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

OSCAR WAHLBEKG, MEMBER SYDNEY STOCK EXCHANGE, STOCK AND SHARE BROKER, 25 Hunt dm Stiieet, Sydney. VLL Communications promptly attended to. Latest quotations from the Colonies supplied. Exchange quotations forwarded three times daily. 81VIOILE Tl ^1 f\ B , LL MILDEST' MAlHlflii-HADji liU-5ilJ Vi^HIUllUfcJ SWEEfEST! BEST! CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES. W. T. WATERS & CO., LADIES' OUTFITTERS, KING STREET. Wo aro Opening This Woolc J'urtlioi1 N O 'V K 1j T I K S3 SPECIALLY IMPORTED, Particularly in MILLINERY, GLOVES, SILK BLOUSES. D BESS PIECES IN GRENADINE, CREPON, STRIPED CAMBRICS. SUNSHADES, Etc. W. T. WATEKS .AND CO., KING STREET. NOTICE TO AGENTS. Tie Catholic Press Will for tlie future be Published on THTTHSDAY Instead of FRIDAY. For At Stationery jyiOOERN and Printing prices ££££§11? HUNTER ST. IN GEORGE ST., SYDNEY ? ? l_ The Studios, 115 King-street. OUR SPECIALTY — Enlargements in Oils or Black and White ; Family, College, or School Groups ; Mernoriam Miniature Cards, Panels and...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
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St. Thomas' School, Lewisham. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 December 1895

St. Thomas' School, Lewisham. The breaking-up of this school took place on Thursday, the Rev. Father Long, P.P., presid ing. A drama, entitled ' The Reverse of the Medal,' in which a good number of the scholars took part, was admirably performed. Prizes were distributed as follows : — Fifth class : Gold medal for good conduct, awarded by vote to May Kearney. Silver medal for religious knowledge, highest marks attained by Harriet Mecham. Application to study and drawing, Hilda Cannon. Fourth class : Christian doctrine, Cecelia Robinson and Blanche Musgrave ; aggregate merit, Cecelia Eobinson ; application to study and ladylike deportment, Annie Eeidy ; Bible history, Blanche Musgrave; English and Australian history, Lydia Eolfe; general improvement, Violet Condon. Third class : Religious knowledge, Agnes Sharkey ; aggre gate merit, Lottie Long ; arithmetic and Australian history, Katie Walsh; general improvement, Maggie Connery 5 grammar and geography, Elsie Morgan ; application and ...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"THE CATHOLIC PRESS." LIST OF AGENTS. CITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 December 1895

'THE CATHOLIC FBJ3SS.' LIST OF AGENTS. CITY. George Street ? Finn Bros. (Central Arcade) .. S. Kirby West .. .. McAuliffe ,, . . . . Mrs. Murray ' „ .. .. a. mil ,, ,, . . . . J. Russell Pitt Street, 366 ? J. King ,, 230 ? A. Phillips Castlereagh Street ? MoNamara Liverpool Street ? Dawbins „ ? Bookstall Co. Elizabeth Street ? Fogg )} ? Bookstall Co. ,, Haymarket . . W. Jones ,, South .. .. Mrs. Allan Park Street ? Bookstall Co. Erskine Street ? H. Beyer Sussex Street ? Creedon William Street ? C. T. Anderson „ ? W.Foster Oxford Street ? Mrs. Manning ,, . . .. . . Mrs. Mooney Crown Street ? J. Grieve ,, . . . . . . Mrs. Shying Riley Street ? CKtfcins Albion Street ? Mrs. Shying Macquarie Street ... .. .. R. Cambridge Abercrombie Street ? Mrs. Cusack

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Convent School, Mount Carmel. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 December 1895

Convent School, Mount Carmel. One of the most admirable entertainments given in our schools this year was that by the pupils of this Convent on last 'Wednesday overling. His Lordship Dr. Higgina presided, there being present the Rev. J. Collins, P.P., Fathers Brody, O'Callaghan, O'Driscoll, Holland, and Bunbury, and the Rev. Dr. Bourke (Manly). The Mayor of Waterloo (Alderman Navin) was also in attendance. The large hall was uncomfortably crowded ; nevertheless, the large gathering must have been gratifying to the Sisters and pupils, and also evidenced the interest that the people of the district are taking in their excellent school. Some pretty musical pieces were first offered, and proved very entertaining. A charming operetta, ' The Children's Queen,' was grace fully presented. The scenes were varied and picturesque, the dialogue vigorous and refined, and the singing of the choral and solo parts indicated very superior training and real musical talent on the part of the young voc...

