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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 30 May 1885

dsRptini of Gn rnt executeda Firstc S ty e wit O c DAspaith; and'f Moderate Fe t th O jeeQ .New8 L) Dtm mad to st h: tiN ppy p n every effort is smadtif int or rge .dvettisemenns-Iand r?.ow _.-_o ? (mo o? m <! .

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Gun-boat Running the Gauntlet. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 30 May 1885

Gun-boat Running the Gauntlet. From an illustrated article bf-Rear-Ad. miral Walke in the "Operationsýof the western Flotilla" in the January 4Century, we quote the following :-: ,; if " Having received writtenorders from the flag-officer, under date of March 30th, I at once began to prepare the Carondelet for the ordeal. All the loose material atland was collected, and on the 4th of-'April the decks were covered with it, to protect themagainst plunging shot. Hawsers and chain cables were placed around the pilot-house and other vulnerable parts of the vessel, and .evry,preaution,,wasiadoptedttoprevent. disaster. A coal-barge laden with hay and coal was lashed to the part of theqport side on which there was no iron plating, to,po: f't- Ahfia'g zi~nz'.?n i Aid it was truly said that the old Carondelet at that time re sembled a farmer's wagon prepared for market. The engineers let the escape.steam, though the pipes aft, into the wheel-house, to avoid the puffing sound it made when blow...

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

i Dinie Mih Stong butter. A cou n a-sea-The milking stool. H ig s bppbation-Applause from the Young llercy n't mind addition, but they spie; l"Of three. A Scotch paper advertises boys' jackets as defying anything to beat them. The young man who always finds some thing good in th pee pp ,iheho arihis lunh?l wri a ped up in it, -.. "Then, I suppose, Miss Strongmind, you and Mr. Sparrow are soon to be man and wife-?-"NTo;-sir"-womananti hihsbW !'-' Boy-" 'Erald, sir d 2 Od Gent-" Yes, and I'll take the lto'" Bv-" Can't spare 'em; kee'ps 'em .aVo e{ ages." . What's the diffeiince"",'en the lower part of the leg4nd last ?ear's0omet ? One's' shin and bone and the other's--been--and shone, 1itC t "Vp , I'ni describing a newyorgan, a rural musi al critic says : "The swell died away in a derili clous, siuffocation, like. one; singing Ja' sweet song under tie bedclothes." A' debating''tociety has desdideid'fhl there is mornie pleasure' in seeingi 2man'thiied'I needle'than' in watching a womn'...

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

A Oonceale(&Weapon. Wihy do you refuse to live ,vith your wife? enquirec' tile judge of Dennis Mul .Bekase lIm il dhliread av.. e loife'wid 'her. : IHow is your life eniulanoeioil? s.h? stleals oin e, yer honoir id a concayled. weapon. Bihe has it On her person now,, , . It's a falsehood, i..juie! The trith's niot in him!. sliouted' is' Midaulch.: Silence, :woman, said the jude. Constable, lias any conhcealted weapon ben found on this woman. .No yer honoir 'Whani do i "n meani b saying that your -wife. carries a coincealed weapon. lV ait do I imane is it. If ye were niairied tolihei ye d know I mane. . Can t the court find it out without get ti i iiaiirriedto to er. X Yon can, yer honor.. Just say some tlinig: to raise her tinnpJi. aiid ishe'll i-L sciew that olbld:wooden leg of lieis aind clane out tlie,: court. . :The M. A Mail says:-A shoemaker in Castlemanine, Mr Zinkler, is at-present nilnking the. largest pair of boots et niade, it is' believeed, in the colony? They. a...

