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HINTS FOR GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 May 1892

pip's wm mw, YoTJB mother is your best friend. Have nothing to do with girls who snub their parents. Tell the pleasantest things you know when at meals. Do not expect your brother to be as dainty as a girl. Exercise, and never try to look as if you were in delicate health. Introduce every new acquaintance to your mother as soon as possible. Don't think it necessary to get married. There is plenty of room for old maids, and they are often happier than wives. Enjoy the pleasures provided for you by your parents to the fullest extent. They will liko that as a reward better than any other. Take care of your teeth at any cost of times or trouble, and do without new dresses rather than neglect a needed visit to the dentist. Most fathers are inclined to over-indulge their daughters. Make it impossible for your father to spoil you, by fairly returning his devotion and affection. Never think you can afford to be dowdy at home. Cleanliness, hair well-dressed and a smile will make a calico loo...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 May 1892

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Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Women's Privileges. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 May 1892

Women's Privileges. A LITTLE while ago a Sydney journal quoted the following sentence from Jean Ingelow, "Women cannot have both rights and privi leges ; I prefer »he privileges." Let us see if we can collect a few modern) local, authentic examples of these privileges. A lady who has been a member of the Mechanics School of Arts, Sydney, for sixteen years ; paying the full subscription of £1 per annum ; sought to take out a subscription for her daughter the other day. She asked for the ticket at half rates under the rule which she thought granted the concession of half rates to members of a family when the head of that family was already on the hooks. But no, she found this privilege did not extend to women heads of families, it could be granted to only the female relatives of men members. If her son, (educated, reared and supported by her) pleases to beoome a member, she may apply for reduced membership rates by virtue of her relationship to the boy, but neither she nor her daughte...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 May 1892

WAUGH'S BAKING POWDER IN THE CAMP OVEN. "Waugh's Baking Powder heats them all and no mistake !" DR. WAUGH'S ALWAYS THE BEST. Prepared Only by JAMES CHANNON, And Sold by all Grocers.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Married People Should not Expect Too Much of Each Other. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 May 1892

Married People S ko mi d sot Expeet^Too Much of Ea eli Otker, THE much-discussed question, " Is marriage a failure?' came up at a small social gathering a few evenings since. In the company were an old bachelor, a widow, several married people and a couple of young persons who were absorbed in unsuccessful attempts to persuade the company that they never heard of such a thing as love's young dream. Various opinions were advanced and some little warmth was becoming evident in the remarks of some of the married guests. The bachelor was cynical, the youngsters sowewhat shocked and sorrowful and the entire company uncomfortable. At length a lady who had hitherto remained silent was appealed to for her opinion. " If we judge by the amount of happiness we find in families," she said, " I think we may call it a failure, for a perfectly harmonious household is very hard to find. There is so much selfishness and so much indifference displayed, so much / and so little you, that the instinct o...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 May 1892

TTlie "Yomnger1 Stoir©. "G. FLETCHER & SON, MAKEBS OF THE CELE BRATED "YOUNGER" COOKING STOVES. These Stoves are guaranteed to work where all others faiL Duplicate parts always in stock. Also makers of all sorts of Ornamental Wrought and Cast Ironwork for Banks, Churches, etc., including Girders, Columns, Pilasters, Spiral Staircases, Gates, Balcony Railing from 2/6 ft. ; Tomb Railing from 2/6 ft. ; Friezes, is. ft. ; Register Grates, Portable Coppers, and Colonial Ovens. Also, Importers of Fletcher's (Warrington) Gas Stoves, Grillers, Gas Fires, Gas Rings, etc., all at lowest prices. Send for reduced pr>ce lists. GEORGE FLETCHER & SON, IRONFOUNDERS, OXFORD SQUARE, OXFORD STREET, SYDNEY. A FREE TRAINING WITHIN THE POWER OF EVERY GIRL OF MUSICAL, LITERARY, AND ARTISTIC TASTES. ANYONE GAINING TWENTY YEARLY SUBSCRIBERS TO "THE DAWN" WILL BE ENTITLED TO A COURSE OF LESSONS IN ANY OF THE FOLLOWING USEFUL STUDIES. For years we have known the wish of the girl of refined ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Suffrage Receptions. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 May 1892

