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RECENT PUBLICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 25 January 1896

RECENT PUBLICATIONS. ' Memoirs op Eosbkank.' — 'We have re ceived a copy of this year's issue of the excel lent school periodical edited by the young lady boarders of Eosebank College. It is simply wonderful the strides that this College has been making of recent years. It possesses now in a marked degree all the modern require ments of a high-class educational centre — a beautiful situation,charming recreation grounds, IV lUJJ.^ JLUli JiBU UJL JJUJJUB, Mill y IV 111 LtUlllll UiUUUlU modation, the best teaching ability in every subject of modern education procurable, ana superior disciplinary arrangements that render progress in study easy and certain. The com bination of so many strong forces directed to one end — the mental and moral training of the pupils — naturally produces the most gratifying results, and Eosebank has now reached that revolutionary stage in its history when its boarders are conscious of a strength and im portance sufficient to justify them in publish ing their...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 25 January 1896

Freetrade. Lowest Clash, Prices. A Jl k Boys' and Men's ^^^^^^^3 AUSTRAL ,OBi-.^Ml'|iB|-l MERCERS, HATTERS, WgSBl^mmsm OUTFITTERS, (60, [AUSTRAL C LOTH I ERS , M ERCERS , l-l ATTERst&cf IB^^J|KgSlli^Sip^P^ IWV1TJ3 INSPECTION ^^—':^^!^^MW^'^^^^^^!^^^'-^^' W OF THEIR ^BWllWilW^S EXTENSIVE ..^^p^-IJSSi^jSiiES'j*!-- 486, 488, and 490 ^«^^i|3?s^|^l^p^- GEORGE STREET, Opposite M.ain ICntrance of New [Markets. THE iEN'S AND BOYS1 CLOTHING DEPARTMENTS ARE NOW THOROUGHLY STOCKED WITH Every Requisite for the Season's Trade. A Call will Kopay Anyone Requiring GOODS OF RELIABLE QUALITY AT MODERATE PRICES. TRADE SYSTEM— ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN BIGTJRBS, AND SOLD FOB, CASH O N L Y. Clerical Garments Ready for Immediate Wear- or Specially to Measure at Economical Prices. Men's Trousers. Fancy Striped, 6s. lid., 7s. 6d., 10s. Od. 1 Fancy and Worsted, 10s. (id. Sorgorotto Tuousors, all shades, 8s. lid. Flannel Criokoting Trousers, 7s. (3d., 10». Gd. A Very Special Lino in Men's Tweed Trous...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 25 January 1896

s^ggs 'GLADSTONE TOBACCO.' LAKGE PLUG- & MATCHES, 6d. IE W Q If$i, Iffi O II 4 S S Jk JE« B o WEEK'S SUPPLY, £lb PLUG-, 9d. Agents - MCCARTHY- & CO., Haymarket. Scale of Charges for Advertising in THE CATHOLIC PRESS. KINGLIfl COLUMN. s. d. e. (1. 2 lines (16 words) - 1 0 8 linos - - 3 0 -l „ (33 „ ) - 2 0 10 „ - - 3 0 0 „ - - - 2 0 13 „ (one inch) 4 0 Half Single Column - - -.£15 0 Full „ w 2 10 0 Half Pago ? 3 10 0 Full „ ? 7 0 0 DOim.lil'i OO.LU.MN. !12s. per inch across two columns. HIRTIIH, MARKIAGigS, AND DEATHS. 8s. per insertion, Verses or notifications attached, Is. per lino extra. IPAKAQIU I'll AD VHHT.1 S13M 10NTS, J8T0. Paragraph Advorfcisonionts (small type) - Is. per line „ „ (ordinary typo) - 2s. per lino Special Column Advertisements - - (-s. per inch Space on Front Pago 25 per cent, extra. „ Back „ 15 ,, „ deductions made for standing advertisements. .Kates and all information at the General Ollicos, Lincoln's Inn Chambers, '3S Elizabeth Stroot. A. C....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 25 January 1896

HOWAT & McPHAIL, CLERICAL OUTFITTERS, Robe 8c Gown Makers, 10 PABK STEEET, SYDNEY (upstairs). liurli of Jfatti £ou# »to. ESTABLISHED 1817. Mead Office: GEORGE ST., SYDNEY. Authorised Capital ? £3,000,000 0 0 Paid-up Capital, as on 30th Sept.. 1895 ? £1,890,200 0 0 Reserve Fund, as on 30th Sept., 1895 ? ' £1,172,297 2 0 DIRECTOllS : James Richard Hill, Esq., President. Charles Smith, Esq. Robert C. Closo, Esq. Thomas Buckland, Esq. J. T. Walkor, Esq. Thomas Cadell Esq. AUDITORS : A. GL Milson, Esq. | J. S. Harrison, Esq. London Office: OLD BROAD STREET. With Branches in all 1,1 1 o Australian Colonios and Now Zealand j and agencies in Tasmania, India, and iilio Eaut, Clio United States, Hamburg, and tho United Kingdom. Tho Bnnk allows interest on lixod. deposits ; eolloets for its customers dividends of public companies, and interest on debentures; and invests money on their behalf in public, securities in the Colonies or Great Britain ; undertakes the agoncy of otJiur banks;...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 25 January 1896

