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Coota Jack. Mr Heditor. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 September 1884

Coota Jack : hi. or tetrat. ºiiu1 dif it wasn't that ',i .i : ;,,as ,your .dat6nifud fall off ?l Pi'pk r ini) : th??i he.l publiek it ed pro r'iict?rv if'lidii't stand iv you; I don't Amo I'd prolooce this hie effusLin r ie dll trimes we pisketoi icl Is it ~,H as pvlowsf the brv e: In w,:le "holds a iot of. paliiNint (I wish the b13cuirkeb s~eetcoutaiiedt qs :m inan hnet . men) nundei the, lee I of Poirt, Adiiral "Dickuon sboatshld 'anid: weidiskufsits ' th iiis'eneally We settles" iffair: lo al, natlo nal, and,.f i , f iin; n amannei as ud;astonish theldiplomatistsefl assure o6U Mily mate Ben ud mnade a splendid. i tho lhhis stylesmack a f little ot . i e 1nny;, is,,iaverb :an? hadjetivs Sis:as thick as raisns in a K K1riismas pudl other day and we got into deep water I ? row d the lead, several tmes l?ut .cou 1unt findZ nobottoem, so'I delwed up and h?ive .t'o The Boozer was diskussin the recedidivisit iquestion; t?o what'that talks);:and*'as a ,sid most, of us'was .-idve to when ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OVER-CHURNING BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 September 1884

S OVER-CHURNING BUTTER. Over-churning butter has the same. ef$et as over-working; so when the pellets are about the size of No. 12 lshot, churn slowly for a few mioinents, and:if the pellets do not adhere to each other, draw off at least two-thirds of the butter. milk. Fill the churn about half full of water, put on the lid, and revolve slowly for, say, ten or twenty times. Draw off the water and butter mifilk as completely as possible, and wash at least once more in the same way. Pure water does nio' injure the quality of the butter. The old notion of working the buttermilk out is no longer entertained; forjust in proportion as you work out the buttermilk, you decrease the value of the butter by destroying the grain and making it "salvy"

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Public Library. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 September 1884

A meeting.osubscribers convenediby advertisement. \as held in the library on Monday night. Presen t-Rev. J Gardier (i the' chair), Rev .H??"J. Wilkinson,, M; se rs Simpson, .Sheehan, Wallace, aind the;secretary, Mr Jordan.; The nieetinu';'was ?called to'.elect a ?trustee of thli institute ' ii "the. rooimd "of r'f Draperi aind ;also for the consideras tion of other business. Mr :Wallace said ý,that th:~ advertise4 ment called:for a meeting of si bs$ciibirs anli~ and not of the ienertalg ublic, and Ihe thought that they.: ought :to6.: have: a vote in- the matter. In -theii; corirepon deiiu with the?departmi'eiitsthe institute aind as such tihe~'overnmcnt lhad allowed them to lporticipate 'in :the: grant for free libraries ;"A number of' gentlemen libad' ild iii thit t!ieey would have at tended .the meeting to-night, but would not .come` on- account of it being, for subscribers'oiily. They should be care ful:in what` they .did'to-highIt o ' as . to avid'.: subsequent, trouble. A numbe...

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

MASONIC. The' second installation of, the vW.M. nd oficeci of Cosinopolitani L'odge.: U .) ,E:O-, took place:on Tlirsdlay Iv 'night.'t Diin.g the previous week extensive improvements- had been car ried out in tl{i lodge, ,-and the room, with tie- new Mi ionic fniturniiie, ieflected :credit on the taqte of-t hose who had the carrying out. ithf? arrangenments, and the visitor, respiessed, gieat pleasure at the' maineri in which everybthinig was, fitted up., The: new ogan ,was tried for .the firtitime by Br xGoodall, of G-eelong, andi..the1 .music, rendered :added to, the solemnity of thelie cereinonies. The aldge was openedi at; 7 sharp, andiithe ,iistalla tioi took place at 8 o'clock. The P. '. theni proceed t, install his?successos, Br P. . qrespigy,as W.M., and was ably assisted l :y' Br Gledhill, iR:.D.; Br T. H. i-'aaife: P;I.M 747 .E.; 0 Alarge number' of -.visititig brothers fron'M1el ~ioifiur were present, and Br Dr Poiter, 'of the ?iarantine station, was also a guest. The fol...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Colonel's Brigade. (AFTER TENNYSON—A LONG WAY.) [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 September 1884

