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

For At Stationery fllODBRN ami Printing prices opposite HUNTER ST. IN GEORGE ST., SYDNEY COUNTRY MILK COMPANY, 137-155 PALMER STREET. MILK, BUTTER, CREAM, EGGS, POULTRY, PASTRY, Delivered Twice Daily in Oity and Sulmrbs. ' P. HARVEY, Manager.

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH ORGAN. Opening Recital. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 December 1895

ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH ORGAN. Opening Recital. The Veiiy Rev. Patheji Le Rennetel must feel highly pleased with the success of the opening organ recital at Sfc. Patrick's on last Monday evening. There was a large attend ance, notwithstanding the oppressive heat. Amongst the prelates who attended were Dr. O'Reilly, Archbishop of Adelaide; Dr. Byrne, Bishop of Bathurst j Dr. Torreggiani, Bishop of Armidale ; Dr. Gallagher, Bishop of G-oulburn ; Dr. Delaney, Bishop of Hobart ; Dr. Hutchin son, Bishop of North Queensland ; and Dr. Dunne, Bishop of Wilcannia. The prelude to the recital was an improvisation on St. Cecilia's Hymn (Heine de Ceil). After a few bars of introduction, during which M. Wiegand brought into operation the full strength of the instrument, the simple theme was given out on the vox celeste. Pollowing came a series of ingenious, yet beautiful, variations, the melody pervading all of them, until finally it was enunciated on the pedal organ, and embellished with splendid e...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PLENARY SYNOD. CLOSING PUBLIC SESSION. A GRAND AND IMPRESSIVE SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 December 1895

THE PLENARY SYNOD. ? + ? CLOSING PUBLIC SESSION. A GRAND AND IMPRESSIVE SCENE. The second Plenary Synod of Australia was, in a manner befitting the grandeur of the occasion, brought to a close on last Sunday in St. Mary's Cathedral. The procession was the same as on the two previous Sundays, and the Church was crowded to overflowing. In the sermon preached by the Archbishop of Melbourne a general outline was given of the nature of the work done by the bynod. The sanctity and inviolability of marriage, the supreme import ance of religious education, and questions of a similar nature on which the Church has to unceasingly combat the spirit of secularism were reiterated, and laws enacted for their security and preservation. In detail the decrees of the Synod were not published, as they require first to be transmitted to Rome to receive the sanction of the Holy See. Subject to the Pope's approval, however, it is under stood that the Synod has sanctioned the erection of some new episcopa...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PASCHAL CONTROVERSY AND THE PART TAKEN IN IT BY THE EARLY IRISH CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 December 1895

THE PASCHAL CONTROVERSY AND THE PART TAKEN IN IT BY THE EARLY IRISH CHURCH. A shoet history of the Paschal Controversy, and the part taken in it by the early Irish Church; may interest the readers of The Catholic Peess. In considering this controversy two impor tant points must be borne in mind. In the first pi ace, the day of the week on which the Feast of the Resurrection should fall ; and, secondly, the cycle to be adopted fixing the Sunday for the celebration of the feast. The first point in dispute regarded the Church in Asia Minor, which was chiefly made up of converts from Judaism. It was the cycle to be used that brought the early Irish Church into the controversial arena. The Jews were wont to celebrate their Pasch on the fourteenth of their first month, called by them ' Abib,' and afterwards ' Nisan.' They calculated their time by lunar months, and not by calendar. The month Nisan corresponded with the end of March, and the beginning of April with us. It is quite probable ...

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

NSW, FRESH FOOD & TCE CO.. LTD., m /'The COUNTRY MILK TRADE. The CREAMERY SYSTEM OP^ -m Pio^W of ™* FACTORY SYSTEM OF BUTTER- BUTTER-MAKING (which has done p.f ^ H^v^ / MAKING) which has done so much more). I *&wa* * I for the colony and Colonies). REFRIGERATION. ICE-MAKING. 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) [ ; ; ^ bot^/Tbcade - 1 for AFTERN00N ™- Note. — ArrangemPTits may be made at either oil these Denote for Afternoon Teas for Private Parties. P^THE FISH SHOP AT 135 KING STREET IS ONE OF THE BEST IN THE WORLD.-W SEND ORDERS TO THE ' HEAD OFFICE/' 25 HARBOUR STREET— THEY WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. AGENTS EVERYWHERE, H. PATESON, MANAGER. J.M.J. OT. MARTHA'S INDUSTRIAL HOME, O LEICHHARDT, SYDNEY. Conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph. Under the Special Patronage of His Eminence the Cardinal- Archbisho...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 December 1895

Professor Stynes, the well-known pianist, informs us that he is open to lake select pupils for the piano. After his many years at the School of Arts, Gaiety, and Royal, Mr. Stynes will have little difficulty in procuring pupils. We wish him every success in his new venturo, and promise him a brilliant future in his new role.

