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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 January 1890

IE DEHTRIFÜE POWDER AID PASTI, e Rev. Benedictine fathers have the best preservers of the teeth. Obtainable at all your chemists. LAPANESE J^ADY JN j>-OSTUME WILL ATTEND TO CUSTOMERS DOWNE & WYATT'S JAPANESE SHOWROOMS, 139 KING STREET, (Opposite Theatre Royal.) Japanese Silks and Crepes for Costumes, Sec. Japanese Silk Dressing Gowns (Ladies' and Gentlemen's) Japanese Silk Embroidered Bordered Handkerchiefs. Japanese Silk Sashes in Art Shades, also, Soft Silk for Decorating Cane Furniture, tc, Screens, Brackets, Frames, Baskets, &c, &c, Japanese Rugs, Artistic and Inexpensive. DOWNE AND WYATT, 39 KING STREET, SHOWROOMS UPSTAIRS. Ceylon, Indian, and China Teas of all the choicest descriptions can be AT (UPSTAIRS.) obtained from "TTTAM« & GIBBONS, 68 3EES, J STREET. 68 NICHOLLS' Tasmanian Dandelion Ale. A Non-intoxicating and refreshing stimulant and a certain remedy for all liver complaints. Bead the fol lowing, From Chas. Warner the Celebrated Acto...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Contents. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 January 1890

Content»* . \, The Need of the Hour, ,.V ,.? ' The Coming Woman, .j^l' . Economical Dressing, .> Toilettes for Girls, The Lady Guides Association, ... The Sweating System, The Lady Chemist, ... News and Notes, ... w» Boycotting the Women Workers, A Heroine, Three Dreams ia a Desert, Hints to Husbands, Novelties, Poet's Page, Two Useless Girls, Dairy and Farm Notes,. Eecipes, Useful Hints, Droll Things said by Children, Fun and Fiction, Answers to Correspondents, Prize Page, Highbury School, Randwick,' ... . Fashions, Cure for Lock-jaw, ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 January 1890

"Cïje Caltgraplf 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 Caltgraph operator who 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 on which I write this letter, and which I bought from 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 have 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 y...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 January 1890

NEW YEAR _NOVELTIES. We show a Charming Selection of Í NEW GOODS, J specially prepared for the season. PRETTY CHATELAINES, 4, 5, ti 7, and 8 Drops, Oxidised, Silver Gilt and Sterling Silver PRETTY SACHETS, for Gloves and Handkerchiefs. PRETTY PINCUSHIONS, Satin, Silk and Plush. HAIR TIDIES, quite new. TEA COSIES, in novel styles. ELEGANT FANS, ditto. CHARMING SCREEN PANS, ditto. POT PLANTS, Foliage and Flower. BEAUTIFUL PHOTO. ALBUMS, PITTED BAGS, PLATED and SILVER FITTED. NEW BAGS with PURSES. BEAL IRISH LACE SETS and COLLARS. GUIPURE LACE SETS and COLLARS. DOULTON WARE, in Novel Effects. PR£NGH PORCELAIN, Elegant Designs. PARIS GLASS ORNAMENTS, ditto. BEAUTIFUL SHAPES in NEW PURSES, in French Kid, Calf, Morocco and Lizard. CARD OASES in Kid, Morocco, Pearl, Ivory, Silver. PRESENTATION UMBRELLAS. Elegant Mounts Perfumes, Soaps, Dentrifice Powders, from ROGER GALLET. of Paris an ri ATTTTNTsn \* .n^ nn nt r^A^ DAVID JONES AND COMPANY, SYDNEY. THE ORIENT HAMMOCK CHAIR. DflVID AND Cejá...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 January 1890

