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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 January 1896

CORRESPONDENCE. ? *. ? [Wo are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] A DOUBTFUL PRACTICE. (to the editob oe the catholic press.) Sie, — Being a constant reader of your admirable journal, and as one taking a deep interest in the work of the Catholic schools of the colony, I wish your permission to point out what I consider to be an error of judgment in connection with the annual reports of several schools, as chronicled in your present and past issues. I allude to the abbreviated or pet names, which have been allowed to creep into the official lists of the prizewinners. Such appellations as ' Willie,' ' Gertie,' ' Maggie,' 'Freddie.' 'Kitty' ' Lizzie' 'Nellie.' fitr* etc., should find no place in official documents. Proper names have been supplied to all children by the parents, the Church, or the State, aod such only should be used on all public occasions. The use of pet names tends to convey one of two errors — either that an undue familiarity exists be...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 January 1896

THE SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL. ? a__ ? , An important addition was made to the Society of St. Vincent de Paul on Sunday, December 29, by the inauguration in Gt-oulburn of a new branch, which will be known as the conference of S3. Peter and Paul. The inauguration of this conference marks an epoch in the history of the Society in the colony, it being the first established outside the metropolis, The spirit of piety and charity evinced by the Catholic gentlemen of Goulburn cannot bnt incite their neighbours in adjacent towns, and even those in other dioceses, to follow such an excellent example. If such should be the result, G-oulburn, being the seat of the Episcopal See, would very properly and con veniently form the seat of the central council of that diocese. A meeting of those interested in the forma tion of the new conference was held in the school hall adjoining the Cathedral on Sunday morning, after the eleven o'clock mass, and over eighty gentlemen assembled. The meeting w...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 January 1896

NOTES AND COMMENTS. ? 4 ? Not Dryden in his memorable ode to St. Cecilia ; not Milton in the grandest passages of his daring epic reached higher flights of bewitching imagery or wondrous metaphor than did the Sydney Telegraph in an article last week announcing the retirement of Judge Windeyer from the Bench. Never before did the gods permit mortals to gaze on a more upright judge, a more confiding friend, a more estimable citizen, a more eminent lawyer, a man of more varied attain ments, of more commanding personality, of lunuer neari, ui mure uruciu aim generous sympathies, of higher culture, of more in flexible devotion to duty, to justice and to truth. In a corrupt age he stood apart lofty and serene, and scorning the little opinions of the majority of the people of New South \Vales who were hindered by nature from following him into the dazzling region of unclouded intellect and pure mental force. In this wa}' he was misunderstood of the vulgar — but he heeded not. His incom par...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 January 1896

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SCOTTISH JUSTICE TO IRISH DANGERS. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 January 1896

SCOTTISH JUSTICE TO IRISH DANCERS. (to the editor of the catholic press.') Sir, — I trust you will allow me space in which to place before the public the injustice done the three Irishmen — Messrs. O'Kiordon, Finucan, and Purfcill — who entered for the Irish jig at the H.Q-. Sports on New Tear's Day last at Moore Park. The above-named gentlemen finding that, in accordance with the nroeramme. thev could comnete in the abovp JO ' v x named dance without the thing called Irish costume, paid their post entrance (2s. 6d.) on the ground. Wlien the gentlemen whose names appeared in the programme of sports had competed in this beggarly livery, which the judges are pleased to call Irish costume, but which, accurately speaking, must have been the lef t-off garb of a flunkey, I was called upon to com pete, but, because I refused to insult my country by wearing such a beggarly garb, the judges refused to allow me to compete. I pointed out the conditions laid down in their programme of sports, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 January 1896

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A PROTEST. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 January 1896

A PROTEST. (to the editor of the catholic press,) Sir, — In your last number I am sorry to see that gifted young Australian, J. E. 8. lienerie, going so far out of his way to make such an uncalled for attack on the local bardlhg. Local colour does not, I think, mean references in poems, &c, to ' drunken shearers ' and such like, as your learned, but misinformed, contributor seems to think. Besides, his criticism on the local hardline: is altogether uncalled for, and in most part erroneous, as can be seen from reading the poetry of such renowned local bardlings as Brunton Stevens, Kendal, and A. L. Gordon. Hoping that your correspondent will see his way clear to with draw some of his erroneous statements, which are calculated to do harm, and thanking you in anticipation, — I am, &c, A. MoCormaok. .a^ ?

