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The Storyteller. Aunt Lavinia. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 15 May 1888

The Storyteller. Aunt Lavinia. BY H. H. HOLDICH. 'HOW you can spend your     time and eyes over that non-     sensical trash passes my       comprehension. Why can't     you do something sensible and useful?'     'Like me,' click the knit-   ting-needles which Aunt     Nancy brandishes viciously and defiantly. Aunt Lavinia looks up     from the bit of satin in     which she is setting the de-     licate stitches with such ex-   quisite care and daintiness.       ' You are always so practical aud energetic Nancy,' she says. ' I was not made that way, though I can admire it in others. But I can't ad- mire fussiness,' she adds more sharply as Aunt Nancy rises and jerks down the s...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
About Qurselves [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 15 May 1888

About Ourselves "WOMAN is not uncompleted man,   but diverse." says Tennyson, and being diverse why should she not have her journal in which her divergent hopes, aims, and opinions may have representation. Every eccentricity of belief, and every variety of bias in mankind allies itself with a printing-machine, and gets its singularities bruited about in type, but where is the printing ink champion of mankind's better half? There has hitherto been no trumpet through which the concen- trated voices of womankind could publish their grievances and their opinions. Men legislate on divorce, on hours of labor, and many an other question intimately affecting women, but neither ask nor know the wishes of those whose lives and happiness are most concerned. Many a tale might be told by wo- men, and many a useful hint given,   even to the omniscient male, which would materially strengthen and guide the hands of law-makers and benefactors aspiring to be just and generou...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
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The Divorce Extension Bill [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 15 May 1888

The Divorce Extension Bill THERE are few questions so important for the consideration of women as those of the laws of marriage and divorce, since full half the sorrows of women rise from marriages fool- ishly made, or from nuptial ties which being made cry out for severence. Thank Heaven ! there are many happy marriages—many men and many women who have found a matri- monial partnership double their stock of con- tent, and whose ties of association are made up of so many mutual memories, so many joys shared and sorrows divided, that no legal   cincture could bind them closer. But you men and women who have not—and we pray never may have—cause to name the hideous word "separation," are those who should   take up the first weapon and fight in the   front ranks for the liberation of unhappy spirits tied upon connubial racks, that man who being content, and finding life and his   home a blessing and a day-to-day comfort, cares nothing ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 15 May 1888

HORDERNS IN PITT-STREET LADIES WIRE DRESS STANDS, with Ex- panding Bust and Skirt, for draping dresses on ; also, made to order, the Padded Figure, send body you can have one made to fit. WIREWORK of every description, at the same OLD SHOP in George-street. Wire Netting, 12in. wide, 1d per yard by the roll of 50yds ; Wire Netting, 18in wide, l½d per yard by the roll of 5oyds ; Wire Netting. 24in, 36in, 48in, 72 wide, at greatly re- duced prices ; Wove wire, all sizes ; Seives and Screens, for builders, &c. ; Wire Shutters, for pro- tecting shop windows made in a proper manner ; all kinds of Brass Wire Work for banks, insurance offices, &c., for Lifts; Fancy Wirework for Bal- conies, to prevent children falling off, made and fixed ; and all kinds of Wirework.         R. EASTWAY, JUN. (Late Eastway Bros.)   411 GEORGE STREET. Mrs MEAD Governesses' and Tutors' Institute, 55, Hunter-street, Corner of Elizab...

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To the Editress, [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 May 1889

To the Editress, MADAM, Will yon kindly allow me space for a few remarks on the interesting article in your last issue, vi/. : - Shorthand and Typewriting as employments for women. " First to correct an error in the address of the Ladies' Typewriting Association, which is II, Lyndhurst Chambers, Elizabeth street, also to take exception to the remark that "Girls do not often become successful short hand writers, because they are not sufficiently thorough nor persistent." This, I think, is not so much the fault of the girls individually as of the svstem of education that, up to the present day, has been thought sufficient for women's intellectual training. Women do not, at present perhaps, succeeds as well as men in those pursuits where persistence of thought and thoroughness ot method are required, not because women may not be as thorough and persistent as men, but because men are trained in harder and more practical schools, therefore their thought ( habits are better developed, and...

