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  2. A PAGE FOR WOMEN

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

    Article : 44 words
  3. Advertising

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    Advertising : 996 words
  4. HOME AFFAIRS.

    One of the signs of the greater interest taken by women in housekeeping matters is presented by the shop of to-day. In a letter from New York, published last ...

    Article : 857 words
  5. THE LATE MISS F. NEWTON.

    At the end of last year news was received at the Sydney Kindergarten Training Colieg of the death of its one-time principal, Frances Newton, who died at her home in ...

    Article : 760 words
  6. PENELOPE'S WEEKLY NOTES.

    Surely foresight fixed our "thrift week" in Lent; such timely prudence cannot have been mere coincidence. There is not one of us but will allow how ...

    Article : 1,092 words
  7. WINNING THE WAR.

    The Englishwoman is coming into her own now, without doubt, and every day she is being called on more and more to help in national work. ...

    Article : 850 words
  8. THE ROYAL SHOW.

    Women will find whon they visit the Showground next week that the Royal Agricultural Society have catered for our sex to an extent which they have never considered ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 604 words
  9. MELBOURNE NOTES.

    The city of Camberwell recently held a most successful carnival for Red Cross funds, which was organised by a committee of ladles, presided over by Lady Best. The opening ...

    Article : 1,010 words
  10. SYDNEY'S APATHY TO WOMEN'S HEALTH.

    Sydney is full of country people who have [?]d here ahead of the Show. Never, [?] in the far-off pre-war days has the spirit of Easter tide shown itself more in ...

    Article : 812 words
  11. FROM NEAR AND FAR.

    Miss Simmons', a young business woman from Melbourne who is visiting Sydney, has made a great success of an original idea which she planned out to help Victorian Red Cross funds. ...

    Article : 554 words
  12. GUAVA JELLY.

    In answer to "North Coast's" request for special recipes for guava Jam and jelly, would like to give the following recipe for guava Jelly, which I make often and with ...

    Article : 515 words
  13. THE N.S.W. VOLUNTARY AIDS.

    The following extracts from letters from Laland, written by one of the Novy South Wales Voluntary Aids give some idea of the [?] life led by the girls: ...

    Article : 463 words
  14. WHOLEMEAL RECIPES.

    Wholemeal is admittedly be wholesome na a porridge food, that if it could only be made more palatable it would have a far, greater number of users. I found that it the porridge be cooked ...

    Article : 381 words
  15. WOMEN IN HORTICULTURE.

    The first quarterly meeting of the Women Horticulturists' Association of Victoria, held at the Burnley Gardens, was presided over by Mrs. John Murray (says our, Melbourne ...

    Article : 278 words
  16. LOYALTY IN FRIENDSHIP.

    How often one hears such words as these: "I wouldn't say it to anyone but you, because I am really very fond of ber, but you know there is no getting away from the ...

    Article : 275 words
  17. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    For a sore throat "Ali[?]" sends this remedy:—Take [?] of fresh sage leaves and pour over them a pint of boiling [?] and let it sand for about an hour, then add sufficient vinegar to make it ...

    Article : 55 words
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