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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 15 February 1896

NOTES AND COMMENTS. » ? At the opening of ths new school at Pad dington on last Sunday, the CardinalArch bishop refuted the charges that infamous men designedly make to the effect that the Catholic Church is opposed to the just claims of the toiling millions, or is an enemy of the poor. If this were true, the Catholic Church would not be the Church founded by Christ. He loved the poor and lived with them, and revealed to their simple, humble souls the mysteries of Heaven. He was ever kind with them, pitied their miseries and privations, and pardoned their sins. When he thought of the crimes of the rich, however, and the injustice. of those in high places, indignation and just anger filled his breast, and he hurled against them and their hypocrisy the most scathing denunciation. It is ridiculous, then, to say that the Church can love the spirit of its Divine Founder, and sanction and encourage greed and avarice in devouring the slender sub stance of the poor. Moveover, considered as ...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 15 February 1896

THE PRODUCE MAEKETS. Small supplies to hand by rail accounted for an improved turn in the produce markets this week. Maize is firm and selling freely. The s.s. Warrimoo included in her cargo 1,970 bags of grain. Bran is quoted at Ojd., and pollard at irom U£d. to 9£cl. Local hay is selling at £5 2s(- Gd. and £5 5s. j inferior, £4 per ton. Chaff is in good demand at from £4 5s. to £5. New Zealand potatoes averaged from £4 10s. to £5, and Eiver £3 10s. to £5 per ton. Eggs are not in great request at present, though there are signs of a firm turn in this line next week. Best factory butter is selling at IHd. per lb,

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

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SHALL WE SECULARISE ST. PATRICK'S DAY? (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 15 February 1896

SHALL WE SECULARISE ST. PATRICK'S DAY? (TO THE EDITOR 01? THE CATHOLIC 1'HMSS.) Sie, — 1 read with regret a letter over the signature of Dr. Kearney, of Parramatta, appearing in the last issue of a Sydney paper, advocating the secularisation of St. Patrick's Day. I don't know Dr. Kearney personally, but I have always heard him spoken of as a thoroughly sincere and well-instructed Oatholic j but his letter, while leaving his sincerity un touched, shows but too plainly that he requires yet to make a deeper and more careful study of Catholic principles and their application to practical life. He expresses regret that he was unable to attend the meeting in the Hotel Australia, convened to ' worthily ' celebrate our National Feast ; and then he declares that, were he present, he would have done his best to effect that it should be ' unworthily ' cele brated, or, in other words, made a purely secular matter, with the religious element totally eliminated. ' I ^ object,' he says, ' to the h...

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

CORRESPONDENCE. [Wo are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.]

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PASTIME PAPERS BY CARDINAL MANNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 15 February 1896

PASTIME PAPERS BY CAR DINAL MANNING. ? * ? (By A.E.W.) A few days ago I called to see a clerical friend in Sydney, and while glancing at his book-case my curiosity was excited by the '{ Pastime Papers ' oi: the late Cardinal. My friend, seeing how wistfully I regarded them, quickly interpreted my desire, and offered the book for my perusal in a mariner so kindly and graceful that by accepting it I thought to have conferred a benefit. These 'Papers' are short essays, nine in num ber, and were published after their author's death. They treat of practical principles of conduct, such as Honour, Pride, Popularity, Selfishness, Vanity, Courage, etc. No Catho lic young man should be without a copy of this cheap and useful little book. He cannot read it without having aspirations to be a better man j and this is the best test of a good book. He will find it of more advantage than the frothy, sensational novel which tickles the fancy and makes muddy the understanding, and aids in no way true...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 15 February 1896

ANSWERS TO CORRESPON DENTS. E. D. Winduam. — The law is an uncertain thing to deal with, and, just or unjust, resistance to its decrees generally means throwing good money after bad. The other matter to which our correspondent refers is a question for a lawyer. It would need deeds of settlement and other techni calitieB that no one else could arrange,

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

CATHOLIC NEWS. (From Contemporaries.) Father G-eorge Tuckwell, who spent thir teen years on the mission in the diocese of Sydney, New South Wales, has been recently appointed by His Eminence the Cardinal Archbishop of Paris to the Church of our Lady of Victories, and will be most happy to render every possible service to English speaking Catholics either residing in or passing through Paris, who generally visit the privi leged sanctuary of Our Blessed Lady. Since he sat in the chair of Peter the pre sent Pontiff has created one Patriarchate (that of the West Indies), twenty-nine arch bishoprics, eighty-five bishoprics, fifty-nine vicariates, and twenty-two prefecturesapos tolic. The second centenary of the birth of St. Alphonsus Liguori will be celebrated next year. A committee is being established in Itoine which will organise a public commemor ation, including a pilgrimage to the places sanctified by the saint's presence. The Pope has requested the Prussian Minis ter at the Vatica...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LATE BISHOP OF AUCKLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 15 February 1896

THE LATE BISHOP OF AUCKLAND. ? + ? The Auckland correspondent of the New Zealand Tablet of January 31 gives full de tails of the death and funeral of the late Eight Eev. Dr. Luck. The Bishop died on the morning of Wednesday, January 22, from spasms of the heart, by which he had been seized the preceding evening. The last stage of the illness from which he had long been suffering had, however, set in immediately after Christmas, His Lordship having officiated, for the last time m his cathedral on Christmas Day. The body was brought to the cathedral on Priday afternoon, and on Saturday the funeral took place. At eleven o'clock a solemn Eequiem Mass was celebrated. Very Eev. Pather Lenihan was celebrant, Fathers Purton, O.S.B., and A.mandolini, O.S.B., deacon and sub deacon. Bishop Grimes occupied a place in the sanc tuary. Pather GKllan was master of cere monies. The very rev. celebrant sang beautifully the musical portions of the Mass. The music, together with the accompaniment, play...

