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An Expensive Experiment. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 July 1884

:: i;Ani Expensive Expierimblit. , YouImnaylhAvebeens? passeniger' on a 'bus at a time when somni op picked a, florin off the cushion or from the straw and.anxiously inquired for an owner.j At su1i' ati~me every an ihstictively feelsin Hfis pocketsl Every ian feels'likd sAying! thata he is the lu;ky party,,but, aiý ifward, oice soelihowv restrainis him. The money ~s.invariably ipocketeb the finder, and he is set down the opinions of lis fellow-passengers as contemptible and mean. -"'' A few days :ago6aiiyonng iman,prposely dropped lial,;prpivjg on'theflpcr of acertain 'bus and at proper moment he picked it up Everyone looke?l a dhi~d, and every mouth -' Did anyone drop this ?" :continued-the iyoufi min, 's hcheld up the piece. f There was another embarrassing pause. Then a man reached; outfor it with the re lar "I droppeidd it, sl ,You are an ioni "Are you sure you:dropped it?" ".I am.- I am not a.liar.'-'... i " ut--ou- see - you,!'i.stammered the young man. : "You 'ive me mymoney ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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An Expert Accountant. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 July 1884

. An Expert Accoutntant. A8lfelbourne shopkeeper one day receivedd a letter from an old friend informing him that hli liadi, boy Who was 'quick "at fighres,-an expert accountant, and 'ii. every way fitted for a mercantile house ;and the letter closed Vith' the desire that the merchant woiild give him' employment or find him a situation. Requiring, the services of just such a boy, the merchant answered the application', and told 'the father to send the boy. to him., In time the intelligent boy. presented himself. "Ah, you are the son -of my old friend," said.the. shopkeeper. "Yes, "I s'pose so,'" replied young Aus "Well;: come- in here; then'; :I am 'very busy, but I will examine you in.'few.practi. cal questions." .alid aeIb jineli , 'ital did# h thd desk, s nyug hiq hegls underneath it as though he eltehtirely atd homs, whiting the questions "Well," said the shopkeeper, "suppose a ldy' ashuld"cedm'e in :hereland?iakjr dres'a of fifteen 'nd 'a-half yards' of 6alic'for!5}d. a yard, w...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 July 1884

WMunicipal OILOOUGHi OF. ,QUEENSCLIFFE. ANNUAL ORDINARY.-ELEOTION. NOTICE ,is ~hereby given that the an' nual ordinary election of Three Councillors and One Aiuditor of the Boronugbin theroom of those.'who retire by rotation or effiuxioa of tilnme. will'be held at the' iouncil: Cham ders'on Thlirsilay;'? the?14th day, of August 1884, aud :that 'Saturday, the:2nd iday;of Ai6gust4'hiis ben fixed as the day of nomiP' nation.di , . 'tL Nomtination Pape?isin the form and imanm ner prescribed" 'oy : ,tlie Act; ,wliether- for Councillor or Auditor;imust be' delivered; at thei ToivE Hall:to my deputy; Mr.R. Jordain) Town Clerk, not later'i.than· four o'clock, in the aifternooni of Friday,' the first:. day of August, accompanied by a cash deposit, of `ten pounds: Dated the 26th dayv of July, 1884. Forms may be had at the office. THOMAS STONEMAN, . ,: Returning Officer. , ,J 'instructions fromn Mrs Sommers to wsell by public auction on WEDNESDAY,::6th of August at 2 o'clock, . Anf 'EXCELLENT'...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 July 1884

i iAm;uifortunate prisonerw as,yesterday in fdrmed that he would have to clear out from gaol and. provide .for himself. -A-:turnkey 'senids ud the followving podtic effusioni Which is remarkable'ifor:its:sinimlicity and force. He calls it," ;?; ' t, antU . .n in:,,,BillSykes'.Doom, !:º; Alas !l the fatal nornhas come, 1 ~O'erflowift Boriso cup'; , ,r He hears:withsdraid hisawfulid'oomi --; "Pill Sykes, your time is up ! ,1 "What! must I saya last good-bye £.: - --To this 'ere blessd abode:?, .. "--- STlhe teirdrop gathers in his ey ; i - He murn.urs-' -That be blowed."- - "I love this spot for, truth to tell, Except a, drop of gin, - A fellow never lives is well , Outside as well as 'in.! " Come I out you go !" the turnkey cried, I Bill:groaiied--' I'm such a sinner; I'd like a chop or something nice ; Please let me stadyto dinner. S;TheyboieihimBstiuggling tothe gate V And gently slang him out, " I'm back to-night, you adjectives I WasWilliam's parting shout.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Last Winning Mount. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 July 1884

