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MIRACLES AT LOURDES. AMERICAN TESTIMONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 December 1895

MIRACLES AT LOURDES. ? a ? AMERICAN TESTIMONY. The famous American orator and railway president, Mr. Chauncey Depew, who had just returned to New York after his annual Euro pean tour, has given to a New York paper the following remarkable account of his visit to Lourdes : — ' At night the scenes are wonderful. Thou sands bearing torches and singing hymns are marching over the winding roads. Other thousands are on their knees in the space in ploring the virgin for help. Hundreds upon hundreds of candles flicker and flare in the grotto, and send a weird light upon the white robed statue of the Virgin, which stands just above. ' In the afternoon a vast procession forms at the grotto and marches along the river, turning into the plaza as it passes the point where the road rises from the plain upon the arches to the church. On one side of the plaza were placed in a row some hundreds of little wag gons, each holding an incurable sufferer. The sight of these helpless, and, except by miracl...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
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COMMERCIAL. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 December 1895

COMMERCIAL. Wednesday.. The import market has been dull during the week. The demands are mainly in anticipation of requirements for the beginning of the New Year. In teas business has been stagnant, but Messrs. Eraser and Co. sold a fair quantity of Indian, China, and Ceylon teas. Dried fruits are in demand, though a falling off: is visible. Kerosene has fair enauirv. The breadstuffs' J 4/ .market is quiet, and shows no great prospects t of improvement during the current month. Yesterday, duty was paid on about 2,400 Ybushels of imported wheat. Messrs. Harris :and Ackman report the following sales : — Malaga muscatels, 8d. per lb. ; packages packet teas, 7cl. per lb. ; boxes eleme raisins, 3£d. and 3d. per lb. ; cases starch, 15s. per cwt. j ditto English hams, 5d. ; Negro starch, 15s. per cwt.; boxes tobacco, Is. lid. per lb. ; cases wax vestas, Is. 6d. gross ; boxes London mixtures, M. lb.; 35 cases ' Westphalian ' gin (in bond), 6s. case ; cases whisky, 34s. per case duty paid ; ...

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

s^gp- 'GLADSTONE TOBACCO.' LAEGKE PLUG- & MATCHES, Gd. MlTQ^liKOlJrS SRuflLEaEo 'WEEK'S SUPPLY, *lb PLUG-, Od. Agents - MCCARTHY & CO., Haymarket.

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Convent of Mercy, Parramatta. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 December 1895

Convent of Mercy, Parramatta. An exhibition of work and a musical enter tainment came off with great eclat on Satur day afternoon at the school of the Sisters of Mercy, Parramatta. On Monday the prizes were distributed to their fortunate winners by His Eminenee the Cardinal- Archbishop. Passes at the Senior University examinations are as follows : — St. Joseph's College, Hunter's 1 U_J ' Hill (Marist Brothers), 10; Sydney Grammar School, 8 ; Brisbane Grammar School, 8 ; St. Ignatius' College, S. J., 4 j St. Stanislaus Col lege, Bathurst, 2 ; St. Aloysius' College, S. J , 2 : St. Mary's High School (Marist Brothers), 1 ; Christian Brothers, Brisbane, 3. A silver medal for applied mechanics was won by a pupil of St. Joseph's College. The distribution of prizes at St. Mary'b Cathedral High School took place on Thursday afternoon. His Eminence the Cardinal pre sided, and distributed the awards to the sue cessful pupils. The school re-assembles oi. January 13.

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

IRELAND. ? + ? (From Contemporaries.) An expedition, consisting of 250 picked men, with 2,500 rifles and a large quantity of ammu nition, has succeeded in leaving a United States port, bound for Cuba, to assist the Cuban insurgents. Among the officers is Captain Gabriel O'Farrell, who has already seen service in the French A riny. The blue riband of the annual show of the British Dairy Farmers' Association has been won by the Limerick Junction Creamery. In these days, when the question of improvement in our butter industry is vital, it is satisfactory to see that the best Irish butter is the best in the market. We have the standard amongst us at all events. Our farmers have but- to try to reach the best work done in Ireland to succeed in the contest with the foreigner. Mrs. Cashel Hoey has written a general introduction for the ' Life of 'William Oarleton,' the Irish novelist — certainly a notable autumn book. It is in two volumes, and the first of these consists of what Carleton ha...

