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Adelaide Southern Cross (Newspaper) - August 3, 1928, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia of Toffli bonding a Battler plact South opposite the Cathedral. Row Tieb scapular prayer books Tatuem and All Gath lic Equist open of Yisaw bight. Thou in Hal ill. Extra Comfort in the bathroom cd with a Viri ilm oar Stock indu daa As latest the bathroom and lavatory ref awant Send for Catalon Mccabe & Wilson Frank. Frank tailors a a mercers 124 Gawler place Adelaide let us submit our prices and value it most rain Jav Brailas w sunshades recovered and repaired walking Sticks s. D. Kerr umbrella maker no. 2 sow own buildings King William Street. General Havelock hotel Corner Carrington and Hurtt streets m. Leonard. Late of Peterborough and Fernley Beach is now in Possession. Old and new friends Welcome. Only Vestah Juonis stocked. Good accommodation. Fullarton Parkside and Kingswood cars Stoat door. Phone no. 2605. Armed bandits raided a newspaper office in Chicago overpowered and bound the police and paymaster while the employees were being paid and got away with �1,400. A i , by. .1 7.h i a ,?v." y try or t or it we Fli in a i a Yin i " j 4 ii Iri. I i a. M v j 9o-vi. ? i i re i t 0ursy9neyietter father Mea fits circular advice to Mew and women. By our Sydney correspondent Sydney monday. At St. Mary s Cathedral on sunday morning a letter was read at each. Mass from " father James Meany Honor Ary organiser relative to the part men and women would take in a demonstration, Congress on the Pight of thursday september 6. The. Letter is As follows i " for the men s part in the Euthar a is tic Congress demonstration on the night of thursday thesty land in the procession on sunday afternoon the 9th, we Are organising As unit men unattached to any organised society. The Type of men we require will be. Evident to you. The number we can secure is not at All easy to estimate. I can give you no line to go on As to the number that might be available from your Parish. The St. Vincent de Paul society have put. Themselves at your disposal to secure names at the Church door on sunday the 29th instant and sunday the 5th prox. When the name of a willing Prospect is secured a ticket is issued which will secure. Admission on. The two occasions i mention. These tickets have been Given into the charge of the St. Vincent St. Paul society and will be ready for the masses on Sun Day. For the women s part we Are organising a demonstration of All Catholic women on the morning of saturday the 8th. September10. O clock pontifical High mass at the showground. Certain numbers of women have been practising the mass for this occasion. But the total num. Ber to take part in the congregation should include not Only the organised societies like the children of Mary sacred heart third. Order etc., but also As in the Case of the men the Best women from each. Parish unattached to any society. The. Names of such women with your permission can fee secured through the sacred heart society later on. As regards the procession the children of Mary will be the Only unit representative of women March ing and the full strength of each Branch should be present. The Una form must he. Black shoes White stockings White dress with Long sleeves and the Blue cloak. It is. Not necessary to have a Standard Shade of Blue. Even though it causes considerable inconvenience the girls Are asked not to carry with them in the precession in parcels or otherwise their hats or archbishop Kelly s. Pastoral. On monday a pastoral. Letter from his. Grace arc Biskop Kelly was read m the churches. Particular mention was made of the holy father and the eucharistic Congress the following Are some extracts from the letter year by year we sign Alise the. Feast of in chains by honouring his successor the reigning pontiff As the chief pastor of our souls. The present year finds. Our Devotion strengthened by an increase of Fervour for we Are wonderfully., favored by. The holy father in being chosen to carry Cut the works of the 29th. International eucharistic con Gress. Are we not on this account warmed ill our affection and More Earnest in our efforts to fulfil our cherished duty towards the chair of Peter. That is the visible head of the Church of Christ namely Pope Pius xi., the Ming vicar of the son. Of x3bd" Man Fri mar re deip. Tori. , dear Brethren that the office of both priest arid pontiff is from god alone. Through the Pope alone god we hold the True doctrine if Christ in the Unity of obedience and love. " this year the holy father As Universal. Pastor has authorised the permanent committee of the inter National eucharistic Congress to Honor Sydney and Australia by Cele Brating their solemn functions among us and in our in Mother Church. Our entire Hierarchy patronise the Gre to . Our priests Dur religious a Brothers and Sisters our parochial organisations our societies Rel to us and social our children have grown enthusiastic in preparing to do their Pai t As sketched by our local executive committee. The. Sections of our executive have been studiously attentive to All Points affecting our Success. Thank Goffi they have. Been enabled to do All so very Well that we. Daily receive commendations and congratulations from the permanent committee and from the holy father in person. " the Cardinal Legate is Well remembered As. Archbishop Cerretti. He is Happy in returning to Australia and on our part