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SUBURBAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 December 1895

SUBURBAN. Ultimo— Harris-st ? W. Mantle „ „ ... ... Calnan North Sydney— Milson's Point R. Attewell ,, Walker-st. .. P. B.Pitt Redfern— Regent-st ? Mrs. Mihell ti ,, ., . . J. A. Bernasconi M ,, . . . . Mrs. Burns ,, Pitt-st. .. ..A. E. Co win ,, Cleveland-st ? W.Thompson ,, Abercrombie -st. .. A, McCarthy Alexandria — Raglan- st. . . . . 0. Prosser ,, Henderson-Road .. J. W. M'Manus Waterloo — Botany-road . . . . J. Hinohclift'e „ ,, .. .. M'Clure Bros. ,, Tram Terminus '. . Mangan Mt. Carmel and District . . . Mr. Lynch Ashfield ? Bookstall Co, ,, Liverpool- road. . .. G, Watson Balmain — Darling- st ? J, Strong ,, Roiselle ? R. Oruikshauk ,, ,, ? S. Montgomery Glebe Point . . . . . . Davies Bros. ,, Denham-st. ., .. J, Sheffield Leichhardt — Parramat.ta-road . . R. Oewes ,, M(Kenzie-st. .. Mrs. Dooley ,, Norton-st. .. .. J, Dowling Erskineville ? G. Prothero ,, George-st. .. .. Mrs. Fleming Newtown . . . . . . . . W. Bates ,, . . . . . . . . Mrs. A. A. Gardiner ,, . . . . . . . ....

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

fTlO BUILDERS, PAINTERS AND OTHERS. V. .7. BENNETT & CO., 108 George Street (West), Ts the Cheapest Fonso in Sydney for WHITE LEAD, OIL, WINDOW 'GLASS, &c, &c. All floods delivered, free. Builders' Bushes sent for and delivered. OH AS. BILSBORRO W , L.D.S., R.C.S., lit., Surgical and Mechanical Dentist (Late locum tenons to Dr. Buiink), Has COMMENCED PRACTICE in conjunction with Mr. LEO. C. HOB, TON, AT' 145 ELTZ A BETH STREET, HYDE PARK, SYDNEY. T*1L 151 'HONE NO. 1850. HOURS : Week Days, 0'80 a.m. to 5*30 p.m. Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. GET YOUR HOOTS AND SHOES At WRIGHT BROS., And you will find -theni CHEAPER AND BETTER, THAN YOU CAN GET ANYWHERE ELSE. W.Bs.' Modio ih: — HioirKST Quaii/itv, Lowkrt Pimoks, Cash Only. And their Addross— WBIGHT BROS., MANlIKACTlJUJ'iltS AND iMl'Oin'KUS, 859 GEORGE ST. (near Railway Bridge), 183 KING STREET, NEWTOWN; ami 109 DEVONSHIRE STREET, SURRY HILLS, Sydnmy. Private Box, 89 KING STREET, 163. No. 2 Oi'WJi.;. ? :O: ? Henr...

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

i ORIENT CLOTHING GIVES UNIVERSAL SATISFACTION, AND IS UNEQUALLED FOR I FIT, STYLE, AND WEAK. 1 All Garments are Cut from the Best Models, and the j ]Vtaterials Thoroughly Shrunk. ?i __ ____ ^___ | The ORIENT CLOTHING is in All Textures suitable for J BUSINESS RIDING i OFFICE PICNICKING I PROMENADE SPORT I BUSH . TRAVELLING I 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 OLOTHING j IS AOKNOWLEDG-ED THE BEST BEADY-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~~A~ND COMPANY, GkEOBG-E AND BARRACK STREETS, SYDNEY. __________ '. High-ClaBB Boarding School for Young Ladies, ; ROSEBANK, FIVE DOCK, SYDNEY. i Uador the Patronage of Hia Eminenoo the Oardiaal-ArohWshop and Right Sov. J...

