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

COUNTRY MILK COMPANY, 137-155 PALMER STREET. MILK, BUTTER, CREAM, EGGS, POULTRY, PASTRY, Delivered Twice Daily in Oity and Suburbs. F. HARVEY, Manager. CHAS. ANDERSON, TAILOB AND OUTFITTED, 30 and '.12 OXFORD STREET, SYDNEY (Near Hyde Park). Patronised by his Eminence the Cardinal- Archbishop and by the Very Rev. and Rev. the Clergy of the Archdiocese of Sydney. CLERICAL DEPARTMENT.— All Clothing Requi sites by the Very Best Makers. FIRST-CLASS CUTTERS, and a staff with thorough experience of the particular wants of Clergymen. SILK HATS A SPECIALTY. Separate Show Rooms and Fitting' Rooms set apart, exclusively private. Inspection or inquiry by correspondence respect fully invited. COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS SPECIAL TERMS. A USTRALIAN GENERAL CATHOLIC DEPOT. LOUIS GIlTe & Co., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOKSELLERS, Manufacturers of Church Requisites, 75 LIVERPOOL STREET, & 586 GKEOEGKE STREET, SYDNEY. We have purchased the Stock of Books and Estab lishment of MESSRS. FINN BROS. ...

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

STEWART DAWSON & CO.'S The Greatest Show in Australia this Year at our Sydney Establishment. 0-ot. Gold Brooch, 15/6. Silver1, 5/ Ofchei' designs (gold) 5/6 to 10/6; Elegant Bow Brooch, Oct., 15/6; 15 ct., £1 5 ; Silver 4/6. New Design Sporting Brooch, 15 ct, Gold, Pearl Shoe, £2 17 6.f Electro- Silver Breakfast Cruet, complete, with Spoons, 13/6. 9-ct. Gold Bracelet, £1 10. Other design, 18/6 to 40/ ': 9-ct. Gold Brooch, 8/6 ; Silvor,52/6.5 Solid Silver Trinket Box, 4$ by U in., £2 2. 15-ct. Gold Heart Brooch, Set Pearls, £2 2. Ladies Ring, 7 Dia monds, 2 Sapphires^ [18ct.;£410. — \ Pin and Stud, 15-ct. Gold, 10 Diamonds, 1 ? Ruby, £7 17 6. Diamond Rings,) £10 10 to £30. 15-ct, Gold Pin, 15/6. Silver, 4/6. Collar Studs: 15-ct. Gold, 7/6 9-ct. Gold, 5/6. iitopasjl Jam or Marmalade Dish, Out-Glass Body, Electro Silver Mounts, 11/6. Heavy 18-ct. Gold Links, Sot with 4 Diamonds, £8 10. Without Diamonds, £3 10. Wedding Rings, 18-ct. Gold, 21/- to 50/ Ladies Fine Silver Watch, £1...

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STILL UNITED FOR ALL THAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 December 1895

STILL UNITED FOR ALL THAT. We have read, with some vexation and a little amusement, speeches delivered the other day at Draperstown by Mr. John Dillon and Mr. William O'Brien. Reso lutions passed at the meeting were so impor tant, and- gave to the speakers so much that was admirable and interesting to speak about, that it is vexatious to see how they turned away from main issues and dwelt principally on the divisions that the oppo nents of the Irish cause are now turning to profit, and which, as Mr. Davitt lately assured us, are much lighter in reality than on paper they ^ appear to be. Mr. O'Brien's graphic description of the ease with which Mr. Healy disposes of all who ventured to dissent from him forms matter for amusement. Whatever may be said of Mr. Tim Healy, nobody can deny that he is a remarkably smart man. That, moreover, however much he may be tempted to condemn him, Mr. Dillon still retains confidence in him is evident from Mr. Dillon's own words. ' I am inclined,' he sa...

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

THE LARGEST AND BEST SHOE STORE IN AUSTRALIA. LOWEST PRICES, GREAT VAEIETY, UNEQUALLED VALUE. Have you seen our Display? If not, come right away and view it. Our Strong Points are : Boots and Shoes that Wear, and are RIGHT IN PRICE, RIGHT IN SHAPE AND FIT EXACT. All Qualities on Hand. Abolition of Duty on Boots has been anticipated. We do not wait until next year to Eeduce Prices. A Tea, Reading, and Writing Room, with Lavatories attached, provided for Lady Customers* BETWEEN' KING- STREET AND GKENEEAL POST OFFICE. '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 aiDpear...

