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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 3 August 1889

r! ,y»° Tweed School Suits, 4,n. I ; 'j--,' i: ack worsted Suits, .8 II. .\nk'>:> r Suits. Sailor Suits, | ri ', < lits, and every des- I ci ¡,;i i o, crt Hoys' ami Youth's Outfitting : .'..?...??"?-".'---- I I GOWING BROS. ! MEN'S MERCERS, HATTERS, OUTFITTERS, ! AND j JUVENILE CLOTHIERS, 498 & 500 GEORGE STREET. : ('pposiie space lately occupied bij Central Police Court. ) TRADE SYSTEM.- All Goods marked in plain figures, [ and sold for cash only. I Hoys' Cape Overcoat, 5/11. extra quality, 8/11. Black worsted Overcoat, with Cape, 12/6. Juvenile Clothing not to be equalled in Sydney, for fit, style, and price. What Typhoid is, and How to Cure lt. FRANCES <;. HOLDEN. '///A/; lue/,/, Invaluable." l'ru:o I - Ry Post 1/2 TC RN ER ,Y HENDERSON, Hunter Street, Sydney. ¿pccial CUr nie an J li rvous Affections in Women Dr. ALEX. PATERSON, A.:.!., M.J»., I-.K.C.S., &c. Ml KLIZA15KTH STEKKT, Hyde Park, S V D N E Y. Consultation hy letler £l. 1 lour...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Society Women. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 3 August 1889

Society Women. The woman of society on whom society's de mands are so exacting that she hus no time to spend with her children, dut must delegate the cares of a home to a hired housekeeper, misses the keenest pleasures of motherhood and woman hood. The tortures of ennui from which the wealthy and frivolous woman of the world so often suffers are unknown to the liusy housewife. The little every-day sacrifices which the woman in a commonplace position must make, render the ob ject of them doubly valuable when it is obtained, livery hour of the busy woman's day is filled in with little domestic cares, each one of which brings its own blessings, and it is the finding out . and recognition of these blessings of every-day life that briigs the sincerest nippiness the world affords. Linie children should be taught above all things to enjoy the pleasures that lie around them rather than reach toward those which are beyond them. It is a fault of the country forever to neglect the present poss...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 3 August 1889

LADIES' .Type-writing Association. Manager,-Mrs, ARMITAGE. ll, Lyndhurst Chambers, Elizabeth st., Sydney Legal, Medical, and Literary Copying-a speciality. Copyists sent out by day or hour. Typewriting and hhortliand Taught. Prier lint <nid all information ¡/iiwn on <tj/pUc'ition. THE FARMERS' DAIRY PRODUCE CO. 89 OXFORD STREET, SYD N E Y. Butler, linsîN Lacon, aim Poultry (resit «lui! cooperative prices. Co kt cl Hun 1:6 per ll) J- C. HANKS & CO FAMOUS rou SELLING Filter ^ 5 M G KO RC. E bTRKKT. SYDNEY. Woodford, Blue Mountains, English Comforts and Australian Scenery. FRUIT, FARM, AND DAIRY PRODUCE. WOODFORD HOUSE. cfi^^iiMMeN^ § oe. HIGH AKT PHOï'OG RA PURKS, Ii Y AI'POIN TMKNT TO His Excellency, LORD CARRINGTON. STUDIO: GUOSYENOK GALLERIES ROYAL ARCADE. SYDNEY. PHRENOLOGY, MRS. HADI IKI I>. «ho has u-en established i't Sydn«'y "ver five yeats, HIMS I'rivate Consultations daily al 175 Mac(]iloie street North. Numerous Sj .'ney tc stiuionials an he...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Remedies for Ugly Girls. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 3 August 1889

Remedies for Ugly Girls. A New York newspaper lately contained an account of a young girl in that city who, in attempting to give to her hair, which was of a dull hue, a golden lustre, burned the flesh of I er head with a powerful acid, and injured her sight for life. Another young woman in New Or eans, following the directions of some Society paper, in endeavouring to remove the moles upon her face, poisoned the flesh and died in great agony. The use of certain hair dyes, containing lead, in many instances has brought on af fections of the brain. A well-known American writer attributes an obstinate attack of typhoid-fever, which left her an invalid for years, to her use of a popular Anti-fat system of diet and violent exercise. She lost sixty pounds of flesh in a few weeks, but the sudden weakening of the tissues rendered her susceptible to the poison of typhoid, and unable to resist it. How rr any of the girls have pored eagerly over the "remedies," prescribed by unscrup ulous wri...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cause and cure of Domestic Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 3 August 1889

