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Jokelets for Jokers. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

,Jokelets for -Jokers. •Wags arem p tea request' at Ihristmas time, but' it is?iW t n gientod'every one the'i 'power to be'waggish. We propose to'come .to the rescue.of suchlpersons with the fol lowing; which they.can: ise as directed, 6r 'in any other.way, if more convenient :- tIn offering your, :tobacco pouch;.to :a friend, remark-" Maiiy happy returns of, the day." If ·e says' "NoA I caniiot smoke returns, it is too hot'; I bniysmok cavenh dish," instantly reply with, "Then :I can accommodate you with a whole half-ounce, ,for Tyve ' cut civendish.' . Cost,'including' pouch, about one shilling and three-pence: Seasonable on.Christmas Day., Sufficienit for two persons. The followng isUitableiblt dinnr, or suppeer :-MWlien 'youri hbost liands'youi your plate, heaped up with roast'beef :or turkey,--say, '-Well;-if-yoiu-cut me like that, I shall certainly come again." Cost your reputation forcommonseiase. Season able at the times mentioned above. Suf ficient for everyb'dy. p ii It Le...

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Editorial Notice. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

I {f Editorial;Notice - Y°Our staffihae all drawn'thrie iionthi' pay it advinc~a:l ndbhl'e tiie ti" live Iith theii friens:'- rWihre Wiitin.ifd?or jsdineb t.slkTii° t ci??6in istby' tltwith hem f6or?a niontli' i t6\.i":nybbody ivisiihng "tbdb ? sb - hess? Witlii siu whilst W&e 'i a??~ay' are i for;med ia hat-e hlayc left two' office: l oys to attniiT' to 'ttheir wants:L. , One is jiust 'e covenni, from. an- attack of small-poxs, and the other has the scarlatiina: °Thei pareits are away for a holiday, and; nbt beini able to look after them;las'k us to .find something to keep them alive.? . i .: : .,

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QUEENSCLIFF BOROUGH [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

IElectoial Distriet-.-Bhrw f.. Ditisi,,il"-- twen, 'liftI Proclainida a b`,roigli, May 18(13 Arei, 2123 'a?re.ý:: Pigl.itilii; 500?.? d: l tpe;s i '- i 1lber1)1 ' 'i*nlmer).. l valii .a ('i? : l ? l?l' e , ti :) trial;s. SiiA md. Aslii .i . k n- <1,,.-s; r-)i n " i.i. k nes ' t . .tFo+il r.r h1 l '." ia.l ' t,, J . -, ?. t .'i.- el D eee. n :"!6.r ' -.:.n . " .£h?rsdav) froit 10namn to-?2 noon , ?(olletiioriStat stics I d tol a Ti(T:"iePull 1'.= 1i ?;l, , u... , :; & -it I Sfis ." i,.?,S i ora Cr,: lr W lvo an' ' ;.. eilitma , Pohlee Odicer,? onstado J d Wallace 2--KIll;.h; ;. hrguuli:hiispeteg'iGe'orge' Oithear. l(jueiltor,ln. Oi tirwoefdi . l: , :JiesCan.? f Wltol:itnagirP,as: 0o. Siý tin'lsdabý frt 12 noill oi-1' troop S .;}ii ,ta:: uC!e!pg y/ 6 1619 .--: ,, i i '. lo.: I ClerkouupM,: siOrer, Iaor -iidtatmon, S affiiaviti, &c.:, .BJoftifdaeron:s1 4 Pmivnsnkn niihedu on ¶b1 hlTslur a Elnctorl-i regisrato tack egistlrcar i tilis SReu: ide ret ilotst. il ;...

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Harqliar [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

" What is it' that you like about that girl?'g askedthe.father; ;' SHe has' noimoney." "My arm," was the brief reply.. .,, . We know' a young' she-potato ,who- made eyes at a spoon 'the other day, anid got awfully mashed in conscideene.' " ' :. i "To, have.the loan of aloverdis .in6t so pleasant as to have,a lover, alone,, 'said a` St. Kilda glil, as she shot a moonbepm a her beau in the Parade. ., , SCampbellfield farmers 'taI'th'eir' hay to MelI ourne in wet; weather.'.' The dampness makes it weigh more, and evyery honest:far mer is anxious to give.full, weight.,.'), The trte use of a porous plaster according to a drig'gist hear the Warirnai idf Hotel, is ".to retain thei bak*iin its propel'pldceand let thepain crawl put through the holes." A Carlton policeman is so vigilafit that he " to01' u'p"' ainohe`rresidlence 'latey. , He equals the thii" Tdrt Melbourinef bobby who bolted a door and afterwaids threw up a ,window.i* ,,! ' T.:.AT , ') n"T At the Clifton Hill :State School exa...

