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A Banker in Russia. [Newspaper Article] — The Band of Hope Journal and Australian Home Companion — 22 May 1858

% ^anlur in ^nssin. A Rica foreigner, named Sutherland, I naturalised in Russia, was banker to I the court, and in. high favour with the empress. He was roused one morning by the information that his house was surrounded by guards, and that Reliew, the Minister of Police, desired to speak with hitn. This person entering without further cere mony, at once announced his errand. u Mr. Sutherland," said he, " I am charged by my gracious sovereign with the execution of a sentence, the severity of which both astonishes and grieves me ; and I am ignorant as to how you can so far have excited the resentment of her majesty." , " I am as much in the dark as yourself," replied the banker; "but what are your orders?" "I have not courage to tell you," said Reliew. " Have I lost the confidence of the empress?" inquired the banker. u If that were all you would not see me troubled," said Reliew; "con fidence may return-position may be restored." Am I to be sent back to my own country ? or, good hea...

Publication Title: Band Of Hope Journal And Australian Home Companion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DAWN OF BETTER DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Band of Hope Journal and Australian Home Companion — 22 May 1858

THE DAWN OF BETTER DATS We are informed that the Wesley an Book Committee are in treaty for the hire of a part of the Criterion Hotel, for their Book Dep6t and publishing office of a monthly newspaper, which they con" template establishing. The gentleman who is now the propiietor of the building has determined upon not re-letting it as an hotel.

Publication Title: Band Of Hope Journal And Australian Home Companion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AN EXAMPLE WORTHY OF IMITATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Band of Hope Journal and Australian Home Companion — 22 May 1858

AN EXAMPLE WORTHY OF IMITA TION. WITH much pleasure we make the follow ing extract from report of teetotal meeting in Illawarra Mercury, and we would heartily say to every minister of religion in the land, " Go thou, and do likewise "The REV. HAJTS MACK then stood forward, remarking, that he felt himself in a false position* for not being a teeto taller, it wotild hardly be eipected he would say much about it; however, as he wished to say a few words, he would ask first to be introduced to the pledge-book. (Loud greetings of approval.) Having signed the book, the rev. speaker went on to say, that it was not because he was the greatest drunkard, that he was the first to sign. He regarded himself as in possession of a Divine principle, that enabled him to keep a consistent course in regard to drink, as to every other duty; but, because this was the greatest of all evils, he thought he was doing right to set the example, especially as he knew that some of his own church mem' bers made ...

Publication Title: Band Of Hope Journal And Australian Home Companion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — The Band of Hope Journal and Australian Home Companion — 22 May 1858

CHAPTER V. "'Tis past-that fearful trial A few short sufferings yet-and death shall be As a bright messenger from heaven to thee." ON leaving our fashionable residence all the best furniture had been pri vately disposed of, the domestics dis charged, and the style in which we lived utterly relinquished. Mrs. Wil loughby found constant occupation in the charge of her little son ; and I endeavoured to avert by increased activity, a sBnse of their privations from falling on these truly amiable sisters. Day by day added to the doctor's degradation; he was inces santly intoxicated ; the struggles against his besetting sin were less earnest. He was now excluded from the scenes of his former temptations-not the low tavern, but the private and public dinner tables-the pressing invitation to take a glass of wine and a little bit of cake, uttered by fair and elegant women, perhaps foremost in the van of the charitable and good. He had fallen when danger was least apparent, and therefore invid...

Publication Title: Band Of Hope Journal And Australian Home Companion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gardening. BROCOLT. [Newspaper Article] — The Band of Hope Journal and Australian Home Companion — 22 May 1858

<§arkimtg. BROCOLt. This is not a profitable crop, as it is Some time growing, and impoverishes the ground. It is planted in rows, a yard wide; and lettuces may be planted between them while the brocoli is young. BRUSSELS SPROUTS. Thijf is one of the cabbage tribe. The sprou ts should be broken off sharp early Su the morning. The seed is very apt to grot inoculated, but when good, may be k^pt to for several years. CABBAGE. This being an exhausting crop requires plcut-y of manure. The early York sugar loaf, Varliack, Broinpton, and non pareil, flourish well in the colony. The two first are quick of growth and body. The plants Bhould be drawn of an even ing, and immediately sown, water heing poured into the hole at the time. They are in season all the year. CAULIFLOWER. One of the most delicate of the cabbage tribe. The royal white and Wacharan are the best for colonial use.

