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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 September 1891

344 GEORGE WEEV, SYDNEY. -i| Stole |lgmts for %\t ?$h$i (Drgan. f. Í ! THE TP BEST AND -m M The Thosmnoa ot EttC7 Organs 1B Hcmee, Cbsrcnet, »ndCtapels »»ery where, provo their long a ai Wading popnliruy. niuitrattd Cat fl!o^tje!; teat ire». (JW fl* 6ÇB3ÛPES3F OW? FliOCÜR JE /VM0S 6y a// fóe 5£ÓT MAKERS. EASY TIME PAYMENT. Illustrated catalogues and prices post free on application. W. p. Philip AND Q%WTW, IiljaiVED.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOW TO PRESS FLOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 September 1891

jioW TO -^RESS f LOWERS. ON your next ramble through the bush take along one of those long japanned-tin botanist's boxes, or else a light basket. Have a layer of damp moss in your receptacle, and put your plants away as soon as possible. Choose the choicest specimens-and several of one sort will not come amiss. In all cases get well expanded flowers if possible. Gather the shapeliest leaves of the tree, sprigs of moss, and any miniature leaves that you think will retain their beauty after being dried, and specially keep a look out for ferns. Some plants are very small, but it is best to dig such up by the roots -it will be all the more interesting to have the whole plant. It will be prudent to take along a large, thin book, which can be tightly strapped together, as you may want to press some of the most delicate flowers immediately. Have the covers perforated with large holes to admit the air. ¥bu can buy all sorts of port folios ; but a couple of thin boards, you can readily make ...

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

DIPHTHERIA. BY FRANCES G. HOLDEN. .sKp^iPirriiEKiA is a terrible thing." So it is. d^sßi A cut artery is a terrible thing too, es pecially if you do not know how to stop the bleeding. If you do, the terror, (not the ser ious nature of the case) vanishes. So in a great measure, with diphtheria. Replace ignorance by intelligence, and the dread is at once-not vanished-but immensely lessened; fora disease clearly understood is a disease half conquered ; and at present undoubtedly, a large part of the horror associated with the very name of diphtheria, is bom of the crass ignorance which constrains people to cower before it, as before some vague grisly presence too myster ious to understand, and well nigh too hopeless to cope with. This is not so. Nothing of the sort. Common sense can understand it. (The good order of Providence does not leave great and common evils without simple and suitable remedies, for the plain men and women who, suffering, need them.) But to this end, knowledge of...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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How Much They are Like Flowers. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 September 1891

Mow ITJuch They ape Lií^e Flowers. «j^jitfgHE most interesting study for women #!ÍÁͧs *8> tm^^> woman. Not because we íT55jñ& like women better than we like men, (3^7 but because they are more difficult to understand, and more diversified in I types. All men have certain qualities in common a certain aggressiveness in regard to om- sex ; a certain egotism ; a vein of worship, and a vein of disdain for women, running side by side in their mental make-up ; a certain pride in their own superiority, and proud conscious ness of their ability to have a good time with out us, no matter how adorable they think us. There are as many kinds of women as there are of flowers and vegetables. But there are a few distinct types of femininity that are easily classified, and interesting to watch. I never meet a woman that I do not analyse, to see in which department of my mental conservatory she belongs. It is usually a question easily decided in one interview-often at one glance. Some...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 September 1891

Jfnr (Èmpiinns arôr Shin gimmes, ffov Burns, Acatos, Mí$t. ^ores, inflammation anti Cancers* HENRY'S COLONIAL OINTMENT. .AJL1 Chemists. Sole Agents, ELLIOTT BROTHERS, Sydney. ?nxts Srrofttla, (Bxysmdm, pimples

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New Zealand Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 September 1891

New Zealand Notes. THE discussion cn the Electoral Bill in the House of Representatives was especially interesting to all women, as the clause concerning the admission of women to the franchise was in it. The following extracts from the speeches of some of the Honorable members will show how much was said in favour of the clause. Sir George Grey, Mr. Saunders, Mr. Bryce, Mr. E. M. Smith all spoke eloquently in favour of it. Only two members spoke against it and they had none but the weakest arguments to bring forward which have been over and over again completely refuted. Mr. M. J. S. Mackenzie said that to give more votes to women would simply be to give more votes to the men- as, he said, if a man had a wife and eight daughters, to give them the vote would be giving ten votes to one man ; but no more would this be the fact than if a man had nine sons he would have all their votes ; he might, of course, but sons are not deprived of their votes for fear they might vote the same way ...

