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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 February 1884

Trade. Notices. . "' - l',:' FANCY REPOSITORY, Hesse street, Queiscliff.: Miss Wilson desires to bring under .the notice of the pubiih.her NEW STOCK of FANCY. GooDs;, &c., sjiecially :selected ,for the summer season, comprising-- : M3aterial for Ladies'Ncedlework,' . Plain and Fan~fStationiery, : Transfer Paiersi, Perf?ieiy,.' SMaterials for.Poonah: Painting and:. , acranic Lace Work. Albunis, Toys . , .Scraps -ind Scrap'. Books ' , ..i. ,: :.Novels,: Journals, Gift Books, School'Requisites, Ladies' Uitd6rclothing' &c., &c. A CALL RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. E..; C U Z E. N'N S FAMILY GROCER, DRAPER, AND IRONMONGER, WINE :As SPIRIT MERCHANT, Corner. of SHESSE AND HonsoN STRETTS, Queenscliff. C[ . SIMPSON,: ;- Pharmaceutical . Chemist, i&c; ..:.Agent: for :.the QUEENSOLIFF SENTINEL. Also agent for the Argus, Age, Telegraph, Agent foir theSandlurst Bulletin. OJ . H. N B, U,-R .N, LIVERY 'ND LETTING STABLE KEEPER, Horses carefully b-roken to saddle and harne...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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POINT LONSDALE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 February 1884

POINT LONSDALE. TO THE EDITOR. SInElR 'an very'glad'ta earnha `' iMr Paget's application; for a site iifbo. a rural istore and iefrehmieni~ rooia?.t Point Lonsdale' has been granted, as iti will ?be "a great convenieice 'to picnic parties and others :.. Mr Paget certainly -deserves greatI credit for thi way in which he has.:As:: pushed the matter forward in spite of the opposition ' offeredi . Yours,'&e., A CONSTANT VISITOR: Printed and "publishi d by the Proprietor, Themas Samuel Gooder at his odficer Mer :cer: street, Queenseliff, in the colony of Victoria.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 February 1884

1TOTORIJ-N Rt iJW LY TPIE. " . l. ' p n tI ý ' l m elbournetn o Cel ong.. ,. l. ..... . Geelong to Colac, . 011 .n Leives ,Gelonl rat 6.3U0 a .mi, t.20 i ves '.10i Gay 1 .sp .ia . .1., ... Ar'rives at; eelongl.r30 a.il. 3,. p.m. .. ..m .1& p .m." ' " ' Geelong to Colabouri?e,,t ,i o,; Leaves, Geelong at68.50 a.m.:1 ;i a.m. .L45 p.mi '6.3.0 p.m. 9 28I ..... Arrives at Melo?rna e 81.50 a.m. 10.30 a.m. 3.41.. . l ? 1 835 pi: 'l" " ",hii, i,,,Leves: (eelongla t .i 40rai.i 1 1.: .4'0 .p .m.u-o l at' ' , ?im 3f .2fs. h u . , Arrives at 6Queelnso:,fi,940 am. ~i?d0 7.45 .m '1+.i ii! r. :f i JI h eJi3 M " ':; p . I' .i GQueeslonigtof?Geelorni:,Kr A .l.ýi LeavesQueelongf at ;5 a'in. ic.Anfd 5. 10pm esa ~ebaiPet 10 30,am'i 103 0 A,:.: i ; .t?a ee long' 3Qeensci m.v; ..... , ".m.res L45 p a, u l, 6.30 -:28m. bi .ueee s,?efnia' f.ti oe ''ugak Lenaves: eelonr " ,ta!i8 0 P uls o 1f an SiWateingthe? stock- 'aals.Lthei-making' A companys iaewformof hdei o d'l.ruhs.i m aku .e. i -beeots n tif...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Sentinel. WEDNESDAY, 6TH FEBRUARY, 1884. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 February 1884

