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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 August 1884

DAPERHANGINGCS, P PAPE RHANGIN.GS, At Mlelbourne Prices. E. ROBSON AND SON, PLUMBERS, House, Ship, and Locomotive Painters, SignWriters, Grainers, arid Decorators, QUEENSCLIFF AND BALLARAT, Successors at Queenscliff to Mr J. Brooks. Experienced workmncn sent to any part of the colony. T OROUGH OF ':QUEENS?iLIFFE. Inc?ompliance withia equilitionlri~nted to me, I hereby" covene a ;PUBLIC MEET ING of the Burg~sses to be held in the Town Hall on Wednesday. the 13th August inst., to-;hea;: th~:views of* the~ Caididate~ fso. Municipal Election . . ..E... . . CUZENS, Mayor. 5th August, 1884.. f UEENSC LIFF,' BOROUGHL ELEC TION TO THE ELECTORS OF QUEENSCLIFF: LADIES EAAD GENTLEMEN, We, the ~ndersigned, beg .respectfully to' announce that.we' are acgain in the field for re-electionaiid request your kind support. If returned we .shall continue to :work energeti sally. for the general good and, Wel fare of Queenscli.ff' ''' GEO. ADMANS.' E." CUZENS. " 1 ,8., C, SIMPSON. e Augpist,1884.., B ORO...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Psalm of Life. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 August 1884

The Psalm of Life. 'Lives of brokers all remind us; ie may make our pile in time, And departing leave-behind us IMore substantial stuff than rhyme.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Wrong Fur. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 August 1884

T he ,Wrong Lu'. A ;'veryj excited -?6loreds biother hunted up an officer patrolling Lonsdale street yesterday and said that he had long borne the abuse of-a man of his color who was then in a house in the next right-a-way, and' added "I doan' want to broke de law, but de time has arrove when I imus', crush dat pussdn t;o de dust !" ?! / "If I catch you fighting I shall ha~ e'to take you:down,L' replied the offider ' " I can't help it, sah ; can't help it, nohow. dat pusson makes his disappearance on de street while i'm~iarodn', d' fur am gwine to, fly, if I die.fur it I He's slandered me an, lied about me, an' Ize gwine to k-rush him same as you would a tiger." The officer passed on to the end of his beat, andireturned to find the crusher:with 'his' back to a deal .wall and a woman -lending him a wet rug to bind his head up. - :" " "Let's see? You are the man who .was going to crush some one?"!.observed the officer. "Icspects Lare." "Did-he come out?" . "I spects he did."'', D; " D...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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An Alarming Disease Afflicting a Numerous Class. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 August 1884

AnAl larring. Disease. Afllict ing a Numerous Class. The disease commences with a: slight ;de rangement of the stomach, but if neglected, it; in. time .involves the= whole' frame; em bracing the kidneys, liver,. pancreas, and, in frct; the entire glandular: system, and the afflicted drigs out a mi3erable existence until death gives relief from suffering. The disease,is often mistaken for. other comn plaints; butl if the reader will, ask himself the following? .questions,, he. will be able :to determine hetliher :he himself is one of'the: afflicted-Have I distress, pain, or difficulty, in. ,brething, after eaiting? Is there a: dull; h?'vy feeliug, attended by :drowsiness? Have the eyes a yellow tinge?. ;;Dos a thick, sticky, mucous ogather about thei gums "and teeth in .the mormugs,, accompanied bt y a diibsageeable taste ?l Is the tongue coited ? Is the `%l-pains in the sidi?? andb?ck? .Is ther-e a ?fulness ilbout the right sides.is if the liver. were enlar ing.? Is :there i costive...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Jealous Husband. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 August 1884

