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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 9 November 1895
ST.' MARY'S COLLEGE, Higti-Clase fBoarding School for Young Ladies, ROSEBANK,. FIVE DOCK, SYDNEY, Under the Patronage of His Bminonco the Oardin&l-ArohWshop and Right Rev. J. Higgins, D.D., Auxiliary Bishop of Sydnoy. Conducted by the SISTERS op the GOOD SAMARITAN, but open to Pupils of any religkma denomination. The College stands in its own grounds, with Tennis Court and Large Play Ground for the use of Pupils. A Staff of First-class Visiting Masters attend Daily. Pupils prepared for the Sydney University and Trinity College (London) Examinations. The most convenient mode of access to the College from Sydney is by tram to Five Dock, or by train from Redfern to Croydon Station. Prospectuses forwarded on application to the SUPERIOR. Telephone, No. 28F, Ashfield Exchange. A USTRALIAN GENERAL CATHOLIC DEPOT. LOUIS GlIXE & Co;, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOKSELLERS, Manufacturers of Church. Requisites, 75 LIVERPOOL STREET, SYDNEY. NEW BOOK DEPARTMENT OPENED. 30,000 VOLUMES O...
THE TWO HOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 November 1895
THE TWO HOUSES. As we are happily not suffering from the dangerous and incurable malady of party spirit, as in the bold, defiant language of the old ballad — Wg don't euro a fig for Tory or Whig — our remarks on the present relations between the two branches of our Legislature will have at least the rare quality of moderation to commend them to the public ; and, moreover, what is seldom attempted by any other newspaper in this hemisphere, we will strive to make them approximate as closely to reason and sense as possible. The Council, in accepting the principle of a Land and Income Tax, has completely vindicated the soundness of Mr. Reid's contention that these taxes are desired rather strongly by the majority of the electors of New South Wales. By the same action they have admitted also that they exist only to carry out the will of the people, and that, when they are not prepared to do that, their only alternative is to vacate the Council Chambers, and to serve their country in some...
THE PLENARY SYNOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 November 1895
THE PLENARY SYNOD. On to-morrow the second Plenary Synod of Australia will open its first public session in St. Mary's Cathedral, Sydney. Such an imposing event proclaims, more eloquently than words, the rapid expansion of Catholicity in this country, and the perfection of the internal organisation of our Church, that is always adequate to cope with the wants and needs of the time. The growth of religion in Australia seems but a repetition of the wonders of Faith in Ireland during the life- i time of St. Patrick. He came to the Island unknown and unprotected, and kindled the Divine spark that soon burst into a glorious blaze, and that has burned so brilliantly down the centuries. Around his death- bed were a number of Irish saints, and an imposing hierarchy, holy in its members, and complete in its organisation, that he had so marvellously established, consoled his last moments by the assurance that the work he had so nobly commenced was to endure, was to survive all the changes and...
The Holiday at Armidale. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 November 1895
The Holiday at Armidale. Armidale, Monday. — Saturday was observed as a close holiday here in honour of the Prince oi: Wales. A programme of cycling, foot racing, and various other sports was success fully carried out on the race ground, under the auspices of the Armidale and Tam worth Holiday Associations. The country is looking first class after the recent heavy rains.
COUNTRY NEWS. The Molong Hospital Inquiry. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 November 1895
COUNTRY NEWS. The Molong Hospital Inquiry. Molong, Tuesday. — Mr. M. M. McParlane has sent in his report to the Governor respect ing the case of Edward Power, who died in the Hospital in August last. A large amount of evidence was taken, and it is strongly in favour of the Hospital. Out of 34 witnesses examined only two gave evidence to the effect that Power had been illtreated : the others stated that he had received every attention from the officials. Great interest has been taken in the case, and the report is awaited with anxiety. Dr. Ross, M.L.A., who was instrumental in getting the inquiry made, was present during the pro ceedings, but declined fco give evidence.
The Late Mr. J. M. Toohey. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 November 1895
The Late Mr. J. M. Tooliey. As the cablegram conveying the news or the death of the late Mr. James M. Toohey came from London, it was presumed that the deceased gentleman died there. As a matter ' of fact, however, Mr. Toohey died at Pisa, on his way to Naples. The body has been brought to Melbourne in the mail boat Ophir, and will be conveyed to Sydney by mail brain, arriving to-day (Saturday). The funeral takes place this afternoon.
