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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 13 June 1885

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Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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American Co's Hop Bitters are the Purest and Best Bitters ever made. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 13 June 1885

American do'sil Ipi ittesrs'.at the Purest" and- `''Bedt Bitter m ;They, are 4 jUij Hps, xllili Buchou, 'jil 9akqjax Dulalion-the&ol dif esttbest; and,ýtirostabaluable eriitcdic?~ircs'iii'`ht.:"'' world, and'contain all the' best'aiit Linos i : rative properties~of all ot1rhr;ri~iimdiccl sifriih %theigreateste B1pod-PudrifiJ, LiverRul1i and Life.:andi Health:Restoring. Arent "it earthioNo~ .diseisp:ilor ill-healtlhcan possilil}% ` -lpnk (ixist wlihcnr' theyl ae' itusa so -=' vari i an perfect: area their opi rations-. S; Ihepgtvc nee v liferanodvigor to'-the a'g' I aunc infirm . r.To t1 whose employmen ec~ut can :iUTe~ulaiity of tbc bowels or ulrnary orrrgnd.1 or: wh require an :appetizcr; Toniic; sui'ri mid d JStimulant, I-op Bitters areiinvnluahl B eb; bet o' highly, i curati ve,,tonic: an d' stiinulatin-g- I '` out lntoxlcating.r 1 ,ý d ; rt ;I oN 'iatter ii hat yoyur feelings or symptom~s' `' } arei what the dmaese .or ailment is, use ·.lh'li: Bittcs ,Don't ')aii utiyon ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bowling Green. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 13 June 1885

Iit .f i ,'Ti 1 &1O iUtor 1,91" L /i :+. It ( fring the ý"at ek active oj^i I n W 'b d e n clj rclh oiIW ' o t 'N ' an f CR' t 1' Cg *I1ff1tr6'S T I iy, :litan 1 i o eof t hb feia"'tP'1 a§' " " a wil havetobeovedbM; to p a: ushion thezwork>sspeitTiitliý«}e i F; p an twiieathegr agfý ~r is fa1vorsbf hopeS to f i '' i Nveern troiieov sH,. 'h nitted "llhe4; wi)1ý;j~" b btin;e'mPuvl.D8oand tha Sport .)hi'nieThhA 'i ' tra deii'spce·al cfortt: tobli L sr9tnls ntn l t ° ba ks,,endsat$"er will=. tiie l tfi-kJ1lilai.i·tbl) li7;:7YI! fe t It isrcotplltAtditliat4000;#ý:i{'lý'bf'' · Ai e1 vI tohabe:moved tbe l pt ' hn t 111: tohe bon the woreen$s an etd ainchuf1i 'r~ I if the wpother is faeriable, Ihopesetoeii.ct I th eecl sow~u .in aL. me i~thlB tirlle, s aucl "thne'n~i: · ,the ground w~ill be~ni-l ln ýirigl d dez early ·ý\ i ` "';` t` ':Y~~ i : November. It'iS estimtted tltat·th'.`'costl-i i}t'}'-' ' .; "rn· :; d tbout4 18F,·.and~he! Spdrts6,1qIul~r tt ; pf the boorlin; green andl;...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 13 June 1885

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. DoiESTICATED.-Certainly, home is the dearest spot on earth. It cost us twice as much to keep one as it would if we lived alone in a boarding house. : SOUDAN.-We are not aware that any of our. war correspondents fell a victim to any disease' whilstin the Soudan ; most of them, however, suffered from Rumor-tism. OUSEHOLDER.-NO. When coal is pur chased, it does not always go to the buyer; it more often goes to the cellar. 'A YoUNG MOTHER sends us a poem upon "Baby." It is certainly agem; and we are. sorry that we have not space for the whble of it; the only fault we have to tind'with it, aundit is a fault common 'to "all y"ouiig witers, is tliatff sacrificing melody to hard sense. The third stanza is a striking instance of this: "' Doxery doodle-um dinkle-um dum, Tum to its mozzery mu'zery mum; !;. Tizzery izzery boozery boo, No baby so sweet and so pitty as on." PAT asks how to get over single blessedness. We don't know, unless he proposes to Bridge it. AMRo...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Her Pa's Boot. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 13 June 1885