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

SOCIAL. A, To 'prevent delay and disappointment, social news should he forwarded so as to reach this office not later than Tuesday in each iveeh. ? ? * On Tuesday morning the Governor, accom panied by Mr. Gathorne Hardy, P.S., visited the Lands Office. A large garden party was given on 'Wednes- dny afternoon at Government House, and was a brilliant success. *** On Thursday last Lady Hampden left for Sutton '.Forest, and on Friday the Governor and suite journeyed to the vice-regal country residence. * Dr. Marano, the Italian Consol, returned to Sydney on Monday, after a trip to Italy and England extending over 16 months. * The Hotel Metropole has been largely patronised during the past fortnight. The visitors included Mr. and Mrs. M. 0. Cowli shaw and family, who have let 'Nirvana' to Major liennie, and purpose leaving for Eng land in January; Mr. Acting Justice Cohen, Mrs. Cohen, and family; Mr. and Mrs. 2?itz william Wentworth and family, who have recently returned from Europe ; an...

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

Telephone 1482. DENTIST, ST. JAMES5 CHAMBERS, Opposite the Queen's Statue, KING STREET. NOTE. 1. The exact Eee can be ascertained before the work is undertaken. 2. Where there are two or more members of a family to be attended to, a Special Reduction is allowed. 3. A Duly-qualified Lady Assistant is always in attendance. The Scale of Fees, also the Methods of Saving the Teeth, as practised by Mb. HARE IS, can be obtained upon ? ? application to above address.

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

MINING. Sydney Stock Exchange. — The latest quota tions were : — Buyer. Seller. COAL. Stockton ... 4/4-... 4/8 Vale of Clwydd ... 4/ ... — Wallsend ... — ... 21 Waratah ... 40/6... — Wiokhain & Bullock Is land ? — ... 9/3 Ditto, prefer ential .£1 paid ? 20/ ... — COPPER. Great Cobar 15/ ... — New Mount Hope ... 2/ ... — Lake George United ... 8/0... 8/9 Nyrnagee ... 27/9... — SILVER. Broken Hill .. 55/0... 50/9 Block 10 ... 19/ ... 81/ B. H. North 7/5 ... 7/7 Nth. Central 2/1 ... 2/2 Junction .. 42/6... — Ditto, North 12/ ... 12/4 B.H. South... 15/9... — Ditto, con. ... 12/3... 18/ GOLD. Brilliant, C. Towers .,, 15/6... 17/ BrilliantExt, 8/9 ... — Croesus ... 11/3... 12/6 Buyer. Seller. Croesus Ex- I tended ... 2/6... 2/8 Golden Bar.. — ... 1j Gr't Boulder 5/15/..5/17/6 Gr't Mercury — ... 4/6 Hannan's Re ward N'th 4/ ... 4/9 Hustler's Reef, Ben digo, No. 1 5/ ... 7/0 Kaipai - Ver- . mont ... — ... 10/ Moon's ? 3/0 Maritana ? 15/9 Monte Chris to, con. ... 1/ ... 2/ Mount Alle...

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

K. JP* MORTON, Shirt Maker, SUPERIOR CLASS OF HOSIERY, COLLARS, HATS, SCARFS, PYJAMAS. 195 HTT STREET, SYDNEY (STRAND),

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

OBITUARY. .^ ? ^ ? It is our painful duty to record the death of Mrs. Andrew White, of Grabben Gullen. The sad event took place on Sunday, 8th inst. Her illness, though of a painful nature, was borne with Christian resignation, and she died forti fied by the rites of Holy Church, of which she was a devoted member. Deceased, who was the third daughter of Mr. Hugh McCormick, of Wheeo, was only 23 years of age. She was married to Mr. A. White about ten months ago, at Crookwell, by the Rev. J. J. Gaffey. The remains were interred in the Wheeo Cemetery on 10th inst., and were followed by a large concourse of friends and sympathisers. The Rev. P. F. O'Shea officiated at the grave. The deepest sympathy is expressed for Mr. A. White and Mr. H. McCormick and family in their sad bereavement. — R.I. P. ' We record with deep regret the death of the Rev. W. Drinan, S. J., son of Mr. T. Drinan, of Branxton, which took place at his father's residence after a long illness, on Friday, the 13th inst....