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Humorous. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 May 1889

<- H um a PO us. "Oh, William ha- nerve. Why, he went up to the President and asked Lim for his autocrat," quoth Mrs. .Spriggins. There is nothing in the world that so thoroughly upsets a man as running over an unseen paving-stone on a bicycle. IV i ff. -Where are going, fohn ? It's getting very late." Husband.--'who lias been reading a patent-medicine almanac,) "I'm going to see a doctor, if I live to (ind one." "I am surprised, Bobby, that you should ask for more pie when yon have plenty yet on your plate ! " ''Why, that ain't pie, ma ; that's crust. What I want is pie." Chally. - "Confound that beastly dog of yours! Ile has taken a piece clean out of mytrousers." Owner.-"Tut, tut ! he was only in play. Peside.-, your trouser.- are so wide, you will never miss it. "What a wonderful painter, Reuben was 1 " remarked Merrett at the art gallery. "Yes, assented Cora. "It is said of him that he could change a laughing face into a sad one by a single stroke." "Why," spoke up l...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
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OUR ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 May 1889

WITH this issue wo pass the first white mile stone on our way. For one little year we have travelled the uncertain path of journalism. Though timorous at the outset, we gained confidence as wo journeyed. For have we not met scores ot women whose aims and hopes are like our own 'i AVomen whose thought-power, like that ol mountain streams, is of little effect alone, but which, when run into a general river of purpose, can porently aid in turning the wheel of time, to grind out a new era. For tlie sympathy and praise of our many eoiTCspondents, we are- very grateful, and to those manv friends who have spontaneously and gratuitously laboured to interest all their acquaintances in Tiu-: DAWN, we rotuHI our hearty thanks, though we know that tko ad vancement of the common c.an.»o is their aim, ami thc success of the work i~ ¡ill the recom pense uh ¡ch they desire. ¡* As Tm; DAWN ¡^ the pioneer paper of ils kind hi A us! calia, being edited, printed, and . published by women, in the intere...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 May 1889

SPECIAL NOTICE, ESTABLISHMENT OE A General Town Agency, COUNTRY RÏSÎDENTSIND'1 OTHERS. Commissions undertaken, Booms engaged. Materials Matched, Patterns sent, Friends ii: hospitals and ben evolent institutions, visited, Situations obtained, In formation on all subjects supplied, advice given. Letters written, Poetry prepared for press. Addresses furnished, Advertisements inserted and attended to. All Communications will be treated in Confidence, MODERATE CHARGES proportionate to the time employed in execution of commission. ADDRESS. "Commission'" Dawn Office, 26 [amieson Street SYDNEY. PHRENOLOGY, MRS. HAMTKLI), who has been established in Sydney over five years, gives Privaie Consultations daily at 175 Macquarie Street North. Numerous Sydney testimoniáis can be seen, attesting the value of ber examinations. THE FARMERS' DAIRY PRODUCE CO. 89 OXFORD STREET, S Y D N E Y. Butter, Eggs. Bacon, ano Poultry fredi daily, a co-operative prices. Cocked Ham 16 per lb. "E C LIPSE" Preserving ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
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The Poet's Page. LOVE. AN ANALYSIS. (Original.) [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 May 1889

?ï>t Poet s Page. LOVE. AN ANALYSIS. j (Or'ujinal. ) j A flood of tuneful and \et myriad sounds Ring in mine ear in rythmic beat, And dully now, then tiercely sing One word ot Hope, thy n;me my sweet. | A chaos of tumultuous trembling thoughts i Keign babeblike within my brain ; Above the surging din, one word is clear It is thy name-thy name again. A blinding mist doth rise before mine eyes, That seemingly with scalding teardrops fill ; These orbs that have so lately gazed on thee, And answered mine with a responsive thrill. A wild and sensuous quiv'ring holds me bound; I feel thee, see thee, shadow though thou art, To sense, though not to fancy, oh 1 my love Whom T hold captive in my heart. A soul afire. A wild and throbbing pulse ! A brain bewildered ; and a gasping breath ! Is this love ? On, stormy passions ! on ! Forever shall I love. Through life, in death. E. F. FRENCH. ¡ i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 May 1889

Oí'llZ 1.0 Life Assurance Companv. Limited. I A ]'! I AL /"2OO.OOO Il 4 ; Mi 11 LI ll 1 I 1 I g 1 1 Company arc owing, in a gc at measure. r" thc 1 ll 1 1 f 1 1 1, 111 ll \\ Mil \ i ll 1 1 ill jilli ll 1 Oiiiec. 1 luring UM year .C, 'ili/chs'" 1 I y \ 1 J \ ll, 1 1 f 1 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 May 1889

W. H. PALING AND CO-, LIMITED. Agents for the celebrated Estey Organs, remarkable for superiority of tone, workmanship & durability.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 May 1889

