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Third Edition a Penny. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 September 1884

T Third Editidli' Penniy , The editor 'of 'a' certain evening aper, within a !hunidred miles of ?ilbourne; hasa mania for: issiing isecond;tthirri,anid up' tO; fifths editions if there is theileast scrap:of : . news to sseerve as an excuse for'so doing. If.. it. is only'a dog'fight 'r a'drunkeii' cabby it w11 do. One evening everything was as dull' as a religiousripaper, bift the ruiling passion had to: be gratified, and it cropped?out as fol flows::r-".We issue? a third edition`to report that :nothing of vital interest has transpired! since the .publication of our last issue. If there had been we shouldhave been the firste to inforrt the :public of it. I If it become.s necessary to, publish 'a fourth :edition? ourn ' patrons. may rest assured we shall da so at;' any trouble and : cost =to. ourselves.' ' : won't vouch for the truth of tha above story, but, like: the lady who expected tains,'and? only presented hex lord. withone, it i within an ace of it,

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Having the Last Word. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 September 1884

Having the-Last Word. Two .actresses were' at loggbrieads;hsuch a thing doeshapplennow and! ;againi iAAftir a lengthy, altercation, in which,the fair op ponents had well-iigh exhaistedrhe - vo-th cabulary of injrious epithets tlie' elder: of the- two ladies, ,aso-c'lled jeiue; zre6e,' `bestowed on; her. ,fellow-actress the ;titll "''silly goose i '.' The lattere, a mischievous u little soulbette, made no reply, but'. turned to go' away:. The other ladis of thlie corn pany; were greatly isur prise iaati the suigden silence of, the :ready-tongued soubrette, an d inquired; the reason.., The little woman then, . turned raound again and said with a. sneer Ri , ,'I am too well-bed 'toh'ut the feelings of a person :who-is old enough to be iy motier' !" The sudden. paleness: of ithe ,jeune prIemiere~ 'andthe malicious tittering of thebystande'rzsy i proved that the shaft had struckho me

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Priest's Wife. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 September 1884

In Russia it i's a common modeDof ex4 epressioni tosay?:? As happy' as a priests,, wife.i~_ The reason Why l she' isj t likpli~ is because, her:husband's position depends upon' I iher I ashe dies,,he1 is deposed;,,andibe"-,i comes a mere layman,' and his property is, taken away' from' him and distributed, half ,to.his children iaiid!'half'to' the government.i This: dreadful contingency makesi the Tis-i - 'sian priest careful "to:iget a; healthy wife, if " he 'can, nd' maes him take :extraordinary ,good' care of her after he has secured her., Hewaits uponi her in the miost ablject'way. She :inmust never get hera feet iwet:'and she is' petted and put in hot ,blankets if: she has so much as a- cold in; the head. - It is the- greatest'possible 'good fortune for a girl to marry a priest~iiifiditely be;ttii':thai i.tb lij the wife of. a.noble. w3Out herd (Austrilia)'if ' " the same ncustom ;existed, it would be better.: e tha being thei better half of a Minister;of" ·i the Crown or even a...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE AND PUBLIC LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 September 1884

.o.? g^D.UB IGS I- .B·I ' EI-Y, - spec n;llecoting i thl co itief 3C if)ove was 1etd ii the readingroon on TUesda7y ini t.P resel t aids Sli j.( 'ddiitp ix,. aiiny \Viui.nii, -WallaceerSIeeIif C Tiwye avido jl4;ildges, .luki(i ?;M1'Dolindad, Hodge and doJ.rhifn; seuretw t .vr i s,11, . a n itPI.a, On tlhe mot'ion of, ,Mti'i Oell.)ci.",liy "' .i,-ii '-t,'' t -y- ,V*i / .'.l 'r^'iti?,! "iti b' U .. secollei/ + ? vI . al 0?, O ;Jt??I t ld, hlb:la h.,tlie./C yn ogrtfar rlvLed-!a .wek *t..:I),florI ,usual,!i montlhly coni niittee ,nfletiii? '"1 thfat' %,a .'spedd&ili' lue^ih)'' le ,,,i/ i atra s'.re r tisated t!a tV,thlI't It re.awis i is5:,ildi to'itlhc credit"Ft o the' bild ingi iflt,,ilah'flitatle liBlt '£1 8i3s8',1 n 1".la ]:o fli. geneAa] . fund ]lie.jrdlit wFas 1,3 i, ih I:,aipqon; alqo, ,§tated that '??O10Uiwould prcdablyabe recei'ed fromti t'he GiiC) ti ti "' " " W J'o bdaii i n I ".. l .P I i it 'the .. llo t.Moin sliratig;,io the .liblf;ly,,p fro to_ Ireadingrooii shoul...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TRUE BLUE V PORTARLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 September 1884

