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S. W. PARTRIDGE & CO.'S ILLUSTRATED PERIODICALS for JANUARY 1889.
THE BRITISH WORKMAN.
ONE PENNY MONTHLY. The number for January 1889 (being the commencement of the Thirty-fifth Yearly Volume) will contain a full.page engraving from the fine painting by W. Palin, entitled, Corne Home, Father.' Accompanying this picture will be & life-story written by the Rev. Charles Garret. and there will be the following articles :-YOUR YOUNG MAN. By Rev. CHARLES COURTENAY. I CAN'T AFFORD IT. By J. J. ELLIS. FRIENDS IN COUNCIL. SIR HENRY BESSEMER. INDUSTRIAL BIOGRAPHIES. The Annual Volume for 1888 is now ready. In coloured stiff paper cover, 18. 6d. ; or in cloth, gilt edges, 2s. 6d.
THE BAND OF HOPE REVIEW. ONE HALFPENNY MONTHLY.
With the January number the BAND OF HOPE REVIEW starts upon the twenty-ninth year of its existence. The nex volume opens fittingly with a splendid fult-page picture by W. Gunston, the well-known delineator of Biblical scenes. It represents the Boy-Christ discovered His mother talking to the learned doctors in the Temple
Wist ye not that I must be about My Father's business ?' This picture forms the subject-matter of a New Year's Address to Band of Hope children by the Rev. George Everard, M.A. Other articles and stories will include "Passages from a Boy's Diary,' and the first of a series of twelve Band of Hope Addresses founded upon favourite nursery stories, by Mrs. M. S. Haycraft. In addition there will be a fine engraving of the Band of Hope Text for 1889. The Editor repeats his annual offer of Twenty Pounds in prizes for the best sets of answers to the Prize Bible Questions. Annual Volume for 1888, in coloured paper cover, 1s.; or in cloth, gilt edges, 28.
THE FAMILY FRIEND.
ONE PENNY MONTHLY. Among the arrangements which have been made for the new volume are the following important contributions : YVONNE ST. CLAIRE. A Serial Story. By ELIZA F. POLLARD. DULCIE DELIGHT. A Serial Story. By JENNIK CAAPPELL. ABOUT OURSELVES. A Series of Plain Papers on Health. NOTES ON BOOKS. CHILDREN'S AILMENTS. A Short Series of Simple Papers, written for Mothers, on the Symptoms and Prevention of Com. plaints incidental to Childhood. By Mrs. ATKINS, M.D. In addition there wili be the usual complement of Short Stories, Poems, Biographies, articles on subjects of general interest, helpful Domestic Papers, and a continuation of the popular · Hints to Mothers,' Music, &c., all finely an 1 abundantly illustrated.
THE CHILDREN'S FRIEND.
ONE PENNY MONTHLY. Emma Leslie, the popular Author of Elderslie House,' hus written the Serial Story for the New Year. It is entitled * The Cousins,' and will be illustrated by Gordon Browne. The January number will contain --The Opening Chapters of THE COUSINS. A beautiful Floral Text, THE TREASURES OF THE SNOW. HOW TO WRITE A STORY. By JENNIE CHAPPELL. SHIP-WORMS. By JAMES WERTON. Illustrated hy T. CARRERAS. NEW YEAR BELLS. By M. S. HAYCRAFT. Dlustrated by W. RAINEY. BULGARIA AND ITS PEOPLE. Nlustrated by-T. SULMAN. FISHER JACK. The Story of a Clever Dog. Illustrated by P. J. Smir. OUR LETTER BOX. PUZZLES. COMPETITIONS. MUSIC, &c. With this number will be presented, gratis, a splendid Coloured Plate, entitled ' A Scrimmage.' To this picture the Editor invites his readers to write stories, and for the three best papers sent in he will give prizes of £1, 108., and 58. respectively. Prizes of like amounts will be offered for the best answers to the Puzzles,
THE MOTHERS' COMPANION.
ONE PENNY MONTHLY. Among the principal contributions to the New Volume, which begins in January, will be found-SALLIE'S BOY. A New Serial. By JESSIE M. SAXBY. WOMEN IN THE POST OFFICE, and other Papers. By Mrs. HENRY FAWCETT. HOUSEHOLD SANITATION. By Mrs. Atkoss, M.D. CHAPTERS ON NURSING. By Eprih A. BARNETT. ARTICLES ON COOKING. By A. G. WAITTY. ON NEEDLEWORK. By various well-known writers. PRACTICAL PAPERS ON DRESS AND DRESSMAKING will be continued.
THE INFANTS MAGAZINE,
ONE PENNY MONTHLY. This bright little periodical is universally acknowledged to be the finest parer for the nursery, and the January number cannot fail to enhance its reputation. First, there is a charming PRESENTATION PLATE, printed in colours, entitled
A Serious Case,' which will delight every child that sees it. Another special feature of this number will be A COMPLETE PICTURE ALPHABET, with rhymes, wbich is sure to be helpful to mothers, as it is particularly we'l adapted for the grasp of small minds, being written in such a way as to fasten itself at once on the memories of the little ones. Two very beautiful SCRIPTURE PICTURES are also to be found in this number. The Music PAGE which has been so much appreciated, will be continued througŁout the year.
THE FRIENDLY VISITOR.
ONE PENNY MONTHLY. In future each nnmber will contain at least one-fourth more reading matter than formerly. One special feature of the new volume will consist of a series of Gospel articles by Mrs. Eva Travers Evered Poole, the first of which will appear in the January number. This number will also contain a story by Lina Orman-Cooper (illustrated), entitled
Through the Gates' an article, ‘I Want to be a Better Christian,' by Rev. G. Everard, M.A., and other Gospel stories and articles, with numerous illustrations.
ONE PENNY WEEKLY, SIXPENCE MONTHLY. The January number of this new and popular magazine contains the opening chapters of A new serial of thrilling interest - The Eagle Cliff,' by R. M. Ballantyne; also instalments of Agnes Giterne's capital story, ' N.B.: or, His Responsibility. In addition there will be numerous short stories, brightly written articles upon all topics of interest, poems, music, puzzles, prize competitions, crisp correspondence, notes on the International Sunday School Lessons, &c., &c.
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