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

St. Thomas's School, Lewisham. The distribution or prizes took place last week at this school. An enjoyable programme was gone through most successfully. At the conclusion the Sisters of Charity were warmly congratulated by the Eev. father Long upon the proficiency of the pupils. The prizes dis tributed were as follows :— Fifth class: Gold medal (presented by the Eev. Father Long) for good conduct, May Kearney (awarded by vote) ; silver medal (presented by the Rev. Father Colander) for religious knowledge, Harriot Meohani ; drawing' and application to study, Hilda Cannon. Fourth class: Christian doctrine, C. Robinson and 13. Musgrave; aggregate merit, 0. Bobinson ; application to study and deportment, A. Eeidy ; Bible history, B. Musgrave ; English and Australian history, L. Eolfe ; general improvement, V. Condon. Third class : Koligious knowledge, A. Sharlcey ; aggregate morit, L. Long ; arithmetic and Australian history, K. Walsh ; general improvement, M. Connory ; grammer and geo...

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St. Francis Xavier's School, North Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 December 1895

St. Francis Xavier's School, North Sydney. The annual distribution of prizes to the pupils of this school took place on Thursday afternoon. .Father Brennan, S.J., presided, and there were present besides leathers Sturzo, M'Grath, Carroll, and M'Enroe. A most suc cessful concert and a dramatic entertainment were given uy the pupiis. father Jtsrennan presented the prizes, and in doing so congratu lated the scholars upon the results of the year.

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

A MERRY XMAS TO ALL. VISITORS TO SYDNEY: DURING TILE HOLI DAYS ARE INVITED TO QUONG TART AND CO., 137 KING STREET, SYDNEY. There they will bo served with a SPLENDID LUNCH—THE BEST IN SYDNEY— at a Moderate Pi'icu. A Beautiful and Invigorating CHI? 01*' TEA, which can bo had in %]))., lib., 51b., 10! b., and upwards 11b Is , Is. 3d., Is. 6d., Is. 9d., 2s. 6d. lb. And Upwabus. Oy storage. BEAUTIFUL OYSTERS from tho Post Beds, The LADIES' ROOM got up for Ease and Comfort, Tho BALL-ROOM for Socials, etc. Tho BOTTOM SALOON for Gontlomon. Ootno and Enjoy YoiirsoW WhU'» You Can,

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St. Patrick's Convent of Mercy, Goulburn. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 December 1895

St. Patrick's Convent of Mercy, Goulburn. The distribution of prizes at this school took place on Friday. In the absence of the llight !Rev. Dr. Lanigan, the Eight Eev. Dr. Galla gher presided. There was a large attendance both of the clergy and laity, and the proceedings were carriecl out with great Sclat. The paintings, drawings, and needlework of the pupils obtained high admiration.

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MR. MICHAEL DAVITT. (N.Z. Tablet, November 29.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 December 1895

MR. MICHAEL DAVITT. ? ^k ? (N.Z. Tablet, November 29.) We gather from West Coast files that Mr. Davitt was met at Jackson's on Saturday. 16th, by Messrs. O'Regan, M.H.E., Q-uiness, M.H.R., and a large party. Mr. Felix Campbell, Mayor of G-reymouth, welcomed him on his arrival at 3.30. Before his lecture, on ' The Progress of Home Rule,' Mr. D. Sheedy presented him with an address from the young men of the G-rey Valley. The 'thanks' resolution was moved by the Acting-Speaker of the New Zealand Parliament (Mr. Gruiness) and seconded by the Hon. Mr. Kerr. We find Father Carew with Father O'Hallahan on the platform at the Kumara lecture, ' On the Labour Movement.' Mr. Dungan, M.O.C., was chairman, and wel comed ' the Father of the Land League.' Mr. James Rochford read an address. The Kumara Times, in an interesting sketch, makes a fairly good attempt to give Mr. Davitt's amusing list of two candidates' election expenses. A paper in Charters Towers tried to do the same, and failed. The v...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 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 superfluously boastful, but it is in your own interest that you should visit our Doll Show this Christmas. YAEIETY 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 HerculansGurn and Pompeii, and instructive to those who have not. It is infra dig at such a moment to refer to. more commercial matters of display, but the time— Holi- day time — is particularly opportune for renewing ' OUR YOUNGSTERS' OUTFIT, PA,' and our stock of Youths' and Boys' Knickers, S...

