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About Starching Clothes. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 June 1891

About Starching Clothes. I had a "new girl" a short time since, and being by chance in the laundry saw her pre paring to hang out the clothes without starch ing. Now, I had always been accustomed to starching dresses, underwear, skirts etc., in boiled starch when they were taken from the blueing. So I asked her when she starched the clothes : "Not until they are dry ma'am ; that is the way I have been taught." I only said "Very well," and waited the result. When the clothes were well dried she took her bowl of starch out into the yard, took down tho I garments to be starched ; one by one starched them and replaced them on the line. I have found that this method requires but little more time and labour, that considerably less starch is used, and the starch never sticks to the irons. In short, my clothes have never looked so well as at the present time, though I have had just as painstaking a laundress.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 June 1891

302 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. Specialities u Ladies' Riding Hats, Traielling Hats, Ladies' Sailor Hats, Sole Agents for Henry Heath, Oxford street, London. S£SD|¿fORí ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES. G. H. SMITH 07 SON 302 GEORGE STREET SYDNEY.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
When you Clean the Stove. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 June 1891

When you Clean the Stove. I THE kitchen stove can be cleaned with, newspapers ; but when cleaning the stove do j it thoroughly. I have been in kitchens where j the top of the stove received a daily polish, but j the sides were covered with grease and dust, j and the opening of the oven doors revealed a j sight far from pleasant. Let the oven be often thoroughly cleaned with a brush kept for the purpose, then nicely washed, and your bread and cakes will have a purer flavour. Never leave dust, or grease, or rsmains of former bakings upon your oven doors. A newspaper will remove all these ; a wet cloth will complete the cleaning. In cleaning the cook-stove do not forget to keep the pipe clean within and without,-an: important point to bear in mind. THE Working Woman says : Notwithstanding women in the industrial world are under-paid and under-fed, but one woman out of a thousand has, become a criminal after eighteen years of age, while one man out of every hundred becomes a, criminal a...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 June 1891

'SHIP BRAND' BAKING POWDER Good Baking Powder, unlike yeast, leaves the flour quite unchanged, there is, therefore, no danger from yeast spores, which may have escaped alive from insufficient baking, obtaining access to the stomach, causing pains and éructions. Good Baking Powder will not injure the most delicate constitution, but proves in many cases highly beneficial. Cheap inferior Baking Powders should be avoided, as they cause indigestion, heartburn, head ache, &c, &c. Registered Trade Mark, When buying the Imperial Company's "Ship Brand" Baking powder see that it bears the Company's registered trade mark -a ship - for goods are sold as "IMPERIAL" which were NOT Manu factured by the Imperial Manufacturing Company. IMPEDÍ Manufacturing Company Ltd. 77 CLARENCE STREET, SYDNEY. IMPERIAL Manufacturing Company's PORTABLE TABLE JELLIES Have been carefully manufactured from the Best »ad Purest Material and are made and ready for use, so that any lady can prepare them w...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POET'S PAGE. Her White Apron. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 June 1891

?.Hi POETS PAGE. SK Her White Apron. I've seen her pearly shoulders gleam, In hall-room toilets, each a dream. I've seen her in her Lenten gray, And in her habit ride away. Bat in that spotless apron white, Domestic, dear, she's my delight. I love her when all fresh and fair She bids Good Morning on the stair, In pretty gown, becoming, neat, With dainty slippers on her feet, And with her apron white as snow, Tied on in a bewitching bow. Those floating streamers, tucked and laced, How close they wind around her waist. And see the dimpled knuckles rest, Contented in the pockets' nest. Ah, when that apron white she wears, I thank my stars they're narrow stairs I

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EGGS, AND HOW TO COOK THEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1891

