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Sow Shalll we keep our Christmas? [Newspaper Article] — The Band of Hope Journal and Australian Home Companion — 18 December 1858

Cjmsto ? BY THE AUTHORESS OF " GERTRUDE," " SCENES FROM A LIFE DRAMA," ETC. " Now, there is only one week to Christ mas thus spoke Leilia to her uncle, as he seated himself beside her in the pretty antique-formed seat in the verandah. And how are you going to spend Christmas?" " I am to give a party-such a large party, uncle. Mamma has bought me a new silk dress, and she is going to town to-morrow to select a set of such sweet little China things-because some of my old ones are broken-and to order cakes from the pastry-cook's to be sent over. I mean to invite you, uncle; so you will see all the nice things!" For a little while Mr. Eustace made no reply, but silently stroked back the long light curls from the pale cheek, then he said, Leilia, is this the best way of spending this season?" His tone was so very grave that the child looked quite discon certed. Riches had been lavished upon Leilia Eustace, the rich merchant's only child. She lived in a fine and splendidly fur nished hous...

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. THE NEW YEAR IN NEW YORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Band of Hope Journal and Australian Home Companion — 18 December 1858

The Children's Portfolio. THE NEW YEAR IN NEW YORK. THE eve of the new year is celebrated in various ways in different parts of the world, but no where in a more interesting manner than in the city of New York. There the belief exists among the juve- niles that St. Nicholas, or as they term him, Santa Claus, rides over the roofs of the houses in a sleigh, descends the chimneys and fills the stockings of boys and girls with presents, toys, cakes, &c. The believing children hang their stock- ings by the chimney side and agree to watch the coming of this good saint, but sleep steals over them and they start-up at daybreak, in anxious trepidation to see if indeed the gifts had come. Then what rapturous cries are heard, as each child turns out the contents of its stocking, regreting that they had not seen, yet re- joicing in the kindness of good Santa Claus in so silently supplying them. This is a very pleasing custom, and the children fully believe in the good spirit who thus on...

Publication Title: Band Of Hope Journal And Australian Home Companion, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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