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Boarding-house Idyl. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 September 1884

..-,i ,Boar~ding-hoise ·Idylb, s o' Chop,! :6hopj !Johop11 H. ý uiiq, 7 ' With cleavergandphatahet,ofiateel,. Lir;s On the softst s3art of ,the }vindow mop; r Wo theboa'e~s~t'hvea meal. ;l1 '1 P "e a ) r rt -lt: Scrape.! chop'!' ct ! ,A' r. iiedtiround~tbe ý'end'oU a'asplinterd' 86i1o Si Wtirill Ny2lcen~he,,boarders jpr~ayere~i - Thb.:

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

Burglary Extraordinary. Some time ago.all the population of Brunn in theA" istrian States, were thrio oint commoti'n b3"the appearanc+.ii f.'the deivi in propria'ersona tsuriirndehdd 't?e .gen darm'e witli-, drawli)swoids. I:His>i atanic M~ajesty vyas, a he isi always represented; erfect?y: lack, with two; enornous horns, goat s ears, a ody covered i ith hr leg,~iand clov~en f 'ebut 'li eseemed'" de Icidedly'dut of slIirits;r anil it appeared that! ,hy wasiundergoing theiidignityi'of being conveyed to durance yile. The old men and iwomen of ;the place fell on thlei~r' kiees, ah p'iayed tbx'allV theailts"otr?tr m' against Ithe tefiribleldPin?eei'if-3DarknI'ss; buts they gynah the, imiety,td, laugh] and scff a him., ,O inq?uiry the Jollowing 'facts were stated :-Afew daystbefre, as a easaniit woianii?:namiEdtllit, wa'lying in 'bed -after having ;beed! deliveredl of.a! childj j }the9deyilsuddenly leapedthlirough , window, clanking a chain, and? demanded ithat she sih+uid etlhergve h...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Of Course We Would. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 September 1884

,hn Of U 0Course We WWould i . 1/enIt A larraniatta pub .-:Pot-house poltician to admirer of political probity and{ long-sleevers--" What 1 say is, the land for ,thelpeope; -iThat's ay m?niotter"i Admi?re.i Wi' Rightyoli are, old mail. Themni's fii??'eiti ments. If we all had. a pieceof lanid each,. we ,would.,be satisfied." -iPoliticiai--" Of course we would,-because thenwe 'cbuld sell' i1.31

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

r , ,tfw; s ifl x; ,;tiiitagu# 4 m 4ell U P ?tIn the!ii'good ,olddays, noatathen Hay.-i market Theatre,, thbey ,were? runniing thea i ,-a?l fare. of d Song, 'o Supper"' real:boiled leg? o:rititfonrirve' niglit l ei-bliP accoprding dItothep1Rdwaf ".propeity,j'-ort ratter the. roperty-ma''s lawina theatre, 'went after the performance almost untouched taiotlie?d?ffiail !aum'da. lst'"i eh 'I"'l f "'en" :perchedpn a16odi !did7 otalike tliiewhich. ogourred night ,ater" night toitheiigrowi'' dissatisfactionl for they; too, had , wivesiand m'if jf to whiom a boiled h° gomuttonfr carving of the a!oresaileg wasbib solliited tot fix abdook that would belet down fromt the "flies'irt' 'uitohe ''if'uti ld':"m " lvethe *resto thime'J i '1io ) W n iw ?iJ I i .Farreny ?lwayr reardlfor sa practical' joke, consented at once, and as .,the,.scene ,was coming toa terminatign, deftlyfa tenedi the. 4bookint? the'if and left tih rest to them., As:ithe' scenene!ifterfýp+A1F{ r dto 'gclose iniadditheiproperty...

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

"A oimaniticE:Marriage. , T.;The following ell-.authenticated story is' related ,as having happened in the' year I .A nobleman having brokenhis ,constitu tion and injured his estate by a.career of dis sipation, determi2nied- to marry and -refbrm; and having paid his addresses` to anfheiress, and been duly cepjted, the ?,cflding day was ordo times news travelled slowly;iand the intelligence of the courtship:only reached;thd lady's aunt (from whom she. had large expectations) in a dis tant co?ity th~ee&'6r' four days before the bridal day.' ' Sh'??" was, however, an ener getic woman of the old school:, she posted tbo'Loiid6n,d and' fiad sichi~ good use of here time. that she succeeded in settin: the match But the letterf innoudming this was only; written' byl he'hr 'iecel on the preceding night, and was dispatched very early on the. purposed wedding ' day,:anil being taken, to; the bridegroom's. bedside :??s 'readi'y)I him there ?.; A Ahort timeikftei, lhe told his valet ,togo...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Man who does not think much of the Colonials. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 September 1884

