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STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

: ' :STATE :'SCHOOL. S ,TAhe following scholars of the QieenR scliff state school passed' fhlly inall sub jectsiat the result examinationiheld by Inspector ' Stewart`i :iithe 17th ºiyd 18thl inst.: Upper 6tli Clss M1ary A Trathkan; Lower 6th Cl aes :, Hngh M'Millan, 4th `CLas 'Lily Duly Clara Kniell Jaie Banby Eleanor Stephen Kate Jennings Grace E. Franklir Ethel A. Trsthan James Farrell John Ikinm Hiogari Lddilll Alfr-4 iC:.rrowi Apdit?,eW M lc Cormnack HIePy O Neil. . Kate Tobias Tliirzeai Pippard Isa ella Horne Isabella Aikin Is'aella Lloyd Joseph Ai Jonio Chbrles Gal .rd Geoige Lloyd Tlioi o.s Wirred Alfied Willa . Walter hlitei Jamies'Biirn WilliamiMills Juliusd T¶lbia Th oiasGafford The follo wiig gaed Certife..tes of educstion;- Maggie B dges Elizabeth Wayth Eliiibetb PJrey Edw Rogirs Thomi's Farrell 3rd Class Ethiel Thwaileis Mary Lousia Keys Florence Jordan Mary P Warren John: Giine - James Chaffy ' Philip Wills Johiin R Morrison . Frederick Priddle: : a wience White S char...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

T' he ban an worthless are nevir imtatedo countifeiecd. This. is.especially true of: afamily medicine, and it. is?positiveproof that tht eniedy imitated is of' he higliest vahle: As soon ais'it had been tested and proved by the wliole world that fopi Bitters wias the purest' iest and most vilualile 'fiily' medicine on earth, many imitatitin sprung up' and hbegan to 'steal the notices'i'vwhihii the press and'the people of the coiuntry ihad expressed the merits of H. B., nud in eery way trying imlnduce suffer= ing iivinlfs' to use their 'stuff; 'instead: iepectn'?'to miake money on :thed cedit arid Jgood n'uan?i of H 'B.' MIny' others started .nostruihs pat ip in. similar style to H. B., vwith i~irioisly devised names it which the woid :l.op" r' "Hops" were 'sed in a way to induice people to believe they were the same as 'Hop* Bitte~rs: '?l such 'pretended remedies or cures,,no.matter. iwh~ ttheir style oir namiie'is, and especiallylthose wit? Ihe word ! "Hdoi''"o "HopIs" in theif i;n...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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STAGE ANECDOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

,STAG , ANECDOT .i o u;,T, A MUSIoAL composerbeing asked if he had; done anything lately,, replied that his last" work was a composition;-with his creditors.; TuNs ?.-- I?'donf eknow;,"'aid a chorus! girl in an " Olivette " troupe, the other day, "-what on earth I shall do if the sheriff really foest seize my trunks. He who steals my purse steals somethig wiorse than trash`-Li y manager's I.O.U. for back salary-bud h'b. wli*d'tkes my truniks reduces me for out~ft'to apar iof 'tights andid a blonde'ig. " :: Iz ' hie amiiusing:~'Reollections 'aii'l' Re :fldotions;" Mr.:J;iR.'Planch6,;speaking ,.f" they great basso of times gone by at Her Majesty's Theatre, says :--" Aýropos of Lablache, it .wias rifteV diiieri,yat. :;Gore House, :tlit iI witnessed his extraordinary reprpsentation of athunrstormsmyby facial expres eion. The gloom tit gradually overspread ,his countenance appeared to deepen i?ito actual daikiness and tlie terrific frowindi catedthe angry lowering oftthe tempest: 'The li...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Dynamitard and the Australian DYNAMITARD. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

