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

POTOSI HAIRDEESSING SALOON, 680 AND 682 GEORGE STREET. 1O HAIROXJTTBBS, JiHAYINti, 3d.; HAIEtUTTlNG, 6d. ; SINGEING (Specially Recommended for Weak Hair), 6d. BO'Vft' MAIU€UTrfllVG A WP.KCIA1ITY. Schools and Institutions waited on at Reduced Price. The Clergy waited on at their Private Eosidenco at any time by ringing tip Telephone 1108. RAZORS GROUND AND JiET. We aro the BEST RAZOR SETTERS in New South Wales, and understand the kind of edge required to ensure an Easy Shave. Let us have them to flx up for you. Receipt given for every Razor. .I* A. !-!!*)£ ?— Send us your SCISSORS to be ground. We will make them Cut Beautifully. Largo or Small, One Price— 8d. CRAIG AND AITKKN, 680-2 George Street, Sydney.

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
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St. Peter's, Surry Hills. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 December 1895

St. Peter's, Surry Hills. On last Monday night, in St. Peter's Hall, the children of St. Peter's Convent Schools delighted a very large audience by an agreeable and varied entertainment. Songs, recitations, calisthenic exercises, charming violin selections and pianoforte pieces caused the time to glide rapidly by, and tor the nonce completely chased dull care away. One of the most in teresting features of the performance was an exhibition in drill under the captaincy of Master Bertie Fitzpatrick, in which a ' Broom Brigade,' a body of young lads each armed with a broomstick, performed a series of bright evolutions and made a statement calculated to afford considerable relief to Major-General Hutton, to the effect that if the Eussians in vade us they were prepared to ' sweep ' them into the sea. Very pretty 'tableaux' followed, and everything was carried out with such ease and precision as to show how careful must have been the training that their excellent teachers had bestowed upon...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 December 1895

TliE f ABW, In studying the outlook of the present season there is much that speaks out plainly as a practical object lesson to farmers. The daily reports to hand clearly prove that it is abso lutely necessary to sow early, in order to ensure the production of a crop in any season. This . ii.iii i i i i . is more maritea m tne wnont ana otner grain crops than in any other on the farm. In almost every instance it is stated that the early-sown crops is highly satisfactory, and in the majority of cases are yielding better than for years past, whereas the late-sown are almost a complete failure in every district. With these facts before them, it is to be hoped that the farmers will take time by the forelock and prepare for the sowing of their wheat crops as early as possible, as it not only ensures freedom from rust and other pests, but gives a good yield in dry seasons, as has been clearly proved by experience of the past one. The best time to sow is the last week in February, or first...

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

sSSggfs ' GLADSTONE TOBACCO.' LARGE PLUG- & MATCHES, 6d. IB IV Q 1%, BK CSlf'S ^Mk&m'Mo WEEK'S SUPPLY, *lb PLUG-, 9d. Agents - MCCARTHY & CO., Haymarket.

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THE FARMERS' POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 December 1895

THE FARMERS' POSITION. As the farmer casts his influence, so the nation is swayed. The common-sense of the farmer is the court of last appeal, when the question of sustaining a war or a great change of policy comes up. To be prepared for this responsibility, let all think for themselves, then read widely and discuss. Form reading clubs, so as to see the leading magazines and news papers. Send the most sensible farmers to the Legislatures. In these and many other ways you will learn to agree and the whole country with you, that the farm pays.

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HINTS TO FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 December 1895

HINTS TO FARMERS. Partners will find that there is no one thing of more importance, in order to ensure success, than the improvement of the class of farm stock kept on the farm, from the cow or horse to the jug or hen. By the careful selection of certain strains, suitable for certain localities, success is almost certain under experienced management. It matters not what kind of stock is raised, only the best should be retained, as in this way a better grade will be on the farm each year until the herd is made as perfect as possible. Should the present animals be inferior, dispose o f them as soon as possible, and retain only the best, or buy superior animals for breeding, purposes. Changes cannot be made at once, Dili; every opportunity should, oe taiien to mane even a good herd better. A great assistance in the improvement is to pay strict attention to the feeding of the animals. In the majority of cases there are cows, if more liberally fed, would give a much larger 3neld of milk,...

