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For Man's Delusion Given. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 16 August 1884

For Man's Delusion Given.: Those girls are all a wicked show, For man's delusion given; Their smiles of joy and tears of woe Deceitful shine, deceitful flow; Not one is true in seven. They love you for a little while, And tell you naught shall sunder Two loving hearts;.then, full of guile, Bait others with their witching smile, And you may go to thunder. " What are you writing such a big hand for, Pat? " "Why, you see my grandmother is deaf, an' I'm writin' a loud letthcr to her I" Why he loved music.-" Your wife is quite a vocalist." "Yes.; and I encourage her in it as far as is in my power." "Quite right, too; for music is a divine art. And your wife's singing, I should think, would please you greatly. " Yes, indeced; for when she sings, she can't talk, and----- !' 'The lady came in. at that moment, and the conversa tion was not continued. A purse containing twelve shillings was lately picked up at the door of one of our leading attorneys in Melbourne. It is un necessary to mentio...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Practical Young Woman. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 16 August 1884

A Practical Young, Woman. Young Julius Jones loved Ssan Slade; And oft,.in dulcet tones, He vainly had besought the maid To take the name of Jones. "Wert thou but solid, then, be sure, 'Twould be all right," said she, "But, Mr. J., whilst thou art'poor Pray think no more of me" ,. . Poor Jones was stad; his coat was lad; His salary was worse.; ---But hope suggested: "-Jones, my lad; Just try the power of verse." He sat him down and wrote in rhyme How she was in her spring, .And' hei siumer's goldehn priune And all that sort of thing. The poem praisedher'liafi and eyes Her lips with honey laden. He wound it ulpup inthe skies And mailed it to the maiden. She read it over, kept it clean, Put on her finest raiment, To "Tit-Bits ".office 'then she went And got five shillings paymient

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANALYSIS OF POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 16 August 1884

SANALYSIS OF POLL. ,. Pri,~ ..:O Iki ,dmaus, .Cuttier ,Cuzens 27 ,, "inipon . , Cu Ie L, rid IlIe 7 P riddle, S 4fun 2 Cu en.s .3 -o? , l'lufllu per ` "' 1 Edinian2 .uup u .. ... . 7. . Ctt er, is; I t iPriddle . Priuule 24 SPlni .per . Cottir . Cauens Priddle Simpson- 4 S;: iil son .. ?.17 Pu: p r: : ? :; I COzens .. ..121 Puiddle, Simpson .. 1 Plumper . 5 Priddle 64 91 . 141 polled 190 I informal. 1 Spapers for 495 votes 133 voted for .3 -==.399 ... 40 2 0 1 1 -16 ·.- :;I· ~ .~.495 .,·I·

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Patent Calumniator. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 16 August 1884

.The Patent Calumniator.: Old Major Snodgrass was nominated for *State Senator up in Oregon the other day, and the same - evening a dusty-looking stranger, chiefly asttired in an old plug hat and ingratiating:timile, dropped in to see the nominee on partioular business.; L " I ?iave comei Maji," said the visitor, putting his feet on the piano stool, and light ing a Sullivan cigarette, "I have come to congratulate you on your prospect, and to offer you my services as a first-class calummiia tor. L " A what!" asked the Major, much sur prised." *": ' Why,' a calumniator.:: Never run for orfice before?. Well, I'll explain: You see,assoot a, a, nominee starts:in: on: his.canvass, -of course the opposition parties get right in and traduce him for all that's out ! you've noticed the fact, I dare say ?" "Yes, I think I have," said old Snodgrass, with a sigh. "Exactly; they invent all sorts of queer stories about the man, and try to blacken his" record tie worst way.." ' "And they succeed pr...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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He Got What He Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 16 August 1884

S He Got What He Wanted. "You had better get rid of that stove pipe hat ; you'll be livelier without it," said a powerfully built red-faced young lorry driver the other dayas he nearly drove over a delicate-looking gentlemen. The pedes rian lihad to skip in an undignifed manner to escape. . You want your neck wrung badly, e said, hase gained the sidewalk, and looked after the lorry. The driver heard him an ulled uip the horses at once. "Will you wring it ?" he asked, in gruff tones. The. gentleman took a few seconds to consider th uestion. Then he said, "No, I'll leave that job for the hangman; but I will flatten your nou,,if that will suit you." ,It appeared that the proposal 'suited the driver, for in.thiry econds he stood--before the fragile looking nan. --'Now flatten my nose," he said, de fiantly. Itwivas done before the words were ell.out of his mouth; and a?'he lay nhi ack' in ?he _gutter, the expression on hi patterel' ,eountenance was that of pain and hamazement. " 'What di...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Borough Election [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 16 August 1884

