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Boston and Vicinity. St Patrick’s Day—-iNteresting Motions. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

Boston and Vicinity. St Patrick’s Day—-iNteresting Motions. The delegates from the Irish societies met on the 38th of Jan., in Evans Hall, at No. 3 Tremont Row, to take measures for the celebration of St. Patrick's Day, which occurs on the 17th of March next. The convention was called to order by Mr. Dauiel J. Sweeney, the President of 1873, and tho records of the last meeting were read by tho Secretary, with the exception of tho minutes of a special meeting, which were not produced. Tho chairmen of the delegations were made a Committee on Credentials, and reported the following societies represented: Irish - American Benevolent Society: .St. franc is de Sales, of Charlestown; Jioston Mutual I Widows’ and Orphans’ Society; Roxbury | Independent Hibernians; St. Peter’s anil St. Paul’s Society: Ancient Order of Hibernians, Divisions' 1. 3, 8. f anil 5; Hibernian Benevolent Society; American Order of Hibernians; Boston Shamrock Society: Hibernian Mutual Relief Society, of Wakefield; Un...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Lectures. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

Lectures. The Very Ifev. Dr. Moriarty, O. S. A., lias concluded his very able course of lectures in Philadelphia reviewing the charges of Fronde. The last lecture in the Catholic Lyceum course, Charlestown, was delivered, Jan. 2(5, by Proi. Wetlierell, on the Victories oi Christianity over Doubt. and Scepticism,” and proved interesting to his hearers. A lecture on “Ireland against Elizabeth” was delivered by John F, Finerty, esq., under the auspices of the Father; Mathew’s Societies of Chicago, Jan. 20, for the benefit oi the Orphan Asylum. D.vniel DoogheuTV, esq., of Phiiadoiphia, will (Uliver a lecture on Ireland in aid ot the Sisters of the Good Shepherd, X. \ on ot. 1 atviek’a Day, at the Academy of Music. 1 ’ J «kv. Pius Devine, a Passionist Father i l .' o ! 1 * ’ | “*■' s Monastery Harolds Cross, Dublin, leeturea in Concert Hail, Philadelphia, Jan. 27 , 29and 3i, for the benefit of Ids institution His subject was - Three 1 buses of Jush History, which he sub-di- ' nh o into t...

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Deaths of Clergymen. Rev G.J. Prendergast, Benton, Wis. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

Deaths of Clergymen. Rev G.J. Prendergast, Benton, Wis. Rev. G. J. Prendergast, who, tor the last live years, linn been pastor at Benton, Wis died , alter a lingering Illness, on the util of January, having received Die last sacraments of (he < liurch at the hands of Rev J. F. Kinsella. The funeral services took place Jan. 11, and were attended by a multitude of persons that Idled every available plaoe in the church. Father l J render • I gastwas, at the time of his death, 44 years of age. He was ordained in Waterlord, Ireland, at the age of 113. His life since that time was spentonthe Mission inEngland and this country. During his residence in America ho has been located in Philadelphia. Galena, Hazel Green, and, for the last live years, in Benton, tVis. The MUteaukce I indicator, in an extended notice of the deceased, says:—“His death has brought sadness to many a home, hut it is in the homes of the poor that lii.s loss will be especially felt. May he rest in peace. Hev...

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An Irish Absentee Landlord. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

An Irish Absentee Landlord. From the Loudon Times. A trial in the Irish Court of Queen’s Bench has been illustrated by two letters, which deserve more attention than they have probably received. The late Mar- | quis oi Hertford—the writer of these letters —was a territorial potentate and a millionaire. His Irish rental was just a trifle short of £60,000, from as many acres lying altogether and including the town of Lisburn. That was part of his landed property. His money lay carelessly idle about him till it amounted to a million. He was very clever, and well able to enjoy life and amuse his friends. But what of all this? It is the old story of land, money, and rank. These are what people envy, what fools write and fight about, what reformers wish to make no longer possible, and what sober men of business spend all their lives in toiling to bequeath to their posterity. It is always within the possibilities of human attainment to get all these. So far as the outward man goes and his ...

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LATEST STEAMER NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

LATEST STEAMER NEWS. CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. The Lale Mgr, Murphy. A sum of £1,300 lias been subscribed at Tort Elizabeth. Cape of Good Hope, for a memorial to the late Very Rev. Mgr. Murphy, V. G., of the Eastern District, and priest of that place. SWITZERLAND. Tl»e Government and the Jesuits. The Federal Council threatens to send a Federal commissioner into the canton of Valais if the Government to that canton continues any longer to tolerate the pres encc of Jesuits in its schools. RUSSIA. An Interesting Account. The Russian correspondent of the London Tablet writes:—“l should like to make your readers acquainted with our Capital, so that they may recognize it in case any of them have occasion to visit it. They would find there countrymen to the number of 2,099, of whom 1',113 are of the female sex. The present population of the metropolis is (597,963, which figures denote an increase of 128,085 souls since the census of 1964. Our first statistics date from the death of Peter the Firs...

