. It is a pity that anything should occur to allor that favourable impression among' any class of tho community. But wo can hardly think that ho cares for the good opinion of. Catholics, though, as a matter of course, they form thoir duo proportion of his audience. His loeturo on the 'Domo of St. Paul's' is most objectionable to Catholics. When a man pays his monoy to hoar Mr, Clark tha least ho can oxpeot is that if tho lecture bo not colourloss, as is oortninly becoming1, it should, at any rate, bo free from anything offensive to good tasto. Mr. Clark haw had somo oxporionoe of Melbourne, and wo hono ho has not be-on influenced bv tho anti-Catholic feeling's which ho must know pro dominate in certain circlos. Tho difficulty of deal...

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

MAURICE SEQTJR, WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT, 90 Pitt Street, Sydney. Branch House of MARIE BRIZARD & ROGER. ALTAR WINES A SPECIALTY. Brandies, Rum (in straw bottles), Liqueurs, Whiskies, and all kinds of Imported Wines. ?i|Mi ??l^»' ipg TBfc. TR8- 544 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY (Opposite Town Hall), WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER. English Levov Watch ok, from £3. Eothorham's, from £3 15s. WalthaniB, from £2. MR. SYDNEY HOBhJN, ROYAL OONSERVATORIUM OF MUSIC, LEIPZIG, Pupil of Dr. Carl Rminkoke, Etc., rocoivos Pupils for Piano, Technique and Vortrag, and Theory of Music: Address: 22 ORAIGMSND ST., DARLING HURST, Or, PALING'S. CHAS. ANDERSON, TAILOR AND OUTFITTER, 80 and 32 OXFORD STREET, SYDNEY (Near Hyde Park). Patronised by his Eminence tho Cardinal- Archbishop and by tho Very Rev. and Rov. the Clergy of the Archdiocese oi: Sydney. CLERICAL DEPARTMENT.— All. Clothing Requi sites by the Very Best Makors. FIRST-CLASS CUTTERS, and a staff with thorough experience of the particular wants...

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A HAZARDOUS JOURNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

A HAZARDOUS JOURNEY. ? +. ? The following is taken from a letter, published in the Irish Catholic, from Father Luke Plunkett, one of four missionaries who last year accompanied Bishop Hanlon from London to Uganda : — On Trinity Sunday, June 9, we landed at Mombasa, a small harbour on the mainland, and, to the credit of ' Ould Ireland ' be it said, the first friend to meet and welcome us on shore was an Irishman — Brother Vincent, from Dundalk. He is a good and zealous lay brother who has for years past laboured amongst the people of Mombasa, by whom he is held in high esteem, and belongs to the Society of the Holy Ghost and Immaculate Heart of Mary, at whose Mission House we remained, and from whoso Superior we received much kindness durintr ourstav at Mombasa. On the day our caravan left the coast for the shores of Lake Victoria Nyanza, it was accompanied two miles on its way by Brother Vincent; and it was not without a pang of regret that there, in a real African jungle, we bade g...

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

MRITE FOR OUR \ ^B^^|S|i^S^^^^^ I / ILLUSTRKTBD ^^^8|^j^M^^^^^^^^# /^ PRICB LIST. JJ&X '*^^^S /'/if ^\ if !L 4» 0 746 GEORGE ST. (Haymarket), SYDNEY 8 w inon \Fnn & I o 28° b°urke street» melbourn* W &J ^y**67 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE.

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THE MIRACULOUS MEDAL I. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

THE MIRACULOUS MEDAL. ? A. ? I. Plenaky Injdulgknojs, (/ranted to the faithful upon whom, the Miraculous Medal has been regularly imposed for the Day of Reception, Easter, and the Feast of the Immaculate Conception. — (September 30, 1895). Leo XIII., Pope. For a Perpetual Memorial. Our dear son, the present Superior- General of the Con gregation of the Mission, having1 recently obtained from the Holy See the faculty of blessing according to a formula approved by us, and of imposing upon the faithful the Medal of the Immaculate Virgin Mary Inn llnrl TWi »ui nnimi u TVTn/l ol\ Tina nnrniQiTifofl it a *tm4*Vi Tit a lUlfll KJ\-A, 1.14.11 W\J ILIU IAO J.J.*. V-V*.(« J. I j JLllVYJ IK\jU UlVlUUUU UU Vf 1 U1L J.J.ACT ardent desire that we now be ploased to grant certain Plenary Indulgences to the faithful who have received this medal. Wo havo deigned to favour these petitions ; wherefore, relying1 upon the mercy of the All powerful G-od, and on the authority of the Blessed Apostles Peter a...

