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

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

CYCLING. The League's Carnival. — The entries for the March meeting closed on Saturday last at the rooms. The following have entered for the one and five miles invita tion scratch races : — A. W. Harris (England), W. Martin (America), C. Portia (Italy), J. W. Parsons, Don Walker, M. J. McLean (Vic toria), H. J. Pither, A. J. Body (New Zealand), A. F. Chapman (Queensland), J. Megson, E. Payne, R. W. Lewis, A. O'Brien, J. Mclnnes, L. A. Simpson, W, J. Hodgkinson, Alphonso Brown, P. E. Wootten, G-.Meadham (Sydney). With the pick of the colonies and the repre sentatives of England, America and Italy thus engaged, the carnival should be a great success. The Ten Miles Road Race, under the auspices of the Newcastle branch of the N.S.W. League of Wheelmen, was run on Saturday with the following results: — E. Warland, 1 ; McLean, 2 ; and Rennie, 3. Cleaves passed the post first but was disquali fied, it being alleged that his machine was under the prescribed weight. At the meeting ... of the...

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

BOWLS. The Pennant Matches. — The pennant matches suffered considerably on Saturday from the rain. St. Leonards defeated Waverley by 11 points. City secured a win from Vic toria Park, the scores being, City 127, Victoria Park 84 The other matches were abandoned.

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

SWIMMING. The complimentary benefit carnival tendered by the members of the Eastern Suburbs Swim ming Club to Mr. Wallie G-rist was brought off on Saturday last at the Bronte Baths, and proved a great attraction. The weather was very unfavourable, and several large waves broke across the basin, completely drenching the officials and others. The honorary secre tary, Mr. W. H. Brown, deserves great praise ¥r\f V»ih ft-fPnT*f,Kl in fiTlHlTPA t.hfi HllftfiftHS Of the Barnival. The following are the principal results : — Club Handicap, 66yds. — First prize, pre 3entod by Messrs. J. J. Moloney and Co.; second, by Mr. Chas. Green. Final heat: J. Oorrigan, 1 ; H. T. Cox, 2 ; J. Tonkin, 3. Inter-Club Handicap, 100yds. — First prize, presented by the committee ; second, by Mr. Albert Fernandez. J. Hyan (E.S.S.O), lj R. Keers (Balmain S.O.), and S. Saber (Enterprise S.O.) dead heat for second place. In the swim off Keers won. A meeting of the New South Wales Swim ming Association was held on M...

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DIOCESE OF PERTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 22 February 1896

DIOCESE OF PERTH. On Tuesday morning, the 4th inst., the spiritual retreat for the clergy of the diocese ended. On the same clay, and two following days, a conference was held at which many matters of importance were discussed, that of the schools in particular receiving great atten tion. Arrangements wore made for education, which it is hoped, will place it upon a sounder and more satisfactory basis than ever. Several changes were also announced, some of which will take place at an early date. Most ol: the priests who took part in the conference have already returned to their districts.

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ARCHDIOCESE OF BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 22 February 1896

ARCHDIOCESE OF BETSBANE. (Australian,) The Eev. D. Fouhy, C. Adm. of Brisbane, has been granted temporary leave of absence, -o take effect from the 12th March prox. Father Fouhy will sail, from Sydney by the s.s. Mariposa for San Francisco on March 10, and, af ber spending some weeks in the United States, will cross the Atlantic to Ireland. Having passed a few months in his native land he will visit England and the Continent, and hopes to be back in Brisbane about Christmas. We cordially wish the rev. father a safe and pleasant journey.

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DIOCESE OF SANDHURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 22 February 1896

DIOCESE OP SANDHURST. (Advocate.) On Monday morning, the 10th inst., at eight o'clock, Father. Tobin celebrated his first Mass, assisted by Father Eooney. There was a large congregation present. During the Mass, Miss Eead sang ' Ave Maria,' Misses Hayes ' O Salutaris,' and Mrs Tarnlyn 'Panis Angelicus,' The Eev. Father O'Connell contemplates septs, side chapels, slate roofs, etc., at Dookie, and a smaller one, with an iron roof, at Youan mite. The rev. gentleman has entrusted the preparation of the plans to the firm of Messrs. Kempson and Conolly, of Bourke-street, Mel bourne, under whose supervision the presbytery at Dookie was erected.

