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ARTS AND SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Home Companion and Band of Hope Journal — 27 July 1861

ARTS AND SCIENCE. THE temperature of rain, as it falls in summer, in England, is often about 72 degrees. The mcrcury was twice frozen in the thermometer this winter at Moscow-on the 18th and 25th of January. Mercury becomes solid at about 40 degrees below zero. One grain of metal, in a dilute solutioh bad fc^eu divided, under the microscope i into seventy thousand million parts, with no certainty that its ultimate limit of divisibility had been reached. OATTLE VERMIN DESTROYED. - M. Iteynal, professor at the Veterinary School of ^Ifort, proposes "benzine as a remedy against the vermin which attack sheep and other cattle. It is applied with a rag, and will not only destroy the enemy, but also prevent his return for a long time. SPECIFIC GRAVITY OF FRESH EGGS. The following facts have been establish ed by a series of experiments performed by M. J. Labiche, of Louviers. Newly laid eggs have not all the same specific gravity : placed in a solution of common salt, specific gravity 4060, ...

Publication Title: Australian Home Companion And Band Of Hope Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORRESPON DENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Home Companion and Band of Hope Journal — 27 July 1861

CORRESPON DENCE. The following letter has been received from one of our dear friend# in the country ;-the advice we give to many others similarly situated, is, " go thou and do likewise." To the Editor of the Australian Home Companion. My Dear Sir,-I hone I am in tune to cave my name from the black list, my subscription should have bee* paid long ago, but 1 ^as of opinion that J was not due all the amount; however, as I have formerly been a goo.; deal absent from home, and not having kept my account, I may be wrong, and I now send you £1, which will put mejyvo quarters in advance. You will acknow ledge the reccipt I suppose : trusting that you will foreive the delav. as it was through 110 bad feeling. G. J ***** * Agents in the country will please render their accounts to the end of September ; so that we may be able to complete the " Black List."

Publication Title: Australian Home Companion And Band Of Hope Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN AMUSING ANCETOE OF BABOONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Home Companion and Band of Hope Journal — 27 July 1861

AN AMUSING ANCETwTE OF BABOONS. A Cape baboon having taken off some clothes from the barracks, Lieut. Shipp found a party to recover them. He says, " with 2Q men I ma le a circuit off from the tavern, to which they always fled for shelter. They observed my movements, and detached about 50 to guard the entrance, the others kept their post. We , could see them collecting large stones and other missiles. An old grey headed one, who often paid us a visir at our. barracks, was seen distributing his orders as a general. We rushed to the attack when on a scream from him, they rolled down enormous stones upon us, so that we were forced to give up the con test.-SHEl-p's MEM. Can't you take your place in creation like the violet on the primros9, without j pomposity and yet without fear, a3 if it had been intended for you from tho beginning. SYDXEY SMITH, passing through a by street behind St. Paul's, heard two ] women abusing each other from opposite j houses. " Thejr will never agree" said |...

Publication Title: Australian Home Companion And Band Of Hope Journal, The
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DEVELOPMENT OF THE LUNGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Home Companion and Band of Hope Journal — 27 July 1861

DEVELOPMENT OF THE LUNGS. Much has been said and written upon diet, eating and drinking; but I do not recollect ever noticing a remark in any writer upon breathing or the manner of breathing. Multitudes, and especially ladies in easy circumstances, contract a destructive mode of breathing. They! suppress their breathing and contract the ! habit of short, quick breathing, not! carrying half-way down the chest, and I scarcely expanding the lower portions of the chest at all. Lacing the bottom of the chest also greatly increases this evil, i and confirms a bad liabbit of breathing, i Children that move about a good deal in i the open air, and are in no way laced,! breathe deep and full to the chest, and every part of it. So also with n.ost out- j door labourers and persons who take a ' great deal of exercise in the open air, be cause the lungs give us the power of action, and the more exercise we take, especially out of doors, the larger the lungs beceme the less liable to disease. In ...