Cause and cure of Domestic Trouble. The general assumption that men should have full control of the family finances, denying a wife, command or potential power in the management of the money or property she helps to earn, causes two-thirds of all domestic trouble. A man may gamble, or drink, or mismanage his business, and thereby reduce his family to want, but his wife is without redress. A bright young woman, well educated and happy as a bird in the freedom of her lovely girlhood, said a lew days ago, after reading of the condition of women in the past; " If I had-lived in those days, I would not have married. " " Ah : my dear child, you know nothing about the limited sphere of women, " her mother replied. " If you had lived then voa would have been taught t> it there "was nothing else for you to do,'-no other lile work^ipen to you, and that a stigma attach ed to nie name ol " old maid. " Frances Power Cobbe says: " When we siudy-ethe laws of the past, in relation to men'and wom...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GIRLS AS HOUSEKEEPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 3 August 1889

GIRLS AS HOUSEKEEPERS. As girls pass into their teens some sensible mothers give each daughter the full care of the housekeeping for a week at a time, of course guided by their mother's supervision and judgment as to the marketing and expen diture. This is an excellent arrangement, ¡md one of the most important items in their education. There is no greater mistake than feeling that domestic labour \»hen necessary, or tile knowledge of it in all positions, must be incompatible with the highest degree of moral culture and refinement. No women stand so high in position or elegant accom plishments as those who honor themselves and their husbands by a thorough knowledge and oversight of all domestic duties. No one can hope to hire those who will bring the best taste, the nicest attention to order, neatness, and economy in little things, into the kitchen, together with a correct knowledge of preparing the simplest meal in a beautiful and attra' tiue manner ; and yet all these united have ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Woman's Work. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 3 August 1889

.N ill* .ti iii* J" [The following admirable essay, written by Mis» France« Gillam Holden, deservedly won the silver medal at the late Exhibition of Women's Industries. It ts worthy of careful perusal by women of every class and grade in society, being full of useful hints and valuable advice. - ED. T AND C. J.] The nobler born the maiden, the more bound My father to be sweet anil serviceable. one of the works of that great moralist and noble writer, George Eliot, there is a graphic expression of opinion which touches so directly and diagnoses with such happy skill the weak point in woman's work everywhere-a weak point which is working lamentable evil all through social and domestic life-that the words justify emphatic insistence, and need to be deeply pondered in these days of higher education and enlarged spheres of endeavor". For there is danger that women, in escaping the r ock Scylla of undeveloped minds, dormant talen ts, and monotonous lives, should be fat ally 1 ost in the w...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Economy. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 3 August 1889

Economy. Webster defines economy as the " managing of domestic affairs ; thrifty and frugal house keeping ; " but Webster lived some years ago; meanwhile economy has advanced to the dignity of an art. albeit an often misused and much abused art, poorly understood and stdl less appreciated. Still the art of economy proceeds to fulfil her mission with conscientious industry, notwithstanding her unpopularity. She hovers about ten thousand firesides, and daily performs the humble duties of a faithful hand-maid to that comfortable home goddess, Common Sense. In this relation, economy does not necessarily mean poverty, a going without, or everything that is chenp and poor-lean joints of mutton, beef cut from the neighborhood of the hoof and horns, woollen goods with a cotton warp, garments faded, turned and darned-a dreary, endless getting along somehow. In her companionship with common sense, economy means comfort, sometimes ease, often plenty - perchance happiness - a generous return on...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEW BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 3 August 1889

NEW BOOKS. THE fast increasing numbers of colonial editions of popular English novels attest the growing demand for light reading of a good standard and the latest volumes of colonial re-prints which we have now to review, show no decline from the high level hitherto maintained. Of the three most recent novels issued by Messrs Edwards Dunlop and Co., the best is "MISS BRETHERTON," by MRS. HUMPHREY WARD, author of Robert Elsmere. This is hardly " a novel " jndged by the canons set up by the old masters ol English fiction; it claims no charm from skilful intricacy of plot or startling vivid ness of incident or studied development of character ; it is merely a beautifully wrought sketch of life and love in the intellectual, artistic and theatrical circles of London. Miss Bretherton the actress, and her critic and finally her lover, Kendal, are the central figures, and they succeed in exciting a close interest in their fortunes without the contrast of the usual villain, and without the ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A DEAR EXPERIENCE. Chap. V. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 September 1889

