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OPEN-AIR MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 8 November 1856

OPEN-AIR MEETINGS. The advocates of the Temperance Cause are holding meetings at various places, apparently with much success. One is held between the markets regu larly on Thursday evening, at eight o'clock. Mr. Pigeon, the earnest and zealous city missionary, holds a meet ing near the Jail, early on Monday evening, and then leads the way down to the Juvenile Hall, Francis-street, where the meeting is further continued. OUB friends connected with the Church of England seem fully alive to the necessity of making vigorous and immediate efforts for preventing the next generation from acquiring the fatal tastes and habits of the present one. Customs refuse to be revolu tionised, but will submit to be moulded; and if the present means are adopted and earned out through every grade of society, the desired end may be gained without violence being done to the feelings of any. The magnitude of the full-grown evil brings to a stand the strongest nerved and most deter mined reformer, for he f...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bible Questions and Answers. BIBLE QUESTIONS. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 8 November 1856

iible (Questions aitb BIBLE QUESTIONS. Adam called his wife's name Eve. What did God call her ? and what lesson may we derive from each ? II. Where is the word " day" used to de note the period of the journeyings of the Children of Israel in the Wilderness ? IIL Name the circumstance of a good man, who, in the face of the whole world, served God and reproved sin; and yet, in the commencement of a kind of new life, fell into a sin not previously recorded in history.

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PALMER'S TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 8 November 1856

PALMER'S TRIAL. John Parsons Cook died assuredly a shocking, and it is feared an unfair, death. Life no doubt was dear to him. It was equally dear to those thirty-four victims recorded in this week's liquor list. Had Cook a work before him to do, which is now left for ever undone ? So had they. Unhouselled, disappointed, unannealed, With all their imperfections on their heads, they have passed into the unseen world, as unprepared as he. Three judges are sitting together, to hear, to sift, and to try; and twelve men are under lock and key for a fort night, that a verdict may be insured. What is it about ? Perhaps a man has died by poison, and the probable murderer is being tried. But, beyond all doubt, those thirty-four persons in our liquor list died by what in their cases proved most deadly poison : and yet no judges sit; no prisoner is ar raigned. There is a blindness in the eyes, there is a deafness in the ears, of the three kingdoms. Thirty-four hu man beings have been poisoned-...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Drunkard's Bible. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 8 November 1856

|tiWs $iMe. BT MRS. S. C. HALL. " THERE is more money made in the public line than in any other, unless it be pawn-broking," said Martha Hownley I to her brother; " and I do not see why | you should feel uncomfortable. You j are a sober man: since I have kept i your house, I never remember seeing J you beside yourself; indeed, I know that weeks pass without your touching beer, much less wine or spirits. If you did not sell them, somebody else would; and were you to leave * The Grapes' to-morrow, it might be taken by those who would not have your scruples. All the gentry say, your house is the best conducted in the parish." " I wish I really deserved the com pliment," interrupted Matthew, looking up from his day-book. " I ought not to content myself with avoiding beer, wine, and spirits: if I believe, as I do, that they are injurious alike to the character and health of man, I should, by every means in my power, lead others to avoid them." " But we must live, Matthew; and your good e...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE RE-UNION. A TRUE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 8 November 1856

THE KE-UNION. A TRUE STORY. fy/N the evening of the day on which Alice arrived at S , a great ^ Experience Meeting was to be held in one of the churches. Her friend, who had become enthusiastic in the cause, urged her to go to this meeting, which Alice did, although with reluctance. The house was crowded above and below. The pre liminaries having been arranged, a brief opening address was made by one of the ministers. A reformed man then related his experience with great effect. After he had finished there was a pause of nearly a minute. At length a man who had been seated far back, with his face partly turned from the audience, arose slowly, and moved to the front of the stage. A half suppressed exclamation escaped Alice, as her eyes caught the well-known features of him who had been her husband, while a quick thrill ran through her. Then her framed trem bled in accord with her fluttering heart. The face of Mr. Delancy had greatly changed since she had last looked upon it. Its calm...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Annie Leslie. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 8 November 1856