ST he ;Colonel's Brigade: (AFTEI TENNYSON-A" LoNG WAY.Y " Go for the bill," he said; But wak wasthe charge they made,; E'en Jimmy seemed dismayed; Smith followed and bhlndered. He broinght down his feet with a bang That made all the glasseschlng, ' i And the:bell for, division rang ;; " Callthis thiig a Land Bill ? :: D---n it l' he thundered..

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

Compen'sationt -' Some aminismg cases came up forsettlement after, onedf'oJour railway collisiois. One of the killed was a residentin a country town,' and his widow? put ina claiim for three thoui sand pounds: The gentlenian.who iiirerviewe`d her with reference to the demand remarked that thesumwas'unreasonable, her husband" being fift?y years old -" " I know he '&as," saidtheladye . " He was'also lame and blind in oe eye."' "What's that got to do with it ?" "WAndtI fiind.his niidrheall thlwaspoor.", " Yes;he wasn't very healthy." " The probability is that he wouldn't have lived for another five, yeas. ';" " I doi't think he woild" "Well, then, this claim is absurd. Five or six .huiidred would be about a fair 'thing. We'll say gevein hundredL" , " Seven hundred." she echoed; a ,why, sir, I courted th?at 'man?fobirtn.yers, and I had to follow him all over thiB colonies for ten more, and finally I had to pay a lawyer fifty .pounids to' commenice an action for breach of Apronmi...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Agricultural, &c. BRIEF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 September 1884

BRIEF NOTES: Novertoleratafam liand that abuses your teanill'" Never .buyi farmindg implements one'the Ire commeindation of a stranger alone. Impure;air, foul. water; and untidiness the: "threelunpardonable sins of 'the dairy'! ; Fourithings are requisite for a realy;:success fuli farmer-good soil, good seeds;.plenhty: ofr manure and good culture. The 'Rural New' Yorker has, tried several methods of raising celery, and muchbprefers set ting the plants in shallow trenches. six: inches deep. These are better, all things considered, than deeper trenches; better than flat or surface culture. The Florida Agriculturist says: Friends, plant your orange groves ; the business will never Pe ~verdone in'your time' or your children's, or, your grandchildren's. We heard that stpry, when we came to Florida fourteen years ago, when.oranges:were selling at one cent apiece' in the grove, and now they are bringing twice that price . ; . .... o tk n To cure a kiking cow take a snap-ring; at rtach it t...

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

A Seiriouis joke.r "'Several -nights ago, at a circis ?perform ance in Arlkansaw, the;conventional drlunken h'an Who goes into' the ring, and : .waits to, ride: that !,bhoss" ~played his ?part'a trifle finer than: be intenided, Sitting neatr the ring were a couple of imen from " away over the creek.' Tbehy were perfectly wrapped up in thieentertailimerit, and were very much annoyed when the drunken fellow interrupted the performance. ."I want you to go away," the ring.master saidY.- " You are interrupting our:show'?; Wanter ride;that hossf"il E ? You crin't ride. Yodi artoo drank.' .,,,w?anter-ride.that hoes.". . " It's as imiich as you can do to walk,'and you can't ride that spirited animal., We paid for the privilege of showing here, and. intend to give a good show, but if you keep on interrupting us we can't do anything." " -"He's the blamedest fool I ever saw," said one of the men from away over the' creek. ". Yes," his companion replied, ',"and if he keeps on progickin' 'round ...

