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  2. A PAGE for WOMEN

    The conference of women workers hold last week must have been a revelation to the general public, not of the kindly heart of the Australian woman,-for that is well known, but ...

    Article : 947 words
  3. Advertising

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    Advertising : 1,139 words
  4. A JOURNAL OF EARLY AUSTRALIA.

    It Is a great pity that one may count on the fingers of one hand alone the early Australian ladies who have kept journals, or whcse journals are preserved, so that we may ...

    Article : 1,601 words
  5. ART IDEALS IN AUSTRALIA.

    At the invitation of Lady King-Hall, a large number of ladies assembled at Admiralty House yesterday to discuss the foundation and the objects of the Sydney Club and Depot of ...

    Article : 485 words
  6. SOME BEAUTIFUL GOWNS.

    Sydney is going to have a feast for eyes as well as for the cars next week. We are to see the opera "Samson and Delilah" for the first time on the stage; we are to see ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 771 words
  7. PUCK'S 'GIRDLE.

    "I'll put a girdle round about the earth in forty minutes."—Midsummer Night's Dream." The Sydney Day Nursery told of. another year of useful work at Its annual meeting last ...

    Article : 1,203 words
  8. THE NEW DAY.

    All the week It has rained, and rained and rained The flowers in my garden have drooped their sodden heads The birds upon my fence have peeked dismal and forlorn The ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 446 words
  9. THE WATTLE AND OTHERS.

    A year ago the "powers that be" joined together, and after due consideration crowned the golden wattle with a nation's crown, and made it the national flower of Australia. It ...

    Article : 687 words
  10. SOME LACEMAKERS OF IRELAND.

    "Mrs. Dillon's School of Lacemaking'' was the legend displayed above the door of a tiny heather-thatched cabin in a little side street of Killarney. In the doorway stood a tall ...

    Article : 884 words
  11. THE BUSH BOOK CLUB.

    There are few good works which have grown to maturity in such a short time as the Bush Book Club, which has been in existence less than two years. It has already nearly ...

    Article : 542 words
  12. CARE OF THE PIANO.

    There are few Australian homes that do not possess a piano, and few girls, exccept amongst the very, very poor, who do not "play the piano." A girl may not know the simplest ...

    Article : 594 words
  13. V0LUNTARY HELPERS.

    Why is there always a dearth of voluntary helpers? 'Every society and every charitable institution is crying out for them. They not only need funds, they need workers. Why is ...

    Article : 404 words
  14. A GREAT NEED.

    An article, entitled "Marriage Rates," announcing an Increase of the birth-rate, no doubt is very satisfactory to the State, but the facilities for prospective motherhood have ...

    Article : 394 words
  15. BUDAH FLOWERS.

    What are budah, flowers? I am a botanist, and know and love the Australian Hora, but so far no one has published ed, save in a cursors form, the vernacular of bush flowers. At the Science Congrres. I remember ask ...

    Article : 169 words
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