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Took it for an Improver. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 September 1884

: oo6k it for: an Improver. A very pretty, :modest :young woman came shyly into` a well-known isports depot' yesterdays:. Approaching the:shopman, she pointed to a wire mask used to prevent in-,. jury when practising with thd foils, whih: was in the shop-window', and ,with a deini-" blush timidly said: "Please letrme examine that.".. .. . "Certainly,"; beamed the gallant shop man. Then he extricated the mask from among the other goods, while he whispered to a 'it-Bits reporter :who w`as puirchasing two{ or''three' of the latest :improved bi cycles for his eldest children, "One of the young Browns, as I'm a sinner. I thought they had, left town.' The young lady iturned 'the iiask aroind gingerly! in: her daintily gloved hands,; ex amined it critically, and asked with a pert, upward glance : ", Isn't it rather,short ?" " Oh, no-they come in'that size alwa ys;" smiled the bland shopman. "I nevrer saw: oe made' exactly like tbis hefore--newhinvention;f;I: suppose ?' ven tured she. _ '" ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Finance and Romance. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 September 1884

i Finance and. Romance. Our financial manager came into the office the other day, and, with a guilty look on his face, said,' "Thavecome to confess a crime." We looked at .him sternly, and'asked him in what ay. i 1 -'s ,.. , ;He said, " I have embezzled all the profits on'Tit-Bits sined it' issue. : i ,v We: were struck, speechless, but' we man-k aged to gasp out," What have you done with it all 1" He looked furtively at the door, and .then. at our impilacable face, ,ind groaned out,, I spent it on, two, threepenny b'eers at the corner." S" What did you do it for, wretched man ?"l said "we, as we called in one. of our devils, to tgo for a policemanri. "-Well, you see," replied the ghastly cu?i prit, I .discovered a .plan to destroy my happy fireside and wreck;my peace of mind." " that was it ?" we asked, pityingly, for we felt compassion ; for the poor wretch, though we were ruinedjby his dishonesty., ."I discovered a letter ,which; disclosed, a plan of elopement: from': her, home; ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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No Sinecure. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 September 1884

No :Sinecure. • The position of head cook to an Eastern King must be no sineeure;,judging firom the details 'given" by Oriental :travellers.; "The cook employed by King John of :Abyssinia is chosen from, the native priesthood, and takes rank among the greatest dignitaries of the .Court; but, oft .the other haiid,hie 'is bound, on pain "of: death; to 'lead: in' iire proachable life- in every way; and is. never allowed to marry. At the Court of Siam the present head cook is a lady, the sister of the King's physician. Having prepared thc food' destined for the royal table; she seal?Sit up in separate packets and sends it across the river. to the :place, w ylwere it is handed.over to the: King's ", taster," whq e4ts uc?essiyely from all' the dishes,.twerty toa thirty ii' Tuat'y.. It is hardly neaessary to'add! that ' f the post of taster falls'vacact:very frequently.:

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

I· y? e" : e·([e: g,{h· it 11JI .kin· AS ibw, on'hand a~nrge tnwortmenI DINNER, ..DBIsuPRTkNjD ii TOILET SERVICES~ Oi thenewetdigns, fl at eery lowr jrices uew tdcsin ;1: an J 3 0rrrio aii It(0tD Sole agent for the Ncw Wheelerphnd'WiWiit I "te;v'Ti .Nnapkina and ejery i ei'tt : for parties oulire e 3 , s .' .. . . 1 hI.r ."'.r 0 •; A')ýnid Fanmily: Groceri; ^;a Wine and Spirit lere,) antj.? ?co. rijtIL+:; ] S, 'S k;M. ý,;t ;',£,t drlc ,hu Q.,entsclif '''. ''?i It:tit . R 11S IiE'. WV ILL% seuir,, begs, to:tan .n ounce that she, has RsOE.,QPNED ,, i.. '' THE 'S IOP '. r.:, 1I1a;SSE-AND STOKES iE l r An entirely fresh supply of Gpodsipoi hand; aii? as'tll stocdk hias beenl platchased. foi cash, the priceso a quotcd willt gie s incrs, every satisfaction. i,,h iI~ [ GROCERIES of tliEichst'qtA ty HI -M aiid bacon, butternn i "Y, egetabhls fiesh from {11gC e l - - 1 ob 'ccos and cigars ofithe bestbinds Milk siupplied. 7. .. S?stio)qqrefio b ~ ',?Vt d o : Do not foret the address. : - S?or...