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AT HOME AND ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 December 1895

AT HOME AND ABROAD. President, Cleveland's return to the charge has necessarily caused intense excitement. As necessarily opinion is divided, the Ameri can press itself showing some difference of sentiment, although its majority supports the President. Opinion in Europe, we are told, is in favour of England, and, in fact, the matter is one that touches generally upon European interests. A serious feature is the unanimous vote carried in the American House of Representatives to defray the expenses of determining the Venezuelan frontier. At no cost can England submit to have any such determination forced upon her. We do not know, besides, that there is much consolation in the explanation offered to the effect that President Cleveland is merely trying to influence, in favour of his party, the next Presidential election. Such an explanation seems to assume that Ameri can feeling, on the whole, is anything rather than friendly towards England. That the event will actually be war, meantim...

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

J ? L yOUNG A.USTIULIA. It does one's heart good to see the lively, bright little Australians chattering and clamouring, with childish diplomacy, and ! winning ways, to secure the IDOL OF THEIR DREAMS— : A Big Doll, or some Pretty Toy — j At | MARK FOY'S | Downstairs Doll Show in the Basement of the Main Building. | Even if you haven't a child, a half-hour | there will not come amiss. I What think you of a HANDSOME DOLL, I as big as a child 5 years old, for 4s. 3d. ? Mechanical Toys, Novelty Toys, Ordinary Toys, Extraordinary Toys. ! A RAID ON TOYS from morning to night by jolly little rascals, ; and chattering little misses. ! FRESH REINFORCEMENTS OF I Toys and Dolls Every Morning for the day's , ; attack. \ CLOCKWORK FIGURES— j The Dude with the Eye-glass. The Old | Woman Spinning. The Royal Bengal Tiger. \ The Grizzly Bear of the Rocky Mountains. j The Girl at the Wash tub. Father Christmas Ringing the Bells. All working away with a will, attract crowds \ around the windows the l...

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POULTRY YARD. AUTUMN CHICKENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 December 1895

POULTRY YARD. AUTUMN CHICKENS. Those engaged in tin's industry will have to be up and doing if they wish to have a good supply of autumn chickens on hand. A chicken can bo petted and spoiled until it be comes like unto a hot house plant, but that is not the way to manage the chicken if you would raise it;, n needs air, sunshine and moderate range, to be fed well and hands off. Now, lets go to work and set a hen, then while she is setting fix up a place for her and her chicks by the time they are hatched ; no matter if we live in town or in the country, our plan works well m either pJacG, and right hero let us say that many, a little chick owes its timely end to too much wet weeds or too much of a thunder-shower, and not enough shed and protection. So wo make first a shed six feet wide and four feet deep, we enclose it at one end and the back, and lattice the front and one end, with a door in the lattice work. Five feet high in front, and four feet in the back will do. Now, wo will g...

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

AC A f IMHIhDC Beautiful Silver-plate, . i^AU iN DJgKP* Watches, and Jewellery, 815 fit 817 GEORQE ST. (opp. Railway Station), SYDNEY. ? IZTZI ts&h. ^£=?£-v Price List. Pickles. Pure Silver on White Metal-7/6, 10/., 12/6, 16/-, 17/6, 20/-, similar to above wiraMass Cake Baskot, Pure Silver & White Metal 17/6, 20/-, 22/6, 27/6, 30/-, Bimilar to above. 1b Biscuit Barrels. Cub Glass, Pure Silver Plate— 13/6, 15/6, 17/6, 21/ Pure Silver on White Metal. Tea Spoons, 7/6 half-dozen. Dessert h'nrks or Spoons IO/- half-dozen. Table Spoons or Forks, 12/6 halt dozen. Serviette Ringa. Pure ! Solid Siiver-8/6, 10/6, I2/6 oach. Silver-plated 1/., 2/-, 8/- each. Case* 2/- extra. Pocket Knives— 1/-, I/6, 2/6, 3/6, 4/6 Send tor Illustration. S Match Boxes. Pur© Solid Silver, 8/3, 10/6, 12/6, 15/-. price to size. «*? ? ?'' ? -^ Ladies' Purses. Crocodile Skin, Pure Solid Silver Mounts— 16/6, 17/6, 21/- Gents' Pocket Bocks same price Ll| I ^^ ? I * I.! '* Ladies' Bucklea. Puro Silver on...