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All at Sea! [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

, i : All at Sea! A A'toady ought to go on the water in a "butter-boat." Funny dogs should club together and charter ai' bark of their' own . :!Adrhirers of Burn~ would natuiilly"S'ecid, if possible, a,'iBrigi of Ayri" for their water trip, Blue Ribbon men should look out for and hire a,',,i ateir-tight 'tjolly.boa't.' -! : . Sea-cooks shouldgo down to the ocean in a "galley." Misers should take a voyage in a'- screw." Betting:.nien shoild;, asa i"matter of Scoiurse,''. stick to: "-wagerB'iboatsi -?? Country doctors would most likely prefer a "gig., , ,:aeibers of:Prliament''ouild be mo???t home in a " house "-boat Cricketers would do well; td:ldok up that "' sheer hulk '~'in, which " poor Tom ';.ofthe ballad ke~lt uip his "'Bowinh ' County-court bailiffs should take marine exercise in a 'bum-boat."' , : ? r. " Coiners" would instinctively take pas. sage in a " clipper:" Tailors, we need scarcely add, should never think offundertakiii a i?autical excur sion Witho.ut their 'Icutter."...

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The Praise of Idleness. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

The Praise of Idleness. Aim Maillart, the eminent composer, who died during the siege of ,Paris,,,was asked, when a schoolboy, to write a French theme on the:", Paise of Idleness," along with thei 'other members ofhis class. On the day ap-. pointed the compositioiis weref handed in. But one was imissing;`: it was Maillart's. ,I.1Monsieur,',said the professor; "?you'haven't given in yours.". "'!Here it is," replied the p?upil,' and,;l'eavmg his place, he laid a roll of paperron; the masters's stable;And returned) to his seat. The teacher opened roll, turned` over the leaves-n'othing but blank pages fronimbeginnmingto end. Enraged, he called. out to Maillart, "IsIthis intended as an in. sult 7" .No, sii, 'U meekly replied Aim6 Maillart, "' only I thought, the best.-reconi 'imendation of. idleness would be to write' nothing a all I'' : ' ".

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Napoleon I. and the Letter M. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

Napoleon I. and the Lette? IM. In thl' histoiryof 'Naoleonand his sur roundings theiletter.M plays an important, part. Marbeuf .was the first.to recognise the genius i of :thiefirst NapoleonA when still a pupil at a military school. Marengo was' the first greatbattle.of General Bonaparte, and Melas .cleared out 'of Italy at his ap proach'' Mortier was his faitlifiil leader; Moreau betrayed him ; Murat 'was his first, martyr; "Marie;Louise his partner, when at' tie summit of his .fame; ;Moscow his ruin. Metternich defeated him in the field of dip. lomacy. The einames of f/six' field marshals and twe~ity'-ix' enerals of "division under Napoleon II. began with M. His first battle was at Montenotte, his' last at Mont St.; Jean; besides,' he won the:battle of''Mille sino, Mondoir, Marengo, 'the' Moscowa," Montinirail and the:Montepeau. 'Milan was the 'first :and Mosoow '?the; last 'hostile" city whichhlie entered as a victor.' On the island of St. Helena, Montholon and his 'first valet M...

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Failed and Succeeded. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

. Fa : iled and Succeeded. Men admit that no man is equally great in all things. Yet they often do not see that a man's failure in one line of work is no reason'why-he imay not succe ed in-a different calling. An incident which occurred some years ago in a London linen house illustrates this blindness. A young man, whose blunt.. ness wasl such that' he -was of; no use as a salesman, was told that he did not suit and must go. Seeking the head of the house, the youth said- ".Don't turn me away. -'FI'm good for something.", Yu" are good for nothiigs a salesman," replied the principal. "Iam sure I can be useful," continued the youth. "How? Tell me how ?" " I don't: know; sir.' I don't know." .'"Ndrodo: I,; s&id the pirificipal, laughing at the' boy's eagerness and ignorance. "Don't put me away," -.continued' the youth. "Try me at something else. I? linow -I can imake myself useful somehow. I know I can." -~,, Moved by his earnestness, ,the, principal placed him in the' counting-...