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

A Good 1Shooting. A lot of summer tourists were on: thek beach at;Los Angeles ;the ;other day watch ing, some fancy rifle' shooting by a pary of professional otter hunters wh?t had come`' over fr6m the Channel Islands fora Sunday lark. These really. wonderful marksmen, most" of themr /hative Californians, were, killinguls on th e water°ibreaking bottles, iand' hitting 'dbllars thrown in the air with great eclat, when a dudish-looking young man from 'Frisco yawned: in a bored man ner..and remarked in, a very audible voicelto ai coiimpanion: tha he. didn't _see ainyt hing 'very w6nderful in thia s'otof'??ooting. This produced a. series ,of ,sarcostically.; polite retorts on the part of the original lords' of the soil: ' " Perhaps the gentleman could show them something better!? .."' " Well, I don't know," replied the young ,manu languidly taking one of" the hunters' :Winchesters.. " I might if somebody would 'hold a cork or something on his head -for The riflemen:, showed theirmwhite ...

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

Strong Tobacco. L member of th Ger no r company in IRotterdam sent as'd present to afriend in Dresden, a packet of Dutch specialities, such as long clay pipes, Hollands gin;rcheese and other eatables from the land of the Treck schuyts,-as also a quantity of tea;; coffee; and tobacco.. But as these `articls-~ did notq eite' fill:the chest, the sender folded one or two pieces of turf in paper, and thrust them in the vacant spaces: before.he fastened ,down the lid. His friend in the Saxon capitaldild ample justice to all the good things-all except one sort of tobacco.; ,He ?ivited his father and father-in-lawd; as judges, to test its `quality. The pipes were lighted, and before long a horrible stench:prevaded the apartment. In'l aletter to' his''f ien~ iin Hollafid, he inquired how the cake tobacco ought to be treated so as to render it fit for smoking. An answer W-iis s'6on returned, explaining that only one sort of tobacco had ,been sent- not cake. Oh a?'?jlip ? Ii at''th6 custom-hou...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Trollope and the Negro Waiter. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 September 1884

nTrollope and 'the Negro ,Waiter, i The late AnthonypTrollope, a rot ofR the independent ars and superior manner as sied by neigr servant't ii tilif t' W idies recounted allittliscene:hd had with ayoudng blackxservanti:in an:i hotel: in;JamaicaiInl 4England. one.is apl to. think that anextra shilling will go a long way with biOts and chainbernimaid bui. hi the Westinidie it is niecessary that these 'people betreated withi' dignity.; -They like.'familiarity but iiie adI. Terseto ridicule.- : Hl, old fellow, ho about that i bath?"! Mr, Troillope id onei orain rtoi a'd iiho had been ordered to see a bath filled:fori him; lHe was cleaning, boots; and went on as if he had,not heard'aword. ý ;, ; it i say, how albout the bath " hecontinued but, the lad did not move a musle:e; , , , ':i. Puti'downii those' boots; sir?andd?d aiddo as Ibid you." . 1 , -o ;d " ?Who tyou call fellorfi You; speak, to a gentleman genelmanly, and; den he ,fillde,. " Jltmes," said Trilliop with a polife bow, m ini...

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

A Good Druggist. A mauilwhokept a store 51 Once wrote upon his door: ! '' Oh, I can make a'pill That shall ease every ill I 4 I kejephere ai plittor :e i t ·er i:r l 1 To preven~disastr4- , i ( . i . L Also some good ointment To soothe disappointment." VJVhen customers applied, These words arewhat, he cried: i " Now, Patience is the pill Thatea'ses ev'ryill ; Takecarl is a pilaster`' Which prevents disaster; Good-humor an ointjnent Soothing disappointment."