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

Private Box, 89 KING STREET, 1(53. No. 2 0 wig io. ? :o: ? Henry De Costa & Co.. CIGAR, WINE & SPIRIT BROKERS. THE OXFORD DRAPERY WAREHOUSE, 46, 48, 50 OXFORD STREET, SYDNEY. CO N N E R Y~&~CO M P A N Y , Importers, Family Drapers, Clothiers, OOTFITTERS, TAILORS, HATTERS AND MERCERS, Etc., Etc. DRESSMAKING CONDUCTED IN ALL ITS BRANCHES And at MODERATE PRICES. DO NOT FOHG-ET TO 0A.LL BEEOItE PUEO EASING ELSEWHERE. All Orders from the Country receive our prompt attention..

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"THE CATHOLIC PRESS." We are Gladly Welcomed. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 December 1895

'THE CATHOLIC PRESS.' We are Gladly Welcomed. We are in receipt (says an excellent little contemporary, the Monitor) of the first issue of this new Catholic weekly, published in Sydney by a newspaper company, of which the Right Rev. Monsignor O'Brien is chairman. He is associated on the board of directors with Dean Slattery, the Revs. J. P. Moynagh and F. Timoney, and Messrs. F. B. Freehill, J. Fitzpatrick, and A. Barlow. These names sufficientlv indicate that the paper is published under Catholic auspices, and we trust, as the editor announces, that it ' will be a power in shaping the destinies of Australia according to the highest ideals of Catholicity.' Wehail with joy the appearance of this latest addition to Catholic literature in these colonies ( as another help to ' counteract the appalling effects of the torrents of infidel filth that deluge the homes of our people, that desecrate the sacred sanctuary of family life, that poison the fountain springs of society.' The Catholic...

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

Farewell Banquet. Mr. John F. Perrin, editor of the New Zealand Tablet,v?ii8 banquetted at the Bishop's house on Thursday evening, prior to his depar ture for (Sydney to edit The Cathoi/eg Press. Fifteen priests of the diocese were present, and telegrams conveying kind messages were received from others unavoidably absent. The Very Eev. Father Mackay (Oamaru), in pro posing the health of the guest, expressed the sorrow of the priests at the departure from amongst them of one whom they all highly esteemed. The Very Rev. Father O'Leary (Lawrence) spoke warmly of the splendid services to Catholicity and the Irish National cause of Mr. Perrin during the last 20 years. Their late Bishop (Dr. Moran) had said to the priests in the seventies, ' We have a treasure in M.v. Perrin.' They had all since realised the keenness of the Bishop's perception and the truth of his assertion. Mr. Perrin would take with him the best wishes of both priests and people. The Tery Rev. Father Lynch alluded to t...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE NEW EDITOR OF THE "CATHOLIC PRESS." He Leaves New Zealand. Regretted by Priests and People. Presentation of a Purse of Sovereigns. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 December 1895

THE NEW EDITOR OF THE 'CATHOLIC PRESS.' He Leaves New Zealand. Regretted by Priests and People. Presentation of a Purse of Sovereigns. Mb. J. F. Perbif, who has, after twenty years of most successful journalistic labour, severed his connection with the Neio Zealand Tablet, to fill the position of editor of this journal, received, prior to his departure, splendid testi mony of the esteem and affection with which he is regarded by all classes in New Zealand . His departure is regarded as a severe loss to religion and Catholic journalism in that colony, and he brings with him to his new held or work the prayers and best wishes of troops of friends. The following correspondence will show how deeply he is regretted by the Catholic com munity of New Zealand : — ' N.Z. Tablet Office, November 5, 1895. 'Dear Father Lynch, — A word as to my resignation of my position on the Tablet is specially due to you, not only in your own person as my particular friend, but as repre senting, under his pe...

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

ASK YOUR GROCER FOR HAKDMAFS MILK ARROWROOT BISCUITS !