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

,.T .r ) infP i 1 IiIwZngrtf ,-:, ,t nu::.. :" i on uJid g ajsu 0 1 31 0*., ; i "in pu Ynih'-i ; u p budj i tl n oit edi j.,w,,;Jr t ai gro.u b.5.c ,;i y!;;rpu a hirC e orolI h OM ju(m sharply;upaw!u;q. P., jwd rA. ý ishoo q ifli r ivc?O inot tell the han;h. -..d ;,t F no ra'io at ad' The ;mischief: it.,nmay briny., hl»;ol ,iv&Igloff mA Tp 'ahik thesick due iihuddcly-. nmfieinq oadi iol d i Be 10.Bidus the.sttferiig.y §. .; * nidvr i iirw l 'rThJi broken slicep c- ,i'. "" : ' '' d T i ,r7 F t rc. i punii , inci a .ed distrit4 1 1'- - " . . -Tihe quiet sluaber unili?m'b'd i. 'J Wi i: ?MIN btlitc iaiati'restlalu64iW owl Ti. ;-'"fSleep is the gift u "f Gi1 . ,, ,,:':,:+t,^ " ' iAudigutly tl'iy lur. .' .. .. 'i

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

,1 . tl * ?"; I " t " 1 ? ? :,ls SATUURDATSEP:VEMBER27;,' :,.,?.° ! t , :l.,£7 ?!:.;,,+ os] O ii' .L ,?,"tj y :i' r',I; , -i"l 11t; .clSeaS?e;ý IS plYeh, en11 ;JUf ee,1 1o0 liig e peritence1lto convincel peojhlde .of lhe ' uniporinnced $fhetilbh'ianrd self pre Sirvation'lior is itfiYU&.snst treh' Uli world ,ifei e oliserantion to ediscover that i. a -feGindthei~odd totin theirn .knowledgei wieali itc.is ?i ofi little orisi'n .avail ". :Forso'e 'i ild ?li?dise ies of a Colt aglous 1mII-d andtl. itauasies fot their preventioii ,hav ,engi:ose?ud the attentioin of tlhe, authorities,;*aiid rthe niiguenits iin fa'or of sopliethin iysi tenatiale i alike genanit o"S W ibt i ia W' dAlefinlii ekthln? ., geis oif any particular diseasenitlhere is a; qiiestýon ~ which ifit not altogether over Tooked,t 1ias. notinet ',.fil thal const t. , . t v?'t UR , ~~ * D-?, ?i .VU t en3ltli.2?'ri ration its tinportnncey otacer d'sei es, thlabt- sitpeirfec saitationir' ,asubject which appears to be r...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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How to Borrow Twenty Pounds. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 September 1884

How 'to Borrow Twenty Pounds. SSowerby, the'actor, who was one of the most cahreless. of mortals, frequently bor. rowed money, and although there vas not a. particle of meanness in his composition, :h'e almost as freqiieritly neglected to retrn:it.: On one occasion, being pressed for twen ty, pounds, he called upon a friend named Montgomery to borrow the sum; but the latter decidedly refused him, arguing that the other, though sufficiently honest, was,a careless fellow, who never heeded the con-' 'sequeinces of breaking his promise toreturn ; and&? that he, Montgomery, had in !conse quence, on one or two occasions, seriously suffered great annoyance. Sowerby pressed his suit with earnestness, but the other was ihflexible.' At'length'Sowerby left the' dud geon, but returned within half an hour, ap. parently indifferent to what had occurred, and· said-- -. ...·- ... --. r..r ...-.-..-- . .. ---.._ "Well, if you'll not advance me any money,1 presume'that you'll not object"ito w...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Didn't Inquire. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 September 1884

iii. Inquire.. " What inade the horse .kick you ?"' they ,asked of,;the gentlemain :w'i hd en senit flying thpough t.h.pft >windoiw of a Bourke street shOp.: ,And he! answered; ." Do you think I was d-d fool enough to go back and inquire9 ..

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

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Reckoned Up. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 September 1884

Reckoned Up. "Do not plug him, papa7?" Gwendolen Mahaffy said these words; quickly, and with an earnestness` that showed how her whole heart was wrapped up in the young man in whose behalf they were spoken. It was a beautiful evening in June-rosy-cheeked June-month of flowers, and song, and gas bills. The, sun, thatI golden-browed monarch of the skies, had I sunk to rest beneath a great bank of snow topped clouds that were piled athwart the western sky, and the few roseatte gleamspf.i swiftly-dying light that still shot up from beneath' the horizon, only served to ;ihten- sify, if possible, the ruddy glory of depart ing day. At the Castle Mahaffy no sound broke the 7.45 o'clock silence--save-the oc- - casional note of an amateur tenor cock roach; beneath the flooring, n'd the low twittering of ..the swallows as. they nestled? ibeneath the eaves, and chirped to each other'a sleepy good-night. - - . " Oscar Redingote was Adelbert Mahaffy's adopted son. Years ago, when Gwendolen was bu...