Suffrage Receptions. THE Womanhood Suffrage League are making efforts to induce their lady membero to set apart a regular day when they will be at home to discuss woman's suffrage with all and sundry callers It is thought that many who are anxious to forward this cauBe can hold quiet informal receptions in their own houses, though they may not be able to undertake the cost and labour of public meetings. On the other hand many women who wish to form opinions regarding the movement will be more ready to do so when they can state objections and hear replies from some one living in the neigh bourhood who is well posted on the subject. The following ladies have agreed to be " at home " to discuss woman's suffrage : Mrs. Champion, Station-street, Harris Park, Parramatta, 1st Tuesday in month, J to 4 p.m. Mrs. Ellen Brown, Hawthorn Farm, Jindera, Thursdays. Mrs. R. L. Moore, Angledool Station, New Angledool, will see people or correspond at any time. Other ladies who may be willing to carr...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 May 1892

mit HNNIVE^SWY. §jgg|OUR. years ago in a short editorial we sfcsjl briefly explained our object in start «^lÄtö ing THE DAWN. It was to be a journal for Australian women, in which we promised to give publicity to their wrongs, to fight their battles, and to assist in repairin what evils we could and to give advice to the best of our ability. In every issue since, we have kept these pledges steadily in view and now confront our readers with a clear con science to give an account of ourselves. We have never failed to give publicity to wrongs affecting women which came under our notice, and a glance through our four years' file will show that this in itself was no light undertaking ; in so doing we have also fulfilled our promise viz, to fight women's battles ; we have also assisted to repair what evils we could and have given advice to the best of our ability as we were asked. We have been accused not unfrequently of being biased on the side of woman, but when we think that from the t...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPECIAL PRIZE. Word Competition. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 May 1892

SPECIAL PRIZE. Word Competition. A NEW GUINEA is offered by Mr. Summers Brown for the largest list of correct English -words made out of' the words "NEW GUINEA." Each list must be clearly written and correctly numbered. Open to boys and girls under sixtaen years of age till June loth. CONDITIONS :-The letters must only be used once, that is to say, no word for instance having two 'a's' in it will do, since there is only one a in the words "New Guinea,"bnt words having two 'e's' and 'n's' are of1 course permitted. No proper nouns will be allowed, therefore, names oí persons and places are excluded. No word must be repeated although it may have several different meanings.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Charade. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 May 1892

Charade. A HANDSOME Scrap Book with Sciaps includediwill be presented to the boy or girl sending in the first correct solution to the following Charade : My first has often made a suit, My second is a suit when made ; Within my whole, 'tis past dispute, Full many a suit is deftly laid. Open till May loth.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"The Dawn" Subscribers. A PRETTILY DRAPED DOLL'S COT WITH DOLL. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 May 1892

"The Dawn" Subscribers. A PRETTILY DRAPED DOLL'S COT WITH DOLL. will be given to any girl obtaining the most subscribers to "The Dawn," and a doll will be given to each competitor gaining more than one sution. Op en

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 May 1892

SEae ?UOTO}ÖM îox QmnïatnxQ ! ! TO HOUSEWIVES^ I Have you a bottle of SANOLEUM in your house ? It 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 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. BsroEB trw Redfern, 23 rd. 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 a...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 May 1892

DO YOU SUFFER FROM Rheumatism, Lumbago, neuralgia, or Sciatica ? IF SO, PROCURE AT ONCE A BOTTLE OF St. Jacob's Oil, THE GREAT REMEDY FOR PAIN which is an infallible cure tor 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 re...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 May 1892

CflWIxBJoiejW 4 ca, HIGH A HT PHOTOGtiAPHEKS, BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT TO His Excellency, LORD CARRINGTON STUDIO : GROSVENOR GALLERIES, ROYAL ARCA DE, SYDNEY. MISS NAYLOR - 4^ TEACHER OF » Pianoforte *M Hinging, NO. I, FIRST FLOOR, PALING'S BUILDINGS, PBIVATE ADDRESS .. 21 Green's Road, Paddington. SPECIAL NOTICE ! I LADIES CALL AND SEE ! MILTON § m., The Dentists of the Age. Decayed Teeth filled or extracted painlessly. Our Artificial Teeth are the Best and Cheapest in Sydney. ONLY ADDRESS : 502 GEORGE STREET, CITY. The New South Wales E&ucaticmal oc&.£©tte, A MONTHLY JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF THE TEACHING PROFESSION, PUBLISHED BÏ A STRONG COMMITTEE OF OFFICERS AND TEACHERS UNDER THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. CONTENTS :-Editorial Notes, contributed and selected Articles, Australian Natural History, Specimen Answers to Examination Papers, Pupil Teachers Column, Notes of Lessons, Departmental Information, Technical Edu cation, Cadet Intelligence, corre...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Foli Concerts. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 May 1892

The Foli Concerts. CONSIDERING our scanty population it is amazing how we manage to attract to Australia the aristocracy of the musical world. They come they admire our harbour, they play and sing to us, and when they go they do not go penuielss. To add to the list of great names we now have Signor Foli, who has won our hearts in advance by saying that our Centennial Hall is probably the finest concert room in the world. He does not know how much we like to hear that. He says too that he is in great voie» so there is no doubt he can fill the hall,-both with sound, and with people. There will be a great treat for those who can attend the concerts, of which the first will be held on Monday, the 2nd May, for in addition to the great basso there is Mr. Orlando Harley a tenor of established reputation in England, and these old-world artistes are to be supported by Mrs. Vandeveer Greene aud others from the front rank of our local musical world. One minor point about these concerts is, fro...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"The Woman's Cause." [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 May 1892