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

'THE CATHOLIC PRESS.' ? __^, ? LIST OF AGENTS. COUNTRY. Branxton . . . . . , . . Collins, G. Armidalo . . . . . . , . Mallam and Co. Bourke . . . . . . Stevenson and Langwell Glen Innes . . . . . . . . Allsopp, W. Gulgong , . . . . . . . Joyce, P. Goulburn . . . . . . . . Locko, J. ,, . . . . . . . . Sharp, T. Lithgow ? Oonnell, Mrs. Inverell ? Walsh, Mrs. Morpeth ? Butler, J. Maitland, East . . . . . . Ley, D. ,, West .. .. .. Lipscombe, W. G. ,, , ? Poultou, W. T. Orango . . . , . . Moller and Co. Uralla . . . . . . . . Henry, J. P. Wollongong . . . . . . Tyson, F. Wy along ? Avery, H. INTERCOLONIAL. Melbourne ? BernardKing&Co., Lonsdalo- street Queensland (Toowoomba) . . Kyle, W. Tasmania ? Mahon, M., Eliza beth-st., Launceston Hillgrove (Collecting Agent) . . F. T. Bauer Tingha (Collecting Agent) . . Mr. Murphy Bundarra (Collecting Agent) , , A. McGinty. TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS. — Catholic Chemist requires Apprentice, important mining' country town ; exceptional opportu...

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

INSIST on Getting the , John Bull Brand. Thousands are now Drinking it. Tmree Qualities. / ^- if c packed \n / mk f ^0LD BYALL I IB and i/z LB Packets / J? \,f e q10$N§ Also in Al? \~k ofl® D LB Tims Of *yi Should your Grocer try to palm oil1 other Brands, send to us. We will tell you where you can get it. (LIMITED), Wholesale Proprietors, 172 CLARENCE STREET.

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MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

MANAGERS' REPORTS. Lake George United Mining and Smelting1 Co. , No Liability, week ended May 11.— Elliot's shaft, 150ft. level : Western Btopea in largo pyritic lodo, producing payable copper ore. Crosscut south producing' medium grade Bulphide. Eastern stopes in silvor lode, pro ducing high grado mixed sulphidoa. 210ft. level : Copper stopes north of main crosscut iu pyritic lodo, producing payable ore. 300ft. lovol : Nos. I, 2, 3, 'I, 5, and leading stopes producing largo quantities medium grade silver ore. Main ongino shaft : Sunk total lOSffc. Gin. from the 300ft. plat. Keating'* shaft, 60ft. level south: No, 1 stopo advanced 4ft., in payabl' ooppor ore. No. 2 stopo producing high grade copper oro. No. 4 slope in hanging wall side of pyritic lodo pro ducing fair quantity of medium grode mixod sulphidoa. Leading stopo advanced Oft. in medium grado ooppor ore. 60ft. level north : Stopes abovo yielding medium grade mixed snlphides. Contractors on North Silver Block raising ore in ...

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

A. II. BARCL4Y, Mining A^cnt (Member of tho N.S.W. Stock Exchange ; Member of the Coolgardio Stock Exchange), 19 POST OFFICE CHAMBERS, PITT STREET, SYDNEY, N.S.W. BAYLEY STREET, COOLGARDI.E, W.A. Mining and Financial Companies Floated and Managed. Evory Description of Mining Machinery suppliod and Greeted on claims for an intorost in same. DR. T. MARTIN, ill tun, jt5 jig ©- -o» in, 3OD © asm ^ Ji, €3 * (So toell known to the Sydney Public), Has removed to KING STREET ARCADE, No. 39 (GEORGE STREET ENTRANCE), First floor over Tailor's Shop, Rooms lately occupied by Mr. Marshall for many years. FULL SET, from ? £110 Every Operation PAINLESS. First-class workmanship guaranteed, or money returned. EXTRACT EON, 1/ M* ALLAIRE, from Paris (for 10 years with Murton and Co.), attends also daily at the abovo Rooms. CELLULAR SHIRTS & UNDERWEAR. PROTECTIVE IN WINTER. iRiffiOOIMCMENJDIffir) .BY XKCH3 MEDICAL JPttO&XC&SION. CELLULAR AERTEX CLOTH is composed of small cells, ...

