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The Editress of "The Dawn.' [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 October 1889

The Editress of "The Damon.' DEAR MADAM, I have much pleasure in enclosing my subscription to "The Dawn" for twelve months, and while writing, beg to say that I think it a very practical and common-Sense paper, which is greatly needed in these times of uncertain sound, superficialness and shams, yours sincerely, Stanmore. A.J.B.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MANKIND'S MISTAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 October 1889

MANKIND'S MISTAKES. It is a mistake to labor when you are not in a ht con dition to do so. To think that the more a person eats the healthier he will become. To go to bed at midnight and rise at daybreak and imagine that every hour taken from sleep is an hour gained. To imagine that if a little work or exercise is good, violent or prolonged exercise is better. To conclude that the smallest room in the house is large enough to sleep in. To eat as if you only had a minute to finish a meal in, or to e?t without an appetite, or continue after it has been satisfied, merely to satisfy the taste. To take off proper clothing out of season, simply because you have become heated. To sleep exposed to a direct draught in any season. WK have received from an old friend, a parcel of temperance and reform leaflets, some of which we will reprint, and others send on to the Dawn Club-room. DR. STAMICH requests us to notify to our readers that I he has removed from Clarence street, Sydney, to Mount J ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 October 1889

J- C. HANKS & CO 4v SKI.I.INÍ; y ^S*. FINEST /X y 514 G KO KG E STREET, SYDNEY. LADIES' Type-writing Association. Manager, -Mrs. ARMITAGE. 11, Lyndhurst Chambers, Elizabeth st., Sydney Lega!, Medical, and Literary Copying-a speciality. Copyists sent out by day or hour. Typewriting anil shorthand Taught. Prier Z/V and all in fur mat i on girrn on application. THE FARMERS' DAIRY PRODUCE CO. 89 OXFORD STREET, S Y D N E Y. lintier, Kgtjs, I?ac<w, and Poultry fresh daily, co-operative prices. (Jo"ked liam 1/6 per lb. \\ B. CWIiEY § C0. UNDERTAKERS. ÓS6 II UÍKIS-STKKKT, near the Sydney Railwaystation 1 Ul <;K\T-STRKKT. Kf.UKKRx, and I'.1 : I. v .AMINü-STkl-.KT, KfcWhKN. Kvsi.h'M.--. <.;, Ri.'.KN r-s t., opi.osi'i- Mortuary Station Rein.0,0 other V i'-:.ds Respectably Furnished on Moderate Terms.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editress of" The Dawn." [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 October 1889

jDoRI^ESPON DENCE. i To the Editress of" The Dawn." CIAR MADAM, I have read with much pleasure two numbers of your interesting journal, "The Dawn," kindly sent me by a friend. I sincerely hope it may obtain the wide circula tion and appreciation it so well deserves. May the blessing of God rest upon your labours, so well calculated as they »re, to promote the moral advancement of our sex, and to awaken in the hearts of our many happy wives and sisters, that spirit of sympathy for all who are in suffering and trouble. I enclose stamps for twelve months' subscription with postage, and remain, Yours, &c, ALICE HARDING. Moira.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 October 1889

"THE DAWN" CUT-OUT PAPER PATTERNS. H-B- No- A.A. No. i. Child's Frock. Child's Pinafore. 3 TO 5 YEARS. , TO 2 YEARS. A Cut-out Pattern of either of the above pretty, garments will be sent post free for Six Penny Stamps. THE MUNRO JACKET, A thoroughly useful and stylish Jacket for girls suitable for fancy tweed, plush or velveteen, The pattern together with illustration and directions for making will be sent post free to any address -for six penny stamps. The backs of tweed or cashmere skirts and short lengths of material picked up cheap, cou i .je made into good school jackets cut after this pattern. SPECIAL OFFEE. The patterns H.B. No. 1 and A.A. No. 1, together with the pattern of the Munro Walking Jacket will be forwarded to any address on receipt of 12 penny stamps. Every and any other pattern at equally low prices, on application to Gertrude Wynn, 172% George street, Sydney, (near Circular Quay.) SHOW ROOMS 40-4 & 404 GEORGE ST., BRAY BROTHERS, BULK STORL 14 & ;...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 October 1889

