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

ST. JOSEPH'S CONVENT, WINDSOR. HIGH-CLASS BOARDING SCHOOL FOlt YOUNG LADIES. The Curriculum includos all tho Ordinary School Subjects, and Pupils are prepared for University Examinations. Resident Pupils receive every attention. 'For- ProspoctuB apply to THE SUPERIORESS. ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF N.S.W. GREAT EXHIBITION, Easter Week. Under the Patronage and in the Presence of the GOVERNORS OF THE AUSTRALIAN COLONIES. £300 in National Prizes Offered by tho Government of New South Wales. £2,000 in Prizes Offered by the Sooioty. Entries close Monday, 2nd march, isog. * Prize schedules, ontry forms, and all information from F. WEBSTER, Secretary, Tattersall's Buildings, Hunter-street, Sydney. JS'.B, — Please make your entries early, INDIA AND CHINA TEA WAREHOUSE. P. J. DORAHY, GROCER, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT, 217 William St., Darlingliurst. Special attention given to the selection and blending of Teas. The best brands of Ales, Spirits, Stout and Wines stocked. RYAN'S FAMILY HOTEL, ...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE IRISH RIFLE CORPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

THE IRISH RIFLE CORPS. ? A ceowded meeting for the enrolment of men desirous of becoming members of the Irish Eifle Corps was held in the Town Hall on Monday evening, Mr. W. McMillan, M.P., taking the chair. Eecognition was also made of the services rendered to the colony during his term of command by Major-Q-eneral Hutton. There were present on the platform Major-General Hutton, Sir Patrick Jennings, Very Bev. Dr. O'Haran, Colonel Mackenzie, A.A.Gh; Colonel 'Waddell, Brevet- Colonel Strong, Lieutenant Christian, A.D.C.; Messrs. Dalton and Toohey, Ms.L.C; T. M. Slattery, J. P. Garvan, P. B. Freehill, and J. L. Mullins. An apology for unavoidable absence was received from Mr. K. E. O'Connor, M.L.C. The Chairman said it gave him great pleasure to take the chair on this occasion. He con gratulated those who had started this move ment on this magnificent demonstration. He had now no fear for the success of the move ment. They were present, however, not for the purpose of speech-making, ...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTS AND PASTIMES. SPECIAL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

SPORTS AND PASTIMES. . ? + ? SPECIAL NOTICE. [Items intended for the ' 8ports and Pastimes' column should, to prevent delay and disappointment, reach this office not later than Tuesday evening in each week.']

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

A. II. BARCL4V, Mining Agent (Member of the N.S.W. Stock Exchange) 5 Member of the Coolgarclie Stock Exchange), offices : 19 POST OFFICE CHAMBERS, PITT STREET, SY.DNKY, N.S.W. BA.YLEY STREET, COOLGAK.DIJ3, W.A. Mining and Financial Companies Moatei and Managed. Every Description of Mining Machinery supplied and erected on claims for an interest iti same. SUNLIGHT SOAP. Four Quarterly Competitions, ? ENDING ? JUNE 1st, SEPT. 1st, DEO. 1st, 1896, & MARCH 1st, 1897. OVER 75O FRIZES Of Watches, Carvers, Pictures, and Books, Value over £500. COMPETITORS to savo as many Sunlight Soap Wrappers as they can collect, cut off the top portion of each wrapper containing the heading ' Sunlight Soap.' 'Those, called the Coupons, are to bo sent postage paid to LEVER BROS., Ltd., 232 Clarence-street, Sydney. The following prizes will be given to those sending the largest number of Coupons each quarter, but all competitors who send in 26 Coupons will receive a prize in proportion to the numbe...

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

A CATHOLIC TRUTH SOCIETY. (to the editor op the catholic press.) Sir, — The subject of supplying Catholic literature, especially the Catholic newspaper, to our people as a powerful means of education and a safeguard against the dangers of infidel and immoral literature, deservedly received great prominence in the late issues of your journal. And I rejoice to see the clergy take the matter up so warmly. Who are so well qualified to treat the question of religious edu cation, the means of advancing the Catholic religion, as the clergy ? Their primary con cern is the teaching of G-od's Word, the ad vancement of G-od's Church. You may find educated and devout Catholic laymen who give but little of their time and attention to the great question of religious progress. Their business is in the world, and thus time and attention seem sufficiently engaged in secular pursuits. The business of the clergy, they say, is in the Church, is to teach religion and to study its interests. No doubt the...

