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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 June 1889

The Improved Hearson Incubator, ? Manufactured and Worked by DOUGLAS M. HADKINS, 84 Bathurst Street. Works : Elizabeth Street, Redfern. To Clean Marble. Ordinary cleansing of marble may be done bv simply washing the surface with warm water and "SUNLIGHT SOAï," polishing afterwards with fine dry cloth or leather. If stained and much soiled, boil with a little water equal parts of "SUNLIGHT SOAP" and powdered whsteninor, say four ounces of each, with one ounce "of loila. When thoroughly blended, lav the 'mixture on whilst bot, and let it remain for a day or so. Afterwards wash off with clean water and dry with a (leather, "and hehnarble will be'much improved. HOSPITAL BAZAAR AND VILLAGE FAIR. A meeting was held in the Town Hall at 4 p.m., on Thursday, May 2nd. There was a good attendance of ladies. It was announced that Lady Martin had kindly consented to act ns President. Vice-presidents : Lady Allen and Mrs. lielisario. A letter was read from the Hon. Sec. of the Sydney Liedertafel ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GROWING PLANTS IN WATER. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 June 1889

GROWING PLANTS IN WATER. To grow an acorn, a hyacinth glass or a pickle jar is suit able. Choose a fine, healthy looking acorn, and crochet with moderately course cotton a little network case just large enough to hold it. Take off the cup and put the acorn, point down-wards, in this little bag, closing it at the top, and make & loop of cotton or chain stitch, about two inches long (according to the depth of the bottle) to hang.it up by. Cuta narrow piece of wood, of sucha size that it will lie across the top ot the jar without slip ping in, pass it through the loop, and thus hang the acorn point downwards in the glass, which must have just so much water in it that the tip of the acorn scarcely touches it. Keep the bottle in a dark cupboard till the acorn has sprouted, and then put it in the light, just as you would a hyacinth, being careful to keep the water always at the same level. This will live a long time if prop erly managed. An ordinary sweet chestnut can be grown in ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 June 1889

SPRINGHALL & COLE, TriA MERCHANTS, 8 Victoria Arcade, Elizabeth Street. - HOUÖEHüUJS SUPPLIK^ AT WHOLESALE. PRICES.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GLOVES AND HANDKERCHIEF CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 June 1889

GLOVES AND HANDKERCHIEF CASES. Take a sheet of cotton wadding large enough so that when once folded, it will make a case of the size you require. Lay upon it gold-colored surah silk somewhat larger than the wadding, and tack it through the cotton, here and there, in such a way that it will lie very loosely I upon the cotton, and present when tacked a puffed I appearance. Turn the silk over the edge of the cotton and catch it down upon the other side, so as to form a facing two and one-half inches deep. For the outside of the case, take a chamois skin 1 slightly larger than the sheet of cotton, and with sharp scissors cut a fringe around it two inches deep, each i division of the fringe being one-forth of an inch wide. Above the fringe draw lines with liquid gilding, and with the same outline a diagonal hand across the cover. This band may be tinted slightly darker than the groundwork and ornamented with gilt letters, or with flowers in water color, or in any other way preferred. Fas...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IN RE DOMESTICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 June 1889

iii SO many of our good housewives think it an essential part of their duty to bc- as nearly omniscient in their empire as it is given short sighted mortals to be, that it is worth while occasionally to remind them that there are many other points of duty in good housekeep ing-than those obvious ones involved in that superficial line which first strikes the eye and the thought -in the knowledge and practice of cookery; the observance of extreme cleanliness; the establishment of system and order and tinte?, and insistence upon the observance of the establishment; the enforcement of every one's obedience to the household laws; the ac quaintance with all the minutiae of conduct in relation to those laws-acquaintance with the fact that ice can be cracked in small pieces with a pin better than with a hammer, or that borax has powers in connection with the white ning of clothes exceeding the virtues of soap, and all the cognate chemical truths, such as tho purifying quality of ammonia in ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 June 1889