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Another Entangled Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

AindtheriEntangfea ,e. aMudge had been presented with a gold. Seadedcane,,.andthe same week appatent plgi-liSlhngand sausage.;fakingnachine had been t ledin the place,of )which:;he; was piastt hTLje writer ofi a: report of ;the ?pre ,entation and ;. a description ;of- thenew macime sent his copy to the.printer, ,and the ,incopsiderate, ,Caxtoniana*who made up tpeformes of i1the, paper got;Pthtwo. Jlocals mixed ip i,in; such.a frightfulmanner,.: that whien he vent ,topress something -like; this waSuthe ppalliog:result':; !;S'teyertalof :the Rev. Dr.. 1?udge s friends called upon him yesterday, and, afterl abrief, conversation, the unsuspicious pig was:seized.by1,the hiid legs; and slid. upoir a beamuntil he reached the hothiater'tank; ldis,-friends iexplained the object of ttheir visit, and presented him with a very. handsomiegold.headeda butcher, w,,ho g?abb.edj im; by; the utail; : swung;him' round, slit iphis throat ,from-ear to ear, andin; less than aiminute the:i crcase,wasiditt...

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SIR MOSES MONTEFIORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

SIR MOSES MONTEFIORE.. 1IIE MOSES MONTEFIORE, Bart., is the son of the late Joseph MIonteflore, Esq. He' was born on the 24th October, 1784, served the office of Sheriff of London in 1837, and was knighted. on the? visit of Her Majesty to the Guildhall on the 9th November of that .year. He has been'High Sheriff of Kent, and was made a baronet in 1846. He undertook a mission to the East, about 1840, to secure certain rights for his Jewish brethren at Damascus. In 1864 the Court of Common JOY f aý ým'.cr 4. Council passed a vote of thanks to him "for signal services rendered by.him by missions to various coluntries for the relief of persons op pressed for their religious convictions." He successfully undertoook a mission in 1867 to Roumninia in favor of :oppriessed Jews. The ninety-niuth birthday of Sir ?Ios s Montefiore was celebrated in 1888, at Ramsgate, by, great: 'public demonstratiois:

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Must Pay Up. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

iusc Pay Up. "I will give you a pair of gloves and treat you to ' Estrella,' if you can think of nothing for five minutes, and still he awa&ke, said he. " Done," she said, chortled. Five minutes elapsed. "I've won tlie gloves, and you'll have to take me to see that funny doge," shecried. "H?iw did-you manageto thjnk of.iothing for the space of five minutes?" he asked,: eagerly. " My own bonnie boy,'I fastened my mind firmly on your moustache, and kept it there all the time." The committee'of the Victorian rooms have ordered the young man.to pay up,

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GENERAL CHAS. GEO. GORDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

'GENERAL CHIAS. GEO.' GORDON. ENERAL CHARLES GEORGE GOR. DON, C.B., R.E., was born at Wool J wich on the 28th of January, 1833. He entered the Royal Engineers in 1852, and served in the Crimea from December, 1851, to May, 1856. In 1860 he was ordered'tb China, and was present at the attack on Pekin and the sack of the Summer Palace. Entering the service of the Emperor of China, he was ap. pointed in March, 1863, commander of the "Ever Victorious Army," and was mainly in strumental in suppressing the forminldabie Tai ,Ping rebellion in tht iand the fo:''owug years. He was British Vice-Consul of the delta of the Danube from 1871 to 1873. Subsequently he was created a Pasha, and in February, 1877, the Khedive appointed him Governor of the whole of the Soudan. In July, 1879, he left the Sou dan after the deposition of the Khedive Ismail, buit returned to the scene of his former labors in the beginnining of 1881. His fortunes have since been followed with intense interest.

