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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

' A' aQescription of .General Printing ex.exied in, First-classStyle ith J. .. .)J .::" 'Quick Despatch, :and for Moderate rice, at the Office of l.this Newspaper ..~ - Sthe g Department every efbrt is mae i omera-Special Inducemet for Large Advertisements, and' Low t r ..,,, ', i= ,, :' . .. " " ? • • un == mm m m mm m m r..· . . . .. .

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Light and healthsome [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

Hard pressed?Bricks .: W. omen's iiglt-Children.i . A single iiitance-Aibachelor.? . Rifle practice-Pocket picking. : The positihn of the Turks ross~ egged. :: Wife to husband-" Sweet, bituy and buy." : A boil in the kettle iITorth two on the neck.' , BeaThawl' Tho?'is?h eoe-i ng ma chine. Working for bare life-3Making the baby's' . clothes. The dairy.maid's ditty.-'Tis butter little: Song of. ,the b icklayer- " Still there's mortar follo'."' " ' -Some women-areborn,-to-blush. unseen-; anyiay, they are never seen to blush. In :a pie;eating contest between;two citi, ,. ,zens in Newcastle, the pie gave out first. i Things have come to such a pass that even the milk of 'hltiinkindhea is?fbadl" adulte- : 'rated. Marriage-An altar on vwhich a man lays his pocket-book,.and a -oinan, hler/ love.; `'Th1i'imannho `furnishes-f&6-'for worms The chap who drags his'giii, ibarrel foremost, over the fence after him. Many aibjby'h~i lot his grip on his father's affections by, being able to ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BEE PESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

S: BEE PESTS " Theriare quitea iiiinumber of insects that iau trduble to, the;lacwful' obcupantso,.oftthe hive. Among these are wa'pQ, hoirnets, wood-lice and aits: Prof A. J. Cook, of thd e1Michigaii A.ri cultural College suggests :in the Rural New Yorker placing ipieces of fresh meat,: greased paper, etc., intthdhives in hopes to attract the pests, which when massed on these decoys could easily bee killed. f tfhought best, the traps could be screenedby. placing them in a box made, of filue wire.gauze, so that the bees could not reach them. 'In ,asuh screens he recommends plciuing pasteboard sm?died witli a thin coat of'thick syrup' to see if, themites had a sugar tooth to lure them to destruction. On such a sticky surface it. would be well to sprinkle flour, sugar, :etc: `' If," sajs "he, "'we ?can! find in this manner some substance that will attract these little destroyers and call them of the bees, the battle, is wOB : . ..... .. ............+ .

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TREE SURGERY. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

S iT) TREB SURGE iL [hi H.. Hubbad, of NevHaven county,Conn., has a favorite horse chestnut tree, which, having receiv~ some injury when young; had begun tiq decay. A portiionof the Trunk had rotted away, leaving -a hole about eighteen inches iong. and some six or eight inches wide and deep, and this was increasing in size. Wishing to save the tree ,iMr. H. carefully. dug out all the rotton wood, fixed some boards in front of the, hole, which was filled up full with cement, mixed thin enough to be poured in. The hark is now growing, over the cement,' and promises to completely cover it and: conceal the injury. This is given as a hint to others, who may have trees similarly injured, that thleywouild like to save. Common mortar has ,long ýbeent i iise for plugging up holCis'?? trees ;lcement is doubtless much better. • Suc-. cess in the operation will largely depend upon the thiorouginesi s with which the decayed mat ter is reioved ;i only clean 'sound wood should'be left.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

, CORRESPONDENCE.'' S<AlETTO,-- 1. Yes: whisky .is n intoi cug drink. 2. It ls not. our place t> i insor ni marlks about. Blue ibhboners play | carods f6r 6d a- corrn-.. We, 9no, TIDoInC lmeyou are a B1 e ILRibboner; look at youInose? com0es under tlis lihe:u. B.T.-The annual subscription to 1lie tports. C lubsis -i:sIi ,hea' .r , u ",tog',, R:-Themnecting 'alltedP for tbh formatioan of iisoti'al and'literisyclub fell through. li

