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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 March 1896

Q AriMf^Pt?^ Watches, Jewellery, ? kJA1\JL\UL^I\kJ9 Silver-plate, Cutlery, 815 and 817 GEORGE ST. (opp. Railway station), SYDNEY. i WatCh /^\ Watch $kW All fl Post j Shorfc-wind Keyless, 15/- ; extra quality, 20/ Silver Key or Keyless, Jewelled, 2/-/-. j Strong £ Silver Lever, Jewelled, 2/10/-. i Superior Keyless or Key English Lever, 3/10/-, 4/-/- ; hand-finished, 4/10/-, 6/-/-, 6// ?i 7/-/-, 8/-/-. All guaranteed. low Solid Gold Chains, Single or Double, 3/-/-, 3/10/-, 4/-/-, 4/10/-, 5// 15 c. Solid Gold, 5/10/-, 6I-I-, 6/10/-, 7/-/-, 8/-/-, 10/-/-. Pure Silver, 10/-, 12/6, 15/-, 20/-. Ladies' Short-wind Keyless, 20/-. Silver Hunting Keyless, 2/-/-, 2/10/ 3/-/-. Solid Uold Keyless, 4/-/-, 5/-/-. Superior Quality, 6/-/-, 7/-/-, 8/-/-, 10/-/-. All guaranteed. 9 c. Solid Gold Links, 15/6. 15 c. Gold Links, 32/6. Larger, 35/-. 2/-/-. Silver, 4/-, 5/-. 1 fe*. AMY ^H 9 o. Solid Gold Bar, any name, 7/6. Extra strong „ „ 10/-. 15 c. Gold „ „ 15/-. 18o. „ „ „ 20/-. Pure Silver „ „ 3/6. Lad...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
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Death of an Irish Journalist. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 March 1896

Death of an Irish Journalist. The death took place lately of Mr E. Prench O'Eerrall, a well-known London journalist, who for some years past filled, with scrupulous industry and loyalty, the post of sub-editor of the Daily Telegraph. He was born in County Longford, and was for some years connected honourably with the Irish Press. Drifting to London, he became editor of the Evening Post, and, after filling other -journalistic positions. finally took the place at which death found him. Mr. O'Ferrall was a man of considerable ability, of most conscientious industry, and gifted with a genial friendliness, which gained him general liking and esteem. He will be much regretted by a very large number of his brethren of the pen.

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
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Cheering Rumours. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 March 1896

Cheering Rumours. Cork Harbour is deriving some advantage from the activity of the current political situation. The Government is said to mean expending three-quarters of a million on the long-neglected naval dockyard at Haulbowline Island. It is proposed that war-ships seeking refuge there might promptly be repaired. As there is some money going about, it is well that ' Cork's own town ' should have the expendi ture of a trifle of it. There are rumours that one of the first rallying-places of the flying squadron is at that statio benejlda oarinis — Berehaven Bay. Thence it may go anywhere over the wide ocean.

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PUBLIC DEBATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 March 1896

PUBLIC DEBATE. ? A A vert interesting debate was held in St. Benedict's school-room on Wednesday evening, 26th ult., between St. Benedict's Debating Society and St. James' Mutual Improvement Society. The question was ' Local Option,' which was defended by Messrs. Fitzgerald, Kenery, Wren, Ryan, Becker, and Casey, of St. Benedict's, and opposed by Messrs. Duncan, Burfitt, McMahon, and Mulhall, o£ St. James', two other members of this society being n-Moxrrkirl o hi -it nitoAfit1. TVTt» TiTi r»V\TT XKTO a O in n.l TTHfl-Tl Taking it on the whole, we have seldom heard a more interesting debate, and it reflected enormous credit on the ability, industry, and courtesy of all who took part in it. Mr. Fitzgerald, in opening the debate, gave a brief but lucid explanation of the principles of Local Option, after which he proceeded to quote instances of the excellent fruits derived in some countries from this method of coping with the drink curse. He pointed out from statistics that the small m...

