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ARCHDIOCESE OF SYDNEY. Lenten Indult for 1896. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 22 February 1896

ARCHDIOCESE OF SYDNEY. ? ♦ — ? — - Lenten Indult for 1896. In accordance with the spirit of the Church 1 and in the exercise of special powers granted by the Apostolic See, the following indulgence in the law of fasting and abstinence is granted for the approaching holy season of Lent : — 1. Flesh meat may be used at the principal meal on Mondays, except Monday in Holy 'w*vv 14 rn « 'inn 1 I W eelr, also on Tuesdays ana Thursdays, ana on Saturdays, except Saturday in Ember Week (29th February). On Sundays flesh meat may be used at all the meals. By special privilege from the Holy See, the Festival of St. Patrick (17th Marcli) is exempt from faat ing and abstinence. 2. Eggs, cheese, milk, and butter are allowed at the one principal meal on all days, except Ash Wednesday and Good Friday. 3. On fasting days a collation is allowed in the morning and evening, at which, except on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday, a little milk and butter may be used. 4. Fish and flesh meat cannot be used at ...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IRISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 22 February 1896

IRISH NEWS. (Fbom Contempobabies.) * A well-known Irish journalist, Mr. Daniel Lysaght, was laid to rest at Forest Hill Cemetery on Monday, January 6. Poor Dan was a contributor to the London Press for thirty-four years, and was sixty-four years of age when he died. He had been on the Par liamentary staff of the Telegraph, and was a skilful and graphic reporter, particularly of iiituuui luuveuieuuH. xxc hucuuuiucu lu uu. acute attack of Bright's disease, to which he had been long a sufferer. Dan was a typical Irishman, as true to the country as the day he left the sod, and an uncompromising Catholic. We are glad to notice that the members of the Gaelic League have promptly passed a resolution protesting against the action of the ' Schoolmasters' Association ' in endeavouring to have the total of marks in the Preparatory Grade of the Intermediate Examinations reduced with a view to crushing out the Irish language in the Intermediate schools. We protested against any such course ourse...

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ST. PATRICK'S DAY CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 22 February 1896

ST. PATRICK'S DA.Y CELEBRA TION. A meeting of the Executive Committee was held on Tuesday evening at St. Mary's Presby tery, at which His Eminence Cardinal Moran presided. Amongst those who were present were fhe Eight Eev. Dr. Higgins, the Very Eev. P. A. Slattery, O.S.F., theEev.FatherMoynagh, the Very Eev. Dr. O'Haran, Hon.* John Toohey, Sir W. Manning, Messrs. Eobert Pren dergast, T. H. Hassall, M.P., Lawrence Foley, J. A.Delany, Hon.D. O'Connor, E. O'FarrelL Martin Cherry, J. D. Nelson, John Woods, John L. Mullins, Frank B. Freehill, and others. A. letter was read from His Excellency the Governor, accepting the invitation of the Car dinal to lunch at the Association Ground on St. Patrick's Day. It was also announced that the Premier and the Ministry had also accepted invitations. The programme of sports was approved of, in connection with which it was conveyed to the Committee that the New South Wales League of Wheelmen were unwilling to compete unless the compe tition for the c...

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Mr. David Marron. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 22 February 1896

Mr. David Marron. The death last week of David Marron, Junc tion-road, is deeply felt in the LGwisliani district, especially by the Catholic residents, and has elicited a great deal of avmr-athv with his aggrieved relatives. About a fortnight ago, while engaged at his work as coal and timber merchant, he felt ill one afternoon, from the effects, very likely, of the intense heat that prevailed that day. He was obliged to discontinue work and take to his bed, and in a few days his condition became so serious that Dr. McGuire, his medical attendant, arranged to have him taken to the Prince Alfred Hospital. Before his removal Father Long administered to him the last sacraments. In the hospital he was surrounded for a week by every care and skill, but all was unavailing to stay the hand of death, and he passed away peacefully last Friday evening. That morning he had the great happiness of receiving the Holy Viaticum. His remains were interred in Eookwood last Saturday, and the cortege of...