-U WEDNESDAY, 6TH FEBRUARY, 1884. NEWS AND NOTES. A discussion took place recently be. tween a well-known local Hibernian and another gentleman as to' who was the first boy born 'on Queeiscliff.' The Hiberiian :held that it was his, boy, Michael ; the other denied this, and said it was M?r. H. C. Dod, the late Post master on the Cliff. The ' rgudient waxed warm, and the Irishmnian:finally clenched it by saying, "Sure, I:kinw it was rmyboy Michael that was. the first child' borib on Queenseliff, for didii't Bridget go up to Geelong to be confined of him."' Some time. ago there was a wreck near Queenscliff. A short time afteri a hard workingu a i bean'i becme possessed of a barrel of printer's inkl-minid, we do not say where' he got it. The fortiunate possessor of the 'printer's ink, not know ing what it was, thought he would use it for paint, so he daubed his feice with it. To what base uises -may wve not return, Horatio. The butche?s' annual picnic is adver-' tised: to arrive on :th...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 February 1884

ST. ANDREW'S ;CHIRCH. The aniiversary services at the abavd , .church wer held on Sunday. last, the preacher b'eing'the Rev. Mr McDougall of Geeloiig. For his sermoin iihthe " morning he chose the word: 'To every. rahnhis work,"' and he'treated hisihear-: "' ers to a vigbrous and eloquent; discourse on. the enobling advantages of a free .: and full discharge:of the duties of lifei. He sald the natural tendency of man:.i:,. was to'get the greatest aamount of the? . good things of this world with the least.: amount of exertion ; but. in his opinion, : a man enjoyed more that for. which h .. had lalioured, and, at the same time, the " discipline: of work .exercised. a; most. ::i .beneficial' effect obn"the .mentalrandlk:' .i physical' faculties ,oft man, -and his- :,f reWard "heire aiid hereafter was in pro-i . '::: :portion to 'the manner inI wlich;he had:.':,;' ,employed 'the 'taleiits .ntrusted' to l , . " keeping.-. " The" subject for. the eveniing. sermon. was'taleii from"the' Ish...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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POST OFFICE, QUEENSCLIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 February 1884

P;ST OPOFFIC;Q UIEENSCLIFF. ':Outward Mails close 't ..30 a.m. an 1 The lctter pillars u Ixi1in street 'nd SHesse 'setrct'Ie cleed I t ' a.in and 4p.n. Oii Eli ,sh i ,la s llhe pillars ari also cleiaicl half ianlhoui be_ afore Mail is closed at' tl Post Office . M ; oney ide s paro JO a. i .' too P,?*4' - ,-!j;l'; I i . :oto $pm : aily. and oS ?urdaua)s:till .-I Inwar'` aia {l ar d tu 95 d a? ? and 7.50 p.n. tj i! wl`' r ;ý n .r ili.ý '{i

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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QUEENSCLIFF BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 February 1884

QUEENSOLIFFo BOROUGH... COUNCIL. The usual monthly meeting of the above council was adjourned from ;the reguilar day of. sitting n to. 8 o'clock on Monday next, for the, purpose of jeceiy ing the n~annal valuation. Conwry and Evans, contractorp for the Point' Loinsdale road, havebeenii paid balance due io them, on whiic they claim 'a s'mall extra :The coui-{ cil still hold deposit moneyu:nti thet maintenance period: has expired.. :The council have sent in a claimito. the Government for. the piromised subsidy for. the.:road aIt Point "Ionsdale;'tthe amounlt is about £490; .also;dclaim, for subsidy for drainage for railway reserve, abouti. £88. . The' gardens- subsidy is expected. to amount to :£50. A refund of .license:fees has been.promised .paid by :Mhr Smiley, amounting to £55 8s 4d.' Never trust to 'appearances-it is: the, prosperous dentist'wiho looks most down in the mouth.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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BAILLIEU HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 February 1884

