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DOMINICAN CONVENT, STRATHFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 November 1895

DOMINICAN CONVENT, STRATHFIELD. ? ♦ ? ? On Wednesday week last, at 3 p.m., a very high*class musical and dramatic entertain ment was afforded to the many friends of this beautiful Convent, by the pupils. The Cardinal- Archbishop of Sydney, accompanied by Dr. Murray, Maitland, was present. Among the visitors we noticed Very Rev. Dr. O'Haran, Dr. Murphy, Father Nulty, S.J., Fathers Carroll, Walsh, Phelan, Kirby, Timoney, Rohan, Fitzpatrick, Care)' and Hayden. ' Ecco il Padre,' a fine composi tion by CapOcci, conductor of the choir in St. John Lateran's, Rome, rendered by a chorus of forty voices, was the first item on the programme. For correctness and ease of pronunciation of 'la bella lingua,' and ex cellence of interpretation of the music, there was nothing left to be desired. Melodies from Weber's celebrated opera, 'Euryanthe' were next given on the piano, in which the Misses Hinton, Peak, Watt, Sheridan and Tuck displayed an excellent knowledge of musical technique. The choir the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 November 1895

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Death of a Famous Nun: a Designer of Irish Lace. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 November 1895

Death of a Famous Nun : a Designer of Irish Lace. The death has just taken place, at the Pre sentation Convent at Youghal, county Cork, of Sister Mary Regis, a nun who was famous as a designer of Irish lace. She was most skilful at this particular art, and her efforts were so successful that Youghal lace has be come famous throughout the United King dom. Some magnificent pieces of lace have been made at Youghal from her designs, and some oi her work has achieved great noto riety. Two in particular deserve to be men tioned — the splendid lace fan presented by the Earl of Crewe to the Duchess of York, on the occasion of her marriage with Prince George, and the lace flounce, of the value of upwards of ^'200, which was made specially for pre sentation to the Duchess of York when her marriage with the late Duke of Clarence was to take place. The following beautiful passage from a speech, some time ago delivered in the House of Commons by Mr. Tim Healy, recalls the best days of Irish eloq...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 November 1895

NSW. FRESH FOOD & ICE CO.. LTD.. ^ fThe COUNTRY MILK TRADE. The CREAMERY SYSTEM O¥~) «**, PiotSS* of] The l^SSK S7STBVM 0* BUTTE*' ^TER'MAKING (wMCh ^ d°ne f PiSS of -5^g- / MAKING-) which has done so much moiej. ( * I 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) j _' '_ ™ bo^l^aboade - 1 for AFTERN00N ™- Note, — Arrangements may be made at either oil these Depots for Afternoon Teas for Private Parties. P^THE FISH SHOP AT 135 KING STREET IS ONE OF THE BEST IN THE WORLD.-W SEND ORDERS TO THE ' HEAD OFFICE,' 25 HARBOUR STREET— THEY WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. AGENTS EVERYWHERE. ' . H. PATESON, MANAGER. J.M.J. HT. MARTHA'S INDUSTRIAL HOME, O LEICHHARDT, SYDNEY. Conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph. Under the Special Patronage of His Eminence the Cardinal- Archbishop o...

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New President of St. Malachy's College, Belfast. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 November 1895

New President of St. Malachy's College, Belfast. His Lordship also announced that he had appointed the Rev. Henry Boyle, President of St. Malachy's College. In making the announcement, which was received with great cheering by the students, his Lordship paid a very high tribute to the ability, learn ing, and industry of the new President. The Rev. Henry Boyle was born in Belfast, August 22, 1858 ; studied in St. Malachy's College : entered the Loeic Class in the College of Maynoothin 1874 5 was appointed Professor in St. Malachy's College in July, 1880 ; was ordained in Belfast by Most Rev. Dr. Dorrian on Easter Saturday, 1881 ; was appointed Curate of Duneane in August, 1883 ; was appointed Professor in St. Malachy's College in August, 1885.