S Her Pa's Booth 'Her fairy form, .Her modest face, .Her charming air, SAndwinning grace Enchanted all The lads in town, f," < And each one loved Jemima Brown. SShe oft was called The village pride, -And for her love I? long had sighed. I; said I'd know No joy inlifetill she'd "onsent to be my wife. She 'Blushed quite red and said " Oh, la," and then referred me to Her pa. His manner was both rude And rough, and when he spoke his tones .Were gruff. I asked him then in accents .Blandtogive to me his daughter's hand. For answer he gave me his foot en Casedwithin this cowhide booti .,

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 13 June 1885

NOW BEADT. !ic Zpnoo, 3y7 Post ightpeoce. A NEW WORK ON T HE ,ll REPRODUCTIVE ORGANS BY J. POULTON. The above work is a popular treatise on ODUCTIVE ORGANS, showing their Construction, Functions, nad the Deraeents to which thoey are liable. book is one whieh may be with advantage by all who are Sobtaining mnormation on a subject whic ght to form a portion of the dueatio f the !ulo sex. A know. ledge of this ubject is undoubtedly of incalculable value as by it many of the ills hich aictafter lifo'e may be avo-l4ed or remedied. Copies will be forwarded under strict cover to any address on receipt o poste stamps issued by any of the colones. . J. POULTON, 186 BOURKE STREET EAST, MELBOURNE. G RATEFU L-C0 MF ORTING. EPPS'S COCOA. BREAKFAST. thorough knowledge of the natural lawswhich Govern the operations of digestion nntrition; and by a careful application Sthe line properties of well-selected cocoa, Mr. Epps has provided our breakfast tables delicately flavoured beverage which save us ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Honest, but Poor. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 13 June 1885

Honest, but Poor. Here is a story about a friend of mine called Charley, that he used to tell himself : Many years ago, in the ,good old days, when E---- was one of the best ,known and jolliest of Melbourne editors, he and Charley "made a night of it," in Sandhurst. They got to their hotel, and inasmuch ~s Charley was in a much better condition,' at least in his own estimation, than E- , he put the latter to bed, tucked him in nicely, and hav ing seen that he was apparently sound asleep, for safe keeping he took charge of his purse and watch, and started to slip .quietly out.of the room.... He,.had just. got the door open without unnecessary creaking, when he was startled at the voice of his friend from beneath the bed clothes._ "Well, what is it, old man ?" "Where's my purse ?" "Here it is, E- , all safe," said Charley; guiltily tuckingsit into E--'s handaunderp " the bed clothes. .BE- clutched the purse and layso perfectly still that Charley thought he:was sound asleeponce more.. ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Police Court. Tuesday, 9th June. (Before Mr Heron, P.M., and Messrs C. C. Simpson and E. Cuzens, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 13 June 1885

Police. Court. Tuesday, 9th June. (Before Mr Heron, PM., and Messrs 0. ':C. Simpson and E. Cuzens, J.P.) John Dunn (not the Zulu chief) was !charged by the police with del. trems. Dunn,' who pleaded guilty to the offence, spoke earnestly for his libera :tion, stating that he had been a week in gaol already, and as he intended to tnrn over a new leaf, he expressed a hope that the bench would discharge him, and be would benefit by his incarcera tion. Under the circumstances, the re quest was granted. Thomas Rincaid, on bail, appeared to answer a charge of larceny. Superin tendent Toohey appeared for the pro secution, and Mr P. B. Dwyer, solicitor, from Geelong, for the defence. The first witness called was Herbert Hum phrey, a carpenter, employed at Swan Island, who proved that on the morning of the 29th ultimo, he missed his purse, containing two sovereigns and 10s in silver. He slept at a boardinghouse on the same night and in the same room as defendant. The purse recovered he ident...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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He Wasn't There ! [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 13 June 1885

iHe:Wasn't.There I --Uncle Jack (who has been all :round the world) is called upon for a story at' dinner, and those who know himi whisper" to those L'who don't. "Now yod'll heia' one of his thrilling adventures." Hebegins.; ,".It was during'ad elephant hunt.'" The hunters be came separated. ' Not a sound distirbed the' stillness of the `African ijungle. No 'ripple stirred' n 'the bosom .of the.pool surrounded by, huge trees and-bushes, where a herd of about: 60 elephants came down to drink: The tree branches were too high to admit of climbing, and the venturesome ihuniter hi such a :position would be sure to. either be. trampled to death under their huge feet, or dashed to peices by their t&iinks." (Every-? one trembled and thought "'what' a brave man' Uncle John was to get into. such frightful danger.'.') "A skilful shot would kill one, 'and 'then-a fierce lion, savage with hunger, sprang from the thicket and ,Mood lashing his tail, while a lioness ap peared behind. There ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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Ahead of Him. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 13 June 1885