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St. Mary's Cathedral Girls' School. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 21 December 1895

St. Mary's Cathedral Girls' School. The annual exhibition 'given by St. Mary's Girls' School is generally looked forward to with anxiety, not only by the parents and friends of the children, but also by many of the clergy. On. Thursday, 12th December, the usual entertainment and distribution of prizes took place. His Eminence the Cardinal pre sided, and among the clergv there were also present, Yery Eev. J. Carroll, V. G., Very Eev. Dr. O'Haran, Fathers M'Dermott, Phelan, Kirby, Walsh, Carroll, T. Hayclen and 'W. Hayden. The decoration of the stage and hall added much to the long and varied programme pre sented to the audience. On His Eminence entering, a ' Welcome ' chorus was sung by the choir. This was fol lowed by a brilliant performance of Mendel ssohn's ' Wedding March,' played by Misses Moriarty, O'Sullivan, Williams and Kelly. Scenes from the life of St. Francis Xavierwere admirably pictured in the ' Tableaux Vivants.' At one time the Saint was represented preach ing ^ to a ...

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

IRELAND. (From Contemporaries.) - The Irish priesthood has been deprived of a venerable and distinguished member, by the death, which recently occurred, of the 'Very Rev. Thomas Bernard O'Riordan of Killarney, first cousin of Daniel O'Connell, the Liberator. Father O'Riordan had attained the age of ninety-three years. He was the son of the late S. W. Stephen O Riordan, or Gortroe, near Killarney, and was the oldest of twelve children, of whom five were dedicated to the Church. His education was begun at the People's College, Killarney, which has long since ceased to exist. He passed to the Dublin University, and there took the B.A. degree. He was a distinguished linguist, and was able to speak seven languages fluently. He went next to Temple Bar, London, and studied law with his cousin, Daniel O'Connell. After studying a short time here his health broke down, and he went to America. He pursued his legal studies, and though he would not be a recognised citizen until after five years ...

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Christian Brothers' High School, Balmain. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 December 1895

Christian Brothers' High School, Balmain. The annual distribution of prizes was held in the Town Hall. The Very Hev. Doan Healy, in the unavoidable absence of the liight Rev. Dr. Higgins, presided. A capital pro gramme was performed. Dean Healy made reference to the high state of efficiency evinced by the pupils, which reflected much credit upon tlie Christian Brothers, The Mayor (Alderman Milne) also spoke, presenting one of the boys, Robert Christie, with half a sovereign as a special prize for his performance during the evening in the comedy. Mr. H. Hoyle moved a hearty vote of thanks to the very rev. chair man, and promised a gold medal for the dux of the school during the ensuing term. The following were the prize-winners j — Junior University Examinations: — Denis Cona ghan (dux of the school) , gold medal for English literature, geometry, arithmetic, algebra, geography, history, and geology; Louis Law, gold medal for English literature, geometry, arithmetic, geography, geolog...

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St. Kieran's Convent School, Golden Grove. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 December 1895

St. Kieran's Convent School, Golden Grove. The annual distribution of prizes took place at the above Convent School on Tuesday after noon. The Eight llev. Dr. Higgins presided, and the Yery liev. Dr. Carroll and the lievs. J. Carroll, P. Timoney, Phelan, Hyland, Kerwick, Conway, 'Whyte, T. O'lieilly, j. O'Keilly, and P. J. Baugh, of St. Kieran's Parish, were present. A most successful entertainment was given. The Bishop spoke highly in com mendation of the work of the school.

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St. Augustine's High School, East Balmain. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 December 1895

St. Augustine's High School, East Balmain. The annual entertainment and distribution of prizes in connection with St. Augustine's High School, East Balmain, took place on Thursday, in the large hall of the College of the Immaculate Conception. There was a large attendance. At the conclusion of the entertainment Dean Healy, who presided, made reference to the marked advances the school had made. The following were the principal prize-winners: — Maggie Byrnes, silver modal for good conduct j' Annio Sheohan, geography; Annie Schneider, arith metic 5 Martha .Downs, writing1 ; Hannah Saunders, general improvement} Cissie Crego, English} May Creighton, arithmetic; Florrie G-andon, reading; Mary Robertson, arithmetic j Annie Mehan, English ; Annie Curran, arithmetic 5 Teresa Jackson, improve ment in arithmetic ; Kitty Morris, reading j Winnie Griffiths, reading; Mary Lynch, music; Gertie Paterson, arithmetic; Ethel Weller, needlework; Alice Gallagher, a2Dplication ; Ettie Skelton, elocu ti...