The Last Winning Mount. _rf-i eflie?( war,'iny father, :who ;owned a plant t?ibO and hada;large number of slaves, also owned a string of racehorses, and was known all over the South for his lore of turf pursuits. He was fairly successful on the flh,e lbt' his favorite passion was hurdle. racif a~id steeple-chasing,' and many a famous jumper took his first lessons on the old Georgia plantation. The last meeting at Savannah before the war was a very brilliant one. It was, I believe, the only' grass race course in the States, and on this occasion was graced with the presence of all the lead ing society of the South. The meeting oc cupied the last week of the old year and the first week of 'the new, and the programme on Christmas Day was a long and' brilliant one,)'the principal feature being ab steeple chase,'over two miles and a half, with some sensational ,jumps, which, would stop any thing but at first-class fencer Our, stable's entry was Lightfoot, by Lexirigton' and, like his illu...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Cat Nurses Rats. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 July 1884

A Cat Nurses Rats. A.few years ago, when visiting at a ieigh bors hoiue, it wag'mentioned in the course of conversation that there was then on the premises a singular case of a cat having adopted children. from a nest of one ,of her .natural victims.;' On my xpkessing a wi6h to witness this pheiomenon, I was ?at'once, taken to the stable-yard, and there shown a fine female cat nursing a family composed of two kittens and two handsome young rats. the lwole -four .living; in perfect; har mony On(mym iniiuiringithe history of this remiiarkalble group, I was infornied by the coachman-in -charge'thate shortly" after the' cat-mother. had given, birth to a litter- of kittens, she had been dgprived by himpf all uthree.. The ,.mother;evidently, did.°not. approve of this reduction .in her, family,, asid became restless foir a' time ;-anidon her again settling down, it was discovered' she had. replacedone of her'murder?d'childr'en .by a fine young rat.: Seeing this, and know ing, that cats wer...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 July 1884

(Any m MM 1 MIlated ih Firstg a a a eclassam omeStylemmm sy ltb n description of enera1 Piding eGnu d- st Quick Desp atch and for Moderate Price, at the Ofice o 6 this Newspape 1r) i n _ tie Adve tieing Department every effort is made to satisfy customers-,Specia. Indcements for Large Advertisements, and Low Quotations ' !.. "r' ,S I},I f' rni il ý , ýi ýý ýfIiI e rlw. ý " .f.7, t~l t.I: l

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Romance of Crime. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 July 1884

OineS8abbath morning, in' the summer of 1!883; the dead body of a burglar was found it thde bottom of the hatchway of Kilgour and Taylor, a prominent wholesale house in Cin. cinnati. The circumstances of the case seemed to indicate that the movements of the burglar had awakened a clerk who slept in the store, and that the former, in endeavoring to make .good his escape to the lower story, had missed his hold upon the rope and fell to the bottom, .dashing out his brains by the fall. The fea. tures were so disfigured as to be unrecognis ,able, and an unceremonious funeral ended ,the.matter, as was then thought. A-day or two subsequently there were ominous whis. perings of the disappearance of a certain well. known citizen, and the 'putting together of the two circumstances occasioned something in :the way of a sensation. The remains, upon. being exhumed, proved to be those of the, missing. citizen, and A scene of excite ment supervened- such as has very rarely been witnessed in any co...

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Too Much Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 July 1884

The local- burglars are still trying to beat their own' best previous records. The other night a ciacksman: had'ijust successfully picked the back door of a house at Fleming ton when he.was astonished to have a man stick his letid but of the second-storey wihdow and calmly remark : , · "Hi, there 1, my man. Are you a bur. "Yes, I am, and I'm not ashamed of it,' replied the opefaoi,"~Whb had been a share broker,in, ormer life, and, was.itrying to "All right.; ;:I:jpst thought I'd get up and say to you, as I, said to: the fellow who was here an hour ago, that the man who broke, in last night got about everything there was w.orth taking, except the piano." - "' The mischief, you say," said" the late marketrigger,4 thoughtfully "irs there any cold chicken in the pantr?" ...... " Not even "a? mutton bone. :Good.night, and please don't let the kitchen out'of the back gate when you go. Ta-ta. . : j..And the housebreaker shouldered his kit, and'.Went off growling about the competition thgat...

