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A. H. C. GUILD — ST. PATRICK'S BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 15 February 1896

A.H.C. GUILD -ST. PATRICK'S BRANCH. ? + ? ? The annual meeting of the St. Patrick's Branch of the A.H.C. Guild was held on Sunday afternoon in the Federation Hall, when there was a full attendance of members present. The balance-sheet was read and adopted, and showed satisfactory results for the year's operations. The following o Ulcers were duly elected for the ensuing year : — Warden, Mr. J. T. Augustus ; treasurer, Mr. C. J. Morrissey ; secretary, Mr. T. McNamara ; judicial committee, Messrs. J. Clarke, M. Tiernan and others ; councillors, Messrs. M. Fitzsimmons and O. Creighton ; delegates to the General Council, Messrs. J. T. Augustus and 0. Creighton : trustees, Messrs. McNally, Ferron, and Eeardon ; crossbearer, Mr. J. Foley; guardian, Mr. J. Murphy, jun.; audi tors, Messrs. T. Dignan and O. Clarke ; sick visitors, Messrs. J. Williams and Cassidy.

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 15 February 1896

IRELAND. ? 4» ? (From Contemporaries.) It is not generally known that President Cleveland is half an Irishman. His mother (says the Westminster) was a Miss Neale, of Baltimore, Maryland, whose father had come to that city from Ireland. On his father's side Mr. Cleveland is descended from an Ipswich family that emigrated in the middle of the seventeenth century, and was remarkable for the number of ministers it gave to the American churches. President Cleveland is himself a Presbyterian. A banquet was held at St. Mary's College, Mullingar, on Monday evening, December 30, in honour of the Most Eev. Dr. Nulty, Bishop of Meath. His Lordship was presented with an address stating, amongst other things, that whilst mainly devoting his great energies and talents to the service of his Divine Master, the Bishop's priceless services to Ireland at a time when the people's rights had few advocates, were gratefully remembered by the whole Irish race. The Catholics of Belfast have adopted their pe...

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THE CARDINAL-ARCHBISHOP AT PADDINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 15 February 1896

THE CARDINAL-ARCHBISHOP AT PADDINGTON. On Sunday afternoon a schoolroom, newly erected by the Franciscan Fathers for the girls of the parish, who will be taught by the Sisters of Mercy in connection with St. Francis' Church, Paddington, was blessed by the Cardinal- Archbishop. At 3.30 His Eminence, vested in cope and mitre, preceded by the members of the Franciscan community, and attended by the Very Eev. Dr. O'Haran, pro ceeded to the school from the adjacent monas tery, the members of the A.H.C. Guild, under Messrs. T. J. McCabe, Warder- General, J. Kelly, Deputy Warder- Q-eneral, and H. D. Williams, Bursar-General, following the pro cession. A large crowd were in waiting around the doors of the building, over which a number of banners were gaily floating in the air, and when His Eminence had entered they followed, forming within a crowded assembly. After the appropriate ceremonies had been per formed by him, the Cardinal ascended the platform, on which also the following members ...

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DIOCESE OF GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 15 February 1896

DIOOBSB OF GrOTJLBUJftN. The congregation of St. Patrick's Church, Albury, have presented the Eev. Father Leahy, on the eve of his removal from the district, with a farewell address and testimonial.

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BERTHA; OR, THE POPE AND THE EMPEROR AN HISTORICAL TALE. CHAPTER VII.—(Continued). HENRY IV., KING OF GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 15 February 1896

