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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

I.; he ;Quelenliff eo:responde nt of tle; Ballarat St air: rites--": i that;thei i sxcuron season to Qtcencliff i comhii onlt, perhai gs, ilinit be outof ilate to, remind ,the hueads :pof families' anid others that" there is nio need tof hamnper' tliem selves with a cartload, of pyoviios, for: reh'shiieints can ie olitained at: reasotn aileprices ontlhe Cliff. ,o bing rii se hbags' to Qutmenselif'f is like ti: kinj coals' to Newcastle. : At ot+'ine picnicd exnlirsion' ,to tie 'Cliff o.n a hot suninicir da)y t!i:e were d34(1- exurs iilist?S coui1nted carrvin'g ha'gs lholi?d., eniotg li l iroll:? to fee an a ri, ii:.ti here ii is neei I ti ml kle a, pleattre .excursioin one of lalboumr ounl. I he Spo?its1 Cluh inetiiign is to iihe eld ?.t; tliiii C .im .l. I ': tii ºon i 71F' I Thnrsd ayd last ,:oii raccountl:: the' rl, in being otherwiseo oeng;t,,ed.: Tie'e si:d' iteiiis of iiit?iestfi tihe lisiinses piipr, . one of ii lhui ;s the ecept off ,tlihe lii :irt'ý halanice qheet.'Ihe acen'...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

The baa ana worthless are never imitated or counterfeited. The is especially true of a family medicine, and it is positive proof that the remedy is imitated of the highest vilnue.' As soon as it had been Sested and proved by the whole world that Hop Bitters was the purest, best and most valuable famiily medicine on earth, many imitations sprung up and began to steal the notices in which the press and the people of the country had expressed the merits of H. B., and in every way trying to induce suffer ing invalids to use their stuff instead, expecting to make money on the credit and good name of HB. Many others started nostrums put up in simi'er style to H.' B.. with vairiously devised names in which the word "Hop" or "Hops" were used in a way to induce people to believe they were the same as Hop Bitters. All such pretended remedies or cures, no matter what their style or name is, and especially those with the word "Hop" or "Hops"' in their i:ame or in any way connected with them or ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Maiden's Prayer. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

S The Maiden's Prayer. " Oh, please, sir," cried a little maid- ,? Her accents fraught with .dark despair--i The hardest-hearted would have stayed To hear that little maiden's prayer. "Oh I please, sir, I am ~ir6'~afridji The dreary night desc?inds apace ; I've lost my way." Poor little maid- ,What anguishon that pretty face i :!'Where dost th&i iliv ?, Is thiat the street ? Why, birdie, thou may'st dry thline eyes ; No distance for thy nimble feet Quite close at hand thy homestead lies. I?i'll lead thee there, thou little.waif;. ..... Come walk with me and take my hand." And soon the pair are standing safe Withouther homestead near the sand, "' Good night, sweet maiden, just ond ?i s.. f S!Come one-just one-before I :" go" He kissed ais peft;thiit ii ettymiuss='in f' I}H miiissed hispjiuree ext,moiniig, though

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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He would have his Joke. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

He would have his Joke. "Fare !" shouted the driver through the hole in the 'bus one bright day this week. "What ?"said an old fellow over in the corner. "Fare " _. .. . "Fair? Of course it's fair. Who said it wasn't? What do you mean by coming in here howling out something everybody *knows already and rejoices in the enjoyment of it. It's gloriously fair for December, sir, and there ain't a man or, woman in. tgtvn, wio d?oest kno w it.~ Whenf left home this; mormning-- ' S"What do I carefor that? I said 'fare " "Well, I know you:said it. Everybodyin. the 'bus knows you said it. They Would not have to hire an ear trumpet to get on to that information, sir. Indeed, they would have to put corks in their ears not to -" `' Oh, give us a rest, and pay your fare - "Why didn't you say so at first: .'Here's your money. If there is 'one thing more than;another Ido lille' to see, it is to- see: a. man say what lie means, even if he.----" SBut the driver whipped up his horses with 'a savage sc...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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St. George's Church Anniversary Services. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

