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

BOWLS. The cheap rates now ruling for the telephone system are being availed of by clubs, and lately Ashfield and Strathfield were connected with the exchange. A rink tournament will be held by the Brighton Club next month . The first prize is 10 guineas, and the second 4- guineas. The new Annanclale Club has been granted the use of the Kentville Green by the president of the asso ciation (Mr. J. Young). In connection with the Waverley tournament, the following results are to hand :— J. B. Moore and A. Brindley (St. Leonards), 2 behind, beat E. G. Gibbes and A. J. Sands (Waverley), scratch, by 21 to 13 ; F. Punch and W. Gordon (St. Leonards), 7 behind, beat Captain Condio and D. McDonald (Waverley), -1- behind, by 21 to 20.

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LADY ALMONERS OF THE SACRED HEART. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

THE LADY ALMONERS OP THE SACRED HEART. ? ? ▼ ? On Sunday, during eleven o'clock Mass, a charity sermon, in aid of the Lady Almoners of the Sacred Heart, was preached in the Church of the Sacred Heart, Paddington, the preacher being the Rev. Father Birch, O.S.F. The rev. preacher referred to the early history of the Church, describing how Christianity gradually caused the spirit of charity to spread throughout the communities blessed by its presence — how in Rome, for example, the bar barous treatment or tne aged, tno weak, and. the young, which had previously existed, was superseded by the establishment of numerous institutions for the advantage and relief of those who were in capacitated through age or infirmity. Wherever true Christianity existed, charity abounded. Con tinuing, he referred to existing social conditions — to the prevalence of poverty throughout the world. He said that too many of the well-to-do looked upon the poverty-stricken about our streets with feelings of loa...

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

BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Tub ninety-first report of the directors of this institu tion shows a most prosperous state of things, on which all ooncerned may well be congratulated. The net profits for the half-year, all deductions made, amount to £86,460 9s. 8d., of which the sum of £86,318 5s. is to be appropriated to the payment of a dividend the rate of 9 per cent, per annum. The paid-up capital lias boon increased hy £3-1-, 180, and now amounts to £l,9'28,3S0, The amouut of the reserve fund is £1,183,576 12a. .

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

CITY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, Ltd. HEAD OFFICE ? 95 PITT STEEET. Directors : John See, Esq., M.P., Chairman. The Hon. John T. Toohey, K.C.S.G., M.L.C. J. P. Gar van, Esq. P. Hogan, Esq., J.P. John Donelan, Esq. P. Stanley, Esq., J.P. A CASH BONUS OF TEN PEE CENT. IS PAID TO INSUEEES EVEEY YEAE. RATES AEE LOWEST. SETTLEMENT PEOMPT. CLAIMS PAID IN 17 YEAES EXCEED £125^000. EOBEET KERB, Manager. TRANSACTS FIEE BUSINESS ONLY. M . BALKIN, — W X* O M. X Sj X1 . ? Agent for J. Iliffe, Eockdalo. 4.22 GEORGE STEEET (Between King and Market Streets). THOMAS PANNING, BUILDBE AND CONTRACTOR, LARGE Assortment of every Building Material kej-ti in stock. Repairs in all its branches. Ecclesiastic and Scholastic Work a speciality. Esti mates submitted. — 6 KING- STREET, CITY; and. 210 EOSE STEEET. DARLINGTON. GEORGE ROBERTSON & CO., 361 and 363 GEORGE STREET, rilBlilSIIBltS, WIlOliBSALK & JIBTAIL IIOOKMMJM.S & 8TATI0MHS. CATHOLIC SCHOOL HOOKS ami SCHOOL I'ltl/JCS. CATHO...

