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TO THE EDITRESS, [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 July 1890

To THE EDITRESS, J Dear Madam, , I have ereat pleasure in enclosing three shillings for the next ye^ of The Dawn. Tour paper (so I flunk) -, becomes mwe useful and interesting each month ; to.add qualifications, might I suggest that it become an aeency lor reliable monthly nurses. I am sure M íadiefcould be certain of getting kind, attentive motherly j nur^i through the medium oi yo« paper "would in deed prove of great value to womankind, asan immense amoun of suffering would then be spared them, and a , Eng would begonferred or. the^«¿-«»1,,. ' Trustine you will paraon my wruuv .»-« Wishine The Dawn the brightest of prospects, lam, M f*i .mut. S "T^»,- A. CLOS», fl yoara truly, M Summer Hill. M Canargroo School, Bathurst, t Madam, j In enclosing my subscription for " The Dawn " I | should like to say how much I appreciate it as do other members of my household. Will you kindly send me two ; copies instead of one every month. I enclose the j additional subscription for this. Can you...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. Newlands, Parramatta. TO THE EDITRESS, [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 July 1890

^.4- CORRESPONDENCE. 4.^» j Newlands, Parramatta. i To THE EDITRESS, Dear Madam, . . , j Enclosed please receive my subscription for the »ext twelvemonths. I am glad to see by your present mun- . ber that "The Dawn" is paymg its way so early in itt f hUtnrv. and sincerely wish your excellent and liberal j paper the success it so well deserves. Yours sincerely, | R. HONISON. i

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE BABY SAVED THEM! [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 July 1890

TÇE SPY S^YED TÇEHQÏ S* 'Al IA' " i ^."TïTHÏ? What have you got here, Tess ?" ^» JtX "i^s the tail-board out of the dray, Tom. I've got to barricade Daisy in with something. Leave it there, Tom, the door will shut as well with it down, ' and I am afraid this little puss will crawl out and tall down a shalt before we wake in the morning, " "What a very lively imagination you must have, Tass." "Ah yes, you men don't know what it is to feel a mother's anxiety. Where would you have been now if Cr mother had not looked so well after you ?" retorted wife with a wise little air of conviction. "Perhaps I should not have been here at all, and some other fellow would have owned you, and this little terror"-putting his arm around her and giving her cheek a gentle pat, "Don't call her a little terror," said his wife prepar ? ing with caution to reinstall the baby limbs in their pro ,^ r-pet place beneath the covering. "For goodness sake, let her alone whispered Tom, she may take it into her hea...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 July 1890

T\=nT TXTA Tr fl Ci (3S5 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. T^ÄKng House for Pianos Organs,. PfllrJN^i QT (JÖ. j Music. High class Pianos by Steinway anáitSbriS,'. £rard & Co. Übel Lechleiler, / ?. T ' Kenrich, anc] others. Easy Time Payment. j

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 July 1890

FOE, really Choice Jewellery, DAHMS and Co., King street Arcade. ». ' "I

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 August 1890

W-rrJOH** HUN TE R'S g ^| WORLD JâSOlH^ CITY BOOT PALACE, ^ F, - . COftPft ^peE^W^KE'l' g'l'g., gYOTKY. Tte CheapestxFsta^Hshment ¡n aj¡ Australia LIST OF BRANCHES. WHOLESALE STORES YORÇ ST. Sydnty , OXFORD STREET, Syinêf, N.S.W. WAVERLEY, N.S.W. SUMMER HILL, »».S.W. /^BATHURST, N.s.w. BALMAIN, N.S.W., PADDINGTON, N.S.W. ÄARLINGHURSI", N.S.W. ORANGE, N.S.W. LEICHHARDT, N.s.w. WÖRTH SHORE, N.sJw. PARRAMATTA N.S.W. GOULBOURN, N.s.w. " _>PORT ADELAIDE, S.A. TAMWORTH, N.S.W. ARMIDALE, H.S.W. >5 KAPUNDA, S.A. ifg-*-- WHERE OUE FACTORY: REDFERN PYRMONT, K.«.W. NEWTOWN. M.S.W. NEWCASTLE, H.S. W. INVERELL. N.S.W. ADELAIDE, S.A. fpmous Boots & Shoes are Obtainably

