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  3. ANGLICAN CLERGYMEN AND CONFESSION.

    Sir—I read in The Register recently two letters, one from "Church of England." the other from "G. W. Halcombe, B.A." Both of the writers seemed to have ...

    Article : 186 words
  4. UNITED STATES.

    The city is suffering from an epidemic of lawlessness, and many daring criminals escape justice, Shocking corruption is alleged againist prominent officials. ...

    Article : 4,616 words
  5. NOTES AND QUERIES.

    Great roun[?]oe of our [?] Whose keen sight Pierced through the future years. And, thro the night of ignorance and trembling fears, ...

    Article : 95 words
  6. STRANGE SYNTAX.

    From "M. A.":—We have heard of spelling reform—a reform which makes some of us shudder— but I did not yet know that we are to have syntactical " ...

    Article : 103 words
  7. To the Editor.

    Sir—H seemed to me appropriate that Canon Wise should entitle his paper relating to auricular confession, materialism, supernatural powers of the priesthood, ...

    Article : 422 words
  8. "HOLLY" DOLLARS.

    A correspondent. "Old Un." has requested as to reprint the following extract from The Register of April 20, 1872:—In the early days of the history of Australian ...

    Article : 385 words
  9. To the Editor.

    sIR.—Reterring to Canon Wise's remarks upon the contessionaly, and to his public declaration that he is endued with "superatural power." ...

    Article : 113 words
  10. To the Editor.

    Sir—Seeing the great stir that has been caused Canon Wise's paper on "Auricular confession,"I cannot understand why Dr. Tamas did not take the opportunity ...

    Article : 121 words
  11. To the Editor.

    Sir— [?]ho the sentiments of your correspondents in expressing my gratitude to you for the appo[?]tunity afforded us of reading the opinions of Canon Wise in the ...

    Article : 313 words
  12. THE CYCLORAMA CASE.

    From "H.M. Addiison":—Reterring to my letter, published by you on November 26 I am asked to request you to state that Mr. Billiet did employ a surveyor: ...

    Article : 66 words
  13. To the Editor.

    Sir—I am full of sorrow, as a stanch, honest member of the Church of England. It is truly astonishing on find Romish ritual being, used in so many churches in ...

    Article : 255 words
  14. COL LIGHT AND THE A.N.A.

    From "Australian :—"As a leval supporier of the A.N.A. I was glad to notice, in connection with the unveiling of the Light monument, that the Commonwealth ...

    Article : 90 words
  15. To the Editor.

    Sir—Canon Wise is not lacking in conrage and determination; still, I hope for be sake of those growing up, that he will not succeed in introducing auricular ...

    Article : 207 words
  16. MISCELLANEOUS.

    "Magill."—The Reformatory School at Magill is 540 ft. above sea level. "Visitor."—The height of the General Post Office clock is about 98 ft. ...

    Article : 359 words
  17. To the Editor.

    Sir—One of your correspondents is most anxious to prove that confession—i.e., the habitual detailing of sins into the ear of a priest—is encouraged by the formularies ...

    Article : 1,077 words
  18. To the Editor

    Sir—Mr. D. K. Howard's letter must surely appeal strongly to all Churchmen As a member of the Church of England I endorse his remarks on this necessity. ...

    Article : 458 words
  19. To the Editor.

    sIR—For several years I was connected with the Anglican Church in this State, and still feel on interest in it. It was under the minister of that true shepherd ...

    Article : 860 words
  20. To the Editor.

    Sir—I think any unbiased person who beard Canon Wise read his paper on "Some obstacles in religion in Australian towns" on Sunday last, cannot but regret ...

    Article : 347 words
  21. RETAIL GROCERS EMPLOYES ASSOCIATION.

    A general meeting was held on Tuuesdahy evening at Bricknell's Cafe. Mr. E. C. Hosking presided. It was announced amid applause that since the last meeting mMe. S. J. Jac[?]bs ...

    Article : 234 words
  22. To the Editor.

    Sir—Two correspondent—:"G.W.[?]comber, B.A."and "Church of England"—was very wrath at what Canon Wise was reported to have said in reference to ...

    Article : 615 words
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