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

ST. ANNE'S ORP.HANA.aE, LIVERPOOL. Tho Sisters of Charity return grateful thanks to Mr. Salter and the Ladies and Gentlemen of tho Committee who organised the Social hold in the Paddington Hall, in aid of tho above Institution, by which JB65..was realised. THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY OF SYDNEY, Limited. Capital Paid Up ... ... J09«J,015 0 0 Capital Called Up ? 16,655 0 0 Reserve Fund ? 1,010,000 0 0 Reserve Liability ? 1,000,000 0 0 DIRECTORS : Edward Knox, Esq., Chairman Gr. J. Cohen, Esq., Deputy Chairman Hon. H. E. Kater, M.L.C. Hon. Henry Moses, M.L.C. Richard Jones, Esq. T. A. Dibbs, Esq., General Manager. AUDITORS : Sir W. P. Manning Edward Chisholm, Esq. HEAD OFFICE, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. T. A. Dibbs, General Manager. T. B. Gaden, Assistant Manager and Chief Inspector. A. J. Soutar, Accountant. W. C. 13. Tiloy, H. H. Massio, W. H. Pinhey, Inspectors. LONDON OFFICE, 18 BIRCHIN LANE. DlllKCTOHS : Sir J. A. Youl, K.C.M.G. ; A. O. Robinson, Esq. ; F. H. Dangar, Esq.; Bonj. Bu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MINING. HILLGROVE, May 25 [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

MINING. (From our Correspondent.) Hill a rove, May 25 Baker's Creek Gold Mining Co/s mine.— The 125ft. level has been driven 7ft., total 72£ft. from Neale's shaft, reef 8in., showing a little gold. Stopes: Smith's Reef, back of 125ft. level, 12in., fair gold ; No. 10 level south of No. 2 winze, 4in., fair gold ; north, 8in., a little gold and antimony. No. 9 level north, 10in., and south, 3in., both showing fine gold. No. 8 level is looking well. Eleanora Gold and Antimonv Minine1 Co. — The battery has been running full time, and all tho vanners excepting those used for treating the tailings are in full work. The calcining furnace is kept fully employed, and all the machinery is going smoothly. The south shaft is down 86ft. below No. 2 level, the lode still about 3ft. wide and showing gold. Tho usual stoping is going on above No. 2 level, and com munication with the winze north of Garibaldi boundary has been effected by means of a short cross cut east. The lody pinched out in the dr...

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

NC XKT T7T3T7OTX T7AAFV P TPE? PA T T'PV 0 VV rfxCiOil rUUlJ (SL ILEj LU LIU l ^ /'The OOUNTEY MILK TEADE. The CEEAMERY SYSTEM OF^ ^ PioiSSf of 5 The FACTOEY SYSTEM OF BUTTEE- BUTTER-MAKING (which has done / p.^J^ _ Pl°J^L °f1 MAKING (which has done so much more). { Pl°l™ °f * ^ for the Colony and Colonies). EEFEIGEEATION. ICE-MAKING. J ^J^ 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) \ ' ' It **™rST?^AT' ' \ for AFTERNOON TEA. ( - 23 MOYAL ARCADE - ) Note. — Arrangements may be made at either of these Depots for Afternoon Teas for Private Parties. SEND OEDEES TO THE ' HEAD OFFICE,' 25 HARBOUR STREET—THEY WILL EECEIVE PEOMPT ATTENTION. AGENTS EVERYWHERE. H. PATESON, MANAGER. PARKER'S AUSTRALIAN q: W /*' ' X r -^ ? ?¥ . ,w rn A MARVELLOUS REMEDY for tho Hair and Sculp. Cooling and B.ofvusldntf to use. Promotes G-roAvtli, Removes DiwidrulT...

