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TWILIGHT V PORTARLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 23 May 1885

TWILIGHT t .PORTARLINGTON. ~,Thabove `clubs meet oon the Oval to-day, at Portarlington. Port team Allen 2,C?alhoun;, Davis,, Gubbins, Hig gins, Jelly 2, Lewis, Manmo Nickol Shep herd. 2, Stanfield, iJLangdon 2, Tayloi Wallace 2, Jenkins. The Port team will pla? the Rainbow oiiri Mnday, the 25th May, 1885. A match was played on the Queens= cliff recreation Reserve on Thursday be tiveen the Victorian -Artillery' aiidd Tor-. perlo Coi'ps. Leech captained theVV.A. and Woods acted in a like capacity for the Torpedo .Corps. The state of the weather rendered the afternoon quite un suitable for football, but, despite the heavy raiin which fell during the game botlh teams stuck manfully to their. work and after a closely contested game re sulted in a draw. Tie scores were V.A. 4 behiiinds-Torpedo nil. Burrowes Culvertson, Morley. and the ,Beetle played best for the V.A., and :Woods, "Drfeve;i' Riled, Haslem, and PIeart ,idrked hard for the Torpedo Corps. iAfte the natcl both teams idjourned ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
QUEENSCLIFF V DRYSDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 23 May 1885

* QUEN SLIFFV..DiRYSDALE. The Queenscliff football team journeyed to Drysdale on Saturday, last. A. Wil liams captained. the. Cliffites, while J. Doble piloted theeffol:ts of the Dlrysdale. The latter.won the toss, andafter a short consultation, decided to kick- witli the wind."" Jaiiiieson set the ball going on beialf of the Cliff, anid it was forced out of boundsi after which it was:carried into 'the Queensliff territory, where McDon ald secuied a mark within 'easy :kicking distance and . placed; first goal to the creditCh of :Drysdale. After this the Cliff warmed to their work and by a series of, little marks worked the ball well forwardi and scored a behind. On the ball being set rolling, it was again carried into-the Cliff territory, but this was of no avail, fore the Drysdale for wards were kicking wiJe and only adiled behinds' to the score. Shortly after this lalf.time, was called and the score stoodl?i).ysdale 1 goal 3 obehin ts; Queeriseliff 1lbehind. After the" usual inter...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 23 May 1885

In Memoriam: KEDDELL—In affectionate remem- brance of our dear sister, Catherine Mary Keddell, who died on the 23rd May, 1881.   Never to be forgotten by her brothers and sisters.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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Sauce [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 23 May 1885

Sauce The whole of the Ballarat police force, with four exceptions, have volunteered for military service. The. larrikins did not give the other four a chance, or perhaps it is the hospital doctors who are keeping them back. The New South Wales Parliament has been pro-rogued. What a fearfully immoral par- liament it must be now. It was bad enough before. A Ballarat school mistress, who declined   to eat fat pork, was declared to have "too   much style" and was dismissed. Too much pig-style, we presume. The boys were examining the envelope of a telegram. "It can't be from the 'boss,'     because his writing is bigger and bolder than this," said one.   Victoria's Defence Force. — The Yarra per- fumes ; they reach right away to the Heads of many people.   A Herald contributor quotes the lines :— "Her eye's dark charm 'twere vain to tell,   But gaze on that of the gazelle, It will assist thy fancy...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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The Recognition. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 23 May 1885

The Recognition. Home they brought her sailor son, Grown a man accross the sea, Tall and broad and black of beard, And hoarse of voice as man may be, Hand to shake and mouth to kiss Both he offered ere he spoke — But she said — "What man is this Comes to play a sorry joke ?"   Then they praised him — call'd him "smart," "Tightest lad that ever stept ;" But her son she did not know, And she neither smiled nor wept. Rose a nurse of ninety years, Set a pigeon-pie in sight : She saw him eat — " 'Tis he ! 'tis he !" She knew him — by his appetite !

