The school teacher and the minister at Temperance
had tried and failed; the young artist who came for the summer to sketch the red barn, the ruined mill, and the bridge ended by giving up all these local beauties and devoting herself to the face of a child,--a small, plain face illuminated by a pair of eyes carrying such messages, such suggestions, such hints of sleeping power and insight, that one never tired of looking into their shining depths, nor of fancying that what one saw there was the reflection of one's own thought.
A few of the younger men mourned for Mulcahy's beer, because the campaign was to be conducted on strict temperance
principles, but as Dan and Horse Egan said sternly, "We've got the beer-man with us.
He has lost the noble traits of the barbarian, without acquiring the redeeming graces of a civilized being; and, although a member of the Hawiian Temperance
Society, is a most inveterate dram-drinker.
Thou art an exception, Leather-Stocking,” returned the Judge, nodding good-naturedly at the hunter; “for thou hast a temperance
unusual in thy class, and a hardihood exceeding thy years.
Pierre la Seine, going a step farther, shows that the intention was to recommend to young men temperance
in eating and drinking.
The Miss Alans were found in their beloved temperance
hotel near Bloomsbury--a clean, airless establishment much patronized by provincial England.
It was, indeed, quite true that the household had not been shining examples either of temperance
, soberness, or chastity.
Here a red-nosed publican shouting the praises of his vats and there a temperance
lecturer at 50 pounds a night; here a judge and there a swindler; here a priest and there a gambler.
as per contract) to make room for more marketable material, he had abandoned his real calling, and taken a sub-editorial job on a women's weekly, where fashion- plates and paper patterns alternated with New England love-stories and advertisements of temperance
And once, I remember, a barkeeper mixed me a sweet temperance
drink of syrup and soda- water.
Meno is very ready to admit that justice is virtue: 'Would you say virtue or a virtue, for there are other virtues, such as courage, temperance
, and the like; just as round is a figure, and black and white are colours, and yet there are other figures and other colours.
Pass through the Low Archipelago -- Tahiti -- Aspect -- Vegetation on the Mountains -- View of Eimeo -- Excursion into the Interior -- Profound Ravines -- Succession of Waterfalls -- Number of wild useful Plants -- Temperance
of the Inhabitants -- Their moral state -- Parliament convened -- New Zealand -- Bay of Islands -- Hippahs -- Excursion to Waimate -- Missionary Establishment -- English Weeds now run wild -- Waiomio -- Funeral of a New Zealand Woman -- Sail for Australia.