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THE DAWN. (Selected.) [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 May 1889
THE DAWN. j (Selected.) j Work, work, oh ! sisters, work with hope, The night is speeding past ; The dawn is on the mountain slope, ! Old tyrannies are fast j Gliding away to darksome dens, 'mong moral morass, bogs and fens, And you and I will come to stand With freedom's lever in our hand ; And from her loftier vantage-ground, Instinct with light and truth profound, Hurl her white lance at human wrong, Nor heed the siren or the song, Till might imperial in the past, Shall yield to human right at last. ANNA M. WORDEN. |
CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editress of "The Dawn." [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 May 1889
CORRESPONDENCE. To the F.ditress of "The Dawn," A lady put into my hand a copy of your neat paper, THE DAWN, and I should like to see it circulated into every lady's home in the colony. I quite approve of the ladies helping themselves, their voices, both in the cause of politics and religion, are greatly wanted ; also the Temperence cause suffers through the want of ladies boldly taking up the question, something after the line of Mrs. Leoit. My idea is, that women ought, and could, do more than men in this great question, because a woman has a fearful lot with a drunken husband. It is true some are quiet, and sensible of their shameful con dition, but this, though not so bad, makes a sad home for a woman. And then think of her anxiety, her wait ing and watching for his return, those long long silent hours of the night ; her domestic duties are done, she is occupied wtth her needle, and expects and fears his return. Oh, how sad it is to think of those lonely hours, and the learful f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 May 1889
GOWING BROS., MUX'S MUKUURS. HATTERS, OUTFITTERS, AND JUVENILE CLOTHIERS, 498 and 500 George Street, Opposite space lately occupied by Central Police Court, d' KAI)M SVSTKM : All "nods marked in plain figures, ami sold (or Cash Only. Boys1 Tweed School Suits, 411 I toys- Black Worsted Suits, 8/11. Knicker Suits, Sailor Suits, Piton Suits,. ri il every description of Boys' and Youths' Outfitting. Boys' Cape Overcoat. 511. I »itt« » Ditto Kxtra &lt;|ualitv, Sn. 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. PRANCES (;. HOMlKX . "/ht,/. !."r"I, /..T.tfov/./r '' Price I - Hy l'i»t I 2 TURNER & HENDERSON, Hunte. Street. Sydney. RESPECTAI',!.E WOMEN, «i>)^ t-. tnWt their ineoine. may obtain Ii&lt;rlit and remunerativ employment on application at the oJliee -d'this naper Special Chronic and Nervous Affections in Women. Dr. ALEX. PATERSON, A. M . M. I>., KR.C...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 May 1889
"ihn Amy wy* -h- foc!&lt; wei!, ai-»! h-r .-..eeks ar.: ns ro-y,- R«v ! timi«, that's just like a man. Anything that's rn 1 ii healthy. Scarlet lever must >,.. a very desir able'H-ease. wit!] them. Rosy, indeed ! i 'on,ump! ives are ' ¡uite addicted to rosy cheeks; and 'h&lt;-r« are more than you, George, that can't tel! the din'erence bc-ween a hectic blush and a natural color." "flood heavens ! mother, Amv has'nt consumption, [ hope. Why. this is dreadful 1 What can be done f" ; "Sit still, and bear me om. There is nothing serious yet. but if you allow Ina to lug that heavy child aioiind much longer, I'll not be responsible. O' course, the child has to have outdoor "xercisc, and as long as you won't keep a nurse,' Amy's got to lalee a nurse's ¡dace, and roll that baby-carriage around in the broiling sun and over toe hot pavements ; and then, if the baby cries take it out and carries it too. Oil, she has'nt the leas' particle of government ! ' "lint what can 1 do...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 May 1889
