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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 November 1889

"Cïje Caltgraplj" TRIUMPHANT. First award at the Melbourne Centennial Exhibition, 1888 The following testimonial has been written by Mrs. Armitage, the manager of the Ladies' Typewriting Association, II, LYNDHURST CHAMBERS, ELIZABETH ST. A Cal.graph operator K/IO won the medals for finished work and best work, before the Judges at the Women's Industrial Exhibition. Dear Sir,-It gives me great pleasure to testify to the many merits ol the Caligraph Type-writer with regard to durability and reliability. I have had a No. 2 Machine tm which I write this letter, and which I bought Irom you on my arrival in Australia, in constant use for the last 18 months, and it has borne the strain of an enor mous quantity of wo^k, without giving any trouble. I h:ive also had experience with a number of these instru ments, both here and in England, and have always found them eminently satisfactory, both to myself and also to those who became purchasers through me. I am not at all surprised to hear that...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MUSCULAR DEVELOPMENT OF GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 November 1889

JM^CaLW DEYEIi0PJáEp* 0F ßl^Iig. JTf_HE need of good muscular development for girls has -*. been strangely overlooked. The healthy girls are the ones who have strong limbs, vigorous bodies and good lungs. The girls who have been reared in the country, whert they were required to labor as they were able, from youth up, are the most perfect specimens of health gener ally, although not all the country girls are healthy ; orr the contrary, many of them are puny, sickly-looking beings. Some of the city girls who have been reared with special care to secure muscular development are . strong and healthy. The muscular development of the girls is not nearly as good as that of the boys ; neither is their health as good. As a matter of fact, it will be found that the degree of health, as a rule, will correspond to the degree of muscular development. Not that none who are well developed physically, are sick, but that , there is far lens ill-health among those who have brought their muscular sys...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DO NOT CRITICISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 November 1889

DO NOT CRITICISE. Whatever you do, never sst up for a critic. We don't mean a newspaper one, but in private life, in the domestic circle, in society. It will not do any one any good, and it will do you harm-if you mind being called dis agreeable. If you don't like any one's nose, or ob j <? ct to any one's 'chin, don't put your feelings into words. If any one's manners don't please you, remember your own. People are not made to suit one taste ; recollect that. Take things as you find them, unless you ' can alter them Even a dinner, after it is swallowed, can't be made any better. Continual fault-finding, continual criticism of the conduct of this one, the dress of the other, and the opinions of t'other, will make home the unhappiest place under the sun. If you are never pleased with any one, no one will ever be pleased with you. And if it is known you are Hard to suit, few will take pains to suit you.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 November 1889

THE COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE COMPANY, Ltd. l^ire anti,. 31 urine Capital £2,500,000 Accumulated Funds £2.351,707. Annual Income £1,145,828. 530 F're Claims pftid in New South Wales alone since 1881. NEW SOUTII WALKS BOARD. EDWARD CHISHOLM, Esg. (Brown & Co.) I RICHARD GRANT READING, ESQ. W*. LAIDLEY, ESQ. (W. Laidley & Co.). JOHN NEWTON, ESQ. (C. Newton Bro. & Co.) JOH* HINCHCLIFF, ESQ. (A. Hinchcliff, Son & Co.) | J. 'ABBOTT, ESQ., M.L.A. (Goldslrrough, 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 bt#t, the purest, and the most whole some. Established since i860. Twelve Gold and Silver Medals. Insist on getting the real Bencraft s Oatmeal with the Griffin M Trade Mark. ARTIFICIAL TEETH.- Mr. MARSHALL'S City Dental Rooms. High class DENTISTRY at Reform Fees. Complete Sets of Teeth on V...

