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ST. MARY'S CATHEDRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 March 1896

ST. MARY'S CATHEDRAL. On Sunday last, at the 11 am. Mass, the Cardinal- Archbishop delivered the second of his Lenten lectures on the Passion of our Divine Lord. The celebrant of the Mass was the Rev. Father Carey, the deacon the Key. Pather Hayden, and the sub-deacon the Rev. Father Phelan. The 'Very Rev. Dr. O'Haran was in attendance at the throne, where the Cardinal presided. The music, sung under the conductorship of Mr. Delany, organist of the ('Jftfhfiflrn.1. without anftomnnniment. was the 'Kyrie' and 'Credo' from Palestrina's Missa Brevis ; Casciolari's ' Sanctus,' ' Bene dictus ' and ' Agnus Dei ' ; Zingarelli's ' Graduate,' and, at the Offertory, Farrant's ' 0 Sacrum Convivium.' His Eminence said, Last Sunday they had considered the first stage of the Passion, when, in the grotto of Q-ethsemane, an ocean of bitter sorrow had rushed in on the soul of our Blessed Lord and overwhelmed him with the agonies of death. In the second stage of His Passion He stood before the tribun...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE LAND AND INCOME TAX. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE CATHOLIC PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 March 1896

CORRESPONDENCE. THE LAND AND INCOME TAX. (to the editor of the catholic press.) Sib, — A curious and interesting' incidence of the Land and Income Tax Assessment Act worthy of note is the possibility that under its provisions many persons in receipt of large incomes will escape taxation. This defect in the law is very much to. be deplored, particularly in view of the fact that, many people, badly able to bear the burden, are not exempt. With your permission I will illustrate my meaning with an example. Suppose, for instance, that A is the owner, in fee simple, of a block of land, which he had leased to B for a ninety-nine years' term, as is. or ten the case ; and is, m turn, improved it by tne erection of (say) fifty houses, from which he receives an income of about £3,000 a year. Under the law as it now stands B pays no tax on his large income, because it is derived from land, and he pays no land tax, because he is not the owner of the land ! While admitting the difficulty of makin...

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

' LOURDES.' _ ? j% ? If Zola's design in writing ' Lourdes ' was to discredit the miracles believed to be of frequent occurrence at the famous grotto of that name, he can scarcely be complimented on his success. So blindly has the book missed its aim that it has filled, the Catholics of Prance and other countries with a longing to atone by their religious services for the insults which Zola's brutal pen has offered to a belief they cherish. Between April and October of last year pilgrimages were organised to the number of 156. and found their wav to the grotto in tha Pyrenees. The French came from every part ; the Belgians were there ; the Dutch, the Swiss, the Italians, the Austrians, the Hun garians, the Maltese ; pilgrims came from the United States and from Canada, and, gladly we say it, from Ireland. The total number of these pilgrims amounted to one hundred and sixty thousand, to which must be added several thousands of others who came in small groups. In the French national p...

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

CATHOLIC NEWS. ? + ? (From Contempoearies.) The reports as to recent conversions amongst the Copts are confirmed by letters received in Borne from Cairo. The remains of the eminent poet,' Paul Verlaine, were recently laid to rest at the cemetery of St. Etienne du Mont, Paris. During the middle of his brilliant career, in 1874, he became a fervent Catholic, and his conversion created a great stir in the literary world. For six years he spent a life of penitence at the monastery of the Grande Chartreuse, where he composed ' Sagesse ' in 111B HeUlUBlOIl. A coloured nun in Baltimore recently cele brated her 100th birthday. She is Sister Helen Joseph, of the Oblate Sisters of Providence, which Order is established in that city. She was born a slave. In 1887 she enjoyed her golden jubilee as a member of the Community. # The Dunfermline Protestant Defence Asso ciation has passed a resolution condemning Mr. Alfred Austin's appointment as Poet Laureate, on the ground that he is a ' Popish Je...

