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Seeing Without Eyes. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 July 1884

Seeing Without Eyes. A, slrp youth, in a school in' Glenferrie, was'aslked by a 'worthy professor of a college, " Can a man see without eyes ?" "Yes, sir, was the prompt reply. "How, sir," cried the astounded professor, .' can a man see,without eyes ?" "He can see with one, sir," replied the;?redy-witted youth. And the whole class shouted with delight at the' tri uph over the metaphysician.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Light and Healthsome [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 July 1884

.A great many of our professional poli ticians no doubt believe in the doctoring of elections. :In China the officers of a bank that fails are beheaded. There has not been a bank failure there since about 800 B.C. - Somebody once said: "Nothlg is impos. sible to'im',whowilis"' We would like to gee tat 4hi4p blft(la a iarel aru'nd a bung hole. with your neighbors, buy a dog and tie him up in the garden before you go to bed. They ýwon't sleep .forthinkingoof-you.. .---- - The ubiquitous sign, "Post no Bills," has ,never deterred, one's, tailori from ,firing his missives at you through the post-office, . A man .no sooner makes .up his mind to send a ,t4l oficbal arouhd-tbo a poor widow thatnhe weather comes very warm and char ity stays at home. If a two-wheeled vehicle is a bicycle, and .a three-wheeled vehicle is a tricycle,: there is no:need to call, a one-wheeled 'vehicle an icicle, because it isn't; is is a barrow. : • , 7-Alreceipt for making jam finishes by say ing, '.Sit on the ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Lover's Vision. IN FIVE CLASSES. GLASS 1. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 July 1884

'Tis past midnight. I start to write, And wh it do youthink I see? f maiden fair, witht magedtL hair, Xi itting n n GLASS 2. A glass, say I, and pipe I'll try, And what do youthink I see ? .r Kisms lthieirrhands td me..- 3. ? I.?.i,:. A , Ieap_ of girls, -with'tmagenta cur .. . Winkingtirig e me. ey-e" Pen full of inkrI-try.to think, .And rlhat.no'vis the matter ? Was ,t'gro"':or'ik k--e m eally, thk Imust'Jhjg drunk the latter. GL... . ASS 5. With shriek and shodt, those 'girls go out, And: what doyonu think I found ? A tumbler broke;, room full of smoke; Yours truly on the-ground. [FTh"e author of the aboe'ines is now suf feri? friom' the" horrors; and is not expected to, recover.' We sincerely 'hpe he .won't, as it wili piievent liiih sen ing in iand' more, verses. ,We ought ?ot t hiave inserted them, on this occasion, but we: wishe~d ts' showtdo 'wliat'meiitl'ediidition''a man may be re.: duced vhen'he wriftes such poetry as this. EV, 'Tit.Bits.]: .': , •`°

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

_..._AnAm ?riUS Aeronaut. . A late French journal contains the follow ing curious and characteristic incident. It is a fit idea for the construction of a melb drama. While Monsieur Godard was filling an uini mens balfoot jy the Champ de Mars, he amused`tihe spectat'rs. by sending up the smal[gureof n'man, the; perfect semblance of MiThiers.jwit~hot spectacles. The little man, eing'filled with gas, rose majestically into +e air, and ..was soon lost to -view amon tath6 clbhds. Hi adventures; which became known the. next day, were curious. Thank? to a strongr and favorable gale, which impelled him on his'course, the little balloon' man arrived the same afternoon in sight ofa fine country house ,somewhere in the neigh-. borhoo of Bievro. It ~as near the h'ijr of dinner, and th1e lady of thef-mansion, who'naturally thought herselpdrfec{Iy?safe,?~iwas occupied in the myste .es ofher toilet. It was? a warm day, and slhe-had?,opened 'one :ofthe windows whicht lookd? out upon the Park, ind w...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Watterson's Game of Poker. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 July 1884

