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RELIGIOUS RECEPTION. On Trinity Sunday. MayjjftOtli, 185$, nPHE solemn and sacred ceremony of the Religious Reception of four Postulants of the i- Convent of the Sisters of Mercy at Auckland, Miss Lany, (called in Religion Sister Mary Francis Regis) ; Miss Youel, (called in Religion Sister Mary Claret; Miss Maxwell, (called in Religion Sister Mary Austin) ; Miss Bush, (called in Religion Sister Mary Francis de-Sales); took place in St. Patrick's Cathedral. The ceremony was performed hy the Right Rev. Dr. Pompallier the venerated Bishop of Auckland, assisted hy the Very Rev. James McDonald, Vicar-General, as Assistant Priest, the Rev. Joseph Garavel (Deacon), and Rev. Michael O'Hara (Sub-Deacon), the Rev. Edward Cleary of Onehunga, together with the Students of St. Mary's College, were present on the above memorable occasion. At the appointed hour His Lordship, vested in Golden Cope, Mitre, and Crazier, accompanied by His sacred Ministers, the Vicar-General, Clergy, and the Students of the College came in procession from the Vestry to the High Altar, where all genuflected, and after offering to Almighty God the usual prayer, His Lordship proceeded to His Episcopal Throne, awaiting the arrival of the Religious thirteen in number, who came in procession, followed hy the four Postulants', the latter clothed in a secular dress of the richest description. After the blessing of the Candles, which were given to each of the Postulants, his Lordship delivered a most eloquent and pathetic discourse on Christian Abnegation, taking for his text these words, from PltovEßßS— "The Lord, hath made all things for Himself." The excellent Choir of the Cathedral, (under the able direction of the Sisters of Mercy), sane the several portions of the ceremony with superior taste and skill. Notwithsanding the inclemency of the day, there was present a large and respectable congregation ; a liberal collection was made in aid of the Orphanage and religious establishments of the bisters of Mercy. The holy and imposing ceremony on this occasion, together with his Lordship's fluent and persuasive discourse will no doubt, make a lasting impression of piety and religion on the numerous faithful who had the great happiness of being present.

AUCKLAND DISPENSARY Pillion —His Excellency the Governor. Chairman of Committee of Management —His Honor the Superintendent. Vice-Chairman —Mr. Wm. Bracey. Treasurer —Mr. Sauerbier. Jlo/t. Secretary —Mr. Jas. Dry. Members of Committee — Rev. J. F. Lloyd, Mr. Bridgman, Rev. J. Thornton, Mr. Michael Keiley, Mr. J. T. Boylan, Mr. Fredk. lizard, Mr. Jas. Gilberd, Mr. ('adman, Mr. S. A. Wood, Mr. T. Law, Dr. Stratford, Mr. D. Burn. Medical Attendant—Dr. T. W. Shioll. LIST or SUISSCKIHKHS.—AMOUNTS RECEIVED. £ *. (1. X 8- (1.