Ahead of Him. The Rev. Mr.-- , now a member of the Wesleyan Conference, began his ministerial career in a small country town. He there. preached at three different places each 167 day, which gave him fifteen miles' travelling. He rode horse-back at first, but finding his mare too light to easily carry his weight, he purchased a light buggy, and, much to his comfort, discovered that his horse possessed eonsiderable. speed. One Sunday; ,-while gbing from one church to another, he over took a man, also in ahbuggy, driving a fine animal. As our friend was iii a hurry he passed the stranger, who kept close behind him until a long stretch of good road was reached; then he heard his fellow traveller urging his horse, and-befdre `he'kh'eevlit he wvas taking part in a spirited trotting match, fin which the stranger came off sedond best. On reaching a bit of rough road.both slowed up, and the stranger sung ouit-,i ~~ "? That's a good mare you've got, my friend. Does she belong to you?" '" No,...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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The Career of Man. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 13 June 1885

The Career-?of Man. There be but little in life tfolive for. The world is a hollow mockery?,full of troubles, trials and bad:piano players. :' We go forth in the morning full of hope and come home at night full of bad whisky. We dabble in politics and bet all our wealth on the leading man, and the other fellow getteth elected; and we are left to mourn. We marry for wealth, and our girl's old man assigns. We deny ourselves many things in order to lay up some cash in the bank; and the bank busteth. And in an evil hour, when we dream' not of' it, the merchant presenteth a bill-for our wife's new bonnet, and the shop and the stock goeth under mortgage to pay it.' Wo unto manl Of how little consequence is his joy. In infancy he is full'of colic and soothing syrup, and in youth he goeth about with tight boots and a corn. In the evening of life he lieth down full of rheumatism, aches and anti-bilious pills.' 'The' places that once knew him know him now only by the promissory'notes and ac c...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"Our Boys." [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 13 June 1885

"Our Boys." And so "Our Boys" are coming back from diitant battle plain. They'll soon be home, and much we hope 'tis there they williremain. . Suppose the war had broken out; suppose the Bear should roam: Our heroes then would much regret they hadn't stayed at home. ' Why seek a foreign foe, brave boys, a sol dier's death to dare ? Or go to fight in far-off climes? What busi ness had you there? Of course, we're very glad to hear you've all behaved so well, .. And that you showed true British pluck when facing shot and shell. But, lads, 'twas misplaced rather, andwhen next you want to fight You'd better pause, and not be off in such a . hurryaquite. 'Trie t oue the war scare's over now (at least, so sonimfold say); But still it.-may begin again, quite unawares ·ue some day.. Bu, harkT! the Bear is growling still; we hear the Lion's roar ; And soon our boys may have to drive in vaders from our shore. Oh! then stout hearts and willing hands will formn a hero-liind To keep the bold mara...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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Sauce. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 13 June 1885

Sauce.. The Servant` Girl Question.-" Have yez a planner, mum ? " Dissension has been started in -the Shake. spere Society at lait. Tiaink goodness I May it spread. , Sunbuiy Clarke now devotes a large por tion of his spare timeto practinmg dlrawig., Drawing cheques, no doubt. Butter is now manufacturedby electricity.; It is said to be a very quick way of making the butter-fly . --The ordinary method--only results ingetting it strong enough.to:walk. i The ,height of absurdity.-Tne; Melbourne Bulletin. .. How. long: has, Gordon been dead! Five months. How long is it since: Melbourne has given an order for his statue-? An early answer is solicited. Among the 'leath announcenients in the last Australasian there is one with the fol lowing attached to it : "Fairer than the flowers that bloom above -her,. . ;Fading on her still cold breast,. Placed by gentle hands that;love her- Our darling Haydee has gone to rest." Now, if the flowers are blooming, how can. they be fading? PAnd' if they ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
She Wore 'Em [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 13 June 1885