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IRELAND. The Bishop of Down and Connor on the Education Question. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 November 1895

IRELAND. T The Bishop of Down and Connor on the Education Question. When the news of the appointment of the Most Rev. Dr. Henry to the Bishopric of Down and Connor was first received, the students of St. Malachy's College decided to present an illuminated address to the new prelate. At the gathering of the students and clergy held for this purpose on Thurs day, September 26, the new Bishop was re ceived with ringing cheers. After the ad dress had been read, his Lordship, in the course of his reply, said : ' I thank you very sincerely for your simple and beautifullyillu minated address, which I shall always pre- . serve as a memento of many happy years spent among the young and innocent. One of our great saints has said that his College is a Bishop's right hand. I shall then regard it as one of my most important duties to em ploy every means in my power to develop St. Malachy's, so as to realise your ideal that it may be a seat of virtue and learning similar to those that gained for ...

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Echoes of Protestant Bigotry. DISSOLUTION OF THE ATHLONE BOARD OF GUARDIANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 November 1895

Echoes of Protestant Bigotry. DISSOLUTION OF THE ATHLONE BOARD OF GUARDIANS. The Athlone Board of Guardians has been lately dissolved by the Local Government Board for refusing to supersede the nuns who form the nursing staff of the workhouse hospital by a lay nurse. The facts are simple. The nuns have been in charge of the workhouse and the infirmary for many years. Even surgical cases are constantly treated in the infirmary, and with the most successful results. Such results could not be attained if the nuns were not efficient nurses. Hitherto, at night, the infirm wards — they are not like the wards of a hospital where the whole of the patients are acute sufferers — were in charge of a ward mistress. In case of the dangerous illness of a patient special arrangements were made. The nuns, moreover, were always at call. These arrangements, however, did not satisfy the Local Government Board. They issued an order that a trained night nurse should be appointed to the position. The Gua...

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The Bishop of Elphin on Irreligious Literature. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 November 1895

The Bishop of Elphin on Irreligious Literature. In a Confirmation address to about 400 children at Athlone, on Sunday, the Most Rev. Bishop Clancy warned his hearers against the dangers of pernicious literature in the following terms : — Another evil was the dissemination of pernicious literature. Numbers of volumes were issued annually from the printing presses of England, of Scotland, and — he was sorry to say— of Ireland also, which were devoted to attacks on every moral principle, more especially the sanctity of the marriage tie. This evil had of late years assumed very alarming proportions. He felt also he should condemn newspapers of a similar character which were circulated among Irish Catholics. He would give them a test by which they might judge of these books and newspapers. If after reading a book or periodical they found their reverence for Almighty God, for the prac tices of the Church, or for the ordained ministers of God lessened, that book or periodical was dangerous...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 November 1895

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BAZAAR AT LEWISHAM. Speech by His Eminence Cardinal Moran. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 November 1895

BAZAAR AT LEWISHAM. a. .. . ? Speech by His Eminence Cardinal Moran. A bazaar in aid or the Parochial .luind. or at. Thomas's Church, Lewisham, was opened on last Saturday afternoon in the school hall connected with the Church by His Eminence Cardinal Moran. So great was the gathering on the occasion that the hall was packed to an uncomfortable degree. If the final result of the bazaar can be gathered from the auspicious opening, it ought to prove one of the most successful that has ever been held in Sydney. Rev. Eather Long and the Bazaar Committee are to be highly complimented on the per fection or the arrangements, and on the beautiful display that the various stalls exhibit. The Cardinal arrived shortly before 8 o'clock, and was received by Eather Long and the members of the Young Men's Association of the Parish. On the platform were Right Rev. Mgr. O'Brien, Tery Rev. Dean Slattery, Very Rev. Dr. O'liaran, Rev. Father Callender, Rev. Father Battle, and Messrs. Fitzpatrick, Hunte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 16 November 1895

CITY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED. HEAD OFFICE ? 95 PITT STREET. Directors : John See, Esq., M.P., Chairman. The Hon. John T. Toohey, M.L.C. J. P. Grarvan, Esq. P. Hogan, Esq. 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. Wholesale Wine and Spirit Merchants, CoitNEK. ov Harrington and Grosvknor Sts., CHURCH HILL, SYDNEY. ONLY Best Quality of Australian and Imported Wines, Irish, and Scotch Whiskies, Ales and Stout. Altar Wine a Speciality. JT. FALLON'S EUJRE ALBUBY WINES.— 400 Mmdals, ? including those from the Exhibitions of Amsterdam, Bor deanx, Vienna, Calcutta, Philadelphia, London, etc., etc.— Mr. Fallon 2iositiivel,y guarantees Absolute Purity, and, for u healthy, nutritious beverage of a superior flavour, claims that his product stands at the head of all Wines. He has the greatest ...