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Agricultural, &c. FEEDING HAY TO HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

FEEDING'iHAY¥,TO HORSES.f The troublwi?t ero wi keep orses, no matter ?hethier on tile fiarmifor:farin work or for driving pu ?poes;`is they feed too much hay; and to this cadse cain be attributed the general sluggishness often manifested by the horses until they have been working a couple of hours, while the wind is also much impaired. Night is the only time wheai hay should be fed, especially to animals used to hard work. Even the slow plough team should have but little hay at the moraing and noon feeds, but give them a generous supply at the evening meal. By doing this your. horse will keei'in better spirits and condition and free. from any tendency to "pot belly," which horse-` men asomuch dislike to see.-MichiganXH niey Jouirna-l

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BATHING. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

BA .TI ;,,,,1, i: Tot tc I ittor.ý, o7 thit tthe, bathiuCr s son is corn ing oh 11 uu! thaNt ahide slould be niude coqipelling gcntlkaiii~u bauý>,thb i oiv Lo wcar b ;th tnrv trunks. , , O cc u"uI o fk1iY uuinber&f boys ;rlio frcquent~f ~ea batiks I ,thfink this, houlIý be dZonu di~ I ~~d/I ~ DCENCY' S Si~l'

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Didn't Vote for Him. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

.:-,idn't Vote :for Him .: At one of the recent municipal elections, a defeated candidate met;an: acquaintance Who: had promised to vote for him, and thus ac costed him:: , ; " I say, M'Cacklefinch, you said you were going to vote for me." " Of course:I did,"' said Mac:.. ··.,,.! " But you didn't. . i " That's a fact." "Then, sir, you dre a liar." / " Look here," said Mac iwho'odidn't appear at all offended; ," yoit told ine you were sure to be elected, dlian!t 'youi:" ': i ' "Yes-I----" "' That's all right; and, you were i6t elected." ' You' see- " "Never mind what I see. I see you evere not elected; therefore you are a liar; so it about makes things even. " Come in and have a drink.."

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WESLEYAN CHURCH PROPERTY. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

I ,ESLYAN (HAIJII jR(OJ i j TY1 O,. S" the Editor. .Si,- -Opieil tulneagoj1ieolj 19 70F ing liody of te (ab]oY liLut1isini put thssed tI pievopf;grpoudat9(ti'er;a(new cilifice (oin .i& The apoirumodltion 0o 'the ,prIscnl luildin" , is,inot equaltntthp rcequhiremep of the col- ; i;9,g'ition. during:the suniminer pean, 9aud I think some energetic steps .ho.d blie taken' , in the wiayof sell]ig Jthe pr.i'euiLite in'n s? .treet, anid going oniwith the nciw 1building., Thlie p?csen rie iliaL ist sked ior ,te, lin' wi lnot,b e'golt wilbin bthc ncxt;20, vers.; a'fl t.ia l.d loh6ld" lie oilewil at ireoshrible , rk'e( pr1ce, so thao L i 'c 0t be ,sotnd, t.he new buildiug gonu on with.--Yors, &c., ; , 90 _ w.N

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Friend in Need. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

Our reportei caihe into the office the'other day swearing. ,and' sweating lik?i a profane engine-stokir. 'After' he had let off abliit a huidred and twenty-five pounds of blasphem ous steam, and his throttle valve.had beganj to sound as dry as a second-hand sermon, we inquired what was wroig'. "Wrong 1" he yelled out witii some more garish' ian. 1th shape of original adjectives. , " I was coming up Bourke street hill to the'office; and there was a poor little chap, with a truck, crying his soul out bflecause he couldni'tget itiup the ascent.: ,I asked one or two-fellows,to lend him a hand, but they only laIigied,' soI ga'e the fellow a push and helped him myself. It was the hardest job I've tackled since I left Pentridge .. "It was very kind of you," saidd we. "An act like that reflects great credit on you." " Does it ?" said 4e. 'f That's all you know know about it. It only shows what an ass a ,man may make of himself doing the phil. anthropy business." "'How's thit'?" ?'"Why,' whe...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The bad and worthless [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