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M. LOUIS PASTEUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

M. LOUIS PASTEUR. SouIs PASTEUE , the celebrted French chemist, who in May, 1884, was an ,nounced as having discovered, an in fallible 'cure for hydrophobian was born at D6le, Jura, on the 27th December, 1822. He early showed ability for scientific piu'snits,,nud was appointed Professor of Physic at the Faculty of Sciences, Strasburg, in 1848. In 1857 he came to Paris to take the scientific di rection of the Ecole Normale. In December, 1862, he was elected member of the Academy of Scioi:ces. The R~oyal Society of ;'London awarded to him in 1836 the Rumford medal for his researches relative to the polarisation of light, and the Copley medal in 1874. In S16She obtained a prize of 10,000 florins from the Minister of Agricnlture of Austria for the dis covery of the best means of combating the disease in silkworms, and he has since made valuable discoveries in the prevention of various 'diseases in cattle.

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Our New Chum Again. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

Our New Chum Again. Yes, he is a new chum. We spotted him at once: We watched him enter our hotel with fiendish glee, and we chuckled to think of the fun 'in' store. We smiledd as, he ad vaniced to the manager and with a mixture of nervousiess and swvagger asked for a bed. We smiled at his 'chubby countenance as he sweetly blushed the while. Let us watch him as he comes forward with .,his,almost mihcinig 'and grotesquely ýdignified gait something between a kangaroo and an elephant. Poor fellow I Those tight boots of Regent street manufacture force him to walk on his toes. Then the' eyeglaliss-how distinguiz! (if, only 'they would not 'keep falling off at critical moments). 'But above all - we mean this literally as well as figuratively, for there is nothing but. a vacuum above his neck 1--above all, mark his collar. Al I your Englishman knowvs the value of a" collar.: Three inches high arid no less. What matter if hecannot turn his head; he hbas got the latest collar and that's suff...

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It is Said. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

(?iThat ithe biurglar?who got '"Over & the garden- wall ". said,: though he' didn't kibow much. about ships, ,he thought the: witch dog's honest bark. (barque)'was a cutter or a clipper. T hat -a boy: can, become a peer, but "a pier can never become a buoy. That the best. 'cricketer, • though 'able to catch a ball, might'find it difficult to catch a train.' ; That a.circle is not always round, nor a strait straight That a " High} Churchiclergyman " is)not always a tall curate. , I That the naked truth is better than,:a covert (covered), lie.!' , . That a gentleman, on. .askinig his Irish. serivanit Hoioi .the, thermometer :; was ? " one -morning, he' was told " it had fallen.". "Where to ?".said his master;, meaning to what degree. " It's fallen down stairs sir," wvas tle reply. That a schoolboy. being asked the position of Austaalia replied "iIn the water !" That i lady, being told that. "Parliament .was going:to. be prorogued," sympathetically replied, "ihat she was so sor...

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Serenading a Composer. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 17 January 1885

Serenading a Composer. A few days after the fiist performance of "Blaise et Duvet," in which occurs the charming air "'Lizzie sings amid the Flowers," a party of fast young fellows went in the night to the house of Mlouvel, the composer of the opera, arid shouted his name at the top of their voices. At-last he ap peared at the window, and his nocturnal visi tors asked him to be kind enough to infdrm them what it was Lizzie sang amid the flowers. " Wait a moment," reDlied Mouvel. I willJtell.you." He soon returned with a jUgful of waiter, which he:eniptied over their heads, saying; '"The rain, it raineth every day)l"'. . 4.

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Important Telegrams. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 24 January 1885

* ' ..... ; ,- " ""o"tant 'T el-g" s I ' '" ; * *rodtiklr eur'i u-Mers. La ngry. has changed the-style"ofwe"aringm herhair. ' New York Letter.-Mr 'Langtry,'as corn. phletelalteredtiestylelf fer hair." ... Felletoniste.--Mrs.Langtry ng w 'combis" her' hair on the top of her head.-, ,, PrivadeIter.-Youi oughl t to see)Mrs. Langtr'with her hair high. She looks strange but a ndsomer than ever; Fashion ItemT.'-The "pug" fias gone out siDce Mrs; Langtry abandoned.it.; Dratoatc CriKt c rs. Langtry now dresses h'er.hair ,i round 3wad oan the crown of hei headC I jnuimore becom. ing than the old 'sy'e Ber acting has im proved. . A,!W tik ie -;: M^*:'-, ' Art Crit/,,-?ii,,additionAtoi other'artistic novelties, thiis onderfutilinity hanchfnged the manner.oQ(EMaringe< ilif 'i : " Facetia.-Australian fanciers will be dis appointed, inliAiih a? 1j'%j will never see the original LUg'tryii"?'ug. : . 'd sen-IPor'raits of Mrs. Langtry with her hair in tle'nif yle now on sale. Finance.-Mrs....