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SECULARISM AND SUICIDE [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 November 1895

SECULARISM AND SUICIDE In his best passages, Shakespeare reached the ultimate analysis of human conduct, and openly revealed the most hidden springs of life. His opinions, therefore, on an)' social subject, or on any moral problem, ought to be received with considerable respect, and men ought to duly ponder on their depth and im portance. The question of suicide he has treated in a passage of wondrous beauty and inimitable condensation, and the conclu sion he draws is that suicide is the natural corollary, the legitimate sequence of irreligion, of the want of hope and trust in an Omnipo tent Being. He enumerates some of the most poignant of the thousand natural shocks ' that flesh is heir to,' and asks who would be foolish enough to groan under them when self-destruction is so easy were it not for ' the dread of something after death ?' As it is logical to argue from effects to causes, we may conclude from the appaling accounts of suicides that now daily fill the newspapers, that th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 November 1895

'THE CATHOLIC PRESS.' IMPORTANT' NOTICE. SPECIAL CONCESSION TO CASH SUB SCRIBERS. 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 exercised, the proprietors do not hold themselves responsible for non-insertion of advertisements, through accident or otherwise; and they reserve to their selves the right of omitting advertisements received and paid for in the usual course of business if they appear to be objectionable. Notices of Births, Marriages, and Deaths cannot be inserted in this journal unless endorsed with the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 November 1895

CITY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE 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. 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,OOO. ROBERT KERR, Manager. TRANSACTS FIRE BUSINESS ONLY. J. LYNCH & CO, Wholesale Wine and Sphit Merchants, CoitNBB of Harrington and Grosvenor Sts., CHURCH HILL, SYDNEY. ONLY Best Quality of Australian and Imported Wines, Irish and Scotch Whiskies, Ales and Stout. Altar Wine a Speciality. JT. FALLON'S PURE ALBURY WINES.— 400 Medals, ? including those from the Exhibitions of Amsterdam, Bor deaux, Vionna, Calcutta, Philadelphia, London, etc., etc.— Mr. Fallon positively guarantees Absoluto Purity, and, for a healthy, nutritious beverage of a superior flavour, claims that his product stands at the head of all Wines. He ha...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE "CATHOLIC PRESS." (THE EDITOR). [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 November 1895

CORRESPONDENCE. THE 'CATHOLIC PRESS.' (the editor). Sir, — 1 beg to congratulate you on your first issue of. the Catholic Press. The type is first-class, it is neatly got up, and the read ing matter useful and instructive. The Catholics of New South Wales have now no excuse of not having a Catholic paper in their houses, as the price is very reasonable. Any working man can easily save ten shil lings in the year in his expenditure on- tobacco and beer, and get the paper for himself and family. The great majority of the people in Australia are able to read, and the tendency of the age is to read worldly and secular newspapers, and very often bad literature, thereby tending to make them more worldly, helping them, in fact, to forget God and to become materialists, socialists and free thinkers. Any priest who is in touch with 1 he people must see that this is the great danger with which the Catholic Church has to contend. To meet this danger, besides our Catholic schools and the practic...

