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SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

SWIMMING. A ploasant aftbrnoon was Bpent at tho Elkington Park .Baths, Whitohorse Point, Ualniain, on Satur day, under the auspices of tho Balmain Swimming Club. Tho 250yds Club Handicap was won by W. Bishop, P. Murphy and A. Phillips being second and third. M'.. Gordon' won tho GOyda. In fcor-(Jl lib Handi cap from H. Young. Balmain pulled olt tho water polo competition.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A.H.C. GUILD. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

A.H.O. GUILD. ▼ ? A meeting- of the members of St. Benedict's branch of the above was held in the schoolroom on Sunday, February 16 ; the warden in the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting having been read and adopted, the secretary (Win. Biddle) read the half-yearly report and balance-sheet, which showed the branch had made steady progress, having cleared the sum of £80 5s. 3d. The amount paid away lor sick allowance was £68 6s. ; doctors and medi cine, £86 18s. ; capita tax to mortuary fund, £32 2s. Two brothers and the wife of one died during the half-year. The election of officers resulted as follows :— Councillors, lit. Chinchen and M. O'Connell ; judicial com mittee, F. Moran, F. It. Hanrahan, and John Moloney ; auditors, Thomas Coffey and Patrick J. Vaughan (re-elected) ; delegates to general council, John W. Flanagan and James O'Connor ; delegates to the medical board, James O'Connor and Jeremiah Dwyer; sick visitors, John Brown, John Cassidy, Thos. O'Connell, and J. P...

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

1 ? SHIPPING. ? _____ PENINSULAR AND ORIENTAL S.N. COMPANY. The Royal Mail Steamships of the above Company 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, Touching at the usual intermediate ports en route. oi f ? Leave ? \ Steamer. 9 Commander. &„,,„„, Mel- Ade H Sydney. bourne Mde- 1896. 1896. 1896. ?Ballaarot ... 4872 T. S. Angus ... Feb. 29 Mar. 7 Mar. 11 Bomo ? 5545 A. B. Danioll . Mar. 14 Mar. 21 Mar. 25 ?Valotta ? 5018 G.W. Atkinson Mar. 28 Apl. 4 Apl. 8 And thenceforward every alternate week. *Taking passengers for Venice. Calling at Hobart. RATES OF PASSAGE MONEY TO LONDON; First Saloon ? .£60 to £70. Second Saloon ? ,£35, .£87, .£40 Return Tickets ? .£65 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. , ? I. M. SHIELDS, Acting Agent. r\RIENT LINE OF ROYAL MAIL STEAM...

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

ORIENT CLOTHING GIVES UNIVERSAL SATISFACTION, AND IS UNEQUALLED FOR TIT, STYLE, AND WEAE. All Garments are Cut from the Best Models, and the Materials Thoroughly Shrunk. The OBIENT CLOTHING is in All Textures suitable for BUSINESS BIDING OFFICE PICNICKING PROMENADE SPORT BUSH TRAVELLING And EVENING WEAE. First Quality Men's Suits ... ... ... ... 40s. Extra Quality Men's Suits ? 45s. Special Quality Men's Suits ... .., ... ... 50s. OUR CELEBRATED ORIENT MAKE OF OLERIOAL OLOTHINQ IS ACKNOWLEDGED THE BEST KEADY-MA.DE CLOTHING PEOCUEABLE. 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 JONESTND COMPANY, GEOEGE AND BAERACK STEEETS, SYDNEY. ST. MAEY'S COLLEGE, Higli-Cla&& Boarding School for Young Ladiee, ROSEBANK, FIVE DOCK, SYDNEY. Under the Patronage of His Emlnonoo tho Oardinal-Arohblshop and Bight Boy. J. Hlggins, D.D., Auxiliary Bishop of Bydniy. Cond...

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

OSCAR WAHLBERG, MEMBER SYDNEY STOCK EXCHANGE, STOCK AND SHARE BROKER, 25 Hunter, Street, Sydney. ALL Communications promptly attended to. Latest quotations from the Colonies supplied. Exchange quotations forwarded three times daily.

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

? I A FEBETJAEY FLUTTER, THAT'S ALL. MAEK FOY'S huge stock of always bright and fresh goods have been reduced, and WITHOUT A FAIR. | The Bargains that have been procured I and kept aside are now being Sold at even j Less than I FA IE PEICES. i And it goes without saying, Ladies who ! have ever visited MAEK FOY'S AEE ! SUEE TO COME. ! Those who have never been to MAEK FOY'S, Please Come Now, as I FIEST IMPRESSIONS | AEE BEST. ! PLEASE EEMEMBEE ! MAEK FOY'S Renowned Fair is NOT ON, | but still great lots of wonderfully cheap and jj pretty goods will be sold during February. | Those in the country should send at | ONCE. ! j ? ~ ? l I ? ! THE i VEEY | PLACE ! MARK FOY'S ! LET'S GO. 1 i ? L. ? , I I I Floral Decorations, Beautiful Pot | Plants and Cut Flowers, Wreaths, Crosses, and other Floral Designs, PEARCE BROS.. 107 KING STREET and 31 SYDNEY ARCADE. Telephone 1259. BEAUTIFUL ELOWBES FOR WREATHS, CROSSES and all FLORAL EMBLEMS. SBARL'8 |J AEE THE LEADING FLORISTS. i 109 KING STREET, ...