Borouh Elrecton The following appeared .as a sjpecia edition on Thursday--' Conhsiderable interest was shown in the municipal contest this morning,i an;d shortly. after' the' polling': boothes were .openedd voters began to exercise their right. During the day traps were flying about with placards--some ' Vote for' Admans, Cuzensi and: Simpson,; and others with 'Vote for Priddle anid Cottier.' There are,213 names; or ithe roll, having 280 votes, so that, allow ing for absentees, it will be seen that the candidates worked hard to get voters in. Shortly after 5 o'clock Mr Stoneman declared the poll as follows 'Admnans ". ... 124 Ciozens ... ... 121 ittier: ... ... 95 Simpson ... ... 91 ,Th Eanilidates 'thanked those" viio. 'hid -?voted' for them, and Mr ':Siipson said e::i had served the borouigh faith :fully tfor20 Tyears, and trusted that they had: elected i better man: in his steiad IMrtrf?ddle tsaid hlie wapleasid with the number -whiohad vot? i for hin under the cirbinistances i'<...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Life Insurance Warnings. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 16 August 1884

Life Insurance Warnings. Two blind men on, the railroad track," I:Strolling up.and strolling back ;,..: A special train came whizzing along There ain't any more to this 'ere song. A kitchen-stove-a servant girl A kerosene-can-oh, foolish churl! A lighted match-a fizz-a boom No servant girl left in the room. A big pop-ciacker burns too slow, A boy stoops down the fuze to blow; A loud report, a painful cry, A thumbless hand, a sightless eye ! A Remington rifle-unloaded too Playfully aimed at the girl in blue, The gun went off, so did the girl, And the rope should give the boy a tlvirl. An editor calii-'a poet mild "I've brought,' The Song: o6f. an.0'phau Child,' " A paper weight-a sickening thud Red and rich the poet's blood. A pretty maid-dressed so neat, Majestically walking down the street; A shining peel-a terrible fall, A rosewood coffin-that is all. A lisping rhymster, a typo man, Who another " take" began to scan; A fearful yell, a crash of glass Make room and let the funeral p...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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We couldn't do it. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 16 August 1884

WeWe couldln't do it. - We consider ourselves tolerably smartt t almost anything, and after being in the paste aiand scissors trade fob many~ears, we got iold, the ptner dsy, p nni!e?.tviz., thative could set type., eeh seen it done almost daily for rs'and i we could not do.it ourself,; .:evlfelt 'that1 we ?~oiilld J ke `io' kow tile reason why?',Seleiting the time wheh the ejeof.,ian] was remoteffrom.oui composing room, we armed ourself with a stick; pre paratory,to a 'composition that sl?ould p?o? dii6e ae leain'pdroof lan l open our foreman s eyes. We couldn't help ;'lihuck i as we thought` how`'astonihed'lie would be.' .ye felt so business-like and capabl&amp;'as we thus nmeditated 'stick 'i hand,` that we caught ourselves contemplating the advisability: of dischargin'g the printers and d'oiig our own type-setting. Why not? We could set so imuch every day, and six times that would lbe- however; we, would .think of 'that later, and"no ?to business' we would ju st throw alialJ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The First Meerschaum Pipe. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 16 August 1884

