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"By Order of the King." [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 September 1884

"By Order of the King." .Louis XIV.,was at (Fontainbleau.? ?nd ing5 onbtheym baoni$ dchahmber e complained of a s w bd orp-"anaaton that blocked out the view. The Duke d'An tin was the governor of the castle, and had full control of the gardens and the forest. Having heard the remark of the King, he ordered every p?ef fie~e?fis in the wood to be sawn clos .to th4ohtt d4uin the night. More thank 1200 workmen, woodcutters, and keepers were employed in the work, and afterwards stood in readiness to execute, at a given signal, the further orders of Monsieur d'Antin. On the very next day the King took a walk in tke direction of the obnoxious wood, and returned to his complaint of the previous day, showing that he had not altered his opinion. The Duke then blew a whistle, ,adi a tfkikig of 4( ye the fdrestfell, and disappeared. The Duchess de Bour goyne, who witnessed the miiraculous sight, exclaimed, with a laugh: "If the King had asked for ,o l_ Ba;,I o.sieur:dA in would have made them ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"Planting" Trees [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 September 1884

, A,1 ?it?. has Pa~en reecived trom ýL r Carter commentili in strong 'terros onrit'hc d.siruc .tion:.of-trees near his place in .-Meicer-treet. For three successive years, choice trees have been planted ih 'the south end 6f the strmet, whcu the traffic is'dvery slight, and bn each occasian -they have' been -.pulled up and " plainted. il-anbtherensen, or else thrown aside.' The Borough Council, in conjunction with Mr Carter, ofiered a reward for the de tcction .of .the offender, .but ituituf effect, anid now Mr Cart&ffers to 'supplement the ,council's efforts..by. a: sum oof 410. We are at a loss to account for any motive in this, but the rascal0oi luiittic;,F wlichever he miy :be, .had better transplant himself. i

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Peacock Throne of the King of Delhi. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 September 1884

1 ýCw .i[ 9 !' ,. - . ,61 f ?Ii .A ! ,,; Peaoock!Throile of 'the King of. In a smaller building, adjoinifig,?we' in-. .spected-the-still more 'famous Dewinikhas, ,or hall of private audience. This proved to be a square pavilion of marble, resting on massive square pillars and moresque circles of the same material, all highly polished. The ornamentation is simple rather than elaboiate. The apartment is small and ob long Ioening`ntoa coutt dn;,une}"side, tb the' rver i unina doanothcr,to the palace gardens on a third, and to the apartments of the Zcnanad',6tlid ?ourth:. 4The outside pil= lars are connected by superb marble balus trades, carved, with, graceful filigree work. At each corneri 6 ;'the :oobf is a marble kiosk with a small gilt dome. The ceiling of this Dewanikhas rwas ones entirely composed of goId'hnd sil'ver screen hwork, wrought by the famous Delhi goldsmiths. Here stood the famous Peacock Throne;'unparalleled in rare beauty and costliness by any other royal court in th...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Board of Advice. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 September 1884

i.:The above Board met on Thnurday eeniiing and agreed, to recoinmeild.MrlG.1 Priddle' to the Edtication :Departuient as s amember of that body:.; Mr, James has resigned, arid will thereby create 'another. vacancy which :?;ill shortly be advertised.:.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Last Straw. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 September 1884

She Last Straw. - 'well known newspaperi man whom we will call Tinkler, who. for'the first twenty years of his life had been accustomed to feeding0onichampagne and on other expen sive luxuries, has 'for the past twenty years been haviig a catch-as.catch-can wrestling, match wvith the usual boarding house spread, and is still alive, but weak. One day, early in the .eek he wen to his land-. lady wilth' a omaIli't1 f i ( , M. adam,': ie i'said twitli ?, demi-semi".. quaver in his voice, and; a ofi etness 'ineaolf e`" aoif t ioias big as a iboyi marble, "haven't, I ,been a pretty good boarder for lthe two years Ii'ave'b'een with you ?"' ..Why4Mr.,-T-inkler,-of conrseryoirlfave Only yesterday a lady, asked me how' long you h?pe been'a Limemlier of)the Y.MC1, ? , _A' replied the lady in surprise. " ',Yes, and when you gaveus ,eggs with feather`oidid .L everkick ?"'. ' Wha-- hat is that'?""stammered the womani, throiwn off her balance by the sud de'iness df thelblo?. "?''' !'? '. 1t lE r "...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Opinion. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 September 1884