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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 22 February 1896

GOULBURN. (from our correspondent.) On Thursday evening, the 6th inst., in the Boys' Schoolroom, a gathering of a very pleas ing nature took place at 7.30 p.m., when a number of the Goulburn people assembled to bid farewell to the Eev. M. O'Sullivan prior fco his departure for Albury, and to present him with an address and purse of sovereigns as a token of esteem and regard. Mr. C. Gillespie, J.P., took the chair, and announced the object 01 wie meeting in a lew vu.\- ape worus. jLuere were present on the platform the Eight Eev. Dr. G-allagher, Coadjutor- Bishop, the Eev. P. J, Donovan, Adm.,Eev. D. Griffin, P. Dowling, Father Clement, C.P,, Father Alfred, C.P., Eev. J. W. Dwyer, and in a prominent posi tion the Eev. M. O'Sullivan himself. Mr. 'W. Dwyer, solicitor, stepped forward and read a nicely worded address, and pre sented the purse of nearly £40 to the rev. gentleman, amid the hearty applause of the assembled friends. Father O'Sullivan replied in very feeling words to the add...

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OBITUARY. Mrs. Richard A. Darcy. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 22 February 1896

OBITUARY. ? , ? ? ♦ ? Mrs. Richard A. Darcy. We record with deep regret the death of Mrs. Dtircy, wife of Mr. Kichard Aloysius Darcy, and second daughter of the late Mr. John Finn, which took place on Monday at the residence of her mother, at llandwick, at the age of 83. Mrs. Darcy was a lady of great amiability of character, and was much beioved by a large circle of friends. As a musician her talents were well known. She was not only a very line performer, but a composer of LIKJ UltULU llll^i.1 U. JLJ.UJL IVl/UlUV ltd UU1, UL^UiUIOU VV tlO made at the early age of 14. When at the opening o£ a Catholic church at Talbot, in AHctoria, by the late Eight liev. Dr. O'Conuor, Bishop of Baliarat, a German professor who had been engaged for the occasion failed to put in an appearance, someone suggested that Miss Emily Finn, then, as we have said, a mere child, should be called on. She consented, and played Weber's March in G- perfectly. That trial, as well it might, made her name. Ever sinc...

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(FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 22 February 1896

(prom a correspondent.) A concert in aid of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul was held at the boys' school, St. Peter and Paul's Cathedral, on Monday night. The large attendance showed that the people of Goulburn of all classes and creeds are determined to make this newly-established society a great success in their midst. In returning thanks to those who had come to show their appreciation for this deserving bociety, Mr. John burke took occasion, on behalf of the Society, to thank Mr. Eichardson, the newly-elected mayor of the city, for his kindness in coming to the concert. This, added Mr. Burke, is the first public act of duty performed by the Mayor since his entry into public office as Mayor of Goulburn. A solemn Eequiem Mass was celebrated on Tuesdav morning at St. Peter and Paul's Cathedral for the happy repose of the soul of the late Mrs. Orrnerod, a devoted member of the Catholic Church. The celebrant was Father Griffin ; deacon, Eev. P. J. Donovan, administrator ; sub-deac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 22 February 1896

Telephone No. 496. Telephone No. 496. PEATE & IIARCOURT, THE PREMIER GROCERY ESTABLISHMENT OF 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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IRISH NATIONAL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 22 February 1896

IRISH NATIONAL CLUB. Tnis Club testified to the progress they are making in a very agreeable way on Monday evening. The Club gave a reunion and smoke concert in their rooms in George-street, at which several songs were sung in excellent style. Tke singers who kindly gave their ser vices on this occasion were : Messrs. Percy Shannon, Joe Edmonds, and J. McDermott, from Lawler's Music Hall; and Messrs. J. Jones, T. Day, J. Quigley, F. S. Mealy, C. II. Law, and Professor Foster. The programme included several well-known favourites such as the 'Minstrel Boy,' the 'Kerry Dance,' the * Dear Little Shamrock,' and others. The comic element also was fully represented. The loud applause that rewarded each singer marked the appreciation of the audience. Mr. J. F.' Perrin, of The Catholic Press, gave an Irish Gaelic recitation, which was well received. The cigar trick, a most extraordinary perform ance in the way of taking lighted cigarB into the mouth, waB gone through with by Professor Harris...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 22 February 1896

