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

PIG YARD. In the matter of rearing pigs every care should be taken to make the animals comfort able ; and in cases where the sow will not own her pigs, make her. Tie her down to the floor, and put the pigs with her. Bathe her udders in hot vinegar and water. Leave her tied for a few hours, and then let her up, putting the pigs in a box in the pen, with slots on the side, so they cannot get out, but so she can see them. After a few trials of this kind she will own them. Peed her on scalded bran and milk. If the sow is tied to the floor at bedtime, she may be left so until next morning without harm. She can be watched during the day, and if she still refuses to allow them to suck examine the youngsters' teeth, and file the deformed ones down level with the others. Deformed or jagged, sharp-pointed teeth is frequently the sole cause of this trouble. Give them a dry, warm pen and moderate room for exercise, and they will grow very fast. When a week or more old the young pigs should have...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 December 1895

NEWCASTLE. (I'MtOM AN OCCASIONAL COJUtESL'OHDENT.) On Thursday evening a high-class concert will be given in the Victoria Theatre in aid of the Deaf and Dumb Institution at Waratah. By the kind mediation of Mrs. ,). 11. 'Wood, Sydney's greatest singers, Miss Colburn-Baber and Mr. II. Weir, will be hoard. The pupils I* dl 1\ /I' » TT ? 1 LI 1 I . ? ilil oi dl. mary b iuign ounooi, iramett Dy line Dominican Nuns, will contribute several items. Looking at tho programme and the object for which tho entertainment is got up, it is easy to predict a big success. There is no appeal that goes straight to tho heart of the people like that of the deaf mutes. One of tho eulogiums passed on the public life of our Saviour was, ' He hath done nil things well, He hath made both tho deal: to hear and the dumb to speak.' The Institution at Waratah is not confined to members of the Iloinan Catholic religion ; its doors are open to all denominations, and non Catholic parents may rest assured their wish...

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A FAVOR OF OUR LADY OF THE ROSARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 December 1895

A FAVOR OP OUR LADY OF THE ROSARY. A young officer of the French army, whose life was far from being a model one, and who was careless as to the practice of his religion, had bound himself by a solemn promise to pay the rosary every day, which promise he faith fully kept for several years. But to everyone who pledges himself to any rule the occasion must come when the rule grows irksome, and so it was with the young man in question. One day during the Crimean war, he returned at nightfall to his tent, so utterly worn out with fatigue that he threw himself at once on his cot and soon dropped into a sound sleep. Before midnight he sud denly awoke, and remembered that he had not said his rosary. As may be imagined, he felt not a little disinclined to get up and recito it. For a while he lay still, debating what he should do. At last he said to himself, ' 'I never broke my word to a man, and I will not break it to our Blessed Mother.' He sprung up ; and as one after another he told his ...

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THE VIRGIN'S RING. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 December 1895

THE VIRGIN'S KING. While Cardinal GKbbons was in Perugia (says the Gatliolio Review) lie had the privilege of; viewing the espousal ring of the Blessed Virgin. The relic is in the cathedral, and is exhibited to the public gaze twice in the year. It is pre served in a safe to which there are fourteen keys, which must all be brought together to the opening, xnese Keys are neict oy lourteen different societies and religious brotherhoods. The Archbishop holds one, the municipality another, and so on. All having been produced, the shrine was opened in the presence of a notary from the municipality, who 'made a re cord of the event, and of the cause for which it was opened, namely the visit of Cardinal Gibbons. This notary remained during the ceremony until the relic was restored to its original place and closed up again. The ring itself is entirely formed from one piece of oriental alabaster, and was not in tended for constant wear, but was only used as a ceremonial ring. It is remarkabl...