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

J. IjYIsrOEC So CO., Wholesale Wine and Spirit Merchants, Corner op Harrington and G-rosvenor Sts., CHURCH HILL, SYDNEY. ONLY Best Quality of Australian and Imported Wines, Irish and Scotch Whiskies, Ales and Stout. Altar Wine a Speciality. N'. COLLINS, SOLICITOR, STEPHEN COURT, 81 ELIZABETH STREET (4 DOORS FROM KING STREET), SYDNEY. ? NEWMAN'S ? nSTE-W' cc AUTO SISIPIA.*3 PORTRAIT; POSITIVELY PERMANENT. NEWMAN'S ATELIER 314 GEORGE STREET. Telephone No. 1050. AQ A f TNJPllPOQ Beautiful Silver-plate, o S/\U 1^1 U*JL-it\-5j Watches, and Jewellery, GI5 & 8S7 GEORGE ST. (0pp. Railway Station), SYDNEY. ? . 0KND FOR jgssK ^^iySsv Price Mat. Pickles. Pure Silver on White Metal -7/6, 10/., 12/6, 16/-, 17/6, 20I-, similar to abov*. ??^s* — ? M-i.|i^al»ri1M^=~ i?Jratola88 Cake Bftskot, 1'ure Silver & White Metal 17/6, 20/-, 22/6, 27/6, 30/-, elmilftr to Above. Biscuit DarrclH. Out) Glass. Puro Silver Plato— 13/6, 16/6, 17/6, 21/ 4fo Pure Silver on White Metal. Ten Spoons, 7/6 ...

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

N.S.W. FRESH FOOD & ICE CO.. LTD.. ^ ( The COUNTRY MILK TRADE. The CREAMERY SYSTEM OE^v ^ Ptauon of 5 The FACTORY SYSTEM OF BUTTER- BUTTER-MAKING (which has done / p.^^ of h^m/s=h / MAKING) which has done so much more). f ^.^ * I for the colony and Colonies). REFRIGERATION. ICE-MAKING. ) * 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) j _' _' JJ mo^l^amcade - } for AFTERN00N TEA- rwvywyv«vxyyyww-fyHyvvw«vyyv*tt-^^ fw wywffiwwfi«wwi«,«ftM^wff oonnwy^nffff ftnooo-.. Bfv-onngww.«wwwa twgogwwwwwoooo 'wwvuvwwvwbws jw w- wot .waMfflWOTflWwn Note. — A rrangements may be made at either of theae Depots for Afternoon Teas for Private Parties. P*~THE FISH SHOP AT 135 KING STREET IS ONE OF THE BEST IN THE WORLDS SEND ORDERS TO THE 'HEAD OFFICE,' 25 HARBOUR STREET—THEY WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION'. AGENTS EVERYWHERE, ' H. PATESON, MANAGER. J...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 December 1895

NOTES AND COMMENTS. Christmas is approaching with the thrilling memories that it recalls telling us of the stupendous compassion of the Almighty, and of the importance of even the beggar and the lowliest of the poor. It is a time that tears away, or that ought to do so at least, the artificial barriers that so cruelly and sharply divide the members or the great human family, and places all of us, whatever may be our refinement or delicacy, however sumptuously we may feast or gorgeously we may be attired, however high we may be accustomed to sit above our less fortunate fellows, on a footing of perfect equality in the presence of the supreme Being who looks but to the honesty of our motives and to the integrity of our lives. Naturally at such a time the fountains of mercy, so frequently hermetically sealed, are opened in the human breast, and we are disposed to do something to lighten the weary burdens and to brighten the bleak, dark, desolate lives of the numbers born to the heritag...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 December 1895

OUB, CHRISTiAS NUMBER On MONDAY NEXT. INTERESTING STORIES, SPARKLING BITS. fHE CHRISTMAS NUMBER of « THE CATHOLIC PRESS 'will be published on MONDAY NEXT, DECEMBER 23, and will contain some SPECIALLY IN TERESTING ARTICLES. To prevent delay, NEWS AGENTS are requested to send in their Orders for EXTRA SUPPLY as early as possible. THE CATHOLIC PRESS IS TMK BRIGHTEST AND CHEAPEST WEEKLY JOURNAL IN THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE. REMEMBER THE DATE : MONDAY NEXT, DEO. 23. GENERAL OFFICES: LINCOLN'S INN CHAMBERS, 38 ELIZABETH STREET, BEST AUSTRALIAN WINE& ALTAR WINES_ A_ SPECIALTY* ' WARATAJ-T_BRAND.' FJSJfcDJLi, N1STWM.AN J±ND OOMJPAJSTY TELEPHONE 1977. 29 O'OONNELL STREET, SYDNEY. '

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

HOWAT & McPHAIL, CLERICAL OUTFITTERS, Robe & Gown Makers, 10 PARK STREET, SYDNEY (UPSTAIES).

