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The Wise Monkey. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 21 June 1856
The Wise Monkey. Mr. Phillips states that, in his drink ing days, lie ftas the companion of a man in Mary |Land, America, who had a monkey, which he valued at above £100 He says: We always took him out on eta ( ttristma* parties. He fehook off all our chestnuts for us, ai}4. when he qould not shake tbem.oif»h« want to the very end of the Hipb and knocked them off #ith hw jfiirst. . One day; wt, s'ppprl &lt;at a tavern, aud drank freely. A>^ut h'aff aglaa* of whiskey was left, and _ JacJc took the gftts jin4^rft|jk,the %uor. Soon fi6 tw,a#:. »nerry, ffcippfed, attci danced^ and set us all mta laughter, Jack wak drUnk. We all .greed, six of us, that we would come t# the tavern the next day, anct get Jack drunk again, andhavesport all the day. I called at my friends house the next morning, and went out for jack. Instead of being as usualofc his box, his was not to be seen. We looked insidg, and ko was crouched up in * corner. ' Come out/ said his mAste** jack came out on thr...
The Wayside Warning. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 21 June 1856
The "Wayside Wanning. Thk distance between Margate and Ramsgate in England it about four miles. On tire roadsifc, about a mile from Mar gate, there is put lip an inscription* to act as a warning to all who swear. The words are Readcfr, prepare thou for eternity1 A boy was struck deadwhen in the set «f swearing. . The particulars arc th$se:-A lady And gentleman set off from Margate upon donkeys to Ramsgfcte, attended by two lads, one seventeen years of age, tlie other thirteen. The elder beat, his beast, and ofteu swore at it, to make it £o faster. When the party had reached Chapel Will, a storm overtook them, &£r copipaflifed by peats of thunder, and flashes of lightning. The lady and gen tleman took shelter in a cottage, and'J^e two bbys with the d onkeys Sought profec t Hob under an eld garden Wall, ^Thfc younger boy seemed a little frighteaed at the storm* hi.t uibieat the awful language of liis cotHpaiiinh. The elder youth called the other a c&lt;vWard, and then ...
PITT-STREET BAND OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 21 June 1856
PUT-STREET BANS) QP .HpM!. Mr. Nation has delivered lectures on print ing at several of the Bands of Hope. Ac count of one of them will give some idea of the whole. On Wednesday evening, June 4 that gentlemen delivered one before the mem bers of the society meeting in the 45ongrega, tional School Room, Pitt-street. All tae t ap paratus appertaining to t&e business of printing were arranged before the audienee. Press, type, inking table/fcc. Jfr Nation commenced by giving a short history of Printing, and t|en proceeded to illustrate the art. Sere^ywiig printers, members of the Band Com menced operations. Some verses p^ywuuy prepared were then printed and ki the room. They ran as follows^' s-'-w: See! woni'rousyouth,the1'' Of PRINTING here * Before yoif A fait Bpfceid* Prodfccsd -V l« f%rnM|; jpfJUv Biia^a In #jfojage, *re ??4: ?rjt .»d 3h OS T-"»V & Ibui ,l£m adiuir ?£.iO sipw ou'" ~ " silqqs alianmvst: JUntmW that yoi ©we .to it, 'The wisdom yon possess, From A B C, ...