Bain, Grahamc & Co. 22 Barr, Mr. 0 10 Bartley Mr. 10 Bell, Mr. Dillon 22 Black, Mrs. 0 10 Bracey, Mr. 1 1 Brathwaito, Mrs. 22 Bridgman, Mr. 1 0 Brodie, Mr. 1 0 Brown, Mr. J. 1 1 Browne, His Ex. Col. Gore ") 0 Brownc.Mrs.Gorc 5 0 Buckland, Mr.A. 22 Burn, Mr. 1). 10 Burasido & Co. 22 Cadman, Mr. l o Chirk, Mr. A. I 0 Coleman, Mr. 1 0 Council and Rfdings 1 l Cummins, Mrs. 0 10 Dover. Mr. 1 1 Dry, Mr. 1 1 Ellis, Mr. 1 1 Ewen, Mr. W. 22 Fairburn, Mr. 1 0 Forsaith, Mr. S. I o Foroaitb, Mr.T. l l Francis, Mr. 0 5 Friend, a 0 10 Friend Mr.Ceo. 1 1 George, Mr. J. 010 George, Mr. R 010 Gilberd.Mr. J. l 1 Gilfillan, Mr. l 0 Gorric, Mr. 1 <> Gorrie, Mr. J. 010 Graham, Mr. G. 0 10 Graham, Mr. G. S.O 10 Graham, Mr. J. 1 1 Halyday, Mr. 1 l Hampshire, Mr. 0 5 Hardington, Mr. 1 0 Havdon, Mr. o 5 Hicks, Mr. 0 5 .Johnston, Mr. T. 1 0 Jones, Mr. S. 0 10 Keilcy, Mr. M. 1 1 Kennedy, Mr. 1 0 i) Llodd, Rev. Mr. 1 1 0 o Lorrigan, Mr. 010 0 0 Maborlev. Mr. 010 0 0 Macky, Mr. T. 1 l 0 o Marsh, Mr. I 0 0 n \reKlu-.;.., Mr l i <• o McLaughlin,Mirf 0 10 0 0 Mears, Mr, o 10 0 0 King. Mr. 0 In 0 0 Kissling, Rev. Mr.l 1 0 0 Knight, Dr. 1 0 0 Law, Mr, T. l 1 0 0 Miller. Mr. 0 5 0 0 Motion, Mr. W. 1 1 0 0 Oliver, Mr, 1 0 0 0 O'Neill, Mrs. 1 0 0 0 Otto, Mr, A. 0 .') 0 0 Fetschlcr, Mr. 1 10 o Probert, Mr. o 10 o o Richardson, Mr. o 5 u Richmond, Mrs. 1 1 (> o Robertson, Mr. P.O r> 0 0 Saucrbier, Mr. I 1 0 0 Schcidel, Mr. 0 10 0 o Shalders, Mr. o 100 0 Shchan, Mrs. 0 10 C 0 Short,Mr.T. l 1 0 0 Sims, Mr. 1 0 0 0 Smallfield, Mr.G. 1 1 0 0 Smith, Mr. SsMrs.l 0 0 0 Stafford, Mr. 22 o 0 Steele, Mrs. 1 I 0 U Steward, Captain 22 0 0 Sutherland, Mr. 0 5 o o Tattersall, Mr. o 5 0 0 Thick, Miss 1 0 0 0 Thomas, Mr. u 2 G 0 Thornton, Rev. J. 1 l o o Thcard, Messrs. & 6 Co. 1 1 0 (i Tizard. Mrs. i 1 0 i) Turrell, Mr. 0 10 0 0 "Waite, Mr. J. 1 0 0 o Webster, Mr. 0 10 0 0 Whitakcr, Mr. 22 0 0 Williamson, J., 0 His Honor 10 10 0 0 Wood, Mr. S. A. 1 1 • 0 Wilson, Mr. W.C.I 1 0 U 0 Total £lO6 14 0 Dispensary House : —High-street, nearly opposite; the Police Barracks. Hours of attendance from 9 to 11 o'clock ou the mornings of Mondays Wednesdays, and Fridays. Further .subscriptions will be thankfully received by any member of the Committee. PRICES CURRENT AT CANNING'S MACHINE BISCUIT MANUFACTORY, SHORTLAND CRESCENT. per 100 lbs. per lb Cabin Biscuit, 28s. Picnic Biscuits ... Is. Od Pilot ditto 265. Mixed ditto Is. Gd. Ship ditto 245. Spice Nu«s is. 6d. per lb. Briers Is. 9d. Abernethy ditto... Bd. Cracknells 2s. OdCaptains'ditto Bd. Lemon Drops ... 2s. 3d. Wiueditto lOd. Biscuit Powder... Is. Gd. Water Crackers.. lOd. Packed in canisters containing 2lbs„ 511)5., 71bs, 9lbs., l-llbs., and l'Jlbs. ; and being kiln-dried, arc warracled to keep sweet and crisp in any climate, aud during the. longest voyage. At Canning's Confectionery, a continual supply of Brides' Cakes, Birth-day Cakes, Christening Cakes, Ornamental Supper Cakes, Sec , &c. Also, superior flavoured Calvcs'-foot Jelly, for invalids, in bottles, Is. fid., 2s. fid., 4s. 6d., and ss. fid. Balls, Wedding and Supper Parties supplied at usual moderate charges. WIIA R F MIL L„ THORNTON, SMITH & FIRTH'S Price Current. Pine Flour (Crown brand) Seconds Sharps Bran Crushed Wheat j (for horse feed) ... | Wholesale £\H HP ton 20s. .[J' 100 lbs. £ls do. 17s. do. £9 do. lis. do. Is. 3d. <IP busl. Is. Gd. <ft J busl. 6s. fid. W busl. 7s. (Jf busl. of of 56 lbs. 56 lbs. Sacks charged till returned.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, New Zealander, Volume XIV, Issue 1265, 2 June 1858

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