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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 ...

    Article : 45 words
  3. HOME AFFAIRS.

    The Talbot Milk Institute has been proved over and over again to be of great use in Melbourne in providing a supply of absolutely trust worthy milk for infants. Established ...

    Article : 919 words
  4. FROM NEAR AND FAR.

    Since the commencement of the year work at the Nurses' Comforts Depot, 88 Pitt-street, has been in full swing. Mrs. Russell, the hon. secretary, has received much support from the ...

    Article : 683 words
  5. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,091 words
  6. RIBBON FLOWERS AND FRUIT.

    All kinds of tiny berries in the way of blackberries, red currants, black currants, and so on, may be made in a like fashion to that described in last Wednesday's "Page": ...

    Article : 741 words
  7. PENELOPE'S WEEKLY NOTES.

    Besides the many varieties of the two classes of sandwich (savoury and sweet) there aro numberless dainties that may go into the picnic hamper sure of a welcome when feast ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,028 words
  8. A WOMAN'S WAR STORY.

    Staying at the G.F.S. Lodge, Roslyn Gardens, is an Irishwoman, Miss English, who has, a thrilling story to tell of her adventures Just at the beginn[?]g of the war. Miss English, who ...

    Article : 846 words
  9. FASHION AS SHE IS.

    Something sensible to wear when working at Red Cross meetings is the cry of many women just now. We are all eager to save our clothes when busily engaged with labour of ...

    Article : 1,393 words
  10. SCHOOL BOOKS.

    The flat has gone forth, and the knell of our old friend, the school render, has been sounded. The Minister has decided "that the use of the ordinary reader will be discontinued from the ...

    Article : 937 words
  11. MELBOUENE NOTES.

    Lady Helen Munro Ferguson presided at a well-attended meeting, under the auspices of the National Council of Women of Victoria, held at the Melbourne Town Hall, to ...

    Article : 591 words
  12. TWO SOIDIEES FROM THE DORRIG

    Much has been heard of the great welcome which is being accorded our returned soldiers in the metropolis, but the city knows only the beginning of it. Sydney and ...

    Article : 463 words
  13. SOLDIERS' WIVES AND MOTHERS.

    Every afternoon, at 92B Pitt-street, near the G.P.O., some wives, mothers, and children of soldiers will be found bringing difficulties of every kind to the workers at the ...

    Article : 540 words
  14. THE BABY CLINIC.

    A new clinic, the ninth under the scheme controlled by the Baby Clinics, Prematernity and Nursing Board, was opened yesterday afternoon by Mr. George Black at ...

    Article : 236 words
  15. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.

    Cleaning a Crepe de Chine Hat.—K.G.: White Fuller's earth should do this. Put the hat in a box and throw the earth liberally and thickly, leaving it for a day or two. Then brush off the Fuller's earth. Petron ...

    Article : 326 words
  16. INVENTORIES WANTED.

    Writing to her sister in Sydney, Dr. Agnes Bonnett, who is working with Mr. Budden, says:—"Folk have sent so many boxes without inventories; and then there is constant ...

    Article : 166 words
  17. NOTEPAPER.

    When you write to the men at the front always enclose a piece of paper and enveolpe. A surprising number do not do this. They say, "Oh, we gave him a lot when he left, and he ...

    Article : 113 words
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