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Christian Brothers' Schools. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 December 1895

Christian Brothers' Schools. At the ' Children's Carnival School Com petition ' in aid of the Balmain Cottage Hos pital, in addition to the prizes won by the pupils of the Convent of the Immaculate Con ception, the following prizes wore won by the pupils of the Christian Brothers: — Group sing ing (special degree of merit), aheetwriting ((ive prizes), freehand drawing, perspective drawing, geometrical drawing, map drawing, recitation, and solo singing. The annual break-up of the Brothers' School will talce place on the 19th inst. His Lordship Dr. Iiiggins will preside.

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

PROTESTANT TESTIMONY. ? * ? Mr. J. J. Hill, the great American railroad magnate, who built and endowed St. James' Seminary, assigned some reasons for his amazing generosity that deserve to be re corded in letters of gold. Never in the his tory of humanity was a nobler tribute paid to the influence and beauty of religion than that paid by this Protestant gentleman. We trust that he will soon have the happiness of Deing a member or our unurcn mat ne esteems so highly, and that he has so splen didly eulogised. He said : — ' Some of you may wonder why I, who am not a member of your Church, should have undertaken the building and endowment of a Roman Catho lic Theological Seminary, and you will par don me if I tell you plainly why. For nearly thirty years I have lived in a Roman Catholic household, and daily have had before me and around me the earnest devotion, watchful care and Christian example of a Roman Catholic wife, and of whom it may be said : ' Blessed are the pure in heart, for...

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

PICNIC AT BOTANY. The first annual picnic of St. Bernard's, Botany, was held at Sir Joseph Bank's, Botany, on Thursday, the 5th instant, and proved to be a great success. There were 500 persons,' including children, present. The committee of ladies who carried out the arrangements were Mrs Burgess, President; Mrs. Monaghan, Secretary ; Miss O'Eourko, Treasurer ; Mrs. Keid, Mrs. W. H. Conway, Mrs. Devitt, Miss Eeid, Miss Murtough, Miss Lupton, Miss Lincoln, Miss Lee, Miss Hier, ivxiss x-reen ana miss murray^ana among une gentlemen who assisted at the proceedings were the following, Messrs. M. G-earin, M. O'Eiordan, A\r. H. Conway, J. P. Eeid, A. Sutton, D. Burgess, J. Lee, G-. Buckley and J. Lupton. Among the many visitors who were present wore the Eev. leathers Henry, Treand, Merg, Tearney and Douze, Mr. J. E. Dacey, M.L.A., and other prominent residents. The dancing was carried out in the spacious pavilion under the supervision of Messrs. M. G-earin and M. O'Eiordan, M's.C, to exce...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 December 1895

SOCIAL. On Wednesday His Excellency the Governor and the Honorable the Misses Brand made a cruise on the Hawkesbury in the Hon. R. H. D. White's steam launch White Star. The Governor has notified his intention of being present to-day (Saturday) at the Cricket Ground, when the intercolonial match, Queens land v. New South Wales, will be continued. # * His Excellency and Vicountess Hampden have issued invitations to a garden party, which will be held at G-overnment House on the afternoon of Wednesday, tlie 1 jth instant; * On Tuesday the vice-regal party visited the National Art G-allery, and spent a considerable time in inspecting the pictures. The visit being of an informal nature, His Excellency and Lady Hampden were not officially received by the entire body of trustees, but were wel comed by the president, Mr. E. Du Faur, and Sir Patrick Jennings.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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St. Mary's High School. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 December 1895

St. Mary's High School. The annual concert by the boys of »St. Mary's High School took place at the Guild Hall, Castlereagh-street, on Tues day night the 3rd instant. The play selecte.d was ' Placidus,' and the character of that h$ro was ably sustained by Master J. Cronin. Master J. Kelly, as Imogen, was simply perfect, his every syllable being dis tinctly heard through all parts of the house What, indeed, struck us most throughout the piece was the clear, distinct enunciation of each periormer. The good .Brothers must have taken great care, and exercised no small amount of skill, to attain such a result ; but they must have felt with pleasure on that occasion that their work was not in vain. The hall was crowded, and a better advertisement the Brothers could not well receive.