Our Opinion.: " My friends,''; siid'a: returned missionary 'at one of the "anniversary" meetingsi: '"let us avoid sectarian-bitterness:. The inhabitaints of Hindostan, where: I have been labouring 'for. many ye rs,: have a proveib that . though: you!bathe ai dog's tail in :oil iand bind it 'in splints, yet:you cannot get the crook out of it.' Now, a' man's, sectarian bias :s simply thec: crook: in the dog's taili wich cannot be' eradicated: and,,I hold; that everyone should be allowed to': wag his: own: peculiarity in peace." .

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An Artificial Claque. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 September 1884

An-Artificial Claque. The blaque (paid ipplauder) is considered a necessary ;though rexpensive., adjunct ::t every French theatre.,, A: provincialimana ger has recently devised a planV tq save thee expense by introducing a mechanii cal'1claque under the pit floor: iFoiur' sts of. haiim .mers, fixed -at. distances' ipart,: when put in motion serve to, imitate :the ,,knocking, of sticks'and nubrellas on the floor;,while, * :couple of large c'stanetscovered with parch-e ment "andi striking against each othier 'by means, of a spring form, a.capital sibstitute for the clapping. of hands.,, t Strings and wires lead from this apparatus to the cabinet of theimpresad, where Ithey 'ire' cotiiectedi ;~wthsix'levers arranged like the'lkeys' of a; piano., Tho.souid penetrates through!open ings under the. pit and stalls. After .the touching "passags in a pliy, the.;ngenious inventor sets' the' ehism ini motion, •therdby raisib"tlie' audince''t to'the desired pitchof enthusiasm_. ;. . :'.: i

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Going Backwards. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 September 1884

= Going Backwards; = A day or. twio ago,' while som'eofithe city laborers were scraping. away at the cross ing, a citizen turned in, from Bourke street to pass ther. " Will' you' tell e. ethe, time''o day ' asked an-old man, as he leaned onuhis shove1. i"i 'Tenp'c!ock,' was the rep~ly.; , a;. i j The man had. put the time back half an hour, iid as he heard iithem grumbling over the answer he walked around thei squairi and in ten nminutes .turned in 'from Bourke street again.. ... " Faix, but is it 'livi o'clock ylit? asked the same man 'i :"Eleven o'clock, Why; it's ,6nly 980"' answered the pedestrian;.i. ' AThere, was, .agood deal of.muttering and growling and :wondering, and, he pas'sed on to appear for the third' time.? He now h?ad his hat pulled down;, his' collar up, and walked with alimp " Wud :ye be koind enough to tell .us the toime of day?' queried the old man. . 'Of course. It's just 9 -o'bclock to a SThe ilaborers stood looking at'each :other in profound ,astonishment: fo...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Music and Muscle. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 September 1884

Music and Muscle., Of late years there has bee an'alarniing tendency, amongst the "young man" portion of. our population, to attempt to combine athleticism with all.the advantages of a draw ing-rioom eacation. 'Thi iis to be deeplyre gretted ifor Ixarious. ieasons, the first andl foremost being the annoyance which every earnest musician is subjected to in being compelled to listen to an ardent cricketer ex 1tending; hiinself dver fief'pi nofodfetiih;the endeavor, to !inte'rpiet'e?? ireshelssolInd asi he thinks the great composer should be rendered. -It is- very rarely:that he'forgets~heisI'not-on° the cricket field, and- that there is no absolute ne-essity foz mi Ito lemmla4,Blonno'l of ,M1'Donnelin·the.manne zomaking a gigantic. score.: The only score that he lioiild attenid to is that of the music; no runs being al1; lowed other than the coip'os'ei:hs Auuthijised. We must always bear in mind that the oick'etr pianists' notes must bWaccepted much in the' same way as thos od the Ori...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Early Fly. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 September 1884

