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A Woman's Wit. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 4 October 1884

A?: Woman's Wit. Many. of the first settlers of Illinoisewere rude in speech and rough in manner. Money was scarce with them,; and service was paid for in produce. Governor B- used to il lustrate.these incidents of frontier life by the following anecdotb?' . * One day there came to his office a young man; accompanied,by a young woman. " Be you the Squire ?" asked the manly youth. "'Yes; sir."' ",Can you tie the knot for us right away!" "Yes, sir." "How much do you chargei "One: dollar is the' legal fee, sir." : Will you take yotir fet in lisfawax p" " Yes, if. you can't pay cash.!'.' "' Well, go ahead and tie the knot, and I'll fetch in the wax," '' No," said the Squire, thinking there was a good'chance for a little' funi; "bring in the beeswax first, 'and then I'll marry you."' Reluctantly the youth went out to where was hitched; the horse upon which, Darby and Joan fashion,l they had ridden, and brought the wax in a'''sack. ' On being weighed, its value was found to be only 60 cen...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Went to hear Talmage. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 4 October 1884

Went to hear Talmage. The; Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage delivered a lecture in Little Rock some time ago to one of the largest audiences that ever as sembled in the State. Old Tom Blahorn, who lives over in the " cut-off district," and who was in the city during the visit of John L. Sullivan, entered the Opera House, expecting to see "some mighty fine knockin'." Before the lecturer arose, old Tom remarked to a gentleman who stood near, "'I'll be dinged if I'd like for him to hit me. " Theee is no 'danger of his striking you," replied the gentleman. " No, you are mighty confed thar ain't. A thousand dollars is er heap o' money, an' I'd like to take that amount home with me, but fifteen hundred wouldn't peisuade mie to stand up in front o'liis mauls."'' ,The Reverend Mr., Kennedy arose and gracefully introduced the lecturer. Old Tom, after listening'a moment, shook his head, and, as Mr. Talmage, with one of his characteris tic' gestures, squared himself, twisted himself, threw back his head...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Alarm of Poison. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 4 October 1884

The Alarm of Poison. Kemble, in the zenith of his fame, played Hamlet :at Newcastle, when Bensley, who was the leading actor of that company, had the.honor tobe cast for the Ghost. Kemble's high popularity made him, of course, a vast attraction in a country theatre; and "Bensley was much annoyed at having to second the greatness of such an artist. ' Accordingly, he studied the part of the Ghost, having got but short notice, in great tribulation, almost up to the hour. of performance; 'amazingly tormented by. an apprehension that the affair would, in some way or other, injure his repu tation. When the time came for. dressing, Bensley's fears were not :abated. He put on .the Ghost's leather armour, which fitted him ,horribly,; swearing ;by turns at the Ghost, the armour,. and the manager; and all the while, at intervals,, repeating frag menits from his part, as to his accuracy even ii the text of which he .was by no means entirely satisfied. At length the curtain, rang up, and it occu...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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MECHANICS INSTITUTE AND PUBLIC LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 4 October 1884

':MECHANICS' INSTITUTE SND DPUBLIC LIBR7?A{ . There wasaL Sre'a fdt n c qf the coin i :mnitt6cei at pcial rNetien.,n1ecAn JTuesd??, east ,tocd6nsidera, i cmmilliniitidlifft'?ni the departmdn't statirigntatiDi:'ni idandwsione b the stueestr; It iWRS' decicd:atilhats special miieetincr shouild :beicaillediwhenthe secret- i, received:,an aniswei. ,fo thoedolnhfittica tiboiti 1befriciwarded :iireference to: tlicm'nidtter r1Ob jectiont wans mde' ore iaccoiepintfhtd6itorw'i not being :opened;from'rthe readingrobomiinto rthehlibratry in: hcordaitcei with a? ,resoliutint passed3 at: a previous meetin g,'1ittfiet:hkirhh uman ruled that: the mnceting i?h raiclle#l to consider i.the trustee b ~iness oriry:'tithere-' fore 6thei niatteis Wreremnot discusSccin inb c aimittee. Y' wi e :t ` ,ai'l .Ahhi:r

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Mr Fraser's Lecture. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 4 October 1884

