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Agents. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 1 March 1856

-f Agents. t The Band of Stone Review may be obtained at-> W STEVENS, CircaIating Librarr, 170, I'ilt-street WOOLCOTT and CLARKB, George-street PARDON and CO., next Empire Office J. L. ROSS, 135, George-street MRS. BROWN* Market-street, opposite Market J. G. CROUCH, Toy Bazaar, George-street T. j,US?Y, 338, Brickfield-hUl ' V PRATT, Chemist, 48, Parramatta*-street W. STONE, South Head Road T, MUNKO, corner of Stanley and Yurong streets BEDFERtf-Richardson, Bancroft BALM AIX--JE. Ramsay, and J. J. Glassop PYRMONT-Tebbutt WEST MAITLAXD-lffN Blair, Statioowr. NEWTOWN- Mr. Webber. Or, at the Publisher's, 77, Gloucester-street,Cliarch bill.

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Temperance Pioneers Onward[?] Fear Not. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 1 March 1856

Temperance Pioneers Onward \ Fear Not. Ho * ye who start a noble scheme, For general good designed Ya workers in a cause that tends To benefit yonr kind Mark out the path ye fain would tread, The game ye mean to play, And, if it be an honest one, Keep stedfast on your way. Although ye may not gain at once The points ye most desire, Be patient-time can wonders work Plod on, and do not tire; Obstructions, too, may crowd your path, In threatening, stern array, . Yet flinch not! fear not!-they may prove Mere shadows in your way. Meanwhile there's work for you to do. Stand not despairing by Let " Forward" be the move ye make, Let " Onward" be your cry ; And when success has crown'd your plans, 'Twill all your pains repay, To gee the good your labour's don *: Then droop not on your way!

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOYS! NEVER SMOKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 1 March 1856

BOYS! NEVER SMOKE. TOBACCO has spoiled and utterly ruined thousands of boys, inducing a dangerous precocity, developing the passions, soft ening and weakening the bones, and greatly injuring the spinal marrow, the brain, and the whole nervous fluid. A boy who early and freely smokes, or otherwise largely uses tobacco, never is known to make a man of much energy ! of character, and generally lacks physical and muscular as well as mental energy. To people older, who are naturally nervous, and particularly the phelgmatic, p tobacco, may be comparatively harmless, but even to these it is worse than useless. We would particularly warn boys who strive to be any body in the world to shun tpbacco as a deadly poison.

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COURAGE OF DRINK. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 1 March 1856

COURAGE OF HHNK. Brink makes men brave, yes, brave enough to walk along a railway line that the engine passes over, and lay down -and go to sleep upon the Tails, and let it come and tear them to pieces. A day or two ago a man who had been drinking was seen walking along the Parramatta Bail way. A person who warned him of his danger, asked him where he was going, and tried to per suade him to take the proper road, but he said that he knew now to take care of himself, and that ne&t time ho came he would bring his wife with him to take care of him; but he never came again. The next time he was seen on the same night, he was crushed to pieces, his head torn off, and laying by itself between the rails, his arms and other parts of his body strewn along the line for nearly two miles. How terrible must that drink be that takes away men's reason, and makes the*i reckless of their lives: this man is but one of its many victims. We notice it from its appalling nature, and pass by unnot...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Oh! Grave where is thy Victory! [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 1 March 1856

Oh! Grave where is thy Victory! | ±ne prince ot tbls world sometimes holds the spirit captive till in a few more hours it would be his for ever ; but when his prize^ seems most secure and death advances with a steady aim, it is snatched from his grasp and numbered with the redeemed, and that by the instrumentality of a fellow mortal. One living in donbt, and near to death was pressed about a week ago to accept salY^tictj* she prayed, rejoiced in its possession and departed. The fol lowing lines* were written and sent to us by ihe sister of him who had been the means of her conversion.] Lines upon the Death of a Lady. She has gone! she has goneTirom this land of toil, She has gone to the land ol the free; She has gone to join with the ransomed blest; And will with her Saviour be. Death has been here and done his work, And has nothing left but clay, The spirit's gone from whence it came, To realms of endless day. She's happy now 1 she's happy now, Her pain and grief are o'er, Temptati...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOLD DUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 1 March 1856

