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Our New Year’s Story. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

Our New Year’s Story. We promise our readers a continued pleasure in reading our Story for the Sew Year. It is a work from the pen of one of the best Irish writers. Our story, “ Sadleirthe Banker,” which was interrup ed hy the illness of the author, will be continued in our next.

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Please Lend Your Paper. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

Please Lend Your Paper. When you have read it through; and tell your friends what we offer in the coming year. Every Catholic family should have a good picture ot Father Burke, and a Catholic newspaper. The yearly subscribers of The Pilot will have both.

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
This is the Time [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

This is the Time to subscribe for Tub Pilot. Our Chromo will be sent to every yearly .subscriber as soon as possible. The Pilot of this week is a proof that we mean to give our readers a first-rate paper.

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Notice to all Indebted. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

Notice to all Indebted. If those who are indebted to us will pay promptly, we shall he enabled to meet all our engagements, if they cannot send the whole amount, let them send what they can. “A friend in need is a friend indeed.”

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Where We Are to he Found. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

Where We Are to he Found. The Pilot Office and Bookstore, 300 Washington street. Drafts on Ireland, at the Banking Rooms of the Emigrant Savings Bank, 52 Temple place.

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Please Lend Your Paper [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

Please Lend Your Paper To a Catholic neighbor, and induce him to subscribe. We return the worth of the money in our Chromo, and The Pilot for 1873 is given gratis to every subscriber.

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Home for Destitute Children, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

Home for Destitute Children, Harrison Avenue (cor. of Concord st.), Boston. Donations for Support of the Institution. Persons wishing' to adopt children will apply at the Home. They must briny a recommendation from their parish priest. Subscriptions thankfully received. The following sums have been received since last report:— Mrs. Ann Deuneu, S. Boston $lOO 00 Mrs. Reggio 100 00 From a friend in Newhurport 10 00 A Friend' $2 00 Mrs. M. Brezelle, Desplalns, Illinois $5 00 Roll of Honor—for Paying the Debt. Patrick O'Connor $5O 00 M. J. Ward 50 00 Persons wlw have subscribed to the Roll of Honor will please pay up their subscriptions at their earliest convenience. Tiie Ortlo foi 1873 is now ready. Address Patrick Donalioe, 3GO Washington street, Boston. 3t The Pilot for 1873 will be the best weekly newspaper in the country. Examine this copy as a specimen. Please send us the name of anew subscriber.

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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The Celebration of Christmas. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

The Celebration of Christmas. A few years only have passed since Christmas Day went by unsanctified, unobserved— unsanctiiled, we mean as far as rest from labor sanctifies a day. The Christmas just passed has been held as a great religious feast throughout the land, for which God be thanked. It seems like yesterday, the time that Catholics only observed Christmas as a holy day : but now every church inthc land, and almost every home, is alike in reverence for the grand old Catholic festival of Christ-Mass—the Mass in honor of Christ’s birth. In God's own time, our Protestant brethren will not ouly agree with us in the celebration of Christmas Day, but will be a unit with us on every ordination of the Church. We perceive with sincere pleasure that Dr. Stone, who was at various times president of different Protestant Institutions, in which he won universal esteem, has been ordained a Catholic priest. Our readers may remember the announcement, a few years ago, of his exchanging a profi...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Lectures. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

Lectures. Rkv. Eugene Sheehy, of Limerick, Ireland, lectured on “ English Rule and Irish Discontent ” at Turner Hall, Chicago, December 6th. The Very Rev. Father Boylan lectured in St. Raul’s Cathedral, Pittsburg, on Sunday, Dec. 15th. His treatment of “The Causes of Irish Discontent, and the Aicans ol Irish Liberty ” is regarded able and interesting, Rev. R, Fulton, S. J., President of Boston College, delivered bis lecture on “ The International,” for the Young Alen’s Catholic Lyceum (anew society), in Mechanics’ Hall, Worcester, Dec. 18th. j Boyee O’Reilly lectured on “Trans planting a Nation ” at Charlestown, Alass., Doe. 15tli: at Salem, Dec. 20th; and at Springfield on the 22d. The Second Lecture in the Catholic Lyceum Course of Charlestown, Alass., was delivered in St. Alary’S Church on Sunday evening. Dec. 22nd, by hov. IV . J. J. Denvir, on tiie subject —‘ ‘ The Catholic Church a Divinqlnstitution.” It is a highly interesting aim instructive discourse on the position and mer...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
LATEST STEAMER NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