IFrase ; ,L turecrir, xU31º ' Mkr :Fir er; t t tf llu. l:\id 1 1 tkletureh 4wih bdh l tII~11 . te'iI li,ou ltltci leI vupi Iiuiii l13;: i;" tr sut ~fl~p~af~i thc~no dsy i the ] :iicce 1stary iivgt li:+ ` sieIt O.s1Iu; ld k t fl'le TIays t i t uce y~ thirlf iy h i 1" liibilkivliusf Iuft~? t~I~hitiial~ 1Id

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Dose of his own Medicine. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 4 October 1884

A Dose of his own' Medicine. Just as Tom Mer'rywas hanging up his office coatlast Wednesday, this- note was handed to him :- MY DEAR TOM: As I was economically cleaning your office coat this morning, 'with a cheap solution, .of castile soap'and 'anmonia, in order to prevent the necessity, which you were deploring, of immediately purchasing another, as the failure of the Orienital Bank had temporarily minconvenienced you, I discovered in the pocket an acceptance to a little spread at Gunler's Cafe this evening;. What is saice'for the gander is sauce for the goose. Don't lie awake waiting for me, if you get home first, as I have a latch .key in my pocket.. -Your loving wife, DAISY.; No one had ever seen. Tom Merry's jaw drop sol-0w,: except' his 'wife. -He always wore it low at home. But he is a devil of a fellow abroad, and an immense; favorite. T~ie'dinne-'for him-=lid not come off. Five minutes before he received the letter Tom did not expect to strike home till somewhere in theino...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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A Skilful Surgical Operation. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 4 October 1884

A Skilful Surgical Operation. The Ameienu .Ambassador at Vienna. Mr Bilentan oiii g uqe f a rew irk,?' ble suric kl oeitron, Iatey plerformned lhf Pro fessor Briotitof Vrieina, whih, ionderful to 4et11 istul::6 i hbinithe r amoval ofa portion ithe ,hU'ima tolacilh, involvingnearly one tih f the ora and, stiange to say, the panent?iecoveied the only successfulope ration. of:' t ihkiend, ever performed. The dhsease For whih .this operation was per formed ?,??s c'incer of the stomach, attended withth e fllowingsymptom-s 'lie .ippetite is r..nte noor hereis a pecuar indescrib ble dsts sith intmach, a feeling that hids beendeSfcri? edi ibetis j: faint " all gone" sensitioili:' si?ticky hlime collects about the teeth, especially in the morning, accompa nied brlifiniunpleasnt tsite. Food fails to. satisfy tiins:pe?uliiir faiuit sensation; but, on the. confirry: it iptpenisr to aggravate the feeling.9he eves ' nl sunken, tinged with yellow\ tl~ li'td it id feet becomes cold and stic , M'iol...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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WISE FOLLY [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 4 October 1884

I liii rnt WISE 1! --:1+' tut oils, in Sfe: wats contnluael to licr:bal h su'hr b t u qCompit ciation f ylint: :tndot r o .i4I;Cel:l· S ni t i vii t l' Ci o ' ,aI l 't~mlll 11 f toi tiitC III U fit , r i -untblia .go I..z« .m jfl AtriCiitllairlwsdyo : flittvf, ot ii, uncj I thiro pl; Z i~vi hii.~ bn uOi~l oliue uori. 1's 1tncd. it, jhns my1 ý 1y ..ý 1, la. lit. +i il on 'i. d bo tles ci M cr .:DtiofAi, tc, ,' " i;. ihic;.r7"'. s:: 1i? .tl''ý R:ttd'7 Ii VI'iij 'Xi Pi'e~umptuious~mortal pesnine. uot God to . di3 '5m I~Il :.' ;, i ;i'r 'mil tf i .:' t7I h')i F ift j'1 ouIo~ iz 'OAT)''Cleo siftti iats, `"See' Y. i roahchsjldics aitt s; rcd~bmig4 abe imintit4 ,skmnuks t ck.'ratbbits ""t)lmims:? 0 Drnoagmts'?x id Moses,' Muss'& (o. Sydney .Gdoem alI'tAii6Iit ;Th 41 fhlieupropei stfud of mlliiikiA is1.iLa'a = -` I ··;·- ·=PB ';- ick1 'o ,cu n all anul!oyuw :itS B cs"l;.r Kdl uu' Disease;. lm ii"sts ioses' Mss & 'to ey, qeaeri t Agcnts x Mllcvolocon lis. in my Heart. u no my...