i. i I 1,. - ".,. ;;wThe baa, aucLworthleas irenever.; unitatetl ion ounterfeitcd.: , Th'1 `. is tiepecialvItru of ti afiiiilnhtmldiciue; acn it is ponBit ive proof tb in; the' rein&1m y IaPedis t ii ,;n t ' 4 1. ', .1 ; .rv. 1i t:,; k of tile I inithst vaLhue. As soon as it hid beccn, fcstcttl- ii piroytinlb.,thh3 wth hle world ;thalt o110)Ttteis, was ;th ue~li4 , ;Lest iiid ..,most v in ibi. ef inuiya iuncditillcoiie o rthi,.m inly: iiiiitations sp'roul! upj and b'hcgiLn tola ateoitc th noticCs ill which ,the pIcsi apid thie pieoplce f thclonutiy lid xpitrsscd thie melts ot fi kii.niid ill ecIii O yway Lryui'h to i6 1ce SUfft pig, iivalids' fo unse it thcpr ,i'ýs mh idsttail, depectiiig to mit;ikeii; i " n the cedit niii *w iuianie of1. I, fvI3 othersj ltu hA ioAistuins put up in slmtlf s tje h tio., Hiai B:.It wilth vaitiouuJy ulcvoistl iiinics in Whicli;:lts ioid -flop" or "H.4:;:" teued tii .t to induct. p op1h. f o htve thtiy ;waetoe sduie .15 Hp; 1 icttrs' llsull pree...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Poor Oscar. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

Poor Oscasrr. Oscar Wilde, who was married a spell ago to ja dreamy-eyed, soulful creature;: who seemed-to worship Oscar and to live only to b his will , was rudely shockedI the:bther day. He had dressed and acted like oirdinary every-day :imortals for some time??ast, and attracted but little attention bylsimulated oddities, but one morning the old spirit came over him and he felt like posing and para ding in the remarkable costume rendered familiar by his platform performances. His wife saw him rummaging the wardrobe but said nothing. He rummaged a long while and then a voice came from the closet : 'itlWhee are theyl da'r i ea r? ir J S" Whefe are whatl, le+?i' , ' -Why, the--my knee-breeches, darling." "~ ?r` wlnii'ti"'ned "tlheriia?y more, "Oscar:" Your knee breeches belong to the past." Pale and agitated was the countenance of -Mr .Wilde-as-he-emerged.from-the-closet. door, holding, in his hand one long sillk "stocking `which wasall ihe."ould fiina of his] late stunning costume....

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Nothing Succeeds like Success. Resolve not to be poor, Whatever you have, spend less. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

Nothing Suicdced like > Sucicess. 'it,,: leolvdnot {o lrpoor; . ..... -' * i:,?I Whitiveur ybuilhav;;,spend les.: I The, retuitn? fromI thei G(Belig, Savings' Bank bear out thetilth if the abrve pro ;erb,?as the nionthilof, Aughit, provcff to be the best the institution h]t -ii s 3lel exptend8ie. ..U Ai; thlistl, of-Augustr the dcpiositors nuim beied 6048, duriitig the uionthil'iJ accounts. were opened and only 48: losedl?showingr anu increase' of 101: accounlts, bring· the number of depositors up to 6149. i The deposits stithte Istult., weie £155,885 3s 9d, invested during the monlth £8?557. As.. li lwithdrawn £6(899 16s 4d, iuncrease £i1657 A systematic canvas both in Geelong andt: the` cou'utry d'striets ,'will` no d6ubt acceoiunt for this gratifying i increase; whilch:.we have ,no hesitatiori in sayinig will continue, as: the advantages offered to depositor's are so -nu- , nierous and fully' two-thirds',b the populah tiloh;arei riot at presn't enrolled on the.; bjoks. ' of th...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

