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St. Joseph's, Woollahra. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896
St. Joseph's, Woollahra. A Missa Cantata was celebrated ; celebrant, the Eev. M. B. Gaynor, O.S.F. The m-isic comprised selections from Mozart and Webor's Mass in G, with the ' Adeste Fideles.' Miases M. Kearney, Newinham, and Gh Eichinson were the sopranos, Miss A. Murphy contralto, Messrs. M. and T. Maguey tenors, and Messrs. II. A. Maguey and A. Lougnan bass. Mr. Granville Brown, the church organist, acted as conductor.
St. Bridget's, Marrickville. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896
St. Bridget's, Marrickville. The Paasionist Fathers celebrated High M!ass at 6 o'clock; celebrant, Eev. bather Patrick; deacon, Eev. Father Colman; sub-deacon, Eev. Father Callistus. There was a second High Mass at 11 o'clock ; celebrant, Eev. Father Eeginald ; deacon, Eev. Father Colman ; sub deacon, Eev. Father Callistus ; preacher. Eev. Father Patrick. The Mass, sung by the choir, with Mr. W. Asprey conducting, and Mr. Fred. Croft at the organ, was Weber's, in G.
St. James's Church, Forest Lodge. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896
St. James's Church, Forest Lodge. The Eev. Father Hogan was the celebrant of the 11 o'clock Mass. Haydn's ' Imperial Mass' was sung by the choir, Mr. T. M. O'Neill conducting, and Miss Eisenstadten at the organ. Mrs. F. T. Kiley, Mrs. Woods, Miss Quilty, Miss Costello, Mr. Bernasconi, Mr. Eisenstadten, Mr. Fitzpatrick, and Mr. Dono hoe were the soloists. Mr. Dragon led the orchestra. The ' Adeste Fideles ' was sung at the offertory and the ' Hallelujah Chorus ' at the end.
St. Joseph's Church, Newtown. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896
St. Joseph's Church, Newtown. Solemn High Mass was celebrated at 11 a.m., the Eev. Father Battle acting as celebrant. The Very Eev. Dean Slattery preached. The choir, directed by Herr Eaimund Pechotsch, perforned Haydn's Imperial Mass ; Madame Pechotsch contralto, Mrs. Wormald soprano, Mr. Gates tenor, Mr. Angelo bass. The ' Adeste Fideles ' was sung at the offertory, and the 'Hallelujah Chorus' at the end. Miss Lennon sang Mascheroni's ' Ave Maria,' with violin obbligato by Horr Pechotsch. Bene diction was afterwards given, when HimmeVs ' 0 Salutaris ' was sung by Madame Pechotsch. Mr. John McCauley sang a ' Tan turn Ergo,' by Murphy. Madame Pechotsch presided at the organ.
St. Mary's, North Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896
St. Mary's, North Sydney. At 11 a.m. the Eov. Father Buckeridge, S.J., acted as celebrant. Gounod's Messe ' kSolen nelle' was performed, the solos being taken by the Misses Mullens and Alphonso, and Messrs. Robins, Loughlin, Robinson, and Vider. Tho solo in tho ' Adeste Fideles ' was sung by Mrs. Hahn. The orchestra was led by Mr. F. Halm, with Mr. E. Hahn. Mr. C. Robinson, Mus. Bac, presided at the organ.
St. Francis' Church, Paddington. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896
St. Francis' Church, Paddington. A Missa Cantata, preceded by five masses, the first beginning at half-past G, was celebrated at 11 am., the Eev. P. B. Lawler, O.S.F., act ing as celebrant. Turner's Mass was sung by a powerful choir, with full orchestral accom paniment. Mr. W. H. Whiddon conducted the choir, and Mr. Stephenson led the orchestra. Miss Llewellyn was the soprano, Mr. Eiley fcenor, and Messrs. Humphries and E. J. Hogan bass. Mies Mylott sang Masceroni's 'Ave Maria,' and Miss Llewellyn the solo part of the 'Adeste Fideles.' Miss M. A. Andrews was the organist.
Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, Randwick. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896
Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, Randwick. Solemn High Mass was celebrated ; cele brant, the Eev. Father Merg, deacon the Eev. Father Treand, sub-deacon the Eev. Father Tierney, and master of ceremonies the Eev. Father Douze. The preacher was the Eev. Father Treand. Van Bree's Mass was sung by a full choir, under the ? conductorship of Mr. Finn, Mrs. D'Arcy presiding at the organ. Mrs. and Misses Finn were the sopranos, Mrs. Scott contralto, Messrs. Finn bass and tenor.