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LECTURE. "The Catholic Press." [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 March 1896

LECTURE. ? ^ ? 'The Catholic Press.' In the Camperdown Town Hall, on the evening of last Wednesday week, a lecture on ' The Claims of Catholic Journalism ' was delivered by the ? Kev. J. Bunbury. The Mayor of Camperdown (Mr. Thomas Larkin) occupied the chair, and there were on the platform Bev. Fathers Holland, Eyan, Heydon, Fleming ; Messrs. Garrick, Burke, etc. There was a large attendance. The lecture was very clear, and was forcibly delivered. The power of the Pi»naa nrnct ai: t»i Irin rvixr riwrulf; -iit\/vn or»d i+i xrraa JL. WOO IIIIU UVll»lJ.lgJ.V UllUlli U.WKJXA) MI.UU. 11 VV tVO shown that, as Parliaments had practically taken all administrative and legislative authority from kings, leaving them nothing to do but to attach their signature to the various measures passed, which it would be . dangerous to refuse, so, in turn, the power of Parliaments had passed to the Press, and representative Assemblies now had but to quickly carry into effect the decrees of a public opinion...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 March 1896

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THE FRENCH MAIL BOATS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 March 1896

THE FRENCH MAIL BOATS. . ? + ? Phobably three-fourths of the readers of this paper have never travelled on a French mail boat, and possibly would no more think of booking by the Messageries Mnritimes for Europe or England than they would of taking a ticket by Mr. Maxim's new flying machine. But for all that, we recommend our readers to hear us to the end and then decide for them selves as to whether the Messageries boats are not admirable in all respects. The M.M. Co., it should be said, is to France what the P. and 0. Co. is to England j and thirteen years ago, when the great French company decided to run steamers to Australia and New Caledonia, they sent out their pioneer boat, the Natal, under the command of the ever-popular Captain Didier. Two years after, a finer and much larger steamer of a new type was built, and still later the M.M. Co. deter mined to outdo every passenger steamer on the Australian route by building four great vessels of 6,500 tons each. One of the finest of...

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BERTHA; OR, THE POPE AND THE EMPEROR AN HISTORICAL TALE. BY WILLIAM BERNARD MACCABE. CHAPTER VIII.—(Continued). THE CAPTIVE AND THE JAILER. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 March 1896

BERTHA; OR, THE POPE AND THE EMPEROR AN HISTORICAL TALE. BY WILLIAM BERNARD MAGCABE. CHAPTER VIII.— (Continued). THE CAPTIVE AND THE .TAILElt. 'What is moat strange, my liege?' asked Beatrice. ' The account,' replied Henry, ' that you give me of your father. Here is a man, pos sessing unheard of wealth, engaged . in some mysterious occupation, of unknown rank, living as if he were a prince of the empire, and possessing a daughter that seems to be born to a throne, and yet that daughter knows no more of her father than that she has always lionvrl him Afiilnr) 'Rnnhnrt ! ~Ynn hn.vo rflp.nm mended me, Beatrice, to be candid. Have you,' said Henry, with his withering tone, 'practised the lesson, maiden, you would yourself so earnestly enforce?' ' I have, my liege,' said Beatrice, looking with her large, dark, truthful eyes up to the admiring countenance of the king. ' I have told you the truth — the simple truth — a truth which every enquiry you may choose to make will fully confirm.' '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 March 1896

All G^tftt Wttt^l 1\/T t 1 t't 1 PI 1 PfOVI Hpnt S^Or*1 F*f' X? Is the Oldest and Most Prosperous Life Assur Jr\ U.E3LIc3 11cail lVllllUlCil ri UV1UCUI OUUCl^ ancb Society 1N the AubtbalasiAn Colonies. 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 YEAE. 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. 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 CATHOLIC BOOKSELLERS, MERCANTILE AND GENERAL PRINTERS. SCHOOL BOOKS and STATIONERY. Peinted to Order. Incense Charcoal, Sanctuar...

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IRISH NEWS. Sir Thomas Esmonde and the Arts and Crafts Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 March 1896

IRISH NEWS. (From Contemporaries.) Sir Thomas Esmond e and the Arts and Crafts Exhibition. Sir Thomas Grattan Esmonds, Bart,, M.P., has forwarded to Dublin from Ballynastragh, Gorey, to be exhibited at the Arts and Crafts Exhibition, opening here on Tuesday next, two very fine specimens of Irish manufacture, viz., a bog-oak chair, carved and ornamented all over with old Irish designs, taken from the Book of Kells, and also a beautiful specimen of old Irish bookbinding, in the shape of the Journals of the Irish House of Lords from 1634 to 1776, in four volumes. The hon. gentleman has also sent up an old Irish potato ring of unusual form and design. These antique exhibits are sure to be regarded with much attention.