BEAD THE PAMPHLET JUST PUBLISHED, CE L ;/U L A ll (J LOT II For the Clothing of the Body : TIIK TÜKOÜV \ X 11 T I i V. V U A C T ' &lt; '\V. j-:, i. nu.:.iN&lt;;. 2;; iv; s-.ree', Sv'ney. Extract from T!,,-.lm.ri-;ui 7r.,r .'.'e. Nov. t;, I SSS.- -- "Cellular Chilli isa perfect material, ii... !.... warm in summer, lui; NMIIVVIIIIV warm m winter, ami eu-tties that free anil regular pc:-t,nation of the sCp,. vu.,eh should neither be too copious nor loo -cnn'y, an-i v.'mch is s" essential tu a healthy condition of t),,. ,.,,ly. Extrae fr ea '/'/..? A.,./:'.' J': ?'?>;.:!. S-:; '. 20. isvis. .' We can couiidenlly 1 eeomnaaet it tr, oar readers us one of the most ,!chg)u fui fabrics, u-ali ¡,c:-,,nal wear and such beni, nf h'ou-e!a,ld hn-n a, ->i,-.-t - a nd count erpanes. As a trniy I lyg-.cin"'- labr.c, t ,-lial.tr ,.doth is absolutely perfect.'' Extract from 7,ie/.),";.; a /.'- -ce.'. i-,ly 7. i.s-S. .'Anything which eas an uaoeiHiag a ~,,tnul scientific nature ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 May 1889
Sa'Ai'KOK kl., CUM KiWI KA! . KIT.NIMHKK K>:a'..!isbwl il-> ,7. Te!e¡.hf.ne 7~b. WOOD & COMPANY, TT 11 &lt;1 &lt; - J . t í 11 io i*ss. SV!)XKV ; 71.10 '.coiae M.. (0A\ ca A.'.,,'.', :: ) DAl.MAiX : 2;,S Darin,g Sn«:. J'iiTK RSI I AM : Caa- 1 a! .., a .! V. .1,S 'aa i aai.l (., , ca : ! . . H. - .' I:'-'.'. i ?. -. . a ... \ . ' ... ¡ BOOTH'S j Hydropathic Establishment, j U the lar »ic.-: awl most ComtMUe in f'. the col ,vies, i I' o' . ? -otc ?. Soo . CofDi-r COLLAGE and OXFORD SinEKTS
GIRLS AND BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 May 1889
îijjfflIK greater the civilization of the individual, &lt;j|U the more willing does lie concede that woman is created the equal ' of the other sex, though with different qualities. But few believers in the equality of the sexes carry their opinions into practice in their own families. Theoretically, the girls of a family are entitled to have as much spent on their education as on that of the boys; to have the same care bestowed upon fitting them to fight this world's battle as is be stowed upon the boys; to have a business or pro fession chosen for them, and to be fitted for it tobe furnished with capital to the same extent with the boys, and finally, to share alike with the boys in the punition of tue family property on the death of the parents. In how many homes is this equitable treatment of the daught' is carried ont:' In few, we opine, and the better off the parents are in this world's goods, the worse are the girls likely to fare. It is too much the habit of the father...
A Dear Experience. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 May 1889
^Tffí J&lt; fl .?? Dear ??. E/perienGC. f By S. Isadore Miner. T was Amy Norton's first baby. Perhaps that is vT «hy she persisted in behaving so foolishly about (¡/i* j it, ami perhaps it was because she had once been an innocent little country maiden, whose .is/''- mother and grandmother before her had always taken care oí themselves, and who would prob ably have thought it a most heathenish thing to trust a bit ot one's own flesh and blood, entirely to the tender mercies of a ntirse-girl ; at any rate Amy thought so, although site wa» now the mistress of an aristocratic city home. And so, for eight months of her little life, baby's sole attendant had been ber own dear mamma, and ber sole nourishment that provided by nature. Now Amy's mother-in-law, dear, good, fashionable soul, had from the first been very properly scandalised by such an outbreak of sentiment, as she called it, and when Amy announced her intention of discarding the service.- of wet-nurses and colicky bott...
Gleanings. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 May 1889
. Gleanings. I '.Muk the wemen are bound to seek the suffrage as a very great mean- ol doing good. - Frjnce* /'orear Coub. A man never appreciate-, his wile until she has gone visiting once or twice and be ha- tried to get his own supper. W&lt; man Suffrage is undoubtedly coming, and I. tor one, expect a great deal ol good to result from it. Henry ll'. Lonafellm: '.Can you cook ? " asked a practical-minded lover of the girl whom he hoped to make his wife. "Can you provide the things to be cooked ? '' was the chilling rejoinder. Clara Louise Wells, of Naples, Italy, has taken out a patent for improvements in the method of obtaining fresh from salt water, for supplying towns and other purposes. Oscar Moore, a blind negro bov, four years of age, is the latest useful prodigy. Little Moore has a memory that M'letiiilut/ might have envied. He can recite poems ami sing songs in English, German and Danish. His parents are very ordinary negroes, and that is where he learnt all that h...