Publication Title: Australian Home Companion And Band Of Hope Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
APPROACHING LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Home Companion and Band of Hope Journal — 27 July 1861

APPROACHING LAND SALES, Grown Lands have been proclaimed in the Government Gazette for sale at the undermentioned places and dates , Albury-Friday, 2ud August ; Anuidale -Monday, 19th August, Tuesday, 20th August ; Bathurst - Monday, 12th August, Monday, 2nd September ; liev rima-Saturday, 3rd August ; Boorowa Saturday, 3rd August; Bombala-Mon day, 26tli August, Tuesday, 27th August; Oassilis - Wednesday, 7th August; Cooma-Thursday, 15th August; Eden -Monday, 12th August, Monday, 19th vAugnst : Gosford-Saturday, 10th Al1ST*» Goulbouin-Wednesday, 4th Septeber ; Glen Innes-Monday, 5th august, Tues day, 6th august; Grafton-Wednesday, 4th September, Thursday, 5th Septem ber ; Gundagai-Friday, 6th September : Mudgee-Thursday, 1st August; Mon day, 26th August ;* Orange-Thursday, 8th August ; Panbula-Thursday, 1st , August; Scone-Saturday, 3rd August; Sydner-Thursday, 22nd August ; Turn* berumba-Friday, 23rd August; Tu mut-Friday, 23rd August ; Wagga Wagga-Saturday, 3lst August; Wee Waa-Th...

Publication Title: Australian Home Companion And Band Of Hope Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOO OONA. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY. CHAPTER V. NETTLEBY AND FOGGLETION 'PART COMPANY.' [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Home Companion and Band of Hope Journal — 27 July 1861

WOO NOONA. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY, BY F, 8. WILSON, CHAPTEK V. ^tRTL'EBir AND FOOOLKTON * PART COMPANY.' ?* In such a night, who feels not Heaven his friend to bless him with^a warm secure abode V* HXJBJHS Oil recovering Ms senses, Nettleby found himself doubled tip, in a very uncomfortable "position, among the vari ous articles of furniture the lumber-room contained; and feeling very sick and dizzy, he managed to extricate himself from his unpleasant posture, and sat down on the floor to compose Ms scattered intellects. The first thing he became aware of was, the fact of his head paining him severely, and that his hair was clotted into oro mass by the blood which must have . flowed 'very copiously from the wound: there were also several bruizes pn his body, caused no doubt by his sud den descent in the room, precipitated on to the old lumber. His first thought was to seek some mode of escape from his place of confinement, but this was a difficult, and, at first sight, an impracti cabl...

Publication Title: Australian Home Companion And Band Of Hope Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SKETCHES FROM HISTORY No. 1.—NAPOLEON BONAPARTE. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Home Companion and Band of Hope Journal — 27 July 1861

SKETCHES FROM HISTORY No. 1.-NAPOLEON BONAPARTE. CHAPTER The French revolution-Louis XV.-Fear of death - The royal lockiuaker-Robespierre-The guillo tine-The cruelties of the reign of terror. " You may see many a strange sight, George," continued uncle Morris, " in your journey through life ; but it is not likely that you will ever witness such a one as the French revolution ; and well it may be, too, if you never do ; for my ears tingle yet, when I recollect its atrocities. It seemed as if Providence had selected it as a spectacle for men and angels to contemplate, that they might see to what lengths of sin and misery his creatures would rush, if he withdrew his restraining hand I" " What was the cause of it all, uncle 7 " There were many causes at work together; but the first grand cauue of all, was no doubt the Almighty's dis pleasure at the sins of France, and thd other nations of Europe. The day of vengeance had been long withheld, in order to give space fcr repentance, but at ...

Publication Title: Australian Home Companion And Band Of Hope Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FACTS, FUN, AND FANCY [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Home Companion and Band of Hope Journal — 27 July 1861

FACTS, FUN, AND FANCY, A merchant entered his store in the morning, and f jund his boy Bobby attempting to throw all kinds of somersaults. "Wha;, are you aboat ?" asked the merchant, looking astonished at the evolutions of the boy. " Obligm' my girl," replied the almosi exhausted youth. " She's writ me a letter, and at the bottom of the page she said-turn over and oblige, and I've been going it for mor'n hai f-an-hour." THK love of ornament creeps slowly, but sureiy, into the female heart. A girl who twines the lilly in her tresses, and looks at herself in the clear stieam, will soon wish thai the lilly were faceless and the stream a mirror. We say let the young girl seek to adorn her beauty, if she be taught also to adorn her mind and heart, that she may have wisdom to direct her love of ornament in due moderation. A NEIGHBOURLY CORRESPONDKNCE.-"Mr. Thomson presents his compliments to Mr. Simp» son, and begs to request that he will keep his piggs from trespassing on his grounds." "...

