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WOUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 October 1891

WOUNDS. CUTS.-l.-Wash part carefully with cold water. 2.-Put edges of wound together, and apply strips of sticking-plaster. 3.-Dress with clean, linen rag dipped in cold water ; keep cool and damp ; support part with bandage. N.B .- If wound perfectly clean, apply Friar's Balsam on lint ; change twice a day. BRUISES.-Keep part affected at rest. Bathe with Arnica, or Ammonia lotion. If severe : stop bleeding by pressure and cold application, then bathe with lotion. N.B.-If bleeding continues, see above. BUHNS AND SCALDS.-1.-Remove clothes care full}*, cutting same where they adhere to skin. Be careful not to injure skin. Prick any blis ters. 2.-Varnish part with oil and whiting, flour, starch, or best of all, Carron oil, (equal parts lime-water and linseed oil.) 3.-Cover with cotton wool and bandage carefully. "When healing, anoint with carbolic glycerine or chalk. In Severe Casr : If shock occurs, see rules for same. Sustain patient in room the air of which is moistened by steam. Gi...

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

"The trutli, the truth, and nothing but the truth.' HARDMAN BROTHERS, fHTPW True Unscrupulous grocers will tell you, "they are as good as" or "the same as the Primrose." IT'S FALSE-The Primrose never was excelled, and if your grocer sends you something in place of the Primrose, the honest thing to "do is send it back.

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

- ,j|.|H^HERE are comparatively few people who know how to sleep ; for sleep, in "ST" its best sense of renewal, is by no T means a ttuDg that comes by nature, as Dogberry believed reading and writing to come, but also requires some hygienic science. The difference between sleep in its perfection and the sleep commonly obtained, is the differ ence between feeling perfectly and exhilarat ing well, full of that positive energy that pre determines achievement, and feeling in a state when one only goes about by sheer force of will and as a matter of endurance. It is an an open question as to whether sleeplessness is not at the root of every other illness or deflection from perfect health. Im perfect sleep is usually followed by resort to stimulants of some kind-tea or coffee unduly strong, if nothing worse-and this, habitually practised, throws the entire system out of order. Strong coffee affects the eyes most unfavorably and the whole system as well ; and tea in undue strength or quan...

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

A Sewing Machine for 2 ll USUAL PRICE, 186. THE SMALLEST Lock stitch Sewing Machine In fhe Uiorld. COMPLETE INSTRUCTIONS WITH EACH MACHINE. MARK FOY'S PRICE FOR THIS SEWING MACHINE IS 2S1 ID Postage i/- extra, Tn Future come to FÖJJ, Oxford street, SYDNET.

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

"CHLOROZONE" DISINFECTANT, A reliable Deodoriser and Disinfectant should be in every household. J. V. LAVERS & CO.'S "CHLORO ZONE" is the best and most reliable Disinfectant known, and has been used on the Governmen Railways for more than nine years. SANOLEUM, OIL OF HE^ILTIH:, Ok iUmtmatic ^ FOR Rheumatism, Stiff Joints, Gout, Neuralgia, Sprains, Sciatica, Lumbago. Pleurisy, Colds, Congestion of the Lungs, Sore Throat, Headache. Swel lings, Bruises:, Burns, Scalds, Old Ulcers, Chilblains, and all forms oí Muscular Diseases. Six drops on sugar taken before going to bed will cure a cold. MB. J. V. LAVERS, Sydney, December 18, 1890 Dear sir,-ri have tried a bottle of your Gout and Rheumatic Oil, "SANO LEUM," and found it a wonderful alleviator of pain. Any other preparatio (and I have trifd maw) has been in comparison a failure. Yours very truly. ANDREW FAIRFAX. J. V. LAVERS & CO. Sole Proprietors, 'Carisbrook,' Pitt street, Redfern, Sydney. Wholesale Agents : ELLIOTT ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Droll Things said by Children. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 October 1891

Droll Things said by Children. A small boy defined a holiday as a day to holler in. Little sister, nursing her eat,-"My cat's a well-bred cat, mother ; its one of those Torchon (Maltese) cats." Boy with weak intellect to Bick brother-"I know what's the matter with you Ernie, you've got federation of the bowels." TEACHER.-"What is a synonym." Bright boy. "It's a word you can use in place of another, when you don't know how to spell the other one.'' " * * * * Freddy. - "What is a woman tailor ?" Mother.-"A tailoress." Freddy.-"And a woman Editor?" Mother.-"Why, an Editress, of course." Freddy.-And is a woman angel an angeless ?" AN OBSERVING CHILD.-"Mamma says you were bom with a silver spoon in your mouth." Homely Heiress -"That means I was born rich." Little Boy (after closer inspection)-"Was it a tablespoon ?"