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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A Hard Knot. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 23 May 1885

A Hard Knot. Here is an old story that should be started on its travels again :— "A duel was lately fought in Texas by Alexander Shott and John S. Nott. Nott was shot and Shott was not. There was a rumor that Nott was not shot and Shott avows that he shot Nott, which proves either that the shot Shott shot at Nott was not shot, or that Nott was shot notwith- standing. Circumstantial evidence is not al- ways good. It may be made to appear on trial that the shot Shott shot shot Nott, or, as ac- cidents with firearms are frequent, it may be possible that the shot Shott shot shot himself when the whole affair would resolve itself into original elements, and Shott would be shot, and Nott would be not. We think, however, that the shot Shott shot shot not Shott but Nott. Anyway, it is hard to tell who was shot or not shot."      

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 30 May 1885

What is tbis- Disease that i s Coming upon us ? LIKE a thief at night it steals in upon us un awares. Many persons have pains about the chest and sides, and sometiticsin the back They feel dull and slecpy; the mouth has bad taste, especially in the morning. A s or of sticky slime collects about the teeth. The appeiit e is poor. There is a feeling like heavy load on the stomach: sometimes a faint all-gone sensation at the pit of the stomach which food does not satisfy The eyes are supken.the hands and feet become cold and feel clammy. After a time he becomes ne vous. irritable, and loomv, and has evil fore' bodlings. There, is. a giddiness, a sort of whirling sensation in the head when rising up suddenly. The bowels become costive. the skin is dry and hot at times: the blonod becomes thick and stagnant: the white? of the eyes become tinged with yellow;.the urine is scanty and high-coloulod. depositing a sediment after standing. 'There is fre nuently a soitting up of the food, somcime...

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A Friend and Comrade Dear. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 30 May 1885

A;Firi~nid and COomrade Dear. "How ird' tlhWg'iti io6 iaft ...ý trom. those'we; ove; and 'cherish ; ' Hoe deeply,does tlpaDln one's hieart , ... To6l1now thaa? ll musts perill. : i ..is charm.: he always spoke g : If1wr etched care werenear me; SAnd trouble di sappeared n smoke' 1hen'he as1by to, heer me. S Butas friends fallpwheivalued most,. i 1mi; ke.friiit~that.over fipe is .i The comrade dear thati :have lost,, Thatfriend-my meerschaum " Pipe is. ,Swe ep,.seeep, sweep;tiar.ý ?i'.. .,a nil the'.horiQDeceinber days' ; .·i;. {si .ýII(nd~usBt!dUqt,rdu"stgrA 7,; ?nr 1dr;M 1i 4 mIn."thetsummer,'ssilvery;haze:l;" It'se". cl.to be.aeslav.e,r i r?: ;ir : o! fyAnforever, a;duster flirtd,; imdJ i: 0 '` And:w,gg.,the:years)of " ourlife away.,',-i" ilin:a;a o.hdito hand battle withfidirt"!. s-' ` V ý F Y i L i ~i i "ý : :. A .: .ý .. J "i : ýv ?: f .: . ,. " -j ý , .: , .L ? Sweep, sweep, sweep, . ,.,W,.hilethe. dust rises up to our eyes,-' And rb, scrub. scrub,,, ,t ii sh ý. T,,oedcraep ou...

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Bosh, Bubbles and Bunkum. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 30 May 1885

Bosh, Bubbles and Bunkum. :, ... . ::.;;' ' J ? If· -;' R·" ' c: ,r 'i; I " - ;" JEFf, QRBAIER., ? . (From Australian ,?t-Bits) ;. ., There are ,many things we know, " There are many: things we:don't,; S There's a'lot of people will.:, A?-,.1¢ Andialot of.others.wonptt ... t ? There are mhany people suffer ?"Froin'the want of ready;tin;;i * " q And' if ybh u ad' o ?ui biimns .... i Y ?dill suifferfrom?agrmn'. There was a new literary ventiirepartially floated in-Melbourne some months agoj, and a gentleman waited on the editor with a story whichChe of e'red'toI ontribute free. i "Too long for one-issue;" said the editor. " Well, I'mnnot:,particular.;iprint'It in two,' re marked the contributor blandly.,. "Theieditor iook a few miiutes to reflect, and then saidr "'My'deai sir; I' fel very e ncu oblged, but there willio t be two issees." Sgentleman called at,the officethe other. vou do" h2,skediour leading editor ' I have&' been.' used tiot sedenitary lmipioyment'," an-. gwered...