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 November 1895
OBITUARY. We regret to announce the death of Mrs. Frost, wife of .George Frost, Esq., J.P., of Coringle, near Burrowa. The lady under went a painful operation at Prince Alfred Hospital, from the effects of which she was unable to recover. The remains were brought by train to Goulburn on last Saturday, and thence to the Wheeo R.C. Cemetery. Rev. P. F. O'Shea officiated at the grave. The deceased leaves a husband and eight children to lament her great loss. Her devoted charitable life endeared her to all, and she is deeply regretted by the people of the district in which she lived.
Intercolonial Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 November 1895
Intercolonial Cricket Match. The intercolonial cricket match between Vic toria and South Australia was concluded on 'Wednesday. The Victorians in their first innings scored 220, while South Australia only managed to total 163 runs. In their second , Victoria put together 329, and managed, after an exciting game, to dispose of the South Australians for 820, Victoria thus winning by G6 runs.
SUBURBAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 November 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 ,, ,, .. J. A. Bernasconi ,, ,, . . .. Mrs. Burns ,, Pitt-st. . . . . A. E. Co win ,, Clevelaud-st. .. .. 'W. Thompson ,, Abprcrombio-st. .. A, McCarthy Alexandria — Raglan-st. . . . . 0. Prosser ,, Henderson -Road .. J, W. M 'Maims Waterloo — Botany-road . . . . J. Hincholiffe „ ,, .. .. M'Olure Bros. , , Tram Lerminus . . Mangan Ashfield ? Bookstall Co, ,, Liverpool-road.. .. G, Watson Balmain — Darling- st. .. . . J, Strong ,, Rozelle ? J. Cruickshaijk ,, ,, .. .. S. Montgomery Glebe Point . . . . . , Davies Bros, ,, Denham-st ? J, Steffield Loichhardt — Parramaita-roud .. K. Oewes ,, M'Kenzie-st. .. Mrs. Dooley ,, Norton-st ? J, Bowling Erskinevillo ? G. Prothero ,, George-st ? Mrs. Fleming Newtown ? W. Bates ,, ? Mrs. A. A.Gardiner ,, ? ? ? ? ? . ? . — Mulqueeney Enmore ? E. Rubie Marriokville ? D. Gunne Lewish...
"THE CATHOLIC PRESS." LIST OF AGENTS. CITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 November 1895
'THE CATHOLIC PEESS.' LIST OF AGENTS. CITY. George Street . . . . . . Finn Bros. „ (Central Arcade) . , S. Kirby „ 'West .. ., McAuliiOfe ,, ,, .. .. Mrs. Murray .... Gk Hill ,, ,, . . J. Russell Pitt Street, 366 ? J. King „ 230 ? A. Phillips Castlereagh Street . . . . . , McNamara Liverpool Street . . . , . , Dawbins ,, . . . . . . Bookstall Co. Elizabeth Street . . . . . . Fogg ,, . . . . . . Bookstall Co. , , Haymarket . . \V. Jones ,, South .. ,. Mrs. Allan Park Street . . . . ... . . Bookstall Co. Erskine Street . . . , . . H. Beyer Sussex Street . . . . . , Creedon 'William Street . . . . . . C. T. Anderson ,, ? W. Foster Oxford Street . . . . . . M rs. Manning ,, ? Mrs. Mooney Crown Street . . . . . . J. Grieve ,, . . . . . . Mrs. Shying Riley Street . . . . . . Gittins Albion Street ? Mrs. Shying Macquarie Street ' ? R. Cambridge Abercrombie Street. . .. .. Mrs. Cusack
MISCELLANEOUS. CHARITY CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 November 1895
MISCELLANEOUS. CHARITY CONCERT. A grand charity concert, in aid of St. Joseph's Providence and Boys' Orphanage, which is conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph, was given on 'Wednesday last in the Federation Hall, Church Hill. An excellent programme was submitted, and well carried out by the children of the Institution. The performance reflected great credit on all concerned, and Messrs. Healy and Kane, hon. secretaries, were unremitting in their efforts to make the concert a success. New Priests for Sydney. By the Ophir, just now due in Sydney, the Eev. P. Dowling and Rev. J. Hvland, having completed their theological studies in Rome, are passengers. Both were ordained for the Archdiocese of Sydney. Tempe. On yesterday afternoon Lady Darley at tended at the Tempe Refuge to hand over to the Rev. Mother a cheque for the net proceeds of the ball held some time ago in aid of the institution. The Late Mr; James Toohey; The remains of the late Mr. J. Toohey will reach Sydney this morning...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 November 1895
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The Plenary Synod. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 November 1895