The Man who does not think ...... mnucn of thne t olomaIs. ., BY .'!SILiAs SNELL:?hnBi We colonials are a young people yet teem iit r witli aritidoh indudiit'` with; hope, like a chicken rooster'Idioit't o start botF oiin his own hook.-- Then is it proper, is it right, that., iall'our' fresh, iouithful aspirations should:be quashedlwithmi us biy he'moa ing prognostications of:htihos'bombastic d+i;rl lers' ho ar, doiitinually prophesying us a dwarfedl, disease-smitten, • idiotic future ? There is the-man-who thinks he has a brain of forty. locomotive, stength;,vhehi to put it at .one ass-power would,, be a pull-down: fqr ;the ass,. He has rushed through Shake'spare' and-Milton, and fancies they are good;b'ecae he hears people sayso. It is he wh6 asksA'ui - What we. reckon ourselves, anyhoiw . Where aie our' iltions and Sheridans, our Tennysonsand GH1adstones, HerWaits tle' countryoverflowng, with intellecal giants. before we hlave ut ours back-teeth ; ; and all. hmi gas s. .bu cove't...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Leap for Liberty. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 September 1884

:?: A Leap for Liberty. At Bato'n Eouge a Texas sheriff "brought ab'iiad' 'iegro whii:Tmehhad taken on a warrant for grand, larceny The prisoner wah'ultibible and con6tte- as becamie'his; situation;,while,the .officer; flungi'on the airs of :a hero'and made great display oft4oi re, ,olvers and .abowiq-kiife. , He'i told how far he had chased the man, of a desperate'struggle to .handcuff him,:and wanted!all-of 1us 'to' promise to stand.by him in case a rrescue .was, attempted.,ý:The.prisoner.;was shackled, to the railing of the promenade deck andigiveni his diiieriaif-the[thlid officer entered thle' cabin.to partake of his. . There lwere five of, .usitting, in a :circle,a ,few, feet, frpomi theý ,prisoner, arid, the ;negro; looked. so down-,, hearted' that: eyeryone secretly sympathised , ith' him.,,',.Abount thetime, the sheriff ot" down to' the ,thble,ne.fthe.group, aresident' of -Arkansas, calmly1 observed:.. ;; I i - .'r I ,;,o.Gentlemen, I;.can. tell bjrythat*nigger?a eye that h...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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He Never Thought of That. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 September 1884

.He. Never- Thou ht of -Tat itervus Aank ss er bbund to gydney --" Could .not colliionsbepreveted"if'out-. ward-bound vessels took one route, and in ward one the other ? vent accidents, asft essls would run n tbo slow ones ., Passenger-" Well, how woýld1 it do for. eacli'line to have' ts own route..an stick to Captan-' Impracticabileji?" . . Passenger-" Perhaps electric light wopuld. Captainuu"o good.". Passenger-' I)ear- me ! Well, I suppose having a mnan: 'on itlielook-out who never wants to sleep wouldn't do?': n.i; i? : w Captan i- :" By Jove I I never thought of that. I'll try it next trip," ,: i

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

Mercenary., : . 0 " Laura IHloe but .thee alone." Thus sighed the'tender youth,; : " " Oh, hear me, then, my passion own, With:trembling lips, in earnest t6oie ; :. Indeed I speik the trnth. :'' . He paused. The blush o'erspreadher cheek. *She let him draw her near ; Scarce for'emotion couild she speak, Y' etstill she'asked, inmaccents meek, ," Ho* indch hove you a year ?"

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Man of "Nice" Honor. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 September 1884

A Man .of ".Nice" Honor. At Naples'terewas a very particular man ?f honor, ihose, name :was.Bandoli h:-e wi'as the greatest bravo of his time, aod ?it was said thathe had, with., his own h?nd,i disa 'patchedupwards "of eigh typersons byassas sination, "fothat 'was the profession by which he gainedIfs e bread; e made use toccasionally of pistol;swid, poniard, andd stiletto, 1uth'e scorned to poison anyone,he was hireddto make away witlhlleing i that ithere was'something unmanly in,it ,; tjaLt it was not an iacti6n'any person of honor' would ble:guilty of, and that it was-as muith beneath a" bravo .tosturn poisoner as it would be, or a regularqualified physician to ;turn quack doctor:.= s y':-,ý , Two Neapltan gentlemen quarrelled one evening at" ia assembly, and, according ito,. the honorable custom of the times, each senti separatel for Bandoli; ainc igave him fifty itles apiece to make quick work with leach siher. The las manh dispatched as soon as he iad paidhim, and he theni Tre ...