OSOAR WAHLBERG, MEMBER SYDNEY STOCK EXCHANGE, STOCK AND SHARE BROKER, 25 Hunter Street, Sydney. ALL Communications promptly attended to. Latest quotations from the Colonies supplied. Exchange quotations forwarded three times daily. A. H. BARCLAY, Mining A&ent (Member of the N.S.W. Stock Exchange j Member of the Coolgardie Stock Exchange), OFtflOKS : 19 POST OFFICE CHAMBERS, PITT STREET, SYDNEY, N.S.W. BAYLEY STREET, COOLGARDIE, W.A. Mining and Financial Companies Moated and Managed. Every Description of Mining Machinery supplied and erected on claims for an interest in same. HICKEY & CAHILL,; FANCY BREAD AND BISCUIT BAKERS. (Bakers to the Principal Colleges and Convents). FACTORY— 30 SURREY STREET. BRANCH— HUNTER'S HILL,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 25 January 1896

THY S. WHIDDON'S, 178 PITT STREET, FOR CHEAPEST BOOTS IN SYDNEY.

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
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BERTHA; OR, THE POPE AND THE EMPEROR AN HISTORICAL TALE. CHAPTER VI.—(Continued). THE CAPTIVE ON THE RIVER MAINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 25 January 1896

BERTHA; OR, THE POPE AND THE EMPEROR ? ♦ ? AN HISTORICAL TALE. BY WILLIAM BERNARD MACCABE. CHAPTER VI.— {Continued). THE CAPTIVE ON THE RIVER MAINE. ' Dedi the younger,' thought he. ' It is the first time lie has crossed my path, and yet I cannot tell why it is that now, and for the first time, his name shakes my heart with .the same dread that I suppose the condemned criminal feels when he looks for the first time on the headsman assigned to slay him. I do not hate the man — I fear him ; and wherefore ? There is nought in common between us. I do not intend to injure him j I can have no interest in doing so. I am his superior in rank, in wealth, in power. He never can be my rival, for neither he nor one of his family will accept, much less seek a favour from Henry. Why then do I — for I do — fear him ? Wherefore have an apprehension about him ? the more annoying, because it is indefinable and inex plicable, and yet have not the slightest feeling of the same description towards Duke ...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] PETERSHAM CEMETERY. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 25 January 1896

CORRESPONDENCE. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] PETEBSHAM CEMETERY. (to the editor op the catholic press.) Sir, — In reference to the correspondence in your columns during the past few weeks, directing attention to the deplorable condition of the Petersham Cemetery, I. think the time has arrived when some practical steps should be taken to put this sacred spot in decent repair. The condition of this cemetery is out of all harmony with the Catholic traditional reverence for the last resting-place on earth of the faithful departed. X WUU1U. JSUggCBU I'llCtb il UCjJ ULclUlUii Ui. UUUlStJ particularly interested in the cemetery should interview the proper authorities and obtain, the necessary permission to have a substantial fence erected and a responsible caretaker appointed. If there should be no funds avail able for this very necessary work, surely the small amount required could be raised by private subscriptions. — I am, etc., M. ? 4 ?

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 25 January 1896

IRELAND. (From Contemporaries.) Mrs. Ernest Hart, whose work in connection with Irish home industries is well known, has started a penny monthly illustrated journal, entitled ' Irish Home and Art Industries.' Mr. Justin McCarthy, M.P., replying to an inquiry, states that a rumour published recently in a Dublin newspaper, that he intended to retire from the chairmanship of the Nationalist Parliamentary Party as soon as Mr. Michael Davitt should return from Australia, and that Mr. Davitt would be made chairman, is quite unfounded. ' The Voyage of Bran, the Son of Febal, to the Land of the Living,' an Irish Saga, now first edited, with translation and glossary by Kuno Meyer, with an essay on ' The Irish Vision of the Unhappy Other World ' and ' The Celtic Doctrines of Re-birth,' by Alfred Nutt — a work which has just been published — is keenly appreciated by those who take an interest in ancient lore. Upwards of sixty persons were evicted on Wednesday, December 11, from their holdings ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 25 January 1896

