Adelaide Southern Cross in Adelaide, South-Australia 7 Dec 1928
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Adelaide Southern Cross (Newspaper) - December 7, 1928, Adelaide, South Australia
National Library of Australia Gawler Illace near Cater Deal cards from id. To if each Calen Dars from 2d. 4of6/ each cribs from 2d, to each prayer books pie tuxes with Chr Strovas and new year greetings. Crucifixes Inci Ucang Luminous rosaries All kinds Mother of Pearl Irish Horn coloured Glass Blade and Brown. Coco and a special line with re ii crosses. Chaplets infant of Prague Bles sed sacrament. St. Philomena St. Anthony five wounds Dolour and immaculate Conception. Books statues fonts fairy lamps All Elors Etc special Range of christinas presents too numerous to come Aind. See open Friday nights until 9 o clock phone Central -548jl Tor beautifying the Home paints varnishes. Enamels Starns Kal Soutne and Waterproof Oil wallpapers by loading English Nanu fact to it firm a aortas a Tilo like Woll covering for the bathroom bathroom fittings and f Atie Sorie teds , Atware artists Mal Arraj Ifni Rafors Lead lights and Glass expert advice sadly Given Clarkson United bundle Street Adelaide. St. Vincent Street port Adelaide general Havelock my Corner Carrm Gacon and Hutt streets he Leonard. Late of Peterborough and Henley Beach is now in Possession and Nerr friends Wace be. Only beat liquors stocked Good Acea Ramo a trim. Foh Aston Parkside and egg Wood. Cars Stop at door. Phone to. 2605. A just & Linehan successors to j. H. Crabb burst and go hotel brokers have a Large list of hotels Freehold and leaseholds for said in All parts. Of the state also in the pity and suburbs. " full particulars upon per Sonal application to boost & la Shehan 14 Commonwealth Bank Chambers 9s King William Street thong Central 424o the official eucarist4c to the published in two books. Archbishop Sheehan the head of the literary the 23th Congress. Determined to publish the records of. The Congress in two 2. Separate books. One will be an exact but abbreviated reproduction .5 of All papers read speeches and sermons delivered the other will be in popular form and cheap. It will consist of a compilation of the hews / paper reports of the Congress made into a consecutive Story covering All the events from the opening of St. May Sto the Syhl Benediction. To. All this will be a pleasing and lasting memento of the great event. No chm Thias gift will he More appreciated by friends at Home and abroad. Applications far copies. Should be made at once to the Price of the Book is fixed to cover the Cost of production Only. The printers Are the. Green press of Sydney and the official distributor is e. I. Dyyer of Sydney. It is compiled by re is. P. Oregon p.p., . L. L. Rumble m.s.c., .-" and the Secretary Frev. J. Matvey. St. Columbian Catholic Art calender prom the ear East office Essen Don View have received the Beautiful Catholic Art Calendar fan 1929, published by the St. Columba i s Mission society in the interests of missions at 2/-. As usual the Calendar is most artistically designed and got up in sheets which can be. Hung a Wall. It contains 14 pages 12 of which Are devoted to the months of the year. Oil. Each Page is reproduced a famous religious masterpiece in four colors that on the front being a larger picture of the Assumption suitable for Fram ing. A information As to feasts fasts holy Days of obligation etc., is Given in the Calendar under each month All the Days of abstinence of the year being masked with a fish printed in red. This is a Calendar that might Well find a place in every Catholic Home. Literary notes. The Gael which is published in Sydney continues to fulfil its function As the Only Irish journal in Australia by publishing news con warning Irish Ireland activities in Australia Irish and scottish gaelic gleanings and articles on Irish in Australia wild life of Ireland and the Irish Republican movement. The life of Patrick Pearce by his sister is continued. Fro in the australian Catholic truth society we have received the three most recently published pamphlets two of them Feitli moves mountains a Story founded on fact by Benjamin Hoare and Noel a Christmas Story by Christian Reid Are reprints of former pamphlets which will make excellent Reading during the holidays t the third pamphlet contains the excellent lec Ture on Modem problems delivered in Melbourne by Rev. C. A Martin tale so. The for East for december is issued in a new and attractive cover depicting the Assumption of the blessed Virgin. Among the Illust ated articles is the first of a new series some of our parishioners by Rev. Joseph p. Teary who mirrors the people among whom the missionary works in China. Another article gives an account of first Catho lic missionary John of Monte Cor wino. There Are several other articles of interest and the news from the missions qui Little Mission aries"., and. Other usual features Are As always interesting. Gedmund Burke s sufferings for a Faith which he not profess in Ujj death amidst wreckage of the Hopes of a lifetime 1 i by Denis Wynn a. Sole South australian rights held by the Suthera no. by rke.1729-1797. 