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A Merry Christmas. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

. A MerrfO?,ristmast , Mr. Stackpole came home ery, drunk about,3 o'clock on the morning of the 1st of September, ?wnhich nas the fiftieth aniiver sary of his wife's birthday. Mrs. S., whose' /habit: it i was to observe; these decasions with considerable, solemnity, had lain, awake al most the entire inight wondering in what way' lier' husband` ?w ould ?"remdmber. the event. At daybreak she awoke him from the heavy stuipo in which he. was lying,-to reiark":° "Deary, don't you know: wh'at day this M1r. Stackpole had a vague idea'that some. thing, dut'o6f the usualruin of thiings was on hand, but his befuddled faculties refused to accordliim iihhy distinct perceptioný of the character of the occ'asion. Accotklingly lie would have turned ovei `and gone to asleep ýagainhad 'iiot liis tfe caught his car between . her foirefinger aind'thiiumb, and wrenChing it erniestly; repeated her question; whereupon he blinked at her and 'mumuirle in a'utiful 'sortii to~ne '" ýHer' Cirizinas, my darl'...

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

Absence of Mind.- [Scene':,A; Sandhurst train. An absent minded passenger suddenly arises from his seat and' lolis aimlsily"aronii d him.] ;f IX A heavy fAeiptisl:oL iny niniddI A I knowpI'.ve;leftsomething behind I It cannot be my, hat-box' ? .No I It safely rests on theseat.below!.,, It must be,,then, my new 'umbrella. My gife, will taunt me.when LItell .her, 'Your fifteenth since the glad New Year I' Why, bless me, no ! How very queer I --'-Tis in-the rack there,-plain in sight 1 :My purse and-ticket are all rightl. What fancies.crowd an addled head ; . There's naught.amiss 1. :I fell like bed.'" Full peacefully he sank to rest, If snores apeaceful sleep attest. A tuneful' hour had sarcee slipped by, .-When.loud uiprose an'anguished cry A crazed man's moan of lamentation S' I've left the baby at the station 1,' 1

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

"We're bound to be equal,,to you men,' said a ?Manchester :Mason's :wife'; 'Tit.-Bits may laugh. as,:muchas it likestat. ourtrying to lind~out your .secrets, but we ;don't.care; .we formed: a, secret society of. our. own last night." -''Indeed;' :said the ;mason, composedly; Athen.I.hope, my-dear,-your-project.will be successful .Is it a benevolent society, or what?"ambo32 oildnr -" That's none of -your- business. -It's a secret society, 1andiwe've. sworn by/solermn oath not to divulge anything relating ,o it." fl,,ery good,:my dear,",obsexvedithe Mason, returning to his paper; "I am sure I do not wish youto violate ,your oath.', "It wotildn't matter if you did, I wouldn't. You keep yourisecret` close enough-and to think of that tiupid Mrs. Furbelow I she could recollecetneitlier the grip nor the sign. It ?ook u' i~ni iotii tj~Ikchl.hir. :When I gave her the.sign like this (suits the 'ction. to the word), she.would make it in this way --haI ha! Herstupiit would haie been exasjpeitin...

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

A Dead Bargain. :A .merry, prelate: was'ithe late Roman Catholic Bishop off,Newfoundland. He had. a piano of whichli he desired to dispose, and whiih 'a frienld; Pr~estanlt doctor, desired to purchase. Considerable chaffering ensued tý ý: before the bargain was consummated,, and the' doctor finally secured the instrument at a price which the bishop declared ruinously, low. The only vehicle in the town whichl would accommodate he piano when the tiine camefor its delivery was the hearse, and'in this it wallscc6rdingly driven to the doctor's door. Down came the doctor to the bishop in high: didgeon '"Wiy obi earth," he asked, "did you act thus ridiculously, and send my piano home in the hearse?" The bishdp's: eyes tiinkled as he tremenibered theii hard bargaining, and he answered, " Why ? Oh because it was ~iicli k.dehd bargain I"

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

Mr. Buddle Papers' a ROM , B SIAS SNELL ' ' About six months ago Buddle was laboring under the impression.that h? c'6iii d pi ei a room, but he is notb ?d'onceiteda::fi .?x: perience hasconvinced him that theretis one' thing that he is, not .master.f,, andthat is the paper-hanging bisiness. He~,,tried it once, and then swore off?for ever an r 'vr.', Mr. Buddle is a little miimh,'ith' vbtfb'~ ideas of himself, and a·wifetwho lnonwivsho to work him simple as dough, So,,wihensh& thought thei ofront room~ wantedi `apering, she just ordered, ir tlie" paiper, mied up the paste, and told Buddle lht'idf iai nett door was a deal.smarter, thailhimvand'could paper a room far betterdand: .~ilick .as any tradesman., " ' " " Who onldd'tpaper a room grunted Buddle.- n v W11 11( )l ,u 1 '"Seems,-you han't;','iransweredl'hi ,wife:; " Our parlors ,waute itji4d (ePough,-this P"'ooh ! It's easier ncewin-tobacco. Any idiot can do it.'? ' ,.tai ') -r?fi .M.. " Tes, I know one, idiotunwhbcd~i?dtli...