By S. Isadore Miner. Chap. V. "Nothing that we know of," Miss Helena replied. " i loth nurse and myself were almost entire strangers to her, as well as to each other ; but she seemed to take to me well enough when her father was here." "Oh ! father is away and you are strangers ! Well, that is just it, you can depend upon it. You can do nothing but be kind to her. and let her shyness wear off. lint it is quite remarkable, really, for one so young to show such evident attachment to any person except the mother." Then Miss Helena thought of the way that the baby always watched the door now, as if momentiarly ex pecting some much-longed-for person to enter, and her many visible disappointments followed by a prolonged wail. Much soothed by the doctor's advice, Miss Parkinson ordered baby's crib into her room, and seated before a cheerful blaze of John's open-grate coal, she divided her time between playing with the disconsolate infant, crocheting and reading the papers. For the latter, ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 September 1889

THE COMMERCIAL ONION ASSURANCE COMPANY, Ltd. fire ïintl -Marine Capital £2,500,000. Accumulated Funds £2,351,707. Annual Income £1,145,838. 530 Fire Claims paid in New South Wales alone since 1881. NEW SOUTH WALES BOARD. EDWARD CHISHOLM, ESQ. (Brown & Co.) I RICHARD GRANT READING, ESQ. WM. LAIDLKY, ESQ. (W. Laidley & Co.) JOHN NEWTON, ESQ. (C. Newton Bro. & Co.) JOHN HINCHCLIFF, ESQ. (A. HinchclifT, Son & Co.) | J. ABBOTT, ESQ., M.L.A. (Goldsbrough, Mort ft Co ) NEW SOUTH WALES «RANCH : Commercial Union Chambers, Hunter Street, Sydney. T. st vwruKT WKT.C.H. ^.»br« 9n,i ir"d..r«r,-»«-. 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 Bencralt's Oatmeal with the Griffin as Trade Mark. ARTIFICIAL TEETH.- Mr. MARSHALL'S City Dental Rooms. High class DENTISTRY at Reform Fees. Complete Sets of Teeth on Vulcanite ¿$ ; ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS and NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 September 1889

Miss LAUHA WHITE, nf Kentucky, took the honors in architecture at the Michigan University in il lias now gone to Paris to complete her studies. '.' HI;rn-; Lidies who have recently taken the platform in Knglaml are Mrs. Fry, the wife of an M.l'., Mrs. Spence Watson, and Mrs. Dale, the daughter of Sir Frederick Millbank. Mus. J OLIA WA KD HOWB received many beautiful gilts on her seventieth birthday (May 27,) and the [tapers have devoted much space to well-diserved tributes to her life and work. MAKGAKET LADY SANDHURST presided at the last meeting of the Ealing Women's Liberal Association. She said that she wished women to look on polities as the outcome of their highest morality. WOMEN AT THE BARCELONA EXHIBITION. Five French lady artists have won Medals at this Exhibition, ono gaining a first medal. Two other ladies have received honourable mention for their figure and flower painting. MLLE. MARIE DERAISME, who promoted and drafted the Bill to grant business women the right to vote...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Luxury of a Rose Jar. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 September 1889

The Luxury of a Rose Jar. A delightful perfume for halls and parlors i:i dwelling houses or hotels can he easily procure.I at this season of the year, and it is such a pure yet delicious odour that, it charms everyone. It is simply a rose jar, which should be opened for about one hour every morning, and then careful Iv closed. A writer in one of our English contemp oraries describes the best method for storkim.' the jar, and in doing it suggests the preparation of the rose stock shovld be detailed to the care taking member of the family, who never forgets anything. Gather the rose petals in the morning, let th m stand ina cool place, toss them up lightly for one hour to dry ; then put them in layers, with salt sprinkled over each layer, in a large covered dish ; a glass butter dish is a convenient receptacle. You can add to this for several mornings, till you have enough stock, from one pint to a quart, according to the size of the jar ; stir every morr.itig, and let the whole stand...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS & NOTES. CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 September 1889

NEWS & NOTES. CONTINUED. Miss LOUISA MCLAUGHLIN, of Cincinnati, was the founder of the Rockwood Pottery, and the discoveries made by her in glazing «'ere first adopted there. She is President of the Cincinnati Pottery Club, which has twenty members, all women. Some are professional decorators, Miss Laura Fry being the best known ; others are prominent society women. MK». EMMA J. PREBLR, of Gardiner, Me. upon the death of her husband, seven years ago, assumed the management of his business-that of a marble and granite cutter-and her trade has steadily increased ever since. She now has in her employ eight men on marble and gran ite work. She employs no agents, but gives her personal attention to the business. THE following foreign lady artists have been awarded second-class medals at the Paris Ex hibition:-Mme. Roman (Italy), Mlle. Schwartz (Low Countries), Mlle. Anker (Denmark). Among Trench women similarly distinguished are Mlle. Lareviere, Mlle. Lefort, Mme. Louveau-Rouveyr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 September 1889