Sacred Heart Church, Darlinghurst. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896
Sacred Heart Church, Darling hurst. At the 11 o'clock High Mass the Very Eev. Dr. Carroll, V.G , was the celebrant. The choir, under the conductorship of Mr. O'Sullivan, performed the ' Kyrie, Gloria, and Credo ' of Haydn's ' Imperial Mass,' and the ' Sanctus, Benedictus, and Agnus Dei ' of Gounod's 'Messe Solennelle,' Mrs. Madden and Miss M. McGrath, sopranos ; Miss Chapman, contralto ; Messrs. Bourke and O'Rourke, tenors ; Mr. Myers, bass. At the offertory, Miss Marion McGrath sang the ' Adeste Fideles.' At the end of the Mass, Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament was given.
St. Patrick's Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896
St. Patrick's Cimrcli. At 11 a.m. the Very Key. A. Aubrey was celebrant, Pather Sinisty deacon, and the Very Eev. P. Le Hennetel sub-deacon. The music performed was Cherubim's Coronation Mass, with Miss Edith King as the principal soloist, and M. Wiegand at the organ. Before Mass, M. E. Napoleon Boffard sang ' Noel,' by Adam. In the evening the sermon was preached by the Very Eev. P. Le Hennetel. Mr. J. T. Donovan sang G-ounod's ' Nazareth,' and M. Boffard an ' 0 Salutaris ' in the Gregorian style.
St. Charles's, Waverley. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896
St. Charles's, Waverley. At Solemn High Mass the celebrant was the Eev. A. S. Mullan, O.S.F., the deacon the Eev. E. 'W. O'Brien, S.J., and the sub-deacon the Very Eev. P. B. Kennedy, O.S.F. The choir, under the direction of Mr. Harry Brewer, performed Haydn's 16th Mass, with orchestral accompaniment. The sopranos were Misses Gread and Hunter j contralto, Miss Cannon ;? tenor, Mr. H. Brewer ; and bass, Mr. G. Brewer. Mr. Henderson was first violin, Mr. Lewis second violin, Mr. Jacques viola, and Mr. E. Strauss 'cello. Miss Maggie Tracy was the organist.
St. Francis', Haymarket. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896
St. Francis', Haymarket. Solemn High Mass was celebrated at 11 a.m., the celebrant being Father O'Driscoll, with Fathers Conway and Hyland as deacon and sub-deacon respectively. The choir, under the direction of Mr. S. 0. Jeffcott, performed Haydn's ' Imperial Mass,' the soloists being Mesdames Felton and Tubb ; Misses F. Murphy, A. Smith, and S. Jeffcott; Messrs. T. Eyan, F. Schimmel, G. Butler, and S. Jeffcott. Previous to the Benediction, Miss Acnes Smith sane Millard's ' Ave Verum.' At the Benediction service, Mrs. Tubb sang an ' 0 Salutaris,' arranged from Haydn's 'Creation;' and Messrs. Eyan and Jeffcott gave Eossini's ' Tan turn Ergo.' During the offertory the ' Adeste Fideles ' was sung by the choir and principals. Mr. F. Maxted presided at the organ.
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896
COMMERCIAL Business lias been extremely slack during the past ten clays. The holidays are partly re sponsible for this state or' things. The annual stock-taking is also a factor in the trade stagnation. Some interest centres round tho price lists for 1896. A. few have been issued, but there is a tendency to wait shown on the part of merchants. A shipment of wheat ex Kahulin arrived during the early part of the week, but it will not be passed through, till after the beginning of the year. A private cable received in Sydney on Monday from San [Francisco states that the market for No. 1 milling wheat is firmer and advancing, owing to security.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896
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MINING. MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896
MINING. .... ? ?*- ? ? M AN AG E.RS' .REPORTS. South Burrangong Gold mining Company, week ending December 2S. — No. 3 south-east drive extended Oft. for two days in brown granite bouldor. No. 2 north- west drive driven St't, IT uve boon engaged during the holidays donning boilers and winding engine. Same completed. Expect to have water out of mine and resume underground work on 30th hist. Mount Alien G-old mining Company (by wire), December 30. — Crushed G7 tons. No *?*.-*. v* !«? im t it iin I Mini ri 1'T*1* n (S The Kapai-A^ermout Gold mining Company, No Liability, December 20. — Main level: South face has been extended 10 Ft. for the fortnight, bringing up tho total from ? main rise to 240ft. Since last report tho lode has been much split up and poor in quality, but a change is now sotting in for the better, as the reef is coining in much bettor defined. Twenty feet of sloping has been ex i ended in the seventh stope over main level south, making a total of 20ft. off the rise, fr...