St. George's Church Anniver sary Services. ' As previously notified, the special ger v.ces in aid of the funds for the miniage iiient of the above church took place on siriday.last.- ' In the morning the pulpit was filled by the Rev. Mr Gollhy, M.A,, Sof:- alvern. Befoore commencing his dis course the rev. gentleman mnadean earnest. appeal to all to liberally respond to the choise which they were that day cele. bratiilg. ' He said that he had had an opplotunity of perusing the accouits of Ihleiihrchr'? and regretted to see the '" fm f r ihi n its revenue. He referred to ".ilhat t'p.l ition .-I Scripture which says, ' Ow uin t 111. ini," 1and said i that 'it I vas thfll· inty 'bf :all" to see that the d'Ichurch owed. no eman anything. Mr Godhy made a special appeal to visitors, iwliom hle stid came -here for health and pleasure at this season of the year and on whom the church in a measure depended. A most eloquent sermion was then preached from St. Luke, chap. ii., v. 52, and listen...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

Trhat Hair Q :ne.of the-boarders at a fasliiohiible feed. Ing house, made the.. cook a ;present. on Boxy inig-day of a very handsome hair chain. " Thhankyou, sir," said the gratified domstic, as she delightedly viewed the present, which was made her before all the boarders.; 1:i " Is it made out of your own hair, sir-??;i ,No,? Susai,' replied the donor; ."'yours. All'pickied'out of thd '.soup tha't youd've selni up to table since last January." ; Tableau- Mistress and cook exchange looks;; boarders disappear,(:except the face tious donor, who loses about enough hair in five minutestomake clothes line,

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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Presentation to Mr Fanning [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

Presentation to Mr Fanning A large number of citizens, represent ing all classes of the community, met at the Royal Hotel, to assist in the presen .tation of a gold chain, presented to Mr Fanning by the lighthousekeeper. as a recognitian of the esteem in which he is held by them. The majority of those .present had known the recipient for a period extending over thirty years, and the speakers in reviewing the times wheil: they were boys together, spoke in terms ef praise of SMr Fanning. The Mayor being out of town, Mr Jordan, the town clerk, occiupied the chair, and Mr Stephen;was in the vice chair. The Chairman read a letter from Mr Wilson, the head of the Ports and Har bnrs Department, stating that it was owing to the routine of the service which had been adopted by the Commissioner, the changing' oif men from the out stations every two years, that necessi -tiated the removal of ?Mr " Fanninig-at the present timne; the writer also bore testimony to the excellent manner in which Mr ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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Leaves from our New Primer. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

Leaves from our New? Primer.: I. This is Cook. She'is Cooking the Sun day dinner. Seethe Beef roasting, and the Phim Pudding bbiliii No, you dcannot see the.Plum,:Puddinig boiling, becaush it is in the :Saucepan. , But :if you. Wait ,till Cook goes totlihe Cupboard to Refresh herself with Leni6niade from theflit"Bbttale,narid, lift the Lid:of the big'Pot, you will see the Pluni Pudding;: Cut the String of the Clothi and play, Marbles- till Cook begins to Dish .up. Then ask your uncle, :the Parson, to hear how 'hnicely Cookrea'ds .the Commintion Service, and bet him ' Crown slidhe cangive him a, Start at.the Game. The old M'an is Blind and,p cannot See.,. He holds his Hat in his Hand and there ,is ~ Penny in the Hat." Gobiup quietly aind Take the:Penny out of lthe' Hat. The Miidanican6i' See: you. ,,Next Sinday :youean' put the Penny., in the Sabbath School. box and, the Teacher will praise you. Your Papa, will put?soine'imoney in the Colitribution o?o, too;?. He" will puit Mo'i ini ...

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An Alarming Disease Afflicting a Numerous Class. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

nAu Alaarming Disease Affict. ing a Numerous Class. The dis 'ase commences with a slight de augetuent of the stomach, but if negleced, it in ti ae. involves the whole frame, emc bracing the kidneys, liver, pant re:s, atnd, iu Tict, the enritire glandular system, and'.d the afflicted drags out a mi3er.tble exis eace until death gives relief from stiuffering. The diseise is often mistaken for other c mm plaints; but if the reader will ask himself the following questions, he will be able to determine: whether he himself is one of the afflicted-Have I distress, pain, or difficulty, in breathing af er eating? Is there a dull, heavy feeling, attended by drowsiness? Have the eyes a yellow tinge! Doe., a thick, sticky, nucous gather about the gums and teeth in the mornings, aceompanied by a disagreeable taste? Is the tongue coated ? Ie the."e pains in the side and back? Is tht re a fulness about the right side as if the liver were enlarging? Is there costiveness ? Is there vertigo or dizzin...