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

AMUSEMENTS. ? ^ ? At the Sydney Music Hall Mr. Lawler con tinues to entertain his patrons with his usua chaste and sparkling programme. Mr. Lawler is to be commended not only for his good taste in catering in a refined and mirthful style to the public, but for his foresight in building a hall which is perfectly cool on the hottest nights. For the latter reason alone Mr. Lawler's venture must prove a success, for people wishing to enjoy themselves without becoming too hot must flock to the Music Hall during the summer months. St. Bedes, Pyrmont. — This little church, one of the oldest in the city, has been under going a series of long-delayed and very necessary repairs during the last two weeks. The work of repairing and decorating the sanctuary has been carried out by Mr. John Shaw, a worthy member of the congregation, for whom it has evidently been a labour of love. On Sunday next the little church will be re-opened. The Very Eev. Dean S lattery, of Newtown, will preach at the 10 o...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ROMAN QUESTION MISSTATED. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 December 1895

THE ROMAN QUESTION MISSTATED. (TO THE EDITOR OP THE CATHOLIC PBESS.) Sir, — In an introductory paragraph to the Pope's letter to Cardinal llompolla in your last ' issue, you sensibly state that the insults to which Freemasonry subjects the August Head .'of the Church are possible only on account of . the inactivity and ignorance of millions of [ Catholics on the Eoman Question. To remove that ignorance, and not to confirm it, out to be the aim of: a Catholic news-nan at. and T wns surprised to find in the last number of your .contemporary, the Sydney Freeman's Journal, 1 a most confused and'misleading article on this , ; important subject. Seldom, indeed, does it think it expedient to devote its leading columns to Catholic matters, and if I may conclude from /'its article last week on ' The Temporal Power,' . I must say the more seldom the better both .. tor itself and for Catholicity in this country. , fit opens by lauding the London Times for its ',. ^impartiality and fairmindedne...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. THE TEMPERANCE QUESTION. (TO THE EDITOR CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 December 1895

CORRESPONDENCE. THE TEMPERANCE QUESTION. (TO THE EDITOll CATHOLIC PRESS,) V . _ ./ill Sir,— Having read your report ot .Arch bishop Ryan's discourse on the ' Evils of Drink,' and your paragraph in second last issue, under the heading of ' Notes and Comments,' in relation to the question, I am induced to make a few remarks thereon and generally. The Archbishop says you cannot legislate man into morality, which is another way of saying you cannot 'make a man sober bjr Act of Par liament, from which it is to be inferred that legislative interference is ineffectual. This I deny, because if legislation cannot make a man sober it can go a long way towards making him a drunkard. Suppose the present licensing law : of the colony were repealed, and any and every i person free to start a ' grog ' shop, would any sane man say there would be no more drink used, nor any more drunkenness ? We have 1 it on better authority than that of any tem perance reformer, that ''he that loves the : danger sh...

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

SOCIAL. On Monday afternoon Lady Hampden, the Hons. Misses Brand, the Marquis of Graham, and Mr. Broadbent went for a cruise round the harbour in the Q-overnment launch. * On Tuesday afternoon His Excellency the Governor and Lady Hampden visited liiver view for the break-up. * The Governor has consented to become patron of the lloyal Agricultural Society and of the Sydney Hospital. Madame Charbonnet-Kellermann and her little son, Maurice, are passengerrs by the Armand Behic, and last week a large number of pupils and friends assembled to wish the travellers hon voyage. Amongst those present were — the Mayor and Mayoress of Sydney and Miss Lees Sir Patrick and Miss Jennings, M. Baird d'Aunet, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Slnttery, Dr. and Mine. llougier, Mr. and Mrs. Currie Elles, Mrs. Plunkett, Miss Nellie Hill, Miss Clara Manning, and a host of friends in the musical profession. During the afternoon Sir Patrick Jennings, in a few appropriate words, on behalf of the pupils, presented Madame C...

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

THIS SPACE HAS BEEN RESERVED BY MR. CHARLES I. HARRIS, DENTIST, ST. JAMES' CHAMBERS, KING STREET; Right Opposite the Queen's Statue, WHO WILL MAKE AN ANNOUNCEMENT IN OUR NEXT ISSUE.