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ARMIDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 March 1896

ARMIDALE. ? + ? (prom a correspondent.) The weather in Armidale has lately been very unsettled. On Ash Wednesday two Masses were said in St. Mary's Cathedral. During Lent special services will be held ; each morning Mass will be said. On Monday and Wednesday evenings a lecture on ' The Passion ' will be delivered ; on Tuesday and Friday openings the Stations of the Cross will be followed ; while on Thursday evening there will be Holy Benediction. On Sunday morning, the 23rd, the late Mass was celebrated by the Very Rer. x/ean vj uonnor, wno, au its conclusion, preached one of his usual most instructive sermons. The choir, which would do credit to a much larger town than Armidale, certainly sang their best. They are practising some high-class music for Easter, when they intend to surprise the congregation. The Children of Mary have started a Dorcas Society in Armidale ; they meet every Saturday afternoon, when, for several hours, they work unceasingly, making clothes for the Catholic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 March 1896

ST. JOSEPH'S CONVENT, WINDSOB. HIGH-CLASS BOARDING SCHOOL row YOUNG LADIES. The Curriculum includes all the Ordinary School Subjects, and Pupils are prepared for University [Examinations. Kosident Pupils receive every attention. For Prospectus apply to THE SUPEBIORESS. ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF N.8.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 the Government of New South Wales. £2,000 in Prizes Offered by the Society. ENTRIES CLOSE MONDAY, 2nd MARCH, 1896, Prize schedules, entry forms, and all information from F. WEBSTER, Secretary, Tattorsall's Buildings, Hunter-street, Sydney. N.B. — Please make your entries early. INDIA AND CHINA TliA WAREHOUSE. P. J. B0RA.HY, GROCER, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT, 217 William St., Darlinghurst. Special attention given to the selection and blending of Teas. The best brands of Ales, Spirits, Stout and Wines stocked. ryan:s family hotel, OXFOR...

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CONCERT AT COOMA. (Local Paper.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 March 1896

CONCERT AT COOMA. (Local Paper.) The concert in aid of the Holy Cross Convent, Coo ma, took place in the School of Arts on Thursday evening last. An excellent and rather lengthy programme being prepared, the concert commenced at 8 p.m. sharp with a pianoforte overture, ' Caledonia,' by Miss Noonan, that young lady's manipulation of the instrument being a perfect treat. Song, ' All through a little bib of bacon,' a comic by Mr. Sherdy Rolfe, was very well rendered. A vocal duet, ' Sea of GHass,' by the Misses Faulkner, was very sweetly given, and gained ap^lau'e. Mr. Hunt then sang ' The Village of Rosedale,' the rendition being much appreciated. A violin solo, ' Ninth Concerto,'' by Miss Madeleine Clune, was a pleasing item. Song, ' Calvary,' by Mr. H. Randolph Beech, was an appreciable item. 'The wind apd the harp,' a vocal duet, by Miss Dodds and Miss Maggie Dodds, was capitally given, and elicited loud applause. Mr. J. Gk Fitzgerald then sang ' The fog bell,' gaining the plaudits...

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 March 1896

OBITUARY. .VIb. Michael .'Ryan, who was for many years in the employment of Mrs. Hughes, of Kin coppal, was interred in the Waverley Cemetery on Saturday last. He was an honest, trust worthy man, and his death is deeply felt by fcho good lady in whose service he had been for so long a time. — E.I. P. We record with regret the death of Mrs. lteydon, wife of Mr. C. G. Heydon, and daughter of the late Mr. Makinson, which occurred at Lewisham on Wednesday evening, February 26th. The deceased lady had been, for some time in delicate health, and the immediate cause of her death was the weakness resulting from an operation. The interment took place on JYiday at St. Charles' Cemetery, Ryde — a Mass of liequiem and .solemn office t:'or the dead having been previously celebrated at Villa Maria.— 1U. P. The death occurred on Tuesday, at Gres l:ord, of the Hev. Hugh O'Neill, a priest who had come to this colony from India some four or live years ago. The rev. gentleman had recently visited Now ...

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OUR CATHOLIC INSTITUTIONS. No. I. ST. VINCENT'S COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 March 1896

OUR CATHOLIC INSTITU TIONS. ? A ? . No. I. ST. VINCENT'S COLLEGE. St. 'Vincent's College, Victoria-street, is a fine Gothic building of red brick, occupying a frontage of 120ft. to Tictoria-street. It stands on an extensive block of land having four front ages — respectively to Victoria-street, Macleay street, Bockwall-street, and Ohallis-avenue, and which, together with the residence standing on it (built by Sir Maurice O'Connell), was bought on behalf of the nuns by the late Hon. John Hubert Plunkett from Sir Dharlfis Nicholson, then Speaker of the Legislative Council. The situation is on the borders of Potts' Point, and at some elevation above the water of the bay, from which, as the crow flies, it is distant about a quarter of a mile. The door of the building, standing open, admits to a porch, from which, at the top of a flight of steps, a door of frosted glass, at which the visitor must ring, leads into a square hall of good size, paved with diamond-shaped flags. In the centre,...