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IRISH NATIONAL CLUB. "I n-aonlaid, I n-uacdar ; O ceile, ar lur." [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 November 1895

IRISH NATIONAL CLUB. ' I n-aontaid, In-uacdar; 0 ceile, ar Idr.' ' United we stand, divided we fall.' Such is the motto chosen by the recently formed ' Irish National Club,' and by the brilliant gathering and national spirit manifested by all at the inaugural concert given by the club, at their rooms, in Lawler's buildings, on Nov. nth, they proved that they were ' united,' and that they are going to 'stand.' In response to invitations, about one hundred and twenty members and their friends turned up on Monday evening, including Messrs. E. O'Farrell, President (who occupied the chair); H. Johnson and C. Dunn, Vice-presidents ; R. Moran, Treasurer ; M. E. Reidy, Hon. Sec. ; John Woods and J. J. M'Gaugh, Trus tees ; John Sheehy, Manager ; Dr. Flynn, Dr. Johnson and Mr. J. Blakeney. An apology was received from Mr. F. B. Freehill, M.A., regretting that a previous engagement made it impossible for him to accept the kind invi tation of the club, wishing them every suc cess, and stating h...

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SOCIAL. THE SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH, LEICHHARDT. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 November 1895

SOCIAL^ THE SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH, LEICHHARDT. The annual tea party and social in aid of the funds of St. Martha's Home (conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph) took place in the Town Hall, Leichhardt, on November nth, and was a great success. About 300 sat down to tea, the tables being presided over by a number of ladv parishioners, manv of whom brought beautiful floral decorations for the tables, and to whom the Sisters are deeply indebted for their very generous and active support. At the conclusion of tea the hall was cleared for dancing, Messrs. Shearer and Oddlum acting as M.'sC. By this time the hall was packed, and the result should be a very substantial addition to the funds of the Home. St. Martha's is a purely industrial home, having about 60 children under its roof, ranging from a little mite of three years to girls about sixteen or seventeen years. Lace making is also carried on there, beautiful Irish lace being manufactured, which deserves a far greater sale than it ha...

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WELL-DESERVED RECOGNITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 November 1895

WELL-DESERVED RECOGNI TION. .„_.„„.. ? fa ? __„. _.__w-^—. Some of our readers well remember that in the Irish Australian appeared some time ago an article over the signature of ' J. E. S. Henerie ' on 'Aristotle's Theory of Poetry and Fine Art, with a Critical Text by S. H. Butcher, L.M.D., LL.D, Professor of Greek in the University of Edinburgh.' A copy of the paper reached the distinguished Professor at his summer residence in Killarney some months ago, and he was so pleased with Mr. Henerie s able review 0.1 his work that he at once wrote him a most complimentary letter of thanks, in which he states the sincere pleasure it afforded him to find a book deal ing with so learned and abstruse a subject, so highly appreciated in a young country like Australia. Professor Butcher's letter is a splendid testimony to the critical ability and the literary insight of our gifted young Aus tralian, Mr. Henerie.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 November 1895

SPECIAL NOTICE. ENLARGEMENT OF liiu vuiiiuiiu iiuoOi — ++ — QWING to the great success of The Catholic Press, the Directors have decided to enlarge the next issue by POUR Extra Pages. To make it capable of giving the fullest information on all Catholic and General Events, in a few weeks they intend to issue it with 24 PAGES. NOTICE TO AGENTS. The Catholic Press Will for tlie future be Published on THURSDAY Instead of FEIDAY.

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The Pope's Third Jubilee. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 23 November 1895

The Pope's Third Jubilee. Leo XIII. has already celebrated two jubilees. On January 1, 1888, he feted the fiftieth anniversary of his admission to the priesthood. On February 19, 1893, ne com memorated his 'golden wedding ' with the Catholic episcopacy. A third jubilee, hardly less interesting than its predecessors, is now in contemplation at the Vatican. It is to take place on January 19, 1896, and will commemorate the eleva tion of the present Pontiff to the archiepisco pacy fifty years before. It was Gregory XVI. who, at the last consistory he held, appointed Monsignor Pecci to the Archdiocese of Perugia. The present Archbishop of Perugia, Monsignor Foschi — one of the most trusted friends of the Pope — is taking the lead in the prepara tions for the coming festival. As on the occasion of the preceding jubi lees, it is the intention of the Church to organise a grand, universal demonstration of Catholicity next January, signalized by the offering of presents to Leo XIII. and pil g...

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