The Plenary Synod. Preliminary meetings of the Council will be held on Saturday afternoon, when the order of business and other arrangements will be de cided. The Bishops will meet at St. Patrick's College at 3.30, and at five o'clock all the members of Synod will be admitted. The ses sion will be formally opened on Sunday at St. Mary's Cathedral. At 10 a.m. a grand proces sion will leave ot. Mary s presbytery and pro ceed by way of College Street into the Cathe dral. Those taking part in the procession will include the Catholic Knights, the regular and secular clergy and prelates, and the students from St. Patrick's College. After the proces sion Pontifical High Mass will be celebrated by the Right Rev. Dr. Corbett, Bishop of Sale. The sermon will be preached by the Coadjutor Bishop of Goulburn (Dr. Gallagher), and a united choir from the city and suburban churches, under Mr. J. A.. Delaney, will render St. Cecilia's Mass (Gounod). A special boat has been engaged to bring the prela...
Cardinal Gibbons and Vivisection. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 November 1895
Cardinal Gibbons and Vivisection. The following letter from Cardinal Q-ibbons, Archbishop of Baltimore, has been received by Mrs. White, President of the American Anti- Vivisection Society. Cardinal Gibbons is a Vice- President of the Victoria Street Society for the Protection of Animals from Vivisection: — 'Dear Madam, — His Eminence begs to acknowledge vour favour of August 19th, which I presented to him on his return to Baltimore. He desires me to say that his many pressing duties at present pre vent a careful consideration of the details of of the case you call his attention to, but he would observe that in the old Covenant great consideration was shown to the animals who so faithfully serve man. The Sabbath was a day of rest for beast as well as for man. The ox was not to be muzzled that threshed the grain. If such consideration was shown the dumb beast in the Law of fear, should we expect less in the Covenant of love ? Christianity is the law of love. Christ, our blessed Model...
OUR YOUNG MEN. ST. BENEDICT'S LITERARY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 November 1895
our youngWn. ST. BENEDICT'S LITERARY CLUB. A meeting of the above club was held in St. Benedict's School on Wednesday, No vember 6. The president (Mr. Kirby) occu pied the chair. After some general business had been transacted, the Premier (Mr. Fitz gerald) moved, ' That bachelors over 30 years of age should be taxed.' The Oppo sition leader (Mr. Ryan) in a telling speech, showed the unjustness of such taxation by pointing out the responsibilities of married life, the difficulties of finding a suitable partner, the number of bachelors unable to support themselves, not to think of taxing their slender income by family burden, and the necessity of caution and mature delibera tion before taking a step that was irrevocable. From all this he concluded that bachelors should be regarded with particular affection by the State, and the weight of taxation should never be laid on their single shoulders. Messrs. W. Ryan, Casey, and McCormick also took part in the discussion, in which now in glo...
MANAGER'S REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 November 1895
MANAGER'S llEPOETS. Hepburn .Estate, JSmeaton, November 8. — No. 1 shaft : Everything going on as usual ; no change to note. No. 2 shaft: Sunk 8ft., total 33ft. ; in hard rock. Contractors started on Monday last; better progress may be expected. Prentice Freehold, llutherglen, November 8. — Cross-cutting and panelling at No. 10 shoot ; in wash of fair quality. East drive from No. 11 stopped at 290ft., being apparently through the payable dirt. Two crosscuts north off this in payable wash, also one crosscut south in wash about payable. No. 12 shoot: Opened both sides ; wash, which is just at point of laths, is wet. Underlevel driven 50ft. ; total past No. 12 shoot, 88ft. South Star, Sebastopol, Nov. 8.— 2000ft. level: North drive in 977ft., without change. 1400 ft. level: llise up 272ft.; ground better for working. 910ft. level: North drive in 110ft., carrying full face payable stone ; started rise, now up 12ft. in payable stone. South drive in 97ft. ; all stone showing gold. 870ft. ...