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SEEDS FOR CHICKENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 December 1895

SEEDS EOK CHICKENS. While I believe from experience that it is well enough and desirable to start the little chickens off when first hatched with hard boiled egg and oatmeal for the first three or four days, yet I am sure that a great deal of time and work is wasted in caring for them afterwards, and often to the detriment of the chickens. I have hatched chickens in all seasons, and found them growing and thriving without the usual mixing and messing of soft foods that ie so common with the poultry raiser. One brood, hatched the 1st day of June, were started off on biscuit crumbs until about a week or less old, and then their diet was changed to millet and hemp seed, and some ordinary timothy seed. On this diet and the bugs they could catch they thrived and grew fast. Now they are over two-thirds grown. Other broods followed the first one, all fed alike, and they have been entirely free of dysentery or any other bowel trouble, the plague that generally carries off the summer chicken...

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ORCHARD. BUDDING PEACH TREES. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 December 1895

ORCHARD. BUDDING PEACH TREES. This operation requires far more care and strict attention to details than professional skill on the part of the operator. To be budded easily the stocks should be at least three eighths of an inch in diameter. Before com mencing the work the leaves should be removed trom the base of the stock that they may not be in the way of the operator. They may be rubbed off with the hand. This should be clone just before the work is commenced, other wise the growth of the parts will be checked and the bark will set. The bud is inserted an inch or two above the ground, or as low down as the budder can work. The buds should be taken from this season's growth, that is strong and well hardened. The leaf is removed, but a part of its stem is left as a handle to the bud. Use only full-grown buds. Cut the buds with a sharp, thin-bladed knife. Prof. Bailey, in the Nursery Book, says : The bud is usually cut about an inch long. Most budders cut from below upwards, but som...

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SMALL FRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 December 1895

SMALL FRUITS. Every grower of small fruits should under stand the best method of propagating plants. Soil, location and management have a marked influence on same variety. A strawberry plant should reproduce hun dreds in a single year, and raspberries, black berries, currants, gooseberries and grapes are nearly as prolific. New plants from black raspberries are se cured by covering the tips of new canes lightly with moist dirt and leaving until spring. They are then ready to set. Best plants from the blackberry are grown by digging large thrifty roots, cutting them in pieces four or five inches in length, and plant ing in a well-prepared seed bed. They make good plants in one season. New caneB or suckers are also used, and make good plants, if carefully dug with a portion of the cross root attached. Por currants and grapes, select thrifty new growth, cut in pieces six to twelve inches in length and set six or eight inches apart in rows, leaving only one or two buds above ground. Pre...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 December 1895

IRELAND. ? + ? (From Contemporaries.) Among the gentlemen who have responded to Mr. Horace Plunkett's request to hold a recess round-table conference in Dublin to formulate the consideration of subjects on which all parties are more or less in agreement, we find the names of Mgr. Molloy, Father Finlay, S. J., Mr. John Eedmond, M.P., Dr. Kenny, M.P., the Lord Mayor ot Dublin, and other influen tial Catholics. Mr. Thomas McDonnell, who has just been returned at the head of the poll for the im portant ward of Nichols Town, Southampton, is the first Catholic Irishman elected to the Town Council. A Catholic first and an Irish man afterwards, fearless, outspoken, and straightforward, he has succeeded in earning the respect and esteem of his fellow-citizens. As an instance, on the polling day the Jewish Eabbi called upon him to assure him of his vote and wish him success. Mr. McDonnell has held the honourable position of chairman of the Board of Guardians, and probably there are no two bet...