Wattersoii's Game of Poker. SAn aneodote of Henry Watterson is printed in a recent Washington letter. Some years 'ago, Mr. Wattersonii chanced to be in Indi. anapolis, and, while there, sat down to a game of poker with " Dick " Bright, who was re cently sergeant-at-arms of the Senate and President. of the city horse railroad. Wat terson had great luck. The money rolled in upon him. ý When he was 4000dol. ahead, he began to. think how he would spend it. "I will ride home in the best hack this city affords,; he said. . Before a great while he had 5000dol. in winnings. I will drive to my hotel with four white horses, and a darkey leading each one," was his exultant announce. ment. From that moment his luck turned. Every. cent in his pile was gone and his pocketbook began to look thin. The rail. road president fumbled in his pocket. Taking out's car ticket he passed it across the table. "~' Here, Watterson, you said you should ride home. Put that in your pocket and you can." Watterson w...

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

The' total i ber of Austrahan ishes now amounts to 1,291 'a ies. : ' Accordingtoa' Gernian sientist's experiments, the healthy eye is able to perceive about three hundred differences of color. A photographer at Versailles is said to have invented a method of taking. photographs which retain all the ci.lors of the s;.ene refletectd or the lens. Similair discoveries have previously been announced from Germany arid in .ngl?ad. There has latdly been constructed by. ~iMM.o Chalhiot and Gratoit of Paris, a new tool towhich they have given the name, of the biradial drilling, machine. The arm i- jointed or hinged in the middle so that the drill,, can be brought to apy point on the, table without shifting the latter. Bevel gear transmits the power. Krupp, the great gun-maker, has produced; a new kind of powder, called the brown powder, which is very likely to supersede the ordinary black powder. It is stronger than the black powder, explodes only in a lightly closed space, burns slowly in th...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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She Wouldn't Wait. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 July 1884

She ?WiUId'ft Wait. 'Mary:Atih add Wfi iain:were reelining on the' And onversingof .their futuro "wedded .ii.tate, .'t * oij "; t ir ' ' s 1 And exchanging their opinions on domestic happiness, r'', Sit t n Which, I'llI do- my1bebt, ofaithfully, re. late. K , They were nevergoin .to ;ve "a row o any "tlking bck;"'? . Bhittry and.live intquietne~ and joy;: And she promised sheiwould never ask himit he'd mind the'cild; 'Though she said she hoped the first wdnld ` be a b o ;y.," , . .-: t ,. . - SButtwhile they, talked,.and; talked away, the night was creeping on, And everythiing - around was growing blaek , , , , . ..... Soary Ane proposed at once; beforit got .Twould be better if for home ,teykstarted ba. *" ' O doe t leae me, Mary Ann, bt walt :. . a little-while, : ' : t s ; or i '" In accents of dismay thus William cries ; 'For 'I've gobt myi 'masler' ,anton,and , , ý jthey fit so very tight ' l, i q ' That I find it very diffiult to rise.!'. But being ,in a" hurry, Mary Ann could...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Successful Book Agent. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 July 1884

'A SuccessfiulBobklAgentL- i Retired book agent'""Why, how de do, Jinks How spruce you are looking. What business are you.m now0. . I Jinks : Sa ' ` ?ai old .business - selling books." S"'-What ! still a-book-agent?" -......... "And alive ! . "Iseem to be." S"WII, Ve cani'P under stand it.',Siice I got o ,t of' the liospita" ' I haven ven up . t.. keepi one ind, am' miii'king" 1O000 a "How do you manage to escape death !' . ':Easy' enougli ..,'I' first introduced-mny as an agent, of. the, dynamiterstand' ask for a.subscriptionto the dynamite fund.".,, "People refuse, of course! ". .. 'Certainly.., ,Then.I take out: of my pocket a cant of brickdast, labelled. in{big letters 'dynamite,'anil begin,tp expatiate on its merits." I ' "`Th?y.beginemto handle:it carefully and put it away. Then I place it im?,ry poat tail pocket.'' `n .,, F .... 1. " Ater that I open my samples', andt k book to them until.they buy, and they don't dare kick me,' ;t ; .l , *r,· .;

