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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 [?] ...

    Article : 45 words
  3. FROM NEAR AND FAR.

    From the 12th Light Horse Comfort Fund the consignment despatched last week through the Citizens' War Chest, consisted of two cases containing comforts and parcels from ...

    Article : 1,109 words
  4. PENELOPE'S WEEKLY NOTES.

    This week many of our grocers have the announcement in chalk upon their shop windows, "Plenty of best creamery butter, 1s 10[?]d lb." Butter merchants who visit their ...

    Article : 878 words
  5. VIOLET DAY.

    The meetings held at the Soldiers' Club and at the Town Hall have done much to promote the sucess of Violet Day, which is fixed for next Friday. The promoters, through Miss ...

    Article : 323 words
  6. HOME AFFAIRS.

    Knitting has become our chief home industry, and not only at home do we pursue the art, but in boat, train, and tram, and at the various meetings which have been so ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 751 words
  7. [?] WOMEN OF WARSAW.

    A Sydney lady who for some time was governess in a Polish nobleman's family in Warsaw, sends her impressions:— When I heard that Warsaw had really ...

    Article : 448 words
  8. FASHION AS SHE IS.

    The bright sunshine of spring is always eagerly welcomed, but it has nevertheless a rather unpleasant way of showing up the shabbiness of our winter suits and frocks. ...

    Article : 1,538 words
  9. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,226 words
  10. WHAT WOMEN ARE DOING.

    Enthusiasm, determination, and concentration of purpose are the war cries of women at the present time. To anybody accustomed to go here, there, and everywhere, and note how ...

    Article : 919 words
  11. WAR STUDY CIRCLES.

    As there have been many inquiries with regard to the study circles, inaugurated by the National Council of Women, a word or two of explanation may be advisable. The ...

    Article : 230 words
  12. MELBOURNE NOTES.

    Lady Helen Ferguson was present at the children's fancy dress ball given by Mrs. Fred. Fairbairn at Logan House, South Yarra. Lady Stanley, who was present with her children, ...

    Article : 484 words
  13. OUR WOUNDED IN ENGLAND.

    Private Alan Atkinson, of the 4th Battalion, writing to his mother, Mrs. K. H. Atkinson, All[?], Bayswater-road, from England, speaks of the splendid way in which the wounded ...

    Article : 269 words
  14. THE BACKYARD GARDEN.

    Mr. Cheel, lecturing to the members of the Women's Horticultural Society on Thursday night made a suggestion which has been the subject of some favourable comment. He ...

    Article : 343 words
  15. HOW "BOSKER" HELPED.

    "Bosker" is not his real name. On showcard and catalogue the big English setter figures under a most imponing title, so that when his friends, who only know him by his ...

    Article : 382 words
  16. ON BUTCHERS.

    A retail butcher replies to "Penolope:"— Dear Miss "Penelope,"—My eye caught your article in the "Herald" of August 4. You know that it has often been said that "a little ...

    Article : 487 words
  17. SEASONABLE RECIPES.

    Dried Apricot Jam.—A simple and delicious jam may be made from the dried apricots; the Mildura ones are very good this season, and really very cheap, considering how much jam a pound will make. To ...

    Article : 456 words
  18. CITIZENS' ASSOCIATION.

    The annual meeting of the Citizens' Association was held on Thursday morning at the Town Hall. Mrs. Francis Anderson, who was in the chair, spoke of the difficulties ...

    Article : 263 words
  19. CASSEROLE COOKERY.

    The author of "Housekeeping for Two" writes:—"I would like to mention for the benefit of those most interested, that the 'casserolo' method property carried out does ...

    Article : 149 words
  20. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    Parcels of Clothing.—Norman: Farmer and Co. will receive parcels of clothing for Belgian or British use. For French people the French-Australian League would be responsible. ...

    Article : 40 words
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