TWO ACRES OF LAND for , SUBSCRIBERS TO '-THE DAWN." HST TWO ACRES OF YINE LAND In the Village ot EURUNDEREE, near MUDGEE, Will be given by lot at the end of this year to 7Tie Dawn subscribers. . All those whose subscriptions are current at that time, and AU, NEW SUBSCRIBERS REGIS TERED BEFORE THE 30th JUNE, will have an equal chunce to win, and no one will receive any share interest, or chance except the actually paid-up annual subscribers to 'Ike Dawn. The laud is of splendid quality, there being no better vine-land in Australia. It is surrounded by vineyards fn a nourishing 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 th« circulation ol 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 by this allurement. S...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THREE DREAMS IN A DESERT. (Reprinted by special request.) [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 January 1890

THREE DREAMS IN A DESERT. BY OLIVE SCHREINER. '* _.'.ll_2_._q._g (Reprinted by speciml request.') 5^125^ I travelled across an African plain, the sun -^aC« shane down hotly. Then I drew ray horse up under a mimosa tree, and I took the saddle from him and left him to feed among the parched bushes. And all to right and to left stretched the brown earth. And I sat down under a tree, be " cause the heat beat fiercely, and all along the horizon the air throbbed. And after a while a drowsiness came over me, and I laid my head down against my saddle, and I fell asleep there. And, in my sleep, I had a curious dream. I thought I stood on tue border of a great desert, and the sand blew about everywhere. And I thought I saw two great figures like beasts of burden of the desert, and one lay upon the sand with its neck stretched out, and one stood by it. And I looked curiously at the one that lay upon the ground, for it had a great burden on its back, and the sand was thick about it, so that it ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Prize Drawing. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 January 1890

Prize Drawing. THE drawing for last year's prize of Two Acres of Land at Eurunderee, near Mudgee will take place at this office, on Wednesday 15th January, at 3 p.m. As many subscribers as can make it convenient should be present.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A HEROINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 January 1890

A HEROINE. In the (Quarter Latin of Vienna, the quater around the Wiener Allgemeines Krankenhaus, there live! an aged widow and her only son, a medical student. They were so poor that the motlier was obliged to sew almost day and night, and the ,on gave lessons, which occupied the time necessary tor Iiis studies in order to enter University life. On the Continent poor students areas frequently to be foiui'1 ns in Scotland, and in Vienna they form the majority. A good number of mere boys may be seen running about from one end of the city to the other, giving lessons whilst they »re themselves still pupils al the iiymnasium (the Continental grammar school), and of thu university students at least two thirds are defraying the expenses of their studies out of their own earnings. This woiks satisfactorily so long as the minor examinai ions have to be passed, hut when the students have the J>olctt>r- F.J\HIL>H or thc MaaU-Exnvicn before them, assistance becomes necessary, as stud...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 January 1890

G. PARKI N, GENERAL ENGRAYER, DIE SINKER, ftc, io Bond Street, Sydney. Corporate, Bank and Oflice Seals. Brass or Zinc Door and Window Plates. SHOW ROOMS 40á & 404 ST., SYDNEY. BRAY BROTHERS, Importers of Latest Styles in Dinner, Tea, Breakfast, Dessert, and Toilet Sets, Fancy China and Glass. Inspection visits respecfully invited. BULK STORES 14 & 1Ü DIXON ST., SYDNEY.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FASHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 January 1890

A CAMEVS-HAIK homespun in dark green has a brocaded border along one selvedge in black and green, which shows at the lower edge of the skirt having a full back, kilted sides, and front slightly draped oi| each side at the top. A pretty dancing-school dre<s of [»ale blue, green, or pink cashmere has a full gathered skirt bordered with three rows of black velvet ribbon, coat sleeve-» full over the top and trimmed with three bands of the ribbon at the wrists, and a round waist, slightly pointed, edged with the ribbon tied on the left side full from the shoulders over a velvet V, and Completel by a high or rolled velvet collar. One of brocaded surah has a full skirt lifted on each side with moire ribbon rosettes, leg-o' mutton sleeves, tied with ribbon at tho wrists, anda pointed basque having a shine 1 yoko in front, ribbon collar ending in a rosette on the side, and a finish on the lower e Ige ol' the ribbon folded once and tied on one side. A school dress of green and ref ...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Lady Chemist. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 January 1890

