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£150 for a Smoke. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 2 August 1884

£150 for a _aSmoke. Col. Hiram Pierson:was'an,eccentric.Cali fornia.millionaire. He was among the first strike in the land $f1 gold, and his strike was a big one. When he felt that he had as much money as he c'ould comfortably handle, he went to .Europe] where, he' ' astonished the natives"' in many.ways, and at.divers timeis')Th ifollowixg -was related: by oine who knew him well,- and who could vouch for its truth:- , - In the course 'f his travels the colonel found himself.-upon-a small steaniboat sail ing dQwn'the'Rhine:. Having eaten a hearty dinner, 'e iheiit ?on deck,? and lighted a cigar:''He was' an iminveterate 'smoker, and regarded :the.i ,weed-' not; only asi one of the good things but as one of,the, necessaries of life."' Very soon the captain of the boat *bowed to him politely, - and'informed ''im that smokingiwas not'allowed.on board, Thereupon the' coloriel :went',forward, as far as he could get, and puffed, away, 1But even here 'the wat'cful captain scented him out, ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Tricks of the Stage. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 2 August 1884

Tricks of the Stage. Actors and actresses have a good deal of fun among themselves on the stage, though guying is strongly discountenanced by good managers. Generally the best fun is quite impromptu, but sometimes a joke is carefully planned beforehand. One of the pre-arranged kind has been played on a well-known actor lately. In his character he has to sing a song, But is sup posed to do it so badly that the other play ers have, to? cough him' downi.? The other night, when the usual cue;,for the coughs came, not a sound 'was heard. The singer struggled aloig, but did not 'kriow the song well, and was very uneasy. He looked around, shook his foot, and made signs be. hind ;his back, :but'no one noticed him. He had to sing to the.end of the verse, and then they applauded, him and asked' for an en core.., . , Of course, it is. only. in, small country towns that tIings'of ?ihis' sort occur. In a large town, where -people are familiar with the text of the play, it might be hissed down, b...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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An Interrupted Speech. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 2 August 1884

An Interrupted -,Speech. ;:, ; It was in .1793. ;.The, Marquis' de Mar yile, a nobleman of ,the court; a. simple, kind-hearte' mani, who' had joined the .re publican party at the' comiencement, 'was placed under arrest, andlsentenced to death, in spite of hisliberal opinions. He, was an aristocrat-=that was enough., ;On the scaf fbld he turned'to Sanso'm, the executioner, and craved permission "to" say a few "w6ords. This .was granted=?: :" Working meni'" he said, "I have had faith in you,' and' have been your friend.: Some persons who wish to 'deceiv you, and lead you on..to. ruin, have condemned me to death. "Be it so. But before .I.'die, `I! desire to` tell you the truth---'!, At'a sign from the goverifment official, Sansom here seized the, Marquis by the shoulders, strapped him to the plank, and placed his head under the luiette. The Mar quis went on to say '" Though a member of a privilege class, I willingly abandoned it in order to share your 'life, and to, iearn?ay !daily. br...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A FRENCH DETECTIVE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 2 August 1884

A FRENCH DETECTIVE STORY. tI In 1867, the year of the Exposition-of the interview of the two Emperors and the King of b ' Prussiia-the sun of Austerlitz shone for the last 4 i!time in the heaven ot the Second Empire. Napoleon III., inviting Europe to his fetes, , Swas startled in the midst of his theatrical glory by the spectre of Maximilian. The Prussians i-*returned to their country, their hearts bitter a 0i ,iwith envy. All Europe was dazed by the splen- tj dor of the Paris of 1867. :One day I was walking in the cylindrical de- T partmient of the Exposition, on the look-out for Sthe numerous pickpockets who ran over from m London with a view to picking every well-lined d pocket in gay and festive Lutetia. b After' having strolled through the numerous and splendid cafes of all nations, conducted by schemers gathered together from the four quar- el ters of the world, I struck the department re served for German industry. " In quitting this department I jostled against a gentleman. ...

