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GOLD DUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 16 February 1856

GOLD Ijife '8 a moment stolen from eternity. We make law*, but we follow customs. Nothing that is excellent can be wrought suddenly. Hesi'ts may agree though heads differ. Those who can keep secrets have no c'-ti ositv. Echo is the shadow of a sounds Poetry is the .key of/r.emory. Report is a quick traveller, Ibut an un«afe guide. Prejudice is opinion without judgment. Be deaf to the quarrelsome, and dumb to tlte inquisitive. 1 here are two kinds of geniuses, the.clever and the too clever. ALCOHOL-The great government contractor for strait jackets and coffins. Courage is often the fear of beiug galled Si coward. The unfeeling eye is ngver moistened by a tear. . Half a fact is a Whole falsehood. Knowledge is the parent ot dominion. Truth is tlie object of philosophy. A wise man never makes more opportunities i than he finds. I We do not find a pearl in every shell. ' One servant too much makes ail the rest j idle. Order is nature's beattty. I Will the bending of another man's knees |...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PRAYER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 16 February 1856

»J f T .; ' ,%1 rT, f. ^ t- ' ,r;.,v <;r.y V^TVLrA Pi) >hi: .tVfM#..«P'Pye. ?' *.?. v»-t1k. ftnie&th tife Witifc of ftlglil; . Therein an ear that Bererfhulfc? «>;!.? V'- u When aink. lh«*be»Aa^p< llgh^. ,{ ? ^ « , r There it an arm tbat never tires _ " . . r. ;, When Iubmi lfMngth ffffrWwaj/;' ? "J':-v-' ' There is a low that iwvwr .Mji*,', t ^ r ?:e"HA 3 i.' Wlieh earthly lore* drca/. , A(t ? .V)'vf; That eye i» fi*«d o*> ieraphVnKKip^; ' * 1 ' That ear i> fUxe4 *ithanfe& 3ii That arm upholds the*orid pn ijIgji; . * t,: " That lore * throne* teyoWtfU tk^. / J 1 f Sot therms a pewfEVbU&dM* eai *rliiiw J* n Wh«n n.ortal aid iii TiBUU-, " T h;?} 1 ?That eye.thtt irat, tbat Kwe ioftttch, v \i"'* . .Tb«l-lkttnJi*.qfetp.jpi*);:j sit'V^ That power J# Privyeii ^tyeh.^jarj %tW(h* T UJ And le«d« on bliM Jfetrooa the §ksr' >" : ..., ?<? ; . iuiti i-'tV ' VK15 . » "iT

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 Teetotal Toast-Book. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 16 February 1856

The Teetotal Toast-Book. A light heart and a h*?avy water-jug.-' May ewers always Be mine, and nritie J>er. ewers.-May the pump always y& ' its succour.-May the pitcher of sirenj^ti * never want the water of purity.-The noblest works of man: tW wafter wOrks^4 -My friend and filter.-May every piffe be put out except the water-pipe, Hei'e'* to him who is always dping his fellow creatures a good turn .4* the tuirucoct.^r-r Confusion to the pride that wOuld keep its head above*water !!

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 16 February 1856

^ .' -n.ji *-(iJ . r ... . ;f\ ANNrrALMEETnrd. The Annual Meeting <Jf iM^ft£#tweir Sabbath School Was1 held dir ? Evening, latft, wbeti the cl»irt« of the Intftiistten advbeattW? The Rev. l>r, Boss tfectqpftal and the meeting wafr-G^ed'irfth pttfyer bjf the Rev. Mr. JLidit^ '-'j Tbe^ Meeting wis addressed by the Revis. Mif* Bttttey, Kent, and Slatyer, Mr. *T. FkiH^i llhavii,r and Lee. Previously ^ abbtifc-iOft Wt down to tea. Na1ittr'e'1irtd aH,^d ^nt their assistant to lhe¥oim6i,L «£a the flowers gave <*videticethat (Settler hatfds" than those of Flora's had assisted fai; their prepatatioft. Ttte Itev.' ifc' B&a&lev -spoke jiiv glowing "term8l of tM Rl^'ds of Hope-Pointing to a flag ttii&t 'had for -fts. motto f' Tettiperatoca and' pro^erify,'5 fie ^Congratulated tlie teach^rs that.th.ey had such an i-nstituftolji itf u{W tfce nunibi^W itslinemb^jfM^). ^Md h^ped.?< thai^ e^! !<mg' Wer^^nc^F'm the ieHi(56y; and e...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Testimony of the Wise and Good. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 16 February 1856