Publication Title: Australian Home Companion And Band Of Hope Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POOR PAPPA. A Dialogue between Harry and his Mamma. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Home Companion and Band of Hope Journal — 27 July 1861

POOR P A P P A. A Dialogue between Harry and his Mamma. 41 Mamma," cried young Harry, do tell me, I pray, What makes dear papa so unhappy to day ; I met him just now, and said kiss me, pa, dear, He turn'd crossly round, and took hold of my ear. " Poor Charley, his dog and his pet, as you know, Came jumping and frisking, his welcome to show ; Pa gave him a kick-broke his;ribs*_I do think, The poor dog ran away crying out *' pen-and-ink." 44 Our servant Jemima, a very good maid, Let the fire burn low, and the dinner delay'd ; Darlinghurbt, 32nd July, 1861, Pa went in the kitchen to ask for the victuals, And upset the whole of the saucepans and kettles. " Ma, what is the matter ? do tell me, I pray, My heart is quite sad, I can't relish my play ^ Has he met with disasters, some terrible loss T Is he ill 1 is he crazy ! what makes him so cross V* " Hush, Harry I my darling," his mother replied, As she tenderly drew the sweet boy to her side J " The reason why papa is so bearish and gruf...

Publication Title: Australian Home Companion And Band Of Hope Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Notice to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Home Companion and Band of Hope Journal — 27 July 1861

JSotice to Correspondents. Mr. Mason having left Sydney, all communica tions to be addressed " Bancroft and Co., Com panion Offica," Sydney. Communications received, and respectfully declined.-A Song (by A. Wimble) ; A Lover's Dream Poem, (by Henrettu, Windsor) ; To....'.... (by T. White.) JOSEPH R., Yass.-When you write again for the press, use one side of the paper only. Your poem shall have insertion. G P. L.-Your weli-grounded complaint shall be properly attended to. We have had great trial* to contend with, but we can ; promise much for the future. A WELL-WISHEB.-It was an error which even printers are liable to However, it was rectified, and we can only express our sorrow that you received a wrong copy. We shall be only too happ> to send a corrected copy. The following amounts have been received : .AfcArthur, 10s; Bedford, 5s; Taylor, 20s; Stephens, 10s; Menzie, 5s ; Tysoe, 5s ; Thorley, 2s 6d ; Green. 2s 6d ; Johnson, 5s ; Forsyth, 20s; Acheson. 17s 6d ; Morgan, 5s ; Cowdr...

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CHAPTER XLI. The half—Brothers. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Home Companion and Band of Hope Journal — 27 July 1861

CHAPTER XLI. The half-Brothers. THE Old Court at the Old Bailey, If you have nerve for it, go and sit there, man of this world, ouce or twice every year. If you have to pay your . shilling for the gallery-five shillings, or ten, if anything " interesting '' is coming on-(it's a shame you should hard to do it), but pay it; it will be money well spent. If you are endowed with a good era mory, go half an hour before the judges come upon the bench, and, putting your hat under the seat (never mind the saw dust) lean on your stick, and remember I Think of all that those four gloomy walls have looked down upon, since they became walls! The lies, the perjuries, the tales of horror, the tears of woe, the livid cheeks* the broken hearts, the escapes of guilt, and (yes, sometimes, no doubt) the slaughter of tha innocent-(for even) Justice may be too blind* now and then, -think over it all, and be humbled for the nature you have a part in 1 Here, the valet who stabbed his noble master : here, t...

Publication Title: Australian Home Companion And Band Of Hope Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LIGHTS AND SHADOWS CHAPTER IX. Viscount Temple. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Home Companion and Band of Hope Journal — 27 July 1861

LIGHTS AND SHADOW 9 (Continued from page 300.) CHAPTER IX. Viscount Temple. Gay doings were expected in Bedford Row, in the house of Mr. Serle, for his eldest daughter. Charlotte, was about to be married to Walter St. G-eorge. There were several years' difference between his age and Charlotte's, but the attach ment had begun in her childhood. Miss Banesbury was there on a visit: she was to be one of the bridesmaids. It was the evening of a grand dinner party. The young ladies were up stairs, dressing, and Mrs. Serle was about to go up for the same purpose. She was a bustling manager, liked looking into things herself, had been very busy, and put off dressing, till the last minute, She bad a lot of silver forks in her hands, which she was about to take to the servants in the dining-parlor, but had stepped into the drawing-room first, for something she wanted there* Mr. Serle eame running up from the office, all in a hurry. "Harriet, ean you make room for another at dinner ? n "What a...