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

NEWS AI D ND NOTES W - l "e 1 n r. utr. >s t. a.1"n." secretar 0o t oh ie ie.oria n '. A Amateur Club to annien ne k+th i.i zens of Quoensucliffe tint, t atl early date they will tender a full bhnefit to My SJoi Aiten hinow.an::unnate f. tilhe Gehelig Iosl al midi h1ije thatn thee house th+, notonlv prove satisfac tory to tliose concetied, but give la substantial sum to.the appliant. Thlle i:' '? 9 .1lr 1 .. 1 1t77/ `.< 't JJO, a , .. entertainment will.j4 bof:an most.pvaried r r 1+-a.~" ",. , C " tt tJl ti .a : - 7" teii r}:ie,! s 'B ll ., i ''}-)':r ixercise, executed iV a squad of 8, show-I l't'''' ' .''n ie(' ; "l y +,, .'l'. t" - f lllf thttl acl ,nIddefe.ce lit ittliiee Car line 1and: swo'd bayonet of':a'ranky?6f +z on .attaclkeu front an'd ;ieai , aia aiorid alid'apursung' ex riises. 'Song', .reeitation?i',ste p-lancing, and ;a' well nown oin El iu nfarice will concltuide thie filst portion of,:: the prograinme; andthe second potrtion of thi itertainmti nt'will ...

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

A womani eld rits her will. Ther is so much of it she can't. '~!"'::: "Julius, seize her 1" said Sambo, as Julius was contemplating a fat pullet in the " mooii light: Yeu may consider yourself much better than somebody else, but you can't prove it' fo' his satisfaction, anyhow. It was once said of a penurious money lender that he kept the trunk containing his securities near the head of his bed, and lay awake to hear them accumulate interest. A German, telling a story of his campaigns, gives the following interesting items : In this battle we lost the brave Captain Shulz.' A cannon ball, took off his .head. His' last words were-"?"' Bury.me on the spot whe I fell." " ' " Wliat.was the origin of, the noble house of Fits Clarence ?" asked a teacher of the class in history, to'wlich a' boy answered," riOne day old Clarence had-fits, and after that they called him Fitz Clarence." A bright youth, undergoing examination'a few day since for admission to one of the de partments, found himse...

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

To t:ie.Rd;itor , .-: ... : S ii ee Rambler in, your last week's; issue refers to th. Salvation Armiy and sa that the army by a visit 'to sQe liff would tend to weak en .the exsti churchsMy epe rciiece otheiarmy(and I lkeav watched the very closely) has been that they tcnd to not only increase thde number of church goers but to make the meibers of~tie clihirches more earnest anid more zealoiis': in iieir-endeavouirsforthie good of r felbw. men. I in: aware of: several men who had' not entered' a churiiel for years, but after. being con veited by the Salvation Ar. y havebe came constant chunrch goers. Rambler speaks of the churches losing some :of thei, support. Does hemean monetary suport?.iam: afr? id t a isthe largest; part of the objections of most of the opponents of the army. -Let me say to. 'the churchles of Queenscliff, Open wide? your doors;for the,'army, and toeveryoie v; islis to see. msinners kept fr going to hell. 1Open wide your doors fori ' Slie alaoii o riiiy, 'and yo...

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

,.Blue TRibbon.!,. >!° Aimeeting; wasrheld in the Fdoresterii' hall on Wednesday night, an th'ewasi a large attendance. The Rev. Mr Mars land kept. the audience intereteti for; -oever`'ah ~urF and'his siylai bf; delivery, was much- appreciated, judging by the atteintidin winch';'erR accorrded;to himri. The ineeting wasRone:of-tile; most:inter eshng rand `"enloyabl. 'yet :"hld- t v.tventi •late :the ,cansepof-,itemperance,,oin"'the Cliff. The Blue Ribbon chi-r reii?lered' assistandefintlie' way of providing vocal and, instrumental , ussc ~., ., ,The Revi1MriMarsl4nd in the course! of his remarks. said that he, ha'd signedi the jileidige in 1860,and he' 'ever regretted it. .He mentioned the reply of an Irishman in referenice .tb.the erse in. :the`ewrestamen ; : The Fisbhaiu ,aid that his name was-n'ot.Timoth'y; ne~ither was hi stoiacliout bf ord 'I as iott Is'long ago' that r i iblic mennused 'to 'ipdulge openly,. and, attracted .th6 atten fion of the peo~le . 2oW they lid i?t ,pri...