S-ATRTUE:i BIumEyiV PORTARLINGTON.'-itl -I'helidahove'clulbs 'meetifoir; the secondid Stime lnBh soý n t #i'tie?ieao, roiý ii oday ^'hen teF ^mei onsraiormae occasion;, th?ired ad.,black. .were ,vic tdrioua, but, playihg-:'aghiiist!fiuch lim'eni: s cLench; Moriiko i Wiia ms'l^ sonpk; *Jkh6n·E: Todd'i ong 'Bor, idasonE .o : ". g;,. there.ill,1a iaitga it tifor: victory. Ih"e sBluesiare requested:t -meefti.oitlfe' x round at2,80., shr. TipeTfell6 ' 1 'i'ii ri aresent te eanms' ' E[ LusL B rkns (2)Fanning Sarrell,; Jackson, aniesoni;' Jorinti, LjeachLon?;:IT apt'4.jaii .(i 2 Slr.o"m i MB Keown i?epben (2),. si Peri., Tiudell, TomlinsonTodd;':Williams. iEinerncics-? lla .aney ~.l'odd, alid1. P. Stevens., I' OITlTII ToTT N " Alie (2),. Calhotin Gblett;,Gubbliisb Higgins r JelyJ Jelise, Lewis, iaingi don (2) ýý1 i ayi ' Maio? Nicko61 Sh'ep STh ftrictr foi siliki4 thelthe Spori gri d! livn'Iid struiKlspledid waiter -at 21 fcei lit T coitraictors li;veito pink 2 feet )belo\w wgier jevel; bu...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. PORTARLINGTON V DRYSDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 September 1884

+ 2:::· ..#: :¸ ·· .* · : i ,G::-' 1:·:1: ·1^ ^ : +: I ? • . . :' :"ethird miiatcdiotli'seaon was played' betweenithse tclbilisolithe Oval -on Satnrday., lastbuit 'tlee gadii was greatly interfired :with-in-consequence of Sthe heavy gale - fromithe N W Thle S ryedale won the toss aid elected! to.kick with theiwind and dtherebhy placed thliem s elvesa at considerable advantage. No't withstanding tlie wiid the local ' auni. Skepjtheit r opponents back and on sei'eralah occasiois:had thein on the defeisie; libut co0ild not score, kickig the, lball ofit of boiinds being freely'ihdndged in by th Poit.- Theyvisitors neverdliadione good shoft for goal .thl whole time. At half inie'the scores stdoodlDE.yaslle be hinds,P' o 4- 3;. ,n resu niliigpjay, te viitors played faiimoe deteiined than'. preyously, but could not'getwi hin'kiclk& in gdiitance 'T??lep Ilay was- ry i fa" s and * " .1 . „ ..... ;.. ;.,'% ? l ?, *.~??, -i l. 4 tHi ( d) ,', rogu; lt times.;i On f.. theml.nt.ean, niiae...

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

id. I ?.1: know. i[· ··n ot ti·ll' ~: ,.tlcn' than' apnuerilii'tis anil ciiiiiit.4 geri: nllvy h e the iname of nir iniI , sl ut tlb isyiten , of oiinpenatial. as ctrried 4 ir% oiiir3le ei el entidrel itin= isilfiB 1itia is a pecies df i i i?ireeieut. on: inII ii,, tlcaulat e ???? nuich per. cnt thel pfit: L ibell 'in l ?l leU tii jority of i istiiics the lrime cost. is tliing ': Tlie i~di'eie:t cliiii: d by+,2the~regurtri Bnnv le~ide ?is a no linr t ie eas ani i i inIreli n i witdy vi c i itEis obtniuied in theiiajoi itvdo iiistiires. a'dds li chnitito Jittlihilsihis i lep$.o Snllet underi gC o.iieniiit;, ne o retifus it · foi thnigy . Is ll ll t ,{ i l tige awtnl niontli a renidid snlritd i ,,iiary lhilIIlll. a tndeg lenutih iet rees a rtitee littleR aallount youhtb i onotony goes on ti li:tha ninlniri e?,~la the toage tof stira, he-nlie s'i ,e t&ti r..die n froni acti.ve. se,.?ve. lu?t strange eto relatey tBle.pooir in ianis ot going to rest. without compensatiln, 'l imeg...

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

• ' 1 :.4 l -? i I . ii A bent, pin on a, chair is anindication! of an early spring., ' ~" , ..,- ..-t - • ,aThis," said. a Collins street dentis, ! is my office." "And th'it? " sa.idtie visiitor, pointing to the apartment wivho stod :th:e tooth-pulling chair., if Ah Il: that,': 'feplied the denitist, "is my drawing-ooom.i'' i Her face is narrow, her head is thick,,: Her tongue keeps up a claickety click SMinds every onies busihess but her own iii ::Is a nuisance abio'ad and a?pestat'honibNcri ."i r Introdude:ie mto' your intenidEd,'! said; i{s friend. :" She is: not my, intended.; she is iiir wife.' " Pshaw i.,You ,cie,r huingi and kissiig her just as thouh you wee ilove "Yes' but weliae i t ben marrid long al Iiforgot that she wias miy wife."M' '2 t ,',The happiestmomerits in a woman s life are when she is making, her ,cddinggarments,: the saiddest,when hehr ihusiiitnd comeshpme lateI atnight and yells toheri ifrom ithe front step, to throi' hinim ouit somie keyliole?,,"as- sorted...

