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

NEWSPAPER MORALS. Apropos of a recently published item of news to the effect that a society has been formed in France to insist on legislation ' with a view to staying the decline in the population,' ' Outis,' in the course of a superficially humorous paragraph on this important national consideration, observes, speaking of France: 'There is an enormous amount of indigence and pauperism there, and so long as that exists in a comparatively small country there is not any pressing necessity to legislate with a view to stopping practices that are known to have a tellinc effect in lightening the census-taker's job.' This is a sample of the wretched kind of newspaper stuff which is largely helping to demoralise the country. Here is an irresponsible journa list publicly sanctioning, encouraging (in tone and effect the item amounts to that) through the columns of one of our 'great dailies,' the vilest, the most atrocious abuses against nature and the Omnipotent. Does the editor read and pas...

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

ABEEDEEN WHITE STAB LINE. STEAM TO CAPETOWN AND LONDON. The following- magnificent steamers will leave SYDNEY for CAPETOWN, TENEEIITE, and LONDON, as follows :— m.,,, Loaves Name of Steamer. Commander. jtu's Sydney ?'Gfcli at 3 pan. THEKMOPYLiE ? A. Simpson .., 8700 May~~20 ABERDEEN ? A.T.Wills ... 3700 Juno 20 AUSTRALASIAN ... T. F. Bpaldinj? ... 8700 July 31 DAMASCUS ? A. H. G. Douglas, 3700 Any. 2S E.N.E. NINEVEH... .„__ ... N.Allan ? 8900 Sept. 30 All tlie nbovo have splendid accommodation, and will carry a surgeon and stewardess. Passengors by this routo to London will avoid tho heat of the Rod Son. Only 1st and 3rd class passengers carriod. In the S.S. Thormopylin third-class passongors aro advisod that this is an exceptional opportunity for families, as a stewardess will be carried. ^All passengers will bo berthed in four-berth cabins, but JB2 each extra for berths in two-berth cabins. For freight and passage money, apply to DALGETY and COMPANY, Limited, Agonts, 1 Bout-street...

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

ESTABLISHED 1848. MANUFACTURING STATIONERS, LITHOGRAPHIC & LETTERPRESS PRINTERS, £aw- %j- (Commercial gtafionei^s 146 PITT STREET, TELEPHONE iaBB. 556 It !O W E Y . M. HUG H ES^TSONS, Have always in stock TEAS, GROCERIES, AND PROVISIONS Of the Finest Quality and at the Lowest Prices. Families waited on for orders, and all orders punctually attended to. M. II U G H E S A. N D SONS, Grocers and Tea Dealers. 543.1. William Streot.

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

STEWART DAWSOI & CO.'S GREAT EMPORIUM, THE COLOSSAL & AETISTI0 SHOW OF AUSTRALIA. Universally Renowned as the Great ENGLISH CASH TRADING FIRM. IN FULL SWING UNDER THE FREETRADE BANNER OF NEW SOUTH WALES. ' Cash is the life, the crown of trade, for all that's good, for all that's made. Then, buy for cash, all who \vo\ild share cheapest and best for look and wear. Its voice is loudest 'midst the throng* ; its music grandest in the song ; its banner highest up the hill; its motto ' Upward, onward still.' ' The Comprehensive character, the Elegance, Variety, and Extent of Our Stocks of FINE GOLD JEWELLERY, DIAMONDS, SILVERWARE, and SPECIALTIES have never been approached. Our Establishment is a Complete Constellation of Brilliancy, and a Panorama of Artistic Show. PRICES SAVING TO EVERY PURCHASER FROM SIX TO EIGHT SHILLINGS IN THE POUND. Watches at Freetrade Prices. Our Own Make, of World-wide Eepute, English throughout, Silver, £2 10s., J23, and .£3 10s., Ladies and Gent...