BERTHA j OR, THE POPE AND THE EMPEROR AN HISTORICAL TALE. BY WILLIAM BERNARD MACCABE. CHAPTER VII.— {Continued). HENJtY IT., KING 01? GERMANY. ' It is, that Magnus, the Duke of Saxony ; Otho, Duko of Bavaria ; the Dedis, father and son ; with the Countess Adela, are at this mo ment in Frankfort.' ' Tn Frankfort! ' exclaimed Henry and the archbishop in the one breath, and quite taken by surprise. ' Yes, and I believe for some treasonable purpose,' said Werenher, ' for I myself recog nised, as 1 entered the portal, the younger Dodi, disguised as a Saxon serf1. As to Magnus, I am aware that ho has pretensions that run counter to the desires of your Majesty.' ' lie ! — pretensions ! — opposed to me /' exclaimed Henry, his face Hushing with scorn and indignation. ' Yes,' continued Werenher, ' but so purely personal and boyish that they are more worthy ofc* your mirth than of your anger. The nature of them I can alone confide to your Majesty in private.' 'If he place himself,' said Henry,...

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DIOCESE OF MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 15 February 1896

DIOCESE OF MAITLAND. The Very Eev. Father Dwyer left Sydney on Monday by the Oro/ava, en route for Europe,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 15 February 1896

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DIOCESAN NEWS. ARCHDIOCESE OF SYDNEY. The Rev. Father Carroll has been transferred from St. Mary's Cathedral to St. Benedict's. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 15 February 1896

DIOCESAN NEWS. AEC.HD10CESE OP SYDNEY. The Eev. leather Carroll has been transferred from St. Mary's Cathedral to St. Benedict's. The Eight Eev. Monsignor Verdon lofc'fc Sydney by the Orotava on Monday, on route for Eome. The Cardinal-Archbishop, the Bishop of Maitland, the Auxiliary Bishop of Sydney, the Very Eev. Dr. Murphy, President of St. Patrick's College, the Eov. Dr. Burke, and the Eev. lathers McDermott, Jiaydeu, % Bridge, and Brosnan, Professors of St. j| Patrick's, and some forty other members of tho i clergy, took farewell of the Monsignor at tho | water's edge. As we go to press we have not j heard how the news received since his depar- t- ture will affect Monsignor Verdon's intended J voyage. The probability, however, seems to be [;i that he will return to Sydney. J] The annual distribution of prizes took placo f at St. John's Convent School, Auburn, on | Thursday evening. The children were ad- j- dressed by the Mother-General (who presented | the prizes) and the Eev. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 15 February 1896

SUNLIGHT SOAP. J Pour Quarterly Competitions, | ? ENDING- ? ' | JUNE 1st, SEPT. 1st, DEO. 1st, 1896, & MARCH 1st, 1897. f O-VBR, 75O PRIZES -1 Of Watches, Carvers, Pictures, and Books, Value over £500. \ — _____ _ | C COMPETITORS to save as many Sunlight Soap Wrappers as they can collect, cut oil1 the top portion of j J each wrapper containing the heading ' Sunlight Soap.' Those, called the Coupons, are to bo sont \ postage paid to LEVER BROS., Ltd., 232 Clarence-itreet, Sydney. Tho following prizes i will be given to those sending- the largest number of Coupons each quarter, but all competitors who send in I 25 Coupons will receive a prize in proportion to the number sont. j £ s. d. i Pibst Peize— 20 Walfcham Lever Watches value ? 4 d- 0 each j Second „ 10 Silver Watches, value ? 2 2 0,, I Third ,, 12 Sets Silver-mounted Car verB, value ? 1 1 0 per sot j Foueth „ 100 Books, value 5s. each, or gilt-f rained Pictures 'Wedding i Morning,' ' Heads over Tails,' or ' So Clean,' a...

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THE BISHOP-ELECT OF DUNEDIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 15 February 1896

THE BISHOP-ELECT OF DUNEDIN. It is announced by cable that the Right Rev. Monsignor Verdon has been appointed by the Holy See Bishop of Dunedin, The report we accept as most probably true, and if it be so, as we believe it is, we are happy to congratulate the priests and people of the diocese in question on the appointment that has been made. In Dunedin the news will come by no means as a surprise. Monsignor Verdon's name had been mentioned there as the late Bishop's probable successor, and, in more than one instance, a desire had been uttered that the expectation might be realised. At the election of priests, held in the presence of the Archbishop of Welling ton some days after Dr. Moran's death, Monsignor Verdon had received, at least, one vote — that, namely, of the Very Rev. Father Lynch, Rector of St. Joseph's Cathedral, and joint Administrator of the Diocese. The writer of this article can vouch for the fact that, from the first, Father Lynch expressed in private a confidence ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 15 February 1896

