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  2. CATHOLIC.

    A DEPUTATION, consisting of Alderman John Hughes, Mr. O. C. Bale, and Mr. Dalton, accompanied by Mr. Varney Parkes, M.P., waited upon the Colonial Secretary on Saturday, and ...

    Article : 249 words
  3. THE GRAFTON-GLEN INNES RAILWAY.

    SIR,— It appears the ardour of those interested in the construction of railways is not damped by the dulness of the times. Many districts who consider themselves entitled to public expenditure ...

    Article : 1,483 words
  4. A SOUTH COAST WEDDING.

    FROM Cooma comes the happy record of a wedding at Moonbah, when Mr. Henry [?] of Bungoura, Goulburn, was married to Miss E. Barry, daughter of Mr. John Barry, of [?] Station. ...

    Article : 233 words
  5. CATHOLIC NOTES.

    THE mission by the Passionist Fathers at St. Patrick's Church, Cooma, will conclude on Sunday, 13th March. DR. David Basil Dunne, secretary of the Royal ...

    Article : 796 words
  6. A MELANCHOLY VOYAGE.

    WHEN the notice of the death of Captain J. Brady, of Balmain, who died at Townsville, Queensland, appeared in the FREEMAN we stated that at the earnest wish of the family of the deceased ...

    Article : 266 words
  7. AN INHUMAN MOTHER.

    A PAINFUL sensation (we learn by cable from London) has been caused by the revelations made at the trial of Mrs. Montagu, wife of the son of Lord Robert Montagu, who was charged with ...

    Article : 135 words
  8. TWO UNLUCKY IRISHMEN.

    Two British navel officers who have good old Irish names if they are not sons of the Emerald Isle have got into trouble. A naval court-martial was held in London on Feb. 16th into the circumstances ...

    Article : 77 words
  9. THE COOTAMUNDRA BAZAAR.

    THE bazaar in aid of the local church was held in the Assembly Hall, Cootamundra. There were two long stalls, one on each side of the room,, presided over by Mrs. E. V. Chilcott and Mrs. ...

    Article : 93 words
  10. STANDING BAREHEADED AT FUNERALS.

    THE Baroness Burdett-Courts, the cable says, is recovering from her recent indisposition. Can it be that she caught cold at Cardinal Manning's funeral? The belief that the late Duke of ...

    Article : 171 words
  11. TRIBUTES TO A PRIEST.

    IN our last issue we recorded the presentation of 125 sovereigns to the Very Rev. Father Bolder on the eve of his departure from Dubbo. From the fuller report in the Dubbo DISPATCH we note that ...

    Article : 258 words
  12. SOME VICTORIANS IN LUCK.

    THE Warrnambool ECHO, Victoria, has the following:— "The numerous friends of Mr. Michael O'Reilly, of Manning-road, East Malvern, formerly ...

    Article : 256 words
  13. CATHOLIC GENEROSITY IN QUEENSLAND.

    THE Ipswich correspondent of the Brisbane AUSTRALIAN gives the particulars of the blessing by Archbishop Dunne of the Christian Brothers' new residence. The ground on which the building is ...

    Article : 142 words
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