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Crude Notions. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 September 1884

Crude- Notions. By Rambler. Now that all the st'r and excitement of ou r niunicipal.election is ovec, I may be able to put into shape a few .thoughts touching: the question. :One thing that strikes the observer very forcibly is, that notunly new blood but young blood is being introduced into our magic circle. 'This circle for a number of years seemed to have a: charmed life,- or in other words: as many lives as a cat. I well remember the littleflutter of excitement that was caused by the appearance of Mr Edward Gaune's name oi thenoiniinition list. It was felt by the majority of this magic circle that itwould be altogether infra. dig. to allow such a link to become part of the chain. The *high prestige t.iat ?was maintained for so many years would most, certainly be lost, and the institution would become altogether too democratic,i hi its tendency. But the ratepayers'slowly opened their eyes. to the fact that a little: democratic blood might be infused into the system not only with ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
My Coal-Black Beard. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 September 1884

IMy. Coal-Black Beard. By PERCY FITZGERALD. I do not recall a greater surprise than when one evening, on the grand stair of the Grand Hotel at Pumpington-on-Sea, where even the guests feel grand, I encountered that little, graceful, sprightly and sparkling figure. A snatch of her laughter, spon taneous as a bird's chirrip, had startled me, even before I-had seen the figure, like some tune long unheard, and which we have often vainly striven to recover. The next moment the transparency of the cheeks was glowing with a shell-like pink, simply from the unexpectedness of the meeting. Never was seen so petite and graceful and perfectly shaped a little creature. On both sides there was confusion as well as surprise, and certainly pleasure. Contrast there certainly, was, as one of the meeters was tall, broad, and decorated with a coal-black magnificent beard, which the owner flattered himself was the admiration of all who saw it. A truly remarkable adornment; which, were there competitors ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"The Long Pack." [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 September 1884

" The Long Pack." High up among the hills, on the wagon road that runs through the Cascita pass, is !a. smanll tavern, much frequented. by'com- t 'niercial travellers, and which bears the odd N title of " The Long Pack." t "Does that mean a long pack of cards?" I inquired a traveller, glancing at the swing- c ing signboard, which also represented the r weather-worn picture of something faintly i resembling a soldier's overgrown knapsack. E "No," replied the grey-headed landlord. t "It means a peddler's pack. Nowadays r they call them sample cases, I believe," d pointing to the baggage of several commer cial drummers that stood in a corner. "You a see,I have a good deal of that sort of cus tom. I try to make the 'road boys' as i: comfortable as possible, for I was a little too r hard on their fraternity once." "How was that ?" "Well," said the mountain Boniface, who had waited until his daughter, a buxom f F?:'matron had left the room, "it ain't a very 1 pleasant story, but I like to...

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

NEWS; ND,.NOTES: The'conceirt'o be held on Monday eveniipioifise.tou be one'of thel most p?rio . einrtaime nts tiles9ason.The'e. prograiime :swhhicli appears" in. another, coluini :is well selected and varied,' aind ?uidging from the'names, which appear, a' miost, pleasing entertailnmentmayl be es pected: The coneert will take place in the large hall kindly granted for the pur poise by Mt Adinansi; and the publi& aie notified that th enutrane will' be f.inm Hobson's Street. '; There ;will, doubtless be a'crowdied house " on 'the occa ssion, owmgngto theI very eharitable, cause for wihichl tle eriteitlaiinnent is give n. ,The weather for the past week has: been 'very ?oisterous, with occasional showers, which. have gladdened?not only the hearts of.the farmers, but the housekeeper a also, smanii of our tanks ate quite emiptty, anidtlie crops penlit i gfoir the want of a;ater ;:: .We,::trust that,.: diiring,-, these eciin6btial gales, iwhi.h genei'ally" `last aboitnouni rten ay...