THE PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896
THE PEODUCE MAEKETS. The Sussex-street trade, like the import market, is suffering from the effects of the Christmas holidays, and business is conse quently very slack. Bran and pollard are a shade easier, with little inquiry. Chaff is sel ling fairly well at from £4s 10s. to £5 per ton. Potatoes are in good demand. The following are the quotations : — Elour. — Boiler quoted at £10 to £11 per ton, and new flour at £9 to £9 10s. for Janu ary delivery. Wheat. — rnmenew muling, 4s.; cmckwheat, whole samples, 8s. 9d. ; screenings, 3s. to 3s. 3d. per bushel. Pollard. — Sales at lOcl. per bushel. Bran. — Quoted at 9d. per bushel. Barley. — Cape, 3s. ; English, 2s. 8cl. to 2s. 9d. per bushel. Maize. — Prime inland, 3s. 3d. ; river, 8s. to 3s. 3d. per bushel, according to quality. Oats. — Prime feed, 2s. 9d. per bushel. Peas. — Blue, 4s. 9d. to 5s.; groy, 4s. por bushel. Chaff:. — Moderate stocks of; imported. Ade laide, prime, £4 17s. Gd, to £5 ; Tasmania]), £4 10s. ; primo local, £4 10s. ...
CHRISTMAS DAY IN SYDNEY. St. Mary's Cathedral. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896
CHRISTMAS DAY IN SYDNEY. St. Mary's Cathedral. Mass commenced at 6 a.m. and was celebrated every half hour, terminating with Pontifical High Mass at 11 a.m. The celebrant was the Bight Rev. Dr. Higgins, Auxiliary Bishop. His Eminence the Cardinal Archbishop presided in the Sanctuary. The music was the 'Ecce Sacerdos,' Gkmnod's 'Messe Solen nelle,' with full orchestral accompaniment; at the offertory the 'Adeste Fideles;' and at the end the 'Hallelujah Chorus.' Solo parts were sung by Mrs. Tierney, Miss Devitt and Messrs. limchy, Clancy and U JrJ.alJ.oran. Mr. J. A. Delaney acted as conductor. His Eminence the Cardinal, who preached on the ' Q-ospel of the Day,' in concluding his sermon, made reference to the American trouble. 'War between two great Christian nations, he said, was an inappropriate subject at this time. 'War was a remnant of Paganism, and should have no place among Christian people. Nations, indeed, should hold the &word to guard their liberties, but it was cr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896
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Primary School Prizes of the Archdiocese of Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 4 January 1896
Primary School Prizes of the Archdiocese of Sydney. A. public, meeting was hold at St. Mary's Cathedral on Monday, December 23, for the purpose of announcing the results of tho annual diocesan examinations and awarding the scholarships, money prizes and medals to the successful candidates. The Blessed Sacra ment had been removed from the tabernacle and the sanctuary was occupied as a platform. His Eminence the Cardinal Archbishop pre sided, and there were also present the Right Rev. Dr. Higgins (Auxiliary Bishop of Sydney), the Right Revs. Monsignors O'Brien and Verdon, the Very Revs. Dr. O'Haran, Dr. Carroll, Dean Healy, Dean Slatfcery, A. Aubrey, S.M., P. Le Rennetel, S.M., P. Slattery,O.S.3?., T. Kenny, S.J., the Revs. J. Collins (P.P., Mount Carmel), J. Carroll (Administrator St. Mary's Cathedral), C. Oonway (Administrator St. Francis'), F. Timoney (Administrator St. Benedict's), «P. L. Coonan, P.P. (Forest Lodge), J. P. Moynagh, P.P. (Balmain West), Father Patrick, O.P. (Marric...
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