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

HOWAT & McPHAIL, CLERICAL OUTFITTERS, Robe & Gown Makers, 10 PARK STREET, SYDNEY (upstates). *TBff1Wf'iiMI*wftllllTi]lliiil I iiiiwm— ''' Por At Stationery /VIODERN ?nd Printing prices opposite HUNTER ST. IN GEORGE ST., SYDNEY

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

SPECIAL NOTICE. ENLARGEMENT OF 'The Catholic Press.' TTHE 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 . 20- VJkJUVm »»» 84* 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 Ihem within reach of all, THE CATHOLIC PRESS FULFILS THESE CONDITIONS. Full 'information at the General Offices, LINCOLN'S INN CHAMBERS, 38 ELIZABETH STREET, SYDNEY. BEST AUSTRALIAN WINES ALTAK WINES A_ SPECIALTY. ' WARATAH_BRAND.': pbbl,:.'newman a.nd oojvljp^ny TELEPHONE 1977. 29 O'CONNKLL STREET, SYDNEY.

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

mo BUILDERS, PAINTERS AND OTHERS. , V. J. BENNETT & CO., 108 George Street (West), Is the Cheapest House in Sydney for WHITE LE A D, OIL, WINDOW GLASS, &c, &c. All goods delivered free. Builders' Sashes sent for and delivered. CHAS. BILSBORROW, L.D.S., R.C.S., Ib., Surgical and Mechanical Dentist (Late locum lenens to Dr. Burnis), Has COMMENCED PRACTICE in conjunction with Mr. LEO. C. HORTON, AT 139 ELIZABETH STREET, HYDE PARK, SYDNEY. Telephone No. 1850. HOURS : Week Days, 0-30 a.m. to 5-30 p.m. Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. MINING._ Wednesday. A brisk business has been done in mining shares this week. Yesterday, however, silver shares dropped a little, Proprietary receding 2s. 4d., Junctions Is. 9d., Norths 10d., and Mt. Lyell 2s. In gold, Great Boulder has slightly recovered, and Maritana and New Bushman improved to the extent of Is. There has been a good enquiry for Oorsus, Croesus Extended, Papuan and Golden Bar. The following are quotations ; — Buyer. Sel...

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

ORIENT CLOTHING GIVES UNIVERSAL SATISFACTION, AND IS UNEQUALLED FOR PIT, STYLE, AND WEAE. All Garments are Cut from the Best Models, and the Materials Thorcmg'h.ly Shrunk. The OEIENT CLOTHING is in All Textures suitable for BUSINESS RIDING OFFICE PICNICKING PROMENADE SPORT BUSH TRAVELLING And EVENING WFAR. First Quality Men's Suits ... ... ... ... 40s. Extra Quality Men's Suits ... ... ... ... 45s. Special Quality Men's Suits ... ... ... ... 50s. OUR CELEBRATED ORIENT MAKE OF OLBRIOAL CLOTHINGS IS ACKNOWLEDGED THE BEST EEADT-MADE 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 JONES~TND COMPANY. GEOEGB AND BARRACK STREETS, SYDNEY. ST MAEY'8 COLLEGE^ High-Clase Boarding School for Young Ladies, ROSEBANK, FIVE DOCK, SYDNEY, Undor tha Patronage of Hia Bminonco tho Cardinal-Archbishop and Sight Rov. J. Hlggina, D.D., Auxiliary Bishop of Sydnoy. Condu...

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

SMOKE Yl .1 /V * LL MIinRTI MACHINE-MADE M5I6 UgttlfjllGS sweetest! best! CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES. W, T. WATERS & CO., LADIES' OUTFITTERS, KING- STREET. Wo are Opening This Woolc further NOVELTIES, SPECIALLY IMPORTED, [Particularly in MILLINERY, GLOVES, SILK BLOUSES. D B E S S 'i I E C E S IN GRENADINE, CREPON, STRIPED CAM.HRIOS. SUNSHADES, Etc. W. T. WATERS AND CO., ICING STREET. NOTICE TO AGENTS. The Catholic Press Will for the future be, Published on TECTJBS1-AY Instead of FEIDAY, A.M.D. Gh ST. ALOYSIITO COLLEGE, Bourke Street, Sydney. A T the request of His Lordship Dr. Higgling the pupils have obtained a prolongation of their holidays till JANUARY 21st, 1896, on which day business will be resumed at 9.30 a.m. ! 0. NITLTY, S.J., ] Rector, j PLENARY COUNCIL PHOTO. GROUPS. j QPLENDID COPIES of above, taken last week at I O St. Patrick's College, Manly, and St. Mary's Cathedral, now ready ; size, 10 x ] 2. Price, mounted for framing1, 8s. oach ; postage, 6cl. extra. JOHN ROAETY...