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 15 February 1896

'THE CATHOLIC PRESS.' IMPORTANT NOTICE. SPECIAL CONCESSION TO CASH SUB SCEIBEBS. The Directors of 'The Catholic Press' News paper Co., Ltd., have decided to make special concessions to subscribers paying in advance. The rates are as under : — One Year ? 12s. „ (in advance) ? 10s. Half Year ? 6s. „ (in advance) ? 5s. Single Copy ... ... ... ... 3d. ADVERTISEMENTS. All advertisements charged to account must bear the authorisation for insertion. The number of times they are to appear must be stated, otherwise they will be inserted till countermanded. No verbal com munication can be attended to. While every care is exerci&od, tho proprietors do not hold themselves responsible for non-insertion of advertisements, through accident or otherwise j and they reserve to their selves the right of omitting advertisements received and paid for in tho usual course of business if they appear to be objectionable. Notices of Births, Marriages, and D baths cannot, be inserted in this journal u...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 15 February 1896

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BAZAAR AT MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 15 February 1896

BAZAAR AT MITTAGONG. ___ ? ^ ? (From an Occasional Correspondent.) A bazaar in aid of the B.C. Church was opened in the Canterbury Hall on last Thurs day afternoon by His Eminence Cardinal Moran. It had been been arranged that Mr. McCourt, the member for the district, should perform the opening ceremony, but he, on hearing that the Cardinal would be present, expressed his wish to have the task transierred to His Eminence. Among those present at the opening we no ticed Judge Murray, Messrs. G-avin Q-eorge (Bowral), M.Butler ('Woodlands') and Misses Butler, Mr. 'Wynne, Mr. Benjamin Osburne and the Misses Osburne (4), Bowral ; Mr. A. Q-alton, Mrs. Judge Coffey, Misses Manning (2), 'Eindge-Park'; Dr. 0'Haran, Fathers Rohan, Prendergast and Collender, etc. Father Prendergast, in a few introductory words, explained that the bazaar was to have been opened by their worthy member, Mr. McCourt, but he, on learning that the Car dinal (who arrived in Moss Vale only the previous evening) had con...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 15 February 1896

CITY MUTUAL FIRE INSUKANCE COMPANY, LIMITED. HEAD OFFICE ? 95 PITT STREET, Directors : John See, Esq., M.P., Chairman. The Hon. John T. Toohey, M.L.C. J. P. Garvan, Esq. P. Hogan, Esq., J.P. John Donelan, Esq. P. Stanley, Esq., J.P. A CASH BONUS OF TEN PER CENT. IS PAID TO INSURERS EVERY YEAR. RATES ARE LOWEST. SETTLEMENT PROMPT. CLAIMS PAID IN 17 YEARS EXCEED £121,000. ROBERT KERR, Manager. TRANSACTS FIRE BUSINESS ONLY. THOMAS FANNING^ BUILDEE AND CONTEAOTOE, LARGE Assortment of every Building Material kept in stock. Repairs in all its branches. Ecclesiastic and Scholastic Work a speciality. Esti mates submitted.— G KING STREET, CITY; and ?!? ftOSE STREET, DARLINGTON. ? MOJSTIlIY TO LEND. In large or small sums on City, Suburban and Country Properties, including Town, Station, Dairy Farms, Conditionally Purchased and Conditionally Leased Lands, at from 44 per cent, per annum. Advances made on Furniture, no bill of sale. MASON, BANKS and CO., Tittsman Cham burs, 106 KING STREET, SYD...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 15 February 1896