The Lady Chemist. ^ S _ IN the present day when so much is being said and done about the education and employ ment of women, one very wide held is left open, that of chemist and druggist. If women can be nurses, why not be dispen sers, by that, I mean qualified dispensers ; not getting a little insight into medicine and their uses, but going right in. We all know that a "little knowledge is a dangerous thing,"-. nothing more dangerous than in drugs. So, I would say to any lady thinking of studying for a chemist and druggist, take the first round of the ladder, and all the rounds one by one till the last is reached, but it will pa}' to do so. There is ono lady out here who is an M.P.S. of N.S.W., that is, Member of the Pharma- . comical Society, having passed the necessary examinations at home, and who is now earning a comfortable living in one of our towns on the Southern line. She is the first and only lady registered by tho Pharmacy Board of X.S.W. All information rei mired may be...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Sweating System. PUBLIC MEETING IN ADELAIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 January 1890

The Sweating System. PUBLIC MEETING iii ADELAIDE. A LARGE and enthusiastic meeting was held in the Town Hall, to protest against tho sweating system as affecting branches of female laber in Adelaide connected with the tailoring trade. Several startling statements were made as to miserable pay which is given in the lead ing establishments in the city .^According to these shirtmakers earned 10/- per week by working sixteen hours per day. They are paid 6/6 per dozen, f/6 being deducted for thread ; thirty are* paid at the rate of 3/6 to 41 ppr dozen, and womon who make them earn oulv 14/- per week, or 1 ;>/- deducting cotton. It was also stated that many establishments pay dressmakers nothing for the first year, 2/6 per week the second year, ?'>'? per week the third year, and it takes several years before 10/- per week is obtained. It was urged that a Female Factories' Act was much required to prevent the overworking of young girls, and Dr. Campbell, M.D.C., quoting from experien...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 January 1890

+ pwg¡ 71p NWE£. * A SPECIAL dispatch from Bombay announces two marriages, in one case the bride being two years old and in the other fifteen months, while the bridegrooms are thirty. It is against such monstrous customs that brave Pandita Ramabai is struggling AN article by Lady Dilke is announced in the New Heview next month. The subject will be '.Trades' Unionism for Women." The writer will give an account of the work since its com mencement in 1874, and describe the sudden progress which has been made this year. Lady Dilke will also touch on one or two grave pro blems, which she thinks must soon be taken into consideration, in connection with the future development of the movement. GOOD NEWS FOR SHOP GIKLS,-The Early Closing Association is showing at its offices.^it Fleet St., London a very simple and ingenious contrivance in the shape of a shop assistant's or customer's seat. It occupies about the same space, when not in use, as a closed umbrella. It is extremely simple and che...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Economical Dressing. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 January 1890

Economical Dressing. BY economical dressing, shabbiness Is not meant, but a careful expenditure of money, so as to prosont a good appearance on a small amount. I Jo not save on your shoes or gloves, as good articles outwear poor ones of this line, and look well as long as they last Hy pulling gloves on and off gi-ntly, smoothing them in shape, and laying iheinaway unfolded-not rolled in a ball-they wear much longer. Rub shoes free from dust whenever the}' are worn, using a black cloth; keep them in a shoe-bag, tho buttons sewed on or tics fresh ; and when growing shabby, brush the buttons . and heels witli black varnish, and rub the shoes with a dressing, of which there are doz ens nowadays ; but do not use the dressing until needed, as when once commenced, it must be continued. Patent-leather shoes re quire a particular polish, which can be found at any shoe store. Hilts, bonnels, dresses and cloaks require the same care when laken oil : ami bats should be kept in a box too large t...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 January 1890