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

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

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

^ ? T. PATRICK'S NIGHT. TOW3ST HALL. GRAND CONCERT (Vocal and Instrumental). will be given, at which the following leading Artists will appear : — Miss EDITH KING Mr. F. J. HALLEWELL Miss MYL0TT Mons. KOWALSKI Mrs. F. J. RILEY Dr. MAGUIRE Mrs. TIERNEY Mr. EDGAR STRAUS Mr. CLANCY Mr, HENRY WEIR And Mons. AUGUSTE WIEGAND. Poptilar Prices, at Paling and Co/s. Reserved, 2s. ; Unreserved, Is. ? nniifinpiivc? r WAUUnd JLf ??n»i/iiio

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DIOCESE OF BALLARAT. (Advocate, Feb. 29.) [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 March 1896

? .^ ? DIOCESE OF BALLA.EA.T. (Advocate, Feb. 29.) The Eight Eev. Monsignor Verdon, who has been staying a few days with the Bishop at the Palace, occupied. a seat near His Lordship on the throne at St. Patrick's, on last Sunday evening, at Vespers.

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DIOCESAN NEWS ARCHDIOCESE OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 March 1896

DIOCESAN NEWS ? * ? . AECHDIOCESE OF SYDNEY. Mb. Delany has succeeded in procuring a worthy successor to Mr. J.^J. Hinchy, the late tenor of the Cathedral choir, in the person of Mr. Percy Bates. For many years the silvery notes of the veteran tenor rang through St. Mary's ; and scarcely any charity or national concert would be considered a success unless ' Jimmy Hinchy ' was included among the artists. Mr. Bates, who now takes his place, is a native of Sydney, and though not so well known as his predecessor, still is no stranger to concert-goers. As a boy he sang at St. soloist at St. Benedict's. It is, however, with the Philharmonic Society that his highest' successes were achieved in singing the tenor solo in ' Samson ' and ' Judas Maccabeus.' On several occasions he took a prominent part in the Liedertafel concerts, and his appear ances at ballad concerts have been very numerous. St. Mary's can now boast of a strong quartet. It includes Mrs. Tierney, Miss Stafford, Mr. Bates and...

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

LEWISHAM HOSPITAL. ? - The Sisters of the Little Company of Mary, finding that there is no provision whatever made in the colony of New South Wales for the special instruction and education of Catholic blind children, nor for the main tenance of Catholic blind adults who are indigent, are desirous of founding an institu tion in connection with the hospital now being carried on by them at Lewisham which will supply that want. According to the census of 1S91, there were in the colony 410 males and 325 females totally blind. On the 31at December, 1894, there were 46 males and 32 female inmates of the N.S.W. Institution for the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind j while the Industrial Home for Blind Women at Strathiield contained 27 inmates. As a considerable proportion of these are Catholics, the need for the proposed Blind Institution to be conducted by the Sisters of the Little Company of Mary is obvious. The Sisters propose to immediately erect a building of a temporary character for the a...

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ST. PATRICK'S DAY CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 March 1896

ST. PATRICK'S DAY CELEBRA TION. A meeting of the executive committee was held lust evening, the Hon. John T. Toohey, M.L.C., in the chair. The following gentle men were present : — His Lordship Dr. Higgins, Sir W. P. Manning, Eight Eev. Monsignor O'Brien, Messrs. P. Sheridan, T. H. Hassall, J. A. Delaney, Very Eev. P. A. Slattery, O.S.I?.; Eev. J. P. Moynagh, Drs. Warren and MacCarthy, Messrs. L. Foley, McCabe, Coady, De Courcy, Sheehy, Nelson, Dorahy, H. D. Williams, T. M. Malone, Perrin, T. Kelly, J. Jieogh, .J. Ham, J. A. Uread, .biakeney, m. Cherry, P. O'Loughlin, Jas. Sutton, J. Dwyer, E. Moore, and W. Hogan. Minutes of last meeting read and confiined. Several additional subscriptions were handed in, and Mr. E. O'Farrell reported that he had collected subscriptions amounting to £38 15s. up to the present, in addition to the amounts already received. The report of the luncheon committee, with the toast list and proposed speakers was adopted. The tickets for the luncheon were fix...

