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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 December 1895

NOTES AND COMMENTS. A Sydney infidel contemporary, in its issue of last week, hysterically inveighs against the public for not having generally greeted the Dacres with uproarious applause, for not having adorned them with jewels, and offered them gorgeous apartments in which to reside, and cast roses and lovliest flowers on their path, and so perhaps to induce them to deign to remain on eartii as long as tiie physical laws of Nature might permit. Infidelity is always so eagerly on the alert to make a desperate onslaught on common sense and reason that it should be surprising if it allowed the ghastly Dacre tragedy, for the sake even of the unhappy couple, to be blotted out as quickly as possible from the memory of men. Its powers of penetration, too, are superb ; its logic bewildering, and its principles are far beyond the grasp of ordinary mortals. Its Sydney organ reflects on it the highest credit. For contradiction, confusion, antagonism to every noble instinct of humanity and bo...

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

The Dresses. Miss M'Killop (St. Michael), was attirod in an under tunic of white linen flowing1 to feot, over tunic old gold satin richly embroidered in gold, in shape dalmatic, fastened at the side with jewelled clasp, silver breast plate, I.H.S. in centre, and sword ; hair flowing, braided with gold ribbon, sandals on feot. St. Gabriel (Miss Long), in an under tunic of ?white silk to the feet, ovor tunic of pink velvet, dalmatic, long, flowing sleeves of white, undor-sleeves of pink, soft white wings and sandals on feot, hair flowing, with silver fillet and diamond star, and a spray ol: lilies m her hand. St. .Raphael (Miss Slattory), long flowing robe of pale blue silk, sleeves full, banded with silver, robe draped with pale yellow gauze, sleovos of same,' wings of pale blue ostrich feathers and silver, sandals pink, hair flowing with handsome diamond tiara and diamond crescent, travellers' staff in hand. Angel of Archdiocese of Sydney, Miss Sinnott.' Under tunic of white satin, ...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Decorations. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 December 1895

The Decorations. Ihe College room was converted into a hall of ecclesiastical style. A frieze in white ground surmounted by a cornice was placed at the top of the walls, enriched with red decorations. The windows were enclosed with arches, and pillars in harmonizing crimson and gold, sur mounted by gilt caps and slender pyramids with stars. The pillars under the beams were were formed in red, and framed in gold. The beams were decorated with festoons of flowers containing m their centres the shields bearing in bright red colour the names of the different dioceses. At the end of each beam, near the walls, were placed circular shields in white ground, decorated in blue and gold stars with symbolic letters, the dates of the Plenary Councils in Australia and the coat of arms of the present Pope. A circular of the Pope occupied the most conspicuous part of the said beam, surmounting the platform, under a decorative canopy in red and gold, and closed laterally by a delicate shell- pink dr...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ST. VINCENT'S COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 December 1895

ST. VINCENT'S COLLEGE. Welcome to the Catholic Hierarchy. An entertainment of a very superior order of merit was given on last Monday in the fore noon by the pupils of St. Vincent's College as a complimentary greeting to the Catholic Hierarchy of Australia, and to the clergy who took part in the proceedings of the Plenary Synod. The principal feature of the perform ance was a composition in verse, in which the progress of religion in the various dioceses and the advance of education since the last Plenary Council, were forcibly and graphically portrayed, and in which the character istics of the different prelates were touched on, and their zeal, learning, and piety vividly and eloquently described. It was a beautiful conception, beautifully worked out;, and strikingly manifested the high tone of this great educational establishment. To all who had the pleasure of witnessing the scene, not vain seemed the boast that the pupils made in one of the opening stanzas of their poetic greeti...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 December 1895

N.S.W. FRESEJFQQp & ICE CO., LTIL *te (The COUNTRY MILK TRADE. The CREAMERY SYSTEM OP^ T~ PioteeS* of} The **-3?£J S™M S* BD1™1 BUTraB,MAKDf O (which has done / p.^J Qf -B^g- / MAKING) which has done so much more;. l *&*{&? *- I for the colony and Colonies). KEFRI GELATION. 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) [' ' 9J* f*^/^!f* ' ~\ for AFTERNOON TEA. r ( - - 23 ROYAL ARCADE - ) Note. — Arrangements may 'be made at either of these Depots for Afternoon Teas for Private Parties. Pi^THE FISH SHOP AT 135 KING STREET IS ONE OF THE BEST !N THE WORLD -W SEND ORDERS TO THE ' HEAD OFFICE,' 25 HARBOUR STREET— THEY WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. AGENTS EVERYWHERE, H, PATESON, MANAGER. .T.M.J. ST. MARTHA'S INDUSTRIAL HOME, LEICHHARDT, SYDNEY. Conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph. Under the Special Pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 December 1895