3A Jealous Husband. IHe caie home with a serious face. ;She who was all love and ,smiles, isaw in a.. 'instant thatsomething was the nmatter:' H~e turned his face away when she attempted to plant the warm kiss of greeting on his lips. H..Hr soul sank within, her. "-It wa. Sthe ( irt b ie ~i he! had. repuilsed her, iL George-" she?sail eagerlyiL ' telli me w?ka it is. Has your love grown cold? Treat me frankly. It is better to know the truth than be kept in suspense." He kept his. head aveirted afmidate, ibh lip trepnblj$ th'en h"e paid : .Oh; l'eavenssl FIrehe, how can you wear that mask of deceit when S.All-what ?" r j - d S"Spare me the!sad-recital," lie contmu'ed; -"4?there.-are-somethingsbetter* left-un said." "I will not spare you ; I insist on know ing what you mean. Tell me, and at once. Some perjured villain has abused your mind." "Alas, no I" he said, " I was an eye-wit ness of jt all. ,,Do not add deceit to youm other crimes. ='I was'there.aind saw it."' "Saw what?" she cr...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Marvellous Story. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 August 1884

A Marvellous Story. ,! ..Yery.remarkable-is.the case of the Oincin nati German who accidentally contracted the marble dise.sle 'He4F?w aecustomed when ever he was in the least degree excited to drinkfa gallon of beer, and for that, pfrpose k ept large pewter measure; holding precisely a gallon, on his dining-room table.; Being one, day engaged in an. earnest pork argument with a neighbor who had called at his house, e ' hastily took up the measure and drained it. There was only half-a-gallon of beer in themeasure; although the servant girl thought she had filled' it. The German's small-boy had taken the 'librty of putting all his marbles in the measure on:the previous even ing, and had .thus, half filled it. !:In his ex citement the worthy German swallowed the eiinire~ two iuarts of marbles, and a month. later broke out with an eruntion of assorted: inairbles of 'all sizes ,andmaterials, greallyto the relief of thelsmall-boy, who had mourned his treasures as being hopelessly lost.- ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Curiosities of Advertising. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 August 1884

Curiosities of Advertising: The following advertisement, which was placarded on, the hoardings of Bradford in June, 1882, is one of the most curious an niouncements we have ever come across : "Jones's New Dry Soap is an invaluable dure- for -Liver Complaint." 'The- various kinds of pills supposed to be famous for cur ing diseases of this kind are without num ber, but that dry soap, even supposing it is new, should be taken inwardly for diseases of the liver, we refuse to admit. Occasionally we come across an advertise ment to theeffect that by.sendiniga certain number of stamps to a particular address, we shall hear of something to our;advantage. It is wonderful the number' of people who will allow themselves to be duped in this way. A too credulous person,'who answered one of these advertisements, sending thirty stamps, received the following neat and, hu iniliating reply :i "Neveripay a b oy 'half-a crown to look after your shadow while you climb a tree to see into.the, middle of ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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ELLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 August 1884

ELLEN. " But, Bill,' it's eighteen months now since: you heard from the girl. She may be spliced to a potato miner in her native village by this, and not giving the gold miner 10,000 eirestsway a second thought.;: i b 2 a fear, Eb: there's no 'go ? back in Ellen. You don't know her. She'll stick to: me like cement, and when I get this thou sand-ouncer, which is waiting somewhere for , eto:lunearth, I'll cut'straight foi hbmie and , ::"es . jour. style to a hair. .You're just df? H oo3 on ;that girl:h, Every prospect you wash is for Ellen. You pick and shovel, cradle and pan-all for Ellen. Now, wouldn't you curl up and snarl if some;other bloke stepped in and sneaked her off?" " There's no need to trouble about what'I do, because I'm just as sure of her as if I had her by my side all these months. So t et ascloseithe subject, and go and:see what's momving atd Mac's. " A'right. I'm sick o' this foolin', any hoW ," We're fast' mates, whatever comes, eh,ol? boy9? . . , " We are, Eb." S ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Ham and Eggs. Eggs. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 August 1884

. . Ham ,and Eggs: Eggs. Nothing thatt Pc?s Around on legs . Is more than dregs To eggs. Hamn. Neither yam Nor nice spring lamnl Is worth a-clam . Side 'o ham. Combined. We do find They fill the rind Of all mankind Ham-and eggs.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 August 1884