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

Very Tantalising. M. MAXIME DU CAMP tells us in his "Son renirs Literaries," that when he and Gustave Flaubert were crossing the Egyptian `desert; in the course of their Eastern tour, the ac cidental fall of a camel which bore the water supply of the party shattered the earthen vessel which held it, .and suddenly deprived the travellers of their entireliprovision of the! precious fluid. The accident happened on a Thursday evening, and the guides informed them that the nearest well could not possibly be reached before the afternoon of the Sun dayiifollowing. ' ' The:prospect ofi having ;to pass somer seventy. hours in the Nubian desert, under a burning sun, without~ adrop"'f 'watrc ?as` not the most agreeable one,; but as, beyond the disconifort, there was inothin gto apprehei-d, the young- men easily summed-up courage to meet it,- and continued their journey with a stouteirtf " heart- ° .,, a, ; sontn~ Their sufferings were com paratively slight. the first. day.! At four o'clock-'on...

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

' i , : -i AAny descri pt ion of General n r'nting executed n irst-cass tyle with Quick spatchand fo Moderate Price, the Office , : this Newspaper. : . :: ;, i ,,i. i:i In the Advertising Department every effort s made to satisy mers-Special Indceents for Large Advertisements, and Low Quotatiosi for a. i- '. ;','.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Little Sailor Kiss. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 September 1884

.A Li"ttle? 8a;ilo' Kiss.r .: :o . O kisses they are plentyy ...,... -, As bilossoms ion the tree' 1 " ' And be they one or twenty,'; i; " ;, "d They're sweMectto yo'ifand me And some are for the:forehead,:and-some are S: for.the lips f . :,:s... . . And some 'ire for thergy ;cheeksand~ some, And some are for the dimnples ?iut "thee sweetest one ii thin' 'u ," When the boinny, jbonny bairnhie givishThs little sailor kiss - :.-' o0 1 willkiss- this sailor, This sailor lad 'so true I would fnotik?iss?a tail-or iA carpenter or-nailer, SBut I will.kiss this sailor, . : ith .liohnnyi esyes of;ble!7 - With a.soncy smile; andxyellow; hair, to snare Sthe sunsh.ine"in, With a laiighiing molith and a'rosy cheekiant 'ia dimple in the chin; , , a aThree yeairs old, dvithi hea Irf" f gold ah;' w,: ho would want to miss f'Tfj 9d. The chaince to meet'my daring yith hislittle sailor kiss ! , - I 10 19 .e;;" fPl : 0 then the tiny fingers Creep, pinching to your face With a touch that thrills and lin...

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

SAvoid an -angry man'"for awhil,' a mali cious man for ever., . .. SThe cry of the day'is th" crisis, but the cry of the night is the baby. ,iA young man who knows says that from court to caught is but a short step. 6 Slander isilke a'tiiikettle tied to a dog's tail. Very good fun if it isn't our dog. " Please pass the butter," 'as the man re marked when he sent his goat by rail. ?*-Sleep may knit the ravelled sleeves of care, -. but it absolutely refuses to darn holes in socks. i . . ,,Physic,,says, an, old surgeon, is for amus. ing the::patient- while natr cures"'tflie' diseases. . , ' Parlor maid (to Buttons)-" You vulgar' boy! You should never say' ax.' You should say 'harsk.' .'i tItYO ,."l1 qi * SWhat this country needs is an invention to convince flies' that' a bald head is not a skating rink. . .. , ,'.b In the game of ife many a ian has been euchred by'a 'pretty Woman through the aid of a shady bower. " Only men of intelligence know how to eat," says a writer. If this is tr...

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

JOHN DALLEY,. Local Auctioneer. and Commlission Agent, ; _. EAST BELIRINE. . H. CHAFFEY, PJAINTER, PAPERi ANGER, GLAZIER, PLUMBEiR,. Hesse street, Queenseliff. g- ALL, GOODs AT REDUCED PRICES.' T. W. LaWt H IT T . Late of Allender and White,,?: Military ;Tailor And Gentlemen's: Outfitter Theatre Royal ,uildings, . 103a Sturt street, Ballarat. First-class cutter employed-six years' expe rience at Buckley and Nun's. Samples and "' practicail"' instruction for self-measurenient sent post free' on applii cation.. ROBERTI ANDERSON, SWODOCARTER? ,&C., KING STREET, NEAR BURNS', STABLES. SELNG about to undertake'the Nightpan :Business if he'hlas'sutlicient `indueied meat, requests all those who:feel :inclirted: to patrounise him, to immediately address their letters, care of the Sentinel olffice.; am 4. Amusements. VARIETY ENTERTAINlENT Will be given"inth? above Hal on MONDAY, S.... th Sptembe, 1884 For t1e benefit of Justus Liddell, who w.as seiiously~injured \? hiJstCpl?ying at fo...

