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CHAPTER THE SECOND. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 February 1884
CHAPTER THE SECOND. Marietta, Eleanor Lascelles' travelling companion, was just dressed, She was a fair-haired, blue.eyed girl, with light, agile figure, and a complexion like milk and roses, and she looked as pretty as a poem in her bright morning toilette, every article of which had been a gift from Eleanor. The two were on the best of terms, and their manners one towards the other were more like those of sisters than of employer and employed. When, therefore, Eleanor, look ing deadly pale, staggered rather than walked into Marietta's room, the young girl rushed up to her with an anxious face. "Darling," she cried, "how ill you look I You have been over-tiring yourself." "No, Marietta, I am not in the least tired. Take no notice of me, if you please. There I that will do. I must really beg of you not to be so impulsive. It may be attractive, hut it does not suit everybody." " Eleanor I" cried the young girl. "And that is another thing, "' said Miss Lascelles coldly. "You should re...
COMING EXCURSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 February 1884
,COMING ' :EXCURSIONS. : As the;.Railway Department do not thiink it .necssi4.to info-irm any of the Government odficials on the Cliff as to the., dates on which excursions rei to1 arrive, aid, what we obect[ to still morei :have taken'not the least notice of. the iemainks in last Tuesday's Sentinel, ie reprint them ao. as to forward to the M:inisteri of iRailhays In passing it might`,be mentioned that;the Melbiourne ijutclieir a;nd :a" Sun·day schoolparty from Ballarat' ane to .ariie on the same daite-onio vill :tone downi:the other. Soverial complaints liave `eached. this office fronui residents, in the town com plaining that they, aric rot kept posted up as to the date of coming picnics. If. business people knev some -time beforehand whew picnics were coming, arrangenients could then be -made to meet their requirements. At present, We believe, theie is nio official notification forwarded to anyone on the ;Cliff as to the time of the arrival; of excursion trainss. We ha,'e:written...
AN ATTORNEY TO HIS LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 February 1884
AN ATTORNEY TO HIS LOVE. Forever witness this deed poll, To whom it may concern, That for the sweetest of femmes soli With quenchless love I burn. To her, in very simplest fee, My heart I do convey, With covenant of warranty, Forever and for aye. I humbly pray that she will give Her heart to me in trust, To be its tenant while I live Till mine is turned to dust, I dare not seek a title great, Although I madly love her; If she would grant a life estate, I'd yield remainder over. Her heart's entailed, perhaps; then short I'll bring recoverie, And plead my cause in Love's own court, With Cupid for vouchee. The usufruct of her dear lips Would surely lure the bees in; I long to hold her finger-tips By livery of seizin. Ah, hopeless I ! To me appears Her host of suitors ; yet, Oh, who can soothe such startled fears By bills " quid timet ?" How my aforesaid heart would sing, And all said fears would cease, - . If this fair court would let me bring A churchly bill of peace. Then, by these p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 February 1884
Advertisdinents tinder, the head of Foi:, ;SALE,' To LET,A WANTED, LOST AND FoUND will be charged at Bthe rate of One Shilling for every 16 vi d ' " 'or Sale. OR A , a quarteacre LAND nm at Portsea, lot NoI 1, block B, cah :.Apply to Ge6. Cathart; jfiom 12 to l. Tuesday, 12th instant, ofiice of this paper. - i,hurch Services. ,':a UTARVEST FESTIVAL .SERT 1' , VICiES will be held :at St. Ge6rge's Church;,e Queenscliff, To-morrow. (Sunday);.-: : The Rev. C. J. COODBi, of Malvern, will pieach both morning and evening.: Xeetings. UEENSOLIFF PUBLIC LI. BRARY lAND. READING SROODM. An adjourn ed nnualj MEETING of Subscribers .and LIfe'leMi ibers will be held' in the High School on; Tuesday, stloi tlripst. at8o'clock p;m. To. discuss..' the quetion 'as :to the establish'smenmtff reeie Libiry. ' ;,ROBT. JORDAN, Secreiary. `8thi Februiaryi, 1884. Department of Public Works, . Melbourne,.i 6th February, 1884.' IT1ENDERS will be received, subject.to! t the. conditions of ,:tenderinfg, f6r Redai...
SLEEPLESSNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 February 1884
SLEEPLESSNESS. Nothing lowers the vital forces more than sleeplessness, which may generally be traced to one of four causations : (1) Mental worry; (2) a disordered stomach; (3) excessive muscular exertion; (4) functional or organic disease. Loss of sleep is, when rightly un derstood, one of Nature's premonitory warn ings that some of her physical laws have been violated. When we are troubled with sleeplessness, it becomes requisite to discover the primary cause, and then to adopt suitable means for its removal. When insomnia, or sleeplessness, arises from mental worry, it is indeed most difficult to remove. The best and perhaps only effectual plan under such circumstances is a spare diet, combined with plenty of outdoor exercise, thus to draw the blood from the brain; for itis as impossi ble for the brain to continue active without a due circulation of blood, as it is for an engine to move without steam. When suffering from mental distress, a hot soap-bath before retiring to rest i...
THE BRIDE OF A DAY. CHAPTER THE FIRST. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 February 1884
THE 'BRIDE OF A DAY. CHAPTER THE FutaT. "But, remember, it may be bought too dear." 7 These words were ringing in the ears of cmEleanorLascelles under which the words had beenlight spoken. upEleanor's parent as of a bride," she walked infalong the shore of the beautiful lagoon that, stermaewn with green slanddy, , and protectdconnection o er fae marriage, bronslaught of ther up with some skllong low but littleank of the Lido, separates Venic he was ofrom ripe age, this lady sent her out to make her waythe Adriatic. She was goveryness, and several yearsppy fraught day, for loveanor with the mosught hideous monotony, pas as yet unspokenAt lay trembling was at hen in Germanyrt; and the had comprotetress of her intyouth was staymorning at an hotel in Lonsider hown thereat which still was only a dream mighthat lady telling her to give up her situation and return home at once. Eleanor obeyed, and late one winter evening she reached the hotel to brought into the worlhad been direted. Well ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 February 1884
Hqtels .and othe houses sre req ted, .. Send in their evised isitqrs ist r. adrs I. Zucker ad family 1 Nicholl st, ( i 4 o il Allen ?', ' , ::Alle " z ,; . ' K ooev' and Mrs 0 3 Goodhy and faily ?n AindirsiMcPhe oa.6n : . W. "ý r. Zevenbooxn I Mr Ste.. and Mrs Stgpheason, Mrs Scholliek, Taqner ýmvth (2) Gheat Whittingham B J.n M iqs }iVlkie Neilson,?1-akier, mid, SSolomns Summers r· wford; Van BergUb rycKenzie;,.?1.Kappere4 Hotp: F l:: k,,Davey, Highett, T. W. MThnp?, Joske, Barber, G. Whoiting E., Ellis ,Barý,yClark, ýam.s. lichpll,.L. s ``Ho:,, t on, E Bisls? 0?, : ? ovey:J. ,"Aýýr M'A D Iald J; 'ohn Thomson, Geo. . - s S 0; hran,..'H Moor e T. f'on: Francis Ormond Mr anl rs Wra ggea$.a Osborna ' R ,,,. Robertson r ' .Wri ght ';: - ,, 1rendergat Fitzgeriald . C cameron'' Mrand MrisJamieson \ i -}Jis Harvey, Stone;and Hull =Misses Noapl Harvey2 Ormond i(2);- Robb, ,Letirs Wrighf Stone.Hull (3) Re: S::.: Green, and ?aesrs Pat:son' Noa , ? Go?1all (2), Brissinden4 Robb, Quinlan Highf...