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A GREAT GRACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 December 1895

A GREAT G-BACE. The death of Sir Charles Halle, the famous pianist and musician, which, some few weeks ago, was announced here by cable, was the cause of sincere sorrow, no doubt, to many, who, during the visit paid by him some little time ago to Sydney, had the happiness of making his acquaintance ; still better, of enjoying his friendship. To the world in general Sir Charles Halle was known as an artist of high distinction, but even during his lifetime many must have been acquainted with the greater beauties which adorned his private career as a man and a Christian. It had remained, neverthe less, until after his death to make us more fully aware of what the world had possessed in him. The public career of the artist had begun in his boyhood. He was, we are told, the son of a Lutheran choirmaster at Hagen, in Westphalia. His genius displayed itself early in life, and at the age of seventeen he went to Paris, where his success was imme diate and notable. In Paris, too, it may be re...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CATHOLIC COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. Commemoration Day at St. John's. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 December 1895

CATHOLIC COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. ? ? ▼ Commemoration Dav at St. John's. The annual commemoration day in connection with St. John's College took place on Saturday afternoon. His Excellency the Governor and Viscountess Hampden, accompanied by Captain Sloane- Stanley, arrived at the college at three o'clock, and were welcomed by His Eminence the Cardinal. Archbishop, Monsignor O'Brien (Eector of the College), the Eight Eev. Dr. Delaney (Coadjutor Bishop of Hobart, the Eight Eev. Dr. Iiiggins (Auxiliary Bishop of Sydney), and other representatives 01 the Catholic community. Amongst those present were: — The Very Eevs. Dr. Carrol, V.GK, C. Nulty, SJ. (Eector of St. Aloysius' College), Dr. O'Haran, A. Aubrey, S.M., P. Slattery, O.S.F., Dr. Treacy, V.G-. (Wilcannia), Dr. Burke (St. Patrick's College, Manly), T. Kenny (Superior of the Jesuits), the Eevs. Fathers McNamara, Mclnnerney, S.J. (St. Ignatius' College, Riverview), Henneberry (Tasmania), P. Mclntyre, D. O'Eeilly, T. Long, C. Conway, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 December 1895

NICHOLSON k CO. No. 34. NOW READY, No. 34. ptH II 1ST MAS N U M B E R \J or the AUSTRALIAN MUSICAL MAGAZINE, 40 PAGES OF SELECTED MUSIC, THE BIGGEST SHILLING'S WORTH oi' MUSIC Ever issued to the Public. 1. 'THE GOOD RHINE 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 ...

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

DIOCESAN NEWS, On Sunda}' last, the first of the Immaculate Conception, a special High Mass was sung at St. Mary's Cathedral. His Eminence the Car dinal presided at the throne, and the Very Rev. P. Henneberry preached an interesting discourse on the feast of the day. The Cardinal administered confirmation on Sunday at St. Vincent de Paul's, lledfern, and the following day at St. Peters, Surry Mills. On Wednesday last His Eminence was jjresent at the break-up of the Convent of the Sacred Heart, Rose Bay. The Right Rev. Dr. Higgins yesterday ad ministered the sacrament of confirmation at St. Joseph's Church, Oamperdown, and to-day the Cardinal will confirm the children at Sti, Bede's, Pyrmont. At the parochial church, Bourke, on Sunday last, December 8th, Miss Poley, daughter of Mr. P. Poley, of Broken-Hill, and Miss Cleary, eldest daughter of Mr. T. Oleary, of Lochinvar, took the white veil in the Insti tute of the Sisters of Mercy in presence of a large congregation. The former lady...