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

A GOOD BED. APART from tho=e conceded requisites, a good conscience and good digestion, lhere is another indispensible necessity to all who covet sleep, and who have passed the hey-dav of youth and the houyant health which youth claims as its peculiar dower, and that, need we say? is a good bed, When we remember that the one elixir of life, daily repeated, and constantly efficacious in its beneficent results on brain and nerves, and with in reach of the poorest as of the richest free as air, sunshine, and waler, is a good night's rest, it is strange that we take so little thought about the means of getting it. Housewives defer for vears the purchase of a hair .mattress, sleeping or half-sleeping on knobby and protuberant beds of straw, corn husks, or excelsior, or smothering and tossing on feathers, which rise shout their wearied bodies in waves of smouldering fire, while money is spent lavishly for gowns, trinkets, and super fluous table luxuries. True, the first cost of a mattrass...

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

j SLEEP. "Nature's sweet restorer, "balmy sleep." "Tf ho sleepeth, he doeth well," Numerous passages like these can be quoted, both from inspired and uninspired writings, on the im portance of good, sound sleep. Eight hours of healthful sloop, each night, are necessary for all ordinary mortals. A few exceptional cases, such as that of Alexander Yon Humboldt, may be quoted, when* indivi duals slept only four hours, and lived to the age of ninety. Hundreds of examples of men, great and useful as Humboldt, can be adduced, who' tried to cheat nature out of its required rest, reducing their hours for sleep to the min imum, and, thereby unquestionably shorten their lives by many years. Sleep is the best medicine, the surest restorative, worth more than all the nostrums, specifics, and curatives, allopathic and homeopathic. Earl}' rising is positively injurious to health, unless it is preceded by early retiring. Retire at nine and rise at five, or retire at ten and rise at six. This gives ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOW TO BE BEAUTIFUL. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 November 1889

HOW Tp BE BEAUTIF UL. I WHAT woman is there who does not wish to he beautiful ? and whet woman is there but who can, if she knows how, improve her personal appearance ? It surely is no sin to wish to be beautiful, for the natural world is full of beautiful things. "We might have received everything necessary for our comfort, and not a flower or bird at all, and so we might go through this world slip shod and careless, with hair unkempt and a frown on our face, and yet give just as much in charity : perhaps our chances of heaven would be just as good, but it is not the proper way to live after all. We have plenty of ex hilarating sunshine out of doors, and why not take the sunshine into our homes ? There is no woman, I do not care how poor she may be, who cannot do something to improve her personal appearance. -She can, if nothing more, arrange her hair in the most becoming manner, and put on a smile .; these cost nothing and are refreshing, both to her and to others. Good health, an...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DR. BARNARDO'S HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 November 1889

DR. BARNARDO'S HOME, Dr. T. J. Barnardo, who, for over twenty years, has been living a life of entire self-sacrifice snd severe labour in devotion to the poor ot London, particularly the destitute children, is a', present in danger of imprison ment or heavy fine for not returning otic of these waif, to an abandoned mother (who had previously given over her child to him) and a dissolute step-father. This ' rescue of children, more especially girls, from influences certain to lead to a life, of crime and degradation is a work which must appeal to every true woman's heart. Dr. Barnardo asks for aid in support of his family of 3,000 children. The smallest subscriptions gladly received and acknowledged by MisB A". C. Holden, Penshurst, Upper Paterson,

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

^AILORESSES JJNION. - . I A committee of the Trades' and Labour Council at a meeting held in the Trades' Hall, on the 9th ult., discussed the proposal to help the tailoresses to organize, and the committee decided to ask the Melbourne society for a copy of their log and rules. When these are obtained it' is proposed to call a mass meeting of the trade to carry out the scheme, and we sincerely hope the effort to form the union may be successful. Success will depend greatly on the energy of the women, for it is nothing, but their lack of enthusiasm which has left woman labour so long a prey to sweaters and taskmasters. Some girls regard work merely as a temporary occupation keeping them employed till the expected opportunity for marriage occurs, and * the rate of wages is to them comparatively unimportant, but anyone of unselfish and just feelings must see that hundreds look to similar work as their only means of subsistence and unless fair wages aro maintained by the co operation of ...