THE UNIVERSAL HELP COMPANY. Manager"1". Office : I.'! ROYAL A]¡( 'AOE First floor, George to Pitt Stn-et, SVDNUV. Respectfully beg to inform you thal they are prepared to undertake and periorni any and every conceivable description of work willi promptitude and efficiency. First Class tradesmen of all kinds at our command. Nothing is either too Ai/'çv or too si/m/I for our under taking. Planning aid erection of every description of Pudding, (the Manager having had 25 years' expérience in building opérai ions in Sydney). House repairing and cleaning, scrubbing, painting, paper-hanging, plumbing, gashlting, etc., eic. Houses anti land for sale. Rents collected, 1 ..netscape and Ornamental gardening, Funerals furnished etc., etc. Otlice for best machine-made bricks, abo for patent, folding Laundry Chillies Horse, and the paten; Univers al Cas Saver. 40 , off (las Pills. 1 louse furnishing, icmoving. storing, packing, carpet cleaning and laying, Cornices fixed, Curtain poles, ring-, han...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 May 1889

MISCELLANEOUS. Miss K. W. Holden is-lo give a lecture on Woman's Work," in connection with the Technical College on Monday the 6th inst, and we are glad to hear that she also contemplates delivering some lectures to women, chiefly upon diseases of children such as croop, c'.iptheria, etc. We regret that thc uncertain state of Miss Holden's health makes it difficult to fix a definite date. Easter, like Christmas, should raise feelings of charity and benevolence, and surely this cannot be better dis played than in some little help to the good Sisters of Mercy, The Little Sisters of the Poor, The Sisters of Joseph, The (iood Samaritan, those with whom help less infancy and old age, the outcast and destitute alike find shelter and provision. We have pleasure in noticing the initiation of a com pany which will supply a much needed want in Sydney and suburbs, we refer to the " I'niversal Help Company," 43 lioyal Arcade, First floor, George to Pitt Street, who undertake every description o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 May 1889

Olioice -í fieliet¡«i, IVIantlo», XTlstoi'i». FIRST SHTTMEXT fm- the AUTUMN and WINTER SEASONS. DAVID JONES AND COMPANY Respectfully intimate that they are now in receipt of their FIRST SIITPMENT'of JACKETS and .MANTLES, which comprise the following novelties: TAII.OK-MADI-: [ACKETS, perfect fining, new designs. Fancy Mixed Tweeds, ... ... .. ... ... ... 23» 6d. to 48». l'.lack Stockinette, Military trimmed ... ... ... .. ... 22s Od. to 35-, 6d. I Black A-trachan Cloth ... ... .?. ... ... - 30s od. to 45». .» Melton Cloth and Heaver Cloth in brown, olive, navy, terra cotta, and livery drabs ... 37s Od. to 67s 6d. ' Melton and Beaver Cloths, trimmed rich fur ... ... ... .. 58* 6d. to nos. Plush, brown and black. Plush, trimmed with furs, i've. Czarina and Sandringham shapes ... ... .. ... ... 98s 6-i. to 7 gns. ELEGANT MANTLES. THE "AUBER." black Fancy Cloth, trimmed fur, i've. Black Faille Silk, trimmed marabout feather, ruche braid, and ornaments Plush, Black and Brown, trimmed ruc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 May 1889

K 07 Í'KOPÍIKY Ï ra UNDERTAKERS. 6i I ls] I ] n ! .8 Kiói.o-isar, Ri.minx, and Hn.!.AXA.MIx,:-srKK|..T, Kl.l.FBKX. Resinen.., ¿5 KK-.I-.N-; - i.. ";,l,"-i1e Mnr.uary ; 1 I I I 1 Woodford, Blue Mountains, FRUIT, T\\!lnî! AAXIT 7>AM:Y PKODFOF. WOODFORD HOUSE.

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DROLL THINGS SAID BY CHILDREN. A PAIR OF CATER'S BEST GLOVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 May 1889

.#4%. DROLL THINGS SAID BY CHILDREN..^ A PAIR OF OATER'S BEST GLOVES. is offered each month lo the contributor of the best Droll Thing said by a child. Anecdotes for next month's competition to be sent in by 22nd May. The prize this month is awarded to the contributor of the first related anecdote hereunder. We shall be glad to learn the name of the claimant of this prize, the size of gloves worn, and the colour desired. Special prizes next issue. Mama fashionably dressed [ready to go out.-"Well children, how do I look?" Little Peter.-"Oh mama, you look so nice and young ! Only-just where the veil don't come." Some years since, when the interior of St. Janiîs' Church was even less ecclesiastical that it now is, a lady took her little son to an afternoon service, the child accus tomed to the open benches ol the church he usually attended, was startled at being put into a high pew, and turned pale when the lock snapped. On his return home he said, Oh 1 father, we were put into a box w...