The Exercise of the WILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 May 1889
4 Thc E/cPcisc of thc UilLL. f ^ W ...... . This fair world of ours, would be fairer to-day, If wisdom not /¿uowWi/e carried the sway. What wi want, is the power to net what we know, And bright flowers to bloom (rom the seeds which we sow. Kor ye cannot have Howers bright, radiant and rare Without proper nourishment, patience, and care. There's one flower, irhilow, we seldom see bloom ; I've seen it in bud, but it had no perfume. Let us trace then the cause ; can it be that the earth - Is not ft fit mother to perfect its birth ? Xo ! the earth never fails her grand p2rt lo fulfil : Uut the gardener's untutored.-that gardener s the ir ¡ll. I have endeavoured to show, as clear as possible, in tlic above lines, that it is wisdom and not knowledge which the world lacks the present day, To be wise, is to live up to that which we know to be right. How many there are at this present hour, living, lives totally in opposition to this. Think of all the years reformers have spent in trying iOe...
THE TONGUE. (Selected.) [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 May 1889
THE TONGUE. (Selected.) "The boneless tongue, so small and weak. Can crush and kill," declared the Greek. "The tongue destroys a greater horde," The Turk asserts, "than does the sword." The Persian proverb wisely saith, "A lengthy tongue- an early death.'' Or sometimes take this form instead, "Don't let your tongue cut off your head." "The tongue can speak a word whose speed. Says the Chinese, "outstrips the steed." While Arab sages this impart, "The tongue's great storehouse is the heart." From Hebrew wit the maxim sprung, Though feet should slip, never let the tongue." The sacred writer crowns the whole, "Who keeps his tongue doth keep his soul." -Neu- York Mail Express. PHILIP ]5. STRONG.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 May 1889
CENTRAL BOOT DEPOT, 117 KlXi STREET, Ladies' and Gentlemen's tan hoots and shoes, evening tan shoes. Fillet's bronze, and black evening an.l walkin- hoots and shoes, and all other English and Commentai makes, at very moderate prices. THE FAMOUS "BELL" ORGANS AND PIANOS, THE 1 ORCE OF MERIT MAKES ITS WAV." AFTER AN EXPERIENCE 1(5 YEAHS IX THE AUSTRALIAN* ARE UNRIVALLED. STAND AXV C L I MAT E GOLD MEDALS -AT SYDNEY EXPOSITIONS. RE CO M M END THEMSELVES. CHEAPEST AND BEST TO I;E HAD ? I >r \ ALL LEADING : IMPORTERS. AND AT 6 BPJDd E S T ll E E T, SYDNB Y. Mme. A. FRIEDERICH. Certificated by Prussian Government. Silver Med allist and Special Prize Winner for Kreuel» Corres pondence at W.I. in iK,S8, and Matriculated .villi F rsl Class Honours and Inhibitions in two subject- at Melbourne Un'versify, in |une 1S-7, is the first Ger man. Governess who obtained honours al an Australian University. Madame Friedcrich gives Private I .osons in Science, English, French and German, and pre par...
A Pretty Bedroom at Small Cost. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 May 1889
-4 fi Pretty Bedroom at Small Cost. > JÏÇHE energetic little wife of a certain clergyman wished t;. give her young daughter, upon her 1 ct urn from boarding school, a bedroom to herself. The limits of the rectory admitted of the room, but the limits of the rector's purse did not admit of any large outlay for furnishing it. But Mrs. Stanley put her wits and lier fingers to work, and the result was a very charmirjg bit of freshness, and quaint, old-fashioned sim plicity. The prevailing tint of the walls was a soft old blue. The floor was covered with straw matting. Almost everything else in the room was of spotless white. The little bed ir. the corner, had tent-shaped draperies of dimity ; the window was curtained with the same. Opposite the door stood a dainty toilet-table, the dimity hangings concealing the frame of the gláís; the roomy-washstand also wore a similar dress Mrs. Stanley gave this , little account of her labors. "1 consider the dressing-table and wash stand my maste...