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 August 1890

Music For the Million ! BKggORGANS FROM £8 TO £120. The 'Favourite' Organ, SUITABLE FOR CHURCHES, SCHOOLS, AND PRIVATE HOUSES, Thc sroptielor of Th* Dawn is «bl« to obttia these Organs on unusually advantageous terms, and therefore offers to COUNTRY PURCHASERS, the opportunity to procure oue by payment in monthly instalments CASH PRICE, ¿8, or in Ten Monthly Instalments ot £l each. # The Organ is of four octaves compass, C seale, one set of reeds throughout, Wilh knee swells, solid walnut case of neat design, key -board and reeds ol full scale and size as used in large organs. Larger Organs from £8 to £120, can be obtained on unusually liberal lerms. ?> Address all orders to Manager, 7he Daim, 16 Jamieson street, Sydney." AL EX A N DER'S, SEWING COTTON. MAY BE HAD OF ALL Drapers 4c Storekeepers THROUGHOUT THE COLONY, J. J. LOWDEN, Wholesale Agent, 166 Clarence St, Sydney.. Mated «ad Pabhehed by tfae PrupiieUeia, LOOMA LAWSON, at 36 Jamieson Street, Sydney.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 August 1890

RECIPES. LEMON"BUTTER.-To one grated lemon and the juice, add one cup of augar, enough water to rinse the lemon from the plate, a small piece of butter, (about a teaspoonful); boil quickly and turn out to cool ; it should be about as thick as honey. FRENCH OMELET.-Kight eggs, beat the yolks and whites separately, then add one cup of cold water to the yolks, with salt and pepper to taste. Just before frying add the whites. Fry in a considerable quantity of lard and butter ; as soan as they are a nice brown on one side, roll them up; serve quickly. PUMPKIN PIE.-One quart of pumpkin boiled and strained, one quart of milk, the yolks of seven eggs and the whites of four, two cups of sugar, and one teaspoonful each of nutmeg, cinnamon and ginger. Make a frosting of the whites of three eggs and three tablespoonfuls of powdered sugar, and spread over the pies after baking ; set in the oven one minute to harden. SPLENDID MIXED PICKLES.-Seventy-five medium sized cucumbers, sliced in rings abo...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 August 1890

FOE reliable Jewellery repairs, DAHMS and Co., King street Arcade. '

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE PHILOSOPHY OF DISH TOWELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 August 1890

THE PHILOSOPHY OF DISH TOWELS. Ir is not a very aesthetic subject, but the good housekeeper is not or at least, should not be an sosthete, and of all things necessary to a well arranged kitchen the dish-towel is one of the most indispensable, and might as well be philosophic, as that is assuredly the 'way in which the little article is generally looked at. I say little, for of all things I do detest a groat big dish-towl that approximates the size of a tablecloth. The right size is a yard long and half as wide, with the ends hemmed. As to material, different housekeepers have different views,-some stickle for crash toweling, and some prefer one thing and some another. But my idea is that it really makes but very little difference as t,> this point, if the cloth i soft, pliable, and without stiffness. An old, half worn tablecloth, cut up into the right sized pieces, does as well as something bought out ol' the store for tho purpose. For pans, kettles aud the like, a coarse bag, li...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRUELTY TO CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 August 1890

CRUELTY TO CHILDREN. On the 16th July a deputation of ladies representing The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children waited on Mr. G, H. Keid at the Parliament House to urge the introduction to the New South Wales statute book of a bill for the protection of children. Such legislation has long been needed and we are glad indeed that the Society has taken this step. Mr, Reid is sanguine that a bill on the lines of the English measure will be readily passed by both Houses and he thinks that it may be possible to get it througn this session. Unhappily the worst instances of child torture are so private and hidden that they cannot be reached and it is only the spread of nobler thoughts and the penetrating influence of strong and compassionate public opinion which can slowly ? obliterate the brutishness which leads to the maltreatment of the little ones. But there are still hundreds of cases where the crime against the children is chiefly neglect and these can be reached by la...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THOUGHTS FOR GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 August 1890