GEEAT DISTRIBUTION OF THE LISSON ESTATE, Consisting of Sydney, Suburban and Country Freehold Properties. ISSUE of 119,000 SHARES at 10s. The Ballot will absolutely take place at Hobart on APRIL 15th, 1896. Trustees : Hon. ALEX KETHEL, M.L.C., .T. S. M'GOWEN, M.L.A. Hon. S. E. LEES, M.L.C. Bankers : Bank of Australasia. Value of Property to be distributed, c£59,505. First Prize, ,£12,850. Second Prize, £10,000. Third Prize, £4-,4-2O. Fourth Prize, .£4,080. Fifth Prize, ,£2,800. Sixth Prize, .£1,450. Seventh Prize, .£1,350. SEE PROSPECTUS for Detailed Particulars . oJ: Properties. For Shares and Information apply to — P. M. LISSON, Hobart, Tasmania 5 or to W. J. MSSON, Post-office Chambers, Pitt-street, Sydney, who will act as agont for the* Estate in Now South Wales. CHAS. ANDERSON, TAILOR AND OUTFITTER, 30 and 32 OXFORD STREET, SYDNEY (Near Hyde Park). Patronised by his Eminence the Cardinal -Arch bishop and by the Very Rev. and Rov. the Clergy of the Archdiocese of Sydney. CLERICAL...

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THE CATHOLIC PRESS. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 15 February 1896

THE CATHOLIC PIIESS. (TO THE EDITOll OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) Sir, — Your excellent leading article in the last issue of The Catholic Press on the apathy of the vast majority of our Australian Catho lics with regard to the reading of Catholic books or newspapers is not in the least exag gerated. One of the reasons whv we meet with so many Catholics negligent and indiffer ent in the practice of their religion is the want of instruction and the absence in their homes of a Catholic book or newspaper. I would venture to assert, after forty years' experience on the mission and a careful calculation, that at least 20 per cent, of the Catholics do not fulfil the precept of the Church by receiv ing the paschal communion, and are indifferent about attending Mass on Sundays and holidays of obligation There are, unfortunately, a con siderable number who have ceased altogether to be Catholics except in name. The leakago from the Church through carelessness and in difference of parents and the ab...

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AT HOME AND ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 15 February 1896

AT HOME AND ABROAD. j^ ? ? i . ,, ? ? The audience recently given by the Pope to Mr. John Dillon is regarded as of especial importance with respect to the attitude o£ the Holy See towards the Home Kule question. More particularly, the charge laid by His Holiness on Mr. Dillon of lending all his influence to support the interests oi Catholic education, is take*, as a proof of his confidence in the success of the National cause. Still more directly significant of the disposition of Home is considered to be the insistance made fco Mt. Dillon by the Cardinal- Secretary of State on the necessity for the re-establishment of union. That the Holy See favours Home Ilule is now looked upon as proved beyond all possibility of doubt. The English Catholic papers accept Mr. Alfred Austin, the newly-appointed poet laureate, as a Catholic. He was educated at Stonyhurst and Oscott, and, although the greater part of his writings are in touch with the secular spirit of the day, the Catholic tone of so...

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A WORK FOR PRIESTS. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 15 February 1896

A WORK FOR PRIESTS. (to the editor op the catholic press.) Sir, — The arguments against irreligion and infidelity that reason and common-senee abun dantly supply have been beautifully condensed by Tennyson and used by him with the light ning force of exalted genius, manifesting itself in the most exquisite expression and in forms of loveliest poetry. He sings — ' And he, shall he, Man, her last work, who seemed so fair, Such splendid purpose in his eyes, Who rolled the psalm to wintry skies, And built him forces of fruitless prayer, Who trusted God was love indeed, And love creation's final law — Tho' Nature, red in tooth and claw With ravine shrieked against his creed — Who loved, who suffered countless ills, Who battled for the true, the just, Be hloion about the desert dust, Or sealed within the iron hills ? No more ? A monster then, a dream, A discord. Dragons of the prime, That tare each other in their slime, Were mellow music matched with him.' In your very forcible leader las...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 15 February 1896

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