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A Candid Confession. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

A Oaudid. Oonfessioni I have on two or three occasions borrowed postage stamps and failed to pay them . I have talked in a- loud voice~ at the theatre, and even gone so far as to antici pate the action of the drama by keeping all withinheariiig .postdd in what isto be done next. I have whistled and played the,,devil's tattoo in the presence of. a writer in the throes of composition.. , , ? I have talked. about my own affairs for hours with a man who Iwas wella?a?re was dying to tellme about his.. After working long and airduously upon an article for the piess,Jneverjfailed to men tion to the editor that this was something I had just dashed off. .... .. ..... I have several times thought my wife the. most fortunate of women because; she? h'ad me for a husband,.and I have reflected long and iearniestly'?ipon :: the unha'ppy lot of women in, general because the;e i was -not enough of me to go round. . I have told a friend that I have read his book with' absorbing interest, and been?wea...

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People will Talk. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

. People will Talk. (Taken from People's Journal, April 4th, 1883.) We may get through the world but 'twill b* very slow If we listen to all that is said as we go; W;'ll hbewi~rricd and pitied aud kept in a stew, For meddleomi'c tongues miist' hav'e some - t'' hiig' to do, For people will talk . If quiet and modest you'll haive it presiumed. That your humble position is only .assumed; You're a wolf in shlcep's clothing or else you're a fool. But don't get excited but keep perfectlycool For people will talk. And then if you show the least boldness o heart, Or least inclination to take your own part; They will call you anitpstart, conceited and vain; But keep straight ahead:rlon't stop to explain, '-For people will talk. If threadbare your coat or oltd-faslioned your hat, Then someone of course will take notice of that, And hint rather strong that you can't pay your way, But don't getexeited Whatever they say, For people will talk. If .. s the ahion don , thiko escape, For they critic...

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He Won Her. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

He Won Her. "Must I really, go, sweetheart ?" "Yes," replied Lilian McGuire, placingher: shapely white hand in: his, and looking mto his face with a tender . earnestness thit showed the true womanliness of. her, nature, "it is better, far better, for both of us that ,re shoiildjpart for ever.;' but as she :spoke the hot tears of pain - welled up iinto hier b?eautiful ybrown eyes-thos 'eyes that had witched with their brighdtglaeides and dreamy. teniderness so many men--iaid ,with a little sob of pain Lilian's head was bowed uipon. George W. Simpson's shoulder in an ecstacy of grief. " Couldn't you put' a ten-year limit on your decision, darling ?" asked the* young that, was,pillowed-so trustingly just under Jiis left /ear I; 'I certainly ought to have as good. achance.as :a:,Chinaman."- - A: low moan. of pain and a convulsiveI shake of the little head was the only re sponse. But George was not to' be denied so easily. "Can I not have one hope?" he siid"?:i'" onelftle twensiy five' u...

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The Fatalist's Terrible Mistake. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

Tide Fatalist'A Teirible Mistake1. The 'world isifull' of fatalists:! It is 'a easy 'and, confortable belief. "i !thav&e been! 'told apeculiar anecdote on the subject.: At 'a frontier post thfe officers' mess was engaged in an, ardent discussion. Wine had been freely: Piartakdkenof,. and, with'. one of th'e strange caprices; of intoxication,. there wa: philosophy. at theb;,,ottom. opf the glasses;: The Mahometan religion was the subject of argumeint. "'Miissulmei 'believe in . fate. For them a man s 'destiny is written above;6 .the time of lhis death is set,landinothing caii advance it Everyone had somethingoto ad vance or relate in, pro or con argument. 'In answer to one of the officers, who demanded ;to khbowwhat use and to' what purpose was reason andiits controlling power:if it itwere born with, the tag, of our idestiny ,attached, another-a new;,cpmer-rarose and said-, ; : : Gientlemen, what is tle use ofdiscussion? Make ii p'riatical test of the' question.". 'Tiale me a...