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

liwls of ftp jSHiutlr llMcss. ESTABLISHED 1817. R-Ieacl Oilice: 4;9-;oit-;iC « «'., WVDNKV. Authorised. OiipitiiJ ? £13,000,000 0 0 Paid-up Capital, as on IKHJi Sopfc.. :IK!)5 ? £1,890,200 0 0 llosurve Fund, its on HOth Sept., 1805 ? £1,172,297 2 0 mi*, motors : Jan ins Richard Hill, 'Itlsij , Pros idui.it. Charlos Smith, Esq. Robert C. Closes, Esq. Thomas Hue Id hi id, Esq.. J. T. Walkoi.', Esq. Thomas Cadoll Esq. AUDITORS : A.. G. Milson, Esq. | J. »S. Harrison, Esq. London Office: OI.I) HUOA!) STRUCT, With HnumiiuH in nil tho Australian GolonioH and Now Zealand ; nud atfeneio.s in Tasmania, iiidin, and tho East, tho United States, liaiiibui'tf, and tho United Kingdom. Tho Bank allows iutoroHt on flxod doponits ; oolleols for itH customers dividends of public (?onipauios, and inlorost on debentures ; and invests money on their bolin.ll' in publio soouritios in the Colonies or (Jroat Britain j undertakes tho a^eney ol' other banks; issues drul'is, oirc.iilar notes, nud letters of c...

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THE KENDALL LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 December 1895

THE KENDALL LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. Under, the above heading a very strong society was initiated on Friday, December 6. There were some twenty- five members present. Bev. Father Treand, Superior of the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart, was unanimously elected patron ; Mr. M. J. Brown was elected presi dent. The i vice-presidents of the society are Rev. Father Tieruey, M.S.H., to whose ener getic efforts the inauguration of the society is due, Messrs. T. II. Barlow, Tlios. Pay ten and J. F. Byrne. The offices of hon. treasurer and secretary are filled respectively by Mr. H. Johnson and Mr. Yincent Heaton. After some little discussion it was proposed by the president that the subject for the next debate should be, ' Ought the Franchise bo extended to 'Women.' This proposition was carried, aud the meeting adjourned till Thursday, Decem ber 12. A very large attendance was present on this occasion, and the society was strength ened by several new members. The president took the ch...

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BEES. THE EIGHT-FRAME HIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 December 1895

BEES. THE EiailT-ERAME HIVE. Any person entering into this industry will find it best to use the eight- frame sixe hive, because, when making his living by producing honey, his experience will tell him that he can make more money with a large number of frames in eight-frame hives than he can with the same number in ten or twelve- frame hives, though in some seasons he will find it necessary to feed in order to keep brood-rearing up. 1 do not think the locality makes much difference to the apiariol about the right size of hive. Of course, it might make a difference as to the time and amount to be fed. I believe I can make more in any locality with frames in the eight-frame hive than I can with the same number of frames in larger ones, for my experience has been that, as a general thing, eight frames are enough for the best queens we can get at the present time. In saying ' the best queens,' I do not mean those that are the most prolific. I have had queens that would keep ten, and, in...

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

PARKER'S AUSTRALIAN HAIR PRESERVER ?-'* ' '.?**vsj'»*j^ V''*it*'**r i1'*?*i«it^l^*i *i^J' V i*' lj*i^l^Jl*'^'''; ??',*-* A MARVELLOUS REMEDY for tho Hair and Scalp. Cooling and UelTeshinft1 to uso. Promotes Growth, Removes Dan dm IV, Allays Irritation, and Eradicates all complaints common to tho Scalp. USE IT AND NEVER BECOME. BALD. Remember : PREVENTION 13 BETTER THAN CURE. LADIES will find it a pur Foot boon, it in not a dye. is not sticky or greasy, and tho lisi.ii' may ho dressed and the curling tone's used immediately after M.ppli cation. One of the numerous Testimonials received : — Sir, — During convalescence from Measles, my children wore rapidly losing their hair. A friend j;o whom I. mentioned the fact bronchi- me a bottle of PAKKKR/S AUSTRALIAN HAIR I.M1KSKK/VHR,. the use of which proved so satisfactory after three or four applications that my wife, wlioixe hair had boon fall in»' out for years, was tempted to try it on herself ; the result was most satisfactory. Not only...