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LATE ENGLISH CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

LATE ENGLISH CRICKET. ? ? ^ — A match against an English Eleven was commonced on tho Crystal Palace Grounds on Friday last. Tho weather was fine, and tho wicket in good condition. Tho home team only scored .1.14 runs, tho highest scorers being Pougher (not out) 27 and A. Ward 22. Jonos was in great form, and bowled eight wickets for 39. The Australians opened their innings with Donnan ni-i/l nnnlinrf P./-v-ili arin-tmrl VMt\r.\\ir mill «i/'itHvhi Ivnfn/l 54 and 41 respectively. Gregory gavo a splendid exhibition of cricket, and made 154 before being disposed of. The innings closed for 379. Tho English Eleven in their second innings only scored 89 runs, and tho Australians thus won by an innings and 221. runs. Gilfon bowled seven wickets for 15, and Jonus secured three for 20 runs. For tho English Elovon Pougher took live wickets for 100, and Eawlin two for 76. A Requiem Mass was celebrated in tho Cathedral of Nantes on tho occasion of tho centenary of tho execution of General F. A. ...

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

IRISH NAMES. In referring in tho Irish Catholic to a Major O'Grady, who has just loft tho Gorman service and entered that of Chili with tho rank of colonel, Mr. T. D. Sullivan Avritos as follows : — Tho O'Grady who wont to Chili wont to a land where ono of his race had won fame and glory in fonnor yoars, and whoro many of 'the good old stock' aro still to bo found. General Bernard O'Higgins was tho father of Chilian Inde pendence, and has boon called 'Tho Washington of Chili.' The centenary of his birth was colobratod with great rejoicings all ovor tho country on August 20, 1876. At Santiago, the capital, thoro was a magnificent display. Chariots of victory woro drawn through the streets; thoro Avas a grand military procession ; thoro wore bands, bannors, and illumina tions ; thanksgiving Masses were said in tho churches, which were beautifully decorated; and in ovory possible way tho people did honour to that red-lottor day in thoir history. General Bernard O'Higgins was born at Sa...

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

THE T BOOT CtCDJMLFj&.JSr^r9 386 Q E O IR G E STREET. WE STOCK OYER 2,000 DISTINCT VARIETIES OF SHOES, GOOD, SERVICEABLE, STYLISH SHOES, AT LOVER PRICES THAN YOU CAN BUY ELSEWHERE. That is why we lead the Sydney trade. The greatest Salesmen in the World are Price and Quality. Price is the great Convincer — the Invincible Salesman. A Genuine Thing is What it Ought to Be— SUCH YOXJ WILL FIND OUR BRANDED GOODS. Branches ? 226 King Street, Newtown; 339 Parramatta Road, Leiohhardt; 336 Oxford Street, Paddington. SPECIAL NOTICE. TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers not receiving The Catholic Press regularly are requested to communicate with the Manager without delay. Any errors in addressing the wrappers should also be promptly reported to the office. 'THE CATHOLIC PKESS.' NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Letters intended for publication must be addressed to the Editor. We cannot undertake to return rejected manuscripts. All communications of a business nature should be addressed 'The Manager.' N...

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THE COLISEUM AND CHRISTIANITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

