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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 November 1895

lanh of gfonr £outy Waits. ESTABLISHED 1817. Head Office: (iKORGE 8T,, S\l-]-fi.v. Authorised Capital ? £3,000,000 0 0 Paid-up Capital, as on 80th Sept.. 1895 ? £1,890,200 0 0 Reserve Fund, as on 30th Sept., 1895 ? £1,172,297 2 0 DIBK0TORH : James Richard Hill, Esq., President. Charles Smith, Esq. Robert C. Close, Esq. Thomas Buck-land, Esq. ,T. T. Walker, Esq. Thomas Cadell Esq. auditors : A. G. Milson, Esq. | J. S. Harrison, Esq. London Office t OI.I- BROAD STREET. With Branches in all tho Australian Colonies and Now Zoaland ; mid agencies in Tasmania, India, and the East, tho United States, Hamburg, and tho United Kingdom. The Bnnk allows interest on fixed deposits ; collocts for its customers dividends of public companies, and intorest on debentures j and invests money on thoir behalf in publia securities in tho Colonies or Groat Britain j undortnkos tho agoney of other banks ; issues drafts, circular notes, and letters of crodit, and conducts all customary Banking Business. The...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORCHARD. THE TIME TO TRANSPLANT TREES. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 November 1895

ORCHARD. THE TIME TO TRANSPLANT TREES. A good deal has been written on this subject. Although a few planters may boast of having planted both deciduous and evergreen subjects every month in the year, still there is a right and wrong season for such work, and I think most growers will admit that midsummer and midwinter are the two wrong, and autumn and Burins the two ri^ht. seasons. Thfi r-fiaanrj whv transplanting is not advisable at midwinter is that the vitality of all plants is at its lowest at that season, and there is not sufficient heat in either the air or the soil to excite growth, and thereby heal over the mutilated roots and give the tree even a feeble hold. Its animation is all but completely suspended, and it is at the mercy of the season and all vicissitudes. There is indeed absolutely nothing to be said in favour of transplanting in winter. As to summer planting, it is open to an opposite set of objections. Of course, provided a tree is moved with all its roots intnet,...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRAIN CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 November 1895

G-EAIN CEOPS. The early-grown crops will be fit for harvest ing during this month. Care should be taken not to begin the work too soon. By breaking the grain and rubbing it between the finger and thumb, the proper time for cutting can be easily known The grain should be free from moisture, and yet not too dry, or it will cause the grain to pinch after cutting and will injure the selling value of the produce. Overripe ness must be guarded against, or great losses will arise from the grain shelling, not only in the field, but during the handling necessary for storing. Care must be taken not to stack or house the crop while the straw is in the least damp, or the stack will heat and cause the grain to spoil, as well as causing great risk of catching fire. In the matter of the late sown grain crops, the most profitable thing to do would be to convert them into hay, during this month, should the drought continue or there be no means of giving them the necessary moisture by a practical sys...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FARM. POINTS TO STUDY IN DAIRYING. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 November 1895

[?] POINTS TO STUDY IN DAIRYING. If a factory that makes 1,000 pounds of butter, cheese, or bacon per day, according to the industry, could by the skill and experience of the maker add a halfpenny per pound to its market value it would amount to £2 Is. 8d. a day, or more than £312 for five months. This may seem a small amount in itself, yet goes far towards paying the expenses of the concern, and leave to the patrons just so much more with which to pay expenses, etc., of improved appliances and skilled labour. And yet this is the experience of factories which demanded that all milk to be delivered shall, as soon as milked, be aerated and cooled before being sent. In one factory a loss of Id. a pound on all cheese made by inferior quality and flavour was recovered, and the cheese sold after with the best, followed the rule of every patron night and morning aerating the milk and cooling to a certain degree before placing on the factory waggon. In quite a number of factories this seaso...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CATHOLIC HIERARCHY. COMPLIMENTARY CONVERSAZIONE. BRILLIANT GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 November 1895

THE CATHOLIC HIERARCHY. OOMPLIMEWTAKT OONVJSKSAZIONB. BMLLIANT GATU.EEZNG. One of the most brilliant social events wit nessed in Sydney was the 'conversazione' tendered by the laity of Sydney to the Hier archy of Australia on lust Monday evening in the Town Hall. It was estimated thai; not less than 1500 guests were present. Together with His Eminence the Cardinal, all. the bishops, with exception of the Archbishops of Adelaide and Hobart, were at the social gathering, as were also assembled on the occasion the Clergy attending the Plenary Synod, and a largo num ber of the Priests of the Archdiocese. The scene, on the arrival of His Excellency the Governor and the Hon. Margaret Brand, who were accompanied by Capfc. Sloano Stanley and Lieutenant the Hon. lli\ W. S. Egerton, A.D.O.'s, and the Hon. G-afchoiMie-Harily (private secretary), was decidedly picturesque and beau I if ul. The Vice Wegal party was re ceived at the main entrance by Sir P. A. Jen nings, Sir AV. P. Manning, Mr. T....

