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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 December 1895

HOWAT& McPHAIL, CLERICAL OUTFITTERS, Robe & Gown Makers, 10 PAEIC STREET, SYDNEY (upstairs).

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ST. IGNATIUS' COLLEGE, RIVERVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 December 1895

ST. IGNATIUS' COLLEGE, RIVERVIEW. . ? + ? The annual Speech Day of St. Ignatius' Col lege, liivervievv, took place yesterday and was largely attended. Included in a very brilliant assemblage of all branches of the learned profession and commercial world, besides his Excellency, Lady Hampden and daughter, and members of the staff, were His Eminence the Cardinal, Archbishop Carr, Dr. Gallagher, Dr. Dunne, Dr. Corbett, Dr. Carrol, V.G., Dr. O'TTnm.n llnv J V.vn.n S J H r-TWv.~M S.J., J. Murphy, S.J., T. Gartlan, S.J., C. Nully, S.J., T. Magrath, S.J., J. Darcy, F. Mahony. Messrs. G. II. Eeid, the Premier, Hughes, O'Connor, Mulroney and Mesdames Slattery, M'DonaldjM'Sharry, and many others. The proceedings went off with the verve and the brilliance that always mark anything con nected with the Jesuits. The Vioe-regal party and His Eminence the Cardinal and Arch bishop Carr arrived a little after three o'clock, and were escorted to the ' Microcoosm ' (the Students' Hall, where the entert...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
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CATHOLIC. QUARANT ORE AT ST. BENEDICTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 December 1895

CATHOLIC QUAEANT OEE AT ST. BENEDICT'S. Of Friday morning His Lordship Dr. Higgins initiated the Forty Hours' Adoration by pontificating at 10 o'clock High Mass. On Friday evening the Very Eev. Father Mclnerney preached. The devotions will terminate on Sunday, when Solemn High Mass will be celebrated. A very largo and efficient choir will render the various Masses during the three days. The Most Eev. Dr. Oarr at St. Benedict's.-— The distinguished prelate preached an eloquent sermon at St. Benedict's Church on Sunday evening. The vast congregation listened ta His Grace with every mark of reverence and attention.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 December 1895

N'. COLLINS, SOLICITOR, STEPHEN COURT, 81 ELIZABETH STREET (4 DOORS FROM KING STREET), ? SYDNEY, ? ? 1 U T FLOWERS MXSS BM1IHGEAI (Late of Pearce Bros.) FLORIST, 129 — OXFORD STREET - 129 Wedding Orders, Ball Bouquets, Sprays, Wreaths, and Crosses, First-class Style. Moderate Prices, TELEPHONE 1834,

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ST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE. HUNTER'S HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 December 1895

ST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE. HUNTER'S HILL. The break-up at St. Joseph's College on Wed nesday last was one of the most successful of the manv similar functions held during thr3 week. There was a very large attendance, and the priests from the various dioceses were well represented. His Eminence the Cardinal dis tributed the prizes, and there were also present: — Messrs. E. 'W'. O'Sullivan, H. Copeland, Ms. P., Right Eevs. Dv. Dunne (Bishop of Wilcannia) and Dr. Gallagher (Coadjutor-Bishop of Goulburn), the Very Eevs. Dr. Bourke (Vicar- General of Perth. W.A.) and Dr. D. O'Haran, the Eevs. J. O'Brien, Plunkett, O'Farrell, J. Moynagh, Brady and J. Brennan, S.J., Mr. F. B. Freehil], M. Biard d'Aunet (Consul- General for France), and Sir 'W. P. Manning. Prior to the distri bution of prizes His Eminence the Cardinal delivered an interesting address. He con gratulated the college most heartily upon its great success, and spoke in flattering terms of the Marist Brothers, who had made the college...

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BERTHA; OR, THE POPE AND THE EMPEROR AN HISTORICAL TALE. BY WILLIAM BERNARD MACCABE. CHAPTER II.—Continued. THE ORATORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 December 1895

BERTHA; OR, THE POPE AND THE EMPEROR AN HISTORICAL TALE. BY WILLIAM BERNARD MACCABE. CHAPTER IL— Continued. THE ORATORY. ' G-ood night, dearest mother,' said Beatrice, clasping her mother in her arms, and kissing her fervently on both cheeks. ' Good night, father,' said Beatrice, kissing his hand, and without venturing, or perhaps wishing to look in his face, before she left the room. The father marked the distinction in his child's manner to himself and to her mother, and again a slight shiver passed through his frame. He walked up and down the room for a few minutes, and then, as if perfect calmness had been restored to him, he said : ' Of what, Bianca, were you and our child talking when I entered the room ?' ' Of you, my husband, of myself, of herself. But may I speak to you on a subject that you have previously forbidden me ? or shall our faithful Agatha, on whom no such prohibition is laid, be your informant ?' ' Speak what you wish, Bianca. If it be good news, it will be more...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Late Very Rev. Canon O'Neill. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 December 1895