pirate luslk (Continued from page 336J OLD Mrs. Leslie listened to her grand child with deep attention, and seemed much affected by her efforts to procure a living. " God bless you, my child," said she, " and provide for you when I am gone. I shall not he long with you, but if I can only reach Heaven, it will be a blessed thing to die." When Annie had given her grand mother some of the refreshments which siie brought from the vicarage, she sat down with a cheerful heart by the bedside and began to ply the needle. Very intent she was upon her task, and rapidly moved her little fingers, yet now and then she would look up and speak cheerfully to her granny, and then her lips being pressed firmly together, on went the stitching as briskly as ever again. She had been silent for some time, when looking up, she said, " Granny, God does hear prayer, indeed he does, I am sure of it." "What makes you so sure of it, Annie ? " " Why, I will tell you, granny, dear. When you told me this morning ...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOULBURN BAND OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 8 November 1856

GOULBURN BAND OF HOPE. The first anniversary of this society was celebrated on Friday, October 24. At noon the members assembled in the Baptist chapel, and were formed into a procession. A neat silk banner, bearing the name of the society, was carried in front; and other banners, with mottos taken from the card of membership, were dispersed through the procession. The children, each bearing a small bunch of flowers, after proceeding through a part of the town, wended their way into the bush, where the banners were planted, and the juvenile party, with many of their friends-spent a pleasant afternoon. After tea, an appropriate address was delivered by Mr. Craig, when the children were again formed into a procession, and returned into the town. Before parting a temperance song was sung, and three cheers were given for the Queen, and three for the Band of Hope. It is intended to hold the annual meeting on the 5th November, when a report of the proceedings during the first year of the s...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PITT STREET. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 8 November 1856

PITT STREET. The usual weekly meetings of this society took place in the School of Arts, Pitt-street. The evening of the 29th October was occupied by the entertainment of " Dissolving Views." This is the second of the kind with which Mr. Crouch has favoured the society. A series of scenes in England and on the continent of Europe, formed the first part-followed by comic and humorous representations of various circumstances in every-day life-call ing forth from the younger portion of the audience frequent bursts of applause and merriment. Those beautiful com binations of colours, Chromatropes, concluded the course. Nearly 400 members and their friends were present. Recitations were to have been given by youths connected with the society, last Wednesday, but owing to the unfavourable weather it was postponed till next Wednesday (Nov. 12), when the following pieces, among others, will be recited:-" The Three Angels," " The Orphan Boy," " The Contest," 11 The Bucket," " John Gilpin," "T...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 22 November 1856

§ío@©aj|E O whatever combination of §rrrvrr| @ circumstances it may be H ® traced, long experience " @ has proved the volatile character of our colonial youth. We do not utter this sentiment as a censure, but as a feature in the charac ter of our youthful population, and one to which the serious attention of all those interested in promoting their wel fare should be especially directed. We may enter a colonial school, and see there a collection of bright eyes and happy faces which it does the heart good to behold-and we may pick out many boys whose proficiency in dif ferent branches of knowledge clearly proves that their ability is equal to the highest attainments ; but time to the master, and he will almost invariably have one complaint :-he tells you that his boys are sharp enough, but they have no application in the pursuit of knowledge. In their own little world of fun and mockery they are kings, but clowns in the temple of learning. This heedlessness and instability is not conf...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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History of Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 22 November 1856

fjisteg of Australia. WE left our readers in our last issue at the epoch when Governor Macquarie first introduced public amusements. To do him justice, we must now record the fact, that on Christmas Day, 1806, he also contributed to the estab lishing the more necessary means of religious instruction, by having conse- ! crated St. Philip's Church. Hitherto the settlement of New South Wales extended no further to the westward than the Blue Mountains, beyond which, it was considered im practicable to go. About 20,000 acres of land were under cultivation, and about 70,000 were held under pastur ing licenses. Such a quantity did not enable the population to produce suffi cient food for maintenance, and salt provisions, with a variety of others, had yet to be imported. One serious drawback felt in the colony was its currency. Dealing had to be mainly carried on by barter, as nothing but paper and copper money was at this time known. As a further evidence of the enlightenment of the age, t...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HINTS FOR THE GUIDANCE OF YOUNG TRADESMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 22 November 1856

