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SPORTS AND PASTIMES. SPECIAL NOTICE [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

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

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VICE-REGAL VISIT TO ST. VINCENT'S HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

VICE-REGAL VISIT TO ST VINCENT'S HOSPITAL. On Friday a visit Avas paid to this institution by Lady Hampdon. Her Ladyship, Avho Avas accom panied by tho Hon. Dorothy Brand, Miss De Horton, and Captain Ferguson, A.D.C., was received at the door by the Cardinal-Archbishop, attended by the Very Rev. Dr. O'Haran. There Avore also,!! present tho Rev. Mother General and the Mother Rectress, Lady and tho Misses Darley, Mrs. T. Dalton, Mrs. T. M. Slattory, Miss F. Doyle, Mrs. Armstrong, Mrs. M. H. Stephen, the Hon. John Hughes, Messrs. J. L. Minims, .1:1. AAiston, t. m. sjaiitory, ana J. A. .uoyle. Tho illustrious visitor Avas Avolcomed by His Emi nence, who spoke a I'oav graceful and appropriate Avords in acknowledgment of Her Ladyship's kind ness in coming and the interest shown by her in the institutions of charity. She was then presented by Miss Mullins Avith a beautiful bouquet, knotted Avith ribbons of the Hospital colours, and bearing a device as a souvenir of tho visit, and by Miss H...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HERE AND THERE. OUR SCHOOLS. LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

HERE AND THERE. OUR SCHOOLS. LIVERPOOL. Liverpool is a very ancient town, as everyone knows who takes an intelligent interest in tho pro gress of our colony. The citizens of the town and neighbourhood are all industrious, and therefore prosperous. The vine encircles the city of tho plains. I saw no masts of ships in the river, which, as in duty bound, meanders through tho verdant meadows of the district, and I came to the conclusion that it will take a long time and great enterprise on tho part of the people to rival the city in old England which goes by the same name. The Protestant Ecclesiastical Col lege is closed for some years. The most cogent reason assigned for this action on tho part of tho authorities is [that the building was too small to contain the dogma of the Church by law established. On ovory side one sees institutions for tho aged and disabled poor, among whom the most popular man is tho emi nent physician and cultured gentleman, Dr. Boattio. Nobody except the Siste...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LITERATURE AND THE FINE ARTS. Miss Marian McKenzie. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

LITERATURE AND THE FINE ARTS. . ? -*. ._ ? Miss Marian McKenzie. On Good Friday (says a writer in one of the London weeklies) the huge annual concert (at the Crystal Palace), under the direction of Mr. August Manns, was, as over, a huge success. Mr. Santley and Mr. Lloyd were both at their best, and Miss Macintyre and Miss Marian McKenzie were no less successful in arousing a well-deserved enthusiasm. Miss McKenzie, we may remind our readers, forms the contralto of the quartette coming out under engagement to the Sydney Philarmonic Society. In a life of Sir Samuel Ferguson A Noble recently published by his widow, the Character, following sketch of the late William Smith O'Brien is quoted: — 'Mr. W. Smith O'Brien . . . was a man of fine presence and chivalrous honour. Feoling1 that his words had incited the people to open rebellion, he considered himself bound to share its perils, though his property and life were at stake, and he knew the hopelessness of a rising followed by a handf...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAMPBELLTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

CAMPBELLTOWN. The Church militant, for strategical purposes, I presume, chooses the highest and best sites in ovory district. Here, anyhow, every hill carries on. it's summit a school. Apart from the primary school, you have St. Patrick's boarding school and St. John's. The Sisters of tho Good Samaritan aro doing a noble work. The boarding school for litblo boys is uniquo in its way, and I was informed that I-fis Eminence the Cardinal has taken no action to prevent the little boys from wearing scarlet neckties. Some of the children attending the primary school have to drive seven miles overy morning to reach tho town, and one boy of 11 year's brings his three little sisters with him in a trap from even a greater distance. The school is so well conducted that it is not astonishing to find such sacrifices made. Father Henry, the Vincentian and good Israelite without guile, has lately given a most successful mission in tho district. The writer, thanks to the courtesy of the good Sister...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALOYSIAN SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