V? O ? .... Any description of General Printing executed in Fi st-class Style with S? i Quick Despatch, and for Moderate Pri, t the Office Sthis Newspaper. In the Advertising Department every effort is made to satisfy customers-Special Inducements for Large Advertisements, and Low Quotations sr al

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Sentinel. SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 August 1884

SATURDAY, AUGUST: 9, 1884;'. T'~HE drain ag:e' question came mi: obr a? large share of discus sion at thc&' coincill table: on Mldav last, and. members seem to have been.. stimulated by- the Ivarious letters ' and articles that have .appeared:, ii oui columns and in thecohumns of the Melboulrne Argis .aud Herald. The sugogestion that was ,moved. by.:the Mayor, that we should offer a bonus forthe best scihenmefor fl shing the channels with salt water was.pdstponed with the viewr of ascertaining whether .aperi, nient Water supply cannot.: rbe procured from Geelon?,' a iilf ta l~ert,;rhas) ,gone te the Coin-i nlisioner; of Public .WorksltW' arrange- fir al deputation frioni our. council to urge upon thelin? the p' itive necessity for the Work.l ' Various strong argu ments, w~ere brought forward in support of this jnovemeat a we are pretty'"stn ie tia if Drysdale will join. with us: the thing will speedly be ac cepted. Failing this, thy:, Mayors plan might be adopted ~amelyi tha...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 August 1884

SALAMIS: {:, ?';, i,,d{; nk fie,"Iý?;·:·. . .: _ , :. :. .,:. , :: ... J DTOPENED a ;varityof'N0wV?Patterns ·"1 1u/c . 4BBITTANIA3METAL, i S .teapots from 2to- l gill. Tea Urns and Coffee Pots. :SHAW'S Chia? WSarehouse, .I. ," , , iync street, Geelong.;, "i · " . , ,·i,- ',' ;'' B it Y A N S, .'' raper, iOutfitfteir, ' And Family Grocer, . '. 'Wine and Spirit Merch ~i ;. 5 E S' SE STRIEET * iz 1i^'^ f 'Qdeeselifef.! .I •:f " ....... Readhi idn begs t an j "uon?nce thato lseha - OPENED : r ESSE AND STOKES SREET , An-entirelyifreshspply of God1 o fo casuli the pleie:.quoted will giavea sto r. I rl'sed fisfacioIonL' ' ;a '1 Hai and bacon; butter and .eggs V'Teget blen fresthffwnothe gardeii: -y'! S' ilk ~upplied.'; . . ' .: * :.r Do not forget athe adress . 'o6rner ofHESSE ANDSTOMG.STREET. .9 1 ..;I,,, ' -. ' N I?,THA JELBROW .., .: Sl- ;;!! il-^t^i F ; ,IMPORTEB.pI 07 ,If ,': * i"/.: R: BLE t MONUMINTS, ,gSTATUES, N: D E VERTY DESCIPTION OF ; .. 'r, i - ?- M 31. unAl E TALBLETS. .; : ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Wedding Ring. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 August 1884

'A Wedding Rig. "No luck'againto.day, Polly."' ' Dave Heothcote tdok off his coat, and flung it on the dilapidated sofa of a shabby little front parlor in Lambeth, and then dropped into a rickety armchair with a deep sigh. Polly, like a: dutiful little iife,,came to comfort hini.' ' "Don't be downhearted;'Dave, dear ;:re. member when things 'are at"the'woiMt they will mend.";: "c ' '' - ":Mend'be --".......... Polly put up her little hand, and clapped it on Dave's month just in time. "Now, don't be a cross old dear ; ear up and be rii-eoir"kii tih e"*. . Dave didr look ,at herwith his eyes very wide open '"for Polly had'dartedtbo the middle of thsroom,,and-was danoing-a-breakdown whichf would have sent a sixpenny gallery wild with delight! :': . '"I." .. ",Very nice, my dear,". said Dave, with a sarcastic 'inflectioni turned on full, ",but you'reiperforining toi bid house; tire's'no money in it''ý t ,?+!''_ )';!s •,? 1R'l * ,'I SPoly; n.ot? of breath, with a merry twinikle in -her e...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Remember This. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 August 1884