The First Meersehaum Pipe. . In 1723 there lived in Pesth, the capital of Hungary, -Karol Kowates, a shoemaker, whose ingenuity in cutting and carving on wood, &amp;c., brought him into contact with Count Andrassy, with whom he became a favorite. The couiit, on his return from a mission to Turkey, brought with him a piece of whitish clay, which had been presented to him as a curiosity, on account of its extra ordinarily light specific gravity. It struck the shoemaker that, being porous, it must be well adapted for pipes, as it would' absorb the nicotine. The experiment was tried, and Karol cut a pipe for the count, and one for himself. But in the pursuit of his trade he could not keep his hands clean, and many a piece of shoemaker's wax became attached to the pipe. The clay, however, instead of assuming a dirty appearance when Karol wiped it off, received, wherever the wax had adhered to it, a clear brown polish, instead. of the dull white it previously had. "At tributirg this c...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Mysterious Mark. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 16 August 1884

frbIfThe Mysterious Mark. "Roll on, thou deep and dark blue ocean, --roll!" spouted a cheerful-looking pas i hinger,' casting 'a, patronising glanceat the ibillowy.waste on whose heaving' bosom-our good ship tossed like a plaything. "Roll, and be hanged to it !" grumbled I, "if only it would roll me." " 't J? f'was. ay first acquaintance with Nep - a tsfi'e,' nd we didn't get on well "together. q say the truth, I was in no amiable mood. l I'adisisagreed with 'the steward about the quality of the steak he lead sent me for breakfast, and,, dfinally, had disagreed with my breakfast itself and parted company it. It was while leaning over the taffrail at Sthis point, that my; feelings' were'harrowed by the poetical passenger's quotation. " . You're sea-sick," he remarked. `l F"s I I am," I answered, gru fly, intend ing no pun, but a decided criticism on the self-qbviousness of the statement. ,"ye a sovereign specific for that malady," said the stranger. ! ' You're a lucky man, I grunted....

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Don't be Mean. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 16 August 1884

iDoni't beIMean.: " Doni't` be mean, my bo ; don't do mean things' and say mneanu, things.*;-,GCitivate a feeling of kindness, a spirit of charity, broad and pure, for men and things. Believe the 'best of everybody,have faith in humanity; and as youthinkiletter of other people you will be better yourself. You can, with some accuracy, measure a man's character by the esteem in which he holds other men. When I nhear. a -man repeatedly declaring, that all other' men .are,- knaves,,-I ant a$-trdoli en dorsement 'on that `an's 'paphr befbre I'11 lend. him..money....W.hen. a man. assures me. that all the tempera ice mien inhis townitake their' driinksfo thd sly, I wouldn't leave that mian and my piivate demijohn-i? I had one :togetWher eInna room five mmutes. ' When a man tells me that he doesn't ,know one. preacher who isn't a'hypocrite, I have all the evidence I want that that man is a liar. Nine times in ten, anW frequently oftener; you will find 'thti men endeavorto0disfigure all othe...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 16 August 1884

n description of General Prmting executedin Fist-class Stye with 3M A, uw ini' W th iouck Despnaqtch i-.- and4 lo:r Mderate- Price, at the Offce oi n SIn the A'vertising Department every effort is made to satisf, ciqtomers-S-ecia1 ~i?r?a r" . ertwsemets, n ow :uotl a,, -.-e .-ry ... . . . . c.. .. .-?... . . ,o L ...rge . .d.e.t ...m ..ts, ..nd Lo ....... rn , o ;,,; • , .,?-;? ;;;; ?.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 16 August 1884

Del). ? inetr t i P'ublic W orks, i t':, -;b;uiine, 9thugust. [88j. r~,ENDEIS will li i reeivdii, slubject to . :lthe, totdlidni'u i f:! :e'ill Uiiiig, for COT o'clock oTa Iurs.Ldy, thl 21ti1stlnt. 'artitiiliSare mayb h~elearnt'at this 0 icec and at the luhi io Qoce.l.chff. ".. .The'amtount of ithe prelimntiiitary deposi. to accoaipaiiy the TlL'e'id 20j Ud. alnd the namiount:of the?ibeposit :as :"cash:: sceurity for the i?:due pfodiid.nce of' ie contract is 10 pie(cLnt. ? 1he Bitrd of Lad?m. amnd Wobrks. ,,ill not necessarily accept tlii:A loi? eit: 0i any Teujldei :.:i:, iRED DEA; ):KIN, - Commissioner: of ublid Wor k?. Election N ·otices. s ANNUAL `ORDINARY' ELECTION ":. SRes:ltof the Po11?,l1th August, 1884. GEORGE =ADMANSb.. 124 --EBENEZER (CUZENS i. 121 -? 1JAMES . UJTTlER ... . o s CHARLES C. SIMP'ON? .. J 91 : lWM. GEO. I:RIDDLi E:,. 64; I therefore deelare George Akmans, Eben ezer Cuzens, and James E. Cattier, duly elected as. the Three Councillors in 'tlie Borough Council. ...