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

STEWART DAWSON & CO.'S The Greatest Show in Australia this Year at our Sydney Establishment. 9-ct. Gold Brooch, 15/6. Silver, 5/ Other designs (gold) 5/6 to 10/6. Elegant Bow Brooch, Oct., 15/6; 15 ct., £1 5 ; Silver 4/6. New Desisrn Sporting1 Brooch, 15 ct. Gold, Pearl Shoe, £2 17 6. Electro-Silver Breakfast Cruet, complete, with Spoons, 13/6. V 9-ct. Gold Bracelet, £1 10. Other design, 18/6 to 40/ 9-ct. Gold Brooch, 8/6 ; Silver, 2/6. Solid Silver Trinket Box, 4'! by U in., £2 2. \ 15-ct. Gold Heart Brooch, Set Peai'ls, I , ?-'-??? -. £2 2. Ladies Ring, 7 Dia monds, 2 Sapphires, 18 ct., £4 10. Pin and Stud, 15-ct. 3-old, 10 Diamonds, 1 Ruby, £7 17 6. Diamond Kings, £10 10 to £30. /v. ^ I 15-ct. Gold Pin, 15/6. Silver, 4/6. Ladies Fine Silver Watch, £1 5. Ditto ditto Hunter, £1 12 6* 3-ct. Gold Keyless, £5 10, worth £10 Silver ditto, £2 10, worth £5. Electro Silver Service, £2 11 6. Prices singly : offee, 18/6; Tea, 13/6*; Sugar, 11/ Cream, 8/6. JHRk mm Halt' Hoop Diamond K...

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

'' HIS SPACE HAS BEEN RESERVED BY ; ____ j i DENTIST, ST. JAMES' CHAMBERS, KING STREET, Right Opposite the Queen's Statue, WHO WILL MAKE AN ANNOUNCEMENT IN OUR NEXT ISSUE. i

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THE MODERN TIME-SPIRIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 December 1895

THE MODERN TIME-SPIRIT. A duress delivered at St. John's College by the Right liev. Dr. Delaney, Coadjutor Bishop of liobart : — My first duty at this moment is to acknowledge the high compliment which the Eight Reverend the Hector and the Fellows of this College have paid me, in inviting me to address so dis tinguished an audience. I had indeed been looking forward with pleasure to the opportu nity which my visit to the Council would afford me of witnessing one of those commemoration gatherings of which I had read with pride and satisfaction already ; but 1 little suspected that I should be called upon to occupy a place which causes me no little embarrassment ; the more so, when I recall the able and scholarly addresses to which you have listened here on previous occasions. The scholar, the scientist, the man of literary skill is encouraged and sus tained by the culture of his audience ; but on the other hand they who have quenched their thirst at the fountains of the higher learni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 December 1895

CITY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED. HEAD OFFICE ? 95 PITT STREET. Directors : John See, Esq., M.P., Chairman. The Hon. John T. Toohey, M.L.C. J. P. Garvan, Esq. P. Hogan, Esq., J.P. 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 £121,000. ROBERT KERR, Manager. TRANSACTS FIRE BUSINESS ONLY. J.M.J. ST. JOSEPIPS' COLLEGE, HUNTER'S HILL, SYDNEY. Conducted by the Marisl Brothers, under Ilia Patronage of His Eminence the Cardinal- Archbishop of Sydney. nnHE College is beautifully situated on an elevation JL in one of the most attractive and salubrious suburbs of Sydney, and commands a delightiul view of the Parramatta and Lane Cove Rivers, the Harbour, the City, and the surrounding country. It is by far the largest and finest building of its kind in the colonies ; its erection cost ,£70,000. It possesses extensive recreation grounds, salt and fresh- water b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 December 1895

TRY S. WHIDDON'S, 178 PITT STREET, FOR CHEAPEST BOOTS IN SYDNEY. PARKER'S AUSTRALIAN HAIR PRESERVER A MARVELLOUS REMEDY for the Hair and Scalp. Cooling and Refreshing to use. Promotes Growth, Removes Dandruff, Allays Irritation, and Eradicates all complaints common to the Scalp. USE IT AND NEVER BECOME BALD. Remember: PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE. LADIES will find it a perfect boon. It is not a dye. is not sticky or greasy, and the hair may bo dressed and the curling tongs used immediately after appli cation . One of the numerous Testimonials received : — Sib, — During convalescence from Measles, my children were rapidly losing their hair. A friend to whom I mentioned the fact brought me a bottle of PARKER'S AUSTRALIAN HAIR PRESERVER, the use of which proved so satisfactory after throe or four applications that my wife, whoso hair had boon falling out for years, was tempted to try it on herself ; the result was most satisfactory. Not only has loss beon arrested and growth greatly ...