THE COLISEUM AND CHRISTIANITY. ? a ? This first visit of the tourist who finds himself in the Eternal City will bo almost invariably either to the 'vast and wohdrouB dome' or to tho Flavian amphi theatre. The Coliseum is, indeed, ono of the most interesting monuments of ancient llomo. Its erection bogan a.d. 72, on tho wito of tho reservoir of Nero, by Vespasian, and was completed by TituH iff tor his return from Jerusalem. Tho unfortunate Jowh, who at that period wore handled rather roughly by tho Romans, were the chief labourers, tihero being no Iohs than 120,000 of thorn engaged at it. Of tho architect of tho Oolisoum wo iiro not certain ; but tradition gives us his uiuno as Gandonlius, and that ho was afterwards martyred in tho arena for boing1 a Christian. * ?*? * In tho days of Pagan Rome nothing1 pleased tho people more than scenes of bloodshed. The great theatre could accommodate 100,000 ; yet often were its benches packed with spectators. Tho omporor and tho nobility of Rom...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 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. Hogan, Esq., J.P. John Donelan, Esq. P. Stanley, Esq., J.P. A CASH BONUS OF 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. TURNER AND HENDERSON, [ESTABLISHED 1861.] SCHOOL STATIONERY Of Evory Description fit the Lowest Rates. CONVERTIBLE SCHOOL DESKS (Patent), Ail nizoH, Mado to Order. Kindergarten Department Shipment of NoveltioH by Every Mail. 16 AND 18 H U N TJER_ ST R E E T , S YD N EY . jvi . ~ ? baLTinT ? W X« C* Xfc V £R X1 „ ? Agent for J. Hi (To, Jloulcdalo. 422 GEORGE STREET (Between King and Market Streets). GEORGE R0iBE]^S0¥& COT, 361 and 363 G-EOKGE STHEET, rUULI8IIKHS, WIIOLKSALK & KBTAIIi fiOOKKKIiLKRK & KTATIONHRS. 0ATH0.H0 SCHOOL BOOKS aui'...

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THE WIDOW OF THE LATE LORD CHANCELLOR OF IRELAND. THE following has appeared in the Sydney dailies:— (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

THE WIDOW OP THE LATE LOBD CHANCELLOR OP IRELAND, . ? ^ ? The following has appeared in the Sydney dailies : — (to the editor.) Sir, — During my recent visit to New Zealand I learned that several of our Australian newspapers had copied from home Protestant journals the report that the excellent widow of the late Lord Chancellor of Ireland, Lady O'Hagan, had apostatised from the Catholic faith. In confirmation of this rejmrt it was stated that she had joined the sect of the Plymouth Brethren, and had withdrawn her charitable aid from a religious community which she had been mainly instrumental in establishing in Dublin. It was further added that she had caused to be extinguished at her parental mansion in Townoley Hall the oratory lamp, which it was the family boast had been kept lighted throughout the whole period of religious persecution. As such reports must cause not a little ]:-am to the many friends of her family in Australia, may I ask you to insert in your next issue the foll...

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THE PRESENT STATE OF HOME RULE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

THE PRESENT STATE OF HOME RULE. Since the day that Mr. Gladstone intro duced his ' Home Rule' Bill, and by his fervid eloquence and magnificent display of enthusiasm and of courage electrified the crowds that thronged the galleries of Parlia ment House and the English-speaking world, it has been generally taken for granted that Ireland owes a lasting debt of gratitude to the Liberal Party. Had this Party been successful in carrying through a measure prantinp' sfilf-frnvernmfint to the Irish np.onlfi the obligation of this supposed 'debt' of gratitude might be more readily acknow ledged, and the causes for its existence more easily discovered. As it is, we confess that we cannot see why the Irish people, still the victims of unjust laws and still denied their national rights, should be the slaves or sub servient admirers of any English party. The Liberals, led by Mr. Gladstone, de fended their conversion to Home Rule on the ground that the Government of Ireland by England was a scand...

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SODALITY LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

SODALITY LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. ??-«?-???' Tins society held its oustomary weekly meeting in the Ridgo-street (North Sydney) Catholic Schoolroom on Monday, May 18. The Ministry submitted for dis cussion the motion — 'That the juries in orhninal cases should allot tho sentences. ' After debate, in which Messrs. Collins, MoMahon, Grlaokeu, McRae, Purcell, Dyer, and Clarke took jmrt, tho question was carried on division. After tho usual routine business had been attouded to, and several new members introduced and welcomed, tho society adjourned until June 1. Special attention is directed to the advertisement of Mr. P. R. Larkin on our back page. Mr. Larkin is tho recipient of a very flattering testimonial from the Under Secretary of the Department of Mines and Agriculture, highly recommending his ? altar wine. The analysis, which shows most satisfactory results, is given in detail, and will doubtless interest many of our readers. The Clulha County Gazette of April 24- publishes...