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

'Twas Awful..' The fairest of a fairy throng ,,, Sh grasped my love with.grip so strong, To cry "My own" my heart did'long.? .:?iw . %,> oiý" 1 n 7. o; 'Twas awful lI With, haggardcheek.and siunkene yes i tore·the. atinosphere,with'sighs; ; Een midnight owls declared nycries W, ere awful'. Wheree err'the sun did. cast.a ray, With fretful' stepstole aiay;' 'In'blackest gloom I torturedltay. ? .r Wi' 9 7? ?,; a"`d.i'Twas awfull Tillthrough miy madness shot a' le.fin ' f ifglowing hope. Her sweest milebeamsi ,Onme.. But what i 'Twas but a dream. Yet still it eased my fettered heaert 'Lik6' oii?tifint li a bitter sim'art; But yet the wound from:Guplid's darts;i W. ' as awful. I Like topers,' after midnight spree;i ~i Nextmorning,rush to w" et their e'e, I fle?f t her that wounded me 'Withhang-dog look1 an0 d 'i d fi al' A~¶ll collaress my thrdat'was baire.. . .We niet-bfiut tofhave seen ,her tare l.I .. .. i Twas;awful: , Withincoherent signs profusei ., My arms got in their sockets ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The way they do it. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 September 1884

•ne way they aope Whena ,woman has a new pair of shoes ?e'nt home'she performs altogether different' from a man. She never shoves her 'toes inte them and yanki'aind la?uls iiitil "she is red" 'ih the faceand& all out offbreathiandithen! goes stamping; andkickiangaround; but pulls them on part way. carefully, twitches, them off! again to take a lastilook'tob seeif she has got the right one, pulls'th~i'6on again, looks at them dreamingly,' says ,they are just right, then-takes, another look, stops suddenly to smooth oat a -vrinkle, twists around: and, ,suiveys them sideways, exclaims "Mercy I howf loose they are,", looks; at -them again' ,square ,in front, works'.her. feet ,around,: so "they"' on't hurt her 'qiite so much,; takes them off, looks at, the heel, the toe,, the bottom, and the inside,; puts them on again, walks up and down; the room .once or tivice; remarks to ,her betterhalf, that she won't , have 'them' at any price, tilts, down 'the ,.irror, so she can see how t...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Who is it ? [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 September 1884

Who is it wanders all alone, With nought to eat but one hard scone, Anid wears lo friniglets"(all his own)? .: x' u t :, : 1.,ThepoetV. Who glances withialonging?glance w : At some new theme that mightenhanced ,The fame that long has made him dance ? The poet. \vWho pens those good isthetic lays About the prin'young man tha' plays -With" cups andsaiucers all his days'?, s .,. z:.>c fn i ;' :The poet. Whb is it writes of heairts.so seer, n drops a salt andi pensive tear. Into his cherished pot of beer:? , " 4 ? The poet Whiois it~'menof long to'shoot, And editors compel to'" scoot," ' With iron-toed and heavyboot? I,. c,. ..;:The poet 314

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Stopping a Cattle Stampede. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 13 September 1884

- Stopping dOatt14 Stamipeder' '?'i.: One of the ismartst things I Eder·isiie in ,myri travels,: ? saidtia passengerI!?frofi: the )West, .,ws ,a :cowboy stoppmpg1. cattle Stampede. A herd of about six.or eight. ih'idr;etl'had` got 'frightened i at 'something, audibroke away'pellsmell iwithitheir~taisin ' "the airand theibulls at thehead ofithe pro cession. But Mr.- Cowboy didn't? get ex cited at all ,when he saw the herd was go-. ing for :a;straightl:bluff,=wheirethey would. certainly tumqle down into the canyon and be killedgt'huCLC: 1 01 1 ."You know that when an immense herd `like'tliat gets to' going; tgiet n't'stop, nor.i matter whether they rushito-deat h,tor i not Thosein the rear crowd,lthoseahead, an away they go. ;I .wouldnit have. given a dollar a liead for that herd;'abut th'&e cow .boyispirred'' ulithis :iiiimtang,. ~mad' a° little .detour;, came'right in front of thei'herd,~dut across theirpath.at a right; angle, and then galloped leisurely on to the edge of th...