:BAILLIEUT .HOTEL. • ·ili;n:Franlcisa Ormond ( e... reeJ Cochranne ,, ,srobertson Prendergast Fitzgerald ,, Cameron Mr and Mrs Jamiesonl Mrs Harvey, Stoire, and Hull Misses 1coall, Harvey, Ormond (2), Robb, 1ev. S. S. Green, and Messrs Paterson, Koall, Goodall: (2),Brissinden, Robb, Quinlan, Highett, Barham, Robertsoii, *Bond, Davidson, M'Donald,' M'Lenu (2), :.Fitzgerald, Henderson, * Capt. Pakes rry ood, alleustine; Salamon, Williamson

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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VISITORS' LISTS. GRAND HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 February 1884

YISITORS' LISTS. GRAM) HOTEL. ,J4 :, :. W ants t o c..i.... " .a- '. . "T r : ., . "Bo d ,f+ :Y '.Mooreo., ' , :uT n:i . : - · , " ';-'1 oAllend ''ý: ....: " ; "f ;.`,,,e '.: D. Watson` . -' .ý, :..,. Te: Sladent- - Rev, and Mrs C5 :oodby and family . Mij ri anMr .r McPherson iss ortoBayne, Taor tson Mrs Sterin and family M#s Stephenson, MrsS SohplickTanner teenson (2), Soholhlic, "Ba-rber, Tanner, amthli (2), Ghent;:Whittinghami, Bellin. Messrs 'Wilkie Neileson; Harker,; ilcid, Solomons, Sucmmers~ Crawfoid, .Van BerghMcKdnrie Sellas, Kappere,, HoItson, Flack, Daveyi, Hhtt," T. W 1 , Thomni, Joske, Bairbern G Whiting Sbam . A. Hitingm'H Whit. ' ingha .C'iG' Whittingliam , . I;Wtiitiigliam; ,''Burbank,` Robertson, Scott (2),Dincan, bririimnonc Eyhns,, - Ellis, .Barry,,Clark!James NcchUll,'L, Iowatson, BE Ellsis G, 'G, Cove,. 3. : A? M'Donald; Johni Thomson, Geo. 'L4tibsh,,sunS:G.C;PSac;:. H: Moore, T,. S;" nt, ion'; Jun,; Cove;Scli11ck' .

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ESPLANADE HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 February 1884

.ESPLANADE .:HOTEL. Captaiin'aid .M Russell'and family S Donaldson' . ,Dr and Mrs Jnames' ' Mrs Dnffett .; R.AndersoU, nurse, and chikl iA Anderson ,, Col. Hutchins , Cooper ,?Mooney ,, Millar Mr and Mrs Haugh S Feunings ,, J. B, Shepherdson .Samuel? Mrs and Miss, Baumined Misses Mooney, Stephens, Wrigbt,Power. Mesrs W.alkei, Butcher, McDonald, MoPhail, Stawell, Brounan, Buchanan

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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TEMPERANCE HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 February 1884

TEMPERANCE HOTEL. Mrs Baggs an Mr and Mrs Dangerfield Mr and Mrs McDougall Mrs Shepherd and daughter Mr and Miss Carnduff   Mrs Hotchins and family " Cutter and daughter " Peeles and son " Little and family Mrs F. Taylor, Burnside, Thompson Brown, Wynne, Bawden, Callonay   Miss Lavers Messrs Shannon, Gray, Malton.

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ROYAL HOTEL [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 February 1884

.ROYAL HOTEL Mr and Mrs. R. J. Jackson, family (3) and nurse Mr and Mrs P. Nunn and family (6)   Mr and Mrs Barrett and family (5) Mrs Neck           Misses F. Nunn, King, Butler, Bradden McCormack. Revs F Kennedy and F. English Messrs : Thos: McKeone, John Jackson   Butler (2) Bradden

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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THE QUEEN HER OWN BEDMAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 February 1884

THE QUEEN HER OWN BEDMAKER,--AcS cording to a weekly contempo, ary, "it may not be generally known that the Queen invariably takes her own bed with her wherever she may be travelling." People would infer from tbis statement that her Majesty's " own bed" forms a part of the Royal baggage. The Queen always sleeps in beds of precisely the same pattern, and made up in exactly the same ,ay, They are all manufactured at Windsor Castle, and there is one with accessories at each Royal residence in this country, at the Villa Hohen. lue at Baden, at Rosnau, near Coburg, and on board the Victoria and Albert. When the Queen pays a visit, or goes abroad, a bed of the same pattern is made and despatched from Windsor in advance, to be in readiness for her. One was sent last year to Mentone, and three years earlier another went to Baveno. At Dunrobib, Eloors, and other country houses at which the Queen has been a guest, her special bed has usually been lyt as a memento of the Royal visit. JOSH BILL...

