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

REMOVAL NOTICE. NICHOLSON & CO. HAVE REMOVED FROM THE CORNER KING AND GEORGE STREETS TO THEIR NEW AND ELEGANT PEEMISlvS, N E X T .E Q U I T A. B L E BU .1 L D I N G , GEORGE STREET. THE FINEST PIANO AND MUSIC - WAREHOUSE IN THE SOUTHERN I HEMISPHERE. I NOTE THE NEW ADDRESS; j NEXT EQUITABLE BUILDING. j t

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PRESS IS A POWERFUL ORGAN FOR GOOD OR EVIL. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

THE PRESS IS A POWERFUL ORGAN POR GOOD OR EVIL. (to the editor op the catholic press.) Sir, — I am glad to see that your leading article, ' A Deplorable State' which appeared in your issue of February 8, has brought out some good practical letters from both priests and laymen on the pressing necessity there is, in this age of religious indifference, to encourage by every means m our power the circulation of sound Catholic literature amongst the people. No one, so far, has con tradicted my statement that there will be found at least twenty -five per cent, of the Catholics in New South Wales who do not go to Confes sion within the year, who do not receive their Pascal Communion at Easter, and who habitu ally neglect Mass except on Christmas Day or Easter Sunday, when they go, not through devotion or any supernatural motive, but rather to keep up appearances with the people and to avoid the suspicion of having lost the faith. I do not mean to say that such people have left the Church a...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

N.S.W. FRESH FOOD & ICE CO., LTD.. — , ^The COUNTRY MILK TRADE. The CREAMERY SYSTEM OI1^ _r PiotSS* of \ ^e FACTORY SYSTEM OE BUTTER- BUTTER-MAKING (which has done / /ggj FlOJ^LOf1 MAKING (which has done so much more). t^S?. *** 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. 'OQlQPtiuilbllUMOMUUOCOOOOPPIlOUUOUBOOUUUUOUUIUlllUMBIIlPIIUftOMlflttrtHffliM W tte City Depots (Retataent) { ; ; % ^a/Tmc/™ '. \ f« mmm «? Note. — Arrangements may be made at either of these Depots for Afternoon Teas for Private Parties. P*~THE FISH SHOP AT 135 KING STREET IS ONE OF THE BEST 1 THE WORLD.^W SEND ORDERS TO THE 'HEAD OFFICE/1 25 HARBOUR STREET—THEY WILL EECEIVE PEOMPT ATTENTION. AGENTS EVERYWHERE. H. PATESO1M, MANAGER. -[PARKER'S AUSTRALIAN HAIR PRESERVER ft? ? . ^'^MAWi $ ' 'I O A MARVELLOUS REMEDY for the Hair and Sca...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ST. PATRICK'S DAY CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

ST. PATRICK'S DA.Y CELEBRA TION, j ? * ? i A meeting of the committee was held at St. ; Mary's Presbytery on Tuesday night, the 25th I inst.; His Eminence Cardinal Moran in the j chair. The minutes of the last meeting were ! read and confirmed. The names of Sir Patrick ; Jennings, J. Blakeney, J. F. Perrin, M. J. Moroney (of Newcastle), and Mr. De Courcy were added to the Executive Committee, and Mr. De Courcy and Mr, Moroney were added to the Sports Committee. Amongst those present were the Eight Rev. Dr. Biggins, Sir Patrick Jennings, Hon. J. T. Toohey, Hon. T. Dalton, Dr. Warren, Dr. Odillo Maher, Messrs, T. M. Slattery, P. Sheridan, T. H. Hassal, M.P.j L. Foley, P. E. Larkin, J. F. Perrin, M. Cherry, Morrissey ; lievs. P. A. Slattery, O.S.F.; J. P. Moynagli, and Messrs. J. Killigretv, E. Moore, W. llogan, M. Cody, John Sheehy, H. D. Williams, J. Keogh, J. P. Dorahy, T. j. McCabe, J. H. De Courcey, and T. M. Malone. The name of Mr. P. J. Dorahy was added as representing the Irish...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOOD ADVICE. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