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

Queensland Notes. THE most important matter concerning women which has taken place in Queensland during the past month, is the Guardianship ol Infants Bill. This Bill was intro duced by the Council and when brought before the Assembly the general feeling expressed was, that it was a wonder it had not been made law before. It is a sequence of the Married Woman's Suffrage Bill, which Bill recognised for the first time in tile colony, that woman had a status or a legal existence ; that being granted it follows, that no one so well as the mother is concerned in, or anxious for, the welfare of the children she has borne. The Minister for Education, Mr. Hodge kinson, said, that it was his duty to receive the request of parents to recover the care of children placed in the government orphanages and reformatories and that the eagerness with which these requests were sometimes urged by the mothers was pitiful in the extreme ; and his experience was "that the recognition ol the responsibiliti...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DOULTON ART WARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 September 1891

DOULTON ART WARE. Passers by the post-office who scan the advertise ments on the bare end of Paling's buildings will be in erested to know what Uoulton Art Ware really is. It appears that the characteristic of this pottery is that the outline of the design is cut in the soft clay by hand. This prevents any running or overlapping of the colour and gives a fine air of finish and definiteness. Of course the many hundred artists and designers of the Burslem and Lambeth potteries are not represented by this style of work atone. All varieties of graceful shape are there and many quite new things of which we shall see more at Xmas ; iridescent colours, gilt circle decor ation and natural-coloured clays in their native hue and grain. We are glad to find too that Australian flowers are being used. The ti-tree, Christmas bush, and bottle brush, botanically correct and artistically exquisite, are used on placques, vases and dinner sets. For inventive ness in design and delicate taste in colour...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RIDING HABIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 September 1891

RIDING HABIT. The pattern of Riding Habit illustrated on page 26, sent post free for 1/6. E. D. Browne, c/o "The Dawn," 402 George street, Sydney.

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

'": iO HTÄ' HUN ¥k R'S ':-\ IORLMEHOWNED CITY BOOT ÏALACE, fc> CORNER GEORGE & MARKET STREETS, The C&eajHst Establishment inZ all Anstralla. î LIST OF BRANCHES ^ *n »ioteryJ REDFERN,;s-s.w. .Factory : ADELAIDE, S.A. factory': ÍÍR'ISE^^iJ 0*. 'V7'T ] -, ^¡Mésale Stores-v YORK STREET, SYDNEY. ?ISTREET, Sydney, K.S W. ~ WAVERLEY, *N.S.W. SOMMER-HILL* N.S.«~.,-B&RMON:E '^fryftrSy; N s -rtr. *. KING ST, Sydney, BALMAIN W JT¥w BÜTfWüoT |ST, N.s w. BALMAIN, N.S.W. PADtlNGTOflC jf.s.'W NEWTOVT . . tGHURST, 'H.S.w. ORANGE, N:S.W. LEICHHARDT jnkïw NEWCASTk>u,,i(.*w., SHORE, N.S.W. PARRAMATTA, GOULBURN,-«4.w. INVEBBLL, N.S.W. .DELAIDE, S.A. TAMWORTH, N S W. ARMIDALE, K.8.W. ADÉLAÏDE. S.A. >f60NG¿N.sw. PETERSHAM, N.S.W. HINDMARSH, g A. GJ.iSBE, N.ftW,"" fTA, s.A¿i*i KAPUNDA, S.A. GAWLER, S.A. : «BADINA, S.A. ' . * î NORTH ADELAIDE, S.A. WHERE OUR > u« Boots und Shoes ape Obtainable. if*! by Louisa Lan-son, at the office of ".1st DAW»," 402

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WOODEN BREAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 September 1891