ALOYSIAN SOCIETY. Tins abovo Society, comprising the acolytes of Mount Carmel, St. Mary's (suburbs), St. Keiran's, St. Ber nard's (Botany), St. Peter's (Surry Hills), and St. Vincent do Paul (Rodforn), had their first outing -on Monday last (25th hist.) Tho rendezvous Avas Audloy, National Park, Avhoro boating, crickoting, football, and other seasonable games Avo.ro indulged in. Too much praise cannot bo given to Mr. Firman for tho unqualified excellence of his catering. Tho menu comprised tho itoms usually found in our city hotels, Avines, etc., excoptod, and the tariff was exceedingly moderate, so much so that hampering in this direction is henceforth superseded. What with tho unrivalled scouory of land and seascape, tho charming weather, and the buoyancy of spirit of our hopeful young Levitos, the fascina tions of Audloy will linger long in their memories.

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAMDEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

CAMDEN. The good Sisters of St. Joseph conduct hare a most excollent day school. Tho irregularity in attendance when children come, as they do hero, from long dis tances tells against thorn at an examination. J3ut I learnt that in spito of this tho children gavo groat evidenco of careful training, and tho percentage for the school was G.l. Tho country is so beautiful, tho attractions so many, the people so amiable and kind, that it was a sore trial, for tho writer to loavo the lovely plains of Camdon after a brief stay.

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"THE CATHOLIC PRESS." A Progressive Movement. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

'THE CATHOLIC PRESS.' A Progressive Movement. The promoters of Tmk Catholic Pkess evidently have no intention of allowing the ' grass to grow under their feet.' A largo mooting was held in tho Oddfellows' Hall, Elizabeth-street, on last Thursday, with a view to still further ineroase our circulation and to widen our sphero of influence and activity. The Eight Rev. Monsignor O'Brien presidod, and there were present Very Rev. Dr. Carroll, V.Q., Very Rev. Dean Slattery, Rev.Fathors Moynagh, Han rah an, Coonan, Hogan, Collins, Briody, By an, Carroll, Whyto, P. J. Walsh, Pholan, Haydon, O'Driseoll, Hyland, McDonald, O'Callaghan, Bunbury, O'Regan, Tfinp\ Battlo: Messrs. F. B. FroehilL J. Fitznatrick. etc. A letter Avas read from Rev. Fathor Timonoy expressing rogrot that he could not attend, but assuring tho meeting that ho Avould do all in his poAver to make Tin? Catholic Pimoss a great' instru ment for good in Australia, and, as a guarantee of his earnostness, ho had forwarded to tho ol...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PICTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

PICTON. Anyone who has not driven from Camdon to Picton has no right to challenge the wri tor's statements when he says that it is 0110 of tho most charming drives in. tho world. 'From tho summit of the 'Razor back tho roads on tho plains of Camdon stretch out until they dwindlo into .little ribbons on the blue horizon. On tho other side, in a valloy surrounded by a zone of green hills, lies Picton ' il feliee.' I have ofton heard tho trite saying, which admits of many interpretations, f(Seo Naples and then dio.' In Picton they say, fl See Picton and live on.' All this (.usvriou lorms i-no sanii-ori.um 01: ruj\v ouubii vviuios. A leading, and cortainly an intelligent citizen, told mo that only four persons in a thousand dio in a year, so that if we take tho pop cont. only tho decimal of a man. dies in any particular year. A nd I hope tho sturdy and intelligent inhabitants of tho district may have long and happy lives. Tho Sisters of St. Joseph direct tho local Catholic school, which...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

CALLAGHAN'fS BOOTS STAND HARD WEAR. Try Thorn. 305 QEORGN STRKI3T, SYDNEY. FINEST MANNING RIVER OYSTERS, Yarmouth Bloaters, Smoked N.Z, Blue Cod, Vancouver Salmon, Scotch Haddocks, N.Z. Soles and Flounders. Also, all Kinds Best Local Fish Daily, at J^TD J^ltJLSS* O-A-I^Ei, 482 & 484 GEORGE STREET. 4 PITT STEBBT ENTRANCE, NEXT TATTEHSALI/S HOTEL.

