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Highbury School Randwick. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 January 1890

Highbury School Randwick. THERE are few schools for little boys more healthily situated or more efficiently superintended than the Highbury Prepara tory School, Randwick. The windows of the school overlook the sea and the fresh ocean-breezes play about the house, keeping it sweet and cool. Within doors the tuition has proved most successful in. fitting lads for the more severe curriculum of senior schools, and the comfort of the boys is admirably looked after by Miss Ford, the Principal, while a healthy tone is maintained by her firm but kind discipline. The following are recent testimonials to the undeniable value of this establishment. Sydney Grammar School, Dec. 16, 1889. I have looked over the Arithmetic papers of Miss Ford's school, and I consider the results in every way satisfactory. The elementary teaching is very thorough as I may judge from the accuracy and de tail of the work sent up. The tew problems set were intelligently answered, and considering the age of the pupils,...

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

THE NEED OF THE HOUR.     THE great need of the hour is for men and women who are not afraid to take   hold of actiye practical work against the grow- ing immorality of the age. There are plenty of persons who applaud the good deeds of others and yet what are they themselves doing ? Martha K. Pierce, Ii.L. ]>., in a little tract, which eonstitutes_Xo. 'J, of the social pu ity series, issued by tho Woman's Temperance Publishing Association, asks such persons a number of very pertinent questions which are worthy of most serious consideration, v Did you ever think how dangerous a tiling it is for us to attend a meeting, where «kee» evils are talked about, and to read articles about them in papers, and get into an agonised state of mind over them and yet do nothing ''. There is no surer way to deaden, moral energy. I fear that this is the danger of the hour. Weare feeling djwadful about itali, but are we doing much to stop it ? How can wo si...

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BOYCOTTING THE WOMEN WORKERS. (From the Boomerang.) [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 6 January 1890

BOYCOTTING THE WOMEN | WORKERS. ¡ (Fi om the Boomrrait^.) \ The Australasian Typographical Journal, official   organ of the Australian printers'unions, comes out flat   footed against female labour and announces an intention to "refuse to recognise any office which employs women in the composing room.'' Why? 'That female labour has been used to break down wages is no reason why women as women should be thus boycotted. A woman has every bit as much right to work and to live as a man has and because the printing trade is overflowing already 1 is no reason to debar her from it, for all trades and occupations are equally overflowing and. anyway, her   claim to admission must be considered as equal to a ! man's. Workmen have been so ground down themselves, have been so used as mere tools for the creation of : wealth, that they often forget thc place I ,abour should occupy and imagine they can interfere with its due devel- j opement. The woman questi...

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

"À day, an hour of virtuous Liberty,"     Is worth a whole Eternity in bondage."     -ADDISON.   JANUARY, 1890. THE DAWN. MONTHLY, ... ... PRICE 3D. THREE SHILLINGS PER ANNUM. Office:-26, Jamieson street, Sydney

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LOCAL OPTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 February 1890

j^OCAL pPTION. There were over 300 ladies and gentlemen at the annual breakfast of the Local Option League, held at tho Grand Central Coffee Palace. Addresses were delivered by Mr. J. M. Young, Speaker of the) Legis lative Assembly, the Revs. F. B. Boyce, R. Caldwell, J. I>. Langley and Thos. Kensh, Captaiu M'Murdo and Mr. F. Abigail. Perhaps that which received most marked attention was the speech made by Mrs. Bowes, of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union. The right of womeu to vote on iocal option had been discussed, and Mrs. Bowes, referring to tho talk she had heard abr.it it, said "Alli have to say is-Get it for us-''and here the applause which followed effectually drowned her voice, but presently she continued, " and we'll show you what sort of use we'll make of it. " The principal part of her speech had been an exhortation to depend less on human agencies and trust more to the guidance and help of Heaven to secure the victory. The effect of the unexpected digression and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 February 1890

HALES & COLE, TEA MERCHANTS, Corner of King and Kent Streets, Sydney. -HOUSEHOLDS SUPPLIED AT WHOLESALE PRICES-,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 February 1890