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

ORIENT CLOTHING GIVES UNIVERSAL SATISFACTION, AND IS UNEQUALLED FOR FIT, STYLE, AND WEAE. All Garments are Cut from the Best Models, and the ]N/Laterials 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 OLBRIOAL CLOTHINGS IS ACKNOWLEDGED THE BEST BEA.DY-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~~AND COMPANY, GKEORGKE AND BARRACK STEEETS, SYDNEY. Higli-Cla&s Boarding School for Young Ladiee, ROSEBANK, FIVE DOCK, SYDNEY. Uador the Patronage of Hits Bminonoo tho Oardinal-ArohWBhop and Right Rot. J. Higglns, D.B., Auxiliary Bishop of Sydney. Conducte...

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

MRITE FOR OUR \ «P£$ * S* ' -l9^^^^?Hi / ILLUSTRATED \^%fV* ^$S§gSSS&SBb^ /^ PRICE LIST. ffiV '^flferil ? /1$ $1 if L 4* & 746 GEORGE ST. (Haymarket), SYDNEY S W ' 0 i Tfl \TOfl & I 0 28° B0URKE STREET' MELBOURNE tJ° ^1 Uf *67 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE.

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AT HOME AND ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 December 1895

AT HOME AND ABROAD. _, ? . ? A ? ? The weak spot of Continental Socialism was made very apparent at the recent Congress of Breslau. This is the impossibility of its ob taining the sympathy of the peasant proprie tory, in whoso hands so large a proportion of landed property is held. A. lively dispute took place at the Congress with regard to the steps, it any, that should be taken to propitiate the difficult element, Finally, a resolution was come to, in effect, to pet the peasants at de fiance and cultivate, in preference to their goodwill, the friendship of the proletariat. To make a virtue of necessity is always a wise ex pedient. Every now and again something occurs to remind us of the strange likeness that may obtain between the methods of tyranny and those o£ a perfect freedom. For example, a few weeks ago, at Nice, the performance of a certain opera was suddenly forbidden — to the great loss of all those who were interested in its production — because a false rumour had been c...

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

i Jl . Boys' andiMen's ^^^^^^^^^1 AUSTRAL J l^pJMrJM:: I MERCERS, HATTERS, ._J6S^lBPlN^i§|_ OUTFITTERS, &c, flAUSTRAL C LOTH I ERS , M ERC ERS , HATTERS, &-| F^Kp^WfB^^WS^W INTITE INSPECTION fEiPiiSHlfll^^ll^ra^pai m r \a/ a m n r \/t r m n i w r ife tepp ImiMlllwM^^m NbW AND -EXTENSIVE ^^^^^^^^^^Ai^t.^^gp 486, 488, and 490 '?^^jfe^^^^- GEORGE STREET, Opposite ]VLain ISntrance of New ]MLarkets. THE Men's and Boys' Clothing1 Departments ARE NOW TH0R0UGHI/ Y STOCKED WITH Every Requisite for the Season's Trade. A Call will Ropay Anyone Requiring GOODS OF RELIABLE QUALITY AT MODERATE PRICES. TRADE SYSTEM ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES, AND SOLD FOR CASH ONLY Clerical Garments Ready for Immediate Wear- or Specially to Measure at Economical Prices. Men's Trousers. Fancy Striped, 6s. lid., Is. (Id., 10s. (5d. Fancy and Worsted, 10s. Gd. Sorgoretto Ti'ouaors, all shades, 8s. lid. Flannel Criclcoting' Trousers, 7s. 6d., 10s. Gd. A Very Special Line in Men's Tweed Trousers,...

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Dominican Convent, Santa Sabrina, Strathfield. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 December 1895

Dominican Convent, Santa Sabrina, Strathfield. The distribution of the usual Christmas prizes took place at the Dominican Convent, Strath field, on Monday last. Very Eev. Dr. Murphy, Father Rohan, and a few other clerical friends of Santa Sabrina were present. Before the children received the reward of their year's labour they gave an entertainment to the visitors. A. choir of about forty voices ren dered the pretty little chorus, 'Ecco il Padre,' by Capocci, in a faultless manner. This was followed by a recitation, 'The Leper,' given by Misses Lyons and Sheridan. Miss Ethel Tuck sang with great feeling ' Dear Harp of my Country,' and Miss Edie Samuel, though a mere child, proved herself a pianist of no mean capacity in Leybach's arrangement of ' Semi ramide.' The chorus also gave the Irish air, 'Farewell! but Whenever,' 'The Sleigh Bells,' and Barnett's 'Too Late.' In the distribution of prizes the highest honours were achieved by Misses McCauley, Tuck, Hinton, De Chanvalon, Sherid...