"YOUXG AUSTRALIA." A Monthly Journal for Boys and Olds unll be published July \st. Price One Penny. One shilling per annum Address:-26, Jamieson street, Sydney.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SHORT SERMON TO YOUNG HUSBANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 June 1889

By ROSE PARK, [In Farm Journ al.] MY dear young husband, do not I beg of you start out with the notion that you are to ride all the hobbies, and that the old deep ruts that your grandmother and great-grand mother trod in are good enough for your wife You want to try all the new ploughs and har. ivws and hay-lifters, and you want to experi ment with all the new varieties of oats and dover and wheat. You want to try all the new kind of farm stock, and as fast as you find out it does not suit you discard it and get others. This is all perfectly right and proper. I. dp not see how a young farmer is to be pros perous unless he does try things, study about them, and be interested in them. But won't you, please, for the sake of humanity, for the sake of the children that are to grow up around you, let your wife have some things that she wants, and the way that she wants them ? Of course it will cost something to humour her, either in cash or time, but let it cost ; we never get anything fo...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Contents. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 June 1889

Poniente. PAGE Leader 5 In Re-Domestica - 6 A Short Sermon to Young Husbands 7 News and Notes 8 Women Doctors, and Why ? - ll Women and the Australian Universities 13 Novelties 14 Poet's Page - - - 15 Useful Hims and Simple Remedies . 16 Royal Mourning- - - 17 A Dear Experience - - 18 Inasmuch-a true incident- - 19 Prize Column 20 Drolls Things said by Children - 20 G. F. S. Lodge and Home for Governesses 21 Miscellaneous - - - 22 Correspondence - - - 24 Answers to Corif-sponclems - 24 Humorous - - - 26 'Die (larden - - - 28

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 June 1889

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Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 June 1889

CENTRAL BOOT DEPOT, LIT KirV<^ STREET, Ladies' and Gentlemen's tan boots and shoes, evening tan shoes, Pinet's bronze, and black evening and walking boots and shoes, and all other English and Continental makes, at very moderate prices. THE FAMOUS "BELL" ORGANS AND PIANOS. " THE FORCE OF MERIT MAKES ITS WAY." 6 Bli 113 GE tí T li E ET, SYDNEY. SPECIAL NOTICE, ESTABLISHMENT OF A General Town Agency, For thc Convenience of COUNTRY RESIDENTS AND OTHERS. Commissions undertaken, Booms engaged, Matron Matched, Patterns sent, Friends in hospitals anti bi ovolent institutions, visited, .Situations obtain"!, I formation on all subjects supplied, advice given. Letti' written, Poetry prepared for press. Addresses fuinislit Advertisements inserted and attended to. AU Communications will lie treated in Confidence, MODERATE OHARfiES proportionate to tho (ii employed in execution nf commission. ADDRESS. "Commission" Dawn Office, 26 Jamies Street SYDNKY. BIDDELL BROTHERS, MANUFACTURING CO...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 June 1889

DAVID JONES AND COMPANY Have Opened their Aaturnn and Winter IVovelties, IN Dress Fa-tories. Which comprise all the Latest and Most Popular Cloths now worn. The colours are extremely New and Beautiful, and the prices ar^ thoroughly competitive. THEIR AUSTRAL SERGE is a speciality this Beason, of a permanent Mue, resisting the effect so commonly seen in Navy Serges, when exposed to the sea air aud sunshine. Prices, is.8d. to 2S.91I. THEIR AMAZON CLOTHS are represented in all the choice tints, and the cloth will prove a great success this season. Double width, 3*.6d to 8s.6d. per yard. THEIR STRASBOURG CLOTHS are one that must secure golden opinions ; a trifle more dressy than the Amazon, it still partakes of the great utility. Wide width, 4s.6d. pr yard. -ELEGANT STRIPES, CHECKS, BORDERS, - in charming variety. Tweeds, suitable 'or young ladies. Tweeds, suitable fur travelling robes. Tweeds, suitable for ULlers. Tweeds' suitable for Jackets. \ Samples post free to our country patrons...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CLASS IN COMPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 June 1889