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Betrayed by Music. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

Betrayedby ' MusicA ' How a Scotch detecti've found his man after two'years' se'irch; isthi:is elated: For dearly two years pIastp a' young man wearing the garb of;a Higlland: piper has ;been `wandering 'bout' the coal ,regions; of Peninsylvania, playinghis pipe iii thestreets, attending picnics and dances, aund apparent ly depending'on his instrument to make'himi a living. . .. A few days since lie was playing in. a mininig-village oi the outskirts of Scranton, Pennsylvaiia. A crowd hiadgathered round him, iamong?! them. a mine llalborer= named Braidy. Suddenly ;the piper ceased ;the. music, and, stepping from ;thel crowd, seized Braidy ;y the shonlder and announced t'hat the laborer was his prisoner:' " At the saime time he prodduced:papers which he'said wdre' his authority, for making the;arrest ",'?: Braidy seemed entirely overwhelmed by, the arrest, and .made no ,opposition to the aithorities wheni it was revealed that th'i piper was 'adetective: " .For two years he had beeno'n...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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The Lion in Love. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

S The Lio in Lve. I ~ r Loe /r The lion, by chance, saw a fair maid, the forester's daughter,asshe was tripping over a lawn, and, being a great admirer of tennis him self, he fell in love with her. Nay, so violent was.his pas sion, that he could not live unless he made her his own ; so that, without any delay, he broke his mind Cupid is responsible for many a ",cracked " intellect-to the father, and, demanded the damsel for his wife. The man, as odd as the proposal seemed at first, yet soon recollected that by complying he might get the lion into his power for hearth-rug purposes, but by re fusing him, should. only exasperate and pro voke his rage. Therefore, he consented, but 'told him it. must be upon these conditions : -That, considering the girl was young.and tender-the lion smacked his lips-he must agree to let his teeth be plucked out; and his claws. cut off, lest, he. should hurt her, or at 'lest' frighten her with the a?iaprehenidio of them. The lion was too much'in'love to ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, The
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Diary of a Turkey. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

Diary of a Turkey.: Monday.-Had, a sudden shock. Curious feeling about my neck, andtightness just as t'hough I had had a ring put on: it Can't jiold up my head as I once did. Tuesday.-Been through a competitive ex ;amination to-day. I fancy. I must' have* i been piucked -in fact,. hadn't got a feather to fly with; I've plenty of companions iinn m;nisfortune, that's oiie comfort; , in fact, if :only for warmth, birds without a feather] " must " flock togetiher. 'Wednesday.-It's a wonder I'm alive after the horrible journey to'London. Packed so fearfully close, they must have taken me for a packadermatous creature. Ifeel shocking ly disgusted at being hung up ; in fact, I'm -more dead than alive--in a'state that is, of suspended 1animation.. If I ,were able, I F"ouild certainly' takd "iny hook`' and lie: Thursday -New quarters to-day. Find myself in conmparative solitude::. :Only com panionsi a bace of pheasant-ts a bireand: a point of beef: Tdef firs tseem to be mighty high, iand abi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

: ., FoR ,THE;; ,, LooDn I THE LIFE:.;'' "LAR1?KE S OwRLD4FAM]EDBLOOD MI4 i UR1E is warranted to cl ouse thi blood froh allimpurities ?froi?u wh1Itever. caiseari.qi. For Scrofula, Scurvy.Skin and Bloold Di-eases sores and of all kinds, its effects are marvel lous. Thousands.., ofI;:testimonials:' Sold in 'bottles, 2s; lid and;lls each by Cheniists inild Patent Medicine Vendors evereywhere. Sole Proprietors, THE 'LINCOLX AND MIDLAND COUNTIES DRUG Co., Liiicol, Ei ad.' LTITORIA , RAILWAY TIME byYa TABLES.: , .-?:,, Geclongsto Ballarat ',?: ! Leaves Geelong-- .825. a iii add'f 1 12 S... . ~30 and 837 pml irrives .at:. Ballarat--10 30 ain m and Ballarat to Geelong.. iLeaves Ballarat? 6 35 aiind 1130 a in 5.an ,d 710 mn ,Arrives iatGeelong-8 30 am 'and' 139 .; - . ........ .'i : ' -, :p:.:i:. ,,i.Geelong to: Ml elbourne . -Leavee Geeliong-8 40 a)m and 1 54.pm S 6 835 anid :.15ip,. Arrives at?Melbourne=10-1 5 a m and n . .... . 3 41 pmi S? 825 pi'and i 1046 pm ';" G eelon toI Caiperdown. ...