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

Queensland Notes. MRS. FRAN'CIS, whose work with regard to the estab lishment of duly qualified midwives in country districts has been noticed before, has succeeded in settling three first-class nurses in the districts a little distant from Brisbane, where they are appreciated, and receiving good support. Mrs. Francis' efforts and the public attention which has consequently been attracted to the matter has caused a decided change for the better in the way in which nurses are trained for six months and certified at the end of that time by the Lady Bowen Lying-in-Hos pital. As a proof that the candidates lor examinations are being put to a severer test, the fact is noted that none of the last batch succeeded in gaining certificates ; all have been referred to a later examination, when they will be able to acquit themselves better. In addition to this fact of more searching examinations, the committee, with the assistance of some oí the leading doctors, are taking measures for more reg...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mr. Mounteney Jephson on the Mormons. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 October 1891

Mr. Mounteney Jephson on the Mormons. MANY readers have noted with painful interest the account of the Mormons by Mr. Jephson. It is a picture of human degradation in which woman, the victim, loses less than man, her betrayer. It is clear, and yet it appears para, doxical, that the women of Utah are not degra ded, as are the men, by the practice of poly gamy. The difference between the two sexes in Salt Lake City is pronounced, and Mr. Jephson makes no secret of his impressions on the subject. "We may ask why it should be, or how it may appear that the two sexes living in the same conditions and under the same laws yet stand out so distinctly from each other, the men are loathsome, the women are but wretched? The difference seems to lie almost solely in this, that the women submit to the evil while they hate it, while the men invent or create the evil and maintain it. We are reminded of a lady who said, "I believe every man is at heart a polygamist." Asked to explain herself in view...

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

COFFEE.-Tie four tablespoons of coffee in a piece of cheesecloth. Put it in a coffee-pot with one pint of cold water. After it has boiled five minutes, add one pint of boiling water, and keep it hot ten minutes. Keep the spout closed with a cork or paper, if there be no tin cover. CHOCOLATE PUDDING.-One pint of milk, yolks of three eggs, three quarters of a cupful of sugar, two ounces of chocolate. Cook as for boiled custard, and pour into a dish. Beat the whites of the eggs and cover the top ; put in the oven and brown. SCOTCH PUDDING.-One quart of milk : take out one cupful and scald the rest. To the cupful of cold milk add three eggs, three spoonsful of flour, one cupful of sugar ; mix and put into the hot milk ; let it thicken till like custard, stirring all the time: Flavour with one teaspoonful of vanilla. To be eaten cold. TOAST WATER.-Toast two or three slices of bread of a dark brown all the way through, but cfo not burn it. Put the toast in a deep bowl, and pour over it a ...

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

-.Í¿C /VIRS. j$. ^ERGEANT, V^. ' Dressmaker, 3 AAED 5 QUEEN STREET, WOOLLAHRA. MRS. E. DAVIES, ¿(<? Costiumrr,.> TIIK LADY TAILOR SYSTEM. FIT AND STYLE GUAR ANTKHI) A TRIAL SOLICITED. CHARGES MODERATE. 58 Paddington Street, 58. ("Mr Elizabeth strt-ft.) E. J. ALLEN, Blind Pianoforte Tuner and Regulator, 16 NICHOLS ST., (off FITZROY ST,) SURRY HILLS. Thorough Tuning, 7/6 ; yearly 21/- (in advance). Any part of Sydney and suburbs. Satisfaction guaranteed. Orders promptly attended to. Note the Address :-16 NICHOLS STREET, SURRY HILLS Ladies' Self-Help Institute, 31 Imperial Arcade, Sydney. Ladies ! Buv some of our Needlework and help each other. Babies' Clothes, Knitting, Embossing and Fancy Work beautifully done. Orders wanted for all kinds of work. Ladies, please come and inspect work. MISS-LONG, ® DRESSMAKER, fê 21 Elizabeth street, off Oxford st., Paddington. LADIES' OWN MATERIAL MADE UP. KIT AND STYLE GUARANTEED. A Real Blessing to Mothers. Nothing can Equal STEWARD'S...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Widow and Nine Children. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 November 1891

