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A LOST HAIR PIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 March 1892

* n iiesv mn PIN. .>. -.HS!*-* IT was in a busy, dirty street that the hand some, silver hair-pin dropped, falling from the golden braid a pretty, fair girl wore at the back of her pretty, fair head. "Oh !" said the hair-pin, as she touched the pavement, and "Oh !" again, as she looked around her-a piece of orange-peel lay one side, an overripe peach on the other, and dirt was everywhere. "What shall I do ? what shall I do ?" said the poor thing, trying to stand up and look after the pretty girl, but she slipped and fell down again, and the overripe peach laughed at her. "What do you want to do ?" asked an old shoe, peeping over the side of the gutter where he lay. "I want to go home-oh ! I want to go home," said the hair pin. "Where is your home?" asked the shoe. "In a dainty box," answered the hair-pin, "where my sisters also live, and our dear friend the golden braid-that is, we live there nights -but in the day time we are all carried about on the head of our young mistress, ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Our Prizes. Best Suggestion. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 March 1892

(Bm Urines. Best Suggestion. A POCKET DISPENSARY ia offered for the best suggestion for a competition and suitable prize for same. The Dispensary contains remedies for all accidents and emergencies. Full directions together with drugs, plais ters, lint, and pins ; all in neat strong case, small enough to carry in the pocket. Splendid for outings, picnics, schools, and household use. Open to any boy or girl under sixteen, until March loth.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHILDREN'S CORNER. REJOICE AT EASTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 March 1892

EJOICE AT EASTER. ' CHANT Him, ye laughing flowers, KKg&f? £ Fresh from the sod 1 BUSSsT Chant Him, wild leaping streams, HBwHPj? Praising your Sod ! X^fifäsL Break from thy Winter, liSNBÉHr Sad heart, and sing 1 WMHBT Bud with thy blossoms fair ; H|I¡9^L Christ is thy Spring ! ESwifc

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

fäi (Tbc Spring Jïrjrll. ¿If BY C. R. B. -^ .ÎRÏBRS. Trueman used to believe in the heroic method 3Slc of house-cleaning, which term being interpreted means : preserving a profound silence upon the subject of annual cleaning, keeping the whole performance a profound secret from her husband, and watching the clock (or the hour of his return so that when it appeared dangerously near she might sweep out of sight and hear ing all signs of scrubbing and cleaning, and jump into a becoming dress and regulation "sweet smile" in which to receive him : of course, saying never a word concern ing the superhuman efforts she had made in cleaning and rearranging. Sometimes she had the triumph of enter' faining at tea or dinner "one of the boys" whom Tom had brought home for a "decent meal" because his wife was cleaning house. But in this last spring ended forever this heroic method in the house of Trueman. Mrs. Trueman had just silent ly completed the cleaning of her house from cellar to roof and ...

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

A Sewing Machine for 2/11. USUAL PRICE, 18/6. THE SMALLEST Lock-Stitch Sewing Machine In the Uiarld. COMPLETE INSTRUCTIONS WITH EACH MACHINE. MARK FOY'S PRICE FOR THIS SEWING MACHINE IS 2S11D. Postage 1/- extra, In Future .cowie to FGJj, Oxford street, SYDNEY.

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

W. ABBEY & CO., 336 GEORGE STREET, j^OW MAKE j^ADIES j3oOTS A SPECIALTY. Ceylon, India, and China Teas of all the choicest descriptions can be obtained from WILLIAMS & GIBBONS, GROCERS, 86 OXFOKD STEEET. 86 Superior Costumes in Tweed, SMITH AND MANNELL, JSHIRT RAKERS, BV APPOINTMENT H.R.H. The Duke oi Edinburgh, K.G.C.B., The Rt. Hon. The Earl of Jersey, G.C M.G., The Hon. Sir Alfred Stephen, K. C.B. Earl Belmore. Sir John Young, etc., etc. Hosiers, Mercers, and Outfitters. Ladies' Tennis Jackets made to order. 298 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. Established 1844._ Agents for the Celebrated "Barilla Ash" Soap. COUNTRY MILK COY'S DEPOT, AND REFRIGERATING WORKS, 137 to IST 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 TWICE DAILY IN CITY AND SUBURBS BY THE COUNTRY MILK COM...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
How Olive Oil is Made in Italy. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 March 1892

How Olive Oil is Made, in Italy. THE Italians are probably the oldest and most skilful manufacturers of olive oil in the world, and for many years this commodity has stood prominent among their exports. Their method of procedure in the industry is rather crude generally, but, for all that, is none the less interesting. The olives are cultivated by the farmer, and are gathered and transported to the mill early in November. Here they are dumped into a large stone receptacle resembling a crucible, in which they are reduced to a pulp by means of a large mill stone attached at an acute angle with a shaft arising from the receptacle. The edge of the stone is bevelled, meeting a slight concave in the bottom of the bowl. A scraper on the end of a shaft opposite the stone revolves with the latter, coming in direct contact with the inside of the bowl, thus catching the olives or particles that may get jammed up to the top, and dropping them in again under the revolving crusher. The apparatus ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
An Easter Legend. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 March 1892