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LEO XIII [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 March 1896

LEO XIII On Tuesday last the illustrious head of the Catholic world, Leo XIII. , entered on yet another year of his long and glorious Pontificate. His elevation to the Throne of Peter must be regarded as the most impor tant event in the history of the present century — one fraught with consequences of the highest moment to the civilisation and progress of humanity. He was called to govern the Church at a perilous time. His predecessor, while in sanctity of life and zeal for the interests of religion, recalling the memory of the brightest ages of Faith, yet the deep penetration of mind that can pierce the most crafty schemes of human policy. His enemies, while compassing his ruin and the ruin of religion, yet strewed flowers under his feet as he passed through the streets of Rome, and greeted him with enthusiastic applause as the Father of his people, and he believed in their sincerity. Freemasonry; by well-devised schemes of political intrigue and unparalleled treachery, caused the ...

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THE "HERALD" AND THE CARDINAL'S PASTORAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 March 1896

THE 'HBBALD' AND THE OAMOTAL'S PASTORAL. The Herald, om Saturday, acting the ' outside critic ' on the Cardinal's assertion in his Pastoral—' that it is the Catholic Church alone that claims to be ^/Jowed with an infallible authority '—would ekim a similar property for the' Protestant Churchy While we delegate the right of interne, tation to another, the Protestant stakes his f religious faith on the Bible, The solitary student, however, who .consuls friff more or less critically perfect -edition .of the Scriptures to draw a rule of life and code, of belief from them is as satisfied of his JnfaljiibJe authority j as any Council that ever sat. Of the merits of this position, as compared with the . ^Catholic's, the Herald will not pronounce But, having stated the fact, concludes : ' What the probabilities are on one side and the other is likely to remain a contro versial question.' Two questions occur here to any thinking mind — (a) is every Protestant a solitary student ? and, (b) gr...

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

REM0YAL NOTICE. NICHOLSON & CO. HAVE BEHOVED FROM THE CORNER KINO- AND GEORGE STREETS TO THEIR NEW AND ELEGANT PREMISES, NEXT EQUITABLE BUILDING, GEORGE STREET. THE FINEST PIANO AND MUSIC WAREHOUSE IN THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE. ' NOTE THE NEW ADDBESS : NEXT EQUITABLE BUILDING^.

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

SOCIAL. In the account of Miss Hunter's marriage with Mr. Arthur Flexman, which appeared in our issue of February 22, we stated that Miss Iflexman was chief bridesmaid. As a matter of fact, Miss Hunter filled that position. The bride's train was borne by Miss Eveline Stevenson, not by Miss Flexman. *#* Many and sincere were the regrets expressed on all sides last week when Mrs. Hutton, Lady Charles Paulet, and Miss Granviile left for T3n Poland. Sin o.n \\&v arrival in SWItipv +.V»a kind-hearted wife of the Major- General has evinced the deepest interest in every under taking having for its object the alleviation of distress, or the furthering of any charitable cause. Her absence will be felt by all, and the loss Sydney society sustains will be a great one. As a proof — if proof were needed — of their great popularity, Major-G-eneral aud Mrs, Hutton were the recipients of tiie most flattering send-offs, and we feel sure the memories of their last week spent in Sydney will ev...

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

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

'-? , , i ?- ?- V t i iii- ? n - ii i . i r * ? i i ii ii. , iii i i - Telephone 1482. DENTIST, ST. JAMES5 CHAMBERS, Opposite the Queen's Statue, KING STREET. NOTE. 1. The exact Pee 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 Mr. HARUIS, can be obtained upon application to above address. VJRITERION THEAT14E. Proprietor ... ... Mr. George Hill. 6th WEEK OF THE COMEDY SEASON. OUR THIRdHpRODUCTION. ANOTHE'iTTRIUMPH. THIS AND EVERY EVENING. M WANTED, A WIFE.' ' WANTED, A WIFE.' (Written by Mr. George Darrell.) SEE PRESS OPINIONS. MR. WILFRED E. SHINE As Paul, the Matrimonial Agent. MR. RALPH ROBERTS As General Tantrums, And a specially selected cast. Family Circlh and Gallery, One Shilling. Stalls, Two Shillings. Okchtcstka Stalls, Three Shillings. D...