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Vocal Quality. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 30 May 1885

-,V ocal Quality 'A 1adwas singih g a a concert, and her voice wai to say the least, very thin in places. "Ah,' aid herhusband who, oftetr the manner of husbanids ho havemusicalwives, thought her vocal powers were great, ' what' a 'ne voice she has ?" r . ; '-ery fine," replied a strange.man at his. S"What timbre!':continheed the"hsband. "Cooiderb?hle ?mibr,' responded t strang, again-- ut,ý many cracks in i for weather-bohrdih~ fid not;auite enough for a p~ing fence." .4 The hsbd-remainedsi nt during the concluding portiofnof'th'efitertainment.,

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Not Unawares. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 30 May 1885

,ili ·? .... : :. * u'-,trrri ? ?+ +,"ci, , -.lonial ,traveller i Texas writes "I wi· cer6mony bf btsm ' b iiimersion celebrated thllier day, a fou:' teens'candidates ? lkd dp to;of h j vater; - fif een revolvers were deposited on the bank - he+,,ream thato,, th.paetth making th)efiffeenth. An lde vho no "ie my look of surprise, quietly-.remarrked :- You see, ssnuger. there are'i greatmany horse-thieves these partWsn' Ohtititnefolks mustn't be oo unawares. . ;a

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A Legend of Hobson's Bay. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 30 May 1885

ilhianihbo r-a-tripi-a-gallantsspip..... , Sl ed one av a~ 'Twasitho famousBriftsh ti gnilat.i.Gyp," ,neeharge-of-Lieutenant-Fit.Scurry-FitzDoodle, Who-commanded ton men and a favorite po dlo. Ere I get under weigh with my yarn, I'd best. say That our hero once plighted In B' wie u9 d il Aht! torstrgy Frm } obormy. Whi'fafbeing expl , poceed with r'V ify layl) y'r , is was the caeats tlia .h jie made Ti 1Aýnd remarkedsto.his.favorite.poodle, I (Did =ieutenant-FitzScurry :Fitzpoodle) "I'd like wih am'ertmazitodw'ellon thetisehores, i ould atýlisaunm iid wildiie from the Quietinto 'her arms overboard would I. leap." w e aay yIuivg p ,?kof Wilhiamstoh shark hreiarrk'evere?ard, ::i.L . a And tio him.iLtaccurred--.v ,..-, ro'play on" FitzDoodle the deuceofa.lark. Quotbe, "l; miist driess myselfdamtilyg Foeoinorrow FitzDoodle myjgisf s all be." Quitein the dark atto.Sharkyk'sremark,p. ' iitzlioodle still lent O'er the bliulwark, Intent ent &' On hi'thoughts, till aroused by' rtlir...

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The Fate of Traitors. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 30 May 1885

The Fate of Traitors. The following is an incident in the story of theasiege of Khartoum, taken down from the lips of one of Hicks Pashas soldiers After the anniversary of the birth of Mahommed, Wad Sheik El Obeid came opposite Khartoum to the other side of Bahr el Azrek; and encamped on the isle. Gordon Pasha sent for the troops under Hassein Abraham and Mabomet Abru Said,, who had been made Pashas by Gordon: Pasha. Directly we landed we formed a four-deep square. Even so, we marched boldly from the shore. One gun'is, at an angle of the square. They charged us furiously, but, ah, how they scampered. Shattere;l was the great band of rebels. But :.nowvht I have to relate fills my hewart with grief. The traitor Abraham takes off his tarbash, puts it in his breast, from which he takes a dervish's cap, patting it on the top of his head. Next to this, what does he do? He gallops up to the bugler and tells him to sound the retreat; this, in military Turkish, sig nifies defeat. The brave b...