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The Reported Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 26 July 1884

The Reported Accident. Last Wednesday's Daily Telegraph had a telegram from Belfast, stating     that a smack ,with Samuel Stephens and Henry Currow on board, was supposed to have been lost in a heavy storm, the sea rising in a mountainous form,   accompanied by terrific gusts of wind and rain, which cut the: fishermen's, faces apparently as with a knife as they ran for safety to the Moyne. Imme   diately this becaiime knowi on the Cliff great eceitement prevailed, as both men are well- and :favourably known on the Cliff. Telegrams were despatched, and thie, reply anxiously 'waited for; and when it canme stating that the men .were safe,i everyone:, felt relieved. :Acting iunder the aduvice of one .of the pilots, Mr Stephens, instead of attempting to land in the face . of a heary sea, made for Julia Percy Islaund, where: he: lay to i: itil daylihlit; hen'Nhe 'retuined , tih out trouble, and resumed his fishlinig operations bei'ore g...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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General Turned Sentinel. AN AMERICAN WAR STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 2 August 1884

General Turned Sentinel. '; AN AMERIOAN WAR STORY. On one occasion a brigadier-general 'was returning to' camp from a visit where he, had partaken 'of a big dinner and' of many potations, and on passing the post of one of the? senitinels he fancied 'that' the soldier did not salute himn exactly as he should hav'e' done.. So,.with a comical tirade of .sputter ing h'e turned his horse, and rode, back and disimounitedd. Never 'mind how he prefaced' 'his remarks;' but'be sure the,'laiguage was more emphatic than polite or: ornate. "You .call yourself a soldier, do you', and; salute a brigadier-general in that ,fashibn 1 Now just' you give, me,that minusket, and do you mouint my horse,' and ride back as far as that: big pine' tree, and 'then 'tu~n. and approach this post, and I'll (hic) show you •how: to salute' a. brigadier-general. You shall play the' general, and I'll be the sentry. Now (hic).up you get ?" : Now it so happened 'that the man whom our 'obfuscated:brigadier .had selected...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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PRETTY GIRL AND MASHER. AN OLD GENTLEMAN, A POLICEMAN, AND A CONDUCTOR VERY ANGRY. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 2 August 1884

PRETTY GIRL AND NASHERB. AN OLD GENTLEMAN, A POLICEMAN, AND A CONDUCTOR VERY ANGRY. A very pretty girl, attired -in a long seal dolman, and carrying an alligator skin bag with initials in silver on the outside, stood at Vesey-street and Broadway, New York, waiting for a Sixth-avenue car. A youth of about 21 or, 22 years was also.awaiting the car, and he occasionally glanced at the pretty girl, :who turned indignantly from him. When the car stopped the youth stood at the back step to assist the maiden to enter, but she.wheeled about when she noticed his' gallant, intention, and went in by the front door,. The youth smiled languidly, entered the? car, and sat down opposite the pretty girl, at the front window, whereupon she angrily turned and looked out at the horses. The- conductor observed this pantomime, andrregarded the youth with a scowl. When he began to collect fares at the front end the :young lady; got out her purse while the youth was feeling his pocket, and paid her transpo...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Decided Answer. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 2 August 1884

' "g' Decided Anwer.. One story in connection with Miss Sallie W----,-I: must-relate. I-will preface' it by ,remarking: that. rougeing thirty years: ago ,was more uncommon. ?than it.-has since be come,; and.d,that there were straight-laced ,people who considered -it a heinous offence. qOn this naecount, it was Ithat' bets ran high one -, summer;,at' Brighton,, among W -'s -friends, .that:the lovely blush which mantled her cheeks was of .nature's own bestowing. To end.the controversy, which was becoming exciting, onhegallant- gentleman, less ; timid .than the rest;:proposed* to ask the `beautyl ,for, a ,proof,.that would settle the dispute. ,Rash man!l::In an unfortunate moment, and, -perhaps, trembling at his own temerity, he said: " Miss W- , do'you paint ?" ' and how. much more freely he must have breathed when, instead of the box on the ea`r he'h'lf expected to receive, the siren said sweetly:: r " Bring-me a glass of water,- and you shall see." The water was brought, and she. an...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Cat. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 2 August 1884