POST OFFICE, QUEENSCLIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 February 1884
POST OFFICE; QUEENSCOL Fk? Out~ward. lifils close at 66 3O a.ni. and,. SThe letter ]iilare in Kingstreet??nid -IHesse street; are cleared at= 6; amin 'and 4 p.m' On Englishl~ Mail ': daysthe pillars are also cleared half an hour be fore idaI s' closed ab the]ihost Office oney- orders issued i ndpa-fr - IO a.m. to 3 p.m. Savings' Sank open from-'1O a .mn to3 po m. daily ;and,on Saturdays; till Inward Mails are due a.t 950 ..?, and (.50 i? . i.
The Sentinel. SATURDAY, 9TH FEBRUARY, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 9 February 1884
Arhe fentineaI. SATURDAY, 9Sm FEBRUARY, 1881, TE anshnual meeting connected with ~the Queenscliff Library and Readiagroom was held 'on Tuesc ay evening last .'.The reiporti and balanice sheet, both satisfac. tory, 'were-adopted, " and' the committee .for the current year was eleoted, Aftr wards discussion arose respecting the Qulenslhiff Free Library in contenipli tin, a sd it was detemied that a Ipublic meeting should be wldi St.f George's schoolhouse on Tuesday 19th February , for th-ipurpose of taking the subjet into -consideriatioin and coming to a definite conclsion. e'hope ithat there !ill iee a: latrg. atteddage; for the inatte is ery :in portant, aidJ there seems to;be some iisapprehension about it I?Iheithin ig to uis' is :perfectly cleair. If a free ibrary be established, it will' notdo afaw tv Aith ;the piesent lendi?g hllibiar;jBi :'lth? an be ciir ed on ln the. same bq'ud idig 'iuwithout. clashing with. either, an?, the. advantage of a free library in this case will be ...
The Sentinel. WEDNESDAY, 13TH FEBRUARY, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 February 1884
"WEDNESDAY, 13TH FEBRUARY,; -:18i 8 To:-day. e give the usualhWednesday, snmall sheet, containing,?all ?,the latest: local news; on Saturday the paperiwill be four pages. As o radertisements roll. up eo will we progrss The, detachment 'ofi :the YVictorian ArtillerystationedLia the Lbattery lhave challenged the crew. of the mail bobt to. bull .a:.race:. round., the .wrecki of, the Med?a, the prize to:,bo.in coin of_ the value ofa trophy. . .An iexciting contest. may: be aniiticipated sholld the event coire offr..? . ' . . . Cr Towers-Adamsoni, wiitiiihno firom Colomli6, 'Ceyloii asks 'aill ?respigny to notify the Maori 0i his resignation as a councilloi, which was doine 'it the couincil meeting o in Monday?lighit Another 'ugument fiavour of ftie ueeiincliff Gas Company.' The Iel bourne City yCouncil find 'tihat: the e penise of lightiing Elizabethi stiet with thie electci ?light dunii g fthe past six monthlis amounts to £456. 6s d as agairist £182 with ''gas:' "The QCity Counicil hav...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 February 1884
EPOSIT' IVY it j JTO. ; ,POT, He se stoet, Qucenscliff. - i::s Jni:?:?' ssolicitsso , the patronqgo ofr the ireidonps pod visitos Queons cliff .t. h sr estibdlishment ini: ese street;'hiibre they will find all tlie re quirements of .a Tancy Goodsi Estnbl *liiiinent... All the Matorial "for :-it : All kinds of '?M terian1fora'L adies' Needlework, " ' Plain ind fancy' Statioilerfy." : sL.' Perfumeory, Trailsfer: 8tationery:.:ý i;. A complete stock oln han?tdf' FAMILY G1.OQ :'~Q Ai :: si: irespecf ullyc- soltod?t ' , i:I ll eh at repsonabtpor3s., Bers t i the s:entsi 'ent" dil e-at '-endd i SU PP LR (YIR Y .rner77al S; genl?,:::i Heste.i.stee ,iie -Houres; r$ecild :or I$nfuri islied ti l;et;:Al-so - iauvaski pi` ?. .tr, ,the Queens: . ift S ll ent h sl at.n ri p , - ;; -"?} u e: p . S,>SHI0.Q.AT +p? - 0TM4 ,'. Nreratthe atnk thfnVintri 'i} w SOrders pýmptly atteondddto and re pair nei Thy inmshed ;. ; , . /'(1 W H.:ýI ,. T E,.-Leardonthr st.eet ies 'w th TIHa. ssn stight .ef-eshment...