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

:a-AsWreek. 'Twas: a.black-and-tan. dog, on' the Hoblson's SBay"line,:,.. . And.no thdught of danger had he, As he'it stlihere a gazed on tlielandscape around, i. . r ?id schtlched oiit an occasionalflea. Tw!enty-four was;the engineremorseless as. fate- . With t?l eiviher's hind on the lever. :Came down tlitiat dog like 'a'tramp on a p his be, for.ve . And his bark-wasstranded for. ever.u Pf' I'nm nio physican buit I?ve heard that iron in the blood is good,"? said -'iebetih,s. he.jabbed his dagger, into King Dulicanc A young lady slipped andnlaid there, reck lessly wnaiting to be rescued: A drapeer's assistaint, who was standmin near 1the scene of disaster;,viewed the s"piectcle with pro-i fessional curosity a moment or two, andthen .exclaimed; "Pretty, very, :pretty, ;but they. only cos't a shilling a pair. .

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
He was an Insurance Agent. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

He was :an: Insurance Agent..: A Methodist minister, on his road to church: last Sunday, saw, a- little lad making mud pies in a ghtter Stopping in front of him, he said, with much severity: " Young man,i have you ever; gone to Sunday school?';: !!No," .said the. lad, giving ..the . finishing toiuh to'n first-class pie. " Don't you know you are coinmitting a ?rievous sin ?" . No, sir," replied the boy, laying the foundation of some' more mud pastry: "" Does your father know you are making mud pies on a Sunday, ?" continued the ,minister, Beyerely. " No ; my father's drad." " ?y poor boy," said the minister, in softened tones; (".do you know that youswill.,never meet your father in heaven if you make mud pies instead of going to chiirch'on'the Lord's day ?" "No;"' replied young Australia, "I don't expect.to. AMy pa ws ~ an inslirainc:8 agent."

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 20 September 1884

Marriage: BEISE—McCARTER.—On       the 25th of August, at St. Leonards, by the Rev. John Steele, of Portarlington, Charles Beise, of Melbourne, to Isabella McCarter, of Melbourne.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Man. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 September 1884

Mani that is, boii ofr , women issmall po tatoes andfew in the hill. ^ Hetrisethoup. to day and.iflonrish-th like a 'd6bock weed, and, to-morrow or the day after an undertaker has'h'ii in a pine box. He :goethoforth' tlintHemornmng gwarbling like the lark, and is knocked out in one round and two seconds. In the midst of life he is in debt, and the sheriff officer puirsuetli him wherever he goeth. The banister of life is full of splinters, and he slideth:-doiin it"witlih'chsiderable rapidity. c - " fHe walketh forth in the bright sunlight to absorb azone, and meeteth the bank manager with a protested bill for £375. He cometh home at eventide and meeteth the wheelbarrow in his path, and the wheel barrow riseth up and smitteth him to the 'earth;; and fallth up6V'Jih:' aiidJir(ihiefth 'one of its legs iuto hisi e"r * 4 In the gentle spring-tine he putteth on his summer clothes; and a cold wind striketh him far away from home, and filleth him with woe and rheumatism. He layeth up riches ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Friendly Hint. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 September 1884

IA Friendly Hint. A member of a large mercantile firm re-! cently related a,. bit, of his early experi-j ence: I was'seventeen years old when I left the country' shop' where I had " tended" for three years, and canme to Mellouiirne in search ofaplace. ý 'IA ,fýreUd 'A?iouis, of course, to appear to the best advantage;, I spent, :aniiunusuail:amount: of time. and-solicitude upon, my toilet; and wh~:iitiwas :doiip?letei, tisurveyed my re flection in the-glass with iio:,littlees'atisfac-> tion, glancing lastly and most approvingly upon':a seal ring whichi emlbellihshed' my little finger, and my cane,-a "very pretty affiair,' which I had purchased with direct reference:to this ocdasion;+\ ..j \:',-, My first day's experience .was not encour aging: I'traversed street after stireet, up one side and down, the:other, without suc I fancied towards the last thatthe.clerks all knew my business the moment 1, opened the door, `arnd that they win ked ill natured lyat my discoimfiture asI passe...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Rude Shock. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 September 1884