h he Wore 'Em .. The other day, down in Collingwood, I witnessed something that caused' the chronic sad smile that occasionally flits across' my genial features to broaden into an undoubted' grin. A woman, was engaged in adesperate struggle with her inebriated lord and master,; endeavoring. to` restore him to the bosom of his family in spite of his objections:' A crowd had. gathered around the' pair-a: crowd of men and boys-and they were having more than a ton of fun. "Come on 1" cried the irateiVenus. "Don' talksloud," cautioned her husband: "Come along; ILsay." " Yoush inter(hie)ferin' wish my porog erogative, madam. Shut up." .- , .. Are you going to come-willingly or will I have to lead younhome by the ear !?" ," CorshiI, am. Doh' yer knbw(hic) lam comin' willingly ? Corsh I am, Shara."' " Well,1;ii ome along, now, aiid coie' quickly." -.; : : S"Shara, you don' know's; , mush ash a' dead oyshter. Lemme' alone, ole woman,' I'sh goin ter.do ash I:blame pleash.:I iwant 'ter 'nform ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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Confirmed Laziness. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 13 June 1885

Confirmed Laziness. When a man gets up from his bed in the morning, barely in time to comb his hair be fore supper, he has syinptoms of it. If some thing is not done for him, he will probably starve to death some time witli a good dinner within ear-shot. There'are only two things a lian suffering from this dread malady would not have somebody else do for him in preference to doing them himself. They are eating and sleeping. There was once a man who was afflicted with lassitude very badly. On one occasion he was in a hotel that was burnt down. He slept on the first floor be cause he was too lazy to go up-stairs, and when the alarm was sounded he got in the lift and went up to the top of the house and dropped out of the window because he was too lazy to walk out of his room, below, through a corridor ninety feet long. He was hurt pretty badly, but he was too lazy to suffer, and died because the doctors told him it would require great effort to induce him to recover. A lazy man is the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 13 June 1885

mAILO : ' .- Ai e'' ,r QUT k ITTE t , ,Visits the (,flit veino"her Tuesday. Orders left at the Esplanade Hotel here, will be carefully atteuded to. ,4r lyed Suitsto osderi ,_twaOu s.,&,. rires sefe sui.t;-from tin l `js. .,. £ 1 t,, made by pr -.. sons ofci etilje sex, i'tf Iuii' ownti:,lt,,ilhtie?s;'ati)vWork tot us ; New business. ---All--meet with wondu rltlo -succes. I e' nyo i? f :?ther {ork); apittl nri '.requl'edi.: W .will:. :irtr'yiu., O(utit' :worth~ :lmailed free: t 'he emiployment is ipairticulatrly adap:edti t'd tli relion in; while this pub:icttiolh clirculk.es. Boysanu :Lgirls ear;h nearly as much hs nienwrL:full plirticit:: hirsiand iistritctions i?hailed fice.: Now i the timle-Dow't .deluay; bub writei o us at uonuce. Addres:s tiuson and :Co,'-'Orflkndl il Maiine; .UnitedStrates. I..; :.,, ! , , . MANHOOD. A RON TO LHOUSANDS. THE ';ONLY INFALLIBLE tR. . .?M:EDY 1: Q 1,NE RYt UOS ;.,. . DEBILITY... TfHERE are manny men 'in this colony L' who are , i ay by dal...

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Rising in Canada. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 13 June 1885

Rising in Canada':. The massacre at ;Fog-.ake by,, In dians is now v:fully confirmed." :Particu lars sthlio tli he ýlIndians' buiniedt all the buildiigs, anii cbminpll e 'people to atten ~ rchri.Afservsice had been held, they shottenlofthlehelpless ihites. Two priesta w\tre,beaten- to death, and their ?J?idsis?vwere :afterwards i:biiied. Details of the fight' at Fort Pittaree also to hand. It appears that in conseiquence of the-growing hostility against; the' whites manifested by" the 'Indians, the factor, Mr M'Learibecame alarmed;?and visited the campii f of'the'iidiain chief, Big. Bear, to confer with hiu and clair~ his protection.nBig, Beair forced Mri 1I'Lean to write adletter?to ithe civilians at Fort Pitt; telling them to join the chief, or he: (M'Lean) Would b. killed. The civilians complied bu. the.police refused to surren der. A fight ensued, in which the police drove back the, Indians, having killed. several of them.. .They then prepared a: scow, and wenit down the river t...