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

iany of pyoutellmnie.whichs amimalattaches himself most to mmanui ' Please, Sir;lIcan," ans!'e,"i d a fivetyeai-1 derx,,! ?ell, a ',lyrhi i' gyag..d, iT ni'he Tle round as d r entthe m itey rforJ hrId drinksf whisky." ~ Thl isd .izp1y a transferof;glasses from above tb-helowthe ziA oyoung mian~ll? going .hom' with,two young ladies,the other evening, and remarked 'casll , thre'courd ai f te chal 0n itai ` y, ,that ofe of his weajinesseswas that lie oddildn't payino1 iOne: of, the giilst 3eizing[.ipon;this cue, ito, his.,characteri, proposed to, him,after the other had beenleft atlhcrddoo4r aId was ,ery good chiken7 saI ' f evening. parties," aaMs ai cdtedifpibijToiy is noni imade from! finely: cut:,veahl' ?.?TWeirtliink a',few feathers, hrown :iniwould ,help the illusion. We .'have colks here in? tel one that, . ou iga i hunk of dogfish, thewold :serve itr up ii -no tiime as Murray river cod. Sknibw one :iEersonially whoi'if:you, gave im a;I dead Icat,a nd, a few. etceteras, would ur...

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

. OUR t ILLUS RATION;,. - iss `Genidve Ward, the subjkec of. ,ur illustration this week, though to all intents andipi?rpo6se an English artist, was borne in ,~Ner;o.rk, of which city her father was:once mayor. Miss Ward's .first , appearance ,in public was as a operatic artist in Italy. at th'e'"erl.a ge' f:'17, after receiving lessons underRossini ;',but during a very hot season at; Cuba, where she ,was overworked in the absencefrom illness, of the other principal soprano, she lost, her, voice, which was ,the cause of great 'depression' f spirits' to'the talented°yobigg lady,; who seemed .then i to havei lost:allMher hopes of a brilliant future. She.then retired for, a few years into com paratively private life, acting meantime as a teacher of 'music in New York. Miss Ward made?l her! first appearance in the drama'at Mlanchester, as-Ladyj Macbeth. She iafter wards studied, for. some time in- Paris, then made a tour of the United:, States, and re ?irfed'tb Lbndbn iIn '87:. Hersubseq...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Barber. OUTLINE SKETCH OF A PROFESSIONAL CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

The Barb ',er . OUTLINE: SKETCHO. OF APROFESSIONAL CAREER. The barbertis of an extinct species. The 'hairdresser anidtorsoria drtist obf theprdsent day are siipposed; however; to b edescendants of !°the barber in'diirect lihe. The barber is a treacherous creature. He is never to be depenndd on.' "He has been known to cit hlis best frie'ids. i He is enimairkably'sharp in " 'business transaction, and he will shave you 'if you give him a chainc.Ii :I fict, shaving may be said to' be his business. The barber is a strapping fellow, and is verr: eiad'yto rai?r iroiv.' Ihaire friquently seen him take· a&iinin' bytlih ; nose without the least provocation. ' He alwayskwants iis hone: iay; and is al ways ready foi~ a brush.' : . . ": He has his shortcom(b)ings, to be sure, and is apt totstir up" your dander ; but he has a very- smooth tongue,' ani knows how to lay'on'the lather. : " He is generally honest in :his judgments, and sincere in pooh-poohing shams 'and de lusibns ; but at th...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Phœbe's Speculation. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

i Phbbe's Speculation.' It was my first case of importance, and I' h'ad taken it on speculation. If I had suc ceeded, it would not only be a feather in~infi cap, but a neat sum in my pocket;i if I didn't, it would be at the cost of a deal of labor wasted and a sound legal drubbing at' the hands of Naboth Twyseott, who appeared on the other side. The fight was long and bitter, but ended. in a verdict for my client. It was too late to put the min6nyy i the bank the day the defendant paid it over. However, it was not a very bulkyroll, being' all in thousand-dollar notes; so I just slipped it into a secret pocket of my coat, whereit vould be safe till morning., We lived, my wife and I, i' asnug little cottage near the city. We had been'married not quite a year. In fact, it was mainly on :.the strength of my expectations from " the case," :which had then reached a point at which Twyscott was, only fighting for delay, that I had ventured to ask Phoebe Harland to complete dur somewhat long...

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