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FIRST TO NO. III. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 30 August 1856

FIRST TO NO. III. The answers to the Acrostic are as follows: A 1.-A thaliah.-2 Chron. xxii. 2. A 2.-T ilgatli Pilneser -1 Chron. v. 26, A3.-O nesimus.-Philemon i. 10,11. A 4.-N ah or, grandfather of Abraham. Genesis xi. 24, 27. A 5.-E sther.-Esther vii. 2, 4. A 6.-M ephibosheth.-2 iSamuel iv. 4. A 7--E lizabeth, mother of John the Baptist.-Luke i. 13. A 8.-N apthali.-Gen. xlix. 21. A 9.-T abitha.-Acts ix. 6. E. W. C. Answers also from J. Palmer, Rebecca S.t William Anderson, and Horace Raphael, Newtown.

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIKST TO NO. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 30 August 1856

FIKST TO NO. IT. How often is " forty days " spoken of Fourteen times.-Gen. vii. 17 ; Deut. ix 18, 25 ; Exodus xxiv. 18; Exodus xxxiv 28; Numbers xiii. 25; 1 Sam. xvii. 1 G 1 Kings xix. 8; Jonah iii. 4; Ezek. iv. 6; Matt, iv 2; Mark i. 13; Luke iv. 2; Acts i. 3. ANTHONY SHARP. Answers also from W. Anderson Edward, M. S., Charles C., Maitland; and 0. 0., Balmain.

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE TENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 30 August 1856

THE TENT. Tuesday, September 2.-A branch of the Pitt-street Society will be com menced, in the building designated " The Tent," corner of Liverpool and Sussex Streets, by public Tea Meeting. After tea, several gentlemen will advo cate the claims of THE BAND OF HOPE movement. (For particulars see adver tisement on the wrapper.)

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BATHUHST STREET. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 30 August 1856

BATHUHST STREET. Un the i^st instant, a Juvenile Teetotal Meeting took place, according to announcement. About half-a-dozen lads addressed the meeting, which was unusually well attended. Last week, the Rev. James Yoller [ gave a simple and interesting lecture : on " Natural Theology." ' Next week, 4th Sept., Mr. Kirby, on the " Spanish Armada," is expected. TO CONDUCTORS OF HANDS OP HOPE. Notices of Meetings, &c., for insertion in the ! REVIEW, must not arrive later than the Tuesday night previous to publication.

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Prize Essay. WATER, AND ITS ADVANTAGES TO MANKIND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 30 August 1856

v|K u (Concluded from paqe 263.) WATER, AND ITS ADVANTAGES TO MANKIND. BY " DUSTY MILLER." Fourthly, Water as a highway or road. This is another way in which water is of great advantage to man. We may divide water highways into two kinds, natural and artificial. Water exhibits its capacity as a road nowThere as it does in the highway of nations-the ocean. On this thousands of people are continually travelling, thousands of tons of merchandise are being con veyed,-and this at a far less expense for keeping the road useable than is the case with any other, for though man has been at vast expense and a great deal of trouble, making harbours, erecting light-houses, &c., these must be counted a mere speck in the balance against the enormity of the benefit he derives from the sea. Our mother country, perhaps, has been at great trouble and expense making her shores safe and easily accessible to ships, and no other country has derived so much profit, or carried on so much business o...

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. PITT STREET. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 30 August 1856

litnb of lom IntclJmcitcc. PITT STREET. THE meeting for recitations, on the 20th of August, passed off with more than ordinary interest; about 300 were present, who expressed the highest gratification in the way in which many of the pieces were given by the youth ful members of the Society. Twelve signed at the conclusion, making the number on the roll book 436. Wednesday, September 3rd.-Dis solving views will be exhibited by Mr. Crouch. September 10.- The principles of Temperance will be advocated.

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Voice from the Dead. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 30 August 1856

%, 0oitc front tbc Chi). BY J. INWARDS. IN a small town, in tlic North of Eng land, I was invited, by a temperance friend, to accompany him to the parish church. We found it situated in a lonely spot, surrounded by trees, beneath whose abundant foliage we were sheltered from the powerful heat of a summer's sun. In the midst of this garden of the dead serious thoughts engaged the mind, and every tomb stone pointing to its grave, said, " This is the house appointed for all living." While in the midst of these tabernacles of death, all nature teemed with life,-the green grass and wild flowers grew over the graves, and the birds filled the air with gladsome praise;-there wre read the names of many who have finished their pilgrim age here. How solemn and mysterious is death ! It is the offspring of sin, the child of disobedience,-the Omega of time,-the Alpha of eternity. To the good man, it is the end of trouble, and the beginning of immortal joy. Although they were all strangers, we cou...