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

No. 34. NOW READY, No. 34. P M 11 I S T M A S N U M B E 11 \J OF THE AUSTRALIAN MUSICAL MAGAZINE, 40 PAGES SELECTED MUSIC, THE BIGGEST SHILLING'S WORTH oi-- MUSIC Ever issued to the Public. 1. ? ' THE GOOD EHINE WINE/' The Standard Baritone Song. 2. 'ON THE PLAINS OF THE WEST/' A Splendid Descriptive Song. 3. ' SWEET MARIE,' The Ever Popular. 4-. ' IRISH CHRISTENING AT TIPPERARY,' A Roaring Irish Comic. 5. 'MY SHIP COMES HOME/' A Very Pretty Ballad. 6. ' MOLLY RILEY O/' The Great Favorite, as sung by Miss Maggie Moore. By Special Arrangement with Messrs. Francis, .Day, and Hunter. This Song alone is worth the money. 7. 'WATCHING AND DREAMING,' The Great Tenor Song. 8. ' THE FARMER AND HIS PIGEONS,' A Charming Humorous Ballad, as sung by Miss Florence, of the Star Concert Co. 9. 'IVY-CLAD RUINS/' A Very Pretty Little Ballad. 10. 'ECHO SONG,' A really good little Song, sure to become popular. 11. 'LOST,' A Pathetic Ballad. 12. ' WHEN TIME HATH BEREFT THEE,' The Favourite Bass Song. 13...

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

CATHOLIC CO-OPERATION. [By Austin King.] The following admirable paper was read by Mr. Austin King at the late Bristol Confer ence. It is dealing with such a useful and practical matter that we give it to our readers in full. More earnest Catholic Co-operation is as desirable in Australia as it is in England, and laity and clergy must labor hand in hand for the common good : — ' We are here not as members of a mutual admiration society, to applaud each other's work and to utter soft p latitudes ; we are here for business. You have come from different parts of England, at no slight expenditure oi! time and money, to discuss with one another Catholic questions, and to discuss them earnestly and practically ; and 1 am not afraid, therefore, of offending you by plain speakiug. There is no use crying ' Peace, peace,' where is no peace, and it is no use of us Catholics to pretend that our organisation is good, when, as a rule, it is distinctly bad. It is a fact — and a very sad one — that...

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

SPECIAL NOTICE. ENLARGEMENT OF 'The Catholic Press.' TPHE attention of readers. and advertisers is respectfully directed to the fact that the ' CATHOLIC PRESS ' has been enlarged by FOUR EXTRA PAGES. In a few weeks, owing to its EXTRAORDINARY success, the 'CATHOLIC PRESS' will be issued with THE CATHOLIC PRESS. The best Advertising medium in theColonies. ENORMOUS CIRCULATION. SO PACfli W0M S«* THE CATHOLIC NEWS OF THE WORLD. THE CATHOLIC PRESS CIRCULATES EVERYWHERE, AMONGST ALL CLASSES. A REAL LIVE JOURNAL. BUSINESS PEOPLE Desire to Advertise their GOODS EVERYWHERE! To place them within reach of all, THE CATHOLIC PRESS FULFILS THESE CONDITIONS. Full information at the General Offices, :; LINCOLN'S INN CHAMBERS, (, 38 ELIZABETH STKEET, ?'is; | BTDNET. BEST AUSTRALIAN WINES. ALTAR WINES_A_ SPECIALTY. 'WARATAH_BRAND.' PEEL, NEWMAN AND COMPANY TELEPHONE 1977. 29 O'CONNELL STEBET, SYDNEY.

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

A.JRNOTT HOUSE, WYNYARD SQUARE. PRIVATE BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT. MOST ELEGANT HOUSE. Every Modern Convenience. Situation Unsurpassed. Billiard Room for use of Boarders Free. Single Rooms, 25s. Charges Greatly Reduced. J. & E. FARRELL, Fuel Merchants, FORBES ST., W00LL00M00L00 BAY. MOUNT S T. M A R G A K, E T, R Y D E . 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, Avho have undergone special training for this work in British and Continental Institutions. For further particulars apply to THE REV. MOTHER SUPERIOR. OT. MARGARET'S MATERNITY HOME, 561 ELIZABETH STREET, SYDNEY. Women received for Accouchment. No restriction to Class or Creed. A Staff of Competent Nurses kept. CONDUCTED BY MRS. ABBOTT. TrXjYN'CI-I & CO, Wholesale Wine and Spiiit Merchants, Corner 01? Harrington and Grosvenor Sts., CHURCH HILL, SYDNEY. ONLY Best ...

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