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MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

MOSS VALE. I was not astonished when I. learnt that among the cultured and intellectual pooplo of Moss Vale The Catholic Press was spreading liko a prairio fire. ' Have you ovor been to Moss Vale ? ' said a gontloinan to'ino in the train. 'No.' 'Never saw tho Convent?' 'No.' 'lean toll you,' ho con tinued, ' these nuns are Imperial ladios. Their day school, is an excellent one, and everyone knows what; centres of enlightenment are their hoarding schools. Nearly half of tho children aro Protestants, who aro shrewd enough to avail of tho advantages offered to them by those most refined and intellectual ladios.' I found on my arrival in tho town that my travelling companion had only voiced tho sentiments of ovoryono in the district. The children are most carefully trained and taught. Litblo boys and girls thoro will find tho value of ' x ' for you in a complicated problem as easily as thoy will find thoir black load pencils. I would apply to thorn tho old jingle I was fond of in school...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MUNSTER ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

MUNST ER ITEMS. Ilia Honor County Court Jiul^o Bird was pro son ted with white gloves at Uaudou Quarter Sessions reotmtly to mark tho absence of criminal bus moss. Ro^ai/eliny tho sale of tho Devonshire property, Mir. M. J. Stnploton, who is acting as Sir John Ariiofct's a^eut, has niado tho following statement to an interviewer : — Asked as tho result of the intor viow which a deputation had with Sir John Arnott, Sir John stated that his offer for the purchase) of tho estate was before tho Duke for somo timo, but as he understood from the vory representative) deputation thab waited on him. now that a strong1 fooling existed on tho part of some of tho tenants to purchase their holding's, and that a memorial was sent to His Graoo by tho tenants to this effect, he would now, in ordor to remove any obstacle as far as ho (Sir John) was concerned, write to the Duke's ngonb, and say that in order to give His Grace every opportunity of coin plying with the prayer of the memorial to sell to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

SHIPPING. PENINSULAR AND ORIENTAL S.N. COMPANY. The Royal Mail Steamships of the above Company will be Despatched from Circular Quay (Macquarie Point) at 1 p.m., and from Melbourne and Adelaide, on the following dates, at Noon. FOR LONDON, Touching at the usual intermediate ports en route. «5 t ? Leave ? ^ Steamer. § Commander, a ?, , Mel- Ade H Sydney. bounie. ]aiae. 'T896. 1890. 189G. Parramatta... 4S7-\i P.Harris ...Juno 8 June 13 June 17 Massilia ... 502(5 li. Harvey ... June 22 June 27 July 1 Arcadia ... 6030 A. 0. Loggin ... July 6 July 11 July 15 And thenceforward every alternate week. *Taking passengers for Venice. RATES OF PASSAGE MONEY TO LONDON: First Saloon ? .£60 to .£70. Second Saloo ? .£35, .£37, M0 Return Ticlce s ? £G5 to £105 Passage Money can be paid here for Passages from England.. For further particulars apply at the Company's Offices, corner Pitt and Bridge streets. G. DOUGLAS MICHIE, Agent. f^RIENT LINE OF ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. The following Royal Mail Steamshi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

ORIENT CLOTHI NG GIVES UNIVERSAL SATISFACTION, AND IS UNEQUALLED FOR FIT, STYLE, AND WEAB. All Garments are Cut from the Best Models, and tho Materials Thoroughly Shrunk. The ORIENT CLOTHING is 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 OLERIO A.L CLOTHING [S ACKNOWLEDGED THE BEST KEADY-MADE CLOTHING- PKOCUBABLE. The Materials are selected with careful regard to the requirements of tho climate for City and Country Wear. Samples and Measurement Form Post Free on Request. DAYID JONESTND COMPANY, GEOEGE AND BAERACK STEEETS, SYDNEY. ? ? ? ST. MARX'S COLLEGE, High-Class Boarding School for Yoting Ladies, ROSEBANK, FIVE DOCK, SYDNEY. Under the Patronage of His Eminence the Oardinal-Arohbishop and Eight Boy. J. Elgghu, D.D., Auxiliary Bishop of Sydn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