Remember; This; I yoi tre sick, Hop Bitters ..ill surely iid. Natute iiiimakinig yout, iell whernTall' else il you are" costive ,or dyspeptic, or, are.,.. suffiring from- any other; of the niumerous. diseases of the stomachor bowels, it is your on fault if you rema. ill, for op; Bitters is! a sovereign remedy, in: all sucil:'comrn. pjlaidits: S: If :you are wasting away with:anyv, form of,::. Kiducy Dicease,. stop tempting: Death this. ~moaiment, and .turmnfor a cure to Hop Bitters. If you are sick with that terrible sicknessi:.. Nervousness, youwill find al. ":Balm:in:Gi lead" in the use of Hop Bitters.. . If youare. a .frequenter,..or a :resident of:::. a miasmatic district,. barricade your system, against the scouige of all countries-mala riial, epidemle, ;bilious, ;aud. intermitteut fevers-:bythe use of Hop Bitters.. , :f yon, .have. rongh, ,pimply,: or :.sallow skin, .bad breath, pains and aches,, and feel:;.: iniserable gcnerally, Hop: Bitters w:ill give; you fair skin,; rich;...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Which I beg to Remark. Mr Heditor. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 August 1884

,Which I beg to Remark.: 'MF tHdtor. .'iJNot" be i' one oftfle hari?c t soray of tThs lisrc iyillage, lemn n faetonly a pis iittorial haitist (;tt' is w\hat I herd our local poet call us),: bein'rin fact' only' a fishermanlwhlichlI'ii ttold even froi tihe times oftlhe Apostleshs beeni a down t oIdeii lot I feels isomewhat:backward ini expressii myw opinvon :i the face: of the t: show ,oft staleit vhilih is': :nbow eiT di plved' in thi publicid ei ye SI .n ii liknow as mee and' my;mates did ought to hinterest :hourselves much into thei storm in a colffee?pot .vhcli? is liew conwnilsiin this i'lllage. iSome of us thinksas..if youri-little peninsila (that's what Fisher.. calls it) was sunk under the iiext flood tide it wonldn't matter miich to bus. Why, 2 boys and Ia dingy couldi keep your:. whole popula-. tiou in'-fish. Still, bein'here, as it were, we can't help feelin to sonie licdxent: th cat's paw that's'a disturbhil the surface of your perlitickal sea (that's F: agin). I see that...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Light and Healthsome [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 August 1884

A burning question-=How much is the gas bill? .. A Summary Proceeding-Taking off your flannels. The hairdressers' window is a relic of baic oPme l re i I ing else to fill up.; A smallsotil has plfity of'el6ow-room in a narrow-minded man. The ps, w eeg p sti race. They had a single eye to business.'`.... 7 "Nothing but t'aves,' as'Adam remarked, when admiring his wife's polantiise, "Tli`eaiven7fs charliehinm b makes fools, and don't expect much' from her own crea tion: i" Y I l: l T., Why is a horse a curious feeder ? Becape he eats bt when he hasn't a bit in is m outh. ,,,,,,?#,.# ,?oG?; " What part-of a'dwelling";hpuse would best suit a phrenologist, for his study? The scullery;'?" :".? ;" * , ,i . / . A'hors deIler, deseribingl a used;up hors'e said "'he looked as if.he had been editing a newspaper." :i, My, .ife,' .;remarked F~itznoodle, is fairly crazy.over'the fashioii' Shei'd got the delirium trimmins." S"Half a loaf is better than none,'" as the fellow said who was kicked out...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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THE VICTORIAN ARTILLERY AMATEUR DRAMATIC CLUB ENTERTAINMENT [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 August 1884