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

POTOSI HAIR DRESSING SALOON, 68O and 682 GEORGE STREET. 1O HC-A.IDROTJTTE.-RS. SHAVING, 3d.; HAIRCUTT1NG, 6d. ; SINGEING (Specially Recommended for Weak Hair), 6d. IIOY8' IIAIIKCITTTI'JVG A. SPIJCIAMTY. Schools and Institutions waited on at Reduced Price. The Clergy waited on at their Private Residence at any time by ringing up Telephone 1198. RAZORS GROUND AND SET. We are the BEST RAZOR SETTERS in New South Wales, and understand the kind of edge required to ensure an Easy Shave. Let us have them to fix up for you. Receipt given for every Razor. liAWKfcW.— Send us your SCISSORS to be ground. We will make them Cut Beautifully. Large or Small, One Price— 6d. CRAIG AND AITKKN, 680-2 George Street, Sydney.

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LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

LAWN TENNIS. Melroso and Waverloy played an interesting g.'inio on Saturday, the latter club winning1 by four games. The Araluon Club, Harris Park, dofeatod Boecroft on Saturday by 40 games to 32.

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

FREETRADE. Lowest Cash Prices. hnmtikmri Boys' and Men's JfeSiglSi^^NL MERCERS, HATTERS, [AUSTRAL CLOTH IIERS,MERCERS,HATTERS,&cl nilTFITTCDQ tn f'~'~'^pli|S||l^^^§^ T INVITE INSPECTION ? JvtnM i| pg ^If-rar-crf^^ NFW ANF1 FYTFNRIVF _;---__;-? - - ? ^.. ? npf rf — ? I fill ? A.' /TO—— ^-~-^^-- 'L-r-V — {£& * * *' ' ' ? fill h^ Imm #1 I km I 1 V^ I 1 ?'? ^^^pteSEife^^^3 PREMISES. Opposite Main Entrance of New Markets.

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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

BOWLS. St. Leonards on Saturday defeated Nowtown by 3 points. The final in the Pennant competition will therefore be fought out between the formor club and the city. The Newcastle Club defeated a team from Rand wick on Saturday by 98 points to 74. Waverley secured a win from Brighton by 29 points.

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BERTHA; OR, THE POPE AND THE EMPEROR AN HISTORICAL TALE. CHAPTER VIII.—(Continued). THE CAPTIVE AND THE JAILER. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

BERTHA; OR, THE POPE AND THE EMPEROR AN HISTORICAL TALE. BY WILLIAM BERNARD MACCABE. CHAPTER VIIL— (Continued). THE CAPTIVE AND THE JAILER. Beatrice, dismayed with the intelligence she had received, and learning, it might be said, for the first time, what wickedness there is in this world, how powerful is sin, and how weak is virtue, sat confounded with horror, as Gretchon decorated her person, and removed, as well as she could, the outward traces of that grief which had for so many hours oppressed her heart, and that still festered there. ' And now, lady/.' said Gretchen, when she had completed her task, ' whenever the false sister Adelaide returns, she will suppose that I have employed all my time in attending upon you. I know not how soon I may be required to depart. Is there any message that you would desire to send to the Countess and Magnus p' ' Yes — my thanks — my tearful, grateful thanks to both — and the request, that if it be possible, information may be sent to my mother...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

CORRESPONDENCE. 'We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.]

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

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VICTORIA v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

VICTORIA v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Melbourne, Monday. The intercolonial cricket match between Victoria and South Australia was commenced to-day, and resulted in a win for South Australia by ten wickets. The weather throughout was most unsatisfactory, and on that account the match cannot be considered as forming a guide as to the respective merits of the teams. Griffon won the toss on Friday, and sent the Vic torians in on a bowler's wicket. Jones and Giffen proved destructive, and the innings closed for Ib5 runs, Laver scoring 50. The South Australians com menced their innings, and at the close of the clay's play had totalled 134 for four wickets. On Satur day morning heavy rain fell, and the match was not continued until past four o'clock. There was time enough, however, to dispose of the South Austra lians, who brought their total to 199, Reedman being unfortunately run out after he had secured 60. It being still a few minutes to six o'clock, the Vic torians commenced their second innin...

