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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 12 March 1887
.CRICKET" TIre followm?nimati h was: played =Satuibayafternoon::-- PoRTARLINGTON V CROWS' NEST.. At ueekscliff. Rnesulte1 in a draw i' favorof thee PIort r Sores-Pot, 144?; .Crows' Nest, 4, wickets' down -for 27. Highest scorers--J. Allen 51i, Shiepherid 45, Power 19, Miller 12, fior Port.': ? W:: Stevens 12,(not out), and Rowe 12; for Crows' Nest.
Simply Awful. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 12 March 1887
Simply Awful. A number of ladies were sitting last even-. ing in the parlor of a private.house discussing various topics. Presently one of the party mentioned the name of a friend..: "Why, do. youn know him?" quickly spoke a listener... . k i "Indeed I do," was the reply. "He brought his fourth wife to see us .a short time ago." "His fourth !" exclaimed the other: " I wouldn't have been inthe house. My opinion is that a first wife is desirable, a second advisable, a third permissible, but a fourth -that's simply awful."
Payment with Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 12 March 1887
- Payment with Interest. When Charlie Molyneux, of the 99th Bengal. Skirmishers, joined the regiment en route for India, he declared that he owed a grudge to Mrs. Cholnondeley-Brown, which should be one day paid in full. And now he vows, as he once again:treads the pavement of Pall Mall, after an exile of ten years, that he is quite ready to wipe off that old score. Ten years ago, Mrs. Cholmondeley-Brown was a handsome matron, in the full-blown bloom of womanhood, possessed of sufficient beauty to be tolerably attractive, and, for the enhancement of her charms, resorted only to such minor artifices as a dark line under the eyes, and careful pencilling of slightly defective eyebrows. Ten years ago Mrs. Chomondeley Brown affected a playful assumption of age, which was intended to be, and was usually, strenuously contradicted by the devoted youth or youths who were the attaches of her court for the time being. But a decade had made a considerably change, and Mrs. Cholmondeley Brown was...
A Wise Father. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 12 March 1887
A Wise Father. Youth-" I have come to ask you for the hand of your "daughter." Physician-" You have ?" Y.-".Yes, sir. I'Ehave enough of this -world'sgoods to support her in comfort; even P ---" Yes, I Iim aware 'f: that; but will you treat her kindly? Will you be a gentle husband ?" ,Y.-" Sir,'I vow--" P.--- O, never mind vowing. Your inten tentions are. all right, no doubt; but I must be sure that you won't worry, and fret the life out of her after you get' her. Take off your coat and let me sound you to see, what kind of a liver you've got. ..
A Striking Resemblance. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 12 March 1887
A StrikiiigResemblance. He was the sonof a worthy citizen, and he had just 'returned from England. "The father was a brusque, -matter-of-fact man,: who had no liking for anything dudish,' and he noticed with sorrow that his son returned with fringe, and variods other insignia of dudedo'm. The old gentleman surveyed him critically when he appeared in his office,' and then blurted out: "Young man, you look like a fool." - Just at that inoment, and before the young man'had tinie to make a fitting reply, a friend -walked in: " Why, hello, George, have you returned?" he asked. "''Dear me, how much 3 ou re semble your father." " So he has just been telling me," replied the youth. And from-that day to this the old gentleman has found no fault with fringe
Discouraging to Gallantry. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 12 March 1887
Discouraging to Gallantry. During the recent wet weather a' gentle man emerged from .an hotel in Melbourne. It was pouring with rain, so he hoisted' his umbrella and looked about'for a cab. He could not see an empty one, but lie espied. a lady taking shelter in a doorway, and evi dently also waiting for a cab. With true gallantry he made toward her and politely offered to hold his umbrella over her until a cab should pass. The lady agreed to share the hospitable shelter of the umbrella, and, so as to get.well- under it, raised her, arm nearest- the gentleman, and with her hand assisted in holding the umbrella up. Pres ently an emnpty cab passed. It was hailed, and pulled up to i here the pair stood. On reaching, the cab the gentleman relin quished his hold of the' umbrella and opened the door. - As the lady prepared to enter the cab she lowered the umbrella, an'd was about to take it with her, when her com panion touched it and remarked, " My um brella." Very softly the lady replied...