GOULBURN. (From an Occasional Correspondent.) The wind was too high. Prof. Price thought so, at least, on Friday evening. He had promised the citizens of Goulburn a little   amusement by showing how he could go up in a balloon to a height of 5,000 ft., and how he could come back again with a large umbrella — not exactly under his arm. The announcement caused quite a flutter among the sensation   loving portion of the populace. General Booth had come and gone; things had settled down again to the routine of humdrum country life ; something was wanted to   counteract the stagnating effects of the heat. Prof. Price was a Godsend. It was, indeed, a pity to disappoint the many pretty hats and bonnets that gathered at 4 p.m. in the recreation grounds, under 105deg. in the shade, to   witness the lofty flight of the worthy Professor. But everybody knows — at least they ought to know — how the plans of men as well as mice are oftentimes sa...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ANNIVERSARY REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 1 February 1896

THE ANNIVERSARY REGATTA. The weather conditions were perfect on Monday last, when the Anniversary Regatta was held. A. fresh north-easterly was blowing, I which enabled the sailing races to be brought off: successfully. The Orient Company's Ormuz, Commander !P. M. Tuke, was the flagship, and the magnificent steamer was largely patronised. His Excellency the Gathorne-Hardy, arrived shortly before 1 ; and, at the invitation of the Orient Company, I sat down to luncheon with about twenty guests. j In the rowing races the chief event was the I Senior Fours ; won, after a good race, by j the Mercantiles. In the race for all yachts, j 10 rating and over, the Iduna easily defeated 3 the Thelma. 9 The annual meeting of the New South Wales 9 Rowing Association was held on Tuesday S evening at the Oxford Hotel. Mr. George I Thornton, M.L.O., presided. The sixteenth 1 annual report stated that there was an esti- 1 mated surplus of £30 7s. Id. The report and | balance-sheet, on the motion of Mr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ENGLISH TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 1 February 1896

THE ENGLISH TOUR. A revised list of fixtures for the Australian team to visit England was received by the last mail. The first match has been arranged for May 11, at Sheffield Park, against Lord Sheffield's Eleven. The first of the test matches will be played, at Lords, on June 22 ; the second, at Manchester, on July 1G j and the final, at the Oval, on August 10.

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INTERNATIONAL CRICKET. THE TEAM SELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 1 February 1896

INTERNATIONAL CRICKET. THE TEAM SELECTED. On Tuesday night the team to tour England was picked by Messrs. Garrett, G-iffen and Bruce. After a long consultation the follow ing 13 were selected : — H. S. Trott. H. Graham, .T. Harry, A. E. Johns, H. Trumble (Victoria) j I\ A. 'iredale, S. E. Gregory, H. Donnan, T. R. M'Kibbin (New South Wales) ; Gr. G-iffen, J. Darling, E. JoneB (South Aus tralia) ; C. J. Eady (Tasmania). No fault can be found with the selection of Johns, who is looked upon as the best wicket-keeper in Australia. It was generally thought that Albert Trott would be picked', but during the past season he. has been completely out of form, and hence there was justification for his omission. The team possesses six good bowlers, Jones and Eady being fast trundlers, and it is also strong in batsmen.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTS AND PASTIMES. CRICKET. VICTORIA v. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 1 February 1896

SPORTS AND PASTIMES. ? a ? CRICKET. VICTORIA, v. NEW SOUTH WALES. The fifty- sixth intercolonial match between New South Wales and Victoria was commenced on Saturday last at the Cricket Ground. The toss was won by the Victorian captain, who decided to send the Welshmen in. The weather was very showery, and play had to be stopped shortly after one o'clock, owing to the heavy rain flooding the wicket. The Victorians, how ever, first disposed o£ Mackenzie, who did not score. When play was abandoned the total stood at 6z tor one wicket. Tne match was resumed on Monday before a very large attendance and in the presence of the Gover nor. New South Wales was disposed of for the small score of 187, of which Iredale and G-arrett secured 109. The fine bowling and fielding of Trumble, who was splendidly assisted in the latter department of' the game by Bruce, Graham, and Harry, had something to do with the small totals of our representa tives. Bruce and C. McLeod opened the innings for Victori...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 1 February 1896

Telephone 1482. MR. CHARLES I. HARRIS, DENTIST, ST, JAMES' CHAMBERS, Opposite the Queen's Statue, KING STREET. NOTE. 1. The exact Eee can be ascertained before the work is undertaken. 2. Where there are two or more members of a family to be attended to, a Special Reduction is allowed. 3. A Duly-qualified Lady Assistant is always in attendance. The Scale of Pees, also the Methods of Saving the Teeth, as practised by Mil. HARRIS, can be obtained upon application to above address.