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

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

CYCLING. A meeting of the committee o£ the Sydney Club was held on Tuesday, Mr. W. E. Q-eorge occupying the chair. The challenge of the Eedfern Club to a cricket match was accepted. It was arranged to hold a handicap billiard tournament tor two prizes. .Fifteen members of the club have promised to attend the cyclists' camp at Easter. Megson and Payne showed good form on Saturday at the Melbourne sports. Payne won his heat in the quarter-mile scratch in 31 2-5th sec, the fastest heat of the race. The final was carried off by Megson. The ten-miles championship of Victoria was secured by McLean in the capital time of 27min. lsec.

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BOWLS. THE PENNANT MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 15 February 1896

BOWLS. THE PENNANT MATCHES. Balmain defeated Ashfield, Eosehill forfeited to Waverley, Strathfield secured a bye, and the Newtown-St. Leonards match was postponed owing to the municipal elections. Eedfern defeated Brighton by 6 points, and Waverley beat Eosehill by 10.

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MANLY SAILING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 15 February 1896

MANLY SAILING- CLUB. The third competition for the Horwitz trophy was sailed by the above club on Saturday last. The starters were : — Lizzie, Eva, Mattie and Enid. After a good race Lizzie came home the winner by 45secs. from Enid, with Eva third. Lizzie having secured two wins obtains the trophy. Eani, sailed by A. Webb, won the prize pre sented by Messrs. Tooth and Co., Ltd., to the North Sydney Sailing Club.

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

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

SWIMMING. The Bondi Swimming Olub brought off a 150yds. handicap on Saturday before a iarge attendance. The final resulted in a great race, Gordon just beating .T. Hellings. A special meeting o£ tho Council of the Amateur Swimming Association was held on Monday to deal with the accusations against A. Cavil], He was charged with wilfully fouling another competitor in the one-mile championship race swum at Windsor last month. The imputation he denied. After a consider able amount of evidence had been taken, Mr. T. J. Moloney moved the adoption of the Judge's report, which was carried by 13 to 3. Subsequently the scuffle that took place be tween Cavill and Gormly prior to the start of the 220yds. championship race were enquired into, and it was decided that as Gormly had apologised, Oavill be given a similar oppor tunity. This course, however, the latter refused to take, and the Association therefore decided to suspend Cavill from exercising his right as an amateur swimmer until he ten...

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CRICKET. THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 15 February 1896

CRICKET. THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. A mektincj- of the Australian Cricket Council was held on Saturday last at Meussie's Hotel, Melbourne, for the purpose of receiving the report of the selection committee. A. very long discussion took place, and the claims of several players who had been overlooked by the committee of three were considered. Eventually the report was adopted, but by no means unanimously. It was resolved to choose a fourteenth man, and in order that the fullest opportunity might be given of judging of the form of players, it was decided to make the selection as late as possible. The next intercolonial match will be watched with in terest on that account. Central Cumberland disposed of the Uni versity on Saturday for 151 runs. Howell secured only one wicket. It was an expensive one, costing just 50 runs. Waverley ' v. East Sydney. — East Sydney, 35. Second Grade Competition : Manly v. G-lebe. —Manly, 183. The match South Sydney against the GHebe was commenced on Saturday ...

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SYDNEY CANOE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 15 February 1896

SYDNEY CANOE CLUB. The Sydney Canoe Club held a pleasant out ing at Whiting Beach on Saturday afternoon. There were a number of Indies present. The -following are the results : — Sailing. — Class A. Ysabol ? 1 Ernie ... ... ... ,,, 2 Yawls — Sailing. My favourite ? 1 Vuna ; ? 2 Vixen ? 3 Paddling Kaoe. Fay ? 1 Nutshell ? 2 Iota ? ,,, 3

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AQUATICS. BALMAIN ROWING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 15 February 1896

AQUATICS. BALMATN EOWING CLUB. The Balmain Rowing Club held their four teenth annual regatta on Saturday last. The steamer Pheasant, which followed the races, was largely patronised. The maiden eights was well contested, but the Balmain stroke unfor tunately broke his oar, and that club conse quently had no chance. The Glebes passed the winning post first, the .Merc an tiles two lengths oft', second. A general handicap race was sailed on Satur day last under the auspices of the Prince Alfred Yacht Club. The first prize was secured by Iduna, the Thelma and Bronzewing being second and third. The Sydney Flying Squadron 20i:t. Cham pionship was sailed on Saturday, and resulted in a win for Grace Darling, Cynthia being a good second. The Novice handicap was carried off by Yvonne. In all probability before long an intercolonial yacht race will take place in Sydney. The whole subject has been under discussion for some time, and the committee of the (South Australian Yacht Squadron has desp...

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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

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