A Widow aad Nine Children, RAFTER traversing a labyrinth of streets, the 4-roomed habitation of the Widow S-is found located at the corner of a lane in one of our poorest neighbourhoods. She ii tidily attired, surrounded by her nine little orphans who it will be seen graduate in "steps" of a few months old to the height of a little maiden of 1¡J4 years, who has been trained by her worthy mother to make herself useful. The widow and her eldest child earn about £1 per week. This income, with a little help of the neigh bours, and the weekly grant of the Benevolent Society (ójloaves bread, 6 lbs meat or flour, tea and sugar, and 5s. weekly) is the sole means by which this poor «oman is enabled to keep her little ones under her personal care. Her husband died but a few months back, and such ven eration has the widow for his memory, that with apparent gratification, she points to a few books upon the shelf, remarking "You see, I've done my best, and so far have not parted with anything he...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 November 1891

CREAM CAKE.-lireak two eggs into a cup ; fill cup with sweet cream. Take one cup sugar, two teaspoons Waugh's baking powder, one and one half cups flour, a little salt ; flavour to suit. OYS i ¡ K SALAI».-Eoil the oysters for five minutes in their own liquor, drain, wash in cold water, dry them on a soft napkin and put them away to get very cold. When cold, mix with mayonnaise and serve on lettuce leaves. STRAWBERRY in.ASe-MASOK.-Stem three quarts of strawberries, strain, sweeten the juice, place over the fire, let come to a boil, and stir in two tablespoonsful of moss farina, add a pint of milk, let come to a boil, pour in a mould and set on ice to harden. Serve with cream. DELICIOUS sruNCE CAKE. - Heat the yolks and whites of two eggs separately, and mix nearly all of one cup of sugar with the whites, the rest with the yolks. Add one cup flour, one generous teaspoon Waugh's baking powder and one-quarter teaspoon salt. After mixing all these well together add one-half cup boiling w...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO STOP BLEEDING. (EXCESSIVE) [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 November 1891

TO STOP BLEEDING, (EXCESSIVE; From Arteries : Blood spurts out : is bright red in colour. From Veins : Blood flows slowly' but strong ly ; is dark purple in colour. N.B.-Arterial blood flows from the heart ; venous blood flows to the heart. Treatment : Lay patient down or raise bleeding part and keep it at perfect rest above level of body. Keep wound closed with fing ers till help arrives. Give no stimulants. If Artery is cut, make two hard pads-a cork or stone wrapped in a handkerchief-and place one on wound. Place similar one upon part of artery nearer heart than wound where artery can be pressed against bone. Tighten each pad in place with tomiquet (spanish windlass.) For wound of HEAD : pad over wound itself. NECK : Press fingers on wound itself. N.B. -You may not bandage neck. ABM : Press one pad (with torniquet) on wound ; another on artery on inside of arm, half way up from elbow. Artery |runs in a line with seam of coat sleeve. FORE-ARM :-Place pad on wound; another on hollo...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BROKEN BONES. (Space will only allow of a few general rules.) [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 November 1891

BECKEN BONES. (Space will only allow of a few general rules.) ?"?"ign : Broken ends of b.me grate together. Patient says bone is broken. N.B.-Obtain medical assistance. Rules : Never move patient until limb is made safe from further injuries by means of splints. Place limb in natural position and tie it up in splints-not too tightly. BROKEN LEG.-After putting on splints, tie leg against s >und leg. Keep patient warm. Carry on stretcher. COLLAR BONE. -Put a pad under arm-pit, and support arm in sling against chest. Tie arni loosely against body with roller bandage round chest. BROKEN RIES. - Wind roller bandage (wide) firmly around chest.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Household Ambulance Rules. CONTINUED FROM LAST NUMBER NARCOTIC POISONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 November 1891

Houseliolci A^iiiinilît in««- Wnl<>^. CONTI Xl'KD FROM LAST NI' M H KR. NABCOTIf POISONS. OTIUM.- L.-Uive strong emetic. 2,-Kepeat same every fifteen minutes till full effect pro duced. Antidote : Strong coffee ; give stimu lants and keep patient awake. PRUSSIC ACID.-1.-Emetic. No antidote known. 2.-Give Ammonia and water. 3.-Rouse system in every way. Artifical respiration may be required. (See Drowning.) STRYCHNINE.-l.-Give at once, one ounce animal charcoal in water. 2.-Emetic: 20 grains sulphate of zinc. 3.-Brandy (in large doses or linseed tea. To allay pain : 30 drops laudanum (for adulti and a hot bath AI.OIIOL. -1.-Strong emetic. 2.-Oold water to head. 3.-Give dessert-spoonful vinegar in water. Poisonous FISH.-1.Emetic. 2.-After vom iting give castor oil : later, vinegar and water. If spasms appear, 10 to 15 drops laudanum. POISONOUS BERKIE*.- I.-Emetic. 2.-Keep patient awake and give strong tea or coffee. POISONOUS FUNGI (Mushrooms).-1.-Emetics. 2.-Give vinega...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ILLNESS. CROUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 November 1891