Harvest Sunday Services. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 February 1884
Harvest Suundy Services, St;George s 'Chircoli °onS iiudylas, ihen" Ispecial seirions 'ner peched by he Rev I~II~ Godiy of IVlivcrniT `ie .rch urelvis 0iI, tJ .'4 as l evergreens, , anid prfesent?:l.,t ve:ry pretty effect;' Overi Fthe vesr,, ,w's the .tcXt 'hlioti ciownest the year, '-with !lty goodness,'; autifully. done; in white letters withi blue' li'round,, and other,:'equally-appropriialfti S.pl* iit yarrori'i s nts of the '"uei Oni the chincel hible 'was the li r. ve sit`loaf and sheaves of -heat stod :at the icl of the mitin aisle. The rev. gentleman chose. is test in the mnorning fiom 'atthew, vi., 24thl and follo-. in-g verses. The text fo thie evening was taken from the 23rd' verse of the 50th Psalm-' Wlhoso ffei?th praise glorifieth me.' The preacher said it wasa mollst difficult matter to say hhrch ,rs tiem,most. appropriate passage to selectfor an ,occasion of this kind-that turn. i-hero we : may in. the. Word of God, His .goodness; and .lovingkindness to His crea thir...
POST OFFICE, QUEENSCLIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 February 1884
POST OFFICE, QUEENSCLIFF. Outward Mails olose at,6.30 am. and' 4.40 p.m. The letterpillars ,in King street.and -Hesse street are cleared at 6 a;m and 4 p.m. On English i Mail :days the pillars are also cleared half; an hourbe-. fore Mail is closed at the Post Office. Money orders issued and paid from I0 a.m. to 3 p.m.. Savings' Bank open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily ; and on Saturdays till 8 p.m. Inward Mails are due at 9.50 a.m. and 7.50 p.m.
THE ACCIDENT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 February 1884
T : HE IED*ITR; ' . SiR,-7Willi you: ikwndly alUowm n"e i lspaco in your valualie jouinal uthe caumseof justice. i4.i'May,' aski if, in'i thii' entire.populatiQn, auf.thde ,liff,t there;ia not 8sonep ne :or ;more ipel?sons who wit-.i' .nssed, the ,accideit wihickl happiened'-i .6 last MondaayA week, aridnwho would *assi~st~me inMidentifyingitli6'plebple wifo causedjit. ;-'I; was so:mudh shaken:,aun4 confused;that Idid.: nhot" know_ what ?fi bdol Itsu?eemI :should have'placed'the.i 'o~iocel;oni , 'their' track, iafne:: I:en::; quireda ithbei, namesi.fror ia bystander;i iaud, asclertained. those. to; be tlie. only "i personp i who. 'were 'horsewomen'.' In Icofn uece of theibruising and shaking I g '1 iwasanot: able' to lesve·mrnyberic untiSatuiday. last;, bit .wrote "to thei . was told' of, thinkinig that'aaf' :thbe honourable 'people they.; . willing: to :make'goddd :'tli amage they had .caused, aid it wobuldi' b. ilighter if-both..parties-contibutnted', Itan itop saddle tihewhole on...
To Make a Good-tempered Man. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 February 1884
To -Make a' Good-tempered First of all, catch yoir Mnn; it is easily don If you're pretty, lovable, and about twenty one. When the knot has been tied and you have Sstarted in life, Be all that he needs-a sweet, gentle little Swife. Keep.his socks well mended, his, shifts re paired; And when he comes home; have his slipper well aired, Have his dinners well cooked; the suppers must be cosy; Go d.ily for a walk, and so keep your cheeks rosy. Assist him n ithlhis coat, hang up his hat, And when supper is over you can hiave- a quiet chat. By" keeping these 'rules' as nearly as youi can You will have what is rare-a good te m pered man. Felt hats are taking the place of straws among the ladies of Queenscliff. Its a. change that will be felt. A. wisp of gauze suits all. wearers, because it is not loud. New style of hat ornament--a monkey's head. 'Don't wear it, folks will think you are aping your superiors. When: Miss Fortescue married Lord Garmoylo, £10,000 worth of her photos were sold. I...