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

, A STRANGE ARREST.-" You say the officer arrested you while you were quietly minding your own business7 " " Yes, your honor. He caught me suddenly by the coat collar and threatened to strike me with .his staff unless I accompanied him to the station house." "You were ,quietly attending to your own business'; making no noise or dis turbanceofanykind?" "None whatever, sir." "It seems very strange. What is. your busi ness? " "I'm a burglar." : The following extraordinary advertisement is not fiction, but actually, appeared in an American paper some thirty years ago: " Run away from his wife and helpless fam ily, on Friday last, John Spriggs, by trade a tailor, aged 35 : has a wide mouth, zig-zag teeth, a nose.of high burhed bright blue, with a lofty bridge, swivel eyed, and a scar (for which he has to thank me) on his left cheek. He primes and loads-that is, takes snuff and chews tobacco-and is so loquacious that he tires everyone in company but him self. In order that hemay entrap th...

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

," ..... ny tdescription of General Printing executed inF:rstclass Style with AO Quick Despatch, and for odrate Pie, at he Office of JD _,-__ this* ,Newspaper. . U n the Advertising Department every effort is made to satisfy customers-Special Inducements for Large Advertisements, and Low otatl for ail .

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Arrival of Sir H. B. Loch, Governor of Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 2 August 1884

Arrival of ,,Sir H. B. 'Loch, SGovernor of Victoria. By our Special Reporter. Again .i have to' represent 4the. noble paper "Tit-Bits," an'das usual'with the staff, about two-pence in my !' kick?" and no press pass. What is to be done ? .Why, tramp 'it to Sandridge, with `a'full determination to do my best under the circnimtances, or die in the attempt.,. ....... _. , ..- ...............---.. Once there, I anxiously scan the horizon longing for the Victriiai fleet.e ' No appear ance, your worship "-I meani eg pardon, -"not yet ifvie?W. "Oiiturning towards the enclosure, I there' espy4'a beardless aid-de-d camp and Chief Commissioner of Police. ' At. this moment, Inspecter :A, 'oo "-Toohey drives the crowd (Ii amongst .them) back from the~ railed enclosure ;. during, which scrimnmage I, slip: bletween :the :bars of ,the priv~ite. rails, .while X1,001.has his. back :turied? . I am..not long ..there before. Iam' accbsted by an individualjwith, ," Show your' `tickiet'.' Here's, a dilemm...

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

The Rushing Water. Between the starlight andthe day, In winter's deepening gloaming, Adown a Bourke street right-of-way S MylorTe and I were roaming. T?The night-breeze kissed her sunny }hair, And mingled with its tresses,; ; . And'touched.her fair cheek here and thela With dainty, lightcaresses.' But suddenly across our path, With waters dark and troubled, A iaging torrent rushed in wiath, Its force. each moment doubled. Confidligly upon the brink Her hand in mine she trusted, Then murn?ired low: ".George, don't you. Somebody's tap. has busted?"

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

EX SALAMIS.. J ST OPENED a variety of New Patterns tJ t,'in J 3 Tea ts fro2itot l0gil ll. ve Ofli )Tjtti '7 ~) r: t 1 t " l S Tea Urns and Coffeet o rt:t bid~li!,^:l, )S Ii~ g 'if }EU Jf r.1 I IaAJ! ,il . .. . t' hh - 4 ga aht ,1 chz Warehouse,, ,,, Jiilid jAto#I .'f1:t thin ·t r. . i fbw i37 bdc: art Byrie. street ,Geelong. l - , yl - JE ; i. T --im+ "? :!. 1 . a1: . ___t ____ lit ! T "irai ;), 6:r, a.: .i h. : Et I :11 i .nttii kAMXLY GUO CL+R 't1 ·n~i~iJI~rt i·II l41.1441 4 1 -; 1/PdN- )L ~ I "I; .j'l ±r?ý lip ;: C Nil ,.. ýi~' ar i i 4+r;E i `{ ' ,:t 143fiit IESfiE AND H ,R:ON ,ST ETTS :ndtý ; ýý, · ".Queenseliff.· ,; . . . lOga~t~. th p~inch imes this week will be It fol~ lU oauf Vsortment 1.of nnne F Wh ite aid ~G~yC4lic()s Black' Sau' teem,. "u Winseys, 'Velveteens adnd% gltins 1ingCl m W ools,, and Haber(Theherv of all (lescriptious. Stay.. llufftllniF niad Kid CGlnves '. 'men's and Gir's Hosiey in all the best wintr cor.Collars Scarves} ~eni' Hiqiervi, SrreC~~Fec ant IU ADA...