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A Trying Piece. SOMETHING FOR SPELLING AND PRONUNCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 4 October 1884

A Trying, Piece. . .,.SOMETHING OBR SPELLING AND PRoNUNCIATION. The'following affecting tale is commended to all who wish to test their ability in spell. ing and -pronunciation. It is the produc tion of a friend of ours. .Some might think he was laboring under a spell, -and pronounce him insane, but we assure them that there is no ground for, any such suspicion : S ' ROLAND AND' DIANA. Roland and Diana .were lovers. Diana was ephemeral but comely, hypochondriacal bhut not lugubrious, didactic but not dis honest, nor given to' ribald or truculent grimaces. Her pedal extremities were, perhaps, a trifle too large for playing organ pedals successfully, but her heart was not at all adamantine, and her address was peremptory without being diffuse. Roland, on the other hand, was of a saturnine coun tenance, at once splenetic and combative in disposition, so that his wassails and orgies were almost maniacal in their effects. He was a telegrapher by profession, having re ceived a diploma fro...

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A FLANNEL PETTICOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 4 October 1884

:A 'FLANNEL PETTICOAT. An old worn-out flannel petticoat! The merest trifle lent upon it-just a few coppers. The date on the ticket shows that it was on the coldest day of last winter that some wretched creature parted with it-came shivering through the raw, biting air, with this, almost her last garment, to change it for a crust to eat. The snow lay thick on the streets of Lon don town that cruel winter day, the keen east wind seized belated way farers by the throat, and the faces of the healthy, well fed folks were blue, and their teeth chattered as, comfortably clad, they hurried along. But they thought thankfully of the snug home and cheery fire that would greet them at their journey's end, and only walked faster and drew their comforters more tightly round them. Down in Balder's-gardens-gardens where the weeds grow rankest, and flowers there are none-gardens where the fotlest filth lies thick and disease in its myriad forms blos soms luxuriantly in the fattening soil-down in Ba...

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He was no Coward. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 4 October 1884

He was no Coward. The evidence was closed; the few words that 'the' prisoner had to say-he had de clined the aid of counsel-had been listened to; the Judge.Advocate's earnest and rather harsh summing up was concluded; and -the court was cleared for consultation.:, It was the first court-martial I had served on, and the duty assigned it was. far from agreeable. A young second lieutenant, in a slight skirmish a few days before-it was his-first 'experience under fire--had become panic stricken, and was arrested in the act of flying from his post. I shall never forget the poor fellow's looks when marched in, under a corporal's guard, to be arraigned on what, in a soldier's es timation, is the most terrible of all charges -cowardice in the face of the enemy. He was a mere stripling in appearance. His handsome boyish face, every line of, it expressive of the keenest sensibility, was deathly pale, and bore traces, of recent and acute mental suffering. At the president's order he rose to he...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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More New Arithmetic. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 4 October 1884

More New Arithmetic. A bank has. £71,420 in.its vaults., The cashier gets away 'with" £60,382, and the bank settles with him for two-thirds. How much is the bank ahead, and what will the poor cashier do if next winter happens to be a hard one. *A printer took forty-eight minutes in lighting his pipe; fifty-five minutes in tell ing stories ; twenty-two minutes in watching a kitchen girl; thirty-six miniites in binding up a sore linger; and quits work nine minutes before 6. How much, time did he best his employer out of, and how long will it take him to work himself to death ? A boy who is sent on an errand stops to watch three dogs, plays marbles with four boys, and sits on a lumber pile' for fifteen minutes to help another boy learn to smoke, What did he get when he 'got home, and how long did it take him to make his mother believe that hle had come in two miin* utes ahead of chain lightning? :, A certain grocer, whese scales only weigh fifteen ounces to the pound, sells'320 pounds ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 4 October 1884