"A day, an hour of vtriimu £&k Xs -worth a whole Ettmtff in ' FEBRUARY, " ligar S 1 ?* ,THE DAWN. *\ ? MONTHLY, * ... PM« 3», 'S"' Äff"**" SHILLINGS ru AnM. . v, 1 " * Offa^^^pd^roíegon «trcet, 8y¿ney' . ^ if ' -^r-T-tl

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 February 1890

ARTIFICIAL TEETH.- Mk. MARSHALL'S City Dental Ro<m,s. High-class DENTISTRY at Reform Feta. C"iO|)le:c ¡Sets of Teeth on Vulcanite, £$ ; Gold and Vulcanite, (Into, ¿IO ; Gold, ditto, ¿1$. painless extractions daily uniter nitrous oxide gas. All operations are warranted painless. Artificial Teeth sup plied to nervous patients without extraction of stumps. Full satisfaction guaranteed. Only address:-!. I. MARSHALL, Dentist, 410, George street (near King street). Established 1879. N.B.-Send for J. 1. Marshall's treatise on the "Conserxation of the Teeth and Gums." Some Special Uses of the Sunlight Soip. Used in the Dairy it will keep churns, cheese vats and milk pans beautifully bright and clean. Used in the Sickroom it acts as a Disinfectant. Used in the Stable\\ will keep manes and tails clean and silky, and heal sores and scratches. Use it for washing prize dogs and poultry, and it will improve them as no other soap can. Use it for taking out grease spots, and for kteping ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 February 1890

- j. mm ROBEHTSOI AID COIPAIÎ S, - FASHIONABLE U -TAILORING HOÜSE f ' 418 6E0RGE STREET. fe-j, (Opposite the Fruit M»rkeU) .*C. K. P^IDDY $ Ö0> THE PREMIER HATTEBS, 438* 678 GEORGE ST.* SYDNEY. FOR GOOD VAIUI IN HATS SC MEN'S Miwcwr* THE FAMOUS "!BELL" ORGANS AND PIANOS *THC<FO£CE OF MERIT MAKES ITS WAY." AFTER AN EXPERIENCE . . ' -OF & ^í* THE AUST&ALIAN m CLIM A IVE RüCG»i MEND; THE HELVES. ALL LEADING IMPORTERS. A?ïl> AT BB%#:4J^ Ö T Jbi JW -B-T.' STD Ñ BY. ajr ' £ ,^R. A. BENNETT, 135 Macquarie St., Vorth '\ Late AssistantDemonstrator..of the PhiWel jjùaJbmM College,'Hmd Ho»ta¿of Oral sirs***. Ihr. Bennett proposes to lnttoducevtfte latest fWprrWe «Mnt» i* deoikary, to oraren^ tte. robles», e^trac^on , * V of teeta and root», »od devote tne^>roper «ttentioa to saving them ; to restore ta usefulness, decayed {eetk and toots ; to permanently fis nrtistic artificial teeth {without plates Then practicable) a« regularly; prac tised-ia America. Honr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 February 1890

TU mmm imm^M^ of the Re*. Benetftetftfe fáthers have been the |^ preservers of the teeth, Ol^Mblert «fl your chcafctt. ' ?«fei.«« ? ? ;,_ NICHOLLS* Tasmanian Dandelion A Xm.teriotVaä'pd refrcd** «OIMAMÉ certain remedy fût «fi fiver eempleiiiu. Mai " lowiaf,-? tim Om*. W«M tb« Cdettated Act*. (i^After Mgr. fkticnijkK rebeaml or, ptrfctaHMMkv *A» your Ale and god ft inrigon^ofttd I witta* the ilightMt hw» Ja- ar-aft^eiwaf r From F. J. StaJkweft. Protea* e# ito_ ?;. It it radi? the be^Woa-Akbholk Driel I ha** fatal/ .hicttakiacit, my whole lyttem purified and. *r*ai|&» Ker. R. M. iMter, NMif, Newcastle. Under medical adtiee I commenced iuirif yew Ale «ad coaMeatJy recommend it from ^practical ; e»yeri«»oe to «fl mfleren from the liver. .».?? V 1CKER30H ¿ CO., 48 PITT STREET. Ceylon, Indian, and China Tea* of all theohoicest descriptions can be ^obtained from » . 1 * * WILLIAMS & GIBBONS, ' , ; * O-BOOSBS, - . 86 -- OXEOBD STREET,- , 8» ET X A N D E R ' S, SEWING 0 OT S ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 February 1890