his Eminence will be heartily welcomed in his now most exalted office at papal Legate. He is to arrive at the end of August and will open our completed St. Mary s on sunday september 2." the first Canadian. Father a d. Muckle d.c.l., who. Arrived in Sydney last week is the first Canadian to Reafie Australia for the Congress. He is bursar of the so Augustine s Seminary Toronto la the course of an interesting inter View father Muckle said that the coming Congress was causing a stir in Canada and the United states and thai it was being advertised Exten sively in the newspapers of those countries at All tourist agencies and by placards. " the Congress will mean a lot to Australia and new zealand he said. " i think that it. Is an excellent Way of advertising these countries. To hundreds of people who Are coming from America new zealand has been Only a name. Many had Only a hazy idea of its situation. Australia is better known but we have a lot to Sarn about it father Muckle said that All the larger cities and More important states in Canada Are organising their own parties of tourists for the con Gress. In addition there were Large numbers of visitors who were coming on their own like himself. A big drawback experienced by Many is the Long distance to travel and the con sequent Long absence from their Homes and work. Father Muckle was obliged to get another Man to replace him. While he was absent. He left Early so that he could look about him and visit friends in aus. Thalia be explained. Me expects to be absent about five months. Although Many were coming to Australia by. Way. Of new zealand the China Japan route was a popular one with the coming visitors. Bursar of the St. Augustine Theo logical. Seminary at Toronto father Muckle looked after about i550 Stu dents who Are qualifying for priests. He is a representative of the Arch . Of Toronto. The new zealand representatives to the ingress also arrived by the Maheno. R they were father sey mour., of Hastings and mgr. My Kennan of Masterton. Both my spend a Holiday Here before the Congress. Father Muckle celebrated mass at St. Mary at 8 o clock last sunday morning and preached a Short Sermon. He was greatly concerned about his accent Bat was assured by a Friend that he was perfectly understood by the congregation. Monsignor Peoples. On saturday last mgr. Robert Peoples private Secretary to his Grace archbishop Kelly left Sydney for a month s Holiday in Queensland. He will return in time for the official opening of St. Mary s Cathedral. Mgr. Peoples who recently lost his Mother at the age of 72, has been unable to shake off a. Severe cold and Hopes to do so in t1 f Wanner Queens land climate. A few hours before his departure from Sydney the monsignor was the victim of a daring robbery at St. Mary s Cathedral presbytery. Leav ing two suits of clothes and a pair of boots on a. Table he went upstairs for the Short period of three minutes to find to his Surprise on his return that the articles had been stolen. It i surmised that a sneak thief walked straight in and out of the presbytery saw the clothes Oil the table picked them up and made a get away in the course of a couple of minutes. It was a smart piece of work and sym Pathy has been extended to the Mon Signor at his being the victim of such a mean theft. Only ten Days ago a thief entered St. Mary s Cathedral after Midnight and rifled two boxes containing very Large Box made of steel belonging to the a. Vincent de Paul society however proved too solid for the intruder who left it unopened on the floor. One of the boxes was opened on the Attar of the blessed Virgin immediately behind the High altar. The matter was not Given publicity and singularly enough the Southern Cross is the first to announce the affair. No arrest was made although the police tried hard to Trace the culprit. It was considered to have been the work of one person. The Cathedral. Hue severe rain Wain Nas Vianen past week has hampered the completion of the roof of the new portion of St. Mary s Cathedral. Rain poured into the building and the work was Hung up for. Days. It is expected that the roof will be finished this week. The Steps at the Western Entrance Are now being built. There will be Over fifty Steps to negotiate and elderly people Wilt no doubt enter the Cathedral from the Hyde Park Side. The magnificent Rose window has been placed in position Over the main Entrance. It will not however look its Best till the roof has been properly erected. In an Appeal to seamen on tuesday to consider whither Rhey were being led or. T. Walsh advised those of port Adelaide to re Register in the arbitration court. He said that the Sydney and Brisbane branches of the Union retained heir registration in state courts. A strike of workers at the Ramsey Mill Oldham Lancashire because of an employee refusing to join the Union has resulted in the masters de Claring a. Jock out from August 11, which will affect 500,000 workers. The United states has exploded a diplomatic Bombshell by signing a 1 Reaty with the chinese nationalist government restoring autonomy thus giving the government a de Facto recognition withheld by the Powers. American papers Laud Heeney for the great courage and endurance ire. Showed in the fight with Tunney. It now appears that his thumb was broken in june and delayed training. He is returning. To new zealand where his father is ill with �25,000 gained in fights

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