ink ..... BIITTANIA METAL . ., Teapots: from 2-to 10gi1l i 7. Te e Urns audC offee Pots. •, yChina Watehlouseng :J[ bI Ryr?Westree.t, Gelong.- ne *iaot* fr$at~O~li~l~i: I ;Draper, Outfitter, ; And Family Grocer, Q. .Qeenschffý.. ~',ý", SChina, Glass, arid Earthenware.•;,. ' fS E. WILLS. senior,: eier to' 'd .LV.L nounce that. she has RE- OPENET. , T.,: HEf SHOP: I:, ? S:HtP ; ii'' At the Cornerof t; . ;;is' w :n,1 SbHEESS,; AND' STOKES 'STREET,.: I, :An .eritrely fresh, up1 or#. Goods, o. h:and; andi as; the stock lis beenpurchased fo " ??h th pries qugote'df will 'give: custo, ne~,evey satifction. , I ' GRPC9ERIES4 of thelbe.t q~ihlity"; i S T[imr and bacon butter andceggs ..+,e`nctalfles fresh from :rue garijn il ,Tohiacoband' igars of ýthe hestrbrands I Milk supplied. • Besid~enls annd Visitors u , E) Do not'forg t the;adldres.?:0:' Co?ne' offIHESSEt AND STOKESISTRET. :uudut j'-.'M'Au! 70i 0i;? ! , rui' :T . EU LONGMARBLETIAND STAI UARY °g '"RYRIE STREET, oFPP6sitB 'I It iii;+ Po...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
An Alarming Disease Afflicting a Numerous Class. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

An?: larmirig" Disesoe "Afflict, In g a Numerous Class..,;,, The disease'comimencesWiitli idli ht"d4 nli.remn lltf tiiel slomich,li butiffnrglkt cd, it ii volves tini le whoine frameii ec bringc thle.lkidheLi,-livWe'. paWellJ, and, i& fact, the entire glandular system, and- 'iihe :iflikted udiis ' Uiiti*t 'idifdr'ibel eitece until 1deatlh'giis *iliefl fio suili-erin' IliThe disease is'f oftei d Iitaken for' other 'oI cb phliits; but 'if tlhe rlerde vTill'isk hilmslf1 lie fo611owingo"qastions,"he will be a'bIe to determine whether he himiself is one.of th'l afflicted- Have'I di.tres'ii n, or'ditilillty, in bhieatlhiing aftereitiiig'? 'iL' 'thet?'dhil., nh~avy :feeling,' attdnded y 3"' 'drkbiViiic. fl.re the eyes a yellow ting Dbes a thiclks sticky, mucous gathet 'aboiot thu gunlms and teeth ii' the niorngiih~ s;ie'acoinpaiied pby i' disagreeable taste.? Is the tongune coated 7 Is ted-e piiis iimlthe side ai(li back. "'Is'll'e' . tulness' about' the ,rglit side'ias iftile live...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Sentinel. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1884 [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

{'SAT'T U1iDA'; SE-PT1lMBE i 20. 184." I:' oideri" keep n the dnilv :wal' nda tear 1iu·niithle human hl3 :· It is' gro'wnman requl.eb about0one twtth 'of his weightin "food; sbli iil?? liiuid every twen'ty-fom ::hIrs 'O t i would ', be withi the minrk if we were to rieclui that each of us coi0n slim e pyear iti e tol. .d a qua'rter of;foodh and reilemiermng that this h:li re quantiiy,.as:anil to pass ti roumi tile prbsccs of digesLiil in the-hu luluir stow?ich -a pouchor :ar-sh.lped L?d t hat is onl iohiitruteted to co?tii ii hve pints at a time-w?e ý see tlhe necessity of, keeping this bag, asfar, das! we :cll;n, in rgood conrditioii as il ad being 'caireftuI of what we put into it.. O couise nall are aware that by. constatnt .practice we, catn asid many of ius do contriveto, stow awVay a muchl uger quantity' thai five Irnts Overloading the stomach, Iow ever,,even with.the bestof food, will pre ,ent digestion as oefectually:as any other: cause " : ithoutggood digestion we iani not ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Fast Time. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

