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EXPORT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 8 February 1896

EXPOET MARKET. A cargo of 700,000iifc. of Australian hard wood is being shipped for. London by the Canada under instructions from Messrs. Scott;, Sibbald and Co. A large quantity has been ordered by one of the leading British railway companies for sleepers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 8 February 1896

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

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COMMERCIAL. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 8 February 1896

COMMERCIAL. Wednesday. It is noteworthy that for the past six months monetary engagements have been extremely well met. The present month has been no exception to the rule. Storekeepers iA the country have naturally been handicapped by the excessive dryness of the weather, and in a few instances they were compelled to apply for renewals. The ruling prices for tea have been good, and there is a fair enquiry. The breadstuff market is firm. Wheat is quoted at 4s. 3d., and flour at from £10 5s. to £10 10s. A quantity of Californian grain has recently been landed. It is a good milling quality, clean and hard. There is nothing of: importance to 'regard in j uto goods. On Tuesday twenty bales of coruaacks wore placed at 4s, 2d,

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 8 February 1896

IRELAND. ? a. ? (Feom Contempoeaeies.) Sib Edward Harljlnd, M.P., one of the principals of the great shipbuilding firm of Harland and Wolff, Belfast, died suddenly on Tuesday, at his residence, Glenfarne Hall, Enniskillen. He represented North Belfast in Parliament since 1889, and as it is a perfectly safe Conservative seat, the regrettable event will not probably cause a contest. The Graelic athletic movement is ascending rapidly in London, and in a very few months it is expected that many clubs, in addition to those already in existence, will be formed. The Athletic Association is closely connected and identified with the Irish political organisation in Great Britain, an arrangement which cannot fail to be a source of strength to both. Mr. Justin McCarthy, M.P., is busily en gaged writing his reminiscences, which will appear in two volumes early in spring. He is also said to have nearly completed another novel to be added to his long and brilliant bead-roll. The industry of the ho...

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A SURVIVOR OF THE "MANCHESTER RESCUE" PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 8 February 1896

A SURVIVOR OP THE 'MAN- CHESTER RESCUE' PARTY. ? ^ ? Me. Edward O'Meaghee Condon, who served eleven years' imprisonment for his share in the rescue o£ Colonel Kelly and Captain Deasy at Manchester, for which Allen, Larkin, and O'Brien were executed, furnishes the Irish World with a most interesting account of the rescue. After describing an incident at the Police Court that aroused the suspicions of the police, he says : — ' Thiq incident seems to have excited some apprehension, for several additional policemen were ordered to accompany the van ; some were placed upon the seat in front and others fol lowed in a cab, there being twelve altogether. It seemed, and it was, were it not for this incident, possible to take out the prisoners without difficulty. After stopping the horses it would be only necessary to seize the sergeant, take the keys from him, and let them out ; but he was now put inside the van, which required to be broken open before he could b© reached. When the vehicle p...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 8 February 1896

CORRESPONDENCE. ._v £ Wo arc not responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] IRISH SOCIETIES' PICNICS. (to the editor op the catholic press.) Sir, — Attention has been frequently directed through the Press at the unsatisfactory way in which our Irish picnics are conducted during the past few years. Yet there seems to be no eff'ort made at mprovement ; on the contrary, there is, if possible, greater apathy and a listless disregard of the comfort and enjoy ment of patrons. To anyone who attended a recent picnic this apathetic indifference was manifest. There was no form of enjoyment or amusement, save dancing, if it may be con sidered as such in the sweltering heat of a day like Monday last. True it is that the pavilion has been lately very much improved, but when dancing is claimed to be the chief or only form of enjoyment, and as the com paratively high fare of Is. 6d. is charged to the grounds, it is both selfish and unreasonable to demand an extra sixpence on en...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 8 February 1896

NOTES AND COMMENTS. His Eminence the Cardinal-Archbishop never permits an opportunity to pass without pointing out the necessity and advantages of education — but of a full, sound, and perfect education, that, while awakening the child's reason, will not foolishly ignore the other essential faculties of its nature. It is an outrage on the name of education to teach children the nature of the material things outside them, and to leave them in ignorance of their own spiritual nature, and of the great dogmas of Faith and ethical principles on which our civilisation has been erected, and by means of which progress and social happiness are alone possible. An irreligious nation cannot exist. It can never attain to prosperity, and if a once religious people become rationalistic, they must rapidly and surely become degenerate and degraded. The reason is obvious. The power of con duct, as Matthew Arnold points out, is by far the most important factor in procuring the true well-being of the i...