LATEST STEAMER NEWS. FRANCE. Tin Committee of Tliirty. The Committee elected for the purpose of framing a Constitution consisted of ;10 members. 19 elected belong to the Right, representing 3GI votes; the 11 members of the Left representing 333 votes. SPAIN. Tlic llevolntionary Troubles. The troubles in Spain are by no means over, and one would think that the fiistuse King Amadeo would feel inclined to make of bis recovered health would be to take a railway ticket for the frontier, and wash his hands of the whole concern. The Carlists in Catalonia are by no means disposed of, hut at present it is the Republican, the ‘ ‘ uncompromising” Republican party, which is giving the most trouble. Those who have adopted this name, of “ intransigentes;” have taken advantage! of the conscription, or “ quintos,” so ; called because every fifth young man, be- j tween the ages of 18 and 20, is pressed into , the service. The Government talks of i eventually abelishing this system and j adopting tha...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

Personal. Mr. Froude lectures no more on Ireland. Archbishop -Manning has given £25 to the Maguire Testimonial. His Holiness the Pope has appointed Dr. Klein, Dean of the Chapter oi Limburg, as private chaplain at the Vatican. The Right Rev. Bishop O'Reilly, of Springfield, Mass., arrived from Europe on the 21st. He lias quite recovered the use of his eyes. Woodhull and Claflin were advertised to lecture in Boston last week. The authorities wouldn’t let them lecture. There’s hope for Boston. Professor Tyndall will sail for Europe in about a week hence. He expresses great satisfaction as to his visit and the success of his lectures here. The Boston Globe tells us that Commander Thomas O’Selfridge and the Rev. Robert Collycr were present at a reception to Stanley, lately. To what part of Ireland do the O’Selfridges belong? George Francis Train and Wesley Nichols were recently arrested in New York, on an indictment for publishing obscene literature, and lodged in the police station hou...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Temperance. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

Temperance. Massachusetts Catholic Total abstinence Union, organized May 30, 1371. William Coveney, President; Jo'lm A. Duggan, Secretary. Address P. O. Box, 3351, Boston, Mass. The Abstainer is the name of \ zealous temperance paper published in Halifax, IS. S., edited by P. Monaghan. The Societies of the Connecticut Temperance Union are holding a series of very interesting Sunday evening meetings. Many have been held throughout the State within a few months. The London Guardian says that the effect of establishing a Catholic Temperance Association by ihe Archbishop of Westminster and several of the clergy, has been “ that the disreputable scenes' which formerly occurred in some neighborhoods in the east of London have entirely ceased, and order and peace have been apparent in tlioir stead.” There is room for similar works in our American cities. Tub Total Abstinence Movement in New Jersey has been progressing with its usual vigor. In Newark a grand rally was lately held in the Cat...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Notes of Passing Events. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

Notes of Passing Events. The Government at Ontario has been contemplating extensive arrangements to promote immigration to Canada. Explorations arc to be resumed, during the early part of next year, for the canal connecting the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean. —San Francisco paper. The receipts for duties at the Custom House in Halifax during the month of November amounted to 573,000.78. The New York Freeman’s Journal and the Missouri Republican have of late been strenuously denouncing what they designate as the '• Corrupt and Corrupting System of the Secret Ballot. There have been some serious riots at Messina on account of the exceeding taxation which the Italian Government has imposed upon tlic population of that city. At the second meeting of the Xational Republican Conference at Sheffield it was unanimously resolved that tlic platform to be adopted should be adult sullragc. pure ballot, equal electoral districts, no State church, free secular education, nationalization of land, shor...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
City and Vicinity. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

City and Vicinity. TinJ first Christmas in St. Vincent’s Church, South Boston, was observed in a most interesting manner. The first Mass was celebrated in the basement of the new church, and a grand High Mass was sung at the hall used by theparish on Broadway. The choir sang Weber’s Mass in G, complete—Mrs. Drummond, Soprano; Miss A. Guenther, Contralto; Mr. Lambert, Tenor; and Mr. Black, Bass. Tiie Fair in aid of St. Vincent’s Church, South Boston, filled Wait’s Hall every night last week. The Fair Advertiser is ii little paper published in connection with it by Mr. M. Carroll. The Inman Line has presented a passage ticket to Ireland and return for lottery at the Fair. Feiends! get up a club for The Pilot. Every yearly subscriber will receive a chromo of Father Burke worth two and a half dollars. Ukafts, payable at every Bank in Ireland, for sale as usual at the rooms of the Emigrant Savings Bank, 52 Temple place, by Patrick Donahoe.

