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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 May 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 ai 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 withou...

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

FOR THE LIVER AND KIDNEYS Is the purest and most genuino Tunic in tho world. Try it and you will feel ita salutary effects immediately ASK YOUR CHEMIST FOR IT. FEW diseases present less charms of novelty, and still fewer are more practical, or require a gteater 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 slight depression. But...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POET'S PAGE. Three Autumn Hours. DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 May 1892

Three Autumn Hours. BY ANNIE C. HOLDEN. DAY. THE cedar trees that fringe the shining river Are flecked with gold-About the cottage eaves Late roses bloom, and thick adown the pathway The weeping willow strews her yellow leaves : Light breezes blow-the ripened cornstalks rattle The laden carts pass on fi om row to row White cockatoos lament their vanished treasure In shrill discordant note of hungry woe. Like tufts of thistle-down in windy dance White cloudlets drift across the blue expanse. EVENING. The western sky, of pure translucent amber, Shades softly upwards to a pearly gray ; Poised in mid-air one golden cloud is floating, Last bright memento of the dying day ! Too soon the vision pales-it fades-it deadens The glow dies out, the mists of evening rise : The length'ning shadows blur the smiling landscape, A dim soft veil about the watcher's eyes : The day is dead ! Her faoe is to the wall 1 Weep, weep, ye Graces 1 Toll, ye joy-bells all]! NIGHT. The dusty road in wondrous trans...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The One Who Stays at Home. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 May 1892

The One Who Stays at Home. The wheels of the world go round and round, In the press of a busy throng, Morn with its matin melody, And night with its vesper song ; The tides are out and the tides are in, Like the sea in its ebb and flow, For there's always one to stay at home Where there is one to go. Abroad on the highway's noisy track There is rush of hurrying feet, The sparks fly out from the wheels of time To brighten the bitter and sweet ; But apart from the beaten road and path, Where the pulse of earth runs slow, There is always one to stay at home Where there is one to go. Over and over good-bye are said, In tests that die with the day. When eyes are wet that cannot forget, And smiles have faded away ; Smiles that are worn as over a grave, Flowers will blossom and blow ; For there's always one to stay at home Where th»re is one to go. Always one for the little tasks Of a day that is never done ; Always one io sit down at night And watch with the stars alone, And he who fights...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A City Waif. WHAT THE "FRESH-AIR FUND" DID. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 May 1892

A City Waif. WHAT THE "FRESH-AIR FUND" DH). BY FLAVEL SCOTT MINES. Begrimed with dirt, in the scanty shade Of the tenements a baby played. There was hunger in the eyes of blue, And the cheeks were of a pallid hue, But it knew no more, and laughed in play As one of God's servants passed that way. "We will take her to the country air, Where she will grow to be bright and fair," Thus the good man said ; and so, ere long, She was numbered with the "Fresh-Air" throng, And it seemed to be another world Before her wondering eyes unfurled. At the place they stopped a woman stood In the sombre garb of widowhood ; She thought of husband and baby laid At rest in the graveyard's solemn shade, And at that moment two bright blue eyes Looked up in hers with a strange surprise. Then she bent and kissed the baby face, Which was beautiful with childish grace. The little one touched her gentle brow, And whispered : 'Ts oo my mamma now?" And the mother gave another kiss, Saying : "God's mercy has sent ...

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

^ Ck fifteir Curse. ¿í'2 GERALD had, indeed, represented to the afflicted .family how the lear and the dread of the curse resting on the mother's mind had probably had much, if not all, to do with the death of the children. He illustrated the effect of the imagination in such cases, selecting instances occurring in the neighbourhood, and which, therefore, could not be gainsaid ; but all to no purpose. " Ah, doctor, dear," was the invariable comment, " this is a cuise, and a mother's curse cannot be broken." Seeing the unalterable persistency of their belief, we had little hope of the life of the coming child, but never theless, did all we could to save it. Everything was done to restore Mary to health of body and mind, both of which had suffered in those fifteen terrible years. Mother husband and neighbours worked with us toward the good end, they all the while expressing a hope they did not feel that the curse might pass by this ssventb child, we expressing an equally insincere cer...

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

"Moxfy «mnmg, «arífe Wing.'' BY MATTIE DYER BRITTS. " HELLO, KATE !" " Yes !" answered a voice above stairs, as Charley Grant called from the cosy little hall below. " Come down here ! I've got something to tell you !" Charley's handsome face was bright enough to tell any body that his news pleased him greatly, as he stood waiting for his wife to come down. And why not, since his pretty cousin, Jessie Kingsbury, had come at one time very near filling the place which Kate has now ? But Kate was as sweet and pretty as ever Jess had been-at least she used to be, before Baby Johnnie came -and-and-well, Kate appeared at the instant, and even Charley could not call her pretty, now. Her golden hair was all bunched up and tucked back with an ugly comb, her wrapper unbelted, no collar on, and her small feet thrust into clumsy old slippers. Charley's friends used to say he was a perfect fiend on the subject of untidy women, and he couldn't help a shade crossing his face as he remembered how t...