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN NOTES. A meeting of Ike Women's Suffrage League wns lu-lil ni the Y.M.C.A. Kooma on Tuesday 2 Ilk ult. There was a very fair attendance. The secretary {.Mrs. Lee) reported tliat the movement was extending ina quiet way ven ias!. She had addressed a number of general meetings, and drawing-room meetings liad also been held in various districts, at which the ladies had read papers and discussed the sub ject. A number of letters were received expressing favorable opinions, among others one front Mrs. Colton, who recognised and was in favor of women's franchise. The following resolution was received from the Society of Frit lids: - "This meeting sympathises with the objects of the Women's Suffrage League in so fur as it seeks to extend the franchise to all women who have a qualification as property holders equivalent to the one required for electors for tho Legislative Council, but does not at present support the policy of extending universal suffrage to women." It was d...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 October 1889

SEWING COMPETITION. Open to All. A PRIZE OF HÄLF-A-GUINEA FOR BEST SPECIMEN OF ORNAMENTAL BAND-STITCHING, A prize of half-a-guinea is offered for the best specimen of hand-stitching done with Brook's New Machine cotton 400 yards. White stitching on black ground, or black stitching on white ground (any material). With every specimen, label of re;l from which the cottons are used, must be attached. Open one month. Address "Competition," Jonas Brooks & Bros., 89 Clarence street, Sydney, (can be obtained at A Hordern & Sons) A MOTHERS' REST. It has long been our wish to procure for tired and overworked women, some chance of a brief rest, some place where those who have very little means can get a week or two of country air and invigorating change. At present, nothing short of a dangerous accident or an absolute breakdown, can procure for the average middle class hard working woman, a respite from her eternal duties, since a holiday means to such the doubtful comfort of a...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 October 1889

A WOMAN with a doctor's degree has started in Paris as a veterinary surgeon, and has more work than she can do. MRS. FRANCES HOUOSOX BUP.XETT lias been engaged to edit the children's department for a syndicate of English and American newspapers for which she is to receive £1,600 a year. Tun daughter of the Chief Justice of the United States is to enter a law office and study for the legal profession. She has just grad uated from college. Miss MAY AYKES, of California, a girl of fourteen, won the prize offered by the San Francisco l''.;nnnine.r to the public school pupil of that city who should pass the best examina tion. The prize was a free trip to tho Paris Exposition. FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE is sixty-nine years of age and an invalid, but she has written a letter of sympathy for the Johnstown sufferers with her own hand. She seldom leaves her house nowadays, but keeps up a lively interest in all that is going on, and attends to an enormous correspondence from all parts of the world. ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 October 1889

ART DECORATIONS. Mediums, and Colon in Oil and Moist for Canvas, Silk, anil Satin Painting. Brushware. / Aspinall Enamel//Y»' Artistic Wall-papers for udoirs and Drawing-rooms. TAPESTRY AND LINCRUSTA WALTON. G, PARKIN, GENERAL MGKAYER, DIE SINKER, 4c, io Bond Street, Sydney. . Corporate, Bank and Office Seals. Cr is, or /inc Door and Window Plates.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 October 1889

The Dawn will be published on the ist j of each month, and will be forwarded to any address in Australia for 3s (payable'in ad vance) for one year, Any one willing to push THE DAWN among their friends and at the same time wishing to add to their income, should write to this office for specimen copies and informa tion as to the commission allowed on sub scriptions. All business communications- to be ad dressed to the City Office, 26 Jamieson Street, Sydney. Subscribers sending other than New South Wales stamps must add io per cent, for exchange. All articles intended for publication must be forwarded to the Editress, 26 Jamieson st. Correspondents desiring return* of their M.S.S. must forward stamps for the purpose.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Women as Compositors. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 October 1889