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My New Year's Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 30 May 1885

My New Year's Case. It wasNew Year's Day. I was travelling down froi' London- to a Midland town, called there' on rather a strange errand. I am a medical man,,and had then only lately purchased&a practice, but hiad t mide much headway in it as yet. - I had received a letter askingme to go down to C. to give my professional opinion. A man hid'died ;-that is, he hlad fallen into a trance for some days, and the local prac titioners could not make up their minds on the matter, or even say that he was dead. A strange errand truly, and I pondered somewhat upon it as we sped swiftly along. Itwas getting' on in'tthe aiftiiErn6on"hen my destination was reached, and the short wintry day was closing in. I found a car riage waiting- for-me at the stationi-and I thought, as I settled myself snugly amongst the cushions, "Evidently these people are somebody, and then, as. the mind naturally reverts to self as the pivot upon which all turis, I wondered idly if, like the," tory Mbooks, this ...

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He Had Enough. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 30 May 1885

V e iHE.lad En ough What casedor tlawthbfirebrig e t i 0rm " 4u ýU4 of ii it.fit. _ 0I-Sa; BIte yuIwoe l o eniz 1 oQ aa-whil °iud it ,vaseffini n, aM ;egan to think i Q.One nigh' alarm rang out and1 ,, tarted fo t engine hdiouse a.t' alibuateleven- o'cloc ia·ight, an& cold endoigl' efr efhe hin. quarters of .a.brass.monkey..When, we got dowii to the fire itwas a rg olesalh genera~.store, tandthd captain; to-ime to g down the Cellar. Threfire wa in' the top o: the houise 6"tilyh;'"t ntF -i"i ifi. i dowi gradually towards the groui- £2:;I had:, look.round `with ai lantern y 9n as jus starting back agaig, ? om th, hydrant hit me right fallin thejawso hard tha I didni't know what sti'rckhie;d I lay thern with the hose pla'ing i~~id .ieif about lialf an hour, and.?when-Iwtried-to get up couldn't. I was covered up vith b ll~inds of rubbish that thdehosp had s~ttieidtt l rbunc me, and I lay there with klerosene, butte) and tar fioating on-rtop'of-the"water, anc filling up my -mouth...

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Court Queenscliff. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 30 May 1885

Court Queensclif. The abovq was held on Monday. Owing to a number of brothers being away to the review, the celebration lacked the spirit of former years. There were about 28 at the dinner, which was held in the Baillieu hotel. The .usual speeches were made during the evening, and the absehee df Br Batchelor was regretted. In the absence of the secretary, the following statement was made by Mr G. F. Haillieu-The. Court was opened on 27th May,. lP65, and is now 20 years old. The number of benefit members on the books is 59 and 4 honorary. The funds to the credit of the Court as made up to the last quarterly audit in March amounts to £722 2s Od, made up as follows- Shares in hall'. .. £593 0 0 Postottice Savings Bank .. 1161110 Treasurer's bands .. .. 12 10 2 £722 2 0 Total income from all sources last year was.. .. .. £207 9 0 The anniversary ball was held in the Foresters'hall in the evening. There were but few present.