A*V A n l\f 'H P I? *^ Watches, Jewellery, ? OilUiMUCJt\Of Silver-plate, Cutlery, 815 and 817 GEORGE ST. (oPP. Railway station), SYDNEY. Watch 1Hm\ Watch Al£F An 9t **? paips II ffBi Jl RePali-s W SV Articles /m^k Fre* Guapanteed \Xg^ Guapanteedy3fii(l)® .jfPwS^ Short-wind Keyless, 15/- ; extra quality, 20/ Silver Key or Keyless, Jewullu.l, 2/-/-. Strong £ Silver Lever, Jewelled, 2/10/-. Superior Keyluss or Key Hii^lish Lever, 3/10/-, 4/-/-; hand-finished, 4/10/-, 5/-/-, 6// 7/-/-- 8/-/-. All guaranteed. 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/-. Ladies' Short-wind Keyless, 20/-. Silver Iluiit.n^ Keyless, 2/-/-, 2/10/- 3/-/-. Solid Gold Kuyloss, 4/-/-, 5/-/-. Superior Quality, 6/-/-, 7/-/-, 8/-/-» 10/-/-. All guaranteed. 9 c. Solid Gold Links, 15/6. 15 c. Gold Links. 32/6. Larger, 35/-. 2/-/-. silvur, 4/-, 5/-. 9 c. Solid Gold Bar, any name, 7/6. Extra st...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 22 February 1896

GREAT 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., J. S. M'GOWEN, M.L.A. Hon. S. E. LEES, M.L.C. Bankers: Bank of Australasia. Value of Property to be distributed, .£59,505. First Prize, ,£12,850. Second Prize, .£10,000. Third Prize, .£4,420. Fourth Prize, .£4,080. Fifth Prize, ,£2,800. Sixth Prize, £1,450. Seventh Prize, .£1,350. SEE PROSPECTUS for Detailed Particulars , of Properties. For Sharos and Information apply to — P. M. LISSON, Hobart, Tasmania ; or to W. J. LISSON, Post-offico Chambers, Pitt-street, Sydney, who will act as agent for the Estate in New South Wales. CHAS. ANDERSON, TAILOR AND OUTFITTER, 30 and 32 OXFORD STREET, SYDNEY (Near Hyde Park). Patronised by his Eminence the Cardinal- Archbishop and by the Very Rev. and Rev. the Clergy of the Archdiocese of Sydney. CLERICAL DEPA...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 22 February 1896

NOTES AND COMMENTS. It is a matter for science to investigate how it comes that all politicians seem utterly devoid of a sense of humour or of the ridicu lous. Is it because none with an eye for the comic would follow, the stump oratory trade ? The seriousness with which prominent mem bers of both political parties addressed their bleeding country during the Waverley con test, in speeches, Dainful with exaggerations, and bristling with inconsistencies and con tradictions, seem inexplicable. The only bright ray through the dark dreary business was the Premier's speech. As usual, he sensibly treated the affair as a joke, and he was consequently witty, sarcastic, and effec tive. The rest of the orations, however, were a miserable assortment of soap, sugar, candles, and Japanese boots, that would in duce any reflecting Australian to curse the day that these articles of domestic utility were invented, and register a vow never to gaze on them again. Here are specimens of some of the reaso...

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AT HOME AND ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 22 February 1896

AT HOME AND ABROAD. ? ♦ ? The only promise contained in the Queen's Speech at the opening of Parliament, which took place last week, of legislation on Irish affairs, is that relating to the land. A Bill to amend the existing Acts will be introduced, and one to provide for ' the establishment of a Board of Agriculture.' It is, no doubt, due to the attitude of the Ulster farmers that even so much is promised. 'With regard to the land, us wiiii reguru 10 otner matters, or as great, ir not greater, importance, the rest of Ireland counts but lightly in the eyes of Unionists. The attitude of Ulster had, meantime, been again manifested. A meeting, for example, was held at Ballybay, in the County Monaghan, on Tuesday, January 7, with whose object representative men so far divided as Mr. William O'Brien and Mr. T. W. Eussell expressed their sympathy. Neither of these gentlemen was present in person, each sending a sympathetic apology. Mr. T. M. Healy, however, was there. Me was principal spe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 22 February 1896

