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Chicks in the Garden. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 February 1892

IT" Chicks in the Garden. IT is very excellent practice to place newly hatched broods in an enclosed garden that the older folks do not have access to. Confine the mother hen in a coop, which may be placed in the shade of any small fruit tree or bush. As chicks require soft and delicate food at first it is difficult to feed them if their coops are placed where the rest of the flock can pillage freely. Tfw London Gardener's Chronicle speaks of the valuable service of little chickens in the garden as follows:-They run about, doing no harm, their little bodies and feet leave no im pression on the soil ; they do not scratch, seem never dissatisfied, but find pleasure only in the pursuit of food or in basking in a warm corner in the sun's rays. While in that stage of infantile innocence the little creature can in the garden perform a vast amount of good. Their little eyes spy out and little bills gather myriads of insects that are not easily visible to the human eye. Perhaps owing to the...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 February 1892

IMPERIAL "EAGLE BRAND." FOR TABLE ÜSE AND ALL COOKING PURPOSES. AND DURING HOT WEATHER Made from the Finest Refined Russian Salt, concentrated Pepsine and Salicylic Acid.. TABLE USE. By the use of thia peptonised Salt all food is affected directly it is eaten and the diges tion commences at once, relieving the natural organs of the heavy strain which occurs where no aid is used. The agency by which this preparation performs its object is perfectly natural, being a means of strengthening and maintaining all the organs of the system. FOR COOKING, This preparation is invaluable for cooking purposes, as by its means the food is thor oughly prepared for digestion while cooking, and as a preventive of DYSPEPSIA and kindred complaints is of the utmost importance while its use will prove AN UNDOUBTED CURE where the diseases exist. FOR CHILDREN, It is the means of protecting and building up the constitution. Its Use secures a Perfect Digestion of all Food, PRICE PER LARGE PACKET ls Order fro...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To Keep Butter Cool. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 February 1892

To Keep Butter Cool. A GOOD plan for keeping butter cool and ' sweet in summer, is to fi 1 a box with sand to within an inch or two of the top ; sink the but ter jars in the sand, then thoroughly wet the sand with cold water. Cover the box air-tight. The box may be kept in the kitchen and used ! as a tab'e.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 February 1892

HIGH ART PHOTOGRAPHERS, BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT TO His Excellency, LORD CARRINGTON STUDIO: GROSVENOR GALLERIES, ROYAL ARCADE, SYDNEY. MISS NAYLOR. " +V TEACHER OF _^-¡, pianoforte W. Hinging, NO. I, FIRST FLOOR, PALING'S BUILDINGS, Pia VATE ADDRESS : 21 Green's Road, Paddington. A GOOD set of artificial teeth is preferable to a bad se of natural. This statement will be aecepted not as set ting Art in rivalry with Nature, but as in praise of Art where the decadence of Nature will allow Art to step in to compensate, as far as may be, for her decay. But when the natural teeth are lost, in whole or part, then artificial substitutes are not only desirable but absolutely and indispensably necessary for voice, appearance, com fort, and-far above all other considerations-health. The above advantages are guaranteed to all who are sup plied with artificial teeth by J. I. MARSHALL, of the Sydney Arcade (George and King sts.) Full sets of gold medal teeth for ¿5. MRS. M. DRABBLE, Certificated Ma...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 February 1892

'SHIP BRAND' * BAKING POWDER Good Baking Powder, unlike yeast, leaves the flour quite unchanged, there is, therefore, no danger from yeast spores, which may have escaped alive from insufficient baking, obtaining access to the stomach, causing pains and éructions. Good Baking Powder will not injure the most delicate constitution, but proves in many cases highly beneficial. Cheap inferior Baking Powders should be avoided, as they cause indigestion, heartburn, head ache, &c, &c. Registered Trade Mark. When buying the Imperial Company's 'Ship Brand" Baking powder see that it bears the Company's registered trade mark -a ship - for goods are sold as "IMPERIAL" which were NOT Manu factured by the Imperial Manufacturing Company. Manufacturing Company Ltd. 77 CLARENCE STREET, SYDNEY. IMPERIAL ii Manufacturing Company's PORTABLE TABLE JELLIES Have been carefully manufactured from the Best and Purest Material and are made and ready for use, so that any lady can prepare them wit...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 February 1892