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Her Grief. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 6 September 1884

Her Grief. "Oh, pity my woe; oh, pity my woe;"       Thus a maiden so sorrowfully cried. "He has gone far away, oh, my only friend,   So handsome and so full of pride." "Oh, tell me your grief, pretty maiden,"   Thus I spoke as she squeezed out a tear. "Oh, kind sir," she replied, "I'm moaning o'er one Who to me was e'er loving and dear." "Is he off to the wars, or away on the sea?"   I asked, but she then promptly said, " 'Tis not for a man I'm shedding these "But my darling, my Tom cat, is dead."

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

BIRTHS.   RANKIN.—On the 5th September, at the Royal Hotel, Queenscliff, the wife of John Rankin of a daughter.  

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Far from, etc. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 September 1884

Far' from, et.id ? ? ? a Fromidustyst~ ee! t whee! the-shrill hawker edges How sweet to-fly torblossom-laden hedges Where sweet bifds call. Far from the heated pavement's steam and ; simmer, How'sweet to mark, ' Stretched on the grass, the twilight dim and dimmer Fade into dark? To listen to the beetles' lazy doning,- :.i: The humming blithe Of honey, bees, the lusty mower- honing."i His gleaming scythe. ,:, To see the shaillow poid slow swishing "The mild-eyed kine,. And white-armed Phyllis hanging out the woshi Upon the ling. t Wife (anxiously)-" What's wrong with you to-night, George? iYou don'tlook well." George (shortly)--" IFm hic-sick"e ' Wife (coaxingly)-- "Put your fii?ger down your throat ,rnd bring. it up;" George (angrily)--" No fear of me-hic. It cost too imuch to- hioto put it down It's whisk.y,

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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They Didn't Guess It. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 September 1884

They Didn't Guess It. , A few days ago two men, who, were after :wards? found' to be Detroiters, arrived in a ;town: about fifty. miles: to the westward, leading a pig. It was perhaps big enough and heavy enough: to be called a hog, but 'they termed it a pig, and as they turned it over to 'the care of the landlord at iwhose inn they proposed to rest for the night, one of the men exclaimed : '`Be awful careful with the pig. He's a daisy-s' a ew breed' just. iolm Scotland. We've sold him to a farmer odt iiirefdir£50, ands we don'tf`wint' aiything :td' hapi'en to The landlord locked the pig np' and, then began to think 'and cogitate and suspect. When Ithb~"e trange??i`"liad gone. to bed he called in some of- theboys and said.: "I've'twigged tihe?racke ? thnm 'two fel lows are sharpers,aund that's a guessing pig. To0morrow they will give; you a chance' to •guess at his weight at ten cents.aiguesi' and you'll be cleaned out-only you won't'?, ? As tlie' fellows sleep we will weigh their p...

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THE POULTRY FIEND. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 September 1884

THE POULTRY FIEND, BY SILAS Sa?sL. Those tallowy-faced .misery-mongers, who are continually prating over the horrors bof bell, have never livedlnear a:poultry-breeder, or they would give that locality, the prestige for: solid unceasing torments.i ,For six months'I existed next to a fiend who grekv fowls, and when I had~a lucid'spell, I often wished to godoff to perdition for a rest. I was seduced into the neighborhoodibyja lying advertisement, ihich said: "Forsale, cheap : a handsomB i ine.roombed cottage, in a salubrious locality~ ?:' It as the salubrious locality fetched me. , I` wanted all tbhesali brity I could get for my money, so Iwent and viewed the ruin. It was a cheerful prison, set away back iin a=wild waste of garden, iwhich showed~ evidence: of many .abortive attempts;,at cultivation ;and there was such an air.of weird desolation about, and .the ,owner was so greedy for a setle nient, that'I struck gliots at oncej Thought I; " The shinty's haunted, and that innocent: Jew...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Reckless Sport. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 September 1884

' A Ree1less port;, An, incident, in. the reckless,c'reepofIthe Maquis of Hastings is related by ' traveller who chanced to be staying in the chief h'otel at Sheffield'dnie evenihg,, whei he and a feiv companions. resolvedi .n whatlthey termed a lark." 'Their frolic took` the `turn of de molishing all,, tfe' nmirrors,, ?an? j liers, picitures, and fariture? of twolargedrawing roo . s. "If. ever,I saw a madman," says tlwe naYratior, "it was the marquis that night, as with:the bptt-.ed of a heavy riding whip he fraitically dashed out windows, ruined s:tatuettes and vases, pnid defaced boojcases and Rjdeboards, shrieking the while like an, incarnate demon. Then, when he had a'one, he drew forth hise?eque-book, signed'a bank draft, and, with an oath, ordered the'mianager to pay himself for the damage done, which I Av go doubt the manager did, witho t P itgip ,ip e ite: : ''