A Minute Engine. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 12 March 1887
A A Minute ?Engine. The smallest oscillating engine in the world has been made by John R. Hare, of the United States. .It is about as big as a collar button, and is, hidden completely -be neath a child's thimble. Its bore is one sixteenth of an inch, and the stroke one eighth. The wheel, shaft, and crank.weigh eight grains, the -cylinder five, and the stand and pillar twelve grains, making the' whole weight one pennyweight one grain. Run by compressed air, it makes 3,000 re volutions a.minute.: ,Mr. Hare has also made an engine. which iscovered by an Eng~ lish walnut shell.-'
The Barber's Wooing. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 12 March 1887
The Barber's Wooing. " O, Barbara," the barber sighed, "' This scissor time to speak ;" If you won't be my hone true bride I'll dye without a squeak." " O, Dan Druff, don't," the po'mad - screamed, ". Do such a wig-head act ; It would bebarber-ous.' I dreamed Of you," she smiled with tact. " Look cup and brush your tears away ; S:Ocomib anid baamai: .:- , "Let's soap I'll lbe your:bride some day," " I will; but if," cried-Dan, "You razor hope you will dispel,. There'll beard death; ydu'll see ;. And if there's scrape on my door-bell My chair will empty be." "I do not shampooer fellow," said Miss Barbara; perplexed,; " Oil-though, when your first wife is dead, You'll quickly cry for 'Next.' " .
Duelling at So Much a Head. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 12 March 1887
Duelling at So Much a Head. "We had," said " One. of. the Crowd," '" one of the funniest duels I ever sasw at a Aillekge. It Wiaspuit-up job, of course. The pistols were not 'loaded with ball, but the duellists did not know that. They stood up like men,' apparently, but one of them got so nervous he fired before the word was given. That placed him at the mercy of his opponent who was. a poor creature, but rather shrewd. As soon as ..the pistol went off the individual who fired it 'got utterly scared; The other- stood?calm and deter. mined,-and proceeded to .take -leisurely aim, "'Don't shoot yelled 'tie victini' 'don't shoot!' "I believe it is my turn, isn't it i' asked the other, and he turned to.his seconds. "' Of course it is, go ahead.' "And he again leisurely covered his man. " 'Hold on I Hold on l I'll give you £50 if you won't shoot. - - " 'Tain't enough I ' "'For Heaven's sake? I'll give you £751' " The ian' with the' pistol sneered, and covered him once more. " 'How much wi...
Singular Recovery of a Lost Ring. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 12 March 1887
Singular Recovery of a Lost Ring. The story of the lady at Sorrento a week or so ago, whose fat pocketbook was dropped from a pavilion -into the waves, and who some.days afterward recovered it by having it washed into her hands while bathing near the same spot, recalls to mind a somewhat romantic circumstance which actually oc curred a few years ago, and which, if not so fresh, is equally remarkable. A gentleman, whose betrothed was away on a trip, wore upon a finger of the left hand a ring, which inclosed under a hidden spring a tiny curl of the lady's hair. One summer evening he visited. Portland.. Scarcely had he arrived and descended into the hotel dining-room when he remarked to a mutual friend of his prospective bride and himself a great loss he had sustained. ' "My ring-our ring," he 'said. "I can't find it. I had it this morn ing. I may have left it on some washing stand at the station." ' Search 'proved' un availing, the precious souvenir was not re covered. A full week ela...
KEEPING MILK COOL. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 12 March 1887
KEEPING MILK COOL. A farmer on Statan Island, N.Y., writes : " I keep alsmall dairy and sell my milk direct to consumers. The cooling question is settled by taking..the: milk, as soon as we have-finished milking, to the well, in cans of forty quarts, placing in tubs deep.enough to allow ;thne water to cover them up. to the neck, and drawing water fresh'from the well and placinglit around the cahs. . As soon as there is water. enough in the `tub? the lid of each can is taken off and the milk is stirredd until you can feel that .it .is cooled. The water is then. changed and the .lid .closed. After. supper it is stirred: ag4in, and; fresh water placed around the cans. This is the popular way of keeping milk by milkmen in this country. I have placed milk in stores and it has remained sweet on the fourth day, where kept in an ice-box, and no complaint from the retail trade., 'This in the hdttest weather."
