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Telegraphic Intelligence. SYDNEY. WEDNESDAY, 4 P.M. Shipwreck. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 August 1879

'?». 1'eEe{4'E,'aBg»l»ao flaa^eJ!15g-cac«i ' {Front Our Telegraphic. Cwresjoondcnt.^' ^' l I ./HI SYDNEY. ; Wednesday, 4 r.ir. glj5j»wve«lc. ' »*' ? ' The ship. Iyanhoo, bound froih- MolboiuTib 'to San Pranoisco,' bocamo a ? total WTbck' bn; the Tasmanian coast, 40 milos from-Tamar Hoads.- '-

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 August 1879

Ro^rAN . . . (jATlIOLTO INTAN1'. .-BAPTISM. ? . E OMBttAi.i'EpEa.'^CitB i Public Soi iooe.— ' Tho following particulars have been suppliod tons for. publication' from i a, reliable source : — Somo timo ngo thb , father of. an infantchihlthat was was not expected to.'livo applied to ono of tlio Catliolio clergy moi l rosidont in Yuss (tlio paront boing a member ?of' that religious porsuasion) to liavo tho child baptiabd. 'Tlio clergyman rofusod to ba.ptiso:dyihg infant, and also stated that, in tlio ovont.-of , its: death, roligioiis: ritos .would bo refused, ursloBs tho futliov at onco bound himsolf to roinovo 0110. of his; children from tlio public school. Tho .fathor argiicd that his child was malting creditable progress at the school, far bettor indocd thaii lio had over mndo, nt tlio Jpfinominational school; and that ho had no wish to mar his child's future by injuring his educa tion. Tho '.'cloi'gyman was obdurato, and posi tively rofusd 'to lmptiso tlio dying infant unloss upo...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Presbyterian Clergymen's Sustentation Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 August 1879

B.Dj'es5»y terian (Clergymen's' giustcuta- 1 tioin Fund. 1 A conference on tho subjoct of tho proposed Sustontation Euiiil to Prosbytoriim Clorgymou-, I was hold in St. Andrew's Church, Syilnoy, on I tho 13tli instant. Thoso prosont comprised tho leading olorical and lay mombors of that denomi nation residing in- tho metropolis. Tho Hon*. S. D: Gordon occupipil tho chair. Tno uiiairman saiu mat twonty-uvo yoars ago thoy hail had a sustontation fund iu tlio'Ereo Church section of tlioir now united Ohureli, which roalizcd botweon £5000 and £0000 a year, but which, sinco the Union, had fallon into nboyance, anil that tho ro-ostablishuiont of such a fund ia loudly called'- for and, would' bo a groat boon to tho Church. Tho Bov. John Miller Ross, tho fotmdor'ftf Ifos Sustontation Eundoftho Presbyterian Cliurcli of England, and for a munbor of yoai's its gouornl Bocrotary, (a fund wliich has boon attonded with almost unprocodonteil success), boing prosont by iimtntion, oxpluined tho princ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. The Commission Agents Slandered. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 August 1879

Misc E - ; TIic Commission Agents Slandered. 1'nE following letter has boon addrossod to Mossrs. E. M'Mahon, and J. Warden, oE Milton, through tho journals which published thoir observations at a recont public, mooting at that place : — Gontlomon; — Tho attontion of tho Commission Agents (who arc particularly interested in tho salo of liuttor from your district) having boon called to cortaiu statements mado by you at a public mooting,- hold at tho School of Arts, Milton, published in tho Milton Times, oi August Gth, in which thoir character both socially and commercially aro libelled and traduced, it was thought to bo unailvisablo that such statombnts should be allowed to go forth unanswered. A circular was. prepared aud sont around to tho principal Butter Agents, inviting them to moot so that thoir opinion might bo , olicitoil on tho matter, aud in rosponso to that .circular tho fol lowing gontlomon' attended:— Mossrs.-H. Clarlco, W; Hexlolt, T. ' AV. Cravon, J. Melliilay, N. nawko...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ROBBERS CAPTURED. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 August 1879