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
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CATHOLIC NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 January 1896

CATHOLIC NEWS. ^ ? (Fbom Contempoeaeies*) It is proposed to open a subscription in France for the erection of monuments at Chambery to Joseph and Xavier de Maietre. A telegram from Winnepeg says : 'The Rev. Lord Archibald Douglas recently preached a sermon here, in which lie announced that a training farm would be established in Manitoba for Catholic children sent out from the United Kingdom.' Our Spanish correspondent (says the Gorreo JUspanol) states that the wife and two daughters ujl jxi .1.. jvursUj uucuiur ui uiiu ouuuitti iulc icic graph cable at Vigo, have been received into the Church by Father Santos, S.J. Dr. Joachim 13esser, the Hungarian Jew, whose conversion to the Church has been announced, has gone to Home to study theology. He is well acquainted with Eastern tongues, and desires to become a missionary. The Qormania^ the well-known Catholic journal of 'Berlin, states on trustworthy authority that Prince Ferdinand has addressed a letter to the Pope, in which he explai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 January 1896

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 January 1896

ACAFlMFiRDC Beautiful Silver-plate, ? D/iUn UCfSSjDj Watches, and Jewellery, 815 & 817 GEORQE ST. (opp. Railway Station), SYDNEY. ? ? ? 1 ? ' BBND FOR $&fa jCz6&2E^)S=^ Price L,ist. ^^§|g||^i^ Fir Pickles. Pure Silver on White ' Metal-7/6, 10/., 12/6, 16/-, 17/6, 20/-, similar to above. Pure Silver on White Metal. Tea Spoons, 7/6 half-dozen. Dessert Forks or Spoons 10/- half-dozen. Table Spoons or Forks, I2/6 half dozen. Serviette Ringa. Puro Solid Silver-8/6, 10/8, 12/6 each. Silver-plated 1/-, 2/-, 8/- each. Oaaea 2/- extra. & ___ ^» Pooket KniveB—1/-, I/6, 2/6, 3/6, 4/6 Send for Illustration. o stclasB Oako Basket, Puru silver & White Metal 7/6, 20/-, 22/6, 27/6, 30/-, similar to above. Biscuit Barrels. Cut Glass, Puro Silver Plate— 13/6, 15/0, 17/6, 21/ ' Match Boxes. Pur» Solid Silver, 8/8, 10/6, 12/6, 16/-. price to otzo. Ladies' Purses. Crocodile Skin, Pure Solid Silver Mounts— 16/6, 17/6, 21/- Gents' Pooket Bocka same price si ' ... '....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 January 1896

S3LSSS 'GLADSTONE TOBACCO.' LARGE PLUG & M A.TCHES, 0d. BJf'O^ J$& © TET S 89 A JU IB o 'WEEK'S SUPPLY, *lb PLUG, 0j-. Agents - MCCARTHY & CO., Maymarket. Scale of Charges for Advertising in THE CATHOLIC PRESS. KTNOLIO COLUMN. H. (1. ? h. (1, a Linos (10 words) - .1 0 8 linos - -HI) 'I „ (82 „ ) - 2 0 10 „ - a 0 0 ,, - - - 2 ll 12 „ (onoinch) -l- 0 Hull' Single Column - - - £1 5 0 Full „ „ ... 2 10 0 Hull: Fuyo ? » 10 0 Full ,,~ ? 7 0 0 DOUJMilO COLUMN. \2a, per inch across Wo columns. .lll.li'.THS, iMAKMiTACMiJH, AND .U.MATH8. 3s. pov insortiou. Versos or nofciilciiWons aMaohod, .Is. por lino oxtvra. .1 'A RAG HA I ' 1 1 AD V 10 UT I S KM I0NTH, lO'.PO. Pi in lymph Advorkisotnonts (snuUHvypo) - Is. por lino » ... (ordinary typo) - 2s. por lino Special Column Advorfcisoments - - (is. por inch Spaco on Front Pago 2o por cent*, oxtra, ,, Hack ,, 15 „ „ KeduefciouH made for standing advortisomont/S. Baios and all information at tho Clononvl Olllcos, Lincoln's In...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 January 1896

IRELAND. ? 4, ? (Prom Contemporaries.) Amongst the Catholics who took part in the important discussion, ' The London Water Problem,' at the sessional dinner of the United Club, held at the Holborn Eestaurant, was Mr. Nicholas Synnott, barrister-at-law. Mr. Synnott is an Irishman, and was for sometime a pupil, in company with Lord Eobert Cecil, son of the Marquis of Salisbury, in the cham bers of Mr. Joseph Walton, Q.C. The Admiralty have at last decided to place a training-ship for boys at Queenstown, the old ironclad Black Prince having been relegated tor that duty. This step will have the effect of reducing the number of Catholic boys annually trained at Devon port, because for many years past the Irish boyb numbered no less than 500. This was a goodly number, and the work of chaplain must have been a very heavy strain on Father T. P. Kent, who, in addition to his duties as naval chaplain at the western port, is the rector of the very large mission at Devonport. The leaders of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 January 1896