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IRISH N.F.B. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 7 March 1896

IRISH N.F.B. SOCIETY. ? ^ ? The third annual convention of the National Foresters' Benefit Society was held at the Irish National Club, Brickfield Hill, on Friday last, Bro. Michael Cody, S.H.C.E., in the chair. The following delegates and officers were also present, viz.: — Bros. L. A. Finegan, John Kane, Joseph Keogh, J. Keating, F. J. McKenna,' P. F. Power, John Sweeney, Peter Murray, J. Sheehy, J. J. McGough, and J. P. Kavanagh. The opening ceremony having been read, the credentials of the delegates present were examined and found norrent. and firms wrva recorded, against the absent delegates. The nomination of officers and delegates to the ex ecutive council was then proceeded with. The balance-sheet, auditors' report, and branch statistics were read, and showed that the Order had nuule satisfactory progress numeri cally, and more especially in the accumulation of funds. The reports were unanimously adopted. The S. genera! secretary read the annual report, showing that another ...

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Remarkable Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 March 1896

Remarkable Sale. In the Land Judges Court, Dublin— before Mr. Justice Madden — an important sale was effected in the matter of Handcock's estate. The case came before the Court on an adjourn ment on the motion to accept an offer of Lord Justice Lopes, one of the Judges of th High Court of Justice in England, to purchase the whole or ine estate, wmeii comprises the line demesne of Carrantrila Park and the greater portion of the town of Timm, County Gal way, for £4.'5,00O cash, subject to incumbrances amounting to £18,500, which was, in fact, nn offer equal to dGGd',000. The tenants on the estates and the owner had submitted offers for the purchase of the demesne and their hold ings, amounting to about £59,000, and the lands had been inspected by the valuers of the Land Commission, with a view to an advance under the Purchase Acts. The case stood over to enable the tenants to see if the Land Com mission would be disposed to make an offer for the whole estate for resale to tho tenants,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 14 March 1896

TOWN HALL. GRAND CONCERT, ST. PATRICK'S NIGHT, 17th MAECH. PiET I. 1. Choruses (a)— ' Dear Harp of My Country.' (b)— ' Let Erin Remember.' Moore's Melodies, CONCERT COMPANY. 2. 'Cello Solo— Fantasia on Irish Airs. Dieterich. Mb. ED OAR STRAUSS. 3. Song — ' The Irish Emigrant.' Me. D. CLANCY. 4. Song — ' Savourneen Deelish.' Grouch. Mes. F. J. RILEY. 5. Song- 'Off to Philadelphia.' Old Melody. De. MAGUIRE. 6. Song — ' Come back to Erin.' Claribel. Mes. TIERNEY. PART II. 7. Organ Solo — Fantasia on Irish Airs. Mons. AUGUSTE WIEGAND. 8. Song — ' Galway Bay.' Sydney Eoven. Me. F. J. HALLEWELL ' ( Accompanied by the Composer) . 9. Song — Miss EDITH 0. KING. 10. Song — 'Drifting,1 Away.' Packer. Me. HENRY WEIR (' Cello obbligato by Mr. Strauss). 11. Pianopoete Solo (a) — 'Niagara.' Kowalsld. (&)— ' Danse de Lutins.' Mons. HENRI KOWALSKI. Frudent. 12. Song— 'I Saw from the Beach.' Moore. Miss EVA MYLOTT. 13. Chorus — '? The Shamrock.' Moore. THE CONCERT COMPANY. Musical Director an...

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