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AT HOME AND ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 December 1895

AT HOME AND ABROAD. It is rather a startling bit of news that Presi dent Cleveland, in his message to Congress, has appealed to the Monroe doctrine. He announces that he has — a propos of the boun dary dispute between Great Britain and Venezuela — communicated to the British Government the intention of the United States to offer a firm opposition to an attempt on the part of any European Power to increase its tftrritorv in America. He, at the same time, proposes arbitration as the only means of settling the dispute alluded to. The protest, coming from a President of Cleveland's well known pro-British leanings, seems additionally remarkable. The special commissioner of the Herald takes a roseate view of the prospects in France of the Australian meat trade. In the existing markets, he says, in effect, there is a large deficiency, and the chances seem good — better even than before— that the supply may fall to the lot of these colonies. To add fresh perfume to the violet, perhaps, the ...

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

QT. MARGARET'S MATERNITY HOME, o 561 ELIZABETH STREET, SYDNEY. Women received for Accouchment. No restriction to Class or Greed. A Staff of Competent Nurses kept. CONDUCTED BY MRS. ABBOTT. J- T. FALLON'S PUKE ALBUEY WINES.— 400 Mkdals, ? including those from the Exhibitions of Amsterclnm, Bor deaux, Vienna, Calcutta, Philadelphia, London, etc., etc.— Mr. Fallon positively guarantees Absolute Purity, and, for si healthy, nutritious beverage of a superior flavour, claims that his product stands at the head of all Wines. He has the greatest confidence in recommending for Altar Us id, having the distin guished patronnge of His Eminence the Cardinal-Archbishop of Sydney, His Lordship of Maitland, His Lordship of Gonl burn, His Lordship of Wilcannia, His Lordship of Orafton. Ckntkat, Diii-OT: 93 YORK STREET, SYDNEY. 8Y D N E Y MUSIC H A L L, 608 to 012 GEORGE STREET ('Between Liverpool, and Bathurst Streets). Proprietor ? Mr. John Lawler Manager ? Mr. W. P. Morrison 50 Artists. TO-NIGHT. ...

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Bethlehem Convent, Ashfield. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 December 1895

Bethlehem Convent, Ashfield. The annual distribution of prizes took place on Friday afternoon at the schools of the Sisters of Charity, Bethlehem Convent, Ash field j the Rev. Father G-annon, P.P., officiat ing. A well-selected and carefully prepared programme was performed on the occasion. A feature of the occasion was also the presen tation of an address by Miss Elsie Ahearn on behalf of the pupils to the Rev. Mother Rectress. The principal prizes were won as ioiiows : — Trinity College theory examination : — Inter, med. div.: Honours, Miss Clare Redman. Junior div.: Honours, Misses Maggie Higgins and C. Meehan. Junior div.: Pass, Misses 0. Johns, K. Ward, E. Ahearn, J. Ireland, L. Simmonds, E. Fuller, and Master J. Brewer. Junior University Classes : — Aggregate merit, Miss F. Smith ; highest marks in English^ geograjriiy, and history, Miss E-. Henry : arithmetic, Miss M. Mus grave ; English and arithmetic, Miss E. Ahearn ; history, Miss C. Kerwin ; geography, Miss M. Mus grave ;...

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

COUNTRY MILK COMPANY, 137-155 PALMER STRKET. MILK, BUTTER, CREAM, EGGS, POULTRY, PASTRY, Delivered Twice Daily in City and S^^.bur?bs. F. HARVEY, Manager.

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St. Mary's College, Rosebank. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 December 1895

St. Mary's College, Kosebank. So many exceptionally good entertainments have been given, this year in our high schools and. boarding schools that one might think that for any of them to particularly excel in this respect was now a matter of extreme difficulty. Still the beautiful performance given by the young ladies of Eosebank College on last Wed nesday afternoon left the impression on all present that it was one of the very best that had been witnessed this year. The programme was pleasingly varied, ana the items selected called for great skill and proficiency in the performers. They were all, however, fully equal to their parts, and delighted the large audience by their artistic rendering of many difficult violin and pianoforte pieces, by their admirable recitations, calisthenic displays, and by the able and refined manner in which they generally went through a really high-class pro gramme. A chorus of welcome to His Eminence the Cardinal opened the entertainment. After a recita...