EGGS, AND HOW TO COOK THEM. ) BT EUNICE CXBEW. ONE who knows what she ia talking ahoui says. "Whatever else you may economise in do not limit your family in respect to eggs ; even at two-pence apiece they are cheaper thar meat." An old familiar saying is, that "an egg is equal to a pound of meat," meaning that ii contains as much nutriment. They certainty are a very highly concentrated form of food, hut they are deficient in starch, therefore we should eat bread, rice, or potatoes with them ; they also lack fat, so that we need butter OT some fat meat. Combined with butter, milk and sugar, they are a perfect food. New laid eggs, crisp toast with fresh butter and good coffee, is as dainty a breakfast as one need desire, and if preceded by fruit and a cereal is all that is necessary before we begin our daily tasks. Eggs, too, are easily and quickly cooked, which is another advantage they have over meat, especially for those housekeepers who are obliged to get an early breakfast. Then ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
METHOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1891

"HO one who is in the habit of reading any *¿ of the many journals devoted to the interests of women, can have failed to be struck by the cry of overwork and overpres sure which goes up from the hearts of women. From all parts, in varying accents and in different words, but with ever the same sad refrain comes the cry, "My burden ip greater than I can bear ; the ceaseless hurry and turmoil of my life is crushing me." And the pathetic part of it is that this is no complaint of idle, lazy women, but the ex pression of house mothers, workers, leaders in great and good works, whose energies are spent for the good of their families and of humanity at large, and who only desire that their burden may be lightened that they may do their work more faithfully. The cry goes up not alone from the poorer classes, itisechoed by women in every rank, through the length and breadth of the whole contin ent. That there is overpressure, is sadly and abundantly proved by the increasing num. bets.of wome...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOVELTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1891

-HI OVELTIES, SIE-BAW letter clips hare a bronze pug and a kitten on the ends. A MOONSTONE brooch represents a bat with the extended wings in gold, crossed by silver filigree. A BROOCH of new design represents a bar of music, on which the notes are represented by pearls, and the lines are in gold wire. AMONG the great variety of umbrella handles in metal is one representing pkited gold and lilver ribbon. SOLID silver escalop butter shells with two knives in a morocco case lined with silk and vel Tet are shown as tasteful wedding presents. PIN THATS are nowadays articles of luxurious elegance and of the new heart shape. In sterling silver, the design is rippled on the upright edge and in arabesque on the pan. A TEA SERVICE with two china cups and sauc ers, two spoons, and sugar-tongs, has a design of paroquets on the saucers and little chickens on the cups. On the tea pot are fluted sections as well on the sugar bowl and cream jug. fsti'°Ê-i3 rt vi RY*funny gold brooch has a badly sc...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1891

LI>f ITKD. 344 GEÖl^E g^Eßi?, ¡SYDNEY. ~|| Sole Agents for Cbc (Êstcp #rgan, ^ rf bf/". AND PROCURABLE. ->ff PIANOS by all the BEST MAKERS. EASY TIME PAYMENT. Illustrated catalogues and prices post free on application. W. p. Philip /IND C0MP?ïNY, MJffl'ED.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A MOTHER'S STUMBLING BLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1891

A MOTHER'S STUMBLING BLOCK I Wno does not know the devoted mother ? She is careful and troubled about many things. If she could be persuaded to more leisure, more fresh air, more recreation, she would be far lighter of heart and foot, and her children better and happier. She feels that the whole duty of a good mother is not done unless she walks beside the little carriage as the baby gets the sunshine ; unless she feels the little fingers clutching at her skirts, or hears the merry voices all day long, ringing in her ears ; and is assured that nobody can be trusted with Starry Eyes one hour, until sleep falls over the eyelids. It is an absurd and impracticable theory. Constant supervision need not be constant self sacrifice. Oh, the pity of tired mothers ! Always tired ! Nerves like the spider's web, stretched from the pretty crib to the end of life ! Aching, throbbing, beating ; while the dear little voices chatter away, the noisy feet and busy hands do a thriving business in doors...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1891

oj See the Point TES UXS OF OÜS TOWÄ And make an Increase plain. For lo, instead of getting lesa, lt »herald be getting: moue. Experience has taught me thia'. The man who would be wise Should advertise by night and day. WIMBLE. And lo, the gold poured awiftly Ia, It overflowed the till ; lils rival* wondered henoa tlie chaoga, They too had advertised, But it wu not io verv strange. They had been ül-adviaed By some quack expert In the Una, But then they did not know That all experta wa can on tabina At wimbVa live Bunin. es« ss oe money by learning %hi& rhyme off by he&vfr remembering oup number ia S69 fêeorge ^wsg.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1891