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

A. H. BARCLAY, Mininji Aj»ent (Member of tho N.S.W. Stock Exchango; M.'ombor of the Coolgardie Stock Exchange), offices : 19 POST OFFICE CHAMBERS, PITT STREET, SYDNEY, N.S.W. BAYLEY STREET, COOLGAIIDll!], W.A. Mining and Financial Companies Floated and Managed. Every Description of Mining Machinery suppliocl and erected on claims for an interest in samo. DR. T. MARTIN, HH it* 'M? jig* © cs 3E& 3O' @ 3K1L it. it, gs it I (So well known to the Sydney PubHe), I Has removed to KING STREET ARCADE, No. 39 I (GEORGE STREET ENTRANCE), I First floor over Tailor's Shop, Rooms lately occupied by Mr. Marshall for many years. I FULL SET, from ? - £1 1 O I Every Operation PAINLESS. First-class workmanship guaranteed, or money returned. EXTRACT EON, 1/- I M* ALLAIRE, from Paris (for 10 years with Murton and Co.), attends also daily at tho above I Rooms. I (CELLULAR SHIRTS & UNDERWEAR] PROTECTIVE IN WINTER. I RffiOOMMENDKD J^Y THM AIMDIOAL FLIO1P SESSION. I CELLULAR AERTEX CLOTH is ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

DEATH. LENNON.— April 15th, at St. Aubyn's Road, Upper Norwood, London, Jane Frances Lennon (sister of Mrs. J. P. Brosnan, Narandera), aged 21 years. R.I.P.  

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AT HOME AND ABROAD. An Unfair Charge. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

AT HOME AND ABROAD.     An Unfair Charge. A charge brought by the Brisbane Courier to the effect that Mr. Tozer, who had made himself especially ob noxious to the Labour Party by his action with respect to the shearer's strike, was rudely treated, out of fear of the party referred to, by Mr. Reid, became a subject for discussion in the House on Thurs day evening. Mr. Tozer, it was charged, had been invited by Mr. Reid to accompany him to Broken Hill, but, for the cause stated, was given to understand on the way that his presence would not be desirable. Mr. Reid explained that he had never given the invitation alluded to — that, in fact, he could not do so, as from Adelaide to Broken Hill he was himself the guest of the Labour members. He understood, he said, that Mr. Tozer was going from Adelaide to West Australia. Tho Premier added a complaint that, though he had, an a rule, boon very fairly treated by the Press, some of tho nowspapers lost no opportunity ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A PUZZLE EVEN TO THE FRAMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 6 June 1896

A PUZZLE EVEN TO THE FRAMES,. (Irish World, April 25.) Experts in Irish land legislation (say later despatches) aro exploring the mazes of the text of this new Land Bill, and they find it difficult to agree on exact con clusions as to how the measure will operate. The Chief Secrotary for Ireland (Gerald Balfour), in introducing the Bill, left tho House in a state of puzzling perplexity. Hia stylo of exposition did not assist in elucidating the intricate subject. Experienced gallery reporters concur in tho opinion that Mr. Balfour's speech was the most complicated and technical one ever delivered in Parlia ment. Ho hurried unintelligibly through a mass of doliails, rapidly reading parts of the speech that had obviously been prepared for him, which he did not understand himself. John Dillon, the leader of the Irish Party, who under-tandn tho Iri-h land question probably hotter than any other member, said in tho lobby that ho had listened to tho most in tricate and difficult of all the...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 6 June 1896

MELBOURNE. — . ? ^ ? _ (Feom a Correspondent.) On the Feast of Pentecost the annual meeting of subscribers to the Cathedral Fund was held in St. Patrick's at 7 p.m. The Blessed Saci'ament having been removed after Benediction, the Archbishop took the chair amidst applause. The body of the cathe dral was crowded, and amongst those who occupied seats in the sanctuary were : Very Rev. Dean McKenna, Very Rev. M. Carey, Very Rev. T. Lynch, Rev. J. H. O'Connell, Rev. Philip O'Doherty, Rev. W. Smith, Rev. John McCarthy, Rev. James Carroll, Rev. W. Ganly, Hon. Nicholas Fitzgerald, Hon. J. Gavan Duffy, Dr. P. Molony, Dr. Leo Kearey, M. Mornane, Sir Bryan O'Loghlen, John Anderson, ivijj.A., jtf'raiiK u-avan jjuiry. in nis oj)ening' speech the Archbishop referred to the object of these annual meetings, which was to receive an account of the moneys received and expended during the previous year, and to devise means towards further progress. Although great work had been done in the past, much re...