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

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. AT the annual meeting at the Baptist Association at South Australia, held in Adelaide in October, with only five votes against it, a resolution was carried on the motive of Mr. Geo. Fowler in iavor of giving the suffrage to all women who are over 25 and have the qualifications required in the election of a member of Parliament. The annual meetings of the Assembly of the Congregnational Union were held in the Guild Hall of Stowe Church, Adelaide, in October. During their course tiie Rev. J. C. KIRBY moved-" l'hat this meeting sympat hises with the Women's Suffrage League in its efforts to secure the national franchise for women." He considered that if a woman was regarded as good enough to take part in the affairs of the Church she should also be thought good enough to share in the control of secular affairs. ( " Too good. " ) He asked why they were so teri ibly afraid of their mothers and their wives as to be unwilling to grant them this privilege If they were accor...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CURE FOR FAULT FINDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 November 1889

CURE FOR FAULT FINDING. "WHIM pages have been -written in condem nation of the fault finder, too little is generally said of.the causes that bring too often into existence such an unpleasant and thoroughly reprehensible failing. The fault finding woman is an exceedingly disagreeab'e person, but she is often less to be condemned than, the persons around her who, she has learned from experience, will shirk every responsibility and duty to which they are not goaded. This goading gradually becomes a habit, and the innocent and guilty too often suffer from the effect of the jaded temper of a 'nervous, over-worked woman. There are scolds who have no possible excuse for their peevishness, who neither worl< with hand nor brain, and occupy their time chiefly in fretting, but these are exceptions. The fault finding woman usually is a Tiard working woman among drones, and naturally feels the injustice of her position. The persons who have become accustomed to see her do the drudgery...

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

. Tailoresses' Meeting. The preceding paragraphs were written and in typ» a fortnight ago but a meeting of tailoresses having been held on monday the 28th ulto., we are able to record the latest step towards the accomplishment of the uni m. The meeting was held at the Temperance Hall, Pitt Street, and _ about 30 tailoresses were present ; the . president of the Trades' and Laboui Council took the chair and many othet officers of that body occupied the platform and spoke during the evening on the subject of the meeting. A president and secretary pro. tem. were appointed for the new union and most of the women present gave in their names as members. So far so good ; the union which was long ago suggested and which we have for sometime in many ways endeavoured to promote is now in a fair way towards firm . establishment. The membership list though small is very encouraging for a start and doubt less it will soon expand to the dimensions of strength. The success of the principle-which i...

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

xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xx xx x "Cabman? Do you know x Hordern's " "Yes, Mum, Its in Pitt St !' I tisas wellt o kno was athingli kelyto Ben Ifity out Hat xHORDERNS in PITT STREET,X X . X X Ha! ves omem lill onsof prêt x X tybo otsands hoes fors ALE ! X X X Whether you solve the above or not. call at X 211 PITT STREET. X XX XX X XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX "Tg\R. A. BENNETT, 135 Macquarie St., North Late Assistant Demonstrator of the Philadel phia Dental College, and Hospital of Oral Surgery. Dr. Bennett proposes to introduce the latest improve ments in dentistry, to prevent the ruthless extraction of teeth and toots, and devote the proper attention to saving them ; to restore to usefulness, decayed teeth and roots ; to permanently fix artistic artificial teeth (without plates when practicable) as regularly prac tised in America. Hours, 9 t i 4.30. J- C. HANKS & CO. FAMOUS FOR SELLING FINEST 514 GKORGE STRICT, SYDNEY. TOST Ä ROHU, Taxidermist«, Furriers, Tanners, and Island Cu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 November 1889

Boys' Tweed School Suits, 4/11. Boys' Black worsted Suits, 8/n. Knicker Suits, Sailor Suits, ¿ton Suits, and every des cription of Boys' and Youth's Outfitting GOWING BROS. MEN'S MERCERS, HATTERS, OUTFITTERS, AND JUVENILE CLOTHIERS, 498 & 500 GEORGE STREET. (opposite space lately occupied by Central Police Court. ) TRADE SYSTEM.- AU Goods marked in plain figures, and sold for cash only. Boys' 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. j Life Assurance Company, Limited. CAPITAL, ;£200,OCO. HEAD OFFICE:-47 CASTLEREAOH-ST., SYDNEY. Branches d Agencies throughout thc Colonies. The wonderful progress and great achievements of this Company are owing, in a great measure, to the punctu al manner in which many hundreds of claims have been paid, the convenient arrangements made for receiving payment of premiums, and the liberal nature of all Pol icies issued by the Company...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 November 1889

