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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1892
$k©"" If ©mag©r£St©v©. FLETCHER & SON, MAKERS OF THE CELE BRATED "YOUNGER" COOKING STOVES. These Stoves are guaranteed to work where all others Duplicate parts always in stock. Also makers of sorts of Ornamental Wrought and Cast Ironwork foi ks, Churches, etc., including Girders, Columns, ters, Spiral Staircases, Gates, Balcony Railing from ft. ; Tomb Hailing from 2/6 ft. ; Friezes, is. ft. ; egister Grates, Portable Coppers, and Colonial Ovens. , Importers of Fletcher's (Warrington) Gas Stoves, ers, Gas Fires, Gas Bings, etc., all at lowest prices. I for reduced price lists. GEORGE FLETCHER & SON, IRON FOUNDERS, ,OXFORD SQUARE, OXFORD STREET, SYDNEY. Á Real Blessing to Mothers. STEWARD'S INFANT'S SOOTHING MIXTÜRE. For Spasms, Gtipes, and all disorders during TEETHING. The children like it. OMOPATHIC MEDICINE TO PREVENT INFLUENZA. MRS. FAWCETT and MRS. CUMMINGS, REGENT STREET, opposite Harris MRS. M. DRABBLE, Certificated Masseuse, 41 OATLEY ROAD, PADDINGTON. Letters...
A PRAYER. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1892
A PRAYER. BY KATE VENNAH. Teach me to sing when my heart is aching, When my flesh is wounded then let me laugh ; Send me to comfort hearts that are breaking, Make me smile bravely when gall I quaff. .Send me with faith to souls that doubt Thee Earnestness, deep to the careless heart ; Unto proud souls that have lived without Thee Let me Humility's grace impart. Let me awaken those who slumber, Teach them to watch with fidelity ; Place in my pathway thorns without number, So I may lead back one soul to Thee ! Let me be heedless of human praises, Let me be calm when dangers arise ; Let me gaze coldly where passion blazes, Let me walk chastely, with lowered eyes. Let me depart from my best and my dearest If, by my staying, I cloud a white thought. Oft soul to the soul it loves best is nearest When hearts, divided, with pain are fraught !
THE HINDERERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1892
THE HINDERERS. j UV IDA WHIPPLE BENHAN. I We're very careful souls, we're very careful souls ; Our touch is velvet and our step is down ; Our speech is honey served in painted bowls ; We smile, but never frown. We're very careful souls-why should one wait, Careless of shelter, till the tempest pours ? Whatever task delays without the gate, We hide us safe indoors. .' Hush !" is onr watchword, whispered under breath : Our motto this : " Let well enough alone !" We barrow, dim with dust, nor wait for death To hide us 'neath its stone. Theie are who lift their faces to the sky, Sun-fronted, sun-illumined, strong of hand. We tremble as their earnest ranks go by To labor in the land ! They sow, they reap, they do, they even dare ! We hinder, cautiously, not overmuch, Laying a hand on progress here and there To thwart her with a touch. We're very careful souls ; we would not see This venerable order pass away ; The hoary past is what it used to be A pattern for to-day. Yet, should the lou...
WOMAN'S PART IN EVOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1892
I^Ï^HE race has not yet reached its acme |M||| of development, its highest state of '^H^a unfoldment. It is surely climbing upward, but it has now reached a point whence it can climb no higher, until it makes more moral progress ; until it throws off its burden of oppression of man against man, and man against woman. There can be no further advancement until the demons of greed and ambition, dishonesty and treachery ( intemperance and lust, whose temptations not even the mkiisttrs, who stand as moral leaders of the people, nor the judges who decree the highest justice of the age, can withstand, shall be overthrown and cast out. And lastly, must the masculine dominance of the mind and person of woman be removed and woman take her rightful place in the world as man's recognized equal ; a place that her development is rapidly preparing her to occupy with honor. These are the stumbling blocks in the way ?of the higher evolution of the race. These are the obstacles, in himself, that man ...
That the Present Position of Women is not Conducive to the Highest Possible Development of a Nation. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1892
[Extracts from Speech by Mrs. Hastie, at School of Arts Friday Nights' Debating Club.] That the Present Position of Women is not Conducive to the Highest Possible Development of a Nation, MY remarks are intended to apply more particularly to Australian women with regard - to their posit'on aa workers or wage earners, and I maj- say here, as a basis of argument, that I do not think the position of women as wage earners is sufficiently recognised in this and other countries, to ensure the highest development of which a nation may be capable. I think all will agree that it is for the best interests of a nation that its women should te healthy, intelligent self-dependent. Where these attributes are the State must progress, and every nation should, as one of its para- I mount duties, allow its women every facility and encouragement for maintaining their self dependence, for it seems to nae where there is individual independence there follows as a natural sequence, health, intelligence an...