Testimony of the Wise and Good. The" Rev. J. A, JAMBS, Birmingham, says lie'had tried the system two years ; he had got ye through much ministerial labour ; and he cou'Td honestly aver, that he never .laboured i with *1° nuch comfort M since Be had rigidly iidhered to that principle. When M reflected oti'the mighty evils of intempei-knce when he saw what misery end crime resulted from it; how it was moving against the press and the pulpit, the magistrate and the divine ; and ]iow it was increasing against the threats of men and the oommahds of God ; he thought ihe time for agitation, for confederacy, for com bination, had arrived. He felt bouncj to give J»is own example to the q$use,that he miyht, upon consistent ground, reason with the drunk ard whom tie 'addressed; The Rev. J. Sherman, of Surrey Chapel, London,, saysIt is now six years since I began wtyafly to abstain, and although these six hav£ been the »ost laborious of the whole of my Itff, I.have not had occasion, though ofte...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
We have received the following answers the Bible Question in our last number. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 16 February 1856

We have received the following answers the Bible Question in our last number. The heathen placed God's captive ark W ithin their idols lane, 5. As. trophy of that idol's power, Its ro'tries to sustain. But soon Jehovah show'd his power Before those heathens' sight, And cast their idol Dagon down Before the ark that night. When morning came they took him up And set him in his pluCe Brit, lo! nest morning he had fall'h Again tipon his face. Atid right before the ark of God * His ht?ad arid hands both eoh«, The stump of Dagon only left To put back on his throne. God also on his worjhippers Sent emerorfs and mice, And his superiority Thus show'd them in a trioe, 'From city they tp city sent The ark twas still the same, The same signs followed, aftd the'Ark Maintained ite.«vilj$i¥|£. . FulUoth that Wshoftld'stay Wtlrthetfs Tber ,a >, To'send it back fr'dnt wmm'cj* ft came, "VTaai more against Arte.wijl.j [ ' And yet they cohM n6t #hat elifc Thpre was that >h?y eould d o^ And jet on...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Notices to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 16 February 1856

Notices to Correspondents. k. u.~ obck nutncMTH arc id print, ana mar be had at any of the agents} ita town or country,. or at ©ur Glouc(-8ltr-strret. P&mjio, Paeiiamatta.-The Band of Hope Revir,v> will 'frrfe by post to all parts of this arid the other colonies, U posted within seven days of publication; it vii! re^ulre-a penny stamp t3 go to England. RaooJAkriTr.-We can assure our correspondent that it shall be all that he cau with iu tb&t jvspect. The ciroiiin- taucv'8 that occasioned the delay in publication are now removed, and in future it will always be in tiine J. S.-We thank J. S. for his hints. It i» the inten tion of iti promoters to make it entirely unseciarian ; it is des>i<n»'d to be a |>opular periodical, devosed to B^ner^l subjects, yet advoca'irg prominently one Im portant principle-that of Temperance. It. -The circulation at pres-ent is between 500 and '60(«, but we I.ope shortly to number as many thonsands. AM icc4 is heartily 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
REDFERN BAND OF HO[?], [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 16 February 1856

RKDF A lkct«&E. wa» de tiver«d Is^M^BeasW to the Member dfHlie^dciety"oQ Fridayr Febnj|$yr# &tkpt9tt*h#H Tewrphe^f J eru "?T l5tb, Mr. A. *W ture oo " Perse v^pc^"^. The cowmiUec ^ har£. jjeci^d holding %*, instead of fortaigh|J^^b^j©.,1( ; Ai' -w «.->** uro.>^w; Mfi. »**.** '??* Hie atten<Mki»?e*fc toetftwttyg^.js very good, and*' tW^'^l'rlM^iil^ikieinberM musters a tfoodlj nuinbjer, -iboiigh the exact number W6-hvw&ift beeii,»ble to ascertain. . M8W SOUTH WALCS'BANIX-OP «0P£. Hay-strem.-4 !e^£^^^fevered last eveir>ng, by Mr. Pemeilfon tb« subject of " Scripture Hijtoj-jir*''? ".-rr Bisij©bs^ATE.^-Mrf' give od»- of bii'','' eni|ei^i#)i)gt> Mares on " Astronomy/' lUustrgt^.J^;.. j^i^. ^lagi* Lauterti, 011 the evening of - Tuesday next at half-past » . U~~' We niay remind bur reader* that these, and all other Band of H«pe I)ieetiugsj are on all * j$£t_BAid>flfc»orE. Mr. Cro«g« %liv«g$£on* the ChemUtoy oX-wfci^^ The childreif intereste...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BIOGRAPHY. SIR GEORGE STEPHENSON. TWOPENCE A DAY WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 16 February 1856

