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

THE FAVORITE TOCLET SOAP WITH UNITED STATES ARMY AND NAVAL OFFICERS. COLGATB & OOS TOILET SOAPS, including 103 varieties both scented and unscented, are made from only the sweetest an<l purest materials, anJ are adapted to every ta»ta and use. Do ron want to have a fresh, velvety complexion, uti a healthy skin ? If so, use Colgate's Cashmere Banquet Soap. The most perfect of toilet requisites. The perfume ia 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." -" Sanitary Recird," London. You can get them from any chemist or dealer in Per umery in Sydney. Do aot hesitate, but try Cashmere Bouquet. The Improved Hearson Incubator, Manufactured and Worked by DOUGLAS M. H A D K I N S, 84 Bathurst Street. Works : Elizabeth Street, Redfern. EEMINGTON TYPEWEITEE. This machine received a first award at the Mel bourne Exhibition. Many ladies in Sydney and ...

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

Useful Hints. ' For those who hurry to and from their meals, soup is recommended as a preparatory agent for the reception of (oHd food. For a man to hurriedly rush to his meals .ad gulp down meat, vegetables and pie, without a short passe of rest for the stomach is nearly akin to suicide. Toasting bread destroy the yeast germs and covert» the starch into a soluble substance which is incapable of fermentation. Dry toast will not sour the stomach ?or produce any dUcomfnrt, and is, therefore, more agreeable to a weak digestion than any other bread. A stooping position, maintained for any length of time, tends more to undermine the health than is gener ally supposed.. An erect position should be observed whether sitting, or standing. To sit with the body leaning forward ou the stomach, or to one side, with the heels elevated on a level with the haftds, is not only in bad taste, but exceedingly detrimental to health; it .ramps the stomach, prestes the vital organs, interrupts the free mo...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRAIN-RUST [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1889

BRAIN-RUST Sir James Crichton-Browtie, when lecturing on "Brain Rust" at the Midland 'Institute at Birmingham, called in question the wisdom of the compulsory retirement and pension dispensation nnder which we live. He had seen, he said, several cases of mental disease Induced solely by enforced idleness in men turned ont of the publie service», iu conformity with a fixed rule, while still in the heylay of brain-power, and capable of useful work. He knew of no surer 'fay of inducing premature Benile decay tl-an for a* man of an active temperament to retire and do n.ithtag when just past the zenith of life, and he knew >{ ho ?urer wuy of enjoying a green and vigorous old age than to keeo on working till its close. Sir James called attenti n to the longevity of the Judges, and s;iid that susta :ed brain-friction protected them against th< inroads of i/iain-rust. They could neverfail into rou inc but w-re, while holding office, constantly called on fir intel lectual exert...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1889

NOTICE OF REMOVAL. T3ENT1ST. au EI.IZAHKTH-ST. iJWe dn.ir from BATHURST-ST. SYDNEY. Hours of attendance, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. SMITH &. MANNELL, THE POPULAR SHIRT MARKUS, HOSIERS, A MEN'S MERCERS 298 GEORGE STREET, Established 1844. SYDNEY. Established 1844 J. LADIGIN, Picture Frame Maker, Carver, Gilder, &c, il Central Arcade, George Street, Sydney. Mount« cut tu any ilcsi^n. Time !'lymentri taken THE F A R Id E R S' DAIRY PRODUCE CO. 89 OXFOKD STREET, SYDNEY. Butter, Eggs, Bao 111, an I I'mit ry (resit d*i!y, co-o|>ei'*¡ive puce*. Ci ked Him i/ó p-r Hi J. TURNER ROBERTSON AND COMPANY'S, FASHIONABLE TAILORING HOUSE 418 GEORGE STREET. (Onposite the Knut Markils) G. PARKIN. GENERAL ENGRAYER, DIE SINKER, Ac, io Bond Street, Sydney. Corporate, Bank and Office Seals. Ba»*; or Zinc Door anil Window Plates. 4 PIC ru RE FRAM EMAKER, | ^ $luôij oorfe^a Speciality. x>< iii,,. *S9i* CLARENCE-. STREET. SYDNEY. (Near Barrarlr Srr«.» f ï

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

fi opear QppüPTUnifJJ I THOMPSON AND GILES1 COMPULSORY SALE %. In all departments,-Take advantage ot%

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1889

The Dawn will be published oh the ist of each month, and will be forwarded to any address in Australia for 3s (payable in ad ?vance)f or one ysar. Any one willing to push THE DAWN among their friends and at the same time wishing to add to their income, should write to this office for specimen copies and informa tion as to the commission allowed on sub scriptions. All business communications to be ad dressed to the City Office, 26 Jamieson Street, Sydney. Subscribers sending other than New South Wales stamps must add io per cent, for exchange. All articles intended for publication must be forwarded to the Editress, 26 Jamieson Street. Correspondents desiring return of their M.S.S. must forward siamps for the purpose.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1889

W. H. PALING AND CO-, LIMITED. Agents for the celebrated Estey Organs, remarkable for superiority of tone, workmanship & durability.