PALING AND CO« 365 GEOKGE-ST. SYDNEY. The Leading House Pianos, Organs, Music. rligh class Pianos by Steinway and Sons, Erard & Co., ' Ueoel and Lechleiter, Kenrich, and others. Easy Time Payments.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 February 1890

The'Cheapest Establishment in all Anstrailt; ' * ' i| ' LIST OF BRANCHES. ' " WffOZ*SJU4l 3tS*£S : YORK ST. Sydney ^ PAOTOKY: MfOfp^, . OXFORD STfcEST, f^Mjr,HAW. WAVERLEY, N.s.w. SUMMERHILL, ».s.w. PYRMOWT,"mltm.\ * BATHURST, M.s.w. ;* BALMAIN, ir.s.w. fADDIJIGTON, N.S.W.» NEWTOWN,JMM*. * , DARLINGHURST, ORANGE, H.S.W. LEICHHARDT, N,S.W. NEWCASTLE, NORTH SHORK> N.s.w. PARRAMATTA w.s.w. GOULBOURN> H.».w. INVERELL,, KAW¿ " PORT* ADELAIDE, S.A. .TAMWORTH, M.s.w. ARMIDALE, «.im ADELAIDE*: s,^ - :. KAPUNDA, S.A,; '< _ / " * * T , * ' . WHERE OUE v Í , - 5 famous Boots & Shoes are PbtaJ/mbk-.

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ON TEMPERANCE. Read at the Dawn Club by Mrs. Gent. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 February 1890

pN JEMPERANCE, ~-^£>-=^2y¡/io-?» Read at the Dawn Club by Mrs. Gent. e^)V ( I R arc n0>v fairly entered on the year ^ VA^ 1890. Another century is almost ended, soon a new cycle will be here. God grant that some of our most ardent hopes will be ful filled by that time. During the past thousand years might not right have had the supremacy, Wealth and position domineered over indnatry, purity, and peace. Men, and ala«, women too, have been blind aa buts to their own interests, the scales are at least falling from their eyes, soon they will see daylight through all these dry-as dust accumulations of the gatherings of the filth of centuries. On this temperance question I appeal to women first, because they are the greatest suffer ers through the drunkenness ot the men. A man goes, we will say, into an hotel or bar, and drinks either alone or in company with his equals, we suppose they enjoy it very much else they would not go again and yet again as they do. Pray, what part of the ...

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EVENING AMUSEMENTS. TELLING HANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 February 1890

mm? wmmT? - -î=*Sh-«sei JTELLIXG HANDS. Tins is more difficult than one would think possible. One of the company is blindfolded, and each person in turn goes up and puts out one hand for the blindfolded person to hold and feel. Kings and bracelets should be taken off ; gentlemen turn back their cuffs, ladies draw up their sleeves so that there may bo no object to aid the person who is blindfolded, but that he or she should toll only by the form of the hand. Perfect silence must be observed, or the voice will aid the teller. When all have passed in turn before the person blindfolded, another of the company takes his or her place, and the fun is to see who guesses the greatest number correctly.

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SEX IN MORALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 February 1890

SEX IN MORALS. EX in brains is an exploded theory. ' Centuries rolled away and the point of inferiority of the feminine brain never was contested. Brains went by weight. During the past few decades, however, since women have been admitted to colleges and allowed to inhale the hallowed air in the halls of learning, and have proven themselves equal in capabi lity to their great leaders in the race, the brain has been taken into discussion. Daniel Web ster's brain weighed a great deal ; in truth, Daniel Webster's brain may be regarded as the standard brain. One day the idea took root in some one's fertile mind to weigh a woman's brain. A washer-woman who never came in contact with fame, happened to be selected for the test, and to the astonishment of science her brain weighed more than Daniel Webster's brain. It was evident some one had blundered. However, since then it has been admitted by scientists that there is really no sex in brain, and even weight has nothing to do with it. Ther...