The SDynaditarp and the.usjrgan. DYN AM]A1&RD. Look out. I i rour ye i We are coming your ,ay, And wid never a lie There'll be ructions some day. No fear of a failure When we come your way. AUSTRALIAT. , ; . ietch, i big'?6o'd Mlong _. Our gallows is high, S Wa havehad notaingg new a .. r .A~dba p.orfawo ....le, SWill be just in our syle; . i DYNAMITARD. If you wantsoie fiun, .XYoq'll'be~erry enough, For we'll fetch out a ton ý )I: YI2. i 4, I/ .qf some illigant:stuff. And by the Pope's toe, , :,We swill make-splinters fly, .;; " ..And;we'll give youa blow :i;,.;,: t,, ;Right straight ,up to the sky. "'AUSTRALIAN: SThauks; Pit'` 1tbhardfI'l I liink hii'wei should grin It''If~yju e d bit1j3ythe wool Just befod 'u stdr't in; For'thougi fond of our fun,L It would prove a great check . If before you beg oui e '' We triedtretchinyour neck, I

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A CHEAP POULTRY FENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

..: .:CHEA'P,OULTRY FENCE., h-"A chea'i fence' shonnldiconibine height ;add strength. If the largea-breeds are used, a lath! fece foiirhir five.feet lhgh,answers ;wl; bInt'ps the small-breeds,, are;good flyers, that activel quality sh6ild s&otb e oe'oebbrkd, 'and so .wet change the fence a little t"'siti tli~b'bcerti' usiiig a feiw' mire laths'. 'To give' si?i liafence strength, and also have it at least five feet high, without the use of boards, which are expensive place posts-in .the ground,eight.feet apart; fastenr a.strip.to.the posts eight inches abovo~the ground and anotner strip onei foot above the first. C lathin? half and nail he'ihalf pieces (which ,will be tiyo feet in leigth) i'o"the"two' strips first driving the lower ends iitbthegblroindwp oir three inches :'Next'fdsten on a stript trhe posts1 tli'ree fedt abole relio :second one, .and nail on lath, and the fence will be stronger at the bot-: tom than at the topl ithds!p'reventing dogs from .brealiig in, And ti...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Agricultural & c. EXPERIMENTING WITH WASHES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

EXPERI1klENTING WITH WASHES. William Gardnerof Sah Josd intends to use klieiseeo ?iitter taY'i 'sp?dy 'thiS sitinner . As 'this ie'coming;into usel the iethod:bf'raking it ?is appended W.'. Take;afiire-gallon bil cap ; Ipour in ·one gallon of rkeroserie' ,,50 idegrees;: three quiirtsof sw.eet:milk, a4wl three .qarts oftwater; pump from the bottom and elevate the. sprinkler above the mixture to drive the oil d6aowwardi; pump seven minutes longer and you have three quarts of te, Improve, Kefosenuq $tter, which tanids without eparating and mixes ?adily"v;th any quantity of water desired. For want ?of a betterapparatusl It use a small hand pump aid about fouir fit ofl hose, with'a co'mubh sirinkler, attached to the itoboizle to6uiix with" He also adds whale-oil soap to' make the wash stick td the trees; but iii vieýAof Itfli'. experiments of others it is well to be cautious in its use.-Los{

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Diane De Lys. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

Diane De Lys. Diane De Ly O'Ronuke sist alone moodily 'iinherjather's miansion William street. A? shadow of sadniess o'erspread heir go-as-you please countenance. The dexter finger of her right hand.sought the dimple in her off.cheek Land #retniined eihibed?ed th'ere'. (Hpr nose Iwas i"tip-tilte', , i"ia the Vital ofi a flower, hile her back hair wat donoup a l retrousse. (Nothing like detail to commence with.) " Ah, me I Would he were here I (A yard. a;d-a-half sigh.) ,-But; cruel fate liath;or-; dainied it elsewisef Woes me l Oh 01father, father !?Wh' do'you' cn6spire suchly'against yur.daughter'a happiness,.T"-. : .....- There is a knock at the door. S`Comine in."r i . 1 A youhg mn of about twebti autuimns *entersHe'ie~stltillfinfigif m tanlyinpro portidiiA,; and presents a noble pt&sehde; pnot-' 'withstanding the brick-dust that bedecks hiss hat, and slight splashes ofmortar that cliigi to his trousers I . , "Horace !" ,r;. } .s o;,,, .:; There was a collision and nn exp...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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GUIDE TO COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