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The Pope and the Irish. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

The Pope and the Irish. The X. T. Freeman's Journal gives the following translation of a reply of Pope Pius IX. to a large delegation elf Irish ecclesias. tics and laymen, that presented him an ad. dress on the first Sunday after Mew Year’s Day:— THE FI LE TEXT OF THE HOLY FATHER’S ADDRESS TO THE IEISn. We have since received a copy of the response of the Holy Father to the address presented to him* on the sth of January. The address, which is said to have been very beautiful, was rend by the Hon. Mr. Dal or, of Kerry. The Holy Father replied as follows : This address, in which the heart surpasses the work of the pen, this address you have just read, symbolizes the faith of Ireland, and the attachment and the tenderness of this noble people for the Vicar of Jesus Christ; for all its expressions are stamped with love and devotion, and have given a great consolation to my paternal heart. This living affection of Ireland, I may well say her filial tenderness, and her burning faith, I h...

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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

Obituary. I Died, Nov. 13, 1872, in liis native place, : Baliyshannon, County Donegal, Ireland, ! Mr. Hugh McManus, aged 71 years. Ho was a highly esteemed gentleman, a good Catholic. and a true Irishman, deservedly numbering a large circle of warm friends. His funeral procession was one of the larg est that has taken place in that neighborhood for a long time. His remains were interred in the Abbey. liequiescai in pace. Died, on the 23d of January, 1873, at his residence in Charlestown, Mass., Dr. Edmund L. Conway, A. M., in the 32d year of his age. The many friends of Dr. Conway will be as sorry to learn as we are to write of his early demise. Entering Worcester College in 1857, he evinced great talent and proficiency in his studies until 1881, when he was obliged to relinquish them on account of ill-health. In 1885 he accepted the position of teacher in St Mail’s School, Boston, where he remained for three years, performing all his duties with that ease and exactness which charac...

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CABLE DESPATCHES. Russia and England. Serious Position of Affairs. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

CABLE DESPATCHES. Russia and England. Serious Position of Affairs. Russia Comes Down on India. London, Jan. 27.—The latest report with reference to the Anglo-Russian trouble iu Central Asia, is to the eilect that Russia has made a proposal establishing a neutral zone, and guaranteeing the independence and neutrality of Afghanistan. A Russian Grand Duke en route 10 the Trout. His Imperial Highness, the Grand Duke Nicholas, brother ol His Majesty the Czar is about to proceed to Jurched. in oraer to participate in the Khivan expedition. The Grand Duke Nicholas. Nicholas, Grand Duke of Russia, Ls in the forty-second year of his age. n# is a man of great experience in military matters, as also in diplomacy. He is a General of the Russian army. Aide-de-camp General of the Imperial ijtu.iT, and Commander of the Corps of Army Conscription of St. Petersburg. He is, 'besides, chief of a regiment of grenadiers, colonel of n regiment of Astrakhan dragoons, and, still more appropriate just at pr...

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Page 5 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

A Make Ciiawck —OF GOING TO—IU ELAN D AND BACK FOR ONE DOLLAR, To be Drawn at tlie Fair —TO BE HELD—IN APRIL, 1873, —FOB THE BUILDING OF THE— Immaculate Conception Church, Oblate Fathers, Lowell, Mass. A First-Class Cabin Passage from New York to Irelaud and Back, Donated by the iOTJAUf STI3A32SJHIP COMPAM. TICKETS, #l.OO, Can be bad at THE PILOT OFFICE, or by addressing— Rev. J. McGrath, Box 360, Lowell, Mass. Tbe Oblate Fathers appeal with oonadeiice to their friends on the present occasion. ja.nl! :6t:eop A BOOK FOE EVERY ONE. The only complete and correct edition of th« LECTURES OF FR. BURKE —IN REPLY TO—- “ Historian ” Fronde. Just Published,, THE “ IRiSH-AMERIGAN LIBRARY,” CONTAINING THE FULL COFBSE OF FB. BURKE’S LECTURES. —IX REPLY TO James Anthony Fronde, THE ENGLISH “ HISTOKIAH.” These Lectures give a complete histoi • of ENGLISH MISRULE AND TYRANNY IN IRELAND. as well as an entire refutation of the historical misrepresentations and calumnies which have been spread before ...