T.ue Euarly Fly " Peace', buzziig hairbinger of batmy spring - ,1 :!Gyrations deviouls o: . Can' only crippleithy rheumatic wing, :. 4 Or leave thee.but.a poor fBost bitten thing. . ,-Thou art too previous . , Go, hie thee to'some sunnywindow ledgeii *1T iou;restless loon; :i ?; s: Of sunburnednoses, bald and shaven heads, Of tonsured priests, of restless sinners i A: Thou'arttoo sobn: : Wait .till our flesh be cooked to suit thy taste, S:';iLest thou regret it: . ? Forbear, this greedy and unseemly haste; l Thou.rt out of season,, wanton, and !unn chaste, . " And don't forget it. ''.' t. ;;; i F!?:- 5. "i:,i ý ,, 1-i. ' .:. : " ,. " Wait, fell destroyer of our slumber sweet; Till by-and-by; Till summer stirs our blood to' fever"heat, . And fre'nzy trails from thy persistent fee. t .:Thouarttoo fly; . " "That's the cleverest man in Melbourne,' said a friend of ours, pointing,to a seedy, ill looking:man wiho was passing. { '' '.,' Is that so ?"' said we.: " He doesn't look' it. What ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Normanby v. Portarlington. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 September 1884

.. ormanby v. Portarlington. . The.above clubs meet for the first time on the Oval today. Play to commence at 2.0 . Port team-Davis, Jensen,: Allen 2, Shepherd, Stanfield Wallace '2 Giubbins, Langdon 2, Giblett, Murray, Higgins, Nickol. Lewis, Jelly, Bro6ks, McDonel, Taylor.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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FOOTBALL. QUEENSCLIFF v MARCUS HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 September 1884

F.: ,OOTBALL' Q UEENSCLIFF V MARUS HILL.,' A return football match was ilayed on our local ground on Thursday between teams chosen from the Mareus Hill. and° Queenscliff clubs. On a recent occasion, these clubs met with the result of '2 goals to 1 in favor of Marcus Hill. Orn this occasion the.tables were completely turned the result being-=Queenscliff, '11: goals, Marcus Hilt ggoals, the former players; being evidently too good for their oppon ents. Towards the close of the game an .unfortunate accident occnrred by which a fine young player named J. Liddell .had: his leg broken through falling over one of his own side. With the exception of the unforthnate accident the g.game ':was conducted in a very satisfactory manner. 'Although the visitoir were evidently over matched, yet they 'still played a good game and gave abundant proof that they possess material, which, with practice and by organisation will develop into a very 'formidable rival of provincial clubs. The ceitral unpire M...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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BORCUGH COUNCIL. Monday, 1st September. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 September 1884

BOROUGH COUNC.IL. Monday, 1st September. Pireselut--Mavor Stonemau, Crs Ad man's Arkl, "B 13illieg, CtAtier, Hen-, & 6 f I ; Cprre pnd""aQQ .i {<" In reference'to the drainage fromn Geilibrand streethedeparie imentsaid :it would ;be attended to. In reply to a letter, the secretary of the Gans Company sai!. it w?si;in tithe: contract that -the 'ghimney.should be sufficentlyv ligl tp carry away the noxious fumes. ."' ' "Aletter wai s ev:f"ived from the Ce~iiral Board ..of Healh, agreeing to thl a. ipointinet orDf.i cottDashealthofficer, , ,:in ireference rto'; a" commiinication a' to 'thm `sale of ca piece of land i "in'Fish' street the town; clerk was iiistieted tai Si nform t.he:, department that the council. didl ot require tileiland-; ',I'alid )sub nmitted at the Governmenth landsale in Geelong on Tuesday, but tlthre were nd " otlers. - .: , ', ,: . i;mplen, idrew the attention . of the: ecouncil to the;state df the foot path in Hesse' "stree?-It. was .decided '...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Dumas and the Mushrooms. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 September 1884