"The politics of ladies lie m the nurserv and kitchen"-PRINCE BISMARCK. TÎTIIAT an extraordinary thing it is that cer ^ tain wise-acres must be always giving their advice, forsooth, to women ; as rf the wise-acres were so many oracles, who under stood all the needs and interests of women, which to their narrow minds are summed up in the words, "kitchen and nursery." These would-be advisers, so complacent in their own self-sufficiency, treat grown up people as if they were infants, and bid them be obedient children and mind their tasks. The New Zealand Times has been patting on the back (in type) a Mr. Bain, for having said that to be able to darn a stocking went fur ther towards making a good wife and mother than being able to abstract the cube root ! If these wise-acres would only leave off their parrot-like repetition of what has been said by so many before them, and think a little before they speak, their advice would be better worth listening to. This Mr. Bain might as well have...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 August 1890

"Loading Backward," By EDWARD BELLAMY. This remarkable book now selling in thousands, sent post free for 8d. in stamps. Address, L. Wynn, 26 Jamieson street, Sydney. A Nice Present for Girls. Two Choice Japanese Silk Handkerchiefs in box, sent post free for twelve penny stamps. Any of our readers obtaining Ons New Subscriber to " The Dawn " 3/- per annum, can secure this nice present as a premium. BIRTHDAY CARDS. DO YOU WANT BIRTHDAY CARDS to send your friends ? If so, s«nd for "The Dawn" Beautiful Shilling Packet. The above will be sent as a premium to anyone securing one new subscriber to "The Dawn" Address, L. WYNN, 26 Jamieson street, Sydney. READ THIS!! Full set, collar, cuffs, and handkerchief for pris, sent post free for one shilling. Twelve different patterns and colours. The above will be sent asa premium to anyone securing one new subscriber to "The Dawn" Address, L. WYNN, 26 Jamieson street, Sydney.

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 August 1890

GIRL'S FROCK. BOY'S SUIT. For particulars see next column. GIRL'S FROCK. This pretty School-room Frock can be sent in neat print, zephyr, gingham, or any other washing material for 3/11 each, or, in woollen material trimmed with velvet for 5/6. BOY'S SUIT. This pfetty suit, the jacket composed of navy blue diagonal cloth trimmed with white military braid and skirt of all wool plaid, sent post free to any address for 7/6. Tam 'OShanter, best berlin wool, hand-made maroon, brown, and navy blue, post free for two shillings. Full set, collar, cuffs, and handkerchief for firl8, sent post free for one shilling. Twelve liftèrent patterns and colours. CHEAP BOOKS. Clearance Nale, The following popular Shilling Novels, (new and clean will be forwarded to any address on receipt of Sil) penny stamps Comic English Grammar, (illustrated) Money, by Lord Lytton, (illustrated) For Wife and Child by Samuel Lover Bush Ijife in Zululand The Happy Man, by S. Lover (illustrated) The Spirit World, by aut...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMAN'S SPHERE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 August 1890

WOMAN'S SPHERE. "Keep to your sphere," said the liquor men, "At home is a woman's place. Take care of your children, cook and sew, And cherish your womanly grace. These forward women who war on us Disgrace themselves and their sex ; Plunging in filthy politics, The peace of the land they vex." So, gentle mother, sit still at home, And croon to your baby boy, While a monster lurks in the street without Waiting his chance to destroy. Soon as those little ieet can pass Out of the garden gate, He'll be fair prey ; but sit you still, Sing him to sleep'. 'Tis fate. Love and cherish your winsome girl, Train up the fair, sweet life TD every pure and gentle charm Befitting the drunkard's wife. Make her so fair and sweet and wise She will win some careless love, So pure that a,drunken stab or shot Will only send her above. What, dropping your song, and starting out With eyes and heart afire, And striving, with your solt white hands, To throttle the monstèr dire ? Why not ? The hare for her yo...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPECIAL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 August 1890