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Scene : A Sunday School. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 September 1884

Scene : A Sunday School. Teacher-'- Whydid Lot's wife become a pillar of salt ?" ... '.3iggest boy in the class : Becausc the world was in an awful pickle at:the time." (Teacher is too astonished to reply.)

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

S ightly Fagged. .. Erwin was a happy, care-for-nothing Irish man ?the rawv material, with Western steam bh ity'polish. While first irate of a steamer lhe was on watch on the bloiler-deck one cold, dark night, ke'epinga sharp eye todlarboard and starboard, to:preventaccidents. Ajlarge canvas was spread round-the front guards of the boat to shield the pilot-house from 'the blindihg light of .the furnace. After a long and tedious eventless watch the man seated. himself upon the capstan;, his face fronting forward, his back to the furnace, where, shielded from the cold wind by the canvas, he soon fell asleep. Some of the crew saw how-things were, and resolved to give hini a practical lesson on. the impropriety of sleeping at his post.. So they quietly raised the canvas,. turned the :capstan iuntil they' brought him full fronting the furnace, and. then suddenly roused him. Erwin stared, started, ad, jumping to ;his feet?'shouted a?t the top of his voice,. ' Stop her 1i Back hler, ! Here...

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Awfully Mean. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 September 1884

Awfully Mean. "Talk about mean,.fdllows,"'.said a well. ..known ctyrma to ,an acquaintance ; .'! the meanest, conbitlptiblei dogg I everFikne? is Dick Gushl'er ?He got me to pay him three hundred pounds I owed him, and two days afterwards he ruinawavwith myiwife. '" " That was ablow,"said the acquaintance, sympathisingly..' " Yes I it was rough, I tell you.' -It ý took me a loig time't6 get over it. Iwas tiot fit to attend to, business':for weeks., ,I didn'!t mind so miich:about" Maria. I was pretty full of her; but the, meanness oof the low scoundrel .to wait till I'd paid him the three hundred ::before he'sloped with her., If he'd only goie' and left me the three hundred, it might have squared matters'; but io,; lhe was one of those mean, low-spirited cusses that wouldh't let.anybody else have a show. The only thingI ,wonder at ,is that he didn't try and borrow a hundred from me to pay Maria's expenses whilst they ',were having a fly' round! I Believe I shoild 'have, lent it to hi...

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

' An Active Initiation: t:' In one of.the South Australian: Masonic lodges recently, there was ai unusually' active; initiation ceremony.. A- candidate. was beinmg-hutled' through; the. degrees? in the usual grandiloquen style (we 'are-hnot :goirig to reveal'aniy secre~ts)*iiand`aniiiub*' of other candidates were wa itmg-forý inext;" in the ante-room'.irSuddenly there was::a' slamming and smashing.around made, ,that inspired thel ante-roonm~individials with "Graoiouso,"' said odie>' " Howw like 'the old Harryf they` arerattling':.that fellow. about. HoIy .Jerusalemn?,.did : ye hear that ?! They'll ,kill hin'.?n', '- : . "' L ldon't ,know. 'bout this tliii ;"'said'' another ca ndidate, wiping the:cold perspi-, ration from his forehead. "'If Ihadn't got "along :so far, I believe I'd bakbli6ut"" "'' WhackJeslami .-bang lover went a table:or, something in the''" blue-room," and 'inimedi ately the most, distressing groansd proceded' from the "inner of iiners," "By the hokey 'i:"said a...

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

i He was Devoted. It was his vacation, and they were seated under the branches of a great apple-tree, contented with each other's society, and silently communing with nature. His arm had inadvertently found its way about her slender form, and her head had gradually found a resting-place upon his manly, padded shoulder. They were dreaming of the happy days to come, when together they should walk over the varied pathway of life, when she suddenly turned her melting eyes upon him, and half whispered: "-Will you always be contented with my society, Addy?" [His name was Adolphus, and she called him Addy for short.] "Always, darling," he murmured, and the ,pressure about her form increased..-.-.---. " You will never, never grow tiredof me, buntcoinstantlyremain bymy side ? " "Constantly, Angy," he said. [Her name was-Angelina.] "Remember, Addy, dear, we are to,be together for a lifetime. You are sure you would not weary of my presence " " " Sure," he. whispered fervently, as he brushed a ...