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 November 1895

BEST AUSTRALIAN WINES. ALTAR WINES A_ SPECIALTY. 11 WARATAH^BRAND/1 TELEPHONE 1977. 29 O'CONNELL STREET, SYDNEY. ST. ALOYSIUS' COLLEGE. SPEECH DA Y will be held on WEDNESDAY, DEC. 4th, at 3 p.m., in the GUILD HALL, CASTLEKEAGKE-STREET. BISHOP HIGGINS will distribute the Prizes.

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Huge Carrier. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 November 1895

A Huge Carrier. The largest cargo vessel that has been landed from any yard in England or Scotland has arrived in Sydney. The 'Westmeath, for such is her name, was launched less than three months ago, and the event created no little excitement in Sunderland. From the builders she, after a steam trial at which she proved equal to 11J knots, nt once started upon a straight-out steaming voyage to New Cale donia. The voyage was accomplished via the Cape of G-ood Hope, and the steamer reported passing here on her way to Noumea. There she took in 4500 tons of nickel ore. Her lift ing capacity is equal to 10,500 tons actual weight, or 14,000 tons of:1 mixed cargo—weight and measurement.

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A WONDERFUL OLD WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 November 1895

A WONDERFUL OLD WOMAN. ? + ? The latest New York papers contain the fol lowing item of news : — ' A little old woman sat on the stringpiece of the Battery landing of the Ellis Island boats yesterday eating apples. She arrived in this country Tuesday on the Anrania, and the immigration officials said she was the oldest immigrant that ever landed at this port. She said she was 104 years old. The only language she knew was (Gaelic, and Detective Peter Grroden was the only man on the pier yester day accomplished enough to converse with her. She said she was Mrs. Mary Coftey, from Shinim, County Kerry, Ireland. She had always lived in County Kerry, she said, until she left to come to America. Mrs. Ooffey's husband died 50 years ago. She has had eight children, of whom four are living. She has an intelligent face and a full head of snowy hair. She was quite a big girl, she told Detective Groden, when the unlucky 800 Frenchmen, under General Humbert, landed at Killala. She said she remembe...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 November 1895

NOTES AND COMMENTS. There seems to be a general consensus of opinion that Lord Hampden will be able to stand erect under the difficult and trying duties that will needs devolve upon him as representative of Her Majesty in S}'dney. So all the newspapers have written ; and though they did not think it necessary to inform the general public as to the nature or the painfully severe duties incidental to Government House, we are prepared to admit that they exist, and with the rest of the colony we rejoice that we have a Governor that will be capable of fulfilling them. It does not matter the least that had anyone else come instead of Viscount Hampden he would have received the same addresses of welcome, the people would have waxed en thusiastic about him in the same measure, and our venerable daily newspapers would have allayed our anxiety by the consoling assurance that Iip, too, would be fully equal to the trying and onerous duties of his high office. We never yet heard of a new Gover n...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MINING NEWS. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 November 1895

Ml¥lNG~NEWS. 'Wednesday. Broken Hill shares showing a -firm tendency, but the general tone of the market is dull. Block 10 found buyers at 74s, and Junction North changed hands at 7s. Od. In gold, sales were effected in Cross us at 9s. 3d. and 9s. Gd., the Extended selling at 2s. Gd. No. 1 North Smith Held shares were sold at 14s. lOd. and 15s. Id. There has been a fair enquiry for Lake Goorgo United shares, and sales have been effected at from 9s. to 9a. (3d. The following are the quotations : — Buyer. Solid'. COAL. Hotton 48/ — ... 68/ Newcastle 98/ — ... — Stockton ... 4/5... 6/ V a 1 o of Ohvydd ... 4/ ... — . Wallsond ... 20/ ... 20 i Waratah ... 38/ ... — Wickham & Bullock Is land ? — ... 0/0 Ditto, now ... — ... 1/ COPPER. Lake George United ... 0/6... 9/7 , SILVER. Broken Hill.. — ... 51/ Block 10 ... 13/ ... 74/ Block 14 ... 17/6... 18/ Junction .. 45/ ... 45/6 Ditto North . 8/3... 8/7 South ... — ... 14/6 Nth. Central 1/ ... 1/1 GOLD. Block 45 ... 15/ ,., 17/6 Eloa...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DELAY OF FEDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 November 1895