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

^^P ' GLADSTONE TOBACCO.' LA11QE PLUG & MATCHES, 6i-. ENOR 3H © U S §41iio WEEK'S SUPPLY, £lb PLUG, 9d. Agents - - ' - MCCARTHY & CO., Hay market.

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THE FARM. CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 December 1895

[?] CEOPS. We have now reached a point when there can be no great increase in any kind of grain except flax — sown mainly on new lands — which does not involve a decrease either in some other grain crop or in pastures and meadows. Any important decrease in these involves a decrease m the number or iarm animals, or else an improvement in agriculture, which can at best be but slow. There can, therefore, with an average crop, or even a crop above an average, be no overproduction this year in any line, and the farmer can plough, sow, and reap with a better promise of reward than for many years past. NOT JiY WIIEA/P ALONE. Under the present regime it is difficult to impress this principle on the majority oB far mers. It is no use pointing out to them the fact that wheat-growing alone, whatever may be its present; attractions, can never be a per manently successful system of farming. No trade or business can thrive which does not furnish employment more than one-quarter of the working yea...

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ECHOES OF PARNASSUS. No. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 December 1895

ECHOES OF PARNASSUS. ? ^ No. II. Wha'J? I said a few weeks back anent bush poets must not be regarded as an assertion that all local colour bardlings have no claim to fame. But local colour is not poetry, and the bard ling that makes it the be-all and end-all of his verse cannot ever be regarded as a poet. The insertion of these local allusions has power even to destroy the subhmest poetry, even if that allusion very nearly partakes of a general nature. Milton's direct allusion to the broad Atlantic, local colour of higher interest than the drunken shearer, wrecks the beginning of ' Comus.' The words kangaroo, rock wallaby, laughing jackass, hoc genus omneque, are not repugnant to pqetry, but poetry itself, if they suggest food for thought. Evidence of this is Miss Jean Ingelow's poems on 'The Aus tralian Bell Bird.' But this admittedly powerful poem, if it first came to the great Australian public, would have been consigned to — the admiration of the cultured, because it does not c...

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SADDLE HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 December 1895

SADDLE HOUSES. Saddle horses vary vevy widely in size and color, but there are many characteristics com mon to them all. They all have a very liberal sprinkling of warm blood in their composi tions, and it goes without saying that they are adopts in the elaborate accomplishments required of the saddle horse before they are shown in the ring. They must bo active and light of foot, and they must be docile and in telligent. They are now generally produced by an admixture of thoroughbred blood with the 'light eoachers' or some other family that have shown a natural tendency to rack, shuffle, or pace. One of the finest saddle horses, recently shown, was strictly thoroughbred, and there was not a horse in the ring that could rack, pace, trot, or make a better show in the running walk or fox-trot than he could. The saddle horse should be rather extra high in the crest, and more massive and ' cobby ' than the thoroughbred, higher in the croup than the light harness horses (whether trotter o...

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CATHOLIC COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. Convent of the Good Samaritan, Pitt-street. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 December 1895

CATHOLIC COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS. ? * ? Convent of the Good Samaritan, Pitt-street. On last Wednesday afternoon the annual en tertainment was given by the pupils of the High School in the principal hall of the Con vent. His Eminence the Cardinal presided, and there were present : — The Very Ilev. Dr. Carroll, Very Eev. Dean Slattery, Dean Healy, Father Sturzo, S,J., Father McGbrath, S.J., .Bather Uhetail (.ttandwick), .Bather U-aitey (Crookwell), Father G-afEey ((Sandhurst), Fathers O'Driscoll, Hyland, Conway, Bun bury, O'Callaghan, D. O'Reilly, King, Eev. Dr. Bourke (Manly), Fathers Carroll (St, Mary's), Collins, Briody, Patrick, Misses Mitchell, Mrs. Clarke, Mr. Fanning, Mr. and Mrs. Q-eorge, Mrs. Walsh, etc. The pro gramme opened with' a fine chorus by a large number of voices. A pianoforte duet by the Misses Andrews, Kelly, Ivery and M. Fitz patrick indicated the musical proficiency of the pupils of the Convent. Miss F. Thynne re cited, with much taste and judgment, the effec tive ...

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