'GUIDE! TO COOKERY.- AA gentlemtih had in his service a cook who could just manage: to-read and write. --One- day- he-perceived: her .taking in some monthly numbers of al (work, and, ourious to know what` could pos sibly be the subjects of the cook's eruditidn, he asked her: to let him look at the publica tion.:' Mary 'blushing, said thlatshe wished to improve in lier cooking, and that she had! been ,taking for some months, ;in parts, Cook's ' Voyages? " Our littl e awif ked s one day if wve knew -how to decorate a 'tablecloth. We told her yes. We first upset the. coffee,, then spiltthe gravy, and then added a' few dabs of mus tard, after which we commenced to fresco out a beautiful pattern in jam, bordered with treacle. We didn't finish it, the wife didn't like the pattern, and we didn't care about the way she expressed her opinion. s Salt-cellk are all very well in their'place, but the small of one's back is not the proper place for them.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Consoling. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

ConsoliffgY' A Melbourne man;-having lost confidence in banks, buried a fortune in.miningnshares,. etc., and is now in; trouble because he has. forgotten where he 'luried it.. Well, he hIas, the consolatioiiof knbwing that the different. swindles he!purch?ided into Will not have to be wound ,up =i;England.., That will, or ought to be, some satisfaction, at any rate . There is a story ýgoing the round of the, papers of a man who'talked for thirty hours. abott- himselfwithout..stopping. We will. back Harry Leopold to give him afair handi cap, and ahlicking.:'' i; i , K1' ) ! . ) Gilt-edged girls is the new name for the: ,pampered. daughters bofBMelbourne ,society.: .We understand that ?Melbourne girls have a good .many edies, and rounding them off 'with' gilt isnot a bad id?a?: '. A curly-headed, boy at Ballariatlooked out of the: window one morning-: :and: saiw the ground covered with snow, for:the first time in his ;remembrance. " My country " he exclaimed." I guess the cows 111 get...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A DOUBLE COFFIN. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

A DOUBLE COFFIN.-The remnains of an 'Englishtravelldr had been exhumed'for in terment in the, faniily; vault: When the coffin was opened we started b'ick in af fright. "Why, these appear to be the re mains of a lion," we said. "Yes," replied a nephew of the deceased, with a.sigh, ",that's the lion that ate him up; imncle's inside of him !" ". ... . Abram Santa Clara, the preaching friar, calls the wine of Alsace three-men wine. They brew a whiskey up Nlorth which could be appropriately be called four-men whiskey. It requires two men to hold the drinker down, one to pour it down his throat, and the fourth is the victim himself. We have known it take five or six, but then the doctor or the undertaker made up the party,

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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He Travels Light. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

• He'Travels Light. " Chinese "-Gordon took only a Bible and an atlas as personal baggage ron his way to Khartoum., He mapped out his conduct by. the one aud iifS1 rote' by th other. Few of. our latter-day statensmengo lforth so simply and yet so well ladeni , ) When. ,. When a woman wears a.corset, And admits tis laced too tight; When one sees a"rival's bonnet, Witlithoit?calling it a' fright; Whensie vie'ivs!the female charmer, Whose'deportmentris just right Then the menwill discontinue Taing booze and get tight.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Railway Lady-Killers. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

-: 'The lRailway! Lady.-killers.'.' There are some gents i Melbourne Wlios, a'.'aocations gWILl. n .', u ? .hs Sendi them' sometimes by raiway, ,from the couiftr 'a11d th till, Each spoyts his lirge Moaic rings, liis breast pin, andhis chaii? And, in the ste'd of'yardstick; bears a naty ,Theoobject of each fellow ifor 'we? illnot Is' but .to'capitivate as' many; victiins is he As many head-or heart-of game as possible to bag, And of his bolot afterwards tod go away and brag: ' His carriage in: the railway tiain should some fair maiden share. He eyes her sentimentally, but1 with respect' ful air; + a ) . - r From time to time he heaves a mild- and melancholy sigh . Oh I dear, how very easy]'tis without a word to lie I ! : A length the object of his wiles he ventures 't'oio~st. Says that the'clay'is wve? dr fihe;,or there will be a frost. And then too many. answer him-the base, perfidious one--, Engage in conversation, and are consequently done ..... Remarks, when once'they're answer'...