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The Sentinel. SATURDAY, 26TH JULY, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 July 1884

SATURDAY, 26TH JULY, 1881. ;qossiP>Wýas thie "sub ject' of a lecture delivered tbv tile. Rev! C. J9 By n ` iii, ,%'elloumne oni Moiic>oy. Te reV. lecturet catoe the)4a ude~eagainst ". tf W .. 75, 1,R .t:?, ".? , ,,I, . 4]? f'ia ?:'" - )1.1. i ,U tackingtall lie might say upon thtt' ho wold -efitF der acty oilai "1 - . a ey, .Mtil ln }lJ; p ao t that Rthey'+oiý d ° 'cosiei ,allyf; thateachitone'mright'lea'ri to see himself a,-,others.,saw. hmi, 'ands profit theebl. "He said that ?as much',scandalvwas discissed " :oveI 'a" pipe'and Wi lass of? brandy :as :: was ever hlatch ed y? ,o, old-wi omen' over a cup:of tea, and to carry aut hisý asseriorv hs, oossi all throughitledeletiurewitas'of:the Smascuine ,gend er. 'He state that thereT were- foii primary causes for gossip-1 Viant:6o nieital .power to discuss arind beritert iedi - U.aly litiglhei"r intellectual. repast. 2. Self cone it,,he desire to.let thl world know, otDii social st.atius ho' the gossip was aeq'amte with everyone ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 July 1884

EX.. SALAMIS. mo 7; .r Q Da;.ar aG W NWattCrIJ _".." 111 rb% Ik~t i1 t ITTANIA METAI ~s i P j' : J$hTe~potsfrOm2 to:ll:biuii ;-: t ^t , ý. .? :{ i l i.i. f,3 ,ý Tf'f';Urns and Coffee Puts, ' viff In Or'. l.; P China Warhoui ;t oiri . ]t,, ll''hynie street ,Geolong j, i;?iI.; , 4 .1 t r } r. 1; +ll l q 7r:! ' lfc., t 7f:a '?,'? .:? ''iz{ T ý i .4-.l i J'1. t r!ri.O Ii " it NmI;,P ,i' '' vr ,1ioA: Pfi 1 IT ) I IC d n l'ERJJ ' . "IM ." ' b .. orCne rTiC of, : f ,vit, we o,, ?irl o s "wrs, [JE'ssHE dNDrn OBayOS STRETTS, I -?i ) lmong e.rcicas this Week ;wilbe ouitnid anIssortmCut of ,'I +V Welsh aid lMedium Flannels. 1hite nnd' -.Grey (alcos, Black Sateus, Black 'Muslins a nd Victoria Lawns, 'Lustres, Caslmere, fWineys, Velveteens and ,Satin1s, Fingerig tW.ols, and Haben?tf?asller of all desliptiohfs. Iii Sti?ys. IuffilinLS, and Kid Gloves Women's aud Jir's Hosiery in all the best ' winter colours. : ti en's Hosiery, Shirts, Collatii; Sca es, awl lUFADY.MADT . CjpTflNGs` French ;'f rl l...

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THE PICTURE. (Continued.) CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 July 1884

THEt PICTURE • S..... '. (Con nuedj) C !i HP; C· TER III. :" What I took,to be the champion's brains flew horribly before the discharge; the air wiaeallsmoke, a heavy body rushed between the Marquis andrme, and drove us apart, and the door of the condemned passage was slammed: !M.. De Grouby strode into the room; I followed him. The smoke began to clear, and all things were visible as in a mist -patches of hair floated about, mowed by the bullet off the champion's skull. "Irene leaned against the mantel-piece wlite, as.aghost;.but only-her body crouched, and that not much; her haughty head was erect, and' her" eyes faced us, shining super, naturally. The Marquis, stout as he was, sank"iitba ohiadiFriid tre'iiled. "' How did; that man get in here ?'said he, :hoa'rsely SI let ;him:-in 'by th'e condeizied:door,' said she, pale bnt unflinching.',t Can not you e 'tihait I love'him'."' ' . . ' , ' '.You- love that: 'danaillW ?' grbaned the Marquis. :` ' , 'i 3 ',,} 1'Ilovs that yonhg man,...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Banker's Dream. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 July 1884