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A Brilliant Account. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 24 January 1885

A .Bsrliaitr Account. TEPARCT RO iAA D?UBLTNA2PER OF 1874. . On Saturday,i.Mrs. Siddons, about whom ialthe world.ia'ik beeni talking, made known ;her.beautifil,' adamanitine,, soft, and lovely charms for the ;first :time at Smock Alley 'Theatre, in, ,the bewitching, melting, all teiful ch'arajter of Isabella. From the re Seated .panegyrics in the impartial London .newspapers: we are taught to expect the sightof a heavenly angel ; but how were we unpernaturaIly surprised at the. most, awful jo~ at beholding a mortal goddeas.p The hue?'was' crowded with huniiidreds m'ore 'tthan'it:could hold.! . ,This extraordinary ;phenomenon ofe tragic excellency ! this astr.?,of Melpomene ,! this coiet of the stage,! this sun of the firma imenit"ofthe'~ii ees'l this moon of the blank v'erse I" thisgqueen of itears I'this empress of .the:.pistol and the, dagger l'.this chaos of Shakespere! this world of weeping clouds I this Juno of commanding aspects I this Terp. sichore of the ,scenes I this Kater...

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My Son-in-Law. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 24 January 1885

t~"`ySon-in-Laaw~i;f. *(*H Who is it woos my daughter long, , t Aid breaks my'restwith imdnight'song ; SAnd as tlievinters slowly roll? :,;.;.'p Burns yards of gas and.tonse?f coal ?, . 'r *i:+>rs~p a'`t -.`w.My son in law. "A i' m et im' , • i f oi . o" i Anad?to:their. cottage!biodyhr liibo .itTakes me al6ng to wash.endm,6ok.? 1wii Ta while- o'elaW, !i 2 roam, Who is it thatfrom day to day t d Borrows my cash, anI thennwaandmean? mctu anlseold g anuy 3 inbfiizin ). c}? u??.9 ?A missonce 1K6iceshas. in-law. . ,tVho lingers- atithe festive cup+ nv n ic While,,lonely, I for him sit up ;. . "IUAdmethm goi-rthie door: Along tht smoothi'?veraiidalh'floor?' in-law. ,,.. 2:. 4itx " Who when he takes a summeritripi ,.l Contrives " o gtve'" mama' the sripb ; . i in.law ....o ;bl ." .:.?;,.,) . , The Chiefo Commlssioner of yhPlice, :has among~ his rep~resentatives at, Binnswick :a poet who adrveritieS his la'si'.idea of inspira tiou ri last SatIurdays s?sse of" ?rt East Bo.rke , iroughs' ...

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An Eventful Walk. [Newspaper Article] — The Queenscliff Sentinel — 24 January 1885

i !An Eventful' Walk. :" borut two years before'the startling re velations res peting the dissecting trade in Edinburgl had placed the legal supply of, ' subjects '. upon, hits, present satisfactory, footing; there occurred to my elder brother, at that tiime a delicate boy of about fourteen, a singular a4dventiure, iivolving iuch a shock to his nerves as, the doctors believed, very, minuch;hastened his death, which occurred' in less than a year after.,. We then resided in a large white house . with 'a:ov of popilars ifn front, close to one of our-'canals' .PWithin a stone's 1"throw of our., hall-door was a lock 'andi a lock.house, and then followed; in' the 'Iiidni'dir''ction,' one of the'l6ngestrnd n?idst solitary levels to 1be met with in the United Kiingdbozi. The canal, at, a pointabout seventy yards from the lock,h. makes, a slight ,deflection. :The cdnsequence is, that neither the lock nor our house is visible from the long, straight level that follows, and which is -closely f...

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