Women as Compositors. THE augurs smiled amongst them selves when some skilful hoax constructed for the benefit of their order, and the main tenance of their reputed sanctity, was suc cessfully imposed upon a wondering and deluded auditory, and the compositors must have grinned to one another as they heard the following read in the report issued by the Board ot Management of the N.S.YY. Typographical Association: - "It is not in the interests of humanity, that young girls or young women should be employed at an occupation fifty per cent, of whose followers die of chest and lung diseases, and whose statistical death rate stands fourth on the list of those whose trade or occupation causes them to be shortdived. lt is hoped that the public will sympathise with your Board in their efforts to put a stop to the employ ment of females at a trade which is most trying to the strongest male constitution." In the sacred name of humanity thc com positors step in to save unthinking women from sac...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Woman's Work. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 October 1889

alloman ö movk. BY MISS FRANCES G. HOLDEN. (CONCLUDED FROM LAST MONTH.) j There are several points of view which make it vivid. But, first let us define what woman's work in the home is broadly. It is to keep home healthy and attractive, und to rear up children in vigor and virtue of mind and body. These are high aims, reaching the divine heights beyond human ken. But their realisation rests upon a multitude of insignificant and lowly offices, untiringly and faithfully performed, in the light of a wotnanlv heart and an educated intelligence. And what does a vornan require for this great and sacred work of rearing her children for God and their country's service and their own honor and happiness ? ' She needs in the first place, health for her self : a vigorous bodily frame, vital with well strung nerves, cheerful temper, and well balanced mind, ready to meet and accept with calm courage the labors, the trials, the anxieties both physical and mental, which will surely fall to her lot...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Neatness in Girls. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 October 1889

Neatness in Girls. Neatness is a good thing for a girl, and if she does not learn it when she is young, she never will. It takes a good deal more neat ness to make a girl look well than it does to make a boy look passable. Not because a boy, to start with, is better looking than a girl, but his clothes are of a different sort, not so many colors in them, and people don't expect a boy to look so pretty as a girl. A girl that is not neatly dressed is called a sloven, and no one likes to look at her. Her face may be pretty, and her eyes bright ; but, if there is a spot of dirt on her cheek, and her fingers' ends are black with ink, and her shoes are not laced or buttoned up, and her apron is dirty, and her skirt is torn, she cannot be liked. If your children have any special tastes, develop them, instead of spending time and inonev in forcing them into studies that are repugnant to them. Cultivate them separ ately, anti not as if you were turning them out by machinery.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Teach your Daughters to work. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 October 1889

Teach your Daughters to work. To cultivate habits of effective and cheerful industry in our children is of the highest importance to their moral and physical well being. When I hear the remark so often repeated bj' mothers, " I want my daughters to I.now how to work and then, if they are ever obliged to, they can do so, " I am both sui prised and p>ained. To " know how to work, " as a matter of theory, is but the first step in the development of a character fitted for the highest usefulness or happiness. If we set a standard lower than this for our children's attainment, we do them and ourselves an irreparable wrong. Education is the drawing-out and unfolding of the capabilities of the child's mind and body. No amount of information imparted to him as a mere recipient of other's intellectual stores can develop his powers with harmonious propor tions. Neither can it give him the grasp of thought and the mental vigor needed to meet and master the problems of our moral and «ccial li...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Renovating Silks. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 October 1889

Renovating Silks. As this is the time when silks are being "made over" for second best, it is well to im part a hint to those who have in hand the first renovation of the fabric-that is, its cleaning when it is desired to do this part of the work at home. First, tak;e a clean, bright pan, put into it about two quarts of cold water, and into the water drop as many old kid gloves as can be produced ; three or four are sufficient, how ever. Let this come to a decided boil, and let it boil until the gloves have first shrunken to the size of a baby's hand and then softened into a pulp. Strain this ; add a little more hot water to it, also some ammonia-about a tea spoonful. Put in the silk piece by piece wash thoroughly, then rinse in a clear water in which you have put some borax and spirit of camphor. Use light gloves only for light silks, and any color when you are freshening a black one. This process was given to the writer as once a 'great secret,' whieh therefore she proclaims forth...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Marriage. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 October 1889