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MINING. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 8 February 1896

MINING. Wednesday. Business has not been brisk during the week, and gold shares have been somewhat neglected. Lake George United shares are quoted now at buyers 9s., sellers 10s. Junction North are selling well, a parcel being disposed of yester ,day at 15s. 3d. From Mudgee we learn that the Melrose liiiBh is looking well, though the lead is aim cult to pick up. At the Ourrajong (Wyalong) claim the main shaft has been sunk to a depth of 160ft. It is estimated there are 1,500 tons of stone of as good a quality as formerly raised at the western shaft.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 8 February 1896

S.AFWnPE?^ Watches, Jewellery, ? ^JilWl^ JJ^JT^aJj Silver-plate, Cutlery, 815 and 817 GEORGE ST. (oPp. Railway station), SYDNEY. *atch /fr^m\ watch mm m wL p~^ RepaiPS if mkn RePaips I f tkV Artlcles iflPfei Fpe°; — m — ysB jml Short-wind Keyless, 15/- ; extra quality, 20/ Silver Key or Keyless, Jewelled, 2/-/-. Strong £ Silver Lever, Jewelled, 2/10/-. Superior Keyless or Key Knglish Lever, 3/10/-, 4/-/- 5 hand-finished, 4/10/-, 5/-/-, 6// 7/-/-- 8/-/-. All guaranteed. i i ? fjtirh II Solid Gold Chains, Single or Double, 3/-/-, 3/10/-, 4/-/-, 4/10/-, 5// 15 c. Solid Gold, 5/10/-, 6/-/-, 6/10/-, 7/-/-, 8/-/-, 10/-/-. Pure Silver, 10/-, 12/6, 15/-, 20/-. tea. AHY '%| 9 n. Solid Gold Bar, any name, 7/6. Extra strong „ ,, 10/-. in c Gold „ „ 15/-. 18 c. ,. „ „ 20/-. Pure Silver „ „ 3/6. Ladies' ,3 Sapphires, 2Diam'ds ( Ring, 18 c. Gold, 3/-/-, 4/-/-, v B/-/-, 6/-/- ; all Diiun'ds, 4/-/-, 5/-/-, 6/./-, 7/-/-, 8/-/-, 10/-/-, 12/10/-, IB/-/-, 20/-/-. Price according to aize of stonea. 9oHw...

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MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 8 February 1896

MANAGERS' .REPOK.TS. Lake Greorge United Mining and Smelting Company, No Liability, Captain's Flat, Feb ruary 3. — Obtaining 'from' bore-hole 405ft. payable gold, silver, copper sulphide ; very satisfactory, as same section of lode in 60ft. crosscut was of no value. Mitchell's Creek Freehold Gold Estate, Ltd., Wellington, N.S.W.— Cleaned up for fort night ending January 25 for 225oz. smelted gold.^ ^ British Broken Hill Proprietary Company, Ltd.— Week ending Wednesday, January 29 : Surface — Splendid headway is being made in all branches connected with the erection of jig plant. Bullion return — Shipped from mine during week, 30 trucks carbonate ore to Port Adelaide ; also seven trucks sulphide ore to -Block 14 mine, Broken Hill.

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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 8 February 1896

GOULBURN. (feom a oobkespondent.) On Tuesday, 28th ult., the annual retreat for the clergy of the dioceae of G-oulburn was brought to a close. The conductor was the Very Eev. Vincent Q-rogan, C.P., and ^ the spacious chapel and halls of St. Patrick's College were equal to the task of accom modating the diocesan clergy. The venerable Bishop (Dr. Lanigan) suffered severely from the intense heat on 23rd and 24th, but is at present in good health, and is taking a small villegiatura at the College, where the grounds, extending over fifty-five acres of real bush, afford a delightful change from the heat and dust of the city below. After the retreat a synod was held, at which several important matters were amply discussed and plans adopted. A meeting of the Diocesan Educa tion Board was held on 'Wednesday, 29th, when arrangements were made for the carrying out of the new system of prize awards to be made in the primary schools of the diocese. Owing to. ill-health, the Eev. Dr. Daly has bee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 8 February 1896

Freetrade. iLowest Cash Prices. a -4 * Boys' and Men's ..^^^^^W. AUSTRAL t^Sz^M; H§ -j MERCERS, HATTERS, ^^^ggggg^-^gggg^i^^g^^^^ UU I FITTERS, (6c.i [AUSTRAL CLOTH lERSTMERCERS J-IATTERS,&3 Fl^^S^^^^^i^^W INVITE INSPECTION f i^^M|iiw3^ft i 0F THEIR tiPl^iMiSl^mK NEW AND EXTENSIVE I ?HSB3* i W^^^l PREMISES^ ^i^Ajli^p, 486, 488, and 490 '?--»»i|^swr GEORGE STREET, Opposite ]VLain Ifintrance of New IVLarkets. Alibi NOW THOEOUGB.LY STOCK 10 D WITH Every Requisite for the Season's Trade. A OitU will. Repay Anyone Requiring GOODS OF RELIABLE QUALITY AT MODERATE PRICES. TRADE SYSTEM:— ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES, AND SOLD FOR CASH ? ONL Y. Clerical Garments Ready for Immediate Wear, or Specially to Measure at Economical Prices. Men's Trousers. Fancy Striped, (5s. lid., Is. 6d., 10s. (id. .Fancy and Worsted, 10s. (id. Sergorotto Trousers, all shados, 8s. lid. Mannol Cricketing Trousers, 7s. (id., 10s. Od. A Very Special Lino in Men's Tweed Trousers, 9s. lid., 4s. lid., Gs. li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 8 February 1896