DECEMBER JDOLL DISPLAY. OUR DOLL SHOW. PERHAPS in the history of this historic, and I may say favourite House, we have never suc ceeded as we have THIS DECEMBER in this department, catered for specially in the interest of the youngsters. It is, however, contrary to our rule to be superfhiously boastful, but it is in your own interest that you should visit our Doll Show this Christmas. VARIETY AND PRICE go hand in hand, and it would be impossible to enumerate the vast proportion. SEEING IS ALONE BELIEVING-. Together, that is in the House, also, we have a panoramic display of ANCIENT POMPEII for the first time on view in Australia, and interest ing to those who have visited the ruins of Ancient Herculanamm and Pompeii, and instructive to those who have not. It is infra dig at such a moment to rofor to more commercial matters of display, but tho time — Holi- day time — is particularly opportune fof renewing ' OUR YOUNGSTERS' OUTFIT, PA,' and our stock of Youths' and Boys' Knickers, Shi...

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THE PRESIDENT'S VAGARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 December 1895

THE PRESIDENT'S VA.GABY. The sensation of the moment is decidedly the imperious mandate, addressed !by Presi dent Cleveland to the British' Government. By what motive the President' was actuated it is impossible' for us exactly to discern.. What, however, we may take; for granted is that no sentimental notion of1 protection to be accorded to an American people as such, lay at the bottom of his movement. There is a good deal of sentiment, indeed, con nected with the Monroe doctrine. As to its practicability or its possibility, that is quite another thing. President Cleveland, too, seems incon sistent. Venezuela he would shield from an alleged aggression ; Cuba he would surrender to its fate. The people of Cuba, neverthe less, are as much American as those of Vene zuela. The}' are in closer neighbourhood to the United States. Their country is situated within a six hours' passage of Key West. The distance, measured by time, from the mouth of the Mississippi and Charleston is two and a ...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 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 under : — One Year ? 12s. „ (in advance) ... ... 10s. Half Year ? 6s. „ (in advance) ... ... 5s. Single Copy ? ... ... 3d. 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; and1 they reserve to then: 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 unles...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 December 1895

CITY MTJ^ITAL FIRE INSURANCE j COMPANY, LIMITED. HEAD OFFICE ? 95 PITT STREET. Directors : , John See, Esq.., M.P., Chairman. The Hon. John T. Toohey, M.L.C. J. P. Gar van, 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,OOQ- ROBERT KERR,. Manager. TRANSACTS FIRE BUSINESS ONLY. -R. jp- :mohtojst, Shirt Maker, SUPERIOR CLASS OF HOSIERY, COLLARS, HATS, SCARFS, PYJAMAS. 195 PITT STEEET, SYDNEY (STB AND). BOOT S! B O O T S ! I IF NOT SATISFIED* TRY 93 and 215 0X.FOUD STEEET. AYTON'S ARTIST DEPOT, 491 GEORGE STREE/T. EVERY DESCRIPTION OF Winsor and Newton's Artists' Materials. ESTABLISHED 1857. / f %\ SYDNEY (Head Office)- / I f%%\ 157. KING STEEET EAST,, / \lkY%\ Between Castlereagh and, Eliaubofcli Sts. / |%b \ ^l \% I 799 George St. South, opp. Railway. Sim, / a \^m. ^% J \ ^^ Telephone 726. / Wl \ lk \ -^- A». Balmain N.ortli— / CTvV\ «-...

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STATION PRODUCE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 December 1895

STATION PRODUCE SALES. The Sydney AVool Selling Brokers' Associa tion (The Australian Mortgage and Agency Company, Limited, John Bridge and Co., Campbell, Niinmo, and Co., Dalgety and Co., Limited, the Pastoral Finance Association, Limited, Goldabrough, Mort, and Co., Limited, Harrison, Jones, and Devlin, Limited, Hill, Clark, and Co., M'Burney, Wallis, and Co., New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company, Limited, AVinchcombe, Carson, and Go , J. C. Young & Co.) report that soles were held on Tuesday as under : — Sheepskins, — A quiet, steady trade was done in all lines, but very superior lots were not in evidence, and so a somewhat slacker tone appeared to rule. Superior lines of both shorn and woolled skins were, however, eagerly sought after. Quotations : Fullwools, 4d. to 5d.; superior lines, to 5id.; fair, to 3fd.; medium, 3d. to 3£d.; short, l^d. to 2£d. per lb.; butchers' green skins, 2Sd. to 45d.; shorty 18d. to 26d. each ; pelts, l£d. to 2£d. per lb. Ba.uk. — La...