Publication Title: Band Of Hope Journal And Australian Home Companion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CURE FOR RHEUMATISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Band of Hope Journal and Australian Home Companion — 22 May 1858

CUBE FOR RHEtfMAtfSM* A correspondent of the Medical Circular Vouches for the relief he has experienced in the liberal use of lime (or fresh lemon) juice while labouring under the par oxysms of rheumatism. By repeated indulgence in the above simple acid for the space of three days, avoiding all stimu lating liquids, the most confirmed rheu matism will, he says, relax, and the tone of the muscular and nervous system will be restored to its usual character. THE inhabitants of Canterbury, Hew Zealand, passed a resolution some time back, that all discharged sol liers who hare served in the Russian War, or their widows, shall be presented with 30 acres of Waste land in the province, provided they shall appear in person Within three years to claim it. Mr. M. NOAH, a Jew, who was a candi date for the office of Sheriff of New York^ was objected to on the ground that he was a Jew, and that it would be unseemly for One of his persuasion to have the hanging of Christians. " Pretty Christians,"...

Publication Title: Band Of Hope Journal And Australian Home Companion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Intelligence. Band of Hope Meetings. BATHURST STREET. [Newspaper Article] — The Band of Hope Journal and Australian Home Companion — 22 May 1858

fnfdligtntt fani of Jajit gltctinp. BATtftJRST STREET?. THE trial of John Barleycorn by this Band of Hope took place on the 12th instant, in the Hall of the School of Arts, before a full meeting, consisting chiefly of young people. The parts were, without exception, well taken, which enhanced, its interest, and the greatest attention was manifested during its recital which lasted two hours. At the regular meeting in Bathurst street, on the following evening, one of the members entrusted with the arrange ments handed over to the treasurer the sum of <£9, as the proceeds of the trial, which reduces the debt to £2.

Publication Title: Band Of Hope Journal And Australian Home Companion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Children's Portfolio. A YOUTHFUL MARTYR. [Newspaper Article] — The Band of Hope Journal and Australian Home Companion — 22 May 1858

%\i Cjjtforat's |)artfolto. A YOUTHFUL MARTYR. A very touching incident is related of a young ensign, in India,, who received the crown of martyrdom on the day of Colonel Neill's arrival: " When the wretched 6th regiment mutinied at Allahabad am' murdered their officers, ajj. ensign, only sixteen years of age, who was left for dead among the rest, escaped in the darkness to a neigh bouring ravine, Here he found a stream, the waters of which sustained his life for four days and nights. Although despe rately wounded, he contrived to raise himself into a tree during the night for protection from wild beasts. Poor boy! he had a high commission to fulfil before death released him from his sufferings. On the fifth day he was discovered, and dragged by the brutal sepoys before one of their leaders to have the little life left in him extinguished. There he found another prisoner, a Christian catechist, formerly a Maliomedan, whom the sepoys were endeavouring to torment and terrify into a re...

Publication Title: Band Of Hope Journal And Australian Home Companion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
June. [Newspaper Article] — The Band of Hope Journal and Australian Home Companion — 22 May 1858

Irtttt. Sow a principal crop of early peas, also Windsor and mazagan beans; sow two crops of cauliflowers, mustard and ct'ess, early horn carrots, prickly spinach, and cabbages# Earth up artichokes, celery, beans, &c., if the weather is dry; trans plant cauliflowers, onions, leeks, cabbages, eschalots, artichokes, &c , and give a win ter dressing to the latter. Manure and trench a» much of the vacant ground as possible ;. the remainder of the soil should be turned over in order to sweeten it.

Publication Title: Band Of Hope Journal And Australian Home Companion, The
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NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Band of Hope Journal and Australian Home Companion — 22 May 1858

NOTICES. J. C.-Received. L. II. R., if ei bourne.-Received £5. J. G. WM Kiama. -Received £3 10«. 4ti. Sidney : Printed by F. M, STOKES, 205, Georgu streut North.

Publication Title: Band Of Hope Journal And Australian Home Companion, The
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Selections. TAKING IT EASY. [Newspaper Article] — The Band of Hope Journal and Australian Home Companion — 22 May 1858

Stations. TAKING IT EA.SY. A CaIJTF3rnia paper tolls the following [ Story of Lieutenant Derbj*, " John Phce- 1 nix," the humourist -" One eveumo: nt the Theatre, Phoenix observed a n«.n sitting three seats in front whom he thought he knew. He requested the person next to him. to punch the other individual With his cane, the polite stranger did so, and the disturbed person turning his head & little, dis covered his mistake--that he was not the person he took him for. Fixing his attention stedfastly on the play, and affecting unconsciousness Of the Whole Affair, he left the man with the cane td settle for the disturbance, who being without an intelligible excuse, there was* of course, a ludicrous scene, during which, Phoenix was profoundly interested in the l>lay. - At last the man with the cane asked rather indignantly4 4 Didn't you tell me to poke that man with my stick ?' 4 Yes ' said Phoenix. ? Well what did you Want?' 'I wanted to see if you'd do it.'"