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Well Reconciled. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 March 1896

Well Reconciled. One of the most interesting portions of Mr. Purcell's ' Life of Cardinal Manning ' is that dealing with the reconciliation of the Cardinal and Mr. Gladstone in consequence of the latter adopting the policy of Home Bule, On this subject the author remarks : After recounting to Mr. Gladstone that for nigh upon eighty years they had ascended together the steps of life, Cardinal Manning said, u In the beginning of our career we were of one heart and one mind in defending the interests of the Anglican Church. .And now at the close of our career we are again of one mind and one purpose ; for second to you only, I am the greatest Home Ruler in England.' The reconciliation between the great statesman and the great ecclesiastic, alienated for so many years, was immediate and complete. They resumed correspondence, once more on the old footing of affectionate intimacy. In an autobiographical note, dated September 18, 1887, referring to his corres pondence with Mr. Gladstone fr...

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An Irish Soldier. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 March 1896

An Irish Soldier. Among the many distinguished Irishmen who have attained to high position in the service of the State, none is more popular nor more deservedly honoured than General Sir William Butler, who has just been appointed to the chief military command at Dover, in succession to Lord William Seymour. Few generals have a more honourable record, Sir William's military fame having been won in the four Continents. In the lied River campaign, in Canada, in the Ashantee and Zulu wars, in the Egyptian war of 1882, and in the Soudan he has given abundant proofs of his genius and his valour. Dispatches without number have testified to his gallant conduct in the field, and his breast is aglow with medals and clasps conferred by his Sovereign. He has taken high rank, too, as an author as well as a soldier, and has written many excellent works of travel and biography. By his marriage, also, he has allied himself with talent in the literary and art worlds. For ho is the husband of the gi...

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A Call to Arms. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 March 1896

A Call to Arms. The Catholics of Belfast and Derry have now combined under their respective Bishops, Drs. Henry and O'Doherty, for the purpose of securing just treatment as citizens. The Catholics of Belfast and Derry are excluded from all offices — even from scavengorships — by the almost fiendish intolerance of the Orange majority. They may pay taxes, but they must not dare to seek a part in the administration of the affairs of their boroughs. In Belfast they number 100,000, or thereabouts ; in Derry they are so far ahead in population that although unable, by the existing franchise, to send representatives to the Council, they can send, as they do, in the person of Mr. Vesey' Knox, a Nationalist member to Parliament. What they look for now is a franchise and a voting power, which would enable them to exercise their undoubted right in local affairs. The method they propose is that the Local Improvement Bills of the two Orange-bossed Corporations should be subjected to a brief exam...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 March 1896

POTOSI HAIRDBESSING SALOON, 680 and 682 GEORGE STREET. 1O H AIROUTjTBRS. « HAVING, 3^.; H URCUTT1NG, 6d. ; MINGEING (Specially Recommended for Weak Hair), 6d B1OYS1 MATIKCUTTJ'^G A MFKCIAMTY. Schools and Institutions waited on at Reduced Price. The Clergy waited on at their Private Residence at any time by ringing up Telephone 1198. EAXOSW GROUND 4vISI- S1£T. We are the BEST RA.ZOR SETTERS in New South Wales, and understand the kind of edge required to ensure an Easy Shave. Lot us have thorn to fix up for you. Receipt given for every Rassor. IjA fl- 1 Sb*.— Send us your SCISSORS to be ground. Wo will make them Cut Beautifully, Large or Small, One Price— 6d. CRAIG AN D A I T K K N, 680-2 George Street, Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 March 1896

LIST of WINNING NUMBBBS in ART UNION, in aid of the CONVENT FUND, ERSKINE VILLE. Drawn 17th February :— 1289, 1800, 1606, 5816, 2527, 4957, 3236, 2862, 5604, 5118, 613, 2077, 4908, 6235, 4811, 1931, 2819, 2634, 1043, 4883, 4962, 5388, 2621, 3008, 5625, 2121, 2166, 3530, 5452, 5753, 4991, 1368, 184, 2299. INSIST on Getting' the John Bull Brand. Thousands are now Drinking it. Tmree Qualities. / ISf if q PACKED 1/1 / MgL I ©OLD BY ALL I LB and 1/2 IB Packets r J^ 'Yff e aR#^ *5 Also in Adf %r%1 &^ 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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