Telephone No. 496. ' Telephone No. 496. PEATE & . HAE00URT, THE PREMIER GROCERY ESTABLISHMENT Or AUSTRALIA. By Special Appointment, Purveyors to — H.R.H. THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH, AND HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR. GROCERS, WINE MERCHANTS and ITALIAN WAREHOUSEMEN. BEST OF GOODS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. 255 GEORGE STREET, SIDNEY.

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OBITUARY. Death of the Rev. Father Marianus Bambini, O.S.F.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 8 February 1896

OBITUARY. ? ^ ? ._ Death of the Rev. Father Marianus Bambini, O.S.F.C. (prom our correspondent.) On Monday last, January 27; the Eev. Father Marianus Bambini was leaving Armidale for the purpose of going to Melbourne to spend a short time with some of his friends there j but, after his arrival in Sydney, he died quite suddenly on Wednesday morning, January 29. The Eev. Father Carey, of St. Mary's Cathedral, Sydney, and Mr. Modini communicated the fact by wire to the Eight Eev. Dr. Torreggiani, Bishop of Armidale, who ordered the remains of the late Father Marianus to be sent by train to Armidale. In due time they were brought to the Catholic Cathedral on Thursday morning, January 30. A solemn Eequiem Mass was sung at 9 o'clock by the Very Eev. Dean O'Connor, V.Gr., assisted by the Eev. Father M. O'Sullivan as deacon, the Eev. John O'Connor as sub-deacon, and the Eev. J. O'Neill as master of ceremonies. The choir was conducted for the occasion by the good XJrsuline Nuns, who sang rem...

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CONVENT OF THE SISTERS OF MERCY, REDFERN. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 8 February 1896

CONVENT OF THE SISTERS OF MERCY, REDFERN. On Sunday afternoon His Eminence the Cardinal- Archbishop opened this Convent. The building is situated in liedfern-street, adjoin ing the church and school of St. Vincent de Paul. The joyous nature of the occasion was signified to the outer world by a gay line of flags tastefully stretched in front of the build ing. At the rear a platrortn had been erected, from which His Eminence addressed a large gathering of people. There were also on the platform the Very Rev. Dr. O'Harau, the Very Rev. Father Aubrey, S.M. j the Eev. Fathers O'ftegan, P.P., Timoney, Merg, M.S.H., Conway, King, Brosnan, Guillemin, S.M., G-inesty, S.M., Collins, Furlong, Lazbeck, Dada; Messrs. D. O'Connor, M.L.C., T. M. Slattery, Ii. C. Hoyle and several others. The Cardinal said he felt sure that all pre sent would join with him in congratulating the devoted Sisters of Mercy on the great and glorious work on which they had entered, and which those present had come to aid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 8 February 1896

mS2££ ' GLADSTONE TOBACCO.' i LAEGKE PLUG- & MATCHES, Gu. BirOBlIOVS SB ,& Xa B ? WEEK'S SUPPLY, *lb PLUG-, 9d | Agents - MCCARTHY & CO., Hay market. -; Scale of Charges for Advertising in THE CATHOLIC PRESS. 8INGJJ5 COLUMN. S. (1. ? S. il. 2 lines (16 words) - 1 0 8 linos - - 3 0 -l- „ (32 „ ) - 2 0 10 „ - - 3 0 6 „ - - 2 6 12 „ (oiig inch) d- 0 Half Single Column - - - ill 5 0 Full „ „ - ? - - 2 .1.0 0 Half Page ? 3 10 0 Full „ ? 7 0 0 J3OU.UL.I0 COLUMN. 12s. per inch across two columns. BlHTHSj MARKIAOES, AND DKAT1LS. 8s. por insortion. 'Versos or notifications attached, Is. per line extra. PARAGRAPH ADVERTISEMENTS, ETC. Paragraph Advertisements (small typo) - Is. por lino ,, „ (ordinary typo) - 2s. por lino Spocial Column Advertisements - - Us. por inch Space on Front Pago 25 por cent, extra. „ Back ,, 15 „ „ Reductions niado for standing advertisements. Rates and all information at the General Ofllces, Lincoln's Inn Chambers, 88 Eli/.aboth Street. 1 ?'-....