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"EL MAHDI." SKETCH OF THE FALSE PROPHET OF THE SOUDAN. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 February 1884

"EL IAHDI." SKETCH OF. THE FALSE PROPHET OF THE SOUDAN. The following is the biography of the mehdi which was drawn up by Lieut. Col. Stewart at the begining of the year 1883: Mahomet Achmet, the mehdi, is a Dongolawi, or native of the Province of Dongola. His grandfather was called Fahil, and lived on the island of Naft Arti (Arti-Dongolawi for "island"). This island lies east of and op posite to Ordi, the native name for the capital of Dongola. His father was Abdhllahi, by trade a carpenter. In 1852 this man left and went to Shindi, a town -on the Nile south of Berber. At 4hat timre his family- consisted of three sons and one daughter, called re spectively Mahomed, Hamid, Mahomet Achmet (the mehdi) and Nur-el Sham (light of Syria). At Shindi another boy was born called Abdullah. As a boy, Mahomet Ach. met was apprenticed to Sherif-ed-deen, his uncle, a boatman [?], residing at Shakebeb, an island opposite Senaar. Having one day received a beating from his uncle, he ran away to Kha...

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THE HON. J. B. PATTERSON, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 February 1884

THE HON. J. B. PATTERSON, M.L.A. The Hon. J. B. Patterson, whose portrait we present this week, is an old Victorian colonist, and lived for some years, in its early times, at Castlemaine, for which place he was elected a member of the Legislative Assem bly, and he has continued to represent that constituency for many years. He is a staunch Liberal, and was one of the stonewalling party which was put down by the "iron-hand" of the McCulloch ministry, and which resulted in the return to power of Mr. Berry, of whose ministry Mr. Patterson became a member. He was afterwards Minister of Railways in the next ministry which was formed by Mr. Berry, and was so higlily approved by all parties for his c. nduct in that position that many thought it gave him a claim to one of the perman nt three Commi-sionershi :s just app inted, au.i the probable explanation of his non.appoint. ment as such is to be found in the fact that the Service ministry has steered clear of all politi.' cal claimants. It...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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"LET US ALONE." [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 February 1884

"LET US ALONE." The squire, having a visitor on business was very much annoyed to be interrupted by his wife, who came to ask him what he wanted for dinner. "Go away I let us alone," impatiently said the squire. Business detained his friend till dinner time, and the squire urged him to remain. The squire was a generous provider, proud of his table ; and he complacently escorted him to a seat. A little to the surprise of both, they saw nothing on the board but a huge dish of salad, which the good wife began quiety to serve up. " My dear," said the squire, " where are the meats ?" " There are none to.day," replied his lady. " No meats I what in the name of poverty I The vegetables, then ? Why don'tyou have the vegetables brought in I" " You didn't order any vegetables." "Order-I didn't order anything I" said the amazed squire. " You forget," coolly answered the house wife. "I asked what we should have, and you said ' Lettuce alone I Here it is." The friend burst into a laugh, and the ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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THE IDEAL OF TRUE WOMANHOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 February 1884