A MARBLE MASK. (Original) [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 May 1889
A MARBLE MASK. (Origina/) You think a life so free from toil and pain Calm and untroubled-merits little praise, However bright and clear its light may shine. So free from pain ? the pale moon overhead In stainless glory rides : she sheds soft light On all below -the evil and the good ; A thing of beauty ! whose refulgent veil Reveals, yet hides her from, the curious eye. But, look when Science rends that veil away, How changed the scene! what fearful caverns yawn With jagged mouths ! what ghastly gaping wounds? What unknown depths of darkness vUible ! No voice ; no sound ! A frozen worn-out world ! No atmosphere to teem with joyous life As earth, more blest : in cold anrl silent state She dwells-alone. So there are some whose hearts are frozen deep, Which they themselves scarce dare to gaze upon : A silent grave of murdered memories. And stifled hopes which only breathed to die : And yet their lives seem radiant and serene. O.A., Upper Paterson.
NOTES and COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 May 1889
LADY RANHOU'II CHUKCHILL is, it 1-, said, a supporter of Women's suffrage, and does not agree willi Lord liando!pb in his opposition to tlte enfranchisement of her sex. Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stow in recovering. Longfellow wrote of her in his diary on February 24th, 1823:-" At one step she has reached the top of the staircase, up which the rest of us climb on our knees year by year." In the women's training College for Teachers, in Cambridge, Kngland, recently, a school of scientific carpentry has been started. One after noon in the week the young ladies are trained in the use of tools. There is no attempt to teach a trade, only an effort to develop manual dexterity. Two ladies have been elected members of the Education Board, Taranaki N.Z. Miss Heywood headed the hst of successful candidates, and Mrs. H Richmond, a former member, tied with Mr. Halcombe for the third seat, the tie being deci ded in her favour. Mrs. Florence S. Morse has won the $100 prize offered by tile Xe«' York Pre...
NOVELTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 May 1889
Ont; of thc si;;',-.i >ivs novelties in ians is made of delicate gauze, cut into ihe shape of a butterfly with its wings spread open, and colored in all their gorgeous tints or in their more sober hues, according to the gown willi which the fan i- required to be worn. in these days of sweet-smeihn¿ hags hanging around the room, every new design for such an affair is eagerly welcome i by fancy-workers, whose name is legion. Scraps ol ribbon, from nine to fifteen inches in length, and from one to two in width, are used for a bag about sixteen inches ar >und, after all of the pieces are neatly over-sewc'l together, or one edge laid over the other and feather-stitched down. Then sew a lace frill around each open end, and draw the bottom up very tight. An inch from the upper edge run a casing of narrow ribbon, rm the inside for draw-strings, which pull up from the inside and form a how of many ends and loops to go over the nail, chair-top or wherever it hangs (rom. Stuff the bag mo...
The Eyclorama. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 May 1889
Cijr ?))úovmm. ^ admirably Jilling up '.a.- great, gap thal eve. yawm-l between bri-akf.v-i anil dinner; a gan thal the l!!.».k Ci'uM net bridge oye-, nor lasUMennis fully fi H a;. leaps into the (badly -ach, atv» can he guarantee ! lot drive awav yaw ns m ! ! eii-h eniini from even thc mos blase. The Cyclorama'- rotunda stand, in G-oic-e Street opposite the Raliway Station, and can lie readily reached. The Xewtoa a, i Hebe. Forrest Lodge, Rail way and other trams-to-, ut the door, while thc luis-es travelling to these .uburbs. abo ilepo.il passengers ..f the scene of action. Lntering from Oeorge Street, through a tastefully tilo! hall with a beautifully decorated ceiling, the visitor deseen,is a sterne stairca.-e into a lawaiv space, briglilene 1 up with ¡lowers made' gratete! with'ferns and coo!,- 1 l.v the -pray of a detr '.alb- fount - ain ; a veritable oa-is ma desert of wood-blocks and 'bus horses. 11ère i ls intended, shortly, to erect ki.,-ks. and lo tunnel oat subterranean ...
The Way of the Road. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 1 May 1889
The Way of the Road. Is it possible to teach the inhabitants of Sydney the right of the road, from the want o f the observance of this rule it is scarcely possible to pass along George street, the following may perhaps help. The right of the road is a paradox quite, For as you are driving along, If you keep to the left, you are sure to be right. If you go to the righi, you'll be wron^. OR, Keep to the left when in driving you meet, Go to the right when you walk in the street.