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THE STORY OF A DUEL. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

l THE R STORY OF A'DUEEL.;' ; Thc French Lifei Gards (gardes du corps) under"'the, Restoration .,had; got . into, bad odour likehe, Tenth,, forty years since.- A label w.as' posted on thlieir barracks: "'Fab. rique de flats argentes q ui ne vont.pas au' feu;" 'a singularly unjust sarcasm,-for in'o 6rps hadi bettieeason to boast of the bravery ofo its members. - O.ne, of them, the Vicomte de S. was -talk ing to a friend in the green-room of, the opera on. a,. ball night, ,when all of, a .suddenhi stranger riished upon him, and without say ing aw.rd, gave him aboxn the ear.: ,W Whi'l' "everyone was lostain astonishmenit ad teiror,, at, the:jproblble, results, the ag, greasor (anAmerican) cried out: " Oh dear m'el lave made a mistake-accept my besl :pp ogieSir" . . I" Apologies, were out, of the question. The iront could only be expiated by blood. A' duel ensued the next morning, and the Ame rican was wounded in the arm.r i "'My name,!' said he to the Vicomte who had spared him, "is -....

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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OUR ILLUSTRATION. ELLA. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

OUR ILLUSTRATION. BY E. H. Where Ella' with her father dwelt, , Beside the Yerrib stream, With her brothers Hal and'Will,., In the house beside the'mill,; i Life'was a:pleasarit dream; , i,Where Ella with :her fathiei dwelt, i:! eside the!Yerrib-streainý':i In the, time of singing birds,, , When.the roses were in bloom;, :* . Dore ,Gilbert came to Merribi :, , :In thelvalley of theaYerribi, !Neae the:hills of;Yaroom.; i In the time of singing birds, Whenthe roses were in bloom..-: In November's leafy days, SWhen the lilies robe in white,; Wh': iixias istad in plsies, :?i . " With tulip' and the roses, ii right and beauteous.sight'; n November's leafydays, .. Whe the lilies robe in. white; If a sweeter bud'bloomed there, In tho time of leaf and song; Ad Bore ' took, lf'Bov er's ways, To win'thi? maiden's prize, ' We canniiot deem him .wrong,. If a sweetei bud bloomed there, "' In i:etime of leaf leafand song. As sunimmerd nerday ena er Thioiighglades of greenwood sheen, Down beside t...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Mine-d what you're at. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

Mine-d what you're at.. The Barrier Ranges promise to be hathrow in for our Collins street brokers shortly. ' We wishto draw intending investors' notice to the .three degrees of mining speculation :-Posi. tive-mine; comparative-miner; auper-la. Stive--minus,

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Aarqtiae. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 28 June 1884

The teetotallers are telling a story now of a toper who can heat a bucket of water in ten minutes by just sticking his nose into it. This'would be the.sort of man for, the tea. fights.; They would only require his ,nose to keep the teapot going well. A well-known captain of volunteers, not far' from Melbourne, who is a brewer, re ceived the attached note as an excuse from a sergeant for absenting himself from parade : "June 2nd, 1884.-Captain - : Please ex cuse my non-attendance, as your ale has amade me so stout I cannot get my close to .meet.-Yours respectively, Sergeant Brown." A: A ADISGUSTED SERENADER. ;'A youth went forth to serenade Th'~.ldy~whom he loved the best, , And .passed beniicati the mansioi's shade Where erst his, charmer used to rest. He warbled till the morning light r.. Came dancing o'er the hilltops"rim, But no fair:.maiden blessed his.sight,. And all seemed dark and drear to him, ° `'With heart aglow and eyes ablaze He 'drew much nearer than before, When, to hi...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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STAGE ANECDOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 July 1884