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BERTHA; OR, THE POPE AND THE EMPEROR AN HISTORICAL TALE. BY WILLIAM BERNARD MACCABE. CHAPTER 111.—Continued. THE SERFS OE ASCHFFENBURG. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 December 1895

BERTHA; OR, THE POPE AND THE EMPEROR AN HISTORICAL TALE. BY WILLIAM BERNARD MACCABE. CHAPTER 111.— -Continued. THE SERFS OF ASOHAFFEKBTJRG-. 'With such thoughts in his mind, rather than with such expressions in his mouth, the prior hastened up the hill towards the monastery. The old abbot smiled, and thought to him self: ' A good man, a very good man, is our prior ; but too anxious for the mere temporal pros perity or the monastery. He is moved to that by an excellent motive, doubtless. Ah, yes ! despite his rough nature, he is a truly pious man ; and when he shall have to look upon all here as his children, as I do, I have little doubt he will be an excellent and even compassionate father to them. I was not as careful a prior as he is, and I am sure he will be a better abbot than I am. 'But I pray your pardon, Sir Pilgrim, for not being more attentive to thee. Thou seest how my time has been occn pied by the various matters pertaining to my happiness, and the discharge of my duty a...

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St. Patrick's College, Goulburn. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 December 1895

St. Patrick's College, Goulburn. The annual distribution of prizes in this college took place on Thursday, the 12th inst. Besides the Right Eev. Dr. Q-allagher, the president of the College, the Eev. Dr. Daly and the Eev. J. Dwyer, members of the pro fessorial staff, the Very Eev. Vincent Grogan, u,r., tne itev. jjutners Jjonovan, u Sullivan, and Griffin, and others of the clergy were pre sent. Amongst the lay visitors were Alderman Roberts, Alderman 0. J. McShane, Mr. W. Dwyer, Mr, J. Paton, Y.C., Mr. W. E. Eiley, Mr. Brennan, etc., etc. A well-selected pro gramme was admirably performed. In the course of an address delivered by him to the students Dr. Gallagher spoke as follows : — 'When you go out into the world's broad field of battle, to the bivouac of life, add' these line qualities to the book knowledge and men tal discipline which you have been faithfully endeavouring to acquire within these walls; and whatever your position in life may be, you will carve out for yourselves ...

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THE REUNION OF THE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 December 1895

THE REUNION OF THE CHURCHES. The last quarter of the nineteenth century is closing on a strange scene in the religious life of the world. Christendom sundered into a thousand sects, mutually antagonistic in teach ings, claims and methods, is a sad spectacle wherewith to close the greatest century the world has yet seen. In material achievement, in scientific discovery, in popular education, in responsible' legislation, manhood suffrage, in every branch of human knowledge, in every art and science that exerts a civilising and ele vating influence on mankind, the most aston ishing progress has been made. But the one factor of religion, without which no genuine progress can be secured or true civilisation attained, is greatly neutralised in its influence and much fettered in its efficiency through the blighting divisions that rend Christendom into warring sects and contentious schisms. By none has this disunion amongst religious bodies been more deeply deplored and the necessity of reu...

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

DIOCESAN NEWS. ? .J^ ? _ ▼ On Christmas morning, at St. Mary's Cathe dral, the Mass will be celebrated first at six o'clock ; and afterwards every half-hour till eleven. His Eminence the Cardinal will preach at High Mass. The Tery Re*. Mgr. Verdon will be celebrant. At 6 o clock j-.ni. on Monday next the Cardinal's prizes will be given to the successful candidates at the recent examinations in St. . Mary's Cathedral. Several of our leading Catholic laymen will be present, and will speak on the occasion. On Monday night, 30th December, a tea party and social will be held in the Oddfellows' Temple, Elizabeth-street, in aid of St. John's ISchool and Church l?und, Kent-street. Palestrina's ' Miss Brevis ' will be sung in the Cathedral on Sunday. On Christmas Day G-ounod's ' Messe Solennelle,' with a large choir and orchestra. Mrs. Tierney has been appointed leader of the choir, the' post being vacaut owing to the resignation of Mrs. Colley. On Sunday, 8th inst., the Eight Eev. Dr. Lanig...