'A 'Ruide Shok."'' SShewa?'abeautiful girl on ' frti 'not a hundred miles from Ballarat., The use of thes word !"beauitiful" in this connection i is Ian iexemplifibation of bhdat poetic'. license can and will do i when the halter is taelin'off and it istiturnedloose.' SShe'. lived::dn a farni and her' husbland lived with her. ,? i He hadtaken her from her bright home at, a Melbourne Coffee Palace. It was evening. It' alwaysis evening once a day about Bal He was returning from the city -ofscrip; where he had, been to sell a few pounds of butter his fair bride had only that morn ing made, in all her beauty and domesticity. If this was not a romance, she would pro bably have made it in a churn, but young brides think they kinow miore ithai nybody1 else abpnthousehold matters. :She was waiting for him at the gate, and as she stood thereshe looked like abeauteous flower, transporiited froi th conservatory of the city to bloom in-the sweet simplicity of the country air. ,, ,, As he 'happr...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Grave Subject. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 September 1884

A. Grave. Subject. It occurred years ago and in New' South Wales.: A't the time there was., a: dedical school in the vicinity of :'yd e, tl?t I and Sa score of 'othe.r "re?kl le'ssuaid rollicky:" youths were therein leiirhiingto wield :the 's'alpel. There 'was " quiet littlepub.; not far from our quarters, and we gradually; made the place our 'own; that is to say, we behaved so boisterously there:at all time'sas to drive decent people out, and, as the res-: pectable trade thus left the house, we took: it upon ourselves to compensate the pro prietor for the loss. This was a doubly. pleasant task as the said proprietor had a daughter, a jolly girl who drew our beer and always gave us a hearty welcome. She: was not only jolly, but uncommonly good. looking, and, what's more, good-which is all the stranger seeing that we were indi vidually and collectively a decidedly bad' lot. Perhaps, however, I should make an' exception in favor of young Pilcher. At the time of which I am writing he h...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 September 1884

Any description of General Printing exectd inCFirstmclass Sty with Quick Despatch, anid for Moderate Price, at the Office of made otc e e dthis Newspaper. zn the, Adgertisng Departments every effort s mad is. omer-Specia Incemealor argn fL rgsmnye Advertia nements, an.da a

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Light and Healthsome [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 September 1884

5 - r J +U The softer sex- the dude. J, i A great wag-A dog's-iail.' Off for the, summer-flfanniils. ?i ' R [ (.i Any man can. make mapey-go., [ .j Firm friends--The dog and his tai . . A button'is one of thoseevents that are i always.coming off. ',, '; ? I ;o i i ' ii' ') The kitchen is changed to aIcourtroom on "Biddy's beau night. . It is lucky to pick up. a horse shoe, butnot: to be picked up'on one. ,, .: , The onion has left its spring bed and is now. strong enough to get around-alone ....... In the social circles of the chick]en.yard'. the lines are very distinctly diawin, fpqreach -hen has her own set. . A big proboscis isndative of-itellineneo * In other words,, the bigger it is the more a man nose.": ' ' [ "Y it '"No," she said sweetly, "I don't object- " to the smell of a cigar it's the smUll of the ,smoke I don't like. 4(' The easiest way',. to'i mark 'thble-Jined: 'eave a baby and. blackberrypie alone'at the table for thbre ?: i.fest.' "1 ' j! I liMalya man 'flatters hi...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BANKER'S DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 September 1884

2 BANKERI'S 'DREAM: I.:f ' ·ot-l~~wnr otJZ~l ~zfI £.r i.:r'.,, ,j =:'''i ' ok ud Lk re b ýrc "',i r:1 , 4i :g b 'rnL J 1, v"1niiif !',bttl t 1 tSP d r t irin, 1{J ii QC-l l 'Westa ,i th~d ll ses, he 1(1i( tAU'IAc ila nioi) Fhe hl LtS~:rl:t, 'almalj, xur : L 'ctt rtr.ni; giir ;, cii r 3i srIJ'·I ZtAIl:~n it'on io isithI.iro to N iki ,ýdeoiiio' an I i gsachr e l iiw re Inioi isOd "+ tId bit V f ' ij., r tr "'t;i iit '` 1 ' '19fib;37. fji ;ri;d TTfi Arid' Ia"cieh rcs jaI'1i'l, ([., po r~ S'iys IL il, Gc I b dt c'u niu `v 9 a' -t1". 4oi 111 nu jafjurr 1 i'nr It 1 o£ toll jtlL it te o ti~tF~' I G.Lhhllc·' t Ii i:pltall widifactd P i~ý?uttl lades; ,I, JL;- " i*otf u rll l,' o i hr -a'lltD't Qlj. Th.-64 bortj~s an t the tent il::yuc ,j tg c$mrj,1}' , a l edbh ;&' 600 111;ic`ýt,' ac fyr ýycuis [ p' tu,~o~J~!~~c ii i ltit :.:; t,.`rutJ WlrtilI l;,I a. ý, tt r" Y.., s to, t!~ 1'ý.i~ . i'i ;i~lu r? 4 L. ofo'eriu itift uidlira#ntii] ii', :iiyy1t o~si win4 , ba wret au C .thjn' i i itu t...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Early Rising. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 September 1884

