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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 August 1891

.SÍ* j^OUSEHOLD j^flNTS. *£> BY rubbing with a flannel dipped in whiting, the brown discoloration may be taken off cups which have been used for biking. CLOTHBS MOTHS.-It is stated that whole clover placed in drawers with clothes will be more effective in preventing attacks by silverfish and moths than any other substance. GBEASE STAINS ON WALL PAPER.-Grease may be removed by making e past of pipe clay or of fuller's earth, and placing it upon the «pot without rubbing it in. Next day brush it with a soft brush. A MAKESHIFT OUTSIDE BLIND.-Outside »liids are effective in keeping a room cool, as they pre vent heating of the air within the glass. Where however, an outside blind is not supplied to a window, a simple makeshift can be provided hy opening the sash at the top and putting the in«iile blind outside. In order to prevent the blind rattling if there is wind, the tassel at the bottom can be brought into the room below, and the lower sash closed down on the cord to hold it. To k...

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

Vegetarians. THE Shakers are largely vegetarians, and there are other societies, or bodies of people in different parts of the United States who never touch the flesh of any animal or bird as an article of food, some considering it sinful to kill animals for the purpose of eating them. Dr. Ross, the eminent teacher and physician of Toronto, Canada, a large bodied man, as well as big-brained, and one of the most active spirits we ever met, has not touched "meat" for upward of thirty years. The well known Mark Trafton, writer and clergyman, says in a recent letter : "For eight or nine years past I have eaten no flesh of dead animals. For many years I have eaten whole wheat or Graham bread. My breakfast is the principal meal for the day-two soft-boiled eggs, a saucer of porridge, bread, and a cup of coffee. My dinner is bread, a slice or two, a cup of weak tea; at night, a half a pint of milk and a slice of bread. I hardly know, from any sensation, whether I have eaten or not. I have g...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Differences in Nervous Stability. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 August 1891

Differences in Nervous Stability. Tempere mein has much to do with the exhibi tion of nervous constitution. Some are very sensitive to their surroundings, and so a prey to anything that annoys or frets. Others are appar ently clothed in a skin that has little feeling, and their eyes and ears ¡ire little affected uy surround ings. The manner in which one lives has much to do with irritability. Hence, those who are in a high degree excitable by nature should adapt their every-day habits to an endeavour to reduce this characteristic ; they should avoid, as far as possible, those things that disturb the nervous economy, and make it one of their principal ob jects to build up a robust physique. Training of the mind has a work to do in such cases.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 August 1891

WAUGH'S BAKING POWDER IN THE CAMP OVEN. "Waugh's Baking Powder beats them all and no mistake !' DR. WAU6H'S ALWAYS THE BEST. Prepared Only by JAMES CHANNON, And Sold by all Grocers. Manufactory, HARBOUR STREET, SYDNEY.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 August 1891

CASHMERE BOUQUET THE FAVOURITE TOILET SOAP WITH UNITED STATES ARMY AND NAVAL OFFICERS. COLGATE & CO'S TOILET SOAPS, including 103 varieties both scented and unscented, are made from only the sweetest and purest materials, and are adapted to every taste and use. Do you want to have a fresh, velvety complexion and a healthy skin ? If so, use Colgate's Cashmere Bouquet Soap. The most perfect of toilet requisites. The per fume is unique and delightful. No lady who has once used it will have any other. "Colgate and Co. s Toilet Soaps are unequalled in appearance, perfume, and general good quality."-"San itary Record," London. You can get them from any chemist or dealer in Perfumery in Sydney. Do not hesitate, but try Cashmere Bouquet. ll ld ti A'iT FHOTOGtiAPHE HS, (¡V SPECIAL APPOINTMENT TO His Excellency, LORD CARRINGTON STUDIO: GROSVENOR GALLERIES, ROYAL ARCADE, SYDNEY.« ARTIFICIAL TEETH.- MR. MARSHALL'S City Dental Rooms. High-class DENTISTRY at Reform Fees. Complete Sets of ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 August 1891