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Remember This. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 2 August 1884

Remember This. ,, If yoult e sick, !Hop Bitters will surelyat? i Natnic i making you .well whein all' ielse. SIf you. arc costive or dyspeptic, or ar'e tidfferiuig froni 'y othe ei of ,the numerous., diseiss of the stomrachli .or owelsuit is your own faultif, youiremai n illi for flop :Bitters; is '.usoveleigh renicly iti all suicl ioim I fyou a -c wating away with any forimi oft? KiducyTDicease; ; s0op4 tcmptingi Deatitlii' i miinmeit, ntnd tu'rnorair ciire tp Hop :itteri, ' Ifyoui artr.sick withhath terrilile sickiness,° Nbrvousness, you will Mfind a'i' Balii' in :iii lcid'l in the use of H01op Bitters. ! ' '1 Iflyou aei a frequenter, or a :'resident ofi" a miasmlatic' district, barricade your systemi: -ugainst the scourge of all countries--aitu=; riil=: epidemic,: :bilious, 'and: inte?rmittelid fevers?bythc. usc of Hop Bitters. i If -yon? hive, rongh, pimplry, or sallow" 'skin, had breath, .pains a mda aches,, and feel ?l titiserble, getnrally: Hop Bitters 'will give-.,- ' youL f...

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

SATURDAY, 2iD iFGUST,; 1884.'-i DRAINAGE-- Some discussion 'has :been':edolTked Iyco~res poindence ,in it he, ?leboirne papeirespe'ting" .,dranage;. 'Well? i Our drainage ,is: ,n-ot per: fect;, bitthe is no occasion to proclaim our: defects to :"the wofil, and, as itis, as-much as could° be expected :'las: been done Il.y th; e cliiol bod??: ith the 'neafn's at theiri "disposal: As a n attei" f fact they have spent n lairge" amouit in this diirection, aii:the loca itliathor ities i s?l'iUo inflpO ttunied tlihe,: o' overlent .oi the same: snb j ect so ;lifit the" cost of the ini ,prov ements wouldirepresent a1 T4?bierahle sum if, totted up. ,he 13orough .Council have 'i.i, Laeked up hitherto byr -tile 'Government in sanit.ary matters, and they should -bbe able to.reply to the reflections i ilplied in the recent letters to the Melbourne papers. ,: We want a water supply tobni and clean the street chainies, and private parties should'ieb' compelled to keep ,their ,,&w premises c...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Skilful Surgical Operation. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 2 August 1884

'A Skilful Surgical Operation. The mericau-Ambassador at Vienna, r Kasson, ,iasIlately forwairded to 'his Govei'A metf` iuitere'sting account of ea remaiiable surgical opeiation, lately peiformned' b5 Pi' fessor Billrhoth, of Ytieuna,. which, wyonderf6l to tell, con,5isted in tie removal of aportion of the huma' I maehImnvolvingeairly onei third of the orgahnand, strange tOi say, tbhe patient recovered-fthe 'nl successful ope-" ration of the kind ever pefoimed i The .disease fo ivhii this',opeqation 'vas. per-. :fnrme&&Ws caimer oftihe s.'m li,at1tenetld .with the following. symptoms? iheappehite' is quite oor Ther" is a peculiaridescril able distres in the s toma'ihi feeluig. that' ias"l e' descnbe'il as .fan all gone ndtion; 'a-sti3cky shime.collect6& bu the teeth; especiaBy in the moimiiig,`accompa-? '' ed'byYain'hpleas ani taste. 'F od fails tb; satisfy thiapeculiar faint sensation ;bui on 'the '-conhayT,"y. it 'appears to aAgg avate the feeling. lThe yes...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Got it Very Bad. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 2 August 1884