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

ART DECORATIONS. Ks Mediums, and Colours in Oil and Moist for Canvas, Silk, and Satin Painting. Brushwar*. Aspinall Enamel for Ladies' worn. S^Ty Artistic Wall-papers Çy for .V^ / Boudoirs and Drawing-rooms. TAPESTRY AND LINCRUSTA WALTON.

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

^.Ü IJEUJS f and > IZOTES. ^ Mrs. Ipkendanz, who so generously housed and otherwise provided for a number of families during the recent floods, was the recipient of a very handsome silver urn last evening, from the Mayor, on behalf of the people of Marrickville. It is women who write most of the English and American novela, though men still ply that in dustry, and it is women who ara most popular in their navels. What has sold so well as ''Uncle Tom ? " Who in France was read so much a* George Sand ? or in England as Charlotte Bronte and George Kliot ? or in Sweden as Fredrike Bremer? or in America as Miss Alcott ? or now ' in all countries as Mrs. Ward ? No wonder that these great successes, and mwy others that can be named, tempt women to write many poor novels, and some good ones, the majority being mediocre, however, or neither good nor bad. But mediocrity in novels now is much higher in quality than it used to be, the novel-writing talent having gn wu by cultivation, until t...

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

ADVICE TO GIRLS. It is sometimes thought that if a girl has been educated at a high class school, she must be cultured, but some such girls are the most uncultured of persons. One need not be rich, or educated, or travelled, in order to.be cultured ; but only sure that all sides of her being grow in harmony. Culture does not mean music or French, but womanhood. Very few can be rich, a small number educated, but culture is for all. Be determined to know something, even a little, of the best history, the best poetry, the best biography, the best of art, the facts in science, and the best thought* of the best minds-devote ten minutes each day to reading five or six solid books a year, not mere stories. The best in style and sentiment is a« cheap as the poorest. There is no excuse for reading trash, when the standard works on all subjects are as cheap as the poorest; no more than for walking in the mud when a clean sidewalk is provided. Not expensive but select reading gives culture. Ga...

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

AírMat Amwuiiiinîhi T THOMPSON AND GILES- COMPULSORY SALE, VllCdl UPPUI lUDliy ! In all Departments, - Take advantage of it.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Corset Question, From Good Health. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1889

The Corset Question, Ft%m Good Health. DR. J. H. Kellogg, of Battle Creek, Mich, has pub lish*! the results of experiments made with his Pneumo graph, an ingenious little instrument which records aBtotnattcally by zigzag lines the movement of the body ia ' trothing. The tracings resemble the diagrams made by, pols« movement, and recorded on smoked glass by the wellknown pulsoroeter. He finds that the civilised .raman ia the only one who breathes with the upper part of her chest. The chief movement of the body in all * other human creatures is abdominal. Diagrams of the "respiration records" made by a man, a Scotch unmarried woman who had never worn corsets, a Chickasaw Indian " woman, a Mexican Indian woman an# others, all show little movement of the" upper part of the chest, large mO<r4ment of the lower part. A man who wore a corset, and an Indian girl and a civilized girl similiarly con stricted, all reversed the natural order, and breathed with . Ike upper part almost ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Dawn Club. A Social Reform Club for Women. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1889

>f Cije Salim Chit, ^4 A Social Reform Club for Women. A ON Thursday the 2Srd May, at the invi tation of Mrs. Lawson, a few ladies met at the Forester«;' Hall, to endeavour to start a ?'club or association of women. ' Though no programme had been »o much as suggested, all those present were prac tically of unanimous opinion as to the nec essity to form a woman's union, and of one mind as to the work to which such a union should devote itself. A merely social club or place of town resort for women is not in tended, but to amalgamate women for mutual development, for mutual aid, and for the consideration and forwarding of various questions of importance to the sex, is rough ly the purpose of the club. At the first meeting Mrs. Gent spoke of a case which had recently come under her notice. An ignorant country girl who had been seduced, had been turned out of her home and sent down to the city to take her chance. Her friends, who should have been most ready to shield and forgive her,...

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

Medical Notes. RKMBPT ron BILIOUSNESS.-One of the best and gimpiest remedies for torpid liver or bilious ness is to take night and morning, a glass of hot water with the juice ot half a lemon squeezed in it, but 110 sugar. A person to whom this was re commended tried it, and found himself better almost immediately. His daily headaches, which medicine had failed to cure, left him, his appetite improved, and he gained several pounds within a few weeks. I'll is is so simple a remedy that any I person thus afflicted ¡viii do well to give ita trial, as it cannot possibly do any harm. THE HOT WATER CURE.-Hot water is by all means a preferable drink for some persons suffering fiorn dyspepsia, gastric catarrh, in flamed stomach. &o. And this is the condition represented by the great mass of invalids who have stomach derangements. Hot water is soothing to the mucous membrane. It cleanses it also, and promotes activity of tho secreting vessels. Its influence upon the stomach is not, h...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To the Editress, [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1889