THE RODBiltB' CAI'TUIlED. - - Tab1 following tologram appearod in a second edition of tho Herald on Tuesday morning last : — ' Molbourno, August 19, 3 a.m. Unquestionably, tho two'suspectoil mon soon in Sandhurst woro tho voritablo robbors of ths' Lancofiolil Bank. Thoy purchased' clothos on 'Saturday ovoning, at Nowliead's drapery shop, ' Sandhurst, anil sinco that information was known, tlio polico havo beoiv searching tho city in ovoiy direction. Eaglohawk was visited, but 'it was found tlio mon had gono to Sandhurst. Tho polico visited Martin's hotol, in: Dowling-- street, whore tho men had beon staying from' Saturday night uutil to-day ; but tho polico could' find 110 tracos of thom, and tho' landlord ilonicd all knowlodgo of thom. Information, hoVOvor;- was subsequently obtainody which poiutod to' tho conclusion that the mou v/ero' really in Sandhurst. Martin's hotel was again vioitcd, but without any result. Tho polico, howovor, think tho men had. beon warned' that tho polico...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Another Bank Robbery in Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 August 1879

Anothcjr ®ank Robbery in Victoria. A telegram from- Molbourna to tho iftrald, on Eriday last, says : — At a quarter-past 10 o'clock this mornW^a Branch of tho Commoroial Bank of Australia at Laneefiold, wiis stuck up aud robbed by twp armed ifton. It appears from particulars havo reached Molbourno that, as soon as tho bank opened, two- mou outored anil prosoike&l revolvers at Miv; Morrison, tho accountant, cautioning iiim it no' attempted to movo ho would bo shot. Ho was thou gaggod anil socurcil. Ono of 1;ho mon kopt watch whilo tho othor col lected all tlio notes and coin ho could obtain. A customer, named Musty,, iamo in at tho timo, and ho' also was bailed up1.- Ho had £200 in his pocket at tlio timo but tiro robbors wore -not awaro of tlio fact. All this occupiod vory littlo timo, and tho mou tlion decamped. Mr. Carlislo, tho manager of tho bank-, was in tho yard at tho timo, and was unaware what was going on. It was at first thought, from tho. description givon of tho ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DISTRICT NEWS. Number. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 August 1879

SBSS'E'SSl.CE' WS3W®. .. -,' [FROM OUR. CORRESrOJSDEXTS.] MlSIHWliS. ; MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The usual meeting of tho Council was hold at tho Council Chamber on Thursday Inst, at.5 p.m. Prosont — Aldormon Condon, Leslie, and Smith. In tho absence -ot' tlio Mayor Alderman Dixon was voted to tho chair.— In Committee of Works it was dccideil to solid a pair of workmon to ascertain quality of motal at Back Eorost.— Lcavo was given to Mr. J.' Kennedy to make use of contain timbor to consti'uct a culvert noai his own proporty. — Aldorman Leslie mado a vor bal report 011 liainago to -wator-coiu'so tlu'ougli tho falling, of a tree near G'ollan's farm; anil aftor somo remarks from.tho Chairman respect ing tho condition of hill near Groonwoll Point, it was agreed that it would bo woll to lot tho .roail- dry boforo proceeding with tho ])roposed improvements. — In Committeo of Einanco, ? accounts amounting to £S lGs woro oxaminod, and agreed to. — Aldorman Dixon intimated that ho hail ascertained ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Kangaroo Valley Bridge. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 August 1879

Kangaroo AVallcy SBriaEKe. On Thursday last, tho 14th instant, tho now bridgo over tlio Kangaroo lliyor at Kangaroo .A'alloy, was opened. Mr. Thomas Garrett, tlio momber for Camdoii, iiorfoimed tho opening ceromouy ; and tho assomblago, which numbor:d about 200, iueludiug a largo numbor of hulios, was addrossed by Mr. Bosoby, member for Shoalliavon, and Captain Charles, member for Iuama. Tho speakers in thou- addresses dwelt principally 011 tho .'material progress that has taken place in Kangaroo A'alloy, and tho import ant benefits resulting from the construction- of tho bridge. After tlio inovitablo bottlo of 'fiz' had beon smashed 011 ono of tho central trusses by Mr. Garrett, tho addresses wore doliybrcd, and tho malo portion of tho company repaired to tho Cosmopolitan Hall, where about sixty gontlomon sat down at tho banquet in honour of tho completion of tho bridgo. Tlio chair was occupied by Noil Harper Esq., J.P., who had on his right Mr. Garrett and Captain Charles, and on ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 August 1879