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

-=>.«; A MOTHER'S TASK. -wvw IT is said that a certain celebrated artist had already spent two whole years in painting a scene ; but being dissatisfied, destroyed the labor of so many months and was making another attempt, when a friend interrogated him as to the cause of his thus spending as much of his time. His reply was :-I paint for immortality.' Every individual now living is doing work for enterprise ; but a mother, to whom is committed tbe training of a mortal immortal, is emphatically painting for immortality. Here is the hand that is delineating features on a canvas which will retain its characters '' far into the other world." It is this consideration that gives its momentous importance to that question, so often asked with such solicitude, by the anxious mother: "What influences among those I can bring to bear upon my child will be the most lasting and productive of the greatest 'good ?'

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

5Sí l¿'¿ y. j^OVELY AND SONS, ^.j Wèahuzù Sc ^acytzucookù' 272 PIT! STBEET, SYDNEY. [Established 1840.] MRS. LAVENDER, .NURSE AND QUALIFIED ACCOUCHEUSE RECEIVES PERSONS FROM THE COUNTRY REQUIRING SURGICAL OR MEDICAL ATTENDANCE. (Established in Botany street, io years.) For terms apply, "Windermere," 132 BOTANY STREET MOORE PARK, SYDNEY. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR NORRIS BROS.' Forest Lodge, PRESERVED FRUITS. They are simply delicious. Apricots, Peaches, Pears, Pine Apples, Nectarines and Tomatoes. Agents for the celebrated Katoomba Old and Matmred Wines. LLASSEGUE, Florist and Landscape Gardener and . Horticulturist, Cameron street, near Darling Point, begs to inform his customers that be has made a large purchase of small fancy pots for table decoration, ready rilled with young palms, terns, adiaiuurni, lycopodium moss. They must be seen to be appreciated. "Wednes days and Saturdays special days for inspection. Gardens lain out, supplied with all íequiifluents, taste fully planted and kep...

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 May 1892

Jfor (£mpíÍ0tts antr Skin j§wtn%tn, ffov Burns, Acatos, Bltflí)t. ê>ores> inflammation anl» Cancers HENRY'S iOLONIAL OINTMENT. Chemists. Sole Agents, ELLIOTT BROTHERS, Sydney. Carts Saofwla, Crjjstptlas, Mimplis.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 May 1892

"A day, an hour of virtuous liberty, Is worth a whole Eternity in bondage.'' -ADDISON. MAY 2, 1892. Office : 402 George street, Sydney. Opposite A. J. S. Bank.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Contents. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 May 1892

Contents. Our Anniversary. Suffrage Receptions. The Foli Concerts. The Woman s Cause. Women's Privileges. Married People, &c. Rose Culture. Hints for Girls. The Girl in the Moon. Fas li ions. Novelties. As an Egg is full of Meat. ;\KVS Page. I he Lifted Curse. Worth Winning, Worth Keeping. The Family Scrap Basket. Why So ne Women, &c. -a Butterflies that Bathe. Paying Back. Answers tr» Oorrespondents.^Vi^^ Celia's Composition.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 May 1892

ED. 344 GE0Í^E g^EE¥, ¡SYDNEY. -áj Sok %jmts for Cbt 6stcn (frgan. |~ Wy The thousands of jEatey Organs in Homes, Churches, and Chapels every where, prove their long and leading popularity. Illustrated Cat alogues sent free. TÇE BEST AND OTO PROCURABLE. PIANOS by all the BEST MAKERS EASY TIME PAYMENT. Illustrated catalogues and prices post free on application. w. p. F^hlM nw QdWfiW, MJOTED.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Novelties. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 May 1892

PAPEK-HOLDEE.-Among the useful home made holiday gifts seen here ia the paper-holder, which will be found much prettier and more effective in bright colors than black and white can represent it. It is made of a six penny Japanese screen or splasher. The left-hand corner on the bottom is rolled over and fastened with strong threads on the right side, forming a large cornucopia for the papers. Two shades of green ribbon one inch in width is used for the decoration of the one seen here. It is run through the splints at regular inter vals. The ends are tied in bows on the top. The ribbon used for the bottom is of a broader width the same shade of the narrow. It is tacked on the back with a fe iv stit ches brought around and tied in a bow. A LiiTLE time since I saw, at the home of an acquain tance, a lovely set of doilies -a gift easily made by a nice needlewoman. They were five or six inches square, and the material was of fine white "bosom1' linen. The doiley had an edge vandyked and e...