To the Editress, DEAR MADAM, I do think "The Dawn" is doing, and I trust will still do a splendid work in the world, viz : that of waking up the women to see their position and do their work in the world. lam trying to do my little best as a minister's wife, in helping my fellow sisters to be more natural on the question cf religion, speaking out what is in their mirds before others as we do on any social question. - I am sure, if our Christian life has vitality, we cannot help the growth of the new life being seen and bearing fruit. I do trust you will pardon this lengthy scrawl, but I hoped it might be encouraging to you to know that, one here, another there, are striving to help on the woik-. of lifting, the world higher, each perhaps, in different ways, and yet, all tending upwards and onward. My husband used "Inasmuch" last Lord's day asa lesson for the little folks. Yours, much interested, ANNIE CLOSS.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TYPOGRAPHICAL ERROR. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1889

t - TYPOGRAPHICAL ERROR. In our last, speaking of Quong Tart, and of the lesson to be learnt from his recent trip, we are made to say "Reverence to parents, and respect to all." It should have been "respect to age."

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

CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondents desiring retían of theil M.S.S., » ust 'orvjard stamps for the purpose. Dear Madam, I beg to acknowledge the receipt of book and pair of pictures, sent as a present for getting four new subscribers io your paper ''The Dawn, " and am very much- pleased with them. The subscribers express themelves as de lighted with the paper. I remain yours truly KATIE FERGUSON. DEAR MADAM, I enclose three shillings' worth of stamps, a year's su iscription to "The Dawn". You are to be congrat ulated upon having passed its first anniversary. I trust it will pass many more. It has greatly improved of late, and I consider lt is an extremely readable jour nal. Wishing it every success in the future. Yours sincerely, S. D. The Ragged School, Oddfellows' Hall, Brisbane street. DEAR EDITRESS, You would have been glad if you were here yesterday, and saw the number of happy faces. Presents were given by ladies to about between sixty and seventy children, and they were all brimmi...

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

TOST & ROHU, .¡g Taxidermists, Furriers, Tanners, and Island Curio Dealers 60 WILLIAM ST., SYDNEY. N.S.W. The only genuine Curiosity Shop in Sydney. LYRE BIRD. (Menura itiperba) *Trg\R. A. BENNETT, 135 Macquarie St.. North Late Assistant Demonstrator of the Philadel phia Dental College, and Hospital of Oral Surgery. Dr. Bennett proposes to introduce the latest improve ments in dentistry, to prevent the ruthless extraction of.teeth and roots, and devote the proper attention to saving them ; to restore to usefulness, decayed teeth and roots ; to permanently fix artistic artificial teeth (?without plates when practicable) as regularly prac tised in America. Hours, 9 u 4.30. >_. ELLIOTT & CO., f (Late F. N. COLLINS ) HOMOOPATHIC CHEMISTS ' 805 GKOKGE S TUE KT, (Near Hunter Street). Established 1856. Established 1856. Our medicines are all freshly prepared, and of the best quality. Price : I/- per bottle, or 9'- per dozen, postage an additional id. un each bottle. A la...

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

Our Century. Through the dusk of dawn and distance, sailing over [unknown seas, Britain came, for honour searching in her lone antipodes. As of old the fabled sea-snake, tail in mouth, and body [curled Held "this spotty globe " together, so her track runs [round the world. And men of every race and clime Pass yearly to and fro, Where Cook's brave band first sighted land A hundred years ago. Read the roll of bold explorers, every haughty war [rior'ß peers ; Real their footsteps echo, echo, down the dim and [distant years. Dreary miles of sandy desert, tangled thicket, grassy [plaint. Ambush wild for man or serpent, calm they faced mid [want and pains Now tasselled corn, with broad bright leaves, And fruits ambrosial grow Where tool of man no furrow ran »A hundred years ago. 5^~" Se« to westward giant mountains, dim and blue ID »um [mer haze Who will force their rugged portals ? Thread the wild [and dangerous maze? Britains' sons made ready answer, cut the Gordian [knot in twain " Bas...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Poet's Page. Daybreak. Written expressly for "The Dawn." [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1889

.;.râÉk. .i Cfjf Port's $agr. ff Daybreak. j Written expressly for "The Baum." W»ke ! Sisters, wake ! The eastern sky grows golden, Earth casts aside the dusky garb of night ; Soft swathes of mist roll back from flat and river, The morning star shines shadowy and white ; Strange creeping things and noisome hide and hurry Back to the dens and caverns where they lie, Grim midnight phantoms shudder and evanish, Shot through and through by Daylight, utterly. Wake, Maidens ! from your dreams of love and laughter, The brave bright day bears duties in her train , Rise, and be ready I Heart and hand be steady ! Who sows in springtime, harvests golden giain. Rise Women I From the couch of weiry weeping, Night-watehes filled with anguish and dismay : Courage, fad-hearts I A brighter dawn is breaking: " Hope on ! Hope ever ! Work and wait, and pray. Come from your homes of luxury and splendour I Come from the haunts of misery and sin ! Sitten ! Though dark and deep the gulf betwixt you : Help,...

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