JG0ID BtrST. ; Calmness of will is a sign of grandeaf. ' A sleepless bed is a haunted place. We neveHivet-*^Of|ly hope to live. Ink is the black sea on which thonght rides at anchor. He who has nothing to do has no business to live. Many have felt the lash lipon their hocks for want of a bridle upon tlieir tongues, Nature is the soul of art. A word spoken pleasantly is a large spot of Bunshine on a sad heart. Tbe child that thinks at all, thinks like a poet. Ideas generate ideas; like a potatoe, "which, cat in pieces, reproduces itself in a midfciplied form. Tbe defects of great men are the consolation of the dunces. . Youth is the vernal season of life, and the blossoms it then ptri* forth are indications of those future fruits which are to be gathered iu the succeeding periods. Virtue, like a dowerless beauty, has more ad mirers than followers. Virtue is made for difficulties, and grows stronger and brighter for such trials. Judgment is the throne of prudence, and silence is its s...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 1 March 1856

WINDSOR COMMERCIAL SCHOOL. LIMITED TO TWELVE BOARDERS AND EIGHTEEN DAY PUPILS. TERMS for a Sound English Education, comprising* Spelling, Reading t Grammar, Geography, History, Writing, Arithmetic, and Book-keeping by Single and Double Entry, Exchange in Foreign Monies, &c., &c., &c. IN ALL CASES "PAYABLE QUARTERLY IN ADVANCE Separate Classes art also formed for the Classics, latin, French, Italian, Drawing and Surveying, each One Guinea per Quarter extra. " In addition to a Liberal Commercial Education, Embracing History, Geography, Writing and Arithmetic, Exchange in Foreign Monies, Book-keeping by single and double entry, are by a phasing and interesting course of oral instruction, prepared for the various branches of Literature, ike Professions, the Arts and Sciences. They are tanght practically to apply what they learn j and made competent for any business, the c°aj)ting-houae, the bank, government, and other offices. The formation of character* habits, ...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BAND OF HOPE BOTS DO TOUR DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 1 March 1856

BAND OF HOPE BOTS DO TOUR DUTY. A BOY in Sydney, who had joined a Band of Hope, and whose father was a drunkard, was asked by his mother, last month, (Jan. 1856), to go and fetch him home. The boy looked at her and said," Mother I am ashamed to own him for my father, and I should be more ashamed to go into the parlour of the public house and let the men see there that he was my father. I will not go." The mother looked at her boy with pride mingled with sorrow and resolved that from that time forward intoxicating liquor should not pass her lips. The father shortly afterwards came home of his own accord, the mother told him what her son had said, it seemed to make a deep impression on his mind, he said nothing at the time, but for weeks afterwards he had not tasted drink. THE way to bring ourselves with easy to a contempt of the world, is to think daily of leaving it.

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RICH MILK. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 1 March 1856

EICH KILE. A iiAB, delivering milk, was asked wfcrat n&de it so warm. " I don't know," replied be, with much simplicity," unless they put in warm water instead of cold."

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MY FATHERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 1 March 1856

117 FATHERLAND. I've awn bright shoreg of the distant sea, And many a sunny strand ; But none of them can compare with thee* Beloved Fatherland. Thy frowning rocks and mountain steeps,^ Clothed in eternal snows, Whence ihe stormy wind of winter sweeps, And the roaring torrent flows. Whilst treading alone the rocky path By the trickling mountain rills, My soul would rise on the wings of feitb To the everlasting hills. Land of the Crown and Covenant I Where the blood of martyrs shed Was but the seed of a purer church With Christ for its living head. Farewell,. farSwell, for never mora Thy shores shall meet mine eye, Uuless it be in the dreams- of night* Like a vapour floating by. Graves of my fathers, where their dust In peaceful safety lies, Waiting the resurrection morn* Immortal then to rise. Farewell, farewell, for I shall1 lie Beyond the distant sea; . And round my lowly tomb the breeze' Will sigh in the banyan tree. But welcome, India! Fairest spot Of ali God's beautious earth \...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
American Indians. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 1 March 1856

