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Pressed Australian Wild Flowers. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 December 1891

Pressed Australian Wild Flowers. MR. T. F. DECOURCY BROWN offers a prize of HALF-A-GUINEA to be awarded to any boy or girl sending in the Best Sample of Pressed Australian Wild Flowers. Competition open for boys and girls under the age of fourteen years, until Dec. loth. Each spray must be attached to a sheet of paper or cardboard. (Directions for pressing and preserving bush flowers in The Dawn for Sept. 1891. )

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

Best Reply. MR. F. WINTER offers a prize of a HANDSOME RICHLY-BOUND VOLUME of "THE PATHWAY OF LIFE," by the Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage, containing over 540 pages and nearly 300 Illustrations, bound in Morocco with gilt lettering, to any girl under sixteen sending us the best reply to the following question : "Why is washing up the dishes considered the most disagreable of household duties."

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Playing with Edged Tools. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 December 1891

laging totí^ (ïfogetr Ccrak ¡SHJ¿!T does not seem quite possible that you were ever WsIsSP the impetuous girl you describe," said Elsie piBip Wharton, as she looked into her aunt's sad face. "It is because my impulses, ungoverned by principle brought me such a burden of remorse, Elsie, that I try to restrain yours. Even generous impulsea may not al - ways be trusted, as I learned to my lasting sorrow. Shall I tell you the story, dear ?" "Yea. I know it must 'do me good,' as the children say, if you want to tell it," "It was only ten years ago, dear, when I had just com pleted nineteen years of my life, that I went to spend the summer months with your aunt Laura, who had been married and settled there for many years. One of the interests of the place was the lunatic asylum, whose ex tensive grounds I could see plainly from my own window. Many a heartache I had already experienced, even as a child, in watching the patients as they paced to and fro, beyond the high, massive walls that ...

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

HERR RAIMUND PECHOTSCH, Conservatoire Vienna, REACHER OK yioLiN, j2IANO, Sjc. AT PALING'S, From 2 till G every Afternoon. "^RAWATA" BROUGHAM TEREACE, 215 Victoria Street North, Darlinghurst. Tor OF WILLIAM STREET. SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION. Suites of Rooms for Families. HOT, COLD, PLUNGE AND SHOWER BATHS. Five minutes from city. TERMS MODERATE. "THE PEOPLE'S" (EASY PURCHASE PAYMENT SYSTEM) * DI^PEI^Y DEP0^, * io CENTRAL ARCADE:, BRICKFIELD HILL. (A. G. DAVIES,) Established I89I TO MEET REQUIREMENTS OF ECONOMISTS. SPECIAL ADVANTAGES : No fees for orders. No interest charged. All moneys paid go to reduction of account. Prices, without puff, bear favourable comparison with quality of goods. Arrangements made direct with proprietor. Responsible parties invited to interview. W. £2 o l d, Practical Pianoforte Maker, Tuner, &c, DENISON STREET, WAVERLEY. Piano and Organ Repairs guaranteed. Estimates free. Pianos Tuned, 7/6 ; city and suburbs. By contract 20/ ; three times a year. Secon...

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

BE KIND Be kind to the little children! So oft misunderstood, So oft rebuked and thwarted When trying to "be good.'" So oft misnomered "naughty" When only tired and sad ; So oft, alas! discouraged, When a smile would make them glad.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SCHOOL OF ARTS DEBATING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 December 1891

SCHOOL OF AKTS DEBATING CLUB. A PEW weeks ago, at one of the Friday evening meetings, a lady was elected a mem ber of the Debating Club, and this innovation has led to the separation of the senior and junior members. The Seniors wish to preserve their debates sacred to men only, but the jun iors have now formed a new Debating Club of their own with an express provision in the rules, making the Club free to men and women alike. Three ladies have joined and any lady member of the School of Arts may send in her name as a candidate for election. Debates are held on Friday evenings and the annual subscrip tion is only two shillings. The majority of the members of the new club are quite ready to do justice to women and they see that owing to the absence of women, many questions which have an important bearing on women's lives have hitherto been discussed from a man's standpoint only, or at best from a man's theory of a woman's standpoint. They see that women use new lines of sight and bri...