WOODEN BREAD. A substitute for barytes in the matter of adulterated flour has been invented in Delaware. It is simply pul verised wood. Think of eating wooden bread ! But it is not at all improbable that ere long we shall unconscious ly be eating sawdust. White beech trees are used. The wood has no flavour or colour and is hard and dry. The bark is peeled oft and the logs put on a carriage which forces them against a cutting machine shaped liicea pen. eil sharpener, except that it has five or six knives instead of one. The knives revolve at the rate of from 200 to 300 revolutions a minute, and the log is soon out into fine shavings. After these are thoroughly dried they are put into a hopper and ground the same as wheat or corn. The flour comes out as fine and fragrant as from fine wheat and is put in bags without any marking on, except a tag with the address, and sent to New York.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 September 1891

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WOMEN'S INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 September 1891

WOMEN'S INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE. The great number of ladies in poor circumstances in need of employment in Sydney has induced some ladies to form a League for the purpose of helping them to work of all kinds. The Countess of Jersey has kindly consented to act as president, and a number of ladies interested in the movement have put matters in working order. The Donegal Industrial Fund having proved such a success in helping, not only the peasants, but numbers of impoverished gentlewomen, it is hoped, we may do as well in Sydney. It is proposed to take orders for any work that can be done by women. Plain and art needlework, mending and darning, cake and jam making, &c. As there will be one place to send to, it simplifies matters for all. It will be possible to lend a helping hand also to the Donegal Fund, by ordering the materials for work which cannot be had in this country.

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

4 Educational. - ^TLEE fi. jiu KT, TUTOR, _+_ SCHOOLS VISITED. CAN DIDATES PREPARED FOR CIVIL SERI ICE, JUNIOR. MATRIC. AND OTHER UNIVERSITY EXAMS. "Baroonda," 122 Glenmore Road, Paddington. MRS, PHILLIPS & MISS HIGGINBOTHAM Hold the following classes in Drawing and Painting, at the Sydney Technical College, Monday and Thursday, 2.30. p.m. to 4.30. Fee, per term, £1 io. Tuesday and Friday, 9.30. to 11.30. Fee, £3 3. Miss HIGGIN BOTHAM gives Lessons in Sketching from Nature. For terms apply, 13 TYROKE TERRACE, UPP. WILLIAM ST MISS BANKS, Teacher of Drawing and Painting, Miss BANKS has received three medals and several other prizes. Inspection invited of over 100 works of Art. For terms apply, CAMBRIAN HOUSE, I DERWENT STREET, GLEBE. French Taught by MADAME BOIVIN. Preparatory for Examinations, Composition, Conversation. Latin Taught by MONSIEUR BOIVIN. PER CORRESPONDENCE Graduate of the University of Paris and Barrister-at-law. "CHAMBLY," FERRY ROAD, GLEBE POINT. JARS. j. j-l...

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POET'S PAGE. A Dream. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 September 1891

POET'S PAGE.     A Dream. BY LOUISA L. Just as the grey dawning could faintly be seen, One still summer's morning I dreamt a fair dream, I thought that my body was tenantless clay, And friends were preparing to lay it away, They stood at my bedside, one weeping aloud, While two with deft finger's placed on me a shroud, And she who had loved me and knew all my care, Placed flowers about me and braided my hair. And murmured, "poor creature, her troubles are o'er, And they who have vexed her can vex her no more, " Then tenderly crossing my hands on my breast, She kissed me and blessed me, and left me to rest, The kindest words only about me were said And restfully thought I, 'tis well to be dead. I sighed with contentment, so safe did I seem, But alas for the sigh, for it banished my dream.

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

m%m/c FOR TZ* 12 XJ I "V E R AND KIDNEYS Ii tlir purest iiml must uenninr I onie in the world. Try it and you »vii! feel its salutary effects immediately. ASK YOUrî CHEMIST FOR XT. ",MJL, FEW diseases present less charms of novelty, and still fewer are more practical, or require a gt eater amount of intelligent skill for their successful treatment, than those now under discussion. In consequence of the inactivity of the Liver and Kid neys, through neglect or disease, innumerable complaints ensue, the most common of which is Dyspepsia. Dyspepsia is imperfect digestion, and from this we have feeble and imperfect nutrition and the results that follow from it-derangement to a greater or lesser extent of all the functions of the body, and loss of flesh and strength. The symptoms of this functional derangement of the stomach, which is commonly known as indigestion, vary very much in nature and severity, one individual suffering severely when his or her dinner disagrees, while another has ...