A PUBLIC DEBATE WILL take place in the ST. BENEDICT'S HALL on WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26th, at 8 p.m., between the St. Benedict's and St. James' Debating Societies. The Subject will be * LOCAL OIJTION. The Rev. Father White will preside. The Public are cordially invited. The decision will be taken on the vote of the audience present. Admittance Free. D. CASEY, Hon. Secretary. FINN BROTHERS^ EDUCATIONAL AND CATHOLIC BOOKSELLERS, MERCANTILE AND GENERAL PRINTERS. SCHOOL BOOKS and STATIONERY. Printed to Ohdeii. Incense Charcoal, Sanctuary Oil, Lace Pictures, Floats, Scapulars, Wax Tapers, &c, printing Works and Office 525 KENT STREET. P.O. Box 1192.3 [Tkukphonk 2020.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 22 February 1896

SHIPPING. PENINSULAR AND ORIENTAL S.N. COMPANY. ! The Royal Mail Steamships of the above Company 1 will be Despatched from Circular Quay (Macquarie ' _ Point) at 1 p.m., and from Melbourne and Adelaide, on the following dates, at Noon. | - FOR LONDON, I Touching at the usual intermediate ports en route. I »3 ( ? Loave ? \ Steamer. g Commander. « Ann,,\ Mel- Ado rn bydnoy. bourno. lakle- 1896. 1896. 1896. ?Bttllmirat ... -1872 T. S. Aligns ... Feb. 29 Mar. 7 Mar. 11 Rome ? 5646 A. B. Daniell . Mar. 14 Mar. 21 Mar. 25 ?Valetta ? 5018 G.W. Atkinson Mar. 28 Apl. 4 A pi. 8 And thenceforward every alternate weelc. ^Taking passengers for Venice. Calling at Hobart. RATES OF PASSAGE MONEY TO LONDON: First Saloon ? J26O to .£70. Second Saloon ? .635, .£37, .£40 Return Ticlcets ? JB65 to ,£105 Passage Money can be paid here for Passages from England. For further particulars apply at the Company's ' Offices, corner Pitt and Bridge streets. ? T. M. SHIELDS, Acting Agont._ f\RIENT LINE OF ROYAL M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 22 February 1896

ORIENT CLOTHING GIVES UNIVERSAL SATISFACTION, AND IS UNEQUALLED FOR PIT, STYLE, AND WEAR. All Garments are Cut from the Best Models, and the iMIaterials Thoroughly Shrunk. The ORIENT CLOTHING is in All Textures suitable for BUSINESS RIDING OFFICE PICNICKING PROMENADE SPORT BUSH TRAVELLING And EVENING WEAR. First Quality Men's Suits ... ... ... ... 40s. Extra Quality Men's Suits ... ... ... ... 45s. Special Quality Men's Suits ... ... ... ... 50s. OUR CELEBRATED ORIENT MAKE OF OLBRIOAL CLOTHING IS ACKNOWLEDGED THE BEST BEA.DY-MA.DE CLOTHING- PROCURABLE. The Materials are selected with careful regard to the requirements of the climate for City and Country Wear. Samples and Measurement Form Post Free on Request. DAVID JONES'—AND COMPANY, G-EOEG-E AND BARRACK STREETS, SYDNEY. ST. MAEY'S COLLEGKE, High-Claes Boarding School for Young Ladies ROSEBANK, FIVE DOCK, SYDNEY. Undor the Patronage of His Emlnonoo tho Cardinal-Archbishop and Bight Sot. J. Hlggina, D.D., Auxiliary Bichop of Sydnoy,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 22 February 1896

@0£*30i MEBAI* BflE E K* JBL 3E* E IT MS 111 S (Hboisterkd;.) mms Timlw ?WnnrlArfnl Tlemedv has now taken firm hold in Sydney and suburbs as a useful acquisition to absolute necessaries. T Housewives ha°ng once /used it always keep their stock replenished. It Cures, by simple Outward Application, Rheumatism, Sciatica, Lumbago, Sprains, Burns, Scalds, Outs, Bruises, leaving no soar, arid removing all Discolouration. Relieves Hoarseness, Bronchi tis Coughs, Palpitation of the Heart, Sore Throat, Influenza, Toothache, Headache, Cramps and Swellings from Fatigue. Peasant to take inward'! (afew drops on sugar), is a powerful disinfectant, and agreeable perfume. Bottles, Is., Is. 3d., 2s. 6d. Agencies :Cml Service Co-op. Store , Pitt-st fom) Farmer's) ? Dorahy, wine merchant, 217 William-xt.; Park, chemist, 152 Pitt-st.; Parlco.r, chemist, 1*4 William-t., Howan, toWn , 41 Regent' X Bedford ; Sharnmn, 113 Li erpool-st. Wholesale, Stilling a»d Co,, 12 Burrev-sl, JMrlm8l.urrt.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 22 February 1896

