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  2. A PAGE FOR WOMEN

    The "Herald's" Page for Women is published on Wednesdays. Contributions, from Women preferred, will be considered, They should not exceed ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 43 words
  3. ELIZA MARSDEN HASSALL.

    Miss Hassall, who passed away lately at the age of 84 years, was the principal, for a number of years, of the Marsden Training School for Women Missionaries, at Ashfield, ...

    Article : 594 words
  4. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,244 words
  5. PENELOPE'S WEEKLY NOTES.

    Occasionally one is apt to think that the day of the home-made cake is dead—as dead every whit as the day at home-made wine. Of course, the home-made cake one buys in shops, ...

    Article : 1,150 words
  6. FROM NEAR AND FAR.

    The week of prayer has come to many women as a wolcome method of giving expression to some of the deeper feelings which the opening of the year and all the events ...

    Article : 1,492 words
  7. MELBOURNE NOTES.

    Sir Arthur Stanley has congratulated Miss Maren Lopez on her suceess at the South-street Society's competitions, Ballarat. Miss Lopez secured the elocutionary aggregate ...

    Article : 523 words
  8. HOME AFFAIRS.

    The advanced price of woollen materials this season has led to a change in the fashion of surfing costumes for women. In fact, several changes are to be observed on ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 559 words
  9. FASHION AS SHE IS.

    The great need of a thoroughly becoming and practical blouse for summer, that will do duty for a holiday, and at the same time prove useful for everyday wear during the ...

    Article : 1,354 words
  10. SLEEPING OUT.

    Out of door slumberers are, seemingly, more numerous than ever this summer, and surfing claims more votaries. The fine art of the camper's life raises tired ...

    Article : 725 words
  11. THE MOSQUE OF OMAR.

    All hearts have been stirred by the entry into the holiest of ancient cities of the Allied troops, including our own Australian soldiers. ...

    Article : 677 words
  12. A "GREEN THOUGHT."

    For one day we left all work and worries behind us and took out our holiday moods together with our red veils. There, had been rain the night before, and so the roads were ...

    Article : 616 words
  13. DRY CLEANING AT HOME.

    "But, don't you find white kid glovea very extravagant wear?" I am often asked; and when I reply that I always clean them myself I am beset with eager questions as to how I ...

    Article : 324 words
  14. THE UBIQUITOUS DUMMY.

    "Dummy is dangerous," is the reply to "Plain Woman's" suggestion of a dainty silk bag for baby's dummy. (January 2 issue.) A renowned baby specialist says ...

    Article : 329 words
  15. THREE YEARS AWAY.

    Mrs. J. H. Phipps, of Mosman, has returned to Sydney with her husband. Lieutenant-Colonel Phipps. After an absence of three years Mrs. Phipps is in a position to ...

    Article : 293 words
  16. SEASONABLE RECIPES.

    Prawns and Tomatoes.—Two dozen prawns (or one pint of shrimps), one ounce of butter, one onion, four large tomatoes, or a quarter pint of tomato conserve or sauce; a quarter pound of boiled rice. ...

    Article : 240 words
  17. A NEW BROWN HAT.

    For the woman who spends a great deal of time out of doors tending her garden, a brown paper hat is a good suggestion. It is not only economical, but very comfortable, ...

    Article : 220 words
  18. TO OVERCOME RUST.

    It is extremely difficult to keep iron and steel house-hold articles from getting rusty. To overcome this I bought one pound of lard and dissolved therein half an ounce of campher. Then I removed the scum, ...

    Article : 122 words
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