GOOD ADVICE. (to the editor of the catholic press.) Sir, — 'An Australian Catholic' wrote you a letter last week which I would like to ask all your friends to read a second time, with their notebooks by them. There is a fine, healthy, manly, Catholic ring in every sentence of it that is quite refreshing. I have heard it said that the Australian-raised Catholic can never be compared with the imported article. I set this down as another miserable specimen of the freetrade fallacies, and point to ' Austra lian Catholic 'as a living refutation of any such idea. I hope we shall see ' Australian Catholic's ' pen soon again in your paper. But, Mr. Editor, your space is valuable, and your time has its limits. The special purpose for which I refer to your correspon dent's letter is because, incidentally, he touched a matter of great importance to the spread of a national newspaper — the influence, namely, of our benefit societies. . I know a little of these societies, and feel sure that they...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRESENTATION TO THE REV. FATHER BUNBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

PRESENTATION TO THE REV.i FATHER BUNBURY. A meeting- of a very interesting character j took place at St. Francis' Hall, Haymarket, on j Wednesday, the 19th inst., when the Children \ of Mary took occasion to present their late I Rev. Director, Father Bunbury, with a neatly worded address and souvenir in recognition of the paternal solicitude and untiring zeal which he displayed in their behalf while attached to St. Francis' district. The address was read by Miss Doherty ; and Miss MacNamara having presented the souvenir, Father Bunbury thanked them in his usual happy style. He referred to the zeal and earnestness displayed by them in every good work connected with the parish, and assured them that whatever success attended his efforts was mainly due to their unselfish and whole-hearted co-operation. In conclusion, he again thanked them for this expression of their gratitude and esteem, which would ever serve to remind him of the devotedness of the St. Francis' Children of Mary. Fath...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ST. PATRICK'S DAY CELEBRATION.—IRISH DANCING. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

THE ST. PATRICK'S DAY CELEBRA TION—IRISH DANCING-. (to the editor of the catholic press.) Sir, — As a member of last year's St. Patrick's Sports Committee, I consider it only due to my fellow-workers in that cause to con tradict in the most emphatic manner the state ment made in your issue of 23rd inst. under the now.' de-plume or* ' Sitrup.' ' Sitrup's ' words are ' For the past sixteen years I have made a practice to attend picnics and also St. Patrick's Day Sports since they have been held there, and the most I have ever seen given at either picnic or Botany was the paltry sum of £1. May I ask ' Sitrup ' was he there last year, not to go further back ? As he takes such an interest in Irish dancing, I beg to inform him that no later than last year a prize was given that considerably exceeded the paltry suin of e81, 'The History of the Catholic i , - Church in Australia,' by His Eminence Car- M dinal Moran, costing between £2 and £3, at Bj any rate, was presented by Dr. Flynn to th...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOUNT CARMEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

MOUNT CARMEL (teom a coebespondent.) ; Typhoid feyer. has been prevalent in portions of this district for some weeks, and up to the . present great anxiety was felt regarding the ', spread of the epidemic. The medical staff left nothing undone to check the progress of the fever, and at the earliest stage strongly urged the necessity in the affected localities of a more efficient system of sewerage. Although attention has frequently been called to this matter, the authorities showed no desire to take action until developments of an alarming character presented themselves, and then the scales seemed to fall from their eyes, and machinery was put in motion to have a long felt want supplied to residents of Beaconsfield and the Zetland Estate. It is very regrettable, to put it mildly, that those responsible should show such apathy and indifference in matters affecting the vital interests of no small number of the community, and only awaken to a sense ' of their duty when innocent lives h...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ST. PATRICK'S DAY CELEBRATION. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

ST. PATRICK'S DAY CELEBRATION. (TO THE EDITOll 01? THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) Sir, — In the beginning of his last letter Dr. Kearney promises to overlook mine in silence, and yet he afterwards devotes to it two para graphs surcharged with boyish desperation. I have read his letter once, and a part of it twice, in a fruitless search of facts to sustain the amusing and eccentric position which he has taken up. All I hoped was that the doctor's prescriptions were sounder than his logic. He ??'? ?-»??? .. -i- ?-? ''hwp— ^^????- ? ? '?? ? ???' — ? grumbles at my severity towards him, while he himself, out of peevish resentment at his de feat, has mean recourse to personalities against Dr. MacCarthy. Major Ferris implies that I would not have so severely castigated Dr. Kearney if I had known that he was not a Protestant, as if Pro testants, and not the absurd statements of im pertinent individuals, were subjects for con tempt. He undertakes to be the charity sponsor of this doctor, as also the ...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