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THE PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 December 1895

THE PEODUCE MAEKETS. Trade on Friday and Saturday last was small, and on Tuesday the auction sales had an appreciable effect on the volume of business on the wharves. There has been a limited demand for lucerne and chaff. Yery little enquiry has been shown for maize, and prices average from 3s. 3d. to 3s. 4d. per bushel. Bran and pollard are dull, with slightly reduc ing values. The following are the quotations : — Maize. — Prime river maize quoted at 3s. 3d. to 3s. 4d. per bushel. Oats. — Prime, 2s. Ojd.to 2s. lOd. per bushel. Cape Barley. — Quoted at 2s. Sd. to 2s. 9d. Peas. — Blue, prime, 5s. j grey, 4s. 3d. per bushel. Chickwheat. — Best whole sum pies, 3s. 10|d. to 3s. lid.; screenings, 3s. Gd. per bushel. Chaff — Imported chaff : Adehude — Holders quote £4 17s. (-d. to £5. Tasinanian — Prime, £4 15s., £5. Local — Prime, £4 15s.; medium, £4 5s. to £4 10s. per ton. Hay. — Local oaten, in bundles : Prime, £6 15s.; medium, £5 10s. per ton. Straw. — Local, £2 15s. to £3 ; Tasinania...

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COMMERCIAL. WEDNESDAY. IMPORT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 December 1895

COMMERCIAL. ? ♦ ? Wednesday. IMPORT MAEKET. The tariff alterations have had a weakening effect on the market during the week. Busi ness has been o£ a restricted nature, Christinas goods being the exceptions. 'Wheat is quoted at 4s. 3d. for local and 4s. 8d. for imported. During the week 437 tons of wheat have come to hand by rail, and 80 tons of flour. There was no enquiry for tea in the early part of the week. At the City Mart to-day 567 packages of Indian and Ceylon teas were offered, and a moderate business was transacted. Dried fruits are still being enquired for, and several hundred cases of elemes and sultanas have changed hands at 4Jd. The demand for condensed milk is in creasing, and G-old Medal is selling freely, also Nestle' s. Messrs. Harris and Ackman report having sold : — 25 kegs of dried apples, 4s., duty paid ; 50 boxes elemes, 3d. ; 50 cases Morton's jams, 5s. 3d. ; 25 cases tomato sauce, 3s. 6d. ; 42 tins spices, 5d. and Gd. ; 15 cases preserved ginger, 8s. per doz...

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

OT. MARGARET'S MATERNITY HOME, 561 ELIZABETH STREET, SYDNEY. Women received for Accouohrnent. No restriction to Class or Creed. A Staff of Competent Nurses 'kept. CONDUCTED BY MRS. ABBOTT. JT. FAT/LON'S BUJRIQ ALBUEY WINES.— 400 Murals, ? including- those from the Exhibitions of Amsterdam, Bor cloaux, Vienna, Calcutta, Philadelphia, London, etc., etc. —Mr. FAI1T4ON positively g-uarautees Absolute Purity, and, for, a healthy, nutritious bevorny-e of a superior flavour, claims that his product a binds at tho head of all Wines. He has fche greatest; conJUdoneo in recommending for Amah Usk, having the distin guished patronngo of His Eiuinonco tho Cardinal-Archbishop of Sydney, His Lordship of Maitland, His Lordship of Goul bnrn, His Lordship of Wilcanuia, His Lordship of Graftou. Okntkaij Dm pot: 93 Y011K STREET, SYDNEY. \ ~' ? ?' ' ? ? J Hh-M- » J Dr. Waugh is a fiiend of our nice, - , Over most others he holds pride of phio--, \ \ Caterer* bless hi n while pustiy they iimku, » J Trium...

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DR. DELANEY'S COMMEMORATION ADDRESS. (TO THE EDITOR CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 December 1895

DR. DELANEY'S COMMEMORATION ADDRESS. (to the editor catholic press.) Sir, — Some Sydney people of more pre tensions than ability condemned the address delivered by Dr. Delaney at the last Commemoration Day at St. John's, and re ported in your issue of last week. To hinder a person of even very common-place intelli gence from being ? crushed under the over whelming weight of conceited stupidity that such as these unsparingly hurled at the heads of the unoffending people within range of their voices, he would require to summon to his aid the strength and consolation of an exalted philo sophy. He would needs require to ponder on the sublime truthfulness of the principle that ' omne quod recipitur, secundum modum re cipientis recipitur ' — Whatever is received is received according to the disposition of the recipient.' The best paint put on a damp, filthy wall makes but a poor appearance. The fault, however, is not in the paint. Dr. Delaney, in his beautiful address, treated of the gran...