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

Go 'long, Chiarlie yofre foolin me now ;, SYo'relld'f;i'td wish'ih I'd eyour ;' -,Jwife."-. I tr * iil f159XS M)O IDon't.tickla infmeS; Ihdon',tlike iti iy6ouknow SThat you're flirt, J-could just be~fyjife:. Leai goa ml y o hand,. nd'<ar e u m u e1 ; NoT I'm isureit?iever amade eor; ' ,r. wais.50)b jfj r. rii j/» r ? v 1 4foij So-jus s.ou. leave .o; .you're awfully-,slow,, Toere'now, you needan t i e insuch kaastec Slong iyou o Im not spony likPe I '**you,' i-!Yrfr " W;'! Tmi f~Ir T!, , AndfLm notigoing:to 'low ryoua[kiss-- ; WVell, can't youitake one if it!pleade.y.qu tp?, I I shan''t .speak ,toyoutafter.this.., [You don't want to marry, it's fily your fun, i! A.nd ,mpobt -goihg:to issiver-y.yoi'yes."', I ?doint wan-t;to0rest;my headon yourvest; Si'vegot better manneirs, gue§s. Do squeezed mei like tha;; youre ad lly' I !rude';o ?n l . . i . • .... .. .. ' It's,no unet:oask'me td:name'any.diay-* ,: Oh. Charliej don't.go, dear, Ineversaid inp,'n ! !And'I s'pose you must, ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Parody on "The Burial of Sir Jonn Moore." [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 30 May 1885

Parody on " The Burial of Sir Jonn Moore." Not a laugh was heard, not a rollicking shout As we bore our friend home on a shutter ; For-he'd-spent-all-his-money-on-Guinness' stout 1 f:t N OI And we picked himimngin,,tkelgutter. We carrie djiii l fgl deadi6d.fiiglt , Along the street homeward returning, Lighted along by the fickering light Of the gas lamps dimly burning. He wore no clothing but trousers and shirt, And a comforter wrapped around thir y4 And he lay P .Ui.a ai whod .i-bldtin And dof tih dliyddrnk as wefound hi We co di.t' qiife catch what he seemed to Isay, But we gazed on .his face with sorrow:@.-. As W thought of the pains ins ihis-heao sex wAd we sighed as. we thought of the mri?bow. \ e ad;ibut just reached his housea'iih the Wh lun the clock chimed the hour-of three. His wie inthlie gateway snggestedsthe air "1'x waiting, myilarling, for th?e'e: We dellined: er request'o come instay By remarkit " The hour was1." ''l en slowly did sadly we all w _wa And there fim hie...

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

:Inall the German ports on the Baltic the greatest attention is given :to the present state of Anglo Russian ielations, as the o'utbreak of war would not fail to exert the most far-reaching influence on all the eports from Flensburg to ,Mcmel. Dealingig with this: subject the o'Voss Gazette publinhes an article fromi a naval correspondent :which. deserves -special' notice at the) preseitl mominnt,: as giving a Gernimn .opinion. on ': the :chances of British naval operations against Russia. The writer says:---"In all thei rBntish naval ports the work of preparing, the: fleet for the Baltic is being pushed on with feverish activity. If war breaks out England will attack her enemy at the most vulnerable point; and by blockading the Russian ports on the Baltic she will close the most important channels of the Empire's commercial life. There is hnot the slightest doubt that England can put an effective blockade of the'Russ;an coast into operation immediately after the breaking up the ice...

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

Oh, how I=long to roam about," And :' ieath:::ei? the .tlie.nli iini. And iheliel my little biirow out.`. Insteiid of this armchair . 'Tis weaty sittiil eer still, Liteninbg to thetialk; While sister Jaine ind brother Will Are going out fora nwilk Soaniins the3 heel me doin the:I Amoiing theifudeieffloe irs; And often to niyself I Palk; Sitting there frlior. : - Ithlitik ino I used to play " Witi: Will at hat 'ud b ll A: Aiofitatf1 'ad uiiluccyil iy I g io that dienidful fall. ; Olh tihen i)f limbs wevfe stout and strong, Myhe b tcu iv'filled t ith joy; ow.here .I.it the iwhole day ong, A loaely crippled bob And bere I sta' and vitti the bees, Aid :iork among the flowerst: While the jiuple-eyed heart's ease, Staresist' me for hours. An ii? the feice tle .robi sits bitsai d svweetlysings . And'down the path the swrallow f its, With dust) p.iple 8ing ':s. "All abuill b it i o Rejokinig in tlenlii I'lonei ny duty shirk; . VWhityeii have I:di ne ? Oh, mothei, mother;vhere are you? Oh, t...