I SPECIAL NOTICE. J f The Bawn is published monthly, and J f will be forwarded to any address in j Y Australia for 3*. (payable in advance) for \ L Anyone willing to push The Dawn Á ( among their friends and at the same time j f wishing to add to their income, should write J 7 to this office for specimen copies and \ >> information as to the commission allowed on 4 y subscriptions. 1 ( AU business communications to be ad- i f dressed to the Office, 26 Jamieson street, j 7 Sydney. Subscribers sending other than \ y New South Wales stamps must add 10 per 4 y cent for exchange. 1 ( AU articles intended for publication I f must be forwarded to the Editress, 26 j t Jamieson st. ) V Correspondents desiring return of their <f y M. S. S. must forward stamps for the ¿

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 August 1890

«IMHO. THE DENTIFRICE POWDER AND PASTE of the Rev. Benedictine fathers have been the best preservers of the teeth. Obtainable at all your chemists. CITIZENS' Life Assurance Company, Limited. CAPITAL, ¿£200,000. HEAD OFFICE :-47 CASTLEREAGH-ST., SYDNEY. Branches d Agencia throughout the Colonie». 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 alt Pol icies issued by the Company. In order to bring the great benefits of Life Assurance within the reach of all classes, the premiums may be paid to the Company's District Collector WEEKLY, Monthly, or Yearly. Claims on Policies are paid on demand, provided the necessary proofs are handed in with Policy to the nearest Branch Office During last year the "Citizens' " Office issued more Policies than any other Australian Life Office. W...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SEVERE REPROOF. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 August 1890

A SEVERE REPROOF. A VERY original parting between a husband and wife recently took place on the Dunedin wharf. The lady was about to make the trip to Melbourne alone, like many other fair Dunedinites, while her lord stayed at home to work and supply her with the necessary funds for her tour. After placing his wife on the steamer which was to convey her, the husband withdrew to the landing stage and addressed a group of men who were loitering about in the following terms-'Which of you would like to eain five bob ?' Two or three answered in the affirmative, and the gentleman, after selecting his man, gave the following orders-'You see that lady dressed in black standing at the ship's side ? Well, that is my wife. She will expect me to -stand for at least twenty minutes and wave my handkerchief to her till the ship is out of sight. You understand ? I am very busy, and have no time to waste ; my »¡fe is very short-sighted so that it will do just as well if you take my place. 'And if the...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dressing the Boy. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 August 1890

Dressing the Boy. "Elijah:, dear, will you dress Willie this morning? I'm in such a hurry, and it will take you but a minute or two." "Certainly," replied Mr. Bixby cheeifully, "I'd just as soon dress the little chap as not. Here my little man, come and let papa dress you. I'll have you as neat as a pin in a jiffy." Willie, aged four, comos reluctantly from his playthings, and Bixby begins : "Now, let's off with your nighty gown keep still, dear, or I can't unbutton it. There now, we'll-sit still child. What makes you squirm around like an eel? Where's your little shirty ? Ah, here it is, and-sit still ! Pat up your arm-no, the other one, and can't you keep still half a second ? Put up your other arm, and stop hauling and pulling so ! Not let's-come here, boy ! What under heaven do you mean by racing of like that with nothing on but your shirt ? Now you come here and let me put the rest of your duds on. Stand still I say ! Put your leg in here ! Not that leg ! There you go squirming...

Publication Title: Dawn, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Creeping Skirt. [Newspaper Article] — The Dawn — 5 August 1890

A Creeping Skirt. /L/ -- J' Do all mothers know the blessing, of a creeping sliirt ? I made my boy one of two yards of dark gingham, < makiag a skirt a yard long and two widths wide, and gathered on a band top and bottom. One band I button underneath his clothes, just over the skirt, and the other around his waist over his dress. By this means I have his skirts securely protected between the two thicknesses of gingham, and Baby is free to go from parlor to kitchen without soiling his white skirts. s. c. s.

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