Speaking in Figures. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 12 March 1887
Speaking in Figures. 0, her tidy little figure, when I think upon , its curves In her light .nd lawny robe of lily whitr, Then my heart from vows of celibacy, very nearly swerves, . And I'm tempted to acknowledge Cupid's might. O, her tidy little figure has an undulating -grace Like the willow branches bending o'er a pond, And, to crown its graceful glories, she's a fascinating face, . With hazel eyes and curls of golden blonde. In short, when I her beauties surreptiti ously appraise, I affirm there's none so fair in West or East;. For a hundred thousand pounds I've made up. my mind to raise, And her tidy little figure's that at least.
The Sentinel. SATURDAY, MARCH 12th, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 12 March 1887
So?RR"eo"? " "takng . f' i sh ? nart?re i the way of progress. Ihe ruin gn n of.- twon :,steamers nmore especdiaIly-" the; Usoiite, has turned over a fresi page in its era ' or every :,dozen that, liinded tler Iby the boat a few years back the i areihundre?ni s :now who also ?iau'e the oppoituiiity of .staving, longer on shiore. Siins' of Drosperity are- visilile all roui?l?: To iwmeet the deniands of the visitors we learn t!hiitta hors tramwiny is to hIe forili ed, ruluiing froni? the lhalfc tl baickl beach '~id that Mr. Ccppin 1aiis g0 aran feed thie company 5 pei cent for' five y?ea'rs. Tee price obtainable for lipid. 'shows a decided. imprnvement especially near the business centre. An excellent minstrel "entertaiinment as givein ..at;: thed Foreters' I H-ali on Monday ev ering;. -last by the Gealong Ethiopian troupe in iid of:thh Queens cliffe Public 'Library .iThe:ý aitenldance was large, and ',the iiterest 'of a long progranime well sustainedd tli oruhiuit. The pieces suig by...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 12 March 1887
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THE DOG NUISANCE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 12 March 1887
THE DO, NULSA&'OE.-" o the Editor.:: Si',--I notiietl a kvery 'seniisible letter? inni ouil.ast issue one the turning of til mauin street of the borough into, acom ?ni:. pastuirage fiir cows.: Allo0w me to,..: dawv your att~ent.ion to ,aiother hlowhing nuisandice, aul tlt:it is the number of rmongrel dogs winclh roain aboiit the bor :ough. Does the Dog. Inspector do his duty-?that is the quesion: It? is 'not. .anii nusuail sight : to .:ee a-:'numberi of: nod a e iout thýe ca - cial centre,'ad also in the garden Are these' dogs ownedby'ths councillorse, if: so i:they :"oiught; to be, pole-axed-I; ineant the bow-wows. : Yours, etc., Onie who:has paid'his 5s.'
BOROUGH COUNCIL. Tuesday, 9th March. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, Portarlington & Sorrento Advertiser — 12 March 1887
BOROUGH" C.QO.UNExOIIL Tues'lya, 9th March. Preeent--The Mavor. (COr Jamieson),?, mid Cis Adniians, Arikini; Bailliet:, uusZPli; .a ni 1Jtiirnenirin. The T'niiw Clerk, read a letter from les "'?nidiler -secretar , statiiig l.ti tha theli# lelay ii rantiig a , Public holilayorn he date"- :f thie, Queebnsl ilinual' Races, was: .iueil .by the abeiicel ol the. 'The ¶owiz Cleri i. d copy of a cont rnuictini whili ad .for arded t ,he deparqtmeniditsatit ii that i :the: trafie o and from itle fc tificatttioins and also to Point: Lonsdale was e'eceptioniiall heavy. , The maintenance of these roads is a serions.itenit oufof -the 'linited-Fie-' vetue of tle lbrouigl, and.' left bnt little. iargin for geieral .purposes. :In foruiier ehrs.tetl. leadiig : tholi'oighfare was con stitiuted, a muain rosad faiin? thile !wharf, to. the shir.'ounal'. arnd the ', council now Idsired that the road up to, Point: tondale, tl to . ither itl?h Gellibr:iand stileet,' frot! W. !arf street to tote batteril;v m...