Publication Title: Band Of Hope Journal And Australian Home Companion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Band of Hope Journal and Australian Home Companion — 22 May 1858

NEW SOUTH WALES. May 13th.-Mr. Druery delivered a lecture on. " Hydraulics and Pneumatics " to a large audience. Fourteen signed at the close of the meeting.

Publication Title: Band Of Hope Journal And Australian Home Companion, The
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THE ALLIANCE BAND OF HOPE. (LATE PITT STREET.) [Newspaper Article] — The Band of Hope Journal and Australian Home Companion — 22 May 1858

THE ALLIANCE BAND OF HOPE. (LATE PITT STREET.) A meeting of this society was held on Wednesday evening, when addresses were delivered by Messrs. Allen, Kirby, Trav eller, Roseby, Lee and others, interluded by a performance on the organ. The next meeting will take place on Wednesday, 2nd June,-a lecture by Mr. P. R. Houldsworth, on " The Leviathan: her model, construction, machinery, and fittings,"-second lecture.

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BAND OF HOPE JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Band of Hope Journal and Australian Home Companion — 22 May 1858

BAND OF HOPE JOURNAL. THE secretary to the committee for assisting this publication acknowledges ^with thanks the following donations to the publishing fund, and also of orders for ninety-seven copies of the JOUANAL in all. JHe respectfully requests those persons who have not yet responded to his appeal by circular, to favour him with their contributions as early as convenient to allow of a completed list to be published in the daily newspapers ; and he begs to add that although the appeal has been cheerfully and liberally responded to by RO many kind friends, still the cost for the printing and postage of the circulars, and the expense of sending copies of the JOURNAL, &c., &c,, to the various parties applied to, will materially decrease the gross amount of the fund at present in hand. Amount previously adver tised £36 2 6 Bray, Mrs 10 0 Bell, David, J. P. 10 0 Black, Thos, J.P. (Kiama) 1 0 0 Blandford, M. C., C.C.L.... 1 0 0 Boucher, John, J.P 5. 0 0 Broughton, W. ...

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English News. [Newspaper Article] — The Band of Hope Journal and Australian Home Companion — 22 May 1858

inflfolr |jfo»s. TfiE great movement of the day in tlie temperance world in England, is the effort now making by the United King dom Alliance, to get a permissive Maine Law passed. The nature of it may be gathered from the following extract from the Alliance Weekly News of March 6: *' TtlE ALLIANCE VOLUNTARY MAINE LAW, OR PERMISSIVE ACT. " It is not proposed by this measure to ast for an imperial enactment there and then prohibiting the traffic in intoxica ting liquors, but simply to seen re a reference of the question to public opinion. Thus, the law would not operate within such districts as were not wishful to secure its benefits; but would only take effect as the result of a direct expression of a preponderating public opinion. The preamble of the Bill sets forth that " Whereas the common sale of in toxicating liquors is a fruitful source of crime, immorality, pauperism, disease, insanity, and premature death, whereby hot only the individuals who give to drinking habits are plun...

Publication Title: Band Of Hope Journal And Australian Home Companion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOND OR FREE? [Newspaper Article] — The Band of Hope Journal and Australian Home Companion — 22 May 1858

BOND OK FREE ? Qty ORN and reared in the lap of freedom, nursed in independent thought, TO taught to hold up my head as a free member of a free community," I v_y can picture to myself with what depth of indignation, with what enduring strength of untiring energy, with what bitter persistence and un flagging struggle of determined resistance, I would fight against any fate, any fortune,' that should deprive me of that liberty to which I was born-against any master who should desire to subject my will to his, or call himself lord of my life and actions;-I would ransack earth for the means of liberation, and re-conquer my rights as a freeman, at the risk of fame, fortune, and life. That must be a strict bondage which should hold me long. Yes ! I am free as the wind of heaven ; I come and go as I list; I have no tyrant over me, physical or moral Stop a moment,! No physical tyrant, certainly. Moral ?-am I quite so sitre of that? No moral master! Have 1110 besetting sin, no dear habitual ...