HINTS FOR THE GUIDANCE OF YOUNG TRADESMEN. Regard to situation must be had in respect to the commodity you are to deal in ; when, should your outlay be even large, the extra expense will be soon and well repaid. Easy and early access to your shop will tend much to command customers ; therefore keep your door always open, regardless of the weather. Keep your windows clean, and their varied contents of modern goods arranged with taste : this will attract customers the more likely to lay out their money to a greater amount. Be not above your business, and let your apparel be in accordance with your trade. Politeness and civility are cheap-give them to all ; for the cus tomer who calls by chance, and spends but a trifle to-day, may come on the morrow and lay out pounds. Keep in view that credit is capital : be therefore ever anxious to preserve it. The payment of debts before they are due (claiming discount), will give your creditors double confidence, and increase your profits. Suffer ...

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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 — 22 November 1856

ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS IN OUR LAST. FlEST TO No. I. "Their name Adam, in the day when they were created." Gen. v. 2.-Lesson to be derived is, earnest prayer to God foi deliverance from temptation. WILLIAM WELCH. Answered also by William Anderson, as follows : "She was called Eve because she was to be the mother of all living; that from her seed, the Saviour of the world was to spring, and like as she attained natural life by being taken from the side of the first man Adam, so would spiritual life flow to us through the pierced side and shed blood of the second Adam, Christ Jesus. Gen. iii. 20 ; Eph. v 31, 32. He was called Adam to intimate their original was of the earth, ' Dust thou art, and to dust shalt thou return' {Gen. v. 2),-that they were both of the same nature, and that the promises and threatenings con cerned all alike." [God calling their name ADAM, shows very for cibly the unity of the marriage relationship.-ED.] The answer "Help meet," as sent in by Mai y Jane Stephens a...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A BAND OF HOPE BALLAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 22 November 1856

A BAND OF HOPE BALLAD. I BY E. J. EAMES. WK have flung Dy tne gooier, we ve broken the bowl ; We touch not-we taste not-the blood of the vine ; While our senses are kept under Reason's control, We cannot be tempted to take the red wine. We know the glass sparkles with ruby-like glow That the grape's purple wealth gems the festival hall The harp of the minstrel sounds forth with its flow, And garlands encrown it-but this is not all. There is danger within it! O sorrow and shame ! J It bringeth delusion, and mis'ry and care ! 'Tis a blight on the fortune*-a stain on the fame, Its beginning is madness-its ending despair ! But toe in the haunts of all beautiful things. Where the cool mosses gleam, and the wild lilies blow, There find we the clearest and loveliest springs, Whence gush the sweet waters of silvery flow. From Nature's great fountain then quench we our thirst, Her diamond wave yields the healthiest draught Puie thoughts by its generous nectar are nursed, While we touch not, ...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE RECORDER OF HULL AND THE BANDS OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 22 November 1856

THE RECORDER OF HULL AND j THE BANDS OF HOPE. j An extract from the address of the Recorder of Hull at the late assize : " Gentlemen, on Saturday last, at York, an incident occurred occasioning me reflections not soon to be forgotten. I heard in the street the sounds of merry music, and on going to my window beheld a long procession of boys and girls (Bands of Hope), looking the pictures of innocence, health, and happi ness-carrying flags, on which were inscribed various incentives to Tem perance. The sight was exhilirating for it exhibited all the delightful ex citement of sobriety, and the settled purpose of virtue ; and, gentlemen, what can be more affecting and sug gestive to those in the upper classes of society than to see these lessons of for bearance and self-denial at once taught and practised by the humbler classes ? Within a few minutes of witnessing this scene, and while my ears were delighted with their tiny cheering, and I was thinking how many virtuous and happy homes...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Band of Hope Intelligence. ST. ANDREW'S. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 22 November 1856