TEAS. THE* |N ATATORI UM, A PERFFCT LUXURY. 64G Tons Sea Water at 90 degrees for Swimming in. THE GRANDEST BATHS IN THE WORLD. NOW OVEN. For ladieB : Mondays, 6.30. p.m. to 9 p.m. Fridays, 9 a.m. to 12 noon. 400 PITT STREET, HAYMARKET. VOCAL INSTRUCTION. ANNIS MONTAGUE. Correct and Natural Production of the Yoice, based on Natural and Artistic Principles, and applying the Italian Method to English Singing, regulating and developing the voice equally throughout its entire range. MIGNON, 192 GLEBE POINT ROAD, GLEBE. Fortress Teas. Purity % Strength. DAVIES & DIX'Fortress Teas which have such a widespread reputation in New South Wales and Victoria, comprise the choice pickings and fine varieties from the best gardens in India, China and Ceylon, andaré blended under the personal supervision of Mr. Percy R. Dix, who has for years given his time and attention to the scientific blending of Teas. These Teas are delivered daily in city and iuburbs, and despatched to any port or railw...

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

Citizens' Life Assurance Co. CAPITAL, ¿200,000. HEAD OFFICE :-47 CASTLEREAGH STREET, SYDNEY. Branches and Agencies throughout the Colonies. THE wonderful progress and great achievements of this Company are owing, in a great measure, to the punctual manner in which many hundreds of claims have been paid, the convenient arrangements made for receiving payment of premiums, and the liberal nature of all Pol icies issued by the Company. In order to bring the great benefits of Life Assurance within the reach of all classes, the premiums may be paid to the Company's District Collector, WEEKLY, Monthly, or Yearly. Claims on Policies are paid on demand, provided the necessary proofs are handed in with Policy to the nearest Branch office. During last year the "Citizen's Office" issued more Policies than any other Australian Life Office. Write or call on the Company's nearest Agent for full particulars. Agents wanted. W. ALEXR. SMITH, Secretary. SYDNEY MECHANICS' SCHOOL OF ARTS LElsTIDUSTGr Ji...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Art in the Home. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 August 1891

BY O. M. E. ROWE. «TI DiscEBNiNO woman once said, "Show me /I the pictures of a household, and I will tell you the family status in education and re finement." A fine philosophy underlies this statement, for the family unconsciously gives expression to its intelligence, in the selection of pictures. We like certain pictures because they respond to something within us, and they in turn, reflect and expose our inner nature to the eye of an intelligent observer. A young man, in the dormitory of a rich college, frequently gave five o'clock teas in his artistic apartments. His aunt and her pretty daughters assisted him in receiving the guests. One afternoon, in passing through the hall, the keen eye of the mother observed, through an open door, a wall lined with expensive pic tores, chiefly of semi-nude women, possessing * not the chaste, unapproachable sanctity of the Venus de Milo, but the suggestive degrading costumes of modern French art. The number of the room was 39. Among the stud...

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

South Australian Notes. A well attend ed raeetingl o( the council of the Woman's Suffrage League and friends of the suffrage was * held in the Y. M, C. A. rooms ; Miss Martin in the ?chair. It was unanimously resolved-That in the opinion of this meeting the time is ripe for the demand for nuTrage according to the constitution of the woman's .. suffrage lelgue, viz ; "That the women of this country ^, should have a voice in the choice of representatives to the Houses of parliament, ard that the qualifications J. .entitling women to vote should be the same as those applied to men. " It was further resolved that a deputation (rom the league should wait on Mr. Caldwell, M. P., to confer with him as to the future action of the league, in accordance with the first resolution. * IN the Legislative Council, Thursday, July 9th, the Hon. J. Warren moved for leave to introduce a Bill for , an Act to further amend the Constitution Act and the f Electoral act, 1879, so as to enable female taxpay...