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SYDNEY WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 December 1895

SYDNEY WOOL SALES. The Sydney AVool-selling Brokers' Associa tion report that wool sales were held on Tuesday at the AVool Exchange, Macquarie place, when the quantity catalogued totalled 6,926 bales, and the sales amounted to 7,171 bales, as under : — Winchcombe, Carson, and Co. offered 3,773 bales, and sold 3,402 bales at auction, and 919 bales privately j Hill, Clark, and Co. offered 3,153 bales, and sold 2,54-0 bales at auction, and 220 bales privately. Catalogues mainly consisted of comparatively small lines of medium and good wools, the better class coming chiefly from the New England district. There was again a very large attendance of buyers, a good demand on American account contributing to the success of the sales. G-ood clearances were effected, prices generally ruling in favour of sellers. In the case of the best merino sorts, such as light free New England wools, of line quality, an advance in value as compared with rates ruling a week ago must be recorded. For medium s...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 December 1895

NOTES AND COMMENTS. ? ^ ? A rev. correspondent, in another place, pays a well- deserved tribute to the character and importance of the work done by the Rev. Father Bunbury in the position rilled by his Reverence as editor of this paper, and of that which had preceded it. To Father Bunbury, undoubtedly, is due the success of the initial stage, and what he has done in the past in this matter can no more be forgotten or .lost sight of in the future than can the xounuauons iaia oy an aDie arcnitect on dangerous and difficult ground for a building that has reached completion and stood the test of time. Our correspondent, however, speaks of Father Bunbury as having 'stepped down.' Our confidence, on the contrary, is that he has stepped up. It is certainly from a higher ground of vantage that, as a rule, a man can extend a helpful hand to another who stands in need of it. The present editor hopes to profit much by Father Bunbury's kind and able counsel and direction. Nor, indeed, has he an...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROME. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 December 1895

ROME. ^ ? Leo XIII. and St. Patrick's Roman Legion. His Holiness the Pope (says the Catholic Times) accorded a special private audience of half an hour's duration to the Very Eev. Prior Glynn, O.S.A., Superior of St. Patrick's, Rorne, on October 14th. The purpose of His Holiness in giving the audience was to ascertain the progress made since March 17th, 1894, the date of its establishment, bv St. Patrick's Koman Legion, which was founded on the feast of the Apostle of Ireland by Pope Leo XIII. himself, who commanded Prior Glynn to draw up the prospectus, afterwards sub mitted to the Irish Hierarchy by the Prior and fully approved of by them. Prior G-lynn only returned to Rome from Ireland towards the close of the month of September. On Sunday, September 22nd, and on various subsequent days, he offered the Holy Sacrifice at the tomb of the Apostles in St. Peter's and elsewhere for the organisers and volunteers, as he had done at Loreto, G-enazzano, and other famous sanctuaries lying ...

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NEW MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 December 1895

NEW MUSIC. Messrs. Nicholson & Co. have pub lished the Christmas number of the Aus tralian Musical Magazine. There will bo found within its pages some excellent songs, pathetic and otherwise, including ' Molly Eiley O,' published by special arrangement with Messrs. Francis and Day, and Hunter's ' Sweet Marie,' ' AVatching and Dreaming,' a rinnnifU' tennc anno-. ' I.Ciss rnfl. DnvUntr ' n.ml the ' Irish Christening at Tipperary,' described as a roaring comiu. in all 40 pages of music will be provided for a modest shilling. Our lady readers in particular will act wisely in paying an early visit to Messrs. W. T. AVaters and Co., King Street, and inspect their large stock, of novelties for the coming festive season. For milinery, gloves, dresses, and other necessary items oil female wear this establishment will take the lead, for their trade is devoted solely as ladies' outfitters. In the early part of January Messrs. Viators will extend their business by taking the estab lishme...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 December 1895

TRY S. WHIDDON'8, , 178 PITT STREET, FOR CHEAPEST BOOTS IN SYDNEY.