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CATHOLIC COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. St. Mary's Convent High School, Liverpool. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 December 1895

CATHOLIC COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. ? * ? St. Mary's Convent High School, Liverpool. On Wednesday, the 11th inst., the annual dis tribution of prizes took place at the above school. A varied programme was prepared for the occasion, at the end of which the Eev. Father Corcoran congratulated the Sisters of Charity and the pupils on their great success, and said that all interested in the school would be pleased to know that up to the present this had been the most successful year, 32 pupils having distinguished themselves at the public examinations. In June four young ladies secured very creditable passes at the University Examination ; twenty-Jive attended the Trinity College, London, examination, and all passed (five seniors, eleven intermediate, and thirteen juniors). In November three entered for the examination in connection with the Sydney Musical Association, and all were successful. These results gave evident proof of the earnest teaching of the Sisters of Charity, and of the close...

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ST. BENEDICT'S LITERARY, SOCIAL & DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 December 1895

ST. BENEDICT'S LITERARY, SOCIAL & DEBATING SOCIETY. ? ♦ ? A Meeting of the above was held in the School Hall, on Wednesday, the 11th instant, the president, Mr. J. Kir by in the chair. The usual business for the evening being concluded, the Premier, Mr. Eyan, moved his motion that ' The time has arrived for the Franchise to be granted to women.' After a lengthy speech, he was followed by the Leader of the Opposi tion, Mr. D. Casey, who pointed out many evil effects that would arise in granting the vote to women. Mr. Fitzgerald, Mr. Wren, Mr. Byrne and Master Lane also took part in the debate, which was very interesting. A vote being taken, the motion was carried by a majority of one. The director, Father 'White, who was present during the proceedings, delivered an address to the meeting, congratu lating the members on the ability shown by them on the question debated, and pointing out many good points for and against both sides of the question. The Premier moved a vote of th...

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

PESTS. Farm animals of all kinds during the summer and autumn seasons are liable to be somewhat irritated when infested with lice, Horses are made uneasy, and in consequence do not thrive so well. Sheep are the only animals that escape the irritating effects. Merino sheep are a valuable aid to rid a place of lice, fleas, and other vermin, as once these pests get into the wool the natural oil or yelk kills them j the best way, however, is to thoroughly clean and disinfect any barn or shed infested with vermin before using by washing with undiluted crude carbolic acid. Poultry should have a good dust bath to roll in, and a small quantity of lime added to it once or twice a week will be of the greatest benefit, Chickens should be given a light dusting of sulphur, and to oil the feather around the ears with carbolic oil, in order to keep them out of the ears, as they cause death in a few hours,

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H.A.C.B. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 December 1895

H.A.C.B. SOCIETY. A. ? ^ ? The annual picnic of this society will take place at Athol Gardens on Boxing Day. Four steamers have been engaged, and excellent arrangements will be made for the comfort of those desiring a healthy day's enjoyment. Addresses will be delivered by the Hon. D. O'Connor, M.L.C., Mr. E. W. O'Sullivan, M.P., and other leading lights. Full par ticulars will be found in our advertising columns. ? The Eitualists are under the impression that ' A.nglican Orders ' may yet be pronounced valid, because, as they say, there is to be an inquiry, and 'inquiry implies doubt.' Of course it does nothing of the sort. JS contra, those who feel the most absolutely free from doubt on this point, which, indeed, admits of none, are the very ones that court and call for the most searching inquiry. Ifc would be sad, indeed, it' so much as a single conversion were delayed by this cruelly delusive notion. It is hard to see how, without reversing the practical decision of three hundred...

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St. James' High School, Forest Lodge. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 December 1895

St. James' High School, Forest Lodge. The distribution of prizes of this school took place on Monday, the Eight Eev. Dr. Higgins, Auxiliary Bishop of Sydney, pre siding. There were also present Monsignor O'Brien, rector of St. John's College, the Eev. Dr. Carroll, V.GL, the Eevs. P. L. Coonan, P.P., J. Moynagh, C. Conway, Hogan, limoney, Bunbury, O Driscoll, Lynch, Mullen, Fitzgerald, Dunn, G-ay nor, Kennedy, McCarthy, Fleming, Dunne, King, E. Rohan, and Kirby, Mr. and Mrs. Eogers, Mrs. and Miss 'Walsh, Mr. and Mrs. Hales, Mrs. Mulqueeney, Mrs. Finuegan, Mrs. Dive, Mr. and Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Moore, Mrs. and Miss Clark, Mrs N. Egerton, Mrs. Wall, Miss Spillane, Mr. Joseph Walshe, and also Sister Mary Baptiste, prin cipal, and other Sisters of the Good Samaritan. A programme, consisting of choruses, vocal and instrumental items, and recitations, was excellently performed by the pupils. Solos were given by Misses Gertie Hayes and M. Egerton, recitations by Misses S. Eogers, May Prince, an...

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