DELA.Y OP FEDERATION'. I it there is one thing in Australia about which there is perfect unanimity oi: opinion it; is that the Colonies ought to be federated. Even those that give neither thought nor consideration to the question, still in a general way believe that we are some day to be a nation, and to have considerable voice in the world's affairs, that our warships will be steaming under the gates of: oriental and European cities and dictating terms and offering ultimatums to the Governor and residents therein, and that in a loftier scale, we will be performing all those imposing . deeds of: high national, importance by means or! which England has become an object or* admir ation and envy to the world. To the politician federation is a boon and a blessing exceedingly great. If he is rejected by an enlightened constituency on labor problems, or if: his views on fiscal Eeform are not savoury to the nostrils oi: democracy, he waves majestically these petty affairs far from him, and...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 November 1895

MOUNT S T. M A. R G A R E T, EYDE. Home for treatment of ladies mentally affected. Under the Patronage of His Eminence the Cardinal and under Government supervision. Conducted by the Nursing- Sisters of ' the Little Company of Mary, who have undergone special training for this work in British and Continental Institutions. For further particulars apply to __ ™E_?EY- M_a™E]i SUPERIOR. QT. MARGARET'S MATERNITY HOME, 561 ELIZABETH STREET,. SYDNEY. Women received for Accouchment. No restriction to Class or Creed. A Staff of Competent Nurses keiDt. ? CONDUCTED BY MRS. ABBOTT. 'ifTLy NCEC & CO, Wholesale Wine and Spirit Merchants, Cobnjsr of Hare, ing ton and G-k.osveno.14 Sts., CHURCH HILL, SYDNEY. ONLY Best Quality of Australian and Imported Wines, Irish and Scotch Whiskies, Ales and Stout. Altau Win.1'3 a Speciality. JT. FALLON'S PUKE ALBUKY WINES.— 400 Medals, ? including filioso from tho Exhibitions of Amsterdnm, Bor deaux, Vienna, Calcutta, Philadelphia, London, etc., etc.— M...

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VICE-REGAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 November 1895

VICE-REGAL NEWS. Loiti) Hampden has lost no time in proving that he is an earnest cyclist — not a mere patron of the cycle, but an active worker. In the early part bi the present week he ordered two bicycles from Messrs. Bennett and Wood ; and on Tuesday morning His Excellency and the Hon. Alice Brand, accompanied by Captain Sloane-Stanley, A.D.C., went for a spin in the Centennial Park. They put in an hour and a- halt, and the Uovernor expressed ins aengnt at the Park as a cycling resort. The Government House party was mucli impressed with the character of the conversa zione held at the Town Hall on Monday night in honour of Cardinal Moran and the other members of the Plenary Council. His Excel lency has expressed his warm admiration of the artistic way in which the interior of the Town Hall was decorated, and was especially delighted with the magnificent and extensive dais fitted up in his honour. His Excellency appreciates very highly the thoughtfulness shown in making his colour...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Leo XIII. and the Press. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 November 1895

Leo XIII. and the Press. Ihe Holy Father gave a special audience on Saturday, 12th October, to Signor Enrico Filiziani, proprietor and editor of La Vera Roma, who was accompanied by Professor Alexander Ointi and Commendatore Pietro Pacelli, members of the Vera Roma staff; of writers. They presented His Holiness with 16,000 lire, a sum collected by their paper, by way of protest against the recent 20th of September festivals. The Pope, in accepting the offering of the faithful, warmly congratu lated the editor and encouraged him to con tinue the good work which is being accom plished by this excellent Catholic newspaper.

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CATHOLIC [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 November 1895

CATHOLIC On to-morrow afternoon, His Eminence the Cardinal, assisted by the archbishops and bishops attending the Plenary Council, will lay the foundation stone of the New Mission Col lege, about to be erected by the Missionery Fathers of the Sacred Heart, Randwick, at Kensington. A beautiful site has been secured for the new building, and the architectural design is extremely graceful and imposing. The college when built will add considerably to the attractions of this rapidly-growing suburb, and will be another monument to the zeal and earnest devotion or the liandwick Fathers. Next week the Cardinal and the Australian bishops, after the labors of the Council, will be engaged in the more pleasant task of witness ing the progress of our Catholic schools, by assisting at some of their annual exhibitions. On Monday they will attend a musical enter tainment at St. Vincent's College, 'Victoria- street, and on the two following days they will assist at the closing festivities of the sch...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOLY CROSS COLLEGE, RYDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 December 1895