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

AQUATICS. On Saturday last the ninth annual contest for the Qascoigno Cup was sailed by the Eoyal Sydney Yacht Squadron, and resulted in a win for Herreshofli, Thelma being second. The 24ft. championship of Port Jackson was secured by Mr. J. McMurtrie's Ida, Willia being second. The monthly programme or races was carried out by the Lane Cove Sailing Club on Saturday last. The yacht race was won by Warringa (A. H. Oannichael), Morna, second ; and the All-Boats Handicap by Pixie, 33ft. (S. H. Fairland). The Club Championship of the Sydney Amateur Sailing Club was annexed by Mr. F. .Doran's Inez on Saturday last. Q-enesta was second, and Varuna third. The prizes won at the Drummoyne Regatta were presented by the Mayor, Alderman Joseph Sewell, last week, in the local Council Chambers. The hon. secretary, Mr. Henry B. Fisher, was the recipient of a presentation from the com mitte as a token of their appreciation of his valuable services in organising the regatta.

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

CRICKET. The cricket matches on Saturday last were very much interrupted by the heavy rain. The first grade matches were continued, but ad journments had frequently to be made to the pavilions. There was again a largo attendance at Wentworth Park to witness the continua tion of the match between Soufch Sydney and the Glebe. The wicket was very soft, and cut up badly. The rain eventually gob the upper hand, and slumps had to be drawn when Glebe had secured 97 for the loss of five wickets. The batting team are thus only 18 runs behind South Sydney. Wnverley faced the bowling of East Sydney on the Domain on Saturday, and lost eight wickets for 7G runs, Central Cumberland v. University. — Univer- sity, 151 ; Central Cumberland, no wickets for 48. At North Sydney Oval the match against Piiddington was played under most unfavour able conditions. Eventually a start was made at 8.30, but play had to be abandoned at five o'clock owing to the incessant rain. North Sydney, who had totalled 161...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
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SPORTS AND PASTIMES. SPECIAL NOTICE [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 22 February 1896

SPORTS AND PASTIMES. SPECIAL NOTICE [_I terns intended for the 'Sports and Pastimes' column should, to prevent delay and disappointment, reach this office not later than Tuesday evetiiruj in each week, j

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DIOCESE OF AUCKLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 22 February 1896

DIOCESE OF AUCKLAND. The priests named for succeamon to the vacant see are those previously named for the Coadjutor Bishopric: — Dignissimus, Eev. Father Lenihan ; Dignior, Eov. Father O'Eoilly; Dignua, Eev. Father Haclcett.

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DIOCESE OE ARMIDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 22 February 1896

DIOCESE OP AEMIDALE. (from our correspondent.) A large number of visitors came lately to enjoy the beautiful summer climate of Arini dale and the New England district. Our visitors are charmed with this district. They are loud in praise of its climate and its natural beauty. A larger influx of visitors will be seen here next season. nil i-i -r» i i I T\ 1 (.'1 ? f i 1 rne itev. rsrocner ueianey, superior oi Trie Patrician Brothers in Australia, is now in Armidnle making his official visitation of the Brothers' schools and college. He is much pleased with the place. On Sunday last, after the eleven o'clock Mass, celebrated by the Bishop, the Eev. Father O 'Sullivan gave a beautiful lecture on 'The Catholic Church and Her 'Works ' ; he also preached in the evening, and gave Benediction of the most Blessed Sacrament. There is holy Mass every morn ing in the cathedral, and special devotions every evening. The priests are always ready to attend to the spiritual wants of the people. The C...

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

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DIOCESE OF WILCANNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 22 February 1896

DIOCESE OF WILOANNIA. At a meeting of the Catholic congregation of 'Wilcannia on Sunday, at which His Lord ship the Bishop presided, it was resolved to erect a monument to the memory of the late Father Davern, whose death was caused some weeks ago by the excessive heat.

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

DIOCESE OF GOULBUEN. In the Convent of Mercy, G-oulburn, on last Saturday, two young ladies were received into religion — Miss O'Driscoll (in religion Sister Mary Cecilia), and Miss Ellen O'Donoghue, of North G-oulburn (in religion sister Mary Philomena). A lay sister, Miss Hogan (in religion Sister Mary Gerard), was also received. Tlio nfiifliirnnf, rrn the\ np.r».n.Hinn WBH til ft 'Riod-if. Eev. Dr. Gallagher, Coadjutor-Bishop of Goul burn, assisted by the. Eev. D. Griffin. The Eev. Father Fitzgerald, O.S.F., preached the sermon, in which the rev. gentleman more than sustained his reputation as a preacher of a very high order. Among the clergy present were the Eev. Father Donovan, Adm., Goul burn ; Eev. Father O'Shea, Eev. J. Dwyer, St. Patrick's College; Father Clement, C.P.; Brother Norbert, C.P. The music on the occasion was supplied by the nuns' choir. It may be remarked that Sister Mary Cecilia ia a musician of considerable ability; lot us hope that her talents may be a sourc...