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

Whisky Straight. A well known tiraveller forra~large el boi~rne brewery gives his=xperience of a trip uip:country, to introduce his firm's beer. He says-"' I sent up a few hogsheads on spec., and made arrangements; with an:hotelkeeper. oto have one tapped `This was at a great mining centre. I then went to the place where the brokers and thosetthat are broke congregate, and introduced myself thusly : ¶ Gentlemen, I am a traveller for the famous Brewery-an article ,that- cheers, and also inebriates. It is a superidr brand, and a man can get drunk on it'cheap. -If you boys like to come down with me, we'll drink to our,better acquaintance.' L Teiel? was great confusion amongst the audience, and cries of 'By Jove I he's a brick, ,one of ,the right sort;' ' fine business:' man,' &c4 w?ie freely bandied about during our progress down the street to . where my, cask, stood-:tapped., I.. think therelwerbeabout t-ven:ty-six ofithem,i 'aid we filled the bar. 'Now, boys,' said I, S.I'm g...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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When will it come off? [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 September 1884

When wilt c ome · off1? "'Do you love me?" le asked as he strined Sierto hismnianly breast once more for luck..; ? " Indeed Ido, dear, she replied, gaspin as `he elfaxedhis grip from her corset. i'"When Rentoul or M'Eachran writes a fuinny story," she said, shyly. The young man- let "go of 'herand wenr t out into the voiceless niglit:He said he ~as willing.t6cber'eaisonable, eind would wait till= he saw Mirams get tight,, or :Graham Berry go in foi fireetrade, buti he had to draw the line somewhere

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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MORE OF OUR OWN. Copyright not reserved. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 September 1884

?IOR -IOF' OURýOWN. - Copyright not reseried. Mary adorned her well-turned limbs, . With Cuzens' hose, bit notfor show, 'Yet when in the'Esplanade lary went The wind was sure to go. It followed her to St. George's one day, JPlayfulljy gambling round; Was misehievously naughty in Hobson st., As Mary often found. " What makes the wiud plague Mary so?": 'The artillery young men cried. " Cause Mary"don't object you know,'" A"A elderly maid replied. A SCOLDING ::WOAN.-The:barbarities of the ducking-stool for the cure .of': scolding women, though abolished .by:law; are now oftentimes, practised by: a kind 'of social bar barity none the less reprehensible : `Women' scold only ,when .theytare ill: ;Instead lof blaming them we should prescribe Hop Bitters The entire system will undergo a genial plea'-: sant change.' The nerves will' be quieted and acerbityof word and thought will :gie place to amiability and affection., Healthy women do not scold or fret., Read'

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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OUR OWN. Copyright reserved. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 September 1884

OUR I OWN o Copyright reseived. The moon it shines on Lathambtowe, The sky is a crimsoti baner, .Oh; wilt thou i~.thime in thesplianade go. My lovelyi redhaired Hannah ?

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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LINES ON BEHOLDING THE BEAUTIES OF QUEENSCLIFF. HARPER OF OLD PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 September 1884

LINES ',ON BEHOLDING. THE BEAUTIES OF QUEENSCLI)FF. HARPER O (OLD PORT PPHILLIP-:.:. Old age forbids wild rapture Asroundlt c r im hview: Here Naturi straii.il hei utmost Ti show ' halt she could doi:'i 'Twas:on a jo3y us holidy,: Creition's wo'kwas Ocir, Said she, ' I wiat an o.namcut ST deck Australi's slhor: I'll l~ike .Queenscliff abe~uty And t joy foi eeri more. Talk iot to nime of laraidise, Inimortal maie mel here; Restore to me:iomantic youth, A.d all I once loved dear. And donh't omit, dear damie, to add,: A fair share f good chlieer, Besidesi to jingle in my purse;. :'Five hundied pounids per yea,: Since loveliness and virtue strict,? :. I.: Amnti classic taste abound. Witl theise few indispensables Fear not I'll run aground: You'd grant these if you could, you say, Alas, that horrid IF.. Well, I will ieeck for bliss elsewhere; That shall transcend Quienff.scliff.