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AN APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 December 1895

AN APPEAL. This Concord Branch of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul was formed in June, 1898, and, whilst its success has been very great, the evidence afforded by its working has, unfortu nately, proved the presence of a large amount of distress amongst us. Over £350 has been distributed in two years in food and clothing, and at the present time fifteen families, avera rvii-t rv *i 4 mnn4* \r\XTf\ 111 nnnn + r» «v\i \-\-v i\ *w-v /^*\ 4-1-* *-» L^IUf^ Ctu IVU19V 1LTU 1X1 UUbll KlUIUVj ill U UU UllU books of the Conference. To help in raising funds for the support of these is the object of an entertainment to be held in the School of Arts, Bur wood, on Friday evening, 1 3th prox. Through the kindness of Lieutenant Smith, of H.M.S. ' Royalist,' the men-o'-warsmen at tached to the ship have generously offered their services to give a variety entertainment in aid of the funds of the Conference on the above date, and the Brothers now ask -kind assistance in patronising the entertainmen...

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The Bishop of Grafton and Armidale and the Church Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 December 1895

The Bishop of Grafton and Armi dale and the Church Association. The following has been handed to us {QJiurcli man) for publication. It was written in reply to a communication from Mr. F. B. Kyngdon, hon. sec. of the 0. of E. Association of JNT.S.'W., relative to the appearance of the name of the Bishop of Grafton and Armidale in the list of invited guests at the recent Roman Catholic conversazione at the Town Hall : — II T» * . I ? ... ? L. A ? ? ? 1 _ 1 _ c\t 1 1 1 TVT ? inAi* .Disiiopscimru, iinmcicMe, zouqxnov., .lo../o. ' Dear Sir, — I have received a letter from you addressed to the ' Eight 'Rev. Dr. Tucker, Bishop of Grafton and Armidale.' Assuming that this letter is intended for me, and regret ting that a body terming itself the ' Church, of ! England Association of New South Wales ' i should be in ignorance of the names of the Bishops of New South Wales, I beg to reply to | it as follows: — (1) I entirely repudiate the im plied claim of your Association, or of any other par...

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Convent of Mercy, Surry Hills. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 December 1895

Convent of Mercy, Surry Hills. The pupils of the above Convent schools will give an entertainment in St. Peter's Hall, Surry Hills, on Monday next, 16th December, at 8 p.m. The indefatigable Sisters of Surry Hills have carefully prepared the children for this entertainment, and it promises to bo most in teresting and successful. The tickets may be procured at the schools, and as the proceeds are to be devoted to obtaining prizes and other wise promoting the welfare of the pupils, it is to be hoped that the hall will be filled to over flowing on the occasion.

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Convent of the Immaculate Conception, Balmain. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 December 1895

Convent of the Immaculate Con ception, Balmain. On last Thursday week, the 5lli insfc., in Ihe afternoon,, the large hall of the above adimr* ably-situated convent was densely crowded by the friends and parents of the pupils, to witness the annual Christmas entertainment. His Lordship Dr. Higgins presided, and there were present : Very Eev. Dean Healy, Fathers Moynagh, McDermott (Manly College), Gan non, Lynch, Kirby, Pitzpatrick, Dunne, Lavvler, King, Whyte, D. O'Eeilly. Bunbury, O'Driscoll, W. Hay den, Hyland, Colender, Nulty, S.J., McG-rath, S.J., etc. This convent is celebrated for the superior excellence of its Christmas exhibitions, but yet the present one more than maintained its reputation in this respect, and proved that nothing is being left undone to wise the standard of education in this establishment and to keep it in the front rank of the best of our superior schools. The selection of the items on the programme displayed great taste, and they were well cal culated to t...

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Monte Oliveto High School, Woollahra. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 December 1895

Monte Oliveto High School, Woollahra. An excellent performance was given by the young ladies attending this school on last Monday evening in the school hall. There was a large and highly appreciative audience. The first selection was a pianoforte duet by the Misses T. Tighe, N. Moloiiey, F. Matchett, and M. Smith, after which the curtain wont up on a beautiful piece entitled 'Scenes from the Life of Marie Antoinette.' The different characters were vigorously and ably sustained, particularly Miss E. Ivroman (as Elspeth) ; Miss A, Porter (Elizabeth of Prance) ; and Miss M.Whelan (Jenny), manifested a very high order of dramatic ability. The scene in which the unhappy queen parts with her children to proceed to the scaffold was beautifully acted, and was most impressive. Some musical items followed, ' The Last Eose of Summer ' (piano solo), by Master H. Dawkins, being much appreciated. The youthful performer seems endowed with considerable musical genius, and will certainly be heard of...

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