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Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
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DR. KEARNEY AND HIS ARGUMENTS. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

DB. KEARNEY AND HIS ARGUMENTS. (to the editor of the catholic press.) Sir, — It Dr. Kearney really thinks I am not to be taken seriously in what I say, why has he deigned to reply ? His wild effort to revolu tionise our misguided opinions on the St. Patrick's Day celebration will not be aided by his very unargumentative production. Instead of confining himself to St. Patrick and his festival, he impotently rushes at me and my affairs. The fact is my letter haB been far too serious for Dr. Kearney. It has been read by him with jaundiced eyes, and has disturbed his equanimity. His only remaining argument is a sorry one, viz., that the persons comprising that 'large, distinguished, influential, and representative' gathering at the Hotel Aus tralia did not know their own minds, or, if they did, were afraid to speak out. It is, indeed, to use his own words, ' a matter of extreme regret ' that he was not present to arouse these torpid and weak-minded, though distinguished and representati...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

NOTES AND COMMENTS. At a meeting of the Commercial Travellers' Association on last Saturday night, Major General Hutton was in attendance, and, as he is about leaving the colony, his presence evoked considerable enthusiasm. The Major General was at the summit, on the occasion, of his colonial martial glory. He had earlier in the day announced that he had freed the artillery forces of the colony from politi cal and ' petticoat ' influence, and the strain of his speech reached the lofty pitch of Coriolanus' 'AhouE I did it, boy!' His silent victory over petticoats made him feel like Wellington after Waterloo. Who will sneer at women's pretensions after that, or dare to maintain that they are not to be entrusted with a vote in the public affairs of the land ? When to conquer them has been a ' glorious victory,' they must have some courage, mind, and influence ! Crowned with immortal laurels, and standing for evermore beside England's great heroes, he naturally felt inclined to elevate ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

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Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HIBERNIAN A.C.B. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

HIBERNIAN A.C.B. SOCIETY. The 32nd half-yearly meeting of the Sydney district board of the Hibernian Australasian Catholic Benefit Society was held at the Guild Hall, Oastlereagh-street, on Thursday last. The district officers in attendance were as follow : — District president, Bro. P. O'Lough Jin; district vice-president, nro. J. ii.imgrew ; district past president, Bro. John Toohev ; district secretary, Bro. J. Dwyer; district treasurer, Bro. W. Hogan ; district trustees, Bros. W. M. Pox, E. Moore, P. Stapleton ; and there were delegates present representing branches meeting at the following places in the city : St. Benedict's, 3 delegates ; St. Francis' (Haymarket), 2; Sacred Heart (Darlinghurst), 2; St. Peter's (Surry Hills), 2; St. Patrick's (Church Hill), St. Francis Xavier's (Ultimo), and branches meeting in the undermentioned places were also represented, viz., Petersham, Newtown, Eedfern, Waverley, Balmain, North Sydney, Rock dale, Hunter's Hill, 'Wagga Wagga, Orange, Newc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