?jg-1- . 'r ; ? _ ? L ]VfAJST 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 Kurl 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. 6d. Sac Coats and Vests — In Vicuna and Kuvl Cloth ? lls. Gd. Fancy Scotch Tweed Trousers and Vests ... 10s. Gd., 12s. Gd. Fancy Striped Worsted Trousers ? 9s. Gd. Fancy Scotch Tweed Trousers ? 7s. Gd. OVBBOOATS, &c. Beaver Cloth Overcoats, in Brown and Navy Blue ? 16s. lid. Navy Melton Cloth Overcoats, Chesterfield cut ? 24s. 6d. Macintoshes, all seams sewn witli silk, and the colour fast 18s. 6d., 22s. Gd., 29s. Gd., 37s. Gd. DEESS SUITS, Ac. Coat and Vest, of choice Venetian cloth ... 47s. Gd. The same, lined throughout with silk 5 best silk facing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

ER E' D. W. P A R S O N' S, Auctioneer and Estate Agent. [Established 1880.] PROPERTIES BOUGHT AND SOLD, HOUSES LET, ESTATES MANAGED, VALUATIONS MADE FOE PROBATE and LAND AND INCOME TAX. Accounts rendered Monthly. VICTORIA CHAMBERS, 44 Castlhbbagh-Strbbt, Opposite Australia Hotel.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

? 1W II 1 $Lm& fLad ILflsa M M n (by appointment to his excellency viscount hampden), Mutual Life Association Buildings, Wynyarcl Street, .£ Returns thanks for liberal support and hearty response to his CASH TEEMS, socuring Mb Hi^h-class Tailoring- and Material for lowest possible coat. His DRESS SUITS, £9 10s.; DINNER JACKETS, from £4; SACQUE SUITS, from £5 5s. to £6 ; MORNING' SUITS, £6 10s. to £7.

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ST. BENEDICT'S LITERARY, SOCIAL AND DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

ST. BENEDICT'S LITERARY, SOCIAL AND DEBATING SOCIETY. The usual weekly meeting of the above Society took place in the schoolroom at St. Benedict's on May 20. Mr. J. Kirby was in the chair, and Eev. J. Whyte, the Society's worthy director, was present. After the admission of six new members the Premier (Mr. Ryan) moved the motion standing in his name, to the effect that the proposed bridge at North Sydney should be created and maintained by the State. The Premier, in a very forcible speech, attacked the principles by which foreign syndicates stepped in, and, after sucking the life's blood out of the colony, sent all the money to America, etc. The Premier instanced tho success that had been achieved by the State in constructing the PostJjjOfflce tunnel, and he maintained that if there was money to be made out of the bridge the people or State should derive it. Mr. E,. McCormack, the leader of the Opposition, replied in his usual terse manner, and ridiculed the motion, which he maintai...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. A Welcome Encouragement. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

NOTES AND COMMENTS. A Welcome Encourage- ment. We may be paTdoned if we confess that we indulged in some feeling of laudable pride on reading the letter of ' Senex bacerdos that we published in our last issue. A priest of wide and varied experience, of high literary and theological attainments, and of over 50 years of a most successful and honourable missionary career, the know ledge that our efforts are meriting his appro bation would naturally be to us a consola tion and a strong incentive to pursue determinedly our jouralistic course. The following, however, surpassed our expecta tions, and gave us unmixed satisfaction : — ' The leading articles, the correspondence, and the general tone of your paper are as sound as the old English 'Tablet' was under the lamented Frederic Lucas half a century ago.' Stronger praise or higher encomium could not be given us. Frederic Lucas, as every one that knows anything about Ireland is aware, was for long one of the most brilliant and able of Ca...

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