The Late Very Rev. Canon O'Neill. The Yery Eev. Canon O'Neill, of. St. John's, Ann-street, Eockdale, died at his native place in Ireland, on the 19th of October. He was a true Irish Priest, and the Bishop of Salford, who preached his panegyric at the Requiem Mass at St. John's, paid generous tribute. to his splendid life and many great virtues. His Lordship said : — 'The death so sudden and un expected of the dear friend and faithful guide of so many of them, the Very Eev. Canon O'Neill, has been, the loss of a bright example to the laity, to the clergy, to the Bishop of the diocese, and a fro found grief to them all. In these days of self-seeking and personal ambition and independence, in these days whon there were so many who thought themselves fit to rule and find there were so few who were ready to obey, in the^e days when there were so many critics, and so few who thought them selves deserving correction, it was as consoling as it wad refreshing to meet with a character, so tra...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 December 1895

TRY S. WHIDDON'S, 178 PITT STREET, FOR CHEAPEST BOOTS IN SYDNEY.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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John Dillon's Marriage. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 December 1895

John Dillon's Marriage. The Lady Correspondent of the Freeman, writing from London, says : — Behold the writer of the Ladies' Letter on the horns of a dilemma. It is impossible to ignore an event so interesting and so happy as the engagement of Mr. John Dillon and Miss Mathew. It is indelicate to write of the private affairs of anyone, and, above all, of a refined young lady like Miss Mathew, in the newspaper. And yet we do so write, without disrespect, of ladies who, whether as princesses, or poets, or in any other way, become persons of public interest. So, as Miss Mathew is a person of far more interest in Ireland than, say, the Duchess of York or Princess Maude of Wales, our gossip column must say a word about the lady who is now the most interesting woman in Ireland. Everyone knows that Miss Mathew is the eldest daughter of Mr. Justice Mathew, a member of the family of Mathew, of Thomas town, Kilkenny, and a great-grandniece of leather Mathew ; that her mother is also of an Iri...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENDENCY OF THE TIMES. The Alarming Drift Towards Secularisation. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 December 1895

TENDENCY OF THE TIMES, . ? + ? The Alarming Drift Towards Secularisation. The excellent Catholic paper, the Sacred Heart Review, has published recently an article deal ing with the secularising agencies at work in modern society — the godless schools, corrupt literature, false philosophy and infidel papers. The views of the writer are so much in accord with our own that we gladly reproduce the article. It reads as follows : — ' Nothing is more deplorable and alarming at the present time than the general tendency to secularisation, even among those who profess and call themselves Christians — we fear we must add, among those who profess to be Catholics. Of course, the greatest danger is from our secular, godless, public schools, which are training up a generation of mere secu larists — that is, without having their moral nature developed by the inculcation of reli gious principles. ' But this is not the only source of danger. These schools may be said lo lay the founda tion, to give ...

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

mO BUILDERS, PAINTERS AND OTHERS. V. J. BENNETT & CO., 108 George Street (West), Is the Cheapest House in Sydney for WHITE LEAD, OIL, WINDOW GLASS, &c, &c. All goods delivered free. Builders* Sashes sent for and delivered. OHAS. BILSBORROW, L.D.S., R.C.S., lit., Surgical and Mechanical Dentist (Late locum tenens to Dr. Burne), Has COMMENCED PRACTICE in conjunction with Mr. LEO. C. HORTON, AT 139 ELIZABETH STREET, HYDE PARK, SYDNEY. Telephone No. 1850. HOURS : Week Days, 9'30 a.m. to 5*30 p.m. Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The establishment of Louis Grille & Co., Aus tralian General Catholic Depot, 75 Liverpool street, has been largely patronised by ecclesias tical visitors during the last three weeks, many of whom, including most of the prelates, have taken the opportunity to select various articles of Church Furniture, Church Plate, Yestments and Statues, to furnish their various churches. 'We have not space at our disposal to describe the many styles ...

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

ORIENT CLOTHING GIVES UNIVERSAL SATISFACTION, AND IS UNEQUALLED FOR FIT, STYLE, AND WEAR. All Garments are Cut from the Best Models, and the Materials Thoroughly Shrunk. The ORIENT CLOTHING is in All Textures suitable for BUSINESS RIDING 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 OLBR IOAL CLOTHING IS AOKNOWLEDG-ED THE BEST KEADY-MA.DE CLOTHING PROCURABLE. The Materials are selected with careful regard to the requirements of the climate for City and Country Wear. Samples and Measurement Form Post Free on Request. DAVID JONESTND COMPANY. GKEORG-E AND BARRACK STREETS, SYDNEY. ST MAEY^S COLLEGE, High-Cla.e® Boarding School for Young Ladies, ROSEBANK, FIVE DOCK, SYDNEY. Undor the Patronage of Hia Bmlnonoo tho Oardinal-Aroh'blahop and Eight Rov. J. Higgina, D.D., Auxiliary Biahop of Sydnoy. Co...