PICNIC TO BALLARAT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 February 1884
T'Q THE EDITOR." ` i, I- .ei g M d. iow o n ?. Wednesday I was'plea t ee tf a steps =were belii tgiknl ;orgnise excursiond?oo Blla rt, ti'iallI' labe heard 'tlo[ ie =ie e . I 8o'ae oft I ari q4uite, sine tbathe' aeiah ionily equiresi to be startded' . hed?' it all will joii in and su4Ior ti?l ii kxcellnt iniovemen . I knoiw thlickirr nimbers' of peopl on=' ueencliff haver .neiPr ,s en thI`.: Oitr of old 9 'p -9t would =avil-l themselves i-of such ai: opporturiity as the on imerentioned. Lfe some of ou'r influential ?citizensn rone in thei matter and fix a 'day; and let; tlhat: day: be granted a puiolic iliolid by the M ayo-, and I am: suree there will not be the leist difficutly in making the under tak-..:i a s ccess, 'ham,.&c, :10K..
QUEENSCLIFF BOROUGH COUNCIL. Monday, 11th February. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 February 1884
-(QEENSCLIFF Moday, 11th :aebrudry. :Preslte The gMayor. (Cr Cusens), Ors Arkins,' Jamieson, Henley, Horne, Simjion. The:nru nl, utas orre t dopted, onl I th ti and sbsequof ntr Sipsoly snecoded by Cr Arkins Codrrespondence.-"'The driaft deed in reference to the gas works, which had been submitted to Mr Harwood for perusal, was corrected and r0ev is.e him, and subsequently signed at an adjurned mnieeting of the rouncit. 'unnecessary to enter into details, aI'ah prospectus publishol elsowheere inifiur columns contains all the necessary.infer-; inition. 'The late accident at the :l-Baths- niiiber of letters were -read;c spect ing: the above from the' council's sdlicitor bearing on the subject: ar niiilr6od has accepted service ori behalf of'the?council, and is busy prepairing the defence. -.On Saturday he attended , at .the' Town' Hall, and collected all the information available. The 'case- will inost likely be heard at the next sitting of.: the Supreme Court; the Anoiioit sued: for ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 February 1884
Public CGompaniea. O INVESTORS, BROKERS, 1IER CHANTS anil OTHERS. PROSPECTUS of the: QUEENSCLIFF"GAS AND CO0KE COMPANY, Limited. To be Registered uunder Companies, Statute 1864.. CAPITAL-. £10,000, in 10,000 shares of £1 each. Five shillings.to.be paid on application, and, 6s on allotment, the balance in calls not to exceed 2s :d per share per month. PROVISIONAL DPIRECTORS Hon. Angus Ifckay, M.L.A. Ed. Latham, Esq., J.P., Carlton Brewery John Brinsmead,,Esq. J. A. Roberts, Esq., Boccacio Park Dr H. B. Wilson, J.P;.. IHon. Robert Burrowes, M.T.A. G. F..Baillieu, Esq.,iceenscliff . Charles Marriott Watson, Esq., solicitor; : Melbourne -, J. H. Henley, Esq., J.P., QueensclifftE SECRETARY- - W. F. Dixon,i 87 Elizabeth street, M3el bourne SOLICITORS : Klingender, Charsley, and Dickson, 6 Bank place CONSULTING ERGINEER Stephen Hutchison, C.E. .: BANKERS The Bank of Victoria. Buo"? :i- J. Turnbull, Elizabeth street, Melbourne This company is projected for the purpose of constructing works ...