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

ALEXANDERS SEWING COTTON May be had of all Drapers & Storekeepers throughout the colony J. J. LOWDEN, Agent, 166 Clîirënce street, Sydney.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
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MOTHS OF MODERN MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 August 1891

BY MRS. P. T. BARNUM. - °v T~]T\ARRIAGE to-day is with too many women a ' a garment lightly donned and carelessly worn, instead of a right royal robe which no true woman can put on voluntarily without accepting the obligation to wear it with integ rity, dignity and such grace as is possible to her. Hence is the air of our every-day life all a-flutter with the wings of invisible moths -moths whose name is legion, and whose power of destructiveness is appalling . The varieties are infinite, some more mischiev ous than others-moths of jealousy, moths of dissension, moths of super-sensitiveness, all hidden away in thousands of royal robes, yet daily doing their deadly work in their attempt to destroy the institution of happy marriage. Nothing contained in our wardrobes is so fair, nothing so frail, nothing so liable to be eaten by moths. Set, how careless many of us are to protect it ! What are the remedies ? In the first place women cannot too strictly beware of jealousy, the petty jea...

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

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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 August 1891

AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY Established 184g. J3EÄD OFFIGE, 87 PITT STRGST, SlJDqeiJ. DIRECTORS. THE HON. J. P. ABBOTT, M.L.A., CHAIRMAN. J. T. WALKER, ESQ., DEPUTY CHAIRMAN. JOSEPH ABBOTT, ESQ., M.L.A. I JAMES P. Hil iL. ESQ., THOMAS LITTLEJOHN, ESQ.. | A. W. MEEKS, ESQ., JAMES THOMSON, I'RQ. G KN ERAL MANAGER AND ACTUARY. - MÖTTAU!) TEEOE, E.LA.. NO OTHER OFFICE Declares such LARGE BONUSES Makes such STRINGENT RESERVES or Offers such LIBERAL CONDITIONS THE ACCUMULATED FUNDS NOW AMOUNT TO TEN MILLIONS STERLING. THE ANNUAL INCOME EXCEEDS 11,750,000. The profit divided for the single year i8go is £467,536. Being equal to 42.1 per cent on the Premium Receipts. This is the only Australian Life Office which gives a BONUS EVERY YEAR. EOBEET B. CAMEBON, SECRETARY.

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

WORTH NOTING. THE CELEBRATED CHEAPEST & MOST ECONOMICAL * Obtainable in fhc Colonies for Boys' ^ goughs' SCHOOL AND BEST WEAR All Parents should try the ORIENT CLOTHING for their Boys. The Mater ials are Reliable and Properly Shrunk. The work is DURABLE and the Shapes fit A GOURA TE LY and comfortably The Orient Clothing always gives satisfaction. DAVID JONES & COM Opposite the General Post Office, GEORGE STREET. SYDNEY, Patterns and directions for self-measurement sent free on application.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BUCCAL DIGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 August 1891

BUCCAL DIGESTION. BY F. G. HOLDEN. THERE is probably no part of the digestive fonction about which there is such ignorance « about thia salivary or "buccal digestion," jud there is no part of the digestive process, io which, through neglect, the prevailing dys pepsia of our age is so largely due. Digestion is not one act ; it is many. It is a foocession of complicated and inter-dependent processes, and if one link of this chain of pro cesses be broken or defective, every succeeding «ne is more or less invalidated, and the Mischief multiplied on to the end-with com jvguid interest very often. Now the "buccal íjjíjestion'' is the very first-the initial act «nd if either unperformed or ill-performed ^foessitates radical defect in every subsequent fr Itáge of the process. And yet few people even iygtow there is such a thing ! They have, at HgjMt, some hazy ideas about the gastric juice, jHpKhink that its normal abundance is the one §MH£ needful for healthy digestion--a fatal . mistake, ...