S ::The Cat. Cats are curious cattle. They are selfish. They are grasping. Whei the attributes were parcelled out among the animals, the catgut. .the gift of music: She got it by violins.'. No one knows where cats come fro6m; buit since the fashion of sealskin jackets came in, everybody: knows where most'of thefin go to. iBut this.is kept :a profound secret 'among the owners of seal garments. :They. set the seal of' secrecy upon it.: Purr.haps they air ,wise.' * . The cathas 'nine lives ;that ;is to say, she lives nine times longer than' she ought. :.:This (suggests' a problem, which lovers of mathematics= theie: are -those;, alas " who' love thlinei-cani puzzle'over. If it'take'snine tailors to make one live man, and'nine lives' to make, one cat, what. e ifiliibifiliittf? *[Corireispondents aend. ing answers; will please enclose a twopenny, stamp, not for publication, but for the use ofthecompiler of, this authentic;history.], ,The cat is not subjectto tax; 'Efforts have been made ...

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The Perambulator. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 2 August 1884

The Perambulator. BY SILAS SNLL, The modern perambulator is a wickerwork contrivance on three, or ,four Wheels, twith . a baby it it. It is a diect descend?antof the car of Juggernaut, and is calculated to work, up enough solid misery inlone hour to stock a London slum. It " haunts our principal, streets, and takes a fiendish. delight in grinding bunions or, soft corns. When on the war-path (or footpath) its .movements are sly and malicious, and,.its betrays its cowardly disposition by attacking .women and little. children; It ca'rries- dn a 'Red Indian kind of warfare, and will never face a man, but prefers sneaking. upbehind, and if he is short it catches him' in the' knee oints and pitches him on his nose, ambles all over him, and finally 'rides; away triumph ant, with a big shaving off his scalp 'dangling on the front wheel, and leaves him 'a bleed. ing, ambitionless wretch, with his lpants split' up the back, his 'coat muxddy, and'his bell topper wrinkled like the leg' of :a br...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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THE PICTURE. CHAPTER III. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 2 August 1884

THE ýPICTURE;: , ", .a rr ... .ER III. ' (Continued.) ' The cure continued- . . i "The;next time I saw Mdme. Michel was o'.,ne evening; the whole family was there ex cept Michel. They all received me in a friendly manner, and gave me the' place of honor at a long table, about which they were all seated, 'picking the shoots out of some damaged wheat for their own use. "' The eldest son entertained me with a voluble discourse about the markets, the price of grain; and all the time Michel's wife sat with her feet at the fire, and.her arms folded;(and her head against thewall, in an attitude of sleepy. disdain.+ -. " "But presently there was a whistle, heard Sins the yard, iand 'she started' ip, all aima tion.' ? There he is 1' she cried, and darted out of' the -door. : 'She: soon :retrirned witli ' the champion,' who greeted :us all, in. aloud, 'joial voice, with blunt civility. 1" IDaughter-in-law,' !said h-eri'mother, 'serve your husband.' "'Thien she cut an enormous slice of bread, ...

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He Wouldn't Part. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 2 August 1884

He Wouldn't Part. "Hallo, George," we said to an old friend whom we had' missed for some time ; "where have you been this long while ?" "In gaol," said our friend, laconically. " Ah I indeed," said we, sympathisingly (we had often been there ourselves) ; "what for ?" "Borrowing money," replied our friend. "But they don't put people in gaol for borrowing money, do they?" inquired we, anxiously, thoughts bf our own. delinquencies crowding over usi "Well, you see," said George, "I had. to knock the fellow down three or four times before he'd part. He didn't care about lend ing it at first, so I had to persuade him."

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