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

au Astonishedr Oat. i ,Gautier, the French writer, had a cat which slept on his bed at nights, on the arm of ,his chair: during -the* daytime4followed him. when he walked, and always kept him company at meals. One day a friend left his'green parrot in Gautier's charge during "his absence. The poor bird sat disconsolate oi the top'of his stand, while the catstared° at the strange sight. Gautiderfollowed her. thought, and read there calmly- ?.. , " It must be green chicken." Thereupon she jumped from,this writing table,ý crouched flat, withk head low, back stretched out at full length,1,hid eyes=fixed immovable on the bird. Parrot followed all the inovements, raised his feathers, sharpened his bill, stretched out his claws, and evident ly:prepared for war. The cat lay still, but. Gautier iead agaiin iniher eye?-4s .? ? i / "No doubt, though green, the chicken must be good to eat." " Siddenly her back was arched, and with one, superb bound slie :was on the:perci, when the parrot scream...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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An Amateur Farmer's Spring Poem. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 September 1884

An Amateur Farmer's Spring The yellow ochre blossoms now adorn The tall and stately oaks, .. And from her nest i yonder pumpkin tree The tuneful crocus croaks. *The cauliflower slotly seeks it gloomy Scell, The sun's too warm fornhim; ';':[ ! V i' "And purple daffodils, all mellow-ripe, :: :Hang from each burdened limb. ''The plumage cabbage pipes a merry lay Beside the turtle dove ; - : : r T - a The crow-is warbling in the turnip vine' k H. is melodids of love ' Oh, come, then, lady, come and stroll with SWhere streams of swiinlyfdw, ' 'Neath the umbrageous sweet potato tree :I'1 whisper soft and low. ' , We'll talk of hay and grass, and cows and swine, " And you shall share a p arty , Of countless ,other May-time joys that Sthrill Your farmer-lover's heart?!.q i i

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Gifts for Sports Club Art Union. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 September 1884

Gifts fort Sports Oi.P3 Ai't. ,Iý r 3lIr;i. E:-Cattier ;nn 'receive cru~iet st'wd 1tilndcda'iab'ýis' firom . Hiitchirn'on,' Blc'is a viiudsomc I).Ii1 rof v lse Irofim`iJ':`IIýnn IId .;dohs; L'ar~henivir& Mferch'Iutb; ~. Melboui ne: j['hcse gifts aic -for prizes ini thie bpo irs°'club' rk ";iiEi~hciiio'n. " ''~Ztb;i~~ aAi;~ unionloit*"li

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NEWS AND NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 September 1884

N'E WS 9AN f'DNOTES~ " Sore mon i a -.motion was car e lao l btheebxsl a ne th posts ld fi ear appioach t2 li' jetty, o as to lepti viphcles off nthe,,.f at utt6 iii sunnuIeI" tiurllCj ,his necessary . nprove? ent has.unot et, been? up M(11. MAndei son, ot "ieii ?hillbd74"fE W... rilng'etiteo ?l Oiin t.ienes hayi oring i o bro alnf ,he luf elel als" talenl to1 Di Scot teelon` HoIpithii by the evetin, train , ,acconi i:ele! y Ie, i tt; A l liei u Ithone, atlriedhoe;!lic p ýn al uei seniated huriiiiWedribut'.esday, .henas 'turingn eoi tin ie tolstreet thse a nsue passen.t gers Aiiderson escapeli .tiflti a lsevellie slit iebult ofrtMi pg"ones eil irlihts listhroet : 'i 'su niere was tak n tto eot liOr sei?? rulle ,oiibited filisor, the all eruidiidn b yi.i i Gtl'F illleui":'. 'i onri Mondayi giedta. .muesday,;nof highti lluririg-Weddesdayslie> was :tff~l?.ina ':i we'giiriooaso' ndhether ei' otainmet profiwt Eiblf'e a t il tayt t a fadieofiGe tonh,.li iotin tihe to weet he waringi s ...

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

AN ESSAY:: If the reader kinew the writer of tcllfol IoiingsOsayiitvoul l[be read withilnterest: a? it.no~ struck every;. pcr rso iwFo i''i s, does,nt thi k, (ol chlunusy ome unhlappy folk look as tliey,; striut acrossidroldwdedLroomo stand! ilnsomii e iakc shift 'ould be elegianii postiures, ralg tililling of no conlsequenceto othe s,, merely ,to appear:at.; ase, ,bnti.i plpdiftilly onslou's ttlatthey are fiot makingYthlie bestof :wliiat miitutre as eniidowie them wvith Tlake onefrgin the massreferred to. He has entered' a driawing-room full; of pebple, .the gentle:sexpp eponderates usually,' every chair lhatidn its Ii}ely" i'rdend.... He knows,vuytfew, and though. 'iittypoduced;tooie of the, seited, beautics tries;to, nake himuselfiagreeableli'aughing; •,immeringlatitst8ll ditg5unieail ' the` iyhile. Bi'utthe 'best' i onrs omes to, aiev like te, typical Devonshitre. tlaneiand:he is like ashipt'without a corn: p?as;ifHteering :herae'tand hie; 'dease td ihimself and everybody ' At l...

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