HAYË YOU ANY COWS A I "? I If se, the undermentioned PREPARATIONS will assist you to make theft jtfbduce profitable; the present season being eminently favorable for .Dairying. PPP^ED RENNER PARE, 37ÎFE ^ÄpiiE. ?Rennet Tablets for cheesemaking, No. 1, large size, per .tin of 100 Tablets, 13/3. . " " » " No. 2, small -J " " 3/9. . " Powder " " per one pound tin, - - 13/ " Extract " " per quart bottle, - - 4/- ' " " for Household Use per.i pint bottle, - - 2/ " Tablets " " " per tin of 24 Tablets, - - 1/ ?Golden Cheese Color, the purest, cheapest and best in existence per Imperial gallon, 12/ Cheese Binding, white, 42 Inches wide, per yard, 3d. Chees© Vats, each, 8/6, 9/-, 9/6, ll/-, 11/6, 12/- 12/6, 13/. 15/-v>7/-. Improved Butter Color, 24 oz. tin colors 2,800 lbs. Butter. Per tin 4/. AS^EUJ Sf CO, So Ojtfopd Sf reef, Sgdneg ALEX AN DE RS, SEWING COTTON. MAY BE HAD OF ALL . Drapers Sc Storekeeper THROUGHOUT THE COLONY, J. J, LOWDEN, Wholesale Agent, 166 Claren taey. Printed and P...

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Hints to Husbands. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 January 1890

Hints to Husbands. Do not jest with your wife upon a subject in which there is danger of wounding her feelings. Bememher that she treasures every word you utter, though you never think of it again. Do not speak of some virtue in another man's wife to remind your own of a fault. Do not reproach your wife with per sonal defects, for, if she has sensibility, you inflict a wound difficult to heal. Do not treat your wife with inattention in company. Do not upbraid her in the presence of a third person, nor entertain her with praising .the beauty and accomplishments of other women. Do not be stern and silent in your house, and remarkable for sociability elsewhere Remem ber that your wife has as much need of recrea tion as yourself, and devote a portion, at least, of your leisure hours to such society and amusements as she may join. By so doing you will secure her smiles and increase her affection. Do not, being too exact in pecuniary matters, make your wife feel her dependence upon bounty...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 January 1890

HALES & COLE, TEA Corner of King and Kent Streets, Sydney. -HOUSEHOLDS SUI'PLTEjJi^T WHOLESALE PRICES

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 January 1890

j^-ECIPES. Veal Sweeibrcai/.-WhWc roast, boiled, and broiled chicken, mutton chop, and beefsteak have long held a recognised position in the invalid's bill of fare, the merits of a veal sweetbread have been sadly overlooked. When properly cooked it is a delicious dish, and may tempt a capricious appetite that has grown weary of other viands. A sweetbread should be parboiled for a short time until quite soft, anil then fried in a little butter to a delicate brown. It maybe served with gravy or white sauce. Jltef Tia.- Very savoury beef tea, suitable for a conval escent, may be made in the following manner-.-Take two ounces of butter, put it in a fryingpan or spider over a clear fire ; when it is melted throw in two small onions shredded finely, stir them until they are a nice brown. Have ready one pound of lean beef cut into pieces the size of dice, put it in the pan and let it brown also. Turn the contents of the spider into the saucepan, add one quart of cold water, and let it simm...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DAIRY AND FARM NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 January 1890

DAIRY AND FARM NOTES, Jr ' J V MAKING CIIKKSF. ON A SMALL SCALP.. FOB the manufacture of cheese on a small scale a cheese vat a new wash tub and a press are required. The milk should be taken perfectly fresh from the cow, and strained through a cloth into the cheese tub. As a gallon of milk will make I lb. of cheese, the precise quantity used ata time should be noted. Part of it should be warmed so that the temperature of the whole, when in the tub, shall be raised to 83 degrees Fahr. The rennet, should then be added, enongh being used to produce curdling in about sixty minutes. As soon as the curd will break smoothly, it should be cut with curd knives into squares, and then allowed to stand until all the whey runs off. Part of this whey is then heated, the mass of curd is then lifted and broken into minute pieces, and warm whey is added until the temperature ef the whole is raised to 91 degrees Fahr. When cool this operation is repeated until the curd becomes crumbly, easily fallin...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 January 1890

W. H. PALING AND C0-,LIMITED> Agents for the celebrated Estey Organs, the Best "and Cheapest in the Market.

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