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BISHOP LYNCH. “ What to Road., and How to Read.” [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

BISHOP LYNCH. “ What to Road., and How to Read.” Br. Fawst—Ancient Manuscripts r.ml Early Printing--The Xiise and Progress of tUe Black Art—Literature Kntf mjr*r( d-is eland the Ittfugeof 3ucarninf;~'rhc Grand Universities c>Y France axul Italy—Their Effect on Christian Learning—The Jacobins, Huguenots and Communists Enemies to Social, l&cutal and Moral Progress —A new View of the Massacre of St. Bnriholomew—Catherine <le 3lediels—and Louis Napoleon— Legal, Medical and Mercantile Literature—Fallacies of the Modern View of Science Inimical. to Christianity—Proper Keatiing for all Classes— Itcadtug fov Yautli—Novels and Poetry, Etc. Stein way Hall. on West Fourteenth stroet, wtta filled by ft very large audience on Jan. 22, to hear tho lecture of the Right Rev. P. N.X<ytJ,ch, D. p,, .Bishop of Charleston, S. C., on tlio topic—“ What to Read, and How to Read.” Tho lecture was given ! under the auspices of the Xavier Union, and was the first ...

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Temperance. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

Temperance. Tin; quarterly report of the Minnesota | T. A. Union shows an aveiage increase of j 2.7 per cent in each Society, since the Julv ! hall yearly report. j A Boston paper estimates he actual exI penses of intoxicating liquors to the people of ilie city, by its consumptio and the consequent lines and other ncidentals, at an amount ranging between oil and two’milj lion dollars. Two large temperance meetings have recently been held in Dublin, one of the Dublin T. A. Society, and the other the Dublin T. A. League, the latter of which, though not many weeks old, shows a membership of seven hundred. The St. Joseph’s Catholic lolal Abstinence Union, Fond du Lae, Wis., was organized May 12, 1872, with sixty members. and at the present time it has two hundred and twenty members, in good standing. Rev. G. L. Willard,President; P. | Hanigau, Secretary. i The Father Mathew Society, of St. John, X. 8.. gave a public entertainment at Mechanics’lnstitute, Jan. 10. It consisted of literary...

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Census of the Dominion of Canada In 1871. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

Census of the Dominion of Canada In 1871. Full official report of the result of the recent census tali on in the Dominion of Canada:— Protintct Pop. 1871. Pop. 1061. Inc. Ontario 1,620.842 1.396.091 224.751 ! Quebec 1,190.505 1,110,664 79, *ll >iew Brunswick 285.777 252.917 33,730 Nova Beotia.... 387,309 830,857 50,9-13 ' Total 3,484,923 3,089,659 305,265 | The population of the nine largest cities , of the Dominion is given as follows Montreal 107.225 I Hamilton 26,716 i Toronto 56,092 | Ottawa (capital of Quebec 47,166 Dominion) 21,545 Halifax 29,582 London 16,826 I St. Joan’s 28,983 | Kingston 12,407 j In Montreal in 1861 the population was 00,32 5, showing an increase of 16,802 in tan I years, or at the rate of 18 8 per cent. In 1861 the population of Toronto was 44,821, showing an increase of 11.271 in tan years, or at the rate of 2-5 per cent. Quebec bad a 1 population of 51.100 in 1861, and has sustained a decease of 3,034 in the decade.

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Literary Items. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

Literary Items. Sir George Ramsay’s speculative writings 1 hare been published by the Longmans of London. Mr. John Stunrt Mill reviews the late George Grate's “Aristotle” in the Fort- \ nightly Review ior January, 1873. A fourth edition of Rev. Dr. Wm. Flem- ! ing’s ‘•Student’s Manual of Moral Philosophy” has been published by John Murray, of London. i THELeipsic edition, in 17 parts, of Mr. Ti r . Obermueller's ‘ ‘ Keltisclies Worterbuoh ” was recently completed, and formed two octavo volumes. To Macmillan's Magazine for January. 1873. Mr. Wm. E. 11. Lcckv contributes, in the ! seventh paper, a very able and decidedly adverse criticism on Fronde’s “ English in , Ireland.” ! , Professor Emery Washburn lias given to the public an edition of his “ Lectures on j the Study and Practice of the Law,” as delivered in the Law School of Harvard Lni- | varsity. The work makes an interesting octavo volume. Mr. Samuel Lajng has published his “Pre-llistoric Remains ■of Caithness,” : with notes, ...