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Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
The Tierneys of Tierneylongh. A Story of the Last Generation. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

The Tierneys of Tierneylongh. A Story of the Last Generation. BY JOHN F. O’DONNELL. Specially Written for the New Year’s Number of The Pilot. CHAPTER I. “Itis a sad world for misunderstandings and mistakes, Kitty; and what makes it sadder is our readiness to believe what is ill of our neighbors, in preference to believing what is straight and honest of them. How if it came about, some day, that you should look upon me—the man who worships your very shadow—as a scoundrel, destitute of heart and principle?” Ilis arm was slightly thrown round Kitty Dorney’s slender waist, and her fair head inclined ever so little to his shoulder. She lifted her face to his, and the large tears standing in her eyes took a tender glitter from the fast-filling orb of the Christmas moon. ‘ ‘ If all the world conspired to hate you, Hugh, dear,” she said, “there would he left one who could never harbor an unkind thought of you. 1 would as soon doubt my mother in her grave as dream of doubting you.” ‘ ‘ God b...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
St. John’s Hospital, Lowell, Mass. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

St. John’s Hospital, Lowell, Mass. To the Editor of The Pilot. Dear Bie:—As the friends of St. John’s Hospital will naturally be desirous to know the amount realized at the late Fair for the benefit of the institution, we avail ourselves of your columns to give the following detailed accountforthe satisfaction of all those who have in any way interested themselves in the praiseworthy task of freeing the Hospital from its pecuniary embarrassments : Amount received from General Com. Table $991 77 Ancient Order Hibernians 177 0-5 Knights of St. Patrick 85 00 St. Patrick’s Table 202 75 St. Hose’s Table 41 00 Married Undies’ Table 197 98 St. Francis de Sales’ Table 95 25 Holy Family Table 213 70 Hospital Table 340 30 St. Andrew’s Table 189 47 Independent Tabic 197 35 St. Ann’s Table 127 25 i Fair Table 105 20 | Citizens’ Table 209 19 St. Augustine’s Table 174 53 St. Vincent de Paul’s Society Table 540 20 Young Men’s Table 278 58 Candy Table ISO 02 Refreshment Table 101 00 Donations 155 0...

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Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 5 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873
Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

DEATHS. Notices like the following are Inserted for 25 cents. MASS ACII U SETTS. Burke— ln Boston, Dec 14, Michael Burke, of Castle Island, county Kerry, Ireland, aged 72. MEW I’OIIK CITV. j Stivers— Dec 11, Bridget Stivers, wife of Geo Stivers, of Milltown, parish of Drumlane, county Cavan, Ireland, aged §4 years and 9 months. Fagan— Dec 14, Thomas Fagan, a native of co Galway, Ireland, agedB9. Flynn—Dec 11, Mary Matilda Flvnn,wife of Michael J Flanagan, a native of Lougbrea, county Galway, Ireland, aged 2(i, Joyce—Susan, relict of David Joyce, a native of Ireland, aged 85. Rafferty —Dec 13, Sarah, wife of Patrick Rafferty, and daughter of M O’Brien, county Tyrone, Irelaud. Whalen —Dec 9, Julia Whalen, a native of the parish of Arliss Balina, Queen’s county, Ireland, aged 37. Casey— Dec 15, Michael Casey, a native of Castle Island,county Kerry,lrelaud, in his tlilrtyllfth year. Hogan —Dec 15, Johanna Hogan, wife of Jas Hogan, late of the parish of Bulgeden, county Limerick, Ireland...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

OBITUARY. Notices like the following- are inserted at ilie rate of 12 lines or under for $1.50. For everv additional 12 lines or less, $1.50. J U Died, at Cambridge, Nov. 26, John J. Covf.nev , aged 26 years. Our heavenly Father" in His divine, and incomprehensible wisdom, lias deemed it best to remove from earthly trials our beloved friend, and to take him home to His peaceful bosom. Although his years were but few yet he was ripe in sanctity, and Ills whole life had been so pure, that he was at all times prepared for the day when his Maker should call him from his toils to repose upon His bosom. He had i ndeared himself to us ail by his unassuming pietv, his filial kindness, and his Christian charity, His talents he had not hidden in the ground,' but have been returned to his Master increased au hundred fold. He was a pattern for the young, and a comfort to the old; and his bereaved parents, while they will greatly miss his quiet deportment and genial manners, will bless divine go...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
FATHER BURKE. Answer to “Froude's Last Words.” The Last Peal of Eloquence and Erudition Against the Englishman. No More Cromwells or Williams of Orange to be Sent to Ireland, but “Talkers” to America. England Dare Not Attempt Coercion. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

FATHER BURKE. Answer to “Froude's Last Words.” The Last Peal of Eloquence and Erudition Against the Englishman. No More Cromwells or Williams of Orange to be Sent to Ireland, but “Talkers” to America. England Dare Not Attempt Coercion. *Ts>e Clin rncf eristics of ft People Fit for gelf-<;overiimeiit—Engl® l **! Defeat" eil on the ISellgious and About to be on the National <luestion~ The American Constitution a Fnltliftal Copy of the Olil Celtic—Twelve Millions of Irish 111 Amer--1,-n—Protestant ltefutntion of the 10-11 Jlnssncre File—lrisli Bravery at the Hatties of the Boyne, Atlilone, and Limerick— The Women in the Trenches. &-C., Ac.

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Source: Boston College
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