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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 April 1891

One Hundred Watches Given Away including at least Forty Silver Keyless Watches. Sunlight Soap QUARTERLY PRIZE COMPETITION. FOR YOUNG FOLKS ONLY. Next competition closes June 3ùth. Competitors to save as many Sunlight Soap Wrappers as they can collect, cut off the bottom portion of each wrapper, that portion commencing "Now for the Sun light way of Washing." This portion, called the "Coupon," to be saved for the competition. When as many of these coupons are collected as the competitor thinks will win a prize, send them, postage, and carriage paid, to Lever Bros., Sydney, enclosing with the Coupons a sheet ol paper on which the compet itar has written his or her full name and address, and age last birthday ; and must be signed by the boy or girl's father or mother, and witnessed. The prizes will be awarded to those sending in the largest number of Coupons. Lists of winners will be advertised. A printed list of winners will be forwarded after the competition closes, to competitors who...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 April 1891

NOTES. Miss ALICE LONGFELLOW, daughter of the poet, is a fine amateur photographer, and has made a specialty of storm pictures taken along the Massachusetts coast. They will be used to illustrate a new book of sea songs soon to be issued. WYOMING has raised the age of protection for girls to eighteen years. Wyoming and Kansas, the two States where women vote, are the only States where the age is eighteen. WRONG woman, and man is the greatest suf ferer. The best men Bee it, and have lost all desire to swallow or suppress the other half of humanity. WE ask for suffrage that we may stand side by side with our fathers, husbands, brothers, and sons, working with them in purity and truth for a noble political life for the country's weal. Not for man's place do we ask, but for the fulness of woman's. ONE of the first acts of the new Japanese Parliament has been to repeal the rule that forbade women to be present as listeners to the debates. Women have already begun to attend.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 April 1891

A Sewing Machine for 2/11. USUAL PRICE, 18/6. THE SMALLEST Lock-Stitch Sewing Machine In fhe UJopld. 126 Machines Sold in Ten days. COMPLETE INSTRUCTIONS WITH EACH MACHINE. MARK FOY'S PRICE FOR THIS SEWING MACHINE IS 2S11D. Postage 1/- extra In Future come to FOJJ. Oxford Street,

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMANS WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 April 1891

WOMANS WORK. 3UNITS HEXRI BROWNE, writing in Ladies' Hume Journal upon the general complaint among woman that they lack time, makes this remarkable statement : "Quick as woman are in thought, rapid as they are in execution, they seldom know how to profit by the brief intervals between the various kinds of work. They do not have time to avail themselves of bits of time. They are so very busy that they cannot think of trifles.'' "Trifles," indeed! According to the belief of mankind generally, a woman does nothing else but think of trifles. It is but a trifle of course to rise at 6 a.m. and prepare breakfast for a family of five or seven, to at tend to the bread-making, the laundry work, the marketing of the day, the bed-making, the sweeping and dusting and all the trifling duties of the home which, if not done gives to every thing such utter desolation. Then in the "bits of time between various kinds of work !" Who ever heard of there being any interval of time between household dutie...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO MOTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 April 1891

TO MOTHERS. ENCOURAGE your children by subscribing to "To*ng Australia," a journal of pure literature, published for -children. The price is ld. monthly, or I/- per annum. Address all orders, L. Wynn, 402 George st., Sydney. Any boy or girl sending one new subscription to "Young Australia" will receive the choice of the following pre FOR ONE SUBSCRIBER: 1. -One packet containing Ten Crack Shots, (startling effects). 2. -One Dude Set containing Masher Moustache, eye glasses and tooth pick. 3. -One Umbrella Baloon. .4.-One School Sponge and One Pocket Mirror, 5. -One Packet Flower Seeds. 6. -The choice of either of these pictures (for framing) "Caught in the Act," "We are Seven," or "Engaged." 7-"Robinson Crusoe," 8. -iyi yards pretty More satin striped Ribbon, cream, heliotrope, white, apricot, pink, blue or green. 9. -Three yards Strong Torchon I^ace, (inch wide.) 10. -Three yards Embroidery. 11. -Three yards Insertion, (inch wide.) 12. -Pattern of Lady's Afternoon Apron. 13. - ,, G...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No. 3. School Boy's Surprise Packet [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 April 1891

No. 3. School Boy's Surprise Packet contains, One box pens One school sponge One umbrella balloon One packet of ten crackshots, laud report One Dude set. comprising moustache, and eye glasses.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No. 4. School Girl's Surprise Packet [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 April 1891

No. 4. School Girl's Surprise Packet contains, One packet conversation cards One school sponge One book pretty crochet patterns One ball Evans' crochet cotton, any colour Pocket Crochet Needle Packet Sewing Needles