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INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. A Case in Point. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. A Case in Point. The X. Y. Evening Post publishes, editorially, the following touching appeal to the charitable A case has been presented to us ou behalf of whic.i we feel Justified in making an appeal to those charitable persons who rely upon such statements when made upon our authority. It Is that of a ladv now between sixty and seventy years of age, who lias always, till quite rec utly, been in good and much more than merely comfortable circumstances, but by the death of her husband lias been reduced to absolute want. She has eontrn ed till this winter to support herself, but sbe is now so absolutely helpless as to be dependent upfroln day to day. There is very littb- likelihood that at her age she will ever be able to do anything for herself, and she ought to be In some asylum. If three hundred dollars cau be raised for her she can he put where, for the rest of her da\3, she will be made comfortable, and where this community will be saved from the scandal o...

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THE FARM AND GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

THE FARM AND GARDEN. Irrigation in Colorado.— The Ohio Farmer, snys: A correspondent from El I’aso County, Colorado Territory, reports that irrigation of the natural grasses is coming into practice, and enough has been done to demonstrate that in the course of three orfour years, upland can he made to produce from two to three tons of hay per acre. The Report of the United States Depart j mentof Agriculture for the months ot November and December is at hand, containing a great deal of useful and interesting information, in regard to the average yield i and quality of crops in the several States, | and a record of the prices of farm products ; in the principal cities. A Pennsylvania farmer writes to the ! Tribune: —‘ ‘ The soil more particularly [ adapted to soiling sheep in the field is that of a light texture. It may be sandy loam, ! gravelly loam, or any soil which readily permits the water to pass off. Land that j has been subsoiled immediately before the J crop was sown is in ev...

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Page 6 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

ELEGANT PARI PRAYER B< The Most Superb ( America Mb. Dokahoe desires to it that his stock of ilue bound Pra destroyed by the great lire. 0 1 Hue Velvet, Ivory, and Tortoise just arrived Irom France. Th were sent to our A .cent in ; summer, and have been bound, personal supervision, in the m possible. Each book eontair colored steel engravings, all spici For variety of style aud exeelle assortment cannot be surpassed Our stock of American Fine very complete, and contains a t | choice styles. I The following comprise our | ingst— St. Joseph's Mi Plain and Colored En French Kindi i Velvet clasp and corners ' rims and clasp ‘‘ “ “ and medal full monntings kk kk and medal Also an assortment in Velvet Ornaments, Ivory, Tortoise Mache, etc., at prices ranging American Him' Turkey, super extra kk kk and clasp. pure flexible 44 bevelled antique u _ k k kk and cl _ „ _ London antique Pull English calf, red or gilt ed ' , "* .. '* kk ribbon" Turkey, antique octagon rims.. Lamp of th...

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MAN'S MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

MAN'S MISSION. BY SPERANZA (Lady Wilde). Unman lives are silent teaching, JJe they earnest, mild and true.— Noble U ids are noblest preaching From tl.e oust crated Few. Poet-Priests their anthems tinging, Uei o-sword on conslet ringing. When Truth’s banner Is unfurled; Youthful pr. acl ers, gi nius-giftid. Pouring forth their souls uplifted, Till their preaculug 6iirs the world; Each must work as God has given Hoio-haud and poet-soul; "Work is duty while we live in This weird world of sin and dole. Gentle spirits, lowly kneeling. Lilt their while hands up awiejdlng. To Die Throne of Heaven tf rung Stranger natures culminating, In great actions incarnating What another cun hut sing. Pure and moclr-eyed as an angel, We n.ust strive—must agonize. We must preach the saiuts evangel Fit: we claim tint samtlyprize. Work for all. for work is holy, We fullil our mission solely When iike Heaven a arch above, Bfoud our souls in oue emblazon. And the social diapason Sounds the perfect chord of ...

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THE GATHERER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

THE GATHERER. “ A Snapper-up of Unconsldcrcd Trifles.’’ Tuk king of run—Jo-king. ILuguy oustomers—Bears. Cor.D muflins—Kagamuffins. Goi.d beaters—The Wall street bears. In the grave nil are kings. Beauty Is u short lived tyranny. Sotrates. Lay silently the injuries you receive upon the altar of oblivion. In life as in art, the beautiful moves in curves.— Uulwer l.ytton. He that governs well leads the blind, but he that teaches gives him eyes. An object of Interest—Your deposit in the savings bank. The shortness of life is very often owing to the irregularity of the liver. Be temperate in diet—our first parents ate themselves out of house and home. Ti:ue friendship; like good steel, grows brighter the more lrequent it is used. Before you commit suicide take a cold bath. What people term despair is very often dirt. Some persons only c all a man their i friend as an excuse for taking liberties with , him. Thf. pleasures of sense will surfeit and | not satisfy; the pleasures of religion...

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