:.P(1 umas ýadh Merom.ýý7, rao ~i ll~E'fing n"Swtirlnhe eler ; Dumas nei dayrrrived n.4aa ,lonpii ilae With only onej inn, .at which the. mbs' novlit pasccmplledd to uti up fr .the 'nigilt.H Nheitlie'n·laaidtordi *i6ý ; iii 1 spoke German; canie~tb inmqure.whatid`twoud havei fora supper~ DumuStippe riedbutljin,;vEin, to .make him. understand that-he "anted some 'mushroomsndii, ws the'" ointof iving wh be aoae `'dgenjoying dliis favourite Aishiwhen'heieiit upoh'the idea Hf t of. charcoa1Iauctracipg on" the ,p~ur ported to be, the correct' oiujtlhe of'ý' :inn hr oin. "The laudwordl went out dla -o'ib ' at ti khimself on.the succeisiof'his: hapy expedient, when k 1fe"' roments.;aft _,rw rds he ,heard 'the` Swiss cordontleu cpming up".the.stairs. j They 'mshrooiimis;old h rdljy ave hay e pjep4;edi inrso shot sat ime, ut ti' 'tho 'htd' not1 hpce ,oddu itb .oliffigre hi velisri', Tlie fool! stpstame negereS isthere,,,warr kock i'tfi'e' door oened; n invalked the, landlbrct rii mol ]S eso ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Longest Beard in the World. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 September 1884

~Thi LongestrB~airdt?i thedWorld. V! Admit Kirperis' ' (aet q%0)' el dnn years Sold~whe lle ibegan'ito sbavae:lh,1ia tsitee?i he - •grewtired Opf.;thgirazor.and Ilet hi beard ' SoP on' -,fter ards ,1e entered1 thed e?'rman, army,. when hisi moustache mea iiiid cth'ehifeEt?y o!inid it "htoever , greatly?rin.thw?wpy;! asi t frequently got en t.angled r,with, his&lbayoniet, or thesehoulder straps, of the man standing next,tp him:? °It' therefore'hadto het. On leaving tlie army 'ieIbegan it "le hse beard grow ga`agin. Ile ,emigra ed to6 ;'Aiiera, Where heishanow. ,resied forrnianyyJear;: , In course of tiime his.beard, acquired the length of. five feet, lhe?f lie cut it off anid sold it for seventy-' fiiv'dollara to the Chicago Museuim.' Since 'th'at tirneý he has left it untouched,' but it !still remains a source of profit, as he shows'it in'public, and sells portraits of .himslf.' The beard now measures twelve and a-half! feft:. When he goes out he folds it round a leather bel...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Sandwiches to the Rescue. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 September 1884

, Sandwiches, to the Rescue. :,ilt ;was during the war in Egypt. The officer' commanding the artillery was afraid I;h~e'ould not have enough cannon balls to 'lstiethrdogh another engagement, and he expressed his fears to Sir Garnet Wblseley. Here was a quandary, as a brush with the enemy was expected at almost any, moment, and'the source of supply was far off,' A pijyate, hearing 6f the difficulty, obtaind'ani interview: with the general, though. with "difficulty.' ' , .; i. i . i / i a!, . I ., t , ."What, jis ,jt, my,; man!' asked the generall. | ' 'i " ' ' m ' * ? re nea ly R "bu ' fh cannon balls, 'ge'iiral?-"1f aSf I7J *J0JIj I , ,{i. iii ' tiYea; *~ws ar'9niles» a mtid., ,l . ,,uL " f Yo, -it We te ^ "d limmn:' /diaftl1 andlifitfwolis allfiglit :i'll give-yoili a promotionu'-',)lir n hbin .rsa , I jI ) 1I 'I.T.'j a?k.,you, general'" Ijbeliive there is a rail*ay 'st'tion ,ithin afew" i?. lles b F,94·efein9i 8 "9"' W"n -'""to " And a restaurant is coin'e!ife'itdithAtSl' -'--i'Y'...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Hartiae. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 September 1884