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Joy in Sorrow. "There is a joy in sorrow, which none but a mourner can know." [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 April 1891

f Joy in Sorrow. "There ia a joy in sorrow, which none bnt a mourner can know." c7TLTHOU<ÎH we are always disturbed and frequently rebellious when trouble arises, how often do we prove, it to be, when bravely met, a blessing in disguise. Very few, if any of us, could look back on our short lives and say, we should have been better if every thing had gone smoothly with us. Real sorrow softens the character, and makes it more sensitive and refined ; not merely witii that sensitive fineness that mourns over every little personal slight and dignity, but that which generates a true and tender sympathy with all the joys, difficulties, and sorrows of others, and opens the "minds eye" to a clear perception of true nobility whenever, and under whatever circumstances of life, it is found. A tree that is not pruned and trained, will give very little fruit, and that little of a poor quality, so also, an easy and luxurious life free from any great pain or loss, seldom gives a very goo...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 April 1891

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Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A TIMELY REMEDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 April 1891

A TIMELY REMEDY. To Messrs. Edward Kow and Co., Dear sirs,-I don't know how to thank you for all the worry you have saved me- My three little boys have been suffering from bad eyes for the last fifteen months, the discharge from their eyes was so great that tt quite upset me to have to wash thein tn the morning and I thought that they would never recover. I could not tell you all the time I spent in bathing their eyes and wash ing handkerchiefs for those three little suffeters. And only a mother knows the dreadful anxiety I suffered for them. However, a good samaratan in the shape of an old tramp gave me a morsel of your ointment, and three applications with a dose of senna each, quite cured my children. I would strongly advise all r.\other's in the bush to keep a pit of JOSEPHSON'S ointment in the house. -ELIZABETH MARSHALL, Canadian, near Mudgee.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 April 1891

See the Point I** TES KAN Oí OÜB tOWBL There was a man In oar towu Who would nat advertise, Awl go, with me, you'll all Mr Ee was not extra wise. But when be lound his cash decrease. With all his might and main He »et to work to figure up, And make an increase plain. Says he, " My cash must not decrease, ft paine th me full sore : For lo, instead of getting le«, It should he getting more. Experience has taught me this . Should advertise by night nd dav. And I willadvertlm* His riyals wondered hewe tLe oh&oge, WIMBLE* They had been ill-Advised By some quack expert in thc line. Bat then they dla not know rh»t all expert» we oas cm teilte« At Wimble*! llTe Bonan. ff« e&zi save money by lestpning ¿Ais phyme off by he&pji *6mQmbepin¿ CUP numbep ia §69 (£eop¿e

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LETTER-WRITING FOR YOUNG PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 April 1891

LETTER-WRITING FOR YOUNG PEOPLE. THERE are very few young people to whom letter writing is not a dread and wearisome burden. They enjoy recevinj letters, O, certainly, and are liable to be come impatient with negligent correspondents, but there are so many distracting pleasures in the life of a bright boy or girl that a task of this sort is apt to be relegated to some more convenient season in the shadowy future. Acknowledgements of Christmas or birthday gifts, letters of courtesy after paying a visit to one's friends, notes of congratulation, or condolence are fairly worried out of most boys and girls by their mortified mothers and sisters. Yet it is quite possible to mike letter-writing a means of enjoyment even to children. "O, Lucy, how can you neglect to thank grandpa for that pretty watch ?" says a mother. Do write to him this very day," Lucy toys with a dainty gift and says that it is a beauty, and that she will try to write to grandpa at once. But alack and alas 1 An hour fo...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THINGS WORTH KNOWING. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 April 1891

THINGS WORTH KNOWING. Tallow applied warm, will soften, and finally cure corns and bunions. A teacupful of lye in a pail of water will improve the appearance of black goods. The foot of a coarse worsted stocking is superior to a sponge for bathing purposes. To prevent a shiny skin use a little camphor in the wash-water. Never use face powders. They are delus ions. To kept the lips soft and in good colour bathe them occasionally with alum water, followed by glycerine or camphor-ice. When the carpet has been soiled with ink instantly apply blotting-paper then milk, then blotting-paper, so on until the spot is out, as it will be. Don't rub. To soften water for washing napkins, clothes, dishes, &c, use a teaspoonful granulated lye to four gallons water, and dissolve thoroughly. Boiled cabbage should be drained in a colander fifteen minutes, and then put in the oven for five minutes to heat again. To use the broken bits of soap string them together in a tiny flannel bag like a pi...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Helen Kendall's Rosy Wrapper. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 April 1891

pelen Aíenbad's Boso ftftlrapper. r fr IIV MARY H. SMITH. jlSK-^A^TIFUL, beautiful, but perfectly useless !" JSSM exclaimed Helen Austin, as she lifted a cash ew s ,:-^> mere wrapper from a box in which it had been packed, and shook out its soft folds. ^ It was beautiful, in truth. The ground was a lovely rose colour, over which mean dered a delicate vine, with sprays of wild roses and buds of a deeper tint, and faint green leaves. A little, not too much, soft lace finished the neck and sleeves, while one or two bows gave piquancy to the whole. It was a bri dal present which had just come to Helen Austin on the day before her marriage. "It is just like Cousin Mary," continued the bride elect ; "fine, dainty, exquisite; but it would be utterly out of harmony with my blacks and browns and grays. I could never wear it in the world." "But, my dear, is there any law compelling you to wear only blacks and browns and grays," asked Mrs. Lindley, the friend to whom she was showing it. ''C...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Vision of Christ. A SERMONETTE FROM A WOMAN'S PULPIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 April 1891