Prize Essay. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 21 June 1856
Prize Essay, v* A few weeks ago we announced to our readers that a prite the value of £5 would be given to the writer of the best E say on M Water and its advantages to man kind." "ince that period, we have en deavoured to induce our subscribers to undertake the task, now it isonr pleasing duty to inform our readers that the time has arrived for the adjudicators to read the Essay's, and-name the person who has gained the prize. Eight Essays have been received, seven of these will only have the at is fact ion of knowing that they h.tve contested f r the prize. Still it will give them a better opportunity ihe next time that a prize is offered. It is in tended to raiss a fund for the special j object of "Prize Essays," ai.d we hope to be enabled to offer a large amount as soon as the adjudicators have an nounced their decision in this case, and we sh ill feel grateful for any contribu tions from the friends of th s cause, to enable us to carry out the design of impioving in this way th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 21 June 1856
More Volunteer* Wanted FOR THE SYDNEY BANDS OF HOPE LOYAL ARTILLKRY. assiist ia carrying on the Siege, and destroying the City and FORTRESS of :SE-DRUNKOPOL, situated on the ishores of the BLACK SE A of INTEM PERANCE, w which Sixty Thousand of her Majesty's Subjects die every year through the cruel treatment inflicted oh them by the Czar of all the Aleoholia*s. The Fortress of Se Drunkopol has hitherto i$en considered impre^a-iblt'. It is at present commanded by the fol lowing ge serais:-The Grand-Duke BRANDY-OFF, Prince Rbm-inobf, Gen erals Gin^-orp, PORTEH-BEN, and WINE . It is proposed io BOMBARD FORT DKrakwd with Shells and Bed Mot §hot. FORT DRUNKARD-MAKER is to b$"£tdrh»e4 and Carried at the point of the Mai&e-Law Bayonet. The siege and staving party will be led on by General and General PROGRESS. N,B.--Voliinteers of both sexes are i*nted te jeia the Regiment. The heroism ai *&lt;'. Joan-of-Arc, and a Maid of garagtfesa, Is as much wanted as that of ft Naysmit...
The Fall of the Ross-berg. [?] Remember Lot's wife" (Luke [?]ii: 32.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 21 June 1856
J'- - -C} ' ' i L* I .&lt; *: ? \ ' '?)* 'V*'*; T! ^ ' r .>.; ysL&SiP&tf wf%"? fimt'tMr'-te) i . ; *;?.". iKktlyctf>&lt; J*tf% * fi".*!4?&ifsW&lt;|# , jlJ^ MjUis'Sdttaje tyot, ;basV °C w-&lt;..#* .? 1 ? i . .we-Al»oui4ri*>§w a.;j£ge 'flay -:. |t Jjas:i'-Jw^n, veCjenpagh'J^ely,'';^;cfwled j , tie old man. / . ". ,_ ^ t.,," Haye you heard, the r repcijtf* re ^ ^n?jd;^ie other ^ " those Who we*e. up curliest this roornjng declarethat they saw the top of old Ross-berg r$pveJ'. " Ijid^ed'! lfltet enough, lflfe enough," said tie old man ; mark my.ipotofa, and X.have .often said so befoie, I shan't live . to, see % tyit those wjio aie now ;youug V'ftfl poji^e as old as I am> before the ^ Jgp of ponder ixioiiataip lies at its foot/ -*7-"'w $pnts folbid j" ejafulajbedj the-otber, ^ro^Ing, him&eH devouUy, "at least -I r ^6f ft ^ b? ia W . S; "*.' '; conversation took place at the p qlose of the samtner of 1806, in the...
A Life Picture in New York [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 21 June 1856
A life Picture in Naw To rk CONCLUDED FROM jPAQK 173. ANOTHJSR hand clings to. her dress, and looks up with such an appealing look, and says, ' Don't go, mother ; 'they will take^ care of father. Don't leave us/ She looked upon her sickly boy, and thought ot the night he was born. Why did, site start, and turn round 1 Did som&lt;^ one pull her by the hair? No ; it was^ otjly fancy. A sort of magnetic influence linked with thought. That twinge decided her ; that twinge decided bis iate, aod saved her children's Hves. She went home with them, and tired na- 1 ture slept in spite of mental agony. At four o'clock the bells rung for 'fire; it was long before she could wake Iraffltei" ently io count the eight strokes whi^h told it was in her district. Dreamily unconscious of danger, she moves not till she hears a crash and sees alight through the small rear window, when she springs up, opens the tloor, looks ont in the di rectioiv of Vbe stairs, and meets a burst of flame ^fld smok...