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

Tlie milkman and the dancig' mat1r iye much in 'cohimon-they both i holieve'. in pumps. ., , * : i The; reaso,~ .. get so, little;cream on. our .il?; is,that the cows are holding it back till butter gets deareii . « we fished out a frog from our hialf pint of milk ;the, other morning; and he looked .so blue that he couldn'tihop., Our .milkman says nobody ever. saw.him wateiing his miiilk: W e oiticed thit aiq'dror a blind horse. We close our eraarks by giving; valuible receipt ýor.keeping flies out of the milkl Fill the jug full of salt. :::i ~; 3I6:i:. i :.'i;:

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
He Gave it Best. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 September 1884

,He Gave itiBest; i/? I "' Graindpipa,; do hens ?ke"tieh oai eggs ";H ' Ye s, indeed they do; ',Tm'J''r " An'do they gayls,,pit,.tUhe; yol.c kin. he,, middle 2" '"CCrtainly; ,they do, ;Tommy. ',,, "Au' do they, put the 'tcWrcii'rouid it to kleep. the yaller fromiom ?in? off ?"' Qu.iite hkd?yl,1 my .lboy:' ..?An' who isews th'c~vex '" This stumped' the old;-gentleman, aundihev:, barricaded Tommy's mouthl. .with a o11y;,

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

A b VmtiURigitGifd t" i A broom, with a heavy handle, was sent as a wedding gift to a'bridc;-i'th the following' sentiment,, : t This trifling gift accept from me, , 'I Its use I'drecoiimien`dfl ,' I` In sunshine uselthe. bushy part i :'; , Instorm the other end. -· ?

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
How Much are They. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 September 1884

How Much-are-They. -Two mashers were doing the block in Collins street, 'when a.j you ng!_ wo'airb ' in the country was heard to exclaim," My I surely to goodness s they rnu.t be some new inventions. I never-seed th-m before, Ah l I know now. I heard farmer M'Guffy saying a man in town had taken out a patent for a new sort o' scarecrow., 0lP that the fruit season is comig ion, ai'" shouldn't wonder but what ,those 1things i are them, 'Pand they're out 'for 'exhibition ' I wonder 1ibw much they are." L,

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

Joint Stock Enterprise. A flourishing joint-stock company, which for the simplicity of-its swindling has rarely been exceeded, was wounid up in London. The company consisted of two enterprising gentlemen, who derived their dividends from, the, fine 1impos'ed'upon s oneinember'of the firm on account oflinformation furnished by the other. It appears that the Metro politan Board of Works, grievously troubled with the bad conduct of contractors in al. lowing their men to-shiifitstreet mud into the nearest sewer, had passed a regulation giving two pounds and ten shillings to any informer furnishing such evidence as should lead tod! tle persecution and/conviction'of persons guilty of the,offence. On convic tion the fine has usually been ten shillings. On this simple basis the two petty financiers erected their structure. One of them simply committed the offence, and the other gave the information. The offender was fined ten shillings, while the informer re ceived two,poundsj and tenj shil...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Colonel's Account of it. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 September 1884

SThe Colonel's AccountT of it. The colonel is one of those men who has seen all the sights; been everywher8, known all the celebrities and so can tell a god story about, anything, that comes, up'. R Hei bnly needs a' little jog to make him go off ;,like an alarim clock, he'll go till he runs down. "Why,' yes," he aiswi?rdd' reflectively. "Yes; all these desperadoes`are alike in' many things, and there, are certain charac. teristics; that distinguish, them all. Just: sO,, with Mac Wate'rs 'up in Nebraska city. .You don't imeai tosayn you ever lieard of `ac=; Waters?. Why, he was theiterror dfborder' Nebraska and ,Kansas, a few years ,ago;' Robbed and plundered'the ?whole c country;, but when lie was cornered once aand locked up, no an' could tallk better or more agreeably. t 1. ','I was up at Nebraska city one 'time some years ago and heard hewas in confine ment there, so went in to see him.... He was born 'Andbrouight up about' four lmiles from my !old ;homne,- and I had.knowrinl hi...