Publication Title: Australian Home Companion And Band Of Hope Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A BALLAD OF TANNA. (FROM A MS. LEGEND.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Home Companion and Band of Hope Journal — 27 July 1861

BALLAD OF TANNA. (FBOM A MS. LEGEND.) By HENBY KENDALL, SHE knelt by the Dead in her passionate grief, Beneath a weird forest of Tanna; She kissed the stern brow of her father and chief, And curst the dark race of Alkanna ! With faces as wild as the clouds in the rain, The sons of Kerrara came down to the plain, And spoke to the mourner, and buried the slain Oh! the Glory that died with Deloya! "Wahina,+ they whispered," Alkanna lies low, And the ghost of thy Sire hath been gladden'd, For the men of his people have fought with the foe Till the rivers of Warra are redden'd!" She lifted her eyes to the glimmering hill, Then spoke with a voice like a musical rill, " The time is too short; can I sojourn here still!"   Oh! the Youth that was sad for Deloya!   " Wahina, why linger," Annatanam said, "When the tent of a chieftain is lonely !   Tttere are others who grieve for the light that has fled, And one who exists for you only ?" "Go leave me," sh...

Publication Title: Australian Home Companion And Band Of Hope Journal, The
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ON THE DEATH OF HAVELOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Home Companion and Band of Hope Journal — 10 August 1861

ON THE DEATH OF HAVELOCK. _ IP "peaoe has victories, as well as war," It has it horrors too ; bulwarks decay, Manhood declines, and sinks in mere display, Till danger shows the rotting fools we are ; Checks wealth's contagion ere it spreads too far. 'Tis well some uninfected men had watched Though late requited,-and our sceptre snatched Ö, Wells Street, London. w - - When treason threatened to eclipse our star. Again restored, -we'll chide ourselves awhile^ For long neglect of heroes slain in state Disoard all coxcombs with imposing style, ' And learn the bearing of the truly great. Henceforth we'll search for men like Havelock Not build on sand, instead of steadfast rock. W. CAVE THOMAS.

Publication Title: Australian Home Companion And Band Of Hope Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COLONIAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Home Companion and Band of Hope Journal — 10 August 1861

COLONIAL NEWS. i Ono of the best contested rifle matches that have taken place since the inaugu ration of the Volunteer movement took place at the Randwick butts, on Saturday afternoon. Both prizes-an Enfiald riflo and a pair of duelling pistols-were won by Mr. Brownlow. James Dempsey, of Clarence-street, broke his leg on Sunday morning at Glebe Island. He was sitting on the bridge when a piece of timbar shifted ; and he was cast down. The Bev. Mr. Gorden has accepted a call to the Presbyterian Church a*. Sin gleton, in connection with the Synod of Eastern Australia. The Hawkesbury Volunteers are ma king preparations for the reception to the volunteers of Sydney, on the occasion of their expected visit when the Hawkes bury Company receive their colours. The Bev. Mr. Bird, of Cassilis, nar rowly escaped drowning on a recent occasion, when attempting to cross Hall's Creek. Several meeting have been held at Bichmond with a view to the organisa tion of a troop of Mounted Rangers. Severa...

Publication Title: Australian Home Companion And Band Of Hope Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SKETCHES FROM HISTORY No. 1.—NAPOLEON BONAPARTE.—Continued. CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Home Companion and Band of Hope Journal — 10 August 1861

SKETCHES FROM HISTORY No. 1.-NAPOLEON BONAPARTE.-Cmtiflued, CHAPTER IV. ... i í^ápqíeon's priée essay-The siege of Toulon The ofleer »nd the cannon ball-True bravery .JPhe war in Italy-The sleeping sentinel, &c. ?faß hext morning was a fair and á beautiful one; and, after breakfast, (Sfeorge gladly accompanied his uncle in á walk by the sea-shore/ Their road was very lovely. A small path along tt»e Foot of a range of lofty crags which form one side of Torbay. A slight wind served to crest with a fringe of foam, thé green waves that rolled towards the phore. Iri the offing were several vessels, their white canvass glistening in the sun ; while here and there, the progress of thine Steamer, in the distance, might be traced by the long column of smoke which it threw behind it. George walk ed lightly along, now and then stopping to ask his uncle the .name of some piece 6f seaweed, or pick up a pebble of more thàn ásuál beauty. Every thing around proclaimed With but powerful voic...