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Money to be Made. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 13 June 1885

,-: ? oney: to:be' Made'i:.;-.:i!- . ,::We have rciied itthia week four magnificent steeli engravings from tihe well 'kiiowi publibshiig lious e of Stinson and Co;, I Potland, Maine, .U. The "subjects., are I.The Usuiper, The First Step, Nobody ax'd you sir,.and a Dreami' of the lFuture,. As Wiorks' o frt they. stand unrivalled, and. tie sediet' of the agents' success in the sale of them. is easily: discovored when .the pictuires are view.ed. -From the "same house .we have also to achnoieidge theiteceipt ofr eighteen priceless chiomo ,gemis.., -TIe pcerusal ,ofStinson and .C'o.s advertise ment in another column. will well repay the attenition: of he'iidstii' o tibus. ' It is said that dull,times are notknouwn bvy the :Atenijs for,the great. publishing house of George 8tinson & Co.: of Port land, Maine, U.S.A. The reason of this exceptional success is found in the i'act tl:L!!· ti'~eywalwal! s .. give tlie=,uul!!i l-.:_t:llt at w lticlt'i - keenly app ! tia~ted andl at prices...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 13 June 1885

SNEWS~ rOTES We re ret to c(li t' i'n.ir' V'iOsli thlit arrived af. Q vii.encli(h oil nllPs i.I'V .iidclht l:.t by Cutilt.in P.ttcn, of tlhe enttlr' Erlipse. Guillti ilin ele'tils. as ,*fiicursly. as we Cnn glean;^ll'la"r"'affidhl iii iiiT j.nniy-wi. forilerfil~iniiaiiin tli l'ack, Coinlifspl of (-itesrs Lou i;ie, Shl ipter, O iff'bsihio pullrchasedl fish f ro.i Ja i I-T-'l, t, Queeclins iff" 0 1.-. 4n irel llOlll(ll the 1)'(r'ii o I Uqtl( 1) ] Vii??t! aii..'a."iir ; a ii-iW' lan dA1 Ialu` i ,ai`in ,,L usiqa.? add ilC.,n ,i,.a f naue lgiWithlersl .^nt illtnto ai iHind.ll din.yi to go on board tlii' -Flirt t 1's'tihe 'i,- i.;', n - 'i:ilO '.-;li ' ld J( i -j 'i ; b'. I' " n , " ?! 1 ^ ) u ! ? A, .K , ,no r .o, n , -t me, and t.fio edo~t; toviiv:w.:It is:.fear lt ",it !tti: ltllhe :!?eivy iwell in; thlie .a 0ca - g ilp~ied iin 's f·. T lrfoaftid '[ 'te-o,;cu, antsj, hi; f tt ,f ugy.. :1>,dng S. bapter (ldidll ,I at "lay.in ,his powe .'tmnderitheeia unfortunate ; cireunistanhce,: 'a...

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Facetiae [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 13 June 1885

The; "Bread of Idleness."-Loafing,J'of course. If any man desireth to devote his life to the good of his fellow men; let him do'so by kicking the, orange peel and banana skins off the street pavement. ... , , "Happy is the man that'fihdeth'wisdom" accounts for the fact thiat' we have' n'eve met a really happy man during the whole course of our long existence..: ., ... , A" Parvum in Multo."-Any of the lead ing articles of the Melbourne dailies. .'But the genuine "Multumn in' Parvo " i .any article that appears in'Tit-Bits. i" : ' It was at' a. scientific dissertation ron the feline kind that, somebody ;asked if the hare chews the cud.' ' Well, I .suppose lshe cud if she chuse," was te wtty:answer:.' "Now, :: boys," explainedl the ,'tea'cher, ' dots placed so~:;. signify therefore."t!',But, teacher,". said one of the class, "there'stonly three." The teacher tried another branch of study. ... It is generally allowed that'men travel to expand their ideas. But it seemsythat'a wo man, co...

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