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Remember This. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 16 August 1884

. Remember This ': If you are sic, Hop Bitters will surely id Nature in making yo.i wellu when all else If you are costive or dyspeptic; or ire suffering from any other of the nuimerous diseases of the stomach or bowels, it is your own fault if you remain ill, for Hop Bitters` is a 'sovereign' remedy `i' all suich com plaints If .you are wasting away with any foim of Kidriey Dicease, 'stop tempting Deatht this momni ent. and turn fora cure to Hop Bittr?si If you; att' sick with that terrible sickness, Nervousness, you will finid a ' Balm i Ui lead' in the use of Hop Bitters. If you are a frequenter, or a residlnt of a miasmatic district, barricade your system?i against.the scourge :of all 'cointrics-mala. iial, epidemlc, ,bilious, and intermitteit, fevers-by the use of Hop Bitters. i : If yon havo rongh, iimpil, 'or sillow skin, bad bre.;h, pains an- iacues, and fel'i miserable geually,. Hop "Bitters willgi?v you fair skiu, rich .blood;, aud sweetest breath, health, and comfoirt ?. ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Sentinel. SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1884. OUR GASWORKS [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 16 August 1884

... iSATUDA , ; AUGUST: 1618 Nowv thfath acti~ve:= ozi'atic i have:b eenii fuily. comrnenilced it may'`i Ceres ' ouriredei,-" 0; be putin mpossession:of a?ewi facts: the works':has beenlet tilP4 S. .Hutchison, ,i,,ho.may in' irgis.name emog.so ; ell Ths gintlokerd iipin asi?G i? hi wxiIte withS o ? er;w `ie ' : h s bIe fto pi eh sethel.nes sair"y plaint..'..' , itug f~. rol on dtirin??ude?" dito$ J u (4t:hli" 1 tat ies. ,the Pies;, wt tli?turnedt lranig 'cenets beeu ma.de' ioi freight by the s.s.. Ghaee whith Ieaebs oni '±e 23r1 6f haive i:;, rd1 of;, July Iliave':enga'ged aman ia'd accompany the' material a t. "ult i? ?' :ei the g~a'sli6l'der o hQat ýo ll'so,:ýsrnoexpensq has been spared to -coipletie he woioks i1acoitrac1 time, :and I trust next hiistithia' D tlie compact httle Bor ;diigh 6, Quiensehlif will 'be l?uiiwit gas. oli Othe',24lithofJul.r,?MI xion, theSecweta y!,, rcei le a :cablegram ..stati , ': T1e wh ole 0,, plant sh Ghazee '" We may w'tlierefore week 'in '-Septemb'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 16 August 1884

Ex SALAMIS. d"~' " 1ftb? aRITITANIA VI,.L ' ,T~eaUrns and Coffee Tots. *IfJ- ·' · I arc' `HAWY S ' } iS China Warehouse, yiyl street Occilong,, '}`'3, , _ And'Family Grocer,''" 00 e and Spirt :i,; t.y;rWine pand" puLrt Me chant. ;'1e.l?. 5 fl:, E S 'S:E' 1,S'T 'T.hE ,j? " a ifJ T cliff- ij e +ha+ d; thin a s thl st and h arteenh 4are efo ech..,the pricd' , quoated will gve eur ri ; ;. ;every sat isfat+# i oi{n, • G IE.... o. } tlie F , st qu lty itr 1. i T', oAqccs and se4igx's't l h s'tod . esident s,?and, iisitqrs-- . .i:, ii f "c a'f :''' HiE aJtr `=a loiAt the Coinerof 14i) oHESSE AND STOKES STREE T. An entirely fresh supp ly, ,' of iit s "hand; and as the stock has 'e'n, 'fire arO :'fo'r casl'uthe priecs quoted'll give c ti mene eervy s'tisfactcofl Slit',:' GROCERIE ST ofthRE st, osqualityr; aitN1am ant haconnjiutter BndO eggsWN f hetoffe eild:Fretsi ote garden la? po ' - da1 , j f.Y ?,! tot. ordert. " v: . .... ..?.,, ,/, o ? rl teraccos andcigars of athlle ,kirands, ,, ', Mi?...