Scas«m or I S1? St. TJIE TIIOIlOUGJniltED STALLION tefl4 ? . uaniwliiniw A L BJJ K Y. nnHE thoroughbred Stallion ALBUIt'^ will Stand this Season at TERBABA; and travel tho Shoalhavon district. . , ? 'Terms: £i -lo Jiach Mure. . ? . ALBUBY is ono of tho host bred horsos in tlio colony. Ho was brod 1# tlio lion. E. K. Cox; and sold as a yoarlingMt G50 guineas;; ho is by Yattondon out of StocKovo (imp.);by Mricar6ni; out. of Anonyma by^jStoekwoll ; out.: of Miss Sarah -by. Don Juan ; out of iDss-. Saralx by Gladiator. . . AEacavonl is by SwooBtmbat out of ? Jacoso by Pantaloon ;. hor dam, , Banter, is : by Mastor Homy out of Boudicoa by Aloxandor. .; , Good and socuro paddocks provided for mares coming from a distauco at Is pbr wcok, but no responsibility inclined. . All monios must bp paid,, and mares romovod,; on 6r boforo tlio 1st January,, 1880; All monios not paid on that dato will bo chargod Bank intorest. ? ' J. & T. LMLOND, Proprietors. . ? 5Po StrtMd.tliSs Season, AT T...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Intelligence in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 August 1879

Infelligenee in Brief. Tlio Wollongnng Argus states that tlio now Roman Catholic Church rtt Joinboroo will bo oponod anil confirmed by his Graco Archbishop Vaughan, 011 tho 31st inst., and thata confirma tion soryico -ftull bp hold at. Kiiuna during tho samo day. . ? . , ? ?' ? ?? ? ' ? ' ? -'? ?' Tho London Boant of .Trader returns for tlio .past-month, aro published. .Tlio , iinpor(s to tlio United Kingdom during that period amount to £35, 750, 000, .showing a docroaso of £5,750,000. Tlio oxports for tho samo poriod show slight, iinprovcmont. A private tologram,- says Monday's Ilcrald, nnnouncos tho deilth iu Amorica of. tho Rov. John Graham, for many yoars pastor of tho Pitt-st-reot Congrogational Church, Sydnoy/ ' , .Tho Braidwood- JDispttUfc of Saturday : last, 1 roports that last wook's roturn. of waslungs at Littlo llivor was upwards of 80 oz. gold, anil that another nugget woigliing 9 oz. 10 dwts. was unoartliod during that wook. .. Captain Charles, tho morKbor for Kiama, in...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 August 1879

ANTED to LEASE, with tlio option of ; V V : Purehaso, within or throo four milos of Bomadorry, a EABM, flW'^to 100 Acres. Must bo protty good land. Jqip/y' ? john STEWAirr; Auctioiioor, -. Broughton Crook. . All Nos. ay 1 be na.i-l s, ad poi ib. ' ' / j. Qimm I CuyrOtSco Store, ' . / Nowra. (hiv llcprificiitulive, JOHN |fa ESQ., ' ? 'WILL ADDpjgSsj 'Ms* ELECl'OES ? in /the EUmJII, rFca,a,ai*a, On SATURDAY 23iro AUGUST, ' At I r.it. WcsJeyaiii Cliac/cli Amiiivcrsury. .; A PUBLIC TEA-mSsi?INtG 'will bo hold in ±\. tho ; WESLEY AN JbllUBOH,. Torrara,: on 'WEDNESDAY, tho ?/'th AUG-UST._ TEA 011 tho Tables at 5 o'clock/ p.m. Admission, 2s. Aftor Tea- a PCfBLIG JlfcliTING- will bo hold. TIig , Hovs. S[ossrs. (/i'ailt, (laldwoll, Hargravo, and Corner, will (d.t.) aldriss tho meeting. ; On SUNDAY, tho'24lh; Mr.-'OALDWBLTi' will preach at Broughtoi Yale, at 11 a.m..;. at Moroo, at 21 p.m. ; and /i t Torrara, at 7 jJ.m. , Tho Sorvico at Nowr;if\\'ill bo in tho morning instead of evening 011 t...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Original Crrespondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 August 1879