i: .'*«» . fis.ifyUe id to 5n*!j{? $**/ 2" - <'s^ .u00;i %Pw^(Pj|)^. ort/(o<9J*4 . «*. v SIR Mia ka sq^.aq sas: sp^.ysnTTC/ariH ?.r# $K ^S»^.^*fei«oQ<ri®ay .?«¥$;&£ fa^wUeWnitriitt tfi$jitfoi£ . as pfcfc qfoife amopiyipeq j f 'i*P$wri»ce4;jib* s< meabjr wfe'ejj, , out^^jo^^Jlir^hj ifae, *i*Mt ^fo]f%85 of Sift 0torg^^epfeei|j»b , the j^tet)rwe(f- Ejiigt$eej,d. ^iwigsflrtk Hehtav aril" p^ife, ,.njaj£ t*fee jloipy from his indwatr^?^Kd jfUk&y>ifoittl&lk»*r ills- good example,'m«j toduwfaj ness-, as well ut\ greaAp##}) qp|oigL$heir fellow men, and bQ country, where. 6uc^.fi^ojfeslfl aflfellw George Stephe^gp, , in Nqrtbbmberlao^,.»e$k£i y,-^j9 vwitlc; When fint, wf^ ^ '$9i&»b*0e. «rty tnenialjw^s hi^wg^x^nt^hal-fce tally got- twopencerfy(f the age , of u |(y<i)ntd-te tram way ^tw^^^'yJa^/aq^'^effbwTa as a:£ tygtfjlWWfi't,'!W iMJh^«*«o "'st^er^;,tp.:#^ btte pj&Uiety afc KiHw^ort^,, §\p .^g^i...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GEOGRAPHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 16 February 1856

GEOGRAPHY. OUR readers, if they wish to acquire a correct knowledge of the outlines of this great and useful science, must not be discouraged if the first few chapters be more instructive than amusing. The boundaries of Europe formed the subject of our last. We shall now proceed to lay before them tho^e of Asia, Africa^ America, j and Oceania, after which we shall come to the discovery, foundation, and formation of this-wonderful Island-" Australia ASIA,-The second classed of the five grand divisions of the Globe, lies wholly north of the Equator, (or line running across the centre of the earth). It is "bounded on the extreme north by the Arctic Ocean, South by the Indian Ocean, East by the Pacific Ocean, and West, by Europe, the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea. Its great divisions and their capitals are here alphabetically arranged for the more easy reference of our readers and students. CHIEF COUNTRY ARABIA AFGHA I STAN AN NAM BELOOCHISTAN III KM AH CHINA CQREA HINDOSTAN J'KRSI ...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LEGEND OF THE ASPEN THEE, OR TREMBLING POPLAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 16 February 1856

LEGEND OF THE ASPEN THEE,. OR TREMBLING POPLAR. WOULD you know why the aspen trembles when in the sultry summer time uot a breath stirs, and the other trees of the wood, with thick leaved brauches, rest and spread cooling shades ? Hear the story. At that eventful moment when our dear Lord hung upon the cross, and the sun veiled himself in mourning, there shot a tremor through all living nature. Man, terrified and still, awaited, witi* beatiDg heart, the issue of tbe unwonted the unheard of hour. The beasts of the. forest fled, and hid in their d.ens ; jm insect chirped, do bird twittered,; all was <!umb and mourning. Only the ^ W* mwwtfuted^m their fcPe&£i another, ttie: % of >&M#ostl* ? <jhqo>8 J Jygl)j 4^t tilWw ta«4 tbfc forests w*W!»rSB% H»; 9v grtee,, 4eepe«i Og; in to oidtf* ItS 55.liv.Kl ifitttiw in*/ -.pMaB it " Ah,.! now He is no wore !" fafitji whispered the weeping-willow of Babylon, bowing hef'tranches down deep into the Eupfr#...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
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A GHOST STORY; OR, SUPERSTITION AND ITS FOLLIES. (Founded on Fact.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 16 February 1856