Bankerbs Dream: p.7 E>,. Bye Gordony =.1 : I. Of chases andcobiirhes dogs dreaniu`so do, horses-- , o ?L:ntgljtc ] was (lCOtlng" nat ;Irent-; The crowd' and, bustlewere there here and the p' ErthrW lnlnthe 1 autu: iihs d 4 Of tile silkl/nthe-auiunky gham. '. Waiv A * :nbT;wi i tow !x: Trhe 'standl .throng'd Aiwlth fa?ees,:the broadcloth and laces;. ,y; , .i Tliel'h othi'q and tlih "t iiits, and ', the .Thaeook:makers, argon,for:o.l dsmaking - nThLe ast'stalo smell 6o.cigars. ,Ve` formed into line, ,rneath, the: merry SNear the logi at the endo'ute or hin;. '-, sh,'yoi?g,,?J,'?Rt, U wi :!litois !? ?? ',r Saiik the ifago and awaylwewiient esil'. in t ohe ua u of the iattlewe heards tf:fe i, " stoneS ratt.Jie ,;;ir,:; - . °':+,,," : ,Y ,Some slogging was.u doneue "but; lno {, :t;. A shout from the stand, ad the 'hible ,.:Skinuin'd merrilyovCrthlie:w wter. ';: Twor fences lwe :clear'd, and the roadway lhiki 'thi'efo ar dif itdp'cfibf'to 07 trouble;; , . :?; e ''rc?ibi Like a bird on ...

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What is this Disease that is Coming upon us? [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 July 1884

W hat. is ,this DiseasestDait .is ... ngupon g=us . LIKE a lthief titrnht it steals in upon usun. aiwiares. Many persons have pains abouit the chliest.?aid sides,;aild 'sometimes in the back. They feel diill andlsleepy;-the month has a bad taste especially in the morning. A sort of sticky slime collects abcut the teeth. The 4appetite is poor., ,ITherr, is a feeling'like a eaivy loald onl the stomach; sometimes 'a fint all-gone sensationr at the pit ofthe stomaich' which food does not satisfy. The eyes are s?'iiink'l:,flie halids and feet become cold and feel clammy. After a ,time ne b?comes ini vois, iruitable inid gloomy, ;ad has evil fore bidwgs. iTheie is a° giddiness, a ortof whirling sensation in the head when rising up suiiddenl-:I Thie bowels becorse costivc; the skin is dry and hot at times; tli blood becomes thick and staiginaint; the whites, of. the "eyes bicoie etinged w'ith yellow, the irinizifsscanty aiid higu-coloured dc~positini a, sediientn after standinig: There is;...

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A Trying Child. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 July 1884

. ATPying Child.. + " Wvat1 makes that no'~sk' asked a little ` boy in a train. "The train," answered 'the mother. -?ý'"Whiit for?'', i "Because, it is moving." "What is it moving for 7" "The engine makes it? '~'~, "What engine ?" "The engine in front." "What is it in front for ?"- '1To pull the train." " What train ?A7 "This one.'i " This train ?" repeated the youngster, pointing to the one in, which they sat: "',:Yes.':i ?F What does It pull for ?" "The engineer makes it." "What engineer ?" "'The man' on the engine." " What engine ?" "'!The one;in, front."': "What's it in front for ?" "I told you that before." "Told who what ?" "Told you." What .for ?" " Oh, be still ; you are a nuisance.!' " What's a nuisance 7" " A boy who asks too many questions." "Whose boy ?" "My boy." " What . qietions V" The conductor came just then and examined the tickets, and the train pulled up'at the station. The last that was heard of the child as the lady jerked him, off the platform was - !' What co...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Will You Love Me When I'm Old ? [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 July 1884