Schooimaste toprecoeious piupils "Why is tlhesun brighter in summer than in winter: ? r .Pupil : ".Because it's warmer and it enjoys, better health." Schoolmaster "Good gracious I How ? nonsense !"Why does it enjoy better healtli'?" ; Pupil:- I'Because it gets up earlier, sir?,?

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The bad and worthless [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 September 1884

ot i' " ml. l , i,.'. i m .N? i. acipai) !,' ,- i b ' ll ullt i are never imitated *oit cduinfefeifrTdd,'ITlig" vr - s t r? cS ii 'bof l tyhalti.t i& iei4 tc i, ic „o i * u re fi at i, a., , o ttcte vdupr r L.bw-t, iA. h e st l.hji 4 th ,,,. ,;, a c alp l ? 1e lli? 3 b mn6 ' S. i ry.waytryi to ii I f ' ig t tol? n illo:, vair eopte to te' 'tIe i i lpi9 c res n o g .u i k cl egL , l 11 to t -, •i 1:nti/ r' r t [th , utatt'v or U l ' Ilr I 1 6 1 , tlIa1f} " ,l,3 W -, . Wi-i ( lU ! eop . t 0 v q iki, t ley? %w %.fie l ' - `' l 6 h w ht, ti ??f , W1 t A 'int, t I , V- IJ " r II I "Il0 W 4:" op r t.Ho p.-;:-ll, Iý-JnA L rd fI

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Couldn't Stop it. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 September 1884

: Oou1dn't'Sltoplit : " " .Whe,Geiierfal S- ,l-;:~l turiiinir, onlaa Western~expedition;I passedlFort ;Berthcol, a. number of Indians had gathered ,there>.to Ssee. him and maie peacea. Thley complained a goodi dbel of 'the di ?Weather;,' ind wished' the General would;.make rain.as Father de Smet, the. missiqnary that used to see them, had done"- ":The Gendea'pioiRnised the"lihe 'would do::the best.he% could, It happened that : shortly ;.afterward a. heavy ::thunder shower passed, flooding everything... The Indians were greatly pleased,? and called the General a greattimediciiie-man. ..I;?But they said it was a Tlittle too' much 'at once. " Well," said the General-"`I know it; :buiit I couldn'tistop'the.thing afterit started ),'

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A CORAL AND BELLS. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 September 1884

A CORAL CAND BELLS. ` '"Isay, that young 'un's clever." "Ain't she? Don't you know who she is?"' "No. She's down on the bills as 'Little Daisy.' " " Yes; :but she's Daisy Vavaour's little "Go on !" "Honor! I saw Gerty Holmes bring her to rehearsal." "Well, I am glad.. If she turns out right it'll be a-fine thing for Gerty. She deserves it, too, poor girl, I'm blest if she doesn't." The above conversation took place at the. wings of the Royal Frivolity Theatre one bleak March afternoon during the rehearsal of the new burlesque which was to set the Thames on fire. The speakers were two young ladies of the chorus, but they wore elegant sealskin mantles, and were, attized in the height of fashion. I need go into no details if I explain that the new burlesque at the Frivolity was one of those pieces specially arranged as a vehicle for the lavish display of female charms, and that, talent being a minor consideration in certain roles, the daughters of Bohemia, who were on the best of terms...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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How He Saved a Bank. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 September 1884

How He Saved a Bank. " I saved ar bailk froim bursting: once my.; self," remarkd' as~edy-looking old chap as .he laid down a morning paper, which he had ,perused second-handed. "" "admit I ain't very wealthy now, but years ago, before my troubles come on me, I had large interests in mnanufacturing and banking., I was presi dent of the bank in tiouitown whenh there was a-little panic, afnd people .m.ade' ? run. I went in to seee how, they were getting along, just as the excitement .began, when I foundi they couldn't stand it until the close of ban;king hours'. The;' directors :wanted!to ;suspenid, but I objectid:. I told 'em tbo lea?ve 'it to rme. Happened !it'was pay-day at my shop. i Hustled Jup -tihere ;put ::flea· in dthe engineer's ear, and-inf five minutes `the en gine broke down, ,Themenwere. glad to get, a holiday ibutl wanthed: their: money ;; I; told 'em we didn't iieave the currenciyready but would ;givce 'emj checks on ~ the bank. My clerks made out the clhecks in a hurry...

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