" The Woman's Cause." ON Monday, the 25th April, the Rev. George "Walters lectured at the Protestant Hall, ¡Sydney, on " The Woman's Cause." Over .500 people-about an equal number of men and of women-were present. Lady Windeyer took the chair and the platform was occupied by members of the Womanhood Suffrage League. The lecturer touched upon the various points of " The Woman's Cause," and ia a manner which was both interesting and ? convincing, defended and commended the efforts of women to gain education, to learn trades for self support, and to secure equal treatment by the law. With regard to tho Tote he disposed of some of the current ob jections and remarked that the homes and households of the women who advocate woman's sufferage are a happy contradiction to the calumny that she who takes an interest in public affairs must sacrifice the beauty and use. dfulness of her home life. The lecturer was warmly applauded. Mrs. Wolstenhome in proposing a vote of thanks said : " We canno...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GIRL IN THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 May 1892

íi'JÍK (illili IJi U'PE MOON. -.-A.Í> WHEN Victor Hugo said, '' This is the woman's century," he undoubtedly intended his chivalrous remark to apply only to our own planet, but he might also have made the asser tion in regard to the moon. From time im memorial we have heard of " the man in the moon," and of his utter obliviousness to our earthly doings ; but who ever heard of " the woman in the moon ?'' To be sure, we ought to have taken her presence for granted, reasoning from our knowledge of the earthly male biped ! but her supremacy in our burnt out satellite is even more obvious than that of her male companion-in fact, she really eclipses him, and, " has given him a black eye.'' Let any one look at the moon with a field glass, or even with a good opera-glass, when it is at its full or during three or four evenings previous to and after that event, and Miss Luna can be seen in all her glory. She holds her position at the lower right-hand side of the planet, with head thrown w...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Fashions, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 May 1892

-MC JfHstrions, fe, 3N A NOVEL fern table from which the ferns .seem to spring as from the ground itself. You may use a simple little table of any shape for this. The expensive ones made ex pressly for home dressing are perhaps better than any others for they have a soft wood top, a great advantage in this case. Having secured your table, select a good sized deep tin j>an with a wide brim, punch three holes in the «entre of the bottom bv driving: a round nail through the tin and paint the pan, inside and out, with dark green paint. Have a round hole cut in the top of your table just large enough to ad mit the pan, which will be kept from sliding through by its turned over brim. The best way to get the hole the exact size you need is to measure your pan around the top directly un der the brim and have the hole of exactly that circumference. Make a table-cloth of dark moss green felt, cutting out the corners to fit the table. Mark a circle in the middle of the cloth just the size o...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 May 1892

THE SHILLING SURPRISE PACKET, OF Interesting and Useful Reading, FOR WOMEN AND GIRLS. CONTAINING FIRSTLY, ALL IM'EKESTING STORIES COMPLETE. SECONDLY A COPY OF .if TP ?:. BOOif * m$ .:. Jlhh. *. A Pretty Pink Journalette, containing a long and exquisitely Illustrated Story by Ellen Williams. THIRDLY, MADAME SCHILDS MONTHLY JOURNAL, With Cut-out PATTERN of BLOUSE, suitable for plain and washing material, full front, pat li creí I into tlu; neck and kept in position at the waist by a Swiss belt ; full sleeve gath ered into a cuff of spotted print at the wrist ; turn-over collar, and pocket of same. This patt«, ru is sold at one shilling in London. FOURTHLY, -Ks THE CONTENTS SPEAK FOE ITSELF, It contains "Woman" to Woman. Riding in India, by Lady Violet Greville. Waist and Stays by Mary Frances Billington. Wife versus Mother, Correspondence, Book Chat, Is Human Nature improving ; Poem "I Thought of You," by Harold Wynn. D' you know. WRINKLE^ GENEKAI, PRINCIPALS OF FURNISHING. FROM A PRA...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 May 1892

WORTH NOTING. THE CELEBRATED RIENT SLOTHING IS THE CHEAPEST & MOST ECONOMICAL Obtainable in the Colonies fop Bogs' <5j Ljouths' SCHOOL AND BEST WEAR All Parents should try the ORIENT CLOTHING for their Boys. The Mater ials are Reliable and Properly Shrunk. The work is DURABLE and the Shapes fit A GOURA TEL Y and comfortably The Orient Clothing always gives satisfaction. DAVID JONES & CO., ? Opposite the General Post Office, GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY Patterns and directions for self-measurement sent free on application.

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