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DIOCESAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 1 February 1896

DIOCESAN NEWS. The Diocesan retreat of the clergy of the Archdiocese of Sydney commenced on Mon day last at St. Patrick's College, Manly. The exercises of the retreat are being conducted by the Very Rev. Father Byrne, CM. The following changes have been made in the diocese of Wilcannia : — The Very Rev. M. J. Treacy, V.Gh, has been removed from Hay to Deniliquin ; the Very Rev. T. O'Con nell from Cobar to Hay ; the Rev. L King from Hillston to Cobar; the Rev. J. O'Shea from Balranald to Wilcannia ; and the Rev. TVT KTAAorn.n ?ffnm DnTmv in T^rnlrAn TTill ? The Bishop of the diocese, who proceeded to Wilcannia to be present at the funeral of the late lamented Father Davern, will remain in the town named pending the arrival there of Father O'Shea on February 9. The death of Father Davern, which occurred at Wilcannia from the effects of the extreme heat on Friday, the 17th inst., is universally regretted. The deceased priest, who was a native of the County Tipperary, and a student of A...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
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THE VERY REV. FATHER TREACY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 1 February 1896

THE VERY REV. FATHER TREACY. (From the ' Riverine Grazier') The Very llev. Father Treaey, Vicar-G-eneml of the Diocese of Wikannia, at his own re quest, has been transferred by Bishop .Dunne from Hay to Deniliquiri. This news, wo are sure, will be heard with the deepest regret throughout every part of this district where the very reverend gentleman has been so well and favourably known for many years. Ten years ago Father Treacy came from Tumut to Hay as assistant to Father Kiely. formed, and Hay ceased to belong to Goul burn, Father Treacy cast in his lot with the new diocese, volunteering to remain with the new Bishop, who was then much tin need of priests. When Father Kiely was removed to Broken Hill, Father Treacy was put in charge of the Hay parish, and two years later, when ! Bishop Dunne was about to visit Home, he appointed Father Treacy to the high and responsible office of administrator of the dio cese during his (the Bishop's) absence, and made him also the Vicar- General...

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SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 1 February 1896

SOCIAL. ??-- ? + The Holy .Father gave audience, on December 11, to the Crown Princess of Sweden and Norway, who was received at the Vatican with the honours accorded to persons of Eoyal rank. The Hotel Cimiess, at Nice, has been engaged for the Queen for next March. # # * La Oomtesso de Trani, the Empress of Austria's sister, is sojourning at Mentone, where the Emperor Prancis Joseph and his consort are expected at the beginning of February. On December 29 Mr. Gladstone was to celebrate his eighty-sixth birthday, and it was understood that the Queen was having a splendid pair of transparent rock crystal pebbles made into optical glasses as a birthday gift for the eminent statesman. Amongst the guests invited by Sir Edward Lawson, proprietor of the London Daily Telegraphy to Hall Barn, Buckinghamshire, to meet His lioyal Highness the Prince of 'Wales, was Lord Eussoll of Killowen, who was not far off the Prince when His Eoyal Highness met with the slight accident by powder being blo...

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AT HOME AND ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 1 February 1896

AT HOME AND ABROAD. The jealousies lately reported as caused by the appointment oi: Prince Henry of Battenberg to a place on the staff of the Ashantee expedi tion have received a stern admonition. The death is announced of the Prince from the effects of a fever caught by him in the un wholesome climate. He died at sea on his way from the Grold Coast to Madeira, whither he had been ordered for recovery. Beyond the fact, meantime, that the Prince was the husband of the Princess Beatrice, youngest daughter of Her Majesty the Queen, little seemed to be known about him by the ifflTlflHol TMinlin I'll/-* i-i n n i + 1 /-\ ?-» \\ n. fili^/-! «1»1I^.^J hip to remain in the background— as, in fact, might be seen by the jealousies that arose when at length he did come forward — and of which, evidently, a good deal was made. The regret felt for his # demise, therefore, will be princi pally that arising h'oin the grief caused by it to the Princess (his widow) and the Queen. Some interest, never...

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THE IRISH RIFLE CORPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 1 February 1896

THE IRISH RIFLE CORPS. It may not have been — nay, it was not, necessary, as the Minister for Defence said on Tuesday, in replying to the deputation, that so large and influential a deputation should wait on him to apply for permission to form an Irish Rifle Corps. That permis sion would be readily granted was a foregone conclusion. The fact, indeed, that the proposal had emanated from the Cardinal Archbishop was of itself enough to make this assured. It was, nevertheless, becoming that a movement which, as Monsignor O'Brien said, in effect, the other night at the meeting, must mark an epoch in the history of the colony, should throughout be treated in a manner commensurate with its import ance. This, no doubt, also the Minister re cognised, though he marked his readiness to consent by such an expression of surprise. Necessarily, the Government are pleased at this coming to the front of Irish colonists. It is a matter of course, but a matter of course that becomes palpable at an opp...

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