Publication Title: Australian Home Companion And Band Of Hope Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HINTS FOR HUSBANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Home Companion and Band of Hope Journal — 10 August 1861

HINTS FOR HUSBANDS. -4 Husbands, love your "Wives, and be not bitter against them. Dwell with them according to all knowledge, give honour to them as to the weaker vessel, and bring heirs together, of the grace of life. So ought men to love their wives as their own bodies. He that loveth his wife loveth himself. No man, can loy* himself, nor his wife, when he will go to the tavern, and spend his week's hard earnt wages for mm. Perhaps at the same time their is a wife and family, in deep distress, and perhaps half starred, ( and he will spend his money for that $$ich is not bread, and his labour for that which satisfieth not, for a Drunkard is never satisfied, no heart oan tell what ¿rpnWe a drunken husband is to a wife, but tfaose that have them, which are many* Woe |to that husband by whom a comfortable home is made miserable, «ad a family brought to shame and dis grace. My dear young readers, should any of you be placed in such circum stances, never forget your God. He has promise...

Publication Title: Australian Home Companion And Band Of Hope Journal, The
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RANDOM NOTES ON BEARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Home Companion and Band of Hope Journal — 10 August 1861

RANDOM NOTES ON BEARDS. -r-, TT has been calculated by a curious investigator, Withof, that the hair of the beard grows at the rate of one line and a half in a week. This will give a length of six inches and a half in the course of a year, and for a man of eighty years of age, twenty-seven feet, ; which have fallen before the edge of the razor. Such an amount of growth appears in nowise remarkable, when we learn from Ebie, that, in the* Prince's Court at Eidam, there is a full-length painting of a carpenter, whose beard was nine feet long, so that when engaged at work he was obliged to carry it in a bag. The hairs of different regions of the body of the Barn« individual present some degree of variety of dimensions. In the following table, the diameter of the hair of the head is given in the first lineas a standard of comparison: Man, Black. Head . . . . ^ of an inch. Beard . . . . 200 n Whiskers . . . 200 » Eyebrows . . ^ Eyelashes . . sJo » Tho ancient Romans suffered their beards ...

Publication Title: Australian Home Companion And Band Of Hope Journal, The
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"IN CAELO QUIES." [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Home Companion and Band of Hope Journal — 10 August 1861

"IN G M JJ O QUI ES." \*ftV^"V*' '/f IT is not Fear that fills my heart, Nor grief that I do sigh, I feel a weight I'll ne'er impart, That tells me I must die. What heavy load is mine to bear, And undeserved too, Wi o 'gs deep are mine, yet, wherefore fear? Death will all these subdue I Heart, undismay'd - tho* flattering, Bear on while yet you may, Let Slander live unaltering Why reek I what they say T Oh ! guileless Truth be near the bed Where I injsickness lie, Fort Macquarie. Support me Faith, let rae b(N<s5 -Sü^*^'"^ From Earth to Ileav'a-to die ! ~ ' Let bitter Sate that's " brought me low" Subdue itself to love, "In Heav'n there's Rest," to Heav'n I bow I seek a home above ! In thought I mount-angelic wings Seem round my bed to roam, A voice long dead, around me sings In cadance holy,-" durne I" I breathe a pray'r in Jean's name, (My " course is almost run") Secure in Faith-none will I blame, And now-" Thy will te done I" DELTA»

Publication Title: Australian Home Companion And Band Of Hope Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FACTS, FUN, AND FANCY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Home Companion and Band of Hope Journal — 10 August 1861

, FACTS, FUN, AND FANCY» IRISH WIT.-An Irishman being asked what hè came to Australia fork »aid, 'Is't what t came here for, you mane ? Arrah, by the powers ! you may be sure that it wasn't for want, for I had plenty of that at home.' MAKIN« SURR.-Captain N---, who lately arrived at Boston, when going up to the wharf, ordered an Irishman to throw over the buoy ; and going below a few minutes, he called to the Irishman, and asked him if he had t hi o wa tho buoy. 4 No,' said he, 41 could not catch the boy, but I threw over the old cook.' RESULT or FLATTERY.-An unsuccessful lover was asked by what means he lost his fair. * Alas !' cried he, * I flattered her until she got too proud to speak to me.' QUITE GROUNDLESS.-'I am happy, Ned, to hear the report that you have succeeded to a large landed property.' . And I am sorry, Tom, to tell you that it is groundless.' AN ACID DROP.-41 don't know where that hoy got his bad temper-not from me, I'm sure,' * No, my dear, for I don't perceive yo...

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