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LOCALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 December 1895

LOCALS. ? + ? Want of space hinders us from reporting the entertainment given by the pupils of St. Francis' Boys' Schools on last Tuesday night in the Guild Hall. It will appear in our next issue. We regret that, by an unfortunate accident, our report of the breaking-up, some weeks ago, at St. Aloysius' College, S.J., was omitted. This is all the more to be regretted since the college is of an importance second to none in the colonies. Its standing is quite on a par with the great reputation as educators possessed by the Jesuit Fathers throughout the world. The year's results gave conclusive proof of that. A second message to Congress from Presi dent Cleveland re-affirms the Monroe doctrine, and declares that the United States will themselves fix the Venezuelan boundary. — In an audience granted to Mr. John Dillon, the Pope has enjoined on him the promotion of unity in Ireland, as desi rable also in Catholic interests. The heat on Monday throughout the colony was very great. At Murw...

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CRICKET. Queensland v. New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 December 1895

CRICKET. Queensland v. New South Wales. The intercolonial match between New South Wales and Queensland was commenced at the Cricket Ground on Friday, and continued on Saturday, Monday, and Tuesday. In the first innings of the New South Welshmen, Walters made the fine score of 150, and was eventually caught out by McDonnell. He gave only two chances — one in the early part of his innings and the second when he had totalled 83. The innings closed with 485 runs on Saturday after noon, and McDonnell and Coningham essayed the difficult task before them shortly after three o'clock. They immediately set to work and runs came fast, 50 appearing on the board before the close of half-an-hour's play. The first century was reached within the hour. When McDonnell's wicket was captured the score of the Queenslanders stood at 107, a good start. But fortune deserted the Northern colony at this stage, and it cost three good wickets to put on another 22 runs. When the wickets were drawn on Saturday t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
St. Francis's School, Paddington. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 December 1895

St. Francis's School, Paddington. The distribution of prizes took place on Friday. The building was prettily decorated tor the occasion. The Rev. Father Joyce, O.S.F., parish priest, presided, and among those present were the Kev. Fathers Lawler, Fitz gerald Mullan, and Gay nor, O.S.F., and the Very Eev. P. B. Kennedy, the superior of the . Franciscans in Australia. The programme was well selected and admirably performed. Father Joyce, who distributed the prizes congratulated the good Sisters on the splendid work done during the year.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 December 1895

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St. Joseph's School, Rockdale. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 December 1895

St. Joseph's School, Rockdale. The annual distribution of prizes took place at this school on Friday morning. The prize takers were:— Mary Wak, Eth ell Shepherd, lluth Spring, Vera Burgess, Lily .Burgesn, Cherry Shepherd, Ida Corbett, Norbert Gif forcl, Eva Shepherd, George Shepherd, 'Willie G-irsin, PJii]ip M'jSTab, Annie* Walz, Florrie Oorbett, John M'Hugh, James Donnellan, John Searson, May Frape, George M'Nab, Katie M'Hugh, Annie Coyle, Daniel Lee, Daniel Carroll, Louisa North, May Mullarky, Maggie Corkery, Harold Dunne, May Mf Garry, Gladys Corbett, Albert Spring, Albert Coyle, Basil Gifford, Annie Burns, Oswald Dunne, Tony Walz, Carrie Thackeray, Ethel Stephens, Willie Girsin.

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ADDRESS TO THE REV. FATHER MILNE CURRAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 December 1895

ADDRESS TO THE REV. FATHER MILNE CURRAN. Before going to Condobolin, as reported in our last issue, the llev. Father Milne Curran paid a visit to Fifield and was warmly wel comed by all on the field. After his arrival the following address was read and presented by H. Gh Coomber, hon. sec. of the Fifield Progress committee, to the reverend gentle man : — ' Sir, — We, the undersigned residents of the districts of Fifield and Pjatina, humbly beg to offer you a hearty welcome to our remote, though by no means unimportant dis trict, and in doing so we beg to express earnestly our heartfelt appreciation of your long and useful services in the interest of promoting and benefitting the mining industry of the colony. 'We also admire the intelligence which has ever characterised your geological life, and which has helped to stimulate the progress of this great land. We thank you for your presence on this occasion, more especially because it is the first meeting of the kind ever held in this ...

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