Fashions. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1892
BLACK straw hats and bonnets, with velvet trimming and autumn tinted flowers, or a bit of green, yellow or red in ribbon or feathers, are «bout the thing for summer wear. They can be stylish worn with any sort of a costume through out the autumn and well into the spring. A good plan is to replace light, delicate tints on summer hats and bonnets with richer, warmer colours, and wear them during this ' between season,' waiting the arrival of summer millinery before selecting .the new hat. VELVEI, in the piece, or ribbon, retains its favour as a trimming, and later entire hats and bonnets made of piece velvet will be worn. Velvet or ribbon ties are seen on many bonnets, particularly those designed for middle-aged ladies who need the soft setting they make for the lower part of the face. Velvet is shown in all the fashionable shades, and will be combined with all kinds of garnitures throughout the winter. APROPOS of the above the present is a good time to buy velvets, plushes, &...
Humorous. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1892
Humorous. A blind carpenter took his hammer and saw, A dumb wheel-wight picked up a hub and spoke. To which may be added that a deaf farmer drove in his flock and herd. (Tourist No r, male)-That Indian is a fine specimen of a fellow. See how he carries himself ! (Tourist No 2, female)-Yes, and see how he lets his wife carry every thing else ! "Of course it hurts, Josiah," said Mrs. Chugwater, as she applied the liniment and rubbed it in vigorously. "Rheumatism always hurts. You must grin and bear it." "I'm willing to bear it, Samantha," groaned Mr. Chugwater, "but blame me if I'm going to grin." Little Minnie, whose parents are poor, is ealing dinner with some rich relatives, one of whom says : " Well, Minnie, how do you like your dinner-better than at home ?" " It doesn't taste much better, but I don't get done as soon as I do at home." Stage Manager-l!y jove, there's a nice thing happeo ing on the stage ! Proprietor-Eh ! What's up ? Stage Manager-The hero and villain are doing the...
In a Wildness of "Donts," WITH NOW AND THEN A DO. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1892
In a Äiluenwss of "gants," *? WITH NOW AND THEN A DO. ~ - -'VVVW- ? ONE cannot pick up a paper or magazine ?without that ominous word " Don't " confront ing them. Some one will say " Why, I never found it so." Well, perhaps not in just so many letters, but in some guise or other it will surely be found. My favorite household journal comes out and says one can't keep the skin clear and pure without the aid of soap and water, and plenty of it. "As you value your precious hide, do not touch soap and water," says some one else. " Rub the skin vigorously.' says one. "Massage the face very, very gently," says another, " you are not supposed to be scouring a porker's hide, and you wil ruin the delicate cuticle." "Take a cold water bath before breakfast,' says one. "Take a tepid bath," "take ! scalding hot bath "; then after we have though seriously about trying them all at once, som one throws us into fits by telling us not t bathe at all ; dry rubbing is all sufficient. " To avoid corns w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1892
RESULTS-YEAR 1891, ?* AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY. New olicies issued New Assurances New Premiums - I3.631 - £4,108,887 £165,199 ios. 6d. This is the LargeBt New Business ever transacted by the Society in a Single Year. Accumulated Funds inc-eased by ^79.5.1O3 iOs. 2d., and now amount to more than Ten and a Half Millions Sterling. Notwithstanding this increase in business the EXPENSES OF MANAGEMENT were only at the rate 9.19 per cent, on the Annual Income. NOTE NAME OF OFFICE :- - The stringency in the STANDARD OF VALUATION ha^ been maintained at a point which is not approached by any other Life Assurance Office doing business in Australasi a. In addition to this, Special Reserves, amounting to about Two Hundred Thousand Pounds, are held. ANNUAL DIVISION OF BONUS. The surplus for the year for division amongst the members, after holding the reserves above alluded to amounts to Four Hundred and Eighty Nine Thousand, Eigh Hundred and i wenty Eight Pounds. which will give a Reve...
THE HOUSEHOLD LAUNDRY. HINTS FOR WASHING COLOURED CLOTHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1892
THE HOUSEHOLD LAUNDRY. HINTS FOR WASHING COLOTJBKD CLOTHES. A SÜDS of medium strength should be prepared and rendered sufficiently cool to allow the hands to be borne in it. The clothes should then be washed out as rapidly as possible, and rinsed in a manner similar to that employed for the white portion. One of the great difficulties met with in the washing of that class of goods is the tendency to fade ; but in nearly all cases a slight precaution will prove an effectual preventive. In washing black clothes, a little bullock's gall in the water helps to set and renovate the colors. For print, it is recommended to first immerse them in salt and water, made by putting three gills of salt ina gallon of water, Into this, while it is hot, put the prints, allowing them to remain till cool ; then wash and rinse in the usual manner. A few drops of vitriol put into the rinsiug water is also said to fasten all colors in prints, with the exception of black, for which the salt solution above,...