Any description of General Printing executed in First-class Style with :0 3 Quick Despatch, and for Moderate Price, atthe Office of n the v Detmnent every eot a to s customers-pecal nducementhis Newspaper. ad oW i4, : In the Advertising Department every effort is made to, satisfy customers-special Inducements Tor" Large Advertisements;: and'Lwgoaioee l

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Mr. Mardigras O'Malley. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 4 October 1884

MIr. Mardigras O'Malley. Mardigras O'Malley, the foreman of the night-shift in the Golden Goose Mine, was a great practical joker. He was passion. ately fond of little April Fool surprises and sells and gags and guys by which he could make some one feel silly, and then join in the laugh with much merriment. He was the kind of a man to pull your chair away while you made a response to a toast, and then he would ripple forth into merry. laughter when you drove your spine uinto; the floor and pulled the table-cloth, with. £970 worth of Mumm's Extra Dry and cut glass, into your lap. Mardigras O'Malley worked nights,..and. thought of deviltry day-times. He worked twelve hours, and his mental relaxation during the other twelve was to ponder on, some scheme by which he. could indiice a warm personal friend to swallow a can of what he called " consecrated ley" or " joint powder," or break his neck for the enjoy. ment of the careless throng. We had one gosling named Harrison. He worked night...

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Finance in Courtship. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 4 October 1884

1 Finance in Oourtship. ,My courage strengthened as I gazed: ; The words came rushing to my lips; .' SThe old,.old tale of love was told; , She glanced down at her finger-tips.` . And' then she spoke in accents low, ' While blushes red suffused her cheek,; " It may be wrong for me to ask, But how much do you get a week??" . "??i?

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 4 October 1884

; :I. " r;ijAmuseiments.?n? ucid Lrri'; . 1ORE STER SI' 72 ITAT i ?.' cenihf: ONDAY, 6thOctoberl'8] S:,,' ,At 730 a{ri' ;l ' n iis P iROF2SSOR I-" lirtý SR' S M': :::Most PopulariLe?nt.i ' ?;i 'HO O TO REAiDT OMEUN ".IKE, IPE 1''Platfo Descriiiti '" :iAdmissimon Is, u0Kldro ,6 G FUN IN = YLj ANd,PL? 'AND " , FO' ND S!;ý*tE., ::: Tenders. : ^ OROUGH OF QUEE\TSCLIFFE. :TENDERS will be received at. theoffice up to 6:p.m. on-Monri? i tdi iy6ti tinst-ant For purchase of tiinciiidid wattle barkin the public gardens. s~luch tim)er to be selectceh by the Publi. WorksCommiinittee.. The highest or :ny ;teinder riot necessarily accepted. By order, ,R. JORDAN, Town Clcrk. ' 3rd October, 1884:: B OROUGH :OF UEENSOLIFFE.< TENDERS will .be:;eceivcd up to, 6 p.ni. on Moinday, the. Ith: initn't For clearing, . awav th '.K:iin.aroo Plant from the streets anid reseervesof the townthii, under direction of the Public Works Com-. mittee., : . ,-° ' ! The lowest or. y? tender not necessarily. a...

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CAN'T PREACH GOOD [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 4 October 1884

SCANT PREACH. GoOD-Nil~ I 1 '-; h1ýo!?. good joli' of oiJdk, lrac, 'igodeih orai ,tP Sa Iiwsuit well] doctor apiahti itc ~i article Mwlie iihcfceh nimsisbhl 'ldiuill ithli slugrisli,.li raiand ' ls'uttii iiril'e andi'nbie shliould niake thle attciiit ini solid &iunditiod when it can be so easily a'rnd'clTlei1 rmov 1 by i littlieHop0Bitteig: "ibok for