'SHIP BRAND' BAKING POWDER Good Baking Powder, unlike yeast, leaves the flour quite unchanged, there is, therefore, no danger from yeast spores, which may have escaped alive from insufficient baking, obtaining access to the stomach, causing pains and éructions. Good Baking Powder will not injure the most delicate constitution, but proves in many cases highly beneficial. Cheap inferior Baking Powders should be avoided, as they cause indigestion, heartburn, head ache, &c, &c. Registered Trade Mark. When buying the Imperial Company's "Ship Brand" Baking powder see that it bears the Company's registered trade mark -a ship - for goods are sold as ''IMPERIAL" which were NOT Manu factured by the Imperial Manufacturing Company. s-Hs Manufacturing Company Ltd. 77 CLARENCE STREET, SYDNEY. IMPERIAL 17 Manufacturing Company's PORTABLE TABLE JELLIES Have been carefully manufactured from the Best and Purest Material and are made and ready for use, so that any lady can prepare them...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POET'S PAGE. In Quietness Shall be Your Strength. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1891

In Quietness Shall be Your Strength. Cleanse, cleanse your soul from stn and soil, And poetry will in it grow ; Quell in it Greed and Hate's turmoil, And music from its depths will flow. Still, still in tranquil mood advance, From ever-changeful scene to scene ; Atoms and molecules may dance, But man should hold a constant mien. Mad, mad, my masters, is the age, It plunges down, like Phaeton's team ; Consumed by fear and lust and rage, We have forgotten how to dream. Less, less of golden store be mine, So that I may have quiet hours In which to train my cottage vine And pick the priceless wayside flowers.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
For My Sake. (Written in aid of the Children's Hospital.) MATTHEW XXY., 40. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1891

For My Sake. (Written in aid of the Children's Hospital.) MATTHEW XXY., 40. "Inasmuch as ye gave ear unto the sighing Of the least of these, the children of my care, Of your love from death redeemed them, or in dying Stood between them and the shadow of despair ; "Inasmuch as when the little ones did languish, Ye put forth a hand to make their burdens light ; Inasmuch as when they lay on beds of anguish, * Ye were with them in the watches of the night ; "All the joy ye brought to light, when sorrow hid it, Now awaits you, an exceeding great reward. As ye did it unto these, to ME ye did it ; Enter ye into the joy of your Lord." ' 'Lord, when sought we out the children that did languish? When put forth the hand to make their burdens light ? Lord, we wist not when they lay on beds of anguish, And we slept throughout the watches of the night. "For our lives were full of trouble and of labour, And the night followed hard upon the day : Had we lingered with the children of our neighbour, ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Muscular Rheumatism. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1891

Muscular Rheumatism. MDSCÜLAR rheumatism is more simple and common than any other sort (if it can be properly called rheumatism,) and can be treated success fully at home. Any good liniment can be used with ru bbing as vigorous as can be borne by the patient, but I preter oil of wintergreen externally and internally. Externally rub it in well and then wrap up the part affected with flannel. In ternally, take every two hours from two to five drops of it iu a little water until the pain lessens. In all cases of rheumatism, cooling laxative medicines should be used. They are better than active cathartics. I would recommend laxative mineral water or salts. Better than all remedies, let me advise pre vention. Keep dry and warm and well protected as much as possible, but in case of severe ex posure to cold and wet, as soon as possible take a bath in hot water with thorough rubbing. Put salt in the water so that it is almost weak brine, and rub down afterwards with alcohol. Drink two cups ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Woman's Suffrage League of South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1891