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

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Essay on Home. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 September 1889

Essay on Home. IIo-MK should be, and is very often, a place whero we can folget our outside cares and worries ; where the various members of a lamil y 1 icing bound together by the cord of love, eau sympathise with, and help each other; where each one thinks of the other, and forgets j sell: in planning for the general good, where even the restraint exercised is so tempered with love, that it is sufficient without nianing tho happiness of the family, to lead its members to act sensibly, and yet get as much enjoyment oui ol' tile, lt is a place where we can lie natural, no need to pretend a gaiety that we do not feel, or to smile when tears are very near, because oar loved ones can always see when we are in trouble, even though we may try to hide it and by their quiet sympathy take llie bitter sting out of sorrow. Then if we are successful in any undertaking, who are so glad tts those at home V And what congrat ulations are sweeter than those from the home circle ? Yes, it is our own...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Woman's Work. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 September 1889

Wlomaiiö moi h. ' [The following admirable essay, written hy Mis« . Frances Gillam Holden, deservedly won the silver medal at the late Exhibition of Women's industries. It is worthy of careful perusal hy women of every class and grade in society, being full of uselul hints and valuable advice.-En. T. AND C. J.] (Continued from last month.) The nobler born the maiden, the more bound My father to be sweet and serviceable. First and foremost, then, in these days of aspiring womanhood, and varied spheres of usefulness opening and extending on every side (and well occupied, I am proud to say), I should have every woman remember that no sphere is more important than home ; no duties more honorable than domestic duties; that only as her other labors work for the ultimate peace, purity, and broad elevation of home life, are they truly useful, or is she doing a truly noble work in them. And here it may be said that the writer is no opponent or lukewarm advocate of woman's higher education, b...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 September 1889

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. An effort of a mont commendable kind is being made in the British parliament to improve the legal position of widows in the care of hus bands dying intestate. At present, both in Britain and in Australia, the widow of au in testate only takes one third over when there areno relatives nearer than uncles and aunts, that the widow should become heir at the law to the whole estate and should not be deprived of anything by distant relatives. Fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters, children, and grand-children and probably grand-parents would still take anything from the widow. It is further proposed that in eases ot other than when children are left, the widow should inherit £500, whether or no, and that of all above that she should inherit one half. THERE is au inherent justice in the above ideas which should commend them to the lovers of justice. The law should be much more tender and considerate for the widow than it has been. The psalms are full of kindness to the widow...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A new Method with Pansies. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 September 1889

A new Method with Pansies. Last season I tried growing pansies in a new manuel, ut least it was new to me. We sowed a l»rge quantity of seed quite early, but the drought caine on before the plants had attained much i-ize, and all through the summer they just managed to live ami that was all; indeed, they would have died long before fall came with the long deferred rains had we not watered them daily. But the water we applied did not seem to produce the same results that follow the application of moisture in a natural manner, and the young plants stood still. But when it heyan to get cooler, and an occasional ! rain came, the plants began to grow. I wonder. j ed what effect pinching back would have on them. ! They were inclined to make a growth of one ! or two branches only when they got started. So I went to work and pinched od the ends of all of them. This induced other branches to start, j «nd these were pinched off when they had grown ' a few inches. In this way I had some compac...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 2 September 1889

LADIES' Type-writing Association. Manager, -Mrs. ARM 1TGE. \\, Lyndhurst Chambers, Elizabeth st., Sydney Legal, Medical, and Literary Copying-a speciality. Copyists sent ont hy day or hour. Typewriting and shorthand Taught. Price li fund nil information giren on application. THE FARMERS' DAIRY PRODUCE CO. 89 OXFORD STREET, SYDNEY. Butter, riggs, Hion, ail I'oiltrv ir .h li!/, co-operative prices. Co 'k- I Iii n ['6 ;>er ll> J- C. HANKS & CO. FAMOUS FOR SELLING FINEST 514 Gi-OKGE STKKI T, SYDNEY. Woodford, Blue Mountains. English Comforts and Australian Scenery. FRUIT, FARM, AND DAIRY PRODUCE WOODFORD HOUSE. cp/i^LJíjaepi § ce. HIGH A HT I'HOTOGnAPHBhS. HY APPOINTMENT TO His Excellency, LORD CARRINGTON. STUDIO: GROSVENOR GALLERIES ROYAL ARCADE. SYDNEY. PHRENOLOGY, MRS. HADFIELD, who has been established in Sydney over five years, ¡jives Private Consultations daily at 175 Macquarie Street North. Numerous Sy»'ney testimonials can he seen, attesting the value of her examin...

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