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THE PARADE OF MAY 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 8 June 1889
THE PARADE OF MAY 30. The old Father Mathew Temperance Society of this parish occupied the right of the line of the grand parade on the 30th, because it is the oldest by organization; but aside from this fact, in the opinion of all, the society deserved this honor on account of its size and of the manly bearing and fine appearance of its members. It was also noticeable for the number of young men in its ranks. Other societies in the parade, notably the St. Francis dc Sales and the Arlington Society, attracted attention on account of the number of young, stalworth men in line. Most of the visiting societies were made up of young men; and this appears to us to be a fact worthy of note, as indicating the growing influence and power of such societies. Once our young men, with their characteristic energy and unselfish devotion, range themselves under the banner of temperance, the cause must exercise a wider influence, and command a more general support. The parade, from any point of view...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 8 June 1889
P. CROWLEY, GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, 209 Third St., East Cambridge, Vessels and Schooners supplied. Coal and wood by basket or ton. 1886. iBBg. JOHN J. HORGAK, Marble and Granite Cemetery WorkAdded to our large stock is a lot of first class headstones, purchased in February, 1889, at a Bankrupt Sale in Boston, and the whole stock will be sold at very low rates. 45 to 53 Main Street, Cambridgeport, West Boston Bridge. P. G. McDERMOTT, TEACHER OF MUSIC, 81 THORNDIKE STREET. Terms: Twenty lessons, two lessons per week, $15; twenty lessons, one lesson per week, #20. Tuition fee in advance. Laurent Robillard, Meat Market and Groceries. 187 DUBLIN STREET, North Cambridge. The only place in North Cambridge where you can buy at wholesale prices. By calling here you can save money. SHORT-HAND ALPHABET. P B T D CH .1 X O r V TB TH S \\| I // ) 7. SH ZH I, R M N NO W Y H QHORT-HAND, Type-writing Book-keepinr. Penm»n- -*-» ihlp, *c-. Ac, at the BOSTON COMMERCIAL COLLEGE,639 Washington St., cor...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 8 June 1889
Don't Make Any Mistake When Looking for Boots and Shoes. If you do you will miss what your friends and neighbors are getting at TURNER &amp; COS. We have the Best Assortment of Summer Shoes in Boston. Tennis, Bicycle, Base Ball, Yachting, and Low Shoes selling now. Job lot Wigwams, 48c; about half price. All sizes Men's Base-Ball Shoes, 50c. for Men, Women, and Children. Indies* Patent Leather Tip &lt;&gt;xford Tic, 59c. Men's and Boys' Tennis Oxford Check, 47c. Indies* Russett Tipped Oxford Tic, 75c. Also Candee make, first quality, 73c. And 500 other kinds in all styles and qualities. These are regular 75c. and # 1 goods. I School Shoes a Si-kcialtv. TURNER &amp; CO., 136, 139, and 164 COURT STREET, and 32 ESSEX STREET, - - BOSTON. C E. Tiksfr. Okan Bkown. HORATIO WELLINGTON &amp; CO., Wharf and Elevator, Craigie's Bridge, East Cambridge. Boston Office: Branch Yard : 72 Water Street. Union Square, Somerville. John R - Fairbaim « CAMBKIDGK RE...
THE HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 8 June 1889
THE HOME. It is our intention to try to make this column simply of interest to the family ; we will, therefore, from week to week, give such hints as may come under our observation in regard to the matters pertaining to the home ; also receipts for the making of different dishes, and anything of interest to the household. Our desire is to help, by our efforts, to make The Sacked Heart Review complete in every detail, and to emphasize the words of Leo XIII.: "A Catholic paper via parish is a perpetual mission." Take off your hat and keep it off in a place of amusement. * * # Swedish gloves are more fashionable than glace, excepting in black. * * * Gentlemen remove their hats in a hotel elevator when ladies are present. * * * Black stockings are going out of favor, and the latest fancy is to have the stockings match the dress. * # # Two small roses placed low down at the back of the head in the hair is one of the latest and most becoming styles of hair dressing. * # # It is a mistaken...