275 PITT STRi.ET. THE LADIES' READING ROOM Which is open daily from 8.45. a.m. till 8 p.m., is ¡or the exclusive use of lady subscribers, and has lately been enlarged and furnished with Lounges, Lavatories, and every comfort ; and is supplied with all the latest maga zines and daily papers, also the leading FASHION PAPERS. &c, THE LATEST NOVELS BY EVERY MAIL. Cards of Membership issued DAILY at countet in thc Lending Library, on application, from 8 a.m., including all other advantages oj the Institution. Quarter commences on date of entrance. Lady's subscription, 2/6 per Quarter. Gentlemen's Subscriptions with use of Reading and Smoking Rooms, open to io p.m. every night and on Sunday afternoons,-5 - per Quarter. Annual Members are allowed a magazine as well as a book each issue. jj. ji. C^UIST. DENTIST, Rigney s Pharmacy, 151 King street, SYDNEY. (Late of Macleay River.) Full Set of Teeth from ¿4. Single Tooth from 7 6. AH work guaranteed. Stopping a speciality. MRS. O'ROUR...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 February 1892

¿ox éxn^íxartB antr Skin ¡§mmz$t Jfojc Burns, lócalos, Miçfrt. llores, inflammation anti Cancers. HENRY'S 1 iOLONIAL OINTMENT. * .AJI Chemists. ; « Sole Agents, ELLIOTT BROTHERS, Sydney. (i-urcs Scrofula. Qn-psipchs. ^.limpies.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
How Various Nations Sleep. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 February 1892

How Various Nations Sleep. IN the tropica men sleep upon mats of grass. The East Indian unrolls his light portable charpoy or mattress, which in the morning is again rolled together and carried away by him. The Japanese lie upon matting with a stiff uncomfortable wooden neck rest. A peculiarity of the Q-erman bed is its shortness ; besides that, it frequently consists, in part, of a down pillow or upper mattress, which spreads over the person, and usually answers the purpose of all the bed-clothing. In England the old four poster bedstead^is still the pride of the nation, but the iron bed stead is fast becoming universal. The English beds are the largest beds of the world. The ancient Greeks and Homans had their beds supported on frames, and not flat like ours. The Egyptians had a couch like an old fashioned easy chair with hollow back.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MEDICAL NOTES. To Have a Good Complexion. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 February 1892

MEDICAL NOTES* To Have a Good Complexion, A OBEAT deal can be done towards having a fine and smooth complexion, by a systematic treatment of rubbing. A fine towel or a bit of red flannel is best for rubbing, twice a day, or four times, if rapid results are to accrue. By degrees-as the skin gains tone and elasticity from having thrown off the waste matter in its ducts that kept it clogged, sickly and flabby the friction can increase in energy. The skin becomes, not tougher, but more resistant. If the rubbing is too hard at first, however, it is liable to produce redness and pimples. Even slight friction will do this at times on an unac customed skin. But the treatment should be persevered in, nevertheless, and the skin soon becomes extraordinarily fine and smooth.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Man as a Visitor. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 February 1892

Man as a Visitor. ABOUT the hardest person on earth to enter tain is the man who comes to make you a visit. You can't put him in a chair in the parlour with a novel or a piece Ä crocheting and leave him there while you are at work, as you would with a woman. If he accompanies the man of the house down town he wanders in and out in such a lonesome way that he is an actual burden on his host's conscience, and he longs for a loafing acquaintance who will take his guest fishing and out of the way for a day. If he asks his wife to entertain him it makes her cross, for every woman knows the unpleas antness of "having a man around the house all day." He usually goes home before his visit is hali over, and no one is sorry. Men are not graceful visitors, and should never visit ; their wives are so ready to do it for them, and they do it so gracefully.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 February 1892

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Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Children's Corner. Ray's Pet. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 February 1892

Ray's Pet. KAY is a dear little fellow, three years old. One fine day he came from his grandma's in the country with a basket on his arm, which he could hardly wait to get into the house to show his mamma. And what do you think he had in it ? A dear little bronze bantam chicken. Eay named her Brownie at once. Brownie grew very tame, so she always ate from Kay's hand, and would follow him every where he went. When he went On an errand for mamma on his tricycle, Brownie would either hop along behind or perch on the back of the tricycle. When Eay went into the house Brownie would stand by the door patiently until he came out, or would fly upon the window-sill and look in to see if he could see Eay. One day Eay had to go to the kindergarten, and they shut Brownie up in the wood shed so she would not go too, and after clucking awhile and trying to get out, she settled down in Eay's express waggon. When he came home he ran in with red cheeks to show mamma his slate, which was all covered ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Childs Time-Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 February 1892

Childs Time-Table. Sixty seconds in a Minute : Here's your task, so now begin it. Sixty minutes in an hour, Do your work with all your power. Twelve good Hours in every Day ; Time for work and time for play. Twenty-fcur for Day and Night : Some for darkness, some for light. Every Week of Days has teven ; All are good, since all from Heaven. Yet the First, the Day ol Rest, Ever must we count the best. Lunar Months of weeks have four ; Calendar a few days more. Twelve new Months in every Year ; Each in turn is coming near. Winter, Summer, Autumn, Spring, All their pleasant changes ring. Century I-a Hundred Years : Leaves with Heaven its hopes and fears.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A PRETTY EXHIBIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 February 1892