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. (A parody on the well-known "Song of the Shirt.") [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 30 August 1856

THE DRUNKARD. (A parody on the well-known "Song of the Shirt") WITH nerves all shattered and shook, With eyelids heavy and sunk, A man, with a very unmanly look, Sat tippling, till he was drunk! Sip,-sip,-sip, Mid singing, and swearing, and roar, Till his hand refused to visit his lip, And his head inclined to the floor. Drink,-drink,-drink, While the cock is crowing aloof, And drink,-drink,-drink, Till the stars shine o'er the roof; It's oh ! to he a hog Along with the senseless swine, [clog, Where pleasure has neither a scourge nor If guilt, O man, be thine ! Drink,-drink,-drink, Till the brain begins to swim! Drink,-drink,-drink, Till the eyes are heavy and dim ! Bum, and brandy, and gin, Gin, and brandy, and rum Till over the bottle he falls asleep, And dreams himself at home. Oh! men, with children dear, Oh ! men, with mothers and wives, It is not liquor you waste, alone, But precious and useful lives! Your children cry and your partners grieve, But fail, alas! to save you; [th...

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 MOTHER'S REASON. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 30 August 1856

MY MOTHER'S REASON. #11110 HAT'S all very well," said my mother to a SS RR IS fr*enc^* III $0, " That may be very ^ ^ well, but' let those who have no controul over themselves join such a society. You admit that it is not a sin to drink, that a person may be a Christian who partakes of alcoholic liquors, then why should I allow my children to place themselves under a pledge not to taste them ? Were they drunkards, or in the least degree in clined to become such, I would not hesitate for an instant, but I see no possibility of such a thing happening." " No possibility," said Mr. R . Did the fond mothers of the once blooming boys and girls,-but now senseless drunkards, who lay in the path as we walk the streets of Sydney, -did they read for them a future so heart-sickening and revolting : the boy they parted with, proudly yet reluc tantly, that he might learn a trade and be thoroughly furnished for the life that lay before him-did they see the time when he would be ruined in body and ...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BATHURST STREET. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 13 September 1856

BATHURST STREET. September 4.-A very interesting and animated lecture was given by Mr. Kirby, on the " Spanish Armada." September 11.-The following pieces were recited: " The Nightingale and Glow-worm," " Wine," " Homes of England," " How to cure a Cough," " The Grin Fiend," " The Thief and the, Bear," Dr. Dodd's Sermon on T "fMalt," " Canute and his Courtiers," " Town and Country Mice," "The Exile's Farewell," " The Idiot Boy," and " Dr. Gregoiy and the Scotch Manufacturer." Without commenting on these meetings, we would recommend those who have not yet attended, to come and judge for themselves. Next Thursday evening, Mr. J. B. Lawson has engaged to give a lecture. The subject will probably be " The Principles of Elocution."

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Band of Hope Intelligencce. SURRY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 13 September 1856

of |f ope SURRY HILLS. THE ftev. J. bharpe occupied tne ^ftention of this Society, on Friday evening, the 5th instant, with a pleas ing and interesting address on " Total Abstinence," to an attentive and nu merous juvenile and adult assembly, I considering the unfavorable state of the weather. Several joined the Society at the close of the meeting. On Friday evening, the 19th instant, Mr. Crouch will deliver the third lec ture of his series, on "Intoxicating Liquors," &c.

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DESCRIPTION OF A DRUNKARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 13 September 1856

DESCRIPTION OF A DRUNKARD. Toes peeping out of his shoes; trousers out at the knees ; coat out at the elbows, with the back slit up to the collar, and half of the tail gone; waistcoat fastened over with a pin; only half a shirt, and a rag round his neck,-while " The crown of the hat Goes flip, flip, flap, As the wind whistles-' How do you do?'" What is moderation?-Something between a glass and a barrel. The greatest minds, like the deepest waters, are ever serene and quiet. Look not mournfully into the past it comes not back again. Wisely im prove the present-it is thine. Go forth to meet the shadowy future without fear and with a manly heart. Let the domestic circle be the scene of woman's ministrations, her infant group the subjects for whom she legis lates, and home the sphere where her influence is exerted by a well-ordered life and godly conversation. Every man ought to aim at eminence, not by pulling others down, but by raising himself; and enjoy the pleasures of his own super...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GRATUITOUS DISTRIBUTION FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 13 September 1856