American Indians* At the first arrival of tire Europeans in America, it teas not uncommon to find Indians, ho were above 100 years old. They lived frugally aipd drank pure water. Brandy, rum, wine, and all the other strong liquors were ut terly unknown to them. But since the chris tians have taught them to drink these liquors, and the Indians have found them too palatable, those who cannot resist their appetites hardly r *acb half the age of their parents.

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Am I to blame, Mother?" [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 1 March 1856

"Am I to blame* Mother^* A LAD some years ago, joined the Temperance Society. The father and mother, t»ho werd what are called moderate drinkers, were dis pleased with him. The hoy said nothing for some time, but bore patiently the chidings of his"' mother. At length, he undertook to vindi cate his Conduct i v " Am 1 to blame, mother ? Sister Mary has married a drunken husband, who abuses her every day. Sister Susan's hus band was intemperate, and has gone off, and left her, and you are obliged to take her home, and take lare of her children. Brother James 'comes home drunk every night. And because I have joined the cold water company, £nd you. are likely to have one sober person irFtfie-family^ you are scolding- at me ! Am I to blrffteF^ : '

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BEE-HIVE USED AS A SIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 1 March 1856

THE BEE-HIVE USED AS A SIGH. AT Abington, a town of BerKsnire, m England, I have seen a Public House, ?* whioh bad for its sign a Beehive. The "landlord's name was a Honey." The sign bore the following poetry. k< Within this Hive, we are all alive, Good liquor makes us fufcny, If your are dry, step in and try The virtue of the Honey." The advocates of temperance and Apbriety, reversed the poetry, and made It dppear more respectable, by wording it thus. " Within this hive we are dead alive, Bad liquor makes us funny, If you are dry, step in, we'll try To ease you of your ipdney. To uae the sign the Bee-hive as a sign of industry is not an improper thing, btrt to usejt as a sign iudicative of drunk eness is '{fernicious. In the third num bet of "The Australian Band of Hope Review," is published a picture of a Bee-hi\e with, six bees on the ifcing around it. Over the Hive sgft printed three words. The Hive, the Bees, the words, caught my attention for I am fond of Bees. " Ri...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BAND OF HOPE INTELLIGENCE. BATHURST STREET BAND OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 1 March 1856

BAND OF HOPS INTELLIGENCE. BATHUR8T STREET BAND OF HOPE. MR. PEMEL gave his exceeding interest-" ing Bible Illustrations to a large "Juvenile Audience; last Thursday week. Last Thursday, a lecture on Alcohol, by Mr. Crouch, occupied the evening. Next Thursday March 6th, Mr. if. ff." Palmer will give a second lecture on the Australian Aborigines. On Thursday March 13th, Exercises in Temperance Melodies, conducted hy 'i Mr* Davis. * PYRMONT BAND OP HOPE. It is with great pleasure we report the formation of another Band of Hope en titled " The Pyrmont Band of Hope," commenced in connection with the Wes leyan Sabbath School there. Mr. Tebbut, the president of the school, is taking an active part in the affair. The first lecture in connection with the above will be given by the Rev. Dr. Fullerton, on Thursday evening, March 6th 5 subject-Temperance. We would press upon the notice of all conductors of schools in Sydney and elsewhere, the necessity.of early making arrangements for forming ...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REDFERN BAND OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 1 March 1856

feEDFfiftN £AND OP HOPE. MR. MILLS delivered a lecture on Chem istry, on Friday February 22nd, illustra ted by experiments. The lecture was suspended on theldth in consequence of Church Meeting. Next Friday, March tth, Mr. Jenkins wiU deliver a lecture on History.