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Lover Lost by a Kiss. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 September 1884

A ,Lover Lost by't RKiss,. An Austrian nobleman,, oneof; the hand somest and most..accomplished young men in Vienna, was.passionately in love with a, youngji girl ,of -almost peerlpssjbgeauty i She was the daughter, of; a man of great rank and -infuence at courti, raid on these con. siderations, .as well as in regardto her; chaiis, she as followed by a nmultitude bf suitors. Sheiwas" lovely. and amiable, and treated. thenim,ith an, affability which still keptt'liei in ihe .train;, althougn it was gene. rallhiknowvn;that she had avowed-a. predilec tion for the count, and that preparations were being made for their nuptials. The count was ofa; refined mind and delicate sensibilityv ? h'e lovd her.' for herself alone- ?or"te lvirt ?;i which he believed 'dwelt' in' a beautifuliforf I, ike a lover of,such perfec-. tiois,'he approached her with tihmidity, and wphenwhotouched her, afire,shotthrough his veins, that warned him not t'o invade the sanctuary'ofhelilips. iSuc were his feel. ings...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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ORIGINAL POETRY. SELECTIONS FROM THE LYRE OF OLD PORT PHILLIP BARD. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 September 1884

ORIGINAL" POETRY:"' SE:LECTIONS F1 OM T0 E LYRE OFOLD ' 'PORT PHIl LIP BARD Stan?7s on the deith' of two fishermen killed by lghtiing while fishing 1. lve .to oim r o: iiQeensciff's sea-bdat shore, When waantoni gales awa?ke the `slumbering : ocean, When, like roused lions, the wild whiillwinds roar, 6And clouds and billows mix in' fierce coim motion. ° Ilove to see the bold barque sweepinig o'er 'The Wlarring waters witli a seagul's moiti.on, iin stedri defiinceofthe h'ostile wa?s, .?a:'s While Boreas blusters` and old Neptune raves ITen thousand red bolts cleives the sable sky, The firm e:trth quakes' benrieath the crashing S.thunder; : ,, Two daring, men in death's embraces lie, One fatal flash their life-thiead aient asunder. :Two frantic widows raise the wild death cry, The awe-struck villagers are mute with won der; A hapless mother andher'danughter mourn For lov'd ones doomed in life ne'er to return. It melts the heart to see you orphanboy Who waitsimpatient on the cold bleak...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 September 1884

OORRESPONDENCE.: :; : . louir lines. on " The Booz Silj,1 4 * us '1ierr delined with tlii Is. Si? . theinto th' Hfaibii4igeiof "I gh WYE` hit .a f.a;v ? oorls tflic :otlbr 'dit, wijtlla ii °X -; correspondeit 'for ombttiii i his letter which;i was altogether beyond or eoi ptcelrisioni: e;il ,r :shutter: qup. Alh, Lha r' deltorti-,, a.:deally orauhei the corr.ý.rphcdhni, 'sa new i'paptr'allvys.., ills ..tih o -iornen beo' r,.. it. :pays' the ir:ist pirprie!tor 's dlcu1. you are i stliSecon"id, aud--' 11 did nut conrepli ,tpi oritlihc iueteiiCL, aS on that" day we were wear- . ?u? co°pper-toed, boots. F"eling rather. : -deipr.sed alfter the interview, the follow Sni'ig lettcet was handed in on a salver, and ititIall i most 'cheering effect. It willobe scCi tluit the writcr requests us not to pub;i A.! l. islithdi lettcr, iti of course \we do so., ; Ti O, TOTHE EDITOR., : : , ,';;Sini-1I wisht:to- suggest that ;you,, wod?rl'? d again: nake, a house to house. caiiass,.of ith?ti?j idibib...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Tale for the Marines. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 September 1884

A Tale for the lYIarines. Apropos of the unsavory subject of body. snatching, we have a neat little American tale to relate, which has just reached us pri vately, and has not yet seen the light through the medium of the American newspapers. Here it is: Mr. John Robinson Jones-we call him so because that wasn't his name resided some years ago in a prosperous city in the Western States. He was the leading man of the place, went to church regularly three times every Sunday, subscribed libe rally to all local charities, gave the best dinner parties west of New York, possessed one of the prettiest wives in all America, and was supposed to be fabulously wealthy. He had gold mines in California, silver mines in Nevada, guano beds in Peru, hog assassi nation factories in Chicago, ostrich farms in South Africa, and, in short, wherever there was known to be valuable property it was generally understood that Jones had a finger in it. His life was insured for 100,000dol., and a considerable por...

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