, !'Aie you 'lost, my'little fellow ! ' asked a .gentlemansof: a:four-year'old 'boy one day. "No," he sobbed in reply;:" b but m-amy mother .is" r ,.f', ,t . ..._ ". .:.+ ',' ',Did `oui ever'think what you would do if yoi: had R6ths:lild's inco6hi 7" said Seedy to Haitduppe. "? a' No;ibut i Ihave ofteni' ondered what ,Rothschild would ; do. if :he had my in 'L'at'ely, at Minly Beach, amiasher was try ing to be the lion at a fashioi?bIe party, t wheiwitty IMiss Snotefiuff'reniarked that he ,could neep be ,anytling but a dandy-lion. Overheard.4i Bourke street..?J--ack (point ing)~fi'Lok; ill, there 'san awfnill bandy t1egged ` ?an:B" 1Bll' I Iee himn, Jack; and (pointing)':look at'that, ieggar ;'hed's a man 'fie r member sqme years ago an old, jolly -nc&dwafs lating some of his' boyish ex periences. "Of all th'?0omien 'iyoub ever meth uncle'' weer'asked " by which were you tie host str~ck?"l' ,' Byyour aunt; mny boy ; ,?.,you,,aunt,! repljed;,the old igentleman, d'roppenghis v...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Maturity. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 September 1884

,T eetlitt.le baby • e dance uuonkour knee, i: r :i h r ai Ust'be. of b :'* *o " i' is o the fraraiit blossom J id j ?1?,UpRn.the orchard tree , Turns into an apple SAs sour as sour can be,

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Proverbs from Jamaica and Nassau. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 September 1884

U wi 4no a d8l o .q n[ 8 A , ui, llogr L48 ini'lie do raoifOr character. .l?)(iiJ ,t U . J" H E ng ry- fo w l ske **soon --s J " Afa,can!t5smokned.a dNistle-fame tine. Nb.ttr bway iy wtreor youlhab clean . . - - . , Old'fire stick no hard,for.catch. One t ie?f no llieo see noder or f i~iefiffoh Iq ' A carrylongbag.1 '+" O, . wl , m Parsom inr iist WoUic?KaiiiiniyP'st , ,ain;,e yer;fall?oneniaanjdoor fli i' T. Shoealýon'know its stockgiungabjhole. , Jk'oc stone am noer IQiom no kiow sun h o t . ... . . u. *. , ' , - i " fSeven riyear kiirnfwiinohrfor) ash speckld ,offt pifea henia'ck.baif Jadin Io n .ii , 1,Spide. an flycan't make bargain. , , nJohn ovk Gnihni e mpickan'numy "hite. - O uiQssI usC.a(calling fiames)lfon bore hole'fi skin. ",P,, ) , ,t,'in,,o i ',' n l , , Cunning better dan strong .. "( Eryiaya fishiiing day, but ebr da no for catch fish. .utlr' D j 4 ,Eingerdlh6beray:VIt"~look)6lir ,him sa ".lock,dere.'~'ddiI s ,il txy ,,srjp, ! -l1 "When iqokrjoachyl. ?nce.e no; axdw...

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"Home, Sweet Home" Variations. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 September 1884

S'moiii weet~ om~e''a 'iation )«4 fpreign gentleman! at a musical sieyenhig a fevv ni~gghtsinght c cressed8 a rat hadllto hei`ý!Hon, Sweet onieie.·'v~i~~~' whiie, hadl bee itbid 'vas Ia`-'triikig dalbJý"f' musica IpathpIsIuc' expxesstonr.ºA;`;ellknownlpr'o' feisox, r _ha ing j ,skd!:ot13 i;atco o.tfie p oai d' ase ino i "tosthh`ab"r';"v`r- t n" air' týghcvhkh tire att ]a colic edpassage.to tIhe 1nA1 ! Atdthe conclusionh caned grav'ely shook lAnts$t 'the coc ro~eso sayngOdhak you, sara. I thii!Cime understand now Hocliee`o~ -' 6%a56nic`d qui~t4 to phgn) h but; *tbti-nd~6b, *v7iat airow nol. P . ....J ZY. no { ' itha. p tisirbeomihg.'pý-- ti' vii - fill~i

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