The Vision of Christ. A SKBMONETTE FROM A WOMAN'S PULPIT. "ßk, CHRIST, dear Master, if I could but see Thee face to face, and feel the reality of Thy blessed life !" I prayed. But at that moment my servant came to me with a broken cup, much prized, and now use less ; and after coldly remarking that she ought to have had more care, I bade her go away And not disturb me ; so she went away, unhap py and unforgiven. "0 Christ, dear Master, if I could but hear .a token of Thy personal love for me !" I prayed yet a third time. But no voice or vision came to me, so I rose from my praying and went about the house. My servant sang not as usual over her work, nor did she greet me as I passed ; and there, in a corner, asleep with the recent tears on the little pale cheek, lay the child and her broken doll, and her first great grief. And somewhere in my heart a voice spoke out clear, so that I could not choose but hear : "For ever, and for ever, I, the Christ, am that which asks for love and co...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Laura's Experience. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 April 1891

laura's (Bmzxumt. BT B. H. DAVIS. -ww»- -«\ ?y^HEN Christine Wall's Uncle John was go ing back to Sydney last summer, he said to her, "Coax your father to bring you and Laura down to town some day, I will drive you out to the park and we will take luncheon at the Hotel Metropole, naming a fashionable hotel. Christine's eyes sparkled. "That would be delightful ! Indeed, we will come, uncle !" The Wail girls had few amusements. Their father was a mechanic in a country town, with a limited income. But he was glad to bring any possible pleasure into their lives, and when he heard of his bachelor brother's invitation, he promised to take the girls in Easter week to Syd ney for the day. "Just in time to see the city in its holiday dress," said Christine laughing with delight. "But what shall we wear," asked Laura an xiously. "Our cloth dresses, of course," said Christine. ''Impossible!" exclaimed Laura. "Why, all the fashionable women in Sydney go to the Metropole and what would they thin...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 April 1891

CHELEM®]" § G© HIGH ANT PHOTOGHAPHBhS, BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT TO His Excellency, LORD CARRINGTON. STUDIO : GROSVENOR GALLERIES ROYAL ARCADE, SYDNEY. 1 Ceylon, India, and China Teas of all the choicest descriptions can be t obtained from WILLIAMS & GIBBONS, GROCERS, 86 - OXFOED STREET. - 86 We carry the Largest Stock of RUBBER GOODS in Australia. i- 270 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY, i ALEXANDER'S, SEWING COTTON. MAY BE HAD OF ALL 1 )rapers Ac Store Uee|>ers THROUGHOUT THE COLONY. J. J. LOWDEN, Wholesale Agent, 166 Clarence St., Sydney.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 April 1891

JOHN HUNTER'S WORLD-RENOWNED CITY BOOT PALACE, ^ . 'ceRNER 6E0R6E "fljil) ¡ífiRKW g^EMtg. The Cheapest Establishment in a ll. .Australia. LIST OF BRANCHES. Wholesale Stores: YORK STREET, SYDNEY. Factory: REDFERN. OXFORD STREET, Sydney, N.s.w. WAVERLEY. N.s.w. SUMMER HILL, N.s.w. PYRMONT, N.s.w. BATHURST, N.S.W. " BALMAIN, N.S.W. PADDINGTON, N.S.W NEWTOWN, N.s.w. DARLINGHURST, N.S.W. ORANGE, N.S.W. LEICHHARDT, N S W. NEWCASTLE, N.S.W. NORTH SHORE, N.S.W. PARRAMATTA, GOULBURN, N.S.W. INVERELL, N.S.W. PORT ADELAIDE, S.A. TAMWORTH, N S.W. ARMIDALE, N.S.W. ADELAIDE, S.A. WHKRE OUR Famous Boots and Shoes are Obtainable Printed by Louisa Lawson, at the office of "TBE DAWS," 402 George Street. Sydney.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Doctor's Sympathy. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 April 1891

A Doctor's Sympathy. JU HE coolness and seeming indifference which physicians exhibit in the sick-room often wins for them the reputation of being without feeling or sympathy. The fact is, that their hearts are often moved with compassion at the scenes they are compelled to witness, but for the sake of the patient as well as the hopes of tne relatives an unmoved exterior must be preserved. Of a noted doctor, it is said, that his autocratic bearing gave no hint of the sympathy which he felt for his patients. A gentleman entering his office one evening unannounced was surprised, however, to find the doctor with his head bowed over Ids desk and sobbing convulsively. The intruder was about to withdraw in silence, when the doctor wheeled around in his chair, and, with tears streaming down his furrowed cheeks, said : .'Take a seat. There is no occasion for pri vacy. I was thinking of little Willie M-, who has been sick with scarlet fever. It was a severe case, but I had it under control. ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 April 1891

j^ADiES ^SHOULD ^EE S. WHIDDON'S !'I.KNDI1) .STOCK OF BOOTS ^I]D SÇ0ES, ALWAYS ON HAND AT 178 PTTT STREET, and at 135 OXFORD STREET.

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