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

SHALL WE SECULARISE ST. PATRICK'S DAY P (to the editor op the catholic press.) Sir, — Allow me to publicly protest against the action of a Sydney paper, claiming to be Catholic, in recently publishing a letter over the signature of Dr. Kearney, in which the mischievous arguments and false, dangerous principles that were used so effectively by the enemies of religion in this colony to establish a system of godless education were again feebly re-echoed to induce our Catholics to make an act of public apostasy on the next 17th of March, and another letter, over the signature of the same gentleman, making a brutally personal attack on Dr. MacCarthy because he is not prepared to stand beside him on the platform of indifferentism from which he is preaching the doctrines of modern liber ality and enlightenment to us poor, ignorant Catholics, who yet believe that our first duty is to our G-od and to our faith, and that if its earnest fulfilment gives offence to any of our non- Catholic citi...

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

A PROPOSAL. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) Slit, — In looking over the last issue of your valuable paper, I notice that the managing committee of the St. Patrick's night concert have decided that the prices of admission be fixed at 2s. and Is. Now, as there are a large number of people who, through living in the suburbs or from various other reasons may be prevented from reaching the Town Hall till nearly eight o'clock, but who, nevertheless, do not like the uncertainty of obtaining a good seat at that hour, I would venture to suggest that the committee make it possible for such to reserve their seats at, say 3s., a charge which I am sure none would object to in consideration of the comfort it would ensure. This arrange ment would also, I think, bo largely availed of by many others who would prefer to remain away altogether rather than risk the crush or other inconvenience necessary to secure a good seat in case there was no reserve. Thanking you in anticipation for bringing...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VERY REVEREND FATHERS AND DEARLY BELOVED IN CHRIST,— [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

Very Reverend Fathers and Dearly Beloved in Christ. — Entering on the Lenten season it is usual for the pastors to address some words of exhortation or in struction to those who are entrusted to their spiritual care. ^ I purpose to set before you on the present occasion a few reflections on the priceless gift of infallible authority to teach divine truth, which was given by the Redeemer to Holy Church. Through this singular privilege, conferred on her by our Blessed Lord, the Church teaching in His name is commissioned to perpetuate throughout all time the lessons of Heavenly wisdom which He imparted to His Apostles, and to hand on from generation to generation, untainted and unchanged, the manifold blessings of Redemption. It is not in any spirit of controversy that these remarks are made, but the consideration of this great truth should stimulate all the faithful children of the Church to praise the Most High for the ineffable mercy He has shown them, and to offer to Him the heart...

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

ESTABLISHED 1848. F.CUMMIN61W1E&CO. MANUFACTURING STATIONERS, flGGOHNiP BOO^ fflANUPAGiPUf?BF?S LITHOGRAPHIC & LETTERPRESS PRINTERS, £av\? 4» Gommerc*a^ Stationers 146 PITT STREET, TELEPHONE 1366. SYDNEY. PASTORAL LETTER OF HIS EMINENCE THE CARDINAL ARCHBISHOP OF SYDNEY TO THE CLERGY AND FAITHFUL OF THE DIOCESE ON THE INFALLIBLE AUTHORITY OF THE CHURCH.

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

ST. MARTHA'S INDUSTRIAL HOME. LEICHHARDT, SYDNEY. Conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph. Under the Special Patronage of His Eminenoe the Cardinal-Archbishop of Sydney. The Sisters of St. Joseph beg to inform the public in general that the above home is now in full working order, and that they are prepared to execute orders in Plain and Fancy Needlework, Dressmaking, Banners, Regalia, and Church Work of every description. Respectable Young Girls are received, as apprentices, and Lessons in Cookery are given to Young Girls out of Situation, and every care bestowed upon them. Orders for Work executed promptly and at the lowest possible charges. SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH. HOTELS, Etc. A RMIDALE. — Board and Residence (Private)* i\ Terms, 1 guinea. Reduction to Ladies or Family. Highest References. Mrs. Walsh, 'VALETTA' (Opposite Railway Station). 8T. PATRICK'S DAT CELEBRATION. PROGRAMME OF SPORTS. SINGLE STICKS.— All Comers: Prize, .£2. En trance, 2s. FOILS.— All Comers : Prize, d82. Entra...