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St. Joseph's School, Rockdale. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 December 1895

St. Joseph's School, Rockdale. The annual distribution of prizes at St. Joseph's .'Roman Catholic School, Kockdale, was made on Friday morning, the 13th inst. The prizetakers were : — Mary 'Walz, Ethel Shepherd, Ruth Spring, Vera Burgess, Lily .Burgess, Cherry Shepherd, Ida Corbett, Nor bert buirord, iwa Shepherd, (ieorge Spring, Willie Q-irsin, Philip McNab, Annie 'Walz, Florrie Oorbett, John McHugh, James Don nellan, John Searson, May Frake, G-eorge McNab, Katie McHugh, Annie Coyle, Daniel Lee, Daniel Carroll, Louisa North, May Mularky, Maggie Corker, Harold Dunne, May McQ-arry, Q-ladys Oorbett, Albert Spring, Albert Coyle, Basil G-ifEord, Annie Burns, Oswald Dunne, Tony Walz, Carrie Thackeray, Ethel Shepherd, Willie Q-irsin.

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St. Francis' School. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 December 1895

St. Francis' School. The pupils of St. Francis' School, Hay market, gave an interesting entertainment last week in the Guild Hall, Castlereagh-street. There were present — the Right Rev. Monsignor O'Brien, Brothers J. Bunbury and Conway, Brother Henry, Messrs. J. E. S. Henerie, L. Bridge, and others. The programme was opened with an overture, ' Magenta.' Then followed a chorus, ' Hearts of Oak,' well ren dered by the pupils. The next item was a drill display, in which all the pupils took part. Mr. W. 0. Anderson, the instructor, had thoroughly coached the bojs, and they performed the various movements with marked success. Mr. F. A. Price contributed 'The End of the Song,' and was loudly applauded. He is the possessor of a good voice, and used it to great advantage. Masters A. Chadwick, 'W'. Ohad wick, A. Gillespie, and 0. Oocksedge then danced the Highland Fling, and Master M. O'Donnell followed with a vocal solo, 'The Little Hero.' The following items were also contributed: — Violi...

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OUR CHRISTMAS TALE. FOR CONSCIENCE SAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 December 1895

OUR CHRISTMAS TALE. * ? ♦ ? FOR CONSCIENCE SAKE. (Written for The Catholic Press by the Editor.) The great church of the Madeleine was thronged with people, 'We do not know that it would be quite exact to call them wor shippers. Worshippers there were, no doubt, many and sincere, but there were many also who had been attracted by curiosity, for midnight Mass at the great churches was one of the sights of Paris. It needed an early attendance to find a place — even standing 'room. — and those who came late could hardly get near the doors. The sight, even for those who went to see only, was grand and impres sive. All the splendour of Catholic worship was put forth for the festival. Over the city the stars were shining brightly. The Bky was frosty and clear, forming a crystal dome above the place where the holy sacrifice was being offered. It seemed to need but a little stretch of the imagination to see the angel choirs gleam out, and hear them sing their anthems. Within the church was ...

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St. Mary's Convent, Wollongong. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 December 1895

St. Mary's Convent, Wollongong. A numerously attended entertainment took place on Tuesday evening. The prizes were distributed by Mr. A. Campbell, M.P., and Mr. J. A. Beatson, Mayor, with the Rev. Father Byrne, also delivered congratulatory addresses.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 December 1895

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Christian Brothers' High School, Petersham. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 December 1895

Christian Brothers' High School, Petersham. The annual distribution of prizes in connec tion with this school took place in the Town Hall on Wednesday night, the Right Rev. Monsignor O'Brien, D.D., rector of St. John's College, presiding. There was an exceptionally large attendance, the hall being filled to its greatest capacity. The prize list was as follows : — Junior University Examinations. — Harold Oakes, English, Latin, arithmetic, geometry, algebra, Eng lish history, geography; Charles Sidney, English history, geography, arithmetic, geometry, algebra, inorganic chemistry ; Leo Cawley, English, arithme tic, geometry, algebra, English history ; Arthur Molony, English history, geography, arithmetic, geometry, inorganic chemistry ; James Rooney, Eng lish, geography, English history, arithmetic, geome try; Herbert Punch, pharmaceutical entrance ex amination; Arthur Hobson, Bankers' Institute examination.

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