ILLNESS. GROUT. Generally caused by exposure to cold, damp air. Symptoms : bard, ringing cough ; hur ried, bad breathing ; a peculiar crowing noise. Is worst at night. Iie<ruires prompt medical aid. Give wann bath at once for twenty min utes. Keep child in bed, inhaling steam from jug. Hot compress on throat, repeated every two minutes till skin gets red. Give mean while, 10 drops ipecacuanha in cold water ; repeat every hour or so. Keep up child's strength with broth, or brandy, if needed. ERYSIPELAS. A constitutional disease showing debility ; caused by undue exposure, bad diet, intemper ance, etc. When attacking skin (mildest form of disease i surface is bright rose colour. If pressed with fingers, shows white spots ; parts hot and dry ; smarting pain. Treatment : 1.-Elevate part infected. 2.-Apply hot fomen tations. 3.-Dry softly and rapidly. 4.-Paint with oil or collodion, or dust with flour or starch. Diet: Fluid, but generous diet. Open bowels (magnesia'. COLIC. Gi...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 November 1891

302 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. Specialities id Ladies' Riding Hats, TravelliDg Hats, Ladies' Sailor Hats, Sole Agents for Henry Heath, Oxford street, London, SESD FOB ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES. G. H. SMITH oj SON, 302 GE0RGE STREET, SYDNEY. THE WHITER f'xmtttn ê'matx ?mhmU DRINK. i ....................... . i L. ROSE & CO., LONDON, LEITH, AND GLASGOW. MMCOMICj INNES S CO.: Ag«n", Syd"ey. Ask your Grocer tor it, and see I you get ( the / genuine article. W, ABBEY & CO., 336 GEORGE STREET, J\[0W MAKE J_-ADIEs' j3oOTS A SPECIAL!! Ceylon, India, and China Teas of all the choicest descriptions can be obtained from WILLIAMS & GIBBONS, 86 OXFORD STREET. 86 COUNTRY MILK COY'S DEPOT, AND REFRIGERATING WORKS, 137 to 153 PALMER STREET. BRANCHES : 85 King Street, 182 Pitt Sreet, 132 Goulburn Street, and "Cascade," 80 and 82 Elizabeth Street. Butter Factory: Dapto. Head Office: Palmer Street. TELEPHONE 759. THE PUREST MILK, THE SWEETEST CREAM, THE RICHEST BUTTER, DELIVERED TvVIC...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 November 1891

Answers to Correspondents, MRS. WHITE, Maitland.-We are glad to hear that Lady Windeyer's kind gift gave your sick child pleasure and also that he likes the certificate. E. S. REEF, Ward's River.-You may have a scrap book fjr, fon I 6 up to half a guinea. We will mail you one worth any amount you choose to enclose. MR. E.G.H., Wentworth.-We have already written to your daughter asking for the names and addresses of the four subscribers she inquired about. We can do nothing until we hear from her. Miss C., Limestone.- We have sent as you desire twelve packets assorted flower seeds. They are, as you see, from a good firm and guaranteed fresh. Put their own thickness of soil, above them when planting. T. O. D.-Your article, although well and carefully written contains the fatal sneer at our sex, which BO many writers think necessary to introduce. Two things which we do not fee! ourselves called upon to do, are to sneer at, or preach to women, try and avoid this in future. FLORRIE E., T...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 November 1891

"The truth, the truth, and nothing but the truth. Unscrupulous grocers will tell you, "they are as good as" or "the sams Primrose." IT'S FA I,SK-The Primrose never wa« excelled. art'; grocer sends you something in pince .,f the Primrose, the hoiirst thi": send ii back.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOTTLING FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 November 1891

I3<^^XJ^I Í IC3 l-Mi lL'X. Many people do not care to take the trouble to preserve fruit without sugar for use in pies and tarts in the Winter season, but in gardens where there is a great aliundance of fruit it is undoubted ly a matter of economy to preserve a good supply for Winter use. The following method is most successful, and ( reserves both the color and the flavor of the fruit. First, the bottles must be per fectly clean and dry ; next the fruit should be freshly gathered, Carefully pick oft' the stalks and remove anj bird-pecked, bruised or blemished fruit Take each bottle separately and reverse it over a pinch of burning flour of sulphur until it is well filled with the smoke of the sulphur ; allow it to stand in this way a minute or two, to effect ually destroy any germ of insect life or mould or fungus that may cling to the bottle, and then at once fill it closely with fruit, shaking it down from time to time until full to the brim. Proceed in this way with e...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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