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

STEWART DAWSON & CO.'S GREAT EMPORIUM, THE COLOSSAL & AETISTIO SHOW OF AUSTRALIA. Universally Renown; d as the Great ENGLISH CASH TRADING FIRM. IN FULL SWING UNDER THE FREETRADE BANNER OF NEW SOUTH WALES. ' Cash is the life, the crown of trade, for all that's good, for all that's made. Then, buy for cash, all who would share cheapest and best for look and wear. Its voice is loudest 'midst the throng ; its music grandest in the song j its banner highest up the hill ; its motto ' Upward, onward still.' ' The Comprehensive character, the Elegance, Variety, and Extent of Our Stocks of FINE GOLD JEWELLERY, DIAMONDS, SILVERWARE, and SPECIALTIES have never been approached. Our Establishment is a Complete Constellation of Brilliancy, and a Panorama of Artistic Show. PRICES SAVING TO EVERY PURCHASER FROM SIX TO EIGHT SHILLINGS IN THE POUND. Watches at Freetrade Prices. Our Own Make, of World-wide Repute, English throughout, Silver, £2 10s., £3, and .£3 10s., Ladies and Gents....

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

Telephone 1482. MR. CHARLES I. HARRIS, DENTIST, ST. JAMES5 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 Reduction is allowed. 3. A Duly-qualified Lady Assistant is always in attendance. The Scale of Fees, also the Methods of Saving the Teeth, as practised by Me. HAERIS, can be obtained upon application to above address.

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

PEITEEION THEATKB. Proprietor ... ... Mr. George Hill. TO-NIGHT~(SATXJRDAY) TO-NIGHT (SATURDAY) Will be produced our next Novelty, 'WANTED, A WIFE.' 'WANTED, A WIFE.' Family Circle and Gallery, One Shilling. Stalls, Two Shillings. Orchestra Stalls, Three (Shillings. Dress Circle (Reserved), Four Shillings. Plan at Nicholson's. Commence at 8. Carriages, 10,20. W. J. WILSON, Business Manager. jSikDJi JEjq. OAJq.j0dx nriHERE has been sent to this Office a sample of JL E AST E R C A R D S » by f ar the prettiest we have seen. They are gilt-edged, enamelled Cards, with a suitable inscription in gold, and a tasteful arrangement of flannel flowers and forns. As season able tokens of goodwill to friends at a distance they arc excellent ; and, as the flannel flower (which Lady Carringtoir brought into notice) is unknown in some of the colonies, the Cards will be particularly accept able there. r They are neatly encased in card-board boxes, measuring 7in. by 5in., and are offered to the publi...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
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"THE CATHOLIC PRESS." LIST OF AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

'THE CATHOLIC PKESS.' LIST OF AGENTS. CITY. George Street ? L. Gille & Co. „ (Central Arcade) ,, S. Kirby „ West .. .. McAuliffe ,, ,, .. ,, Mrs. Murray , ? G.Hill ,, ,, . . , . J. Russell Pitt Street, 366 ? J. King „ 230 ? A. Phillips Castlereagh Street , . , . , , McNaraara Liverpool Street . . . . , , Dawbins , , . . . . , . Bookstall Co. Elizabeth Street . , . . , , Fogg ,, ? Bookstall Co. „ 127 .. .. J.J.Blake ,, Haymarket ,. W.Jones ,, South ,. . , Mrs. Allan Park Street ? Bookstall Co. Erskine Street , , , . , , H. Beyer Sussex Street . . . , , , Creedon William Street ? 0. T. Anderson „ .. .. .. W.Foster Oxford Street ? Mrs. Manning -, ., . . ,. Mrs. Mooney Crown .Street ? Mrs. Shying Riley Street ? Gittins ,, 116 .. . . .. Hume Albion Street . . . . v . . Mrs. Shying Maoquarie Street ... ., ,. R.Cambridge Abercrombie Street ? Mrs. Ousack Princes Street ? Miss Condon SUBURBAN. Ultimo — Harris-st ? W. Mantle „ „ ? Calnan North. Sydney— Milson's Point R. Attewell „ Wal...

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ARCHDIOCESE OF HOBART. (Monitor, February 14) BISHOP MORAN'S SUCCESSOR [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

AECIIDIOCESE OF HOBAET. (Monitor, February 14) Several priests from the neighbouring colo nies have been paying visits to Tasmania to recruit or strengthen health in our salubrious climate. Among these are the Eev. Father Hennessy, of Albury, Fathers Fogarty (G-oul-. burn), Meredith,. O.S.A , and O'Hanlon, O.S.A.; (Bendigo). Father Fogarty, who has only just recovered from a severe attack of heat apoplexy in the G-oulburn diocese, re- '... ceived whilst attending the dying, preached an excellent, sermon in St. Mary's Cathedral on Sunday evening to a large congregation. All . the visiting priests, with His Grace the Arch bishop and Father O'Reilly, paid a visit to Port Arthur by the s.s. Tamho on Tuesday last, and, .. inspected the several beauty spots of that locality that bears a historic but unsavoury name., The Very Eev. Prior Vaughaa delivered a thrilling addnessi on Sunday evening in St. Joseph's Church to an overflowing congrega tion. He prefaced his eloquent discourse by anno...