THE ORIGINAL MAC'S AND O'S. [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 8 June 1889
THE ORIGINAL MAC'S AND O'S. Almost innumerable are the legends and songs about St. Patrick current in Ireland — told with rude and attractive eloquence in the cabin, and with poetic beauty among the educated. It is well, however, for the reader to note that the Catholic Church treats these legends just as the world's writers treat the thousands of beautiful and inspiring stories told of the heroes and pioneers in every country. Some of them are undoubtedly true, as many are undoubtedly fictions, and still more mingle fact and fiction : but all are pleasing, all inspire kindness and patriotism. The Church does not place on them the stamp of her authority ; she has her authentic history of the saint, as of all the saints, even as the Americans have their authentic history of Washington. She neither affirms nor denies, as an article of faith, the legend of the serpents, any more than Washington Irving affirms or denies the story of the cherry tree and the little hatchet. This important...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 8 June 1889
Summer — — Clothing For Men and Boys, is sold for most reasonable prices at 32 to 4-4- North Street, Boston, the oldest established clothing house in New England. The goods sold by this house are always the best and the cheapest, and its patrons are of the best class in the State. Athletic and Sporting Goods, Boating and Bicycle Costumes, Tennis and Base Ball Outfits, Arc specialties of the Sporting Department* Hammocks, Mosquito Nets, Sleeping Mats, Shoes, Straw Hats, Shirts, and thousand of things that everybody wants. Send /or Catalogue of such goods as you need. G. W. SIMMONS &amp; CO, OAK HALL, BOSTON, 32 TO 44 NORTH STREET, World's Standard. We are the largest distributors in the State. As a special inducement we offer them for $1.00 DOWN and $1.00 PER WEEK until paid. No extra price for easy payments. We offer standard quality of Furniture and Carpets at the lowest prices to be found in Boston. Send for Catalogue. G. H. ROBINSON &amp; CO., i Dock Sq. and 140 W...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 8 June 1889
SOLID AND REMUNERATIVE EDUCATION. Young and middle-aged men and women who desire a complete and thoroughly practical Business or Stenographic Education, Will find the best advantages and reasonable terms at 167 TREMONT STREET. Our work is more thorough, and we graduate better trained students than any other school in Boston. Students received any time. Open through the summer. Come now. CHAS. FRENCH, A. M., PRINCIPAL. JAMES FOGERTY, 603 Main Street, Cambridgeport, ARCHITECT, Residence, 89 CHESTNUT STREET. W. H. WOOD &amp; CO., Lumber and Building Materials Of all kinds, at lowest market prices. Wharves : BROAD-WAY AND THIRD ST3., CAMBRIDGEPORT. J. H. S. DONNELLY, DEALER IN' Foreign«- Domestic Dry Goods AND MILLINERY. No. n8 CAMBRIDGE STREET. Agent for the Troy laundry. W. B. HASTINCS &amp; CO., INSURANCE, 89 Cambridge St., E. Cambridge. 7 Exchange Place, Boston. RESIDEN'CH : 5 Russell Street, No. Cambridge. D. B. SHAUGHNESSY, Newspapers, Periodicals, Books and Statio...
Our Irish Letter. [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 8 June 1889
Our Irish Letter. Cork, Ire., May 25, 1889. The brief reference in last week's letter to the action of the land commission in Scotland, in wiping out over two-thirds of the arrears of tenants on a single estate, might profitably be taken as a. cue to a more ample allusion to the matter of rents and arrears in that country and Ireland, and the material difference in which they are judicially dealt with in both countries. In Scotland the court is authorized not only to fix a fair rent for the present and future, but also to wipe out arrears to whatever extent seems most just, and in a single year the reduction in rent amounted to 30.8 per cent., and in arrears to 61.3 per cent., in the total rents and arrears submitted for adjudication. In our country, however, the courts have no jurisdiction of arrears, and when our trusted leader, Parnell, introduced a land bill in Parliament to confer such jurisdiction, it was rejected by the government. Now, when we consider that the arrears in Ir...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 8 June 1889
RRINE &amp; NORCROSS' RELIABLE STORES, 17 and 18 Tremont Row, 70 and 72 Tremont Street, 660 and 662 Washington Street, 1 and 3 Tremont St., cor Femberton Sq., BOSTON. Hosiery, Gloves, Small Wares, AND FANCY GOODS. Wm. H. Brine. J. Henry Norcross. JAMES CURRY, Collar« Harness Maker, Repairing in all its branches #— — * Promptly attended to. No. 5 Broadway, Junction of Main. MRS. A. W. BLAKE, Cor. Cambridge and Fifth Sts. FANCY DRY GOODS, 'JEWELRY, Kid Gloves, Pocket Books, UNDERWEAR OF ALL KINDS. Globe Diamond Dyes. Also Mine. Deniorest's Patterns. REMOVAL. J. T. SULLIVAN, dealer in Groceries, Beef, Pork, Mutton, Lamb, Poultry, Tripe, Sausages, Ham, Lard, Pigs' Feet, etc.; also Fresh Fruit and Vegetables of all kinds in their season, at lowest cash prices. NO. 143 LEVEEETT STEEET. JOHN H. SULLIVAN, Prescription Druggist, CORNER OF Core and Third Sts., EAST CAMBRIDGE. Telephone free to call Physicians.
Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 8 June 1889
P. O'Brien &amp; Son, "° MA,N st^ t b R ,dge. FLORISTS. Floral designs promptly attended to. A large assortment of Flowering and Ornamental Plants, Shrubs, Bedding Plants, etc. -THE BANXaUfT SALE--FURNITURE AND CARPETS, AT 24 rHIOTf STREET, BOSTO&gt;', Has been very brisk, and all have secured GENUINE BARGAINS. L™ In spite of the heavy trade, we still have over 100 Chamber Sets, Parlor Sets, Carpets, Refrigerators, Etc., Etc., Which we shall close out at great sacrifice for CASH next week. If you are in need of anvthing in this Tine, come early so as not to lose this chance to save 50 per cent, of your money. UNION FURNITURE CO., - - 24 UNION ST., BOSTON, CO TO Adams &amp; Lincoln, If you want anything in the line of Dry Goods, Cents' Furnishing Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, Small Wares, &amp;c. Blankets, Comforters, In all grades and at all prices, all as low as can be bought anywhere. Agents for Laundry. 98, 207, 473 Cambridge Street. Ancient Order of Hib...
MEN OF NOTE. THOMAS JEFFERSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 8 June 1889
MEN OF NOTE. THOMAS JEFFERSON. Thomas Jefferson, a great statesman and the third President of the United States, was born at Shadwell, Va., April 2, 1743. After graduating at William and Mary College, he read law under Judge Wythe; was admitted to the bar in 1767, and practised law with extraordinary success. He was elected a member of the Virginia House of Burgesses in 1769, and in 1773 united with Patrick Henry and other leaders of the patriotic party in the formation of the committee of correspondence for uniting the colonies in action, and for disseminating information among them. He was a staunch and able supporter of the advanced views of the patriot party, and, in June, 1775, took his seat in the Continental Congress, where, in the next year, he was appointed — with Franklin, Adams, and others — on a committee to prepare a declaration of independence, and was himself designated chairman of such committee. At the request of his colleagues, he drafted what is since known as the...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 8 June 1889
If you are going to Ireland, — bringing out your friends or sending money across, — you cannot do better than call at the CHARLESTOWN AGENCY FOR THE Cunard Line. 13 BOW STREET, A few doors from City Square, It has been established in Charlestown for the past four years, and the price of Passage Tickets and Orders on Ireland for £1 (one pound) Sterling and upwards, is the same as at all first-class Steampship Offices. Its location, at 13 Bow Street, makes it very convenient, and no matter what hour of the day you call, you will receive prompt attention. Orders by mail and express promptly attended to. MARTIN J. ROCHE, Agent. N.B. —This office is headquarters in Charlestown for sending money to Great Britain or Ireland. Steerage Passengers, booked to or from Queenstown, Liverpool, Galway, Belfast, Dublin, Londonderry, and all parts of Europe. Open evenings'till 9 o'clock. o JKJ^ 3 Subscriptions received for The Sacred Heart Review. ALL-WOOL CARPETS. )o( Bankrupt Slock. )o( We have jus...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 8 June 1889
P. J, CALLAHAN, Horse Shoer. Particular attention paid to Shoeing, Interfering, AND Over-Reaching Horses. Horses having contracted feet particularly attended to. Horses shod in the most approved manner. No. 352 Cambridge Street. STEAM IP! 'Cleaning; By Rotary Machinery. Office, 3 River Street. Works, Rear 382 Main. Prices for Cleaning, 3 and 4 cents per yard. The same for laying. W. A. FREEMAN, - - Proprietor. John Mclaughlin, 24 Vine Street, Groceries and Provisions, Coal and Wood at wharf prices. Goods delivered in all parts of the city. Best grades of Flour a specialty. Joseph L. Clough, Fine Teas, Fresh Ground Coffees, Groceries, Canned Goods, Butter, Etc. 246 Broadway, Cor. Windsor Street, C A M BR IDGE PORT. FOR GENUINE HOME-BREAD GO TO Smith's Bakery, 163 BRIDGE STREET. Also a first-class line of Bread, Cake, and Pastry fresh every day. Wedding Cakes a specialty. John Brogan, GROCERIES- — AND — -PROVISIONS, 295 Cambridge St., East Cambridge. LOUIS COHEN, Merchant Tailor, 106 ...