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

BATURDAT, SEPTEMBE R13; 1884; TH 'committee of the "Publc Li-: I ary" is dissolved by mutual conseInt. The announcement will not be ireceived: with regret. A public meeting is calledi for Wednesday night next to appoint; ge:ltlemen; to act as the guver6iniig body under the new: regime.. New irules are to be submitted to the ileeting, aiid oie of the inostflm.ortant clauses will be_ that whicn fixes the.fee of- lucuilerlship to the circuli tinig libraiy titliclied"I to l'e 'fTree'- r atd.hingri. Eveni till" nug t t.ic readingiiooni: is free, ti se.et'iii,. lti ' otficers will, be left ill tiie ihands.of ihose. .who are subscribers to te :'irucilahitii, library:as; of necessity, tliere iiiiiust be a resposible and representative body, ??intl theiefore we shoulild like to see a large. nuiniber. coie; under, this head, liu(Uee Iong tihesuiscription isa' n.erely nomiuil oue, 5s per annum.. Tliere %will be ob 'jectiois .;raised .: a ,aiint allowii'g tie. public to pa ticipate in tiL biene...

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

" Te"' t ms and Coffce Pots. China Warehouse, - lyrie street, Geelong. ., ,: -I~GD~;E~~tb~ 5· ~ P7 ..1:. : r . ' SDraper, Outfittier, '.:,l~"~. : -. , H: , FtE " S5: £R4S :a T, Queensdliff- ! . 1 'China Glass, and Ea rtheniie SRSB E WILS,, senior, hes. to an '; .>ouncg th} t she,.hasn RE-OPE,4 At the Cornierof - I . HESSE AD- STOKES :STREET?: 4aientir ely: fre-h supply of .:oods. .bnd," and +as the stock has been purchased· for c,; the ipeccs quoted ?ill give custo tmers eveiry sitisfaction. . ::"t GROCERIES bf thebest quality; If'r t::ia Ham and bacon,;butter iid egs'" Yegtableis feshfrom' h thegar : ,Tobaccos and cigars of thebest brand 1Milk snpplied.: ' . 'R: ";JesidentB and yisitor.-- , : .}-.i ,;D.o;not.forget tlheaddress,;t ,.;. Cornerof:~HESSEAND:STO KESi STR EET: fGfEELONG.MARBTLE AXD 'STPATUARVY , ::, -. WORKS; : ':::?: SS: " RYRIE ST?REET, ;PPOSi :E ; POST*OFFICE. r IMPORTER OF , MA RBL?E MNUMENTS,". STATUES A:: E ERY DESCBIPTIOb;'OF-'{ "' un L t. TABLETS. Bluestone ai...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Skilful Surgical Operation. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 September 1884

A Skilful Surgical Operation.-! The Americai, Ambassadorat' iat V; nni,, Mr'' I'asson;: hais litlely forwiiided- to lisi Goverin' ime~it n inlteieting aicouint of lremarkinble suri?dillopcinatioin'" lately"'iefofnie d bi Pifo fessor? Billi:oth of Vienui;,if which; wonderfiftl '.to tell,consisted in the removal? f aporftioii obf" t'e hiurhmini tomb'iahinvoil{'in g,nearly one thliil of the organ-and strange to says the' patient , recoveredithe' only successful ope. i:ticn: of"th~ kindl ever pidifoimed. : The tikense for which: this opceration was poer foimed:. a's canier of the stoni:icli, attenildd ith the following sytnion-1The aippetite' is qiitte poor Theire is a peniiar iludesccib-; able -distrcss in the stouinach,' feehlinh thiat his been described as a faiit '" all golie" :sensation; .a sticky .slime collicts about' the teeth esipecilly in 'the moining, hccompa nied by ati, unipleasaint tiste. Foold' fails 'to' satisfy tlis peculiar faint sensation; buliton' the contrAiry, it a...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Blue Ribbon at Portarlington. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 September 1884