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

INSIST on Getting the John Bull Brand. Thousands are now Drinking it. 'The Daddv — Tmree Qualities. T * ^f Sold by all PACKED I/H / J^|l f (yui'u d )LB and 1/2 LB Packets / J^ Yff c nrt£^ -5 Also in /^f %-3 -g)T^ n I R 'T'i /si q / W v_Jaf ^^ LiU III T'w J^a wTSa Should your Grocer try to palm off other Brands, send to us. 'We will tell you where you can get it. (LIMITED), Wholesale Proprietors, 172 CLARENCE STREET,

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

CRICKET. On Saturday at, Wentworth Park, the Glebe, as had been anticipated, secured an easy win from South Sydney by an innings and 47 runs. In the second innings, however, the South Sydneyites played with four men short, and only succeeded in putting up the small score of 55. The University were defeated by Central Cumber land on the first innings by 94 runs. F. Iredale made 124 out of the 245 runs secured by Central Cumberland, this being his third century during the present season. There was a moderate attendance at North Sydney Oval on Saturday to witness the finish of the match North Sydney v. Paddington. The local men de clared their innings closed with the score at 274 for seven wickets, and at half-past three Paddington commenced their innings. When the stumps were drawn the score stood at 224 for six wickets, the game resulting in a draw. Waverley secured a win from Bast Sydney by 2 runs, but the latter played without Turner and , Currie. Eady scored 135, not out, at Hobar...

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THE CATHOLIC PRESS NEWSPAPER COMPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

THE CATHOLIC PRESS NEWS PAPER COMPANY, LIMITED. A meeting of the shareholders in this company was held in the Oddfellows' Hall, Oastlereagh street, on Monday forenoon. The following shareholders were present: — The Very Rev. Dr. Carroll, V.G-., the Kev. Fathers Timoney, ? Moynagh, Bunbury, Battle, Dunne, Briody, Oollender, Ryan, Ooonan, Whyte, Hayden, O'Driscoll, Malone, O'Oallaghan, Collins and Phelan, and Messrs.F.B.Freehil^J.Fitzpatrick, A. Barlow, L. Solomon and others. A balance sheet of the past quarter was read, showing a very satisfactory ? state of business and giving promise of a successful future. Resolutions of congratulation, in which -also The Catholic Pbess was strongly recommended to the support of the Catholic ?clergy and laity, and the determination of the meetiDg to work energetically in its interests expressed, were unanimously carried. Mr. F. B. Freehill, who filled, the chair, explained to the meeting the position of the company, reviewing the objects with whic...

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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

CYCLING. Payne won the half-mile handicap at Adelaide on Saturday. Parsons pulled off the first-class handicap and subsequently broke the one-mile record, doing the distance in 2inin. 3sec. The Maitland branch of the Now South Wales League of Wheelmen hold a racing carnival on Easter Saturday and Monday. .£73 will be offered in prize money. The cyclists and harriers held a combined meeting on the Agricultural Ground on Saturday. The attendance was poor, but the racing on the whole was very good. H. Sargent won the 'Rodforn Bicycle Club's One Milo Roadster Handicap, and R. K. Hunson carried off the Crusaders' One-Mile Handicap. Hamilton passed the post first in the N.S.W. Cyclists' Union Half -Mile, Henson being second, and Sargent third. A. Flanders won the eight-mile road race at Tam worth on Saturday, B. Lewis being second.

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CHURCH OF OUR LADY OF THE SACRED HEART, RANDWICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

CHURCH OF OUR LADY OFTHE SACRED HEART, RANDWICK. ? ^ ? TnE beautiful sanctuary of the Church of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart at Band wick, which contains the most artistic marble altar in Aus tralia, the pious gift of Mrs. Esmay Farrell, has just been decorated in a very devotional manner through the generosity of Mr. and Mrs. Yalentine Heaton, who have done so much to enrich their parish church. The central motif of the design is an almost life-size figure of the Sacred Heart on a back ground of golden rays, enclosed in a vesica (the emblem of the Blessed Virgin) of sweet cherubims. On either side is an adoring angel in a kneel ing posture, holding, one a crown of thorns, and the other a chalice, offering their silent prayer to the Almighty. Above each figure is a scroll with the word ' Sanctus ' written thereon. The figures are enclosed in a triple traceried canopy, with ' A ' and ' O ' in the side gablets on a gold-emblazoned background. In the spaces between the crockets are the...

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AQUATICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

AQUATICS. Mr. W. H. Golding's Yvonne won the Sydney Flying Scfuadron Handicap on Saturday. Cygnet was second, defeating Secret by 13sec. The Prince Alfred Yacht Club hold a handicap race for yachts five-rating and under on Saturday. The starters were Lahloo, Herreshoff, and Norna. The former, the property of Mr. W. H. Murrell, came home a winner by 18min. 30sec. from Norna. Rani won the prize presented by Mr. J. W. Euton at the North Sydney Sailing Club race on Saturday, A.da May being a good second. The Archina, owned by Mr. W. B. Dalley, returned from Melbourne last week after an absence of four months. She left for the Victorian capital in October last to take part in the reception to Lord Brassey, but, owing to the heavy weather, did not reach Melbourne until November 4. Captain Dudley reports having met with high seas on the way round on Saturday, and used oil with very successful results. Stanbury is training on the Parramatta for the coming race with Harding on the Thames (En...

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