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THE IRISH ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 6 June 1896

THE IRISH ABROAD. Mr. Michael Davit, fc intends to reside altogether in London for tho future. Me T. M. Heuly produced abroad smile in the House of Commons on tho occasion of a discussion on tho Sligo street-preachers last week by pointedly asking ' what would be thought if ho walked round the lobby loudly reciting the Rosary.' Yet tho extreme illustration barely fits tho condition of affairs under which Sligo Catholics are suffering. Mr. John Dillon, M.P., who was to visit Glasgow on April 29 to presido at tho annual Armagh County Natives' Social Assombly, was oortain of a grand welcome. It wouia do nis nvm appearance smco jus election as chairman of the Irish Party, and so eager were Nationalists to congratulate him that it would bo difficult for tho spacious Grand National Hall to hold all desiring to attend. The Irish prisoner MoCullagh, who was sentenced to imprisonment for life for connection with tho plot which resulted in tho destruction of part of the Trade - ston Gas Works...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ILLUSTRIOUS HOUSE OF ESMONDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 6 June 1896

THE ILLUSTRIOUS HOUSE OF ESMONDE. (Enninoorthy Guardian, April 18.) Saturday of last; wook was a day of groat rejoicing at Ballinastragh, the seat of Sir Thomas H. Grattau Esmoudo, Bart., M.P., when Lady Esmoudo presented him with a bou and lioir. Nor was tho rejoicings con fined to BalliuaBtrngh. It is gratifying to record that on tho following Monday night tho wholo country «do from Goroy to Arlriow wuh ablaze with bonfiros in celebration of the happy event. The manifestations of joy were universal throughout the entire of North Wexford, where Sir Thomas and Lady Esmonde, like their predecessors of the illustrious house of Ballinas tragh, are held in the most affectionate regard, and deservedly so ; for Sir Thomas, who is proprietor of extensive property there, is, as a landlord, a model of indulgence and kindness, as well as being a thorough and sincere patriot. All without exception joined in congratulating the worthy and popular baronet upon the auspicious occasion of an heir b...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CONCERT AT TEMPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 6 June 1896

CONCERT AT TEMPE. - ifc ... - - . . A very successful concert, in aid of the parochial funds, was given in S.S. Peter and Paul's Church, Tempe, on Thursday last, by the members of the Erskineville Church Choir, assisted by a few friends. There was a large and appreciative audience, includ ing the Very Rev. Father Patrick, C.P., of Marrick ville, and the Rev. Father O'Callaghan, pastor of the district. After the overture, which was played by Miss Maggie Keating (who also acted as a very efficient accompanist to the singers), the company sang with spirit the glee 'Let the Hills Resound.' Miss Mary Keating contributed two items, viz., the songs ' Flight of Ages ' and ' Eileen AJannah,' in both of which her sweet sympathetic voice was heard to advantage. Miss Bryan sang 'Yea' and 'Scenes that are Brightest' with much success. Miss Butler was successful, though a little nervous, in tho song ' Believe M'e if all those Endearing Young Charms.' Miss Mclnernoy sang ' I D foamed a Dream' very...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MUNSTER ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 6 June 1896

MTJNSTER ITEMS. Information wanted of John Burke, who loft Bluff, County Limerick, Ireland, about the yoar 1861, and supposed to be in Australia. Information of him will be thankfully received by Mrs. M. MoMahou, 179 Greenwich- street, New York city. Daniel Lynch, of Coppeon, County Cork, mado an interesting discovery lately of ancient Irish gold orna ments near that village. Ho statos that while working in tho ruins of a rath, or fort, ho dug up a number of large rings joined chainlilco. Their poouliar fashion excited his curiosity, and on romoving tho oarth with which they wore encrusted, he saw that they wore mado of gold, and that, too, of tho vory purest kind, as it was quite easily bent. Lynch instituted a thorough search and was woll rewarded, for in a fow hours ho discovered several more gold rings, similar to tho first, a rough copper bar, weighing about 181b., and other articles. Ho iuformod Mr. Murphy, Goppoen, of his discovery. A few days aftor ho mado tho discovery, Lyn...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE IRISH RIFLES. Enrolment of Recruits. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 6 June 1896