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The Luck of Literature. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 30 May 1885

-r The Luck of Literature. 'EThe:real'bfor of Artenmus Ward's 'debut 'intotprominen'ce is thies'; There was ini 1860 a comic r paper printed, in. this city by two brothers, Stephens, called VanityFair, which bllaed up" brilliantly for a while iunder literar'y' and' artistic 'geiius, ' but 'fiall'y 'fiiikered and' was-likely'td expire. 1?The! editorship was~iffered Ito me, :but ,Iisaiv .plainlythatI -could do nothing wih it,.,. . acid . " 'Tlire are only two men i this cou'ntry who cani do youn any good. ?O'iieis John'G. Saxe and the.othed Artemits War'd;.,At that time, Ibelieeld .this ,to ,be, his real name. "' Saxe youcant have, f6r he is .about 'to run for governor of Vermont, so you d better get; hold, of ?Mr.a Ward'?as quickly as'you ..lMy'advicewias heeddd, ai'd I was asked:if I ,would .write . Ato.?Artemus, and learn: his ws.J did, sotp Cleveland,. Olhio, and iiade- him `the distinct'ffer of coming `to New York on a.'salary of'30 dolsr per week and an increie eon the siccess o...

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A Fearful Adventure. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 30 May 1885

o~ A AEeaful.Adventure. ý , [ ,By J. P. CCOnMICK. SAnigers were much more numeroui iii t01foro0if 20 Uye'rs aio tlidin thefy re n6od a-day, 1 can assure you. -You see;, passed the gre~ter portion of my.childhood amidst the l cdiduel ob- a small country township, in the neigl.orlihod of which wild desperadoes pJi?a?ieait deal of congenial amusement:: Reared with such surroundings, one would i#~.iine that I would grow -intol a boli,; steady-nerved lad ;but, strange to-say, I, o?. ?h contrary, at a very early age, showed sucli syimptomis of cowardice and timidity, that pa irenits: becami seriously anxiops about .u4,'- Onh:i'.ccount of these weialm-iniided qualities, I was ridiculed; solded and coaxed to a'iost alarming extent ; but this nowise imirap.retd my singularly sensitive organism.! In additfon I possssesd anclder brother, who, haig nothing particulaily important to do? ed-to$ devote a gbodly portion of his,pao ,tiie to my entertainment. He would late' w e with intense self-grat...

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PORTARLINGTON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 30 May 1885

PORTA?LIr GTON RACES. There were about 1000 persozls'present on Thursday. lMaiden 1'late-No Commission, 1; President, 2; Eridrick. 3. H. Smith's Trophy-Viriago,1; Plato, 2; Thanet, 3. Port arlington Handicap--Tissue, 1; Don, 2; Moses, 3. Besiqee fell and broke his neck, the jockey escaping. Pony Race--Venus, 1; Little Ned, 2; Coxcombe, 3. Stewards' Purse-Moses, 1; No Commission, 2; Saxon, 3. Selling Hack-Thanet, 4; Punter, 2; M.id of the Mist, 8. Thanet was sold for L12 10s. Consolation Stakes--Plato, 1; Don, 2; Eridrick, 3, There was only about 9 of the Fortrose Club arrived by steamer on Monday, conse queintly the match did not take place. The Queensclif Juniors play the Portarling ton Juniors this afternoon. J. Burn, junior, rode three wins at Drys dale, two on Don and one on Thanet. He was loudly cheered. At the Port he rode a win on Thanet, and was second in two other races.

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Undecided. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 30 May 1885

• .v "decided. . ,re' Sý b f",;' ; 'I.; 7 'i,;Unde d ed .... ",i'. "" S,y9uthbeneath' a-v indovw stoodrlin And t uwaged upoa lalute , (I think itf was a lute: h;,. twanged Or else he twanod a flte' Till from abbve a heavy sigl . Came floatingon,t;he breze , (I fancy 'twas a sigh th camce?, O `r else a heavy sneczcL) . . - A"' ar'nthou there, n.y pearly, love ' SOidd' ?edrt thislover iybuthil ' ., , (J think 'twas. pe.arly 'ove ".lefield,; Iiiti ,iOr something quite a tiuthfuil)..? , "'Tis I I" she cried' -!look out '!'and he, i On his fond bosom, caughlt her ., .( fancy twas the g:l , caugh?,, 'Or else ajug ofw i:iter) Next night ngain (I think) lhe came, SiHis love.in balladcrving "+ : (Or.else he lay in bez. the while? His only shirtwas drying),. ,:

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