©rfigiiMal Cara-esfsoaaiaensce. i [It is to bo distinctly undorstooil that wo do not . identify - ourselves with tho opinions- of . correspondents.] . ! ; . ;- . - - .;; . ; tffMBtice t«i the -IDead. ? ' . TO TUB EDITOR OF TUB TEIi'EOnA.PII, Silt,— Iu justice to r, O110 moro unfortunate;. . -I AVoaiy of breath, ' Baslily unfortunate, - 1 G0110 to hor death, 1 who x havo known lrom earliest child hood; allow mo a small spaco in your columns to eorroct eor tain' indirect asporsions connocted with this'sud caso, -which porliaps muj bo ; viowod by' a. cold world in- nj dilforont light than tlio ono intonded;: and thus infliot undosorving wrong on tlio 1110m ory of a deserving womim,— a good mother,' aud' ?faithful'- wifei.'-: I .--refer to tho Kiama Hcporlcr of tho 13th. Undor tolograpliio intelligence from Torrara; that papor 'states, in roioroneo to tho suicido'of a woman namcd^ Gardner, alias 'Whitehall, ' an inquost - will bo hold to-mon-ow, . whon it is ; oxpoctod that strange disc...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Original Contribution. Commission Agency. VI [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 August 1879

Original B'almflEmtn. Commission Agency. [By Ar.uiox.] No. VI. Another branch of industry, vory popular, not to say profitable, it that of tho poultry and ogg dealor, withwhichalsomay boincorporatcd thatot hides and skins. Tho diffororico in which this is carriod on in various parts of tho colony is vory much marked. I am not familiar with tho ' marino s tore ' down Illawarra, as I am on tho Manning, Macloay, and Clara^e Rivers, wlioro a marino storekeeper will load his boat with storo goods, Icavo on Monday, and not roturn porhaps until tho following wook, with a load of poultry, oggs, hidos, &c., that ho has rocoived in exchange for his various goods. ' Howovor, if T miss this kind of conveyance in Illawarra I have tho samo trado prosontod to mo, by tlio debtor or creditor carried oil bofrvroon ' storokoopor and settlor. Thoro aro ono or two isolated ensos, wlioroin a man dOvotos his wholo timo to doaling, but this is on tho hack blocks away from the reach of tho storokeop...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 August 1879

It is confidently anticipated by those who givo themselves the trouble to forecast the future courso of tho wretched politics of this colony, that the approaching session of Par liament — for, liowover nauseating tho recol lection of tho last may ho, wo aro still obliged to think of that which is to follow it — will be distinguished by another attompt, on tho part of thoso iu offico, to amend, \or at any rato to altor the framework of our political constitution. It is littlo less than humiliat ing to spoculato on tho course likely to bo adopted by such a mountobanlc as Sir H. Parkes, whoso only object in public lifo seems to bo that of making it appear that ho is constantly occupied with some schemo beyond tho scope of ordinary politicians for j effecting important changes which may be connected with his name, and, — as he says in most of his- electioneering speeches — 'leaving tho world a littlo hotter than he found it.' Sir H. Parkes, howevez', is at present, (thanks to tho trick ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 August 1879

THE- LARGEST SALE IN AUSTEA.TJfe Reduced Price List, 'Hoar' SHUTTLE AMEltlCAN LOOK-STITOH SEWING MACHINE, The Best axd Most Easily 'Worked Eaieixv Sewino' ILvciiine in TltE Maiiket; 'Without liegnrd to lDrIce. . HUE SHUTTLE S ETW ING MACHINE; IS STAMPED, M. MOSS & CO, SO Si' E A ©r Eli M TP'S, SYDNEY, N.S.W. !'!!' BEWARE' OF !!f Gr'ca*man sibcjH ISSs'iasin^liam1 IMITATIONS, WE'feol confident that wlionovor persons wishing' to buy'Sowiug Machines will givo the HOME: SHUT-TIE. SEWING? _ IMHIl'E a Eair' Trial in comjiotition -.vitli Others, I® WILL HAVE THE PREFERENCE. In. proof op their superiority' ovor othW machinos, WE'-OVAlUXTm TIl&MforlWb- YEAR'S. 'With- tho mochino is: fitthished' Hommer,. Braider,. Shuttlo, Bobbins, Oil-cau,-Oil, Screws driver,. Eivo Needles, Gauge, -Tablo, Clamp, and' Directions- for Uses All: gecuroly* packed fii1 strong cases,, without oxtra: chiu-goi It will Horn, Eell, Bind; Cord,- Braid, Seam-,. . Tuck, Ruffle, Hemstitch,- Gather; and Gath...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Adelaide Froude Mystery. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 August 1879