THE IRISH RIFLES. ? * ? Enrolment of Recruits. Recruiting in connection with the Irish Rifles is proceeding most satisfactorily, and up to Tuesday last 114 men had been enrolled. Recruiting takes place at Chancery Square Reserve on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 7.30 p.m. A large number have notified their intention of joining, and, as the limit is 200, intending candidates have no time to spare. The field service uniform has been adopted. The facings will be emerald green, with the shamrock worked on the sleeves. The question of placing the national emblem on the shoulder straps is being considered. Great enthusiasm has been shown by the men, and everything points to the formation of a company of which Irishmen may well fool, proud. The ollicers are being drilled by Quarterinastor Sergeant Muckleton, and Quartermaster Troy is also in attendance. The ollicers of tho Irish Rifles speak in the highest terms of the kindness shown by tho ollicers and men. of the Scottish Rifles, av...

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CONNAUGHT ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 6 June 1896

CONNAUGHT ITEMS. The City of Galway Woollen Factory is working with tho greatest energy. There are 30 hands employed. Considering that tho capital subscribed was so small, and that tho work done waH so largo, tho omploymont it givosis much more considerable than could bo i'oubou- ably oxpootod under tho oiroumatanoos. The report of the County Surveyor of tho West Riding of the County Galway, read to the County Grand Jury, contained the following reference to the works of the Congested Districts Board: — The Con gested Districts Board are providing gates for the small dock at Cleggan at a cost of £300. Cleggan having been made a fishing centre, it was found necessary to erect gates to enclose the dock to provide a safe harbour for boats. The board have further expended £130 upon improving the Causeway and swivel bridge between Gorumna and Letfcermullen Islands. They are now improving the pier at Cashel at a cost of £150, and erecting a light at Killonan Harbour. They propose to pay a...

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LATE ENGLISH CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 6 June 1896

LATE ENGLISH CRICKET. ? + ? On Monday a match was commenced against Oxford University. The home team won the toss, and decided to bat. Five wickets fell for 31, but Leveson-Gower and Foster got together and added 115 runs before being separated. The former made 93, and only gave one chance, and was brilliantly caught by Johns. Foster scored 66. The innings closed for 237. The Australians started badly, and when stumps were drawn had lost two wickets for 21. Darling was disposed of for 5, and Iredale, who failed to score, was given out leg-before. Resuming on Tuesday, Graham made 38, when he was bowled bv Cunliffe. Giti'on and Gregory got together, and gave a splendid exhibition of batting. The former was bowled when he had scored 76, and Gregory, who played in faultless style, contributed 68 before being caught out. Trumble was not out 35, and the innings closed for 308. Oxford University in their second innings, when we went to press, were all out for 129, thus leaving the Australi...

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IRISH NEWS. LEINSTER ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 6 June 1896

IRISH NEWS. (From Contemporaries. ) LEINSTER ITEMS. Recently Patrick Carey, .Bally trent, County Woxford, found on the strand a sealed bottle which contained some writing. On taking out the paper he found it had been written by a young sailor on his first voyage to San Francisco. It was directed to Sarah 'White, Man chester, who — judging by the endearing' names with which the young sailor addressed her — must have been his sweetheart. After saying- a lot of nice things to the young lady, the writer went on to state that as he had no opportunity of writing to the object of his affections, he thought he would consign his epistle to the winds and waves, in the hope that it would be picked up by some person who would send it to Miss nn ? j - rm ? i ? j_j.i- 1 ? _i 1 ? ji _ . ? i._ 1 _j vvnite. xiitj Dotue naci Deen Tinrown overooara at Swansea. Carey decided to forward the letter to Miss White, but never expected an answer, but what was his surprise to receive soon afterwards a letter ...

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