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THE ST. BENEDICT'S SOCIAL, LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 8 February 1896

THE ST. BENEDICT'S SOCIAL, LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. The above Society held their usual weekly meeting on January 29 at the St. Benedict's School Hall. The evening was dedicated to a social evening. The president, Mr. J. Kirby, in the chair. Mr. J. Nolan, as pianist, ren dered his services very satisfactorily. Among the members who sang were Messrs. W . H. Bray, T. Eyan, E. Colbourne, T. Williams, J. Byrne and E. McCormack. Messrs. Wren and J. Nolan gave some very interesting recitations. Many other members also took part in the evening's amusement. There was a great num ber of visitors present, and who wished the Society every success. The meeting adjourned at 10 p.m. until February 5th.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 8 February 1896

EDUCATIONAL AND GATHOLIG BOOKSELLERS, MERCANTILE AND GENERAL PRINTERS. SCHOOL BOOKS and STATIONERY. Printed to Order. Incense Charcoal, Sanctuary Oil, Lace Pictures, Floats, Scapulars, Wax Tapers, &c, Printing Works and Office 525 KENT STREET. P.O. Box 1192.] [Telephone 2020. tyl ES8AG-ERIES MA.1UTIMES, SYDNEY TO LONDON, via PARIS. Steamers of 6500 tons, under postal contract with the French Government, calling at MELBOURNE, ADELAIDE, ALBANY, MAKE, ADEN, SUEZ, and PORT SAID, will bo despatched monthly as follows: Sydney Moliioumo Adoliudo Stoamer. Oomumd r. '100nf -, pilli _ i p,,,,^ POLYNESIEN.. Bonlard ... Fob. 20.. Fob. 20 ... Mar. 2 AEM'D BEHIO.. Poydonot . Mar. 25.. March 28... Mar. fJO AUSTKALIEN... Viniovit .,, Ap'J. 22.. April 25 ,., April 27 V. de la CIOTA.T. Eiuschl '... May 20.. May 28... May 25 Passengers booked to BOMBAY, REUNION, MAURITIUS, and EAST COAST OF AFRICA. Passage money, .£20 to .£70, including1 table wines. RETURN TICKETS, available for 9 or 12 month...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 8 February 1896

^ f The OOTJNTEY MILK TEADE. The OEEAMERY SYSTEM OE^ ^ PiotJlr of ^e FACTOEY SYSTEM OE EUTTEE- BWIEP.-MAKING (which has done p.fJ^ j^t^zu / MAKING (which has done so much more;. i h^m-^r- I r°lvlfar V. for the Colony and Colonies). REFRIGERATION. ICE-MAKING. J ^W^ The Company sells only the very best articles. Supplying all the principal places of Sydney with | Milk, Cream, Ice, Butter, Fish, Game, Poultry, Pastry, etc. j Visit the City Depots (Refreshment) J' ' %% *™®TST®®®f~ ~\ for AFTERNOON TEA. Note. — Arrangements may be made at either of these Depots for Afternoon Teas for 'Private Parties. I P^THE FISH SHOP AT 135 KING STREET IS OWE OF THE BEST IN THE W0RLD.-W j SEND ORDERS TO THE ' HEAD OFFICE,' 25 HARBOUR STREET— THEY WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. j AGENTS EVERYWHERE. H. PATESOW, MANAGER. I J.M.J. Q,T. MARTHA'S INDUSTRIAL HOME, O LEICHHARDT, SYDNEY. CONDUCTICD BY 'I'll K S I STRRS OF S'J\ JOBEFH. Under tho Special Patronage of His Eminence the Cardinal- Archbishop of Sydne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 8 February 1896

OSCAR WAHLBERG, MEMBEE, 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: Agent (Member of the N.S.W. Stock Exchange ; Member of the Coolgardie Stock Exchange), offices : 19 POST OFFICE CHAMBEKS, PITT STREET, SYDNEY, N.S.W. BAYLEY STREET, COOLGARDIE, W.A. Mining and Financial Companies Floated and Managed. Every Description of Mining Machinery supplied and erected on claims for an interest in same. SUNLIGHT SOAP. Pour Quarterly Competitions, ? ENDING ? JUNE 1st, SEPT. 1st, DUO. 1st, 1896, & MAECH 1st, 1897. O'v~:b:r, 750 prizes Of Watches, Carvers, Pictures, and Books, Value over £500. ___________ -, /COMPETITORS to save as many Sunlight Soap Wrappers as they can collect, cut oil: the top portion of v_V each wrapper containing the heading ' Sunlight Soap/' Those, called tho Coupons, are to bo son...

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