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PRIZE COLUMN. NOTICES. BEST SPECIMEN OF HANDWRITING, [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 May 1889

PRIZE COLUMN. NOTICES. BEST SPECIMEN OF HANOWRIITNG, sent in by Girls under fourteen years old. The following are the conditions to be observed. This sentence is to be written once in large text hand. "Active usefulness ranks above passive virtue." This sentence is to be written once in ordinary small hand. " It is as much a duty to find out and obey the laws of health, as to obey the laws of morality and the laws ot citizenship, for worthy and notable actions and sane and lofty thoughts belong only to perlect health." Each competitor is to send in her full name and address, which will be published if she is successful. Each specimen must be accompanied by a signed statement made by the competitor's mother or teacher, to the effect that the writer of the copy is under 14 years. Specimens must reach us by the 22nd inst. HANDWRITING. We have forwarded the offered prize of five shillings to EDWARD E. MARSHALL, Auburn Street, Goulbourn. To any little girl sending us one subscriber, we w...

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THE HOUSEHOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 May 1889

y 1 .' Apples keep best in a cool dry place. Salt fish are soonest freshened in sour milk. To scale fish quickly, dip them first for three seconds in boiling water. Put a dish of water in the oven with the cake, to prevent it scorching. To whiten clothes, boil them with a teaspoonful ef turpentine. Strong acetic acid, applied with a pin's head to warts for a few days, will cure them. Wash white flannels in cold water, and they will neither shrink nor become yellow. To take grease from wall-paper, put four folds of blotting-paper on, and press with a good hot iron. A mixture of wood ashes, salt, and water will make a cement for cracks in the iron oven, stove or saucepans. To polish furniture, apply with flannel, equal parts boiled linseed oil and kerosene, and rub dry with another flannel. Keep a bottle equal parts linseed oil and limevvater ready for accidental burns and scalds. It is the best thing known. Gather herbs for drying «dien they are beginning to flower, dry them in the s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 May 1889

TOST & ROHU. ,í ihe l'lnladel ,11 il ll lilli O 1 s < v. Dr 1 e i i ll 1 H ] e menis m denil-i rv. io brevem me ruihiess i'via'i'"" of teelh ami roois. omi devale lile proper auemioii to h tlsed m A.mrica. I lom-, ?) t , j ;o. E. C, ELLIOTT & CO., (Late I-'. X. i 'OLLI N'S.) HOMOOPATHIC CHEMISTS .ii.)5 i i " <>;;(,, K - ll : ! , (Near Hunter Street). Established 1S511. E-.ta'oiisheil lo/>. Our medicines are all freddy prepared, and of the bes! quality. Price: 1/- per boi'tte, or y - pia- bo/cn, postage an additional ld. on each bottle. A large assortment of Domestic medicine chests, from 21,'- and upwards, also the best I bumeopailiic works always Orders from the country punctur, and carefully packed. tuted. ^ ^ 9* ^ ^ Toe " (..ahgraolt. ' is Hie fistea. I"-t. -c- i m reliable of ivpe-writeis : its lightness o! loucii o ne it pecubarlv stumble f.rr il- bc lade Australian r-ote-enbo,vc : [. K , ? \ XX I al 11 I \ 107 Eh/abelh street, Sydney...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 May 1889

THE COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE COMPANY, Ltd. MU tl ÎVÏ sii-ine Capital £"2,500,000 Accumulated Funds £2,351,707. Annual Income £"1,145,828. O'"30 Fire Claims paid in New South Wales alone since 1881. X K W S O U T fl WA L E S B O A R I), h;,'.. \KII CHISHOLM, KMJ. (lirowu & Co.) I RICHARD GRANT READING, ESQ. WM. I.Ami.I N . ESO. IW. Laidley & Co.) JOHN NKWTON, ESO. IC. Newton Bro. «i- Co.) Jo-IN Jli.NCIIci.il r, Esc.'. (A. Hinehcliff, Sun & Co.) | J. ABBOTT, Eso., M,E.A. (Goldsbrough, Mort & Co ) NEW SOUTH WALES BRANCH : Commercial Union Chambers, Hunter Street, Sydney. J. St. VINCENT WELCH, Local Secretary and Underwriter. BENCRAFT'S OATMEAL, None genuine but the Griffin Brand. It is the best, the purest, and the most whole some. Established since i860. Twelve Gold and Silver Medals. Insist on getting the real Bencrait's Oatmeal with the Griffin as Trade Mark. ARTIFICIAL TEETH.- Mr. MAKSHAM.'S City Dental Rootns. High class DEN I1STRV at Reform Fees....

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