A GIIOST STORY; OR, SUPERSTITION AND ITS FOLLIES. (Founded on Pact.) S the belief in GHOSTS and GOBLINS is very common in this, as indeed it ever has been in all countries "where Education has liot stepped in to disarm the ignorant of such absurdi ties, we here give a tale founded on facts which really occurred some years since*1-that may read the believers in such imaginary existences a valuable les son. My uucle, by whom I was Teared from my boyhood, was a very kind and indulgent man; almost to a fault. He had a variety of good qualities which en deared him to all who knew liftn. Scru pulous in all his transactions,-honest and upright, punctilious to the extreme in business; in all matters of order strictly attentive, a kind friend to all is need, but yet of a singula nervous tempera ment, and so unsuspicious of the truth and honesty of others, that he was easily . imposed upon, and readily devoured auy legend and tale handed down by tradi tion or recorded in print. A Ghost story ...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANCIENT HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 16 February 1856

ANCIENT HISTORY*. *&a»*iw > fti j*iid |;in*gaifi»*ce ;.^| rflQ l0j$«fl£ nowfretyi thftT^jDMifbd ^r^'^ii^Ui^iaj..Atjil be*emhs evirate ^P^"$£f,^traprdiiiaTy yperfsQtionito jftbifeh JjfcKjk AtiieuiaD» bad,.aUaipA<i ju tiwebwdo tes£ days. qF ^Ptiquity^ :. to* Jdnadtd 150^' yean before tlieCkrisfciarirpra %y pecTo^k-r-Kt tlie period -whenEgyptttn glor^fr , $as at* its' ^eigbtiiin the: tiius^of tyfospl Afterward* iu , tthe reign of /Pay id it, Becanre t^e neat of kingly au thority- About XQOO';.3mw8' aftfertitR ,fo^o^atiop it beoajue thejohief16itf $f the Ckecian r^publio and ^celled ittittl I jtbp sets pf pointing, sowtpture, arohiittfc tiwe aodpoetry;--wbic^b^v« beonftaifcfefd down to posterity. and'a^stteoeskfiilly followed Vvy modejusohools, It whdw evec deeply tp be Jthai^the wousUnfiil talent' ^ndinggputtyp&stftfh au iiitellectuttl rase^sbo^ldrk&rej.Biink ip to 1 icexi ti ousn«M,.; and? boc^m bounded wlibi,tkrti, -arid hhottid have become so, e...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GRASS OF GIN. PART THE SECOND. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 16 February 1856

THE GRASS . OF 'GIN. i PART THE SECOND. (CONTINUED FaOM PAGE At last at noon, when fully weary of watching /roin the dull window of the dulUlittle parlour in which they hqd. breakfasted, they set off to find the street, where iheir friends lived, a matter of no < great difficulty,. a? it 1 a\ in a well-known : quarter* A n\an servant opening the door,.-ushered them rnto $ magnidceut hall» to'-their surprise^ Strewn ahout with packages" and boxes. After sending in their names a,nd waiting some minutfs,,, the servant' returning, led them into a luxuriously flirnisjhed room, where, at thai Bite hpnr, they were seated at a breakfast table, Mrs, Phillip3 in the act taking, her. coffee, and Mr. Phillips, arrayed, in... a. .flowered dressing gown, leaning back in a lo,w American chair, re^iipg the. morning paper. tI-t'thought you would g$t my letter,' faltered Mary, vrhent. Lucy Phillips, had returned her warm greeting, with, one ,pf those co^d nips, of the hand, an<*...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Giving"up Selling Liquor. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 16 February 1856

Giving" up Selling Liquor. l)r. NOTT, says in the Enquirer, that during the cholera in New Yoik, n man who had been a grocer, c^me icto the office of a gentleman who had made sn aldress on temperance, with whom he was acq< a nted, and s«id with great agitation, .. I a n goiu^ to give up selling li quor." " Why ?'. siid I. " because," rejoined, he, " there catre into mv housg this morning at ft very eirly ! our, a young man, wh'>, looking up to the brandy botile wljicb uponfh* $he]f, exclaimed with a fearful oath, Come down ." Come down ! YOH killed my grandfather-you killed my father.-eome down and kill.mq ! Wh it «he young- man said was but too true." HU grandfather (died a drunkard wjth Liquor ob tained at my. store. Both drank from the same, bottlr, and both were dead; both the grand father and fbtherand now thle tton had com« %o claim the *»d yrijfile^e of drinking from »h* same bottle, and dyin# as hi* grandfather had, died. I looked at that young man-rl thoVffht ...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 16 February 1856