"ELSE, TO-MORROW, A STRANGER WILL SAY WHAT WE HAVE THOUGHT AND FELT." [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1892
"ELSE, TO-MORROW, A STRANGER WILL SAY WHAT WE HAVE THOUGHT AND FELT.'' Ii is an open secret that the leaders of the popular moral movements of our day do not give their honest thought to the public. The excuse which they invariably offer for this fraud upon the public is, that their followers are not ready for the truth ; that should they express their honest convictions, the people, not being ready to follow, would be alienated from them entirely. Henry Ward Beecher said to a friend, when upbraided by him for not giving his honest opinions on the marriage question :-" If, by keej ing only forty feet ahead of my congregation I can lead them up higher, would I not be foolish to place myself eighty feet from them, and thus be lost to their sight ?" But such reasoning is no longer excusable. To-day that unknown quantity, the public, is doing its own thinking. Blind following of leaders is becoming unpopular. The people are doing their own thinking and are refusing to take their opinion...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1892
CITIZEN'S LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED. J CAPITAL ... ... £200,000. Incorporated pursuant to Act of Parliament. 23, & 25 CASTLEREAGH STREET, SYDNEY. Directors T. P. G ARVA N, Esq., Managing Director. I FRANK COFFEE, Esq. 1 W. J. LYNE, Esq., M.P. I F. B. FREEHILL, Esq., M.A. | J. J. POWER, Esq., M.B. Chief Medical Officer Dr. M. J. CLUNE, 18 College Street, Sydney. Assistant Actuary-WM. W. BAIN, F.s.S. QUEENSLAND-35 QUEEN STREET, BRISBANE. Resident Secretary -. JOSEPH BUTLER. WEST AUSTRALIA-HAY AND BARRACK STS., PERTH. Resident Secretary : CHAS. F. EvES'foN. NORTH QUEENSLAND-FLINDERS STREET, TOWNSVILLE Resident Secretary: ROBERT J. WILSON. In order to bring the great benefit of Life Assurance within the reach of all classes. Premiums may be paid to the .Company, District Collector WEEKLY, Monthly, or Yearly. Superior Costumes in Tweed, Serge, or Habit Cloth, for £2 12/6. Patterns and forms of self-measurement post free on application HEAD OFFICE-21 Hon. S. II. HYAM, M.L.C ...
Word Competition. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1892
Word Competition. The Guinea prke offeree) by Mr. Summers Brown lor the largest list of Engli.h words made from the words "New Guinea," is awarded to Eloisa Larsen, care Mrs. Hanley, 88 King street, Sydney. A second priae ai a> C4*-iea, subject to the same rules namely:-for the largest list of correct English words made from the words "WAUGH'S BAKING POWDER." Each list must be clearly written and correctly number ed. Open to boys and girls under sixteen years of age till Aug 15th. 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 n' in the words "Waugh's Baking Powder," but words having two 'a's' and 'g's' are of course permitted. No proper nouns will be allowed, therefore, names of persons and places are excluded. No word muBt be repeated although it may have several different meanings.
Longest List of Names. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1892
Longest List cf Names. The I'ki/.K of a pair of pretty plush framed paintings on opal is awarded to Gieta Cross, Parramatta Road, Petersham, who sent in the longest list of correct names and addsesses of children attending any public school in N.S.W. We again offer a prize of a pair of silver earrings, fully described in advertisement, for same subject to same conditions. Open till Aug 15th. Previous prize winners not eligible.
Best Suggestion FOR COMPETITION AND PRIZE FOR SAME. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1892
Best Suggestion FOR COMPETITION AND PRIZE FOR SAME. A prize of a Pocket Dispensary is offered for the best Suggestion for a Competition and suitable priae for same. The dispensary contains remedies for all accidents and emergencies. Full directions, together with drugs, plaisters, lint and pins, all in a neat strong c?se, small enough to carry in the pocket. Splendid for outings, picnics, schools, and household use. Open to any bdy or girl under sixteen until Aug. 15th.
ENGLISH POETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1892
ENGLISH POETS. 1. A merry old soul and the top of a mountain. 2. The home of thousands and two-thitds of a price less organ. 3. What the Thames never was and a robber's abode. 4. The ornament of summer and part ol a landsoape. 5. A wild apple and an auxilliary verb.
CHARADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1892
CHARADE. Weary nf noise and heat, The city's confiant din, Gladly W'j take our seat The breezy car within, And note the suave conductor's smile, As be collects my fit st the while. A» through the country side. With hurried steps we go. No cloud the sun to hide And dim its fervid glow, What bliss my second then to see, And of its sparkling depths drink free. So when along the west, The sunset colours die, At last we end our que&lt;t, And weary homeward hie, And to the pleasures of the day Contentedly my whole we say ~" A prize will be given for correct solutions of each of the above puzzles;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 July 1892
DO YOU SUFFKK FROM Rheumatism, Lumbago, Neuralgia, or Sciatica ? IF SO. PROCPRE AT OX CK A BOTTLE OF Si. Jacob's Oil, THE CREAT 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 (anally, 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 OH., which has earned for itself an undying reputation in every habitable portion of the globe. The especial value ol ST. JACOU'S Oil. lor 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...