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

5s. PER TOOTH. 5s. ENGLISH DENTISTRY. ENGLISH PRICES. Artificial Teeth. Full Sets from £i io/. lr. WALTER SCOTT, English Surgeon Dentist, 63 GEORGE STREET WEST, SYDNEY. (Next Fire Brigade Station. ) Please mention this paper when consulting Mr. Scott. BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS. SEARL "AND SONS, ^florists to Jtorb ima ^aïrg |etstg, 109 King Street, (be careful of address). Choice Bou 2nets, Sprays, Coat Bouquets, Presentation Baskets, and ll Floral designs. Flowers sent to all parts of the Colony. PLEASE NOTE THE ADDRESS-109 KING STREET. THE NATATORIUM A PERFECT LUXURY. 640 Tons Sea Water at 90 degrees lor 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, HAYMARKET. WILLIS AND CO., (From London.) FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKERS, 7Ï5 George street, Sydney. (Opposite Anthony Hordern's.) Ladies' Own Material made np. Wedding and Mourning orders promptly executed. Agents for Madame Weigel's patterns and journal. INVALID ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AS AN EGG IS FULL OF MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 May 1892

-, - . wAAA/* FOOD in its most concentrated form is no ^misnomer for the contents of the pearly egg shell. An article is called nutritive that supports or builds up the body, furnishing it materials for natural growth. These materials eminently exist in the egg. Albumen, which enters so largely into the -composition and repair of the human body the muscle-making or tissue-making element is found in its purest form in the white of eggs. The yolk contains sulphur, necessary for the growth of bone, the hair and the nails. And the carbon it possesses, thus making eggs a valuable food for winter, is no less to a con siderable extent an essential of summer diet. In eggs, too, are found iron for the blood, and phosphorus for the brain. All healthy blood must contain the first, and the latter, needed by all, is of especial importance to the student and the scholar. As to modes of preparation for the trade, it is necessary to mention only a few of the 'five hundred ways ' there are said to b...

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

WU The hardest headed man was born with a soft spot. No man can be a hero when his liver is ont of order. Cream and acids do not curdle, while milk and acids will. Marriage is never a failure ; but every wedding is not a marriage. A fool is a man who lives in a house with all the doors and windows shat. The world is full of people who want to do good, but they neglect to do it. The devil never has much trouble with the man who is in love with himself. When the devil undertakes to bind a man, he never lets him see the rope. It takes some people a long while to find out that poor health is not religion. When we wear the yoke of Christ, the heavier the load the easier it is to travel. When you want to find a coward, hunt up the man who knows he is wrong. The closer a man lives to the ground, the more he loves to talk about himself. By mixing with people you find out how mach you know and how much you don't know. To preserve mucilage of either gum arabic or tragacanth add a few drops of...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHY SOME THOUGHTFUL WOMEN ARE DISINCLINED TO MARRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 May 1892

WHY SOME THOUGHTFUL WOMEN ARE DISINCLINED TO MARRY. (CONCLUDED FROM LAST MONTH.) -fAMr HOWEVER, he felt that it would be a greater honor to be where he could earn five dollars to spend the day pleading a petty law suit of fifty cents. At the same time benevolent people were buying and making clothing to keep his numerous children from freezing. That thiB man neglected his family by trying to be a lawyer was evident. Yet we never heard him quoted as proving that a married man should never be a lawyer. But we are told that it is the divine mission of women to be mothers ; that her periods of child-bearing unfit her for business life, that engaging in business would make her unwilling to bear children ; and that a woman should always care for her children herself. We acknow ? ledge that women were intended for mothers, but if her divine mission was simply to propagate her kind she would be inferior to the lower animals. That child-bearing sometimes unfits her for business is true, but ...

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

THE DEFINITION OF HOME. -V\A/vV THERE is a marked distinction, though it is not always regarded, even by writers with pretension to correctness of diction, between the " house " and the " home," The house, the dwelling, the place where we live-these are easily defined and understood ; but when the word "home" is used, and we are asked to define the term, to express the meaning in other form, the mind wanders vainly from point to point in search of the words with which to clothe the idea which is present and struggling for expression. A London jenrnal recently offered a Prize for the best definition of " home," and received S.ooo answers. Some were ingenious, some poetic, others perhaps witty, but lamentably deficient in their fgtasp of the subject. Here are a few of the best; yet not one of them all means so much as the simple word they seek to define : The golden setting, in which the brightest jewel is "mother." A world of strife shut out, a world of love shut in. An arbor which s...

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