? — = AdeflaMc Mystery. A jtYSTEtiious enso of alleged ' abduction (says tho ' S. A. Advortisor ') lias just been brought under tho notico 'of tho police, and is now in courso of investigation by them. Tho porsons concomed are -two youtog' people, named Horace Grovello and'Adfjakls Eroude. Mr. Peterswald, the Superintendent of Police, has put us in possession of tlio fact's of tlio caso, so far -as at present known, and certainly, as it now appears, jho affair is a vory extraordinary one.- The statements we give, it must be understood, afe those of tho girl, as, taken down by Mr. peterswald on oath. Adelaide Eroirde is about 20 years of ago, and was employed as 'a domestic ser vant by the Bev. U. S. Casoy. Hor fathe1' is a railway portor on tlio Adelaido and Port Adelaido: railway, and resides a| Glanvillo. Sho first formed an acqiiitintancer with Grovello about 18 months ago, and ton months later was engaged toVbo married to him. Tho ''engagement was \subsequently broken off by Gre...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Murder [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 21 August 1879

-. ' Mtimlcr ? I has bobn attempted at Balmain by a young man named Turley; who cut a girl's throat with a razor. The girl is now in tho Infirmary in a procarious condition.

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Bismarck's Confession of Faith. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 August 1879

Bismarck's Confession of Faitla. Dh. Buscn's recently issued book of Prince Bismarck's sayings during the campaign in Franco, contains, ? among othor 'curious things, tho following confession of faith — ' I: cannot' concoivo how a man can live without a belief in a revelation, in a God who orders all things for tlio best, in a Supromo Judge, from whom thoro is no appeal, and in a future lifo. If I wo'roaiot a Christian, I should not remain at my .post I for a singlo hour.- If I did not rely on God i Almighty, I should not .put my trust in princes.* .I havo enough to live on, and am . sufficient^ gonteorsand^distiiiguishe'd with out. tho Chancellor's office. .'Why should I j go on working indofatigably, . incurring | trouble and annoyance, unless . convinced ! that God has ordained me to fulfil thoso duties?- If I woro not porsuaded that this German nation of ours, in tho divinely appointed ordor of things, is destinod to bo I something groat and good, I should tlirow | up tho diplom...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Public School Examination. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 August 1879

Public School Examination. I ' Oiuent,' writing to tho ' Cootamundi'a Herald,' thus refers to a school examination that rocently took placo in that township : — 'At an examination held somo timo ago tho inspector put tho question — ' How many languages aro thoro ?' I am a poor man, Mr. Editor ; but, if Mr. Inspector can answer that question himsolf, I shall clicorfully pay £5 to any charity to bo named. . . . In my oxporienco of school examinations I havo soon and heard much; but it was reserved until last Friday for mo to hoar a school inspector inform a class that an ' isthmus ' was a ' pouinsula.' . This is about on a par with tho ? quostion on languago. Tlio quostion was put thus : ' AVhon I was driving along tlio road, yostorday, Ipassod two pools of wator, and somo sheep wero grazing botwoon ; now what wero tho shoop grazing on?' A pupil said grass. Mr. Inspoctor said somothing about tho pupil boing equivalent to a booby. Aftor somo pupils giving answers that coidd havo boon a...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Roman Catholic Infant Baptism. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 28 August 1879

Roman Catholic Infant Bap tism. The following from the ' Yass Courier ' of the 15th instant, boars on an extract from the same journal, published in our last issuo : 'To the Editor of the ' Yass Courior.' — Sir, — In an issue of your paper of tho 15 th of this month, forwarded to mo, I observe an article headed, Eoniau Catholic infant baptism. — Funeral rites.— fTho pub lic school. In this article you state, that since the opening of the Public school at Yass and previous to the issue of the recent Pastoral, a Catholic fathor applied to ono of tho Catholic clorgymon resident at Yass to have his infant child, at the time not expected to live, baptised. You state, also, that the clergyman refused to baptise the dying infant, and in caso of tho infant's death tli0 burial rites would also bo refused-sunless the father bound himself to remove 'One of his childron from tho Public school. You moreover speak of a verbal altercation as having takon placo between tlio clergyman and 'this Cath...

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