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AFFAIRS IN ALBURY. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 December 1895

. ? + ? AFFAIRS IN ALBITRY. (to the editor ot? the catholic press.) Sir, — Seeing the Catholic Press very favourably noticed in two of our local papers, the Daily News and Banner, I got the loan of your paper from a friend to have a read of it. I am so pleased with it that I will become a subscriber from the beginning of the year, and will recommend it to my triends. It is a grand paper for Catholics, splendidly edited, well printed, and the price very moderate — only 5s. the half-year, paid in advance. If you send a travelling canvasser to Albury you ought to get at least 50 subscribers in the district. Father Dunne is doing all in his power to bring the Catholic Press under the notice of the people. I have no doubt the two priests in Albury will follow his good example. The schools will be breaking up next week for the Christmas vacation. The nuns, as usual, have been most successful with their schools ; they have over 350 children on the rolls in their primary schools between Alb...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE PETERSHAM CEMETERY. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 December 1895

OORRE SPONDENOE . ? ^ THE PETEBSHAM CEMETERY. (to the editor op the catholic press.) Sir, — 'With your kind permission I desire to draw under the notice of our fellow Catholic citizens who are interested in the Petersham Cemetery the absolute necessity of providing a new fence around the whole of this sacred part of God's acre. Sad it is to have to state the present one is really no protection to the graves of our beloved. For yards and yards the whole of the fence is now down, thereby giving free admission of animals of every kind ; and, I regret to state, ill-disposed people making free use of the above ground, causing endless damage to graves, etc., of those near and dear to many of our Catholic people. Therein taking their holy rest are such men as John Bede Polding, our late saintly and beloved Archbishop, Edward Butler, Dr. Forrest, Faucetts, Coveneys, Punchs, McDonoughs, Callachors, Slatterys, Jennings, etc., etc., good and respected in life, who have helped to advance our Ho...

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SYDNEY WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 December 1895

SYDNEY WOOL SALES. The Sydney Wool Selling Brokers' Associa tion report that wool sales were held on Tuesday at the Wool Exchange, Macquarie place, when the quantity catalogued totalled 8,490 bales, and the sales amounted to 7,513 bales, as under : — John Bridge and Co, offered 6,080 bales, and sold 4,531 bales at auction and 939 bales privately ; MoBurney, Wallis, and Co. offered 1,580 bales, and sold 1,144 bales at auction and 83 bales privately ; Campbell, Niinmo, and Co. offered 830 bales, and sold 648 bales at auction and 173 bales privately. The market was very brisk, strong competi tion for all except faulty sorts characterising the sales throughout. No alteration in prices can be recorded, though, as compared with a week ago, very low qualities have a tendency to ease in value, and are neglected by buyers. Broken fleece and bulky pieces met the same eager demand which has prevailed since the opening of the weekly series, other skirtings being in almost equal request. Scoured...

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

mHB COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY X OF SYDNEY, Limited, Capital Paid Up ? o8983,445 0 0 Capital Called Up ? 16,555 0 0' Reserve Fund ? 1,010,000 0 0 Reserve Liability ... ... 1,000,000 0 0 DIRECTORS : Edward Knox, Esq., Chairman G. J. Cohen, Esq., Deputy Chairman Hon. H. E. Kator, M.L.C. Hon. Henry Moses, M.L.C. Richard Jones, Esq. T. A. Dibbs, Esq.., General Manager. AUDITORS : Sir W. P. Manning Edward Chisholm, Esq. HEAD OFFICE, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. T. A. Dibbs, General Manager. T. B. G-aden, Assistant Manager and Chief Inspector. A. J. Soutur, Accountant. W. C. B. Tiley, H. H. Massie, W. H. Pinhey, Inspectors. LONDON OFFICE, 18 BIRCHIN LANE. Directors : Sir J. A. Youl, K.C.M.G. 5 A. O. Robinson, Esq. 5 F. H. Dangar, Esq.; Benj. Buchanan, Esq. Manager — Nathaniel Cork. Branches throughout the colony of New South Wales and in Queensland. Agencies throughout the world. No. 34. NOW READY, No. 34. C HEIST MAS NUMBER OE THE AUSTRALIAN MUSICAL MAGAZINE, 40 PAGES OF SELECTED MUSIC, THE BI...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 December 1895

Truth is always consistent with itself, and needs nothing to help it out. It is always near at hand, and sits upon our lips, and is ready to drop out before we are aware ; whereas a lie is troublesome, and sets a man's invention upon the rack ; and one trick needs a great many more to make it good.

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