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

NSW, FRESH FOOD & ICE CO.. LTD., ^ (-The COUNTRY MILK TRADE. The CREAMERY SYSTEM 01') _**- ? Piotf&oJ The FACTORY SYSTEM OF BUTTER- BUTTER-MAKING (which has done / p.^g Qf -f?*^. 1 MAKING) which has done so much more). I EgjfiSa ^-I^ C 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) [ ; ; ™ ^oyal^arcIde '- \ for AFTERN00N ™- Notk. — Arrangements may be made at either of these Depots for Afternoon Teas for Private Parties. mrm FISH SHOP AT 135 KING STREET IS ONE OF THE BEST IN THE WORLD -« SEND ORDERS TO THE 'HEAD OFFICE,' 25 HARBOUR STREET— THEY WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. AGENTS EVERYWHERE. ' H. PATESON, MANAGER. J.M.J. OT. MARTHA'S INDUSTRIAL HOME, O LEICHHARDT, SYDNEY. Conducted by Tin? Sisters oi*1 St. Joseph. Under the Special Patronage of His Eminenco the ...

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No title BERTHA; OR, THE POPE AND THE EMPEROR AN HISTORICAL TALE. BY WILLIAM BERNARD MACCABE. CHAPTER IV.—Continued. THE RESCUE AND RECAPTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 December 1895

k JL Boys' and Men's ^g^^^^p^Mffl. AUSTRAL J :|8i - Jp&'|JiB 'I MERCERS, HATTERS, Mc=ir=^i=s^ifl]pii^fc^rr^ii^^^ If niiTriTTrno o~ ?^^^^^mm^^^^^^ms_ OU I FITTERS, &C., l^ST^LC LOTH IERS , f^CERSJWr^&cj p l|rg| ipii^^^^SiSHiWili2^ invite inspection wWBHiWi'WSBi EXTENSIVE gpgg^^-. _ ? j;i^ j^==^^^s=^^l4-^^fj*'-^ ? ^ 'ji:v:-^^te»^ 486) 488j cllici 490 ?--— -''w - GEORGE STREET, Opposite JVLain iflnti'ance of New !M_ar\kets. TJEOG Men's and Boys' Clothing Departments ARK NOW THOROUGHLY STOCKED WIT FT Every Requisite for the Season's Trade. A Call will Homy Anyone Uaquimig GOODS CD1 liELIAULN QUALITY AT MODKEATK PRICKS. TRADE SYSTEM ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES, AND SOLI) EOIl CASH ONLI Clerical Garments Ready for Immediate Wear, or Specially to Measure at Economical Prices. Men's Trousers. Fancy Striped, Os. lid., 7s. (M., 10s. Oil. Fancy and 'Worsted, 10s. (id. Horyoretto Trousers, all shades, Kk. Lid. FlfMinol Oriulcetiny Trousers, 7s (id., 10h. (kl. A Ver...

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

THE COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY OF SYDNEY, Limited. Capital Paid Up ? =2983,445 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. Kater, M.L.C. Hon. Henry Moses, M.L.C. Richard Jones, Esq. T. A. Dibbs, Esq., General Manager. AUDITORS : Sir W. P. Manning Edward Chisholtn, Esq. HEAD OFFICE, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. T. A. Dibbs, General Manager. T. B. Gaden, Assistant Mann ger and Chief Inspector. A. J. Soutar, Accountant. W. C. B. Tiley, H. H. Massie, W. H. Pinhoy, Inspectors. LONDON OFFICE, 18 BIRCHIN LANK. DllAKCTOKS': Sir J. A. You], K.C.M.G. ; A. 0. Robinson, Esq. ; 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. n. P. MORTON, Shirt Maker, SUPERIOR CLASS OF HOSIERY, COLLARS, HATS, SCARFS, PYJAMAS. 105 PITT STREET, SYDNEY (STRAND). 1ST....