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

OUR NATIVE MAGPIE. BY "S ILAS SNELL." The man who; has successfully nursed and' Itended a magpie through its~fleshy,;feather less chickenhood, on to a ;good, healthy, moral .maturity?:may- be proud;'of the job, and,isiprivileged,to. take unto himself all the credit there is lying toiihd: loose,''cause it's a .delicate contract, and one that requires pa tient'h-a iiinli"g. I had read a 10t"if-pretty passable lies about magpies who could talk a book agent out of countenance, and I wanted :i6orear dne of :this kind, a +bird' that wouldh'bena comn panion to me,;and argue with me"'on social and-religious subjects ; iso I -instructed a'raw, unassuming, countryi youthl'=to: -priocure the article. Two days later-he caine' rou'nd. and took-iijpeii&e'for a bird's beak, with a daub of.'life-on one end, and a little, light mous tache grown over it.- The-uncooked youth said that was x young magpie, and I supposed it was; bnt it was a iighty' weak affair, and could do nothing except squea...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
That is the Reason. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 September 1884

That is llhe:R'eaison.' A number of 'gentlemen were disussiing color blindness ' idfront of Phair's hotel, Collins street; last week1 i when oneof 'thehm i entlemen, color. blindness,s .,very.pe-. culiar. iIt only applies to a few colors, among .which' green 'and bluee are tlii most prominent! examples.' .Did yodiever isee '& man jwho could not- tell the differencep be.. tween white and black " : ... Nearly all presenft acknowledged' that they had never klonown'if suich "' ease; but, one man who hadbeen'very quiet throughoutI the .discussion, roused: himself, by.slapping" his knees and remarked ' . . "I lknew of a Qase once, where a man could nfQ',di'tiiguish black? firomwhite.' ' .'-Who!??;i When ?.Where?" 'asked the' others;in chorus..ii , i : "It-was out on the north eastern line. The doctors were considerably puzzled when they'heard of the caise, but/when they ex amined the man they discovered just whai ailed'him."i: ll ; "'What,was it. . , Was lie cQldorblind?" : 'Yes. ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Danger of Writing Original Poetry. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 27 September 1884

Thei Danger of, Writing, i .. , Original ,Poet;ry,, iI A : A'few days "ago, a'student 'ofh' men and' hinges was standing in frdit of the offices of: Tit-Bits. In 1 a,:few moments lhe bhecane aware of the pcrsence of a man "ho'se"?an tier an'd appearance were singnlar. This, personl was tall,- pale' :and hail very; loig hair.. His light-,greeureyes were'ful[l of a wild,.anxious: look, .fhioh was; apparently, i:cased .by, a mingling of fear end hope. He had a bundle tuclked away under his coat. !He sidled upi td the desk with an air of great' hesitationl and +after 'two or.', three effor ti stammered out".> _ }° Ss theeditor.in ?", "I don't' know," was the rely "What's your name" ........ "Oh, that does not matter." ,: ' Y eeiit.,does. Tel me :your name and I'll'seeif .he's upstairs. ... "Well;'Ihave a letter of introduction to ": Give it to me and I'll :eind it up."i; j' · The document;was:handed over, and; a boy! sent upstairs, with. it. :The, anxious man nowy looked more ianixio...

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

Birth: WILKINSON—On the 19th September,                 at Clarens, Burwood, Sydney, the wife of H. Ernest Wilkinson of a son.     DEATHS.             DICKSON—On the 25th September, at her   parents' residence, Gellibrand street, Queens-               cliff, Fanny Margaret, the beloved daughter           of Elizabeth and Thomas Dickson, of H.M. Customs, aged 28 years and 6 months.   The Funeral will take place at half-past   two o'clock p.m. to-morrow (Sunday).           Friends please accept this intimation.  ...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Experience of a New York Detective. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 4 October 1884

Experience of a New York Detective. Down in a street beginning near Broadway and ending at West-street there once stood an establishment where vinegar was supposed to be turned out by the hogshead. : I had often noticed the place, in the course of passing through the street, and had more than i once cast a very searching glance upon the re pulsive countenance of the proprietor, a low- e browed man of middle age, known as Dan a Farrell. "A slippery-looking customer," was my in ward comment, as I gazedupon, the man. ." I d wonder if they don't turn out something else be- J sides vinegar at that place." The more I watched the place the nmore did I o become convinced that it was what is termed a t' private still. Such places are objects' of special' interest to men of my profession, and I became very atten tirve to the place under, the cloud of my sus picions. c One night, late, I observed a waggon coming out of the yard at theside of the establishment t and my :nostrils, very true in t...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Match. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 4 October 1884

No Match. -A maid, ais by the records dothK appear, Whom fifty thousanid sterling made so dear, Unto her wailing lover sternly said: ,. "Forego the weed before we go to wed., . For smoke takes flame; I'llbe.that flame's F bright fanner To have your Anna, give up your Havana." The wretch,.when thus she brought him to the scratch, Lit his'cigar and threw away the match,"

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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