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

THE UNEMPLOYED. How to find bread or work for the unemployed is a problem which our statesmen — be they Freetraders or Protectionists — must solve at an early date. Every man has a right to live, and, if he is in danger of death from starvation, he has a right to his neighbour's loaves and fishes. There is no man open to conviction who will not admit that ' the number of the unemployed is daily increasing. The Government must show a large surplus n i' 4' l-i r\ ra v» /-I /??* *r In -m /~\ *-* *-s sA i* !?% /-»??» n n » » a i. -, . .CC~. ? 1 i. ? cit uju ^xiv-i uj. j ujijc, auu. llicy ^cUUlUl cUXUIU LU spend money on the wretched men and women who stare hopelessly in your face at every street corner. The Public Service Board have most painful duties to perform, and, in dismissing so many hands, inflict pain and suffering on many a hopeless family. The Mayor and Aldermen, anxious to acquire distinction in some way, send away, without ruth, scores of hard-working men. Our merchants, to...

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

COMMERCIAL. ? * ? Wednesday. It is monotonous to have to report weekly the stagnation in trade. There is a fair demand for small lines, but operations in bulk are of a restricted nature. Nothing of note has transpired in the breadstuff market. Local flour is quoted at from ,£10 5s. to dS10 10s. At the tea sales yesterday, bid dine- was verv cmiet. and some lines had to be with drawn owing to the auctioneer being unable to induce a bid. Groceries are quiet. In sugar a line of best white sold at ,£22 10s. The following return of produce received at Sydney per rail is compiled for the week ending yesterday : — Butter, 785 kegs and 916 cases j cheese, 39 cases ; eggs, 157 cases ; bacon, 7 bags and 212 sides; hay, 39 trucks; straw, 6 trucks j chaff, 86 trucks; wool, 200 bales j sheepskins, 625 bales; wheat, 27 tons 12cwt.j flour, 127 tons ocwt.j oats, 14 tons lOcwfc. lqr.; maize, 5 tons 2cwt.; meal, 4 tons ; potatoes, 6 tons 5cwt.; bran, 87 tons 18cwt. lqr.; j)ollard, 29 tons 19cwt. 2qr....

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

HOTELS, GENERAL STORES, and MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESSES. We have the above BUSINESSES for SALE in SYDNEY and COUNTRY. IBSTIT IS ONLY NECESSARY FOR BUYERS TO CALL, WHEN FULL AND ACCURATE PARTICULARS WILL BE SUPPLIED. H-TPO A POY %r PO 9, 10, and 11 Post Office Chambers, vjrjjjvy. xi. xjkjj.^. oo v^vy., 114= pitt street, Sydney (opposite g.p.o.)

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

HOTELS, Etc. A RMIDALE. — Board and Residence (Private). i\ Terms, 1 guinea. Reduction to Ladies or Family. Highest References. Mrs. Walsh, 'VALETTA' (Opposite Railway Station). TNVERELL.— AUSTRALIAN HOTEL.— W. J. JL Gilmore (late of Commerce House) has taken over the above well-known Hotel from Mr. C. Crothers, and trusts, by keeping a first-class Table, and only the very best brands of Wines and Spirits, to merit a fair share of suj^port from the general public. The Billiard Room is fitted with one of Alcock's best Tables. The Stabling is excellent. Good Grass Paddocks. Terms very Moderate. SHIN PANK SHIN FANE. THE CLARENDON HOTEL, CORNER OP PARK & ELIZABETH STREETS, SYDNEY, HAS changed hands, and is now under the manage ment of Mr. MAURICE COUGH LAN, late of New Zealand, whose name is a guarantee that for comfort and cleanliness it cannot be surpassed in Sydney. The Hotel has been thoroughly renovated and fitted up with modern improvements to suit the comforts of families...