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

Our Climate. From W,^ ltorscrt'R,.,lh rto. I take this ooplportntlity''f statiing rInv opinian of QtidirenseiY: ir i a hiath.re opr:t that it in perfect uin i 't! ýtýc!Wnr'iiI whiti4 thie debiit~itteqI, either in pursurit of business or horom cnniwtititioiiaI. weak IHCsH, may retii'ii to healto : totl1iOAC ill nearch of health, with streIngthl corn biiied, I say, withoit; ajiy hlesitatioii comIC to Queeisditf. '

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

sai,.?' ? ·; · ~ .:...·.. • .. ,,, :i ? '' ? UPpLEMENIARY ELECfORAL LISTS. ISSUE OF ELECTOIWR <4 ' It is& '-;' - vtified that. e i nfg ,tti hav?/i pýý:cnroheler j o tJn ýi I ° ' . ably, ;w "beeeL Ifi onune ppehlu q;, l-mnt- foM., t Qbtcin 1,1 tong Bights f JIilm1' tor'their ie jpevtiv'e Divi& Chief Secretary. Cbief Seeretf y's Office, Melbvrrne, 15th, .day, 1885. rtimpbundlngs. ,7 ENSING'IO~'L.-Tmpounded,' 2ithiay,?i ..1885, by !'1r I'liomat Knapp-,:i .. Two led and White Heifer CALVES,, no visible brnds. ;: '"If notcl:nimed na:lall cxpen'es paid, to We sold on Fr'day, 19th June, 18$85, at nniiiri: A. K. MOLLTER, Poundkeeper. Public ot otic , s. , " ; A"1AM ,, GUSHINGTON and i'er MJi2: - Accomiplished Daughters,' Fashioniable Cicerones, Tender, the advantages of, ;their. ,company: duiring the winter to any family, whose rural antecedents were incompatible. with the:. ac qi'izement of an elegant urbun polish. Ad. dress Squash Row, Queensecliff. H. Griesseli...

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The Concert by the Members of the Torpedo Corps. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 30 May 1885

",???oftthe : Torpedo- Gorps ? ". Tth proli'oters the large atten lane ?.t,lheeýlamateur- concert on Thullnrddr evening must have been ext.reielyv iti" f iiig,'nlid "will doubtless rerult in ;,n very slbsetantial sutL bein lhanled n?.ac tl,. ti.e +.hl, w Iof their late o'mfradle. True to tlieir colors, the- Clifhitea, a~ anticipated, rallied round to tile call' of eliafrity, the :sp:cious hall being wefl fille.d anl th audiieece .ppearo i fnlly to. appreciate ,the efforti. ut: fr.1 vwa'i'? fnir. hiraua (1m"& `' nfv ·C.'Ir r.;,;?' tLt Q, ducing in to n .etach. iiimbero dthe. audience. On. tihe whole the singing was quite up to theaver'a Ie amateCr 0o, cert performance, thouh thile acodn9tic defects of the building rather m'irried: th?e. otlherwise good effect. +'.This .was? ?e: cially:: obiiervable i, the v?lidt I? lainl. mimicry elfforts, or Por in';e·i . imier; Whose id ermin of the beils lio, lw.er, leas excellent.:; Indezd ini each in~tsnatde "the performlts. seemed to i ...

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

i Borough Council.: An adjourned meeting..of. the oduncii was held onFriday, 22nd M2py' Present' rCs. Cuzenis.(in the; chair),Arkins, Baille Cottier, and Iiankin.i iThe Town Clerk -reportedrthe result-of interi view? with' the Governmeniit espec'ting public buildin ??, thegt ,f whiich has aliradyf been published. He also; read a report drawn ,,,up by iMr Craig, who accompanied 'him On thtliit 1i ~s moved by Cr Oizens aind seconidedb Ci Arkius,- "That a poitionof Anci - pal:reserverin Ilease street begranted to the goveir"nient-for thebereetin"'ofa=i;ost and telegrap hoffice the:exact poitn of the buildiig. to Tbe determied when plans have.,ben "received:"--Carried, Moved by:Cr:Cuzenis, seconded ; CrOr Rankin-That a; ground .plan of the .municipal buildings required be sent to Mr Levien, and that 'pliii shewing the accommodation required, and harmonis ing with the other: public buildingS, be prepared liythe Public. Woiks Depart ment. Carried. R e Bowling Green S& letter was r...