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

SUMMMEE JELLIES. Summer of course is the time for jellies, but it is in summer that one dreads the labour before the hot stove. The very best way is not to make jellies at all, but to buy them, now that you can get so cheaply the concentrated jelly cubes all ready coloured and flavoured. Lemon, raspberry, pineapple and others can be bought and you can avoid the labour of washing jelly bags etc. Hot water is the only thing required and then a cool place for the jelly to settle. If you ask for the "Imperial Jellies" (ship brand) you will be more than satisfied.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOW TO SELECT A TURKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 December 1891

HOW TO SELECT A TURKEY. The turkey must be wisely chosen, well cooked and properly served. It should be short and plump, the meat white, with some fat, the legs black and smooth ; and if there be spurs they should be short. The end of the breast-bone should be flexible, more like gristle than bone. A turkey that is long in proportion to its size, and has dark or bluish flesh, may be tender, but certainly will not be finely flavoured and juicy. A dry-picked turkey will be found to have a much better flavour than a scalded one. Poultry that is dry-picked takes more time than when scalded, but it is well worth the extra trouble. A representative of The Dawn lately visited the establishment of Messrs. Baker and Bouse who have a splendid assortment of photographic outfits for Amateurs and Professionals. Messrs Baker and Bouse have Branch Houses in Adelaide, Melboune. New Zealand and Queensland and are celebrated for the excellence of their materials.

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

"YOUNG IDEA," A MONTHLY JOURNAL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. Price One Shilling per annum. Home Chimes I EIGHTEEN COMPLETE STORIES AND ABOUT FIFTEEN INSTRUCTIVE ANL AMUSING ARTICLES, BY THE MST AUTHORS. ONLY SIXPENCE, (post free.) Vol. i, No 2 contains the following complete stories : 'A Fair Maid,' by the author of 'Grandmother's Money. 'The Lion King,' by Re Henry 'At a Concert,' by H. B. Garrad 'A Wanderer's Autobiography,' by Phil. Robinson 'In Sheep's Clothing,' by C. Lord 'Two Elizabethan Poets,' by John Dennis 'Lymington's Cashier,' 'My Aunt's Valentine.' by Mrs. Gregg 'Cradle Mie' 'Chinese Gordon' 'Old Loves and New Valentines' by Clement Scott 'The Ghost at Lone Cot' by Mabel Collins 'Good-Night Companions All,' by George Davies 'Our Village Worthies,' by Alice King 'The City Livery Companies,' by William Roberts 'My True Love,' by C. S. Cheltnam 'Old Gold' by W. Sime. 'The Meek Family' The Proposal,' by P. P. Jephson 'The Red Man's Humour,' by Phil. Robinson 'Little Utopia,' by Our...

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

FISH CROQUETTES-Any cold cooked fish, chopped ine and mixed with one-third as much hot mashed potato, moisten with a little cream or melted butter, make into balls, roll in beaten eggs, then crumbs, and fry in hot fat using a wire basket if you have it. A GOOD soup.-Take two or three pounds of ham bone either new or boiled, one quart of yellow split peas, and three quarts of water ; boil until dissolved, strain, and set where it will keep hot. Toast some stale breaJ, cut in small pieces, put a few in each soup plate, and you have a good and very nourishing soup. VANILLA ICE CREAM.-One pint of milk, half pound of sugar, yolks of six eggs, one pint of cream, one tablespoon ful of vanilla. Scald the milk. Beat yolks and sugar together until light, then add them to the milk. Cook until it thickens, stirring constantly. Take from the fire, add cream, and when cool, freeze. BANANA ICE CREAM.-One pint of cream, one pint of milk, half pound of sugar, yolks of six eggs, four bananas. Scald t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Special Christmas Prizes. Best Buttonhole. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 December 1891

Special Christmas |)ri^es. Best Buttonhole. LADY WINDEYER offers a prize of a VOLUME ON HOME NEEDLEWORK for BEST SPECIMEN BUTTON-HOLE. A Lady offers a prize for the second best specimen. This competition is open to girls nnder 16 years of age. Specimens to be sent in not later than Dec. loth.