An Easter Legend. There's a story to German children told, That happened far back in the days of old, When with war's grim beacons the land was red. It was then that the Duchess of Lindberg fled From her home, to the mountain fastness, wild, Tiere with her little fair-haired child, wait till the kingdom was lost or won, And the terrible fighting all was done. The kindly peasants welcomed her there, And cheerfully gave her of their rude fare. It was frugal enough ; neither fish nor meat, Nothing but herbs from the fields to eat. And strangely enough, in the village I ween, A hen or an egg had never been seen. But peace o'er the fair land reigned once more, And war and fighting at last were o'er, Yet ere to her home the Duchess went, To her far off home a servant was sent, To bring to the village, eggs so gay, To feast the children on Easter Day. Pretty nests were made in the juniper then, And the tiny women and wee little men Went eagerly hunting, till-O, what a prise I Hardly could ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Chrysanthemum[?] for Decoration. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 March 1892

Chryaaatfcemuia» for Decoration. CHE chrysanthemum being such a favourite, everyone will feel interested in knowing how to make exceedingly pretty flowers of this sort out of paper. The necessary materials are French tissue paper and covered wire such as is used for making artificial flowers. Pure white paper, or that with pink tints, or, indeed, any colour as is seen in the natural chrysanthemum > may be used. Cut a circle the size that the finished flower is to be. Fold this circle five times. Next, cut the petals apart, leaving about half an inch uncut in the middle of the circle. Place the circle on a soft surface-an eider-down pillow will answer -then with the point of a crochet-needle (such a needle as is used to crochet seine twine) draw a line from the point of each petal to the middle of the circle. The result will be au exquisitely crimped petal which curves in almost exactly the same way as those of the real flower. Continue this around the entire circle. A number of t...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fashions and Novelties. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 March 1892

u AMONO the novelties in ribbons, one of pale yellow silk has a design of black-berries wrought on it, the berries themselves being formed of sparkling jet beads, while the leaves aid brambles are of black silk. A PRETTY present for a busy woman is a white slate framed in gold with a pencil sus pended to it. This hangs beside her dressing case, and upon it each morning she writes what she expects to do during the day, and she is a happy woman if she completes what she has set out as her duty. TUE stiff black ribbon velvet bow worn at the waist, in the hair, or in the centre of a low corsage, is made more attractive when it has a hollow circlet of Parisian diamonds just in the centre. As nobody pretends that these are real, and they are only used to look pretty, there is not the same feeling that there would be in wearing what is often known as paste. CLOTH petticoats of pretty shades are trim med around the edge with pinked flounces rather scantily gathered ; these are usually of tw...

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

Jfor Emptions ató Skin ¡§istRBzsf ffoï Burns, Acatos, Blight. ^ores* inflammation anti Cancers HENRY'S ¡OLONIÁL OINTMENT. Sole Agents, ELLIOTT BROTHERS, Syd ey. ?mt% SfioMa, ffrjrsipdas, ^implís,

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

EASTER EGGS. $?ÇHE custom of giving eggs as presents about Easter time is ancient and widespread, but its true origin is lost in obscurity. The Bhops at Easter are full of prettily dyed ornam ental eggs of all descriptions and of various prices, many of the more expensive ones con taining valuable gifts. A basket or dish of freshly boiled and coloured eggs placed on the breakfast table on Easter morning is, however, preferable to imitation eggs, whilst the prepar ation of them will give pleasure and occupation to the younger members of the family. There are many ways of colouring the eggs ; logwood chips, if used in small quantities, will cause the eggs to assume a wine colour, whilst if more chips are added the eggs will be black. It is impissible to give the exact quantity of water used, but it can be easily ascertained when the liquid is sufficiently dark by taking up a little in a spoon before putting in the egg For brown eggs, boil them in strong coffee ; for yellow eggs in oni...

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

FOR THE LIVER AND KIDNEYS Is the purest and most genuine Tonic in the vrorld. Try it and you will feel ita salutary effects immediately. ASK "V OUR O M E 1VÏ I S T V O XX IT. .,, FEW diseases present less charms of novelty, and still fewer are more practical, or require a greater 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 merely sli...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FARM NOTES. How to Treat Sick Fowls. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 March 1892

How to Treat Sick Fowls. IT is quite certain that the simpler the treat ment of diseased poultry, the more successful will be the attempt to cure them, in cases where any doctoring at all is deemed advisable. At the same time, while entertaining this opin ion, individually, we know very well that instan ces occur frequently where if some aid is not afforded them, sick fowls will die. And this happens too often among our most valuable birds. We cannot avoid this, altogether. We may do much ir; the way of preventing the breaking out of ordinary illness among our flocks, by caring for and housing them as they should be attended to, and by having simple reliable palliatives and curatives at hand, like the German roup pills, carbolic powder, sulphur, etc., of which every poultryman in the land understands the use. It is not easy to lay down precise figures as to the rate of ordinary yearly mortality to be ex pected among fowls, Perhaps we may expect a mortality of from four to six per ce...