Woman's Suffrage League of South Australia. A DEPUTATION from the League waited upon the Premier (Hon. T. Playford) to ask the Government to make the Woman's Suffrage Bill a government measure iii this session of Parliament. Mr. C aid well, M. P. in troducing the deputation, said the object was to endeavour to persuade the government to adopt as part of their policy the Constitution Amendment Bill, which was in troduced to Parliament last session, as the principle was affirmed by the House of Assembly. When sent to the Legislative Council the measure wis received more favourably than expected ; in a House of thirteen mem bers only one dissentient voice was heard. Had there been a larger attendance they think by this time it would "hare received the assent of Her Majesty's Government. ?He thanked the Premier on behalf of the League, for the .patt support the Government had given the measure. TO bis mind it was time for the extension of suffrage to upmen.' No more fitting tribute coul...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
In Case of a Splinter in the Eye. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1891

In Case of a Splinter in the Eye. THE following advice, given to watchmakers, may be useful to other people also, to whom a similar accident is liable to occur ; It happens occasionally, while turning, that a splinter of the metal will fly into and firmly lodge in the eye. Never try to expel it by rubbing, as it simply irritates the eye and drives the chip still further in. It is better to draw the upper lid over the lower, so that when returning to its place the lid slides over the lower eyelashes, which will sweep it clean as it were. This process will, iu the ma jority of cases, suffice to remove the splinter or other foreign body ; if not, the object may be gotten out with a piece of white paper or a camels' hair brush. Never, however, let auyone use a hard instrument. If the case requires this, it is most advisable to send for a physician.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1891

VERY SPECIAL OFFER OF a&shes and Jewellery. Imye just bought, at an enormous sacrifice, from a *ng up business, a large quantity of Watches in .going order, and also, Gold and Silver Jewellery. Watch, nickel silver case, crystal face and keyless, with enamel dials, only 12/6 Do., with push piece for setting hands, and jewelled, to stand rough usage, 15/ Do, do., 6 jewels and superior finish, the Railway regulator, 17/6 and £1. Do., small size, for Ladies, elegant designs, 17/6 and £1. »ling Silver Watches, from 21/- to 40/ í " ,, English Lever., £3 10, ' " ,, for Ladies, with fancy or plain ? dials, only 21' u " " (like the engraving) extra jew jj elled, 25/ j£ " ,, Hunteis, and Keyless, 37/6 fi: Watches, 60/- ; Hunters, 70/- ; Keyless, 80' jNl t|ive 3 years guarantee with all Silver and Gold », and 12 months with the nickel. (Postage and ing, 1/6 extra). ge Assortment of Silver Brooches from ls. ; Brooches, 1/6 ; Gold, 5/6 ; Silver Name, and » Brooches, 3/6 ; Gold, 13/6 ; G...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEDICAL NOTES. Hot Water For Sleeplessness. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1891

JA EDICAL JÍOTES. Hot Water For Sleeplessness. A VOST .wretched lier awake of thirty-five years, who thought himself happy if he could get twenty minutes' sleep in twenty-four hours, said : "I took hot water-a pint, comfortably hot, one good hour before each of my three meals and one the last thing at night-natur ally, unmixed with anything else. The very first night I slept for three hours, wakened, turned round and slept again till morning. I have faithfully and regularly continued the hot water, and have never had one bad night since. Pain gradually lessened and went, the shattered nerves became calm and strong, and instead of each night being one long misery spent in wearying for the morning, they are all too short for the sweet, refreshing sleep I now enjoy."

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Treatment of Colds. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1891

Treatment of Colds. A FFw practical hints in relation to "colds." The sufferer should rest in the first place. He should remain at home for two or three days, and a little longer if possible. Give the muscular and nervous system complete rest. The simple home remedies, such as hot lemonade, hot teas and other drinks, will be sufficient in most cases. All persons should protect their bodies carefully. Do not be brave in a form of carelessness. A "cold" may come from a wet foot, an exposed chest, a bared head or a sudden cooling of any portion of the body's surface. Keep out of a sudden draught. Do not follow the anti-overcoat philosophers. Sleep in a well ventilated room. Do not bundle your neck. A sponge bath keeps the pores open, and, within limits, is always a good thing. Eat wholesome food, keep good hours, remembering always that one of the best things to break up a cold is plenty of sleep. Eat moderately. Do not eat at ali for a few meals un less appetite comes. The old remedy ...

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