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

<UST -O*" BRAMCHI&S »s.w.''WAVERLEY, ».S.W. SUMMER H¿LL, ».g.w BALMAIN, ».s.w. PADDIÑTJJON, N.S.W \ 2?££?5. ïdw' LEICHHARDT, » s.w. v^ARRAMATTA, GOULBÜ»», »a w. . ¿TAjfcWORTH, ».s.w. ARMIDAÄ, K.*w. î^0^0*'S A- OAWLER; S.A. , NORTH ADELAIDE, S.A. ' PYRMQK'f, tifS.yi. , NEWtJAS rLE, H*W, INVEBÄLL, K4h*r.1 ADELAIDE, AA »LEBE, n.SrW. KADINA, &A. WHJCRE OUR .»sis mnà 9km- ar* Qbtminmkté. kf*w»% « the office cf "THE DAWS 40* Qe-cgc street, Sjdü¿

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The Australian Flag. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 December 1891

Cire Rastrallan Jflag, A national flag is a thing that survives Armies and Generals and Kings. It lives on from gen eration to generation, and customs are superced ed by customs, but the flag is always the same, and when it ceases to exist its people are no longer a nation. The flag is the heart of the nation, and Kings are its servants, for the flag represents the people, It is as grand in peace as in war, for it rules over commerce as sup remely as it does over armies, and whereever it flies it is reverenced by all, A nation is never so degraded that its men will not press forward to figkt for the honor of their national flag, and if need be, die in its defence, for whilst it floats over them they are a free nation ; when it is gone they are slaves. That is why the flag is so well loved. Ic is the emblem of their homes and their families. In the battle field they rally round the standard and fight to the last man ; at sea they nail their flag to the mast, and fight whilst two plan...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN CHILDREN'S PATRIOTIC LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 December 1891

AUSTRALIAN CHILDREN'S PATRIOTIC LEAGUE. We wish to see the children of Australia pat tiotic. That boys and girls may have greater interest in the fhig of their country, and to assist them as far as possible in obtaining one fer their own bohools, gatherings, cadets, and bands, we offer the following prizes to children sending along to the editress a list of new subscribers for The ¡hw n. For 5 subscribers a three feet flag For 8 a four feet six flag For 12 " a six feet flag For 20 ,, a nine feet flag The list must be sent through a teacher, or any responsible person, and the flag-staff, ropos, etc ' i?!.? be provided by subscription or other v:v." lag will fly in school-hours, or upon tho af any demonstration or gathering, and !>e duties of attending to it shall devolve from 1 A to week upon different boys, no boys in disgrace to have the handling of it. No school should be without its flag when in can be forwarded from the The Dawn to any address. Flags can be forwarded for the ...

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OUR DAUGHTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 December 1891

BY WARNEB SNOAD. -.-3 ?ájljT is but a very few years ago that a little "?^ band of brave reformers persistently for ced upon English people the fact that a girl ?was actually worth educating, nay more, that her education should be as good in its way as a boy's, and the new doctrine was received, as new doctrines ever will be, with incredulity, ridicule, and censure. What the opinion then was of women's intellect, what the kind of literature best suited to their very limited com prehension one has only to glance at the -'Lad ies Magazines" of the day to see. But time rolled on-the earnest promoters of Higher Education for women prevailed, as truth and earnestness always must prevail in the long run-and the scheme fairly tried, instead of .o proving an ignominious collapse amid a host of failures, became a steady success. It is no longer possible to decry the quality of brains which have proved their power, no longer pop ular to predict the speedy downfall of "un natural ideas" which ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Chinese Sacred Lily. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 December 1891

?neo-e Sac-reb <£i/£i^. This lily is called Water Fairy Flower, or Flower of the Gods, by the Chinese. It is a variety of narcissus, bearing in profusion flowers of silvery white, with golden cups. The beauty and perfume are exquisite. The bulbs are grown by a method known only to the Chinese, whereby they attain great ?ize and vitality, ensuring luxuriant growth and immense spikes of flowers ; in fact, the incredibly short time required to bring the bloom (four to six weeks after planting) is one of the wonders of nature. "You can almost see them grow," - succeeding everywhere and with everybody. They do well in pots of eanh but are more novel and beauti ful grown in shallow bowls of water with enough fancy peb bles to prevent them toppling over when in bloom. A dozen bulbs started at intervals will give a succession of flowers throughout the winter. As the plant is partially aquatic in its nature, plenty of water is ne cessary. If it is grown in soil, it should be light...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
How to Make a Writing Desk. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 December 1891