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THE CLAIMS OF SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 22 February 1896

THE CLAIMS OF SCIENCE. To the shallow and imperfectly-educated, that vague, indefinable word science appeals with all the authority of the most absolute despotism. Clever people talk about science, and prominent men are ' scientists'; there fore we must all bow down and worship at this new shrine of human vanity. Like ignoring the whims and caprices of fashion, to not be enraptured about science just now is simply to be vulgar, and no man can be vulgar and live. There is plenty of preten sion, cant, and what Matthew Arnold and Carlyle call Philistinism in the world, but the enthusiasts of this scientific cult seem to be endowed with a far more than average share of these unamiable characteristics. None so narrow-minded, so illiberal, so dog matic, so intolerant, so irreverent, so in fallible as the gentlemen who freely use the thunder-compelling words Ichthyosaurus, Plesiosaurus, Palaeolithic, Fossiliferous, De nudation, Zirconium, Miocene, Anthropo morphic, etc. No man with reveren...

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

?nJEJE 5P EOOTCOMPANY, 386 GEORGE S T B, B E T . WE STOCK OVER 2,000 DISTINCT VARIETIES OF SHOES, GOOD, SERVICEABLE, STYLISH SHOES, AT LOWER PRICES THAN YOU CAN BUY ELSEWHERE. That is why we lead the Sydney trade. The greatest Salesmen in the 'World are Price and Quality. Price is the great Conyincer — the Invincible Salesman. A Genuine Thing is What it Ought to Be— SUCH YOU WILL FIND OUR BRANDED GOODS. Branch Depot ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 226 King Street, Newtown. 'THE CATHOLIC PKESS.' IMPORTANT NOTICE. SPECIAL CONCESSION TO CASH SUB SCRIBEES. 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 ...

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DIOCESAN NEWS. ARCHDIOCESE OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 22 February 1896

DIOCESAN NEWS. ARCHDIOCESE OF SYDNEY. The Right Rev. Mousignor Verdon has broken his voyage at Melbourne, where he remains for the present. In the event of the news of Monsignor Vordou's appointment to- the bishopric of Duuedin being confirmed^ of which there seems no reason to doubt, it is probable that the Bulls of Consecration will be received in Sydney towards the end of March. A meeting will take place here of the bishops of the province on or about April 15, and the Archbishop of Melbourne is expected to visit this city at the same time. ( The^ cere mony of consecration would, therefore, in all probability, be then performed. On 'Wednesday morning, Ash Wednesday, the holy ashes was distributed at St, Mary's at the seven o'clock Mass by His Eminence the Cardinal-Archbishop. At the nine o'clock Mass the distribution was made by the Rev. Father Carey. The number of those who received the ashes is estimated at 1,500. On Monday evening, March 2, the Rev. Father Carey will deliver, ...

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

SOCIAL. ? - ??+ ? Captain Sloane Stanley, A.D.O. to His Ex cellency tho Governor, is at present in Tas mania. * Lady Hampden has consented to 'be patroness of the Soldiers' Wives' League of New South Wales Military Forces. On Thursday next two of Lady Hampden's daughters will go on a visit to Melbourne, aud will be the guests oi' Lord and Lady Braesey. Amongst the guests staying «it Lowthor Castle on a visit to the Earl and Countess of Lonsdale, to meet the Prince of Wales, is the Hon. Henry Stonor. *?* . A marriage, of interest in the higher circles oi: Catholic society, will shortly take place be tween Captain Henry Lionel Pilkington, eldest surviving son of the late M.v. Henry Malock Pilkington, .D.L,, of Tore, County Westmeath, and Louisa Mlice, eldest surviving daughter of the late Sir John JSsmonde, Bart., of .Ballynas tragh, County Wexford. V Miss Mario A.. Bolloc, daughter of Mudamo Bolloc, both ladies being well known in Catholic and literary circles, was married on Thursda...

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

Telephone 1482. ? v''f- 7 DENTIST, ST. JAMES' CHAMBERS, Opposite the Queen's Statue, KING STREET. NOTE. 1. The exact Fee can be ascertained before the work is undertaken. 2. Where there are two or more members of a family to be attended to, a Special Eeduction is allowed. ; 3. A Duly qualified Lady Assistant is always in attendance. ? The Scale of Pees, also the Methods of Saving the Teeth, as practised by Mr. HAEBIS, can be obtained upon j application to above address. ! Q R I T E EION T II E A. T It E. Proprietor ... ... Mr. George Hill. NO FREE LIST. ANOTHER TRIUMPH. 'SHRIEKS OF LAUGHTER FROM BEGIN NING TO END, WITH HYSTERICAL FITS THROWN IN.'— Sunday Times. ' ' MIXED ' is presented by a strong' company, who played Avith a briskness which was cordially recognised by tho audience.' — 8.M. Herald. ' Men in tho dress circle rolled back in their seats till the tears threatened to run from their eyes. Women seemed to be on the point of going into hyBteri.es with, laughter.' — Daily Tc...

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