HOLY CROSS COLLEGE, RYDE. ? «, ? On Monday night the students of Holy Cross College, liyde, gave their annual entertain ment before a large audience at the lioyal Standard Theatre. ' The Spinx,' an excellent drama, in three acts, was produced, and the pupils acquitted themselves in a manner worthy of the highest praise. Messrs. M. McMahon, 1ST. Starr, and F. Pennelly, as Adelpates, (Stupid ites, and the Spinx respectively, pour trayecl the characters with considerable success, and the other parts were also well sustained by Messrs, A. Herman, S. O'Halloran, J. O'Malley, J. Quirke, H. Grugeon. A. Commins, IT. McMahon, S. Davis, N. Banks, S. O'Malley, 3?. Brewer, C. Hi ley, and J. Fallon. The following first-class miscellaneous programme was also provided; including liowal ski's ever popular and much- played ' Marche Hongroise': — .Piano solo, ' Marche Hongroi.se' (Kowalski), W. Powers; song, 'Nazareth' (Gounod), ]?. Pennelly ; piano solo, 'Melody and Arariations ' (Her/,), N. Starr; ...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. REID'S VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 December 1895

MR. REID'S VICTORY. Partially adopting the words of a distin guished writer, we might say that through many difficulties and many fluctuating cir cumstances Mr. Reid has triumphantly over come all oppositon, and reached successfully the end of his great struggle. The Land and Income Tax measures are now to duly take their place in the Statute-book of the colony. We are not particularly enamoured of the Bills themselves. We believe that the agri cultural classes have need of anything but taxation just now. By a dry season, and by being held fast in the clutches of the banks, they know not what to do or whither to turn for comfort or relief, and the appearance periodically of the tax-collector will not add to the picturesqueness of the landscade around their homes, nor will it tend to allay their anxiety or calm their disturbed feelings. This has nothing to do with the question, however. We have in this country a system of advanced liberty, the perfection of demo cracy, that for which...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE "HERALD" AND THE PLENARY SYNOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 December 1895

THE ' HERALD ' AND THE PLENARY SYNOD. It is admitted that the great London Times has something of the authority and influence of an uninterrupted International Congress, No secular authority on earth has been'more universally respected, feared, or obeyed. What is read in its leading columns in the morning is the opinion of the majority of the British people in the evening. It is quite the other way about with the Sydney Herald. It has no mission particularly ' to cleave,' in ?the words of a distinguished American, ' to the right, to show the right to be the only expedient, and to feed its batteries from the great heart of humanity.' It is content in an humbler sphere, and what the majority of our colonists agree to in the evening that is the policy of the Herald in the morning. That it published a sub-leader, therefore, on last Monday, dealing with the Plenary Synod in a fair and liberal spirit, is a hopeful sign of the progress of the spirit of toleration among us, and that the peo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 December 1895

'THE CATHOLIC PRESS.' IMPORTANT NOTICE. SPECIAL CONCESSION TO CASH SUB SCRIBERS. The Directors of 'The Catholic Press' News paper Co., Ltd., have decided to make special concessions to subscribers paying in advance. The rates are as tinder : — One Year ? 12s- „ (in advance) ? 10s. Half Year ? 6s. „ (in advance) ? 5s. Single Copy ? 3-*. ADVERTISEMENTS. All advertisements charged to account must bear the authorisation for insertion. The number of times they are to appear must be stated, otherwise they will be inserted till countermanded. No verbal com munication can be attended to. 'While every care is exercised, tho proprietors do not hold themselves responsible for non-insertion of advertisements, through accident or otherwise ; and they reserve to their selves the right of omitting advertisements received and paid for in the usual course of business if they appear to be objectionable. Notices of Births, Marriages, and Deaths cannot be inserted in this journal unless endorsed with t...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 December 1895

CITY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED. HEAD OFFICE ? 95 PITT STREET. Directors : John See, Esq., M.P., Chairman. The Hon. John T. Toohey, M.L.C. J. P. Garvan, Esq. P. Hogan, Esq. 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 £121,000. ROBERT KERR, Manager. TRANSACTS FIRE BUSINESS ONLY. R. P. MORTOJST, Shirt Maker, SUPERIOR CLASS OF HOSIERY, COLLARS, HATS, SCARFS, PYJAMAS. L95 PITT STEEET, SYDNEY (STRAND). BOOTS! BOOTS!. T LF NOT SATISFIED TRY FLYNN'S, 03 and 215 OXFORD STREET. AYTON'S ARTIST DEPOT, 491 GEORGE STREET. EVERY DESCRIPTION OF Winsor and Newton's Artists' Materials. ESTABLISHED 1857. / /^4\ SYDNEY (Head Office)— / I ^J%A 157 KING STREET EAST, / X^^vW Delween Castlerea^h and Elizabeth Sts, / fm\m\™ Telephone 6G2. / rf^\^ik\^y Wi Sydney— / vU%\ l\ -& 799 George St. South, opp. Railway Stn. / a \^%- ^%J I \ -O Telephone 726. / m. \ ^fev...

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