G' ot it Very Bad. A gentleman writes t us'to know if it is a sign a girl loves you when shel sends a poem like this : " Oh I dearest, you'have won my heart ;. Of life itself you are apart.: I. sleep, I dreami, I prayforthee, .Just as I hope you pray for me." No; it is a sign her system,is out of order; something .yrong; withT her, liver. They are often taken like that; some, of them when very young. She should consiult Dr. Neild, or some other physician, before the system gets Worse. . M' . ? :

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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NEWS AND NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 2 August 1884

Oi,,wing itb U.the 'Artillery eponcerti the usuai. forigtly' Ble lRiblion mem ing will beheld on uesday next,,4th prox?. l The.TrueBlues played :Portarlingtoi' I last Saturddy; a?n'dwere: beaten. " 1 pajyea ,o' atuiday;.laaetwveen the. i?' 1 li udý Payw?ib Clubs on ithie ground6of hliefor merl wesultii: i in an easvictoryi or t f iMarcus dIil' Clab. fThe following,10 ,payers iRi inuh sed ithemselyestfor. :tibeq,.wpmumni ,teain- R. Cuthibertson; Di. Williams, Valke'r; V. K'eddle !ARodlrick~ aindiT'" ~ai For ci arver Fergpson, Jenings, ;nitlie Webile b a bThel result of the game was -Foi Marcus Hill, 5 goal 10 behinds; foi Paywittg' li6i'b d The Sgoals,"Thimas 1 William 1-.,, ,iThe;bofarmationbf!the:ifootpath from Sthde:'Doctors r 'correri."'to !H ISe §rtreet "? i: . r" ,, ? . . t ., ý o' r, " t , r"' '" jwlll r`1iaitly bi unertaknaloul ,~ he same ?ume as hetnew.pier. , ,, The fina1Imeeting of theA. OL.F. :anni - ,vetsary :'ispoýis i was' thel~l oni Tnesday lta:~t ThTe baaiee-sliee'sh...

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

Mr. Scrogger, the brickimaker, was 'taken ,uddenly. ill on; Sunday- last, on his return. from the Bricklayers' Arms.. He ias not the slightest recollection of how.he got home. The Lodge doctors say he is suffering from a fall: , - A surprise party was given to Tommy'' Gilks, one of the Herald boys, last Monday, the occasion being the fifth anniversary of his holding that important position. Saveloys Wand Yan Yean were raised by subscription, and indulged in plentifully. Tommy's speech, 'in his liative Collingwood patois, was an in-. tellectual treat. Mrs. Marrowfat has gone on a visit to Bull ville, on the Yarra, to her. relative, Mr. M'Stickit, the bone mill proprietor at the above place. The object of her visit is change 'of air, South Yarra not agreeing with her in. her present state of health. This locolity-i we mean Bullville-is likely to become a fashionable resort for invalids as soon as the hide-curing establishment is erected. Mrs. Sum Mun Ki, of Blogger's right-of way, Lit...