Publication Title: Band Of Hope Journal And Australian Home Companion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Poetry. JESSIE BROWN. AN INCIDENT AT LUCKNOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Band of Hope Journal and Australian Home Companion — 22 May 1858

_. /M. JESSIE BROWN. AM INCJfDENT AT LUCKNOW. U BRITONS at home, have ye heard ot brave Jessie, That angel of hope 'mid the tumult of war! Long, long may she live, and all blessings attend her, Who shone o'er our gloom like a heralding star; x . 'Twas just when the last fitful ray was departing, We knew ere to-morrow our" spirits must fly; Surrounded by foes, wi£h no prospect of SU0Mpr; Determined Teld not, but bravely je {far hearts, for we thought loved ones knelt by the hearthstone, and Jreathed the fond prayer ; re wept when we bade them farewell in our anguish, And thought of the tears th.ey would ? shed for us there; But hark ! that wild scream, so intense, so Unearthly; That, shriek of delight through the lotteries past; "The Blogan! the slogan; un amnaye hear it'? Oh, courage, men !-courage ! here's help at the last!" We listen'd; ay earnestly-madly we listen'd, With strange mingled feelings of hope and despair; ~ Alas, for the hearts that had quicken'd their beatings^ s. Th...

Publication Title: Band Of Hope Journal And Australian Home Companion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Henry Gardner. CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — The Band of Hope Journal and Australian Home Companion — 22 May 1858

ifitrg liarbtttr. (Continued from page 157.) CHAPTER V. Two years had elapsed since the occur rences narrated in the close of our last chapter, when one wet and stormy evening, Mr. Tucker and his two children,, clad in the sable garbs of mourning, were seated at a table, upon which was spread their as yet untasted evening meal. The dusky shades of night were casting their gloom over the cold and cheerless apartment, and tended to increase the melancholy which was too plainly depicted in each countenance. Mr. Tucker had sat for some time in a meditative mood, with his arms folded and his chin resting upon his breast, apparently forgetful of the duties which devolved upon him at the head of the table. At length the-voice of his little son aroused him. " Oh, papa," said Henry, in a com plaining tone, tC do light candles and let us have tea, for i am so hungry, and so sleepy, and so sad ; and here's poor Sue, crying again like she does evescy night, it makes me cry too to see her grieve...

Publication Title: Band Of Hope Journal And Australian Home Companion, The
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The Mammoth Tree Grove. [Newspaper Article] — The Band of Hope Journal and Australian Home Companion — 22 May 1858

Cjie Htmmnoflj Cm (§bk THE following description of the " Mammoth Tree Grrove" has been received in a letter from a gentleman in California, lately in Sydney. We would draw attention to the figures mentioned in the statement as compared with anything we find in this country of the dimension of trees : This gigantic forest is situated in a small valley at the source of one of the tributaries of the Calaveras River, Cala veras County, California. Arriving at Murphy's by one of the daily line of stages either from Sacra mento City or Stockton, or by the Sonora coach, the traveller finds himself within fifteen miles of this celebrated grove Here animals or vehicles can be procured at all times and at reasonable rates. Leaving Murphy's by an excellent carriage road, and gradually ascending, winding through a splendid forest of pines, cedars, and firs, With occasional oaks, often catching a glimpse of the adjacent pine clad mountains; the Mammoth Tree Hotel is reached in two and a half or...

Publication Title: Band Of Hope Journal And Australian Home Companion, The
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Notice of Books. [Newspaper Article] — The Band of Hope Journal and Australian Home Companion — 5 June 1858

ffa&e 0f ^00te. THE ISLE OF VINES ; by J. L. Michael : J. JR. Clarke, George-street. A Fairy Tale bearing the above title has been placed in our hands, originally printed in the Month. It now forms a twenty page demy octavo pamphlet, illustrated. The moral of the story seems to be that love and gentleness are all-powerful, succeeding whes&everything else fails. The scenes pictmÄLure highly imaginative and th« langpSge poetic. The following is a short extr^fct : "And now the path grew easier and more beautiful, banks there were, sweet with violets and wild pansies, and the way was more open ; the harebell smiled from the soft grass, and the pink heath ; the stm shone through the nèt-work of the boughs, and the mosses beautiful with a thousand colours, clothed the stems of the trees ; the ivy ran up the twisted trunks and hung in dark festooas from the ends of the boughs, and the voices of the wild beasts sounded faint and distant, so that they could hardly be heard fo...

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