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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 — 11 January 1896

BERTHA j OR, THE POPE AND THE EMPEROR AN HISTORICAL TALE. BY WILLIAM BERNARD MACCABE. CHAPTER IV.— {Continued). THE RESCUE AND RECAPTURE. 'Not know me!' Such were the words uttered by the pilgrim ? but he was permitted to say no more. The rally of the horsemen outside the village, the movements o£ Lieman upon being restored to his senses, the agitation and the commotion of the serfs, the escape of Lieman, the return to the attack of the horse men, were alike unheeded once the unveiled features of Beatrice were looked upon by the pilgrim. They were as completely unnoticed, as the advance of the horsemen was unheard liv niTTi. toTiati f.TiATT p.n.mA f»ln.+.f:ttvinor nnrl r».lin.T»ir_ ing up the high road, and four horsemen ran at him full tilt, striking him at the same moment with their lances. Of the four lances that struck him, the shafts of three shivered to pieces, and the resistance to the fourth was so great that the trooper was unhorsed. The blows, however, were well aimed, for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 January 1896

BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, Printers, AND PUBLISHERS, BEG respectfully to announce their reestab lishment (temporarily) at 525 KENT STREET (between Bathurst and Liverpool Streets), where they shall be pleased to receive and execute orders as usual. Their Printing' Machinery and Tjq^e being new and modern, they are in a position to give special satisfaction in that department. Please address orders and letters : FINN BROTHERS, 525 Kent Street, SYDNEY, Or Box 1192, General Posb Office.

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St. Joseph's College, Hunter's Hill. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 January 1896

St. Joseph's College, Hunter's Hill. At the annual examinations of the Sydney University, the results of which were posted at the University last week, four of those who were among the successful undergraduates are ex-studenta of the Marist Brothers' College, Hunter's Hill. Mr. E. Lipervouche passed his first year, Mr. P. Louis his second, Mr. J. Reidy his final for the Bachelor of Arts de gree, and Mr. A. Crawley passed with credit his final in the Medical School. The College resumes work on the 15th instant.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 January 1896

FURTHER ENLARGEMENT OF I 11 C UttlllUlllj 1 1 Ciju. m^k paqbs. THE 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 PBEBS IS THE BRIGHTEST AND CHEAPEST WEEKLY JOURNAL IN THE SOUTHERN HBMISPHE RE. GENERAL OFFICES: LINCOLN'S INN CHAMBERS, 38 ELISABETH STREET,

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LITERARY NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 January 1896

LITERARY NOTICES. The White Yacht, and other Stories, by P. E. Quinn. — The contents of this little volume are above the average — a good deal above the average, in fact. We do not know that they can, on the whole, be called cheerful reading, but they are extremely clever and decidedly original. By a taste that is a little out of the common-place line they will be duly appre ciated. Yoimg Australia. — The January cumber of this periodical, which is now before us, supplies its readers with a variety of matter that should minister effectively to their amusement and interest. It must prove a welcome aid to all who have the entertainment and occupation of children to provide for. We have to acknowledge with thanks the receipt, from the Very Rev. Dr. O'Haran, of the Pastoral Letter of the Archbishops and Bishops of Australia in Second Plenary Council Assembled, 1895. We shall commence in our next issue the publication of this im portant document. We have received the Australian Catholic ...

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DIOCESAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 January 1896

DIOCESAN NEWS. a ? The procession of the Blessed Sacrament, which takes place in the evening of the first Sunday of the month, at St. Mary's, invariably draws an immense congregation. On last Sunday night the number present seemed even larger than usual, almost every portion of the Cathedral being crowded. On such occasions a goodjportion of the congregation is composed of non-Catholics, who come to witness the procession ; attracted, no doubt, by the great solemnity of the ceremony. On last Sunday evening His Eminence was assisted by Fathers Carey and Hayden, who acted as deacon and sub-deacon respectively. During the devotions, Mons. Boffiard, the French tenor, sang with great religious ieeling .Packer's ' Ave Maria. The Tasmanian composer is best known as the author of the popular song ' Listening,' but now that he has turned his attention to sacred music it is to be hoped that he will be as suc cessful in this as in the secular. Miss Stafford (the contralto of the cathedral) san...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 11 January 1896

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