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

CHRISTMAS CARDS ¡ Each packet contains a choice variety of cards for young i and old. Sent post free to any address on receipt of | One Shilling in stamps. y Patent Silk Ornaments Eor decorating silk, satin, leather, and (al ric- of all des eriptions. Also Floral and other Trai.sf. rs lor wood anil paper. Post free for I/- per packet. PRETTY APRONS For Housemaids, Waitresses, Cooks, or Nurses, Tucked, Heni-»tuched aud Embroidered. Ppm, Hol land, Zephyr, or Muslin, sent post free for i/-, 1/6, 2/-, and 2/6. Reduction on quantity. Stamps or P.O. order. THE SHILLING PACKET BIRTHDAY CâlPS Sem post free for one shilling in stamps. Scraps C nii.c C nrf.ciers, Birds, Animals, and Flowers. Fifty HU i ou - I,.ni ircl. in sixpenny and one shilling packets respectively. Sf nt post free. For Social Evenings. One box containing a White Silk Handkerchief, beau tifully embroidered in pretty pale Colours ; a Pair of White Kid Evening Gloves (any size), and a lovely Hair Ornament m muted on a toriot...

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NOVELTIES. Threaded Needle. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 October 1891

-Mc flöYEHFIEß. 3N Threaded Needle. This is a useful gift for a traveller. Provide a strip of ribbon, three inches wide and twelve long ; line with cashmere or fine flannel, and stiffen with an interlining of canvas, if preferred. Finish the edges with a pretty fancy stitch to conceal the seam. Then thread, double, eleven needles with different colors of thread, silk and darning cotton; run them in the cashmere side with long, even stitches, the whole length of the case. Fold and tie with ribbon. When needed, a needle can be drawn out all ready for use.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 October 1891

PIANISTE, Terms : Quarterly in advance. T>rm to commence at any time. ADDRESS : Care of Paling and Elvy & Co., Music Depot-, 44 ALBERTO .TERRACE, (TOP WILLIAM STKEE-I.) DARLINGHURST. HERR RAIMUND PECHOTSCH, Conservatoire Vienna, REACHER OF yiOLiN, j-'iANo, ¿je. AT PALING'S, From 2 till 6 every Alternoon. "/ARAWATA" BROUGHAM TEKKAOE, 215 Victoria Street North, Darlinghurst. Top oE WILLIAM SIKLI-.T. SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION. Suites of Rooms for Families. HOT, COLD, PLUNGE AND SHOWER BATHS Five minutes from city. TERMS MODERATE. "THE PEOPLE'S" (EASY ITRCHASK PAS MENT SYST KM) * DKHPKRY DKPOT, v io CENTRAL ARCADE, liKlUKFlEi.D llii.L. (A. G DAVIES,) Established i8!)i TO MEET REQUIREMENTS OK ECONOMISTS. SPKCIAI. ADVANTAOES : No fees for orders. No interest ¿barred. AH mnnp<s paid go to reduction of accunn. Prier?, without putt, bear favourable comparison willi quality nf ^ooik. Arrangements marie direct with proprietor. Responsible parties invited tn interview. W. E'z...

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HOW TO DO THINGS IN THE KITCHEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 October 1891

P0W TO D6 VjnjiejS IN JPflE KITOflEN. BY CATHERINE OWEN. fT is taken for granted that as a rule people know how to do certain things by instinct. Some one says: "Chop some parsley," "Grate a lemon"-or we give a recipe for dressing poultry, and add : "Stuff the chicken." It is quite true that most people can get the peel or part of it off a lemon by means of a grater, or cut parsely leaves smaller with a chopping knife. But as a matter of fact very few people know that there is a right and a wrong, or a good and bad way of doing such simple things, and that in Europe, working women teach their children these triflles, and to be very exact about them, long before they are old enough to do any serious cooking. To GRATE LEMONS.-If you need the juice of the lemon as well as the peel, you must roll it under the hand until soft. Then take a sharp coarse grater and hold it steady with the left hand ; begin at one end of the lemon and rub it on the grater with the right hand turning as you &...

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