THE DAWN Garibaldi Shirt. PAPER PATTERNS. Child's Pinafore. I TO 2 YEARS. Misses' Blouse. Norfolk Jacket^4 ^ The Jacket. A Cut out pattern of either of any of the above will be se it post free for Six Penny Stamps. Every and any other pattern at equally low prices, on application to Gertrude Wynn, 172¿ George street, Sydney, (near Circular Quay.)

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 November 1889

ART DECORATIONS. Mediums, and Colours /Q'/ in Oil and Moist // for /%. / Canvas, Silk, and Satin /. Painting. / Artists "- XV/ Depot Brushware. /^/32o George-st. Aspinall Enamel / m vilu_ for / C$ / Ladies' /<5> / _ fancy /fyy WOrk' Artistic Wall-papers /Çy for / *\/ Boudoirsand Drawing-rooms. TAPESTRY AND LINCRUSTA WALTON. G. PARKIN, GENERAL ENGRAYER, DIE SINKER, ¿c., io Bond Street, Sydney. Corporate, Bank and Office Seals. Brass or 7.inc Door and Window Plates.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOMEN'S WORK AT THE ART SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 November 1889

WOMEN'S WORK AT THE ART SOCIETY.   No less than eleven lady artists were represented   at the Spring exhibition held by the Art Society,   and as usual, the subjects selected were largely   floral. No doubt it is best to do what can be done   with the happiest result, yet we should ¡ike to see women attempting subjects which can better fulfil the function of art in appealing to our finer sensibilities, and stimulating our imaginative and poetical faculties. Mrs. Stoddard has attempted an ambitious subject on a comparatively large canvas in ''The Lorelei." There is more of skill than imagination in the treatment. It is a model of painstaking workmanship. Miss Catherine Devine exhibits half-a-dozen portraits ranging from life size to miniature, all of which are ex amples of highly-finished work. We confess to liking her ''Helotage" best of them all. Madame Roth continues to devote herself to decorative work, and all her ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE LADY FIREMEN IN PARIS. FROM THE ENGLISHWOMAN'S REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 December 1889

IsflM FIREMEN IN VJWfr FROM THE ENGLISHWOMAN'S REVIKW. It has long been known that Girton College ho ists its drilled fire bridage of girl graduates. There is also a ladies' brigade at the Royal Holloway College, Egham, organised by Mr. Merryweather, well drilled and admirably maintained. At St. Michael's Mount. Mara zion, Lord St. Levan's Cornish seat, a new fire-engine was inaugurated, when it was "manned" by a brigatde of twenty-six young ladies, who delighted he beholders by their admirable drill and the celerity with which they brought the engine into play The repre sentative body of British .' firemen " who are now being feb il in Paris include a detachment of well-drilled and prettily uniformeo young ladies. The lady members of the Fire Brigade in Paris, who are the lions of the hour, are young English girls-the Misses Mortimer, Nicholls, Bessel, Pritchard, and Jeffs-who have accompanied the delegates of the English Fire Brigades. 'I hey are all Londoners. I had this evening,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 December 1889

Childs Pinafore. Caribaldi Shirt. Child's Frock. Childs Apron. Penw Stamr!« Pa"#rn °' 3"y of ,he above "wi" be sent P°st free for Six

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 December 1889

PALING AND CO». 356 GEORGE-SI". SYDNEY. The Leading House or Pianos, Organs, Music. High class Pianos by Steinway and Sons, Erard & Co. Uebel and Lechleiter, Kenrich, and others. Easy Time Payments.

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