A. t 1 G2.f' f*i^l lio-n \A 1 -ftt tC^I T^t~-r\ \7ir1^nfr ^^/-^o--i &--t \) Is TlrE Oldest and Most Prosperous Life Assur Austraiian lviuxutai i^roviaent c^ociery ANCE SopiETY m THE AusTBALASIAN colons. INVESTED FUNDS, TWELVE AND A HALF MILLIONS STERLING. - - ANNUAL INCOME EXCEEDS TWO MILLIONS. The Australian Mutual Provident Society is the Only Australasian Life Office which Declares A BONUS EVERY YEAB. Amount divided for 1894 (after making unusually large reserves) was ,£428,021. Directors: The Hon. SIR J.P.ABBOTT, K.C.M.G.,M.L. A., Chairman j J. R. HILL, Esq., Deputy-Chairman; JOSEPH ABBOTT, Esq.; A. W. MEEKS, Esq., J.P. ; THOMAS LITTLE JOHN, Esq.; J. T. WALKER, Esq.; and ROBERT J. KING, Esq. . General Manager and Actuary— RICHARD TEECE, F.IA., F.F.A., F.S.S. Head Office, 87 Pitt Street, Sydney. ROBERT B. CAMERON, Secretary. FINN BROTHERS, EDUCATIONAL AND GATNOLIC BOOKSELLERS, MERCANTILE AND GENERAL PRINTERS. SCHOOL BOOKS and STATIONERY. Peinted to Ordeb. Incense Charcoal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

GREAT DISTEIBTTTION 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, M,4-20. Fourth Prize, o64,080. Fifth Prize, JS2,800. Sixth Prize, «81,450. Seventh Prize, .£1,350. SEE PROSPECTUS for Detailed Particulars of Properties. For Shares and Information apply to — P. M. LISSON, Hobart, Tasmania ; or to W. J. LISSON, Post-office 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 DE...

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RESERVED DECISION OF THE LAND COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

RESERVED DECISION OP THE 1 LAND COURT. 1 ? 4 ? . . ' I The Land Appeal Court sitting at Darling hurst delivered its reserved decision in the case of * John Moonan's appeal against the Local Land Board's appraised value of his con ditional purchase No. 93-26, Burrowa. The case was argued on the 5th instant by the appellant's agent, Mr. James Carroll. Mr. bimpson, tor the Crown, opposed the appeal. I It appears Moonan had selected the land at I £3 per acre without seeing it. It was then part of a special area. When the Act of 1895 came into operation he decided to avail him self of the provision of the 36th section, and applied for an appraisement by the Local Land Board at Gbulburn. Against the Board's ap praised value he appealed to the Land Appeal Court. The Court sustained the appeal, ordered the deposit to be refunded, and fixed the price of portion No. 288 at £2 10s. per acre, and that I of portion 2S9 at £2 6s. per acre, I

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AT HOME AND ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

AT HOME AND ABROAD. The London correspondent of the Daily Tele graph appears to have been misled by the Times as to the manner in which Mr. Michael Davitt on his return last month to Ireland spoke of the situation in the Transvaal and the United States. The Times necessarily perverts the meaning of Mr. Davitt's words, and must be permitted to do so. No fair-minded man will be influenced by the interpretations made by an organ which, notwithstanding the disgrace so incurred by it in the past, continues to act in the spirit that led to the publication of ' Parnellism and Crime.' Mr. Davitt dis tinctly stated that he looked upon the existing condition of things, not as reflecting adversely on the English nation, or to be taken a hostile advantage of by Ireland, but as arising from the blundering of Lord Salisbury and the sordid interests of dishonest companies. Mr. Davitt plainly disclaimed all intention of using threats — but that is a fact that our contempor ary's correspondent, no d...

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SOCIAL MEETING OF THE H.A.C.B.S. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

SOCIAL MEETING OF THE ' H«AkC«B«Sx A luncheon was given at Ellis' Coffee Palace on Tuesday, the occasion being the annual meeting. of the Society. The chair was occu pied by Bro. O'Loughlin, the president. When full justice had been done to the good things provided, the President proposed the toast of the Visitors, coupling with it the names of the Hon. .1). O'Connoi*, who had always been so ready to assist the Society with his eloquence j Mr. Blakeney, of the Freeman' 's Journal, whose paper had done them so much valuable ser vice; Mr. J. P. Perrin, of The Catholic Press, to whom he bade a welcome ; and Mr. James Donovan, of the Freeman) 's Journal, who needed no words of his to introduce him to the company. Mr. O'Connor, in returning thanks, said that he felt very comfortable and pleasant in being present among them. He always felt a sense of pleasure in receiving their invitations. He had, one complaint to make ; they asked him to speak, and they did not tell him what to say. The...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

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