Adelaide Southern Cross in Adelaide, South-Australia 17 Aug 1928
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Adelaide Southern Cross (Newspaper) - August 17, 1928, Adelaide, South Australia
National Library of Australia 1 1 let As the Grosvenor. The finest unlicensed hotel a South Australia. Hot and cold wafer in every room bed 5itting-room, with own. V private bathroom Tariff from 12/ per a �3/10/ per week r manager. Busy Busy always busy1 buy All your needs from us we can Supply All your requirements for the Home also for personal use and Wear a the Best and latest for the least possible outlay. T. Big Stock to choos4 from in household linens men Swo men a 6irls? and boys clothing boots and shoes also furniture and furnishings including China glassware fend Ironmongery in great variety. Res to tour satisfaction and profit to shop at the big store. Where your Money goes farthest bundle Street Adelaide Rabbit skins sheepskins. \ Rabbit skins. Kangaroo skins beeswax Horsehair Wattle gum Etc. Wanted in any Quantity. Highest Cash prices. We. Haughton & co. Currie a Street Adelaide. T. O Connor & sons contractor for new Adelaide railway station. Leather and Contra Otora ventilation and hot water Engineer a Antral contractor. Repair promptly attended it. Office and work 178-180 Currie Street. Branch 8 Page Street off quote Street. Big reduction in suits june to september. Eucharistic Congress time. Or. A Mccabe is ready to Supply visitors to Sydney with suits at the reduced pb30e of �8. Made from the Best English an australian worsted under his own supervision.-. Samples sent to country cite Nib. Only one address p. Mocabe ,88 Gawler place Adelaide. Animal week. To the editor. i Ash you to insert this letter in the next number of the Southern Cross calling attention to the fact that this society is organising a animal week in show week sep tember 8 to 15, and that sunday september 2, is to be observed As Ani Mak sunday knowing that a great Deal of in fluence can be wielded from the Pul pit we Appeal most confidently to the clergy of your denomination to. Help this society in jts York by saying a few words both to adults and to Childre Rij on that Day concerning Man s dirty an responsibility to his a y animals v ? is caused through sheer carelessness and Lar cof thought and it is Pur idea apr to aroused san s can science in this respect when we consider what we owe. To ,. Animals it is Little enough to ask. That the Ket change Ana it is with Confidence that we ask you 1p help is by making special reference to animals on Sun Rda a Septen or 2i. A Bya v the horrors1n mex1co 1 a archbishop mann1x on the strange silence of 3he pikes a \ there Iwais Rico need Tavener to the Martof Rocini of the j past sail his Grace to archbishop of Mel / or Dahnis 7 speaking after the lecture by very be Vav Hugah , in the Cathedral Hall on july 23 Catholic people Ere suffer in terrible Pere option and Winay were martyrs for the Faith 7 to Tho eco uht in a american paper of appalling 016cities reprinted on Cir Oricle Page Hast week. He continued it. Was no exaggeration on his part to say that we whre still living in the time of martyrs. He had no reason to doubt the accuracy of the news Given in the american paper a cutting from which he held in his hand. Needless to say the cutting was from a Catho lic paper. Terrible happenings were taking place , but the press of the United states of America was silent regarding the atrocities. The whole of the press of the British Empire was also. As silent As the grave the shooting of the priests and the Terible idea i of the nun would not have been known to them if he had not received the press Cut Ting. The paper that gave an account of the. Atrocities had Only a very restricted circulation. Dreadful things occurring. If such Devilish work were done in Spain or Italy or Ireland every paper in the British Empire and beyond would print the accounts with Dis played headings across two or three columns. The other Day they saw. What the papers were capable of doing when they gave prominence to an alleged happening in a Convent at Valladolid in Spain. The Story went around the Globe and it was devoid of any truth. Whatever it had to be contradicted but. It was hard to Over take the slander there was no sym Pathy for the martyred nuns priests and people and nothing appeared in the papers even although diabolical things were occurring or. Ferguson had told a dreadful Story of the horrors and All that they could do was to Pray for the unfortunate mexicans and Trust that god in his great mercy would come to their Rescue before any More diabolical work was done and before the Church was exterminated. A Sydney comment. Writing of the same subject the Sydney freemen s journal says now the mexican question cannot be settled in Australia. The regime responsible for barbarities which re Call the Days of Nero and the earlier persecutions of christians will eventually crash whether our dailies print truths or half truths. And the curtain will be lifted and the world will see Mexico As she really is sooner or later despite All the efforts of Calles s publicity staff. What is the object then of our local prints in printing the Calles version of mexican affairs so slavishly especially when not an editor in Australia but knows that there is quite another Gide to the Story is the answer anti Catholic prejudice what other answer can there be when we reflect upon the probable attitude of the press if the same kind of persecutions were directed against a protestant Popula Tion when a methodist missionary. Is murdered in China the press rings with it yet Here we have had Catho lic archbishops hunted Down like wolves priests put against a Wall like bandits. Nuns killed and assaulted churches sacked schools and Presby. Teries wrecked arid the most the pub lic is told is. That there is trouble Between the Church and the state even to Day despite the fact that a London daily was moved eventually to enquire into und denounce the most inhuman and illegal mexican happenings our australian papers will hot Budge from the Calles versions it is not Cricket nor is it decent Jour dualism. But this is exactly. What we shall Haye to Elf lure Xintu the mexican catholics can. Get their Stoi properly across allocable regarding the mexican situation if a considerable amount of Salt. For that matter All cables. Re. Lating to Catholic. Affairs mus Lilje read in e cautious spirit we have had. Come remarkable hews relating to the Vatican and the Pope s attitude towards in fld s affairs is frequently misrepresented by our Cable service. The Catholic position in. France is never described by reliable Corre Pond est aft in the1 Calcite