CLASS J.S COMPOSITION. Teacher.-" Now children, I will give you three wolds : - Buys, Liées, Bear, and I waut you to compose a sentence which will include all these words." St .all boy.-" I have it." Teacher.--"'John M'Cariby, you may give us your SUileiice." John.-." Buys bees bare when they goes in swimmin'.' Su nunn.-"llodie llurtbut did'ut come to school all day." Mauuud.-"Why not? " S'linniy.-" 'Cauae his mother^ dead. When you die may I stay at hume all day, mamma ? ' JAunnta.-"Yes, darling ; you may stay away a whole Heck theil." SdMiiiij [*u*i>iciuu¿¡j').-"Oh, I know, you nasty thing you mcau to die ia lire holiday 8. " Mr. M'Corkle was showing some visitors over the house. Arriving ,at the nursery he remarked, "This, gculleinen, is the bawl-room." In that case the truth will do. Mrs.Brief (who has been reading an article on sleep in health paper.) "John is.it best to lie on the right side or the left ? " John (a lawyer) "If you are on the right side it usually isn't nece...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOVELTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 June 1889

An acceptable holiday gift is a silver bowel, and top large enough to hold a pound of bonbons, which is an ornamental table trifle. Pretty bookmarks are made of Persian ribbon, having a piece of bolting cloth in the centre decorated with a flower or initial in water-colors Black nets and laces will be greatly used again, the latter in large and small meshes, and the former in bor der stripes and small single flowers, hemmed edges and Bayadere stripes, or single long sprays reaching almost to the other edge. The handsomest of these laces are shown sixty-five inches wide. Half-worn dresses are made fashionable by using a dark shade on the redingote, front and revers, with cuffs, collar, soft belt, plastron, and skirt border of a lighter color. The skirt front and plastron are laid in fine side-pleats. Others have the light goods covered with black cord passementerie, and the pleats laid wider, not pressed as closely, or entirely omitted. Half-loose wrappers and dressing-sacques of pri...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 June 1889

B O O T H 'S Hydropathie Establishment, is thc largest and most Complete in all the colonies, for indoor patients, also outdoor patients. ALL CUR AliLE DISEASES CURED. 15 YEARS' PRACTICAL HYDROPATHIC EXPERIENCE. BOOKS OX WATER CUKE GKATJS. Please note address Corner COLLEGE and OXFORD STREETS, (opposite the Cambridge Club Hotel. ) THE UNIVERSAL HELP COMPANY. Manager's Office : 43 liOYAL AECADE First floor, George to Pitt Street, SYDNiiY. Respectfully beg to inform you that they are prepared to undertake and pcrlorm any and every conceivable description 0/ work with promptitude and efficiency. First Class tradesmen of all kinds at our command. Nothing is either too lar^e or too small for our under takiug. Planning and erection of every description of Building, (the Manager having had 25 years' experience in building operations in Sydney). House repairing and cleaning, scrubbing, painting, paper-hanging, plumbing, gasfitting, etc., etc. Houses and land for sale, Rents collected, Lands...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 June 1889

"YoTjxo AT.TSTIIA.LIA." A Monthly Journal for Boys and Girls will be published July ]st. Price One 1'enny. One shilling per annum Address:-2li,Jamieson street, Sydney.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 June 1889