A Great Thought. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 21 June 1856
A Great Thought. The dying Werder- said to one who watched in his siek-chatn Wer, " Give me a great thought, that 1 m?ty refresh my self with it." It was indeed a beautiful request. What thinker has not felt the refreshing influence ot a great thought ? Wh$n the mind enters the waves of a vast fresh thought, the feeling is ueli^lj.t ful, as when on a delightful July.loom ing the body is plunged beneath ihe soitly rippling waters of a summer ocean. I do not know what thought was tiiven the learned German, but I know what, should have given him. I wv»uhi, haye said, there is no thought, my friend, greater,or mare likely to refresh you than this, " That Christ Jesus'came into the world to save sinners, of whoiji f am chief." It was in the waves of thi& grieat thought that the dying magnates of hte rature and reasoning, Dr. Samuel Johfc son and Bishop Buller, laved iheir cjepart* ing spirits, and felt refreshed. And thousands of lesser note have, in the ar ticle of death, likewi...
The Glass of Gin. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 5 July 1856
The Glass of Gin. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 196.) Half breathless, half disbelieving, the Admiral rose and came near him. ' Why, how is this, boy V 'Dear grandpapa, Clive wonld not let you know before; but I have sat up a little for several days ; she wanted me to be more cured before you knew, lest it were not certain, any you were disap pointed. But I feel like a giant to night.' The ,old man bowed his head upon his hand, and only saying, ' God bless you, girl, God bless you,' left the room, for he knew he was weaker than a child. But in a little while, whilst the boy still sat, both Molly and Pompey came in. The old nurse came quickly to the bed, and sobbing, clung ronnd Alice. 4 Dear, dear miss, the Admiral has been in to my room to say that, his mother, in heaven, will bless you. Yes, the young widow, who died in giving the little one birth, will bless you; yes, their seaman father, who once lay a little infant in these arms, will bless you out of Heaven, where he is, for he perishe...
THE SPIRIT OF DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 5 July 1856
THE SPIRIT OF DflATtt- ' BT CHURL Eg MACKAY. Thb Gin Fiend cast his eyes abroad. And looked o'er all the land, And number'd his myriad worshippers With his bird-like long right hand. , He took his place in the teeming streets, And watched the people go, Around and-about, With a buzz and a shout, For ever to and fro. And it's'Hip!' he said, 'hip! hip ! hurra f For the multitudes I see, Who offer themselves in sacrifice, And die for lore of me !'. There passed a man in the crowded way, With eyes blood-shot and dim; He wor« a coat without a sleeve, And a hat without a brim; His grimy hands with palsy shook, And fearfully he laughed, Or driveled and swore, As he clamour'd for more Of the burning poison draught. And it's ' Hip !' said the Gin Fiend;-? hipjK hurra! Success to him over his bowl; A. few short months have made him mine Brain, and body, and soul!' There sat a madman in his cell Palm-clenched, with lips compressed God's likeness blotted from his face, And fury in his breast. T...
PEACE. Blessed are the Peace Makers. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 5 July 1856
. PEACE. Blessed are the Peace Makers. Two short years have passed away since our beloved Father-land unsheathed the sword, to defend the rights and li berties of a suffering dominion. Alas ! how many have gone to their final rest ing place,' since that ever memorable day in March, 1854. Pestilence and the sword have wounded many a loving parent's heart,- sons, husbands, fathers, and brothers, have alike beeu strnck down in the bloody Alma, Inkerman, Balaklava, Sebastopol. The Generel and the Private have each shed their last drop of blood for their Country's cause. The victories, of which we are alas too proud to boast, have cut off from society thousands of human beings, who left their native soi] full of strength and vigor. But the Sound of War is no longer heard-the aiching ^eart again leaps for joy at the / anticipation of soon seeing the fond bro ther or the affectionate father. The wi dow and the orphan, how sad ,their case-the sound of cannon to them must be as the sad tolli...