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The Village Preacher. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

:.: heV;illage Preacher c .?}'1(+iJd1fi E d iitmiuiti vd)1f I ri.L Ii l r;1 d Nearyonidledr copse,, where oidicetie gar, if (lteh ionlill ý ed. .t ' ,yr,'; P .' ! ti . ?'a l i d: nii'.tz ill ;weireany' ia.'garieii flor , i;, .il.se , '. 2ý, , . - 't. ' ; f a .- ' ( . i ,:I The .illage. preacher's.mmodestmansion A niai he was :.to a'll thecouiiitryidear, nddpasmgri riclr withi:fortv pounds ayear, Roite frontiwiis he tranhdii gody race Nore erhad chang d] nor wish'd to change nsilful heletofawnior oi eek for ;power` Furonther liiusin 1hleart had, learnd. to More.bent.ito:raise the wretcliedh than to' riser x C2 ý. '~ vrt4 "f),+y I ii rA ii 2,f2 Sle'loiig .reinemibeir d be ggar was his; w ;ose bear, tdescenidimig swep?t 1u aged Thlie?ruimued.spendthrift inow no. lotiuer proud, x" - . " . . Clamin'd kindred thvre; atd 'had his claims allowed q f . ;r:' The,,brolken soldier,, kindly. bi, to sti; Sat by his fire andi talkl'd the nighlt awty. Relit o'erhis9 wounds; or; taloe oof sorrdw Sli...

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TESTIMONIALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

TESTIMONiA LS . From D. B, essq.surgeon to the S Geelong hospital. The mild invigeodting air of Queens Q.clif is admiriably suited' for invalids. T .,ppr iiiwr (º~QI w,,Nbterlv ,wind ~of ~the. c~ola iv 1 ;ilways-1i~ mill ýi tiiC i~id 'loiei pt'0i call ,w iiK itu~tt eie: JIufing tile Printo siw~es+Gn4Thio3tny FI 8:,r verniior' to `the Muaeihoniu .ie onpt 11t:ý , ,N. i .ndcli"Jztfil ires~in ~rfo t(Iinlll i-rI'iO'e -vittl i pyVyri lullical fl'.Cti ýionci I"ý lit ie a j'dlndisi~edi c5inL iui be aip~iy ) ,t.. prtielis..,i Ai cjhoui.Ah nw iiid(; oh: Iate :tt~iierli toy thI '~tvitli 1all evdr f rvhtrVluignh i1orIi1iiiLot inward t idn I' I~Waii l~ar t"(iiu ikntl;te. Uiiijl fileu oites ofteinp1erstnlre atfords, "i('ilt i1(AiftrLu; Iii\'1111114 iii hot .weatltii' veygatth roughl the satsitwater: vurrciit datiiilvn throh lic hads froit i s' ''~i~thic'ntiiitn Ann d ejpinagthe chutilnte is. mihiiildni biauinr; 1ijjhili'dtLhe~iit w i:+ Lcie~ re'coilltndi nded II, soie rtuiuui f, J p1;eae i . ý `'...

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Love and Repentance. (Specially dedicated to young fools with small incomes.) [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

Love and Repentance. (Specially' dedicated, to young: fools with' small ' i iincomes.) .In the fast spreading light 'O Of a softsuinmmi's night Two lovers were seated beneath an oak tree; Now the maid sheowas' fair, , 'T "`", With a wealth of brown hair; ti A stalwart young hero 'oftweatv.was he, The mild "nothings" they said Would sound rubbish if read," But' those '.nothings '"to them meant a lot, I'ill bebound; ,' 1 ST'tlhe fluttering iiss All was ecstatic bliss, While the stalwart young hero's arm: ircled hier round., . ~ So they kissed and they, dreamed, It to both of them seemed' ! !'To6 love, audhbe loved,"!iwassas heaven' below; Night had worn on apace, Then with loving embrace They rose frmin th'e sward as.+ she whispered, "Leave go! .' ' ' ;':' ' Then as homeward they strolled He,the future extolled ;. . / Oh'! the joyhlie ~iuld feel when he iid made; her his bride;' ':;" ; . So she listened and blushed .While with ardor.he.flushed, .: i , That stalwart young hero who bwal...

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