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

AECHDIOCESE OF ADELAIDE. (Southern Oross.) It was the wish of the late Archbishop Eeynolds that his remains should rest in the grounds of the Dominican Convent at Cabra. His wishes were respected, and in a quiet corner of the Convent garden, set apart for the interment of the remains of the nuns of the order, the body of the first Archbishop of Adelaide lies. A handsome monument now marks the spot, erected by Dr. Eeynolds* old schoolfellow and life-long associate and friend, Dr. Byrne, V.GL, of Kapunda. The monu ment was erected on the second anniversary of his death. It is in the form of a chaste and beautiful Celtic cross, and bears the following inscription :— Orate pro Anitna Christopliori Augustini JPrwii Adelaidensis Arohieposeopi, qid pie obiit die XII. Junii, MDOGGXOIII. Anno cetatis suce LIX, (Pray for the soul of Christopher Augustin, first Archbishop of Adelaide, who died June 12, 1893, in the 59th year of his age.) The cross is of Kapunda marble. It stands about 7ft. hig...

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

AEOHtolOCESE OF MELBOTJENE. {Advocate.) The Bishop-designate of Dunedin has been a guest at the Palace, Eastern Hill, since the 12th inst., and on Thursday, 20th inst., His Lordship left on a -visit to the Bishop of Ballarat, A neat and simple, though substantial iron rail fence, with blue-stone foundations,, is being erected around the grounds of the Cathedral. G-ood progress has already been made with the work, and' when completed it will1 afford' an unobstructed' view of the mag nificent building, and will be in keeping with all its other external features. Heretofore it was scarcely possible to form a correct con ception of the great size of the church, work ing sheds and scaffolding impeding the view. With these removed, all the exterior architec tural features can be uninterruptedly examined, and a correct idea formed of their grandeur and beauty. ? ▲ ?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 29 February 1896

SOCIAL. Festivities are still in full swing at Hobart* A. most successful dance was recently given by Lady Fysh. There were a large number of guests present, including many well-known 'people. A dance was given about the same time by Rear- Admiral Bridge on board H.M.S. Orlando, Among the guests were the Governor and Lady Gorman ston, Sir Lambert tond the Misses Dobson. * Hib Excellency the Governor opened the third exhibition of the Berrima District Ama teur Art Society, which was held in the new hall, Moss A^ale. The Governor was accom panied by Lady Hampden and the Hon. Mar garet Brand, and attended by Mr. Campion. * Mr. and Mrs. Ramsay recently celebrated their son's twenty-first birthday at the Bays water Hotel, Rushcutter Bay. About sixty persons assembled in the hotel hall, which' was tastefully decorated with flowers and greenery, and dancing interspersed with songs was carried on with much spirit until an adjourn ment was made to the supper-room, also speci ally decorated, ...

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

OBITUARY. It is with deep regret we record the death of one of our most popular young Sydney Catho lics, Mr. Jack McMahon, who succumbed to heart disease on Saturday last, February 22. For some years Mr. McMahon was travelling agent for Messrs. Turner and Henderson, 'which position he filled with great advantage to his employers ; but it is as a fervent Catholic and a promoter of everything that is charitable and good his memory is dearest to us ; for, though he was naturally of a jovial disposition, and joined in all the pastimes and amusements available, yet he never forgot the ' one thing necessary,,' and might be seen approaching Holy Communion several times in « the week. During his -whole life he was of a delicate con stitution,, and a little while ago developed some peculiar malady, on account of which a part of the tongue had to be removed. He died at the early age of 31. Mr; McMahon was the brother of Sister M. Dominica, who is in charge of St. Mary's Girls' School. His dea...

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

REMOVAL NOTICE. NICHOLSON & CO. HAVE REMOVED FROM THE CORNER KING AND GEORGE STREETS TO THEIR NEW AND ELEGANT PREMISES, TSTEXT EQUITABLE BUILDING, GEORGE STREET. THE FINEST PIANO AND MUSIC WAREHOUSE IN THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE. NOTE THE NEW ADDRESS : NEXT EQUITABLE BUILDING'.

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