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 4 October 1884

qx W SHAW, Se-street Geeloncr 1 ow gion 'anad a 1rbe asoalhent of . a -of - TEA, ... .'..,DINNER' DESSPRT; AND' ;r. s" Ei ,r:«.TO ~S ET: ·SE cnTICESS; ,. z i ? ·~~kR rft~ Ie~l11 Nte -'' is'; iyli over fýýq it forparj~i ile ozzl r s, rý] v.: rI lift s. Draper, Outfittr, i, ;a S Iii ,o ' Aid di Gibcdfi i'ii ti i l~-Winne!and.Spirit Mterchant ,ir." o i-i- i 5;',E',.'IE S;S!=E, Srfl' RE:.,ET S, THESHiI '.d "i A handpind as ti stok has be1e are rhaed - r' n r '- _ ` 7 r ud..1:" .1 for ' is i .'h j'ric' e p rrtoiu o?' I . - ; . . , e,.; . , ,? : i nr .11 , , . ,a . : i !, A ,et the Corneiof : . Ap4 entirely fresh sup'thedy osf ,ols.a hnnd;?r'inn r is the stock has beten pinchsed ',," IMP ,TRT , !OF '" odd'': n ".i D Elc ERi / of eRIPTI0'1iFy ;0 {., S"-v ", 1 IU AL.Al ?•. li i : , :B l.ue lesgofrea frone:i oneumgen- asa,' TPo:.b?: e. ctel'a ndiars oft allhebestlralt ',l .ilk Sh pplieg Supld ni ' i rl lt) .1 r m ,' it,', l 1 , . 'ri ra 1 ef.:,m "--ri- i Rcpudntsaiifd E V I~itoish-f. IiTS ' ...

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The bad and worthless. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 4 October 1884

n e u c c ,ii;: nitate~!'~t or it:,;ccunteeIfii"iccl I.-· } uSpCtia1 tu e of hfam4 j f inY nli e:ii a i Utl l l' is iositti i1'On't~i1 ti yi :i ; s tnt c " n'stitCotndi~widhe1 a ;t wholeaJ gi ý ittfl1 fid l ii ly LA ry W ylic'yiii ton i ýtducc df1i.' InI'lliljs to u1 A sud r ieL~disl o dfirters;.un' mai~h~ ti )1O·.t C&~trs~ 111Ay~~o C 'spiiictcr~l with the o U'itlfc nUit N(Yw ti"untrcs oicii'i hophs otandthW.'i eoic' uterf ciL''tti PA t; ` ' odi~tllintýiuzI7: 11ttiijý:bfl t::ý ý> fittA t ~d'~tl stliii ltitýýLiliirlsiln tl'r 1ei 1 ý id Espy m !corý 'tcil'aiý i! ·i uc;lc il Yt~oýs ývfiý t'ie tlýýý[lL:+ayF tdinllcnn ' Klij'opilt Mtdirbcli Zve .t s-&c11s lilop Bitte "Sps all its';p;aLc}ýlc sr -,oIi n me tjs niltl eil f lcil'lll tib; 4ili flS ýli`'t oi to rl `ý cptar :1b`1 i l ··r11jliyt ? ý ,.c p. o luun E

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The Sentinel. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 4 October 1884

l t l ii W h Iiii:nE are some chi?o ithos ilihiar'e mrimi',honored ii'i li,"beistic i h iiam thie I_11t lll[ lGuor LI'i $l ls~llsH fO.:r iuktlllhIel 01'? ,'llr Shutters. upl iiccevtr: deatr h talkes:' plae. i-nathe, to.ýýi . :id, idI .l \' lhen a'i c ri' i t 'li,) :i ýbiru L 'gi&(ih e riiu'.ui |i"rii e,,%'\v. lu e . lld ,1iLJ tg,: ta.a1 t)'hi m dw, L:· i.. ui coliscii)Uslys l)unt °U iilati astj:of ricu thittln.' an icc o as to.r:igree a.iithl"tih allif tiiIii look ot ote shutl ers, aRnd thl ssucceil4'o V rin &d'to4 t .' } i 'ov Ii wol i 1ý e :a l., M al ey :,i ious TIThe fiags ni e kep)t ily ing ihaln imast liiglii duli t. . 'si -esd 'vinytlin'ni tlni - slily -cal be done to' make the lto oklfthol lllnis9el sarl oti ias n t a haicrse-like m eruuce. I:. ioor dovierd a iweellpast,'tlmhe to nehas'looked anytliligi:buht'dheeid'dIul 110111I'n lidbt, 1iii.h uonalttO flyin in a-a i, ,,.. .1 , pu,,.i Alagg (149499.i·ý13t ,1;J oflaiags'hit'mast does notg.live the pas gtiieri'...

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