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

WHY WE DIE. The most common cause of death is fat and lime. Microbes are mere accessories in causing death. Take myself as a case in point. Once, when younger, I could lift my leg on a level .with my head. It is au effort for me now to get it half that distance. Lime deposits are the cause of it. It is only a few days since that I performed a post-mortem on the remains of a distinguished journalist, who died in this city at an advanced age. When I reached his heart I took my knife, and, on rubbing it over that organ, it sounded as if it were being rub bed over a rough stone. The heart was fairly enclosed in lime. I have now under my caw a distinguished literary man-a nonagenarian. He is going to die. His death will he canted hy abnormal deposits of lime. There i is no mystery in death. It is as natural for man to die as to be born. Wu are born, Ave develop, we grow ("grow'' is right, i and we die. Is there anything strange about that ? Man is like a tree. He lives his time, then wit...

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

A Sewing Machine for 2 ll. USUAL PRICE, 18/6. THE SMALLEST Lock-Stitch Sewing Machine In the LUarld. COMPLETE INSTRUCTIONS WITH EACH MACHINE. MARK FOY'S PRICE FOR THIS SEWING MACHINE IS 2S-11D Postage 1/- '?xtra. In I turo come to Füg, O/ford street

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

-'/vw- MIRTH, "Mamma," said a little girl, "that gentleman kissed me, and he has not been introduced to me." "What are the Knights of the Bath ?" says a mother to her boy. Sorrowfully he answers, "Saturday nights." Tommy seeing the christening robe and hood going in for the new baby, said-"My word, ma's baby must be a masher !" "Waiter, can you bring me a nice young chicken smotheicd in onions?" "No, sah ; we doesn't kill'em dat way, sah. We cut offd'er heads." Edie-"Mamma, a lady at school kissed me to-day." .Mamma-"Did she ? I hope you kissed her back," Edie-"No, I didn't. I kissed her cheek." A little boy was asked if he knew what the expression "Sewing tures" meant. "Course I does. There's a tear mother sewed. I tared it sliding downhill." "Can you give a sentence illustrating the difference between mind and matter ?" Tommie-Yes, sir 1 When I c on't mind, pretty soon they's sunthin' th' matter !" "Bessie, I hear your sister is sick ; what ails her?" "I don't know, ma'am. Maybe i...

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

The Barefoot Cure. AN exchange has it : "In time past we have repeatedly suggested in conversation, and also in print, that since the earth was a vast reser voir of electricity and magnetism, persons who were nervous and sleepless would naturally find relief by wabling barefoot on the damp grass, or soil, or even on a cellar bottom ; and also by working in the soi', and among plants with the hands, and thus restoring the electrical balance to the system. "We had never heard or read of this remedy, but had tried it, and observed its working ; for who ever saw a barefooted person who was nervous ? Now a newspaper paragraph says : 'Baron Nathaniel Eothschild has returned home from the Bavarian village where he had to go about barefooted and live on a vegetable diet as a nerve cure, and Edmund Tates reports that he is all right again.' " It may be added that at some of the Ameri can sanitoriums of the hygienic order, sandy plots are prepared in dry spaces, where patients can exercise in...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Recreation for our Leisure Hours. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 August 1891

Etoxaticm far our Ccisitrc $0ttrs. Chain Stitch.-Make a loop, and with the hook draw the wool through it. This is the foundation of all crochet work. Single Crochet Stitch.-Put the hook through the foundation chain stitch ; or, in the course of the work, through a stitch of the preceding row ; throw thread over the hook and draw through both the stitch and the loop on the hook. Short Crochet Stitch.-Put hook through stitch, draw wool through, throw the wool over the hook and draw through both loop and stitch. Double Crochet Stitch. -Throw wool Over hook, pass hook through stitch, draw wool through, throw wool over the hook and draw it through three loops at once. Long Crochet Stitch.-Throw wool over hook, which pat into the stitch, thrrw wool over again and draw through stitch, wool over again, draw through two loops, again over and draw through the remaining two. Double Grozhet Stitch and Treble Crochet.-Are tho same as long crochet stitch, except that in one case the wool is throw...

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