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

Turkish Girls. THE pleasures of Turkish girls are extremely simple and limited. Shut out from that limit less world of entertaiment which the literature of civilized countries opens up to the European child. directly she can read, with the exception uf festivities in the harem on red-letter days, her pleasures consist in an occasional picnic or accompanying her elders on the visits which occupy such a large portion of the Turkish lady's time. On household festivities or great religious feasts wealthy people will often or ganise entertainments on a very elaborate scale. Gipsy dancers or a troop of clowns with some sort of pantomime or show are en gaged for the occasion, and the neighbours, rich and poor, are invited to the performance. The Turks being exceedingly hospitable, a friend of the hostess is free to bring all her sisters and her aunts, with their families, on such occasions. These are high days for the Turkish girl-for her elders too-though an English child of 10 or 12 woul...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
[?]ne View of Spinsterhood. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 March 1892

fHEEE are certain things in life which, when directly sought, are very elusive. One of these is happiness, which is oftener found, when one tries to make happiness for another. The girl whose chief aim is to "catch" a husband for herself, very often fails in her undertaking, or accepts a condition infinitely worse than maidenhood, that of being wife to a man who is a greater fool than herself, while the young woman who devotes herself to some congenial and self-supporting employment, meets with unexpected suitors. A good and suitable marriage is a good thing, but to marry any body, simply for the sake of being married is a misery-breeding folly, and unworthy the self respect of any woman, however lowly. There is nothing at all dreadful in living an unmarried life, if a woman can assure herself of financial independence, either through her own work, or from an inherited income. It is dreadful to be unwelcomely dependent upon relatives or friends, and there are a great many things in ...

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

oom. fOVER the walls with a pale gold paper, having a brown ground, with small con ventional figures in old blue and deep golden brown ; for the ceiling use a star-and-crescent pattern in brown, gold and old blue. Paint all the woodwork including floor, with blue enamelled paint which dries with a lovely gloss, thus doing away with varnish. Procure ? an unpainted chamber set. Your painter can give this furniture two or three coats of the same paint used for the woodwork in the room. When the blue on the furniture is dry, little figures may be picked out here and there with guilt, or, if the lady is a good artist, bunches of roses or other flowers may be painted on. Spread a Chinese cotton rug on the centre of the floor. For portière use Bolton sheeting as near the shade of the woodwork as possible ; decorate .gith golden brown Bargarren rope linen of about three shades. A deep design of palms and ferns is good. For the bed make a quilt and pillow sham of vVVVv the whiff linen «hoeti...

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

THE UNITED PURCHASERS' DISCOUNT 38-44 Carrington Street, Sydney. ADVANTAGES : A large saving on all your expenditures without impairing the quality or quantity of your purchases. This is done by becoming a member of THE UNITED PURCHASERS' DISCOUNT COMPANY, and by making your purchases at the stores identified with the Company. If you do so you will receive the within mentioned rebates or discounts on all such purchases. We furnish all our ticket members with a Shopping Guide Directory, in which the merchants and their goods are classified, and opposite the name of each mer chant is a cipher indicating the discount they return to our members on all purchases made at their stores. You are thus enabled to save many times the cost of your first outlay for a ticket of membership. The members of THE UNITED PURCHASERS' DISCOUNT COMPANY are en titled to receive FREE MEDICAL ADVICE for themselves and bona fiAt members of their families. The Company's physicians are in daily attendance at the...

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

ètsc Cblorojonc for Oisinfcctinq î Î TO HOUSEWIVES ! I Have you a bottle of SANOLEUM in your house ? Ii not, get one. It is an infallible alleviator of Pain. SANOLEUM, Cures Headaches, Toothache, and all other aches,| Bheumatism, Gout, Sciatica, Lumbago, and all other forms of Nervous and Muscular Diseases. Get a bottle and try it ; you will nev« 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 as I gave a small quantity to an old f...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Best Specimen Handwriting. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 March 1892

Best Specimen Handwriting. Messrs. Innes and Co., the Agents for BOSE'S LIME JUICE BEVERAGES, will present A CASE OP ROSE'S LIME JUICE CORDIAL, to the boy or girl under sixteen years of age, sending in; the Best Specimen Handwriting. This sentence to be written in large text, "Rose's Lime Juice Beverages, cannot ba surpassed. " And the same sentence to be written in small text. Open till loth. March

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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