THE IDEAL OF TRUE WOMAN HOOD. "Earth's noblest thing, a woman per. fected." As each artist has his own special theory of beauty, each philosopher his favorite dream for the world's good, each philanthro pist his pet scheme for man's benefit, so every masculine mind has a particular notion of what constitutes the true Ideal of Woman hood. A nation's position in civilisation might be known by the value it sets upon woman's influence.' Where this is rated highly, the people are advancing; where woman's worth is ignored,-the nation is going to decay. The pages of history glow with the records of woman. Joan of Arc is a notable example of heroism. Achieving great deeds for her country, she won for herself the immortal title of Maid of Orleans. For three hundred years the gratitude of her nation exempted her native village from taxation. Those who lay great stress on the power of beauty see in Mary Queen of Scots another striking figure. Her famous predecessor, Helen of Troy, immortalised...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 February 1884

ett week, the .Queensii Sentin mill be foul paea Oel 3000 shares. already taken u Ih-e Queenscliff is 'to tiade to West eii Port i(erut Cle-I2 WTIlkedr' iao :aor Elder f t T a Corlls,: m op aeited the fotifications on ThuIiday?F Harvest festival sri icesi will be held inSt George's Chuich to oirow a refeence to ou ad e i ,eitishi colum,-.:"s it ill be seen that fthe rie0 J God , of Maliyern, il . reach iboth moning: nd evening' 'ndherchuich asb usual: ttwilbe decorated with the f.its of the season.e '} The popularity ofl? e, A eica Giem business continiues ad the piopiletor still ?postpones the tinme whena. e ,,irle L foId luitent'Ike the Arabs, and bilentlyr gike away th iadies and gentlemnchoir is iompriiinmg - e iiclr ltelY:under the abe der u ~ iclo, Th'~lur d, and Wlls adt M'oonic ,`Sol a';class in the above churech in the evening'. The following are the names :-f thie adies and gentlemen comprising' te cladss'Treile, Mrs Wills and'Mis Sheeha i; alto,'t Misses Gardner,?r?.T T A...

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TRUTH AND FICTION : (IN UNEQUAL PROPORTIONS.) THE BAD BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 February 1884

TRUTR AND FICTION: (IN UNEQUAL PROPORTIONS.) THE BAD BOY. THE BOY BUNS A FUNERAL, AND SHOWS THAT BEI IS NOT HALF AS MEAN AS FOLKS THINK ' HE IS--TS PA RECEIVES HIM IN HIS ARMS AND PRAISES HIM-THE UNDERTAKER BE COMES EXTORTIONATE-WILL THE BAD BOY MARRY THE APPLE PEDLAR ? "Well, you don't look very kitteny this morning," said the grocery man to the bad boy, as he stood up behind the stove to get warm, and looked as though life was not one continued picnic, as heretofore. " What's the matter with you? Your father has not been tamp ing with you with a boot, has he?" "No, sir, said the boy, as he brightened up. "Pa aid ma are good friends now. He says he hasdiscovered that my heart is in the right place, and that I am going to amount to something, and he has forgiven every fooli'o thing I ever did to him, and says for me to come to him any time when I want advice or money to do good with, Why, when pa found I had pawned my watch to get money to buy medicine for the old woman, he went and...

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PUBLIC LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 February 1884

PUBLIC LIBRARY. h.Th a.::itnil meeting of? the subi s.rinbers and' life imeinieri~ of th Public Libiaiy washeld onk iusdly Genivig. T'he Ritev. J Gardiinei ipresided; and liere werie also piesent--Rev. H'IL ilkiiso? Dr. 'illiam?, ;and-· iMessrs Simipson, Jordan, Brebner; Bridges, Arkins, . -'Baillieu Sheehan, Cuzens, a fi: he new postuaster Mr Vp allace The annual report iwas read by th seietaiy :' .llusion _was imade thereiiin .t the progiess of the imove= ment for the establishient of a .Free Libraiy:,This gave .iise toananimated discussion being strongly opposeid by theiold habitues of the reading roomion tlie rouild that it: as tuiiauthoriged; ind' that· it clashed h iiti the;inteiresti, of the eisting subscribers ' Ever.tually: the clauii es refeiring tlloe Free Libiary werestiuck'oit and .th?irq wiw ws tle .adopted. iiwas o resolved=`to adjlurci the meeting fodr ?i' fortnight, to discuss and decide the question, Mr. Wilkinson hawvig kindly offeied the usefoW',?he schoolroom, i...

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