Marriage. GIRLS complain that men do not marry. The complaint is threadbare; it was the pet greivance of the mothers and the grandmothers of the present generation, yet a comfortable proportion of the fair complainants became mothers of families when their turn came There are few girls in Australian society who cannot marry if they choose. Only they must not reckon on starting in life where their mothers left off. If the daughter of a rich man proposes to enjoy, as a married woman, the comforts and luxuries she had in her maiden home she must take a middle-aged man for her spouse, ono who has drunk the cup of romance to the dregs, and for whom life has no illusions. She will have her carriage, and her servants, and her luxuries ; but of such a husband sho may fairly expect, some day, to be the widow. If she wants a partner in life with a heart as fresh as her own, and a capacity for savoring the sweet stillness of young love, she must take a youth whose but tons she will have to sew...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Hereditary Influences of Alcohol. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 October 1889

The Hereditary Influences of Alcohol. A lecture delivered by Jessie A. Fowler. I feel this afternoon that we have come to discuss a very important subject, one that ladies should be willing -for the benefit of the inexperienced-lo ventilate fully and freely, one that needs studying so that delicate mothers may have the courage to educate dectors who order them stimulants. Heredity is the sum of ali the ancestral forces plus life, Life is the unknown quantity, the imponderable force entering into all inheritance, God's plan for each indiv idual, the origin of which comes from the Creator and returns to him. Heredity culminates in the individual 1. -Wherever we find life we find heredity. 2. -Whatever affects life affects heredity. 3. -Wherever we (ind lile, we find either beautiful or diseased inheritance. In examining this many-sided question we must first arrange the direct influences that are brought tn bear upon heredity, and then look at some of the subsidiary influences at work...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE KINGSWOOD COOKERY BOOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 October 1889

ÏITE KINHSWOOII COOKERY BOOK. WE have received from the author II. T Wickham, tho above useful little work. It ia full ul' useful inf»rma*i«m, ami sould find a vfelcome place in every well-ordered household.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 October 1889

TWO ACRES OF LAND for SUBSCRIBERS TO "THE DAWN." » TWO ACRES OF VINE LAND In the Village of EURUNDEREE, near MUDGEE, Will be given by lot at the end of this year to Tlie Daun subscribers. All those whose subscriptions are current at that time, and ALL NEW SUBSCRIBERS REGIS TERED BEFORE THE 25th DECEMBER, will have an equal chance to win, and no one will receive any share interest, or chance except the actually paid-up annual subscribers to The Dawn. The land is of splendid quality, there being no better Tine-land in Australia. It is surrounded by vineyards in . flourishing condition, and is within 200 yards of the Public School. We make no pretence of offering this little property on benevolent or generous motives ; we wish to increase the circulation of The Dawn and offer this inducement with that object only. We trust to the inherent qualities of the Journal and the growing popularity of the principles we advocate, to retain the interest of subscribers won hy this allurement. FURT...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dish-cloths v. Dish-rags. MRS. BUSYHAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 October 1889

Dish-cloths v. Dish-rags. MRS. KUSYHAND. "î GUESS you will find a dish-rag in some J place about the sink," was the direction thc daughter of the bouse gave to the neigh bour who had come to help in the emerg ency. What she found was a black, damp rag, with the peculiar odor of many stale dish-waters clinging about it. Fever had attacked the different mem bers of this family, and the neighbour won dered if here were not the clue to its origin, as she put that dish-rag into the stove and supplied its place with a dish-cloth. One of the most difficult Rütings to teach an ordinary servant girl is to take proper care of the dish-cloths. After using they should rinse them thoroughly in clean water and perfectly dry them, in the sun in sum mer and by the stove in the winter. The ideal dish-cloth of Thc model house wife is clean, soft, white and medium-sized. Worn table-linen is excellent to make into dish-cloths. Take the worn-out napkins, or the most worn out parts of an old table clotli...

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