A PRETTY EXHIBIT. WE saw a pretty exhibit executed by blind children on view at the Technological Museum in the Sydney Domain, As far as we remember, it was made of common van dyke cotton braid, sewn into circles the size of a field daisy ; the outer points of the circle forming the petals, and a button covered with yellow berlin wool making the centre. These imitation flowers joined together in rows formed a pretty antimacassar.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 February 1892

OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN THE WORLD: The oldest newspaper in the world is th» King Pau, or capital sheet, which is published at Pekin, China. It first appeared in the year 911 and since 1312 has not missed a single issue, For the first few hundred years all the work on The King Pau was done with brushes. At present it prints three editions daily and has a circulation of 14,000 copies.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Boys will be Boys." [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 February 1892

"Boys will be Boys." ' CAN anyone explain why it is that every boy seems to have an inborn instinct that he be longs to the stronger sex, and indignantly resents being mistaken for a girl long before his mamma thinks he is old enough for short hair and his first pantaloons ? "When Roy was about three years old, his uncle took him out for a walk, and the shrewd youngster chose a route toward a favourite candy shop a short distance from home, in which his uncle soon found himself awaiting Roy's selection from the sweets temptingly displayed on the counter. A little girl was also waiting to be served, and, as Roy seemed slow in making his choice, the proprietor turned to the little miss, and asked what she wanted. With a politeness that some of her elders might well imitate when shopping, the young lady replied, "I'll wait until the other little girl is waited upon." Roy's face flushed, and climbing down from the stool on which he was perched, he started on the run towards home. Rushin...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 February 1892

DO YOU SUFFER FROM SlifliatiSB, Lumbago, Iiuralgia, or Sciitlct f IF SO, PROCURE AT ONCE A BOTTLE OF Sf*. Jacob's Oil, THE GREAT REMEDY FOR PAIN which is an infallible cure for these distressing complaints as well as for Burns, Strains, Bruises, or Swollen Joints. Almost everyone, either in himself, his family, or his acquaintances has seen the baneful effects of one or an other of these ailments. Every sufferer should learn that a ready remedy exists in ST. JACOB'S OIL, which has earned for itself an undying reputation in every habitable portion of the globe. The especial value ot ST. JACOB'S OIL for the ail ments mentioned, and others of a similiar nature, is not based upon mere claim and assertion, but its constant use for a long term of years has given it a reputation which is always increasing. The rapidity with which it relieves pain, its cleansing properties, its tendency to quickly re move all inflammation, and its wonderful efficacy in the above complaints, these qualities ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 February 1892

Wiut ?Uaw$am íax giánftcímg ! ! TO HOUSEWIVES I ! Have you a bottle oí SANOLEUM in your house ? It not, get one.f 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 few 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 suffered 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 asl gave a small quantity to an old frie...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARITHMETICAL PUZZLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 February 1892

AEITHMETIOAL PUZZLE. To give the answer of a yet unwritten sum. Write down five figures ; for example, 3 4 6 8 2. Give the paper to one of the company, and re quest her to put five figures under these. While she is doing so, write what the total of the sum will amount to, on another piece of paper, and give it to one of the company to keep. We give the following : The answer wiU be found thus : take 2 from the right hand of 'he five figures you have written, and put it (i.e., the 2) on the left-hand side, substituting a o for the figure 2. The figutes of the above example would then stand thus : 234680. When the person to whom you have given the sum has added a row, take back the paper and add a third row of figures yourself, each of which, with the second row, niUBt make nine ; thus : Original row 34682 Company 82406 Self 17593 Then give the paper to another member of the party (in order to puzzle them,) and let her put down a row of whatever numbers she pleases ; take it back, and...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOYS' LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 February 1892

BOYS' LOVE. SOME one has written beautifully to the boys in the following manner. Here is a whole sermon in a few sentences : "Of all the love affairs in the world, none can surpass the true love of the big boy for his mother. It is Sure and noble, honourable in the highest egree to both. I do not mean merely a duti ful affection. I mean a love which makes a boy gallant and courteous to his mother, say ing to everbody plainly that he is fairly in love with her. Next to the love of a husband, nothing so crowns a woman's life with honour as this second love, this devotion of a son to her. I never yet knew a boy turn out badly who began by falling in love with his mother. Any man may fall in love with a fresh-faced girl, and the man who is gallant with the girl may cruelly neglect the worn and weary wife. But the boy who is the lover of his mother in her middle age, is a true knight, who will love his wife as much in the sere-leaved Autumn as he did in daisied spring-time.

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