25, 561 58, 03. 77 Sydney Arcade. King Stceet. MAGNIFICENT EXHIBITION -OF JAPANESE WORKS OF ART. The MIKADO BAZAAR is the only place in this colony where the public can inspect MAGNIFICENT JAPANESE WORKS OF ART. The MIKADO BAZAAR is the only place in this colony where the public can inspect the INGENIOUS JAPANESE ART PRODUCTIONS directly imported írom japan by a Japanese Firm. The MIKADO BAZAAR is the only place in this colony where the public can obtain the GENUINE JAPANESE ABTICLES. The MIKADO BAZAAR is the only place in this colony where the public ran obtain SUITABLE AND INEXPENSIVE NOVF.LTIKS FOR PRESENT ATIONS to their friends. THESE MAGNIFICENT EXHIBITS are personally selected and imported by KOMA I BROTHERS & CO., 25, 56, 58, 63, 77 Sydney Arcade, (rom their Ateliers in the leading C ties of Japan. J- C. HANKS & CO/ FAMOUS / FOR / "^J/ SELLING /étw / FIMEST Á J/ / T/ GKORGE STRKKT, / SYDNEY. Woodford, Blue Mountains. English Comforts rind Australian Scenery F...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Garden. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 June 1889

The Garden. Let thy young heart a garden be, With diligence its soil prepare, From noxious w«eds of sin keep free, Sow virtue's seeds with thoughtful care. Love's golden sunshine, flooding all, Shall cause to life each germ to spring ; The tears of penitence that fall Like Summer showers shall blessing bring. In this heart garden then, of ours, If pure, kind thoughts shall be the roots. Its blossoms will be loving words, And helpful deeds will be the fruits.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 June 1889

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. ANONYMOUS.-It you will take the trouble to scan our April number, you will find that the prize of 5s. for best sample of handwriting was offered to boys, not girls as you explain. The other is simply a matter of taste. If your good wishes are genuine why are you ashamed to sign your name. L.M., MOUNT YICTORIA.-Make your two-year-old's frock with three box-pleats down front of body, upon each pleat work corresponding strips of embroidery, pleated frill round neck with embroidered spray, puffed short sleeve to correspond. Box-pleated skirt with wider spray, finished with soft silk sash of suitable color. MRS. RUSSEL.-Read Dr. Elizabeth Blackwells "Coun sel to parents on the Moral Education of the chiidren in relation to sex." MRS. LEVY.--Accept our thanks. Your address is mislaid kindly forward it again. HETTY H.- Beautifully cut and finely mounted side combs are now worn. They are diminutive but are most affective in restraining short locks so says the Ladi...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WATERPROOF SPONGE BAG. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 June 1889

WATERPROOF SPONGE HAG. Aa article much oftener needed than possessed is a sponge bag, especially by those who must often change their abiding place, and who are oftener obliged to collect and hurriedly pack toilet articles regardless of their con dition; in which case wet sponges are not easily disposed of. AU that is really necessary is a plain bag or casa made of oil-silk or rubber-cloth through which the moist urecannot penetrate, but there are few who do not prefer a fancy bag to one that is unadorned. Make a bag of oil-silk large enough to accommodate the sponges used, run wire into a hem at the top and fasten it in a circle large enough to admit the hand easily, run a gathering thread in the bottom and draw it up and fasten it so closely that no water can escape. Over this fit a bag of the same depth, but nearly twice as wide made of white web lace with a lining of some plain bright colour; silk or satin considerably soiled often looks bright and fresh be neath such a covering...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNHAPPY LOVE MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 June 1889

4 ÜNP^PPY IiÖYE MT^CflEft ¥ « ? M flflABBYüTO for wealth, position, or any con jW sideration other than love is universally considered to be the Alpha and Omega of half the world's matrimonial infelicities, but it would be easy to find a correspon ding number of so-called love matches, showing equally unhappy results. For who does not, among their acquaint ances, count the unhappy couple, whose mating was the result of a love fit,-heartily tired of each other, yet chained together for life. The woman who cannot give a better reason for marrying than that she is iu love, is likely to come to grief. It is not that she loves, but why or what she loves, that is the all important question. Realizing that when two hearts filled with love, tempered by respect, meet, melt and fuse into one, with 'congen - iality of mind and purpose, it must be, to those participating, the realization of a perfect union in every sense of the word, still, lacking the above conditions, love matches rank among ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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