e:fo. Cnrgv a ?> rlIff s?jfeuf«»i i^yar^f: Xtuj.foliiowing; i gentjett^/r-rr tubing jodtoponj ttoitn; v ilSS^S iiZfi'j'rf ^Sitf "AO?-1*.:'; V.'^.s *._' r a-iabavT erf c* jssas *;:££ t-. i r

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
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The First Infant School. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 16 February 1856

The First Infant "School.. _ tft t school®^ fcratalf i*km\ ^acdtftm Mf ^ \ fij-sl-atttttiftftttfi ffiktfglugo* scb$SI1ftift * 0^ iafanitsi *H^arfd~his>#ifef\Jiek^<!^th^'/1 *' day 1 ^readfolii^ ^^Wifefi^ &6ffc&1if803w<&^;'a g(fn4 it sw^s :-W*tWw$ Wbi4t''t<? k^ef* tire ' . lUttei Miingi^^r^tlteki tegtfli&J'-itr1 all.? .')3«Aflki -. 'al6iiiij\li fab1 fr" ofr fchase©« m o?8 catr£hi*'&\e la&eifUti&ni* x wfcwtfafo aprefti iQ$itty-iS* i qfspt qf-'the ^wli t4e^tfrotf$ rw8i ^oarfV^^ : loud; a a; i fceoul d rtixr, Affce r v atti 4tt^r^) K to pacify tlbm; to attfcr *'. ohiidreB^ amd^ii<ftlo?^&£AfrS efl&tft^ponr*'' the. srliole .^ig<hbsijj,&tfd) -tlid T^i^Hy* A couplo ittslred*;ftt)fti tiii' the next cftartbe*, wlietirt*f<! wffer&ftfk it^' tear* lapoir gfe®;- bedi." ,;II&stwi^!l4*fflailaw no less: wretched'^ this6 d&i ''of m...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
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PATIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 1 March 1856

PATIENCE. j *'BEN," said an angry father, one ! day. " I am busy now, bat when I can find time, 1 Will give you a hearty flagging."-Don't hurry yourself, Pa," [said the patient boy, " I can wait."

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
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Notices to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 1 March 1856

Nfctteea Correspondents. , I1, fc, WINDSOB.-Received and will appear in oar hext number. , P., XJiiTt AND.- Bands of Hops were started In Syd ney htore than a twelvemonth back. There are at twctent seven, numbering about 800 members, and only owe or two in tho country to our knowledge. We should be glad to receive notice of any that are formed in the districts around the Hunter. J. C., Sydnky.-The articles sent, breathittg such a kindly spirit, and evincing so much interest in our ob< ject, we would acknowledge. We would refor him to a general notice below, as being a channel through which . he can best serve us. NOTICB.-We tyould remind some of the correspond - eat* to ottr Review, that it is more especially the young that it addresses itself to.- Articles sent for insertion shoald be short and pleasing. If they can send us pithy anecdotes relating te the colony in any way, they would be acceptable. Accounts of incidents happening here would pfoire. very interesting. Sho...

Publication Title: Australian Band Of Hope Review, And Children's Friend, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TEMPERANCE MELODY. TRY AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian Band of Hope Review, and Children's Friend — 1 March 1856

TEMPEBANCE MELODY. TRY AGAIN. A staple lesson 'tis, indeed, Try, try, try again; At first, If you do not succeed, Try, See.. The path of duty's straight and clear, Trust in the Lord and persevere, Abstainers onward I never fear. Try, See., Pass the word through street and lane, Try, &c., Till young and eld-till all abstain, Try, &c., Say what intoxicants have done, To father, mother, sister, son: Awake-awake, let every one, Try, See., Come Utile ones and lead the way, Try, &c^ And hour by hour, and day by day, Try, See., Tell each boy and girl you meet, At home, at school, or in the street, We want them all the foe to beat, Try, &c., All publlc-hotufes must be closed, Try, See., Abstaining is the plan proposed, Try, fee., O, never enter tliem at all, Lest you, like many millions fall, Away with them both great and small, Try, See.,

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