i ? j_ A FEBEUAEY PLUTTEE, i THAT'S ALL. 5 MARK FOY'S huge stock of always bright and fresh goods have been reduced, and WITHOUT A FAIR. The Bargains that have been procured and kept aside are now being Sold at even Less than FAIR PRICES. And it goes without saying, Ladies who have ever visited MARK FOY'S ARE SURE TO COME. Those who have never been to MARK FOY'S, Please Come Now, as FIRST IMPRESSIONS ARE BEST, i ? | PLEASE REMEMBER MARK FOY'S Renowned Fair is NOT ON, but still great lots of wonderfully cheap and pretty goods will be sold during February. Those in the country should send at ONCE. J ? Z ? L THE VERY PLACE! MARK FOY'S I LET'S GO. h r- Floral Decorations, Beautiful Pot Plants and Cut Flowers, Wreaths, Crosses, and other Floral Designs, PEARCE BROS., 107 KING STREET and 31 SYDNEY ARCADE. I Telephone 1259. 'beautiful flowees FOB, WREATHS, CROSSES and all FLORAL EMBLEMS. SB-A-RJLi'S AEE THE LEADING PLOBISTS. 109 KING STREET, SYDNEY. Telephone 11 L7. pUT FLOWERS. MXSS BKRII...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 22 February 1896

N.S.W. FRESH FOOD & ICE CO., LTD.. -fc fThe COUNTRY MILK TRADE. The CREAMERY SYSTEM OV\ ^ Pio^Sf of 5 The FACTORY SYSTEM OE BUTTER- BUTTER-MAKING (which has done / ^ggj Pl°J^. °f 5 MAKING (which has done so much more). ( !£w * V. for the Colony and Colonies). REFRIGERATION. ICE-MAKING. J * 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. Visit the City Depots (Refreshment) | \ \ f3 ^ya^aucade - } for AFTERN00N TEA Note. — Arrangements may he made at either of these Depots for Afternoon Teas for Private Partiea. W^THE FISH SHOP AT 135 KING STREET IS ONE OF THE BEST 1 THE W0RLD.-W8 SEND ORDERS TO THE 'HEAD OFFICE/' 25 HARBOUR STREET— THEY WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. AGENTS EVERYWHERE. H. PATESON, MANAGER. J.M..T. CUT.' MARTHA'S INDUSTRIAL HOME, 0 ' LEICHHA.RDT, SYDNEY. Conducted by the Sisters of St. .Toseth. Under tho Special Patronage of His Eminence the Cardinal-Ar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 22 February 1896

PARKER'S AUSTRALIAN HAIR PRESERVER (v. ' ' k . ' ' 4 Li ^*pp»? /^4l °- i -\ '*i$tfi O A *? xWm m i 1 V'i V1 i Jf 'fJ*' it A MARVELLOUS REMEDY for the Hair .and Scalp. Cooling and Refreshing to use. Promotes Growth, Removes Dandruff, Allays Irritation, and Eradicates all complaints common to the Scalp. USE IT AND NEVER BECOME BALD. Remember : PREVENTION 18 BETTER THAN CURE. LADIES will find it a j-erfeot boon. It is not a dye. is not sticky or greasy, and the hair may bo dressed and the curling tongs used immediately after appli cation. One of the numerous Testimonials received : — Sir, — During convalescence from Measles, my children Avere rapidly losing their hair. A friend to whom I mentioned the fact brought me a bottle of PACKER'S AUSTRALIAN HAIR PRESERVER, the use of which proved so satisfactory after threo or four applications that my wife, whoso hair had been falling out for years, was tempted to try it on herself ; the result was most satisfactory. Not only has loss been arr...

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