How to Make a Writing Desk. -'tjjj A flag-top desk at which two persons can convenient]*- write und have space for books, etc., is a luxury desired by many who cannot afford to purchase the expensive ones offered for sale. But a substantial desk can be easily made that will be an ornament to the library, or sitting-roon. and a comfort to its possessor. Below is given a list of the articles, necessary for the construction of a desk, forty nine inches long, thirty inches wide, and twenty eight inches high. A smaller desk could be made nt proportionately less expense. 2}i yards dark red felt 2 yards dark red flannel 700 brass tacks 2 do/, brass rings A blotting pad. Putty. The boxes u*ed for nackiuû men's heavv clothing are stronger and move desirable than an ordi nary drapery (?ase, tho end* liebig strengthened by four inch boards, which are fas tened along the edges and from a large panel in the centre of each. These boxes can ne bought sum, at any large clothing house. Take the bott...

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

MISS KINGSMILL, 4§j & Costumier, ® )§» 237 Riley street, Surry Hills. LATEST STYLE AND CUT. LADIES' OWN MATERIAL MADE UP. THE NATATORIUM A PERFECT LUXURY. 640 Tons Sea Water at 90 degrees for Swimming in. THE GRANDEST BATHS IN THE WORLD. For ladies : Mondays, 6.30. p.m. to 9 p.m. Fridays, 9 a.m. to 12 noon. 400 PITT STREET, HAYMABKET. THE JUBILEE LAUNDRY. MRS, HAMILTON, II Smith street, Marrickville. THE BEST AND CHEAPEST LAUNDRY IN SYDNEY. Gentlemen's Clothing done up on the shortest notice. Family washing I - per doz. White shirts polished, 4d. Hotels and Boarding houses attended to six days a week. From the "Magazine of Fashion and Mother's Help," July, 1889.-"SUNLIGHT SOAP" used for washing purposes will cleanse the clothes better than any washing compound or soap in existence. It saves labour, makes the clothing white, extracts the dirt without rubbing, and makes a toil almost a pleasure. "SUNLIGHT SOAP" used for toilet purposes is strongly recommended for cleansing the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WRITING TO BE READ. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 December 1891

Wl^I^IJMÖ TO BE KE^D. BY A MANUSCRIPT "HEADER". --WW J BETWEEN the writer and the editor is that mysterious and anonymous being-the Reader. Ultimately, of course, the writer is to bear in mind the supposed taste and needs of the editor ; but it is well also to keep in view the fact that each manuscript should be so pre pared as to pass the reader's examination with the least possible friction. Therefore, whatever helps to bring your words and thoughts easily to his comprehension ii worth attention. Advice about the pre paring of manuscripts is often given, but the reasons for the advice seldom accompany the rules laid down. Yet the reasons are such as are based on common sense, and make one remember just what to do. As to paper, the pages should be small so that they will remain flat ; uniform in si.'? and not fastened together, as they are then handled most easily ; not glossy, because shiny pages dazzle the eyes and are unpleasant to touch. Thick paper, or paper with substance eno...

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

Wíu Cbloro)onc for Çlisinfcciinci ! ! TO HOUSEWIVES ! ! Have you a bottle of SANOLEUM in your house ? Il not, get one. It is an infallible alleviator of Pain. SANOLEUM, Cures Headaches, Toothache, and all other aches, Rheumatism, Gout, Sciatica, Lumbago, and all other forms of Nervous and Muscular Diseases Get a bottle and try it ; you will never be without it afterwards ; a fe drops taken on a lump of sugar before going to bed will cure a severe cold. Hundreds of testimonials have been received from grateful persons who have derived benefit from its use. Redfern, 23rd. June, 1890. I have much pleasure in testifying to the great relief I have received from Rheumatic Oil, Sanoleum. Having Buffered frightfully from Rheumatic pains, I tried your oil, and after using it four times, was, on the second day entirely relieved of pain, and could go about my ordinary duties. I can, therefore, confidently reoommend the same for this complaint, especially as I gave a small quantity to an old fr...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
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