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A Diamond Ring. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 16 August 1884

A Diamond Ring. It was brought in on a very foggy night; .and just as the pawnbroker was closing. It? was quite a gentleman, who came in quietly, drew his glove off, removed the ring and . asked ten pounds on it. The money was lent directly. It was only .a gispy ring for the little finger, with a single stone, but it was worth treble that amount. The gentleman gave the name of John Smith, put the duplicate and the gold into Shis pocket together, and walked out into the fog. A little way up the street a four wheeled cab was waiting, and the face of a lady deeply veiled was peering anxiously from the window. The gentleman jumped in, saying to the -.driver, " London Bridge as quick as you can." . The man whipped his horse, and away they went jolting over the London stones. "It's the most stupid thing in the world, 'my darling," said the gentleman presently, to his companion ; "in the hurry and confusion I came away without any ready money." The. lady was alarmed. She had the ap pearanc...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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What is this Disease that is Coming upon us? [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 16 August 1884

What is s~ f Disease is :. tinrsltis? :?rr, l.p i'jUPO n; )~* I "TIKI i'at~tief k iih bht it sta t ip usuci 3-n pity ?ton' have pMaid about tbh. chest' andi 'si!1cs and sometimes in t h 'b s:cr. tThey f~el dnat ana slo~epy'. the' midol{ti~as :1. 7badthSe, `especiitty in the mornubi A soil: of sticky nisuue collcdts ahcnlt the` 4ili' Thor :appobite is 'poor. I n `ero is'it c lug , like a" heavy lu'i' on the stmn-ich; 'mxetiine i h fain .lsl~yi-car sea ion ''Lbh 'jRt of }the pit "I'-"aUi *i h icihfd ds h'l 'it =tisfy z~ i{k llat snnken,'tlie tih'i 'nd fee't' be"ifile `ciaanti'. 3feel :lathihy' Afters a'stitn rih'ý. ecUtmeq ne--= vous, irritable and 'dinoihy, itx'hJ hs ~vd'fore hodligkL :'There is *' agiddiniess, a, sort of whrliln' sensation" in thr i:head wshenii rsing uip l' suTddeue' ' The bdwels bicoitle costive. 3the .kin is dLV sand 'hothitl times;: the blooit bcbccies thnicksnd st4pnant th e.wnitce of 'the' e eyc1 tlkttnmc tingred with yellow, thoe" amuntis's sealtuazid lht"n -...

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To the Editor of the Sentinel. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 16 August 1884

To ~thEditor ofthle Sentinel. I)ar Sir-Allow e throughtholhe thedi e eut b lpaper togthan the -residentsfQueensolit and St. Leonadsfor itheir kinI sympaii thy to ward Mrs Robson and myself duirin a very niuch stronger attachmenttci: study to deserve the 'kind 'regard' :of .th e inhabitants i ani dear' bn ;-` :Yours sincieely,3 E RossoN Hesse at, Queersclif, 1I'4h Aug ut

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Light and Healthsome [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 16 August 1884

A 'law-sueit-Wig and gowin. A regular poser-The photographer. "Foot "-prints--Explanatory notes. The oldest couibination lock-Wedlock. ; .Multum in parvo -A.woman!s.tongue. .A'Bosom; Friend.'-Thie chest" protector. What English landowners won't swear by -By:Georgel: ' Difficult punctuation-Putting a stop to a .gossip'stpongue., What is it that will keep inanyliinate ? -The secret of a woman's age.r The best time on record it the old Jockey Club'meeting'was the lunchitime.,.= A poem in an exchange is eiititled " Some body Passps." '!'Somebody,' evidently held only two small trumps and poor side'cards. Some .docto.is are advancing the ?theory that' popl'iwoild bemoribirobust if they ate more onions. There'is no ,question that they would be stronger. A'scientest says'thatn:in tlie'moon a nut falling!ffrom the bough would; crash through a man liketa".bullet. That settles it; we shall never g' to tli 'moon to'gather nuts. iThe School of Philosophy has. not yet de tefied lhw' a'woman' sho...

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