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

Learmonth street South. The value of property on the Cliff depends in a great measure on the sea view obtainable. In up country towns gum trees are planted in the streets so as to afford a pleasant relief to the citizens. They give cities a rural aspect. But iere there is no need for them, and even the soil objects, for limestone and eucalypti do not agree, hence! the stunted growth and dog's hind: leg shapes of the trees bordering the garden fence between' Mercer and Learmonth streets. Where the eucalypti is indigei ous it grows to a towering shapely. height, but the limestone here produces a comparatively dwarfed and sickly tree. No other town in the colony would permit unshapely gum trees to obstruct an unsurpassed ocean view, as is the case in Learmonth street south. Ask the opinion of; any householder in the locality in question, and lie would say that he preferred an ocean view to the ad -appearance of a number of gum trees, and that they ought to be re moved. On the other han...

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

A Fieni h linro osal. The no icesthat,appear from"time to time in the datly3 bpe*,-?tating tliat`ohn Smith or Thomas Brown has applied to the Patent a if wikngF o1 toast rack, a fe not read with much interest by the ge?:iijd~lr d. Adiin?idE6f;Ini plica tion by William.-Henry-Kruse for a "new a d i rovegdý od oqf al~1ineoleo has consequently been passed over by most peoplecasla.thidig !of anoimport; and Lto'~he great bulk of our readers would not appear to be fraught wi i-ntereit. We have, how ever,1TIYU U dm £1eiEdti ch1 eis tic of this paper inquired closely into the matter, an ih11rve, We rerit, tb ninforif d'eaiAt, who war hird eagas and frig their hair_ that under this seeminlyl harmless announce men t ear' ds i ?d de M ruse, the inventor, who,y hisiiame, is seemingly a German and pospý"py ay.Nihilist, describes in the specification lodged at the Patent office the madiier?i&i.:ihidohbo eTproposes to destroy one of the dearest privileges of that afi'W 1 n?ai areful s?!y.4...

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

Publi, Library. An adjourned meeting of, the library coninlittee was held on Wednesday night. The Rev. John Gardner oce' pied the chair.. After. sone rou tine business, ;Mr 'Jordan informelc tmhe meetling of the result -of his intervriew with Mr Berry, who pro!t'ised to uIw.l the library, in building to the extent ol about L500. payable in yearly votes. A discussion then ensued ini regard to theP ites Mi' Si.Ni,kin' tientinicd that if L .e iibrary were removed to the nmuii cipal reserve, the expense of a care taker would he neeessarv. On the motion of the Rev. Mr Wllkinson, it was decided to call a special connmittde meet. ing for Friday, the 29th May, to confer with *tlhe.trtIsteep of the property as to the advisability °of building on the :pre sent:' site or having the library on the mumncipal reserve. Seconded by. Mr Sheehan and cnii'ried. One of the com unittee regretted that at a recent meeting it had beon car'ield against a minority of two-of whlich he formed the half-that tio...

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

SWEET V. SOUR CREAM, A test was recently begun in a popular ik or ceese-ma ing, as compare with that of churning the;cream after it became sensiel o ~, an.Jleavingthe butter-milk to go t?_?tAvt? ti h @vhey~ lSelian'ary} to a mot t ls,-??h crem hi _ _tkdn t the night's milk on alternate mornings was treated by the twd hiiethods, and the butter produce? sub? l to th,@xaminion of exper t e not'ihngf th iq ory or char: f tffe buttV" efkept'' hit they ceuseee-n44-every-case-that-produced-by the sour m hod,was pronounigeO superior in every important~'pa tibi lar,? rid very espe cially in those of fltvour.andcolour, no artir several times repeated, that no advantages to be didCF diiif ? hesive~t otestm-method would compensate for the difference in quality that the Tr6hir iild more elaborate tests co te latedr hvA ,een abs donedp - ~Y~~'C n4irMlljiii jO 6 VitJf

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING Drysdale Races. MONDAY, MAY 25th, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 30 May 1885