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ST. BENEDICT'S TEA PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

ST. BENEDICT'S TEA PARTY. This ' sottling-up ' of tho tea party in aid of St. Benedict's schools gives a nott result of -£l3-i. The gathering at tho reunion. Avas very large. Tho big hall, brilliantly lighted and tastefully decorated, presented a gay appearance. The ladies avIio pre sided over tho tables dispensed lavish hospitality in perfect manner and grace to their many visitors. Old friends met once again, and chatted merrily over ' the cheering cup.' The arrangements Avero carried out very satisfactorily by the hall committee, under the direction of D. F. Clements, Esq. (hon. sec.) Messrs. McNamara, O'Connor, and News acted as M.C's. j Messrs. Walsh, Connolly, Bray, Doyle, Wai], Frank Doyle, Boulton and Ryan helped in an effi oip.nk mannfii1 to malrn thin .ova iilon,Kn,n1i. Tho ladies avIio undertook the management of the tea party must have worked hard for the f olloAving results : — £ s. d. 1. Mrs. Lyons and assistants ? 20 4 0 2. Mrs. Ryan, Abercrombie-streot, and Miss Byrn...

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MAITLAND FAT STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

MAITLAND FAT STOCK SALES. (from our own correspondent.) There was a large attendance of buyers at Camp bell's Hill saleyards on Monday, but only a moderate supply of fat stock. The competition was active, and prices showed a decided advance on the rates that ruled since the Newcastle strike began. In some lots there was an increase of ]5s, per head. Best bullocks brought from £4i 10s. to £4- 18s j good quality, £3 15s. to '.M 5s.; medium lots, ,£2 15s. to ,£3. Cows, of which there was a fair supply, were brisk in demand. The best made ,£3 5s., and the rest from -£1 10s. Fat calves were in active demand but in small supply, and brought good prices. Best vealers brought from 25s. to 30s,j good, 15s. to 20s. ; small, 10s. to 12s. 6d. There was a fair supply of sheep, which were in little better than store condi tion. There was an advance of from Is. to Is. 6d. on late rates. Best wethers brought 7s. to 8s.; light and medium 6s. to 6s.'6d.j prime ewes, 7s,, and the refct from 5s. 6d. to...

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

PARLIAMENTARY NOTES. ? n- ? ? On Wednesday a motion moved by Mr. Gormley for tho adjournment of the House to draw attention to tho high capital values placed on land for homestead selection — which was finally negatived — led to some lively discussion, in Avhich also grievances suffered by the selectors Avere unquestionably brought to light. A. motion proposed by tho Premier that the House should place on record their sense of the loss sus tained in tho death of the late Sir Henry Parkes caused a scone of a rather lively nature, in Avhich, too, tho pathetic and the acrid became in some degree mixed. Mr. Copoland, in tho course of a sympathetic speech, asserted that Sir Henry's Avidow and children Avoro in actual distress. This the Premier denied. 1.1.0 had, he said, at onco on hearing of the deceased's illness, communicated Avith his doctor and charged him, on the responsibility of tho Government, to sur round the invalid Avith every comfort that his con dition required. The Premier...

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MINING. HILLGROVE, May 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

MINING. (From our Correspondent.) Hillgrove, Mav 16. Baker's Creek Gold Mining Co. — The battery for the fortnight crushed 524 tons, of which 390 came from Smith's Eeef, and 134 from the Big Eeef. Yield, 378oz. 9dwt. smelted gold for 12£ days' crashing. The tributors at the back of No 3 level on Smith's Eeef have crushed 39 tons for a yield of 33oz. 14dwt. smelted gold, 5 days' crushing. In the mine back of No. 9 level, south of No. 2 winze, the reef is Gin. wide, carrying fair gold. North of No. 1 winze, at the back of No. 7 level, there is a ftin voivp fto.in'm'nffl -Peril' n'nlrl A +?. 4-1-m lio nl.- r\f ?f.li/i vs-L*i.. i.\s-.j. uiuii rxup: im^i w--r-i*-i» x.k. (/ L/iiu k/ivvjl va i/iil/ 125ft. level, north of Neale's shaft, the reef is 12in. wide and carries good gold, and the middle reef, at this level, the lode is 3in. wide, also carrying good gold. Eleanora Gold and Antimony Mining Co. — The battery for the fortnight put through 512 tons for a yield of 2OO5OZ. smelted gold, ...