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SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 December 1895

SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL. f3u:NDA.Yr, December 8, the Feast of: the Im maculate Conception, being one of the four quarterly festivals of the St. Vincent de Paul Society, the usual general meeting was held in the Federation Hall at 3 p.m. on that day. The chair was taken by 'Rev. Father McEnroe, S.J., and there were also present: — Father Mclnerney, SX (liiverview), Father Brennan, S..T. (North Shore), Father Carroll (Adminis trator St. Mary's Cathedral), lion. L. F. Hey don, M.L.O., president of the Superior Council of Sydney, W. J. Coogan, vice-president, the other officers of the council, and about 100 members of the various city and suburban conferences. A very interesting paper on the progress of the central library was read by Bro. Dew, from which it appeared that the central library has now over 1000 volumes, ex cluding, of course, the large number belonging to the various branches. Applications for in formation, rules, etc., have been received from New Zealand, Tasmania...

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

TRY S. W HID DON'S, 178 PITT STEEET, FOR CHEAPEST BOOTS IN SYDNEY. ST. MARGARET'S MATERNITY HOME, 561 ELIZABETH STREET, SYDNEY. Worn on rocoivod for Accouchmont. No restriction to Class or Creed. A. Stall' of Competent Nurses kept. CONDUCTED BY MRS. ABBOTT. I T. GALLON'S P.URE AT/BURY WINES.— JOO Mjoiuls, fj ? including those from tho Exhibitions of Amsterdam, Bor iloanx, Vienna, Calcutta, Philadelphia, London, etc., etc.— Mr. Kali. on positively yiumuitoo.s Absolute Purity, and, for u hoaltliy, nutritious bovorayo of a. superior flavour, claims that Ilia pi/rxluHi shuulsn.tt.lio heart of all Wines. Ho has tho H'roufcost; ooiilldoiicQ in recommending for Altar Uhi-\ having tho distin guish od pii.l.ronaw'0 of His Eminence tho Cardinal- Archbishop 'of Sydney. His Lordship of Ma.it.huid, His Lordship of Goul burn, His Lordship of Wiluiumia, His Lordship of (irnfton. Okntkal Dki-ot: 93 YORK STREET, SYDNEY. PSH^^iHte (ft A Ku!J OHAS. ANDERSON, TAILOR AND OUTFITTER, 30 and 32 OXFORD STRE...

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

MISCELLANEOUS. .*. ? w ? If Japan were in a position to fight Eussia she would be at its throat to-morrow. As it is, she is accumulating all the available resources and pledging well nigh all the assets in the Empire for that end. Eussia and Japan are no more likely to lie down peacefully as conterminous neighbours than a sparrowhawk and a spring chicken. If England, with the Hindu Rush, Afghanistan, Cashemere, and Tibet, is nightly disturbed in her slumbers by the nightmare of Eussia's aggression looming up in one or other of these places, how will it stand in the case of Japan with the Muscovite bear, marching through Manchuria — despite his pigtail, more like a bear than ever. If we had the misfor tune to be embroiled in a war with Eussia in the East, we might count on the moral support of Japan. .'France would dearly like to join in the fray, but she must watch G-ermany. In fact, the balance of power is so nicely adjusted in the East and West that, snarl as the Powers may, each ...

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

COUNT R Y M ILK COM PA N Y, 137-155 PAH.MJER, STREET. MILK, BUTTER, CREAM, EGGS, POULTRY, PASTRY, Delivered Twice Daily in City and Suburbs. F. HARVEY, Manager.