The:e'e as beeIsome fast timeaccomhiilished by cyclists in ;rictoria,;but we saw the fasteste time on record'done the other day by a wheel mali out Northcotk"m.y' 'Hw??aS'com'ihg' down nahill,4andan old bull was just having a, canter round to look'after some of-his family: When he'saiv, tli revolving' iiahiiieiass him, : he reiec~ed for, just two seconds, and then [started after, itttosed:-what it was all' about The bull appeaiedto'be 'very aiiiioiusto over take the,business,1but,the wheelman was in a hurry to get. into.Collins street, and find out. the ipiicf ' f s?hars:i. It was very 'exciting while itslatled, but`thiebiyi6list'o6n. The bull, however, carried off the stakes.... " What stakes ?""of bourse eveirybodywants to know. " Why, his beef steaks, of course.'l Sold agai:n ·" . ~ .. . . • ' · . . . . . . .

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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In Parenthesis. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

:. In-Parenthesis.; 'Iy darig, listeniwell to me,; Ilove:you-todistraction " (It's not the gir1I'care about, , . ".i .'~ ,Hen mIoneysZtf ieattratiion) Oi', fly wth nme,'.auid we will be :A s happy ,' s the day - , . , ,. (I.soon will- finger all:her cash,, If onceishe comes away). "Say, yes, my own, and I will'make,' SYour ife as sweet as honey I.(Oh I what a;masher I shall be,: . -When once I've got her money)'. ":Come; come, my dear, dispel your fears, And'here no:longer tarry " , (I don't knoy,.hoW I'll pay my debts, Unless this girl.I marry).: : S".Do not,delay,; the carriage waits . .,To church' to-take my pet " (Aoiither squeeze; aakissor t`rwo; BShe mustshe ,will,'ield yet). S"DMbi't"think of turningback,' y love :Indeed it.would be rash " (I'iiipliddd; andnol:nwI guess'I'll have The handlingof.her ash). 7..

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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TO MISS On the occasion of her marriage, With the best wishes of B.J. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

TO MISS -- , On-the occasion of her marriage, Witk the best wishes of B.j Mine God, I thank Thee thou hast given 0tSomthing all mine on this s.ide He.len. .-Miss ?ULOCH. 'ZE n him once again; 'for hes.tldne, TIn lhme own for evei ; nought libut Death can part -:, Thee friom him, for he. is now rthine Iisband- Bose of thy hone, he flesh of thy flesh. :. No longer twain art.thou,. but e'en as one; - Henicefortli his joys are your's, his cares the same:. His strong right arni is thine to lean upon; S His manly) breas..is thine,'thou hast a right :T.o lay on it thy-soft and fair young cheek. That heiart within, O-joy, it is thine own; The life-blood: flowing there flows but for thee; Those eyes of his beam on thee nought but love.. Next to his Gd tholiiu art his chiefest'thonght. This i.ntellignce henceforth shall guide thee, And thine. intiiict in woman born so keen Shall ini return be his, and when darkclouds' (If sucd there be) shall gather round thy pati, Or stormyS I lasts sweep o'...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Ye Traveller and his Dorg. (A BUSH YARN.) [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

Ye tTray~1ler, and ,his org. t (A BUSI YARN)' 'Twý sonlynaompmon trav'ler,-with a hangry. looking log- I meothimn thissiide ofthe Atationl campedl.hby the hollowAog, 1; ,' ? i_ His tttcrcil clbll's aroTnclhiihu and h slii ercd Iii hj old'J,'sir ,f p i His griizled ?icks, aud his sunken. yes pro :I spoke to that ary · et' r in acice mit 1 -and low : " Tell me from whence you came, and whither you want to go." " You go to h-I" (quoth trav'ler). " Carn't you see I've ' gone a muckeri?' I want none ;fycrr soft-telk.speechos. riMy stormach's in want of tiucker."J ..! \ U I pitied the poor old.man (tho' his language was coarse and l bv).?" fi ' I thought of the times I'd been hungry (tho' I didn't tell himso):i 1 :I I told him I'd find a shelter for him and his faithful dog. "'Faithfullied=' d !' saiii dit~lc'i I111 stick by this hollow log. "No bloomin' shelter-forFi~ c, where 'the hands 'look down on a chap As has ' done phi tii'"likefa nman,Ian? for nobody cares a rapj; j i 'I I'd soon...

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