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

CHOOL DIISTRICT of: QUEENSCLIFF, No 45. .,NOTICE is-hereby given that an Election of IOue ;person to; act as a :meimber 'of the' SBoard:`of:Advice for the above-named School (District yill ,be: held on the 19th day -'of August, iandthat the 12th day of August has been fixed as the:day of nomination. :.;Nomination "papers must be delivered to me at r;my residence before 4 o'clock p.m. on` Monday, the 11 th day of August. CHAS, C. SIMPSON, J.P., Returning Officer. Q:'ueeniscliff, 2nd August, 1884. i-° . A .. musements. - ,T7?ARIETY ENTERTAINMENT :fori the : :: Benefit of Jboseph:Aiken, Queenscliff, -.. ; :.; AMATEUR CLUB V.Ai. " i " ..i Wednesday, 6th -Aug. :.-Lieutenarint Hamilton, V:A in;nthe chair. ii Programme. Part I. Bayonet Exercise ... Detachment Song-Jack's Yarn... ... Gr Raweliff Sand Jig-Americdih-Sergeant7 Bir~iiigh?m Song (character)-Old True Blue-GrRiilseil Recitation--The Deserter : .. Gi' Egi?a Song-Alice, where art thou?l... Gr Br~oks Breakdown-Ole Virginny?:... Gr;Da...

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

A Patriotic Appeal. Sir,-Being a fruquent visitor toyoiu pretty little: town,i andl feeling' a warm: inm terest in all matters concerning its welfaire I will, witi your: kind forbearance, tiasp.ass; on your space, and on:the patience of your readers for the- purpose of remarking, mo destly and :with great diffidence, on :some subjects intimiately connected with your ,iC, turesque locality: 1 was giu.ved to seea letter in your con temporaiy (we .will :not say:your ril)'i i the Melbourne rgus recently; emianiatig from a high iiedicaiiaiutlihoity, _reflecting on ith:' management "of; several 'n atters connetcc ed with youir boo??fi. The , towiispeople are: at a loss to:couceive hiow any idividual the' possessor of a consciencei i (anid there are? I believe, ilnstiinces oh recoid of:mcdical iien' afflicted With such inconventent possessions), could reflect or carp at the manner in whicl your affairs 'are so admirably conducted. The sagacious` philanthropic and .inublic' spirited body:wh...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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What's Her Address. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 2 August 1884

What's Her Address. I know a woman wondrous fairi: A mortal woman she Who never runs her neighbors down When she goes out to tea:n · She never gossips after church Of dresses or of hats; She6 neveri'mets the sewing-school, : ..And joins them in tleir;spat . S.She never beats a salesman; down: Nor asks for pretty.plaques: ; She never asks the thousand things Which do his patience tax. These statements nay seem very strange- At least they. may to some' i But just remember this, my friends, The woman's deaf and dumb. ? : i

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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New Recipe for Procuring a Husband. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 2 August 1884

New Reoipe for Procuring a Not long since a young mirried lady, on- unstitching her wedding ' dress, was 'greatly surprised to find :in, the hem a regular collection of liuman hair. Every possible shade was represented ;'the're was light, brown, black, chestnut, and even red. hair. She sought for a long. time the key to this mystery, and found it at last at her dressmaker's. Whena ,wedding.dress is being made in the workroomi the seamstress who remembers. to insert in' the .hem'a lock of her hair is sure to meet with a husband: in the course of the year..'This arecipe is infallible-for seamstresses.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Light and Healthsome. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 2 August 1884

It is the early bird that catches;cold. Motto .for a trumpet: - "Well,, I'm blowed." An Irishman says he can see no earthly' reason why w6men should.be allowed to be come'iddical meni: , /j ,)ne 'f `ohe;sieetst .pictures of domestic economy is a poet blacking awhite. stocking. i? "tli3itiiW-i f t show -through the fissures in his boot. A vendor of a universal medicine declares 4that-if-his:prescription be followed'literally, cure is certain. "This medicine is to be, Staken interpally; externally, land eternally.' As to the familiar problem, " What i ihdme without a mother.?' a boy of 'our acquaint ance says that itiisa pleasanit lap e provided she Baves behind her the key of the cupboard where the jam is kept.. . Science enumerates.' nearly six hundred species of organic forms in the air'we lieathe. Just think of it ! Every time you 'draw in a breath a whole zoological'grden slips!down your windpipe, and no free tickeis to' the press. -', , . ' I " . !" A wo~nan who was called as a ...

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