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

FURTHER ENLARGEMENT OF A. llv vU/iliA vAAv JL JL vMMl JHE Directors of 'THE CATHOLIC PRESS ' place the enlarged issue with confidence before the Public. No expense has been spared in the produc tion of this journal, and the immense success that has attended the efforts of the manage ment warrant them in issuing ' THE CATHOLIC PRESS' with 24 PAGES. THE CATHOLIC PRESS IS THIS BRIGHTEST AND CHEAPEST WEEKLY JOURNAL v IN THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE. GENERAL OFFICES: LINCOLN'S INN CHAMBERS, 38 ELIZABETH STREET, STDHBT. BEST AUSTRALIAN WINES. ALTAK WINES__A_ SPECIALTY. ' WARATAH BRAND.' TELEPHONE 1977. 29 O'OONNELL STREET, SYDNEY. '

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

HOWAT & McPHAIL, OLEEIOAL OUTFITTERS, Robe & Gown Makers, 10 PARK STREET, SYDNEY' (up status). CHRISTMAS^ GOODS, ALE— Foster's (Bugle brand)., quarts, per dozen i)s. .'Jeffrey's (Edinburgh) ... quarts, per do/on 7s, Cormvell's (First Prize Chicago) ... ... quarts, per do/,on 5s. STOUT— Burko's (Dublin) ... quarts, per dozen Us. (3d. Boar's Head ... ... quarts, por dozen Us. Tennent's (a speciality) quarts, per dozen 7s. Gd. WINE— Port, very old invalid (vintage ]870) ... ... iwv case 60s. Ditto, fine old superior ... per case 48s. Sherry, fine old Amontillado ... per case 60s. Ditto, Duff Gordon's ? per case 48s. WINE, Australian (6 years old)— Old Port ? .'. per bottle 2s. Ditto Sherry ,., ... ... per bottle 2s. Ditto Frontignac ... ...per bottle 2s. Ditto Hock ? per bottle Is. ()d. Ditto Claret ? per bottle Is. 6d. Port, very fine old invalid (vin tage 1877) ? per bottle 4s. 6d. WHISKY— Rare Old 'Mellow, imported, matured and bottled by ourselves, per case ... ... ...

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THE COW LEGEND OF GOROFIN, COUNTY CLARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 December 1895

THE COW LEGEND OF G0R0F1N, COUMTY GLARE. ? w ? Cobopin and its neighbourhood is a happy hunting-ground for folk-lore even in those de generate days, says a writer, signing himself T. J. W., in the Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries. Much more so in 1840, when Eugene O'Curry took some pains to gather a tew sneaves ot that abundant harvest, much of which may still be saved, though till lately left imtended. We still hear among the pea santry legends of Claraghmoor (Richard de Glare, 1318), Tige Ahood (Teige Acomhad, 1460), and Maureen Rhue (Mary O'Brien, 1641) ;. with recollections of Ossian, and of the wonderful leap of the hound, Bran, and the deer, from the top of Inchiquin hill ; of the discovery of turf-cutting by the warriors cleaning their blood-stained swords in the peat, and throwing the clods on the fire j with wild and sometimes beautiful beliefs in the swan maidens of Inchiquin, the banshees of Hath, and the ' cursing-stone of Kilmoon,' the turning of which ' male...

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THE MAGIC HORN. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 28 December 1895

THE MAGIC HORN.* ? ♦» ? I left niy love on yestermorn To range the green woods thro' ; Far off, I heard a winding horn That hired me to pursue ; Thro' dale and glade, with magic pow'r, It led me on and on, Till, when I came to my love's bow'r Both love and light were gone ! All night I've wandered o'er the hills, Still calling to my love ; She seemed to answer in the rills, And in the pines above : I saw her once, a spirit gleam, Upon the star-crown'd height, Then, like the measure of a dream, She faded from my sight ! I'll leave the red deer in the glen, My herds upon the plain, I'll fly the homes and haunts of men To find my love again : Towards the hills, across the meads, Her footsteps I can trace — A path of light, which surely leads Unto her dwelling place. Upon the hills I seem to hear The echo of her songs ; Upon the hills I seem more near Whereto my love belongs : By moon and stars, thro' holy night, I'll follow, fleet and fast, Until I reach the gates of light Thro' which ...

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

SOCIAL. Mrs. S. E. Lees, on Thursday last, presented the medals and certificates gained by the students of the Conservatoire de Musique. The function took place at the Conservatoire, a feature of the proceedings being a presenta tion to Monsieur Foussnrd, on behalf of Master Maurice Keller inarm.

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