Will ,ou Love Me When I'm Old?? A. little mole isgrowing, John, Just tinderneath my chin; , Igives me so mucih grief, dear, John, ' I'mi ~ir6ding pale and thin'. Another one is : coming,' John, Just underneath my ear, E'A''d will be disfigured, John;;i; SFor life, I sadly fear. A'ndso?I want to'ask you;:Johin, Will e'er your love grow cold? . .Ah; ainswerme at'dnce; deir John, Will you love me when I'm'moled ?I

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Remember This. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 July 1884

Remember This. " .If you are sick, Hop Bitteis will surelyaid Natule in !iimaking ýyoa *well when all else fa .lsll.r '?lJ'' . . , If you are .costive. or, dyspeptie, or, are suiffering from any other of, t.he numerous diseascs of thc stomaich or boweIs it is your own fault if you remain ill, for Ilop Bitters is.. a .sovereig remedy in all such. com plaints. If y?ou are 'wasting away with any form of Kidney!Dicease,, :stop teinpting Death ,this moment, and, turn fora cure to Hop Bitters. If .you -ar sick with that terrible.,sickness. Nervousness,.you will find .a IBalm in (Li lead" in; the use. of Hop Bitters. If: you are a frequenter, or a. resident of a miasmatic.district, .barricade your system against the scourge of all countries--mala rial, epidemic, bilious,. and ,sintermittent fevers--by theuse of Hop Bitters., If yon. have rongh, )pimply, or= sallow skin, bad breat, pains and aches,, and feel miserable generally. Hop Bitters will give you fairi. skiu, rich blood, and swcetes...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 July 1884

FOOTBALL.. The footiball irithl betieen the 2na 20 of ,Geel ig aiid .Queetnscliffcame off. on .Saturday last. i` strong winc' was. blowing; -and'the local caitain won-i the toss, and elected to go with the wind, huit notwithstanrdin? thiis the. Geeldnii team had 8 goals in 4 of an hour. Sub sequently the ':liff warmed to their; iwrk, and 'tli Geeloiig :teaii 'failed to registeir th goal: : A1 the artillery men iplayed ,wl;, :atid s: did, D: WIii :liams, E. Haynes, and W;:,. ilamieson, e'specially :the':latte~r OMr. Leeceh cap tained the local team iiiin iiian :xci ent manner, and Mr Pagetgave every .isatis faction as umpire:. ..,.. .

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REVIVING FRUIT TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 July 1884

REVIVING FRUIT TREES. Mr.'S. D. Pratt writes to the.American Insti tute Farmers' Club about the care offruittrees as .follows: '! Rememberingl Professor Liebir's' the ory that when a vegetable is burned the part wlich came from the air in the process of its growth returns to the atmosphere, and the part which came from the ground is reduced to ashes, 'I came to the conclusion that ashes would be beneficial when applied to the roots of the trees. They were standing in the soil strongiy inclined to clay, with a turf around them that had not beeniremoved for several years. After pruning them properly, removing every indication of worms, etc., and washing the body and branches with,soapsuds, I began operations below, first removing the turf two feet around the trees, then with a garden-pick the ground was loosened from six to twelve inches in depth, taking care not to injure the larger roots. Twenty to thirty quarts of loose dirt were removed leaving a large cavity, shaped like a saucer...

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Agricultural &c. BRIEF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 July 1884

S. .BRIEFP. N)TES. ' r .j , •Cows that arefed exclusivelylon y have a' stronger desire for water than if fed n d otbher. kinds of fodder. ---Whets bees'-kill - drones -in-spring-it-may be known that they. are scarce ofhoney for, the do it tiipresrve the lifeCofthe commonweilth. d o When animals are turned out to grass,, pro vide them with salt freely and .regularly. .Itiny good' farmnrs prefer plncidg rodk salt wi~relstook can get it all times. Whi n' this is done the ani mals will never take more salt than is good for them . -' .-; , - . . ..' White lead and linseed oil mixed as for paint' is, claimed to be .an.excellent remedy for bruises, abrasions and harness galls of any kind. .Always ,wabli the wound clean with soap,add water before u'sin?i the mixttie,, which is best' 'applied byl the' ifse'nfa common paintirush. . ,,Raw, eggs,. sheUs and all, are recomniended 'as areinedy for scours in cattle; 'Pull o'ut the tongue, crack the egg,.clap it on the root of the tongue, and let g...

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