lTORTA .ARTILLERY AMATEUR DRAMATIC CLUB ENTERTAINMENT' By a Queenscliff Lady. SButwlen'th a (aaofwar blows 1 pourears. Ten itate t actionoft tir., SHAKESPERE.. TR"HT notliinn succeeds like success .was : unmistakablyt verified ,by ;Wednesday evening s entei'Lai ment, hlente Vi .torian Artillery iDraniatic Club, out of the syp rsin f rom, t iii nianly and. soldierly hearts. inaugurated aid brought'?to a' mo." t'mt stsfactory, concli. Ssion ,(for ;theyi benefitvoofi",the ,Aiker family) 'aa'drnahiatic andiiuica if melange of the most choice aimd' variod charac ter' Thle description :,of so superioi an entertai?iment is a subject for an ablei'r pen, yet pardon tle seeming presump tioa: of the wealermix, and 4,n , If my feeble efforts nourght avai, Should afte fall inywea endeavors fail, ' Still let some mercy minyour bosoms live, And ifyou.e'ant applaud, ~.4 4p 1 ti At i ' leastfor give; " To say the entertainment passed o off. with" brilliancy ande eclat swere feeble praise--it proved ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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REMOVING THE BLINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 August 1884

REMOVING.THE BLINDERS. Next to the cruel check rein, blidders are the most useless and ugly appendages of the horse gear. They, are not only useless, but injurious to the eye-sight.. The London Lancet, which is acknowledged to be the leadini medical journal of the world, condeoins the use of the blinders in the .strongest terms. , The argunmentuseil in favor of the blinders, that horses are afraid of passing carriages, is weak and unfounded. A horse is not half so likely to be frightened if he, is allowed to see all that 'is going on as he Ais when half-blinded. If allowed to see everything, he becomes' familiar with all objects. ... If half blinded, every stirring leaf and paper excites:a nervous horse, for. the reason that he gets no 'clear view of the object, and therefore magnifies all half-discerned objects into spooks.-i Besides, the miost beautiful' feature of the hborse 'is the. eye; and if not hidden from our gaze would' serve to denote sickness, pain or pleasure. brimy ja ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Borough Council. Monday, 4th August. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 August 1884

Borough. Conouil.: SMonday,. 4th August.' iPresent-The' mayor,: Ors Adnans, ,Arkins,- Baillieu, I'Henley. Horne, Tamieesun, aild Siilpson. , letter was; read from : the depart ment istating that ;permission: would be ranted to haive That is cialled aigsuffer ancewiiL r, anrd thle vesses eliteried and cleared at Geelong. iThe Mayori said :that the; master of the,'v1ssel' ydiild have to goto` Gelong, Sgr' chleared atO tis meant considcr able delay: It ?s simply jealousy on the panrt :of. Geeloig' which :pi'evented the request': frohi being granted: He moved that the Commissioner of Cus tons beh aaitl written to, amd told that' his reply was not considered satisfac factory. The council should' ask for it ais a right, not as a favor. C:Or": Henley cv said he thoiught some further ~action was necessary, and that the answer was far from satisfactory. 'Mr Levier hliad told him that Mr Langridge would.- attend to their re quirements 'in 'the matter of making' Queeiisdliff a port of entry. T...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Language of Flowers. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 August 1884

[The intelligence to .be communicated is expressed by wearingtliheappropriate vege table in your button-holei? Daisy-Does yofr mother ,know- you're out? Dandelion " youlknow if yogur father is in ?,{' Parsnip i-i'?up thi e builldog. ? Turnip-I ion toi bject to freckles Sage-Yu bar!eitoo too. ; SChicory I'mgoing out'to see a 'mn. Clove-1 liave seen him Cucumbr-lIce cream.? ' China aster Front gate' Mint-Ypu'rc$ a amb; Beet-top-Reserve the next clog.for. me... IRdllyliogk='Tiiat` other fellow of'no comrmercial al'd ° ' : H walk TithlTce cream ?- - Dap' oblooming 'teiotke G droj leave mignone tcCome under the brim of my hat. ,Cabbage-Y ourhairpins tare 'cominig 'oiit~ Lemon? Are, you ,a soda-water1 girl, or is youriaff'etio disinterested? ,` Rhododendron megat?ierium-Just catch my eyeflo weo Are, on 'going:, o the ball this eveni . 2 _ .) Orange ditto-S'mother evening? Best-'faily self-raiisini gditto-You take the cake: le r -- - : : ] urdock7-The, old woman .appears, tot be Alaiirncul...

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