. STAGE ANECDOTES. A commercial traveller,,with a package of samples under his arm,:determined to attend a certain concert .without having to 'pay a -cent. . Just as he,.was passing the man at the door, that. gentleman detained the corn 'mercial' traveller and said, -"Ticket.?' "I hav'nt got any' ? "Then you will have to pay "or ,you can't go in.'! 0 ".All right, the performance can conie off this'eveningwith out my, solo on the flute;:" " 'Beg your par don--didn't know you: were a performer' Go right on in' THE PAINTER AND THE CLowN.-? eturnD 'idg' from,Marseilles,, Carl Vernes .had for his,.companion in~ the stage-coach, a stout, country-fed: looking.gentlemnn,. whose face presented a suitable' subjeqt;for a caricature. 'When the Itravellers had.alighted ini order to ascend on' foot a hilly ;part of the rood, the painter:juniped, over a ditch,. and turn ing. round to the stout gentleman he asked ,him, withi.a smile: "Could you',jump like that?"?' .Theother madedn6 'reply. ...: I b...

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Some Experience in the Militia. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 July 1884

Soine Experience mI te Mmltia; When the Militia fev'ert · 'aat its worst,,I caught the:diseas pgrctty)bad,,and longed.to, be a protector of our hearths a'd? omes, our 'lenroosts,:ind our potatolplots, and various other ~,hings. So, with fire in my eyes, and aliibition in my'liart, I tackedf6our sbles on' my boots, combedup my hair, and wentforth to be measured. I was about half an inch too short, buta : stretch, which started my back bone out of joint; in several places, reached rt;e up, and tliey handed me over to a: doctor;,who :mauled my tongue about, and discovered that I had one lung gone, heart' disease' scrofuli, "aiid religious' mania;, but, as this was an' improvement on the average applicant, they passed me in. M?ayb"'I 'did feel preitjt uppish when I stood in the rank's, with, a belt round my waist, and a bread knife at my side. If any imbecile old Russian had come along just then, to wrest. these colonies from-Her Most Gracioi`s Majesty, things' would have gone rather ha...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Liberty of the Press. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 July 1884

The Liberty of the Press. " We haien't aily need of your services," said the :managing editor of this paper to a reporter who had been at work only a week. " That's `atlher saidden,' isn't it ?" replied the startled.reporter. ;" Haven't I done all Ihad todo?" Y! "You shave done the work, but; not pro perly, sir." ." Well, you wrote up Mrs. Parvenue's ball, and there wasi': ot ' sword' ablut' it beinig a' brilliant affair. ; ?' "That's just atit wasn't." T , ',',The lady, siri es several copies of this' paper,' and her. hu and has his printing done in '6ur offic?ind ordinary dommoni sense should teach: you~ ~Pnderstand your duties under the cireumstances." "No excuse is necessary, sir. Then you brought' in 'an article on the arrest of young nMr.; Fresh for, drunkeqqness... Hisfather is one of our patrons, and we have a sufficient indepenidenweetoidisrsgar&,the wishes of the" curious public. to get an item of.news when ouripatrons are interestedin iits suppres. "I undeustand -...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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SUDDEN FORTUNES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 July 1884

SUDDEN' FORTUNES. [Few things are so fascinating to read as stories of fortines suddenly ihiade. They, lend to the adventures of miners in gold'or.' diamond fields an interest possessed by en terprises of no other kind; they also impart: a most seductive glamour to accounts pub-; lished in continental newspapers of prize., winners in big lotteries. When the French` lirituil'state ldtetries were abolisheiuin 1837;? a writer of some distinction, M. Alphonse Karr, protested energetically against what; he called a hardship for the poor. His de-. fence was curious. "For five sous," he said,' " the most miserable beings may purchase the chance of becoming a millionaire; by sup pressing this chance, you take away the ray of hope from the poor man's life.' A few examples of luck.mayinduce the reader who sees no signs'ofi ealth on his path just yet, never to despair. • At the beginning of 1870, the Hotel des Reservoirs at Versailles was for sale. It was the largest hotel in the city; but as ...

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