1 although his Fame rests chiefly upon his advocacy _ off american rights his of Warren Hastings and against the French revelation Catholic. Emam citation was the. First cause to which Edmund Burke s amazing eloquence and ardor were devoted. All through his life he was a fear less Champion of the Catholic claims and his Cathy ii sympathies. Lost him his seat for Bristol then the second City of England. His philosophy of politics not less than his passionate hatred of injustice made him violently revolt against the Pena code. In toe British Constitution with its Magna Charta its representative government its gradual but unimpeded evolution he saw the embodiment of his own theories of Good government linking each Gene ration with a Noble heritage of al ways increasing value " to Burke s idealistic vision the penal code with its denial of j ustice and of elementary rights was the one atrocious blot upon an otherwise and Miracle system. Both Bis family relationships and his marriage gave him. Intimate experience of the sufferings of catholics his father s family in Ireland had conformed and he was always a sincere protestant himself. But his Mother a miss Nagle from Cork was a Catholic and managed to keep her daughter in the Faith though her three sons were brought up As protestants. And As a Young student in London Burke married a mis Nugent whose father was an Irish Catholic doctor settled in Bath. She also conformed but or. Nugent and his friends added to Burke s Many Catholic associations. And sympathies. In Ireland he had seen his Mother s relatives impoverished and forbidden. As catholics to educate their children even abroad. In. Eng land his father in Law was a Catho lic educated in Paris at great risk by. His parents who could not even practise Medicine with Security among his own people. These intimate personal experiences produced in Burke s intensely affectionate nature a fierce hatred of the penal code. Years afterwards he described it in an immortal let Ter As a machine of Wise and Ela borate contrivance and As Well fitted for the oppression impoverishment and degradation of a peo ple and the debasement in them of human nature itself As Ever proceeded from the. Perverted ingenuity of obtaining his first political appointment in 1761, As one of Hamilton staff in Dublin Cas Oburke set himself to master the whole system of Irish mis govern ment and he afterwards wrote is treatise on the anti papery Laws. After entering parliament in 1763, he became such a strenuous advocate of Catholic emancipation that his enemies called him a Jesuit in disguise. Keeping closely in touch with the Irish Catholic commit tee lie helped them so much that they presently voted him a gift of �300, which he declined. For years he pleaded then cause with matchless persuasion and ekr que Nee. When the lord George Gordon riots. Followed the English Catholic belief act in 17.78, he had to shelter in general Burgoyne s House from a maddened mob Bis constituents in Bristol not Shae his generous enthusiasms and his enemies slanders deprived him of his seat. But at the height of his Fame when he roused England against the French. Revolution his attacks on the atheist Republic were always mingled with appeals for Justice to the catholics who were the natural enemies of Jacobi ism. He pleaded passionately that Catholic Ireland must either Jie a Tower of strength against Jacobin ism or a hot bed for revolution if Justice was withheld. In 1791, the Irish catholics appointed his son As their political agent and Burke brought a his enthusiasm and Devotion to his Aid. But Richard Burke s incompetence compelled John Keogh to dismiss him and before Long the obstruction of Catholic Relief in Ireland produced the worst results that Burke had foretold. Old broken and surrounded by the wreckage of All his Hopes he died at Beaconsfield when the last phase of Catholic emancipation which he had helped so greatly was postponed for thirty years. We. Have received the. Report of the children s welfare and Public tee fief department for the yearn Eil june 30 1928. There was As might Hare been expected a Large increase in the Nui Aher of persons who received1 re Lief during the year the total being 24,551, As compared with 7.759 for tin previous year the latest smart footwear. I in. Newest styles and materials with Flat medium and High . 56 Rendle Street Entrance City fashions near Gawler place. Motteram s if 17 a i to a sir a n of whole what 1wt-sr0wn and sweetie wiil a elements Makar a. In Man toe hbeea1 off Jim Effie tense Mcew
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