lanït of lom Intelligente. ST. ANDREW'S. ] ON Wednesday Evening, the 19th instant, the lecture which had been postponed for a fortnight on account of the inclemency of the weather, was delivered in the Schoolroom to the members of this society, by the Rev. Alfred Stephen, of St. Paul's, Redfern. The reverend gentleman chose for his subject " The Life of Captain Hedley Vicars," late of the 97th Regiment. He prefaced his lecture by stating the pleasure he felt in seeing such a society established, and trusted many more of the Parishes would follow the example of St. Andrew's, feeling convinced that much good would result in the training up the children in habits of tem perance. He then proceeded with his subject, giving a sketch of Captain Vicars' youthful days, his entrance into the army, the excesses into which he entered, and his subsequent conversion to God ; and then of the manner he laid himself out in the service of his Redeemer, his labours among his bro ther officers and sold...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
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The Children's Model. BESSIE PRICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 22 November 1856

Wat ?Mkms Wètl BESSIE PRICE. BT KATE PYER. I ONCE heard an interesting story of a little Sunday School girl. As far as I can remember, I will tell it you. Her name was Bessie Price, andi dare say, like other children, she was' fond of play. There is one thing, however, which she had learnt to love, that I grieve to think many children care little or nothing about-this was prayer. She listened also to the kind instructions of her teacher, and stored them up in her memory and heart. But sad to say, her father was a drunkard. One Sunday he had been drinking with his wicked companions, and had spent all his money. Remembering that there was a small sum put by in a cupboard towards their rent, he returned home for the purpose of taking it. As he was going up stairs, he heard the broken accents and sobbing of a child, and the room door being a little open, he could not help hearing all that was said ; it was little Bessie praying for her poor drunken father. His heart was touched. He stay...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Alcohol. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 22 November 1856

ALCOHOL MAKES ITS VICTIMS WRETCHED.-An American paper gives the following account of the awful end of a drunkard, once a sober and pros perous man, and having a lovely and happy family. As he lay upon his bed, and groaning under the burden of a guilty conscience, and his family (they seemed still lovely although reduced to beggary by his infernal appetite) gathered weeping round his bed, " I came," said the physician, "into the room." " Doctor," said he, " do you believe there is a HELL?" laying a strong emphasis on the last word as ! he repeated it. " I certainly do," I replied. " I know there is," rejoined he, " I know there is, for I feel it here, the worm that can never die the fire that can never be quenched eternal punishment, endless torment ! I feel them ; they have begun to be my punishment even in this world." I suggested to him that the mercy of God was infinite, and would be extended even to the vilest sinner upon repent ance. "Repentance," said he, catching my words, " ...

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THE CHILDREN'S DRINK. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 22 November 1856

THE CHILDREN'S DRINK. BY G. W. BUNGAY. T<_1_ n_1_ . 1 1 r i jvdeii nower noms up a iragrant cup To catch the rain and dew ; The drink of flowers, distilled in showers Will suit such flowers as you. The nightingale that cheers the vale From yonder streamlet flew ; The song-birds drink should be, I think, The drink for birds like you. The stars so bright, that gem the night, Shine -through the skies so blue, And fling their beams upon the streams, To cheer such birds as you. Once Hagar prayed for showers and shade ; A fount dry sands burst through She wept and" smiled, and gave her child, The arink, dear ones, for you.

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GRATUITOUS DISTRIBUTION FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 22 November 1856

GRATUITOUS DISTRIBUTION FUND. We shall he glad to acknowledge sums, however small, for the above purpose. Address-Care of H. LEE, 179, Pitt Street, Sydney.

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SURRY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 22 November 1856

I SURRY HILLS. ?VT 1 , ... JNovember 14. - Temperance ad dresses were given. Friday, 28.-Rev. J. Voller will deliver a lecture.

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