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LITERARY CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 February 1890

LITERARY CRITICISM. Fou tin's game slijis of paper and pencils are required, and any number of persons more than two may play, though pwhaps flus best number is about seven or eight. The papers are handed round, and thc company is requested to write tho name of a hook (imagin ary oí- otherwise); the paper is then turned down, and handed to the person seated next. A secondary title has then to be written, the paper is turned over and passed on as before. Now a slight sketch of th" plot is given, then two press notices must be written, turning the paper down each time, and passing it on. When the slips are opened and rend, much fun is caused. Thc following will serve as an example-as " .MY LADY'S BEYENGE ; ott TUE LIFE ANDHISTORY OF 5 LITTLE HBIIGEUOQS Lillie Grey is the orphan daughter of an old soldier, who was killed before the siege of Paris. She is ambitious, and wishes to make a name. The young squire falls in love with her, marries her, and finds, too late, that his wife is the...

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HOW TO SUPPORT A WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 February 1890

JiOW 'I'll sni'I'OKT fi WIER. ^TTDVICE is often asked on the marriage ?/?«? question. Ought a young man to mar ry until he is positively sure he can support a wife ? Would a salary of four pounds a week be sufficient ? Would less with strict economy make a family comfortable ? To all this I would reply in the language of a man who married on less than one hundred pounds a year, reared a large family, and died leaving them in comfortable circumstances "Men are to blame," said he to the writer. "Ihey should put entire confidence in their wives, and it would seldom be abused. I made my wife my banker at the start, and a good one she proved to be. All I have to-day, I owe to her careful management." Here you have it-a volume of sound advice jn a nutshell. Confidence in your wife's prudence, discretion and foresight in the management of your income. No greater mistake is made than to suppose a wife incap able in this respect. Thousands and tens of thousands of what had otherwise been pro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 February 1890

TWO ACRES OF LAND for sui:s¡:i'IÜKRS TO -TDI. HAWK." mr TWO ACRES OF VINE LAND Tn the Village ol EURUNDEREE, near MUDGEE, Will be given by lot at the end of this yeav to The Dawn subscribers. All those whose subscriptions are current at that time, and ALL NEW SUBSCRIBERS REGIS TERED BEFORE THE 30th DEC, will have an equal ehance to win, and no one will reoeive 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 vine-land in Australia. It is surrounded by vineyards in a flourishing condition, anil 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 by this allurement. ® GI...

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THE UNLUCKY WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 February 1890

THE UNLUCKY WOMAN. ... . ^ÇTTART her out on a hot day and her face .J|)^y gets red. Start her out on a cold day and her face gets blue. Let her use a little powder and a touch of rouge and women who are hand-painted until you don't know where it begins or where it ends speak of her as so disgustingly made up. Let her buy a frock on her own responsibility and the shopkeeper can persuade her that the ono shade she ought not to wear is the only one becoming to her. Let her start out with a lot of other women, and she is certain before the evening is over, either to want a drink of water or to find out that the string of her petticoat is broken. Let her have a beautiful lace gown given her by her godmother, and the first time she goes out she tears the uppermost flounce on the edge of the balcony, and when Maria expostulates with her and asks her whom she expects will mend her clothes in heaven, she replies she doesn't know, but she always supposed that her attire there would be so simp...

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THE CURSE OF BAD EXAMPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 February 1890

THE CURSE OF BAD EXAMPLE. "|||¡*T is a pitiful fact to contemplate that according to the existing con .j \ ditions of modern civilization, it I can be looked upon as little short of a miracle should the average youth reach man's estate and escape the contamination of vice which daily example makes him familiar with from babyhood. To be able to swear, smoke, drink, or gam ble like a man, is the Alpha and Omega of his infantile dreams. Is it not a painful sight to see cripples and pale children, some mere babies, with the marks of an early grave upon their pinched faces, behind hoardings or up dirty lanes "heading them" ; with childish eyes shining bright with excitement through the smoke of paper cigarettes. Useless for the passer-by to stay and ask these babies not to smoke while every other man we meet has a cigar in his lips. Useless also the protest against gambling, when the pile of forgotten dailies which the urchins are supposed to be on the street selling, contain exaggerated...

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