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

CATHOLIC NEWS. (From Contempo:ra.ii i kr. ) Princess Henrietta, oi; Loiehtonstoin, who lias not yet reached hot.' majority, has, within tho past Pew days, on to rod a .Benedictine convont. Twelve out of forty mins in tho institution aro princesses. Prince Ferdinand actually asked tho Pope's per mission to receive Easter Communion in the Catholic Church. His Holiness, of course, refused the request unless there was a recantation. American papers state that Cardinal Satolli will probably bo succeeded in the ollico of Apostolic Delegate by Mgr. Averardi, who lias gone to Mexico on a special mission. Besides the special, representative of tho Holy Fathor, tho Archbishop of Mohiieif and Warsaw will bo present at tho Czar's coronation. By tho death of Arch. Lush op Konriok, the vonerablo Mgr. Do Coosbriand, of the Burlington diocoso, has boconio tho senior American prolate. Tho Pope is, it is stilted, now doyen of the bishops of the world. It appears tlu.it during tho last battle between ...

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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

N.S.W. FRESH FOOD & ICE CO.. LTD.. «te ('The COUNTRY MILK TRADE. The CREAMERY SYSTEM OF') ^ Plraeew of - The FACTORY SYSTEM OF BUTTER- BUTTER-MAKING (which has done / pi^^J of rf=My=u / MAKING (which has done so much more). f .j^^-l. * V. for the Colony and Colonies). REFRIGERATION. ICE-MAKING. ) ^W^ The Company sells only the very best articles. Supplying all the principal places of Sydney with Milk, Cream, Ice, Butter, Fish, Game, Poultry, Pastry, etc. Visit the City Depots (Refreshment) [ \ _' ? JJ ^oya^amcabb - } for AFTERN00N TEA Note. — Arrangements may be made at either of these Depots for Afternoon Teas for Private Parties. IWTHE FISH SHOP AT 135 KING STREET IS ONE OF THE BEST IN THE WORLD.-W SEND ORDERS TO THE ' HEAD OFFICE/' 25 HARBOUR STREET— THEY WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. AGENTS EVERYWHERE, H. PATESON, MANAGER. PARKER'S AUSTRALIAN HATR PRESERVER A MARVELLOUS REMEDY for the Hair and Sculp. Cooling and Refreshing* to use. Promotes Growth,, Removes DandrulT, Al...

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

GEORGE BAOTANN, 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. PENMANSHIP & BOOKKEEPING JAMESllRTJCE, WRITING MASTER, 47 ELIZABETH ST., CITY. Teacher at Riverview and St. Aloysius' Colleges, Sydney Grammar School and other leading Institutions. Day and Evening Classes.

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

SOCIAL. ? ▲ ? A pretty wedding was celebrated at Lisraore last month, the contracting parties being Mr. J. A. Daley, of Rous, aud Miss Agnes O'Flynn, eldest daughter of Mr. O'Flynn, of Lismore. The bridegroom was one of the Australian volunteers in the recent military tourna ment in England, and as a mark of esteem in which he was held by his fellow soldiers, Mr. Daley was honoured by a military escort under Captain Taylor. The Right Rev. Dr. Doyle performed the ceremony, assisted by the Rev. Father 'Walsh. The bride was dressed in white merveilleux gown, trimmed with white brocade ribbons, wreath of orange blossoms, and veil of embroidered tulle. A lovely bouquet tied with white streamers completed a charming ensemble. Four bridesmaids were in attendance — three sisters of the bride and Miss Clara Daley (sister of the bridegroom), who, with Miss Edith O'Flynn, wore cream cashmere with buttercup trimmings, cream hats and plumes. They carried bouquets — cream chrysanthemums, with but...

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