GRATUITOUS DISTRIBUTION FUND. Several kind friends, knowing the difficulty and the loss attending the establishment of a periodical like the present, have offered us pecuniary assistance ; this, at first, we felt some delicacy in receiving, till the thought occurred of appropriating it to the gratuitous distribution of the work itself. This we shall henceforth do, publishing, occasionally, a list of the donations re ceived, and to what schools and places the work has been sent, We shall be glad to acknowledge sums, however small, for the above purpose. Address-Care of H. LEE, 179, Pitt Street, Sydney. INCREASE IN OUR CIRCULATION. We have much pleasure in stating, that amongst our new subscribers, we have the privilege of numbering His Excel lency the Governor-General, and the Lord Bishop of Sydney.

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THE TENT, (Corner of Sussex and Liverpool Streets.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 13 September 1856

THE TENT, {Corner of Sussex and Liverpool Streets.) According to announcement, the opening Tea Meeting at the above place was held on September the 2nd. The weather prevented many from attending; about 150 sat down to tea. The building, which would seat about 300, looked very cheerful; several flags, lanterns, and devices enlivened the scene. After tea, the Bev. J. BEAZLEY took the chair, and the business of the evening commenced. The meeting was opened by a short and interesting ad dress by that gentleman to the more youthful portion of the audience, upon the importance of being useful; after which, he called upon Mr. T. WEST to move the first re solution, That the drinking customs of the age call for the most vigorous efforts for their suppression. Mr. W., in his remarks, dwelt par ticularly upon the drinking customs in workshops, &c., in the shape of fines and footings; by condemning these practices in the milder forms, he left those present to infer that the grosser ones...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 13 September 1856

NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS WITH great pleasure we have to acknowledge the receipt of two donations to the "Gratuitous Distribution Fund,"-both parties seem to object to their names being given-signed: "Omega," - - - -£100 Mr. R. - - - - 0 10 0 FLORA.-We thank Flora for her kind wishes and offers of assistance. The poetry sent is hardly suitable. If she takes our advice she will not confine her help to writing poetry for us. T. K., Windsor.-The usual contribution did not arrive. W. K. - Several of the Bands of Hope have slackened their exertions of late, ceasing to hold regular meetings. Of course, we have had no notices of them;-this is why our correspondent has missed them. Haj-street, Pyrmont, Chippendale, and Redfern, have each suspended operations for the present. It is with much regret that we make this announcement, feeling as we do that this disaffection will more or less impede the progress of that great moral reform which this country must undergo. We will hope that it is bu...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIRST TO NO. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 13 September 1856

FIRST TO NO. Elymas.-Acts xiii. 2. WILLIAM HOWARD. Answers also from Elizabeth D and T. M. Jones.

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Bible Questions and Answers. BIBLE QUESTIONS. I.—PROPHECY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 13 September 1856

libit (Diifstions anb ^itsiucrs. * BIBLE QUESTIONS. I.-PROPHECY. Whose bones were to be brought out of their graves as part of their punishment for idolatry ?

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FIRST TO NO. III. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 13 September 1856

FIRST TO NO. III. Cormorant and Bittern. CHRISTIANA VEANEY, Answers also from J. Welch, Emily Pacey, and Hannah Watson. Answers to all the questions from E. Robinson, E. W. C., W. Anderson, J. S., Christiana Yeaney, and Rebecca S.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GRATITUDE OF THE COW. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 13 September 1856

GRATITUDE OF THE COW, I do not say that there are no ami abilities in human nature, for there are indeed many, the deservedly admired ornaments of civil society; but lovely qualities are also found in the brute creation. I lately read an inte resting anecdote of a cow. A gentle man passing through a field, observed a cow showing many symptoms of un easiness, stamping with her feet and looking earnestly at him. At first he feared to approach her, but afterwards went towards her, which seemed to please her much. She then guided him to a ditch were her calf was lying helpless; and he was just in time -to save it from death, to the no small delight of the cow. Some days after, when passing through the same fields the cow came up to him as if to thank him for his kindness. REV. W. MOWXLS.

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ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS IN OUR LAST. FIRST TO NO. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 13 September 1856

ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS IN OUR LAST. FIRST TO NO. I. Noah's eldest son was Japhet.-Gen. X. Zl. ELIZABETH MEDWAY. Answers also from C. Earnshaw, J. Welch, Emily Pacey, and Hannah Watson.

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