B1ue-Riibbon at Portairi .g toni. Thei sual niontlily nicelin g of tlhe 'orlr linifton Bluti iibboiin rniy took pil ice bi tMoni ,ty jdvbiringubipt. Sih ý,lir i.s it f ; t ei?e b ,in. Ciatne chaiir. Me1si*. nies.Ste te'le: ,i(.ok I'uait, maid M1..hi ?i,h secrtitni to; ? ith Y.M.C:A:. rve''eCi imtoei'stii,nl.iin.sh ioct ivo addresses'.hich wiro iistened to bli atry ai d h oif$e, . ~1i'ic yim I eiifi:t i??,i1l .iiijierance" HIinl heirig.ptacked 'mhld nuhil'ri , itiblte t (et iii l lieechoi i?,ilof tis liile lcei:dcrhilp of Mms 'irclaim,`ad stcver'ml o1vthti0ospiel Tddiii &l rnulilminieirisil V ,ter idescvcd1v aijilghiudect Miss Dmipibl atsolo!iimhermismrilal i'pirccitive". tiv'i liih n'etwith muchhi ~iplaise: A'vole \fff tbanks proposcd to the Sp)eakcrs by B?otlier' Hocking; a nti secomde bv: B13o Giblctt ,w'i reecivedwitb aiccl:uanatiormi as. also " vote of' thanks to the choir, propomed by Bro Webber, andlseconded liy Bro- ciMki,~.i. Mlish: iraii': resohnding.said the bc?t:t...

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Building Operations. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 September 1884

Building Operations.` "':'lr W:. Simpkin 'is .having consider :;able additions made to his Ibusiness pre rciises in Besse street. Three additional rooms:areibeing erected; oie is toibe 46 12, with plasteied walls and boarded cemiling.??, These, additions arei necessary son'accouint.of the increased iaccoinmoda Stion' iequired:i, s aine imed foopionid i. r J. A`rkins' newbnick cottage min Mercer si.reet will be completed in about aijionth Theire wili be 5 r&oinms. S:'Mr' ':' Mloiich ?h ore's . _ii ne cottage on: the beachris nearingcomnpletion.i i Miss Hanby's house atW?Point` LCons dale:is finislhed . It is 8-roomrns, wood and plasfteed, fith 'iron' roof. Trevena iiid r Gu i wtr the contractors arnd 1 isoniand Sonthepainriiters. - iMitr Frewin is making good imiprove meiiuts hi' hs . iroperyin: Leariiontli a;street. ,,Robsonand Sond have executed oupe paiters'waork which will reyay in apection Mii Cottee's'extensive'additionsrto his iusiness premises inm Hesse.street will be...

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PYRETHRUM FOR SHEEP-TICKS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 September 1884

PYRETHRUM FOR SKEEP-TICKS. A correaspondent reconimends to the readers of the Prairie Farmer that wool-growers who have b1een in the habit of.annually using 'the pa tent "dips" so much advertised, or even the old fashioned decoction of tobacco, for destroying ticks upon their sheep and lambs, this year' to experiment thoroughly with pyrethrum. At the Wisconsin Agricultural Convention last winter a gentleman reported remarkable success with this powder in killing lice upon calves and colts. Pyrethrum is about the best known article in use by gardeners in their war with noxious in sects. It is death to bed-bugs and house-flies. There seems to be no reason why it may not be used with success upon the troublesome ticks that infest the sheep.. At any rate, it can do no 'harm to sheep or lambs, and there is no danger to human beings in its use, as there certainly is in h'andling arsenical preparations. Apply after the sheep'are shorn and before the lambs have access to their mothers. All ...

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