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THE PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

THE PEODUCE MARKETS. The volume of business continues fair. Very little business has been transacted in grain, with the excex^tion of maize, which is selling readily at 2s. Id. Chickwheat is on offer at 3s. 3d., and screenings at 3s. per bushel. Bran and pollard are quiet at 9 Ad. and 9-]-d. respectively. Large stocks of imported chaff are in hand, and Adelaide prime is selling at £5 1 medium, £4- 12s. 6d. to £4- 15s.; Tasmanian, £4- 10s. to M 12s. 6d.j Victorian, M 15s. to M 17s. 6d.; prime local is quoted at -£5 and £5 2s. 6d., and medium at £4- 10s. and £4- 15s. per ton.

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DIOCESAN NEWS. ARCHDIOCESE OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

DIOCESAN NEWS. . ? 4 ? . ARCHDIOCESE OF SYDNEY. On Thursday last His Grace Dr. Carr, accom panied by Dr. Higgins, paid a visit to St. Vincent's Collego, Victoria-street, and on the same ovoning His Grace left; Sydney for Melbourne by the express. His Eminence the Cardinal, .Dr. O'Haran, Fathers Robinson, Walsh 0, P. M. Ryan, Battle, and Dean Slattory assembled on the platform to see His Grace oil'. On Sunday last His Eminence the Cardinal pre sided at tho High Mass in St. Mary's Cathedral, which was sung by Rev. P. Walsh, with Fathers Carey and Cregan responding as deacon and sub deacon. There was some disappointment from tho fact that Fathor Robinson was not colebrant, as had boon announced. Fathor Robinson was suffering from a sovero cold which kept him within doors for some days. He is now, however, in perfect health. Tho preacher at the Mass was Father Walsh, of St. Patrick's Cathedral, Melbourne. Tn an elegant dis course, Father Walsh referred to the manner in which Our Lord sp...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. Waifs and Strays. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

NOTES AND COMMENTS. ? ^ ? . ? , Waifs and Strays. Right thinking, intelligent people received a rude shock last week when a deputation, to Mr. Reid — the up-to-date panacea of all our ills — revealed to the public that the ' stray and diseased' dog difficulty was still, like the fiscal problems, a matter for which a solution has to be sought. Need less to say that in this ' stray dog ' question leading minds have been exercised, and when, after years of deep thought and grave deliberation, the ' sausage industry ' was developed, society heaved a sigh of relief and fondly flattered itself that one of the burning problems of human existence had been completely mastered. Alas! though, for the conclusions of philosophers, and the ardent hopes of the sanguine ! Sausage machines kept revolving, and, in spite of all reasonable hopes and just expectations dogs kept ' straying.' The ' stray dog ' is still with us — a source of tenderest pity, of deepest emotion, and of most sublime pathos. H...

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DIOCESE OF GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 May 1896

DIOCESE OF GOULBURN. An address and purse of sovereigns were presented at Grafton on Sunday to the Bev. Fathor Mennia, who has been transferred to Kompsoy. (Illawarra Mercury, May 12.) On Sunday morning, at the eleven o'clock Mass, the Forty Hours' Adoration commenced in St. Franois Xavier's Church, Wollongoug. The Rov. S. Bourke, D.D., of St. Patrick's College, Manly, was the celebrant at the solemn High Mass, and the Revs. J. J. Byrne, parish priest, and T. A. Fitzgerald, O.S.F., were the deacon and sub-deacon respectively. The attendance was very numerous, many having to stand, whilst others could not even get inside the church doors. The High Altar had been most beautifully adorned for the occasion by the Sisters of St. Mary's Convent. The music, which was of a high standard, was rendered by the young lady boarders of St. Mary's Convent, under Professor 3\ Croft, the Convent's musical instructor. Mr. Croft acted admi rably as organist. The Very Rev. T. A. Fitzgerald, O.S.F., pre...

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