de is with map we have a recent Emple of it perms Tient anti vent twist or Hiness j. A. Fiji Filer revelations of unparalleled horrors. At Evrin stances of the unparalleled horror of the persecution Are Givich he Lbw from an article Voni three More months published in Vasa Ricsin a Catholic weekly re r View of new York a the hands of the Parish priest of Tam Azula were Cut off to prevent his Ever saying1 my again the Knutila Tion killed him. J. Fathey Pablo Garcia of Agu Ascali i entes was denounced when in hiding and Orde de to be deported by Gen. 1 Patna. At Santa Maria father Garcia gave absolution to a Man dying of a gunshot wound. For this cause alone the guard broke his hands and mutilated his ears nose Tongue and eyes. He died on the train and his body was abandoned at Encarna Cion de Diaz. Senorita Maria Guadalupe Chaires of Ciudad Victoria was asked to divulge a priest s hiding place. As she refused the soldiers began Toter off her fingers the mutilation continued till she became exhausted and they finally killed her. At Tula Hidalgo the Mother Superior of the nuns of Eutia was shot and the nuns delivered to the soldiery. The Parish priest who was ill was also shot and his body and that of. The Mother Superior were burned in a fire made of statues. Blackmail a Factor in persecution. A blackmailer caused the execution of father Humberto pro Juarez the first Jesuit persecuted unto death by the Calles regime it is revealed Here by the trial of a police agent says a despatch from Mexico City. Alvaro Basail the defective who was assigned the investigation of the attack on Obregon last november and who sent father pro his brother and two others to execution after a farcical court martial was arrested a few Days ago on a charge made by father Vicente Diaz. Father dist complained directly to the Secretary of police that Basail had threatened him i. H arrest for violation of. The anti religious Laws if he did not Handi Over a Large sum As blackmail Money. Graft stopped an investigation was ordered and it was found that the detective had been systematically victimizing catholics by blackmail threatening them with arrest if they did not pay. Basail has now been sent to the tres Marias penal Colony. Following the revelations an order has been issued by the authorities that when persons Are arrested Here after on charges of violation of the anti religious Laws their cases shall go to th4 attorney general. It was contended at the time that. Father pro and his companions were seized upon As victims so As to make a show of punishing those guilty of the attack on Obregon that at least two of the four were out of. The City or in other parts of it when the at tack took place. The chief of police reported that the four had confessed but this report never was believed especially since the utmost precautions were taken to keep the mock court martial secret. Later it is asserted that the Man who attacked Obregon was definitely known to have escaped. A reprieve. Of father pro and his companions was granted but the execution was rushed so that the order arrived just too late from the. Courts. It will be noticed that similar at tempts to implicate catholics in the assassination of Obregon Are being made a press Cable states that the Assassin has made a Complete Confes. Sion. We Are at a loss to know the meaning of the message. Says the Catholic Pressie was supposed to have been caught red handed. If it is about a plot some v. Thing wore will be heeded than a cer. If Cate from Galles chief of police. Before people will Pacey any weight on it. prelate contradicts peace reports. R was ii Wiy said Tim pm w it. Will be noted the fit Liete Reamer ski to fac giving Only facts is con ?6rrebppndent s allowed to embroider their " i face saw the correspondent of a new re paper said mgr. Ruiz. " my first talk with the Cor respondent As immediately after a arrival in Riv Ai that time 1explained, that i had come to Rome in the name of the mexican Bishops to give Hrisho Linesman account of the. Present situation . The second meet with the coi respondent was after my audience with the holy father. In that occasion i said the Pope declared. It necessary to study the report i had submitted and to Pray for guidance for the mexican Bishops As. To the / course they should eventually take in negotiations looking to an agreement with the mexican govern ment. / v " the rest of the purported inter View with me published an the secular papers was either an equivocation an invention or a deduction without. Any foundation sympathy of Irish Hierarchy. V the intense sympathy Felt by Irish catholics with their persecuted co religionists of Mexico was again voiced in a Resolution parsed by the. Hierarchy at their june meeting at. Maynooth. 1 recalling that Ireland " having in its own Day passed through an ordeal of persecution has Learned How to compassionate the unfortunate their lordships express their desire to convey to our episcopal Brethren and their flocks in. Unhappy Mexico the expression of our profound sym Pathy in sufferings which should Shock the world s sense of the Resolution also directs that in order through the intercession of the Queen of heaven to secure for he mexican sufferers the Grace of. Fortitude. In their hour of trial and of speedy release from hated oppression the Litany of the blessed Virgin be recited after the principal Public masses on sundays and holy Days until the approaching festival of the Assumption of our lady. August 15. An Independent jew. Melchior Wankowicz of Warsaw who describes himself As outside of the Catholic Church has issued through the publishers of " Roj a notoriously anti clerical Book con Taining an account of his visit to Mexico. He Speaks with the severest censure of the persecuting policy of president Calles. Much regret is Felt at the serious illness of or. P. J. Hourigan the Well known conductor of St. Lau rence s choir North Adelaide. He has been a member of the choir for Over 20 years and conductor for the past seven years. His Many friends Trust that he will be speedily re stored to health. Piles by mail announce the death of Alfred Thomas Townsend fifth lord Braye the Well known Catholic peer at the age of 79. He was a Veteran Champion of Catholic causes both in and out of the House of Fords and a Well known Lituri violist Anid writer his father was an anglican Clergyman. He was a convert to the Faith. . Was terrible to look at. Healed by Cuti Cura. / when my baby was five weeks old a rash Caine out on his face and head and appeared sometimes on his legs and 1 discovered. It was eczema. He used to rub it and it was terrible to look at. 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