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A Friend of the Labourer. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 December 1895

A Friend of the Labourer. M. Leon Harmel, who, with his sons, con ducted the last French and most memorable of October artisan pilgrimages to Rome when the Pantheon incident took place, passed through the Eternal City on his return from Assist where he took part in the Congress held there by the Third Order of St. Francis. While in Rome he was again received in audience by the Holy Father. Many of our readers will remember that the title of Bon Pere was conferred upon M. Leon Harmel by his own nuiuciuuo vvui ivmoii. *tu v in uuo .uuin, xicuit Reims, and he is now so styled by all Catholic artisans in France. Himself the head of one of the most important industrial, establishments in France, M.Leon Harmel undertoi k the task of improving the social conditions of his own thousands of workmen, whom he always treats with the consideration and affection of a friend, not as a master ; while, in their own turn, his dependents love and respect their employer, and are prosperous and laboriou...

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CORRESPONDENCE. A WELL-DESERVED TRIBUTE. (TO THE EDITOR CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 December 1895

CORRESPONDENCE. ? ^» ? A WELL-DESERVED TEIBUTE. (to the editor catholic peess.) Dear Sir, — As I see by the latest issue of the Catholic Press that its first editor, the Rev. Father Bunbury, has stepped down from the editorial chair, I will ask you to kindly grant me space for these few lines in the next copy of your paper. gratitude and appreciation which I feel sure every friend of Catholic journalism in New South A\rales entertains for the efforts of Father Bunbury in the past. In its initial stages the Catholic Press, under another name, had very grave difficulties to overcome, and it is mainly if not altogether owing to the courage, energy, and patience of Father Bunbury that the Catholic Press of to-day is an accomplished fact. For a long time when the Catholic Newspaper Company, Limited, was a thing piously hoped for and a distinguished chairman and board of directors a consummation devoutly to be wished, our lato editor pegged away with his little paper, and forced an entran...

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BERTHA; OR, THE POPE AND THE EMPEROR AN HISTORICAL TALE. CHAPTER III.—Continued. THE SERFS OF ASCHAFFENBURG. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 December 1895

BERTHA] OR, THE POPE AND THE EMPEROR AN HISTORICAL TALE. BY WILLIAM BERNARD MACCABE. CHAPTER III.— Continued. THE SERFS 03? ASCHAFFEKBTJRG. This good old man now entered the serfs' hamlet, and as he passed along women and children knelt down to receive his blessing. He proceeded onward until he caine to a large tree in the middle of the high road, beneath the spreading branches of which the serf carpenter had constructed a species of rough, rustic arm-chair, in which Meginherr seated himself. It was a favourite seat with him, and when he had been dead and gone many a year, was still regarded by the simple serfs with great reverence — as a species of relic of one whom they believed to be a saint in heaven. In this rude chair the Abbot Meginherr seated himself, and there he remained silent for a few minutes, exhausted by the toil of his walk, before he addressed a word to the persons by whom he was accompanied : these were the prior of the monastery, two lay brothers, and a tall man w...

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GALLERY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 December 1895

GALLERY NOTES. _ ..._ -*? ? The President announced in the Council on Tuesday that he had received a reply from His Excellency the Governor in reply to the address from the Legislative Council. He also notified the receipt of messages from the Assembly in timating that they had agreed to the amend ments made by the Council in the Land Tax Bill, Income Tax Bill, and Customs Duties Bill, but with an intimation in each case that though such amendments had been made to give effect to the intention of the Legislative Assemblv, the Assembly desired that the agreement might not be drawn into a precedent so as to warrant any supposition that the Assembly waived any of its undoubted rights and privileges. Mr. Jacob moved that the messages referred to be not recorded upon the minutes of the proceed ings of the House. He considered that the right of the Council to make amendments had been questioned by the Assembly, and he re minded hon. members that the Council had over and over again asserte...

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THE PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 December 1895

THE PRODUCE MAEKE1S. During the week the produce markets have shown a fluctuation in values. To-day the business recorded has been of a limited charac ter. The pending remission of the duties has had the effect of contracting business. There is at present very little demand for chaff, and both local and imported have declined. .En quiries for maize have been frequent, otherwise .grains have been very weak. Bran and pollard are quiet, the former afc 12ld. and the latter at Is. Id. per bushel. In dairy produce values have undergone no change. The following are the quotations : — Flour.-— Boiler quoted at £10 10s. to £11 per ton. Wheat. — Prime new milling, 4s. 6d.; old, at 4s. 7d. to 4s. Sd. ; chick wheat, whole samples, Ab. 3d.; screenings, to 3s. 6d. per bushel. Bran. — Quoted at 12 Jd. per bushel. Pollard. — Sales at Is. Id. per bushel. Oats. — Prime feed, 2s. lid. per bushel. Barley. — Quoted at 2s. lOd. to 2s. lid. per bushel. Maize. — Prime, 3s. 8d. per bushel. Peas. — Blue, 5s....

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