SPORTING Drysdale Races. MONDAY, MAY 25th, 1885, The annual meeting of the Drysdalo Racing Club took place on Monday last. Spccial trains from Quteenscliff and Geelong conveyed t, the course a very fair number of visitors, and there were On the racecourse about 5'SN spectators. Every. provision was made by Mrs Martin, of the Buck's Head h.el0, for the accommodation of the publi^., the re. fi'eshment booths being st cked with th? best. of evei'rthitig. "The racing was of a hiilily in iere ting character, and the follo,- ing are the iresults:-. MAIDEN.. PLATE. O .8 sonv? one mile. T.,Bjwler's bg Thanet, 4yra, 8st 1llbs (Burns) ... 1 Stoit's President, 8st illbs (Selby) ... 2 Smhith's No Commission, 8st I lb (Chirgwin) 3 Won by a head, a tableclolh *ould have covered the three. Time-lmin l51sec. Tows PLATE Of 12sovS; one mile and a l'alf. "Mahoney's Bezique, 7st 31b (Hotchin) ... 1 Mianing's Jackdlaw,,7st 71b (Whelan) ... 2 Taylor'b Moscow, .st 71b (Burr) ...3 Jackdaw led till within 3...

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Correspondence. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 30 May 1885

*: Correspondence. -:0: To the Editor. Sir,--Coukl any of your readers in form me w'hat the Minister of Defence in hisv wisdcom has thought fit to put into that bricktop building inside the battery wall known as the keep. Are they wild. beasts or are they human? One of tlhem must be musical, judging by' the way that the favorite air " peek-a boo" is wafted by the breeze over the Cliff every evening, andthey make night hideous to the residents of the Cliff in the immediate vicinity of the battery by their unearthly yells. If it is for want. of food, perhaps some of our butchers might take the hint i.nd pop them in a lump of beef now and again. Better still, the Tnspector of Nuisances might be laid on their track and see if he could not do something to mitigate the evil. I am, etc., We have-it on good authnrity that. an edict will shortly issue from the Vatican prohibiting the Roman Catholic clergy from celebrating marriages be'tween tlho? of their own cre?ed and Protestants, excepit ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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True Love Requited. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 30 May 1885

Throug e na o houe and in every room there was a stillness most pro foun d;,,it is not such as comes whenp sleep makes peace with all the worid, not such as comes in the long juiet afternoons of summer; it was that painful stillness in which we, feel the shadow of death and the chill of the tomb. Softlythe)footsteps)of waiting wo-; men fell upon the carpeted stair ; the muffled hinges of the door turned on their noiseless pinions ; the whispers of the watchers are hushed;, theilamps,through out their shaded light as silent'a the! stairs' land{ over all the spell of stillness higtrinemlig'in the air, -i 'oiiebroomrliy :hel'dyin: one'waitibi for the angels tq come and take her gentle spirit back td-thb9hou'se k whence 'it had wandered to the earth to. akeiit more like heaven. She was ybiou ard' beautiful, and death's cold handso .near h?er"face had not yet left it;: m~ilak l??'' h'o'i'l?haid, and' i'oldmg her hand in his, stood her hustband in the glory of his manhob'd and strength, b...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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A Smart Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 30 May 1885

A Smart Commercial. Once upon a timiether was a commercial traveller who mets lovely girl." She belong ed to a family hb h had' everything they .wanteand-she ias.the one;womain to whom le aner'w ited to sell anythi She re. u\rne Affection. So novel wasthe sensation 6f meating a force he could not cope 'with, so entirely strange .th6 feeling of 'being conquered aiid siubdued, that he could not tell the old gehtleman anything about it. It was a case where he could not combat op position; even his ingenious brain could not fashion any plot which should overwhelm ,the.evident-predilection-the-family-had' against him. But,she loved him, and that was' all. 'she:, tld.le'r father, who kept a ,,drappyy?inthis.city.,The.old.gentleman's• hair rose in wrath. He stormed. " What,.lt ylou marry hat w indbag, that swivel-tongued, black-cheekedthing. Never. You may die an old niaid. bu~nay select a husband from the benovolent:asylum, but this gas generator, never;l' . , `'But, pa,"t want to marry, ...

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