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POISON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 1 March 1856

POISON. A LITTLE boy, four years old, wandered from liis home, one day, to a field where some men were at woik. There he found a bottle of spirits, of which he drank free)y. When found, lie was lying on the ground, unable to speak. He was carried home to his mother, the doctor was sent for; but he could do nothing for the poor boy. He remained stupid till evening, and then died. The rum h^d poisoned him. Not a great while before this, his father was drowned in a fit of intoxication. *' Touch not, taste not, handle not."

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DRUNKARD AND HIS GOAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 1 March 1856

THE DRUNKARD AND HIS GOAT. A PERSON habituated to the wieked practice of spending money aud getting drunk at a Public House, on one of his visits thither was followed hy his goat into the house, where he resorted to drink with several companions. Sotne of them played their evil pranks upon? the animal, gave it beer, and made, it ., drunk. The result was the goat w^uld ^ follow its master to the Public Ho^se a$ $ before * but it never afterwards C out a foot over the sill of the doat. The, goat was wiser than its master. | History of South Wales.

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIVE MINUTES TOO LATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 1 March 1856

FIVE MINUTES TOO LATE, " When a child, I was . scolded for being too late at school; when a boy, I was cuffed and kicked for being too late at my work; and when a man, I was turned away for being behind my time on a particular occasion when my services were wanted. " My uncle Jonathan was well to do in the world, and as his nephews ^ero his nearest relations, we had reason tp expect that his property would come among us. He bad, however, one pecu liarity, which effectually shut his door against me. He never was five minutes too late in an appointmoat in his life, and: thought most contemptuously of those who were. I really believe that I was a bit of a favourite with him until my unfortunate failing justly offended him. " He had occasion to go a journey, and I was directed to be with him at seven in the morning, to carry his portmanteau to the coach. Alas! I was 'Five minutes too late/ and be had left the house. "Knowing his particularity, I hur ried after him, and running till I co...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 1 March 1856

REVIEW. gurre kamilaroi; or KamUaroiSayingsj by William Ridley, missionary. With engravings, by W. Mason. This is the title of a nicely printed, and neatly illustrated, little book, con taining a number of wards and sentences in the language spoken by those abori ginal natives of Australia who reside " along the ttatqoi River, on part of the Bundarra and Balua, and 200 miles of the Barwan (or Darling) 5 also on Li verpool plains, and about the head of the Hunter." Tiie work is intended as a first-lesson book for the blacks them selves ; and has a key affixed, showing the way to pronounce the words, and giving their meaning in English; and the writer believes " that apy one who carefully reads through this key, especially the first two pages, will be able to pro nounce the foregoing Kamilaroi sentences and teach the aborigines to read them. Many of the aborigines, especially the young men, are very quick at learning to read." We would heartily recommend this little book to our young ...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COUHSELS FOR THE YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 1 March 1856

COUHSEtfl FOB THEYOtTNO. ! Never be cast down by trifles. If a ? spider breaks his thread twenty times, twenty times will he mend it again. Make up your mind to do a thing, and you will do it. Fear not if trouble came upon you; keep up your spirit though the day be a dark one. Troubles never last for erer; The darkest day will pass away. If the sun is going down, look up at stars; if the earth is dark, keep your eyes on heaven. With God's presence and God's promises, a map or child may be cheerful. Never despair when fog's in the air, A sunshiny morning comes without warning. Mind what you run after. Never bfe content with & bubble that will burst, or a firework that will end in smoke and darkness. Get that which you can keep, and which is worth keeping. ? Something sterling, that trill stay ' When gold and siifer paw away. ?: - Fight hard against a hasty temper; anger will come, but resist it stoutly. A spark may set a house on fire. A fit if passion may give you cause to m...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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