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ENTERTAINMENT BY STUDENTS OF HOLY CROSS COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 December 1895

ENTERTAINMENT BY STU DENTS OF HOLY CROSS COLLEGE. ? ^ ? A very large number of people assembled at the lloyal Standard Theatre, on last Monday evening, for the purpose of witnessing a dramatic entertainment and concert given by the students of Holy Cross College, Eyde. Dr. Higgins presided. The first part of the programme consisted of a three-act dramatic entertainment, entitled, u The Sphinx.' The various characters were well 'Ustained by the students, and their acting won the hearty applause or the audience. During the inter vals between the acts, musical selections were rendered by Messrs. Heap, Aitken and Des jardins. The entertainment was under the direction of Mr. E. W. Fitzgerald, and a num ber of accompaniments incidental to the play were played by Master W, Powers. At the conclusion of the first part of the programme, Dr. Higgins congratulated the students upon their success, which fact, he said, reflected the highest credit upon the class of tuition uu parfcecl bv tlie Pat...

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MONTE SANT ANGELO, NORTH SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 December 1895

MONTE SANT ANGELO, NORTH SYDNEY. The pupils of Monte Sant Angelo, North Sydney, provided an excellent entertainment on Monday afternoon. The beautifully situated convent was thronged with guests by three o'clock. His Lordship, Dr. Higgins, Auxiliary Bishop of Sydney, presided, and there were also present Archbishop Uarr (ot Melbourne), Dr. Byrne (Bishop of Bathurst), Dr. Cani (Bishop of Eockhampton), besides a number of priests, including Dr. D. O'Harau, Fathers Brennan, Sturzo, McEnroe, Dean O'Brien, the 'Very Eev. A. Bourke (Vicar- General of Perth), Dean O'Connor (of Armidale), Fathers Griiille rain, S.M., P. T. Corcoran (Morpeth), Walsh (Townsville), Aubrey, S.M. (Superior of the Marists), Kenny, S.J. (Superior of the Jesuits), McNamara, and J. Collins. The programme was opened with an excel lent chorus by the pupils, and a pianoforte duet, 'Moonlight on the Hudson,' and ' Witches' Flight' followed, executed in capi tal style by the Misses Walters, Roberts, Horan, O'Sullivan, He...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Presentation to the Bishop of Down and Connor. October 22nd. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 December 1895

Presentation to the Bishop of Down and Connor. October 22nd. On Tuesday the past students of St. Malachy's College who studied in the institu tion whilst Most llev. Dr. Henry was Pro fessor or President, met in the College and presented his Lordship with an address and testimonial. A Union of ex-students of St. Malachy's and their friends was inaugurated on the occasion, and the ex-sfcudents making the presentation were entertained to dinner by his Lordship in the evening.

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

IRELAND. On October the 16th the Irish Bishops met at Maynooth College, and unanimously adopted the following statement: — 'We are painfully compelled by a sense of dnty to our flocks to warn them against certain newspaper writings and other utterances in which the clergy and the Bishops of this country are treated with a total disregard to the reverence due to their sacred office and character, and in a tone that is equally at variance with the traditional piety oi the Irish people. I-or the most part those writings and speeches are connected with poli tical discussions. With these as such* we do not propose to deal, for we have no desire to interfere with the legitimate freedom of thought and action of those writers and speakers as long as they do not trench on God's law, and in this particular instance on the duties which it pre scribes towards the ministers of religion. ; But we cannot tolerate under the pretext of poli tical discussions, or any other pretext, the use of languag...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
An Address to the Cardinal. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 December 1895

An Address to the Cardinal. At the conclusion of the sermon, Archbishop Carr read the following aderess to the Car dinal : — May it please your Eminence, — Before we separate there is one obligation which, as senior Archbishop, I have been asked to discharge in the name of the fathers who have assisted at our Plenary Synod. It is the obligation of thanking your Eminence for the dignity, wisdom, wide knowledge, courtesy and humility with which you have performed every part of the arduous duties of the high office of president and apostolic delegate committed to you by our Holy Father in connection with the second Plenary Synod of Australia and Tasmania. Our deliberations were long and earnest and always important. Indeed, it would be difficult to crowd more work into the two weeks during which our sessions continued. Over all you presided with, untiring energy, with ceaseless solicitude, and with unfailing kindness and con sideration. You have allowed the fullest liberty to even the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 December 1895

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 December 1895

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 December 1895

PLENARY COUNCIL PHOTO. GROUPS. QPLENDI'D COPIES of above, taken last week at O St. Patrick's College, Manly, and St. Mary's. Cathedral, now ready ; size, 10 x. ( 2. Price, mounted for framing, 3s. each ; postage, Od. extra. JOHN ROARTY k SON, 115 King Sthkrt. BEAUTIFUL i?L0WERS FOR WR ATHS, CROSSES and all FLORAL EMBLEMS SB.A.RJL,'S ABB THE LEADING FLORISTS. 109 KING STREET, SYDNEY. . T EL li I' I IONIC 111.7. NOTICE TO AGENTS. The Catholic Press Will for the future be Published on THUE8DAY Instead of FRIDAY.

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